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. THE DAILY NEWS.
Slowly, slowly np the wall.
Steals the tunebine, steals tho shade ;
Evening damps begin to fall, .
Evening shadows are di-playecL<"
Bound me, o'ewD', everywhere^, *
All the f ky is grt?d with clonas,
And ai h wart the evening air
Wheel tbe swallows home in crowds.
Shafts of t>un shine from the weit
Paint the dusky windows red ;
Parker shadows, deeper rest.
Underneath and overhead.
Darker, darker, and more wan.
In my breast the shadows fall ;
Upward steals the life of man.
As the sunshine from the walL
From the wall into tbs sky,
From the roof along the spire ;
Ah, the souls of those that die,
Are but sunbeams lilted higher.
Cn ?neston cotton. Klee and Naval Stores
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, )
CmAauaxoir. aloud ay Evening, Sept 30. J
Corros_There waa an easier disposition in prices
and tbe rates were somewhat irregular, factors gen?
erally selling at figur?s about >.'(<? ,S?c fl lb lower;
the market cloding rather unsettled, hut about on the
basia of quotations. Tbe salen were 260 balea, viz:
SO at 25%, 5 at 25V. 33 at SC, 43 at 26 .V 43 at 26%,
48 at 27, 39 at 27%. We quote somewhat nomi*
Ordinary to pood ordinary.34 fa26
Bicx.-The want of supplies prevented operations
NAVAL STOBBS.-The stock being light, the trans?
actions were limited at steady rates. The sales
were aa ioDows, viz: 69 bblsof No.3 rosin at $1 80;
6 bbls of spirits turpentine, in country package*, at
38%c 10 bbls of do do, in New Tork packages, at
Markets bjr Telegraph..
TO BEGS MARKETS.
losrpoM, September 20.-Noon.- Consols 63%.
I?IVX?P??L, September 30-Noon.-Cotton doll;
uplands 12% to 13; Orleans 13}?' to 13%cl ; sales 4000
bales. Other articles unchanged.
Afternoon.-Cotton flat; uplands 12%; Orleans
Vtiii ?lo now estimated at 6000 bales. Fine red
Western wheat 9s Sd io rs 7d.
Evening.-Cotton heavy; uplands !3%al3%d; Or?
leans 13113%; sales 5000 bale?; taken for export and
speculation 1500 bales.
HAVBX, September 20.-Cotton opens declining;
On the spot If 54%c; afloat If 53c.
Haw TOBX, September 20- Noon.-Stocks opened
tim but are now quite weak. Money 6 to 7. ster?
ling-long 8%. ?hort 8%. Gold 37%. Cottoo heavy
at 30. Turpentine steady at 43. Bot m dull; ?tram?
ad common to good $3 30 to 3 3*.
Evening.-Cotton decidedly lower; rales 3500 bales
at 29% cents. Flour heavy ; superfine State iCiC 25;
oomoo cm to f .ir extra Southern SO 60.6 85 Wheat
closed la2c lower; winter red Weet em, inferior to
prime $147al SS; Illinois tl 40al 42. Cern heavy ; mix
ed Western ll 9al 12%. Pork firmer at 831 30. Lard
dull ; kettle 19%c. Whiskey unchanged. Bice quiet
Sugar active and higher; Porto Rico 12*13%; Mus?
covado H%al2% ; Havana ll%al2%c Coffee stvady.
Molasses dull. Naval stores qu et. Freights irre?
gular; cotton by steam 6-16a %, chiefly %; flour by
Mil 2s Cd. Governments dull; 62's 22; Southerns
aoxlet axfS firm. Money active and stringent at 7
per cent currency to sold. Stet ling dull at 7%. Gold
aa excited by Spanish war rumors, and cloted firm
SAXIXMOBX, September 30.-Cotton quiet at 29%
?enta. Flour dull and favora buyers, except for low
gradea. Wheat dull; prime to choice kl 55il 63.
Oom Arm; white 81 33; yellow tl 22al 24 Oats at
42 eta. Bye tl lOal 15. Pork quiet Bacon firm.
Whl-key quiet at ll 13al IS.
Cncnrjuxt, September 20.- Whiskey at 91 08.
?Teal pork held at 832. Lard nominally 16 s cents.
Bacon la gool demand; shoal fi en 16% cents; clear
.ides 19 cents.
Sr. Loma, September 20.-Whiskey SI 10. Pro?
vis} OD s dull. Mesa pork 832%s3S. Shoulders IC1?' ;
clear aldea 19 cents. Lard heavy; tierce 19, keg 20
LOUISVILLE, September 20-Whiskey heavy at
tl SJSal ia Mesa pork $30 50. Shoulders 16; clear
t aides 19% cents.
A DOCS EA, September 20 -The market closed dull
at 26 cents for middlings; sales 166 balee ; receipts
SAVABXAH, Septen?ber 20.-Cotton opened with an
active inquiry; sales ?ftOO bale?; middling? 26a?6%;
receipts 2646 balea.
WrumoTON, September 20.-Spirits turpentine a
abade better at 89i39% cents. Rosin dull; strained
fl07%. Crode turpentine 92 60*3 00. Tar 92 50.
Middling cotton 27 et?.
MOBILE, September 30.-The market opened with
a moderate demand among several buyer* and cloeed
easy; anica 600 bales; middlings at 37 cents ; receipt*
1264 bales; exporta 299 balea.
Kaw O?xXASa, September 20.-Cotton market
lower; xnidditnga28%a28% cents; ealei 1177 bales;
receipt? 1776 bales. Otu* 60 cents. Hay 81 SA, Park
934a34%. Other article* unchanged. Gold 36%
Starring 46%. New Tora sght G% discount.
JE naran ?V Co.'s Cotton Keport, for the
Weak Kndtnar September 17,1869.
MSW YOBS. September 18-THE MABXXT_In
oar la?t report the market cloted steady at 34c for
middling uplands. Saturday, price? were easier
nuder more libera) offerings to arrive; sale? 969 at
3S%?34c. Monday, the market was depreisedand
irregular; sales 676 at 33a35%c for middling uplands
Tuesday, there waa increased presan? to sell, and
prlo35 were lower and irregular; salea 1083 bales at
39?. Wednesday, there was a very unsettled ftel
aand holdere, not being ab e to sell on the spot,
for delivery all this month, aa low as 29c for low
middling; sales 1142 bales at 30%o fer middling.
Ttrareday, prices were %c lower, an?, as the Liver?
pool news was a Utile better, buyers operated with
more freedom ; ?nial 2049 bales at 80c. Yesterday,
the market for ?pot cotton waa active, sud aa tbe
amount ready lor immediate shipment wa? ?mall,
prices were firmer; ?ale? 3327 bales at 80%c.
"Daring the week prices bavo lallen four cents,
closing .teadlty at 3u%c, with tome demand and
var} little cotton ready for immediate delivery. Co
ton to arriva tb a month (only twelve day? off) it
offered freely at 38%c, baals of low middling. Piast?
ers are anxious to realize, and spinners ana expon?
er* do not come in freely as yet lhere ls a great
demand for currency to move the crop fi om all the
port* and interior marketa, and our a ere hints find
lt almost imposAible to find small bills to send.
SXATisncM, Posrnos.-In our circular of Aa u?l
13, we alluded to the deficiency of cotton in sight as
compared with 1868. which stood at 430,76) balee on
6th August To-day cur tablea ?bow only 225 664
bales less, in visible uupply, and we feel f ure that m
November next there will be more cotton in sight
than last year. The price of middling Orleans aver?
aged in Liverpool, but November, ?bout lld. and the
question may naturally arise ia the minds of spin?
ners: Why ?herald cotton range higher than lld.
w tb a? mucb or more cotton la the markets et the
world and * larger pro pee ti ve xupply ?
ACXZOX OI> EXOLTSH HID AUERICA** SPD?N2ES _It
is interesting to note the different methods taken 1 y
tac American and BnjH?h ?pinner? and maunfai;
turers to get ont of the difficulties caused by t e
b gt? prices of cotton. In Manchester, we se ? that
meetings ara helJ. speeches mide, and r?solutions
adopted, calling for parliamentary investigation into
the cause? of the depression. In the meantime, ibe
BMQS are kept running and a rrarplcs of goods are
forced on an unwilling market. Our spinner*, see?
ing that t/M> many goods were belog mide, put their
xalHj on half tune generally, ana their position has
hen improved by a decline ia cotton ol five cent?,
while good" tell (?imply because less are being
made) at exactly the same rates to-day as when
cotton waa 35c.
Upland & Mobile. New
Florida. Orleans. Texas.
<>rthA?ry._ ?36% _ a26%- a26?? - a27
vffiSZjp - ?23 - ?28;?"
wdi^?--~ - ?28%- a29% - a30
Middling- a30% - a3o%_ uov _ ?31
MM of the week 9016 balea, int?uoiag 51?C to
spinners, and 664 to ?peculator? and ?IC to ex
Grow receipts st this port for the week 6128 bale?
Since 1st September 11.102 eales ? ^e8
Btirk In Liverpool. ?ISL
afloat from Lad??. $K mm
Afloat from America. ??00 a'H
Stock in London. 24;?60 61 0*2
Stock ta Havre. 84,880 S3 ion
i??M4??0rJ?!rr-"MW 99 934
Stock In Bremen. ? *.a o -uo
afloat for Bren en. L600 7 ns
?tock m United Statesport...... 28.7W 48'737
?tock :n the Interior towns. 3,228 a'781
. r,.-*01*1.1,121,113 1,846,716
Detlciexicy in visible ?apply 235,t64
?i,?^.,, ??tUn h?a br Manchester spinners at
?B^Jg.?MP eal*?, ?ame time J?68,105,000
*aits, miidllng Orleans now I3%d, then 10%d.
Murray, Ferrit di Co.'? Naval Store?
NEW TOBE, September 18 -SPOTTS TTJUPEN
TXNX.-The business le of quite a retail character;
but the BEC all stock permitted au advance to 44c in
the early part of the week, which was lost on receipt
of fresh supplies, closing firm st 43c. The sales are
1160 bblsat 43s44c, merchantable, and 43X?44# for
shipping order and New York bbls. Receipts 1651
bbb ; na exports.
ROBIN.-There has been a moderate' demand for
No. 1 and pale, but the continued scarcity of ton?
nage checks business, and common is unsalable.
The sales amount to 7*00 b?rrela (of which 370r>are
f trained) at $2 30a2 35 for common to good strained;
$2 40i3 for No 2 ; $3 50J4 50 lor No. 1. and tiXa? for
pale; receipts 12,089 b?rrela;exoorts 4458 barrels.
TAB.-Ia in active demand?t better prices, closing
at our highest quotations. The sales are 3000 barrels
at $2 85*3 25 for 24 snd 25 gallons; $3X mr 27 gal?
lons, and$3 V5a4 for Wilmington; receipts 406 bar?
rell. No exports.
NASHVILLE, September 17-COTTON.-Sales to?
day of 5 bales at 27>ia,27 60. There were 2 balee re?
ceived and 3 shipped.
Stock on hana 6eptember 1, '69.None
Received to-day. 2
Beceived previously.37- 39
Shipped to-day. 3
Shipped previously.28- 31
Stock on hand. 8
F LOTTO.-The market baa been unusually active to?
day, with the largest sales by far of the season. Ibe
sales amounted to 2785 bbl?, about 930 of which were
shipped to different points, the bulk for Augusts,
Georgia, and the remainder for future delivery as
soon ss can be made. The transactions wei o con?
nu ed to our dry mills, sad Oae Isrireet day's work
ever engaged in by our millers. We continue to
quote the market strong, as follows: ?Supere $5 26a
*6; Bingle extra ?6 25a$3 50; double extra $6 50a
16 75; family $7 25a$8; fancy $8 60s$8 75.
WHXAT.-Ibe receipts to-day include l 5440
bushels, and shipments of 150 bushell. Pnces con?
tinue regular and (? toady.
Cora -The market is irregular, with salea during
the day of 2t0 bushels loose from wagon st $1 IC;
309 sacked from store at tl 20. Shipments ot 600
bushel? at $1 20 and $1 25 delivered in depot
COLUMBUS, September 17.-COTTON-Operations
in this market have been checked almost the entire
week by want of currency. Its coarse bas been
steadily downward in proportion to New York, show?
ing that New York ?peculation controlled. Mid?
dling? are the tasia of quotations. Daring the
week some cotton was so:d on a short credit snd
part payment?, as currency could not be had. Most
purchases have been in order. Thi following were
th? ?notations this evening: Ordinary 23c; good
' ordinary 23^2ic;ICwmid(lllD? 24a24>ic; middllcg
' 25*28Xe; good 26c
Sales of the wed 1421 bale?. Week's receipts 2242
bales, against 282 the previous week, and 882 the
coireeponding w ei ef last season. Shipments 1889
Block on band september 1, 1869. 123
Received past we k. . 2142
Received previously. 186- 3328
Shipped past week. 1189
Shipped previously. 6?8- 1877
Stock on head september 17, 1869.1576
Consignees per Mouth cai on na JtailroaO
10(1 bales Cotton, and Sundries. To Railroad
Agent Pelzer, Rodger? A Co. Dowling k Co. Reeder
k Dav!?, Frost k Adger, Mowry k Co. G H Walter &
Co, Wagner k Stewart A B M ul ligar'. J D Aiken A
Co. A J Mllnas, JR E Siran, W Roacb, !.'avenel k
Co, Enslow A Co, Cleghorn, Berring A co. Caldwell
A SOD, J B Pringle. Go d-mith A Son, aod J Mar?
Consigners per Northeastern llailruad
206 traies Cotton, 140 bbl? Naval Stores. Tobac:o.
Mdse, Ac. To Mantoue A Co, Kin-man A Howell, J
V Barden. S D Stoney. C Dcekhoff A Co, A S Johr
SObn, Johnston, Crews A Ci, -Mrs E Fludd, Bischoff
A Co. W E Byan, Frost A Adscr, Gaillard A Minot',
Straue? A Vatce, F W Emanuel. Mowry A Co. Kirk?
patrick A Witte, G W William.? A Co. Dukes A Co. A
J Salinas, Reeder A Davie, Walter A Co. Wis? A Co.
Nachmanu ? Co. J A Qaickeubush, J M ( aidweil A
Sons, RavLel A Co. W C Bee A Co. J R trangie
Graeser k Smith, Railroad AgeDt, and Ord-r
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-J
Phillips. Miss Phi lips, and Mis* W K Phillips.
fort o? Cixarieuton, Sept'r SI.
FHA ES OF TEX HOON.
New Moon, 6th, 12 hour?, 46 minutes, morninr.
First Quarter. 12th, 4 boure, 3 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 20th. 3boure, 21 minute?, evening.
Last Quarter. 28tb, 4 hoars, 2 minnies, evening.
USES. I SETS.
301 Monday.... I 5..48JJ 5..58
Jlllueeday.... 5..49 5..57
22 Wednesday.1 5..60 | 6..66
23IThursday...| 5..61 t 5..t4
24'FTiday.I 8..52 j 5..53
251 Saturday...! 6..62 I 5. 51
36 Sunday. 6..?3 > 5..60
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore-left 17th
Inst, P M. Mdse. To Mordecai A Co, Courtenay A
Trenholm, Railroad Anent H Bi-ch off A Co, Boll
mann Bros, Ciadas A Wife, H Oerdts A Co. Pal?
metto Pioneer Co operative Association. H Kl*tte A
co. W J Yate?. Paul A Co. T M Bristol!. Knobeloch
A Small, Stenhouse k Co, Holmes k '.'alder. Laurey
A Alexander. G W Steffens. O Phillipe, W L Webb,
R A A P caldwell, E Bates A Co, Mowry A Co, W H
Chafes A Co, Werner A Ducker, J D Aiken A Co. J E
Adger A Co. CMSOITI Bros, J H craver A Co, Man
tone A Co, J C H Cl mesen, Z Miller k Son. H Cobie
A Co, B O'Neill, W G Whilden A Co. Jennings,
Thomlinson A Co, G J Lunn, J S CohnD, J Archer,
Ravenel A Holmes, L E Cordray, Kirkpatrick A
Witte. K J Salina*. J Parker. Goodrich. Wiaeman A
Co, N Hunt, Sbackeltord A Kelly, J Campsen A Co,
and J F O'Neill A Son.
Brig A Bradthtw, ChaBe, New York-6 cays. Hav,
Salt and Railroad Iron. To W Roacb A Co. S C Rail?
road Agent W H Chafee A Co, and King A Gibbon.
Sehr Anna E Glover, Terry, Boston-S days. Ice
and Mdse. To M Goldsmith A Son, E B Stoddard A
Co, A Gage A Co, Railroad Agent, E RCowpertbwait,
Bart A Co, W Brookbank?, Taft A Howland, and
Sehr Jonathan Mar, Neal, Philadelphia-4 days.
Coal. To H F Baker A Ca
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, Baltimore-6 days.
Coal. To the Master, and the Gae Co
Steam tug Bescue, Wo'cott, New York-lett Fri?
day, 7 PM. BIB come heie to tow io the above
port the stcamsLip Missouri, now at this harbor dis?
Up for this Port.
Ship Ellen Southard,-. at Boston. Sept 17.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, st Philadelphia,
Sehr Joseph long. Perry, at Boston, Pept 17.
Sehr David Talbot, Amsbury. at Rockport, Me, Sept
Sntpaews by (e'egrapn.
S AVASNAH, September 20- irrived. steamship
Empire from New York.
Weather clear and warm. Wind SE. aLennomo
WHITINGTON, September 20-Arrived, steamship
Livingston irom New York; ship C.-sscent City irom
liverpool; sehr Maryland hom Boston.
The brig Monica, Captain McCobb. p-eviously re?
ported at Rockport Me. lor this port, went adrift in
Rockport harbor in the gale ol the 8th instant and
struck on Monument L*dtre, unhanging herruddei
and starling her leaking, rendering it Ecccssary to
discharge her cargo.
LIST OF VESSELS
OP, CLEARED ASO ? 41 LED FOR 1 UJS F9hT
The Duke of Willirgton, Allen, sailed.?opt i
Briosa bark Dalkeith, Lac?wjl). sailed.... ?usust 19
The Hombareuud. Mel=ou, up..muguet 13
Phip E Icu Southard,-, up.Sept 17
Bark B Ii Waiker. PetteDgill, cleared.Sept 7
Brie Adelaide, Wilson, up.Septic
Sehr Grace Girdler,-. up.tBept 16
Sehr Zeta-Psi. -. up.Sept 6
Sehr Joseph Long, Perry, cleared.Sept 17
Fcbr David Talbot, Amsbury, cleared.Sept 15
Brig J B Kirby, Barnard, cleared.Sept 14
Behr Jessie L Leach, thild?, chared.Sept ll
Behr Ellen M Baxter, Rosers, cleared.Sept 13
tchr Isabella, Burton, cleared.Sept 13
Sehr Conservative,-, up.Sept 14
Steamship J W Everman. hinckley, cleared... Sept 18
Sehr Irancisco. Crowther, up.Sept 9
jgK VMPMUING WU HAIR~CUTTIAU.
LADIES AND 0H1IJ)KEN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason?
Bend orders to W. E MABSBALL, Barber,
April 14 No. 31 BroAd-9in>et (up stain,)
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE^!,
CHABLKSTON. 8. 0., Sept 15. IP?, i
* ON-INP AFTER THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,
the PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carohra
Railroad will run a? follow* :
Leav? Charleston.8.30 a. H.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with traine for Montgomery. Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery an*
Leave Charleston.*.?0 A. M
Arrive at Columbia..-..410 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester P.?li
road, ano Camden train.
Leave A agc Bia.8.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.1 OU 1'. M
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. y.
Arrive at Charleston.4 OJ P. 11
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPBE88
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.UOP. it
Arrive at Charleston.4 CO A. V
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.06 P. M,
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. Al
Connecting (Sundays exc?ptedi with Greenville ar d
Columbi? Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays with Charlotte and South Carolina Bail
Leave Columbia. .5.50 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.6 30 A. M,
Leave Charleston.4 05 P. y
Arrive at Summerville. 6.8) 2. Al.
Leave Svmmervllle.7.10 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.8 26 A. M
Camden and Columbit Passenger Trains on MON?
DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and between
Camden and Ringville daily, (Sundays excepted,)
connects witt np and down Day Passengers at Ring?
Leave Camden.6.36 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.H.lKlA. M
Leave Columbia.1.45 P. 51
Arrive at Camden.6 00 P. V,
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
Sept 16 General Superintendent.
E W H?HTE NORTH!
THE ST. LOCIS
IRON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTHERN RAIL WA Y
If. now open for business from
COLUMBUS, KY., TO 8T. LOUIS.
Mabng the quickest safest and only all rail ronte
to St. Louis.
Passengers teaing this ronte avoid one change ot
cars and a -tedious river tranpfer of twenty miles,
and arrive Inst. Lom? FOUR AND A HALF HOURS
in advance of any other Boad.
tTW Trains leave Columbus upon the arrival o'
traine on tho Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
W. B ALLEN.
Sept 1 Imo General Ticket Agent.
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WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY OF MW YORK. Caan
Capital and surplus. 751.000 00
TRAVELLERS' INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, Cash
Capital and Surplus. 1,250,000 00
Aggregate Capital and Auel?.$7,343,840 74
The Continental Insurance Company have declared a dividend of 50 per cent, upon Partici?
The Washington Insurance Company have declared a dividend of 45 per cent, upon Partici?
Partie3 holdiog Participating Policies will please call at oar office forthiir Scrip.
liefore the 1st day of October next, we expect to odd io our capital $5,000 OOO of Fire, Marino,
Life and Accident Capital, makiDg an aggregate of $12,000,000 represented by us, wben we will
be prepared to offer every inducement and facility to our fticuds, to our mutual benefit.
gDnsc-farnisrjirig (Coofo, (Ctr.
JEL . A. . DUG,
PLAIN AND STAMPED TIN-WARE,
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
JAPANNE D-WARE, H?USE-FURN1SHING liOODS, Ac,
Nos. 18 HAYNE-STREET AND 580 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
nnnvnia ANTI fi TITTERING DONE. tuths2mo3 August 2
firogs, (Cljrinic?ls, (Etc.
O s K o o :
ON ACC?DNT OF THE GBKAT NUMBER
WONDERFUL CU li ?3 OF UBSTINAfE
AND INVETERATE CASES OF
GENERAL BAD HEALTH, &c,
MADE BY THE
CELEBRATED K 0 SK 0 0,"
IT HAS WON THE ENVIABLE REPUTATION OF
being the beet and most popular Medicine ever dis?
It ia daily prescribed by physicians, and recom?
mended by many thousands of our best citizens.
For sale by
DOWIE k MOISE.
Charleston, 8. C.
And Druggists and Merchants everywhere.
9- LADIES SUFFERING FROM ANY DIS?
EASE peculiar to their sex. can be restored to health
by nafng Da. LAWRENCE'S "WOMAN'S FRIEND.'
It purifies the secretions, and restores the system to
a healthy condition.-5*
For sale by
DOWIE * MOISE,
Charleston, S. C.
July 28 nae ly?
Tl I I O 1 ' I
Warranted to Remove all Desire
It ls Purely Vegetable andi contains
The following is one of thousands of testimonials
that are daily received by the Manufacturer:
RICHMOND, VA., November 28,1863.
DEAR Sra-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you accordlne to the receipt you have submitted to
me, and the ingredients ot which I have examined,
is purely vegetable, entirely hat mless, and contains
nothing in the least injurious. It is not disagreeable
to the taste, and as a home article, I hope you will
meet with ready sale lor it, and I believe that if the
directions arc followed, it will do all you claimed tor
9* Price 50 cents psr Bov. Thc usual discount
to tho Trade.
49* For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOR SOUIH CAROLINA.
Purities the Blood.
For Sale by DTUKCI*" Kvtrvwncre.
July 28 lyr
E S II D R U ti S
GRIM AULT & CU.'s PREPARATIONS :
IODIZED SYRUP O? HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATIOO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
All fresh rrom Pari--, and tor sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
MayB_Na 1J1 MEETING-STREET.
JUS2 RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND REI AIL
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 131 MEEIING-S TREET.
~^ry BATU i o WORMS:
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best In Use.
They ere made of "Santonine," ard contain no
Read what one cf the roost distinguished physi?
cians of Richmond, Va., says about the Lozenges:
I have long used Fantonine, fbe active principle ot
European Worm-Seed, as an effectual remedy for
Worms in children. Mr. Warner L. Flem.ng pre?
pares a Lozenge composed ol'it, wbicb is a very
pleasant and palatable form in which to administer
lt to children, and which may be relied on a? proi>
erly prepared. O. F. M ANSON, M. D.
For sale by
DR. H. BAPR. Wholesale Agent,
June 21_ No. 131 Meetinp-street.
rjlO REMOVE GREASE SPOTS.
USE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prerared, and lor sale, wholesale and retiil, ly
DB. H. BAER,
May 25 No. 131 Meitmg-streef.
_JPrugs, <?i)fmirais, ??r.
E V K K AND AGUE,
FROM WBICH MANKIND SUFFER
over a large part of the globe, ie the
consequence of a diseased action in
thc system, induced by the poison?
ous niia?m of vegetable decay, lilts
exhalation is evolved hy the action
of solar heat on wet soil, and rises
with the watery vapor fiona lt.
While the sun ls. below the horizon this vapor
Hogers near the earth's surface, and tho virus
ld taken with it through the lungs imo the blood.
There it acts aa an irritating poison on the
intern il viscera and oxrrcting organs of the bod?.
Tho liver becomes tori id and fails to secrete not
only this virus, but also the bile irom the blood.
Both the virus und the bile accumulate iu the circu?
lation, ?nd produce vio'eut constitutional disorder.
Thc spleen, the kidneys, and thc stomach sympa?
thize with the liver, and become disordered also.
Finally, the instinct of mu organism, a? li in an at?
tempt'to expel th? noxious infusion, concentrates
the ?hole blood of the body in the internal excreto?
ries to force them to cot it out. The blood leaves
the surface, and rushes to the central organs witb
congestive violence. Ibis is the Chill. But in this
effort it fails. Then tho Fever followp, lu which ibe
blood leaves the central organs and rashes to Ihe
surface, aa it in another effort to expel the irritating
poison through that other great excretory-the skin.
In this also it falls, and the system abandons the
attempt exhausted, and watts 1er the recovery ol
strength to repeat the hopeless effort another day.
These are the flt? of paroxysms ol Fever and Ague.
Such constitutional disorder will of course under
minc the health if it is not removed.
We have labored to find, and have found an anti?
A Y KU'S AGUE CUBE,
Which neutralises this malarious poison in the
blood, an') stimulates tbe liver to expel it from the
body. Aa st should, io it does cure this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather does what is of more service to those sub?
ject to thia Infection. If taken in season it expels
it from the system as it is absorbed, and thus keeps
those who use it free Irom ita attacks; keeps tie sys?
tem in health although exposed to the disease. Con?
sequently it not only cures, but protects from, the
great variety of affections which are induced by this
malignant influence, such as Remittent Fever, Chill
Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague, Periodical Headache,
or Bilious Headache, Billons Fevere, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness. Toothache, Earache,
Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitations. Painful Affections of
the Spleen, Hysterics, Colic, Paralysis, and Painful
Affect ons i f the Stomach and Bowels, all of which,
when arising from this cause, will be found to as?
sume, more or less, the intermittent type. Thia
"AU UK CURE," removes the cause of these derange?
ments and cures the disease.
1 his it accomplishes by stimulating thc excreto?
ries to expel thc virus from the system ; and these
organs by degrees become habited to do this, their
ellice, of their own accord. Hence arises what wt
term acclimatation. Timo may accomplish the same
end, but oiten l<fe is not long enough, or ls sacrifleed
in the attempt, while this '-Ague Cure" does it at
once, and with safety. We have great reason to be?
lieve this is a surer at well as safer remedy for the
whole class of diseases which are caused by the mi?
asmatic in'tcti'-n. than ?.ny other which bas been
discovered: and it has still another important ad?
vantage to the public, which is, that it is cheap ae
well as good.
Dr. J. C. AY EH cv Co., Lowell, Itt a aa, .
Prartirsl and Analytical Cnemtats.
Pfice Oiie Dollar per bottle.
Sold at Whoirsale, by
DOWIF. & MOISE,
dbarleston. South Carolica,
And by Retail Druggists i-verywbere.
June 2fi nar ?.trithUmos
Jj lt . lt I C ll A V'S
ASK FOP. NO OTBER, TAKE NO OTHER. AND
you will save time, health nod money.
slttO REWARD lor any case of disease in any
stace which they fill to cure.
Dr. RICH AU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Ulcere. Ulcerated Sore Throat and Mouth. Sore
Eye*. Cutaneous or Skin Eruption-, Cooper Colored
Blotches, soreness ol thc Scalp, Scrofula, Ac; is the
greatest Renovator, Aliexative and Blood Purifier
known, removes all oiseasee from the system, ind
leaves the blood pure und health?.
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all it-form-,
whether fioni mercury cr other causes; gives imme?
diate relie/ in all cases. No dieting necessary. 1
have thousands of Certificates proving thc miracu?
lous cures effected by these ltemidies. Price ot
either No. 1 or No. 2, 15 per botti.-.or two bottles fui?
Dr RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANUDOTE, a safe, spee?
dy, p'easatit and radical cure l"r all Urinary De
ragemerjtf, accompan'ed with ful! Jirectiots. Price
$3 ) er bottle.
Dr. RICHAU'S G?LDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR.a
ladica! cure for Nervous or Gen- ral Debilit;, in ol
or jonng; imparting energy with woDde.ful effec
Price $5 ter bottle, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt ol price these Remedies will be i-hippe
to any plac. Prompt altcnt'on paid to all corre
dent?. None genuine without th? name of '-Hr.
RI? BAUM SOLDEN REMEDIES, U. li. RICHARD
.-ole Proprietor,"blown iu glass of bot'les.
Address D. H. RlCHAHlK
No. 228 Varick-streei, New York'
O?b' e Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 I'. M.
Cir?, u'ars sent, ly July 3
jj E CAKE F U L
WHEN YOU ARF.EXB\USTED HY OVEKWORK
of head or ha'^d. ced leel the need ol someihii g !u
viuorating. don't drink whiskey or any intoxica ting
thin-.', wh'-'her under the name ol Hitters or other?
wise. Such articles give just a- much strength :o
your weary body and mind as the whip gives to the
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurions to Nerve hcalih, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING REAC1TON.
Dodd's Nervine and Iimgorator
is a TONIC and GENTLE STIMULANT which is
NOT attended by REACTION. What it gams for
von it miintair.s. When itrtfresbes body or minc!,
it refreshes wvb natural strength that come-1 to stay.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in the interest
of any faction; but long and expended observation
leaches us that he who resorts to the holde for ress
or r?cup?ration, will find, as he keens at it. that he
is kindling a fire in bis bones which will consume
like the flames of perdition. Turn from it. Take a
touic that will refresh and not destroy. DODD'S
NERVINE is forsake by all Drugeis-ts. Price One
Dellar. See Book of Certificates that accompanies
easb bettie. 7mos June 25
Q ? L O O .1 E ,
SUPERIOR TO TBE BEST IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manutacturcd and sold wholesale
md retail br u Dr. H BAER.
1 June 21 No. 131 Meeting,-street.
R , ?. 5. PROPHITT'S
CONSISTING OF HIS CELEBBATXB
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BLTJO?S PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
THE EXCELLENT REMEDIES OF 0. 8
PEOPHITT, M. D., need no recommendation
their well known power In removing the diseases pe?
culiar to our Southern climate having already estab?
lished for them in enviable reputation m Georgia
and the adjoining States. As the majority of person i
living in the South are predisposed to disease of ; ie
Liver, lt ie granted by all intelligent physicians tba?
most pf the palas and aches of our people are due
to ora7 mic or functional derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Prophitt's Liver Medicine and Anti
Bilious Pills strike directly at the root of the evil.
Th?v cure the Liver, which in nine cases ont of 'en,
is at the bottom of the Coupes, Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache, Rheumatism, Constipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, kc., so common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Rheumatism,
Neuralgia ?nd bodily pains of every kind flee before
PROPHITT'S PAIN KILL IT
like chaff before the wind.
PROPHITT'S LIVER MEDICINE.
Dr. Frophitl-Having used this medicine suffi
ciently long to test ita virtue, iud to satisfy my own
mind that it is an Invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia
-a disease from which the writer has suffered much
for six years-and being persuaded that hundreds
who now suffer from this annoying complaint would
be signally benefltted, as he has been, by its use, we
deem it a duty we owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them the use of this remedy, which
has given not only himself but several members of
bis family the greatest relief.
M. W. ARNOLD,
Of the Georgia Conference
DOOLY COUNTY, GA , April, 1867.
Thia ia to certify that I was confined to the house,
and moat of the tine to my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony imaginable with Rheumatism, for
five months, and after trying every available reme
dy, with no relief, I was cured with two bottles ot
Dr. O. S. Prophitt's Anodyne Pam Kill It, each cost?
ing ?fly centa only; it nile ved me almost instantly.
I thereiorc recommend it in the highest degree to
others tottering from similar disease. I cac say
that it is one ol the best lamily medicines now out,
certain. Yours truly. W. A. FOREHAND.
COVINGTON, GA., July 9,1R67.
Dr. ProphtU-Having used your Liver Medicine
for more than a year in my family, i chcermlly re?
commend it to all persons -ufferioe from Liver af?
fections. Dyspepsia or Ind;gts11on in any form. I
also recommend your i'ytentery Cordial as the best
rea.tOy lor that disease. 0. T. ROGER?.
STA NTOBD VILLE, PUTNAM COUNTY, Oct. 1,1867.
Dr. 0. S. Prophitt-Detr Sir-This is tocerbry
that I have used your Ague Pills for the last ten
ye ire. and I have never failed to cure the Ague in a
single Instance with them. They always break the
chills the first day that they are given. I can recom?
mend them as being the nest ague medicine that l
have ev ar found, and they leave no bad effects foUow
lpg them, as Quinine, kc.
Yours respectfully. A. WESTBROOK.
PUTNAM COUNTY. GA. September 22,1868.
Dr. 0. S. Prophitt-bii-l have used for the last
two years in my family you"- Liver Medicine, your
Pain Sill It, and your Female Tonic, and I have no
fears in sayingtbattheyaretbebest medicines I have
ever used for the Liver and Stomach. Neuralgic and
Rheumatic affliction e. Headache, Colic, and pains ot
every kind are subdued by them. Alter usiDg the
medicines solong. I cheerfully recommend them to
aoy and every our-, and to all that are afflicted, as the
best and safest remedies for all the diseases for
which they are recommended. Atc.
Yours respectably, JAMES WRIGH.1".
OR. PROPHITT'S FEMALE TONIC.
This Medicine, with its associates, is a safe and
certain remedy for all curable diseases to which Fe?
males c'one arti liable. It is also an excellent pre?
ventative of Nervous Blindness, or Ki rvous Dis?
eases In either male or Icirate. It is a powerful Ner?
vine Tonic, setting up a full and free circulation
throughout the system.
All of the above Medicines sold by Druggists and
Merchants generally throughout the Southwest.
ED. S. BURNHAM,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 421 King-street, (near Calhoun,)
Charleston, S. C.
Prepared only by DB. 0. 8. VROPBITT.
April 16_6fnth6mo8_Covington. Ga.
Q P . P A N K N I S ,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 123 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. C
THE ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of the best Imported and Domes?
Of his buMtf -s he bestows the utmost personal care
and attention, and guarantees the PURITY of the
MEDICINES used in compounding.
Prepared carefully at all hours of the day and
SPECIAL AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF
Messrs. GEO. TIEMANN & CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
HIS STOCK OF
Hair, Tootli and Nail Brushes.
IS LARGE AND WELL SELECTED.
Apeccy for tLe tale ol' the celebrated
Boekbridge Alnin Spring Water,
A supply of wLich ls always on hand.
Which have established for themselves a reputatioc
surpassed fey none.
Through ronstant effort and attention he bo^es to
meiit a continnanoe of the public patronage which
bas hitherto been extended to him.
February iii rutheljr
3 W E E T ? S
B U C K L E TIE.
This TIE can be applied inetantan?ou-ly tc any
ize bale; it requires no preparation whatever.
Insert the hoop in th?
dot, and draw it tight a
ronnd the bale.
It adjusts itself to the bile, and is so simple that
t can be ?pilled by any one.
When the lever of the
press is raised the tie will
fasten itself by the out?
ward pressure of the bale.
A fresh supply of the above popular COTION
:iE just received and tor sale by
HUBERT MUHE di CO.
AGENIS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
BOYCE'S WHARF, CHARLESTON.
Sept 9 thstulQ
ii:: if lian rons.
E5CN2I, TSE GILT
7\at rtjuxrt NO CUmmr.ij,
tm TU? TAT??
WHICH UAA ito arniNus.
The Orbital and tory
Si?iable Tixtsre sada. .
It can oe applied to
?' any Stair Hod, cither
Round or Flat, and
prevents its elippinp;
from its place.
Ask for the
Patoat Dwp rirtoo,
.OLD ?1 ?LL
AND BUY NO OTHER.
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Mays rtmhlyr CHARLESTON, E. C.
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