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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Holld? y Heart*.
Holiday hearts I 'ti? W?ather for woolrg;
And bolidiy trme ia the beat to woo;
At throb ot three lo. and cuckoo's cooing,
The heart af men. and of malden too,
Should leap at the thought that wtnter*a over,
And shoot . ben the dreaileat day departs;
Tor ?Ummer ia sweet to the loTe and lom,
And wreathes her so cg into holiday hearts 1 .?
Holiday bearta I the Wanderer wisher
To woo tba Biri he could love so well ;
fe be'? an to bim-over tho plat-? and dishes,
At tMt d'hote in the Grand Hotel;
Hut all too roon the romance ia over.
He ls It-ly-buU-d, and hu dear departs
By night express with her maid to Dover;
Ah I sad break-op for tba holiday hearts !
Holiday beans! tbecricketer.'! crtay,
His team arri Tee at the town Torquay,
Sut the Captain shouts that bia '-leg" ia lazy.
It ht not the run, and is not the sea;
*Tis eomeoody e oe ; a.* the eve discloses
Before the tune for the team to start,
Tor there la the cricketer under the roses,
And maitecr a match with a holiday heart 1
Hobday hearts ! the auden's pleasant.
When ?ll tba toil of pleasuring'* done:
There's nothing so sad as the moonlight present,
And Detent so ??reel In the world ?a coe
"Who over the lawn comes sweeping rurel v
With dancing weary a d heat opp r ess'd ?
Or is lt with downcast eyes, demurely.
To say the riddle of lcve-timt's guess'd ?
Holiday hearts on Alpine passes.
Ana hoHi'BT heart* on the cockney Bhlne,
.And ?Ter io many in flow'rtni grasses,
Which round the Devonshire lanes entwine.
Holloa ? hear.s i io Scarborough scramble,
And man? are dreaming on Windermere,
, Hut double as man? in Jersey ramble.
And mora than a.! ?roon Margate pier.
Honda j bearta I tbreuah Jana and after,
I bron* bout the honey of bot July,
a here's noch ng tor > on but your loves sud laughter,
Tilt tatest leave* in th* autumn die.
Th? andanar is long, and will not be over
Till asl is y <tn*v which j on a'l love best ;
BO away to the ?cent ot tea and do ver,
Oh I ah I wish is a moment's rest I
XOOPIWyLWMCHAAJP.
Wno II* ls-How He Isa? Aided Ch?nete
Immigration.
Mr. Koopmanechapp, tho Chinese emigrad
importer, reft Mern phis fer New York on Fri
day, ara* war return next month to perfect
plana for introducing. Chinese cooli oe. The
^ ?.-Lome Bepublic*n,;or the 15th instant,
nays:' .V
One ol the visitera on 'Change, on Tuesday,
wa? G. K ?>pman*o?aap, Esq.. ? gentleman
Who. atthoHg?j a rs* td eut of the United t? taits
tait nineteen years, ha ahead* changed there
labona and cost cf laborou the Pacific sriore.auji
ia xow jKepariocr to play arnott important pan
Tn fte disposition of the social and economical
Ehiern resuitlrjsr from the change qf tbs rela?
is bet ween capital and tabor in the Southern
half ol ibo A Li ut io State*. Arri vin? io San
Wn?ewco from the place of his nativity, Am
dtefdaan, Hoi'and, in 1850, his attention waa di?
rected to the labor question as then developed
in lb? GOIdeo State, the main feature ol which
waa abumlauc* of capital and the attnoet total
M5ok of laborer*. In this condition of society
agriculture was neglected; mechanical lndue
tnj, aTMift nnnn toe. m,vat jiarited acalora?
nnxnown, too public improvements, such sis
the ennstrustion ot fuUroaila, were wapoaatb.e
4md un thought of. An loquamtanoe with and a
Knowledge of the labor demands and labor sup?
ply ol the East Iudies led bim to the develop
XBMit of aCOiaeseemi^raUonioCaJif^rna. Bs
AahstshinB . howe ia Hoog Xong.be soon induc?
ed ?tie shipment bit m number ot ABUUJS to ban
wmtrwrsT where he readily found employment
Uth?rn, ins house guaranteeing on one BI le
tte pr?DJpt payment of labor wagee. nd on
^n^ottbacthe eanally certain rendition ol
damita .lar A ?ti pula ted period, usually a
4wer*en.?otb. ihp emigration increased bot
.lowry for the first few > ears, but as each aun
Weding shipload rammed after tho expiration
?f thetr term of servios, with mare money than
.oald be earned m the Flowery King dont iu
-half a doran such terms, their neighbor?, fired
with a desire tor wealth, forsook their native
(Oda tor ^period to serte the barbarian whom
Sey aeapiod. and for the last len \ ears tho
house cf Kooprnanoebaap, in Hong Kong, has
?.n? employed its seores of brokers in each
Chinese province gathering together shipload*
.of laborere, and its bouse in San Francisco bas
.received by its own line ol vessels its thous?
ands of laborea?, assigned them their meelera,
.Oioawsfiil their food, and secured fir them
i sid of these bouses the Central Pa?
iread has bean constructed six years
earner than would have been possible without
the servioej of th- Chinese laborers, and now
Mr. Moopmanecbaap traverses the continent
upon that road arid tts connections to effjr to j
The Southern planters the same labor to aid in
nriiicg their desolate fields once again the
?rdea of tho world. lu reply to inquines.
Mar. Koopmanachaap . states that be has never
had arty difficultiee as to breach of contract
trpoQ the part of the Chinese. Encaged for
-ass veer at a- certain pri?e, they labor iaith
xhlty in California and in the Eist Inches for a
term of years.' He is not, however, prepared
jot to say exactly at what cost they can be pro
?ared for the Booth, and In this the cott of
Maua? pot tatton is no inconsiderable item.
Tb? cost at present of brm ging each indi
Tidna! to San Francisco ia $45. gold. The cost
of traospxm a ti oa of large numbera on the Paci?
fie Railroad ha? not jet been established. Hr.
iaToopmaiiBChatp, however, belie vea that the
?ont to San Francisco can oe materially ro?
deoed, after the Memphis Convention will visit
Hew York . o aacertain exactly what reduction
- ts railroad rates can be made, and is now con
-fMrmt that the whole cost of delivery to St.
Louie wi? not be over $100 in go'd, or equal
?*y to H 60 per month on an engagement for
five year?, which muet be pail in aivai-ce.
Satisfied upon this point, be will proceed at
once to - hina to make arrangements tor any
number for w ti ic a he may have ciders-from
JO.OOJ op-employing bu Chmese brokers in
.?very province ol the Celestials nut year in
Jr*ebrnaty-thr period when labor contracts are
entered into there.
D?nnte air. A. hopman sch aap'a viaiUAero he
?rae desired to supply a large m anuri ct arm g
.establishment wi tn fifty Chmese, which he of?
fered to do. the men to be delivered in August
or Septemb' r, and to be paid ll 25 per day.
providing P' oper guarantees of protection and
payment were given, and be wit! stop here on
-ails return trip from New Turk, to complete the
ooBtract. The proviso of protection may need
explanation. In California the Chinese have
teen the recipients or much abuse and m iny
"hard knocks from laborers whouo places ,be>
had taken., ot whose wape* meir competition
Mad reduced; Tho souse they laugh at, bot the
knock . they desire soma one else should either
.receive or g?ard a ?ra inst.- To thia cud their
?entracte with their un poi tera include proteo- '
? iion; and it is only upon this consideration and
. it* iuthfnl execution that their labor can be
. . ?o?mtt.tfli:
Kxporxa.
Jr"?lL ADELPHI A-Per sehr Frank Palmer-125 OOO
feet uesawid Lumber and; oard?, 63,uoo teet
... limber. . .
CB a neston lotion and lt tee Market.
OFFIOS OK IHK cb Mil KS i u.N DAILY NBWNl
?awLg*TOR Tues av Rvewne. July 20. i
COTTCJI - bis article was dull and tho CV rings !
ftotn ptucoa?era were at a decline whiob waa u iac
.sptahie to factors, and lhere were io trahoaotlons.
We renew previous quotationf, but they are entirely
.nominal; say
uvaxroox c&assxriCATioir.
Orlutary lo wood ordinary.90 Ga 32
Lowo-Ud.fng.32>c';a -
Hkfdiing.SS @
By New York classification ve quote;
. Middini*. .88X0
Bica.- the offe hus of this grain w. ro wry lieht
dsad were held firmly. We could hear of no sales
and we quote nommait* : common to fair clean car
*imia M 7.<i37? ; good 8Q8X0 ? lb.
market? by 1 elegrapn.
IV REIGN UABXXTS.
LcofDOK. Jul? li?-Noou -. on-ojs gj^. Bonds
ti\ - o-ar, all at dulL
Attwm>>u.-Coo* ls 93. Bonds 82ft.
E'^nlug.-Consols 93;?*. Bond? 8 yx. Tallow
LIVERPOOL, Joly 20-Afternoon.-Yarus and fab
.rio a ?i*i c ester quiet. Corn, o.d 29s Cd; new 38?
dd J ove 33a Bed Western wbcat 8a lid*9s,
lard .ivdu Fork quiet.
Kvem .'JR.-' 'ot i on closed quiet; ?alee 8000 bales
Sttd We*t rn wb a 8s lld.
JaaxnToaT Jul? 30-Bonds 87JI?*>77?
Faau, Jaiy 30.-Bourse quie ; rentes 70f 65c.
Haves Joly 20.-tot tun, on the spot and afloat,
DOMESTIC MABXSTB.
Kaw Tau, July 30-Noon -fcxks imgu'ar and
.don, atone? 7. bterling Vi- Gold 85/?'. Cotton i
dull at 34J?C. Torpeatific t?t??Kc Bosta quiet;
(.trained J2 26.._
E'enirg.-Cotton declining; sales 200 bales at
34a34Xo. Flov steady; State $510a6 80; Southsrn
S6 60aU 76 Wheat lo higher; white Michigan SI
66. Corn lo better; nixed Western B8a?7o; white
96a98c; yellow fl. Mets pork Armer at $82 50*32
75. Lard eater; kettle l9>?a20Kc. Bice firm;
Carolina S^'Bg ^c Sugar firm. Naval Stores quiet.
Freights finn. Governments steady. '6'i's 10?%,
Southern dall. Money steady st 7 Sterling firmer
at 10. Cold quiet a' 35??. Stocks dall and Irre?
gular.
BAX,TXKOBX. July 20 -Cotton du'l at Sie, Floor
quiet ; low gradea very firm. Wheat firmar; prima
to choice red $155al 70; white SI 65a1 80. Corn,
whit* SI lOal 13; yellow SI 12. Oats dull at 70a76c
Meas pork quiet at 634. Bacon firm; sh ?alder s
lStfc. Lard quiet at lSaSOc. Whiskey extremely
scarce ano unchanged ^ ,
CrwcntsiTi, July 30.-Whiskey ll. Provisions
quiet but firm. Mess pork $38 Bacon, shoulder a
lstfc; clear sides IBXc Lard 19>.'c
bi. Lome. July 30-Floor, superfine SS 25*5 T6.
whiskey SI 06. Provisions firm and unchanged.
Lard 1 *>ial8J? c.
Lotnavnxa, July 20.-Proviatoa* very fina. M ess
' Pork SSS. Bacon, shoulder* lfc; dear sides 19c, all
packed. WhiskerSL *
WnjcmBTOS, July 20.-Spirits turpentine steady
atS8>ic Bosln unchanged at $1 65il 66>i Crude
turpentine S3 66a3. 'i ar quiet.
Auoorxa, Jury 20.-No market; quotations on
chanced; receipts only 6 bales; a few honored
bales on the market
SAVAJWAH, Joly 20 -Offerings amall; no market;
quota Hon? unchanged; reettpts 100 balee.
MOBILE, July 2ft-Market nominally unchanged;
low roi do lin g 39X*30o; receipts 23 ^ales.
MSW OSXZASS, Joly aa-Cotton, middling 32 a c ;
sales 5.8 bahs; receipts 19 bales. Cold 35\. Ster?
ling 60. New york sight >,'c premia m. Sogar and
molasses nominal.
Havan? .Market.
j HAVANA, Joly li.-?ont stock tn warehouse in
Ht vana and Malama. 86X000 botes. * rpo rt tor
the week io foreign port* 80 000 boxes, 8500 hhda.
lo ihe United States 3600 boxes 1100 bede, sugar
firm; bostaeas saudi Noa 10 to 13 unchanged; Nos
16 to 20 sooted at 9)i to 10K Mouses sugar ao*
nve with European demand at 7 reals; Muscovado
eaeur, 7 reois per arrope lor in-en or u common re
Suing ; 8 for fair to good refining; 8%*9 for grocery
grades.
i UM BIB-Yellow pine steady at $27; white pine
q let ai $28a3<>.
r xebasge un Loudon IA prem um. United States
fcO day?' sight In go.d 2X?3 nanua.; do ?hart
alubt 6a6 premium.
exchange on Cmted States, 60 days, currency,
2fl>4* 6H discoant; shortsigtit 22 disooont
WBSmSBS sma4 draft m demaad; tor Um'ed
State., pot box? to Northern peru. $1 52; hhda, to
Northern and southern ports $6a8 25 Molasses, to
Northern ano Southern ports, K 76ae 76.
Wilmington Market.
WI MINGTON, Joly ]9.-irwasxnrE-only 36
bMs r> ceived tc-day, woicii wem at t3 tor virgin and
t2 65 for yellow d p, p?r 280 rb?.
- main i capz>Ti>E-Maiket steady with sales cf
487 ool. a' 38>a> iur country, and 30 bbls at 39c ,per
gajlon tor N < w York packages.
KOSX*- balea ol 614 b?is at $1 65 for stnined,
$i 75al 80 tor No 2, and 82 50. $3. la 60a3 75 for Nd ?,
aa in quality
Taa- No sales reported, ~
Coraos-One small l t sold at 31 %c tor low mid?
dling.
Macon Market.
MACON, July 17.-< 'OTTON - The rates to-day
amount to 137 bales ame ?hip ed or received.
Mi dil ngsa'e quo ed at 30c-lc lower than yester?
day. .>toc? on nan ? 289 balee.
i oasis asea per aoatn ? aioitaa lian roa J
x july au.
12 balea Cotton, 7 bales Domestics. 14 caaka Bacon,
180 aa oka Wheat. 574 Melons io Kaitroad Agent, B
O'Neill, Goldemitu ft bon. street Bros k Co. Kirk?
patrick A Witte, Bart k Wirti, J Morrison k Co, A
Laager, A Drago. W Ha e. and il LiucbgL
i 1
Pa wenger*.
Per steamship Champion, tram Hew York-0 8
Kuh, J Henny, W Mc omt>, Mi-n Burnett, E M Roy
tfS; E J Bovkm. H Lot-sex, E 0 Qoimby. J D Man
ett. E F Wallace, J. f> pring and eon, J Trench?, Mia?
F I ernr. O O Bowen. G W Clark. J Barling. F Cpde
beeck, J Heffron, Mn Bachmau and 8 In steerage.
f??tm levi.
tJori or Ulxarleatora, tjuly iii.
a*OfttT OAJ-ilCNJJAK.
raa cs or TBS MOOS.
Last Quarter, 1st, 7 noan. 27 minute?, eranie g.
New Moon, Otc, S hours. 14 minutes morning.
First Quarter ieth 1 boor ?8 minutes, morning.
Fall Moon, 23d 8 hours 34 minute? morans.
Last Quarter, 31st. ll noun, 45 minutes, morning
IB Monday....! 6.. 6 7.. 6
20 roesday.... 6.. 7 7.. 6
211 Wednesday. I 6.. 8 7.. 5
32 Thursday...! 5.. 8 I 7.. 4
23 Friday..... 6.. 9 i 7.. 3
24 saturday... 5..10 1 7.. 8
25 Sands*.' 5. io- 7.. 2
1..42
2..27
3..16.
Rue*.
7. .2$
7..59
e..ss
8..67
4.. 67
6..63
6..40
7..'28
8. .11
8..46
Arrived Yesterday.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-toft
Setoidaj P M. Mdse. To James Adger A Co. C
D Ahn na k Co, J ? Adger ft Co. J D Aiken ft Oo, T
M Bristoll, E Bull, T A Beamish ft co, A Hachoir, H
Baer. bisseU ft Ce T D Clancy ft Co W 8 Corwin ft
Co, Charleston Ga* < ' 0, Cameron ft Barkley, T M Ca?
ter, chapeau ft Heffron, MrDunTe Cohen, W B Cha?
fes ft Co. W Carrington ft Co, G Caoller, Ciadas ft
Witte, Chlaolm Bros, H Coola ft Co, J Commins, J
B Doral ft ooo, Denny ft Perry, J M Al son ft Bio, A
W Eckel ft < 0, DF Fleming ft co. J ? F.irly ft Co, B
Fe dmaan ft Co, C Frender, Goodrich, Wioemau ft
co, H Gerdts ft Co. W a Gramme, W u arney. N A
Hont, J Harkamp ft Co. Hopkins, McPherson ft Co,
Jue? ??man ft Bro. D B Haselton, Hohnts ft Calder,
J H Billen. N Hammenmidt, J K Heath. Johnston,
? raws ft Co. H Johnson, Jeffords ft Co, A H'irg, S H
Kellere, Kriste ft Chapman, Kl nick, Wilkenberg ft
Co, a Blatte ft Co, Knobeloch ft Small, Kinsman A
Bowell, Laure, ft Alexander C Lit?, hst, A G 1.0 er.
D Lopez ft ?om Mowry ft Co, J H Murray, i H Mul?
ler, 1 U M. ID or ft o, Mu Her, Ni mi ir ft 1 o, 8 B a ar
shall, > em v lie ft H an Dam, N -. Railroad ?gent D
O'Neill ft ona, B O'Neill, North, 8 eele ft Wardell,
J C Oetjen, Palmetto Pioneer co-operative Associa?
tion, C F Panknln, Ber AI Porter, Pani, wc'.ch ft
Bnudes. J Veils. BeieUe ft Schachte, L "elwell, H L
Strohecker, W 8?mplien A Co, v V Silrox W steele.
Mn C Mackley, W A .-krine. J Leiber, D Sol ti ri, J F
Taylor ft . o, southern express co, J Thomson ft Co,
J H Vollen, Walker, Eran3 ft < oesweH. Werner ft
Docker, Wagener ft Monseea G W Williams ft Lo, W
L Webb, W J Y.tos, o C Kai road agent, Older, and
others.
Cleared Yesterday.
Sehr Frank Painter, Latham. Philadelphia-H F Ba
j ker ft Co.
Sailed Yesterday.
Steamer Dictator, M'-Neity, Palafka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah. 4
. J" ? 1
Statpaewsb> Te'tsrrapli.
Nsw YOKO. July 20-Arrirad, the Holatatia, Fol
ton and cir*m London,* .
. .nemo-nnta.
The ccbrPusan Wright. Mount, from Georgetown,
6C,.arrivedat l>ew Y^-rk July 17.
I.I.HT HF VfelKKKLS
VP. CL F A RED AND SAILED FOR i HIS POA T.
FOREIGN
LrVFBPOOL.
The Hannah Lkxie, Ferrrason, cleared.May 20
The Tii.ce, Balli jay, up.Juue 12
i D ri M IC ? . li:
QOIXSBOriO'. ME.
Sehr V'locit?, Piskham Mfled.Jane 15
FBAKXFUBT MK.
Br'g H W McGllr y, etotta, cleared.July 1
S iM-'S
Brig MwnB Vbor lp. ru for?, up.July 16
sc. r -uaip-do, bira toD, <ieareJ.July 3
saw vat
Brig Harcrdeu, Pi rklt>?, cleared.Joly 16
??cur N W Smit u looker ut>..To'y 12
Sehr Wm L ^1 rings. Unie' y, ch ar. d.July C
.chr My rover. B own, cleared.Juiv lt
Soar LoaiM.*mttb, Or utb deared.July 15
i Pl UM DELPHI A
sehr Sarah Cui>n, A vi?, nn.July J
n'KyOLK VA
Sehr Carrie White un.. snUed.July 15
yy/lLL,:.* di CHI SU LA,*
FACTORS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
?51?
SHIPPING AGENTS,
arru, *TTFNOTO THE PUBOHASE, SALE AND
SH IPV EN 7 Ito Ponign ?nd Dotxestir- Ports, of
.OTTON. RIC., i 17 V BBB A NU NAVAL HTORE?
ATXaNIIO W B A RF, Cb ari ea ton. H. 0.
?. WILI ls.a. B, CH I Si) LU
Ot ober Sj
rjpu BU MIS a n sn.
Thi? SOMIER NEWS,
PUBLISHED Al SUMTER, S. C.,
I- OWF OF TBE BEST PAPEB* IN THE DP
C0CNT8Y; bas a lame circoatlon, and afford* sri
perior ad va .tagea ts an advertigiug medinm. 1 erm?
tow Arfdre* DARB & OsTFEN,
Feoruary 22 Propnrton.
^EETIXG-STREET F?l.NDRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT 18. NOW FURNISHING
THE IMPROVED
MCCARTHY COTTON oar,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of Tirions sizes
on band
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORR
MILLS, SOGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PA> 3, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND OIN GEARING, from .0 to
ie feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand
power, Saw and Bice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all ffWrirrtioni
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD
1 IN GS, GRATINGS,
CISTERN COVERS, SASE WEIGHTS, rfc., rfc,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MA CHI NTS 1 AND F OTT ND EB.
No. 814 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3_mwa
TJHflENII IKON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
C A AI XS II O N .di CO.,
Engineera Boilermakers &c*
Not. 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 PR1TCBARD-STREETS,
(NEAB THE DBI DOCK, )
Charleston, S. C.
I STEAM-ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARIAH,
STAHONABY AND PORTABLE. -
BICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION,
SHAFTING, PULLEYS .AND. GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN RON OB
BRASS.
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of a* geed quality and power, and at as low rates af
can bc bad tn New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
A G, EN 13 ron
AshcroftN Low-water Deieetor,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
THE BOILER.
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17_nao*?_Brnos
K tl ti M ? TU 350
horse power, including the
celeorated Corliss cnt-of
Engines, slide Valve Sta
Honsr? Engine? Portahl?
Engines, Ac. Also. Circu?
lar Mnlay and Sang Haw
Mille, Sugar Cane A Ha,
shuting Pulleys, Ac. Lath
and fbingle Milla Wbea:
and Corn Mills, Circulai
Saws. Beliing, ac Send
for descriptive Circular and
Price List
4TOOD A MANN STEAM ENGINE CO.,
February 18 6mos Utica, New York.
Prags, (Remir?is, (tic.
RVS t
JjEATIl TO WO
BUY
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best In l's*.
They are made of "Santonlne," and contain no
Injurious dreg.
Bead what pne of the most diatingniahed physi?
cians of Richmond. Va., says about the Loeeoges :
I have long used Santonlne, the active principio of
European Woinv^^ed. aa an effectual r rn ed y for
Worms in chi Uren. Mr. Warner L. Fleming pre?
pares a Lozenge composed of it. which la a very
pleasant and palatable f rm in wbteh to administer
it to children, and which may be relied on a? prop?
erly prepared. O. F. MANSON, M. D.
For sale by
DR. H. BAER, Wholesale Agent,
June 21 No. 131 Meeting-street
T
B A K 15 lt S
JUS! RECEIVED AND FOB HALE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
PRIME HOPS
CREAM OF TARTAR
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREET.
March 4
ll G ' S li M V E K S 1 1/ K (J S S 1 A \
HEALING SALVE.
THIS VALUABLE REMEDY HA" EFFECI'Et
innumerable cures, and baa g?ined lor Its, 1. a great
reputation. The discoverer < f this Salve hss appli> d
it wi tn eminent soccers in thousands ot cases dur?
ing the Crimean War, and has cured dangerous
V"und8. in manv cas< s considered mortal.
Mb. E. ht KG ls >he so e possessor ol thc valuable
secret of malice this - alve ; from ia experience in
using it in Europe and be success attending tts ap?
plication there, he has been indnced to introduce it
into the United Mates IT i.Ei lr. vi:- PA IN 1
j hoe ?ho have Wou> dc. Bruises Cuts of all
kinds, oi 5' re?, felons, scratches Muf quito Uitc-r
Fros Bitten Joints, sore Li a Chilblai s. CL'ldr- U'B
scorbutic complaints on Bead and Fa e, are >p< edil\
cured. It hus pmved t great advantage toladiep,
and ie re ullany adapted t?r "alberni breast?, t ore
legs, &?. th rou-b couinement, anti other cauars
Il acts like magic in removing Boils Pimples, and
Cutaneous Diseases, and DOH boon mece t-ful.y
ut>i<d for ' oms Bunio IH and Hore Throat, bv apply?
ing exti ruai y even ? venii u before uoiug to bcd.
For sa.e by ll dtuggixte Pri.-e 23c . OOo , and $1
per Jar. (drice. N . 2tiu B wery. N. V. None ?f nnino
UM Of?countersigned E. HERO'.- UMVE <S*L RU
SIAN 1.EALING Sr-LVrl, No 260 L'ownv, New
Kork, stulli ly Jnly U
|J Ul.JIK.s di ?1 At lt IO i 11,
NO. 30 Broa ct- street,
Charleston, h. C.,
BROKERS. AUCTIONEERS. BEAL ESTATE
ANS
UE.VKRAL CO Al M I 8 S I O tv A GK.VI*
Will atttend to Rentin? and .> llecting ol Rems
and purchase and sa e ol bioo-s, Ronda, Gold,
8Uver and Real Eetaie.
ALSO.
To tbs Purchase of Goods and Supt lies for parties
m the country upon reason ?ble terms.
GEOROX U Uoums.Ax.KXA.vnen MACTHI H.
JanU'rvl lyr
C.
J. SlllLlirKGItliLJ,,
No. 37 LINFSTBEET,
BETWEEN KING AND 8T. PHILIP,
LUMBER OF EVE B? DE8CK1PT10N ANL
BUILU1NG MATERIAL, LIME and Pl A8TEB
INO LATHS, PAINTS. OILS. GLAs-E-, SHINGLES;
also GROOVE AND lONGUE BOARDS, Ac, con
stan tl y on band at the lowest market prices.
September 12 mthsljr
plantation Jitters.
^ GLORIOUS CHAN GK
THAT ANT SICK MAN 6?BTTVED TBJ5
treatment of ifty years B;O, mast bec?nsilcrel
proof that humm beings are vory hard to kill.
The lancet, calomel, cantharldies and drastic pur?
gatives were then Hie order of the day. The phy?
sician played into the hands of the apothecary, and
the unfortunate patient was drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicine*. We
Ive in a more rational and conscientious era. The
mportasce of supporting Nature in Us conflict
with disease it now understood. Complaints in
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. They are met with TONIO 3
that rally the vital powers and enable them to de?
feat the enemy. Chief among these allies of Nature,
ki it? battles with sickness, ie
PLANTATION BITTaCKS.
This wonderful vegetable resto rab vo ii the sheet
anchor of the feeble and debilitated. As a cordial
for the aged and deorepid lt has no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the nervone weakness
to which tho tender sex are especially subject, it is
superseding every other stimulant and nervine.
In SH cbmate9, tropical, temperate or frig'd, its sets
as a specific in every species of disorder which rm
danoinoa thc hoJUy Rtrength and breaks down the
animal spirits Wherever it is introduced it be?
comes a standard arti ore-a medicinal staple. Drug?
gists, although their profit upon it U small, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation for which
everybody inquire?, and for which nobody wi!
accept a substitute. It 'is to-day the most popular
medicine in the civilized world. Extensively as it
ie advertised, Hs beet alvertisemont is the benefloi-1
result which uniformly follow) ita use. Every bottle
sold iosuros the sale of at least half a dozen more.
Unlike other stimulants it braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue oerebral action.
The cheering effect which it irodncea upon the
mind ia not momentary, but permanent. There is
no subsequent depression. It does not, as is the
cue with all omer stimuli, beget a craving for ex>
citante. On the other band, it SjO'hes and calms
the nerves, combining, strange as thc anomily may
Eeem. thc qualities of a sedjtivi and gontle anodyne
with those of a Ionic and Invigorant. Thc perfect
purity of all its ingredients, tVir admirable adap
lution to the purposes they are intended to aub
serve, (be juiiclous proporlioos in WWC'J taey arc
combined, and abc scientific' skill with which thoy
sro blended, render this taman i article at once the
mott potent and Ibe most Larm'.cue of all knosrn
tonics and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists.
Decembcr 7 ly
G
UNS
TOMES, M EL VAIN & CO.,
Ho. 6 MAIDEN li A. MS, SEW YORK.
FOWLING PIECES OF ALL QUALITIES, 8UITA
BLE for the Southern trade, both MUZZLE AND
BHEECH LO A Di. R?.
ALSO,
IN 8TOf?K A FraL \?SORTMFNT OF CUTLE?
RY, PEBFUHEBY. BRUSHES, SOAPS, Ac.
BOLE .'.QE.VTS FOB TBS
GENUINE DEttINOEB PISTOL.
Joly 19 mwfltno
T
II IC STAK
m
SOUTHERN BEAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
As an advertiang medium, offers facilities to Mer?
chants, Drn gist, Machinists, ftc, ol extending
their business, unsurpassed by any ' Southern
T7ocklr.
Its circulation is fa-tt becoming ceneraL Real
Estate agents, snd parties interested In the purchase
or sale of real estate, wit' find it to their advantage
to consult its column's and advertise therein as we
are effecting arrangement* by which our pater wlU
circulate largely among Northern catltaliets.
Information ten tl int? to the development of our
mineral, manufacturing and Agricultural resource*
descriptive ot climate, soil. A-.-solicited and thank?
fully received from any section.
Terms cash. 13 a year; a copy gratis to any one
sending six subscribers ; a dub of ten, $2 60 each.
Rates ol advertising lioeraL Address
W. J. Mc SEER ALL,
July 16 _Marlon., fl C.
"OIANOS! PIANOS!!
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JOST BEEr
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MAPS,
OVER BALTIMORE. PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
PIANOS.
OFFICE AND WARER0OM. No. 7 N. LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
BA LT I MO lt E. Md.
8TTEFF'S PIANO1? HAVE ALL THE LATE?
Improvement, Including the Agraffe treble. Ivor?
fronts, and the Improved French Action, fully war
ranted for five years, with privilege of exonauat
within twelve months if not entirely satt ?factory tc
purchaser, second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or
gans always on hand from 180 to $800
XEFZBZEfl WHO FIA VI o CB P1A503 Ct USE!
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, WUmln ?ton. N. 0.
General D. E Hill, charlotte, N C.
Governor John Letcber, Lexington. Va.
Messrs. R. Barwell A dons, Charlotte, N. C., Fe.
male Seminary
C. B. Riddick, Female College, KittreTl's Spring?,
N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max srrakOHch, Itali m Opera.
Messrs. Pierson A Sons, sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer. Charleston a. c. ,
Se nd lor a circular. Terms liberal.
October 32
Sulfa.
MARVIN'S
PATENT
Alum & Dry Plaster
EIRE PROOF
SAFES
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price, j
MARVIN'S
SPHERICAL BURGLAR
SAFES
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
BANK VAULTS,
VAULT DOORS,
> EXPRESS BOXES.
FAMILY PLATE SAPES,
COMBINATION LOCKS
Please eend for a catalogue to
MARVIN 6 CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturen)
T, - ". -, (265 Broadway, New York.
Principal J m Chestnut ^ Phi]lL
Warehouses |108Bank Bt.)ClevelaiM3,0
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout . jthe
* United States
TOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD k CO.,
No. 303 EAST BAY,
CflAlt LKSTOiV.
liecerober 2D lyr
A TTEfATIort, ADVEKTISERS,
TO TH13
MONTGOMERY MAIL.
TBIS Ll ONE OF I BT MUST TRO-PEROU.S PA?
PERS in the south. i? published daily iu Montgomery
tho raphal of A'abama; ha.< an extensive eirt.-ulutioB
hroughoul the State, and oft-rs advantages and ii
duccmonts to adve.*tiscis which lew other journals
can equal.
A regular nie ol'thc paper may be seen at thc
PUBLIC READING ROOM,
No. 3 BROA D-8 TREE 2,
And contracts for advertising may be made with tb1
Agents ID charleston,
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
G. II. GIBSON sic CO.,
March 9_Proprietor?, Montgomery Ala.
Q O L, O G S E ,
??nPERTOR TO TBE BEsT IMPORTI D CO?
LOGNE WATER, xaaDutacturcd a..d sold wi ?Jessie
ann re'at: bf Dr. H. B \EK,
June 21 No. 131 Meeting eli eel, -
Prag:, (Educ?s, (Str.
? P. PA JT K * I W i
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 133 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. C,
IMPORTES AN* DEALER 1M"\
GERMAN,
FRENCH,
ENGLISH AND
DOMESTIC
DRUGS, CHEMICALS
AND
PATENT MEDICINES.
PBZFABZD CASXrOIXY AT
ALL H0DB8 OF THE DAY AM) IWG-BT,
BT BEC FLAK
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Upon th!? branch of tte business, the utmost
PERSONAL care and attention la bestowed, aa? rte
PTJBTTY of thc
MEDICINES
TJeed la compounding is GUARANTEE*.
FRESH VICHT WATER,
HAI'TERIVK.)
ALSO,
VICHY POWDERS,
Oi Direct len port* tion.
EACH BOTTLE OR PACKAGE BEARING
THE GOVERNMENT STAMP.
CONGRESS AND COLUMBIAN
WATER,
FRESH PROM TUB SPRINGS.
ANENT FOB THE CELEBRATED
ROCKRRIDGE ALUM SPRING
WATER,
. A complete assortment ol
SOAPS,
rf!
PERFUMERIES, AND
TOILET ART?OLES, v...
. COMBS, BRUSHES, Ac.
GEO. TIEMANN <fc CO.*
OF SEW TOKE,
UANTJFAarVB?B3 OF
S U R GIC A LANI) DENTAL
INSTRUMENTS,
APPABAIBB VOE
DjrlFOfiMISJJa?, WR?ffNSB^ &c.
M.?.1' 19 lit
Progs, (^trairais, ?Str.
rp H fi BISHUP FILbt
TUE BISHOP IP1L.L?
THE BISHUP PILLI
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-Coated.>
"COSTARV BISHOP PILL, ?!
"IB of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, Indi,
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headaeh* Verrous Debility,
Lirer complaint." "Tho best PILL in the world,"
Ated?tal Journal, September 8. fl
. . .-...:>
TRY T H ? Ml
TRY T ll E Ml
MW All Druggists in CHARLESTON seUtbecc.
"COSTAR'S"
STANDARD PREPARATION?
ABS
"CoauarV li at. R?stela, Sic.. Extetmi'i
"Coe ta r's" Bed Bag Extermina tor?.
"Coetar's" (only pure) fnaeet Powder..
"Only Infallible Bemsdiea known."
"18 year. established in New York."
"3000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily." '
*.! 11 Beware 111 of spurious imitation?."
"All Druggists ia CB ABLESION sell titan."
For $1, 92, 83 and S5 sizes, Address
"COSTAR" COMPANY,
So. 13 Howard-street, New Yorke,
Sold la Ofl ABLEST ON, 8.0., by . S
GOOOK1CH, WIN EMA? di CO,
March 21 DM ly?
OSADA I. IS
Purifies the Blood.
. . .....('.' . \LSTT9f i. .
For Bale by Druggists K. very where.
JUlTi" ?V'
TV R . RIC Br A U'B
GOLDEN REMEDI E-8 .
Ar-K FOB KO OTBEB, TAKE NO OTB EB, AND
you will save time health aid money.
lu to BEWARD tor any cate of disease la aay
stage which they f iii lo care.
Dr. BICB*U'tt GOLDEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Ulcers. Ulcerated Sore throat and Mouth, EON
l yes, Cutaneous or Min Eruption . Copper Colored
blotches, soreness of the Scalp, rcrofaia, Ac; is the
SMttest Renovator, Ali ?an ve and Blood Pr/rifler
own, remores al diseases from the system, and
leeret the blood pure and healthy.
Dr. KICHAU'f GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 eures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all it- forms,
whether f. om mercury or other causes ; gires Im ms .
datte relief in all cases. No dieting nteetsary?al
bare thousands of Certificate? proving the ralrasu
loua cures effected by these li eon ed lae. Pri?e of
either No. 1 or No. 3,15 per bottle, or two bottles fer
Dr BICHA C'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE a safe, spee?
dy, p easant sad radical care tor all Urinarr De
ragements, accompanied with full directions. Price
$3 per bottle
Dr. BfCBAU'M GOLDEN LLEXIE D'AMO?R, a
?adlcal cure for Nervous or Gen.rmi Debility, ia old
er joang; imparting en* rsv with wende lui effort.
Price as per bottle, or two bottles tor S9.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be shipped
to any place. Prompt alt en twa paid to all corres
deots. None genuine without the name-of "Dr.
BJCHAU'rt GOLDEN BEMEDIES, D. H. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blowa in glass of bot les.
Address D B. BICHA ttDS.
No. 238 Variek-atreet, New York .
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Circulars sent ly Joly 3
I S O H ' R
TOBACCO ANTIDOTE.
Warranted to Remore all Desire
'for Tobacco.
It is PtxrelF Vegetable and contains
no thing Injuri?me.
The following is oae of thousands of testimonials
that are dally received by the Manufacturer:
Riem: ora. VA., N crem ber21,1868.
Dxaa Fia-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you according to the leceipt you hare submitted to?
me, and the ingredients o*> which I hare examined,
inpurely vegetab e, entirely bai miena, and contains
no tb IE g in the least injurious. It J? not diaagreeable
to the taste, and aa a home article, I hope you wfll
meet with ready sole tor it, and I believe that if the
directions are followed, it will do all you ebiaaed tor
lt JOHN DOVE, M. D.
SW Price 60 cent? per Box. The usual erlseenn?
to the Trade. ?
MW For sale by
Dr. HM3AER,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
June 7
r?E C ARKFUh
WHAT MEDICINES
YOU TAKE.
WHEN YOU ABF FX9 AUtVt'ED BY OVERW0BKL
of head or hard, and feel the need ot somethirg in?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any Intoxica ting
thing, whe.her under the name of Hitters or other?
wise. Mich articles give juet a* much strength tc*
your weary bod? and miad as the whip gives to the
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulant; are
injurious to Nerve health, sad are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING BEA Cl ION.
Dodd'8 Nervine and InYigorator
is a TONIC aud GENTLE STIMULANT which is
NOT attended by REACTION. W.&t it gaina for
yon it ma in ta lief When it n freshes body or mind,
it refreshes wi>b natural etrei gth that comes to stay.
We are not recommending teetotalism in the mtereet
of any faction ; but long sud extended observation
teaches us that he who rotor's to the bottle tor rest
or recuperation, will find, aa he tee?* at it. that he
is kindling a fire in his bones which wfll consume
like the flames of perdition. Turn from lt. Take a
tonio that will relreen ?nd not destroy. DODD'S
NERVI NB ls forfar by all Brugviats. Price Ono
Dr liar. See Book of certificates that accompanies
each bettie. 7mos June 96
Q TJ R fi POP:
TBE ONLY CERTAIN
RAT DESTROYER
WITHOUT
Ja
Disagreeable Results.
ADOLPH T?T?. ACSEN'S
PHOSPHORIC PASTE,
Til y ICE, BED BOGS or
ROACHES fur Mr. D-aacpcn's detractive remedy ie
witbin the reach of all. Prepared onlv by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness is
as wout'eaful as its efficacy. Bundi eds of testimo?
nia.s have been received irom all parts ot the United
: states
'Ihe great advantage this PURE POP possesses
over all tim ilar preparations is (be FACT that it is
Certain ira Its Effects,
and free from the uBp'eaaantreas ot rata dying in
their holes, as it casses them to leave the premises
to seek air, and eommmea them to entirely M io
leave
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers ot rcie enees can be made to
Persons in thia City,
who have successfully u?ed it.
SOLE AGENTS FOB SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLES.* LC D RUO Gt 848,
Comer Meeting and Haact- streets,
April 36 m wi Cmo Charle? ton. 8. C.

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