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THE DAILY NEWS
The Benth ern Dead at Arlington.
? Httta narre m bed of earth
Bolds now their prostrate forms.
LOit to tbs .S?d tbat gave them birth,
And deaf to ber alarms.
Their folded hands caw Join no strife,
Their hearts can feel no hate?
8nr? *o d erm brm Ti a#d true ls life
Deserve a soldier's flue.
tow bootless ls s wirfer? mad?
On mate and helpless men ;
Who nevermore can grasp a Uaaey
Or strike one blow again.
The women of their ySCjle lore,
Their deeds in battle dons,
Dear memories of those who strove,
And whote short noe ls run.
How ea their cold pathetic dust,
Th ey crave to cope and weep.
And emb ems bring of lore and trust,
To beautify their sleep.
God'? blessings came to si) alike,
Tor all his flowers bloom.
Shall rt be left lor man to strike
Toe garland from the tomb ?
AFFAIRS UT THE STATS.
The Crops am tate San leland a.
A conespondent writing from Ladies
Island says : "WKb regard to the crops apon
this and adjacent islands, I am happy toro
port favorably on the whole, and according to
present appearances, the planters, great aad
nasal), look forward hopefully to a itch and
feoantcoas harrest. The unusual coldness of
Tibs spring months and consequent lateness of
tko pian tin e season, together with the drought
darmg tho first part of April, fot?owed by dte
?ouxaging high winds whian prevailed up to
. toe middle of May, tended to throw a damper
npoa the more sanguine who planted largely
In bot i on. lao violent storms of spring were
mwS?M? by glorious warm sunshine, which
gave new impetus to the plant until at the pre
awht writing all aro agreeably surprised t o be
?3$ a 'good stand.' requiring only proper care
and working to bring it forward. For the past
Jew weeks a drought has steadily continued;
nonda which have for years been kept sup?
plied hy rams are almost dry; the crops ia
aremra! anstand for ra?, more especially- earn
t?getables, which on high landa hare been
ted severely, and to a great extent? aa
I have observed. The spell waa broken
days, since, and now everv aftenfoon the
.fpJfljjB thunder shower comes teeming upon
the parched fierd?, causirjR the plants to nod
d?BdeaclT for the refreshing boon, and to epar
nttirtta the bri Hi ac cy of m vna da of diamonds
upon the bosom of mother earth.
, -VfB, this section the planters haye shown a
timidity rn p len ti i>g co Vt on, mest Of them be
s^Bttng rmplicitry that the caterpillar is booked
for a To ur through their fletas each season;
?e have tuned their attention to trading
patin hut a few acres as a Tenture; others
nan? ranted their plantations ta. lbs- 'poox ne?
gro,'?Dd gone to parta unknown to your cor?
respondent, to wait fur tetter times or mayhap
flor 'eomethii g to turn up.' A lew moreauda
sTtanthan their fellows again tempt fortune
and the cc'.c mllar, and are working boldly aod
fearlessly to produce a heavy gjield of the glos
ay eta pie.'- . UJ? :
. K parta ntmrg.
Our SpartaDbu/g exchanges come to os clad
3n raourniEg for Ur. P. M. Wallace, late editor
of the Janette. whose death bas already been
noticed in THE NEWS.
General L L Kinerd, a prominent citisen of
Nerwberry, died at his residence, in Newberry,
SMoedey morning, at 4 o'clock. He was
coroner and magistrate of Newberry at the
tine of his death.
-Captain P. W. Goodwyn bas been appointed
arma gt strate ?a Hodge's Depot ? place of J.
Bod gerti, resigned. Captain J. B. Tarrant, of
Greenwood. h*3 been removed, and J. A. Le?
land appointed to AU the TS caney.
The Camden Journal saya : "After a pro?
tracted drought which has operated somewhat
mirs.Tora'My upen the corn crop, we trero
m roted with re freshing rains on Mondar after?
noon and night The weather has since been
Tory favorable lor .the growing crops. " s
Or one e.
The Walhalla Oouriar says : Since our last
??ne wa havre had an opportunity inpaaaing
through the country to see and hear reporto of
the coming crops. Wheat is universally ad?
mitted to he- better than foi ten yearn past.
The area seeded is probably less than asnal,
but the yield is calculated to prove laager and
fiie quality better than heretofore. Some per?
sona are DOW hajjes.ting, and eren the latest
grade of wheat ia beyond danger from usual
depreciating canses. Bye is also good, but oats
ie hardly common, being low and generally
thin from bad seed. No one but an eye wit?
ness could realize the great improvement in
eom and cotton during the past few weeks of
warm and seasonable weather. The farmers
are weD up with their work and with good
summer seasons indicates for this county au
unprecedented yield in every character of ag?
At a meeting held in Walhalla on the 7th in?
stant to organize an Agricultural and Mechani?
cal 8ociety, M. Stokes Stnbling, Esq., was
called to the chair, and L. F. Max ff el] request?
ed to act as secretary. Br#B, s> poroner- ?x.
plained the obJeot of the meeting, wheo the
~~*?U9. Jftog Msemtioae were passed: Resolved,
That fi committee of one from e*oh township
in this county be appointed to prepare a con?
stitution and by-laws for the government of an
J^nenHurel snd Heobenjcal Society, and re
?^rt the same io a meeting to be held in this
irises, on the second Monday in Joly. Ile?
so! ved, that the committee for drafting a
oonatifution anddB^ta ?at 4n Agricultural
and Mechanical Society ba appointed by the
dhan: ai his leisure, and that said com?
mittee be appointed to meet at Walhalla on the
ietllooday io July. Resolved, That a com?
mittee of four prac heal farmers be aopDinted
hy lae chair to give their experieeee on certain
.objects at our next meeting, 12th day of Joly.
The mer tint? then adjourned to meet again on
the 2i Monday io July next.
The following named gentlemen were ap?
pointed by tho chair to prepare the constitu?
tion: Eeowee Township, M. F. Mitchel; White?
water. William Smith; Whetstone, H. W.
Kuhlmann: Togalo, C. L. Hollingsworth;
Wagerer, w. C. Keith, chairman; Seneca, J.
W. Livingston: Centre, E. P. Veiner; Pulaski,
?.V] ... ; t?..' KI ports.
BOSTON-Par scar anna E Gloves-487 balee Cot-1
toavAj bbs Boam, M easts Olsy, 160 tons j
Jnw TO BK-Per icV B M HawB?ns-704 balea Up?
land Conon, IM casks Kaolin Clay, 13 packages
, u Taranui e.
t- ? . -:-?-:
- Ca ay 1 ?st on Cotton and K toe Mamu.
ornen or THE CHARLESTON DAILY MW?, ?
, Caa REESTOW. Friday" Evening, June 18. j
CoTTOir.-This article developed no change of im
jaWaaos. fha op?rations being light m consequence
1 tts? reduced stock; sales about 110 bales: 1 at |
17; ?atCTX; lat29)?; 96at39*; IS at 30\; 65
*tl; lat Sigo. We quote:
_ / MlMaOSS) CLABSirXCATIOlI.
Ord teary to o ood orduiary.28 @29)?
By hew Task classification we quote:
Bien.-The market for this grain was quiet, and
the day paaacd w. th out eales of imror'ance. We I
aroota seminal y common to dlr clean Carolina et |
Mt'*; good.te8Xo^ lb.
M ar stets by Telegraph.
FOBBION M AB KB 13.
Loirxxry, June 18-Noon.-Consol?,'J2,1.. Sends,
80 j* 1 allow, ?ia.
LirsmpooL. Jane 18-Noon.-Cotton firmer; np
lsnds,li.Xal2Xd; Orleans. 12>?-n?2^d; sales il,ooo
-feasts; sales ot tbs wetk 80.000 bales; for export
ia,CW lairs; for sp?cul?t cn lS.teo bales; stock
438,000 bales, of which 3J-1.00Q t ales are American;
stock afloat 005,000 hales, of which 80 000 bales are
J merl can.
Event g-Cotton dosed at 12 tfaia^d for upland
s?i the mot; afloat 12al2#d; Orleans uvai?^d;
Ailes U OM bales, p
JJATEE, Jun? is -Cottoncolet and steady.
Kaw Toan, June 18-Wc ca-stools fe v.T? sb.
Morey icUvr ?t 7, wi\b 1-18 commission, sterling.
4H- OOM, 87)*.. Cotton ?nia. and firm at U3%c.
9 arpea tine quiet at i%x?*)(e. Kern scarcely so J
Arm: strained $3 87>.aS 47),'.
EvsniDg - otton less > ctlve; sales 1900 * ales ;
Ssansl'li i 11 H s 3 Kc. Flour actrre for export and ayant
Ja?T dt-maud; sap*rflne Mate $485aSS5; common
Jp flair exira ioutttrn I? ?6a& Wheat doaee less
?-ii yo at noon'* ad Tance. Corn doll sad heavy.
Pjck-beavy; old ?S3 76; Dew ?S3. Lud dall; ket?
tle 20a30,V Whiskey quiet at SI 03. Sloe dull ;
Carolina 8a0c. ? arr en tine heavy at 42a42,v,'. Botin
steady at S3 30*8. Freights finner. Honey con?
tinues stringent. Sterling very dull at 9>?. Gold
86%. Stocks depressed and unsettled,
BAXTWOBZ J one 16-Cotton finn. Flour active
audinfavorof buyers. Wheat dull; prime choice
rad st SI 68*175. Corn lower; white 99c ; yellow 88c.
Fork firm at ?88 S0a34. Bacon and lard orna. Wais
key SI 02*103.
CxacDOUTi, June 18.-Whiskey 96c. Perk SSS.
Bacon firm; shoulders 14>?*c;sides 17Xal8#c; hams
Wrumteio^, June IS-Spirits of turpentine bet
Jet Ht 38a39c, Bosta stead/ at fl 80a4 60. Crude
turpentine unchanged. Tar unchanged.
A co CST*, June 18 -Market firm and more ac t i ve ;
sales 660 bales; receipts 10 bales; middlings 81X0.
SavanuB, June 18.-Market quiet; middling?31a
31 VJ. Sales nominal; receipts 413 bales.
Moms, June 18.-Receipts of the weak 70S bales;
exports to foreign ports 360 bales; coastwise 2195
bales; stock 15,701 bales; sales of the week 6800
bales; sales to-day 050 balee; demand limited; mar?
ket dosed qa let; low middling? 80?30>?e; receipt*
M bales; exports 380 bales.
Haw OBXXAXB, June 18.-Middlings nominal at
81Xa83o; reeelpte of cotton today 875 bales; for the
week, gross 8888 balee; net 1688 bales; exports to?
day none; tor the week to Greet Britain 1913 bales;
to UM Continent 8833 bales; coastwise 8483 bales;
stock80,261 balee. Gold 37V*. sterling, so*. New
I Tots sight % premium. Sugar, common 9 Kal OX;
prime 13? Ut. M ol? ?se s nom teal.
Taxa Hew Teik Vegetable Msu-ket.
The Hew York Journal of Commerce of the 16 th
instant states tuat (including brothers and Bermu?
da prod usa) rid potato's-the stock ls runxdug
down ratter more quieily, as the low prices t.ad to
check unipm?uta forwarded from the Interior; we
quote the ram at ?167a3 13 Bermuda stock ls In
very fair supply ? ken compared with formar eeewoii s ;
salea at S9?9 60 for j. ott tu es; $3 60?4 far onion?; 76e
efl for toe. ?toes in ?ix quart erat*?. Ch?rle?ton
potatoes are bringing ?fiai. Norfolk potatoes, only
?e eeted ?took, will seil te any advantage; we quote
.8 6U?4. Savannah tomatoes are p aced at 68x4 per
cashel Norfolk string beans, 87 per bbl; ditto
squashes; Slal 60 per ente; ra cumbers. ?1 SOM per
crate, the market baa never beta so well supplied
with garden truck from the t-outb, and as a air.eral
thing stock looks wea New Jersey peu aie not so
plent> ; ?elim? at S3 60a 3 per bas ; Long Island peas
berna to come in freely ; ?ale? at ?8 6018 75 per bag.
Oyster Bay asparas ne, SS? 4; common do st 82s 3.
Strawberries- block tor the past lew da)s ha? been
coming in poor eider, owing to the r. ins, and it ls
impossible almost 10 set a sound package through to
the issi ein states; the receipts are ample, and
prices rule low; the prices are 18a30c pe- qnart for
beat; po rat t?13c; extra river brtugin? 20a26.
Cuenics, 20a25c to-prime, and 12a 15c Tor oom moo.
Goosebmies, SSal 60. lhere arc a few >mvl Nor?
folk a, pies ia the market; ibe price SSaiper bbl.
the Ne?r Tack Biec Market..
The New ?ork Journal of Commerce of Wednes?
day, the 16 h instant, says:
For Carolina thara ia a fair inquiry Irons the deal?
er*, and with small offerings prices are steadily held.
Wltbin thc'past few dey? ?ales nave been made ot
400 tea. We quote for inferior to prime Pa8>? cent?.
Private advices t om Charleston. H C, state ibat the
stock of roach rice st Ute mills there' is 4500 cask?.
In Bansroon there is cothli g doing, lhere is a coed
eupi'ly here ?nd no demand. We Quote for lots in
bord 3X"3Xo gold,
"! ashville Cotton Market
NAKHVILLE, June 16.-COITOK.-Tbe market
to-day was 8>m at advanced quotations as fol'ows:
Ordinary 26??a??%; good ordinary 27i?a27X;low
middling 2s3i^30. We heard of several fancy lots
going above these figur?e.
HASH VI mc COTTON ETATTKINT
Stock on h ind september 1,1868.60
Received to-day.'. 31
' Shipped to-dar. 20
Stock on hand. 907
Conn- I here ls a large and increasing demand,
but the article continu-s sc* ic?, and Isouly tobe
bad in am ll lots Ike shipments to cay only
amounted to 900 bushels at 86e. sacked sad delivered
WILMINGTON, Juce 17.-SPOUTS TCEPXWTTKE
Salea of 297 ?aska at 38c, and 23 New Xork casks at
89c. . ..
Boara-Pale? of 676 bbl? at SI 80 for ?trained, SI 86
al 90 for No 2, 82 for extra No 2,62 40 for low No 1,
8325 ?jr No 1, and 4 for pa e.
Cs ODE 1 uxpxKTTjra-180 bbl s changed bands at
?3 tor virgin. 62 06 lor tatt, and tl 60 for hard.
TAB-sales ot 113 bbls at S3 33.
Interior Cotton Marke ts.
SELMA. June 15.-bales 14 bales. Low middlings
CHESTER, June 15.-The market has advanced
since our last report, and sales have been made at
36X to 37c for middling,
COLUMBUS, June 16.-Middlings nominally TO *.
No sale? of this era Je reported Ware nous? sa.es 29
bales. Receipt? 4 bales. Snlpmtn'.s 86 bales.
. TOR ETI LLP. June 16 - Lillie offering and a con?
siderable margin between exrreme prices. Daring
the week cotton was sold as low as 24M and as bisb
ta Vie. ? ~
CHARLOTTE, Jone 14.-There bas been but little
change in the colton market (ince orr last report
Offering? during the week hive been light the sales
amounting to 114 bale? at 2' K to 27>to, the latter
I pr ce for middling?. 1
MACON, JuaelS.-The market to-day was firm,
with a good demand, and very little cotton ofiVriog.
There was ? further advance, ?nd we quote mid?
dling? 36c. Beceijrs t?-dsy 86 bs'e-; shipments
none; receipt? 78 ba.ee; ?toe? OB hand 732 bales.
MONTGOMERY, June IC-Mon f com arr cotton
market is very active at lull and ?dvanouv? r-rlres;
j&W middlings getting very scarce and selling readily
at 28a28>? ; demand very good bat stocks n?arly ex
httosteo, lhere rot feing exceeding 1000 bales in the
dlfformt warehouses in this city,
lon signet 8 per sow m t aioUua Hkiiro?g
840 bales Cotton, 29 bale? Dome? tl cs, 138 sacks
Con), 17 package? Bacon and 1 ar.i. To Railroad
Agent. G b \\ aller k Co, Kirkpatrick k WilU, G W
Williams k Co, Thurston k Holme.', E J Wlss, A B
Mulligan, Mowry k co, Pelzer. Bodger? k Co, W W
Saith, Graeser k i-mith. O Pmlllps. J PKiep, G W
Steffens, Siecke k e'enarhte, J Adger k Co, Cias?
horn, Herring k Co, Goldsmiih k eon, and J k X
Per ?teamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah via Bilton
Bead, Beaufoit, Edisto. ko-Miss H own, W Whaley,
H M Stuart, DTP Mikel!, two Misses Pope, and 8
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto and Rockville
Major L E Johnson, air Bowe, H ? Fishburne, airs
Ct rever, ?tr Morillo and son, and 5 on deck.
jWcnnt Ht ITS.
.Port ot Charleston. June 19.
poker (JA 1 i m rv DvkK,.
IBA SS OT TBS BOOB.
Last Quarter, 3d, 3 boura, 1 minute, mo:nmg.
New Moon, 9th, 10 boura, 43 minutes, event L g.
First Qaarter. 18th, 9 boara, 0 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 23d, 8 boma 19 minutes, moraine.
ll. 6 ll..20
ll.. 17 Mon.
1.. 3 2..lu
2..19 . 4..21
Sehr F B Baird, Gardner, Philadelphia-10 days.
Coal. 1 o Bieley k Creighton, and H F aker k co.
Steamer frilot ?-oy. Pt ck. vavnnah, via Beaufort
BlufftOD, Bilton Hean, be. 18 bales ? I Cotton, 25
crates Vegetables and Mindrie?. To J Ferguson. AV
Gurr ey, ti ? eidts k Co. J N Birnwe L MU P O
Gir.bes, Gage k Co. Mrs W J Whipper, Moff-lt k
Wharton, i Apple, Mrs Snipe, G Hamilton. Mrs H
McBride J ?dger k Co, U C Adams, alis haul a<ut
tkewe, W O Courtney k Co. A W Eckel k Co. Wm
vi haley. J L ebephcid, and W K Byan.
Ste-mer St Helena, tl nott, Edisto and Rockville.
Mdse and Sundries To J H Murray, Lancaster &
Bowe, JCH cia ut sen, and others.
Four Anna E Glover, Terry, Boston-M Goldsmith
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, New York-W Roach k
Behr Anna E Glover, Terry, Boston.
Scbr tai ah Watsoj, Smith, Baltimore.
from tin? l'on,
British steamship Marmon. Robinson, Liverpool,
British brrk David McNutt, McElhenny, Liverpool
Jane 4. '
British brig Ourier, Joskins. Liverpool, Juno 3.
Sailed for this Port.
Scbr Velocity, Pu.khans, from Qoldtboro', Me, Jone
Tbs Hew York Herald of Wednesday says : "The
bron steamship Oh<-mpso?>. 1459 tone bul t in WU
orngton, Del, m 1639. and belo a gi g to Ibis port ia
or tue cn OJ balam e dry dock near the foot of Pike
?jip, luring ber bottom palniee.J
THE NEW8 JOB OFFICE,
Executes all aluda of PLAIN and
FANGS' P BINTI KG with neatness and
The beet work guaranteed at lese than
New Tork prices.
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CA EDS, CIB0TJLAB3, NOTES
BILL-BEADS, POSTERS; RECETEIS
TICKETS, DRUG LABELS, Ac, ftc.
AS waxx. AS
LAW BLANKS of every description,
Printed at the shortest no; Ice, and
cbeap for caah, al
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And all those who hare JOB PAINTING
to do; will find it to their interest to call at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
* o. 140 Kost Bay.
A large and woll assorted stock of
PAPERS and MATERIAL kopton hand,
from which se'ections mar be made.
OUR FRIENDS IN THE COUNTRY
may send their orders to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
And rely upon their receiving the same
attention and- besag filled as promptly
and as cheaply as if given personally.
Our Job Department is in charge of
Mr. JAS. r. PA F. RY. a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, who win afford
every faculty possible in the execution of
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
NO, lS9 Fast Bay, Charleston, S- C.
Progs* (?t)rnwal3, (Sir.
BATH TO WORMS!
? FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Beat In 'Use. "
They are made'?f "Santoninc," aud contain no
injurious drug. For sale wholesale and retail, by
DR. H. BABB,
Juae ll No. 181 Meeting-street.
ROSAD ALIS. ?
ROS AD ALIS.
GoOIDKK II. WK* EM AN ?? CU,
IX reel Importers of European Dnurs and Chemicals,
May? stuthlyr CB AKLBSTON. S. C.
J. B HKAUD, If. T. I W. J. irSARO. B0UF0LZ.
C. W. TOO."?1???. Y. I F. E. GO0OR?DGS. POimtKOUTH.
JJKARD, YOUNG & CO., .
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 947 Washington-street,
NE W YORK.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE OF
EARLY VE9EGABL?S, FRUITS.
BHVBBKKCES.-Governor Z. B. Vance, Charlotte;
W. D. Reyno da ft Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ohio, Super?
intendent e. ft R. Railroad, Portsmouth ; Colonel fe*
L. Fremont, E. E. I? ur rues, Esq., Wilmington; H'
E. Thurber ft Co., Langerai ft Esbert, Hew Y/^?I;
Bernard O'Neil), Charleston ; Alexander ft Russell,
Savannah. 3mos Aprils
Jr?fjs, Cb enth?ls, Ctr.
rp II E BEST II? USB,
LINN'S VEGETABLE PILLS,
TOB BAU BT ALL DB0G6IBT8, ARD BT
W. T. LINN, Druggist,
Comer of Coming and Cann OB streets.
June ll loo*
STA NI) A Kl) PREPARATIONS
"CobtarV Hat. Roach. ?Ste.. Kxttrmi's.
"Cottar V Bed Uug Exterminator*.
..Cortar'i" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible-Remedies known."
.'18 years established in New fork."
"3000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured doily."
'?I ll Beware II I of spurious Imitation*."
?All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell tbem. "
For ll, tl, t'i and $5 sizes, Address
Ko. 13 Howard-street. New York.
Sold tn CHARLESTON, 8. C.. by
' GOODRICH, WINEBIAN ii CO.
March 33_ Pto_?rr
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
I _ ibis excellent medicine en
l^c^'V JOTS, is derived from its
sd^i'r-? M cures, many of whicb sre
m fpwitTV,]v marvell! rm. invete
/s fT^^?tw r*;e cases of Hcrotuicus
Ay disease, wheio the system
J\ I ?WI seemed saturated wi li.
J?fek corrup lon, bave been pu
?fiafl?ai^Mr--~VBv liSefl aud cured by it.
^^fcWT~V^ Scrofulous elections and
SLJ*?3B??-' dlsordei R, wilier, wera ig
?-?g^0H?? m&-'' crava'ed by thc acrotu
"^AKMWKT^^^ load contamination unt.1
they were painfully afflicting, have teen radically
cured in such great lumber* m almi 11 cvi-ry sectloD
of tho counter, that the pabilo scarcely need to bf
informed of tts virtues or use?.
Scrofulous poison is ooe of the most destructive
enemies of our race. Often this unseen and unteli
tenant of the organisai undermlaes the constitution,
and Invites the attack ot enfeebling or fatal diseases,
without exciting a snsplddflof its presence. Attain,
it seems to breed infection tbrougb tbe body, and
then, on some lavorable occasion, rapidly develop s
into one or other ol its hideous forms, either on tbe
surface or among the vitals. In the latter, tubercles
may be suddenly d"posited in the lungs or heatt, or
rumora formed in the liver, cr lt chows It? pretence
by eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcerations on tome
part of tho body. Hence the occasional use ot a
bettie of this *AB*?PABILLA is ajvisable, even
When no active symptoms of disease appear. Per?
sons athlete > with thefollowtrg complaints generally
find imn edia'.e relief, ?cd, at length, cure, by the
use of this SARSAPARILLA: St. Anthony's Fire,
Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head,
Ring Worm, core lyes. Sore Ears, and cher erup?
tion* cr viMUTe farms ot BCrOTUlotiH Olreaer. Also,
in the more ooncealed forms, ss Dyspepsia, Dropsy,
Heart Di-eao, Fits, Epilepsy, Neuralgia, and the va?
rious ulcerous affections of the muscular and ner?
hypbilia or Venereal and Mercurial lineases are
cured by lt, though a long time ls required for sub
daring these obstinate ma'adt s by aoy medicine,
But long continued us? of thu medicine will cure
the complaint. Leucorrhcea or Whites, Uterine Ul?
cerations and Female dlseasM, are commonly soon
relieved and ultimately cured by its purifying and
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are lound m our Almanac, supplied gratis. Rhea*
ma ti sm and Gent, when caused by accumulations ol
extraneone matters in tbe blood, yield quickly lo it,
as also Liver Complaints, Torpidity, OosgestloL ot
Inflammation of the Liver and JaunUce, whtn arn?
ing, os they often do. from the rankling poisons in
the blood 2 his SARSPABILLl fa a great restorei
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are Languid and Untie 8, Despondent, Sleepless
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or Fears,
or az.7 of the affections symptomatic of Weakness,
will find immediate relief and convincing evidence
of its restorative power upon trial.
Dr. J. C. AYER ?St Cu., Lowell, Mas?
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Sold at Who!i sale, by
DOWIE st MOISE,
Charleston, South Carolina,
And by BctaU Druggists everywhere.
March 25 Sid thstiinmos
rp H E BISHOP' FILL!
THE BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILLI
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTAR'S" BISHOP PILI,
"Is of extraordinary efficacy for Corri ven ese, Indi?
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache. Nervous Debility,
Liver complaint." "rae best PILL in the world."
M?ditai Jutmal, September 8.
T B Y THEM!
T B Y THEM!
All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them.
A1?3Y'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID.
letter from Hon. Alex. B. St-phens, of Georgia..
CUAWTOBDK VILLI:. Ga . beptember 30.1MB.
Darby's PropUylactic Fluid ls an article of little
cost, bat great value. Its domestic aa well SA medi?
cinal uses arc numeren?, wbilo its specialties are
most wonderful 1 havo not been without it for
ten years, and no head of a lamily who can afford
to have it should bc without it.
ALEX H. STEPHENS.
TUE -WONDERFUL FAMILY MEDI.
Letter/rom l/ic Surgeon-Gtnrral of Ihr tatt Confeder?
RICHMOND, Va., January 14,18C9.
JOHN DABBY & Co., No. 160 William-street, New
Gentlem n-I havo received your letter of tho ISth
of December, I860, callina my attention to your
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheeriully sute that the Fluid was furnish?
ed to, and extensively u- ed by, the surgeons in
charge of general hospitals in the Confederate ser?
vice with ereat benefit to the patients-all the snr.
gcor-s making a favorable report- a great deal of it
was use') in tbe hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
SAM'L PRESTON MOORE, M. D,
EMOBT COLLEGE, OXFOLD. QA., December 28,1808.
Prot. DABBY. Dear Slr- having not been en?
gaged for many years in tbe activo duties of tbe
Medical profession. I am only superficially acquaint?
ed with the cla ms ef your Prophylactic Fluid, but
am well acquainted with its chemical elements
While, therefore, I ranuot speak experimentally of
the value or tbe compound vet the disinfecting and
therapeutic properties ot tho agents employed in its
competition, together with the well known reputa?
tion jf its discoverer, as a coewiet, authorize mc to
regard its merit: as of a hittb order; on the whole it
must bo ren-rfdered as a valuable contri jution to tho
class of articles to which it belcngs.
Theso views. 1 may add, arc suetained hy the testi?
mony o< many emb?tent judye*, who Lave le.ttd
itu ptopeitics. Believe mc, dear sir.
A. Mf.ANS, M.D., LL. D.
Cl HKS UUKN6. WOUNDS. STINGS, Sic.
A LUI AM A lXSANX HOSPITAL, )
Tusi ALOOiA December 'J2 1863. J
Messrs. Jons DABBY ie Co , No. 100 WulUm-utreet
Gentlemen-I receive 1 your circulars of tbe ll th
instant, a?k?Dg an expi o-aion of opinion from mo as
to tbe merits of jour Pro; hylacUo find. 'Jnepro
*action has been so g nrraKy used by the proies
ion and public at lorita and <-o universally esteem'
ed. that it seems to mo to need LO farther ri-eotn
mends ti on.
As a disinfectant and rrmelial agent too. when i-J-.
dicat d, it is not excell'd b> any similar preparation.
Wo use peraie&ngauic pr?parions very cxtousively
in tilts h ap 'tu!, and cou d not do without them. 1
consider yoms tao best and mo6t elegant pi opera?
tion ot the kind manufactured.
R< specUulIy yours, kc,
P. BRICE. M. D.,
Sup't and Physician Alabama insane Hospital,,
DOWIE <S JtlOISE,
WHOLES ALB DRUGGISTS,
May 35 tutneSrooe i gents for South Carolina.
OSAD A LIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Drogo; isis Everywhere.
July 28 pac y l>;
POCKET COEN SHELLER.
if?ll^ Malleable Iron. Coppered.
IP.^BF f\ HOUSMAN'S
VA WEIGHT OMA ONE POUND.
BEING TBE OWN BB OF THE PATENT BIGHT OF 7 HE STATES OF GEORGIA AND NORTH
CAROLINA, and Oounties of Charleston, Barnwell, Colleton, Beaufort, Georgetown, Wimms bur*.
Horry, Marion, Clarendon, born ter, Darlington, Kershaw, Lancaster, rbesterfleld and Marlboro', Sonth
Carolina, of tala small, cheap and very valuable invention, I offer them to (he public aa one of the best of
the age, and can recommend them with confidence. -
County Bigbta foi sale on reasonable terms, and the little jewels furnished to owners ef County
Bights and to Merchants at such pri?es aa will enable them to make large profit?, and at retail by tbs
principal Hardware dealers in the city.
C. N. AVERILL, No. 68 East Bay. K M
May 27 7 tb etui mo
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CROCKERY, "CHOT~?SD^ GLASSWARE,
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
POTTERIES IN EUROPE TO CHARLESTON
FOR SALE AT
No. 265 KING-STREET, CORNER OF BEAUMIN,
WHERE FAMILIES CAN BE SUPPLIER WITH EVERY ARTICLB IN THE ABOVE
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May 20 seo tutbslmo
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Half Loan Taken. No Notes Required
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PEK- CENT.
- Statement. Officers.
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Annual Income.n. 300,000
Lowes Paid.. 500,000
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L. MoADAM, Actuary?
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Hon. JOHN A. Drx, New York. E. Y. HAUOHWOCT, Firm E. V. Hauch wo nt A
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm Harp sr ? Bros., Co.
ex-Mayor New York. Wai. WILSENS, Firm W. Wilkene A Co.
JOHN J. COANE. Preeident Rank Republic. Jour/s H. PHATT, Merchant.
WK. T. HOOKEB, Wall-street. Wir. W. WRIGHT, Merchant.
Wu. M. YEEMILYE, Banker (YermilyA & Co.) CHAS. J. STA BE, Merchant.
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Company. GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
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MINOT C. MOKOAN, Banker. ? snrance Company.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney & Co. JOHN H. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
BENJ. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Steam WALTON H. ? ICKHAM, Corner 5th Avenue atc
tingar Beflniog Company. Twenty-thira-street.
AABON AENOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable & Cd. EDWARD H. WBIQHT, Newark, N. J.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowne, Law- GEO. W. FARLIE, Counsellor.
yew. W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM. General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. KKt.V?TJKitM, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
January ia ?mo nae Ofllee No. BSD Kins-Street, Cn?rleston. S. C.
Prags, (Cjjcmii?ls, (Etc.
Q J. Ii n H n ,
WHOLESALE AND JIETAJL
DRUGGIST ANO APOTHECARY
S, K. Corner of King and John-Sts.
SPECIAL AND PERSONAL ATTENTION UIVEN TO
LEALES IN FOREIGN AND rOHTSTIC
DR VOS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS, PUFFS AND PUFF
DOSES, TOILET SETS, die.
PATENT M KIJK I N KS
GENUINE BAY HIM.
Ii ?N6DRPA?8ED BT ANT OTHER. A TRIAL
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LUHN 6 FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Eave no equal foi strength aod purity, and ought to
bo used by all
SODA WATER DEALERS AND ICE- CREAM MANTJ
Mr. E. H. JACKSON, Propiietor of the Charleston
Hotel, says: "i recommend your Extracts wilbout
hesitation tc the public for Icu Creams, Jellies aud
Mr?. H. M. EULTEUTIEID, Propnclreea of tbc PJ
vilioii Hu'.cl, say?: ' Jlicy art well wortlly the atten?
tion of those who deal in them cr nee them "
'ibese Extracts are put up in small vials, by tbc
dozen, fjr tb? trade and family usc, and io l.int,
quart ?nd half gallon bottles for manufacturers.
Congress and High Kock Spring Waten
CON3TANILY ON HAND.
Any arfcie desired, not in Stock, will be procured
Goode delivered in tho city FREE OF CHARGE.
June 8 DAc ruthe 3mo
G KIM AULT ?i CO.'? PK KPA RATIONS t
IODIZED SYRUP OP HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATTCO
SYRUP OP HYPOPHOSPH1TE OF LIME
All fresh from Pari*, and for sale by
Dr. II. BABB,
May 6 No. 181 lILETIN'?-?IREET.
Alum & Dry Plaste'
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.
S AF ES
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
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FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & 00.,
(oldest safe manufacturera)
?a . v~ i ( 265 Broadway, New Tort
w rTPtL -?721 Chestnut St, Puk.
Warehouses }irj8Bank St.,CleTeland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout jthe
FOB SA Iib JJ*
WM. M. BIRD k CO..
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CH A lt h IC s TU*.
UeeomHer id lyr
gruff, (C^nticaU, ttfc
Apothecary and Chemist, \
No. 1?3 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
JTHE ADVEBTI9ER BEOS TO CALL ATTEN
noN to his stock sf the best Imported sad Doaes
DEATH TO FLIES.
FLT PAPER .. '.i
BURE AND 8FEEBY DESFBUCTION TO
THIS TROUBLESOME VTBIIOR.
FOK SALE BY
THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM,
BTxT THE ADVERTISER.
Walch here estsbliibed for themselves a mpmotkm.
surpassed by DOHA.
Through constant effort and attention be hopes to*
meiit a continuance of the pabilo patronage whick
bas hitherto been extended to bim.
J-ju .O'. S. PROPHITVI
CONSISTING or HIS CELEBRATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOU? PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
TBB EXCELLENT REMEDIES OF O. S. PBC
PUTTT, it. D., need no recommendation
their well known power tn re cnovng the diseases pe?
culiar to onr Southern climate having already estab?
lished for them an enviable reputation m Georgia
and the adjoining States. As the majority of persons
living in the South are predisposed to disease ot the
Liver, lt is granted by aU intelligent pbyslehintRhat
most of the pams and aches ol our people are due- i
to ow mic or inncii<>nal derangement of mat Impor?
tant organ. Prophitt's Liver Medicine and anti
Bilious Pills strike directly at the root of the evaV.
? b ?v cure the Liver, which in nine cases ont of en,
is at the bottom of the Coughs, Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache. Rheumatism, Con&tipation, Men?
strual Obstrncticns, Ac, to common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Bheumarism,,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind flee before
PKOPIUTT'S PAIN HALO. IT .
like chaff before the wind. .
Dr% Prophiii- Davine used this medicine suffi?
ciently loni; to test its virtue, i nd to satisfy my own
mind that it is an invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia
-a disease (rom which the writer has suffered much
for six year6-and being i erenaded that hundreds
who now suffer from this annoying complaint would
be signally bencfltted, as he has ben. by its use, we
deem it a duty we owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them thc use of this remedy, which
hos given not only himself but several member? of
hie family thc grca'est retief.
M. W. ARNOLD,
Of the Georgia Conference.
DOOLY COUNTY, QA , April, 1807.
Thia ia to certify that 1 was confined to i be house,
and most of the tire to my bed, and mfferiug the
greatest agony imaginable ?iib Rheumatism, for
Ave months, and alter trying every available reme?
dy, with no relief, I wa* cured with two bottles of
Dr. O. S. Propbltt'a anodyne Pam Kill It, each cost?
ing fifty oems only; it relie sed me almost instantly.
I therefor* recommend It m the highest degree to
others ruffering from similar dise se. I can say
that it is one of the best family medicines now oui,,
certain. Yours trnly. W. A. FOREHAND.
COVINGTON, GA., Jury 9,1867.
Dr. ProphtL-Tirriun used your Liver Medicine
for more than a year in my family, 1 ch*enuliy re?
commend it to all persons ruffering from Liver af?
fections, Dyspepsia or Indigestion in any for?- 1
also recommend your Dy.-entery Cordial as the best
remedy lor that dieeasc. 0. T. ROGEB?.
SXANTOBrvnXE, PUTNAM COUNTY, Oct 1, 1887.
Dr. 0. S. trophUt-Vt.?i Slr-Ibis ls to certify
that I have used your Agu? Pills for the last ten
ye irs. and 1 have never tailed io cure the Ague in a
single instance with them. They alwtys break the
chlds the first day lhat I hey are eivee-1 mu lt".! fa
mend them as beinu the . cst amie medicine that I
have < ver lound, acd they leave no bad effects follow
iv; tliL-m, as Quinine, kc.
Tours rer?-cctiully. A. WESTBBOOK.
PUTNAM COUSTY. GA. September 22,18C8.
Dr. 0. S. ProphiU-^ix-l have u>ed for the last
two years in my family von- Liver Medicine, your *
fain Eil] It, and yon Female Toole, and I bave no
foai s in saying that they are tb e best medicines I have
ever nstd for the Liver ant stomach Neun g c and
Rbi una tic afihstions. Headache, Colic, and pams ol
every kind are subdued by them. After using tb?
medicines colong, I cheerfully recommend them to
ar y aiid every one, and io all that are afflicted, as the
best sud safest remedies fur all tue diseases ter .
whtcb 'h?y are recommended, Ac. a
Tours respcctruliy, JAMBS WEIGHT.
DR. I'll OP Ul Tl S FEM ALE TUNIC. v
This Medicine, witb its associates, is a safe and'
certain remeay for all curable diseases to which Fe?
males alene are Kable. Il In a;.-o an excellent pre?
ventative of Nervosa BUno?e?s, or Nervous Dis?
eases ia either male or lea ale It is a powerful Ner?
vine Tonic, setting up a full and tree cuvuiaUou
throughout the system.
all of the above Mci leine? sold by Prue gists ?ad^f
Merchante generally throughout the southwest.
EU. g. BURNHAM,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
* No, ttl King-street, (near Carnean^
Charleston, 8. C.
Prepared only hf DB. 0. S. PROPHIIT.
April IC srattitaxe Octlngton, MC.