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?THE DAILY NE1
Ode ?a the Death of J. C. Cavlhi
sr sunni. oTT.MAN, ?. r>.
TTrittm et rt? re?*?*! of ito Faculty of Ceium
if?t and rung at ?J obtequits.
Fare thee well 1 from itomas below,
Tried and mighty spirit, gol
Worker t to thy high reward;
Faithful servant! to thy Lord.
Son and type of thy great time ;
Prophet, with the eye sublime ;
Statesman, In thyself a host.
Martyr, dying at thy pott 1
Bareet gifts in thee we saw ;
Thought-that probed each bidden las
Prt?ence- bte a felt control;
Speech that awed a talion's soul.
Mied of giant, heart of child ;
Quickly roused or reconciled;
Braying, bat forgiving foes;
Stirred, that otho: a might repose.
Thon wast proud, confiding, free,
. Uie thy Ptate's ora chivalry;
Morai stain oontdst not endure.
Like thy State's own daughters, pure.
Thundering 'neath the Federal dome,
Twrnhag Kmdlj to thy home.
? Feared, extolled or disapproved.
Still thou wast revered and loved.
- Falling at thy noan of fame,
,\ Thoo, with ripe and world-wide name,
Need'at no ?or s from 111?; but we,
Cart.ling here have need of thee.
6od of nation? 1 quench the brand
Catt on our imperilled land ;
Bid our patriot's honored gr?ve
Speak the word which yet may tar?.
[TTJE J JUD WON DEBS.
?xperlemee* of Power?, the ScwJ
. watt* Ghottly Visitors- Hi? Kelatl
- ?om? 8tra mare Manifestations-He
lleves itt Spooks.
Ir. Bellows contributes to Appleton's
nal a paper entitled "Sittingo with Power
Sculptor." In the .conree of a conven
' Mr; Powers relates the following epiritut
These spiritualistic phenomena ba7e a
interested me, although I have never be
? the-least carried away by them. 1 recolle
bed many "seances" at my boase and C
when Home was here. I certainly saw, i
circumstances where fraud or coGusio
prearrangement of machinery was im poa
tn inj own house and among friends inca
ol tending themselves to imposture j mani
curious things. That
HAND FLOATING Dt THE AXB,
of .which ali the world has heard, I have
There was nothing but moonlight in the r
ii in true, and there is every presum;
against such phenomena under stich dr
trances. But what you see, you see, and i
believe, however difficult to account for i
recollect that Mr. Home sat on my right fa
and, beside him, there were six others r<
one-half of a circular table,, the empty
" toward the window and the moonlight
ir U8E3> ?-A>\
All our fourteen bands were on ihe t
when a hand, delicate and shadowy, ye
- fined, appeared, dancing slowly Just the c
side of the table, ind gradually creepin
higher, until above what would have been
elbow, it terminated in a mist. This band si
came nearer to Mrs.-, at the right
of the tabla, and seemed to pat her :
"Couldit take a fan?" cried her boab
Three raps responded "Yes," and the lady
a fan near it, which it seemed trying to t
"Give it the nanc ie," said the husband,
wife obeyed, and it commenced slowly furn
her with m neb grace. "Couldn't it fan
rest of the company V" some one axclain
when three rans signified assent, and the hi
passing round, fanned eaeh of the compi
and wen slowly waa lost tb view.
A CHILD-GHOSTS HA>D.
I felt, on asotber cenatas?, aVUfUe hand
was pronounced tnafcf of s los* child-patt
my cheek and arm. I took hon of it. It
warmanderuientjyatihildwband. I, did
todftn my bo?; ?bot ij? seemed to melt ou
my crutch. Many other similar experience
have had. It ie interesting to know that
erle ct is not to create supernatural terr?n
morbid feeiings. My children, who knew
?bout it, and were presen^ never showed
signs of trepidation^ such ss ghost-stories
elie in sensitive and young brains.
ZSBOBX ABOUT A BPTBirUAL BOD!.
I have always thought that there was soi
thing yet inexplicable shout the nervous
ganization wbich might eventually show ne
fie Irving much nearer to spiritual forms tl
most believe, and that a not impossible op
hag of oar inner senses might even here e;
ble na to perceive these forms. When we i
* non te nit flesh and blood we see his o
ward robes. Ti his nervous system alone wi
delicately separated out fro m his body it woi
have the precise form of his body; .for 1
nervest fill no* only each tissue of the bo<
hat extend even to the enamel of the teetb a
the fibres of the heir. There is no part-of 1
- nnwnn fraxotbat is not foll of these ii.visii
ramifications. Show na a min's nes*4Jus s;
tem, and tilmy as it might be io parts, ]
form would be perfectly retained, even to 1
eyes.. Now this, is one great step towards ]
spiritual body. A little further re?nen?
might bring na to what is beneath the nervo
system, the spiritual body, and it might st
have the preciso form of the man. I believe
possible for thia body to appear, and, nod
certain states, to be seen. I do ?ot often me
-lion a waking vision I enjoyed more tb
twenty years ago, but I will tefl yen. It ha
pened fl ve-and-twen tyjears ago.
4 BKVAEZABXX VATCTQ VISION.
I bad retired at the usual boor, and, ai
blew oat ?ho candle and got into bed, I looki
upon our infant child sleeping calmly on tl
other side of ita mother, who also was som
ae'eep. As Hay broad "awake, thinking <
Unany things, I became.suddenly conscious <
i a strong light in the room, and thought I ma
have forgotten to biow ont tbs candle.. I loci
red at the stand, bat the candle waa ont. Stil
,the. light incraased.'sad I began to fear somi
thing was on fire in the room, and I leoke
over t sward my wife's sids to see if it were st
wSfhsre was no sign of fire, bot, as I cast va
eye'upwaid, and as it were to the back of tb
, bed, I ssw a green hillside, on which two bri gt
figurea, a young man anda.vouns woman, the;
arma . acree* each other's shoulders, wei
standing and looking down. With countenance
full vf tere and grace, npon our sleepin
infant. . " y ; . Q
A LOOK INTO THE 6FIB1T LAND.
A glori?os brightness seemed to clothe ther
and to shine m upon the room. Thinking i
possible that I wis dreaming, and merely fas
d|fw fillSeTf awake ' TOr* ihe visitor vanishet
io shoat ihe time I have been belting yon th
story and left mo wondering,) I felt my pulse
to see whether I bad any fever. My pulse wai
as 'calm as a dock. I never was broader await
in my rife, and I said to myself, "Thank God
what I have been longing tjr years to eajo\
haast length been granted me, a dir-ct loo!
intp the ?pintas! world I" I was ,so moved b\
the reflections excited by tibia experience, tba'i
I could not restrain myself from awaking mt
wife and telling her what had happened. Sot
instantly folded her child to her bosom, weep?
ing, sud said : "And is oar darting, then, sc
soon to be taken from ns ?? i pacified, her b;.
telting her that there was no evil omen in thc
Tiaim 1 had seen; that the countenances oi
the heavenly visitants expressed only peace
and Joy, and that there was notoiug to dread
of bann to our child. And so we found it. I
have longed much sines to have any similar
experience, bat I never had it.
PO WEBS A 8PIBIT GALTST.
Mr. Powers being asked whether he really
behoved in tho pretensions of modern spirit?
ualists, said: lam not a believer in the reve?
lations of spirits,at made known through me?
diums or otherwise, for most corrupt and un?
worthy communications are often made; and,
with many mediumt, there is a great deal of
trickery, while there are some so-called me?
di?me who are nothing else than charlatans.
Bot I do believe in the fact of spiritual manifes?
tations, animal magnetism, and the moving of
solid bodies, by means as yet unexplained by
purely scientific men. 1 believe we are now at
the threshold of s new era of discoveries verv
unlike the psst.
-The boldest snd most scientific feat vet
performed st Niagara is promised before the
se ison closes, bys daring lellow, who pro?
poses to cross the river without the employ?
ment ot any snob safeguard as an "undershot"
velocipede, and, in fact, he will even difpense
with toe rope. This new miracle, who, we pr??
?ame, will claim the distinction of the "Cana?
dian Sinbad," designs Using an aerial flight
sornas the chasm on Wings; and ks wild as
?neb sn attempt would seem, we can state as
s positive fact that apparatus is cow heir g
constructed for that purpose.
HARBOR-ISLAND, BAH-Per British sehr Hary A
Susan-30,000 feet Steam Sawed Lamber.
BOSTON-Per Behr Mary 0 Boos?veK-400 tons
NEW JORK-Per steamship Charleston-79 tierces
Bice, 260 bales Cotton, 65 casts Clay, 22 bandies
Paper, 8 bales Domestics, 9 Packages, 62 Lire
Charleston Cotton, Klee and Naval
Stores il ark et.
OrPICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, I
CHARLESTON, Tuesday Braning, September 7. I
COTTON.-The market opened steady, with a fair
demand, hat as the day advanced prices became
easter, and towards the close some tran sac tiona took
place at rates abont Jic ? ?. off. The sales were
abont 130 bales, say : 6 at SOc; 6 at 30tfc; 37 at 31c;
3 at 31 -4'c ; 1 at 31 #c; 4 at 32c ; 38 at 32),c ; 28 at 33c;
1 at 333?c; 1 extra staple at 36c V ?. We quote:
Ordlnaryto pood ordinary.28 @31
Strict middling.88 ?
By New York classification we quote :
Bios.-The market was bare of this grain, and
there were consequently no salee.
NAVJL .STORES.-There were no transactions du?
ring the day under this head.
M ar ar. eta by Telegrapn.
LONDON, September 7-Noon. - Consols 92%.
American securities Bar. Bon is 82%. Sugar Arm
os the spot and afloat Common rosin 5s 9d.
Evening.-Conrols 93. American securities firm
r. Bends S3. Sugar Duoyant on the spot and
LTVEEPOOL, September 7-Noon.-Cotton dull;
uplands I3>ial3;:d; Orleans 13Xd; sates 5000 bales.
Afternoon.'-Cotton dull; uplands 18J,d; Orleans
13S'al3^d. Tarns and fabrics heavy, aiess pork
buoyant at 109s. Braids tuffs dull.
Evening.-Cot'on-uplands 18>?d; Orleans \$%\
13 X d ; sales 6000 bale?, of which 3000 balea were for
sp?culation and export Floor 2Se. Corn 39s 6d.
Bed Western wheat 9? lOdalOs.
PAUS, September 7.-Bourse excited but Aimer.
Rentes 7Cf 35c.
Afternoon.-7 he Bourse closed flat. Rentes 70?
Evening -Bourte flatter. 70f 35c
HATEE, September 7.-Cotton opened quiet and
Evening.-Cotton flat on the spot; quiet a3.at;
Tres ordinaire on Ute spot ll 61 ?ic.
NEW Toas, September 7-Noon.-Stocks unset?
tled and le veri > h. Money active at 7c. Merl ?np,
long 8','; short 8%. Oold 36?*. Cotton heavy at
35c Turnentinequiet at 42c. Rosin quiet; good
common $3 35; strained ?3 37a3 40.
Evening.-Cotton a shade lower; aales SCO bales,
at S4\'c. Floor, superfine to fancy State $5 40a7 10;
superfine to choice white wheat Western $5 75a7 30;
Southern dnll and declining, common to choice ex?
tra 96 60a ll. Wheat etea iy at noon's decline. Corn
acaree,.mixed Western 120al 22. Beef steady. Pork
dull and lower at ?31 50*31 76. Lard quiet and
steady, lc kettles 19>?a2Cc. Whi-key heavy at $110
al 13, nearly all at tl 10. Groceries and naval
stores quiet Freights unchanged. Governments
dull. '62's 22>i. Southern securities irregular.
Money active at f. Sterling weaker at 85,'. Gold
quiet al 36','. Stocks feverish.
BALTIMORE, September 7. - Cotton quiet, at
34)ic. Fleur quiet. Wheat nra er, prime to choice
red SI 55al 60. Corn firm at SI 18al 20 Pork quiet.
Bacon firm; shoulders 16Jic. Whi-key $112.
Ciscnnun, September 7.-Whisker unsettled;
large lota SI 03; small lots $1 08. Pork dull at $32 SO,
I bat generally held at $32 75. Bacon Ann; shoulders '
!5 5?C ; clear ribbed sides 16 Xe Lard 19 vc.
LOUISVILLE. September 7. - Provisions qniet
Me>s pork $34a3t 25. Shoulders 16alCJ-?c; clear,
aides 19fcc. Lara 20c. Whiskey tl C8.
WaUfxstOTON, September 7.-Sn<nt? turpentine,
nothing doug; no stock. Botin quiet No 3 tl 76a
la Crude turpentine quiet at $2 tC-3. Tar firmer
at t3 45.. Weather clear; wind nor bliest; then
AUOCOTA, September 7.-The cofon market dosed
haavy, with prices in favor of buyers ; sales316 bales;
I receipts 290 bala?; middlings nominally SisSl'jic.
I New cotton is arriving freely.
FATA**AX, September 7.-Receipts of cot'on 806
' Bales; exports 604 bales; ?ales 125 bales; cotton saar
kat easier, (he stringency of money limiting opera?
tions to small lots; middlings 31?a32c.
MOBILE, September 7.-Cotton, sales 175 bale?,
closed Brm; low middlings Soe; reedits240 bales.
Twckerxnan ot Co.'s Gunny Clots? Cir?
Stock in Boston and New York September 1,
6tock in Boston and New York, Sf ptexnber 1,
On the way from Calcutta, september ),
On lb? way from Calcutta, September 1,
1869.. .. rm.... rcrtrr..bags.. nene..
On shipboard at Cale urta, July 18,1869. ba es.. 75
On shipboard at Calcutta, July 16, 1869.bags.. 100 |
'iotal stock 1869.35,413
Stock m Bcston-and New York, September 1,
Stock in heston and New York, September 1,
On th* way mun Calcutta, September 1,
On ti>e way from Calcutta, September 1,
Total stock 1868.60,079
CLOTH- Sales in August, about 7000 bales at
23!*?23^'o cnn ency, cash, dury paid-, and at 17a
I7?o go'd, duly paid, future delivery.
BACM.-aAlts io August, about 800 bales at 16?* a
17>?c turreury, dury paid, according to Wtigbt
- j Wilmington Bsarket.
WILMINGTON. Sepiembor 6-TTJRPESTIXE-Only
about 30 bbls received to-day, which told at S3 tor
virgin, $2 50 for yellow dtp, and tl SO tor bard, $
fcxiarw Tt^PKKTrsx-Market firm and but tittle
atoes, offering : aales of 145 bbls at 38%c for country,
and 39c fl gallon for N Y packages.
ROSIN-1 he talcs to-day reached 1161 bbls at tl 60
for straioed. tl 7Sal 80 for No 3, 84 for No 1, and
$4 87?a 5 for pale.
TAB-?0 bois sold at $9 40 fl bbl.
Per steamship Gharlsstoo, for New York-S T
Wella, H P Wells, J Wilson. Miss M Ravenel, Miss A
I Bavenol, B O'Neill, Misa Maggie O'Neill, W D Pecos,
W Ravenel, Misa E fcroons, Miss S Screous, Matter
J O'Neill,"Master F O'Neill, Miss Alice O'Neill, E C
Howard, L Clea por, and :0 on deck.
Per steamship Falcon, for Baltimore-Miss Eva M
Horsey, Miss Geraldine Courtenay, and 3 on deck.
Per steamchip Manhattan, from New York-O
CoUlna, Master Morello, C Wulburn. wife, child and
servant, D 8 Miller and wife, Mrs ( rawley and child,
B Crane, C T Dunham, J Davidson, Ur Riordan,
wile, two children and nurse, J B Moorhead snd
wife, 8 Way, 1L Wirsell and wife, E D Keeler and
wife, J W Cannait. Miss R V Crogban. Miss Plnck
ney, N Ostilnger, M O'Neill, Misa E Davidson, Wm
Bosch, Miles Drake. Mis Morello, infant and servant,
S Thompson, I R Wlckenberg, O M Smith. Charles
B Buist, O Blanche, O B Chapman, W E Banter, T
Street and wife, Mrs Edgerton, Miss Richards, acd
10 on deck.
JPort ot Charleston. Sept'r 8^
FORT CA~Lui?N VAJ-i.
?HA ES Ot* TUE MOON.
New Moon, 6th, 12 hours, 46 minutes, moraine.
First Quarter. 12th, 4 hours. 3 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 20th, 3 boors, 21 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 28tb. 4 hours, 3 minutes, evening.
t?|. . j
5 SEPTEMBER. ' "i*' '
?L1 I BUSES. 6EI8.
6 Monday....; 8..39 6..16 | 6..CS | 8.. 2
71Tp.esday....j 5..40 , 6,.15 7..4V S..46
8We4a?sday. 5..40 6..14 8..'. ' ?..81
9T??u*jBiay... 5..41 I 6..13 8..1 10..21
lo FrWty..... 5..4T , 6;.ll 9..39 , .1.. 9
HlSaturday... 5..42 6..10 10..23 1 ?.ora.
12Snuday. 5..43 I 6" 8 .11.. 8 J13.. 4
Arriver! kc ste ra ay.
Steamship Manhattan,. Woodhull, New York-left
Fat unlay, 4.3C P M. Mdse. To James Adger A Co,
J E Adger A Co, G W Aunar D A Amn>e, E Bates &
Co, H Bischoff A Co. W M Bird A Co, A Bischoff, F
O Borner, Bjllmann Bro?, T M Bristol), C D Brahe A
Co, J O Boescb, B A A P Caldwell, T M Cater. W H
Chaise A; Co.Clarina A Witte, H Cobla & Co, Crane,
Boylston A Co, .W S CtorWa A Co, f Comm! je, H
Daly, G Davis, M Drake. Douglass A Miller, L Dun
nt-mao, J. R .Duval A Son, B-F Fleming A Col 7. L
Falk A Ce, J 8 Fairly A Co. H Gerdts A Co. A G Good?
win A Co, Goodrich, Wineman A Co, O, Gravelev, J
B Graver A Co, W Gurney.'P L G?iuemin. J HUT
kamp A Co, Bart A Co. T M Borsey 4 Bro, Harken
schie-d, N A Hunt, W S Hcnerey, J H Hillen, F 8
B?hnes, D B Baselton. Jeffords A Co, Jennings
Tbomhnson A Co, C Kerrison, H Klatte A Co, Knox' j
Daly k Co. Khhck, Wickenberg 4 Co, Kinsman A
Bro, J T Kanapanx, F Kresse], Jr, Lsnrey k Alexan?
der, Lensn.ck A Bell, C litschgi, L Lorentz, Muller,
Nimitz k Co, J O Milner k Co, N A Mehrtens, Man
tone k Co, Marshall k Burge, Moran k Peters, Os?
tendorff k Co, N eui vii Ie k Hannam, D O'Neill A
Sons, J 0 Ojemann, B O'Neill, J F O'Neill k Son, 0
F Panknin, D Paul A Co, Pelrer, Rodgers k Co, J 8
A E Pierson, B Perry, O P Poppenheim. J A Quack
enbush, Bavenel k Holmes, J Bella. Biordan, Daw?
son k Co. B Both, W Beach k Co, W P Bussell A Co,
Siecke A Schachte, C Bocsler. 8 C Kallroad Agent, N
E Bailroad Agent, Strauss k Vance, L Schnell A Co,
E B stoddard A Co, G W Steffens, Stenhou-e A Co,
Southern Express, J F Taylor k Co, P Tecklenberg.
8 Thompson. Walker, Evans A Cogswell, Werner A
Ducker, G W Williams A Co, W G Whllden A Co, B
White, P Walsh. W J Tates, and others. Encounter?
ed strong southeast winds and very heavy sea.
British brig Lady Perle. Patterson, Salt Elver, Ja?
maica-35 days. Logwood. To the Master. Bound
to Falmouth for orders and put in leaky.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-James
Adger k Co.
Brig Mary C Roosevelt, Farnsworth, Boston-Blsley
A Creight m.
British sehr ?ary k 8uaan, Cleare, Harbor Island,
Bahama*-A C anale.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, New York.
Steamship Time. Partridge, New York. ?.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia,
Steamship Falcon, Horsey. Baltimore.
Steamer Dictator, McNeity, Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah.
Prem thia Port.
Steamship Champion, lockwood, New York, Sept 7,
Cleared for this Port.
Bohr Palmer, Ban sin, at New York, Sept 4.
SaUed for thia Port.
Steamship Jas Adger. Lockwood. New York, Sept 7.
Brig Monica, McCobb, from Bockport, Me, Sept 3.
UST UP VE?8KLS
OF, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR i BIS P9hT
c O Kt I . N
The Duke of Wellington, Allen, up.August 17
The Finco, Halliday, sailed.July 15
British bark Dalkeith, Langwill, sailed....August 19
The Homborsund, Nielson, up.August 18
Bark B B Walk- r, KHlnglll, up.August 21
Anna E GIOVA lew, up.A turu st 19
Sehr Ic Belia, Fisher, clea.-ed.Sept 1
Brig Monica, McCobb, railed.Sept 3
5 KW TOM.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, sid..Sept 7
Sehr Palmer, Bankin, clesred.Sept 4
Sobr Mi rover. Brown, up.August 27
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, cleared.August 31
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, np.Sept 3
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LADIES' GUIDE TO BEAUTY.30
BOXING MADE EASY.20
FONTAINE'S GOLDEN WHEEL FOR1UNE
TELLER AND DBf AM BOOK.40
BOOK OF HOU.-EHOLD PETS.66
THE ART OF BEAC TY, by Lola Montez.8U
THE PLAY GBOU.ND.55
AMERICAN CABD PLAYER.65
HOW GAMBLERS WIN, OR I HE SECRETS
OF ADVANTAGE PLAYING.56
THK BASE BALL PLAYER..15
LI 1ER All ? ALBUM.15
DAY'S DOINGS. 15
POLICE NEWS OR GAZETTE.15
BUNYAN'S PILGRIMS PRO'JREaS.35
BUDGET OF FUN.20
. Either of the following E . oks mailed on receipt of
four 3c. stamps.
Old numbers of LESLIE'S. GODEY'S. PETER?
SON'S. LAND WE LOVE, or DEMOREST'S.
Any one ot Beadles or Munro's DIME NOVELS.
Also, a Comic or Sentimental SONG BOOK.
Novels by Ch?nes DlCKcns:
OLIVER TWIST, 172 PAGE?, 30 CENTS; AMERI?
CAN Notes, 104 pages 2oc; Dombey A Son, 356 pages.
40c; Martin Cbuzzlewit, 312 pig's, 40c; Our Mutual
Friend. 330 paces, 40c; Christmas Stories, 1C2 page*,
30c; Tale of Two Cities, 144 pages. 25c; Hard 'limes
and Additional Christmas stories, 2?0 pages, 30c;
Nicholas Nlckleby. 31? pagee. 40c; bleak House, 340
pages, 40o; Little Dorrit, ?30 page?, 40c; Pickwick
Papers. 320 pages, 40.-; David Copperfield. 330 pages,
40c; Barnaby Budge 257 pages, 35c; Old Curiosity
Shop, 221 pages, 35c; Great ExDectations, 184 pages,
Mc; Sketches, 10Cpages. 30c.
Thc following Novels, by Slr Walter
Scott. Mailed at 30 cents Each:
WAVERLY, IVANHOE, KENILWORTH, CUY
Mannering, Antiquary, Rob Roy. Old Mortality. The
Black Dwarf and a Legend of Montrose, Bride of
Lammermoor, Heart of Mid-Lothian, The Monas?
tery, The Abbot. The Pirate, Fortunes of Nigel, Peve?
ril of the Peak, Quentin Durward, St. Bonan'a Well,
Red Gauntlet, 'ihe Belrothed and Highland Widow,
Tbe Talismin, Woodstock, Fair Maid of Perth, Anne
of Geierstein, Count Robert of Paris, The 8urgeon"
On receipt of the price, either In cash or stamp",
copies of any books in this list will be sent by mai)
postpaid. CHAS. ( . .; K.HTEK,
No. I'll King-xirret,
July 12 nao charleston, h. C.
gH AMHUUING A .VI) HA1K-CC1TI AU.
LADIES AND CHILDK2N
attended at their residences promptly aud at reason?
Send orders to W. E. MARS'!ALL, Barber,
april 14 No, 31 Broad-street (up stain.)
Q^HSS-TUP PICKLE A XD FR
THE ACID COMES
ONLY IN CONTACT
WITH GLASS, AND
THUS 13 THE MOST
PERFECT JAR YET
For sale by
WILLIAM G. WHILDEV Si CO..
Noa. 167 MEETING-STREET, and
236 KING-STREET, CORSER BEAUFATN-STREET.
? AR lt I AG K S AND HARNESS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
TH". SUBSCBIBEH IS HAPPY TO INFORM HIS
friends ?od old customers tbat he bas made arrange?
ments with the Ce'ebrated Manufacturing Establish?
ment of Messrs. MoLear A Kendall for the supply of
VEHICLES of all descriptions, and win be ready to
dispose cf the same bv the 16'h instant, at the old
stand of R W. Gale, No. 45, south side of Wentworth
street, and bv str ct attention to bnslne a and LOW
PRICE* FOR GOOD ARTICLE?, to merit the con?
tinuance of patronage he his received for the past
twenty years. M. H. NATHAN.
Sept 6_ mwf3
jpt-II?LIN t AND PORTABLE
THE UNDERSIGNED BE?PE0TFULLY CALLS
tho attention of the public to tbe above named
LIGHT, fdr which he is now prepared to receive
orders. It is claimed for this Light tbat lt is supe?
rior to Keros?n* or any other Illuminating Oils
that it is Non-explosive, and that it gives a light al?
most equal to that of Coal Gas, and Ia just as cheap
A samp'e may be seen at No 1 Boyce's Wharf, and
full information given by
August 27 faw imo C. J COLCOCK, Ju.
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MANTFAC
No. 315 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
LOOKING-GLASSES of all slz?e fitted to Frames.
Julv 16 nae imwSmo
> PRATTS ASTRAL OIL, ,
J0RFAM??^t^fc-NO CHANGE OF LAMPS
ba^uired^A perfrcdy^Safo TJrammaling 03-Strictly
P?ir^?io Matine? ?o Chele?is-Will not Explode
J?roi?t 145 degrees (being 3S>degre<!S higher than is
prieto?. ^On^^^^^^a^^^TT, T~
Send fer circulars, n il bjistu^^^r^r^tt^c^C^^"
J^ALX, AND IVIMER IMPORTATION.
RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS
ARMSTRONG, CATOS. & CO.,
Nos. 1937 and 9W Baltimore-Street,
IMPORTERS A SD JOSSERS OF
BONN KT AND Til IM tl I.VG RIBBONS,
VELVET AND SASH RIBBONS,
Bonnet 8llke, Satins and Velvts, Illusions, Blonde,
Laces, Ruches, Nets and Crapes,
FRENCH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS,
Straw Bonnets and Ladies' Hats,
Trimmed and Untrimmed.
SILK, VELVET AND FELT BONNETS AND HATS,
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF MILLL&f.V. GOODS
IN TBIS COUNTRY, and unequalled in choice
variety, which we offer at prices that will defy com?
Ag-QBDER3 SOLICITED. Imo Angustie
1PEBCNZX, TTSt (JILT,
W /Af *,,0r?,2n,
?ntl TH? T?KKCT
munt BI? KO ?ramo*.
Tis Original asl oar/
It can be applied to
any Stair Rod, cither
Ronnd or Flat, and
prevents Us slipping
fr om its place.
Ask for tho
Patsrt Drop Firrro,
.OLD IT iU
AND BUY NO OTHER.
^.a\\\yW^ BSA68 AND ZH?O
For Hotels, RcstauranU and Public Buildings,
w\T.& J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St., N.Y
Antust 13 Smos
^T I L L I . V M M. LAWTON,
Factor and Commission Merchant,
Ao. 10 ROTOR'S WHARF.
EX1RA HEAVY SEA ISLAND BAGGING AND
TWINE FOR SALE. Advances made on Produce in
hand. thstu August 26
J_?OLMK8 Si MACBETH,
\ o. 3? Broad-atreet.
aTfiMmiaSBinJharlt-rion. fa. C.,
BBOKERS. ADCTIONEERS. BEAL ESTATE
GUMKUAL CH III M 1 s S 1 U .11 AGESTS
Will atttend to Renting and Collecting of Rents
and purchase and sale cl Stocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate,
To the Purchase ol Goods and Supplies for parties
in the country upon reasomble terms.
GEORGE L. HOI.VES.ALEIANDEU MACBETH.
Januarv 1 yr
rjlHEl ANDKRSU.N I Vi K LL I G E V C E ll,
PURLI3HFD AT ANDERSON, S. C.
HO YT ct CO., Proprietors.
THE INTELLIGENCER HAS A LARGE AND
constantly increasing circulation in Anderson and
adjacent counties, and, being tbe onlv paper pub?
lished in Anderdon, affords an excellent medium
Business cards inserted at rcasonale rates
Liberal deductions made from regular terms to
yearly and half-yearly advertisers.
?WSubecrlption $2 50"per annum, invariably in
JAMES A. HOYT. J. F. CLINKSCAL*.
Sept 3 Imo
PUBLISHED AT KTNGSTREE. 8. C.,
SIXTY MILES ABOVE CHARLESTON, ON THE
Northeastern Railroad, and isc'rculated in Williams?
burg. Georgetown, Clarendon, Sumter, Darlington,
Marion, ?rc. Busine?? men will find it to their in?
terest to advertise in tli? paper.
K. C. LOGAN,
August 31 Editor and Proprietor.
jiggi Hymnals, tttr.
-Q ARB Y'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID.
??tier/ro/n Hon. -?f>z. 17. ^pAeiw, 0/ Georgia.
CRAWFORD STELLE, Ga . September 29,1868.
Darb;'? Prophylactic Finid ia an article of little
cost, but great value. Ite domeetlc as well as medi?
cinal uses are num?reme, while its specialties are
most wonderful I have not boen without it for
ten years, sud no bead of a family who can afford
to have it should be without it.
ALEX H. STEPBENS.
THE WONDERFUL FAMILY M EDI.
Leiter from the Surgeon-General of the late Confeder?
BICHMOND, Ya., January 1?, 1869.
JOHN DA&BT & Co., No. 160 Wilham-street, New
Gentlemen-I have received your letter of the 16th
of December, 1866, calling my attention to your
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheer!ally state that the Fluid was furnish,
ed to, and extensively used by, the surgeons in
charge of geceral hospitals in the Confederate ser?
vice with great benefit to the patienta-all the sur?
geons making a favorable report-a great deal of lt
was used in the hospitals.
Very ^spectrally, your obedient servant,
SAM'L PRESTON MOOEE, M. D,
EM OBI COLLEGE, OXFORD. GA., December 26,1866.
Prof. DAB rn. Dear fir-Saving 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, vet the disinfecting and
therapeutic properties or the agent? employed in its
composition, together with the well known reputa?
tion of its discoverer, as a chemist, authorize me to
regard its merit.- as of a high order; on the whole lt
must be considered as a valuable contrloution to the
class of articles to which it belongs.
These views, I may add, are fuetained by tbe testi?
mony 0; many competent judges, who Lave tested
its properties. Believe me, dear sir,
A. MEANS, M.D.. LL. D.
CUKES BURNS, WOUNDS, STINGS, ?ie.
ALABAMA INSANE HOSPITAL, )
TUSCALOOSA, December 22,1868. f
Messrs. JOHN DABBX 4 Co., No. 160 William-street,
Gentlemen-I received your circulars of ucl (th
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, Ibat it seems to me to need no further recom?
As a disinfectant and remedial agent too. when in?
dicated, it is cot excelled bf any similar preparation.
Wc use permeanganlc preparation? very extensively
In this hospital, and could not do without them. I
consider you'e the best an.l most elegant prepara?
tion of (he kind manufactured,
lifaptctiully yours. 4c,
P. BRICE. M. D.,
Sup't and Physician Alabama insane Hospita'.
DOWIE Si MOISE.
Sept 8 2 Agents for South Carolina.
K. R I C HAL'S
ASK FOB NO OTHER, TAKE NO OTB KR, AND
you will save time, bealtb and money.
SICCO REWARD (or any case of disease in any
stage which they fail lo cure.
Dr. RICHAD'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. leur??
Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Throat and Mouth, Soie
Fyeo. Cutaneous or Skin Eruptions. Copper Colored
Blotches, Soreness of the Scalp, Scrofula, fte.! is the
greatest Renovator, Alteiative and Blood Purifier
known, removes all diseases from the system, and
leaves the blood pure and healthy.
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in ul! it?form.",
whether from mercury cr other causes; gives Imm??
diate relief in all cases. No dieting necessary. I
have thousands of Certificates proving tbe miracu?
lous cures effected by these Berni dies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, S6 per bott!?, or two bottles f< r
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe, spee?
dy, pleasant and radical cure t-r all Urinary De
ragements, accompanied with full directions. Price
$3 per bottle.
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR n'AMOFR, a
?adical cure for Nervous or General Debility, in old
or j OUSTS imparting en.rgv witb wonde. ful effect.
Price 85 per bottle, or two bottles for 19.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be ?-hipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid to al) corres
dents.^ None genuine without the name of "Dr.
RICHA?M GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. 0. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown in glass of bottle?.
Address D. B. RICHAKD3.
Ko. 228 Varick-stroet, New York'
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Circular? sent._ly_JuU 3
Tfc 1 S O If ' 8
Warranted to Kemove all Desire
It ls Purely Vegetable and contains
not bing Injurions.
The following ls ona of thousands of testimonials
Plat are dally received by tb? Manufacturer:
mcHMoxr?. VA., November28, 186R.
DEAS Sra-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you according to the receipt you have submitted to
me, and the Ingredients of which I have examined,
is purely vegetable, entirely bat mless, and contains
nothing in the least injurions. It is not disagreeable
to the taste, and as a home article, I hope you will
meet with ready sale for lt, and I believe that if tbe
directions axe followed, lt will do all you claimed for
lt JOHN DOVE, M. D.
SS" Price 60 cents per Box. The usual discount
to the Trade.
M3~ Fur sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
WHEN YOU AREEX8A?3TED BY OVERWORK
ol brad or band, and feel tbe need of something in?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxica Ung
thing, whether nuder the name, of Bitters or other?
wise. Sucharticlee give just a? much strength to
your weary body and mind as the whip gives to th?
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING REACTION.
Dodd's Nervine and Inyigorator
is a TONIC and GENTLE STIMULANT which ls
NOT attended by REACTION. What lt gains for
you it maintains. When Un freshes body or mind,
it refreshes wi'b natural strength that comes to stay.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in the interest
of any faction; but long and extended observa'ion
teaches us that he who resorts to tbe bottle for rest
or recuperation, will find, as be keeps at it, that he
is kindling a Oro in bis hones which will consume
like tbe flamen of perdition. Turn from it. Take n
tonic that will refresh and not destroy. DODD'S
NERVINE ls for sale by all Drugeists. Price One
Dellar. Sse Book of Certificates that accompanies
each bottle. 7mos June 25
rjpo REMOVE GREASE SPOTS.
USE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared, and lor *a!e, wholesale and retdl, by
DB. H. BAER.
May 26 No. 131 Mcet?ng-street,
PAHKH?H'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND AIL DISEASES Or TBS
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TBET ARE RECOMMENDED BT THC
HEGEMAN Sc CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK.
Manirfactnred by C. F. PANKNIN,
CHOCS? AND AP0TEZCAB7,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
M&~For Salt by Druggists Every where.
Tebruaiy 10 mwflyr
IMPORTANT TO Ol
An gu rt 13
K W HOLTE NORTH:
THE ST. LOUIS
IRON MO UNTAIN AND SO OTB7ERN RAILWAY
Is now open for business from
COLUMBUS. EY., TO ST. LOUIS.
Makin? tbe quickest, safest and only all rail route
to St. Louts. ,
Passenger!) taking this route avoid ono chango of
cara and a tedious rivr transfer of twenty miles,
and arrive In M. Louis FOUB AND A HALF HOURS
' in advance of any otter Road.
?9" Trama leave <oluuibus upon the arrival ol
trains on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
W. B ALLEN.
Sept 1 Imo General Ticket Agent.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAI LRU ALI.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFI0E, j
CHARLESTON. S. C., April 9, U?9. I
ON AND AFTER SU?-DA?. APRIL lim. TH>
P kS&LlCGER TRAINS of the South Caronia Rail?
road will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.'.'.8.20 a. V
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. ?rt.
Connecting with trams for Montgomery. Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery inc
Leavt) Charleston.v.?O A. M
Arrive at Columbia .6.10 P. M
connecting with Wilmington and Maucbester R.ii
road, aii<* Camden train.
F0R CU ARLESTON.
Leave Augusta.9.LU> A. Si
Arrive at Charleston.MO P. M
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. 'A
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M
AUGUSTA Nit ?HT LXPRr>3
Leave. Ccarieston.7.X0 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.?.10 A. M
Connecting wit li train? tor Memphis, Xk,bviiV
?nd New Orleans-, v a Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. 3t
Arrive at Charleston.4.UP A. li
COLUMBIA NIOHT; EXPRESS.
I amena TH ?CEPTED.)
Le IV? Charleston.6.05 P. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. M
Connecting i sundays excepted) with Oreen ville an'
Leave Columbia.5.60 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.6.30 A. M
Leave Charleston.1.35 P. M
Arrive at Summerville. 6..OP. M
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. ki.
Arrive at Charleston.3.36 A. V
Camden and Columbii Passenger Trains on Mon
DATs, WEDNESDAYS and S?TUBOAY8, connects wit li
up and down Day Passengers at Kingville.
Leave Camden.6.36 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.30 A. M.
Leave Columbia.3.20 P. M
Arriva at Camden.7.05 P. M.
SI.,edi H. T. PEAKE,
April IO General Superintendent.
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price. /
Cannot oe Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
rleaac seed for a catalogue to
MARVIN d OO,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
WmI , ( 265 Broadway, New York.
principal )m cheijtDUt St Fm?L
Warehouses /108Bank Sti, cieVeland.O
And for sale by our agents in tht
principal cities throughout the
FOR 8ALE BY
VVIvL M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
QITRATE OP ?1AGVKMA.
A GOOD COOLING SUMMER MEDICINE. MADE
fresh every di y, by Da. H. BAEE,
May SC No, 1?1 Meeting-street.
DTTON PLANTERS. ^
THE GEORGIA SAW GIN
FORMERLY "CLEMON'S" OIN, OF COLUM?
Iron Screw Cotton Prese,
TBE MOST SIMPLE, D?B?BLE
AND EFFECTIVE EVEB
K c U u c e d Prices..
For informa?or and Descriptive Lists ci itt
I above, apply to ..
HUGER & RAVENEL,
No. 66 Fast Bay, Charleston, S. C.r
GENERAL AGENTS FOB STATE.
ALSO AOKNTB TOB
POBTABLE BICE THBK8HEB?, BICE FANS,
GRIST MILLS. Ac
^rngg, (HjeattcaU^ (Slr.
<^ U R. E POP!
THE ONLY CEBTAIN **>
. PHOSPHORIC PASTE,
M?g/?^L^K^L^kx 8P-*lod and warranted io
iJgOE-^BLWS-m^ keep fresh for ail time
j^L the greatest discovery
H of 1rs kind in the age we
f?*^S^ HPjH Uve lc. No person need
aff?^ be troubled with RATS,
^m*a*mKm+ MICE, BED BUGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. Isaacsen's destructive remedy ie
within the reach of an. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness la
as wonderful as its efficacy. Hundreds of testimo?
nials have bten received lrom all parts of the Unit; d
The great advantage this SURE POP p ?se tte a
over all ?imilar preparations ia the FACT that it ie
Certain ira Ita Effects,
and free from the unpleasant cess of rats dying in
their holes, as it causes them to leave the premiaen
to seca air, and consumes them so entirely as to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers of references can be made to
Persons In this City,
who have successfully used it.
SOLE AGENTS FOB SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
Corner Meeting and Haeel-streets,
April 33 mwf 6mo Charleston, 8. C.
ON ACCOUNT OF THE GB CAT NUMBER OF
WONDERFUL CU?E3 OF OBSTINAIS
AND INVETERATE CASES OF
LITER Dib EASE
GENERAL BAD HEALTH, AW.,
MADE BI THE'
TT UA3 WON THE ENVIABLE REPUTATION OF
being the best and most popular Mediase ever dis?
It ls dally proscribed by physicians, and recom?
mended by many thousands of our best citizens.
DOWIE 4 MOISE.
Charlton, 8. C.
And Druggists and Merchants everywhere.
ay LADIES tUFFEBING FBOM ANY DIS^
EASE peculiar to their sex. can be restored to health,
by using DB. LAWBENCE'S "WOMAN'S FRIEND."
It purifies the secretions, and restores the system to
a healthy condition.
Fer sale by
DOWIE t MOISE,
Charleston, 8. C.
July ->C sac 1 yr
J) O S A l> A L, 1 S
Purities the Blood.
For Sale by Druasrlrtr Every wo ere.
Jul* 28 ia
rjtilE BISHOP PILLI
TUE BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILL!
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTARV BISHOP PILL, *
"I." ci extraordinary efficacy for Costive lesa, Indi,
gestion, Dyr-pepela, Headache. Nervous Debility,,
Liver complaint." "Tbabest PILL in the wor d." j
Vedira/ Journal, S'p'mbtr 8.
I R Y THEM!
gg- All Druggist? in CB ABLESTON Stil teem.
"Co&tar's" Rat, Roach, ?ie.. Exterior*
"Costar's" Bed Bag Exterminators.
"Costar's" (onlypure) insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedies known."
-18 yearn eatabllehed in New York."
..2000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured dacy.'
"! I ! Beware 1 ! I of spurious imitatione."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them."
For fl, $?, ti and S5 sizes, Address
No. 13 Howard-street, New Yorlt.
: "." .11 CHARLESTON, 3. C.. by
GOODRICH. WIN Ear AN di CO.
Marin 23 PAC ' Jyr