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THJ? ???LLY IS EWS.
Moat ?ml Drink.
Enthusiasts, wbo would have us to
Abstain from beer and ?in?,
And every spirit, how do yon
Propose that we sbou:d dine ?
At dinner men n< t only bit.-.
They also need to sn ! ;
Champagne and claret were it right
To banish from the cup ?
And when tbe month contains an lt,
With oj Biers, which are in,
Tho li PB from Cbauli- to debar.
Would it not be a alu ?
Breathes there the man who could foreswear
Burgundy or Bordeaux
W hen at h e wet dews ? If so, where
Does be expect to ge ?
With white bait give iced punch, if not,
dive white buit not to me ;
And ob, without that same punch, what
1 Would even turtle be ?
Ifltb everv dish a liquor ?oes,
By every wise man's use.
'. And even every schoolboy knows
What Latin ie for Goose.
What Goose ls English for is < lear
To all ?nco but ?D sse;
Bim who maiiuns sound wholesome beer,
Aad bans the generous glass. [Punch.
(Commercial
?exports.
NEW TOBK-Per steamship Manhattan-Cl bags S
I Cotton, 193 bales Upl?nd Cotton, 98 bales Po?
mer tic , 30 tierces Clay, 20 Herpes Bice, 18 bales
Bides, 900 toss Phosphates. 78 packages Sun?
dries, 166 empty barrels, 1419 packages Vegeta?
bles and fruit.
- Charleston Cotton Ana* it ?ce Market*
OFFICE. OJr THE CHARLESTON DAILY MEWS,)
CHAKI. K* TOM. Ha turo ay K vening. July 3. j
COTTON.-Ibis article was firm but transactions
Were very restiicted in the absence ot stockdales
about 70 bales, viz : 2 at 30; 3 ut 31 y.; 2 at 32>?, and
W on private t ? rms. Wc quote :
J, . "* LlVXtPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Ordinary to ?odd ordinary.80 <?>32
Low middling.32>[email protected] -
middling . .?.S3 @
By Mew York classification we quote:
Middling, nominally.33>?(c? -
Brea.-This grain was in moderate request at
.steady rates; tales 60 tierce-- of clean Carolina at
"7J?S fy ?. We qnote common to fair cleon Carolina
?t fHmik; ?oed [email protected]#o ? a.
Wi arlie ts-lb y Telegraph.
rOREl?N MABKET8.
LOKDOM, July 8-Moon.-CODBOIP, V?%. Bonds,
81 Jf. ?sugar on the spot firmer; afloat steady. Tal.
low 4*a fd. Bine rosin 14s fid.
LIVERPOOL, Jnly 3-Moen.-Cotton a shade finner;,
uplands I2?*al2y<s; urleuns 12^al2^d; sales 16,000
bale?. Coru, old, i(9s; new 27?. Others unchanged.
Afternoon.-Cotton continues active. Uplands
ldtfd; Oreaos I2?4?\ Provis!one dull.
."jtfVM, July 3-Noon.-Cotton epene active, both
on the spot and afloat.
DOHK8TI0 MARKETS.
KEW YoBKy July 8- Noon --tc ck s Arm but fe?
verish. Money active at 7 per rent p-en tum; com?
mission %. hurling exchange 109%. Gold 87. flour
-dull and unchanged Wheat scarcely co firm. Corn
UDobsnged. Pork dull at ? 31 76 to 81 87>?. Lard
?dull,. Cotton quiet at 84% < e us Spirits turpentine
firm ot 42 io 42)ic Begin duli; strained common
Vi, 23 ; good 82 30. 1 reights quiet.
-Evening.-Cotton quiet; tales 000 bales at 34 \e.
Floor unchanged. Wheat 2c lower Corn closed
quiet W bi, key firmer at tl. fork firmer at iSJo
532 25. Lari lower; kettle 19 >?al9J-?c. M aval storos
?quiet. Groceries dull. Freights a shade firmer.
Money a sbade eaaier at 7 | er cent., currency to
Cold. Gold closed heavy at 3C%. Southern gecuri
ties generally dull.
BALTIMORE. July 8 -Cotton firm at 34c. flour
dull. Wheat weaker; prime new red tl 56al 80;
white 81 COol 80. Cern dull: white 95a Si Gc; yeUow
83c. Oats firmer and light at 70u73.-. Pork quiet at
$8t. Shoulders 16c. Laid 20c. Whiskey ?102.
CINCINNATI, July 3.-Whiskey 92o. Pork quiet
?1182 60. Lard 19c. Bacon u> changed.
ST. LOUIS, July 8 -Whiski y steady at 98 cents.
Provisions heavy. Pork $b23?u33??'. Bacon quiet;
aboulders,18*?al4o; clear sides 18^"c. Lard 19c.
WILMISOTON, July 8.-Turpentine steady. Sales
183 bbls at 83 for virgin aud 82 65 for ye low dip. per
280 pounds, bpirlts turpentine : soles 18 bbls at 38 J?
?ant? Bosin: eales 221 bbls atti 66 for s trw ned,
and tl 79 lor Mo 2. Tax : 17 bblB sold at t2 25 per
tMurrsL
AUGUSTA, July 3-The stiffness of holders pre
y en tod aale*. Receipts 28 bales. Middling 39.??r ;
SAVANNAH, July 3.-Cotton, market quiet bnt
Arm. Middlings 32%o. Receipts 17 bales; exports
2167 balee.
MOBILE, July 3.-Cotton market quiet but firm
Sales 100 bale?. Low Middling 81o. Receipts 44
balea
Msw OBLE ANS. July 8-Cotton stiffer; middling
32Xa33o. Bale? 164 bales; receipts 129; exporta 1654
bales. Gold 87J*. .Sterling 61}?;. New York siRht
--4? per ?eat, premium. Sugar: none in first hands;
eoiumon 8>?al?, pT.S? ?8- Mplaraes nominal; prime
tt?64. _
Boston Market,
BOSTON, Jnne 30.-Corras.--'Jhere bas been a
better demand for binrapore Java, the sales comptas
lng laMOi pockets, inlo.s, at9l%i-gold. Java bas
been aelhnif at 24Xc gold, nm Bio at 19)?a22c ft lb
our'encv ??o ht. Domingo of any consequence here
and pnees are nommai.
COTTON.-At<er asiight r- ac ion tbe cotton market
bas ?nain become, qu i- excited and higher, at d
price? have advw.-e-d tull lc V lb. The sales ol the
week have bi eu 2500 bales, and the stock new on
band ls something under 6 O) bales. We quote
prie, s firm at the cose ut 18a29o tor ordinary ;
filo tor ri? d ominar-, ; 38^a34c fi>r low middling,
and 84>ia36o for midd mg, including upland ano
gait. Higb grade co. ion ls very d.flicultto fli.d, ?sd
for s straight ".hiding and upland holders are able
-to ot tain a fincy pnce.
DOKBSTICB-Cotton goods are very firm, and
pnce* tenuing'upward, bu. (he demand the psst
week baa been moderato. Woollens remain without
much imp ovameut, and prices are still low and un
_?a ti* factory
(.munt BAOS.-BUM of 100 balee hsavy at 17c, cur
stoney. ? ' ! ?
?.UIIH? CLOTH - Tho demand bas been good, bu>
the marist len.ains witnout improvement, ?rales ol
lflOObah s ai Illalone, ?old, in Loud, and 23-, cur?
rency, duty paid ; and 950 ^ates r omeo and native
cloth ai an uvcruge ol 9%c tor tbs native, and iiqior
th? Borneo |?>{ ! ; f 1 : : .
' Har.->o change. iSteufly m'es at ;tl8?88panton
fer common and coolee.
MAV L -TOBES-bpirlts-turpentine has been eold
at <U> Att^t n?r uai.on, and is now held higher, in
tar. rc+u? tSA o toh T?O transit-tone.
Bi?OU- i here have been i u ri her email solee of Fan
g eon ai 7>^a8c; an.i Carolin o at B^-S^e.
\ t?porfc?towu Ma*|xet. ..
GBOBGETOWN, Juno 28-COTTOH.-NO sales this
week. Wt uuote fi om 36 to 27o per lb.
Coan -Prime white corn ?1 .0 per bushel, with
an n nw aro tandei oy.
TtBBXA-tt.ceipta- sticks; sales - sticu? ordi?
nary sad idle >mU timber ate to 14c. Market look?
ing up, and prospect of increased demand tor laige.
.long iim? r.
l uara Tra*-?lrata dip 83 2>i$ vellow dip 83 65;
scrape or bar., tl 76 per bbl, of 280lbs to the barrel.
TAU-Per barrel, re.?ii. 83.
Augusta Market*
AUGUSTA, July J P M.- o'!ION-The market
couth ucs quiet and u. chanced. tyliJiiling, norui
Lally, ia^my . Baie? 69 nab? ; . ejotnts CO bal? a,
AUOU 1 A COTTON 6TA'XKMItNT
fitoek on b nu o- pici.ib.-, 1, iB?8.1 807
Beoflpts since to date..93 60S
-961C?
Bxpoi ts and l>omn oonsumpt on. 03.662
Btook on Land thia day.16 4)
--88,102
t'slambni Weiton Market.
com M bu.". Ju.y a-Own? to ibo* wau* of stock
and few bus . rs iii<ie hui been aecomplit-beo in tu ie
market i he nommai price lor muid tags to w d
n<? av i a -bee>i 30c ?xoep? on raurd y, wbmii
?ra quoiodat .9>4 Si c Wednesday and iburaduy
BL- were pam ul a ( ? balea
'today no bing W-B tu denasnd bnt middbiigc,
Sslea 1 bales 3 ut 28X, 3 at 80 and I' at tlc, aie
Billowing aremeieiy noiiiinal quotations: ordinary
Bl Ml geed ordinal y 28)4 ; cw middlings 80?30>4;
middling file.
-Wsrebouse ?ali s for tbe w< ek 1A< ba ea B eek's
receipts 86 bal? a sash si 17 te sorrespondlng week
Of loot season rt iomeut < lttbsteQ.
WKBKXT BTATBtf.-KT.
m*fimy fc?nd ...??. i, 186?. 280
^?eejvsj past week. 88
JfcC*?td pr vlousiy.V.....4S.!B?--flOtt
Te4al......?^??i
jjb*f?j?l pata wr?*.?.Itt
.4* av** .....aa '.fli;-47,8f8
jStflja ea ua d Ju.? 8, 1868...;..?.".. 818
I???FitoTf C. ? on Marfcele.
COS^O \l Mt i, Ja.y 8.- Le ooUon market baa be:,.
stamou* nt inly bare daring tb? past week ; a KC- d
tm ad y of mt d.tug would hiing ?le, low, v.r. .
?HU G i'?MU, Ju y 1-Cotton mark, a besvy
w ,?b do -. Ping t?i>d< ney ; te $M ot tbe week -it. b 1er
"Wt aunt t Ordinary 38K: low aBddnag 27>?;ml*
Mum
f a vu i? nw li Ma nut,
HAVANNAH, July 1 -Corrow.-M' the close of
our last wok j report we noticed a Unlit stock on
Baie, and a flrmnees on the part ot holdem
The wi ok under review han prevent* d no noticea?
ble chango, other than in prices, tbe stork being r<>
duocd te ao email a firzure that banaaot'ouB have
been limited to salo? ot but 50 o 100 balee per day.
i he gradual a'lvame in the Liverpool and Kew
Tori: marketa br.e t:iven holden here great conn
deuce in th? staple, and unless outside figures can
bp reallied, they th wno disposition to sell. We
give tbe following quoietions, based upon prlceB
paid to-day: Liverpool middling 32>?; low mid?
dling 81J?? pood ci din ar y 80?. )
SKA ISLAND-Continues very quiet with only a few
lois offering. Ihe sulea of thu week are 4 bags at
B8o, ard 4 bags at Wo. Advices from Liverpool con
cornins this staple aro not encouraging and wi h
the favorable reports of crop now golog forward an
improvt ment in prices cannot be anticipated. Tlae
receipts at ibis port since June 24th amount to 722
bules upland, o. which 705 bules weie received per
C. lt. B., lo b >l< a per A. ti G. lt. lt. au l 2 Dales per
steamer Swan, from augusta. Ihe exports for the
sime tiu>e bave been 1968 balea up and, and 48 bags
sea toland ofwhieb, 811 balee upland, and 48 bags
sea Island weie shipped to New York, 604 bales up?
land to Baltimore, and 548 bales upland to rhiladel
pba. . ttfw
BICE-Verv doll and stock small, with but Httlo
demand, and that confined to retail trade. Clean,
common to prime, 7X>8%c ni mlnolly ; interior
rouKh, tl 60.1 70; seacoaist. $1 76a2 ^ buBhel. Stock
?? clean rice ut present in the city, 25*. tierces.
I'ossongcrs.
fer steamship Manhattan, tor New York-O H
Pu> dam, wile sud ?nlunt, C Bailey, wile, three chil?
dren, and nurse. A Burnwell, M P ratter wile and
nurse, It t: ol ? linst and child, O O Lombard and
wile. M s J MiLarty, Mrs A Mitchel), B Hyman
J Heffron, Mrs o B Newhouse, J Pennis, Miss A
Simpson, J D Ferd, wile, two children and nurse,
Misa E Englcman, MIBB C H Murtoa. J C Sanders, J
M eden i an, W J 1 caus?n, J Bresnsban and wile, C
N Oaabin, Miss Gre? n. Miss Hall, MIBB Dennie. Miss
Wakeman, Mire E 'lit us, A O Iles, A Baldwin, Mrs
M I) ara van, Miss K Di ra van, lara Knight, t-arah
Brown, Linda Ueyward, Miss N Boblnson. Mies A
fa eRcock, Mira J Heacock. W McComb, J Caine, T H
Irwin J Irwin, Mrs G O Wharton Miss E B W Har?
ton, Miss 0 ? Wharton. ft isa fros*. I) Morel, tara W
D Davie, T Cliffy, G P Davis, Mis Gibbs and daugh?
ter, Mrs K C oilchrlBt, child and nurse, W Handy.
MIBS Kain, Mr O'Brien,' wife and children, and ? on
deck. tunas* - taste
Per Bteamahip Saragossa, from New York-Miss
M E SrigniouB, c teignions and wife, F Aweele and
wife, J s Floyd, D Ll Jaques. F Gochfban, D lt Sos.
nooB. D Moore, Miss H Middleton Mary leeman, J
i urrey, J btern, wife ana two daughters, and M
Cai ter.
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-W B
Fuller, wite and < hud, Mrs L Haaa and daughter, L
Dunneman, F B Durna, B I Login, W Cheetham,
and two on deck.
fer B teamer City Point, from Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and ?savannah-W S Tucker and
lady, J T Hennessey. 8 F Marshall, H Fureiigott, J
Gtiradd'Ck and iauy, Mrs H E Dotterer and daugh?
ter, P B H Dunley, E Hade. J T li oben POD, T D How?
ard, H a Woolnian. Vi E Moore, Miss Binney, T E
Coopee, J D Hrpkine. Mrs I. T i urner, Miss iv ?wall,
Mrs J B West, Mr LaBtme-d, L Parrish. D OMI tefe,
and 15 on deck. ,,.
JBttiae lt?*.
fort ot <?r: ?rittet.? ?ri. July ?.
PUK i UAJUMiiV Ujiht. ~
rna MS or TUX MOON.
' LaBt Quarter, lat, t noora 27 minutes, evenir p.
New Moon, 9tii, 8 honra 14 minut?s moaning.
First Quarter, 16th 1 hour : H minute?, morning.
Full Moon, 28d 8 bou>B 34 minutes, morniho.
Last Quarter. Stet, ll hour*, 45 minut?e, morning.
?? TONK a J ULT j RDJE8t
SETH.
MOOS
BISES.
BLOB
WATS*
CMouduy.... 4 68 7.. 10
6.Tuesday.?..i 4..fa) , 7..10
7 Wednesday.! 4..59 7..10
8 ihnrsday...! 6.. <? 7.. 9
9 triilay. 5.. 1 | 7..0
lOiSaturday...! 6.. ll 7.. 9
llIRntin??.,.. 5 2 7 9
1..62
2..31
3..17
Hets.
7..2t
8..14
fl.. *
4. .21
5. .16
6.. 9
6..69
7..61
8. .S9
Arr a wu sa.i?iuiii?k
Steamship baragoesa, Byd?r, New York-lett
- inst. Mdse, lo r avonel ft Co. D Ammo. J E
Adger & Co, M J Uooih, G E brown, W fcTookban&s.
F il Bor er J Br. wn, W M Bird & Co, Charleston
Hotel, F F Chapean. R & A I1 Bidwell, 1' M Cater.
Douglass ft Miller Howie ft Moise, Denny ft Perry
Frost & Ad? r. Fors>th;>, McComb & co. P L Gnille
ratn, E H Gardner, H Ocrdts & Co N A Hunt, D B
Haselton, J Hurkump & Co, J H Hill' n. J< ffordb &
Cc 0 Keliock, KUm k. Wickeuberg & Co, Knete &
Chapman, Knox. Daly & ?!o, ELon man, Laure? &
Alexander, W K Middleton. J G M ll., or A co. acan?
tone & Co, McLoy & Klee. N K h ail road Agent 8 C
Bollroad Anent, D O'Neill, B O'Neill, Oetendorff A
co. G E Pinsrree, H I Peake, L tani. W lt oar h ft ?'o,
Beicke ft Schachte, J R Bead ft Co. G hacHel?ord, L
Sehn ;li, Southern Lxpre?s Co, Stenhouse ?t Co, G W
Steffen ft Co, Captaiu -tewa t, D H bllcox, ? Tide
man n 8 lhompvon, J F I aylor ft Co, W G trott, J
H Vol e s, -. ll Wi Bon P Walsh E Washington WJ
Ya'OP, Waiker, h vans- ft cogswtl', J E schroeder. W
H hafcp ft Co, . d?< rton A Kichards, H Faa*, luit
ft Land, P Tecklenonrg. J N M Wonitman. O K- ni
son. McDuff ' ohen, K <. cort, A A Goldsmitb. E Kates
St ce, G W Swam, J Ferguson, Cameron St Barkley,
Jennings, l homliue >u ft Co, Johnston. Crew? ft Co,
J F Knauim in, B campaeh, W Ufferhardt. Friday.
2d 4 P M, off Look .ut, p*8*ed t>teamship Prome?
theus bound North; 7 P M, 30 miles north ol Fry
iou Pan, pasted eteamnhip Berman Livingston,
b un i N^rth.
Steamahip Sea GuH, Dutton. Baltimore-left 30tb
ul?, P M. Mdse. To Mordecai ft Co, Courtenay' ft
Tremuolin. n o itili-o.id <tgem, ls E ?II.IKWH ARi.i.t,
D A Amme, C D ? brena ft co, * fi'Adger ft Or?, U s
CoinmiB8ary, H Msclioftft Co, F C Berner, Bo11m.?nn
Bros, J U Blobme Dr H Baer. W M Bird ? Co, lt M
Butler, H Uni winkle ft Co, J o H clause en, H Cobla
ft co, W 0 COUTI ney. W H ?'batee ft Co, Douglass ft
Miller, H H DeLeou, B Feldmann ft Co, Frost ft Ad*
ger, E J H F scher, J H Graver ft co. Goodrich,
Wineman ft Co, G Boppoek, Hart ft < o. Holmes ft
Co. Holmes ft calder Hnrkamp ft Co, Jennings.
ihomlinBon ft Co, Jeffords ft Co, J Jara H Kin tte ft
Co, Di E H Kellers Laura, ft Alexander, G J Luhn,
I. C?rente, C Lilien thal, 8 It Marshall, Mowry ft Co,
W Mari-cU'-r, CF Pauknin,Palmetto Pioneer Coop??
rative Association, O Phillip?, If avenel ft Holmes, G
W Steffens, C Sabtaann, F E Schroder. "' hackeliord
k Kelly J F Taylor ft Co, W G1 rott, P P Toale 3 N
lldemann, leny ft Nolen, J lorra?T lopper ft
Hons, i erner ft Burker. W G WhiiJfn ft Co, W L
Webb. G to Wilhams ft Co, and Blocke ft Schacht,
Brig Monte?, McCobb, Bockpart, Me- ?5 days.
Lime To A McCobb. Jr.
Scbr S H ' ady, small. New York-ll davB. Mdse.
To W Bosch fi Co, Railroad Ageut. ai d others,
lune 28th, off Cane Hatteras, saw the achrs Bocking
asm and C ? Groves, for thia pori.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, Savannah, kc. Mdae. 'lo J D
liken ft co, W O Courtney ft Co. M Goldsmith ft
ton. Monett ft Wharton J G.Bickley, Paul Welch ft
Brandea, J F Ta lor ft Co, Hunt Bros ft Co, T Knee,
Jourdln, Matthleftsen ft Co, U Graveley, Adams ft
Damon, a A MttcbeU and Order.
Arrived Y este romy.
Sehr Mary Stow. Rantin. New York-14 days.
Salt leW Boacb ft co. and G W Williams ft co
Sehr John A Griffin, Foster, Ph ladulpbla-12 days.
3oai. To H S Baker ft co.
Sehr Clara W Elwell, Jenkins, Kew York- 20 days,
lav. To liifley ft CreiuhtOD, and Kn g ft Gibbon.
Ju Friday, off the Flying Pan, saw the sehr Grace
31itu>n, for this port.
Cleared Saturday.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-Jas
Adger ft Co.
Sailed Saturday.
Iteamsbip Manhattan, Woodhull, New York.
?ailed Yesterday.
Jritlab brig J L Pye, Pye Liverpool.
> tea ai er Cuy Point, Mr Millan, vUjuiln :ton, N C.
Dp tor -tills Port,
iris Hampden, Perkins, at New York, June SO.
lour Myiover, Brown, at New York Ju>y l.
Jchr ?arah Cullen, A via. at. Philadelphia, July 1.
Cleared for Ibis fori.
Iteamship J ri Lvermaj, S< yder, a' Philadelphia,
Juan ?d ,
lng A Bradshaw, Sears, at New York, July 1.
- tffc
merni' f?n
The phip Iticbnrd lil. Wood, from ' hatleslon for
If i sci? -ot Me pa-Bed tbe Highland Light at Cap*
lo Units 30.
TL ? brig Americns, from Boston lor Charleston,
*?<< epojteu (no dam or latitude) by tue New York
a.ot Uoat J W Elwell.
Ibo BC.ir s B Franklin, Mull, from Georgetown, S
), for .toe,on, seven days out, arrived at Holmes'
luie J.um 30.
The sehr Robert Palmer, dark, from Georgetown.
I iv, mr Bath, Me, arrived at bolmts' Hole June 30.
POHI OF GEORGETOWN. 8. C., JDNlt 20.
ABB VXD.
Ju'.e 56-Ktenm tug Cha' u ?thu. White, cbarlei-ton.
Juno r I. woodberry. Wood Deny, Uatb
aoie; sour Ft naaco, crew her, Bal.imcte.
GLXAHKD
Juno 29-sehr Iraucouia, beavitt. Bath, Me.
lil!?T UP VhK<)|i.|i?
7JF?, CL?A RED AND SAILED FOR ( HIS POjfr T.
9 O II H I G N
Ll V li R POOI..
Tho Hannah Liado, Ferguson, cleared.May 20
Ihe Minnie, Rot ?ttsnii, saltea. May I*
Cns VLuoe, Hallrisy, up.. .June 12
DOMEsiIQ
408TOR.
Brig Amerlrns, Band, up.joo? g
BO xvoBT arc.
Brig Man?an Ho, - pour, H ai.?.junf 12
WiffiratT. sus
tour Stet?Psi, Thomasa ?ai ed...;.JUBB 20
OOLDSSOBO'. MK.
Sehr V >ocity, PiAkhain. ?ailed.June 16
. fm r.??? .*
Brig A Biadahaw. Sea ?, cleared.jt ]y \
Brig B mobil, Feral ?a, np.....June30
\ehi MvruTdr, Brown, up.,.,imy l
<our ?r .po 11 .01, Ulis, cleared.Jun? la
?ear Hot kinghi na. Mle erson. eieaied .... ..J n.e 0
lohr ? S oro'v.i We ?er, cte?red....June IS
lour Wm I. niringa, Halt 7, mfl.Jua? 17
PHJLM1KI.PH1A
lleamBhtp j w Ererman. iayd. r, eleared.. .June St
, hr Aooi, h B ogeL Koclnaoo, up.June 28
?in Sarah cu.itn* ATI*# up. .Ju.y 1
. onsuineesper aoata * molina Kalimna
??' July?.
117 bales fotton. Cl bale* Domestics, 244 bbl? Ka*
yal stores, a ears Wwi 1 cir Shingles To Railroad
Agent, 6 W Steffens. J ft T Getty. Cleghorn Her?
ring ftc Co, J Corop- m & Co. Goldsmith ii hon, L Lo?
rentz, O LltsehcL GrnoBcr & Smith, G Foll?n J Mar
chal?, R Mure & Co, Bavenel ft Co. and Kinsmss ft
Bowell.
Consign?es per rv art tie a. stern lt ai Uro sd
Joly 3,
13 bales Cotton, 50 bushels Bice, 490 bbls Nsval
Stores, Lumber, lohscro, Mose, ftc. To Beefer ft
Davis, l Marshall, Jr, Kinsman & Howell, SD -to
ney, J N Barden Howard ft Bro, J s hoLlrmer. Ken?
dall ft Docxery, J F Walker D H Siloox, W K Byan,
Kscn mann ft Co. G W Willisms ft Co? T B Baynard,
a 8 Morcan. P Walsh, a A Go.dsmith & Co, K WoU
Hu ;, M Hanley, W T tandera, and B F Simons.
wm*, $1*0% (Cte.
tf~y L D W HI 8 Kl K S.
I HE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO AV
NOUN CE that they have been Appointed by Mea-rs.
Hi .NB Y H. HANNIS ft CO.. of Philadelphia, their
sole Agents tor thi State of Hnmth Carolina for the
Sale ot their cele? rated ACME. X, EX, XXX. XXXX,
NECTAR. CABINET and other branda OT.T> p.YE
WHISXIRP.
They ?iso wish to announce that they will be in
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PUBE RYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hannaville, Berkeley County, Weet
Virginia.
Liberal contracts will be made for la-ge lots of
new Whiskies in bond at Distillery Warehouse.
OLACIO? ft WITTE,
No. S3 East Bay street,
Jnse IS wfmSmos charleston, 8. C.
JAMES A. MILLER'S
CHICKEN COCK WHIBKEY.
We are Agents of the QUO ve celebrated and well
known brand of JAMES A. MILLER'S CBI< KKN
CO'X OLD BOURBON WHIr-KFY, Which ia ?he
Gf NUIN K ARI IOLE, and offer te to the trade, war?
ranting lt to sive entire ratisiaction lt is manufac
lured, copper distilled, ol the best grain and pure
qualities-impioves by age, especially in the South,
ern climate.
A large stock constantly on hand, of a fferent ages
and price* ; cooperage of the most superior.
For sale in lots to snit pmchasers. by
t COBB, LOLHONDK ft Ca,
? role Agents tor ?be t-outh.
No. 3? Natchez-street. New Orleans.
' Or HENRY COBIA ft CO..
Sub-Agents, Charleston. 8. C.
June 16 Imo
^larfoncrt), Castings, (Etc.
jyjTKK'lTNG-STRKKT EOU.MDHY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
THE IMPROVED
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
on hand
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SCGAB MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, ol all sizes
HORSE POWFR3 AND GIN GEARING, from 6 tc
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER OOTTON PRESSES tor Htmc#|
power, Haw and Rico MiUa
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all description?
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD
TMOO, OK A TIN GB,
9J STERN COVERS. SASH WEIGHTS, rfc , ?fr,
WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MACHINI&l AND FOUNDER.
NO. 314 MEETING-STREET, '
CHARLESTON, P. C.
Anenst 3_mw a
TJUaHNIX IRON WOXtJKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO
CAMERON ?V CO..
Engineers Boilermakers &c.
Nos. 4, 6. 8, 10 and 12 PRIT CHA BD-S TREE TS,
(NEAR THE DST DOOK,)
Charleston, S- C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MABINS,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AN? MILLS OP EVERY
DESCRIPTION.
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
IBON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OB
BRASS.
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
>f ?9 Rood quality' ano power, and at as low rates aa
san be bad in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
AGENTS FOB
?shcroffc's low-water Detector,
IBB ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
THE BOILER.
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17 DAO J moa
mm
V Hom * 'ff o 350
horse power lnr udrns th?
ee>eorateJ Corliss out-oB
l.nglnes, ?Ilde Valve Ma
tioufr> Engines Portabh
Kngh es. ftc ?Iso ctr. u
ar Mmsv and A eng ssw
Mills, Sugar Cune a Us,
-ha ting Pulley*, ftc. Lath
and ?bingle Mills Wheat
and Com Mills, Circulai
.iiws Reltni::, AO. fetid
tor descriptive Circular un?
i Pries List.
?TOOT) ft MANN HIE*M ftNGIWBCO..
vobru iry ia ntnos Ottos, New York.
rpo lt II fi 1 N IS ? ?4 fit KN.
~ TM? SD??TSR NBWS,
PUBLISHED At HU MT ER, 8. C.,
Ii OS? OF ma ll EST PAPER- IN TBE UP?
KOUNTRY; baa a largo circulation, and affords en.
oerior advantages aa an advertising medium, lora
low Addres , DARR ft O-TEBN,
Fehrwawv M Prawn***
AO RIOS) LT U RAI
MMAUlihHT
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORK.
kVRlCTL USAL mPLEMSNIB, QA EDE*
BMWDM. ?Uk
ELLEBBE'S TRANSPLANTER^ FOR BALE.
3 Et?. B* PINO BBB,
Moron sj
No. 146 MeetlnK-f.trset, chat lesion.
ams
GUAROSUN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeitafole.
Half Loan Taken. No Notus Required
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (PIFi V) PEU CENT.
Statement.
Policies iii foreo.$25,000 OOO
Assets. 1,500.000
Animal Income. 800,000
L?seos Paid.. 508,000
officer*.
W. H. PECKHAM, Presiden?.
H. V. GAHAOAN, Secretary,
L. McADAM., Actuary,
U. A. FUD1CK.AR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, Now York.
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm Harper & Bros.,
ex-Mayor New York. .
JOHN J. CRANE. Preeidont Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOKER, Wall-stroot.
WM. M. VERMILTB, Hanker (Vermily* & Co.)
CHAS. G. BOOKWOOD, Cashier New.uk Banking
Company.
Hon. GEORGE OPDTKE ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MORGAN, Banker.
THOMAS KIDNEY, firm Thomas Bigney dc Co.
BENJ. B. SHERMAN. Treasurer New York Steam
?Supar Refining Company. .
AARON ARNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable & Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore ?t Bowne, Law?
yers.
Directors.
E. V. HAUGHWOUT, Firm F. V. Haughwont A
Co.
WM. WICKENS, Firm W. Silkens & Co.
JULIOS H. PHATT, Morchaut.
WM. W. V/RIGH?, n?erciiant.
CHAS. J. STARR, Merchant.
WILLIAM A LL IC N. Merchant.
GEO. W. CUXLEB, Banker, Palmira, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire In?
surance Company.
JOHN H. SHERWOOD. Park Place.
WALTON H.TCKHAM, Corner 5th Arenne atc
rwenty-thira-street. iv
EDWARD H. WRIGHT, Newark, N\ J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolin?.
Dr. T. UKKNSTJlfirtiSA, Examining Physician.
January ia
6ruo
R. ISSE?tTEL,
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
Office Ko. ?65 KtnK-Stre4t. Ca.?x-leaton. S. c.
rjlHK BKS T IN U8K,
LINN'S VEGETABLE PILLS,
FOB RALE BT ALL DBU001BT8, AND BT
W. T. LINN, Druggist,
Comer of Cooling and Cannon streets.
June 11 imo*
H. K I C H A TJ* S
GOLDEN HEME Da E S
ASK PCR NO OTHER, TAKE' NO OTHER, AND
you will save time, besito and money.
tit to REWARD for any case of disease in any
stage which they fail to cure.
Dr. RICH ?? D'a GOLDEN DALS A M No. 1 cures
Ulcers, Ulcerated Bore Inroat and Mouth, tore
(yes. Cutaneous or Hain Eruption", Cooper Colored
Blotches, soreness of tho "*calp. Scrofula, An : is the ,
greatest Renovator, Alteiative and Blood Purifier
known, removes a l disesses from the system, and
leaves the blood pure and beslthv.
Dr. RICH AD\H GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism ha all it forms,
whether f. om mercury or other causes; gives imme?
diate relief in sil cases. No dieting necessary. 1
have thousand? of Certificates proving tbe miracu?
lous cures effected by these hem? dies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, tB per bottle, or iWU bottles for I
I?.
Dr RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe spee?
dy, peasant and sadlcal cure V>T all Urinary De
ragemente, accompanied with full directions. Price
93 per bottle.
Pr. RICHAD'.S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR, a
ladiral cure for Nervous or General Debility, in old
or joung; imparting emrgv with wonderful effect.
Price t5 i er bottle, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt ol price these Remedies will be shipped
to anyplace. Prompt attention paid to all. corres
deute. None genuine without th? name of '.br.
RICH AU'rt GOLOKN REMEDIES, D. ?. RICHARDS?,
Sole Proprietor," blown in glass ot bot les.
Address D B. RICUAKDS.
No. 228 Varick-street, New York.
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Circu'ars ?ont ly July 3
?J1 H K I! 1 S il O P ; I' 1 LT t. X
TUB BISHOP [PILL I
THE: BISHOP PILL:
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTARS" BISHOP PILI,
"Is of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, Indi?
gestion, Dyrpepsia, Headache, Nervous Dohility,
Liver complaint." "Ieebest PILL in the world."
Medical Journal, September 8.
TRY T H E Ml "
TRY T fl E M i
ear All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them.
"COSTAE'S "
STAND ABD PREPAR ATIONS
ABB
"?ostarV Bat, Roach, &e., fixt?zml'i.
"tiostarV Bed Bus; Exterminators.
"Coster's" (only pure) insect Powder. "
- "Only Infallible Beniedie* known."
..18 yearn established in New York."
"2000 Boxes and Flask? manufactured daily."
"111 Beware 11 ! of spurious imitation?."
"All Druggists in OB ABLES ION sell them."
For $1, $9, $9 and SS sizes, Address
"COSTA ti" CO? PAK Y,
fio. 13 Howard-street, New York,
Bald In CH ABLEST ON, B. C., by
6UODH1CH, BlINEHAN & CO.
March 23 x>AO lyr
R
OSAMA I. IS
Purifies the Blood.
i- Vor sale by tiru atriste at ver y vsr to ere.
? ?; Jun? .'. * w i
S "
lt ? POP!
TBE ONLY CERTAIN
RAT DESTROYER
WITHOUT
Disagreeable Results.
ADOLPH I?AACSEN'8
PHOSPHORIC PASTE,
B BB MB Tl CALLY
sealed and ws'isnted to
keep fresh lor al' time
tl ie greatest dis every
I of ila kind in tbe ace we
live tn. No per?on need
bs tronb>ed wfth HATb,
MICK, BED bVQ- pr
ROACH ES for Mr. Isaacnen's de-tmetive rem edy ls
within the reach of all. Prepared on h by himself.
Iron rare and valuable compounds, tts ss tap? ess lt
hs wonderful ac its eaeacy. Bundled? af lestttao
Diaifl have been received lrom all parts ot tko United
States
Ike great advantage tkis 8UBB POP possesses
over ah ilanilsr prepara tiens 1? Ibo BAOT that it M
Certa tm tat tra KflSsata,
lad #r*e from the unpt????Si:-sss itt iii* ?yin* ia
their ho! es, a? lt causes tuarn tr? leave the premises
to soak sir, sad consumes them aa entirely aa to
>MV* Ko ?ts??raeaMo Oslar.
Numbera of rote enees esa bo made to
,v. A Perrons tm ttaxs City,
?bo bava successfully u?ad lt
BOLE AGENTS FOR ?*OU Iii CAROLINA,
. DOWIES ft MOISB,
IMPORT??? AND WHOLESALIi DRUO?-8TB,
Corner Meeting and Hsact-Mreets,
April 2? limwldmo GbaMOton, 8. C.
_JkjWf JCbemtrols, (Cte.
*pOn It II KU ai AT ISM,
PAINFUL SWELLING8, &c., USE
NEUROTIC OIL.
St ld Wboli sale by
.OODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
No. '23 Hayne-etreet.
At Retail by
?. W. AIMS lt.
Corner King and Vanderborat streets.
July 1_,. TI- 6
Jj> ISON ? S i
TOBACCO ANTIDOTE.
Warran ted to Remove all Desire
for Tobacco.
It is Rarely Vegetable and contains
nothing Injurions.
The following ia one of thousands or testimonials
that are daily received by the Manufacturar:
RICHMOND VA , November 98, 1868.
Dun SiK-Tho "iuiiat'co Antidote" prepared by
you aci-ornin? to the ?eeeipt you have submitted lo
me, and the ingredients ot which I have examined,
is purely vegetab e. entirely bai micos, and contains
nothing in tho least injurious. It is not disagreeable
to tbe taste, ?nd aa a homo article, I hope you will
meet with nady au lo tor it, and I believe that if tbe
fiirections are followed, it will do ail you claimed tor
lt. JOBN DOVE, ?I.D.
SS" Price 50 cents p.T BOT. The usual discount
to the Trade.
*r For tale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLVSaLE AGENT FOR SOU 1H CAROLINA.
June 7
K C A II K F II I
WHAT MEDICINES
YOU TAKE,
WHEN YOU ABE EXH AUSTED BY OVEKWORK
of ht ad or haod. and feel the need ot eomeiuing in
vluorating. don't drmk whiskey or any intoxicating
thing, whe her under the name of Hitters or other*
wise, t-uch articles giv*? Just a? much strength lo
your weary body and mind as the whip gives to the
jaded horse, and no mort*. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to Nerve health, and are AfcWAYSfollowed
by DEPRESSING BEA Cl ION.
Dodd's Norville aild Jnvigxnmixfr
ia a TONIO and GENTLE STIliDLANr wbiob ia
NOT attended by REACTION. What it ?aina for
yon it maintains. When itrt freshes body or mind,
lt refreshen wi'b natural strength that cornea to s?ay.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in tbe interest
of any faction; but long sod extended observation
teae?o? nB that he who resorts to the bottle for rest
or r?cup?rai ion. will find, aa be keens at il, that he
is kindling a Sro in Kia nones which will consume
like the flames of perdition. Tun from it. Take a
tonio that will re freso, and not destroy. JDOX>I>'C
M ERVINE ls for sale by all DrugoistB. Price One
Dellar. Kee Book of Certificates that aocompanleK
each kettle. 7mos June 35
_Sclix_'
MARVIN'S
PATENT
Alum & Dry Plaster
FIRE PR0Q?
SAFES
. Are most desirable for quality,
uni sn and pri?e. /
MARVIN'S
SPHERICAL BURGLAR
SAFES
Cannot bo Sledged!
- Cannot bo Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled I
BANK VAULTS,
VAULT DOORS?
8XPRS88 BOXK?,
.FAMILY PLATE SAPES,
COMBINATION LOOKS
Please send tut a catalogs? te
aNLaUKTOLW A OOa.
(Ohle?! safe manniaoinf era)
. IM5 Broadway, Mew York.
Warehouse. (108B?s.k St.,01e^U?dv0
And for sale by ow agents ls tin
principal eitles throughout j^s
Usitved StAieav
FOB 8* La ?V
WM. M. BIRD ?r 00.,
No. a08 EAHT BAY,
Otfi istlAStBTOSf.
O Milker lt ?yt
_faints, (SHls, (Eic.
QAMEUON, BAHKLEY dc CO.,
NORTUEA8T COB NE li
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
8TEAM ENGINES
G?BST MILLS
CIRCULAR HAW MILL8, and
MACHINERY.
January 1
II I T K li KAU,
w
ZINC PAINT S,
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, &c., Sus.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMHRON, BAUKLKV Si CO.,
NorHicast corner Meeting and Cumberland atreets.
January 1 *'
O
I li SI OILS! O I I. S I
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
OIL
GOO GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
OIL
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATS FOOT OIL
800 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
UANEHUN, BAltK LKV Si CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
Januar? 1
R,
O O P I N Cr TIN
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 26x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOF1NG TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TIN SM A N'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER. Ac, Sec.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
VAHEHO.i, BAHKLET ? CO..
Northeast corner Meeting ?nd Cumberland street?.
Jannary 1
B
KLTINGI B E L T I m (J !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
ING
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and b
PLY
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
LEAIBER
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
LACING
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
STUDS
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOES
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
? INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO LJ INCH DI?
AMETER
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1*
INCH DIAMETER
5VHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
?UBBER AND LEATHER HOSE *
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS Of
ALL SIZES.
CAMKKON, BAKKLRY Si CO.,
?orUieist Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1
B
AR IRON
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
VROLGBT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
? TEAM AND M ALLE ABLE CAST IRON
-piTTlNOS, tor Bte am and water.
CAMBRON. BARKLEY Si CO..
< ort beast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets
January 1
B
R A S S WORK.
?TEAM GU AGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
ITEAM BIBBS AND SI OP COCKS, STEAM
WHISTLES
3LOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
?TATER GUAGES GLASS GUAGE TUBES
klEECURY G CAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
TORS
X)PPER AND BRASS WIRE.
C AMR RON, BARKLEY Si CO.,
forth east Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
January 1
Pra??, Cirmifttls, (Etc.
n H B S II D R V ? S.
JUST RECEIVED,
3 lt I MA ll LT dt ?VS P ll SEPARATION S
ODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
1YRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHlTPi OF LIME
JU ARAN A POWDERS.
All fi cali from Pari*, and for sale by
Dr. II. BARR,
May 8_No. 181 MEBTING-^TBBBT.
Jil? RR MO VB GHBASE SPOTS.
U8E THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
BENZINE,
*repared, and for sale, wholesale and retail, by
DIL H. B Ai.it,
May 35 No. 131 Mo-tree-street.
B A K R R S
r" Hi V.
JUS2 RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL :
ARBON ATE OF AMMONIA
PRIME HOPS
CREAM OF TABTAB
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREET.
March 4
O li lt (1 N Rt
^IIPEPTOR TO TPS BEST .IMPORTED 09
00;NE WATER, manufactured a. d sold wholesale
art retail by Dr 8. B.fcb.
Jnne2i No. 181 Meeting etreet.
^ IT RAT 10 OP MAGMliSIA.
A GOOD COOLING KUM M KU MEDICINE. MAD*
esb every day, by Da. B. BABB,
Mayas Bo. 18? Meeite'-street.
D
BATH TO WORMS!
BUY
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
Tia? BM? la Va?.
They* are made of "R^^tonine," and contain no
jurions ''rog.
Bead what one ot UM most distinguished pbysi
ans ol Richmond Ya., says about tue Loceoges ;
I bave long Wed -antoniue, tee uotive prlncipl' of
nropuan Wo>an-?eed, as sn effectua' r medy tot
ronna in ohin.ren. Mr. Wa nor li. Fl em Jig pre
ares a Loaeoge composed of i? wbscd ia a vsiy
?asan* sad pelaUbl* r rm IU which to sdmhdater
te obi drem and which may be re led o* a* prop
rty pn-pared. O. F. MANSOM. M. D.
Wat sale bv
DB. B. BAIB. WWeeald Amt,
june 21 No. m M?cting-atrc?t,
Pro(|ST OLS?cmuals, (Cte.
?1 in. PANK. NI?,
CMEMISTAN? APOTHECARY,
No. 1&3 Meeting-street,
CHAR li E S X O RT . S. ?,
J A?.P ?RTLR AND DEALER. IN
GEBMAJT,
FRENCH,
ENGLISH ANO
DOMESTIC
?BUGS, CHEMICALS:
AND
PATENT MEDICINES,
1
PRESCRIPTIONS
[PREP ARID CABKFOIXY AS
ALL H0UB8 OF TBE DAT AN? NIGHT.
BY {BEOTJIiAB
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Upon thia branch of the business, the utmost
PERSONAL care and attention ia bestowed, ami (he
PURITY of the
MEDICINES
Used in^ccmpoundtng is GUARANTEED.
FRESH VICHY WATEB,
(HATJTER1VK.)
ALSO,
VICHY POWDERS,
Ot Street Importation
EACH BOTTLE OB PACKAGE BEABING
THE GOVEBNMENT STAMP.
i
CONGRESS AND COLUMBIAN
WATER',
FRESH FROM TUB SPRINGS.
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
HO CK BRIDGE ALUM SPRING
WATER,
A complete assort meet ec
JOAPS,
PERFUMERIES. AND
TOILET ARTICLES,
COMBS, BRUSHES, Ac?
AGENT FOR
3EO. TIEMANN Sc CO.i
?tf ?Bl W YORK,
KANUSvOrUmBSS or ,
IV BO IC AL AN? DENT AI?
INSTRUMENTS,
ABTABACUl 'FOB
imommm, matOWftj A?.
Moy 10 wA?

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