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THE DAILY TvEWS.
Waltlnc ???. Fainer.
Ftohrrn a flihermin.
Over the sra,
Ttiie ii arm ul e yearning,
i ongitur for thee.
Bri,-ti i've? sr? wm tching,
At dawn ot day
ms; for lather,
lar, far away.
B' . j " 1 Ht'-da waving
Pro? ty ii? air;
Mother's tipa movlDg
M< < kW in prayer:
M'??i ' a of love,
Plead au; tj> Reuven "poor father" to apare.
Dreaming o> borne:
Bri"?? i g thelrllowe,
Oteavteg the foam
Gra- M t j'ht the rudder,
r pre : d ont the kail,
Let thb?a: merri'y
rance, to the gale.
Be t after labor
Cometh lor thee;
Soon, soo.' shall baby
Mt on thy knee;
' Fohn shah os praised
Cloe?* te thy breast
AU that ls dear to thee over the sea.
KEW TOrS-Perrteamafa'p Manhattan-53 bags S
. "1 Cotton, 177 hairs Upland Cotton, 94 bales Do
, .. mcsrka. Cl ?auks Clay. 105 obla Beelu, 119 sacks
Wheat, 51 asoka Peanuts, 99 rolla Leather* SO
. ?npty farrels At par*?ges Bnndrtei^li pack
P B IL AD i : LP a I A-Per steamship Prometheus-300
.on* Phosphate Bock, 18 bbl? Bo?in, 83 bales
Tarn? and Domestics, IA bala? Baga 2 bales
Wool. 13 empty carro, s. 44 tiene? Bice, 49
balee < Ot on, 200 empty Barrel?, 500 Watermel?
ons, and sur dries.
ClaarlMtota Cotton suad Klee tn ar itt 1.
OFFICE OT' rm CHARLESTON DAJLT NTWS,I
H?Ri.??TOM Satuxvay Evening, July 31. I
B COTTON.-Tt e market tor this article wa? fiat end
nominal; sales 43 bales at SOtf. . We quote
??<. <?'??? : UVXEPOOL CUSSTnCAZTOK.
? ; OrUinarytowood ordinary...29 (??30
By Now York riMsiScatioa ve quote:
Bios -Theta was '.? moderate inquiry for this
j,,, prices showing- fir arness; ?ales 65 ?eroes at
We quote comtion to fair dean Carolina
?t T>i?Me, good 8)^@8K0 fi ft
aaiuctt i " '_j -,
" M ar net? by ' Telegraph.
^LoapoH?. July 91-Moon.-Contola 93*. Bonds j
m*--y<i'>-.> . '..<.-....
LTWEETOOL, rttly ' 31-Nocn.-Cotton active-nr>
lujd. L7\d; O. leuns 12J? i 13d. bales today 15 OOO j
baie?. Breads tn Hs quiet.
Afternoon.-Colton active; the sales to-day will j
reich 10,003 hales.
BA vax. Joly 31-Noon_Cotton active; on the
?pot lr 5ic,aflcn 1 ll 62^c . ; r
v ?*w ?owr, Jot* ?\a-Noon.- Money, steady a 16?7 |
pavent premium, skirling exrrhani? 109J?, Gold
86#. Flcrrrr drooilDg. Wheat scarcety *o firm.
COBB fan and laflff lower. Cotton quiet; middLng
S3.ii?33Xe. Spirit3 turpentine fl m.
Evening -Macey easy at 6a7 per rent premium.
1 x-courx ni- IOC. B?uk s aten, ent If ss favorable than
expected, sterling exchange une ti angeJ. Gold dui 1
?* seti?Sc*...o?v*rnmenta steady. Is tate bond*
duiL Cotton unchanged; sales 1200 bal?? at 33*? j
Sol??? - Flour al'ghtry ravora buyers; (Uperttne State
96 9? to 16 40; extra State S6 75 to 17 Wheat taft
??mer; snippers ?re holdiag off; amber Indians at
91 64; mixed SI Goal 08. Whisk-y ll lOal ll Mes?
-??2c h**rj u *33*33 19>. Lud>Eavai BtoreB Md
groosrie? quiet Freights furn. lae net receipts
of cotted at all the ports of tba United bia tea
lat the ?/mi week' hsvs been 15 5 bales. Bx
-ports to GTeat Bri tats 42$ an? to the contaient ai
balta Stock oin/t?Bd and on ahipboarj bot Jit
?Isa?d 83. 171 balea
BALTWOBS, July 31.-^cotton 33>*r. Flour and
wheat fina. Corn dull ; wVJ- e 91 06; yellow 9110.
Oatiateady. ?ye dull Mess pork firm. Bs con ac?
tive; shoulders 163. Whiskey > 119.
-CrsmrgsUTl, July 8L-Whiskey dnB, $r 08 offered.
Provisions very Arm.. Mes? pork. $33.4; shoulders
lojfc; tides 19c; little doug.
Lemsrmua, July 31.-Port 133*; shoulders 15*c;
cleat9tdft09?a~ Whiskey 91 Itt
:RXT PBUUXR, Joly 31.-Midd lings nommai,
9234c; sales SM bales; receipts 189 bale* j Exports
I}99, ;.OeW ;$???. fteritngoO. New YorksicMex
<^ng^,^a3?C prersiuta. Migar, common, ll*c;
pxfaaayffi ~. Molasses doll; fermenting 69. Whiskey
^hd&csti July 3l-rot<ou^No buirruesi dotngj
?ales to-day 6 bales; middling quoted nomiraUy at I
Sl^aaJo. Receipts to-day 9 baleJ.
? BAT Anus, Jury 31. -Cotton- No sales reportad,
?teesjjtsytftdar 20 bales. Exports to New York 127 j
bahs..: tot?- ? ' zuta ag toa .
.... rjoaton M ark et.
BOSTON, July 28,-^Cbrrxx. -Thero, ia very l.life
donut m ?oibe, the faade supplying themselves only
te taaaUlofc ai wafted. The ?aka bava'been; atna
f09 bag? Bio at ltaSls. curt ency, and- 1 Sal Se-pet
pound, gold; Java at :iXe ?old; and Singapore
.-Java at 20 Xe, go?d. N otb mg doing in Pt Dom fag 0,
?ad eupplie* of this description cou tinos to be ?hip.
ped to Europe as hut aa recehed.
CoTTCJt.-I he p?st tu? been a very dull we*? for
cotton, but in price? very little change ha? taken
place, ?tocks are so mach redaotd and bolder* so in?
diff?rent about se:ung. The best grades are diffi?
cult to find, and no considerable? supplies of this
^description eau bo looked for untiL^he new OTOO be
tina to come forward. Tbe sales b?vj? icen at 28a29c
for ordin?r ;' 30x81 c .'or good ordinary , SSanao tor j
low middling.?nd 34*a-5c fnr mlddliog i'.JudIng
upland? and Golf, ana rr arket finn ?t thu oioceat
thew prices, aitneugb ?ales to any ex est could not J
be forced exrepi at ?orne concession.
? Doai-i ni? - Very little activity to no Hoe in cotton
k or woollen goods, but prie ? 1 are steady -nd a more
?LA sch re trade 1? abbi locke1 for. At present price? or j
>MW materai there M ?caree I y any margi? for profit,
aol ?Ith an active dtmtnd lu August, the tendency
. or th market won'd b* upwards.
OUTHIT BAM.-The aoarkst is quiet st 1 c 110 \'
OUTTST CLOTH.-Demand good, and we notice a
firmer tone 10 the market, with the pro-pee? of an
advance the caning month. The sale* comurise 400
balsa at M^sSfe, currency. SO da>a; 315 oalt-sbere
at 17c. gold, free to September 1, and 249 balee in
?rt York, at VU gold.' Ut Borneo cloth ?ale? ol 27i
ba>es at 12c. gold, io bond. , -
" NAv.i. axossa -lu spirits turp'ntino there ls very
little dotor,- the sales tarlta been confined to mt ..l
lots at n)isi8 ^c per ga lon. In tar, rosin and
pitch W9tm)mTkm?? at any lmpartance.
WlixnlDgton M ar ?et. u
* WIL'JINUION, |n 9L-TrmvsTrxiiue-Only 48
bbl? rereivocLjsbJeh ca? riged hs nd s at $1 tor virgin
and 9270 tor vet low dip. %s 280 Hw.
8v>sxxa i uuuun-la Mo loner than previously
quoted, ai d the a arket roles steady. Sale? of 400
Vi? M 3?gc ur ccuutry. an? i>9c V gallon fur New
LrjexN - uark-t quiet Sties of 681 bbl? at $1 rO
for buck. $1 56 for strained, $1 60 for strained and
Na a.?nd ?v 2D, tSaS 26 lor No ?, as in quail.y.
TAB-lOO tb:a sold at $1 fi bb 1.
j Georgetown Market.
GEOaGFTOWN, July 28 -COTTON-No sales this
voes, we quote from 25 to 27c per ft.
Coan-Prime whiwcorn 9120 per ouabsl, with an
upward tendency, ,
OXMBSB-Nb sale** to report Ko timber in mar?
ket abM9 Bearii oot ?od will be compelled to ?top
unless soon ?applied. Good timber in demand, ?nu
wTl bring Bur flsmvs.
'J trataSTisM-Vi gin dip $3; yellow dip $2 65;
scrap- o h im $176 per bot of 280 lbs to the bbL
Tia-per cbl, retail 99
i latex tor Cottoa ItTaratett.
ORANGEBU - G, July 30 -No sales during tbe week.
We-qupie: Ord.airy ??a27; low mid liing 28; mid
<Ding2'?. 0 - .
COI UMBI x. July SI.-The cotton mirket has boen
?jmpat eadrtly tar? annan die pate week ; a good
<rn*iiirty of middbng woo<d bring Sic however.
PAYANNA H, Julv 2?-Conow-Tn? CHOPS.
Sinos. oar last weekly review we can tate that the
rain? . have been ?officient, and gentle enougu to
give m."c J confldeocs to the plauter, though in some
of th? cotton growing legions we have bern vo-i
tivel* reformed thai the caterpillar baa eade it? ap.
?satsm*. Ont the etap e 1? too lar advanced to be of |
Kepari* from all sections of the cnuntry represent
We c r p aaun splendid condition-the stalka healthy
?nd vigorous, and heavily fruited; but all hoco.1
rig? upon . precarious tenure-the "pleasom" f
tn*: c.tariwll.r. let from ali ludloatlou?, we
preuiet a large crop good remunerative pries,
and gan "ral prosperity to all classes of our peo nie
We hm ?ee> ?tveraibolla wmch we in our hum?
ble yangment think give fair promue.
las af Aaxxx- The small business that h* a been
done anni g the past Vrvek. Is owing entirely to the
duals*ore s-at? cf the off.-ri og ^ l here har* been
bai 424 bales ol npiaud? and 20 baies 01 sea island
snmi ta toe paot werk, and aM that coastwise.
We give tue following quotations a? altogether
owDu.b: Liverp. ol middling S2; low middling 3t>?'; j
good. rdmuTT 1SH- . mm_ ' . , '
IMA JSLAKD.- 1 he sales of th? week are only 4 bag*
Rt ?*<';! bu? nt 50n vu! 3bajs ?t 6Sc the iransoc
Hon? b .ing too anim portant to tarnish materiel for a
rep rt. lae acouuib ~-ui tho lo--cotton -r- "
are particularly fa voraWe, tmt the critical period for
this crow ia only now approjchiag, ?md. eerioua ap?
prehensions are entertained m Bectl?na where a few
caterpillar*- bare appeared.
The receipts at thia port tince July iSd amount I
310 bales upland, of which :S03 biles were received
p-r Central raiiroan, 7 balea per atlantic and Gnu*
raiload. The exports for the same time have been
4'?bales upland and 20 bags sea lahnd. of which 2*5
bales upland and 20 bags sea island were shipped to
New York. 139 balas upland were shipped to Phila?
delphia, and 60 bales uplands were ship ped to Balti?
Rici-Reports from all sections whore this crop ls
rivi ted are encouraging, and tbe most of it laid by
for harvest time. Without being too rank, the rice
is heading out wen and good yields axe looked for.
'lhe area planted is about the -ame a-that ot last
year, while weean safely calculate oo bet er yields,
as lt can hardly happen that so artsy sec dents can
come ls Bush rapid succession ss last year, lhe
stock (if pounded rice i* reduced to about 400 ca? is,
while the amount of rough, estimating a yield of one
cask to twenty-four bushels, will sum up the total
stock to about 14U0 casks, lhere is a little better
di maud, but still not enough to cause any advance
In prices, where it is so dangerous to hold. We
quote clean at 7 to 8\a Parties holding ro.iph are
not offering, so that to ere is ho chance of quottng.
We would take occasion here to correct a palpable
error tba' is some unaccountable way crept into the
table of our last weekly review, i he stock of rice on
hand and on shipboard, waa se* down ?a.upward? ef.
8J00 tes whereas hardly a tir h af that guan tity is to
be found ta our market Prom the most reliable
data the stock on band at the present time, inclsd
lng rough, la 1400 tea. ii .. .
Columbus Cotton St ate neent, July 30
Stock cowhand September ll, 1868.............. MO
Bee? vsd past week.... ll
fecatved previously.. .48,178-48,119
Skipped psst week. 3?
Stock on band July 30,1869.130
Con ?in ncr? per <\ ortneaitern Ku Uro ad
IC bales Cotton. 1630 bushels Peas, 631 bbl? Naval
Stoves. 60 t usuels Bice, cars Lumber, cars Phos?
phate, care sto:s, Toba co. Mdse, fcc Jo J Mar?
shal), Jr, Kinsman <fc Howell, i J Kesr k Co. Bsedcr
& Davis, S D stoney, \* amener ft Al on see?. . olouel a
P Blunt, J H W urbmann, J A Quack en bush, J 8
.s htrmt r, <huratou fc Ho'mes. AGoldamltb fc Co.
Frost <k Adg- r Cohen, Banrke) . Oo, O 8, af ? K. Dr
Baven 1, W B Pine* el, L Cohen & Co, P L Gulllemis,
and ba?road agent.
Per steamship Manhattan, tor Kew York-G B
Twx- err)-, A launs, airs P u Lewis. Miss I Smith C
Hughes. Miss M 1' olney, ?i?* K O Olney. Mrs Rig
non. ? T Br"Wn, s L Howard. His* Rogers A Bog- rs,
Dr W D Well, .un H Burnett, Mias * H Johnson.
Hiss A L Horse, Hrs P ?vans, H Crane, R il ?ar
shall, J B boyla-on. R ihou li so.i, Hrs H seckeu
dorff sod infant, J R Ravenel. Mrs Mc-Asey and
daughter. Mr echmder, wit? auu four cuildreu, w H
Garder. W O'Brien, J HeCsDDon. W A asterling, E
Boyton, H A Boyton, T U Ce?e J C Carpenter, H
J Nevin, Hrs BaaoalL Gen J E Pieden, B N Faller,
B B HcCreery, H strumer, L strumer, O btrumer,
wife and two children, and ll is steerage.
Per steamship Saragossa,Irom New York-1> Dens
mo u, G e Moyer, W H co uri;. P S ? M burn, J L
Mrsdish. J M Caldwell. ? Cubstod, Mi?s fc Jinklos,
sn i 3 in st? enge. . ./ ?
Per steamer Dictator, from Paiatks. via Jackson?
ville, Ferueoidina and savannah- A Hotte, B -aias
and ehild, A Alia?, wife, three children, sud thrro
servants W J Cos y, -Mr- Hens, elster sud f.wr
, hi.dren, ..rsG. O Robinson sud daugmer, 8 Wrag .
Miss . ' Wragg. J P Hagood. H P Moiormick and
wite, Hiss Hoix-rta D, and?t, on deck, 7.
Per ? team Ar Pilot B y, (rom Beaufort vu Edieto
Mr Til kling tud aon, A W Taylor, H B Lee, Major
J Jenkins, ol J Wlisley. B J Wusley, Mrs' Hughe*
and two children, and S on deck.
P ?ri o? i 'ht*ri?-?HT?n.. August 2.
rna. an or rat noos.
New Moon, "tb, 4 hour?, 46 minutes, evening.
First Quarter lath. 7 hour. 19 xinuter,morning.
Fail Moon, 21st ll bonis 3 mirnic? eveuing.
Last Quarter. 30th. 2 heirn-, 38 minutes, morning.
? j *or i MOON I BIO?
Si gffg j anas. , am! j WA"K
3 Monday..;.'- ? .IS.'?. S ? ,12..35 *?..4i
aTc^Jjy.... 5 li *6 65 T.. 6 3..43
4 Wednesday, S 17 6 54 1..63 4..41
5 Tbnx*day.... 5..17 0 68 2..43 6. .46
6 Friday.i 6..18 6 51 3..48 0..49
7Haturday...| 6..19 6..61 Ret* 7..33
8 -n?iH3T. 6. 19 6 60 7..39 8..20
Behr Aim S peas, bronx Wet Pele t Mil!. 89 tc?
Bice To 'harston& Holmes.
Mesmer Dictator) McNelty, Palalka rta Jackson
ville. Fernandina, and savannah. Mdse. To J D
Aiken h Co, Gourdin. Msitaiesren & Ca
? Steamer Pilot Boy, Perk, Beaufort via Edi?to,
Mdse and Sund rles. T0 J Ferguson, A W Taylor. W
Bavenel, F Kreesel, J H Harri? ?rs. Dr St J Bavenei,
J Adger h Co, H Chisolm, Nieman fc Borger, and w
Arrived v esterna, v.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryd^r. Kew York-lett
38th lnat. Udee. To Bavenel k Co. G W Amur.
M * A Ashton, J ? Adner ? to, J Archer, Adas?
txpro'B Ct. H Bi?-cJioff A Co, A B'uchoff, J C Buick
myer, F C Borner, D k B, C D Brahe k Co, darius k
Wu te, lt A A P caldwell, J C B ClauRsen, Cameron
k Barkley, W 8 Corwin k Co. Calligan, KOO ? For
Der. L Coben k Co, w H Collins k Co, H B Due, Jr.
D Pani k Co, bowie k Moise Foisythe. MoCimb *
Oo, BFeldmann fc Co, J - Fairly fc Co. ii fi Franke,
Fuicngott fc Bro, H Gerdts fc co. J H Graver fc Co,
P L Gmllemln, 0 Grave ey, Good rich, Wiseman fc
Co, D McGority. 1 Hyman fc Co, Hohnes fc Calder, J
? Happoldt, J w Harrisson, w e Henerey, Harnett
h Holme?, B Kiatte fc co Knobeloch fc Co, Kina
man Bree, C Kerrison, C Xvrnahrens, Lanny fc
Alexander, A Langer. G J Luhn, L Lorentz, .ucLoy
fc Bice J G fc D Q-Harsh, M fc Co, Huller, Nimitz fc
Co. Mowry fc Co, W Matthlessen, T Heltxler, Martin
fc Co. H Marks, s K Manhs'l. v E Kal 1. oad ?gent,
B O'ftittl, Oatt niora* fc Co, J C ( Jjmann. P W k B.
FPO A; palmetto Pioneer Co, Feller. Bodger? fc Co,
yuinby fc ? o, Klec .e At -ch?chte. J B RaveseL V7 H
Sirin?, ? C Railroad Agent, J F Taylor, t Co, P P
Toale, ? Thompson. J u Vollere, Wc m r fc Ducker,
J H W?hrmann, J N M Wohl tn. ann, G W William?
A co. Walker, ?van? k Cogswell, H L Wi ttl ngton fc
Co, U Welch fc Co. Wagener fc -Mousees, Mrs M J
Zernow, Jo-c G Z?peda, and others. Had heavy
weather from Hatters a to the Bar Pained steam
?fei bea Gull off Hatteras n the 30th, bound north.
steamship Fa con, Horsey, baltimore-left - in?
stant. Mdse. 1 o Mordecai fc Oo. Courtenay A Tren
holm, fc* C Railroad Agent, Mis M A ?nowdeh, J H
Graver fc Co, Al Lahrs, Holmes fc calder J D Aiken
fc co, - teamer Dictator, CD Brahe fc Co, J H Hurray,
Pe'ser, Rodaera fc Co, H Kiatte fc Co, Ostend .rff fc
Co, S il Phosphate Co. Bieppe fc Lilienthal, W C Bee
fc Co, IJ Kerr fc Co, Col A P Blunt. I Heyward J
0 Bend rt on. Goodrich, Wlneman fc Oo, G W Stef?
fens, J E Adger fc IQ. SR M ar Bh di, W Marsch r. R
AAP Bidwell Raveoel A Hoime*, li H I in Istedt. W
H Cird & Co, P P i o le, C D Fr ?ar kc. Kl ID cir, W ck
enberg fc Co, Douglass fc Miller. J C Rlohme. Bogers
fc Bro, LI H Baer, J Heina, G J Lahn, F ? Schroder.
H BuiwinkW. West f Jones, O PdiOips^BU Butler,
Simm a A Bowell, H bischoff fc Co. ? A Smith, H
Cobla fc co, amaron fc Barkley, Jeffords fc Co, and
Lauroy fc Alexander.
British br g J Itut, Lovejoy, New York-10 day?
Ballast a ?o WP Hall
.' Brig Ellen Marls.- Belfast, Me-13 days. Bay.
To J A Ens]ow A Co.
Scbr ortie, Johnson, Baltimore-7 days. Coal
To the Master, and th Gae Co
sehr J P Allen. Ailsa Bockport, Me-14 days.
Lime fcc. To A ? 'Mobo Jr.
sehr salt?te, D xter, Bockport, He-14 dsvs.
Lime, fcc. lo Olney * Co.
behr Clara Belie, Amsbary, Boekiort, Me-14
days. Lime. ToOInevOt'o.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, Kew York-Jas
Adger fc Co.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia-<?no
Balled Sat ?irrtay.
bteamabip Manhattan, Woodbull, "cw York.
Steamship Prometheus, Gr y, Philadelphia,
Sehr Louisa MSitn, Urcutt, Jetsonville.
From tttia Port.
B.ig Moni-a Mc obi, Wilmingto.!. Del, Jnly 27.
Cleared for this Port.
Brig Susan ? Yodrhis. Fudord. at Boston, J.ly 28
Balled for thia Port.
The Vinco, H ali J ay, from Liverpool, July 15.
The brig Geirgie, Swan, from Georgetown, B C,
arrived at New Yura Jul> 29.
OT. CLEARED AND SAILED FOB A IIIS POA T.
The Hanna i Lixrie, Ferguson, cleared.Moy 50
T e Yisoo, Balli my, sailed.July 15
British brig Courier, tv ans, ?siled.July 9
Behr Ydlooitf, Plukham nile d .June 15
Brig H W HcGUvery, ntutts, cleared.July 1
Brig SusaaB Voorhip, Tnlfori*, cleared.July 28
Sehr Wanals. Featherstone, ap.July !V
Scar N w Smith, looker e'eared.July ?2
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt cleared.July 23
PU at D EXP HI A
Bark White Cloud Freeman, eleared.Joh 35
Sehr a M Fianna*HE. Colll?s, np.July 34
Behr Ftaaclaoo, Cro-?ther, up.Joly 23
Behr Carde, Wbitenurst. aaUed.Jnly 15
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Worms in ehiiiren. Mr. Wa uer L. Fleming pre?
pares a Lozenge composed of 1? which ia a very
pleasant and palatable f rm in which to admisiater
lt to children sad which may be relied OB a? prop?
erly prepared. O. F. MANSON. M. D.
For sale by
DR. B. BAIR, Wholesale Agent,
No. 131 Meeting-street,
G L ? H I Cl T S CHAN GK.
THAT ANT SICK MAN S?RVIYED THE
treatmenr of atty years a ;o. mast be considere j a
proof thu human beings are very hard to kin.
The lancet, calomel, cantharidies and drastic pur?
gatives were thea the order of the day. The phy.
aldan played into the nanda of the apothecary, and
the unfortunate patient was drenched morning.
noon and night with prostrating medicine!. We
ive in a moro rational and conscientious era. The
mportaace of supporting Nature in ifs conflict
with disease ii now understood. Complaints in
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. They aro met with TONICS
that rally tte vital powers and enable them to de?
feat the enemy. Chief among these allis a of Nature,
In its battles with sickness, is
Ibis wonderful vegetable restorative ii the sheet
anchor of tbe feeble and debilitated. Aa a cordial
for the aged and decrepid it ha? no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the nervous weakness
to which the tender sex ore especially subject, lt is
superseding every other stimulant and nervine.
In all climates, tropica*:, temperate or frig'd, Its acta
as a specific in every species of disorder which un?
dermines the bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirita. Wherever it is introduced it be?
comes a standard article-a medicinal staple. Drug,
gists, although their profit upon it ia small, find it
absolutely necessary to tee p a preparation for which
everybody inquires, and for which nobody will
accept a substitute. It is to-day the most popular
medicine in the civilized world. Extensively as lt
is advertised, i's best alvertisement is thc beneficial
result which uniformly follows ils use. Every bottle
sold insures the sale of at least haifa dozjn more.
Unlike other stimulants it brices and fortifies the
system withont exciting undue cerebra] action.
Tho cheering effect wbi-h it ?roduco^ upon the
mind is not-momentary, but permanent. There is
no subsequent depression. It doss not, os is the
case with all other stimuli, begat a craving for ex.
citants. On th: other hand, it sooihes and calms
the nerves, combining, strange as the anomaly may
seem, the qualities of a sedative awl gentle anodyn
with those of a tonic and invigorant. The perfect
purity of 9ll its ingredients, their admirable adap?
tation to the purposes they are intended lo sub
servo, the juiicioua proportions in which they are
combined, and the scientific skill with which they
are blended, render this famous article at onco the
most potent and thc most harmless of all known
tonics and alteratives.
Bold by all Druggists.
December 7 . *F
?inp, C?jtmifol:, (ftc.
'jp H K BIS II UP PILL!
TUR BISHOP PILLI
THE B1SHUP PILLI
A Purely Vegetate Pill (Sugar-Coated.)
"COSTAJtV BISHOP P1L?S
.Ts o? extraordinary e?lcacy for Costiveness, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache. Nervous Debflitj,
Liver complaint." "Ibe best 2JLL iii the wor.u.'
Medical Journal, September 8.
TRY T H E Ml
TRI T H E Ml.
? All DiugsistR In CBABLE8T0N sell them.
STAIN BARD PREPARATION
"Lobtar's" Hat, Roach, tte.. Fxtermi'a,
"tostar's" Bed Hu? K xterm tn ut ors.
..Costar's" lonlypurei Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedio known."
'18 yearn cstabllched in Kew York."
"2000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
"111 Beware 111 of Rimriou- imitation."
"All Druggies lu CBABLfc*rON ?ell them."
For $1, 8?, t i and $5 sixer, Address
So. 13 Howard-street, AewYork.
Sold In CHARLESTON, s. C.. by
GUOUUICII, WlNKtMAN ii CU.
March 23 nie ?yr
S A D A L 1 S
Purifies tbe Blood.
For (tale by Drnugisif H.verytvtiere.
Tt I ? O 91 1 1
Warranted fo Remove all Desire
It is l'are ly Vegetable and conta Ina
The following is one of thousands of testimonials
tbs t are daily received by the Manufacturer:
BichMiKB. VA .November?8.1888.
DEAR tm -The "tobacco Antidote" preuared by
you aceoroino to the ierei^t you have submitted to
me, and the Ingredients ot which f have examined,
ix purely vegetan e. entirely bat rn'ess. and contains
nettlina in the least injurions. It is uot disagreeable
to the taste, sud as a home article, I hope you will
meet ? Uh ready sale tor ir, and I believe that if the
directions are followed, it will do a l you ?-lainied ,or
it. JOHN DOVE, M.D.
t3~ Price 50 cents p- r Bot. Tho usual discount
to th? Trade.
??" For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOL^ALE AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
jp H E s II DRUGS
G rt ill A ri-T a CU.'S PHKPACATIUMS,
IODIZED STROP OF HORSE KADI8H
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OP MATIOO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
All fresh from Pari.?, and for sale by
Dr. H. BABB.
. May 8_No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
U R R P U Pi
THE ONLY CERTAIN
Disagreeable H es tilts.
AD OLPH I8AAC8EN'9
. ; no.: : .
sealed and war ranted to
keep fresh for all rime
the greatest discovery
of its kind in the age we
live in. No perron need
bo troubled with RATS,
MICE, BED BOGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. Isaacson's detractive remedy ie
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, ita cheapness is
as wonderful as its cfDcar-y. BunJirds of (estimo
niais have been received irom all ports ot the United
#lhe great advantage this SOBE POP possesses
over all f imilar preparations is (be FA C i" that it is
Certain In itu KiTects,
and free from the unp'easantrcss or rots dying in
theirho>s, as it causes tbem to leave the premises
to seek oir, and consumes them so entirely as to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numb*rs ot rele? enees can be made to
Persons In this City,
who have ?uccessfnlly ui*ed iL
SOLE AGENTS FOB F OU TH CA ROL IN A,
DOWIE & MOISE,
IMPORTl:B3 AND WHOLESALE DRUGGIST?,
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets.
April as mwfCmo Charleston, H. C.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA.
A.VD ALL DISUSES 07 TUX
STOMACH AHE LIVER.
TEXT ASS RECOUlfEKUn) BV CES
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TORE.
Manirfactrrred by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CHOOK AiTS APOTEZCA&X
*&-Eor ?Solo by Druggists Everytthere.'Vt
Februaiy 15 mwflyr
gK VaifOUING AND HAIll-CUTTlllG.
LADIES AND CHILDhSN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Send caters te W. E. M ABSHALL, Barber,
Apr? i* No, 31 Broad-street fup atalrsj
rajs, SfcifflitciS, Sf.
s is. o o t
SCBOFULA, DYSPEPSIA, IIVEB COMPLAINT,
NERVOUS DEBILITY, RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA, BIDNfcY AFFECTIONS,
EBUPlIONs OF THE SKIN,
Obstinate ot lons standing diseases of the
BLOOP. LIV B, UT IN Ul Y ORGANS,
NVPVOU- SYSTEM, *o.
It purities and enncuea the Blood, eradicates all
Syphilitic or >c-o.ulous > aints. Restores the Liver
ano Kldnrrs io a healthy action, aids digestion, reg?
ulates the bowels, and invigorates the Nervous Sys?
?S- NOT A SECRET QUACK MEDICINE.-?
FORMULA AKU?ND EACH BOHLE.
Becommendod by the beet Physicians, eminent
Divines. Editors, Druggists, Merchants, 6c.
*3- THE BEST AND MOST POPULAR MEDI
C?NE IN USE.
I HEP ABED OKLT HT
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D"
(An experienced and well-known Physician snd
Laboratory and Office, No. 6 Main-street,
Price Ono DoVar per bottle.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WISEMAN & CO ,
DOWIE A MOI-E.
Charleston, 8. C.
And DrugfrlKts everywhere.
tjyo REUUVE GKEASE SPOTS.
USE TAB DOCBLE DMILLED
Prepared, and lor tale, wholesale and r?tsll, by
DB. H. BAh K.
May 06_No. 181 Mes?og.streef.
jy lt . Ul (HA L'S
OOLDEN BE M EDIES.
A-K FCB NOOTBI-B, TARE NO OTB EB, AND
yen will save time health s> d money.
tn to KEW ABD lor anj care of disease In any
stace which they fill io care.
Dr. BICH-.B'S ?Ol DEN BALMM No. 1 eurea
Ulcers. Clcemted Sore 'hroat and Mouth, hore
Eye?. Cutaueous or skin Eruption*, Co,ip?-r C lored
Blotches, -orenesHOf-tbe ??calp crofala, Ac ; is the
gre.neat Benovator, Al eiauve and Blood Pi.rlner
known, removes a I diseases from the system, and
leaves tbe blood pure und health-..
. Dr. !(II'HA ir- GOLDEN BALSAM No. acarea
Mercurial Affections, 1 beumaiism injaUajt forms,
whether f nm mercury cr other causessQrTes im HP .
d?ate relief iu all ?.ases. No die Ute ntccsaary. I
have thousands of Certificates proving tbe mlracu-,
lons cums effre'eo by these Lernt dies. Price of
either No. 1 or No 2, $6 per boitl- ,or .wo bottles fox
Dr RICHAlTS GOLDEN ANUDOTE, a safe spee?
dy, peasant and radical rare fr all Urinary De
rajjemunts, accouipan cd ?iib full cirectiona, Price
$3 ver bot i le.
Or. BICHAU'S GOLDEN 1LIX1B o'AMOUR, a
ladlral cure for Nervous or Gen- rsl L'ebLitv, in eld
or>oong; Imparting en. igy with wonde ful effect.
Price $6 t er bottle, or two bottles for 19.
On receipt ol price these fiemedits will be shipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid to all correa
dents. Nore genuine wi'bout th - name of "Dr.
HK'BACV-i GOLDEN BR?lEIilEP, O. H. RICHARDS.
Sole Proprietor," blown iu glass ot tot les.
Address D I?. RICHAKDS. _
Ko. 228 Varick-street, New York
Office Hours from 9 A M. to 9 P. M.
Circulars tent ly Julj 3
JJ K C A fl K F U Li
YOU TA K K .
WHEN YOU ARTXB USrED BY O VP ti WOP. K
of bead or hand and feel the need of someihlrg In?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxica ting
thing, whe.her nuder the name of Hitters or other
wine. *-uch articles give just a much strength to
your weary bod aud mind cs the whin gives to the
Jaded horse, and no mor-. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPBEsbINO REA Cl ION.
Dodd's Nervine and Tnn'gorator
is a TONIC aud GENTLE SLIM TL AN r which is
NOT attended by HE ACTION. W at it pains for
yon it niatntalrs. When Un freshes body or mind?
it refreshes wrb natural strength that comes lo atty.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in the interest
of any faction; bat long and rx ended observation
teaches us that he who letona to the bo? tie for rest
or recuperation, will find, as he keene at it, that he
is kindling a fire in his t ones which ?ill consume
like the flames of perdition. Turn fruin it Take a
tonic that will reiresn ?nd not oe* troy. DODD'S
NERVINE ls for sale by all Droguista. Price One
Dellar. See Book of certificates that accompanies
each bottle. 7snop Jane 25
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price..
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
) EXPRESS BOXES,
FAMILY PLATE SAFE8,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN <& CO.,
(olde?t safe manufacture?)
( 265 Broadway, New YcnfL
J*"SEL \m Chestnut St., Phils,
Warehouses } 108Bank St, develaad.0
And for sale by our agents in tbe
principal cities throughout Jiw
. United States
FOB SALB BY
WM. M. BIRD ir CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CH A ri L Ki TUN.
December 2J Iff
Q F . P A ?V K .? I HT ,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 123 Meeting-street
? . ?
CHARLESTON", S . C ,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
PREFABED CASEFTJLLT AT
ALL HOCBS OF THE BAT ANO NIGHT,
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Upon this branch of the bnelnese, fha ntnxjtt
PEBBONAL care and attention ia bestowed, and the
PURITY of the
Used in compounding is GUARANTEED.
FRESH VICHY WATER,'
(HA I'TERIVK.) ; '' '
Ox Direct Importna**.
EACH BOTTLE GB PACKAGE BEARING
THE G OTE RN ME NT STAMP.
CONQRBSS AND COLUMBIAN
* K ?SH FROM TUB SPRINGS.
AGENT FOB THE CELEBRATED
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRING
A complete assortment ot
COMBS, BRUSHES, ftc?
GEO. TIEMANN & O? ,
OP wnw TORC,
SURGIDA LAND DENTAL
DISORHIXIBS. FRACTCREr}, ftc. V
May 19 wita