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Smith, W0wmx??'4i Ce.'s Monthly Cotton
LIVERPOOL, Joly SL-The prospecta of our
-market have grown more m.favorable fur the
co o e ti nu dunns tho cast mooth, the deficit
in the known supplv of cotton tat th? country
having increased ti om 250,000 to 351,000 bales,
% moro alarming; change than *e" had antici?
pated, roo main cause ot this has been the
very amati shipments from' the Indian ports
for se ve. al wooka aa compared with the last
year, and the large deliveries from* this port,
against smaller ones at the same time last
jaar. We think . the comparative deficiency
has now reached, or Almost reached, its cul
maatine point; bet the great difficulty re?
mains, how to overcome it before the ond of
the your? We can alford, perhaps, to redace
etoosut in the por a by 150 OOO or 300,000 bales
at Chnaimaa. but the remainder of the de- i
fl<a> m ?at be met by a r?duction of consomp?
tion and export.
At prenti., there are na pigna of (his process
BBBabag into play, and the longer it is delayed
abe more violent the contraction must be. lt
ia very evident that some time this autumn,
either through a further rise in the raw ma?
terial, or a co.lapso in Manchester trade with?
out such a r.se, an equilibrium between supply
ana demaud must be esta ob ab. ed. It n very
difficult to lorin an opinion, bnt wa incline to
thins: i bat American cotton, winch is relatively
the scarcest must further advance in value.
In it the d< ficienov ia so excessive that it is
mort difficult, to soe how the trade are to pall
through the interval bet weep new and tho ar
rival of the next crop. We osculate that no new
cotton WIT-hv ot notice can arrive here before
the ist of November, aa American spinners will
bc lett alni oat without a bale when the next
season OPODS. and must take most of the re?
ceipts during September.
Our stock of American ls now.bates IGT. OO O
Funner hnpurt to 1st November. 10 000
Total roui h ot American to 1st Novembtr,
Allow oen?na.ption and export, li,GOO balea
- ' ?er weerk, for IS weeks..182,(00
Stock 1st November. 23,000
Against 1.st year... 31,600
ft appear*, th ere tor?, that the n'most deliv?
ery that our supply allaita of ia 14 000 balee
p^jseek,. white xor the. aamu period last year
?n**21.000 b*?e?iAgaM9t' thia it may be said
the* the., trade hpl? prabapo 30,000 halt? of
?swiiijtu, ' rinftfin M etonk; but on the other
- harnt ?Bj have a ihr anaaLer supply of BK al
to- Ass?*'from-the atook being 55.000 bales,
against' TJa\000 bales last year, lt must not
herbx^often. however, that the priocrof Ameri?
can -cotton ia Tully SH per pound* above the
average pri?e In the Autumn of last y ear,, and i t
remais*, to ba seen Whether this will bring a
asmSmenlos^mwyent action to bear upon coo
sjfipfirnn ... ... m~~.~~~~-.
The pani ?ion of Surai^otton we consider as
xehUxtaly^ot io ktieaiig^ Ameriess; there mn
se aaao a sorties datotoncy in it, bat the pro
liai tliaiaM/m'^V"! "f e""anmptirm will oat
need to WSStf s? great as in long stapled
cotton. We luchne, therefore, to think rait
ibo praaont daVsreooe o? price between Ameri
ajMSispdiiarat cotton ?ill Hiereaee aa the sea?
With rogar i t? tho igroiring American crop,
we are happy to report favorably. The weather
has been good th? past two monthe, and baa
nearly repaired the injury done by a cold and
baokward spriDg; still the crop ia later than the
last one, and has yet to peas through a critical
time; so that it is quite premature to hazard
estarnas*' of yield. She area planted ia be
he ved ta be larger than last year, bat the labor
available no greater: there has been, however,
an abundant use of fertilizers, which may in?
crease the product? even where the labor em?
ploy ed ia no greater.
However the cotton question is viewed, the
praspt eas tn the immediate fntOJfl are meian?
Obol y for the c?nBDJn*r,.??d jt caonot be doubt?
ed that durio.g the coming wint er, if not before
?eri, a vast amount of machinery taust be
stopped m Lancashire. We therefore turn ;
with pleasure to a mor? pleasant enbiect, ye : ;
the efforts now being made to introduce Cht
?aae labor rflto the Southern SUtes, aa bearing
upon the future production of cotton. For
several years there baa been a targe Chinese
htrtm gration teto Qehleenie, whore from 60,000
to 100,000 ol thai; ,iaoe are sew settled, and
they have proved tbemaelves such excellent
laborer* Aa to have displaced the native Ameri?
cans from a?rerai branches ot industry. Since
the opening of the Pacific Ballway several hun?
dred of the?? people have found their way into
Iheaflonth. where the planters are ?ager to re
oerve th?m, and now contracta are being made
IhWhetjui?portatkm e-f considerable numbers
gtee seem* hule doubt ^h?f toe stream-cf
tiMTmSB^ rJe^?min?toT. ??*?^
oepobly the -crop jest growing, bot befes?
?.WWinat such labor wl^wo^? have little
u?pC.^rr'theBoirth na^reaejjatj iftaTlstls^ssi
ton materially, for the uerfrVWttrM iJWrevSU
to be diminishing, and will not be induced to
week laboriously eren with a high rate of wa
fas?- The Chinaman, on the other hand, is
fond ommaney and willing lo toil hard to ac?
quire it, and we be li? ve his labor will ulti?
mately be found more serviceable than that of
the negro. ._
Thia is the solitary ray of hope that now
?hows itself on the dark horizot.; we trust it
win be ?he harbin ? er of a? blighter day for thia
barrasse* and suffering trade.
BALTTMOBE-Per irteamsMp Vee GuH-113 rterc?s
Bloa S balee Cotton. 107 bbb Boam. ?9 bales
V . B*m, 10 twte* Hides, ll bates Domestics, 7 P*cA
. ' ages Wetri, 7ptclnges Leather, ?.soo feet Floor?
ing Board^Sl packages Fruit and IS un dries.
- Charleston Cotton and ft see Market.
OffViCB OF THE OHABLBSTON ?AILS NU Wa, 1
CW?rT.asTaa; Friday Evening, August 13. f
OOrroH -There was tome lnqu try from a few pur-1
chasers wno operated to Ute extent of 66 bales, about j
em the berts of previous rates. The transactions
we? 3 at 25. 25 at 27; 6 at 30; 21 at 30?; 1st 31. We
Ordtnsry to cood ordinary .......28 ft SO
Low ciddling..31 (a -
By New York classi Scat iou we quote;
w?st?m. ....sa ?
t Bien,-In th?;present rednoed state cf ibo stock,
the absenoe of transactions and the sdff prices asked
.7 factors, qaetattoaa are nommai, and we omit I
i y ? jn y rr* ? ;
?sArstets by Telesrravpla.
FOREIGN MABKKTS. ? ' ' '
LCHDOH, August 13-Noon.-Money 92%. Bonds
83?. busar quiet.
LTvxspooL, August IS-Koon.-Cotton active;
uplands I3*l3>?d; sales 12,000 bal si; sdes of the
week 75.000 bates; for export 16,000 bales; lor speen
laUoo 10,000 bales; rtookonhaod 300,000 bales, of
which 138,006 bales are American; the total stock
ls IA OOO bales nore than estimated, while Amer!,
cen cotton is 10,000 bales less; stock afloat 676.000
bates, of which 19 OOO bates are American.
Afternoon.-cotton active; uplands 13?d; Or?
leans 13X1; sales 16,000 bales. Breadstulb firm.
Bed wheat 10s 2dsl0s 3d. Lard 75s. Pork 102< 6d.
DOMESTIC M ARK tTa.
J*sw Toax, August 18-Noon.-Money steady at
6?7c Mering ?j?. Gold 34,','. i otton firm at
33Kc. Turpentine firm at i3?a4ta Koria, efrain
el $3 80*3 35.
Er ning.-Cotton firm snl in ood demand; sales
3000 bales at 33 Flour more active sud eui i. pi DR
branda advauced; superOue $5 96a6 66; Southern
SS96a7 4>. Wheat 2a3e better; more doing for
export; winter red Western i "O l 75. Corn rather
neayy; mixed Western Si liai 17. Hess pork
steads- -Urd taasaj asatls au^o. wu-keySiisx
al 13?. Bias rbi fair rsqueet; Carott< a 8?a9^c.
?agar lets active. Coffee firm. Motevees dull
Turpentine A3>,aUc Bosin S3 30s8. Frehth s
Brm. tiovenamexus otosed steadier. '63's '?3i?.
Southerns heavy. Money Sa7c Sterling continues
dull ai 9% x 10. (told dull at U\? blocks unsettle tl.
BAT.Tratoaa. August 13.-cotton steady. Fleur,
fair business ind scarcely so firm. Wh it lower;
receipts Innrer; red $1 60s ; 16. Corn, white tl 09;
yellow $113. Oats 60c. Mesa pork $MaM :6. Ba
. eon, shoulders 16?o; hams Saa2oo, Lard 19 ?a
tOJtjCi Whiskeyfirm st $113
CxanraauTX. uguit ia-Whiskey $108. Froid
sloes tm Mess pork $98 60. Lard 30c; not
satared,treei.v at qtMHationa. Bs ooo firm.
XocjarviLLS, August 19 - 1 revisions, very firm.
Mess pur* ?3*, Bacon, t-houluers 16c; c.ear sides
?X? Irt 43??<:a?;;-e. Whiskey il 08.
WZtajDrawoa; august 1$-3?rrftfl lurpenrJao 39c
Bodo ?1 WU W. Crude turpenttte uncbauged:
?uaTJetA, August 13-Cotton, Backet ?taler anti
?try little desunc?; sales M ?alea; receipts 7 bales.
middling SO^aSl; stock on hand 614 bales.
SAVAJTBAB, August 13- Beceipti ot c ott en 8
MOBILE, Aufiuai 13.-Receipt! o? cotton for the
week m bales; export* coastwise 745 biles; stock
371 balea; sale* for the week S66 bales; taloa to-day
7S bales; market closed quiet; low middling 30c; re?
ceipt* 44 bales exports 90 balee.
NKW OaUAit, August 3.-Cotton, receipts for
tbe week, giOit 1087 balea; net 306 bales; exporta
to Harre 1921 bules; coa-1wise 7s8 balas; sto<-kl449
bales; receipt to-day 121 balea; exports coastwise
7 bales; sales 399 bales; low middling 30a30t?c;
salea for tb? week 1601 bales Gold SS*. Sterling
48J?. Hew York eight exchange >?a^c premium.
Tko New York Vegetable ?nd Fruit
The Journal of Commerce, of Wednesday last,
"FBOIT.-Peaches-The growth it beary. Fnlhr
70,000 backets came to hand on Sa tardar. Prices
are very variable. Balta nave been made at tOaeOc
per biake'; at thees price* it is fairly aloa1 to the re?
ceiver. 1 o-cuy neat quality in crates bas told at ?1
a3 6a small fruit in baskets 60a76o for ripe Dela?
ware; prematura New Jersey ?6*35 per basset Mel
cms axe plenty und very cheap, savannah tel hug at
at ag6a40 per hundred; Virginia st 16.10 do; Dela?
ware at ?12*26 do. Citron Melons-Norfolk $1 60a
360; New Jersey t3%3 fl? Whortleberries ta per
onsbeL Pear?-common (8 per bbl ; Southern Bart?
letts tfalO do: Slokle do $4i7 do, apples are plen?
ty; orange plplns ?4a4 60 p*' bbl; summer do$1 60*
6 do; sweet and aonr burgs $3 60*4; ccarmon S2a3.
Blackberries are on the market pie. tl fully and at
taces a grut reales are at lo <. figures. 4a6c per quart
VxartABLta-Tbe market ls rarely ever BO weB
RUpplleri. and producers find lt d'?Vult to place
their stock at a^an a lair margin for prose flood
ripe potatoes are being stored to hold over briefly,
until tba market is eased a Utile. We quote a tia
1 SO per bb* for good lots. Egg plant per bbl ta
Lima beau*, new, tl 6*a2 Tomatoes-irime Long
leland and Keyport, N. J, 76catl per buchet; New
Jersey do, in craiea, 60e.
T be Kew York Rle* Market.
lb* New York Journal of Commerce of Wednes?
day, tb*11th inst., atys:
The markst for Carolina la quiet; the demand ls
from th?? Joubtng trade, and is snflactent to taie all
th*, lt offered, sales were made of 80 caiks from
the pier. We quote SXstXc. Rangoon ts dull. Ibe
.qpply is liberal, and me outlet mainly tbromab the
deaieiB, though there ls tome Inqu rf for export. 790
begs have been so d for' exhort at 8a3fcc. gold i i
bond. Lott to.the trade are "bringing 7l?a8c, cur?
\Vilmingt?? Mar ?et.
WILMINGTON, Augun 13.-PIRITA iURPTJflINX
bss advanced ?ic. Sales of 250 casks at 3.c pet Ral
RO?D?. -Salea of only 68 bois at t3 35a3 60 for
No 1. ,.,
(BUCK ItrapxKTnrg.-Salei of 800 bbls83 60for
soft, and t3 for virgie
TAB.-salea ot 26 bbis at ta 26.
KaskvUi* i'arkst . " . Ll-t
I NASHVILLE, August 10.-COTTOB-The market
for tbe pr?tent week cloao- with a little,better feel?
ing, owing to sn advance in New Y rk, bot as there
ls out a few bales of the staple here to operate upon,
! tba market continues dull, ana-tn active. We quote
nominally as follows: Ordinary 27; good ordinary
2#l?a29; low middling 30*80X- .'..*'.
HA&imtXE corr o N STAXXXXNT.
Stock cn band September 1, 1868......60
Received to-day.*..*.. 8
Received previously.61,? .'8-61.986
Shipped today. 32
block on band. 98
FLO US- The Baarkefduring the en tiro week bas
beer vry active and tbe shipments for the rix day?
amount to 3200 bbls. lncludlog 460 to-day. The mar?
ket remain* very firm with au advancing tendency.
We quote supers $6 2"afl; single extra $6 25aG60;
double extra t6 6Ca676; kmliy ?7 25a6; fancy 68 60
WHZAT-The market today was decidedly stiff,
and an advance confidently looked for. The receipts
today foot up 600ti bushel., and tne rece pta ot the
week Include 8V.6J* busbels, agalnai 49,766 bnabels
last week, and lt."47 or tbe corresponding week
lasTTear.' We quote Mediterranean tlal 03; red
tl 10; amber tl 05; white tl 20.
Coax- ibit artic. . of grain has been generally de?
clining dar?as! tbe week. Tbe orders are 8<ill com?
ing in briskly, but the receipts are .heavy, and deal
era are enabled to move with comparative ease. Tb?
shipments t>dsy embrace 4020 butbe'S at 9J. V>X
ant 95c delivered in depot
OAT*-Coming in slowly and purchased from
wagon at 46c.
Lonaac nets per-?ou to -t ai o? i n u lt stiroaii
August VA aad 13.
. 69 balta Cot?ou.. 106 bales Domestica, 249 sack?
Wheat, 68 sacks Flour, 66 bbs Flour, 84 packauea
: Bacon and Lord, 424 bbls Naval ?totes. 2 cars Lum?
ber, 3 cara Wo jd, 3 cara Stock. To Railroad Agent
Gold un th k -on, Cleghorn, Herring A Co, Ompsen
& Co, W W smith. G Foll?n, L 1 lita. J K Pringle. G
Bv Watter i Co, Kirkpatrick A Witte. P Irer, Rodgers
Ato W Q Courtney s Co, Stenhouse At co. Blecke
, 4s Schachte, D A Ammo, O Xidcmaun, Werner k
Ducker, W s ?.erwin ?Co, 0 D ahrensA- Co, KUnck,
Wittenberg 4 co, Wsrdlaw fc t'srew, J Marshall. K
Mure k Co. Graeser Ar -raith. Johnston. Crews flt Co,
Boeder k Davis, and Kinsman k Howell.
Per steamship Se* Gull, for Ballimore-Rev W 8
Bowman, W H Boring, C O Michaelis, P T Hayna, T
Byan, W Meade B Croaker, and Mia Heyne
F?r st? amer Pilot Boy, fi om Beaufo.t vis Edi ito
G F Jacssun, J B BandaU, Dr H B Cook, J J flana?
gan, M B Brown. G P Bilton, J bessel, ? H Barn?
well, J Wbaley. C W haley, tr, W 8 Edin gt, and H 0
Port of Charleston. Auirust 14
rsa ta or THE KOON.
Kew Moon, 7th, 4 hours, 46 minutes, evening,
first Quarter. 14th. 7 hour. 19 min?tes, morning.
Foll Moon, 21st ll hours. 3 minutes, eveuiug.
Last Quarter. 30th. 2 hours, 38 minutes, morning.
121 Thur* Jay...
Arrivetl % esteraay.
8 te ?mer Punt Boy, Peck Beaufort via Edit to, ac.
Mdse and b anuri M. To Agent
Steamship Be* GuH, Dutton, Baltimore-Courtenay
Steamship Sea Gul!, Dutton. Baltimore.
Behr Myrover. Brown, New York,
Behr Lottie, Johnson, Providojce, B I.
Krona tb ls Pore
Steamship Champion. Lockwood, New York, August
Cleared) for this Port.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, at Philadelphia, Au
Steamship Sarsgossa Byder, at New York, August IL
Brig M C Boeevelt Farnsworth, at Boston via
Holmes' Hole, August ll.
tUST OK VKSMKI.N
OP. CL KA BED AND SAILED FOB I BIS POhT
Tbe Hannah Lizzie, Ferguson, cleared. May 20
The Vinco, Ballway, sailed.July 15
British brig Courier, Evans, sailed.July s
Behr Vidocity, PinkUam, sailed.June 16
Brig M C Rosevelt, Fsrnswortb, cleared.. .August ll
Brig J A Devereux, Clark, up .Aug>at 9
Brig Cyclcne, Friubie, up.August "
Steamship Saragossa, Byder, cleared.August ll
Behr Geordie, brr rn, up.Jnh ai
sch Lilly, Bugbes, up.Aneust 4
SchrMenewa Diasosway cleared.August 9
Steamship Prometheus, cray, cleared_August 10
Sehr Amanda Flannagan, Collir-s, cleared... .July 30
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~T~y AUB Y'S PK?PHYLACTIC FLCLD.
letter from Hon. Alex. H. St'Phent, oj Georgia.
I'BAWTOBDSVILLX, Gs heptember 29. 1868
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid ls an article of little
cost, bet erest value. Its domestic as well as medi?
cinal otes are numerous, wblle its specialties are
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ten years, rod no bead of a tamil y who can afford
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d ALEX. H. STEPHENS.
THE IVON DE BPI 1- FAMILY Mb: DI.
Letter frtm Ute Surgeon-General of the laie Confider
' ate State*.
ErCHMOND, Va, January 14.1669.
JOHN DAKBT k Co.,-No. 160 W Oh am-street, New
Gmtlem-n-l have received your letter of the 16ih
of December, 1866, calling my attention to your
(Darby's Prophvlactic) Fluid. vL .
I most cheerfully state that the Fluid was furnish?
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vice with great benefit to the patients-all the sur?
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was used iu the ho?pit?is. - -
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
?A XIX PKEsTON MOORE, M. D,
EMOET COLLECTS, GXTORD. GA., December 28, 1868.
Prof. DABBT. Dear Sir- Having nor been en?
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Medical profession. 1 am only superficially acquaint?
ed with the claims ef your Prophylactic Fluid, but
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While, therefore, I cannot speak experimentally of
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TUSCALOOSA. December 22.1868.,
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Instant, asking an expression ot' opinion from mo as
to tbe merits of your Prophylactic Fluid. 1 be pre?
paration has been so g..-n? -rally used by the profes?
sion and public at large, and so universally esteem?
ed, that it seems to me to need no further recom?
As a disinfectant and remeJial agent too, when lu
dirat d, it is not excelh d bt any similar preparation.
We use permeanganic preparations very extensively
in this ks sp'tal, and cou d not do without them. I
consider youie ttie best and most elegant prepara?
tion ol the kind manufactured. . ..
BespectluUy yours, Ac,
P. BRICE, M. D.,
Eup't and Physician Alabama Insane Bospital.
DO WI IC Ai MOISE,
May 25^roths3mos Agents for South Carolina.
ROSAD ALIS. ?
GOODRICH, WI NEMA\ di CO.,
Direct Importers of European Drugs and Chemicals,.
May8 itnthlyr CB ABLE8TON. 8. C.
JpOR THE HAIR.
PHALONS CHEMICAL H ALB IN V1Q ORATOR
AYE R'S H Al ti VIGOR
MON IGOMERyS HAIR RESTORER
BURNETT'S COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE POR THE HAIR
CH ALP AN T'S COCOA CREAM
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC
BATCHELORS HA TR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON'S HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY RUM, &c, &c.
Fer sale by Dr. H. BA KR,
May 8_No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
?puss II DRUGS*
G Kl.tl Ar LT Si CO.'S PREPARATIONS
IODIZED 8YRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHIIE OF LIME
Ali fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. H. DAER,
May 8 Xo. 131 MEETING.3TREET.
Q O L O G H E ,
fDPERIOR TO TBE BE&T IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured and soid wholesale
and rehu? by Dr. H B \ER.
June 21 No 181 Meeting-street i
_J^^ ?,cmii??5, (Ctr.
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
9. S. Corner of Kine and John-s ts.
SPECIAL ANL) PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
PHYSICIANS' PRESCH PTIONS.
SEALER IK FOREIGN ANS DOMESTIC
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS, PUFFS A AD PUFf
BOXES. TOILET SETS, ?e.
PAT EST MEDICINES
G KM'INK BAY BIM.
IS UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER. A TRIAL
WILL REPAY YOU.
LUHN'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Have no equal for strength and purity, and ought to
bp used by all
SODA WATER DEA LEES AND ICE CREAM MANU?
Mr. E. H. JACKTON. Proprietor of the Charleston
Hotel, says: "I recommend your Extract? without
hesitation to (bo public for Ice Cream?, Jellies and
Mrs. H. M. BUXXEKFTELI). Proprietress of the Pa?
vilion Hotel, says: "They are well worthy the atten?
tion of those who deal In them or nae them "
These Extracts are put up in small rials, by the
dozen, for tho--trade and family use, and in pint,
quart and half gallon bottles for manufacturers.
Congress and nigh Koek Spring Waters
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Any art'cle desired, not in Stock, v. ill be procured
Gooda delivered iu the city FREE OF CHARGE.
June 8 nae tu thu .'imo
Purifies the Blood.
For snit- by Drn?gistt Everywhere.
Jul> 28 Iii
rp UK BISHOP PILLI
THE lil S HOP PILL!
THE BIS HUP PILLI
A Purely V?neta ole Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTARS" BISHOP PILI/,
?Ta of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, Inch
gesti?n, Dyspepsia, Headache, Nervous Debility,
Liver cou.plaint." "Thebest PILL in the world."
Medical Journal, September 8.
TRY T H E Ml
TRY T ? E SI!
49- All Druggists in CHARLESTON etil them.
"Cottar's"' Kat, Roach, die.. Ext cr m i's.
"Costar's" Bed Bug Exterminators.
..Costar's" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedies known."
"18 year? established in New York."
"2000 Boxes sod Flsska manufactured daily."
"111 Beware 111 of apuriou? imitation ?."
"All Druggists In CHARLESTON sell them."
For ll, $2, $3 and $5 sizes, Address
"COSTA ll" COMP A.NY.
No. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Sold tn CHARLESTON, S. C.. by
GUOOH1CH, W IN K.MAN' di CO.
March 2-S DAG Ivr
EVKK AND AGUE,
-war-?aav FROM WHICH MANKIND SUFFER
I ^ta over a large part of the niobe, ls the
I consequence of a diseased action In
^?T^m\\M tua system, induced bv the polfon
H HT yous miasin ol vegetable decay Ibis
_HL- J^fcp/exhalation is evolved I y the action
of solar beat on wet soil, and r ees
dy with the watery vapor fi om it.
While the sun is below the horizon this vapor
lingera near the tartb'x surface, and thc virus
is taken with lt throua? the lungs into the blood.
Iberc it acts as an irrite ting poison on the
internal viscera and excreting organs of the bod?.
'Ihe liver becomes torpid and fails io secrete sot
only this virus, but also the bile from the blood.
Both the virus and the bile accumulate in the circu?
lation, ?nd produce vio ent constitutional disorder.
The spleen, the kidneys, and the stomach sympa?
thize with the liv. r, and become disordered also.
Finally, the instinct or nur organism, as lt in an at?
tempt to exnel th? noxious infusion, concentrates
the ?.bole blood of the body in the internal excreto?
ries to force them to cast it ont. The blood leaves
the surface, and rushes lo the central organs with
congestivo violence. lhi? i*Tbe CuilL Bat in this
effort it (ails. Then the Fever follows, in which the
blood leaves the central organs and rashes to the
surface, as it in another effort to expel the irritating
poison through that other great excretory-the akin.
In this also it fails, and the system abandons the
attempt exhausted, and w its tor thc recovery ol
strength to repeat the hopeless effort another day
These are (he fits ot paroxysm* ot Fever and Ague.
Such constitutional disorder will of course under
minc the health if it is not removed.
We have laoored to Dnd, and nave found an anti?
A Yi K '? AGUE LI RE.
Which neutralizes this malarious poison In thc
blood, ond stimulate.- the liver to expel it from tho
body. As it should, o it OOPS cure tin- afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more
or rather does what is of more service to those sub
jc t to thia infection. If taken in at ason it excels
it from the system as it is absorbed, and thu-* beet s
ibose who use it tree .rom ita attacks; keeps the ?ys
t> m in health although expo-ed to tbe disease. Con
siquentl. it not only enies, b?t protects iroru, the
gre-t variety of affcetio s winch are iuduced by this
maliguant influence, such as Remittent Fever. Chill
Fever. Dumb, or Masked Ague, Periodical Headache,
or Iiilious Headache. Bilious Ft-vtr*, >euralg?a.
Rheumatism Oont, Blindness. Toothache ? ara,he.
Catarrh, Aathma, Palpitations Painful Affections ol
the pleen, Hysterics, Colic, Paralysis, and Fsiniul
Affect ons ' f the Stoma-? and trowels, all of which,
wheu ati-iug trc.ni this cause, will be found to as?
sume, more or less, the Intermittent type. This
"AGUE CUBE " removes the cause of these derange?
ments ard cures the disease.
Ibis H accomplishes by etimulatirg tbe excreto?
ries to expol the virus from the system; sud these
organs by decrees become habited lo do this, their
rffl.ee, of their own accord. Hence arises wba'
term acclimatation, lime may accomplish the same
end, but otten I ? fe is not long enough, or ls sacrificed
in tie attempt, while this ' Ague Cure" does lt at
once, and with safety We bave great re son to be?
lieve ibis is a surer as well as safer remedy for the
wholo class of diseases which aro causi d r>y the mi?
asmatic iniecti n, than any other which bas been
discovered; and it has still another imp?t tant ad?
vantage to the public, which is, that it is cheap ae
well as good.
Or. J. C. AYEK di Ct?., Lowell, Mass
fray-tical and Analytical enemista.
Pfice One Dollar per bottle.
Sold at Wholesale, by
DOWIE A MOISE,
Charleston, South Carolina,
And by Retail Druggists everywhere.
June 26 pto stathSmos
F . F A N K N I 6! ,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 123 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. O
r?UE ADVERTISER BEOS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of toe best Imported and Domes
DEATH TO FLIES.
SURE AND SPEEDY DESTRUCTION TO
TBS TROUBLESOME YI8ITOB.
PUK SALK BY
THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM,
B"ST THE ADVERTISER.
Which ba vc established for themselves a r?putation
surpassed by none.
Through constant effort and attention be bopes to
merit a continuance of the public patronage which
has hitherto been extended to him.
February Iii ruthelyr
?jy lt, O. S. FROPHITT'S
COJiSISTE?Q OF HIS CELEBRATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
TBE EXCELLENT REMEDIES OF O. 8.
PBOPHTTT, ii. D., need no recommendation
their well known povaf in removing the diseases pe?
culiar to our Southern climate having already estab?
lished for them sn enviable reputation m Georgia
and the adjoining states. As the majority ot persons
living in the South are predi?po?ed tc di?ease of tbs
Liver, it is granted by all intelligent physicians that
most of the pains and aches of our people are due
to organic or lunctional derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Propbitl's Liver Medicine and Anti
Bilious Pills strike directly at the root of toe evil.
Tbdv cure the Liver, which in nine cases out of en,
ts at the bottom of the Coupb*. Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache. Bheumstism, Constipation. Alon
strusl Obstructions, ko., so common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Bheumstism,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind five before
pttopiiiT r s PA irs KILL rr
like chaff before the winrL
Pit O PH I TI 's Ll YE K MEDICINE.
Dr. Fropititt-Having u cd this medicine suffi?
ciently loni; to te.-1 its virtue, i nd to satisfy my own
mind that it is an Invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia
-a disease from wbich the writer bas suffered mucb
for six years-and being persuaded that bundie ?
who now suffer from this annoying complaint would
be signally benefltted, as he has be. n. by its use, ne
deem lt a dulv we owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them the use of this remedy, which
has K? ven i.ot only himself but several members ot
bis family tbeerea'est relief.
M. W. ARNOLD,
Of the Georgia Conference.
DOOLY COUNTY, GA , April, 1887.
Thia is to certify lhat I was confined to the house
and mo6t of the titre to my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony imaginable with Rheumatism, for
tlve months, and alter trying every available reme?
dy, with no relief, I was cured with two bottles of
Dr. O. S Propbitt's A nod > ne Pam Kill II, each cost?
ing t fly cents only; it relieved me almost instantly.
I therefore recommend it in the highest degree to
others suffering from similar diseise. I csu say
that it is one ol the beet family medicines now out,
certain. Yours truly, W. A. FOREHAND.
CcrvrsoTos, GA., July 9,1867.
Dr. ProphiL-Having used your Liver Medicine
for more than a year in my family, I cheerfully re?
commend it to all persons buffering from Liver af?
fections, Dyspepsia or Indigestion in any form,
also recommend your Dysentery Cordial as tbe best
remedy for that disease. O. T. ROGERS.
SlASFOEDVlLLE, PUTNAM CoCXTY, Oct. 1. 1867.
Dr. O. S. Prophitt-hw: Slr-Ibis is tocerhty
that I have used yuur Ague Pills for the lasl ten
> cr?, and 1 bavf never failed io cure the Ague in a
single instance wi:h them. They always break the
chi 'ls tin- first day that they are elven. I can recom?
mend them as ?eint: the est ague medicine that i
h. ve . v>r lound, sud they leave no bad effect* follow
in? them, ns Quinine, ic.
Yours rcspectiully. A. WESTBROOK.
POTNAM BOUNTY. GA. september 22,1868.
Dr. 0. & Prophxtt-tr-I have used for the IBBI
two y ors in my family von- Liver Medicine, your
Pain Kill It, and you ? Female Toi.ic, and I bave no
fears in saying that they are tb ehest medicines I have
e> er used for the Liver and Stomach Keura'g c and
Rheumatic afflictions, Headache, Colic, and pains of
every kiud are subdued by them, siter using the
medicines so long, T cheerfully recommend them to
aoy aiid every one, and to all that are afflicted, as (he
best and patent remedies for all tbc diseases for
wbtch tht-y are recommended, Ac.
Yours respectfully, JAMES WEIGHT.
un. PKOPHITT'S FEMALE TONIC.
This Medicine, ?ito its associates, ls a safe and
certain remeny for all curable diseases to which Fe?
males alone are liable. It is also sn excellent pre?
ventative of Nervous Blindness, or Nervous Dis?
eases in either male or len ale. It is a powerful Ner?
vine Tonic, setting up a full and free circulation
throughout (he svstem.
All of the above Medicines sold by Druggists and
Merchants generally throughout the Southwest.
ED. S. BURNHAM,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 421 King-street, (near Calhoun,)
Charleston, S. 0.
Prer^ionly by DB. 0. 8. PBOPHIIT, "
April 16 stuth6moe Covington, Ga,
JJ R. K I C H A U'8
GOLDEN fi E M EDIES.
ASK FOB KO OTB BB t TAKE NO OTB EB, AND
you will save time beal ta and money.
SHOO BK WA El) tor any cace of disease in any
stase which they fail to care.
Ur. ttlcfl ?. Crt GOII'EN B?T*AM No. 1 cures
?l:<ra. Ulcerated Sore .'hroat and Month. fore
Eyes. Cutaneous or Skin Emption', Coopr Colored
Blotches, . oreues = of the -ealp rcrof uia, Ax. ; is the
greatest Renovator, Alterative and Mood Purifier
known, remoTea ail diseases from the system, and
leaves the blood pure and bealtbv.
Or. RICBAO'e GOLDEN HA',-AM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Bheumaiism in sll it forms,
whether" fi om mercury or other causes; gives imme?
diate relief In sll esses. No dieting u?ce?sary. I
have thousands of Certiflnates proving the miracu?
lous cures effected by these Bemtdles. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 9, td per bottle, or two bottles for
Dr EICHAU'? GOLDEN ANUDOTE, a safe, spee?
dy, pheasant and radical cure tor ali Urinary D??
nuements, accompanied with full directions. Price
$3 per bottle
Dr. BICHAU'H GOLDEN r LIXIR n'AMOUB,*
?adlcalcure for Nervous or Gen-ral Debility, in old
or young; imparting en<rgy with wonderful cffccL
Price $6 per bottle, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt ot price thane Bemedits will be shipped
to say place. Prompt attention paid to all correa
dftBts. None genuine without th? name of "Dav
BK.HAUN GOLDEN BFMEDIFS, D. B. RICHARDS,
bole Proprietor," blown lu glass or bot les.
Address V B. B1CBAKDS.
No. 238 Varick-atreet, New York'
Office BOUTS from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Oirt-n srs sent._ly July 8
jj i s o ? ' j
Warranted to Remove all Desire
It is Purely Vegetable and contains
Tbe following is one of thousands or testimonials
that are dally received by tho Manufacturer :
BrcBMcKD. VA.. November 28.1888.
DEAS Sra-The "tobacco *nrtdoFc" i rcpnrcd hy
you according- to the leceipt you bave submitted to?
me, and tbe Ingredients ot wbicb 1 bare examined,
is purely vegetab c. entirely harmless, and contains
nothing in the least Injurious. Tl is not disagreeable
to the taste, sud as a home article, I bops yon will
meet with ready sale tor it, and I believe that if tbe
"irections are followed, lt will do all you chimed for
lt JOHN DOVE, M. D.
49* Price 60 cents per Bot. The usual discount
to th? Trade. 11 '
MW For sale by
Dr. H. BAEE,
WBOLI SALE AGENT FOB SOUTH CABOLINA.
Jane 7 ? -
T) E CAREFUL
WHEN YOU ABE ESB BUSTED BY OVEhWOBK
of bead or band, and feel tbe need ot sorr ethir g in?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxicating
thing, whether ander the name or Hitters or other?
wise, such articles give just a? much strength tp
you r weary body and mind as the whip gives to tbe
jaded horse, sad no more. Alcoholic stimuli nts are
injurious to Nerve heall h. and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING BE AC HON.
Dodd's Nervine and luvigorator
is a TONIO and GENTLE STIMULANT wbicb is
NOT attended by REACTION. What it gainfrtor
yon it maintains. When it ri freshes body or mind,
it refreshes with natural strength that comes te stay.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in the interest
of any faction; but long and extended observar?an
teaches us that be who retorta to tbe bottle for rest
or recuperation, will find, osbekeena at it, that bo-'
is kindling a Oro in bis bones which will consume
like The flames of perdition. Turn from it Take a
tonic that will refresh sod not destroy. DODD'S
NERVINE ls for tale by all Brugoists. Price Ons
Dellar. See Book of Certificates that accompanies
each bott! 7mos Jone 20
Kit G'S t V I V K H S A I, RUSSIAN
THIS VALUABLE BEMEDY BAS EFFECTED
innumerable cures, and bas gained tor itself a great
repu tal ton. 1 be discoverer of this Salve bsa applied
ltwith eminent success in thousands of cases dur?
ing the Crimean War, and bas cured dangerous
wounds, in manv casre considered mortal.
Mit. E BEBG ia tbe sole possessor of the valuable
secret of making thia halve; from nia experience in
using lt in Europe and tbe success attending its ap?
plication there, he has been induced to introduce it
into the United states. IT BELIEVE* PAIN I
?ho:e ?ho have Wonods, Bruises, Cuts of all
ki od?, ot Sores, Felons, Scratches. Muiqutto Bites,
Frost Bitten Joints, Sore Lins, Chilblsi a. Children's
scorbutic complaints on Heed and Fa e, are sp??dily
cured. It has proved rf great advantage to ladies,
and ls peculiarly adapted for fathered breast?, tore
legs, ic. through confinement and other causea.
It acts like magic In removing Bolla, Pimples, and
Cutaneous Diseases, and bas been successfully
uaed for Corns, Bunions and Sore Throat, by apply?
ing externally every eveniug before going to bed.
For sale by oil druggists. Price 25c.. 60c, and tl
per Jar. Office, N<>. 260 Bowery, N. Y. None genuine
unless countersigned E. BEBG'S UNIVERSAL RUS?
SIAN h EALING SALVE, No 260. Bowery, New
York. For sale bj JOHN F. HENBY, No. 8 College
Hlace, New York. atuth ly July 3
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finith and price, i
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN A CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturen)
Ti . . , (265 Broadway, New York.
Principal . ~2i Chestnut St., Phils.
Warehouses j108Bank St., Cleveland.O
And for sale by oar agents in tbs
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD k C0.t
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 29 lyr