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THE DAILY FEWS.
Tue Sword in t tic Sea.
" Thc billow? plunge like steeds that bear
lbs mights wi lb snow; crests;
Ibe ?ea winds boure like bogles, where
lb i Alabama reeta 1
Old glories from their splendor-mists
barate with trump and ball
Tbe (?word that held the ocean lists
Against the worid in mall.
An1 down from Albion's rarret-h:!le.
From terraced 8 opes of France,
The i ru v -, bngb. wine ot valor fills
This chalice ot romance.
For her? was honor's tourney, space.
The tilt yard uf he sea.
The battle-path ot kingly wrath,
And kinglier cou tesy.
And down the deeps, in sumless heaps.
Tbs gold, the ?.em. the pearl,
In QB? broad bb 2 9 of splendor, belt,
Great England like an Earl.
And there tb ey rest, the princeliest
Of earth's re^alia-gems,
The sUrhght ot the southern Cross,
Tho sword ol BaphaelSemmea I
Pennon and plume the waves entomb
The f>roud hopes of the free,
In ths?great glaive that arthur gave
In yarnton to the sea.
F. O. TICXNOB.
Torch Bill, Columbi**. Georgia.
A S BIB BURNED AT SEA.
Supposed Los* of Sixty-one Id-res- Suf
ferlags of tb.? Surrivors-inhumanity.
In March last t h 3 British ship Blue Jacket
wa? burned at sea, while on her wa; from New
Zeal and to England. Ont- of sixty nine per
Sons on board only eight are known to hare
been aa\red. The Lindon Herald publishes
ibe fol io wm g letter from ons of the survivors.
Addressed to bis motacr, and dated at Port
Stanley, Falkland Islands, April 29 :
I will telt yon wbat has happened on board
the Blue Jacket tince she left Lyttleton np to
the time she wa? barned. We left that ?pit
JTebnury 18. We bav?t seven sa.oon passen?
gers grown urC twelve second cabin, and
ve yen children, ? ll young, and a stewardess ot
the saloon. Ot the passengers' there were bix
women: two of the children wer- at the breast.
Ship's company ali told, forty-Lfja. Total num?
ber of people on board, mxty-two, and seven
children. There was titule sea sickness at
starting; that, soon paastd away. We made a
very go? d pat Bag e to the Horn ia twenty days.
On the 7th of March we passed ihe Falkland
Islands m sight, 1 ttle dreaming at that time
that this piace would be our refuge before
Bat on tbe Taeeday tolicwthg there was a
scene that I never wish to new ag .in. About
bali- past one m the afternoon smoke was Been
lawmng ont of the fore hatchway. We well
knew what was the matter, and in about ten
miaute?' ime there was a good supply of water
beiDg played upon it. There were uo flames,
bat Very cense smoke ari*rug. As soon as tho
-captain saw that : wai likely to prove serions,
Jte told Hr. Williams to get the yacht siuog
and provisioned and ready for going over tue
side; then the two life-boats wera got reidy
for lo^erimr Abd provisioned. In the mean
A bo4 a few bajidA shortening sail. While
thia waf proceeding ue pimps were still kept
going, every ono working ifor his lite.
It ha pened to be a Tory floe afternoon;
everything was being dons to exting?is-> the
fire, and ?.out six u'olock we. hong ht we would
get the op er hand ot it. Halt an bonr after
wards it broke out Untante worse than evsr.
^ve still kept hard at it until a little after oioe
that night, at which time the coals that were
in the fore pa. t had caught fire, and in ten
min nt es after the whole ot the forecastle was
in a blase. Then oar fate appeared sealed.
CAST i DRITT.
The order waa given to get the yacht over
tb? atoa, which waa done with great nek ot
. limbs, aa there waa a nasty sea running, bat
- abe waa got over all safe. Before lowering ber
loto the water we got tue women and children
into her all safe, then lowered her; after which
the remarnmg passengers got in, th?' fire in
the mean tim e working aft very rapidly, an the j
_ port life-boat there were Hr. Wnnams and his
watch. In the starboard boat. Hr. Bell and
iii? watch. I waa ia tba yacht. The other
boats left the Snip a li ttl e before us, for we
oooid not prevail apon the captain for some
time tb leave the ship, and I do not think he
would have lett her if ba had n >t promised the
radi?e that ne would take charge or them. He
said he did not like to leave tho oid ship.
Ba we eat away and drifted clear of the ship.
About an hour after wa left the foremast fei.
over the side; half an hour afterwards the
Basin and museo followed ita example, with a
heavy ci ash. The vessel WM theo tn one mass
of thaine it was a splendid and fearful sight
to witness. We kept aa near the s h rp aa poa-?
Bible, thinking a vessel might see the fire and
bear down to her; bat there waa no such lack.
Next day there waa a dead calm, and Mr. Wil?
liame came on board tba yacht, so we straight
. ?ned up the boat a little sod made things more
oomfortable. In the evening the captain told
me to go to the mate's boat and Mr. Williams
to att7 in the yacht Boen attar dark a breeze
sprung up. and was increasiBg all night. We
kept together all night by means of lanterns,
which we held up every now and then. Next
morning the other two boats were well ahead;
the brees* waa still iooroaainn, aid ia two
hoare* time we pi . ked them ap.
Mr. Williams dla not maka any sign to come
into bia boat again, so when the captain gave
W the eouTSi to the Falkland Islands we went
ato see it we could nick the other boat up.
(bra we could see her tbe yacht was out of j
eight. When we came np to the second mate's
boat we both lowered our sails and hove to, for
tbe yacht to get np to na agata. While we
were waiting we bad dinner, wbicb consisted
ot about a quarter of a pound of preserved
meat, a very few.bits of biscuit (which had got
spoiled with salt ws ter oomiog into the boat)
and not quite two gills of water. We had a
pretty good supply of provisions and water,
pdt we gnow not how long we would have to be
Jo the. boa t before we were picked np or reach?
ed ls nd. We waited there some time, but DO
yacht waa to ba seen, and we were los UR the
nar wind, so we asked Mr. Bell if he waa going
to wait any longer. He said.'.Na" With that
answer we hoisted ctr and-ead- started, bat up
pb the time we o<i BUM t of him ho bad a t
moved. We atil? went OD, bu- during the night
Iba wind shifted round right dead against us, EO
we steered Cor toe main latia, as il waa imooe
aible fur us to roach the islands. We never
saw aetther of the boats after that.
DEATH IS THB BOAT.
There were fifi eeo ot us in ona boat ; there
Tere i'sM*p n-""w-1* Befaste, ami asses aJaUrfess
in ihe yacht, and thereat with Mr Bell, st end
matt. I havo Lo.doubt t ?ber would recollect
the brown do? that Mr.-bad. It waa in
Oar boat- ?ix diva, af;.ex. we left the shipw?
killed it, drank the blood and ate the flesh.
Six data after that waa the conmeooemiDt ol
the honors ot a castaway orear One of the
Doxa oat A two died through drinking aalt
Waler. We managed to keep lt from him dor
ianthe d.vtime, btu at,night be wooM ge- it.
Ho was ont of bis mino about eleven boors be?
fore he d'ed Wo boned the poor lad as well
aa wo cou d nader the cireamstanceH. vVe
road (he barral service for the dead at Bea, but
we h?d nothing to sink bim with. It wan a
painful ia?kt Lui it waa Ul? will ot God. Wo
prayed to the Almighty in that boat wita mon.
carnea)nee-than any or os bad ever done tu?
fare. We o. a.d see death ?taring OB in tue
fa oe. Dav alter day OJ land, oo vtssoi. Five
days after the boy died we lest the carpenter
si>d a Beaman. . Ihe latter, poor fedow, died
from n ter debility and old ave. The carpen?
ter, .who waa a flue, tail maa over s.x teet.
died from dnnk.ng tait water. They were
both Bemm Ca1 holies. The carpenter ba*
lett a wife, with fu m r fivo eui'.dr ..a, io mourn
their loss. Two days after another mau died
raviMir oa.d. ibroula salt water; ha was the
noaithteai look ng man in thc boa ..
To.TC ware uo others (the anilmnker and
otc oe Am. i..) out ot their miud. We expected
they w u d b go.ng off at say mon.e.it. Next
dav Eothi. g in eight; we .hoaghi tue Almighty
bsd br.tigtii' ns tt>ere to brtatbe our last; we
had b eakiast which was ene saidu.e. sou.e
bitcutt that we had to tqaecao t > get thu s-ui.
water oat: ..nd about two tablespoons ! o Is of
wale?, I forgot io, UH you,that, about ten
days af.er leaving tho 6hip, our f et btcamo to
p-tisfnl with trost-bile Wat wi had to cat ot r
boots off. -he ? um was so excruciating. For
my t art. I waa inc med to drink salt water to
pal un emt u> my lite, for what wi'h tho bu> .
ger. the liars* and the paiu in my ft-et I nearly
went mad; m fcc , oie afternoon for a tow
boars JL was ont of my mint.: tbe.v all said
thay.iho?gbt 1 fhonid gooff. Atter -o i.aii
hau*breakfast all the provisions wa had h ft
was a siiiuh oox of sardines, plenty of spoiled
bread, and aboai one L-a ion or water;
A B aOOS ABD 15HUMAN XBBAIHSX?.
Tl tr . a a ligut briezj. and a niue biter
12 "V ck . e ot the men situ ited out "omi,
hoi" v\ ail fir the mon>ent lorgoi ocr wok
seas and pain and jumped a.-, and t..?ro wad a
Jbark b~. r.ng down upon OB; we v, ere soon
alennside of her, and were hauled np the side,
for we were as helpless as children. 1 forgot
to tell you that we had saved three boxes of
cold from the ship, valne, ?10 OOO. When he
found we had cold be got into a frightful race.
He put the boatswain io irons, and two sea?
men also, and chained them down-men that
were not able to lift a pound weight, and
several times he threatened to take tne boat?
swain's bfe. We jost pot sufficient food to
keep ne alive, and that waa all. Well, these
islands wese the nearest place. The A mighty
blessed us with a fair wind. We arrived here
on Sunday. The captain a d a passenger
he had with him went on shore and reported
that he had picked np soma wrecked sailors,
and from what he could make out we had
murdered every one on board, and then set fire
to the ship and taken the gold and left her.
When the doctor came on board he ordered
the ?rous to be taken off, and to give ns plenty
of wine. Next d?.y (Monday) we were all
brought on shore and put into houses. Before
I go further I must tell yon that three more
died on board the bark, leaving eight of us to
tell the tale.
Nothing has been heard of the other boats.
LTVRBPOOL-Per Britiah bri? Chiton-800 bbls
Spirits . nrpentine, 638 bbls Bosln.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J W Everman-102
bales Cotton, 366 bbls Rosin, 61 bales Dome*tics,
21 bales Leat tr. Shales Bags, 62 empty Ale B?r?
rela, SOO Waterme ons. 66 Packages....Per sehr
Adolph Hugel-155.300 feet Flooring Board*.
charleston Cotton ansi nice Market.
OFFICE Ol' THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, I
. CHARLESTON, Friday Eveninc, July 23. )
Conon-Ihe muket was flat, with no disposition
on the part of buyers to purchase at the rates of sel?
lera, and no transactions took place. We quote
Ordinary to sood ordinary.30 #92
By New York ela ssl flea ?> n we quote :
RICE.-The market for tills grain was quiet, but
the article waa held Bindy; aalea 10 tierces of clean
Ca olin? at 8Vc V lb. We quo e common to
fair clean Carolina at 7*67*; good 8@8*c *? tb.
Mar II eta bj Telegraph.
LONDON, July 23-Noon.-Consols, 93*. Bonds
LXvXBPOOL, July 23-Noen.-Cotton steady; up?
lands 12*d; ralea of the week 64 000 bales; for j
export 12,000 bales; for speculation '000 bales;
stuck on baod 363,000 bale-, ot which 193,000 bale
are American ; Bom! a j sbipmenta to the 20th 12,000 J
bales; cotton afloat C64.000 ba es. cf which 81,000
kales are Am* rican. Flour 23s 6d. Bed Weat rn
wh< at 9s 2d.
Evening.-Cotton, uplands I2*d; Orleans 13<1;
sales 12 000 bales. Turpentine 26s 9d. Tarns and
fabrics at Manchester steady.
- HAVBX, Joly 23.-Cotton buoyant both on the
spot and afloat
PAMS, July 23 -1 be bullion in the Bank of |
France has increased T.OOO.OO0 francs.
ftcMSstlO MASKEM. 1
Nxw TOBE, July 23-Noon.-*- btucka firm And more
arti ve. Morey 7. Stetting SX. Odd 86% Cotton
dull at etc. Terpentine rt ead y at ?Sc. Bosln
I vening ?-Cotton dull and lower; salo* 275 b'-let
at 33*>.84c. Flour, superfine to laney Ma; e (6 36a
6-90; roi them mote active, common to cboio
96 60all 76. Wheat fairly active at 3*4c better.
Corn unchanged. Meta beef atesdy. Meas pork
quiet at $82 76*82 87*. lard beary; kettle ll*i
19*c. Bice quiet ai 8*8*0. Turpentine ?2*4 3c
Roaln 12 26a8. Freights lower; flour, by steam, 2a
Cd; wheat 8s. Money easy at 6a7. immense * usi?
nes* st lower rate ; prime discount* at loiter rstes
Merhng 9*. ii?.ons gild to-morrow $800,000.
Gold weaker at ?6* F cn th ern securities sch ve;
new North Carolinas hgher, touching ?2>? bu
closing st 61 *?62; this advance tended to at ffeu
ethan; Soatb Carolinas, new 66*66*.
BALTMOBX. July 23.-Cotton quiet at 84c. Four
fairly active; lew and n ed um crades advanced 23a
60c; superfine 15 75?6 60. Wheat armer at $1 60a
1 68: whit* fl "ital 76 Corn firm er; white $110*112
yellow fl C8al ll Oats dull; prime new "Oe. Mess
pork 834. Bacon active sud advancing ; shoulders
I6*el5*c. Lard 19*1200. Whlakty acaree at
CWCTNXATI, July 23,-Provisions quiet Meas
pork 133. Bacon, .boulders ?4*aU*c; clear aides
18*a38*c; sogar-curea barns 22a; 3c Lard dull at
ST. Lorna, July 28.-Flow bucyant for low grade?;
superflue ?5 40*5 50. Whiskey Arra at $1 08 Prc
visioBB firm. Mess pork (33 (0a?3 75. Bacon,
shoulders 14*a14*c; dear aides 18*aI6*<\
I^rrrsriLLx, July 23.- Providions firm Mess pork
SSS. Bacon, shoulder? 10c; clear fides 19*o.
WxumiSTOW, July 23. -Spirits turpentine steady
at 58*c. Bosln nnchanged; strained ll 66. Crude
turpentine unchanged. Tar IX
ATOCSTA, July 23 -Cotton, market quiet; little
offering; sales26bales; middling82*c; receipts 27
SAVANNAH, July 23.-No market; no cotton of?
fering; rectipta 29 balea
MOBXLX, July 23.-Cotton, recipts for th? week
131 bales; exports coastwise 1016 bales; stock 2?48
bale?; sales tor the week 370 bales; sales to-day 70
bales; tarketdull; low middling 30c; receipts 14
bales; export s ?TC bales. -
Nsw OXXEANB, Joly 23.-Cotton, receipts to-day
121 bales; ter the week, groas 886 bales; net 468 ?
bales; exports for the week, Vera Cruz 810; New
York 3218 bales; stock 630 bales; ?alee to-day 160
bales; kr the week 1458 ba ea; market steady; mid
diing 32*c. Go d 36*. Sterling 49*. New York
right *c premium, sugar, common Italic; prime
14*c. Molasses, prime fermen mg 63c
New York Klee Market.
2 ht Journal of Com coerce ol Wedbesday, Joly 21
says that lor Caro dna tuere i? a fAir inquiry, both lo?
cal and out-of-town, and with a reduced stock and
very l ttle coming to hand prices ve m the seller's
fav ir ; 210 c*k- sold at ? ,c for inferior to 9c lor
prime. We quoi? lor the range ol LO od to choice 8*
a'l*c Banttoou is mi-re sought lor, owing io the
scarcity cf domes ic; the atock 1s, however, larne,
and holders are tree sell?is. We learn of sales oi'760
bag* for borne use at 7*a8.*. We quote lots in bond
at 2* 3*c, gold.
The New Yuk Vegetable Market.
1 he New York Journal of Commerce of Wednes?
day. July 21, report? that potatoes ?re very cheap;
ibey ara crowded on the market from near points,
and balea are maXirc at $1 25*42 tar New Jersey and
Long Island, ihe luatdaapnce for Jackson whites,
there ia no sale lox. Ncafo.k; some smad iota
t.roagbt 60c and $l per bari el. apples-pr ms Nor
io k range ah Ute war tn m fi 5ua*i; J ney apples,
wind tal-, S2e*2 (J; do, picked. S8a$4'26 Peaches
are comii g i" sio#iy >et .rom Delaware, bul prices
are running down; aa.ee ai .3ui6 per erat e. Norfolk
peaches are coming m oad oider, and as a general
thing do m it brin., over SI per orate; creen coro is
seUiuu at SUSI 60 per l-nudred; string beana si ?0A
t i ; Norioik toma oca 75ca?l pei I ox; marrow
squashes $3 pei b ?? ; Long Islauo cucumbers 60a76c
per hundrei; eab->age* i4?S6; peas SI 6Ua?2; yel.i.w
squaali 42 .6; Lawton bl ekbeme* 15 >% c, * I b some
besh luis .t 25c; onions 1t ?8a.t? 60 lor white soutn
rtlncon Mm vet.
MACON, July 11- OTTO?. - Receipts t>day 4
bale-; sales none; shipped ID. Receipts for the
A? k, ending this evening, thu above included, 13
bale?; balen tor -am. n.i.e Ul; em pm eu t.- 123
a o?iug a d cr ant- ot iec<-ipia over tuuso ot tbe
week ?eion- vt 46 bales; mci ease of sales for samo
timp 88 ihe narke; nus been almost dead ?tl 1
oun-g the week under rev cw, and opera ions were
onfiued lo ou y .w . traoiucuou?. Puces have
tal eu off -ibout lc since tho date ot our laut ustkly
review - midd. ;nga bel a hell ibis ? vening at 30c,
wnb but a lew bale? offering, and no bu. ers in the
MACON COtl W STATEUE T.
?tock September ls.,.b?8. 1 826
Ree. iveu p.s. week. 13
RueeLcd v-ovio?Siy. 58.342-58 ?55
s Lipped p-st week.
sioek on bund.
Consignees pt< - .mn ..lulinw IIAHMUH
31 UCea Colton, 81 isl s I t mestice, 2r. packages
?a.on. 30casea La o. 7tsick- t our, 125 Lbs Na?
va ?tuacH. 1 car Lumber. To Ita- road Agent, tiold
sml h k -ou Kinsmau ii Howell. U tonia k ? o. Ut
W -.iiff.ns, KL CA- * chichie. i< O'Nei l. Bollni.inn
Bios. U D.w n.ie, Wa.ker. Evans k Cogswell, and
? te bou-e & u.
Per steam-r P?ot B y. trom beaufort via Buist o
J (Mela, n Winur a. d wile K al (libra and wile. J
F ForleoUs Ut. K C Ma;lier Dr ituveue . vre Alo es,
Hissimune, W Whaley. C B Northrup DJ Quigtey,
and 7 on deck.
-fora ol Ui3.uxlest.urx, July S4.
F BU ES OT TEX MOON.
Last Quarter, lat, 7 hours. 27 minnies, evenir p.
New Moon, 9th, 8 hours, ll minut?e, roo:nmer.
First Qaartsr. 16th. 1 hour. 28 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 23d. 8 hours. 34 minutes, moraine.
Last Quarter, 31st ll hours, 45 minutes, morning.
Bohr Farah Cullen, Aria, Philadelphia-16 days
Railroad Iron and Coal. To H F Baker fc Co, and
Steamer Pilot Roy, Peck. Beaufort via Edisto, kc
Mdse and Sundries. To J Ferguson, Konthern Ex
pre?? Cs, Kllnck, Wfckentierg & Co, Ropers: Stoney
J Adgsr k Co, M CUsolm, and F KresBel. July 22
at 8y, A M, speke yacht Lulu, capt Poreber, in Coo
saw River, nine miles from Beaufort, under sail.
Steamship J W Everman, Snyder, Philadelphia-Jno
k theo Getty.
British brig Cllf.on, Williams, Liver*ool-R Mure
Behr Adolph Hugel. Adams, Philadelphia-H F Ba?
ker k Co.
Steamship J W Everman, Snyder, Philadelphia.
Brig Adelaide, Wilson. Providence, R I.
Behr Clara W a 1 well. Jenkins, Providence, R I.
From tills Port.
Brig J A Devereaux, Clark. PhUadelp' ia, July 20.
Fchr Jot n A Griffin, Foster, Philadelphia, July 20
Sehr Margaret k Lucy,Cross-ley,Providence, July 19
Cleared for this Fort.
Steamship Magnolia, Crowell, at New York, Joly 21
British brig Courier, Erina, at Liverpool. July 7.
Sehr Soli?te, Dexter, at Rockport, Me. Julv 14.
Sehr Clara Belle, Ana s bury, at Rockport, Me, Joly IL
Stiipne wa by I e'f.errapii.
SAVANNAH. Joly i2-Cleared, sehr Hannah, Brews
The sehr Mad lt on Holmes. Howard, from George?
town, a C, arrived at Dew York Joly 20.
The echr Carrie S Webb, Rowland, fer George
town, B O, cleared at Mew York July 20.
The sehr Enoch Moore, Chambers, for George
town, s C, cleared at New York July 20
Progs. CfyrtmralSj (Ste.
Jj AKBY S PKUPHYJLACT1C FLUID.
letter from Bon. Ale*. H. St phau, of Georgia.
CBAWTOBDSVILLX, Ga September 29.1868.
Barby's Propnylactlc F md ls an article of little
cost but crest value. Its domeatio as well as medi?
cinal raes are numeren*, wbile its tperislties are
most wonderful I have not been without lt (or
ten jeers, and no heed of a family who can afford
to have it should be without lt
ALEX H. STEPHENS.
THE WONDEKFIL FAMILY MfcDl.
Letter from Oe Svrgeon-Qtirral of k\t late Confeder?
RICHMOND, Va., Januar? 14, 1860.
JoBW DA?BX k Co., No. ?C'J William wrest, New
Gmtltm-n-l bave re rei red your letter of the 15th
or December, I860, callina my attention to your
?Darby "a Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most fheenoRy swte that the Finid was furnisb
ed io, and extensively med by, lbs surgeons tn
charge of panerai hospitals In the Confed?rate ser
vico with ereat benefit io thc patients-all the sur?
ge or s making'a favorable report-a great deal of it
woBUse'i io the hospitals. ..
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
HAM'L PRES 1 ON MuORE, M; D,
EHOXT CCLLZOK, CxroED. ti A.. December 2-1. 1868.
Pref. L'AbBY. Dear Sh- Ha lug not been en?
gaged for many years in lita active duties of tbs
Medical profession. I am cn ly superficially acquaint?
ed with the cla'ms ef your Prophylactic Fluid, but
tm web acquainted with its chemical elements.
While, therefore, I cannot Speak experimentally of
the value of the compuund vet the disinfecting and
therapeutic propertlea of the agent* employed m ita
composition, together with the well known reputa?
tion of its discoverer, as a chemiat, authorise me to
regard ita merit- as of a hieb order; on the whole it
must be considered as a valuable contri uu ti on to the
cia BI of articles to which lt belongs.
These views, I may add, are sustained by tbe testi?
mony oi many ocmpetent judges, who have teated
its properties. Believe me, dear sir.
A. MEANS, M.D., LL. D.
CUKES BURKS, WOUNDS, STIX GS, ?fie.
ALABAMA INSANE HOSPITAL, \
Tnsc'AiAOSA. December 22.1868. j
Messrs. JOHN Donni k Co., No. 160 WlUiam-etreet,
Gertie men-I received your circulars of theil th
instant, asking an expression of opinion from me as
to abe merits of your Prophylactic Finid. Tbe pre?
paration has been so generally used by the profes?
sion and public at huge, and so universally esteem?
ed, that it teems to me to need no further recom?
As a disinfectant and remedial agent too, when in?
dica t< d, lt is not excelbd b> any similar preparation.
Wense permeanganic pieper anona vary extensively
m this hospital, sad con d not do withoat them. 1
consider yours tue best and most elegant pieparav
tion of the kind manufactured.
Respectfully y oars, Ac ,
P. BRICE, M. D.,
Sup't and Physician Alabama Insane Hospital.
DO WIK Si MOISE.
WHOLESALE D KU" OG I SIS,
May 25 tathsSmoe i gents for South Carolina.
6 i ROSAD ALIS, ?
\ ROS AD ALIS.
GOODHIOH. WISEMAN & CO..
Direct Importers of European Drugs and Chemicals,
May8 atathivr CHARLESTON. H. 0.
JAMES KKOX.'....JOHN GILL
NOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERC LIANTS,
j AP. US SMITH'S WHARP. BALTIMORE.
CONSIGNMENTS Ol' COTTON. RICH, fcc., RE
spRiiTFCi LY solicited, an i libera: advances iautie
tueieon. Orders for COHN und U-CDN promotlr
executed with c*ire ai d attention 3mow Ma lc
Jj1 1) IV A ll H D A la Y ,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. S'A Warren-street.
.PK BRO NAL ATTENTION UIYEN TO THE PCR
CUxSB ot all kinds oi Mi Ri'H M ISE t-oots
.?hoe*, Uara, Cu a md Truni\ ai J Htraw (ioo.ls ?
CoiislgntueiiM of all kiud.? ci Htaple Articles ?nc
gensral Proouee soUcited.
Prompt rei mm* gua-snieeO.
late oi Charleston. S. C.
mi-WeeXly "rice Cm reata fen: 'ree by i-ost
Jannary 2s ?ac '?mt .
(til A ft LKSTON A G lt I C ll LT V KAL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED SIORE.
A>;R1CVLIVRAL IMPLEMENTS, QARDEL
ELLERBEKS IRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
ut?'. iL. P1NGRKE,
Nc. 140 Meetinit-street, Charleston.
March 21 ?too
?\ O L O O N I,
?CPERrOR TO TPE BE.VT TMPORTED CO
t OGNE WATER, mmuiaerared a d sold wholesale
Bud retail by Dr. H. B ?KB.
June 21 No. 181 Meeting c'.rc*L
_Prags, Qtyrairols, (ftc.
~JTy K i O. S. PRUPHITT'.S
CONSISTING OF HIS CELEBRATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS PILL8, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
TflE KXCELLENT REMEDIES OF O. 8.
PBOPHITT, M. D., need no recommendation
their well known power in removing tte distases pe?
culiar to onr Rom hern climate having already estab?
lished for them an enviable reputation m Georgia
and the adjoining stales, AS tbs majority ot persona
living in tne South are pred??po*ed tc disease ol the
Liver, it ls granted by all intelligent physicians, that
most of the pains ano aches ot our people, are due
to orginic or functional derangement of that Impor?
tant organ. Prophitt'a Liver Medicine and Anti
Bilious Pills strike directly at the root of the evil.
Tb?V cure the Liver, which in nine cases ont of en,
is at the bottom of the Coughs. Dyspepsia, Colic,
Stet Headache, Bheumatism, Constipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, kc, so common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acnte rheumatism,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind flee before
PKOPHITT'8 PAI N KILL. LT
like chaff before the wind.
PROPHITT Vs Ll V Kit ME Ul CI Mi.
Dr. ProphiU-Having u-ed this medicine suffi?
ciently lon? to test its virtue, i nd to satisfy my own
mind that it is an invaluable remedy fer Dyspepsia
-a disease from which tbo writer has suffered much
for six years-and being persuadM that bundie-s
who now suffer from this annoying <. .plaint would
be signally benefltted, as he has be>-n. by its use, *e
deem it a dnty we owe to this unfortunate cites to
recommend to them the use of this remedy, which
has given not only himself but several members ot
his family the grca'cst relief.
M. W. ARNOLD,
Of thc Georgia Conference.
DOOLI COUNTY, GA , April, 1867.
Th I J is to certify that t was confined to 'be house
and most of the tire to my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony imaginable with Rheumatism, for
tve months, and alter trying every available reme?
dy, with no relief, I wa' cured wi iii two bottles o'
Dr. O. 8 Prophitt's Anodyne Pam Kill It, each cost
lng tfty cents only; lt relieved me almost instantly.
I thereion recommend it in the highest degree to
others suffering from similar dise se I can sa>
that it is one ol the best family medicines now out.
certain. Yours traly, Y7. A. FOBEUAND.
COVINGTON, GA., July 9, 1867.
Dr. Prophit.-Having used ycur Liver Medicine
for more than a year in mv family, I cheerfully re?
commend it to all persons suffering from Liver al
feci ions, .Dyspepsia or Indigestion in any form. I
also recommend your Dysentery Cordial aa tbe best
remedy tor that disease. O. T. BOG k 89.
STANTOEr.VTLLE, PUTNAJt COUNTY, Oct. 1, 1867.
Dr. 0. S. /Yopftt/t-Dear Slr- Ibis la to certify
that I have used yonr Ague Pills for the last ten
ye.re. and 1 bave never failed io cure ihe Ague In a
bingle instance with them. They alwcys break the
chills the first day that they are given. 1 can recom?
mend them as being the .-cst ague medicine that i
bare . v?r found, and they leave no bad effect* follow
ino them, as Quinine, tc.
Toara respectlully. A. WESTBROOK.
PUTNAM COUNTV. GA. September 92,1868.
Dr. 0. & ProphiU->ir-I have used for the last
two years in my family you' Liver Medicine, your
Pain Kill lt, and. you. Female Tonic, and I have no
fears in saying that they are tbe best medicines I have
ever ustd for the Liver an-J Ftoroach ? Neun? g-c and
Bbiumatlc afflictions, Headache, Colic, and pains ol
every kind are subdued by them. After using tbe
medicines solong, I cheerfully recommend them-to
any ai.d every one, and to all that are afflicted, as the
best and safest remedies for all tbe diseases for
wbich they are recommended, tc.
Tours respectfully, JAMES WEIGHT.
UR. PROPHITT'S FEMALE TUX IC.
This Medicine, with its associates, ls a safe and
certain remedy lor all curable diseases to which Fe?
males alone are liable. It is also as excellent pre?
ventative of Nerrena Blindness, or Nervous Dis?
rates in either male or lea ale. It ls a powerful Ner?
vine Tonic, setting np a full and free circulation
throughout (Le system.
all of the above Medicines sold by Druggists and
Merchants(generally .hronghout the southwest.
ED. S. BURNHAM,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 421 King-street, (near Calhoun,)
Charleston, 8. C.
Prepared only by DB, 0. a PBOPHITT.
April 16 ttUtb6mos Covington. Ga.
Q F . PANKNIN,
Apothecary and Chemist.
, No. 123 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, 8. C
rp HE ADVERTIS EB BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to hil stock of the best Imported and Domes?
DEATH TO FLIES.
BURS AND SPEEDY DESI RUCTION TO
lhi? TROUBLESOME YIS1I0R.
KUK SALK Bl
THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM,
B'S- THE ADVERTISER.
Wbicb have established for tnexoeelTts a reputation
surpasse J by lone.
Through constant effort and attention he hopes to
meiit s continuance of the public patronage which
has hitherto oeen extended to him.
february lg tnrhslyr
Jrafls, (Crjcinif?U, Ctr.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
S. E. Corner of Kine and John-Sts.
SPECIAL AND PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
PHYSICIANS' PRESUM PTIONS.
DEAL EB IN FOREIGN AND TC MT. STIC
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS, PUFFS AND PUFF
BOXES. TOILET SETS, de.
PATENT M IC DIC I V ES
GENUINE BAY Hi n.
l? TJNSUBPAS8ED BY ANT OTHEB. A TRIAI
WILL BEPAT YOU.
LUHN'6 FLAVORING EXTRACTS
HOTO no equal for strength and purity, and ought to
boused by all
SODA WATER DEA LEES AND ICE CHEAM MANU
Mr. E. H. JACKSON, Proprietor of the Charleston
Bole], says: "I recommend yonr Extra?is without
hesitation to the public for Ice Creams, Jellies and
Mrs. H. M. BPLiwtriai.n, Proprietress et the Pa?
vilion Hotel, says: "Jhey are well worthy the atten?
tion of those who deal in them or use them "
These Extracta are put np in f-mall vials, bf tho
dozes, for the trade and family use, and lo pint,
quart and half gallon bottles for manufacturers.
Congress and HIgn Kock Spring Waters
CONSTANTLY ON BAND.
Any aft'cle desired, not In Stock, w Ml be procured
Goods delivered in the city FBEE OP CHARGE.
June 8 nae ruths Smo
BYER AND AGUE,
Vt. FBOM WBICHMANKIND f-UFBER
H over a large part cf the globe, is the
^m\^A\z A consequence of a diseased action in
the system, lnnuced nv the poison
H nus mia>-ni ol vegetable d'cay Ibis
Jam- mMmwy exhalation is evolved i y thc action
M of solar heat on wet soil, and r ses
W with the watery vapor f om lt.
While tte sun is below the horizon this vapor
lingera near the earth's surface, and the virus
is taken vrith it tbrongh the lungs uro the blood.
There it acts as an irritating poison on tbe
Internal viscera and excreting organs of the bodv.
1 he liver beoomes torpid- and falls to secrete not
only this runs, but also tbe nile from the blood.
Both the virus and the bi e accumulate in th? circu?
lation, sod produce vio ent constitutional disorder.
The spleen the kidneys, and the stom -ch sympa?
thise with the liv r, and become disordered siso.
Finally, the instinct of our organism, ss 1 in sn st
tempt to eit el the noxious infusion, coneeairates
thc ?hole blood of tbe body in tbe internal excreto?
ries to force tbem to cast lt out. The blood leaves
the surface, and rushes to the central organs vito
congestive violence. lhi? is the Chill But in this
effort it islls. Iben the Fever follows, in wblch the
blood leaves the entrai organs and rashes to the
surface, as it in snotber effort to expel the irritating
poison tbrongh that otb? r great excretor:-tbe skin.
In this also it falls, and tbe system abandons the
attempt exhausted, and w its tor tbs recovery of
strength to repeat the hopeless effort another day
These are the fits ot paroxysms ot Fever and Ague.
Much constitutional disorder will of course under?
mine the health if lt is not removed.
We have labored to end, and have found an anti?
AY ER'S AGUE CURE,
Which neutralizes ibis malarious poison in ihe
blood, ami Btimnlates the liver to expel it from tbe
body. As it should, so it does cure this Afflicting
disorder with pei feet certainty. And it does mme.
or rather does what ls of mare service to those sub?
ject to this Infection. If taken in season it expels
lt from the system as it is absoroed, and thus keeps
those who use it free irom its attacks; keeps the sys?
tem in health although exposed to the disease. Con?
sequently it not only cures, bat protects from, lbs
great variety of affections which are induced by this
malignant Influence, each as Remittent Fever, Chill
Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague, Periodical Headache,
or Bilious Headache. Bilious Fevers, eural?ia,
Rheumatism Gout, Blindness, Toothache Farache,
Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitations Painful Affections of |
the -pleen, Hy il erl ce, Colic, Paralysis, aad Painful
Affect ons > f the Stomach and Bowels, all of which,
when arising from this cause, will be Jound to as?
sume, more or leas, the Intermittent type. This
"AGUE CUBE," removes the cause of these derange?
ments ard cures the disease.
Ihia lt accomplishes by stimulaurg tbe excreto?
ries to expel the virus from the system ; sed these
organs by degrees become habited lo do this, their
.efflce, of their own accord. Hence arises what w
term acclimatation. Time may accomplish the same
end, bnt otten life is not long enough, or ls sacrificed
In the attempt, while this "Agus Core" does it at j
once, and with safety. We bave great re . son to be?
lieve this is s surer ss weil ss safer remedy for the
whole class of diseases which are caused by the mi
asmatio lniectl?a, than any other which has been
discovered; and it has still another Important ad?
vantage to the public, which is, that it is ebeap as
well as good.
Dr. J. C. AYER di co.. Lowell, Matas
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Pllce One Dollar per bottle
Bold at Wholf sale, by
DOWIE IE MOISE.
Charleston, South Carolina,
And by Retail Druggists everywhere.
Jane 3C nae stntb3mo?
r?lHE BISHOP PILL!
TUE BISHOP PILL I
TUE BISHOP PILL!
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-Coated.)
"COSTARV BISHOP PILL,
'Ts ol cxtraorelnjry etllcacy for Costiveness, Indi
gesti?n, Dyspepsia, Headache, Nervous Ueblhtv,
Liver complaint." .T6ebe6t PILL in tbe world."
Medical /osma', Sej-'.ember ti.
I R Y T li E ST I
?3- All Btngiiata; in C8 ABLEST ON fell I'.'CDJ.
"Cottar's" Kat. Itoaclt, tlc. External's.
.?Lo-taj's" Bed BaSS Kxtermtnators.
?Cost ar's" lonlypnrei Insect Powder.
"Only Infalliblo Bf-aeniea known."
'.18 year.- established in New York."
"JUCO Iii ie? and Flasks ms nu ft ct tired dagy "
'.111 Beware I ! I of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in CHABLaMON sell them."
For $1, $?, fi and $5 sizes, Address
Vo. 13 Howard--;tren. ,\cu Yarli,
Sold in CH ABLEST ON, ?. C., by
OOOUltIC II, \\ IN KMAV ?i CO.
Jj ? I A D i L II
Purities the Blood.
tor Sale ?by Druggists rrerfwoero,
July 33 Ut
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
Ankh and price, y
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
i EXPRE8S BOXES,
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please seed for a catalogue to
MARVIN A CO.,
(oldest f Me mannJac tarers)
" . . , (265 Broadway, New "?isrk.
Principal J 721 testant st., Pbila.
Warehou8e8 (108 Bank St., Clevelaa?.O
And for sale by our agents in thc
principal cities throughout the
* United State?
TOB SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD k CO.,
No. QOS EAST BAY,
December 29 lyr
sBrogif (fltenwals, Qrtf.
As-K FOB SO OTBBB, TABB NO OTB EB, ANL>
yon will eave time healto and money.
91( GO REWARD lor any cate of disease in any
?tage which they fill to cure.
Dr. RICB<U'd (iOI.DEN BA LOAM No. 1 eurea
Ulcers. Ulcerated Sore Threat and Month, rare
t yes Cutaneous or Hkln Eruption*. Cooper Odored
Blotches, -orenea* of the -calp. Fcrofaia, Ac. ; la the
greatest Renovator, Alterative and Blood Purifier
known, removes ail diseases from the sy ttem, and
leavea the blood pure and health v.
Dr. RICBAU'f GOLDEN HALSAM No. 3 cures
Meraurisl Affections, Rheumatism in ?ll it- ronna,
whether fi om mercury cr other causes ; gives Imme*
diste relief in all cases. No dieting ncoeeaary. 1
have thousands of Certificates proving the mixaan
lons cures effected by these Remedies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, 95 per bottle, or iwo bottles for
Dr BICBAC'? GOLDEN A N" II DOTH, a safe spee?
dy, p'eaeant and radical rare fr ah Urinary Da
ragements, accompanied with full directions. Price
$8 per botde.
Dr. BICHATi'S GOLDEN FLLXlrF D'.AMOCB, a
ladies! euro for > ervous or Gen- ral Debility, in old
or jonng; imparting emrgy with wonde ful t Sect.
Price 15 per bottle, or two bottles for 99.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be abipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid tb all correa
dents. None genuine without th? name of "Dr.
HICBATJ'M GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. B. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown in glass of bot las.
Address D. b. EICHA RDS.
No. 238 Varie*-?troe t, New York
" Otfire Boura from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Clrcn'asa sent._ly_Mj 3
i s o i ' s
Warranted to Kc mo ve all Desire
It ls Purely Vegetable ?nd contains
The following is one of thousands of testimonials
that are daily received by the Manufacturer :
Rieux VD VA.. November 28. 1868.
DBAS iiK-lhe "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you aeeorotng to the leceiptyou have submitted to
me, and the Ingredients ot which i have examined,
ls purely vegetab e. entirely baimiess, and contains
nothing ia the least injurious. It ia not disagreeable
to tke taste, sud as a Lome article, I hope yon will
meet with ready sale lor it, and I believe that ff tte
directions are lollowed, it will do a l you elsimed tor
it. JOB N DOVE, M.D.
jay Price 50 cents per BOT. The asnal discount
to ihe Trade.
jay For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WBOLI SALE AGENT FOR 60UIH CAROLINA.
Jj K ? A lt E F ll li
WBBNYOD ARFFXB-iTJSTD BY OVERWORK
of bead or hand, and feel the need ol tooethb g in
vigoraiing. don't drink whiskey or any intoxica ting
thing, whe ber under the niime ol Hitters or other?
wise, -uch articles give just a mtcb strength to
year weary t ed' arri mind aa the whin gives to th*
jaded boise, ard un morn, Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to N> ive beulib. and tie .! LWAYs followed
by DEPRESSING REA Cl ION.
I ind d's Nervine and hmgorator
ia a TON If? ard GENTLE STIMTUN r ?flieh in
NOT attended by RL4CITON. W at it pams for
yon it maiman s. Will n ill . ire-he.- bndv or mind,
it refreshes v<i b natural sire gib ha cine-" io may.
Weare not recommending tecoiaiism in the interest
of unv faction; bat >oug und ex ended one?rvA ion
teaches u* that he wiio loor'.* lo ihe twite for resi
or ncnperaiion, will find, us beim* ar j . that he
is kindling a liri: in bis hoots ?liich will consume
like tin-fl lin H <.t perdition Turn irom it iak-a
tonic that will rHres'i nd not destroy. DnDD's
NEBViSK i- for sa e nv all Dnigiists. Pi ice One
Dr Har. see linois of Certificates that accompanies
each bettie. 7mos June2?
J^?KG'SC UVEIISAL ROSSI A fi
THIS VALUABLE REMEDY U\> EFFECIEI
innumerable CI res. and bis g.iined tor i's 1 a c eat
reputation. Ihe discoverer . f this Salve has spoil d
ltwitli eoiiucm succe-s in tliou-a> ns ot cases dur?
ing the Cilmean War. und han cured daigeroua
w ands, in manv casi s considered mortal.
MU. E. HERG is he eo e possessor ot th- valuable
ai cret ot making ibis ata ; from is experience in
using it in i nropr aun be rocet-SS attending >te s.]>
plication there, he has been induced to introdu<-e it
late ti.e Di ired -lates ! I' ?Kl I. VPS PA INI
Ito e ?ho have Wou d->. ni ni ses tut. ot all
kind?, oi ii're?, r.lons. Scratches Musquito tutes
Fros Bitten Joints, sore I.i s rhilblai ?.Cb'ldr'n's
-enrbulic complaints un Bead and Fa e, are i-rx edin
cured It h i s proved t great advantage tn ladies,
Jnj is i e uliar.y adapted for ?aibered breast?, rore
legs, Ao. Ibroneh contine.neut, and other canses
It acts like m 'trie IU removing foils Pimples, and
Cutaneous Disea-e*. onil hm been sncce-sfully
n*ed for > oms bunio is and Hore Throat, b? apply?
ing exi' ruai y evert ' v id u before eoiog to bed.
EorsBieby lldiusgiais Prl-e 23c . 6Jc,uud9l
prr Jar. ( mee. N . 2G'J U ?try, M. v. None genuine
ui ess countersigned t KEHU'o OVTVErfixLR?
MAN HEALING a.lLVE, No 2?0 Bowen. New
Ycri. atulh ly july 8
F . FA*' K' ? tli
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 123 Meeting-street.
CHARLESTON, S. Cr
IM.P <? j?TL'R AND DEALER JW
ENGLISH ANO '
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t . ? i
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ALL HOURS OF THB DAT AND MICKHT,
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Upon late bru ch of tbe business, the ntmoit
PERSONAL ?rt ead atieaUen If beare we?, and j*
PUB ITT of the # s
Ueed is com po on ding is GUARANTEED.
FRESH VICHY WJ^TER,
Of Dire et Importation.
EACH BOTTLE OR PACKAGE BEARING
THE GOVERNMENT STAMP.
CONGRESS AND COLUMBIAN
FRESH FROM THE SPRINGS.
. AGENT FOB TBE CELEBRATED
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRING
A complete assortment os
TOILET ARTICLES, A
COMBS, BRUSHES, **>
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OF NEW YORK,
S U R ti IC A LAND DENTAL
DEF0RMI7IE8, FRACTORES, a*.
Uar 19 wfm ^