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JHE DAILY NEWS.
The Modern 1 urpina.
"We find the following clever verses in tho
?TJornic Monthly :
A gentleman turned Turpin once
Kiel ed np a taw an" bobbery,
By rid mc on Drown Beca to do
Some blt- of highway roDbery,
for whicb 'bey caught and brought b.m rn,
Wi tn ca ige .tape and grand cuffs,
Put letters on bis limb-, and on
Bia wi lats a pair of handcuffs,
Convicted bim of felony
Along-wjgged Judge harangued him
And quite regardless ol Ms woe.
Tbey took him ont and hanged him.
Ob, Hick Turpin 1
Unhappy Bk hard Turpin !
Bid Turpin lived In modern days
He then had lound a nigh way
To win a compel ene*, without
Beeor?n? to the highway;
And If he were a lively russ.
And ono to turn a penny flt.
A fnma cc and a rolling-mill
Erected to bis benefit;
Stolen his Utile cent per cent.
Without the least objection;
And white be plundered rgbt and left,
Miscalled the thing- rretection.
Oh, Dick Turpin !
That stupid Bichard Tun in I
And tn ?->.>tker thins, beside.
Xhe ?retched '?Tup?n bland ?red
He merely robbed the men of wealth,
. Xne poarhe aeverplnudeied;
But these ara more expert than be,
The* are the poor man's spoilers.
And make their chiefest profits from
The pockets of the toilers.
To load tue rich man's luxuries
With tax will not content 'em
On iron, salt and cloth they lay
Their tea Ties t per centum.
Oh, Dick Turpin I
Ton auTy Bichard Turpin f
At bed or board, ia boure or (freer,
Wherever we may turn us.
We lind these robberies of the mill,
These Turpins ol the furn? ce.
On stalwart m a and wemen weah
They lay their barden* heavy ;
On a 1 we eat or drink, or wear,
A contribution levy.
They think to all this grin drug, we
Have grown by cu at om callous ;
Bo 1 orpin thought, the ?eekbefore
B* swusg upon abe gallows.
Oh IDi?ki orpin t
Mistaken Richard Turpin I
. Tosses RIK GOLD.
_J [ OSE OF SOCIETY'S \QVEEXS,
*>ne Former Urn. Ooaatrla)f--?Tlie Belle
of Waaklsglon" in tho Past-A
?01 snpse of Mer now.
:t . -
~ -tho Washington correspondent of the Cin
??-'rinaii Comme oial writes :
*' A beaut un 1 woman is a beautiful memory.
?Let her bery herself in A nunnery, and we will
rwoeerp about hex till she ie dead, it we can only
'??teh A glimpse trf her rap and veil through
.tho gratin r. > S it tin pr the ether night in the
theatre, there was pointed ont to me for the
.?rat time the once famous and fashionable
Adele Douglas, the woman about whose beau?
ties and grace? the young ladies of every city
ta the conn rv heard aLd talked; around whom,
"Int yeaia aga ponte society here circled like
an eddy. Aa I looked toward the seat indicat
3 ed by a friend, 1 saw a woman dressed in plain
Mack, with a Beman matron cast of face and j
Dead, stiB fine and graceful-looking, with the
-full ten vears upon her celebrated beauty, and
. 'ag )t only as a faded ribbon calls np a
i romance or a by-gone lashion. Nob
more than the ordinary, she sat there
fi looking not beyond the face of her
nd far the looks sod smiles that in the j
? made her eye? tho centra of every aa
Tho contrast of the picture with the
one in memory recalled her romaneo-as real j
~ vivid a one M the best ont of George
.Your hatty reader a of twenty-five remember
tte name of her family well enough, lt waa
flat of Outs, an old Southern stock here, that
by Ute rute gad graoe of chivalry waa acoo noted
srood, though oatie of its members ever grew
to much wealth or prominence, and Adele's
father held tor his life-time nothing more than
ft BBjBjB^ota^bis Positionen a government depart
jaaent here. Her mother's family was poor, and
ran back for a generation or two in the dis?
trict. So Ute daughter's fortune, aa the Span
Jak say, waa the dower of beauty, and not
much baa idee. But this she improved with
grace and manners and a tolerable education
. at the Ca tholio Seminary in Georgetown, and.
carno ont upon eocufcy here a commanding
?omt?y-aired, etwemexmg belie-the rarest
thing that ever happer t to girls born in Wash?
ington. She attired a. J ear or two as she waa.
Then, when heart? enough had melted, and
knee? had gone down- like stubble before her
frtaAehneeB, the elegant and powerful Douglas
bent too, and she lifted him up with her hand.
Tba "Little Giant" was the pet and the Hon of
theSeoate, a prince m wealth and power, and
abe was of blood royal by the gift of beauty.
, It was a coalition that Washington ''High
Xife" could not resist ; so. Adele Cutts became
tho elegant Mis. Douglas, i he Douglas, the
? ? ojooan r?gnante of society, the glass of fashion
IL to which the polite world looked for ita man?
ners. Douglas and BxeoMnridge, who qa ar
?Masa during, their last days in the Senate,
were Damon and Pythias then, and built side
by side' for their1 r?sidences tba splendid
" TOW of buildings tn t bis city, since more fa?
mous for the residence of Grant, and now of
Sherman. Mrs. Douglas gave her receptions
there. To be admitted to them was to be in
Company; to be secluded was not to be known.
A waive of ber dainty fin in those, days might 1
. have condemned you from the ton as effectu?
ally aa the patrician. Ro nan ladies turned
. the gladiator to death by their thumba. The
ran of "Douglas Bow" made no pr?tentions
wisdom or brilliancy, but senators and for* i
?ign ministers have sea-cely found since in the
gay capital a reception room so graceful and
; KtraonvA as hers. 8he received every bady
there, and never a breath of scandal blew over
her fair repa ta lion. She was enviable. Wheo J
she lay eiok io her luxurious home, the town
'. ww m commotion as over a stn ck en empresa,
and Franklin Bow, the capital and bot?is, vied
with each other m wending condolences and
kind inquiries for her health.
She wat not lase the centre of society in her
Wea tern Borne. Everybody gave hor recep?
tion* when Bbe came to Chicago, Douglas' j
_ Bride. _ fioaio ono has described her. to me
BtandiDg, one of the first nights, among the
Jad?es of the dressing room, a head taller than
..any o thar, nonchalantly di awing on ber kids,
preparatory to the parlors, neg inafnufisenoe
admired by ap. Her fine taste modulated
every thmg. * Prom a pow giri ' stan went into
erijoy ment of I fe* doh eeiktofB wealth step by
step-nothing sudden or bigarre.. Ail thia was
a ronaan? episode of fi ve years. Thoo ehe be -
?am? the widow of. Douglas, m proper mourn?
ing, with tbe episode behind her. But widow
hood, De La Barn? tells ns, ia the beet cos?
metic, and she emerged, two or three years
i ?ter from ber weeds, upon the ann of ber se?
cond choice of husband, a quiet, soldierly gen*
" ifoman, from a quiet department burean here
fa Washington, arid 8 to le off with him and ber
.heart; they say-into a quiet, beautiful home, I
. sud we catch glimpses of her now a days
faintly and rarely.
Herb?me is an elegant one, petite and cosy,
- a gift of Douglas to her mother, and not far j
?way frota the pj lanai one shu enters so often,
Jong yam ago, with her more lordly, but, per- j
haps, not more loved tom pa o ion. ? Passing it
sometimes in the evenir g, yon catch the glun
mei of soft lamps throuen closely drawn cur?
tains. We w ll Lot tear them aside, though
ihey eav that behind them are beautiful chil- '
.tren pJaymg. sud more happiness than ever
the stately, courted Mrs. Douglas knew.
< ?-The government paper mill, jn Pennsyl
wania, h?a through tbe government agent
stationed at the mm, transmitted the first ?ot
?if the new ard improved paper to tho Ameri?
can and ISational Bank Note Company New
Tor k city. There this pa pei will reoei v? ? por?
tion ol the impressions in process of transl r i
Into greenbacks or leg?l icoders and fractional
currency. Secretary Boot well bas given to
the companies tamed an order to pnnta por*
tion of he new money. Tbey d > the work
jointly by arrangement between themselves.
Thau part otthe work is as rollows: Tn? b.-oks
ot Ihe legal terxlers. from one lo one (boa*
sand do"tr rous mc'naive, and the faces
and backs of ira ct iou al corren cv. The
faoes of legal tenders and tints and
. sears are all to be printed IQ the Printing
Bureau; also, the tints and seals of the frac?
tional curreucT. As soon as the bank note
company execute ?heir portion of the work, f he I
paper h>-io be sent to the Treasury, and tho |
- money ccm put ed and handed over by .?.r. Mc
r*ttitBB. ot the bureau, to Treasurer Voinner.
The firs) issue of this monev wal be ready for
vnbhe use about the 25th of this moni h wheo
all the present lega, tendere and fractiot al
?CBatwtiey will bc called in. The paper of tho
tS?0*V9!J'Vl r* ??'?'-marked with a large
.U. a,,"and ia kmiw-aa t?>? French silk pa
NEW TORE-Per Bteam-kap Magnolia-62 bags Fe? j
Island Cotton, 318 baie* Upland Cotton, 79 tata
Tam. 100 bbl? Rosin, 69 tierces Rice, 7 bales
Leaiber, 63 packages r-nndiles. 78 empty Bar?
rels, 3393 packs*es Vegetables, 208 Watermel?
ons, 306 bundles Paper.
Charleston Cotton anti Klee Harket.
OtTICK OS THE CHARLESTON DAILI NEWS,|
CHARLESTON. Wednesday Evening, Jone 16. I
COTTON -Thia article continued to stiffen urder
the advancing tendency of Northern markets and
the light stock; sales 260 bales, viz: 1 at 26; 7 at 28;
5 at 28? ; 3at '.9; 6 at 29?; 33 at 30; 2 at 30?; 39
at 30? ; 4 at 30X; 108 at 31c- We S00**:
Ordinary to eood ordinary..28 @29?
Low middling.30 ?3U?
By Nsw York claseificatim we quote :
Middling, nominally.81 ??33
Bio?.-With a lair inquiry prices were well sus?
tained; sales 135 tierces of clean Carolina, say: 120
tierce* at 7j? ; 16do at 83?c %* m. We quote com?
mon to fair ol-an Carolina at 7@7?; good, 7?@8c
* ft- ,
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, June 16-Noon.-Consols 92?. Bonds
Afternoon.-Consol* 72y?. Bonds quiet.
Evening.-Consols, 92?. Bonds, 80 M . Bogar
active; on the apot, :9a 6d; afloat, sos.
LrvxBPocL, June 16- i>oon.-Cotton active; up- j
landa ll?d; Orleans 13d; eales 16.000 bales.
Afternoon -Uplan ls ll?d; Orleane 13?d; sales
20,000 bales. Bombay shipments to the ll th, 62,000
Evenir g.-Cotton active; uplands on spot, 11%;
afloat, 13d; Orleans, 12?al2?d; sales 30.000bales.
Bread aturra quiet 1 ur pen ti L e, 37s.
PABIS, June 16-Evening.-Bourse dull. Rentes,
NEW YOB?, June 16-Noon.- Stocka weak and un?
settled. Mon*y active at 7, vitb ? com misson.
Sterling9%. Gold 37>?. Cotton firmer; uplands 83.
Turpentine drooping at 43 to 18?. Bo.-in firm;
strained $2 40 to 245.
Ever lng.-Cot ten firmer and in good demand.
Cales 4800 bales. Mid<ilingB ?la31? cents. Fleur
firm for shipping; other pro dee heavy; superfine
$4 75a5 10;.ct mmon to fair extra SO 2Ca$7. Wheat a
shade firmer and in good export demand. Corn duil
a-id 3 to 3c. lower. Perk a tbade firmer at*32;4'i
.33%. Lard quiet; kettle 20v.c. vi hitkey firmst
$1 02?al 03?. Tice casier; Carolina Sa9c. Sugar
quiet Coffee Aim. Molasses dull; Muscovado 63a
65. Turpentine heavy at 44?. Rosin steidy at
$2 30af8. Fieights Aro er Governmenls closed
atrongtr; C2'e, 22?. Southerns firm. Money re?
laxed after thrt e o'clock rad was freely offered at C
to 7 per cent. Sterling Armer at 9?. Go!d acive at
38. Stocks unsettled and a shade stronger.
BAXTZMOBK, June 10.-Cotton very flt m at 33c.
Flour very dull and favors buj era. Wheat firm and
u Deban ged. Corn, white, $102 ; yellow 93. Foi k
firm at $83 50. Paeon active. Shoulders IC?
Hares 21 ?22. Lard fiim at 20. Whiskey firm at
fl 01. North Carolina-, new, 65.
CrscTHHATi, Jone 16.-Whiskey 95c, and in cood
demand. Fork $33; oloring dull. Lard held at
19?c. Bacon firm. Shouluers ll ?c. i ides 17?
ti. lone, June 16_Whiskey 94aS4?. Pork firm
at $83?. Bacon firm. Shouldera ll?. Clear sides
18?. Lard, kettle, ?. Keg 30.
LOUISVILLE, Jun?-10 - Providions very firm. Perk
$33. Shouldtrs 14?c cides 18?c Lard 19c. Whis?
WILMINGTON, June 16.-Spirits turpentine dec? tn
ed to 38 eta. Rosin steady ; strained tl 80. Crude
turpentine lower at $1 65*2 66. Tar unchanged.
AuocBTA. June 16.-Cotton market very firm;
salea 46$ bales; receipts 5fi bales; middlings Sic.
?AVANTAH. June 16.-Cotton market very firm and
active- middling? 81c; sales350; receipts 360; ex?
Motm.r, June 16>- Cotton in active demand ; mar?
ket bare; sales rt a tri ct ed and conslgnmsnta low;
; middling 30a30?c; receipts 41 balea; exports 53
Nxw OaxxAxa, June 16 -Cotton in fair d<mand
asad advanced lc; middlings31?a82c; eales 869bales;
receipts 46 bales; exports 2664 bales. Go'.d SP?.
Sterling K\. Kew York eight ? premium. Sugars
nominal; common 9?al0?c; prime 13x13?. Mo?
lasse? nomina!. . _ ._
Wilmington Alana et.
WILMINQION, June 15_TUBPZNTlNE-Is w.>h
out change in price. Sates of 110 bbl-, at $3 fur
virgin, $3 70 tor yellow dip, and $160 lor hard per
marrs TOBPZNIZNE-Fas d?climd and market
closea dull, hale? of 175 bbl? at 39c, ?cd 150 obis ut
38?o per gallon.
Roam.-feiea to-d.y of 138 bbla at $1 76 for
strained; $3 26, $2 60, $2 76, ?312?a3 75 for No 1,
and $4 25 for pale. I*
TAB -71 bbla sod at $2 25 per bbl.
BAT.-330 balee Northern ? old from wharf at 65a
70per 100 Tbs.
Macon Cotton Market.
MACON, June 14-COTTON.-The condition of the
market tl, rough the week now closed has hardly va?
ried-the almost uniform report from say to day
being that there was but little stocks offering-de?
mand good-market firm Atihe close of our last
weekly review, middling* were qnoted 37?c, re?
maining at that figure until Saturday, when the price
advanced ?c To-day we note a runner advance,
middlings being BO? QUO ed at 38?c The receipts
today amount to 19 bales; shipments 00 ba es; Biles
5 balea, lhere elpta h .ve been heavier this week
than for aome weeks ptevlou*. amounting to 211
balee; ahipmt ute v89 bale?; eales 139 bales.
OOTTON STATEMENT. 9 *
Stock on band September 1, 1868.1,336
Received this week. 211
Shipped this week..... 389
Shipped previously.: 8,629-58,816
Stock on hand.. 747
I onsut neca per >ontn (molina Kail road
- Jone IO.
167 balea Cotton, 88 balea Domestics 16 packages
Bacon, ll bola sugar. ?CS bbla baval Mores. To
Railroad Agent, G VT Meflen-, H Q-rdts ft Co, Clag
horn. Herring k Co, H Coma k Co, Courtenay A;
Tienholm, Johnston, Crews k Co, C Litschgl. Gold?
smith Ss tor, J A Quarkenbu3h, J Marshall, and
Kinsman ft Howell,
Consignees per Wartneaatern Railroad
-ts June IO.
16 baTes Cotton, 160 bossela Ble?, 487 bble Naval
Starrs, ca,' s Lamber, Tobacco, Mdre, fte. To J Mar?
shall, Jr. 8 D Money, Kinr-rmn ft Howell. Mar\ ci ft
Salters, WM Bird ft < o, bischoff ft Co, J A Quack
enbash, Thurston ft Holme?, Riem an ft berger, M
Gold-mith a Sora. Mowry ft co, BolmeB ft Calder, J
8 r-ct I rm or, thuolm Bros, W H Ch alee ft Co, Moffitt
ft Wharton Wagener ft Mon ees, and Order.
Per BteaunahipMagnolia, for New York-Mrs Gif?
ford and maid, a AtcEelby, W H Brown G C Whar?
ton, Professor a Gaguier, Hrs fitzpatrick and two'
socs, J B Pier-on, M Bailev, Bev J O Schachte, Mrs
Dennis, two child- en and nurse. Miss Anna C Weir,
Treeton Rion, A W Wardell, and 26 in steerage.
Fer ?teamer I rollie, from Gt-orgetown, S C-P G
Fitzsimone, W B Moore, J W r'oru, B Andersen, O
Bourke Mi-s N Mccrackenand servant. Mrs l dward
Guerard and BOO, Mies A Pucdt Mi.->B Mary Barr, A
~ Gaillard, F "rei hi 1 rn, and 3 on deck.
Fer steamer Pilot Boy, from r<avauuah via Beau
Bead. Beaufo t, I disto ftc-c W Ha rold. Mrs i bas
Banten. J*t oenatd sud wdV, L M ferryer. O D Na?
thans B i-hifflt-io. D H A- iso Hy, H T ravage. H O
Fletcher, L spencer, A Montan T t Bacon. J. hu F,
Chaplin, F A Whitmy. fe. s Ku", Pli kiel. Rev Ur
Waiker and wile, Ma?ter G 'lffln. G Griffin, P Bogera,
J M Phillipe, J tarneit, eight ? S toldiers, and 4 on
Port ?>i CtiHi-lesTon. June 17,
faa LB or THX MOON.
Last Quarter, 3d, 3 sours, 1 u-inute. mo nlng.
New Moon, 9th, 10 koota, 43 minutes. eveniLg.
First Quarter. 16th. 0 hours. 0 minutes, evening.
Full Moen. 28d t boure 19 minutes moraine.
LISES, i rana
[ 14 MJud.y.... 4..62 7.. 7 I lt.. 6
16 Tuesday...., 4..63 7.. 8 ll..47
16 Wednesday. 4..53 7.. 8 Horn.
17|Tburaday... 4..63 7.. 8 12. .27
18?Fridar.....? 4..03 7.. 8 1.. 2
19iHatarday...l 4..(8 7.. 9 :..4v
20 . 4. 63 7 . 9 2..19
vmvro Tr estera??.
Briliah brig Clitfion. WilltamB. Liverpool-sailed
i pril 12. Assorted Cargo, 'i o naven ti ft Lo, and
Steamer P lot Roy, Pi eft. *-*vmuan, via Beaufort
Bluffton, Bilton He ?a, Ar. 66 bbl? Four, Mdse' ard
Sundries. To J Ferguson,.ll M Bird ft Oo, O col
cock, Stenhouse ft Cc, W M Lawton, F X Regan,
M o Heft ft Wharton. Hopkins, McPherson ft Co, Rev
J R Walker, F Kreaael, Bavenel k Co, L McLain,
Scrathern Express Co. and Order
stumer Emilie, Lewie, Georgetown, SC. 8 balea
Cotton, 46 tierces bice, and MdB? To 6hackellord
ft Kelly. 3 B Pringle, Terry sr Nolan. B F Huger, M
Goldsmith 4 Son, Ostendorff k Co, O W Wi llama et
Co. Mowry ft Co. Denny ft Perry, E N Tbnretoo, J M
Eas on ft Uro, G A Trenholm ft bon, Mrs D E Buger,
and 0 D Ahrens ft Co.
S(eamahip Magnolia, Crowell, New York-Bavencl ft
Steamship Magnolia, Crowell. New.York.
8ehr N W Smith. Tooker, New York;
Sear Matilda Brooke, Jones, Jacksonville,
From this Port.
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem, Baltimore, June 14.
Sblpnetvs by I e'najrapla.
WILMINGTON. Jone 16- Sailed, steamers Faniti
?md Bebecca Clyde for New Yoik.
Weather clear-wind west Thornton) rtrr 80 de?
SAVANNAH, Jone 16- irrived, Pan Jacinto from
New York; North Point from Baltimoiei Uporgv
Durkee from West Hartlepool; brig Nadt Hr?ni from
Cleared, bark Onward for Havre ; sobr P M Wheaton
lil ST OF VKSSKI.M
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR 1 HM IVA T.
The Hannah Lizzie, Ferguson, cleared.May M
The Minnie, Robertson, sailed.May i:t
Brig A mari CUB. Hand. up..Junr 0
Bohr Frank Palmer, Latham, cleared.May ni
HO SPORT, Mr.
Brig Monica, McCobb. aviad.Jnn? 0
Sobr Clara W Elwell, Child?, cloarcd.Juno Tl
Sehr Grace Cliitou. Oils, cleared.Juno li
Sehr Margaret ft Lucy, Crosby, cleared.Jua?? 8
Sobr T D Wilder, Heather, cleared.Juna 9
Behr Lilly, Hughes, cleared.Juno 6
Sehr M E Taber, Aldrich, cleared.Juno 6
bohr Rockingham. Nick eraon. cleared.June 0
Fobr 8 H Cady. Wood, up.Juno 10
Sehr C S Groves, Weavea, up.Juno 10
Brig Josie A Devfreux, Clark, cleared.June 0
Sehr Shiloh, Hubbard, up.June 10
frog!, (Camira!6, (Str.
J? I 8 O S ' S
Warranted lo Remove all Desire
It la Purely Vegetable and fontaine
Tho tallowing is one of thousands or testimonials
th tare daily received by the Manufacturer:
MATESVILLE, S. C., December 28,1868.
I certify that 1 have heon using Bison's "Tobacco
Antidote" for two weeks, and find that the prepara?
tion will certainly overcome the desire tor chewing
tobacco. 1 therefore cheerfully recommend all who
earnestly desire to abandon thia filthy and health
destroying practice, to nae tho "Antidote," and they
will find it a comparatively easy matter to overcome
the haoiL J. A. MAYE*, M. D.
AS* Price 50 cents per Bo-. The usual discount
to the Trade.
AS" For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLF8ALE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Jane 7 Imo
'jpo RE MO VP: O ?EA SK SPOTS.
USE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared by DB. H. BALK,
May 26 No. 131 Metttog-etreet
ROSAD ALIS. ?
GOODRICH. WI ?V E .11A \ d( CO.,
Direct Importers of European Drugs and Chemicals,
May 8 stuthlyr CB ABLESTON. 8. C.
rp H K BISHOP PILLI
TUB BISHOP PILL:
THE BISHOP PILL.I
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTARS" BISHOP PILL,
"Ie of extraordinary efficacy for Coetiveneae, Indi?
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Nervous Debility,
Liver complaint." "The best PILL in the world."
Nodical Journal, September 8.
TRI T H E Ml
TRY T H E Ml
A?- t, ll Druggists in CHARLESTON sell tb cm.
f "Costar V Kat, Roach, Ac. External's.
?tostarV Bed Bag Exterminators.
"CostarV (only pure) In?cct Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedies known."
"IS yearn established In New York."
"2000 Boxes aud Flasks manufactured daily."
"111 Bewared I of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them."
For S3, $?, $3 and S5 sizes, Addrcse -
"COSTAR" CUM PA AY.
f?o. 13 Howard-street, -New Yon.,
Sold in CHABLE6TON, S. C., by
GOODRICH, WISEMAN A CO.
March 23 DIO ITT
Purities the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 3? vic Ijt
HAKE II Si
Q.JUS2 RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND REI AIL :
CARBON ATTI OF AMMONIA
PRIMS HOPS - m
CHEAM OF TARTAR
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREET.
progs, CtKutualS) Ctr.
ry li K BEST IN USE,
LINN'S VEGETABLE PILLS,
M AMUTAC ITT RES AMP SOLD OMIT BT
-? W. T. LINN, Druggist,
Comer of Coming and Cannon streets.
Q J. L V U ll,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
S. K. Comer of King and John-Stn
HpliOl Al. AND PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
t'ICAl KU IN F?BE10N AND DOMESTIC
DH VHS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
VERFVHFKIES, SOAPS, PUFF} AND PUFF
?OXES, TOILET SETS, rfc.
PAIENT M KUI Cl.N KS
?KM IM; BAY Kl'M.
LU H N'S COLOGNE
li UNSCIIPAK8lfD V? ? NT OTHER. ATRIAL
Wil l. REPAY V? U.
LUHN'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Hov- uo equal lor strength and purity, and < ugbt to
tv UHrd by ai:
80PA WAI RR DEALER* A.\D ICE CREAM MANU?
Mr. li. II. JACKSON, Propiivtor of tbc Charleston
Botel, sayrecommend your l.xiractc wilbout
healtaUou lo tbc public for Icc Croaros, Jellies an 1
Mr-. H. M. I uL-rtnriELP. Propletreajoi the IV
vilion Holli, ; ; *.] bey aie well worthy the atten?
tion cf tho:, who deal in ihein er uso them "
Ih se Extraet.i are put up iu small vials, by tho
dozen, for thc trido and family use, and in pint,
quart and half guyton bottles for manntac'iircrs.
Couarm and High Hock Spring Waters
CON8I AN 1 LY ON HAND.
Any art'do desired, no: io Stock, will be procured
Gooda de'ivered in the city FREE OF CHARGE.
June 8 DAC ? tulha 3mo
A lt li Y'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID.
Letter from hon. Alex. H. Sl-phens, of Georgia.
CSAwronnsvtLLX, Ga . September 29.18C8.
Darby 's Prop?ylacUc Fiuid la an article of little
co.-1, but crcat value. Ila domestic aa well as medi?
cinal uses are numerous, while ila specialties are
most wonderful I have not been without lt tor
ten }ears, and no bead of a lamily who can afford
to have it should bc without it
ALEX. H. STEPHENS.
THE WONDKHPIL FAMILY MKDI.
Letter from the Surgeon-General of the late Confeder?
RICHMOND, Va., January li, 1869.
JOHN DABBT A Co., No. 16U WUbam-street, New
Gentlem n-l have received your letter of the 15Th
Of December, 1806, callina my attention to your
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheer: ally sute that the Fluid waa furnish?
ed to, and extensively used by, the surgeons in
charge of general hospitals in the Confed?rale ser?
vice with treat benefit to the patients-all the sur?
ge or s making a favorable report-a great deal of it
was used ia toe hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
bAM'L PRESTON MOORE, M. D,
EMOBT Comos, 0 rpo SD. GA., December 24.1868.
Prof. DABBT. Dear Sir-Having not been en?
gaged for many years in tbe active duties of the
Medical profession, I am only superficially acquaint?
ed with the cla'tns ef your Prophylactic Fluid, but
am well acquainted with its chemical elements
While, therefore, I cannot speak experimentally of
tbe value of tbe compound, vet the diemfectcng and
therapeutic properties ot the agents employed in ltf>
competition, together with the well known reputa?
tion Jt its discoverer, aa a cnomit t, authorize me to
regard its meriti aa of a high order; on the whole it
must be considered as a valuable con tri au t iou to the
class of articles to which it belcnga.
These views, I may add, are t-uetalned by the testi?
mony ot many competent judges, who Lave tested
its properties. Believe me, dear slr.
A. M KANS, M.D., LL. D.
CUBES BUHNS. Wui'SUS, STINGS, Ac
ALABAMA INSANE HOSPITAL, I
TUSCALOOSA. December 2'.?. 1868. J
Messrs. JOHN DABBT A Co., No. 160 Wtlliam-etreet,
Gentlemen-I reoeived your circulara of the 1( th
instant, asking an expression of opinion from me as
to tbe m?rite of your Prophylactic Flud. The pre?
paration bas been BO generally used by the proles
aion and public av large, and so universally esteem?
ed, that it seems to me to need no further recom?
As a disinfectant and renae liai agent too. when in?
dicar d, lt is not excelli d by any similar preparation.
Weuaopcrmeanganic preparations very extensively
m tbtri b> spitaL and cou d not do without them. I
consider youie toe beet and most elegant prepara?
tion of the kind manufactured.
Respectfully yours, Ac,
P. BRICE, M. D.,
Snp't und Pbyaiolan Alabama Insane Hospital.
DU WI IC Si MUISK,
May 25 tuths3mos l genta for South Carolina.
FOB PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
ibis excellent medicine en
Jove, is derived front us
cures, many of which are
) truly marvellous. Invete?
rate cases of scroiuicuH
disease wbeie the system
seemed saturated with
corrup ion, bare been pu
ti?ed and cured by it.
Scrofulous affections and
disorders, whict were ag
grava'ed by tho scrofu?
lous contamination until
they were painfully afflictiog, have boen radically
cured in such great cumber- in alm< ttevrr? section
Of the oountrv, that the nubile sc.rzely need to br
informed of its virtues or use?.
Scrofulous poison ia one of the most destructive
enemies of our race. Often this unaeen and unfelt
tenant of (he organism undermines the constitution,
and Invites the attack ol enfeebling or fatal diseases,
without exciting a suspicion of its presence. Attain,
it 'eena? to breed infection tbrouub the body, and
then, tm some lavorable occasion,rapidlydeveloi*
into ono or other ot its hideous forms, either on the
rarface cr muong thc vitals. In tho lutter, tubercle?
moy bo suddenly deposited In tho lungs or heart, or
tumors formed in tho liver, or it shows ti* presence
by eruptions on thes Lin, or loni ulcerations on tome
I art of tho body. Hence the occasional uso ot a
bottle of inls .SARAPARILLA is anlsable, even
when no active symi toms cf disease appear. Per?
sons atnie' o with the fol owiLg complaints generally
Pnd inmediate relief, and, ot lenjMB. cure hythe
use ot thia SARSAPARILLA: st. Anthon? 's Fire,
Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Hoad,
Ring Worm, -oro ty es. Sore lars, and other erup?
tions tr visible forms of Scrofulous di^se. Also,
m the mere concealed forms, aa Dyspepsia, Dropsy,
Heart Di ta-e. Fits, Epilepsy, Neuralgia and the va?
rious ulcerous affections ot the tnu.-cular and ner?
vous ev stems.
sypbilia or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases are
cur-d by lt, tbough a long lime ia requirec foi sub?
duing the<e ob-t nate lnnladi s by ti' y medicine,
But long continued use of thia medicine will cure
the complaint. Leucorrboa or Whites, Uterine Ul?
cerations and Female discasBe, are commonly soon
relieved and ultimately cured by its purifying and
invigorating c?v .L Minute Directions for each case
are found in our Almanac, supplied gratis. Rhea,
matism and Gi>ut, ?.ben caused by accumulai lons ol
extraneous matters in tbe blood, yield quickly to lt.
as also Liver Complaints, Torpidity, Congestion ot
Inflammation of the Liv? and Jaun lice, wb>n aris?
ing, as they often do. from the rankling poisons is
the b ood Thia SARSPARILLA is a great tesiorei
for tho strength and vlvorof tho system, lbosc who
are Languid and LUtlo e, Despondent, sleepless
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or Fear*
or aLy ol tba affections symptomatic of Weakness
will find immediate relief anl convincing evidence
of its iLStorativc power upon trial.
r HE p A HUD BT %
Dr. J. C. AY Kit Ot Co., Lowell, Blass
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Sold at Wholesale, by
DOWIK A MOI^E.
Charleston, South Carolina,
And by Retail Druggists everywhere.
Marth 2G nae thatn3mos i
Progs, (Ojtmif?b, (Cte.
J~^R , O . S. PROPHITT'S
00N HISTING OF HIS CELEDEATXD
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILI0?8 FILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
THE EXCELLENT REMEDIES OF O. S. PRO
PHUT, A!. D., need no recommendation
tbeir well Known power in removng the diseases pe?
culiar to our Sou i hera climate having already estab?
lished for them an eu viable reputation in Georgia
and the adjoining s-tates. AB the majority of perBons
living in tho South ore predisposed to disease of the
Liver, it ie granted by all intelligent physicians that
most of the pains and aches of our people are due
to orgtnlc or innctional derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Prophitt'a Liver Medicine and A uti
BUTous Pilla strike directly at the root of the evil.
Tbc v cure the Liver, which in nine cases mit of en,
is at the bottom ef the Coughs, Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache. Bheumatism, Constipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, Ac, BO common among our
people. Earcche, Toothache, Acute Bheumatism,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind flee before
PKOPHITT'S PAIX KT LL IT
Uke chaff before the wind.
PHOPHITl'S Ll VE ll MEDICINE.
Dr. Prophitt-Having u'ed this- medicine suffi?
ciently long to test ita virtue, md to satis ly 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 Buffer from this annoying complaint would
be signally benefitted, as he baa been, by its use, we
deem it a duty wo owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to tbem tbe use of thia remedy, which
has given not only himself but several members ol
his family the greatest relief.
M. W. ARNOLD.
Of tho Georgia Conf?rence.
DOOLT COUNTY, GA , April, 18C7.
Thia ia to certify (hat 1 waa confined toibe house,
and most of tbe titre io my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony Imaginable with Rheumatism, for
five months, and alter trying every available reme?
dy, with no relief, I was cured with two bottles ot
Dr. O. H Propbitt's A nod j ne Pam Kill It, each cost?
ing fifty cents only; it relieved me almost instantly.
I therefore recommend ft m the hlgbest degree to
others tuffering from similar dise ?se. I can say
that it is one of the best family medicines now out,
certain. Toura truly, W. A. FOBEHAND.
CovrNOioa, GA., July 9,1M7.
br, ProphiL-Having used your Liver Medicine
for more (han a year in my family, 1 cheerfully re?
commend it to all persona suffering from Liver af?
fections. Dyspepsia or Indigestion in any form. 1
also recommend your Dysentery Cordial as the beet
remedy for ibat dis case. O. T. ROGER?.
f-TANFOF.nVILLE, PUTNAM COUNTY, Oct. 1, 1867.
Dr. O. S. Prophitt-Dew Slr-lhii is to certify
that I have used yuur Acne Pills for the lasl ten
ye irs. and 1 bave never tailed to cure the Ague in a
single instanco with them. They al ??ya break the
chilla thc first day that they aro given. I can recom?
mend them aa being the .lest ague medicine that i
have i ver found, and they leave no bad effects follow?
ing them, aa Quinine, Ac.
Yours respectfully. A. WESTBROOK.
PUTNAM COUNTY, GA. September 22,1?C8.
Dr, 0. S. Prophitt-Mr-I bave used for the last
two years In my family von* Liver Medicine, your
fain Eill lt, and your Female Tonic, and I bave no
feats in saying that they are tbe beat medicines I have
e?er ua-.d for the Liver and Ftonia, h Neura'g-o and
Rheumatic afflictions. Headache, Colic, and pains ol
every kind are subdued by them. After using tbe
medleinee solong, I cheerfully recommend tbem to
at. y aiid every one, and to all that are afflicted, as fbe
beat and safest remedies for all the diseases foi
wbich they are recommended, Ac.
Yours respectfully, JAMES WRIGHT.
UR. PROPHITT'8 FEM ALE TONIC.
This Medicine, with ita associates, 1B a safe and
certain remedy for all curable diseases to which Fe
males alone are liable. It ia also an excellent pre?
ventative of Nervous Bliedneee, or Nervous Dis?
eases in either male or texale. It ls a powerful Ner?
vine Tonic, Betting up a full and free ein. ul a tl or.
throughout the erstem.
All of the above Medicines sold by Druggists anc
Merchants generally throughout the Southwest.
ED. 8. BURNHAM,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 121 King-street, (near Calhoun,)
Charleston, S. C.
Prepared only by DB. O. S. PROPHITT.
April 16_a tuteemos_Covington, Qa.
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 123 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. C
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Malleable Iron, Coppered.
WEIGHT ONLY ONE POUND.
BEIN? THE OWNER OF 3 HE PATENT BIO HI OF TH? COUNTIES : CHABLE.HTON, BABN,
WELL, Colleton, Beaufort, Georgetown, WilUamatmrg. B?rry. Marlon, Clarendon, sumter, Darlington-?
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Countv Right? for salo on reasonable terms, and thc little .iewela furnished to owners .( County
Right* and to al ci''; tan ts at such prices as will enable them to make large profits, and at retail by the
principal hardware dealerein the c.ty.
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th stu! mo
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. AH Policies non-Forfeitable.
Half Loan Taken. No Notes RequirecL
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in force.$26,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
LOBECS Paid. 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM. President.
H. V. GARAGAN. Secretary. -
L. MOADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, 8upennfceode?t.
Hon. JOHN A. Drx, New York. E. V. HADOBWODT, Firm E. V. HauRbwout ?
Hon. JAKES HASTES, Finn Harp sr A Broa., Co. _ _ . . "
ex-Mavor New York. Wat. WILKINS, Finn W. Wilkena A Co.
JOHN J. CRANK. President Bank Republic. JULIUS H. PRATT, Merchant.
WK. T. HOOKES. Wall-street. WK. W. WRIGHT, Merchant
Wu M. VKBMTXTE. Banker (Vermily* & Co.) CHAS. J. STABS, Merchant.
CHAS. G. ROOKWOOD, Cashier Newark Bansins WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
Company GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, AT. Y.
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MIKOT C. MORO Air, Banker. _ suxance Company.
THOKAS RIGNST, Firm Thomas Blimey A Co. Jons H. SHEBWOOO. Park Place.
BENJ B SHERHAN, Treasurer New York Steam WALTON H. ?J TCKHAK. Corner 5th Avenue ano
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AARON ARNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constablo A Co. EDWARD H. WHIOHT, Newark, N. J.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Law- Gio. W. FASLSE, Counsellor.
jerg. . W. !.. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
Or. T. RKKNSTJEHSA. Krnmtnln* I'hy.itian.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
Jannarv 12 6mo PAO Office Wo. ?65 Klnx-Street. cnirlesto n, 8. C.
CiOUTU CAKUL1.\A ilAIbKUAA*.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, |
CHABLEBTOH, B. C., April 9, 1669. I
ON AND AFTER 801-DA?. APRIL HiH, TH If
PASS>L\^OEB IRA1N8 of the South Cwolii a Bail
roatl will run as follows :
FOR AUGUSTA. "
Arrive at ausr?ste.A-AS P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery. M em pt 14
Nashville anti Now Otleant, via Montgomery ane
Leave Charle?ton.B~?0 Ja.
Arrive at Colnmlna.6.10 P. Al
Connecting with Wilmington and AI ant les ter lt ?ii
road, ane Camden train.
Leave Angnsu.9.P0 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.MO P. M
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. ?
Arrive at Charleston.5.10 F. M
ACUESTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M |
Arrive at Augusta.Ill A. af
Connecting with trama tor Memphis, Nnhvill'
and New Orleana. via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta...4.10 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M
COLUMBIA NIGHT KXPBESS.
Leave Charleston.?.05 P. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. at
Connecting (mundays excepted) with GroenviUe mt
Leave Colombia.5.50 P. IA
Arrive at Charleston.5.3D A. Sf.
8' MMERVILLB 1RAIN.
Leave Cb arie Eton.3.35 P. ai.
Arrive at Summerville. 6.(* 2. ll.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.25 A. M
Camden and columbi ? Passenger Trans on MON
DAYS, WECHESDAXS and SATUBDATB, connecta wilb
up and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.35 A. M
Arri?eat Columbia.11.14 A. al
arrive at Camden.7.6S F. M
Signed) H. T. PLAKh,
April ll) General Superintendent.
J, B. UBAUn, H. T. I W. J. HEARD. NORPOIB.
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