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THE DAILY NEWS.
From tie h%r.y srie< of th? Northland,
Proud, bree*/ S^emberhaa ttepped.
And ap through the meadow afid Tin eland
And ever the mon?? and pineland.
The Goddess already has crept
Too trace har wherever jon wander,
In yan s j. tn dingle, or wood.
The oak. har red colon are flying;
-?- Wai> Kummar's gay banner ts lying
"?' Where the queenly newcomer stood.
Where ah? stood as she dafttr painted
Ike wild-grape a purplish blue ;
And limned the reflection of hhubae,
Bs the streamlet that dash ea and rushes,
Whare once meekly ed violeta grew. 1
Whexo the w?j.eat -flelds roiled th?V round billows
Of wattest and tenderest green,
flss shook the bright gold oft"har tresses,
And touched hy her sentie careases,
They put on a lovelier sheen.
The sunset is softer and brighter
-Than when the hot summer was here;
JXW winds tell a prettier story;
Andi think there', an odd, but new glory,
By the reside meadow and mare.
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?ia i .: BOVTM OAHOZIHA.
" ~, Tbe court tu null in session, about three
I hundred oases being- disposed of. The Press
.mya that in all cases which have been brought
* ?pon "au to-war" debts, tbe juries have fixed
'-the meas or e of their verdicts at one-half pf the
flJJi^P*V?nd interest to the 1st January,
1861. And the majority of these eases, by
amemos ?7 counsel, hare been referred to
tbs ?ferk, to assess the. amount of principal
SBdaatsreet in con formt ty wrtb this- standard.
In esses of Confederate debts-the rule for
eeshng debit; which ia furnished by set of
3*89, ba* been applied, except in oases of pecu
.BarTtardthip, where evidence has been gone
into as to the true value of the property.
TATS WZLCH-BBISOOE FEUD.
On Tuesday of last week, according to the
Abbeville Press, Briscoe and his party recap?
tured the horse about which there has been so
mob disrate, and crossing the Savannah
i WTWrJaaadfl off to parts unknown. Briacoe's
jm oonalBted pt throe. Welch followed with
YftWJO??our ia close pursuit. After several
?*!? riding, the Briscoe party was overtaken
-onfiunday last near Jiorksdale Ferry, and be
Jog Surprised, were overpowered. Tbey ali
<m?ed %ewever, except one Curtis, who was
coe. had been riding. ;/ "
A HEW JAIL WANTED.
The Chesterfield Democrat says that all the
r^Bonera escaped from the jail At Chesterfield
Courthouse last week, simply be carme they
could do so by ?orcirig the 6taple of the look.
As a lall a? well as s oooxthorweie to be built, I
would lt not be well to consider the question
cf their location as well as their style of archi
,?a%atlrrrt, Ac., in time. ...
During court week many rieb scenes occur?
red st Blackville. TheBBentinel says : "Not?
withstanding the large crowd in attendance,
thar* was but one serious mishap, which was
tbeaev^e stabbing of one man by another.
JHWeneasfy, no mortal wound was given, al
ttoMBb the woondeA,man lost a large amount,
td Blood, and ia very mach prostrated in con-,
HO IO CH) I Hf CAJCDEK.
Paul Williams, a colored boy about twelve
years old, hadan altercation with s boy or the
fMWj BIB a-tl Mixoa. whom be struck with
* brick. Nixon picked rip the same brick,
atrikin? Williams upon the right aide of the
etomaob, somewhat io front, from which
wpnjidh?^arne to bia death.
BSBOONtsa AT BtACXvTLL'B.
Tbe Orangeburg News says: "By a friend
Jost from Blaokvillo we learn that a terrible
rou coq ire took place there last Monday night
bettta?a Mx- Thomas Aldridge and Austin
Kaoabs. The affray grew out of an old grudge.
Beth parties used th?ir pocket knives, Enochs
was terribly cut np. and ia not expected to live,
while Aldridge will lose an eye, and is othar
?a^| r: TBB WOJU? OT OAAHtUBTJEQ,
?.* Nwwesayu: "We were handed the other
*foby Captain J. L. Moorer, several bolls of
cotton, literally eaten op by the boll worm.
ThAiteaptaTn ?ifortna us that thor have taken
to hi? cotton crop in considerable numbers,
sod sr? doing much damage. The bolla pre
?dto ns were of different sizes, from the
forming to the foll grown boll, and all
punctured; sotne of them eaten out clean. Mr.
knuomf* ?Hld ie also attju-ked by tb ts worm,
lf|jr*n ^ a?nakr*^wtn 'do mach damage to bis'
<? Wednesday afternoon last, during the
heavy storm, a Mr. Crocus sud bis two eons,
(who were empWJfed on Major''?.*ygert,s pian
taJ?cn, lh I>JxWf on. ) took refuge under a tree,
Which wae idrtrtk by lightning, and one or tao
fsotWwayjrasshan^ right leg ol the.
tasker paralysed, whilst the other son escapea
W*U?M'Qs>-?> DJ LUT ^
Lita'.W^J^L I_L?_-__ ? ; _ '
The" Latrrenavi lie Herald says: "After SB ea
fKm of intense heat, during which the crops
failed rapidly, and especially the cotton, we
have had refreshiDg and bounteous showers.
exeawBkeg over she entire district, we hope and
baVPWB ' Jfarmers estimate that the drought
hes dooethe cotton crop serious damage, cut
tmar'e? Ihe promised yield trom one-fourth to
Satt-hcgr; We hope, however, that their esti?
mator ?rjeemve, and ?st favorable wasons
rh tue roture, sud a late fa li, may work m tra cn
loaste iafavor of the royal staple. We have to
savin -osar farmers, look well to your turnip
patches and fall oats, barley, rye, ?kc,
aa com will undoubtedly be at bigb figures be
fore another crop ls secured.''
MURDER AT WHITAKER'S STATION.
j^mibe Weldon News we glean the follow?
ing psrtafmhBji of *a most diabolical murder at
Whitaker's Stetjon, North Carolina, on the
Wihnmgton and Weldon Railroad, Tuesday:
(Ja ^ 18th instant. one Albeit Srratfoot, a
negro magistrate, visited Whitaker's, and while
there insulted George Griffin, a white man,
.ouse twenty-four years of age. deputy agent
st the depot, ee wea ss clerk in the store of J.
H. Cutchin. Stratfoot boasted of the black
BBBBB supremacy, and personally insulted Mr.
Griffin, whereupon the latter summarily put
the negro out of his office.
Straifbot reported the affair to another negro
magistrate-one Matthew Allen-who issued
aa eider for the arrest of Griffin, the said or?
der being placed in the bands of two negro
eonetaalea specially deputised, named John
?Sim marja, and 'Taraaias Win man, said order
reading that the writ to be returned to Mat?
thew Allen on the morning of the 24th instant,
at 9 o'clock, with qr without the body of Geo.
Griffin. Mr. Grrffln bad received an intimation
tba*.?teM*9 JMi?en repotted, but on Mon?
day nfght-he learned that one or more negroes
were ta tbe vicinity prepared to take bis life.
On Tuesday morning, about 7 o'clock, he was
ataqdteg kv the counting-room of his store,
when the two negroes m crues ion, acoom .
BaUBamBy two others, entered and presented
arm with th? order. Mr. Uriffiu remonstrated
against his arrest, declaring the manner infor?
mal and tobi the negroes that if they would
send for Mr.-John Cherrev, deputy sheriff for
the county, and who resided only a few miles
distant, he would accompany them.
At this JuLclore ooe of the negroes seized a
pistol belonging to Mr. G.iffin, when the latter
turned sad confronted him. when the negro
deliberately shot th? unfortunate man. the
ball entering just below the heart. Mr. Griffin
aa once started towards the residence of Mr.
Ca chin, some twenty steps distant, and while
going there three other shots were tired st him.
taking eBect in his back. Un met Mrs. Cu tebin
at tbs dour, remarked that be was killed and
fell upon toe- floor and immediately expired.
The negroes who bad committed the act
took all the arms they could find in the store
and tm mediately left. Information was con?
veyed, to the proper authorities at Tarboro',
*** ft ""ch is bet og instituted for tb ose who
OOfkiautted the aot, though we loara when last
.eenJ?m? ao-wnor them were together well
tnttS*SkSSomT ^ b*'m,ghl ?-?a some work
. We le*r!? S?S??S N?fo,k ?ornal iuat four
negroesi implicated m this brutal morder were
arrested^Koeedev night, A partv (i firtee
BOBsbeaVaB eimed,' attempted to rescue the
prisoners, but nine out of the fifteen rioters
were arrested and taken to the Tarboro' jail
along with the rr?rrderers. Tba exci teni eat in
regard to iae murder tua canlafi an Intense
feeling of bitlomese ia the ' aeigbborbqod
agalast the proprtetoi- o( tbe ontrage and
against the negro ma?(strate, who was in re?
ality the cunee of the murder.
The account in the Journal states that the
warrant issued by the negro magistrate di
rectedthat GrtBn be taken "dead or alive."
If so, it if very important that- that warrant
should be CThMtoa in court. Great excite?
ment was occasioned by tbe murder, bat no
-indications of violence appeared. J
SHOOTING A\ MINISTER IN HIS
An Am??? In ia ike Beril m Cathedral
He Calla a Clergyman a Liar and Dis?
charges ? Pistai at his Brea at-A Choral
Tho Bellin correspondent of the London
Times gives a graphic account of the attempt?
ed assassination ot a minister. The letter is
BESLTN, August ll.-"I believe in God the
Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost."
?.Ion he I *
A shot; & cry; general commotion.
OD Sunday, August 8, in the preaenco of a
numerous congregation, this sacrilegious scene
was enacted in tho Cathedral Church of Ber?
lin. The Bav. H. Heinrioi was Blandi? g before
the altar reciting the Belief, when a young
man, rising fi om a front seat and interrupt?
ing tbe clergyman, gave him the lie, and at
once discharged a pistol at his breast. The
i,ext moment he was in the banda of the Bex
ton, and quietly suffered himeeir to be led away
to the vestry. A portion of the congregation,
seated at a distance, having only heard the re?
port and seen the curling smoke, without soy
at finite motion of what was going oa, imme?
diately began to move toward the door, and
created considerable tumult; bot tkose near the
altar, who had been witnesses of the daring
attempt, retained their seats. In preserving
their composure they bat imitated the noble
example ot the clergy man whose life had just
been placed in such Jeopardy. .
The fier. H. Hain riel was unhurt; nor had
the moral firmness of the man whose body the
ball had missed been shake?. No esoner had
the trying interlude, the details of which seem
to nave been observed with terrible distinct?
ness by those near, some to sn end, than the
intended victim calmly resumed reading the
Creed, and with redoubled fervor proclaimed j
that belief the utterance of which had imper?
illed his hie. After this tbe services were con?
tinued in accordance with the prescribed ritu?
al The Bev. H. Heinrici left the altar, when
the Ber. Dr. Kogel asoended the pulpit and
preached a sermon, in whiob he introduced a
pissage expressive of hie thanks to God for
the miraculous escape of his olerical brother.
Quiet had been speedily res toted, and the
greater portion of the congregation, agitated
as they were by the most powerful emotiors,
left the church only after tbe final benediction. I
In the me intime the oriminal had been con
ducted by a policeman to the nearest station
and examined by a superior officer. To all the I
questioi s put to him he replied with the nt
most frankness and composure. He said : I
"My name is Biland. I am. ninereen I
of age, a Protestant, and the eon of a
blacksmith in the Tillage of La ?k. County of
Lower Barnum, a few miles from Berlin. My
parents sent me to s granrmar-Bohool, wishing
me to become a candidate for the ministry in I
I the Established Church. Bat my eyes were
soon opened to the creed I was expected some
day to teacb. and my dislike was increased to
disgust when I perceived that many ot those I
professing to believe it were liars at heart. 1
refused to pursue a career which had bscome
so hateful to me, and resisted all attempts ot
my parents to force me to persevere.
"Eventuallr, 1 saw myself 1 .ftby them to my
own devices, and began to study art-the j
dramatic art, I mean. I wished to bscome an
actor, and to preach to the pnblio tn my own
way, bnt the religions mendacity rampant I
around me gave me no rest. Borne I saw nt- I
tering deliberate un truths, while others, know- I
lng them to be such, hat en ed with contemplo- I
ons indifference. Gradually I taught myself
that some striking deed was indispensable lo
rouse the public mind fr om i ts apa thy and ch a so I
sway the mists of superstition. |
"L therefore*, determined to seize tbe first
favorable ooporiaoity that offered for shooting
? clergyman while io tbs act of uttering his
accursed perjuries. I have done it. I have
myself cast the ball an'j Jone my best to render
the shot feta). I am sound in body and mind, I
sn* scorn the smrgeetion that I have acted
under the disturbing influence ol temporary
insanity. I perfectly knew what 1 was about,
and am convinced there are many able to oom-1
prehend the disinterestedness of my purpose, I
though they may,*perhaps, not approve tbe j
method chosen to compasa it. My design was
to shoot Mr. Heinrioi, and I was prepared to
pay the penalty of the deed. " i
Such in substance was the ?talement of the I
rsoUass. misguided young man. Inquiries
seem fully to confirm his words. His bavins I
missed st s distance of three paces ar first I
gave rise to the surmise that be bad fired wit''
blank cartridge; bnt it ia only too true that
there was a ball in the barrel. The course of I
the ball bas been exactly traced. Passing wit h- I
'ed < b? open balustrade of the gallery in whicn
the Dum Chor-celebrated for its vocal per?
formances-was stationed, and grazed the
cheek of one of the choristers, a boy of twelve. I
The little fellow, although hia clieef instantly
begab to swell, did not leave the church, bot
sang his all Jtted part to tbe md. The Prince
Adalbert, the only member of the Royal family
present, wnen the service was over hastened
to express his sympathy to the clergyman and
tbe little chorister boy.
THE G RE ATTIRE IN BALTIMORE.
The Bil timor? Sun, of Thursday, gives the
following account ot a fire which broke out m
hat city on Wednesday:
About ll o'clock yesterday morning a fire
broke oat in tht> oakum factory of Messrs. R.
B. Hanna & Co., on the north side of Thames
street, between Ann and Wolf, which soon
spread to the surrounding property, involving
a loss much heavier Iban has been occasioned
by fire in this city for manv years. The oakum
factory was of blick two stories high, and was
entirely consumed. From it the flames spread
with great rapidity to the lamber yard ot John
W. Bandolph, adjoining, on the corner of Wolf
and Lancaster streets, the large amount of lum?
ber in which waa entirely destroyed. Fanned by
a moderate wind,the flames soon communicated
to the buildings in the neighborhood, and in
a brief space of time nearly every house in the
block bounded by Thames, Wolf, Lancaster
and Ann streets was on fire. With the excep?
tion of two tbe bouses were all small, with
shingle roofs, which had been dried almost to
the condition of tinder by the late excessive
heat. The bouses were mostly occupied by
Germans, there being in some of them several
families, and none, perhaps, without two or
three. Among the property destroyed was the
extensive machine shops of Messrs. E. H. Fra?
zier A Co., on ih-modstreet, with all their
valuable contents, including six new steam en,
ginee ready for delivery. Messrs. Hill & Rist
had an iron foundry on the same premises which
was considerably damaged. The paint and oil
store of Mr. John Welch, and the ship joiner es
lishment of Mr. Charles Morris, also on
Thames-street, were entirely destroyed. The
Copenhagen House, on Thames-street, near
Ann, enffered greatly, lt waa occupied by Mr.
Peter Sohmidt, who lost most of bis furniture
and stock, or had it so greatly damaged as to
be mostly unavailable. The dwellings of Her?
mann Vanderboret and Henry Houtsman, on
Thames-street, were nearly entirely destroyed.
Dwellings Nos. 282, 284, 2S6, 288 and 290. on
Arch-street, were entirely burnt out. The fire?
men had only arrived on the ground siter the
breaking ont pf the fire, and worked snergeti ?
cany, devoting themselves to deluging tbe
houses with water, and in tb ts manner many
' poor families necessarily bad their furniture
much injured before it could be removed.
At 1:30 o'clock a number of firemen stationed
on Lancaster-street, in the rear of Bandopb's
lumber yard, and who had been diieotiug their
energies to saving a row of frame houses and a
small Methodist Chnreb, known as the Ban?
dolph Chapel, were driven from their positions
by t e angry eheet of flame, whic'.i. sweeping
airosa <b? street, quickly enveloped the bull?
ing. A I'OW minutes later be roofs of six two?
st ry and attic dwellings ou tho northwest
corner of Lancaster and Wolf streets were
wrapped in flumes, bat by tho effoits of the
firemen only the corner bouse was destroyed,
tue other hoaxes barnin? no lower than the
attics, ibo efforts of the firemen corking
ni Laricaster-^treet wa* to prevent.'ii possi?
ble, the fire from geting tc the4 lows of
small dwellings on Happy-alley. This alley
was filled with smalt tramo tenements, and
it was evident that it the fire gained
the ascendency in that locality the destrac
I lion won ld have been carried far np Lancaster
and other streets. The firemen were reward?
ed with success. Lancaster, Thames, Ann and
Wolt a'roots, daring tbe progress of the fire,
presented a ead scene. Thrown into every
conceivable shape were piles of furniture,
crockery, window sashes, shutters and bed?
ding, and occasionally there could be encoun?
tered groups of women and children lamenting
the sudden destraction of their once happy
homes. So rapidly did the flames communi?
cate with the houses on the east Bide of Ann
street, that several families .'tere unable to re?
move any of their furnituro save on the first
floors. The roofs of a large number of houses,
many of them distant six squares from the
?scene or destruction, were set on fire by burn?
ing: pieces of timber, wafted from the lumber
yard of fdr. Bandolph. Several firemen and
citizens were slightly injured by bricks and
pieces of timber falling from the burning
buildings. Mr. Hanna, owner of the oakum
factory where the fire originated, was so badly
W?5 by a quantity of bricks falling upon
lum, that he bad to be conveyed to his home
in a hack.
LIVERPOOL-Per 'British bark Minnie-1000 bb?s
Spirts Turpentine. 1798t bis Rosin.
PALMA, MAJORCA-Per sehr Wanata-44,630 fett
Lumber, 133,016 feet Timber.
NEW TORE-Per steamship Mauhattan-44 pack?
in ges Sund rle?, 1 Piano, 78 bales Upland Cotton,
9 bags Bea Inland Cotton, 9 cases Mdse. 46 bales
DomeBilcf, 276 bble Rosin, 3 titree? Rice. 163
empty Barrels, 10 hhds Copper, Ac, 96 bales
Waste, 50 casks Clay, 46 empty Carbons, 68 bus
Pindera....Per sehr N W ?mith-160,000 feet
Lumber, 488 bbls Naval Stores, 34 hhds Molas?
se*, 1 Piano, S cases Md-e, 300 kegs Powder.
Cb artesian Colton, ll lee ?nd NUT al Stores
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWB, 1
CHAMEMOS, Saturday Evening, August 28. i
COTTON.-This article was without important
movement, the stock bel?g too small for transac?
tions of note, bales 10 balee st S0*c ? a. We
Ordinary to good ordinary.33 080
Low middling.....*........31 <a
By New York classification we quote :
Rioc-There were no transactions in the grain,
the market being nearly bare of stock. We quote
nominally common to fair cl sn Carolina at 8@8J?;
NAVAL, SZOBZS.-The market was steady- the fol?
lowing transactions taking place: 47 bbls of spirits
turp?n line in COUD try packages at 88c; 8T bbls do do
id Inferior passages at 37* ; 7 bbls No. 1 rosin at $8;
3 brffs do dull and opaque at 13; 70 bbls No. 3 st
$180; 76 bbls No. 3 do at fl 76; 32 bbls low No. 3 at
.if ar ketts by Telegraph.
LOSTOCK, August 38-Noon.-Conools 98. Ameri?
can securities flat. Bonds 88*. Sugar, afloat 38s
Evening.-Cone Dis 93*. Bonds 83*.
LIVERPOOL, August 28 - Noon.-Cotton dull:
uplands 18*d; O. leans 13*al3*d; eales 6000 bales;
ETSI lng.-Cotton dull; up'ands 13*d; Orleans
13,S'al3*d; s?les ?000 balee; export and speculation
1000 bales. Pork buoyant at 107s 6d. Lard 77s.
Tallow 47s 6d. Others unchanged.
D0UE8TJ.0 MA BEETS.
NEW TOBE, August 38 -Noon.-Stocks steady
but dull. Money 6a7. Sterling, long 9*; short 10.
Gold S3*. '63's 23. Flour dall and declining.
Wheat unchanged. Com la3c better. Pork nomi?
nal, $82. Lard dull Cotton quiet at 34*0. Tur?
pentine 41*a42c. Rosin steady, good common
fl SS; strained 12 37*. Freights firm.
Evening. - Money abundant. Bank statement
shows banks ?tili contracting; legal reserve decreas?
ed f1,600,000. Sterling nominal at 9*a9*. Gold
firm at 34*. Governments strong. '63's 33*.
Southerns dull. Stocks cloved steady. Cotton a
shade Armer; sales 900 bales st 34*a86c, Flour de?
clining, superfine t6 SOaS IS. Wheat heavy, In?
diana and Ohio red fl 60al 64. Corn scarce st fl 16
al 18. Whiskey fl 21. Pork lower at ?81 87*a
8212*. Lard easier, kettle 19**19*0. ?rocerfcs
and naval stores quiet. Freights fairly active and
BALTIMORE. August 28.-Cotton quiet at 31*c.
Floor doll; buyers demand reduction; white prime
firm; low grades dull. Corn firm, white fl Ital 17;
yellow fl liai 16. Oats Atm. Bye dull. Pork and
bacon firm and active. Wbitkey very dull at tl 32*
CINCINNATI, Adgutt 3d. - Corn scarce at tl 10;
distilling dec and pressing. Whiskey unsettled at
fl 18. Piovlsioni dull and dropping. Perk $83 26a
33 60. Bacon, shoulder* 16**16*0. I ard I9*e.
LOUISVILLE, August 28.-Mess pork SSA. Bacon,
shoulders, 10J,c; rides 19**19*c; hams, sugar
cured 22c; fancy 23*e. Lard 20*c. Whiskey fl 21.
WiuintoTON, Augast 28. - Spirits inrpentine
closed quiet at 38*c Rosin steady at fl00a3 76.
Crude turpentine tl S&3 Tar $2 40.
Mc BILE, August 28 - Cotton sales 200 bales; low
middling 29*c; receipts 30 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, August Sa-Cotton, no sales; re?
ceipts 39 I slea; exports 474 bales. Sugar, prime
14al4*c. Molasses,reboiled70;. Gold 33*. bur
ling 46*. New York sight * premium.
-sxvnctMBQ .JI?^XX?I tar- evana rtrcvspss ITO gaegj
exports 234 bales.
AUGUSTA, August 28 -Cotton continues firm, with
a good demand at 31c for middling; sales 28 lalee;
receipts 18 bales.
BOSTON. August 25 -COTTEE-Tbe market for
coffee bas been dull rince our lest and prices remain
without improvement. The saiei ot Java have been
confined to small lois at 23a34*c, gold; and Float
19a23c per lb, currency, as to quality, in St Domin?
go nothing has been done and prices are nominal.
COTTON-l hr re hts been considerable excitement
in the cotton market the psst week, ard prcea have
advanced from l*s3o per lb. Foreign advices art
favorable, and the stocks are small st leading point
with tbe prospect of lige, t receipts fer some mouths
to come. I he sales hare been at ?10*131 *c for orni
nary; 32**33c for good ordinary; 34i34*clor low
middling; and 35a3S*c tor mlddbug, including up?
lands and Gulf.
DOMESTICS- The demand for cotton and woollen
goods is improving slowly, and the trade are disap?
pointed at the inactivity ihat continue* lo prevail
The market, however, is steady ann firm for desira?
ble goods, and the sales have b en at previous prices.
A good lall trade is still expected.
GUNN v Baas,-the market is quiet and prices are
nominally 16al7*c, and firm.
Gtnnrr CLOTH.-The demand has been good, but
the market remains without improvement. Ibo
sales Lave been 1300 bales at 22*a23*c casb and
time, 60 and 90 days. In domestic bigging sales of
SVtO bundles at 24c per yard, currency.
NAVAL, STORES.-l'h?re have been silos ol 4a600
barrels spirits turpentine, here and to arrive, and
the market is now firm at 46*at8c per gallon. In tar,
sales of 600 barrels at $3 25a3 50 per barrel. Rosin
is quiet and ?tock small.
BICE -Market firm, with sales of 800 barrels Caro?
lina at 8*a9*; and Rangoon at 7**7*c per pound.
WILMINGTON, August 28.-Srarra TCBPENTTNE.
Sales 6U casks at 88*c per gallon-market closing
quiet with light Block.
Boam-Sales of 108 bbls at fl 60 for strained, f3
for extra No 3, and f3 76 for No 1.
CBCDE TURPENTINE- Was without any change in
figures, and SO bbls changed bands at f 3 S0*$3.
TAB.-in consequence of light arrivals sales for
some time past have been ve.-y smalL To-day only
10 bbls were offered, and taken at $2 40.
NASHVILLE, August 26.-COTTON-We note the
arrivpl to-day of another new bale, which was sold
at S3 60-100, and shipped to New York.
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand beptember 1, 1868. 60
Received to-day. 1
8hipped to-day. 1
Stock on hand. ....
FLOCK.-We continue to quote an active market,
with sales OB a basis of <6 25s6; single extra 86 25a
6 60; double extra 16 60*6 75; family f 7 25*8; fancy
t8 50*8 75.
CORN.-We beard of the parchase in depot tc-day
of 600 bushels at 97*c, and 1100 bushels from first
hands brought fl per bushel.
WHEAT.-Market continues a little weak, sales of
prime white being made to-day at $117*. We heard
of the sale of 700 bushels for turare delivery on pri?
vate terms. Ihc receipts amounted to 1264 bushels,
and shipments Included 1000 bushels. We quote
Mediterranean at $lal 05; rei $110; red amber,
AUGUSTA, August 28.-COTTON.-The market to?
day has been almost a standstill. The sales, omouut
ing to 22 bales, were taken by thrre parlies st pre?
vious quotatione. Operations continue i estricto:!
by the extremely limited offerings. Keccipts 14
bales; middlings 31*c. j he market, as a general
thing, bas been quiet but firm ti,rou bout the past
week. Transactions have indeed been vory limited,
from tl e fact that operations have been restricted by
the extremely limited supply off red. In regard to
the supply known to ce on sate, our market may bc
considered as bare. The receipts of the new croo
for tbe season to date have been about 30 bale-. t he
week closes the market firm at 31 Kc for middling.
Sales of the week 120 bales and receipts 115 bales.
Stock on hand 116 bales.
FLOUR--City Mills f8al0. At retail fl per barrel
bisher, country f yali, according to quality.
Coax-Demand light We quote fl 35 for prime
from depot. ~
WHEAT-Is tn active demand and sold that is of?
fered. We quote white as fl 72al T8; red fl 55 al 67 ;
am ber fl 62. .
SAVANNAH, August 26.-COTTON.-Although
there has been some apprehension frem the fear of
caterpillar, we can learn of no good cause of such ap?
prehensions. We must remark, however, that in
many portions of the cotton growing regions, the
rust bas dealt severely upon the plant, causing the
fruit to drop and tbe plant to shed lu leaves. Ibis
bas been the case especially upon l-nds where fertil?
izers ba v been freely used.
The indications at present are flattering. The fore
lng and healthy atmosphere for the past week baa
been all that could be wished for the development
of the staple, and we look forward to a better yield
than we hare bad ?Ince the close of the war.
I In the absence of a stock apon whit, h to operate,
there has been bot Utile bnalneis doing in oar mar?
ket The small transact li ns have been limited to a
few balea of the new crop, for which high prices
I were Mid. We quote: Liverpool middling 31>i;
low middling 30; good ordinary 28.
I The receipts at thia port since A ugust 26th amount
to 941 biles upland, of which 188 balee were received
per Central Kailrojd, 19 per Atlantlo and Guli Pall,
road. The exports tor the same Mme have been 170
bales upland of which 127 bale? upland were sbipped
i to New York, 9 bales upland to baltimore, and 84
bales upland to Philadelphia.
Mox-The stock is so reduced that fears are en?
tertained as to whether there will be enough to sup?
ply the demand, although that is limited. We think
that 300 casks will cover the entire amonnt held,
cleaned and in rouab. This state of affairs enables
those holding to ask suffer prices, which we give at
B%a8Xc, while some parlies areaakingOc by the sin
orle tierce. Repairs are soon to commence on the
! Upper Mill, everything being got ready for the new
crop. All reports from the growing crop agree tn
the fact that rain ls very much needtd for Ailing out
the grains, but we have heard no estimate of the
loss anticipated from lt. Although the crop will not
be as large as waa at first expected, still there is
every reason to suppose that lt will exceed that of
last year In quantity and quality. The odds be?
coming in better condition every year, and the labor
this year having been more available than last, the
nee will likely be heavier and free from grass seeds.
Consignees per .Northeastern Ka Uro ad
440 bbls Naval Stores. 60 bushels Hice. Lumber,
Mdse, Ac To Bavenel A Holmes, Frost A Adger, C
L Brandrot, J C Bradley, D B Haselton, J M Fasou A
Bro, Pelxer, Rodgers A Co. Reeder A Lavis, J V Bar?
den, Kinsman A Howell, J Marshall, Jr, 8 D Stoney.
Goodrich, Winenun A Co, A A Gold ?rm tb A Co, B ?
Simmons. Johnston, Crews A Co, ? Welling, O 8
Hacker, and Order.
Per steamship Manhattan, for Kew York-M P
O'Connor, son and daughter, (i W Parker, wife and
child. Miss Hastie. W Bloodwood, J Bayne and wile,
Mrs Q L Buist, child snd nurse, W M White, Jame.
M Wilson, Mrs O McMillan, Mrs AicMtllan, Mise M
Conroy, Hiss M Tully. P P tl ord md wife, Mrs M
C Br?se and daughter. Miss Loper, Mrs U H West,
Jr, C Henry Wear, Miss C M tac?n, Miss Cunning?
ham, Miss Ashton, Miss McDonald. 8 McDonald. W
Ashton, P H Primrose. Mr Bush, M Mernaugh, J B
Dickinson, W Habb, J O Balley, D O'Neill, J L De
'neville, G Weber, o Jacobs, J Morrie. O Stein, A
Wolfe, D Phillip, H Phillip, E Phillip, B Phillip, J
H bturdevant, C Delafleld, J W Carmalt, W 8 Hor?
sey, Q P Stovall, J E White, J Johnson, 8 Thomson,
L Elias, W R Wheelock, wife and child. B G Pluck
ney, O W Henry, O H I tigrah am, M O Dowd and
daughter, H Daly, J W Beeeeman and son. L Pite.*,
J ii Galvin, L Robertson and family, Mrs Matten?
dorff, ai d M Phillip.
Per steamship Saragossa, from New York-J Suth?
erland, P Walker, W Coates, ? Filcox. W M Gardner,
Mrs Cracoway, Mr Moran, F Loriad, W Lorind, W J
Riley, J Levy, J Raphael, B P Johnston. J Park, O
Sparks, F Hoffman, J Foster, A Russell, J Snodgrass,
E Gager, R Col?. Hiss Lulu Haughton. Alias Tedesco
Robinson, J T Wildon, Mr Woodward, W J Wiley,
Mrs .-mhb, Mise Lina Rober?a, Miss Agnes Ables,
and Nathan Heacb.
Per steamer Dictator, from Pala tia. via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah-Mr Hubbard, O A
Wilson, ? M Kllis, F ? Lit?e. Col T C Henning and
wile, Miss M Burnam. Mrs Stiles, O E Wentworth, A
H Petsch, T Gorham, W M Bird, Mrs Purse, I Fun
da, Mrs Phillips, Miss Whttner, Mr. McGahagin.
wife and three children, Mrs Donahue and sister, T
K birch, and 20 on deck.
Per steamer St Helena.from Edisto-H T Tewel),
C 0 Spann, W Seabrook, J B Wetcoit, B Ludovid, L
D Chadwick, Major L ? Johnson, and 6 on deck.
Port of Charleston, August 30.
rna zs or TH?. MOO?.
Kew Moon, Otb, 13 hours, 46 minutes, morning.
Firat Quarter, 12th, 4 hours. 3 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 20th. 3 boars, 21 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter. 28th. 4 hoar?, 2 minutes, evening.
6. 35 j
Steamer Dktalor, Mcnelty, Pjlatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah. Mdse. To J D
Aiken A Co, O S Quartermaster. J A Eualow A Co,
W B Williams, W II cohen, Wa ker, Evans A Cogs?
well, W M Lawton, r S Purse, Budd A Blake, A H
Petsch, W P DowJiag A Co, Steniiouse A Co, Gold?
smith A bon, Raoul A Lynah, ? Chsmbe-lain, W M
Bird A Co, and others.
Steamer st Helena. Elliott E?l?to. Ac. 1 bale
. viivu, mu?, UL. JO .? a .uuxi.j, J IT I LKjmer,
Conm, Hanckel A Co, L s Woodside, and J Colcock.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, New York-left
25th inst, P M. Mdse, lo Ravcnel A Co, J E Ad?
ger A Co. J D Aiken A co, C D Ahrens A Co, J Apple.
W M Hird A Co, ? Bates A Co. H Bischoff A co, D
Briggs, Bissel! * Co, Budd A blake, H Bulwinkle A
Co, J Blanch. X A Beamish A Co, J Cappel, T D
Clancy, Campeen A Co, 1. Coben A Co, H Cobia A
Cc, Cameron, barkley A Co, Crane, BoylstVn A Co,
W S Corwin A Co, diamond C, Dowio A Moise, D B
B .V. D F Fleming A Co, J i t airly A Co. I L Falk A
Co, B Felamann, Forsyth, McOornb A Co. J L Farly,
H L Freitaa, A G Goodwin A Co, ? G Goodwin A Co,
P L Gul lie min, J H Graver A Co, Graeser A Smith,
C Grave ey, U Gerd s, Hart A Co, H Harris, Holums
A calder, H y mau A Co. I M Horsey A Bro, H Hoff?
mann. N A Hunt, J Hurkamp A Co. Ingraham A
Sou, Johnston, ur?-wi A < 'o, O ? A A S Johnson, J C
A Co, Jeffords A Co, Kinsman A bro, H Klatte A Co,
F K res sel, Jr, J Kanapaux. C Kerrison, A R Letvith,
? J h?-wltti, R Lawloss, J G Lunn, Murphy A Little,
McLoy A Bice, J G Milnor A Co. W A Mehrtens, H
Myer*, Mowrj A Co, MAB, Moffatt A rt harton, M
M A Co, Mantoue A Co, J M Martin, S R Marshal],
WMsz\ck, W Matthlessen, Marshall A Burge, Mul?
ler, Nimitz A Co, M Marks, N E Railroad Agent, B
O Neill, Nachirann A co, J F O'Neill A Son. Oslen
?lorn* A CO, D O'Neill A ron, D Paul A Co, E Perry,
Pelzer, Rodgers A Co, C P Popcenhclm, diamond P,
Ilelcke A Sehashte, J H henu^ker, R A A R C, shack
elf rd A Kelly, J N Robson, W Steele. H Soubey
roux. G W Steffens, t-outhe n Express Co, 8 C Rail?
road Agent. J ? t-cbroeder, J F Taylor A Co, P Teck
lenbeig, Tobias' ion?, U 8 Subsistence Department,
J H Voller!', Werner A Lacker, Wagener A Monsees,
J N M Wobltmann. J Wlrth A Co, and Jose Tupeda.
H ru Josie A Devereiux, Clark, Boston-7 days.
Ice and Mdse. To M G oki-rr. I th A Son, A Gage A
Co, A J kalina?, Order, and o hers.
Sehr Wenonah. Mitchell, Baltimore-6 days. Corn.
loTJKerr A Co. Off this bar spoke thc sehr D F
Keeling, froai .-avauuah for New York, and took
from her a sick mau.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-Jas
Adger A Co.
British bark Minnie, Roberson, Liverpool-B Mure
Merchants' Linescbr N W Smith, Tooker, New York
-W Roach A Co.
Sehr Wanam, Fetherstone,- Palma, Majorca-W P
Sailed 8aturd ny.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
Behr Clara Montgomery, cole, Jacksonville, Fla
From thia Part.
8chr Lottie. Johnson. PreviJence, August 24,
' l p for tbls Fort.
Behr Myrover, Brown, at Nev York, August 27.
?tctam'sKfti. Premetbem, G)ay, at Phil* itlphia, Ang,
Ujiifc-J Viv: . . . -
Sehr J M Richards, Irving at New Yotk, August 26.
Shtpnews b.v I e'. ai apn.
WiLirn-OTOtv, August28- Arrived, Rebecca Clyde
from >?w Yotk. '
' teared, Gcaryfor Baltimore.
Weather clear. Wind SsW. Thermometer 85.
'A.VANN4H, Au^u*<t 28-Arrived, atcamahlp Leo
from New York.
sailed, steamships North Ibist tor Baltimore;
Wyoming for Pnilodelphia; Magnolia and Montgom?
ery for New l'orir.
MVP UK V ICSSlC LS
RT. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR .IIIS POht.
The Viaco, Halli lay, sailed.July 16
British bri;; Courier, Evans, sailed.....July 9
Tue Uomborsund. Mel.on, up.August 13
Bark B B Walker. Pcttlngill, up.August 21
Anna E Glover, Terry, np.August 19
Sehr Nancy'Smith, Boyd, up.August 16
Sehr J M Richards, Irving, cleared.August 25
Sehr M; rover, Brown, up.August 27
Steamship Prometheuf". Gray, cleared.... August 26
Bark RGW Dodge, Munio, cleared.August 24
Sehr Yirgioia Dare, Johnson, up.August 14
_jjartoare, (datiert), <?tr._
gICKLES OU REAP HOOKS,
OF DIRECT IMPORTATION-JUST ARRIVED.
ALSO OH H ANO,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, &c.
At S.U. .MARSHALL,
SIGN OF THE "BIG GUN,"
No. 310 Eirg-rtreet, third door below Society.
August 12 thstulnio
G EN" tKAL SUPEBINTENDENT'? OFFICE, I
CH A BLEST os, 8. C., April 9, 1S69. f
ON AND APT KB 8CTDAY, APhJL 11TH, THX
P ASS LI: Q EE. TBA INS of the Sooth Carolira Bail
road win ros AB follewi :
Leave Char lesion.8.30 A. M,
Arrive at Ajjgust*.4.15 P. M,
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery anr
Leave Charleston......8.S0 A. Y
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester B itt
road, ano Camden train.
Leave Augusta.;.9.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.....S.10 P. M
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. M
Arrive at Charleston..5.10 P. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. U
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nashvill?
and Hew Orleans, vt? Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.10 P. .Vi
Arrive at Charleston.,.4.00 A. K
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.3.05 P. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. y
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville ant
Leave Columbia. .5.8 J P. M
Arrive st Charleston.8.3d A. U.
St; MM?: Itv ILL? LKAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.35 P. M.
Arrive at SuramHrvlIle. cop. v,
Leave Summerville.7.10 ?. M,
arrive at Charleston.1.25 A. V
CAMDEN UH ANC H.
Camden and Columbi t Parsencer Trains on Mox
SATS, WELWESDATS and SATUBDAIS, connects with
up and down Day Passengers at BingvilK
Leave Camden.*?.6.35 ?. M
Arrh a at Columbia.11.00 A. M
Leave Columbia..'..120 p. M
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M.
Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General Superintendent.
urijinrri), (Eastings, ?ti.
K ROM ? TU 350
horse power, including thc
celeorateJ Corliss Cut-ofl
Engines, Slide Valve Sta*
tionarv Engines, Portabit
Engines, Ac Also, Circu?
lar Mulay snd Gang Asw
Mills, Sugar Cane A Us,
shaitlng Pulleys, Ac, Lath
and Shingle Mill*. Wheat
and Corn Mills, Circulai
Saws. Bel tl ns, Ac Send
for descriptive Circular anc
WOOD A MANN STEAM ANGINE CO.,
Vebrnary 18_Uric*, New Tort.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various mes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MUX?, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of *U sizes
HORSE POWER3 AND GIN GEARING, from 6 tt
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hona.
power. Saw and Rice Mill*
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all ^description!
made to order
Particular ationtion paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, rfc, ?Cr,
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MACI1INIS1 AND FOUNDER.
_Sc 314 MEETING-STREET.__
CHAULESTON, S. C.
August 8 row H
Alum & Dry Piaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price. ;
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
IX PRESS BOXES,
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers.)
? . . , (265 Broadway, New York.
w v. P ?a i 721 Chestnut St., Phila.
Warehouses |108Bank St.,Cleveland,0
And for sale by our agents in thf
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE BY
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No. Q03 EAST BAY,
CHA lt LK?T?.V.
Dsccmber 79 lyi
jp R E S II D ll V G S'
G ll Ol AU LT ?Sf CO.** PREPARATIONS
IODIZED 8YRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPO PHOSPHITE OF LIME
All fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. H. HA ER,
May 6 Ko. 131 MEETING-STREET.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTEBS.^
THE GEORGIA SAW GUY
FORMERLY ' CLEMON'S" GIN, OP COLUM?
Iron Screw Cotton Press,
TBE MOST SIMPLE, DURABLE
AND EFFECTIVE EYES
For in forma Lion and Deacrip?Te Lfeis of ine
a bore, apply to
HUGER & RAVENEL,
No. 66 Saut Bay, Charleston, 8. C.,
GENERAL AGENTS FOB STATE.
AX40 AGENTS FOB
PORTABLE BICE THRESHER.?, BICE FANS,
GRIST MILLS, Ac
Angnrt 13 fmwia
YOU TA K K .
WHEN YOU ABE EXHAUSTED BY OVEKWOBK
of bead or hand, and feel tbe need of something in?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxicating
thing, whether nnder the name of Bitters or other?
wise. Such articles givo Just a? mnch strength to
your weary body and mind as the whip gives to the
faded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurions to Norm health, ind are ALWAYS followed
Uodd's Nervine and Inrigorator
la a TONIC and GENTLE STIMULANT which is
NOT attended by RUCTION. What it gains for
you lt maintains. When it r< freshes body or mind,
it refreshes wi'h natural strength ibat comes to stay.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in tbe interest
of an? faction; but long and extended observation
teaches us that he who resorts to the boitte for rest
or recuperation, wiu find, as be keens at it. that he
ls kindling a Bru in his bones abich will consume
like the flames of perdition. Turn from H. Tak* a
tonio that will ref reen snd not destroy. BOD D'S
NEP.7i.st. is for sale hy all Drugttlsu. Price One
Dellar. See Book of Certificates that accompanies
each bottle. 7mos Jone 38
J^K. K I C HAL'S
ASK FOB NO OTHEBi TAKE NO OTHER, AND
you will save lime, health and money.
Sicco BEWARD for any case of disease in any
stage which they fail to core.
Dr. RICH AC'S GOLDEN BALSAM Na 1 cures
Dicers, Ulcerated Sore Throat and Mouth, fr?re
Eyes. Cutaneous or Skin Eruptions. Copnor Colored
Blotches, Sorenessoi tho Scalp, Scrofula, Ac; is the
Elatest Renovator, Alterative and Blood Purifier
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leaves the blood pure and healthy.
Dr. RICH AC'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 3 cures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all its forms,
whether from mercury or other causes; gives Imme?
diate relief in all caaes. No dieting necessary. I
have thousands of Certificates proving the miracu?
lous cures effected by these Remedies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, $5 per bottle, or two bottles for
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe, spee?
dy, pleasant and radical cure for all Urinary De
ragemcnts, accompanied with full directions. Price
S3 per bottle
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR, a
?adiral cure for Nervous or General Debility, in old
or joong;importing energy with wonderful effect.
Price $6 per bottle, or two bottles for 19.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will bo (-hipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid to all correa
dents. None genuine without the name of '-Dr.
RICHAU'S GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. B. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown io glass of bottles.
Address D. B. RICHARDS.
No. 228 Varick-street, New York
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Circu'ars sent._ly_July 3
S O .JSLJLB_
VVarrauted io Remove all Desire
It ls Purely Vegetable and contains
not hi ntf Injuriosas.
The following is one of thousands of testimonial*
that are daily received by the Manufacturer:
DEAS Sm-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you aa oniing to the receipt you have submitted to
me, and the Ingredients ol which I have examined,
is purely vegetable, entirely bat mless, and eon tains
nothing in the least Injurious. It is not disagreeable
to the taste, ?nd as a home article,. I hope you will
meet with ready sale lor it, and I believe that ff the
directions are followed, lt will do all you claimed for
it. JOHN DO YE, M. D.
49" Price 60 cents per BOT. The usual discount
to the Trade.
9" For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLFSALE AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA
AUB Y'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID.
Letter fron Bon. AUs. H. St-phtnt, oj Georgia.
CBAwronnsviLLE, Ga . September 29,18C8.
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid ls an article of little
cost, but great value. Ita domestic as well as medi?
cinal uses are numercna, while ila specialties are
most wonderful 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. H. STEPHENS.
THE WONDERFUL FAMILY .UK DI.
Letter from the Surgeon-Gentral of the late Confeder?
RICHMOND, Ya., January 14, 1869.
JOHN DA?SY A Co., No. 160 William-street, New
Grntlem-n-I have received your letter of the 15th
of December, 1866, collins my attention to your
(Darby's Prophvlactte) Flulu.
I most cheer i olly sute that the Fluid was furnish?
ed to, and extensively u-ed by, the surgeons in
charge of general hospitals in the Confed?rale ser?
vice with great benefit to the patients-all the sur
gcses making a favorable report-a great deal of lt
was used in the hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
SAM'L PRESTON MOORE, M. D,
EMOBT COLLEGE, GXFOED, GA., December 2-9,1868.
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 cla'ms ef your Prophylactic Fluid, but
am well acquainted with ita chemical elements.
While, therefore, I cannot speak experimentally of
the value of the compound vet the disinfecting and
therapeutic properties ol the agent* employed lu I a
compontion, together with the well known rc pu -i
t?on of its discoverer, as a chomlst, authorize mo tn
regard its meriti as ot a bleb order; on the whole it
must be considered as a valuable contrloution to the
cl.is s of articles to which it bete ogs.
These vii TS, I mav add. ar*? Mistimed by thc testi?
mony oi miny c mpeteut judges, who have tested
Its properties. " Believe me, dear sir.
A. Mt-A NS, M.D.. LL. D.
CUBICS KU It KS. WOUNDS, STIX GS, Sit.
ALABAMA INSANE HOSPITA!,, )
Tut5i A)W)09A. December 22 1868. |
Messrs. JOHN DAUBS tc Co.. No. ICO WiilLm-street,
New York J
UeUlemni-l leceived your circulars af the 1< th
Instant, asking on expression ot opinion from me a?
to thc merits of vour Prophylactic Flu d. Hie pre?
paration hos been so g.-nerall} used by tho proles- j
sion and public at large, and so universally esteem- j
ed. that it seems to me to need no furl her recom?
As a disinfectant and remedial agent too, when io
dicat d, it is not excel!* d bf any similar preparation.
We use permeanganic preparations very extensively
m this hr spits], and cou d not do without them. 1
consider yours tue best anl most elegant prepara?
tion ot the kind manufactured.
Respectfully yours, Ac.
P. BRICE. M. D..
Sup't and Physician1 Alabama Insano Hospital.
OO WIS. dc .nc II SK,
August 27 8 Agents for South Can ima.
rpo REMOVE GKEASE SPOTS. .
USE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared, and for sale, wholesale and rettll, by
DE. H. BAER,
May 35 Ko. 131 Metting-street,
frags, (C^mfrals? Ctr.
Purifies the Blood.
For sale by DrastxUta Kmywacn.
rp u B BISHOP Flit bl
TUB BISHOP Plia,f
TUB BISHOP PILL!
A Purely Vegetable Pill iSugar-Coated.)
"COSTAE'S" BISHOP Wit,
"Ii of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveses*. indi?
gestion. Dyspepsia, Headache. Nervous DebilHy,.
Liver complaint." "Tc? best PILL IE the world." (
if edt caf Journal, September 8.
TB! T H ? Ml
I B I THEM!
$3- All Druggists in CHABLE6ION sell them.
COST AR'S "
"CoiUr'i" Hat, Hoach, ?Ve., Eitermi'e,
"to'taiV Bed Bn| Exterminator*.
"toatar'?" (oi'ly pure) Inaeet Powder.
"Only Infallible Hemediej known."
"18 year* established in New York."
"2000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
"111 Beware 111 of spurious imitations."
.'All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them."
For $1, $2, S3 and $5 sizes, Address
ito. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Sold in CHARLESTON, 8. C., by
GOOL! RIC II, WIN KM AN Ai CO.
Varch 33 SAO lyr
S K O O I
SCBOFCLA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
NERVOUS DEBILITY, RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA, SIDNEY. AFFECTIONS,
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
Obstinate or long standing diseases of the
. - BLOOD, LIVER, URINARY ORGANS,
NERVOUS SYSTEM, Ac
It purifies and enriohee the Blood, eradicates all
Syphilitic or Scroluloua Taints. Restores the Liver -
and Kidneys to a healthy action, aid? digestion, reg?
ulates the bowels, and invigorate* the Nervous Sys*
s?- NOT A SECBET QUACK MEDICINE.-**.
FORMULA AROUND EACH BOTTLE.
Recommended by the best Physicians, eminent
Divines. Editors, Eroggiets, merchants, Ac.
49? THE BEST AND MOST POPULAR MEDI?
CINE IN USE.
PBEFABED ONLY BT
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
(An experienced and well-known Physician and'
Laboratory and Office, No. 6 Main-street,
KOKI OLE, VA.
Price One DoPar per bottle.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO , T
DO WIE A MOISE.
Charleston, 8. C.
And Druggists everywhere.
July 26 SAC lyr
URE P O Pt
THE ONLY CERTAIN
RAT DESTROYE R
sealed aud warranted to
keep fresh for all time
the greatest discovery
if its kind in the age we
(vein. No person need
be troubled with RATS,
MICE, BED BOGS or
ROACHE^, tor Mr. lsaacftn's detractive remedy is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapne?? is
' as wonderful as its efficacy. Bundieds of te? ?alo
1 niais have been received from all parta of the "J
ihe great ad ?ru tage this SURE POP voa;: es
over all rhsQax preparations ls the FA CT that.
Certain in ita Effects,
and free from the unpleasantness of rats d:1)f in
their holes, as it causes them to leave me premises
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely aa to
16?ve , ^,
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbera ot references can be made to
Persons in tnt* City,
who have successfully u?*d it
SOLE AGENTS FOB SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOWIE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUOGISTBf
Corner Meeting and Hasei-streets,
April 23 rn wi Cmo Charleston, 8. ?,