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?'.*". BT FAUL H. HAYN?.
Metriin ts the air
Tirotoa -with thetoiling or harmonious bell*, ?
Kong by the banda or spirits ; everywhere
We feel the presence or a sort despair,
- And tarta to voices >>; divine farewells 1
lyjj? : ,\8fi ' Sweet Fancy lost,
- -Waadertag in darfcr ess now, makes pllvery moiH,
While Pathos, pal ?> and shadowy life a ghost,
L: ? So? upon Hume r's breast, that mourns HW
. ' ? taxes t, .?
The wlsard king who leaves them all-alone !
Wan Genii throng
From earth's four quarters hurrying, mount and
Pore woodland peace, the city's din and wrong,
Each tut mg low a fond funereal song,
Bach sadly bowed o'er that.grand. silent heart,
r : The chndten'ff tears
" Mingle wkh manhood's woe that falls like, raba ;
..... haw Ueth one who towered above his peers,
And nevermore thro' all the fruitful years
j ,Our eyee shall greet the Master's lute again .
-.-".<. ..f ":- '.' 1 .'. '.?> ? li .- ni i!ui
His prodigal offs pring crowd so thickly round
,] That Wit lass foul of Sorrow, Cupids twin?
B'g Warn arma with Ayarice, and Love'B strength
boa oaffM :?
; Hath ; tanqoiahed Hate on Hate's own ckosen
'. 2_>.(-- : 'Tho' gone, his ABT
Triomphant spans the threatening clouds of
,0<v.,. death;.. . '
.'..i .Ita rainbow hues forever pulse and start, ; >
Steeped in the life-blood of the human heart,
^asd; w/pven in heavens, .beyond Time's stormy
' "She ia really tie prettieatrlittle creature .1
. ?vex B?W,N flju'd Mr. Willoughby Ta?e, a*, he
..turnedi^hx'?he'wiodow 'fer the ?ilietb Uaw
that morning. "Jane," he added, addriiss
ibg the'hcBsema'd, win. waa clearing away
. i tb? breakfast thin ri, "have you any 'idea who
*%J$ people ?re,whu have taken old Mr. Adder
! 'iej'?'h'onae opposite ?"
^??SSIS^ t?r?,f TOn Plea??,'1 returned; the
. handmaiden. "I mot their cook at the gro
" oe^a tie other day, and. abe said that ber
aaaatsr'a name waa Black-Cap ting Choker
Black-and that hs .waa staying here on leave
of absence with his wife and daughter, rifcjl I
j, "Ob, indeed 1 Did she happen to mention
' tte young lAdyVntme?''
CT^^^I^irilla^.lr^iiJ???- ' " |
"Evtl What a charming namer mar
,.Bnnrod Wiiloughtj , to himsolf; and then he
^.ftii.will do, Jape, thank jon.". . '
1973?r. Willoughby ' Vane was a bachelor,
-t*raty-eigbt yeais old, rich, indolent and
tolerably gootUoakug. He lived with a
widowed mother m a pleasent bouse In the
Clapham-road, a&l, haying nothing else to do,
bad fallen despera ?ely in love with bis pretty
vis-a-vis, and anxiously sought an opportuni?
ty "for an ratroduotlon. However, having dis?
covered the name .of. hie enchantress, he
determined-to address ber' anonymously by
letter. , .iV
. iHaring decided upon Uking this step, the
next thing to be dene waa to pat it into exe
- tontito; and, bavin ? abut himself in his little
.tody, after man" futile attempts, he auc
.'-?a??edb? frammg in epjBtle to the lady to his
aotkflwtMw; begging her, if abe valued bia
pete? of mind, to:-eturn an answer to " W. T.,
< The Poctofflce, 'Clapham common." Th it
etoo?, ba went out. tor a walk, and dropped the
letter in to tho nearest lox.
Regularly three times a day, for a week af?
terward, he ciHed at the poetoffioe io see ?
?hetbex ananswea- had arrived tor him. Aa
we week advanced, Willoughby began to loss
aus appetite, and gr* w so ree fees and irri
Jable that iba. Fane, like a iond mother,
fancied that ber dear boy waa unwell, ana
~"b*gged him to coruiaJttheir medical attendant.
But ber ?rn Janghtd *t the idea, knowing well
thai hw complaint was beyond the doctor's;
'^^^?a^beiri?mng to despair of ever receiv-'
ing a reply, when to bia great delight on the:
seventh morning, i. letter waa banded io him;
?har...'bo. postmistress, written ia a dainty
female hand, and ad drees ed to " W. Y." Ai
moat unable to conceal bia emotion, he quitted
the shop, broke open the seal, and drank in
' ? They ware' evidently of a pleating natu re,'
for be read the letter over again ana again,
kissed the envelopo, pat it into his Dre at coat,
pocket, and" harried home, to see bia fair in
>lP?praii k)oking ont nf tbe window of the boase
opposite, ts usual. j
Par a moment, bis flraL impnise was io sa?
l?te her respect fully ; but immediately after?
ward he bethought himself that, as he WdS;
.tlQ incognito, the young lady would,"perhaps,
=*a*=fMW8 "by 4be action. Bemdee. bow.
contd abe havejanjg ide*.' that bo was "W. V?"
So he went indoors, and amused hrmseif for
tbxMboaxB m Inditing a reply to her le ti ar,
' Walch lie poaisd the sam? afternoon; ind In
due course of timo, a second ana we- arri vedV
-?~Ald' so- ?utiera *ent on, a constant inter?
change cf letters baiog kept np for a fort?
night, during which time Ur. Willoughby
VBJM spent his day s in running to and from
the jmatofflee. writing .letters, and watching
^l? fair neighes from the window'of'the
**awtbBiidttlw he would sometimes say to.
himae?f,; "bow very provoking the dear girl
is ! She never will look this way. I do wish
I oooH catch her eye, if only for a moment.
What a horribly sour-looking old crab the
Bother ia. Be pend Upon it. Willoughby,
that poor child ia anything bot happy at home
with those two old fogies, indeed, ber letters
bint a? much." And having given vent tonis!
?elihge. be would put on his bat and walk to
the rx? i office, or shut himself in bis room and.
comptt?Aanotber note tonia "deireat Eva."
At length, three weeks having flown rapidly
away in, thia manner, he received a- letter one
.morning from the' yoong lady, wbieh ran as
ATovhncm ?_xo. ^.v.
. "Sir-La it. is useless to oontinue a correa
pendence in this manner, I think it is now
tone ror-yo a U> tb ro w off jen r ince -nit a and
mcaJrvouTtruenataea.Qdpti8iti?? io ono to
irf?io^'i?n'af?not totally indifferent. Believe
jaie that nothing ins piros love hke mutual oonfi
dence. Prove tome that I have not been im?
prudent in answering letters by at once io
forming me wbo you are. It is with no feeling
of idle evriojty I asi this, simply for our mu?
tual satisfaction. Yours, ftc., EVA."
~JTO wblcb Willoujrbby replied by return ?f
"Dearest Eva-Il you will permit me to call,
you so? Have you not for weeks past cheer Ted'
a yoong man with his hair brushed back,:
' anxiously watching yen. irom the window of
tht? noose opposite? And although you have
apparently never taken the slightest notice of:
him, 1 trust ,bi8 features are not altogether
repulaive-to. yon. I am that individual.
? * *Ctxarmetl by the gjacefal magic of tame eye;
Day after day I watch, and dream, and sigh ; ' |
Watch thee, dream of thee, sigh for thee alone,
Fair star of Clapham-may I add, mine own v
T? -qnpie, with some alteration, the noble
stun of the poet Brown. And now I have a
favor to ask yon. Whenever you see me at tbs
window, take no notice of me at present, lest
my mother should observe it. In a few days
abe will be going out of town, and then we can
throw off .all restraint. Till then, adieu 1
Adieu my adorable one, adieu ! My eyes are
ever on you. . Your own.
To which epistle came the following answer:
.'.Dear Sir-Your explanation is perfectly
satisfactory. I may also add, that your
features are not at all repulsive to EVA."
. ''Bless-her I What a delightful little soul
jbejs !" ejaculated Willoughby.
: And be went ont. ordered a now suit of
clothes, and bsd his bair ont.
"Willy," said. Mrs. Vane to her son the next
morning, "I wish you woull do something to
improve your mind, and Dot waste your time
by looking ont of tbe window all day as yon
Lave lately done. Come and read the Pailta
mentery debates to me, if yon have nothing
Tbe worthy lady was a red-hot politician,
and fer three mortal hours abe kept him at
this delightful task; at the expiration of
wbioh time be succeeded in escaping to bis
own room, where ne wrote the following note
:. ^'Dearest Eva-I am ova joyed at the cou
tents of your brief oom man i cati OD. It, as you
say, my reatares aro not altogether repulsive
to yoa, may I hope that yon will consent to be
mine-mine only ? WITXOTOHBT."
Back rame the reply next morning:
llb*ar ''Willoughby-font replv has' made
me feel very happy. It ia very dull here-no
society except my father and mother. I tong
for more con g ea lal compinionahrp. Thine,
s*n?i -.? ETA.?
xn-v-&re'o*h^tfut manner the days flew oo
-batoyo&dayBj too, they were for WuTooghby,
?*&P#?g||foy interchange of this and
similar lover-like (rorrespondenoa. On tbe
folio wing Mond?! ; moron*, Mrs. Vane left
town on a visu to tonie friends in Devonshire,
leaving her eon to keep house at home. Tb at
same afternoon, One of Captain Black's ser?
vants bronght the foUowing n?te for Wil?
..WUK?-Have yon any objection to my tell?
ing my dear papa all? Mattera have POW
gone BO rar that it will be, impossible for either
of us to retract what we hate written. Let ns
take papa into oar confider.ce. I know his
kind and generous nature well, and have no
fear that he will oppose our -onion. Prav send
me a line by hearer. ETA.";
Tbe answer was as follows:
"My Own Eva-Do whatever yon consider
best. Hy fate ia in your hands. If your papa
ehonld refuse his cousent, 1-, but I will not
think of anything BO dr?adfnl I Fear not that
I shall ever retract. Life without yon would
be a desert, with no oasis to brighten H.
Yours until death, WlXAVOOSHBT.";
That evening, just aa Willoughby bad finish?
ed dinner, he heard a load double-knock ar
the street door; and, on its being opened, a
strange voice inquired, in a load tone:
"Is Mr. Willoughby Vane at home ?'
His heart pest violently aa ?lane, entering
the room Said: :
' A gentleman Wiehes lo speak to yon in tbe
And she handed him a card, inscribed
"Captain Choker Black, C. B., H. M.'s 1794 th
"I will be with bim in a moment,'' said
Willoughby: and he swallowed a couple of
' glasses of sherry to nerve bim for -the inter?
view. '? ?!' .
"Captain Choker Black, I believe ?" he said,
as he. entered the library.
1 "Your servant, sir," said the gallant captain
-who. glass in eye, was busily engaged io
scrutinizing an engraving of the battle of
a* varioo. . Your, servant, sir. Havel the
easure of addressing Mr. Willoughby Vane ?'
Willoughby bowed. *'
"Then, sir, of course you know the business
. tb at has brought me here ?"
Terribly nervous,* and scarcely knowing
what answer to make, dur hero bowed again.
"Come, come, sir, don't be afraid to speak
out. My daughter bas made me her confidant,
so let there be no reserve between us. Eva
has told me all.''
Here poor Willoughby blushed up to the
roots of his hair.
'.You see, I know all about it Yon have fallen
desperately in love with the poor girl; and,
although yon have never exchanged three
words together, you are already engaged to be.
married. Mighty expeditions, upon my word 1
Ha! bs I bal Pray exc?same for laughing,
but tbe idea is somewhat comicall Hal
As tbe captain appeared to be in a very good
humor, Willoughby's .courage began to lise.
! - >*D<m'i mention it. sir. Yob are her father,
and have a rfgbt to do what you please. But
I sin -ere ly trust that you have no o bj ec ti one
to-offer." J tun
"1? None 1 Believe me 1 shall be de?
lighted to see my Eva comfortably settled.
But harkye, sir.- Business TS bnsrn?sB. l am
a pinn, blunt man, an i fifteen years' Bojourn
with, one's regiment in india doesn't help to
polish one. First of all, what are your pros?
And the (?ptain drew a note book from his
pocket, and proceod3d to examine our hero,
as if he were m a court of justice.
"You are an only eon, I behove ?"
"Good." Ard down went the note in the
"Yoar age ?"
"Twenty-eight next birthday."
"Twenty-eipbt I Good. Is your cocstiin
tion healthy ?"
"I believe so. I have bad tbe measle?,
whooping-cough and mumps."
"Disorders peculiar to infancy. Good."
And the captain scubbled away airain,
f ;?*Axe. you engaged in aoy business or pro?
"Theo bow OD earth do von live?"
"On my private income, captain."
"Then all I can say is, you're an nncommoL
ly lucky fellow to be able to subsist on that.
1 only wish I could. What is your inoom??:'
"Atout seven hundred a year."
"Is it in house property, shares in limited
companies or the funds ? ff in public com-,
ponies, I should be sorry to give two years'
purchase for tbe lot."
"lu thc Ne? Three per Cents."
' "Good. T think I may nay, very good I
What Bort of temper are you ?''
"Well, that's rather a difficult question to
answer," eaid Willoughby, smiling lor the first
"Hang it, sir, not at all I" returned tbe cap?
tain. "IT any one asked me my temper. I
should say, 'Hasty I mr- confout dedly hasty!*
And Choker Black's proud of it, sir-proud:
of lt I"'- j
"Bay about the average," answered v?il
lonabby, timidly. ?
"Temper average," said the captais, jo'ttinc
it down. "I think tb Deo are about all the
questions I have to aek you. You know my
daughter by Bight?'
' I have bad tbe pleasure of seeing her fre?
quently--from tbe window, sir."
'-And you think you could be happy with
"Think, captain I I am certain of it."
"Very good. Now, narky?, Mr. Willoughby.
Vane. Marry her, treat her well, and be
happy. Neglect ber, blight her young affec?
tions by harshness or cruelty. a**d hang me,
sir, if f don't riddle you with Imi'ete! Gad.
sir. Ima mm of my word; and l'J do what I;
sty. as sure as my name's Choker Black."
"I have no fear on that score, captain.
Unite ber to mc. and if a lire of devction-"
"I know ail about that," said the captain.
"Keep your fi ie ubrases for tbe girl's ears.
G.ve me.-,-our baud sir. 1 have taken a fancy
?-You natter me, captain.*1
"Haue it. sir.nql Choker Back never in?
dulges rn flattery. Xbu't ba alraid i ? craep
my band, cur; it'? yours so lon? cs 1 rind you
plain sai hi. E ai a slri'L'uif ir-v.id. but if
ever I suspect you of any atufioe or deception,
m knock you down with it- .j.-; u JW 1 nope we
perfectly understand each otb ci.
"One word more," eaid Willoughby. "Am
I to understand that you consent to our
"Certainly. Yon can be married to-morrow,
if you please. Sir, the happiness of my dear
cbild ie my first consideration. Gad, sir. rm
not a brute-not one of those unnatural pa?
rents peop?o rea/t of in novels. Choker Black,
may be a fire-eater iu the field; but. at any
rate, be know* how to treat bis own flesh sud
"Captain, you overwhelm me with prati-'
"Say no more about it. Clap on your bat
and come across the road witb me, and Pil in?
troduc? yon to my daughter at once."
Scarcely knowing what he was about, Wil?
loughby did as be was told. They crossed th
road together, and the captian opened his
doer with a latch key.
"One moment if you please." said Willough?
by, who was titivating his ha r and arrana me
"Are you ready now?" asked the captain.
. "Quite." :
"Mr. Willoughby Vane," cried the captain,
ushering our hero into the drawing-room.
Then, waving bis hand, he added, "allow me
to introduce you to my wile and daughter. "
Willoughby looked exceedingly foolish as he
bowed to the two ladies. Oa a couch by the
fireside sat bis enchantress, looking more be?
witchingly radiant than ever; h9r vis-h-v?i
being the tall, thin, angular woman in black
that he bad frequently noticed from over the
.What a contrast." thought Willoughby,
"between the mother and daughter."
"Annie, my dear, Mr. Willoughby Vane is
nervous, no donbt. You know the adage.
Let us leavd the young people together, ana
he'll soon find his tongue then, PU wager,"
said the captain, addieseinir tbe younger of
the two ladies, who immediatelv rose irom her
"8tay, Bir-there is some mistake here !"
said Willoughby. "This lady ia-" and he
pointed to the gaunt female.
"My daughter, sir I" oaid the captain. "My
daughter by my first wife."
"Andthis-" f-jaculated our hero, taming to
the vouog lady.
"Is mv second wife, sir 1"
Mr. Willougnby Vane fled from bis homo
that night. About a month later his almost
b oken-bearted mother ncsived a letter from
him explaining the whole affair; and the post?
mark bore the words "Montreal, Canada."
COHHUER CIA I. If EWU.
PORT IN GREAT BRITAIN-Per bark Moselle-loio
bbls spirits tnrpentine, 1806 bbls rosin.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J W Everman
26 tierces rice, 74 bales cotton, 205 bbls rosin, 186
hhdsand 409 bbls molasses, Ti bales domestics, fi
tons phosphate, 15 bales mdse.
I The Charleston Cotton, Klee and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
PRIDAT EVENING, jnly ie, 1870. ]
COTTON.-This article opened at steady rates,
with a moderate demand, but the European war
news caused a suspension of business. Sales
near loo balea, say 2 at IS; 15 at 15 v ; 7 at ie; 14
at 16K; 12 at 17; s at 17X; Hat 18; 12 at 18J?.
We quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.15)?@17
. Low middling..17K#17K
Strict mid di lag.18K@
RICE.-There were no transactions In this
' NATAL STORES.-The market was steady, with
the following sales : say, 300 bbls. spirits turpen?
tine at 33 cents; 195 bbls. rosin, Ko. 1 to pale, at
$3 oo@$4 25; 300 bbls., Nos. 2 asd 3, at $i 55?
$1 so per bbl.
?FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, direct nomi?
nal, via New York, 7-10d on uplands; l l-l sd
on sea islands; by sail we quote 7-l6d on
upland cotton, and .vd fi lb on sea
Island cotton. To Havre, by steam, nomi?
nal; by sall, nominal at Vc on uplands
and IK on sea Islande. Coastwise to
New 'York, by steam, Kc fl lb on uplands
and Kc on sea islands; by sail, Kc fl nv on up?
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sall, K
@ Vc fl ft on uplands. To Philadelphia,by steam,
Kc fi ft on uplands; by sall, somewhat nomi?
nal. To Baltimore, by steam, K@Kc fi ft on
uplands; by sall somewhat nominal.
EXCHANGE.-sterling 60 days bills nominal at
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE_The banks purchase sight
checks at K off, and Bell at v premium. Out
side they purchase at par, and sell at K@K pre?
GOLD.-Buying at 12, and selling at 14.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, July 15.-Noon.-Consols 02K> Bonds
87. Sugar steady at 27s Od afloat.
LIVERPOOL, Joly 15.-Noon.-Cotton nominal;
uplands OKd; Orleans 9K<1; sales 7000 bales; sales
for the week 58,000 bales; for export and specula?
tion ll,ooo bales; stock on hand 693,000 bales, or
whL-h 320,000 are American; receipts for.the week
72,000 bales, of which 37,000 were American ;
stock afloat 403,000 bales, of whioh TO, ooo are
American. Red Western wheat 8s lld; red win?
ter 9s iod. Corn 32s. Lard quiet. Beef 10s sd.
Evening.-Cotton heavy and irregular; uplands
9Kd; Orl?ans 9vd ; salea 7000 bales; exports and
speculation 500 bales. Beef buoyant. Pork firm,
NEW YORE, July 15-Noon.-Stocks dull and
weak. Money 4a6 per cent. Goldl4K- Sterling,
long 9K; ahort 10K. BondBOK. Tennessee ex
coupons 67; new 65K* Virginia ex-coupons 68;
new 67. Missouri 91. Louisiana slxes74K; new 74;
Levee sixes 77; eights 91 v. Alabama, eights 100;
?fives 77. Georgia, sixes 84; se vt ns 92 V- North
Carolina, old 51K; new 30. Sonlh Carolin?, old
I; new 78K- Flonr I0al5c higher, and wanted.
Wheat higher. Corn strung. Pork unchanged.
Lard dull. Cotton dull with a downward tenden?
cy ?uplands 20c; Orleans 20vc; sales 400 bales.
Evening-Money 5a6 per cent. Sterling BKalo.
Governments closed dull and weak. Gold closed
strong at l6val6K- Southerns dull and heavy.
Cotton dull and nominal; sales OOO bales; uplands
20c. Flour, Stale and Western, $15 30 and higher;
Southern $10*10 25 and higher; common to fair
extra $6ac 90. Wheat 3a4c higher; winter red and
amber Western $1 44al 60. Corn la2c higher
new mixed Western 93ca$l 05. Beef quiet. Pork
S29 60. Lard Ormer; kettle l6Kal7. Wnl-key a
shade firmer, f lui oj?c. Groceries firm. Naval
stores steady. Freights firmer and active.
BOSTON, July lu.-Cotton quiet and steady; mid
diing 20c; net receipts of the weet 340 bales;
coastwise 2110bales; total 2455 bales; exports to
Great Britain ISO boles; sales 2000 ba es; Block
BALTIMORE, [July ?15.-Cotton doll, tending
downward; midling lOV'c; net receipts for the
Wfcekp78bales:fcostwi?e 340 bales, total 506 bales:
exports to G rear Bri:lan 2205 bales; Continent
? coastwise loo bale?; eales 1695; stock 2430.
CINCINNATI, July 15.-Floor Arm. Corn firmer.
Wiiskey Matte. Provisions higher. Pork $30 50.
Lard in good demand at 10c
ST. Louis, July 15.-Hemp dull and unchanged.
Bagging rope unchanged. Mixed corn 85a88c.
whiskey nominal. Provisions quiet but firm.
LOSISVILLE, July 15.-Bagging firm. Flour
fi-m at $5 50. Grain and provisions unchanged.
NORFOLK, Ju'y 15.-Cotton firm; low mldhugs
17V? 17 vc; sales60; net receipts 32 bales; exports
coastwise 184 bales; stock 995 bales; net receipts
for the week 485 bales; exports coastwise 1062
bales; sales 110 bales.
WILMINGTON, July 15.-Cotton dull; no price for
low middlings; net receipts for the week 85 bales;
exports coastwise 176; Bales 60; stock 360.
AUGUSTA, July 15.-Market opened firm and
with a fair demand, closed inactive and nominal;
sales 300 bales; receipts 10; sales for the week
1146; receipts 139; stock 6970; middling 17 vc.
SAVANNAH, July 15.-Cotton quiet; middlings
18c; sales 384 bales; net receipts 392 bales; ex?
ports coastwise 602 bales; stock 9091 bales; net
receipts or the week 2564 bales; exports coast?
wise 1942 bales; sales 870 bales.
MOBILE, July 15.-Cotton dull; middling 18c;
sales 100 bales; net receipts 100; stock 16,600; net
?jecelpts mr the week 43G; exports to Great Brag
tain 2211; coastwise 1644; sales ill bales.
GALVESTON, July 15.-Cotton nominal; good or?
dinary isai&Kc; sales 110 baies; net receipts 430;
exports to Great Britain 1701; coastwise 10; stock
1337; net receipts of the week 1042; exports to
Great Britain 1791; coastwise 614; sales <55 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, July 15.-Cotton dull and nomi?
nal: net receipts 333 bales; coastwise3 bales; total
33C bales; stock 61,4*3 bales; net receipts tf the
week 2145 bales; coastwise 4? bales; total 2190
bales; exports to Great Britain 4951 bnles; Barce?
lona 769 bales; Helsingfurs COO bales: sales 6800
Kew York Klee Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, July 33: The demand is
not unusually active, but is fair and shows some
improvement, with prices ruling very strong on all
grades and holders offering stocks moderately
Sales of 115 tes Carolina at 8Kc; SOO bags Ran
goon at 7c, and 600 do in bond, at $3 00V, gold;
Carolina common to good per cwt $8a8 25; Caro?
lina prime to fancy per cwt $8 37)?a9: Rangoon
per lu CV&7; Rangoon, gold, in bond, per lb 3a3V
From the Tribune: The market is a little un
settled, but on the whole rather firm, and not
much stock can be found except at extreme
figures; we quote Carolina at 8,va9c; Rangoon
CKa7c, currency, duty paid, and 3a3.Vc, gold, in
bund; eales of loo tes and 800 bags.
From the Journal of Commerce: The market is
firm. The Jemand continues to be good, and the
stock small. We notice sales of 115 tes. Carolina
at 6Vc; 300 bags Rangoon, duty paid, at 7c, cur?
rency, and 500 bags in boad, at $30', gold.
From the World: There has been a little irregu?
larly, but the turn almost entirely in sellers'
favor, and prices Generally are full andtirm at the
".lose. Pales Of 125 tes North Carulina at 8V'a?c;
?O0 bags Rangoon at 7c, currency, duty pa: ? : und
ouo bags do at $3 O? V, poid, iu bond.
From the Herald: Mice was steady, with moder
ate demand,- the sales being 170 tes Carolina at
S>jCa8Ka9c; coo bags Rangoon ot CJ?a?c, and 600
do, in bond, at 3a3.vc, gold.
New York Naval Stores Market.
From the Journal of Commerce Joly 13 : Spirits
turpentine-The arrivals have been fair, nut
pretty weil controlled, and, as there has been
some little demand for full'lots during the day,
holders, helped by thc effect of a higher rango for
gold, have maintained very steady prices. A*, the
close, with the reaction in the gold market, there
is hardly so much coi-fidcuce, although JO sales
are reported at any concession: the bu3i-jess em?
braces 340 bbls at 37Ka38c for mere-ban table
order, with a few lotB on wharf at 38K<~ itosin
remains very dull, with iucreased arrlva'.s; the
market is weak for all grades; eales are jniinpur
tant; the quotations are : Fur strained, il 92Va
1 90; common at a lower price; No 2, 5;2 lOaa SO;
No 1, $2 45a3 26; pale and extra $3 60a6 sn. Tar la
in large supply and difficult to sell, with prices
ranging low and more or lt-ss nomina!. We quote
Washington at $1 80; Wilmington at $2, as it
runs, and $210a2 12V Tor selected.
MACON, July 13.-COTTOH.-Receipts to-doy 23
bales; sales 6 bales; shipped 60 bales. Receipts
for thc week ending this evening, the above in?
cluded, GO bales: sales 017 bales; shipments eos
bales The market has stood steady all the week
under review at 17c for middlings, but during the
early part or tbe week, and when the prospects
of a European war were promising, prices were a
little weak and thc demuid fell off. Since yester?
day morning, however, prices have ruled Arm
and holders have stubbornly refused to offer. The
market closed Arm this evening at 17c for mid?
dlings, and little or none on the sample boards.
COTTON STATEMENT. . . .
Stock on hand Sept. l, 1869. 179
Received to-day. 23
Received previously.-.... .79,330-79,353
Shipped to-day.;. 65
.Stock on hand this evening..4,638 '
WILMINGTON, July 14-CcnTON?-Oa Friday
some little interest was manifested in this article,
which resulted n tie disposal bf 4? bales at 14?,
IS, 17al7?c per lb, as la quality, bnt since then
the market has remained totally inactive, and
factors are holding their stocks, whleh are ex?
ceedingly light, ont or market, not being willing
to operate at the present low stage of ligares.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The market opened on
Friday with a brisk inquiry at 34 cents for South
era-an advance of ?e over the closing price of
our last-but a reaction took place and the ad?
vance was lost, the market closing at 33?, and
remained unchanged up to Tuesday, when the
advance or ?o was obtained, and the market
closed steady at ai for Southern and 34? cents
for New York packages, with scarce!? any stock
in first hands. The sales for the week are fully
I op to the receipts, and are as follows : Friday,
100 at 33? and 357 at 34c for Southern packages;
; saturday, 25 at 33? for Southern; Monday, 300
Southern at 33 ?, and 40 New Tork casks at 34a
i 84?; Tuesday, 360 Southern at 34, and 120 New
i York casks at 34?; Wednesday, 34 Southern at
j 84, and 25 New York casks at 34?; Thursday, 25
casks Southern at 34, and loo New York casks at
84?c per gallon.
[ ROSIN-.-During the early part of the week the
market for all grades was dull, but later a better
Inquiry sprung up for strained, and the market
closed firm at $i 45 for that grade, but dull for all
others. The transactions for the week are com?
prised lu lhe following: Friday, 700 bois strain?
ed at SI 45; Saturday, 787 bbls at $1 45 for strain?
ed, delivered, ll 50 for No. 2, $165al 70 for extra
No. 2, $2 for Opaque, $3 for No. 1, $3 62?a4 for
pale and $4I2?a4 60 for extra pale; Monday, 18S8
bbls at $145 for strained, $8 26 for No. land
$4 25 for extra pale; Tuesday, 1145 bbls at $156
for No. 2, $360a3 76 for So. 1, $4 for pale and
$4 60a5 for extra pale; Wednesday, 747 bbls at
$145 for strained, $1 50 for No. 2 and $2, $2 25,
$2 50, $8, $3, $3 2683 75 for No. 1. aa in quality;
Thursday, 4?3 bbls at $145 for strained, $176 Tor
extra No. 2, $3, $3 25, $3 62?a3 75 for No. l, $4 ,
for pale and $4 60 for extra pale.
Canns TURPENTINE - lias experienced no
change 8ince the close of our last report. The
demand has been steady, and receipts, which
reached only 878 bbls, have promptly met dispo?
sal at $2 75 for virgin; $2 25 for soft, and $1 20
Txa-Ia In very little demand, and we have not
heard of a transaction during the entire week.
Last sales were at $1 30 in water, and $i 50 per
bbl in shipping order.
Interior Cotton .Markets.
MACON, July 12.-Receipts today 2 bales; sales
no; shipped 121. The market waa rather Armer
to-dayj and prices stood steadily at 17c for mid?
dling. All offered readily taken.
ATLANTA, July ia-The market closed at lac
for middlings; 15 for low middlings; 14 for good
ordinary; 13 Tor ordinary.
COLUMBUS, July 13.-Our market moderate
demand-middling 17; low middlings 16?. Sales
05 bales. Receipts e bales. Sh puients lui bales.
MONTGOMERY, July 13.-Markct Armer bat
not higher; low middling 16?c.
YORKV1LLE, July 13.-The marker, continues
to decline. We quote from 17 to 17 ?c tor tbe best
grades to-day, prices being nominal In conse?
quence of the small amount of *he staple In the
CHARLOTTE, July li.-Sales for the week 53
bales. The demand at present ls con lined to our
manufacturers, who absorb the small suppl;
offering, at prices above ibe views of shippers,
18 to 18?c being paid for good style.
Receipts by Railroad, July 15.
SC CTE CAROLINA RAILROAD.
103 bales cotton, 57 bales goods, 80 bbls flour,
134 bbls naval stores, 2 cars wood, 117 caskB clav.
To Felzer, Rodgers A co, Kinsman- A Bowell, W
W Smith, Smith k Chapeau, Frost k Adger, W c
Oourtney A co, RC Sharp. Bollmann Bros, Wag?
ner k MonBees.'Steffens, Werner k Docker, Gold?
smith k Soo, Utsey k Kenyon, and W R_>ach.
Fer steamer Argo, from Edisto and Way Land?
ings-Major Johnson, D Chamberlain, J Wbalev,
T Bailey, Mrs A S Balley, Miss A Raynard, J W
Miller, and 12 deck.
First Quarter, 5th, ll hours, 10 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 12th, 5 hours, 15 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 20th, 8 hours, 57 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 28th. 6 hours, 68 minutes, morning.
R. A S.
G EABLESTON, S. C, JULY 16
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbatti, West Point Mill-18
tierces rice. To Frost & Adger, and Thurston k
Steamer Argo, Proctor, Edisto and Way Land?
ings. Mdse. To D Nisbet, W C Courtney 4 co, M
McGorty, and others.
Received from Bennett's MllL 80 tierces rice.
Te W C Bee k co.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
phia- W A Courtenay.
British bark Moselle, Hoare, a Port In Great
Britain-R Mure k co.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
FROM THIS PORT.
Sehr Joseph Baxter, Bennett, Boston, July ll.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Frank Jameson, Jameson, at Philadelphia,
July 13. *
The Behr Carrie S Webb. Brewster, from George?
town, S C, arrived at New York July 12.
The sehr Palmer. Rankin, from Georgetown, S
C, arrivtd at New York July IX
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL, European Plan. Loca?
tion unsurpassed, being near UNION SQUARE,
WALLACE'S THEATRE, and A. T. STEWART'S
New (up town) Store. Broadway and Twelfth
streets. New York. G. P. HARLOW,
aprl4 thstu .. Proprietor.
i^*" Q, VJ R E S "v<^*~^*^
YvXl SOLU EVERYWHERE!.
a WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
N. B. The Commissioner or Revenue has decided
that any dealer can sell this article without/a
special license. mch 2
FRANK HOWARD, '.ate of the Pavilion BODR^
and more recently of the Mills House, hue opened
at No. 146 MEETING STREET, direoUy opposite
the Board or Trade Rooms.
ALES, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, ol tue bes;
?uallty, will be served, and Lunch doJy from ll
till 2 o'clock.
aprl3mo FRANK T10WARP.
UPHAli'S ANTIDOTE FOE STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle, Sent by mail, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote ls the best remedy that can be
administered in Manla-a-Potu, and also for al)
For saJe by Dr. H. BAF.R,
No. 131 Meeting street,
oct* Agent for South carolina
JOE P HI LA D ? L PH I A \
The Al American Tern WM. S. HILLES.
Burgess, Master, having a large part or tieri-.r
cargo engaged, will sail with dispatch f?rtne
above-named port. For Freight engagements
apply to j, A. ENSLOW A GO., T
Jalyn_No. 141 East Bay.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
TUROUOn LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot or Canal ^ ---??rr~
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, ortBestn
and 2lst of every mon th (except when these
dates fallon Sunday, then the Saturday preced?
Departure of the 2lst oonnectat Panama* with
steamers for South Paclllc and Central American
ports. Those of 5tn touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship CHINA leaves San Francisco for Ja?
pan and China August 1,1870. -
No California steamers touch at Havana, bnt
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OPFICE, on the
wharf, foot of Canal street, North River, New
y?rk. F. R. BABY, Agent.
jnlyie-iyr . ._
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOS
"""J0N> AiiD THE CITIES OF THE NORTH?
THROUGH HILLS OF LADING GIVEN FOB
COTTON TO BREMEN.
The fine Steamship "FALCON,"
Horsey, Commander, will nail for Hal/ -
Umore on TH?RSDAT, 21st Joly, at ll :80 A.M.,
making close connection with the Bremen steam?
er ("BERLIN") of the 27th.
tar Philadelphia Freights forwarded to thai
etty by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance, ard Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Gooda from
theRaliroad Depot in PhUadeiphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
Julyl6-6_. No. 2 Union Waarre*.
pOB HEW YORK.
The superior first-class side-wheel steamship
CHAMPION, K W. Lockwood, Commander, of the
New York and Charleston Steamship Company's
Line, will leave Adger's South Wharf on SATUR?
DAY, the li th July, at 6 o'clock P. M.
tor The CHAMPION ls handsomely and com?
fortably fitted np for passengers, and her table
is supplied with all of the delicacies of the New
York and Charleston markets.
8*- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, at 7-ied. on Upland and 11-lBd. on Sea
Islands. This Steamer makes close connections
with the Steamship WISCONSIN, leaving New
York on WEDNESDAY, July 20.
as- Insurance by this Une half per cent.
tar- Cotton taken to New York, Liverpool, Bos?
ton, Providence, and the New England manufac?
turing towns at lowest market rates.
?y The Side-wheel steamship MANHATTAN.
Woodhull, Commander, follows on SATURDAY,
July SS, at i o'clock P. M.
JalyM-3 JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents.
OR NEW YORK-ON WEDNESDAY.
The fast screw 'Steamship "A?CLAND," Crow
en, Commander, win sad lorNew York on WED?
NESDAY, July 20th. at o o'clock P. M., from PIER
No. 2, UNION WHARVES. . .
The ASHLAND will coonee t wltb the Liverpool
Steamship COLORADO, of Messrs. WILLIAMS A
GriON's LINS, sailing July 27.
Insurance by the Steamships of this line X pe?
The Steamship CATHARINE WHITING, Howes.
Commander, will sail on the following WEDNES?
DAY. Joly 27, at 6 o'clook P. M.
For Freight engagements only, apply to WAG?
NER., HUGER A CO., No. 28 Broad street, or to
WM. A COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
(ONCE A WEEK.)
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE. P1LATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR will sail
on and after the 5th July for above._
places every TUESDAY EVENING, at HO'COCK.
Fare from Charleston to Savannah, including
meals and berth, $3._ .iulyl
?pOR SAVANNAH, BEAUFORT i
PACIFIC LANDING, EDISTO AND
Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain C.
C. White, will sail for the above?
piares as follows:
TUESDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, for Ed is to.
Rockville, PaciQc Landing and Beaufort.
THURSDAY MORNING, at 6 o'clock, for nacitic
Landing, Beanrort and Savannah.
Freight to Ec'.jtto reduced 60 per cent.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
jun:7 South Atlantic Wharf.
J10R GARDNER'S BLUFF
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS
ON THE TEEPEE RIVER, VIA
GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer GENERAL MANI
GAULT, Captain H. S. CordeP, ls,_
now receiving freight at North Atlantic Wtniri.
and will !eave as above on TUESDAY MORNING,
July 1?. S?ACKELFOHD A KELLY, Agents.
ju!yl5-3 -No. l Boyce's Wharf.
OR WRIGHT'S BLUFF
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
The Steamer MAB10N, Captain W.
F. Adair, is now receiving Freight,_
at Accommodation Wharf, und ?rm ivuve un
MONDAY NiGnr. the IRth Inst.
Freight and wnarlage prepiid.
For engagements, apply to
KAY ENE L A HOLMES.
july I?-'-_Nc. 177 East Hay.
FOR EDISTO AND ENTERPRISE,
VIA JOHN'S ISLAND PERRT. CHURCH
FLATS. YOUNG'S ISLAND, BEAR'S BLUFF, Ac.
Th? Seamer "ALGO," Captain - TfPa>w
j. H. J Tortor, is now i ecclviiigjaBaEC
Freight ?.t Accommodation Wharf, and will leave
as per the iolijtt'mg time table. UDti! lurtlicr no?
On Thursday, tie 7ih tust.at ia M.
fin Monday, the lilli.at4>i A. M.
on Thursday, she nth.at 7 A. M.
On Monday, Hie 18th.at 10 A.M.
On Thursday, the 21st.ar. 12 M.
On Monday, the 2f>t::.at 4 A. M.
OnTharsday, thc 38th.atc A.M.
On Friday, the Mn inst.at. ll A. M.
On Tuesday, thc 12! I;.?it 4 A.M.
On Friday,"the 151 h.ix tl A.M.
On Tuesday, the 10th.nt o A.M.
On Fridav, the 22d.at ll A.M.
On Tuesday, rhe 26th.at2 P.M.
On Friday, the 20th.at 5 A. M.
DOUGLAS NISBET. Agent,
N. E.-Freight and wharfage payable on the
T7ESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN A NP
V MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards are respect- ^sSfSgSk
Tully invited to call and examine -hcS^w??i
quality and prices of our GOODS. Full weight
guaranteed. Delivered free of expense!.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
. Charleston, S. C.
tar Branch of No. OOO Broadway, New York.
Steam (Engines, #r. '
OR TABLE A K D S TAT I 05 A RY"
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ?Str.
As agents for "TUE'STEAM ENGINE COM?
PANY OF WATERTOWN. N. Y." WO nave sold
several f f these superior Engines, They have,
in every.lhHtance, given em ire sitisfaction, and
we take pleasure In recommend!!, g them to
Plantersxr.d othcis. Weare row prepared to
Hil orders at REDUCED PRICES kr cash,': or
approved city acceptance, for
PORTABLE ENGINES (MOUNTED ON
WHEELS OR OTHERWISE) FROM 4
TO 20 HORSE POWER.
STATIONARY ENGINES FROM 12 TO 100
Circulars, with Price List List of Engines, Saw Mills, Ac., furnished on application to
GAILLARD A M1NOTT, FACTORS,
julyl6-s . . AUGER'S NORTH WHARF.
HEAP DRESS O O O D S
JUST OPENED BY
S TOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No?. 28 7 ANO 380 KINO STREET.
WE BEG TO CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LARGE ADDITIONS TO OUR
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Another lot of COLORED MULSINS, 12? and 15 cents.
A good assortment at 20 cents and 25 cents; also, all of the better grades.
Asmall lot of Plaid Lenas at 15 cents; Plain C ?lorie] Lia .H at 20 to 2>, Cooled dior*.
Gray Lenoa at 20 and 25 cents.
Japanese Poplins, In Plain, Chene, Plaid -md Stripe, very cheap. '
Together with every other variety or Choice Dress Goods, in the lateat Designs aod Colora.
We are showing a good Une of MOURN'lNG DR2?3 GOODS, such as:
Plain Black Barege, at 25 cents, just opened.
Black Grenadines, Tammartlnes, Black Bareges, Iron Grenadines.
A splendid line ol thc best BLUE-BLACK ALPACAS, at all prices.
Chene Japanese Cloths for Mourning.
A good Black Silk for $1 per yard; a good line or Black Silks, at all prices. .
White Piques, ranging from 25 to 75 cents, In Choice Patterns.
WB1T<2 LINEN DRILLS AND DUCKS, for Gents1; also, a fall hue or Brown Linen Ducks, Coat?
ings and Drills.
Spring and Summer Tweeds and Cassimercs for Suits.
Choice Black French Cloths, Blue Tricot for Walking Coats.
LO NGCLOTH DEPARTMENT.
We have Just opened a Tull line of Standard Brands or LON'GCLOTHS, which wm be sold low, and
we beg that the Ladles will call and examine our Goods before they make ppi chases in that line.
Also opened, Cotton Sheetings, Pillow Coses, Towclilugs, Diapers.
Damask Tabling. Damask Cloths, Damask Napkins, Damask Doylies.
A good Hue of White Pavillon Robinet, at low figures.
Together with full assortments in every Department, .-xi: or which are being soldat a small?
STOLL. WEBB & CO.,
Nos. 287 and 2S?? KINT. STREET.
LIFE AND TONTINE ASSURANCE COMPANY
OF THE SOUTH,
No. 29 BROAD STREET. CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. MCBURNKY. President. GEORGE E. FOGGS. Secretary.
E. P. ALEXANDER, vice-President and Actuary. JOHN T. DARBY. M. !>.. Medical Adviser.
J. F. 01LMER. vice-President, rtsldentln Georgia. AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE. Solicitor.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, vice-President, resident in JAMES Ci'NNSK, Counsel.
T R TJ fe* T
E fe* .
William C. lice,
John R. Dukes,
George W. Williams,
.lames R. Princle,
Lewi* 1). Mowry
Wm. K. Ryan,
J. Ell Gregg.
J. Harvey Wilson,
E. Nye Hutchison,
Z. B. Vance,
J. F. Gllmer.
John L. Hardee,
John P. Palmer,
H. 0'N?-ai-. .iv
JohnT. l'a: ..v. M. D.,
wm. M. Sh<ittnon,
D. Wyatt Ais-n,
Giles J. Pa i
Rev. Jame* p. (ti.? .
Rob?. L. Mccans tm n,
George U. ??cM*?:rr,
Wm. 0. Whiidcn,
A. s. Johnson,
George II. Miiiretr,
Ci-mv- E. 8<i":irs,
Jo'm H. Devereux,
K. V. v'-xainier,
E. J. Scott.
FI PTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Comptroller-Generil for protection of Policy- Holders. .
More than ONE MILLION DOLLARS or Assurance applied for 1
This Companv. having compiled with all the conditions or its Charter, ls now prepared to iasue the -
usual forms of Life and Endowment Policies on the Cash system.
CASH PREMIUMS ! CASH DIVIDENDS ! CASH POLICIES!
All Policies non-forfeitable a'tcr the payment of ONE Annual Premium. *
Paid-up Policies l?sued on surrender of the orlninn! for ar. equliable amount. .
Purely MCTUAL ! No Stockholders ! All Profits DIVIDED ?moug the PoUcy-Holdcrs. Dividends
Dividends once declared are non-forfeltable, and may be used to reduce the Premium, to Increase
thc amount or Assurance, or to make the Policy self-sustaining. Dividends ?eft with the Company,
however applied, may be used, in case of need, to pay Premiums.
Investments confined by Charter to the most solid and reliable Securities..
BS- Patronize the only Life Assurance in tba S:ate, and keep your MONEY AT HOME.
GEORGE PAGE & GO.
Patent Portable Circular Saw ??iis,
Stationary cad ?ortab:o XSrtCwi?"
GTS A M ENC SK EC Jr
ii HIST 21 ILLS, .Cc. /
ICc. 5 Schreeder Street^/ ? \^
"CWSendfor Catalogua and Price-Lhis.
CARBONATE OF LIME, the best Disinfectant
and destroyer o? Rats. Mice Bugs, Cockroaches.
Ac, A small quantity placed where they frequent
will at once disperse them.
Pendleton's Panacea, or Vegetable Pain Ex?
A fresh ?upply of Fleming's Worm Coofeciivts.
the most rellaiile in ase.
Also, n fresh supply of SEAL OLEUM, the grea:
remedy for Rheumatism.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. PA ER,
m av 30_Kn. 131 Meeting ."tree:..
rjIHE GREAT GERMAN REMEDIES.
Professor LOUIS WCNDRAM'S BLOOD PURI?
FYING AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (in i'.M o:
Powders,) fur thc cure of al! Acute or Qrc:
Diseases, resulting from impure blood and Imper?
Also, Hie Jullowinp Medicines by :i:e sam" -Pro ?
fessor Louis AVundram, Brunswick. Cc-rrcaDr :?
:..<::> Tea (for Dyspepsia and Nervousness-.)
Rheumatic Herb Tea.
Eye Wat ur.
Tv-.-.r.?wasser ;tne German -'Painkiller.)
-rrs.ileay Dr. H. RAER.
maySO No. 131 Meeting street.
AMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STAT3S TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE
. GUNDRY AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE,
vos. tat su Axr? 22, CENTRE STREET,
CORNER READ AND DUANE STREETS,
A large Stock of ENGLISH AND GERMAN
FACES, both Plain and Ornamental, kept on
hand. All Type cast at this establishment ls
manufacturedifrom the metal known as conner'*
Ureqaalied Hard Type Metal. Every article no
orssary for a perfect Pnntlng Office furnished.
jan? stu themes*
?J-RISH ROOFING FELT
THE PEST, CHEAPEST AXb MOST DURABLE
ttateru? lor Roodng known.
CAMERON", BARKLEY A CO..
Corner Meeting ana cumberland streets,
meh?4 6roo_Charleston, S. C.
MA NH O 0 D
KOW LOST-HOW RE?
Just published in a se.V.ed envelope. Price si*
A LECTURE on the NATURAL TREATMENT
and Radical Care of Spermaton lit? or Seminal
Weauness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debill
;v. and Impediments to Blamage geueraily; Ner?
vousness, Consumption, Epilepsy ?nd Fits, Men?
ta! and Physical Incapacity, ref citing from self
abuse, Ac, by Roben J. Culverwei;, te. D., author
of the "Green Book.'' Ac. -A boon to thousands
r?f sufferers." Sent under ?eai, in a plain envely
ope. to any address, postpaid, on receipt of Biz.
..tc:s or two postage stamps, by
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.,
No. ic: Bowerv, sew York, Post?nica Box No.
Also, Dr. Cuiverweli's -MARRIAGE GUIDE,"
pnce 25 cents. may7-stuth3mo8
FEVER AND AGUE CURE.
A certain care for CHILLS AND FEVER-a gen?
uine Southern preparation, purely vegetable; a
tonic and fever prerentlve. highly recommended,
and stands unecjnfl?ed hy any preparation now
offered. To persons residing in unhealthy auc?
tions it is invaluable.
Warranted- No Humbug.
For sale by all Druggists, an-i by
G. J. LCI1N. Agent,
Druggist, southeast corner King and John sts.,
1nnl8-4mosp*c_Charleston, S. C.
A FULL^ASSORTMENT just received by
DR. H. H A ER,
july? No. 131 Meetlug street,