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THE DAILY NEWS.
ATTAIBS IE THE STATE.
THZ WBATBKB AND TBE C BOPS.
The 8amter Kew? says: "Binoe oar last le?
ane we bare suffered mach from the intense
heat of the wost h er, bat this has been a bene
flt to the cotton crop, and will mature the
fruit earlier than it would otherwise have done.
2e think the corn crop will be fully equal to
ai of last year, and, if tho cotton m not muon
better, it will be because of some earl; frost or
other misfortune jet to happen to it. Bios
wanta rain, so also do tbe pea? and potatoes;
of turnips the stand ia not Rood."
THE AUGUST TJEBX OT COUBT FOB CLASES DOS
? Tho tame paper also says: "Thia court con?
vened at Manning on Monday of last week, and
continued for four days, two of which were
. (devoted to the sessions and two to the civil
business, lhere were no cases of any magni?
tude on the criminal Bide of the court, and but
Sw cen viciions were had. On the civil aide,
e moat important decision made waa on the
homestead law-bis Honor, Judge Oreen, de?
ciding that no exemption of homestead could
be churned where the execution bad been
lodged before the passage of the hew conatitn
AJtOTBEB BOBBEB?-AK ESCAPE.
The Darlington Democrat, of the 25th, has
the following items: . . " ..
- "We learn that Mr. Exiekel Hill, living
three miles from Timmonsville, waa robbed on
Tuesday night last of two hundred and fifty
poonda or bacon, some lard, aalt, Ac. Thia ia
quite a serious loss, andas these robbers are
known to be among us in every vicinity, our
. Potpie should keep watch upon their smoke?
house* and barna, flor they do not intend to
' work aa long AB they can find anything to
*^heDotorijufl thief Jack Hewitt, colored,
? jlharti waeaneeted a few days sin_e by Mr. H.
Ii. Morris, by ahootins hin dowD, made his
escape while being camel to Marion jail by
the deputy shena, Calvin Jcsey. Thia is not
the first miraculous escape from thia deputy,
mid it is not unreasonable to anppoae that
-Hewett paid for his escape. Howe man can
'.scape frorn a vigilant watch with fourteen
buckshot ki bia aide, ia very strange-to 08."
nnusTBOUS DBOUQHT zs EDGETTKLD.
I "The Advertiser says: '-For two weeks, end
-inx on Hnnday taut, tira sf etl?n puttered from
relentless dzypgnt. ; m July we had a drought;
la August tts have Md another and a woree
"one; and in neither ca se b as it been ao much
the length of ?ine io Which no Tain bas fallen,
as the tearful and unparalleled intensity of the
ann, that baa censed damage to ohs eroftg. As
regard?tho'late drought-<ind we think it pre?
vailed extensively- there can be no doubt that
all the Bquare and blooms which have appeared
within a period pf ten days have fallen or wi 1
' fl?lsi?lnpleteiy parched. Oertain planters of thia
Vfeftiity with wbom we have con vealed, aaa er t
. tir?t their cotton crop baa boen cut off by bal',?
.iDifahrB say they cannot now, ia any event,
make more than two-thirds of an average crop.
IgWgg S boat potion in Kdge?eld being
badly nsjurod eather from mat, or from the
effect of intense heat and want of rain. On
Sunday last, however, there fell a fine rain,
and a?,we ?rste, (Monday afternoon,) there ie
every" prospect, "from the'appearance of the
t?wS?W?n and the athis pf th? atMospbera, that
rain? wi) speedily t>eoome general and abun?
XTTJIKD BX auupm.
ThvC^^rjia-PbAet?x; saya: ""Passengers
by the Greenville"B?Troad yesterday, slate
thal Deputy Constable Ch W. Allen was killed
in Abbevilleon Tuesday last, bj the accidental
discharge of a gus which he was oiaminrpg
one of tbenew-lanelcd arma rooutly obtained
for the nee of the 'loyal militia' of the State."
/iiiina! on?i tamrrri?l.
'?: ttot CHarteston .Honey Market.
THuaarxAT, August 26, 186&
Tbe fast weak baa been unmarked by any change
inii the price of aeourUies.. Tranaacilona were limit -
"eB^affi;Afrtittqm agate .only nominal. There ia a
li itatr Jilli ag m?sate securities, white dty stock, ls
<o? Sf 6? tr/ 60. Money ls easy at X * cent, a
^T*-:7 ; sotrrBxas B*Bs\aXM. ;
f-, . .. ?. r CurrentJaatee
kof Camden...78 ?80
kel Charieaton..86 @S6 '
kef Chester..............18 ?14
Banket Georgetown....18 di*
Bsn^cf Jaembuxg. 8 @00
steak of Newberry....*) #83
Baili of Booth Carolin*.18- 000
Bank Of State Of S Carolina, prior to 1881.40 (?43
Bank of Stateof 8. Caroona, after 1st Jan..
Orias??' IslTii.iil Onlninlili.S doo
Exchange Bant, Columbia..13 ?14
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston. 1 ?0f>
sferxhtnt'a Bank. Cuera w.ta ?C0
People's Baak, Charleston.98 @00
Pleater's Bank of Fairfield...7 @00
Plantera' and Mechanlca' Bank, Charleston 93 000
jonuiwealem jfcffrsaf pSBSj Charleston,
Southwest am, Baflroafl Bank, Charleston.
(new)..'..7S @00 .
Mate Bank. Charleston. 8 @00
aJatonBj?i,Cherieetoa.W ?CO .
CHy orObarteeton Chente BUla.97 (SOO
SUte a. Oaxolina Treasury Notes..97 ?99
BOBBE, STOCKS ABO coo ros s.
?Xtyof Columbia Bond?.68 ?00
City of ColrasblA Coupons...76 900
?oatk Carolina saflrosd and Bank Stock
(whole shares).? *? 45*
Booth Carolina BaBroad (half ahajes).
HLC. B?ttroad8UPerCent.Bonda..72 ?00
& a B.S. Seven Per Cent B'ds....*.81 ?82
S.O. BaJb*ad Certificate of Indebtedness. 93 ?00
CUy of Oaarieaton BtxPer Ot. 8tock(duU).68 ?60
City of ChMieaton Fire Loan Bondi.76 ?OS
krna of Boom Carossa Bonds ?dd).68 ?00
ttato of Bcath Carolina Bonds (sew lasse.
of January 1, 1867).67 ?00
Mate of booth Oarortne booda (issued lor
.nm Baak of QM Stat? batta).65 ?60
Etala of booth Carohna SAojk..69 ?CO
?hate of South CarohW*cWpona<randable);0 ?00
BanplsralKattoaal Bank stock....lia ?60
FlTatBaHonsl nsafc Stock. .Ut ?09
Oasen sank Stock.>......$9 ?ss
Greenville and Coruaobi? BaOroad State
Green^ir?rtnd1 Columbia 1st Mortgage
JSortaeastera B. B. 1st Mortgage Bonds.83 ?00
AtaSSsastara R.B. latCoupoaafpaat due).60 ?00
sTa lases lian Railroad Stock (capital)..68X9100
slnslhasslBu Banrcad Stock (prewired)...$6? ?00
aVattssatsra B.B. Certificates of Indebted- .
?Chef w ana Partington 1st mort honda. .81 000
SaasrJSSSni Oas Company Stock.n ?00
ChsjOaaaaa Caty Ballway Stock.64 ?co
ChaiMston arming and Manufacturing*
- Oompsny'i Phosphate W rk?.00 ?CO
CfclUatnn and Ba ran uah Railroad Bonds
(Btate guarantee)......60 ?00
ttavanna? and Charleston R.B. Stock. U ?00
Otyof Savannah Booda......92 ?00
City of Savannah Ooupo na (dne pre viona
to lARffcnej lid*).97 ^oo
Oily of BflWanah Coupons [due after lat
June, 1886).".-.97 ?CO
fifty Sf Matapu t? booda, eodora?d by M.
AC Railroad.68 000
W?mtmm? 9rj????m Bauroad stoa-tuxdoo
wrnpsrs and Cassftason Ttoirrosd Boa da.90 soo
Mempafa) Md Charleaton B. B. Connans. .?3 ? ?00
_ \ * V Exporta.
-PHtLADSLPBTi-Per ?teamihip J W Everman-60
bales cotton. 45 ba VB Tarn and Domestic*. 1
bato Wool, 633 bbb Naval -torta. 17 tona Phoa
phata Book, and lt? pkgs Sundries.
cn ar leaton Cotton," Klee ?sut Naval
Stores 3 arkoL
OFFICE OF THE CHABLK8T0N DAILE NEWS, I
J . CBAHLXSTOS. Thursday Evening, August 36. (
COROB.-The market was quiet and without
sranaaenona of note, with but little on the market;
aatoa only 1 bag of new, st 82c V B?. Quotations are
somewhat nominal, MJ :
? 11 LIVERPOOL CLASSmCAHO.V.
- Ordinary to aood ordinary.?8 ?30
Low middling?..31 @
By New York cia Bal nea tl < n we quote :
B30B.-The stock of this grain ls so limited that
transactions were unimportant. There were no
sales daring the day. Quotations were nominal, say :
for common to fair clean Carohna at 8?8)?; good
??#?Xc ? fl?.
NAVAL 8*OBxa-The market was steady with a
nur demand; sake 32 ban ela spirits turpentine In
Mew lort b?rrela at 38^c; 37 bat reis do db. in coun?
try packages at S8e; 10 barrels extra No. l rotinat
it 60; 10 barrels extra No. 1 do at 88 38; 61 barrels
Of tow sato mem at 64; 80 barrels of No.ldo.at83;
ST barrels of No. Ida. st 8376:38 barrels of Nal
do. at $2 7J; 6 barr?la lbw No. 1 do al ?2 35; 26 barrels
do. doll and opeqee at 83; 66 b?rrela do Noe. 3 and
> at tl TS, ?
m_ J? arke? by Telegrmpla.
ro axion MA BESTS.
Lowrxm, Augustas-Noon.-Consols 93?i. Bonds
..Jj. Weather fair. Sugar firm, both on the spot
and afloat .>
s>aanag.-The increase of specie in the Bank of
^t^Bd ls teventy-flve thousand sterling.
XnatttOSS, Angust 3?-Koon.-Cotton qnlel;
uplands 18Xd; Orleans 18?d; wiles 8000 bales.
Evening -Cotton dull; Unlands 13>?al3^d; Or?
leans 13%d ; sales 8,000 bales, of which 1000 bales for
export and speculation. Turpentine 27c
Barna, August 2?.-Cotton quiet, both on the spot
NEW YOEE, August 36 - Noon.-Stocks strong.
Honey steady. Sterling, long 9 fi i abort 10>?. Gold
83K> Cotton dull at 34^c. Turpentine steady at
41 Kaia. Boam firm, strained $3 35 ?2 37.
Evening.-Cotton in fair reojdsst; sales 1600 bales,
at Si\c. Flour, superfine $5 8Sa6 30; Southern,
common to fair extra 86 S6a6 00. Wheat heavy,
winter red Western 65a67?c. Corn scarce, Western
mixed 81 13al 14. Pork unsettled. 832 60a33 75.
Lard steady. Whiskey quiet Bice fina. 8ngar
moderately active. Freighto finner. Honey easy at j
Saft. Sterling dull, heavy, t)<a?X. G?M heavy,
closing at 3?7<a33. 8tocks weak and very dull.
'62's53,v. Southerns quiet and steady.
BAUMOBE. Aogust 26.-Cotton quiet at tifio.
Flour dull. Wheat firm, prime red 60s56c. Corn I
steady. Oats steady at 66a68c Bye dull. Pork [
43460. shoulders 16.Whiskey fl 26.
CmcxsnuTi. August 26. - Cora in demand at $1,
but bald at 81 03al 05. Whiskey 81 20. Proviaions |
unchanged; little doing.
WrufrwoTOK, August 36. - Spirits turpentine
quiet Rosin quiet 8160a3. Oxnde torpen ti ne ta 80
aS. Tar 83 40. Weather clear; wind southwest;
Aoaorra, August 36-Cotton quiet and unchang?
ed; sales 86 bales; middlings 32c; receipts 84 bales.
SAVAXKAH, August 36.-Receipts 67 bales.
M?BIUS, August 96.-Nothing done; receipts 16
Nrw OsLXANS, August 2C-Cotton sales 110?-ale?;
middlings nominally 32c; receipts 39 bales."Sugar,
common Hallie; prime 14al4>?o. Molasses, re?
boiled 66a70c. Gold 93& Sterling 15 \. York
sight exchange X premium.
WILMINGTON-, AugnSt 26.-1 BAtlJITlMK.-75
bbla received and sold at td for virgin, and 83 50 for
yellow dip, per 380 pounds.
SPIRITS TnnrnHTmn.-Sales of 37 bbl? at 88c for
country, and 38J?O per gaita for New York i seka
geo, and 800 bola on pri VJ te terms,
Boos.-880 bbls changad hands at 81 60 for |
strait edaand 86 TS tor extra pale.
Tan.-No sales reported.
BAT.--Sales atom wharf of 365 bales Northern at |
75,85a87c>? per 100 pounds, as m quality.
JV ashville Market.
NA8BVTLLF, August 23.- COITOK.-Nothing do?
ini?. *i>d pnce* eatuel > nominal.
,-Fxx>c?-Market continues very active as follows :
I Super 83 2606; single extra ?6 25a6 60; doable extra
86HJS6 75; family 87 25a8; fancy 88 50a8 75. We
heard of sales ot 6*0 barreis to one party for ship?
ment to day, and other shipments amounting to 260
barrels. ' Bales to-day ot il ou bbla mostly f: r export
Court -the.article ls very scarce, and we quote
an advancing market We heard ot sales from ?tore
of 2000 bushels at 941 and ?00 do at 96c. lb? ship?
ments included 1000 bushels at 97Xe and tl per
bushel, deliver d tn depot.
Wanui- Ibo receipts tc-day amounted to 2000
bnahels, with shipments of 950. We heard of sales
ot 6000 bushels to millers on private terms. We
quote Mediterranean at $ lal 05; red 9110; amber
8115; white 8190s 125.
Oars.-Sales to-day of 100 bushels at 60c from
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, SC-Miss
M Thomas, J Alexander, O F Bolton ard wifu Henry
Deas, wife, child and nurse. Misa U H D?aa. Captain
Howland, Miss S Gross, Mrs McCants, Miss McCants,
sud 3 on deck.
Per steamship J W Everman, fer Philadelphie -
Albert Gruber, Henry Frederickson, Jos H Saepor
tas. O B Wntrtemore.. ? "' ..... _
fort OZ ClxMrlewtori. 'At?ica?t 27.
TORT - aAJLjBllylJDJ^H.
' -y-.jTjTU^jra.0? TH! KOOS.;.". ^
New Mo^n, Tthr 4 boura, 16 mirrntes. evening.
FiraVrjtniWer. 14th, 7 hoar.-19 minutes,morning.
Pair-Moon, 21st. ll tours. 3 minutes, evObing.
Last Quarter, Smb. 9 boni?, 88 minnie?, morning.
^JsTanuAy...^. 6..29 OE
2*JTtteiAy....r -5. 301 C..83'
26'Wednesday ,| 5..31 , c..32
26IThursday...| 5...1 0..81
28!saturday..'.! 5.,33 (X..28
29 Sunday..-..I 6- M : fi."37
ais?fc \ warm.
- 7.Ji -t.8..1f
8.. 16 tj. .65
SSL; 16 io.. 5
.ft. .48 10..44
U..JT 12.. 12
Brig Cycloae, Frisbee, Boston-10 days. Mdse.
To W Bosch A Co, D Paul A Co, Jno Heins, Gran
iteviile Manufacturing:', omjanv, Thnmuion, Cele A
Co, ' Galsr, J HurluBii p ?lo. W H .< h*t**> b Co, B
KUM? A Co, ?8-e-B R Agent; Bart A"Ctf,' J E"Adger tt
Co, A J Salinaa, D fl Silcox On the I5th in-t. the
Cjclone hetng in la?itufl? 34.40, loo'gituue C7.S0, ex?
perienced a heavy gale from math to southeast.
Brig Geordie.. bwanY Ne<* TOrkerlO days. Bail
read bon and Mdse. To Risley A Creighton, 8 C B
B Agent, Jeffords a Co, H Cobia A Co. Wagener a
Montees, George W William*-A; co. and others. -
Steamer i mille, Lewis, Georgetown, S C. 18 tierces
Bice, IS bag* Flour and Sundries. To Shack elford A
Kelly, 8 L Howard & Bro, Mrs D S auger, W B
Pringle, W Heiierey, Tour?' n a Holmes, Expreee
Company, t hai les Alston, Sr, D Paul, Kilnck, Wick
enburg A Co, and others.
TN THE OFFING.
Brig M O Roosevelt Fains wort h Waods. Guano.
To J N Hobson, sad Order. . ^ n
AT Q?ABAITTINa? " *
Br sehr Mary A Sui an, Clare, Eau th era, Bah- j
7 days. Salt and Fruit. To A Canale. Put mto this |
port for orders.
Steamship J W Everman, Hit ck! ey, Philidelphia
Jao A Theo Gerry. fi, :
Sehr ciai? Montgomery, Cole, Jacksonville, Fla-W
steamship J W Ererman. Buckley. Philadelphia.
Ei ig HH McGthrrrr, Stubbs, Boston.
Beor B H Hawkins, af cYey. Philadelphia.
Behr Stampede, Mratton, Prcvidwneei
Prom taita Port.
Steamship Champion, lockwood, New York, An- j
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia, August
memo ?-H tfta.
The brig Beni Carrer, Myers, from Georgetown, S
C, tor boanrpcrt. arrived at Holmes' Hole August 31.
The sehr Palma, Ireland, from Georgetown. 3 C,
arrived at New York August 33.
Stttpxtews a>y if e? apu.
SavanxaB, August.36 -Cleared, the bark Daring,
UsT O*' VaSktalICl.? - ?
VF, CLEARED AND 8AILED FOB i DIU POA i
The Vinco, Halliday, sailed.July 15
British brig Courier, Evans, sailed.July %
Bark B B Walker, Pettingiii, np.August 21
Brig J A Devereaux, Clark, cid.August 18
Anna E Glover, Terr/, up.August 19
Sehr Nancy Smith, Boyd, np.August 16
Bark B G W Dodge, Munro, cleared.Angu<t 12
BA LT IM OHE.
Sour Virginia Dare, Johnson, up.August 14
Sehr Wenonah. Mitchell, cleared..".August 14
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MW Persons depositing letton in the Postofflce
will please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a letter
cannot be mailed, but will be sent to the Dead Letter
Brnos, db emu als, (Ctr.
J^U R TH B HAIR.
PH ALON S CHEMICAL HAIR IN V1G0RAT0B
AYE R'S HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERY'S HAIR RESTORER
BURNETT'S COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANT'S COCOA CREAM
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC
BATCHELORS HA TR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON'S HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BJSB RUM, &c., ix.
For sale by Or. H. BASIC,
May 8 _ Ko. 181 MEETING-STBEET.
JUS1 RECEIVED AND FOR HALE
WHOLESALE AND RE1AIL
C* R BON ATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TA UT A B
H. BAEE, Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
QLORIO vs CHANUK.
THAT ANT SICK MAN &UBVTTED THE
treatment of fifty years a^o, mast be considered a
proof that haman beings are very hard to kill.
The lancet, calomel, cantharidiea and drastic par*
gat?ves were then the order of the day. The ph v.
sician played into the hands of the apothecary, and
the nnfortrmate patient was drenched morning,
noon and night tilth prostrating medicines. We
ire in a more rational and co ns ci eut iou* era. The
m po rt arce of supporting N store ia its conflict
with disease ii now understood. Complaints in
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. Ibey are met with TONICS
that rady the vi tat powers and enable them "to de?
feat the enemy. Chief among these allies of Nature,
in its battles with sickness, is
i h ii wonderful vegetable restorative ls the sheet*
anchor of the feeble and debilitated. Aa a cordial
for the aged and decrepid it baa no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the nervous weakness
to which the tender sex are especially subject, it is
superseding every other stimulant and nervine.
In all climate?, tropical, temperate or frigid, its acts
as a specific in every speolee of disorder ?hieb un*
dermines the bodily strength and breaks down tho
animal spirits. Wherever it ls introduced lt be?
comes a standard article-a medicinal staple. Drug?
gists, altbongh their profit upon it i j small, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation for whisb
every body inquires, aad for which nobody will
accept a substitute. It ls to-daythe most popular
mo! i cine in the civilized world. Extensively as it
ie advertised, its best aJvertisemont is the beneficio!
result which unifennly follow > its use. Every bottle
sold Insures the sale of at least half a dosen more.
Unlike other 6tlmulaats it braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral action.
The cheeriag effect which it produces upon the
mind 1? no. momentary, but permanent, lhere is
no subsequent depression. It does not, as is the
case with all other stimuli, beget a craving for ex
citants. On th: other hand, it S)o:hes and calms
the nerves, combining, strange as the auomily rna;
seem, the qualities of a sedative and gentle anodyne
with those of a Ionic and invigorar' The perfect
purity of all its ingredients, their adm?rablo adap.
talion to the purposes they are intended to sub?
serve, the judicious proportions in which theyare
combined, and tho scientific skill with which they
sre blended, render this famous article at one J tbs
most potent and Ihe most harmless of all known
tonics and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists.
IMPORTANT TO COTTO^
?THE GEORGIA SAW GIN
FORHIBL? ..CLMOT'f^GIN, OF COLUH
Iron Screw Cotton Press,
TBE MOST SIMPLE, DURABLE
Vcr information and Descriptive Lists of thc
HUGER & RAVENEL,
No. 60 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR STATE.
PORTABLE RICE THRESHER", RICE FANS,
GRIST HILLS, Ac.
August 13 fmwlS
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
filiiflii and price.
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
T> "i (265 Broadway, New York.
w v PL -<721 Chestnut St., Phils.
Warehouses ]108Bank St., Cleveland^
And for sale by our agents in tbs
principal cities throughout the
FOB SALE BF
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
JUctioiuers' prioatc Salis.
E lt G'S UlIVEKSAt RUSSIAN
THIS VALUABLE REMEDY HAS EFFECTED
Innumerable ceres, snd bas gained for itself a (treat
reputation. Ihe discoverer or this Salve bas applied
ltwitb eminent success in thousands of cases dur?
ing the Ciimean War, and has cured dangerous
wounds, in manv cases considered mortal.
Hit. E. BE lt Ct ls the so's possessor of the valuable
secret ot ?ak inc thia 5 al ve; from bis experience in
using it in Europe and the success attending its ap?
plication there, ho haa beon induced to introduce lt
into the United Mates. IT KEI.Ib.VE3 PAIN I
utio-e ?ho have Wonrds. Dr?ttes, Cut? of all
yindi, oi Sere?, Felona, Scratches, Musquito Dites.
Frost Bitten Joint?, Sore Li's. Chllblal ?. Children's
Scorbutio complaints on Bead and Face, are speedily
cured. It bas proved ni great advantage to ladies,
and is peculiarly adapted for palhcred breast?, fore
legs, Ac. through confinement, and other causes
It act? like jnaglo in removing Boils. Pimples, and
Cutaneous Diseases, and bas been aucccxsfully
u?ed for Corns. Bunions and Sore Throat, by apply?
ing extt rnaliy evory evening before going to bed.
For pale by all druggists. Price 25c. 60c, and SI
per Jar. Office, N>\ 200 Bowery, N. Y. None genuine
nu less countersigned E. BEBO'8 U NI VE H 8 A L RUS?
SIAN HEALING SALVE, No 260 Bowery, Kew
York. For sale bj JOHN F. HEN KY, No. 8 College
Place, New York. sloth
io REMOV?; GKEASE SPOTS.
USE THE DOUBLE Tl?TILLED
Prepared, and for ?ale, wholesale and retail, bf
Du. H. BALK.
May 25 No. 131 Meeting-street.
Q O L O G M B ,
SUPERIOR TO TBE BEST IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manuiactured and sold wholesale
and retail b;- Dr. H B \?R,
June 21 No. 131 Meetipc str?et
ROSAD ALIS, ?
GOODRICH. U IVEJIAV & CO.,
Direct Importera of European Druga and Chemicals,
Hay8 stutbiyr CHARLESTON, 8. c.
KEN CH CALF SHOES.
3 CASES OF LOW QUAKIER FBENCH CALF
SHOES, ata great sacrifice. Sold by the single pair.
August 21 tu3 No. 131 Meetisg-Btreet.
gJtiijj0, (Eljfmif?ls, Ufr.
YOD V \ K K
WHEN YOU ARE EXHAUSTED BY OVEhWOBK
of brad or band, and feel tbc need ot something in
vin oral lng. don't drink whiskey or any Intoxica ting
thing, whether under the name of Bitters or other?
wise, such articles giv* just as much strength to
I your weary body and mind as the whip gives to the
Jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic atfnralanfs are
injurious to Nerv? health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING REA CIION.
Dodd's Nervine and Invigorator
I la a TONIC and GENTLE KUM OL AN I which is
NOT attended by REACTION. Wnat it gains for
yon it maintains.. When it r?freshes body or mind,
, it refreshes wi'b natural strength that comes lo stay.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in the interest
j of any faction; bat long sud extended observation
teaches us ?hat he wbo resorts to Ibe oolite for rest
or recuperation, will Dod, as be beens at it. that he
ie kindling a flr<: in his bones which wiB consume
like the flames ot perdition. Turn from it. Take a
tonio that win rc I res n und not destroy. DOD D's
NERViSK is fer sale by all Droguista. Price One
I Dellar. See Book of Certificates that accompanies
each bottle. 7mos Jone 26
J| 1 S ? Jl ' S
Warranted lo Remove all Desire
It ls Purely Vegetable and contains
The following is one of thousands of testimonials
that are daily received by, the Manufacturer:
RICHMOND. VA..Govern ber 28. 1868.
DEAS Sra-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you according to the receipt you have submitted to
me, and the Ingredients err wbicb I have examined,
ls purely vegetable, entirely bat miers, and contains
nothing in the least Injurious. It ia not disagreeable
to thc taste, and as a borne article, I hope you will
meet with ready sale lor it, and I believe that If tbs
(Mrections aro followed, it will do all you chimed tor
lt. JOBN DOVE, M. D.
8S- Price 60 cents per BOT. The usual discount
to the Trade.
49* For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
~jQK. K I < H A U> 8
A?K FOB NO OTHER, TAKE NO OTHES, AND
you will save time, health aid money.
$1110 BEWABD for any cote of disease in any
stage which they fail to care.
Dr. BICH ?D'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Oleen, Ulcerated Sore 'throat and Mouth. Sore
Eye*. Cutaneous or Skin Emption*, Copper Colored
Blotches, Soreness of Ibo Scalp, f crofala, Ac. ; is the
Seilest Renovator, Alterative and Blood Purifier
own, removes ail diseases from the system, and
leave? the blood pure und healthy.
Dr. RICH AD'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 eurea
Mercurial Affections, Bbeumatiam In all informs,
whether fi om mercury or other canses; gives imme*
diate relier in all cases. No dieting necessary. I
have thousands of Certificates proving tbe miracu?
lous cures effected by these Remedies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, $6 per bottle, or two bottles for
Dr RIC HA D'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe spee?
dy, pleasant and ndlcal cnn for all Urinary De
ragemente, accompanied with foll directions. Price
$3 per bottle.
Dr. BICSAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOFR, a
?adical con for Nervous or General Debility, in old
or yoong; imparting energy with wondeifal effect.
Price $6 per bottle, or two bottles for 89.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be chipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid to all correa
dents. None genuine without the name of '-Dr.
RIOHAU'rf GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. B. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown ia glass ot bot iles.
Address D. B. RICHARDS.
No. 22S Varick-atroet, New York
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Circu'an sent. ly Jul; 3
THE ONLY CERTAIN
I RAT DESTROYE R
sealed and warranted to
keep fresh for all time
the greatest discovery
of its kind In tbe age we
live m. No person need
be troubled with RATS,
MICE, BED BUGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. Isaacaen's destructive remedy ls
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness is
as wonderful as its efficacy. Bundi?d? of testimo?
nials have been received lrom all parts of the United
The great advantage this SUBE POP possesses
over all nmilar preparations is (be FACT that it is
Certain In Its Effects,
and free from the unpleasantness of nts dying in
their holes, an it causes them to leave the premises
to seek air, and consumes them ?o entirely as to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers ot references can be made to
Persons in tin? City,
Who have successfully u?ed it.
SOLE AGEN PS FOR SOOTH CAROLINA,
DOW ID: & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WBOLESALEDRUGGISTS
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets,
April 23 m wi fimo Charleston, S. C.
r\ BATH TO IV O a AI S I
B C Y
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best In I'se.
Tbey are made of "Santomoe," oed contain no
Bead what one cf tbe most distinguished physi?
cians of Richmond, Va., soys about the Lozeages :
I have long used f a monroe, the active principio of
European Woim-Seed, as an effectual remedy for
Worms in chit tren. Mr. Warner L. Fleming pre?
pares a Lozenge composed of it. which is a very
pleasant and palatable form in wblch to administer
lt to children, and which may be relied on a* prop?
erly prepared. O. F. MAN80N, M. D.
For sale by
DR. H. BAER, Wholesale Agent,
June 21_No. 131 MeeUoc-street.
Q1TRATB OP MAG v ts I A.
A GOOD COOLING SUMMER MEDICINE. MADE
fresh every day, by DB. H. BAER,
May 26 No, 131 Meeting-street.
1^ ? S K O O X
SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVES COMPLAINT?
NERVOUS DEBILTTT, RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA, SIDNEY AFFECTION 8,.
ERUPTIONS OF THE f EIN,
Obst?nate or long standing diseases of the.
BLOOD, LIV LR, TJRINABY ORGANS,.
NERVOUS SYSTEM, fte.
It purifies and enriches the Blood, eradisstea ??
Syphilitic or Scrotulous Taints. Restores OM Liver
and Kidneys lo a heal Or y action, aida digestion, reg.
ni?tes the bowels, and invigorates the Nerve " ?ra.
MW NOT A SECRET QUACK MEDICINE.-5?
FORMULA ABOUND EACH BOTTLE.
Recommended by the best Physicians, eminent
Divines, Editora, Druggists, Merchants, ?c.
MW THE BEST AND MOST POPULAR MEDI.
CINE IN USE.
RUP ABU) ONLY BT
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D"
(An experienced and well-known Physician aaa)
Laboratory and Office. No. 6 Mala stauet,
Price One Dollar per bottle.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A; CO, '
DOWIE A MOISE.
And Druggists ev?17 where.
Joly SS_DM lyrt
K BISHOP I* IL LI
TUE BISHOP PILL!
THE BISHOP PILLI
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTARS" BISHOP PILL,
..Is of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, lndL
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Nervous Debility,..
Liver complaint." "Tbs best PILL in the world." .
Medical Journal, S'pteir&er 8.
TRY THE Ml
TRY T H E Ml
49- All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell tbeo.
"Co?t*r'i" Hat, Roach, Ale. EiKrmi'i
"Costar'e" Bed Bag Exterminators.
'.Costar'?" (only pure) laaect Powder.
"Only Infallible Bemediea known."
"18 year? established in New York." '
"20C0 Boxes and Flasks manufactured dany."
"111 Beware 111 of spurious imitations."
"All Druggiats in CB ABLESTON sell them."
For SI, $2, $3 and SS sizes, Address
So. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Sold tn CHARLESTON, 8. C., by
GOODRICH, WIN KHAN di CO.
March 23 OAG J yr
Purifies the Blotd.
For Sale by Drnaa*lsts Kvery where.
AUB Y'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID.
Letter from Hon. Aleje. H. St-phem, oj Georgia.
CBAWTOBSSVIXLE, Ga. September 29,18*8.
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is an article of little
cost, but great value. Its domestic aa well as medi?
cinal uses are numeren*, wbtle ita specialties are
most wonderrul I have not been without it for
ten years, and no head of a family who can afford
to have it should be without it.
ALEX. Bi STEPHENS.
THE WONDERFUL FAMILY MK DI;
Letter from the Suraenn-Gwral of the tale Confeder~ ?
BICUMOND, Va., January 14,1869.
JOHN DAUBY tc Co., No. 100 William-street, New
G-ntlem-n-I have received your letter Of the 15th
of December, I860, calline my attention to your
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheertolly state that the Fluid was furnish?
ed to, and extensively used by, ttie surgeons in>
charge of general hospitals in the Confederate ser?
vice with great benefit to the patients-all the sur?
geons making a favorable report-a great deal of it
was use.i in the hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
SAM'L PRESTON MOOEE, M. D,
EM OBY COLLEGE, ULFOHD. GA., December 28, 1868.
Prof. DABBY. Dear Sir- Having not been en?
gaged for many years in the active duties of the
Medical profession, I am only superficially acquaint?
ed with the claims ef your Prophylactic Fluid, but
am well acquainted with its chemical elements.
While, therefore, I cannot speak experimentally of
the value of the compound, yet the disinfecting and
therapeutic properties of the agents employed in it?
composition, together with the well known reputa?
tion of its discoverer, as a chemist, authorize me to
regard ita m?rite as of s high order; on the whole it
must be considered as a valuable contribution to the
etas! of articles to which it belcngs.
These views, I may add, are sustained hy thHesti
mooy of many competent Judges, who have tested*
its properties. Believe me, dear sir.
A. MEANS, M.D.. LL. D.
CURES BURNS. WOUNDS, STINGS, Ac.
ALABAMA IN .-UNE HOSPITAL, 1
TUSCALOOSA. December 22,1868.1
Messrs. JOHN DABSZ & Co., No. 160 William-street,
(je-Uemen-t received your circulars of the Ifta
Instant, asking an expression of opinion from me as
to tbe merits of your Prophylactic Fluid. The pre?
paration has been so generally used by the profes?
sion and public at large, and so universally esteem?
ed, that it seems to me to n*ed no further recom?
Aa a disinfectant and reme.lial agent too, when in?
dicated, it is apt excelled bj any similar preparation.
Wense permeanganic preparations very extensively
in this hospital, and could not do without them. I
consider yours the best and most elegant prepara?
tion of the kind manufactured.
Respectfully yours, Ac,
P. BRICE. M. D.,
Snp't and Physician Alabama Insane Hospital.
DOWIE & MOISE.
August 27 8 Agents for 8onth Carolina.
GRIM AULT d( CO.'S PREPARATIONS!
IODIZED SYRUP OP HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OP MATICO
SYRUP OP HYPOPH08PHITE OF LIMB
All fresh from Paris, and for sale by V
Dr. H. BASS,
Maj 8 No, 131 MEETING.-STREET.