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THE DAILY NEWS.
The OM ?tory.
?.TA* mila axe e*t and the bret sa ie op,
? An* tbe pro? ia turned fm a northern BC?;
Wi? ?ny chees tod TOW me a TOW
tha^you will .?Ter be true to me 1"
"Ikia* your cheek,and Ikia* your lips;
Never a change thia heart shall know
Whatr Ter betide-come life, come death
Parhnf, darling. Hove you so 1"
9b, but the northern sights are keen I
tba sailor elinga to the froxn shrouds:
s\ kfaahurna hot thtoagh his dressai ol home,
And his heart goes south through the flying clouds.
!fa? maiden lanaba by the garden gate
Bras sis ot love ar? tbe soones'i o'er 1
tates rall on ber lip? and hair.
And trna war d goes on ts lt went bei re.
ChuarK-atost Cotton and ti lee Hau-kter,
frnCl Or- TUA efl il'.LESTON DALLI: NEWS, I
CHaXLavrow, Monday Evening, Jal v 36. f
OTTTOF.-deners having lu some instances soften
.ad their ratea, a few operations took place indicating
a Ooline af a * to le f? lt. The transactions were
?ibales, vii: 10 at SH; 35 at 33* Wequote:
Ordin?r; to cood ordinary.3t 031
? low Bridling.ai*?
~By New York cUaaificatii n we quote :
.- HICK -This grain wae firmer and prices improved
?boat * e * &. bales ?5 tierce* ol ch an Carotina at
?*c w lb. We quote common to fair clean Carolina
at 7*/?.8c;good 8*fc8*c fl ft.
. Mar Atta hy Telegrapb.
?. Loanon. _Jnrj> ^ft>wi?=T?n80??7c3^. Ponds
Suiet at 82*. Tallow 46* 3d. ?
Aiterncon-Consols declined *. Bonds un
Br?ala*.-Cans?la 93*. Bonds 81*.
-raiieatatiiiili- Joly 94-Keen.-Cotton a shade
filmer; uplands 13*?12*d; Orleans 12**12*d;
sales M.OOO bales. Bed Wt stern wheat 9? QdaSa 3d.
^-ASeropon.-Co.ton unchanged,. lard flat
Evening-Cotton, upland? 12*tl, Orleans 12-,'d;
wales 12, COO bales. BreadstuflB and tallow Arm and
BATU; July ?-Cotton, an the spot, If 50*c
l>unxroaT. Joly 38-Bonds 87*t?7*
.. . .. poKBaTIO XLLRKXTS.
' Saw YOE a, July 2?- NOOB.- Stecke firm. Money
. sMffyai 7.- Btej?pg9f? Gold 38*. Cotton doll;
, ?rpbmd* 31c. Tnrpeanine moderately ne?ve at 43*c.
Botin ?rm; strained common $3 36; good fa 30
Jrening -Cotton dull; ia'e? SOO ba'ee at 34c.
Jbur. repeine lo fahey State ? 86*7 60; toperons J
to choice whits We*era 15 SSa* 75; Bcutberff|
firmer, ccOrDon to choice flail 75. Wheat, Mo i
'"??iring $163. Com, lair demand at noon's atoante.
Mts? beef steady. Meas pork quiet. lard Armer;1'
Settle 19*?20c. Whiskey Aimer at tl 09*1 10.
?brtetrlss quiet. Turpentine 43c. rot-in IA) 25.8.
*[ Freights li>wer. Money quiet and easy at 6?7;,di?
?otlnt. tK. 'Sterling firmer St 8**10*. Gold
ataong at 37**37*. Southern stocks dull.
' Bai?mnx. Jaby lA-i-Coiton quiet at 33*a."4c,
nour steady* Wheat n good den sad; receipts
Btfge; prtaao to <-holoe red tl 66al SS. Ocra dall;
prtae ?bete tl 04*1 C6; yellow AJ-t8al ia .M>SS
york $84. Bacon ?civ J and advancing; should- rs
Mfce. Whiskej tl lOal ll.
CDICIBIUTI. July 26.-Whiskey excited at $10f..
Provision* fl rm er and active. Mee? peck held ai J
$83 50*34. Bacon tends us; rhonlders l4*e ; olear j
. .aldea 19**18*c- Lard 19*?19*c.
tv B*. Loma, Inljays-Whiskey tl 05, Provis i cns
sTOoyant af ess pork $33x33 76. Shoulders 16c
WnjcmoTON, July 3*.-Spirits'turpentine steady
ai $?*<-. Boain quiet. Crude turpentine 13 70*3.
IrmmK Jnly W -Cotton, market duh ard un?
changed; salsa 1$ baies; Mtipts 16 bales: middling
&4TAKKAH, Jury 26.'-Nothing doing In the cot
.ton market; receipts 17bales. j ?
Moan*. Joly $6.-Cotton, market doll; sales
99tades; low middling SOC; rec-isis 8 bales.
Kaw Oat.uns, Joly 30.-Cotton, mare doing;
atkldrmg S2*c; sale 669 hales; receipts 216 bale.;,
-trxport* 106 halts. Gold $7. F terring 611?:. Heir
york sight 340 premium. Sugar firm; common
I???; prime 13*c. Mohme* ?rm.
Mgfjsjsk ?fe Co.'e Cotton He port, xor tho
Wraf* tending Joly kB, 1MB.
MSW TOBE, July SA-Tam MABXXT.-In oar
? lae* report the m .rket closed quiet at 34**34 *c for
Trt**lfit; tptimd*. rarurdtr. There wa? very little
-,. Armand, but Solders were indifferent ?bout eeBlng.
Bala?only 801 bile? st 34*tS4*c fer Uplands. Mon
darr, tba seat* wara confined-lo ons or two small lots
UVtt???m, nut "bolder* ?hbwed no deposition to
.Bros. Bale? 113bales ?t 84*c Tuesday, there ?ss
tittle Ot ?0 demand. Bot holder* wera firm at 3**c.
Balee iff tala*. Wedneadsy, there was more doing,
wot prices v er? a shade lower, and at the clo e there
Wt* a tatter tone, bales 1499 hales. Middlings 34a
s**e. tburiday, the markst wat quiet. Middhngs
BJ*. 5ata 764 b*>*. Pridty. the market wat doll,
W*B adacJiocla Pries* on the lower gradea. Sales
Touring th? we^tuie demand b?s been very tight,
? -tta ? ala? only reaching 8101 biles, moally to ip a
Bam Quotation? ?re *c to *c lower, aa compared
with teat week. Liverpool op< ned ?t 12*d, declined
to i3*d os Monday, st which figure the market
slewed finn as Friday. Spinne* there have kept
WSB ntt of tbe market, taking only S6,000 bale*
. Their stock st tb* milli have been reduced 16 000
Batts fB$> week, ss the consumption is s ti il upwards
of 60.000 haas*. On- sumner* would be glad to see
prJeee decline on Uti* tao*, and we hear thar tome
rSfflO* have restate* their consumption. If the
stocka af cotton and goods were larger a combined
movement in th* direction of " ehort time" would
tarts Its effect. Busy i he quantity of goods every
where ls tc much reduced that short time for ? week
tar two Would produce a sufficient rise and a reevunp
tlos of rall tm? by the mills. On the other band the
-et*?? of cotton ta tbe conn try could and would be
-shipped to Liverpool where long ?tai'led sor t are so
arrha issn t. If there abould b* any material de?
stile on this side. Our whole nock of 38 00 ba: ca
would be a welcome supply to Manchester sad
?worx ? last about ton d>ys at the prsten t rate 0 r wort
$aa>'. TTatltsritae* etrcnm?t*Doe?. we do t?ot st? now
xnydiel Boran be brotuh taboo tat pr?tent. WhtB
prl ea as Liverpool riso to a point wh.ch will reduce
sta tass* iitSMiiiiiplIuo which pr? ent prices have not
?done, teen tb* markets might be broken down.
Ttar* have tatst rece ved at the ports stace lat ot
BspSmtar 3.035.872 balea, of which exporten hive
taffeta 1 434,417 ta ea spinners 6l7,n49 bales and the
jatastatv* ta* A tate s saialler than at tuatdate. De
Bettm rtceiptaa* compared with last year, 63,017
tale*. Deficit In tbrpmenTs to Liverpool, 360 ino
In oar last circular we made upa table showing
tht'MHonnt taieu from the ports up to 9to Jul?, this
year ?nd las', by ?pinner? T?t show the incorrect
asst Of the ?c-c*l!ed overland fl, ur. s ol 241,000 bales
' Sbtsytar, against only 173.000- balee last year we
added i hem to the ratings from the norts Thia gave
?atiWies to tiners 815 796 bales this year against
?TIO, 187 hales ?sty e r, which any one could eeo at a
ata?o? wa* wrong: We re g ta;) to see that the au
tbority reMoatible for the J4T.0C0 halie, against
"JJ76.CUS bale* ha ' madeacorrecdun m to-day's turue.
Tbe crver and shrpmen s are now put down at <4l,i 0. '
lisles this yeer, against 266.000 bates last year, wiiich
ie nearer right.
' T?landA Mob?e. New
Florida. Or. can". Texae
Ordinary- a27* - t23 - ?28,^ - a?8*
Good 0> *
. dmary.- *29* - a30 - a30* - ?so*
XowMld- . .> ^
d?ng...- r.32* _ ?33 - a33* _ eS3?
Jttftfttn^- ?34 - B34*- a34* - t343li
tales of the week 31tl bales, including 3466 io
?pinners, 5io to speculutors, and 99 to export
Groas reo?ipt- at this p irt for the week 4706 bales
?Vaos latbeptrmber 639,173 -alea.
Bto-lt In Liverpool........ 3C3000 ?02.500
Afloat from India.. 688,000 6fti,00t'
Afloat, from America. 31,000 17.000
Stock ta Landon. 68.600 36,133
Afloat tor Louaoii....... 15 OOO l?.,,u?u
.tock m Hi?, e. 36 938 41.99 i
Afloat for Uavr-. 143,901 80 863
Stork ta Bremen. 8,745 11,830
Afloat lor bremeu.,.. 6.117 8 627
Stot?ui Unlied Sfc.ie* uoru..... 38U.0 769.1
Block m tbe interior towns. 3^183 7 .08
. . ?. . Total..... .1,316.447 1,668 837
Eenciency iu viatble supply . 331 fc80
Stock of o .lion h*ld by Uanchester ?t ioue? at
Ita Wi*, now 110.&-0 bale ; same Ome 18- 8, 105.0?V
tale?, al I idling Ortean*. no? 13d. then 10*d.
Biarra7. VturrU & Co 'a \aval?.tolt,cb
NbW YOrtK, Jill? 34- SPIBIW TOBPENTIHB -
Tbed-ma d .m. IJK th. werk ho? beea Llr.butrut
aetiv*. 1 he largo rece, pu on satur da j canso some
anxiety ?ind- ma l alee at 43c in yard, bat a be, ter
?one ?-ou arer-dled auo price, were firmly sustain
sd. 'Ita?ale*auouuttol700 bbs at 42al3j, mer
?OtatS Je, chiefly 43*. 41 43* f ir snipping and
Mew T.Mk btu?, ?nd i c ud. d lu New Tors -hippiog
ai4>*. iou do. privat te m- ai d 3 1 New Yo i
Bb** to arr.va ai 43*. - lodog fl. m at 42*. mer
abantab e. from yaru, d 43 ex do- *. the tone u.
Sba ?a rket ?vor? a ?adj pm ea for some weeks,
svpec ah? in v.?woi Lu bi receipt? on Wilmington,
?atakaowo wau s or exporter*. Heceipta 3176 bbl*.
Ai*? 496 bNa.
?.auts-OfaJgTadcs continue ta good demie(",
The busi m se in common ha? been at a abada lower
price. Good No 3, Sol of all gradea, and extra pale
are VJ rv scarce and mach wanted. Th? sile' an aunt
10 OOO h'olf. Common to good strained and No 2 at
?2 20a2 30, cbiefl. aa 35 for common a trained, and
$3 40a-i 75 for No 2; 3300 bbl? No 1 at aaa*, and S3 35
a2 30 for low pale; 1600 bbla pale at 84 75a6, and
1000 bbla extra palest K>50a7 50. Receipts 6760
bbb). Exporta 7967 bbla.
TAS- IS more firmly held, bnt tie hartness ls j
trifling. We tote sales of HS bbls at ts for Wilming?
ton tbtn, and $3 35 for thin rope, and $S'a2 CO for 22
?nd 23 gallon bbls. becelpta 392 bbls. Exports 60
Con signets pe rsou tn ?.ai on nu Hatlroa*
19 bales Cotton, 79 bales Domestics, 10 pkga Bacon
and Lard, 870 able Narai Stores. 3 cars Iron, 2 cars
Wood. To Railroad Agent, J alanball, Goldsmith *
fon, w G Wbilden A Co, Cblsehn Bros, F?lzer.
Rodgers ft Co. Ct H Hoppock, Hopkins, McPherson
a Co KuMaaaa st Bowell Q wSteffens, WH We)ct,
C D Aurons B Feldmann A Co. D A Amme, Werner
k Docker. J Horkatnp ft Co, W C Courtney k Co, G
W Will ama k Co.
fort of Cruarleaton. Joly g7.
POK? CAX.?LN JJ.A.J-C.
FHA ES er TWX a cor.
Last Quarter, lat, 7 hoon. 27 minutes, evening.
New Hoon, Otb, 8 hoars. 14 minutes, morning.
First Qa ur tar. IC th. 1 hoar. 58 minutes, morning.
Fall Moon. 23d. 8 boara, 84 minutes, mooting.
Last Quarter. 31st ll hours, 46 minuta*, morning.
MOOS I men
aura. 1 vans.
Arrived * cateran y.
' SteamahlD Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia- left
lb'?Tfd*? ? M. Mdse. To Jno k Theo betty. Kail- 1
road Agents, J D Aiken k Co, W Brookbtnks, Dr H
Beer, Bi.dd * Blake, Cameron k Barkley, Ciados A
Witte. J Cosgrove, c lagh-rrj, Herring k Co, Do wie k
Moise, G Drjer, V Dunabue, H Dryer, H H Fenren
baoo. C D franke, H Ge>dis A.Ce, a H Orouther, B
BesUn, B Johnson. Jeffords k ?.'o A Johnson, (j L
Eomanren?. F Kre?sei, Jr. C Lfiienthal, J Marlon.
McD ? Co, J F i aylor A o, A Tieocken, A H I bee,
J N Tidemaun ft Co. O o Q af, 1 B Waring, Walker,
EvanB ft Cogswell, P Walsh,
Rehr W L SprlDgf, Halsey, New York, 9 days
Mdse. To HF laker ft o, Adam-. Daua oas ft Co,
W F Paddon H Bischoff ft ?p. Glidden ft Williams,
DougUua ft Airi er. T stenhouse ft Co, B B Agent, M
A i annlunaou, Kinsman bros, Bart ft WLrib. B
CobaPA Co, Lam ey ft alexander. J H CampeensJ
Co. H Gerdts ft Ca B C 'Neill J <' Burekm er & Co.
A M--, ebb, Jr, BoUmaun rros, -Werner k Dm ker, J
Thomson kio, W H Chart* A Co, . rane. Boylston
ft Co. ? ft N. &lng ft Gibbon, J A Quackenbush, T
M Cater, and order.
sehr Anna S, Glover. Terry Boston, 14 days. Tee
and Mdse. To M. Goldsmith ft Son, Tudor Ice Co,
Kl.nek, Wickenbem ft Co, n B Agent J A Quacken?
bush, M Prak \ D tl Bile ix, Wc Dukes & co. F ?
Chapeau. J c Wood, ard o he a. On tho 22d ins?,
about twenty-five miles south of Hatteras, expe?
rienced m heavy squall, in which fullered some in
eired- from Ch:sob?'s lill), 15 tierce6 Pico, To
Pr hr Zeta Psi. Thoarpacu. Ba Ula ore. .
?rhr Adolcb arugr), Ad. ms. Philadelphia,
fe teamer MA King, Slag, Savannah.*
Krona tina Port. /
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore,.J.uly 26.
l p for tala Port,
Sehr Francisco, fiaawthex at Baltimore, July 2k
Behr A M Flann^fc, Colin:?. at.PraladelphU, Joly
^bipaevra-a? .. e'atcrapii.
New You, July 28- Arrived, the City of Brook?
* s A VANS AH , Joly 26.-Arrived, John L Merni],
Cl ear-u, brig Stadt Basil, Bio Janeiro; sehr Central
America, New York.
ta? sehr J P Allen, Allen, troth Camden, Me, for
Charleston, arrived at Bork lane. Jory 14, and sailed
, The British brig J L Pye. from Charleston for Lon?
don, pot into Halifax. N 8, 22d inst., for u ?ditai as?
sistance, the captain beiag nek. She sailed for her j
de?, tl nation the same day.
EJttT OF v KSStci>s
OP. CLEARED AND SAILED FOB J Ula PVAtT.
The HarmahTJaara, Fciauaoa, doa-ea.
Tba Vir oe, BaUuay, ap.June 12
Brittan brig Courier, tym, tailed.July 9
Bcbr Velocity, Pinkham. sailed.June IC
Brig H W McODvery, stotts, cleared.July 1
Sf hr gallote, Dextor, cleared.July ll
Sehr r lara Belle, A mab rory, cleared.Joy 14
Behr J P Allen, AILn, ?ai:ed..July 14
Brig Susan E Voorhie, Fulford, up.Jory 15
Bril n h big J Tito*, Lovejoy, cleared.July 1
Behr N W Smith. looker, cleared.Joly 22
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.July 22
Behr A M Flan na? an, Conlea, up.July 24
Sehr Franriaco, Crowther, up.Joly 23
Behr Lottie, Johnson, tieand:.July 22
Behr Carrie. Whltehngat. ?ailed.July 16
* jjJtugBf dft)rniial?1 (fftr.
JfOH. THE HAI?.
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PHALON'S CHEMICAL HAIR IN VIGOR Al OB
AVER'S HAIB VIGOR *
MONIGOMEfirS HAIR RESTORER
ECRNETLri COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HATB-KENEWEB
GHEVALIEB'S LIFE FOB THE HAIR
CHALI'ANl's COCOA CREAM
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC
BATCHELOB'S HAIR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
H AMBLETON'8 HAIR SLAIN
HAIB OILS, BANDOLINE
COLOGNE WA 1ER
BAY RUM, Ac., &c.
For sale by Dr. H. BABB,
Mav 8_No. 131 MEEI INQ.STBEET.
?1 IT RATE OF "l.\ G > fe, s I \.
A GOOD_OOOLING SU11MER MEDICINE. Ma DE
fresh every day, by Da. B. BAER,
May 25 No. Mil M-etinc-atrect.
Q O L O G t? E ,
?UPERIOR TO THE BEST IUPOB'ED CO
I OG NE WATER, manuuetured a. d sold wholesale
and retaC br Dr. B. B ?EB,
June2i No ?31 veering e're?t.
d?-D? TCHER'S LIGHTMvG FLY-KILLEK
Death to the L riog 1 Long live the Ehlers I sold
by Deat ers tver? where. Imo June 29
J O fl ii 0 . ALEAA.1JJEK,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
fiO. IO ?road-nt ree t.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AT
JUSTING ACCOUNT"* of Merchants and others,
and in WHITING UP AND POSTING their BODE Ss.
either in part or whole, fte. January S
JAMES X50X. .?CH* GUL
?V O X ?i GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FQ. voxsMjTa's WBARF, BALTIMORE.
CONSIGNMENTS OF 0O1TON. BICE, ftc, RE?
SPECTFULLY solicited an i libera: advances made
mer eon. Orders for COEN and Ba CON prompter
executed with care aid attention. Smos May lb ,
JL GLORIOUS CHAN? E.
THAT ANT SICK MIN SURVIVED THE
treatment o? Arty year? aro, mast be considere J a
proof that bom in beings are very bard to kW.
The lancet, calomel, eantharidies and drastic pur?
gatives were the J toe order of the day. The phy
atoian played Into the bands of toe apothecary, and
the unfortunate patient was drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicine}. We
ive in a nore rational and conscientious era. The
m port an ce of supporting Nature in ifs conflict
wi'h disease lt row understood. Complaints in
thentelvet weakening aro no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. They are met with TONIC S
that rally the vital powers and enable them to de?
feat the enemy. Chief among these a1 lies of Nature,
c ' * .
in its battles with sickness, is ^
lids won Je-ful vegetable restorative ii the^heei
. a? . . .
aacbor bf the feeble, and debilitated. At a cordia^
?ic t V^Ha '
far the seed and degrepid it bas no equal am OB g
t> ?*- *
ttomacb'ct. As a remedy for thc nervous weakness
to which the tender sex arc especially subject, it is
?uperrejlng every other stimulant and nerfhae.
In allcUmate?, tropical, temperate er frig'd, its act?
as a specific in every species of disorder ?men un?
dermines the bodily strength and breaks down the
animal rpi ri ts. Wherever ft is introduced lt bo?
comes a standard article-a medicinal staple. Drug?
gists, although their profit upon it is small, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation for which
everybody inquires, and for which nobody will
accept a substitute. It is to-lay the most popular
medicine ba the civilized world. Extensively at lt
is advert.se J, Us best alvertlsemmlie the beneflci 1
result which uniformly follow ? its uso. Every bottle
sold insures the sale of at least haifa doa eu more.
Unlike other ttimnlauts it braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral action.
The cheering effect which it ?reduces upon the
mind is not momentary, but permanent. There is
no subsequent depression. It docs not, as is the
case with all other stimuli, bejet a craving for ex?
citants. On the other hand, it sio.hes and cairns
thc nerves, combining, strange a3 thc anomily na
seem, the qualities of a sedative and gentle anodyne
with tnose of a tonic and invigorant. The perfect
purity of all ita ingrediente, their admirable adap?
tation to the purposes they are iatcudctl to sub?
serve, the juiicious pro;>ortiorj? iu which tbey are
combined, and tho scientiflj skill with which they
are blended, render this famom article al once the
most potent and tho most barm ices ol all known
tonics and alteratives.
Said by all Druggists.
December 7 ly
Prags, OXbtmif?ls, Cit.
O S K O O I
SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVES COMPLAINT
NERVOUS DEBILITY, RHEUMATISM,
NIUBALQIA, SIDNEY AFFECTIONS,
EBUPII0N8 OF THE SKIN,
Obstinate or lon? standing diseases of the
BLOOD, LIVtB, UBINABY ORGANS,
NEBVOU? SYSTEM, Ax.
It purines and enriches the Blood, eradicates all
Syphilitic or Scrofulous Taints. Restores the Liver
, and Kidneys to a healthy action, aids digestion, reg?
ulates the bowels, and invigorates the Nervous Sys?
sW NOT A SECRET QUACK MEDICINE.-?
FORMULA AROUND EACH BOTTLE.
Recommended by the best Physicians, eminent
[ Divines, Editors, Druggists, Merchante, 4c.
aT THE BEST AND MOST POPULAR MEDI
I CINE IN USE +
-pBEFABZO OWLT Br
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D..
(An experienced and well-known Physicien and
laboratory and Office, No. C Mainstreet,
Price One Dol'ar per bottle.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO ,
DO WIE k MOI^E.
Charoston, 6. C.
And Druggists everywhere.
July 2? nac?_lyr
~J~~^ A HUT'S PROPHYLACTIC FL11D.
letter fron Bon. Alex. B. Stphetu, 6/ Georgia, t
CBAWTOBDSVIXXX. Qa oeptember '19,1868.
Darby's Prophylactic Fiuld lean article of little
cost, but great value. Its domestic as weil as medi?
cinal uses are numeren?, wbue Hs specialties are
most wonderful. 1 have not been without lt for
ten years, snd no bead of a family who can afford
to Lave lt should be without it.
ALEX H. STEPHENS.
THE WONDEKFCL FAMILY M If DI.
Litter from the Sargton-Qeneral of tht late Confeder?
BICHM?SD, Va., January li, 1869.
JOHN DAUBY & Co., No. ICI ff HU am-street, New
aYork: . ?
Gentlem'H-I have received your letter of the 15th
of December, 1666, callina my attention to your
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheerlolky state that the Fluid was (urnibh
ed to, and extensively noed by, the rmveonfllb
cnirge pf general hospitals in the Confed?rale t?r?
rico with treat benefit to the patient's-all the eur
groi a making a favorable report- a great deal of it4]
was used in toe hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient fcrvant,
Si IT L PHE-1 ON MOORE, M. D,
THIS ASTONISH INO
EMOBT COLLXOX, GXTOBB. OA.. December 2a, 1868.
Pref. DABBY. Dear ?Sir-Hiving not been en?
gaged for many years In me active duties of the
Medical profession. I sm only superficially acquaint*
ed with tko claims ef yonr Prophylactic Fluid, but
am well acquainted with its chemical elements
While, therefore, I cannot speak experimentally of
the value of tbe compound vet tho disinfecting and
therapeutic properties of the siten?? employed in its
competition, together with the well known reputa?
tion of its discoverer, as a chemist, authorize me to
regard tis merit; as of a hieb order; on the whole it
mnst be considered ss a valuable contribution to the
class of articles to which itbelcngs.
Tbeae views, I may add, are ?ustalned by the te? ti
mocy oi many competent Judges, who have tested
its properties. Believe me, dear sir.
A. Mt ANS, M.D., LL. D.
Ol' ruts BOR NB, WOU MA? 8, BT1NQS, Aie.
ALABAMA iKBAirx HOSPITAL, \
TUSCALOOSA. December 22.1868. I
Messrs. JOHN DABBT et Co., No. 160 William-street,
Gentlemen-I received your circulars of their th
instant, asking an expression of opinion from me as
to the merits of your Prophylactio Flu d. The pre?
paration bas been so generali) used by the profes?
sion and public at laroo, and to universally esteem?
ed, that it seems to me to need no furl ker recom?
mendation. ' -
As a disinfectant and rome liai agent too, when in?
dicated, it ia not rxcelli il b> any similar preparation.
We use permeanganic preparations very extensively
in this hospital, and cou d not do without them. I
consider yours toe best and most elegant prepara?
tion of the kind manufactured. .
Rr spec tiully yours, Ac.,
P. BRICE, M. D.,
Sup'i and Physician Alabama Insane Hospital.
DO WIK Si MOISE.
May 26 tutbs3moe i gents for South Carolina.
ROSAD ALIS. ?
'ROS AD ALIS.
GOODK1CI1. WI X KM A .M di CO.,
Direct Importers of European Progs and Chemicals.
May8 stuthlyr CHARLESTON. S. C.
CJU?TH l.MtOLI.IA KA ll. Kl'AU,
iTEXEReL ?DPEBINTENi,*..<T'ti OFFICE, j
CHAKLESTON. K C., Apnl a. Iflif. t
05 ANTI AFTER SOI'DAI, APhTL lira, TH h
PA.SS-....JFR jRA INS ot 't? sou'h earvin a Rail
roal will rmi aj follows :
U*,'<, Charleston.fi.'3 *. V
Arr.vc at AUiTUita. 415 P. V
Co ;uocliiiK with train?. for Mont/ornery. Dew phi?
Vathville ind N->W Orleans via Montsoinert an
Uov* chcrlc-tor-.;.*.'J s., lt
Arrive nt Cohsmnta.c.iu p. Si
c onuecrinc with Wilmington and alasd-ester h ?1
".oad, t..-' Cauiden train
Len-.* autrusia.IV 11 A. ti
Arrive, at Charlefioc. ..9.lu P. .v
Ltare Columbia.7 15 A. VI
AJT?YC at Charlearon...61' P. ?'
ACUITSTA NIGB1 Hi"i'Ri:S>
Leave Crarlrtton.7.39 I". *
Arrive at Aumi>ia.cia v. .y
Connecting with trains tor Mtmpiiie, Nt.?bvill
and Lew Orltan?. v'a tjrand Jonotton.
t eave augusta.4.::1 p. Al
Arrive at Charleston.LM> A. !.
COL?MHH NIGHT tfltPBEaH
i SU.SHA 18 tiXCETTEB.I
Leave Charleston .tsB H. y,
Arrive at Columbia.MC j, y
Cornice ting i-uuaay a excepted 1 vith Oreen ville OD:
Leave Columbia.5 5 j p. xi
Arrive at Charleston.5. je i. V
Si MMEKVUJJi : KAIN.
Leave Cburleston.3.''5 p. v.
Arrive at Summerville. 6.i 0 2, V
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. V.
trrlveat Charleston.1.25 A. V
Camden and ''oJumbt. Pa>senser Traits on Mos
D?rs, Vt EI NESCA YB and SATDBTAIB. connects with
up and down Day PasieDgers *t Kingytile.
Leave Camden. .... 6.36A M
Arri.eat Columbia....!.....I......!.*I?Lt* A. tl
Leave Columbia.2,2t P ?I
Arrive at Camden.*.. ,....*,..",*****," 7 05 P M
Signad) ""?l T." '?kAK*,"
A pru io General Superintendent,
Jugs, (finirais, (Cte.
pEVKR AND AGUE,
fftA FROM WHICH MANKIND f>UFFER
? VJfJJ over a large part of the globe, ie the
f^k^P j consequence of a diseased action la
I^Vk/ tbe sjBtern, Induced Dy tbe poison
I IV yous raia^m ol vegetable decoy Ibis
_?aa_ exhalation is evolved hy the action
^F of solar beat on wet soil, and rises
? with the watery vapor f-om lt
While the sun ls below the horizon thia vapor
lingers near the tarth's surface, and the virus
is taken with it through the langs into the blood,
lhere lt acts as an irritating poison on the
Internal viscera and excreting organs of the body.
1 he liver becomes torrid and falls to secrete sst
only this nra*, bat sise the bile from the blood.
Both the Viru* and the bile accumulate lu ib? ci rr il?
lation, and produce vio ent ?oustitniional disorder.
The spleen, the kidneys, and the Staat ?eh ?ympa
thize with the livor, and become disordered also.
Finally, the instinct of our organism, as I. In an at*
tempt to expel tb? noxious infusion, conceal rates
the ?bole blood of the body in the internal excreto?
ries to force them to cast it oat The blood leaves
the surface, and rusbes lo tho central organs with
conceptive violence. Ibis ls the CbiQ. But rn this
effort it tails. Iben tbe Fever follows, in welch ilie
blood leaves the oentral organs and rushes to the
surface, aa it in another effort to expel the irritating
poison through that other great excretory-the skin.
In this also lt nils, and the system abandons the
attempt exhausted, and w.iis for the recovery of
strength to repeat the hopeless effort another day*
These are tbe nts or paroxysms ot Fever and Ague.
Buch constitutional disorder will of course under?
mine the health if it ls not removed.
We have labored to find, and have foucd an anti?
A V tli'S AGUE CURE,
Which neutralizes this malarious poison in the
blood, and *t?uulates the liver to expel lt from the
body. As it should, io it does cure thin a filleting
dt Border with perfect certainty. And lt does more,
or rather does what la of more service to those sub?
ject to this Infection. If taken in season it expels
lt from the system aa it ts absoroed. and thns teeps
those who usc lt tree lrom its attacks; keeps the tyt
tt m In health although exposed to the dlsetse. Con?
s?quent!? it not only cures, bat protects from, the
gr ont variety ot affect lo i* which are Induced by this
malignant influence, each as Remittent Fever, Phill
Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,Periodical Headache,
or Bilious Headache. Bilious Fever-, r-eunicia,
Rheumatism Gout, Blindness. Toothache l'ara, he,
Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitations Painful Affections of
the pleen, Hysteric*, Colic, Paralysis, and Painful
Affect ons rf the Stomach and Bowels, all of which,
when ariMcg from this cause, will be found to as?
sume, more or leas, tbe Intermittent type. This
"Au CL CURE " remores the cause of these d?range?
ments ard cures the disease.
Ibis if accomplishes by stimulating the excreto?
ries to expel the virus from the system ; and these
organs by decrees become habited to do this, their
rfhee. ot their own accord. Hence antes what w
term acclimatation. Time mty accomplish the same
end, but ?lten I fe it not long enough, or ls sacrificed
in the attempt, while thu ' Ague Care" does lt at
om e, and with safety We have great re ton to be?
ll? ve <hl? lt a surer as well ts safer remedy for the
whole class of diseases wbich are cauti d ny the mi?
asmatic la'cctl E. than any other which has been
discovered; and it has still another impoi tant ad?
vantage to the pat lie, which is, that lt is cheap as
well us good.
Dr. J. C. AT KR dc Ct*., Lowell, Mass
J>rsytical and Analytical Chemists.
Pnc* One Dollar per bottle.
Sold at Wholesale, by
aVbarTnton, South ?Carolina,
And by Bctail Drnggi*U everywhere.
3 une 36 * sao , stoib3mr*
O 8 A D A L 1*8
Purifies the Blood.
For Stale by Druggists krery w?ere.
HE BISHOP PILLI
TUE BISHOP PILL >
THE BISHOP PILL!
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sngtr-Coated.)
.'COSTARV BISHOP PILL,
"Ia of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, Indi?
gestion, Dyt-peppla, Headache. Nervous Debility,
tiver complaint" "Tte best PILL in the world."
if edi caf Journal, S*pUmbtr 8.
T E ? T H E Ml
T fi I T H E Ml
49~ Ail Druggists In CBARLrSTON tell them.
"Cottar's" Kat, Roach, ?fe?.. Extrrmi'i.
"Cottar's" Bed Bas; Exterminators.
'.Cottar's" (only pure) I aaec t Powder.
"Only Infallible Renie '"lea known."
.18 yeara eatabllrbed in New York."
"UOCO Boxea and Flask? manufactured dally.",
"I lt Beware li I of apurlou". Imitationa."
"All Druggists in OBTRLESTON ?ell them."
For $1, tv, (3 and $5 sizes, Address
So. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Sold in CB ABLEST ON, & C., by
GOOD lt ICH, WISEMAN ow CO.
Q J. L U H n,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
>. K. Corner of King and John?Sts.
SPECIAL AND PEBrONAL A?TENTION GIVEN TO
PHYSICIANS' PRESCR PTIONS.
DEA1EB IN FOREIGN AND EOJirSTIC
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS, PUFFS AM) PUFF
BOXES, TOILET SETS, cfc.
PA1 BUT MEDICINES
GEM IXE BAY HI M.
li UNSURPASSED LY A NV OTHER. ATRIAL
LDLTN* FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Have no equal for strength a*-d purity, and ougLt to
be used by all
SODA WATER DF.A LERf AND ICE CREAM MANU
Mr. E. H. JACKSON. Propiietor of thc Charleston
UoteLsay?: "I recommend your Extracts without
heeitation to thc public for Icc Cream?, Jellies and
Mrs. H. M. Dui. j i wiLLD, Proprietress of the Pa?
vilion Hotel, says: "J bey ate well worthy tho atten?
tion of those who deal in them or uso them "
These Extracts are put CD ie MEOU v?alo, by the
dozen, for tbe trade and family use, and in ] inf,
quart and half gallon bottles for manufacturers.
Congress and High Rock Spring Waters
CON STA NI LY ON HAND.
Any art'ele desired, not In Stock, will be procured
to ord? r.
Goods defered in the city Flt EE OF CHARGE,
Jusc 8 sac ruths 3mo
flings, ?jjtiBi??U, (Str.
F. FAWK M IM,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 133 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON. S. C
IJIHE AD VE UTI? ER IUJG3 TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of tbe best Imported and Domes?
DEATH TO FLIES.
BU RE AND "SPEEDY DESIH?CT?ON TO
IBIS TROUBLESOME VJSIl?B..
? * * **."
bon SALE) BT
THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM,
B"3T THE -AJDVEHTISEIi.
Wbicb bare established for themselves a reputation
s arpas se il by ?one.
Through constant effort and attention be hopes to
meiit s contmuaDoe of the public patronage wbicb
bas hitherto been extended to bun.
jy K . O. S. PR M PHI TV'S
CON iii STING OP HIS CELEBRATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS FILLS, AGUE PILLS, "
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonie
TEE EXCELLENT REM ED I E6 OF O. 8.
PROPHTTT, H. T., need no recommendation
their well known power in removng the diseases pe?
culiar to our Sou: hern climate haring already estab?
lished for them an euvlable reputation m Georgia
and the adjoining > taten. As the majority ot persons
bring in the South arc predi5po' ed to diocese of the
Liver, it ls granted by alt, intelligent physicians that
most of the pams and aches ot our people ara due
to or/?tic or tuncticnal derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Propbitt's Liver Medicine and anti.
BiliouH Pills strike directly at the root of tbe evil.
Tbc*v cure the Liver, which in nine eases oat of en,
is at the bottom of the Coughs, Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache. Rheumatism, Cooatipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, kc, co common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Rheumatism,
Neuralgia and bodily poins of every kind flee before
PHOPHITT'S PAIS HILL IT
like chaff before tb? wind.
PKOPIIITl'i 1,1 Y Kit MEU1CINK.
Dr. rrophiit-Bovine: U'cd this medicino *uffl.
ciently \ou\? to tot its virtue, i ud to satiety my own
mind that it is an invaluable remedy tor Dyspepsia
-adisease 'rom which the writer bu.; suffered much
for six years-and being persuaded that hundten*
who now suffer from this annoying complaint would
be signally benelitted, as he has be< n. by its use, ?e
deem it a duty we owe to fLis unfortunate class to
tecommend to them the use of this leoiedy which
bas given rot only himself but several members oj
his family tbegrea cet re.iel.
M. W. ARNOLD,
Cf ike Georgia Confcrense.
DOOLT Coran, GA , April, 1867.
Thia is? to certlty that I was confined to ibe home
and mott ot the tire to my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony imoghaable with Rheumatism, for
rive mouths, and otter trying every available reme?
dy, with no relief, I wa? cured with two bottle? of
Dr. u. Si Prophiti's Anodyne Pain Eill It, each cost
lng tf ty cent s only; itrebeted me almost instantly.
I thereto!* recommend it in tire highest degree to
others euffermg from similar dise se I can say
that it is one ot tho bent lamily medic'n- s now out
certain. Yours ti lily, W. A. FOREHAND.
CuvmoTor, GA., July 9,1BC7.
Dr. PrcphiU-Having used your Liver Medicine
for more than a year in mv family, 1 eheeriuli.v re?
commend it to ail persons -urterius from LIvpr at
fictions. Dyspepsia or Indention in ony form. 1
also recommend your t'y.-entery Cordial as the best
remrdy for 'hat disease. O. T. BUGER?.
^TAxronrvmi.E. PCTNAII Coron, Oct. 1.1807
Dr. O. ft t 'rophitt-Dear Sir-j hit is to certify
that I have used y ur Aime Pills for the lasi ten
yo rs. and 1 liav- never failed <o cure .lie Ague in J
Bingle lnstanc'j with them. They oUiys bi>ak ihr
chi'is Ihr Urft day that iii? y oieeivcu I ran reroai
mcud them a? heidie tbs ext a^u^ m< diclue tbat i
h ive vjr iOuud. and they leaver nc bail tC'ect? follow
II.".' them, as Qiiiuinc Ac.
Yours resjicctiully. A. WniiTlltOOK
PUTNAM l'ouTirr, Ga. September 22, D-'C3.
Dr. O. ?S. I*rnpkitt - -v-l have u.-Pd for the last
two y-ar? in my family von I iver Medicine, your
Cain Hill It, and you Tun Je roi.ic, and 1 buve. no
lea's in saying that they are Hiebest medicines 1 have
cer im d for ihe Liver awi i> tomarh Neun g c ano
Rhiumutic afllictiona. Headache, Colic, and pain? ol
eve i y kind arc subdued by them. After using thc
medicines so long, I cheerftillv recommend tb cm to
ai. y aiid every one, and to all that are afflicted, as the
bet and safest rem' dies for all thc disease? for
wbicb >h- y are recommended, Ac.
Yours respectfully, JAUE? WRISHT.
UR. PROPHITT'S FEM ?LE TONIC.
This Medicine, ?ito its associates, ie u safe and
ceilain remedy tor all curable disease* to wbicb Fe?
males a'ou* are liable. Il is aUo us excellent pre?
ventative of Nervous Blindness, or Nervous Dis?
eases in either male or ie i ale It w a powerful Ner?
vine Tonic, setting up a full and neecir>nlabon
throughout the svs.eai.
?il of the above Md leine? sold by PrurgisU and
Atorchante generally Jirougbout the southwest.
ED. S. BURNHAM,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 121 Eirg-street, (near Calhoun,)
Charleston, I?. C.
Prepared only by DB. 0. 8. PBOPBIIT.
April IC EtuthGmos Covington, Ga.
_ Progs, (Cornilw??, ?c. -4
J? I S O N ' S
Warranted lo Bern?we all Desire
It it 'urcly Vegetable and contains
not bing Injurio ti?.
The following ia one of thousands of testimonials
that are daily received by tho Mauuiactuxer:
RICHMOND VA-, November^, 1868.
DKAB Fra-The "lobaoco Antidote" prepared by
yen according to the iecrl;it joa have submitted to
me, and the ingredients ot wuieb I have examined,
is purely vegetab e. entirely hai mlesa, and contama
nothing la th erleaet inj u i i ina. It is not dissgreaabler
to the taste, snd aa a h om M article, I hope you wfiL
meet with ready sale lor it, and I believe that if the
directions are tallowed, it will do all you chimed to
lb JOHN DWE, M. D.
MW Pri?e 60 sen ta per BOT. The usual discount
to the Trade. A
AW For sale by J
Dr. H. BAEK, 1
WBOLrBALE AGENT FOB SO?IH CAROLINA.
yoe TA K?.
WHENYOU ABRSXHATJSVED BY OVERWORK
of head or hand, and feel the need of somethieg ia*
vigorating. don't drink whisker or an; Intoxica ung'
thing, whether under the name of Hitters or other?
wise, such articles give just a' much asyength to
? yo .ir weary bod? and mind as the whip gives to the
jaded horse and no more. Alcoholic stimulants SM>
injurious tcrNervv, health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING REACTION.
Dodd's Nerriue and Iiivigorator
ls a TONIC and GENTLE sn ?LL ANT which b>
NOT attended by REACTION. Weat lt gains for
yen it matntatre. When ltr>freshes body or mind,
it refreshes wi>h natural strut gtb that comes to stay.
We are not recommending teetotalism In the interest
of any faction; but long and extended observation,
teaches us that he who resorts ta the bottle for rest
or recuperation. wtD and, as he keens atti, that he>
is kindling a Aro in his bones which win continue,
like the flames of perdition. Tarn from it. Take s
tonie that will re treen ?nd not destroy. DOD D'S
NERTI Nt: ls forra* by al] Drugviats, Price On?
Dr Dar. See Book of certificates that accompanies
each bettie. 7mos June 36 -
"TW H. MICHAL'S
ASE FCR NO OTHBR, TARE NO OTB EB,'AND
you will save time beaut t'.d money.
SICCO BEWARD tor any rare of disease in any
stage ?hieb they Ml to care.
Dr. BICHAU'O bOIi'LM BALSA ll No. 1 cures
Ulcers. Ulcerated Sore hroaf and Mouth, fore
ryes. Cutaneous or skin Eruption-, Copper Colored
Blotches, - orenes? of the -ralp. scrofals, be.; la the
greatest Renovator, Al eiattve and Blood Purifier
known, removes a l diseases from the system, and
leaves the blood pure and health v.
Dr. OTOH A O'? OOCDEN HALSAM No. 2 eurea'
Mercurial A frictions, Rheumatism In all it? forms,
whether fists mercury cr othew causes; gaves Imme*,
diate relief in al Uns?*. No.d'eiing necessary. I
have thousands of Certifleates provins the miracu?
lous cures eflfbt'eo by these Bemidiet. Price cf
either No. 1 or No. 2,%6 per botti.-,or i wo. bottles for
19. * _L ' .
Dr- BICHAU'? OOIDEN ANUDOTE, a ??fe. spee?
dy, peasant and-raaical cure t r all Urinary Da.
ngements, accompanied with full-directions. Prise
aa per bottle-'
Dr. Rica AT'S GOLDEN ELIXIR r/AMOUR, a
?adlralcure for >ervons or Gen, ral DebCity, in old
or j cong; imparting em igy with won de ful effect.
Price $6 ter bot?e, or two bottles for SO.
On receipt ot price these Remedir s will bs shipped
to awy place. Prompt attention paid to al) coriss?
dents. None genuine .without. ih? name of "Br.
RICH AU'S GOLDEN REMEDIE*, D. B. RICHARDS;
Sole noptietor," blown in glass ot bot ka.
?fS?n D B. BICBA1D8.
No. 228 Varick-etroet, New York
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Clrcn'am sent_._!?_juli ;
E ll G ' S l M IVE li S A L H C S S I A PC
THIS VALUABLE BEMEDY HAS EFFECIED
innumerable cores, and baa gained for icaelfa great
reputation. 1 he discoverer of this 8alve bas applied
ltwith eminent success in thouiands of cases dur?
ing the Crimean War. and has cured dangerous
wounds, in manv caere considered mortal.
MB. E. BERG lk the tole possessor ef the valuable
secret of making tbls ral ve; from nia experience m
using it in Europe and the success attending its ap?
plication there, he has been induced to m trod nee lt
into the United Mate?. IT RELIEVES PAIN 1
Ihore who have Woutds, duties, Cois of all
kinds, oi Sores, felons, Scratches. Musquito Bites,
Frost Bitten Jointe, Sore Lacs, Chilblai a. Children's
Scorbutic complain te on Bead and Face, are speedily
cured. It has proved af great advantage to ladlee,
and ts peculiarly adapted for fathered breasts tore
legs, Ac. through confinement, and other causes.
it acts like magic In removing foils. Pimplet, and
Cutaneous Diseases, and hat been auceetsfully
uied for Corns, Bunions and Sore Throat, by apply?
ing external y every t ven i cg before going to bed.
For sale by all druggists. Price 25c 50c, and $1
per Jar. Office, N<\ 260 Bowery. N. Y. None germine
tau less countersigned E. BERG'S UNIVERSAL RUS?
SIAN BEALING SALVE, No 260 Bowery, New
York. aruta ly July a
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.,
SAF E S
Cannot bc Sledged! .
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot lie Drilled!
J EXPRESS BOXES,
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
-Please send fur a catalogue to
MARVIN A CO.,
(oldest safe m ann facturons)
"D*?n/?? r\?i ? 265 Broadway, New York.
V^SL V31 Chestnut St., Phil*.
Warehouses j108Bank St# cie*eW,0
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throoghont *he
^ United State?
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CH A KLKSTOiY.