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THE DAILY SEWS,
~ A Bargain.
Re asked me for the choicest gift
'rwM in mr power to give;
"I wold not sav mv lover n?y.
And so I bade bim live
Within my heart.
O, loving oeart I
Thy suth on rai'b ??' stayed;
On beaded kaw, he promised me
A price-he has not paid 1
Se pledged hie honor, ?nd hut troth,
To love t?i de*th should part;
With tove he bought the prize he sought,
And ton? obtained ay heart.
O, happy time 1
0, happy crime
Throat r? w hieb we idly strayed 1
Hast Joy was onza, aa through the flowers
A fr?tant path we made I
Bat soon W?agachad the oater edge
Of this our SUV it laud ;
Where love had reigned, and haply feigned
Te doth? Kia?'? command.
O, loving hean f
O, ^astral brartl
Bow waa foy trust betrayed !
With love hs bought the heart besought,
-Bat basTtae price been paid ?
If I should Uve i thousand year?,
In?'er again should know
Tba anne regret; or could forget
Those days of koa ago,
Whan tat my ht art,
Ita choicest wealth displayed; _ J
With love 'twas sought, with love twas bought,
-Bat hu tte price been paid 1
The careless tone-the unkind word
Tbs enan, ed and chilling mood,
Aaa UMP* tara thisga anartion branga
To prov* lt* promise stood T
Ba aaa io part
mat lava, tbouh love entice ;
So aaa? a tana witt hearts ta made.
That aw wal pay tbalr price I
TBS CHINESE MOVEMENT.
Tb? OOM? lida oft* tate Question-Want
aaa Opponent* oT chin ca* immigration
HAT? ta gay.
Hov, while Memphis is holding pnb?c meet?
ings inviting Chinese labor to the Bomb, the
fellowing protest against tba farther imports
" Von of these people into California, published
by the An?-Cooho Association, ia of special
There are a boat 11 1. COO Chinese io CaKor
ni*, 100010 of whom aw in a ? Ate oi peonage
ex liman, sod axe ranted ont by the oompa.y
o witing them to tba various parties by wbom
abey ara employed, in ganga of from 60 to 6000,
aa they maj be reqaned-their wages being
poid to tba agent ol tba company, who ia rt
?panOfhli for the performance of their labor,
?nd for the the return of the slaves, dead or
ahva, io tie Celestial Empire. The balk ot
the female portion ot them ara scattered
throughout oar towns sod cities, denaturalizing
-oar youth and laying toe fornication of mi ure
rjjaosss and aw row toen oolanited extent Tho
TsTxporiuiOO of theta ?lives bas already led to
-QHtWTf 1-oo oar ?barree, between the
rival ooaepjP'N owning them, and threatens
Aoaaaame gigantio proportions. The employ
nan t Of these slavea chapla oes a bke portion of
wjute labor, and toort particulaxry cf the rising
There are in Bas Francisco about 18,000 to
boya and girl?, of from ton to twenty
yean of atm, the majority of whom are brought
np in i dienern, aa there ie oo emptojment for
ibeav .ind uo opportunity for ?beb; learning
%adea, aa all the inferior work io oar milla,
flManriea, stores, workabop*. Ac., that is else?
where done by apprentice*, ie hara done by
Chinea* labor. Ibo oonsetjuenoe ie, that our
"boys exe bot preparing for the State Prison
?nd a vast number ot our girls moat, alas I
?tek to tba lowest depths of degration.
By tko general employment of thia alare
iabor in every branch of industry, immigration
-ef deasTrmg white people from the East tod
.Baiiye ia retar ed. and w?l ultimately oeaae,
while maay DOW here most lei ve. we may
ina ac as the cigar maker?. five hundred ol
whoop,, with their tami bee, abo waru earning
JCOM Varea, and investing and spending them
here to the advantage of theconn try, were
?om pelad two years ago to retire before the
?ettuae labor ara leave the Bate. In Urie
oeoneotion it is a noticoablefact that the intro
ist hmas aaoutexture, cue single cent to the
- H? laaplupiuana of Cnineee labor oo the
Central racifVo Railroad may hare expedited its
?Oaunaatioo a few mooth*, but we contend that
fbJ mn Oboe our HUte can never be belanc
<ed Br tba gum rn time. Had white labor been
-oaplovod, hundreds of acres wo aid even now
bare-boee reclaimed from the waaiee and be?
ana** ibo boaneeiead* of happy families, who
would bare pxtrohaeed tho l .od and increased
'Ikeraranga of thonflroed company, and aleo
?of the antue Bute, while the money paid to
tmlneae abor has been drained oat of the coun?
try for expon to Asia, and on tbe retirement of
.He Chin eoe slave* frtSa their field of labor not
-4 froajktA of ?mprpep?aeot will remain-not
.aneo e eena of them win be left in the soil.
?br twelve month? an epidemic baa been
waa* n* in oar midst, which for along urns
beda il tba skill of oar medical mea and the
anantary regulations of our city; abd tba
samitprrr, or back plague, ie general ly at
4rfbatad to tba Chinee*. "Prom the density of
.?belt population and their peculiar mode of
aban*. Ikey ar? subject to many diseases
aaaaoat waknown among thoaSanoasiaa noe, to
.wbtoh wa aro rendered pecuBkrly habla by the
AoAvesinotioa of Chinese Otto oar hotel?, rce
tauaante and private dwellings aa cooke,
weaken and domestic servants.
?ba* bean objected to our association that
it ia an Irian crusade against cheap abor; but,
on tba oontraxv, we embody io oar mo ranks
Ul Claaaea crt eds arid political parties, imbued
?ot with hostility to the Chinese SB a noe, but
folly believing that all the rast resources of
California can be fullv developed, and her nit*
. Toada, canals, and other public works, can be
as weil and profitably complet*d by free white
abor, as they bare been in the Eastern States,
?nd that the future great noss ot California de
nenda more upon the general proepenty of ber
aoduatrlal dawes than upon the vant accunin
-aliona of a few capitaliste.
By order of the Central 8tale Council of the
inri Onobe Aaeociatiaa of tba Pacific Coast.
_9. B. J. Duo? Secretary.
TflluADsLPH JA-Per sehr John AOriffin-3W tons
.JbyephaOa Beek, 60 bala Bags, loo tmpty Bar?
rete, lc* Furniture ind sundries.
?aua-fflaata? Oattaa atad Hie* fl ark ct.
BwTlOa O' J BB 0BajsU,K8TON. UAiLi NEWS, I
. - g taaaniaaaa Xoanaj Evening. July 19. I
Canea. A atiibj seats toed Inquiry pre Tailed for
Hb? staple, *? d the tnaactMns wei* about on the j
lawn of vivrioaa flgart-s; eales near 590 balee, viz:
.32 at St, l at ?i I st at, rf ai ?1K, 23 at 32,3 at 83*.
Oil at B9. We quote:
Otitiaary a wood ordaaty.30 <*t82
low n.Ud.taa>.Si K -
By haw York classification we quote.
Xns->b* d sssnd was moderate and pricestm
abac geo ;saJ*H^T ti rees of dean Caro ina, say 37
atarea at T ia-10, M at gc ?J m. tte qaote common
Aa Uhr **en caroona at 7* <& 1%, good 8@8Xo ? lb.
Bar?eU by Telegraph.
LcaaaBj inly 13- (looa.-Consol?, 033-4. londs ]
aaa at ax. Rugar steady. Tallow iSs 3d
' Paaxs. July m.-Boara* quie1 ; rentes 7if 10c
_?AT*a Jaly u.-ootton nra both on tbe spat ?
ZnaaaVSB) Tar/13-Nocn.-Cotton firmer bot not
Maher; ada lau? Balea. P.our 34s. Bed Wee.ern
wheat 9s id a ts ed. Tarns and fabrics quiet ?sd
Jtoaa*,-rattan aetfv?; nplands 12>?al2X? ; Or
Jana land, i-ala? l?.t 00 bales. X*d Western when?]
-fa id. um. oid. ta*.
Wnw Tomi '?ly j> Worn-tick? ?pry strong.
Heney 1 'letha* 10. Sod 37>?. Cotton firm a
a*J*tali>i'e nrpeotine drooping at 12,^-. Bosin
stead ; summon 12 86; good i i 30.
Basai t-Patton ora; n?a 1?00 balet at Si Xe.
ara*? actors anA aashsngeJ. Corn dall Po.-i
*UX*W%l aria* e**?27 iud firmer; ket?e
jaei^a? . Bswakej Arma at ai 04*104>?. Groce
JBM %9A t and doll. Naval st t n qn?t and un
aaaace*. aVatgais quat and anchan ed. Qoveru
atilt alosad Ora South, ra stocks stronger.
AVratt Catabas new 68 Moa-y olo ed a-ti ve at 7.
T ry sall and little buiine*s paper
Starting vftalP Go ? 37K ?tocks steady
lory lg-Cotton" steady at 34>? cents.
Finar steady and demand light; eoper?ne $5 12J$?.
Wheat closed dnll ; new red tl ?Sal M. Yellow corn
tl ; white ts. Pork $34 Bacon active and advanc?
ing ; shoulders 15\?al5 t?c. Whiskey scarce at $1 04.
Ci*currun, Joly 18.-Whiskey firmer at ll.
h. hool de rn IS; clear sides 18, closing .titler. Lard
held at 19c
LCOTBTXLU, July 13.-Provisions firm. Shoulders
14 ji ; clear sides 18 Ji- Whiskey 93c.
ST LOUIS, July 13- Flour active; sur erflne 84^a
IS. Whiskey $1. Provisions unchanged.
WiucDtQTO*, Joly 18.-Spirits turpentine held at
38Xc. Crode turp?n tine unchanged. Tar $3 20.
AUGUSTA, July 13.-Codon market quiet; sales ISO
bales; receipts 6 bales. M i dd Inge nominally 31 %c.
SAVANNAH. July 13-No xnirket; quotations un
changed*. Receipt i 19 bales.
MOBILE, July 13.-Sales of cotton 600 bales; quo?
tations nominal. Low middlings 30c. Receipts 17
NEW OBXXAKS, July 13.-Cotton, middlings 32%
cents. Sales 31 bales ; receipt* 70 bales. Sugar firm ;
common lOall ; prime 13Jf?&X. Molasses nominal.
WILMINGTON, July 12-? P. ^~J?f*T<Tx^
35o bt u. receiTed and changea hands at f S for virgin,
and %'2 66 for yellow dip fl 380 tte.
srnuTS i TjapEji TTS E-sales of 261 bbls. at 39
centB wi gallon-market CIOSIDK weak at thia figure.
BOBIN -le unchanged in price. Sale* of 457 bbls.
atti 66 tor strained; tl 90 for extra Ho. 2, and $2 26
for IOW No. 1.
TAB -NO receipts or sales.
COTTON.-One small lot sold at 32 cents for mid?
HAT -100 bales Northern sold from wharf at 76
cento a> 100 Iba.
MACON, Joly 10.-Corrow.-There were 13 bales
reoetytd to-day ; none sold; no shipments. There le
no demand, and no cotton ofleriog. Middlings are
quoted at 31c. Ihe ?loci on hand amounts to 8C9
Lon ai?; nets per DOH tn ? HI on aa xtaaalroa*
162 bales Cotton, 6 bales Domestics. 17 packages
Bacon. 40 boxes Candles and roan. 40 sacks Flour, 10
bbls Flour, 3 cars -tock To Railroad Agent, Good?
rich, Wineman A- Co, Dowie ft Moise, G W Steffens,
Kiln ck. Wick en be rp & Co, W S Corwin AC), Johns?
ton, Crews ft Co fc teahouse A Co, Pe.z-.-r, Rodgers lt
Co, Goldsmith ft ton
Per steamship Manhattan, from New York-J F
O Hasel J, Capt F M Bonnean, A P Boyd, W Kotbneier,
Ure B ? Brown, Mrs B Burkett, G W Panton and
wits, J B Parry. J B CheaUre, Jr. N 8 Hart, H
Cleveland, A Leptallu lei, A W Wardell, Jr, J G
Hush. A M Has. til, A FeJigmanu, C McLaughlin, L
1> t- a aile*, and three on deck.
_ Jtoriit lr PI.
Port ot Charleston. July 14.
rsa ES or TUE MOOS.
cast Quarter, 1st, 7 boura. 27 minutes, evenir g.
New Moos, Otb, S boura, 14 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 16th, 1 boor ?8 minutes, morning.
Full Moon. 28d 8 hours 34 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter. 31st ll hours, 45 minutes, morning
??.-_"i--,m stm J MOO? BI QB
3?'UM??ra autis. ^ MFC| UJK WAXIB.
112 Monday. S . 3 7.. 8 | 9..47 10.. 14
13 Tneaday....! 6.. 3 7.. 8 10..27 ll.. 3
li Wednesday.) 6.. 3 7.. 8 ll.. 4 H..55
16 Thuniday... 6.. 3 7.. 8 12..43 Morn.
18,Friday. .... 6.. 4 7.. 7 Mom. 12..60
17|j?*tnrday...l 6.. 6 7.. 7 12..20 1..63
18gtrndav....> 6. 6 7 .6 !.. 0 2..57
A rr ired teaterowy.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-left
Saturday. Ma e. To James Adner A- Co, J D Aisen
A co, D A A mm e. J Apple. F C Berner. Bollroaon
Bro*. Col A J Blaut, Q M. T M Bristol], Bucbheit A
bon, D Brigg*, ? Baie* Ik ? o, U Bischoff A Co, Judye
Campbell, B at A P Ca dwell, L Chapm ft Co. Mrs L
Chap in, J commins, J A Cook ft co, Cartmill, Bar?
be son ft Co, T M Cater, W H Cb alee ft Co, W B Cor
wm ft Co. H Dal'., F Dauer, i enny ft Perry, Doug,
las ? Miller, B G Daun ft to, J a Ene low ft Co. D F
Fleming ft Co, Foray the. Mc J o mba ft O?, B FelC
mann A Co, H Gerdts ft Co, M Garfuiikl?, Wi? Gur?
ney. J H Graver ft Co, Qoodrico, V? fneman ft ('o. J
Bur tamp ft Co, Wm Harrell ft Hon, Mrs D B Huger.
B Hunter, Hoi kin? ft McPherson, Holmes ft Calder.
A Lung Johnston, Crews ft Co, L E Johnson, Jef?
fords ft Co, J linings, Thomiinson ft Co, C Kerns a,
Jaliinaan ft Bro, Ktluck, Wiekesberg ft Co, Lave)
ft Alexander, U Lil ?engl, McLoy ft nice M mtooe ft
Ca J G Milner A Co. J H Muller, Mel er, Nimitz *
Oe, NeutvWe ft Haanam. B O'Neill, 01n*y ft Co, J F
? O'Neill. A bon, D O'Neil) * MUD. J C OJemann. u F
j Pam mn, Paul, Welch ft Brandea, WF Paddon, Pa ?
rn ei to Pioneer Co-operative Association. D Pani ft
Co, H I Peake, J A Qua eke .. boab, Bavenel ft Holmes,
TU Bead ft Co, Wm Roach ft Co, J Be?, O and h B
BAgent, SC BB agent, N R B B Agent, A eecken
d jrff, A O Ktone. G W 8t< treas, P ?1 fcchroder, D Ssl
tus. W Femken ft co, bisters House cf Mercv, o
Ex Company, N behgrxun O liedemaDo, f Teckitn
ba g. W J i rim. Weira r ft Monaeee, J N M Wob lt
I mann, Werner ft Ducker, Wa.ker Evins ft Cogs?
well, 8 H Wilton. Egbaum, koona; A Co. snd
other*. The Manhattan experienced strong sooth
west winds th? enurj pis BJ ge
Steamship prometheus. Gray, Philadelphia-lett
- inst Mdse. To Jno ft Theo Getty, Railroad
Agent?, W a Bl eb rt eos. Frost A Adger C H Moise, C
F Fianke, D A Walker ft Co L Etas, Jeffords ft CB,
Do wie ft Moise, A Johnson ft co, J F lay lor ft Co,
cameron ft Barkley, 8 8 Solomon?. H V P?ate, A
BamaerBohmldt, T M rater. T M Bristoll, W M
Bird ft Co J F O'Neill A Koo, W D Warren. W H
& baffer, G W Almar, Bev O W Prentiss, Mrs Mary
Matthews, J lhomoson * Co, J BaaseB. J A Qutck
enbuah, J O Malones Walker, Evans ft Cogswell J
H.W?hrmann, B Feldmann ft Co, J H Muller, J H
Voilera, J D Aiken ft Co. Kilnck, Wickenberg ft Co,
H Gerdts ft Co, W H Chutee A Co JNM Wohlt
mann, J tl Graver ft Co, C Liilen'hal ft Co, Gas Com?
pany, Dr Geo Caulter. H A Tor k, A M Jackson,
clagharn, Hen lng ft Co, C F Panania W G Woila en
ft < c, M Luhri. E H ?telling. B Lee, J Coagrove, J
liencken, E Bate* ft Oe K F Benedict, win rm .n
Bros Byrne ft Fogarty, Capt A Burrett, P Walsh.
Fogartie's Book Bon*?, Holm ea' Book House, H
W uh Ibero, Adams, DJ mon ft co, and others.
Brig Adelaide, Wilson, savannah. Ballast. To
Wm Bosco ft co.
Received from Chlsolm's Mill, 16 tierces Blot, To
Cbi* olm Broa.
Scar John A Grifflj. Foster. PhUadelpaia-H F
Baker ft Co.
Sailed - Yesterday.
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, Philadelphia.
Steamer Dictator, McNeity, Palatka, via Jackson
ville, Fernandina and Savannah.
L.1ST UP VtuSMCL?
VP, CL S A RED A yv SAILED FOB i IVS TOA Y
The Banca h Lizzie, Ferguson, cleared.May 20
Th? YU.ce, Balli lay, np.Ju LC 13
Sehr Velocity, Pinkham tailed.June 16
Brig H W McGilvery, bratts, cleared.July 1
? .? ?01IB
Brig Bampden. Prrkins, np.Jane 39
t-chx Mvrover, Brown, up.Jnly 1
8cbr Wm L Si ringa. Halsey, cleared.July 6
Sehr M j rover, B own, ap.Joly 8
Behr Sarah Callen, Avis, ap.July 1
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AX? ALL niBBASEfl OF TBS
STOMACH AND LIVER.
torr AU BxcnaisxiroxD ET ms
HEGEMAN ?Sc < <\,
AGENTS, SEW YORK.
Mamrfactnred by C. F. PMKNIN,
OEO?0T ANS ATDCHEfiAXr^
OHA RLE8TO N, S.C.
**-?ryr ami? ey Druggist* Everywhere-^
Pwbzoair is niwtlyr
"?0 IIK MOVE OHEASE SPOTS,
.38B TrtB DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared, and for tale, wholesale and ret??, b.
DE. H. BUR.
?**?v 36 Xs. isl MetUig-atreet.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeitable.
Hali Loan Taken. No Notes Required
LAST CASH DIY1DEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CEINT.
Policies ia force.$26,000.000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid.? 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, Presiden?.
H. T. G AMAGAN, Secretary.
L. MCADAM, Actuary?
G. A. FUD lc KAR, 8uperintecdeat.
Hon. JOBK A, Dir, New York.
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm Harper & Bros.,
ex-Mayor New York.
JOHN J. GRAWE, Pr?sident Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOKES, Wall-street.
Wat. M. VKBMXLYE, Banker ( Verm i ly? A Co.)
CHAS. Q. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. GEORGE OFT YEE ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOHO AN, Banker.
THOMAS RIGHET, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
BEN'. B. SHERMAN. 'Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
AABON ARNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable A Co.
RIOBARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Law?
E. V. HAT70HW6DT, Firm E. V. Hausbwoui A
WM. WILEENS. Finn W. Silkens A Co.
JULIUS H. PBATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant
CHAS. J. STARR, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN. Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLEB, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPS, President Continental Fire in?
JOH? H. SHERWOOD. Park Place.
WALTON H. t* TOEHAM, Corner 5th Avens e atc
EDWARD H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. RKKrlSTJBK.eA. Exam tn lng I'nyilclan.
GENEBAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON,
January lt nae omeo So. SSS King-street, Chtxletton. 9. C,
W\M51 fiqnow, (Etr.
Q L O WHISKIES.
1 HE UNDERSIGNED BtO LE ?YB TO AN?
NOUNCE that they have been appointe ! by M ea-ra.
HhNBYrt. HAN NH & CO.. of Philadelphia, their
?ole Agenta for rhu r':?eof South P aro fl na for the
sale of th -1.- celebrated ACME. X. XX XXX. XXXI,
Nf Cl AR CABINET and other brands OLD BTE
They aiao wish to annonnco that they w 1U be in
coaMant receipt of their COPPEB DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PUBE BYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hannisville, Berkeley County, Weat
Liberal contracta wfl be made for large lota of
sew Whiskies in bond at Distlllerv Warehouse.
CLAC IUi ft WITTE,
No. B? East Bay street,
Jnne 16 wfmSmoa Charleston, 8. C.
JAMBS A. MILLER'S
CHICKEN COCK WHI8KEY.
We are Agents of the above celebrated and well
known brand Of JAUK3 A. MILLERN CHL KEN
CO K. OLD Bu TR BO.V WHISKEY, which ia the
OBMJINE AK rrcXK, and offer 1? to the trade, war*
ranting it to give entire causiaction lt la man mac
tnred. copper distilled, of the best grain and pure |
qualities-impioves by age, especially in the South?
A large stock constantly on hand, of d fi?rent ages
and prto**; cooperare of the mont superior.
Por sale in lou to suit pox-baser*, by
COBB, DOLHON DE ft CO .
Cole Agents lor the South.
No. 87 Natcher.-?tivet. New Orleans.
Or BENRT COBTA ft CO..
Sub-Agents, Charleston. 8. C.
june 16 Imo
Alum & Dry Plaster
Axe most desirable for quality,
finish and price. ;
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled !
. EXPRESS BOXES,
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO*
(oldest safe manufacturers)
205 Broadway, New Tort
Principal )m Cueatnv?St PhiJa.
Warehouses }108Bank st.,CleYeland,0
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
* United States a
FOB BA LB BY
WM. M. BJ RD k CO..
No. Q03 EAST BAY,
TjjU W A KO HALT ,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
So. Wi Warren-street.
PERSONAL ATTENTION BITES TO THE PUB
CB ASH of aB kinds ot M v B?H .?NBISE. Boots
Sfieea. Bats, Ca s and 7run??, n. ) Straw t>ood> a
Consignments of all kinds of Staple Articles an(
general Produce solicited.
Prompt returns pua-aUeed.
I-ate ol Charleston. 8. C,
mi-WeeXly Price fin/rents sent ire? by root.
January ii B*c Gmoi
?iAMEHOX, BAHKLEY Si CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR HAW MILLS, and
y y HITE LEAD,
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES. Ac., Ac.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMKKOS, BAKKLE>' & CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
I L S J OILS! OILS!
md GALLONS PURE WINTER LAU) GEL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
600 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINER! OIL
*300 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
SOO GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMEROS, BARKLEY Ai CO.,
NorUic&ft corner Uer Ung and Cumberland atroeta.
600 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TlN
300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
26 BOXES IX 12x12
25 R?XES IX 14x20
20 BOXE8 IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES fTTY 14x20
20 BOXES TX XXX 14x20
BLOCS TIN, TEN 8 il A N'S SOLDER, rJFBL
TER. Ac, Ac.
IN STOKE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY ai CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
6000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 6
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 INCH 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 Ol
. I'AMKUOV, BARKLEY Si CO?
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CA8T IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEA B*LE CAST LEON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CA ?l E HON. BARKLEY <* CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and i nmberiand stn-ets
lt A S S WORK
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE-AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GUAGES GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPIER AND BRASS WIPE.
CAMEROS, BARKLEY Si CO..
Northeast Corner Mcetln;; and Cumberland street?.
V ii O .tl 4 T O 350
boree power mending tb?
oeteorated Corliss cut-ot*
Engines, ?flirt* Valve Sta
llouar* Engines lonah:.
Ungi' cs Ac. ?Iso drcn
iar Muiav and Gang *aw
Mill?, Sucar Canp \ lt,.
>ha. ting Pulley?, lie. Lath
ami .^bingle Mills Whea<
un i ''ora Milla, Circular
.awe Bciimc, *c. Peno
(or Oacriptive Circular ans
fTOOD A MANN PTE4M KSOINE CO..
february 18 ?nioa Otica, New ?ork.
jp it E s a nitros.
GRIM AT'LT[& CO.'S PREPARATIONS I
IODIZED 8YRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OP HYPOPHOSPH1TE OF LIME
GUARAN A POWDERS.
All fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. tl. BAER,
Hay 8 No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
GLORIO I S CHANGE:.
THAT ANY SICK MAN' 6UBVTVED THB
treatment of fifty years aro, mast bocoasiiorei a
proof tint human beings aro very bard to kiH.
The lancet, calomel, cantbarldlea and drastic pur
gativee were then tbs order of tho div. Tho pby.
?loan played into the hands or" the apothecary, and
the nniortnnate patient was drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicine]. We
ive in a more rational and conscientious era. Thc
mportaoce of supporting Nature In its conflict
with disease ii now understood. Complaints in
themselves weakening aro no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. They arc mot with TONIC 8
that rally the vital powers and enable them to de?
feat the enemy. Chief among these alites of Nature,
in its battles with sickness, is
PLA *J TAHUA BIT TIC KS.
Tbii wonderful vegetablo rcstora?vo ii the sheet
anchor of the feeble and debilitated. As a cordial
for the aged and de ?rep id it bas no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for tho nervons weakness
to which the tender sex aro especially subject, lt is
strperseding every other stimulant and nervine.
In all climate?, tropical, temperate or frig'd, its acts
aa a specific in every species of disorder which un?
dermines the bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. Wherever it la introduced it be?
comes a rt m dard article- a medicinal ample. Drug?
gists, altbough their profit upon lt is small, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation for whieh
everybody inquires, and for which nobody will
accept a substitute. It is to-day thc most popular
medicine in tho civilized world. Extensively ae it
is advert.?ed, ite beet advcrtlaem'int is the benefici 1
result which uniformly follows ita n -ic. Evory bottle
sold ic mires thc Bale of at least haifa dozen more.
Unlike other stimulants it brices and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral action.
The cheering effect which it produce* upon the
mind is not momentary, but permanent. There is
no subsequent depression. It docs not, as is the
case with all other stimuli, bojot a craving for ex -
citants. On the other band, it soothes and calms
the nerves, combining, strango as the anomily may
seem, the qualities ot'a dedativo and gentle anodyne
with those ol a tonic and iuvigoraut. The perfect
purity ol all its ingredients, their admirable adap?
tation to thc purposes they aro intended te sub?
serve, the judicious proportions iu which they arc
om bined, und tho f-ciontiuc uklll with which they
are blended, render this famous article at once tbs
most potent and Ibo most bartuleas of oil known
tonic:- and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists.
finpi ntmtibj Ctr.
F . P A I K * I I ;
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY
No. 133 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IMP OUTER AND DEALER
r n ET AST D GABXTDIXT AZ
ALL HOBBS OF TBK SAT AND NIOBT,
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Upon this breech of the business, the uta cat
PSBBONAL care and attention ia bestowed, and the
PUB ny of the
Used In compounding ie QUABAN7KBE.
FRESH VICHY WA TE B
Of Direct Ina pe nation.
EACH BOTTLE OR PACKAGE BEARING
THE GOVERNMENT STAMP.
CONGRESS AND COLUMBIAN
FRESH FROM THE SPRINGS.
AGENT FOB THE CELEBRATED
ROCK BRIDGE i LUM SPRING
A complete assortment 01
COMBS, BRUSHES, Ac
GEO. TIEMANN & ?O/
OF NSW YORK,
SURGICA LAND DENTAL
DEFORMITIES, FRACTURES, Ac.
Mar 19 wi*
.p i sr o M ? a
Warranted io Remore all Desire
lt is Purely Vegetable and co a ta lae
no lbj Bf Injnxlona.
The following ia one of thousands of testimonial?
that are daily received by the Manufacturer :
BXCBJCOITD. YA., November!?. I860,
DXAB Pm-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you according to the receipt yon have submitted to
me, and the ingredients ot which I have examined,
ls purely vegetab e. entirely b ai miete, and contains '
nothing in the least injurious. It 1? not disagreeable
to the taste, ?nd aa a home article, I bops yoe win
meet with ready sale for lt, and I believe that if the
directions are followed, it will do all yon rlsimed fae
tt. JOHN DOVE, M. D.
MW Price 60 cents per Box. The usual discount
to the Trade.
49* For ?ale by
Dr. H. BAEB,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
Q O Tu O G N E ,
8UPEBIOB TO TBE BEST IMPOSTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured and sold wholesale
and rstai: br Br. H. BABB,
June 91 No. 131 Meeting, street.
WHEN YOU ABE EXHAUSTED BY OVEkWOEK
of head or hand, and feel the need ot seeMthug ns>
vi? orating, don't drink whiskey or any Intoxica tnag
thlng, wbe'her nuder the name of "ittcrs or other?
wise. Such articles give just as much strength to
your weary bod> and muid as the whip gives to the
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulant* are
injurious to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPBESbINO BBAC'IION.
Dodd's Nervine and TnTigorator
la a TONIC and GENTLE STIMULANT which ia
NOT attended by BE ACTION. What lt gams for
yon it main ta i rs. Wben it refreshes body cr mind,.
lt refreshes wu h natural strergth that comes to stay.
We are not recommending teetotalism in the Intearect
of any faction; but long and ex1 ended observar?an
teaches ns that he wbo retorta to the bottle for rest
or recuperation, will Und, aahekeeus at lt, that he
is kindling a fire in his bone? which win consume
like the flames of perdition. Turn from 11 Take a
tonic that will refresh ?nd not destroy. DODD'S
N ERVINE is f?rrale by all Druvcists. Price One
Dellar. See Book of Certificates that accompanies
each bottle. 7mos June 36
jy R. RI CHAU'S
ASK FOB KO OTBEB, TAKE NO OT H EB, ABD.
you will save lime, bealtn and money.
Iii co SEWARD for any cace of disease in ?y
stage which they fall to cure.
Dr. NICHE'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Ulcers. Ulcerated Sore Throat and Mouth, Fere
lyes, Cutaneous or ?kin Eruption-, Copper Colored
Blotches, - oren CPR of the Scalp, fcrofoja, Ac; la the
S?test Renovator, Alieiatrve and Blood Purifier
own, removei a l diseases from the syitem, >"d
leaves the blood pure and healthy.
Dr. lt I CH AD'> GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 curre
Mercurial Affections, rheumatism in all informs,
whether fi om mercury cr other causee; gives imme?
diate relief in all tase*. No dieting necessary, y
have thousand? of Certificate?proving tbs miracu?
lous cores effected by these Remedies. Pike or
either No. 1 or No. 2, t6 per bottle, or uro bottles for,
Dr EICHAU'6 GOLDEN ANUDOTE, a aale, .pee?
dy, peasant and radical cure lor all Urinary De.
ragemente, accompanied with full directions. Price
83 per bottle t
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN f LIX IB D'AMOUBTA
ladral cure for r-ervous or Gen-rai Debility, in oid
or yoong; imparting exwrgv with wonde fal effect.
Price 86 per bottle, or two bottles for 89.
On receipt ol price these Remedies will bc shipped ?
to any place. Prompt attention poid to all correa
dents. None genuine without the name ef "Dr.
BICH A CK GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. B. RICHARDS,.
Sole Proprietor," blown in glan of bot les.
Address D B. BICHA HDS.
No. 328 Variok-street, New York <
OftVe Honra from 9 A. M. to 9 F. M. .
Circulars tent. ly July 3
rp H K BIBHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILLI
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-Ooeted,)
"COSTABV BISHOP PILI,
"Ia of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, InrsV
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Nervous Debfltty,.
Liver complaint." "Thebest PILL tn the world?''
M?ditai Journal, September 8.
TRI T H E fill
MW AR Druggists in CB ABLESTON sell Ibeoo.
?.CoktarV Mat, Roach, &c. External's.
"Cottar's" Bed BUR Exterminators.
"CostarV (onlypure) Insect Powder.
"Only infallible Remedie* known."
"18 > ear- established in New York."
"J0C0 Boxes and Flasbb manufactured daily."
"IIIBeware)11 of spuriou? imitations."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell thea."
For (1, $2, ti and 85 sizes, Address
So. 13 Howard-street, New Tor at.
Hold in CHARLESTON, S. C.. by .
GOOOtSlCH, WI.VKMAS di CO.
March 28 DAC I yr
THE ONLY CERTAIN
AD OLPH ISAACS UN'S
sealed aud warranted to
keep fres li lor ali rune
the greatest dis every (
of its kind in the age we
live in. Noper<cni
be troub.ed with RATS,|
ai ICE, BED BOGS
ROACHE-, for Mr. Isaacsen's destructive rea ody :
within the reach of all. Prepared oulv by liimself,|
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness is
as wonderful as its eukaby. Bundi'ds of testimo-|
niais have been received irom all parts ot tfceUnlied|
The great advantage this SURE POP poseeseesf.
over all similar preparations ia the FACT that it ie
Certain in Ita Effects,
and free from the unp easantress ot rats dying in
their holes, as lt causes them to leave the premises
to seek air, and consumes them 60 entirely as lo
\o Disuirreeablc Odor.
Numbers ct relo encc* can be made to
Persons in tba? City,
abo have successfully u?ed it
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOW IR # MOISE,
IMPOBT1B9 AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting and Basei-streets,
April 23 inwfCmo Chsrles-.cn, 8.