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(IT A TOrNC? CT BRM AN, I >T CHICAGO !
it's on the Rhine the armies iay ,
To France, or not? lt's ye?, or nay *
Tney pondered longhand pondered wen;
At length King William trote' the spell-.
"Bring here the map to me I
"The road to France .ia straight and free '.
"Where ls the foe-the foe f? "Why, he
"Well beat him ! Forward! Sever fear:
"Say, where lies Parts?? "Parjs.i-here,'*!
- "Weni take it ! Forward l Sever fear;,
"80 throw a bridge aoroB9 rh? Rhine
^.Ifethinks the Frenchman's sparklingwu
"WU1 taste the best where grows the vine
PAPALixFALLlSLLJXr.
Paatoral Lotte* ?.** Exp?an?U<jn
?rcJ?bUtiop Spalding. ?
. : , - ?>.. v
Archbishop Spalding, of Baltimore, has.
ten a pastoral letter upon Papal TnJ_aliil
addr eased- to">the.clergj apd; laity. The 1
-ment ip;chiefly_ the verile for. an official
iralgationof -chapter 1 of the' co na tit u
?pass?d -bjriaV QScrrmienlta? Connell,-' Vim
primacy 'and infallible teachings: o? the Bc
. Ton^wb?n?el^aks ex cathedra, that 5
BBiversal p?st?r and. doctor, deciding fo;
whole" church a doctrine in matters of "I
"and morals.''' The pastoral letter ?maki
pamphlet of forty pages, royal octavo, ai
written in' the Archbishops habltna?y ' 1
. and for ci We style, commending itself to all ;
feeran Interest in regardto this^ as.thej?s
.ioHuTO^ajpr-'the m^d^^j|Q$?^o
^tbe :day." ' In " prefacing" Tus jremarks?" A
I bishop.?p&lding gives:a: brief j?vlew of
gieat.wwcJicjajJeiL
subject or scAcmc, ? an a tt?e latltnde g?v?
debate, ' The Archbishop adds
- The great mass of these debates regal
the form? ' cf .e^pxeasloQ. rather than the
etancfe of the things>th{mserves; though s
.cf'them.Wroched to a gt eater br less extent
" substance itself, for at least the opportune]
Ol tue definition. Every sentence, et
pirase, every- word, every comma, even,
eearchingly examined- and with a .triple
cusslon and a triple preparatory' vote,, e
htnnanly speaking, there could scarcely
room for a mistake.- lissj'.^. 7*5
-> -In- a footnote to his remarks upon iher.
- bate in the Council, the Archbishop says Ll
' One' cf the feost e^aeBt debates, and !n
eating votes, of the assembled-Fathers-rejt
ed tie retenslon or om lt sion of a commii. '
-text often passed through seven or eight
-visions before lt was regarded as satisfacU
- Tt?t^ giving^ the text of chapter 4 of the c
stitution "On the Infallible Teaching o? the :
jt?sjx^P?btijir,?I'the'-Archbishop goes onto
plain first- what this-Inf illlbility is not, and 2
ondjy what ifttf, a* follows: '..
?3&*?&4^ is >'OT,,
II It is'no t Impe cc'ablll ty or 1 m muni ty from ?
The Pone regularly confesses his sins to 1
priest,ol Christ like all other good Christla;
., and hythe Divine law, is bound to do BO asme
\ as any other. Every day. before ascending t
holy altar, h?proclaims himself a sinner befe
G?o, before saints, angels and men, and
-tMc*; strfkeAhls. breaid, saying Jtiea axlpo
rartragtr toy ^"fatOVthrobgn my rauit, th>ohj
my exceeding great fant. He makes the off?
tory for "bis-Enumerable sins; offenceti.ai
. negligencw^.and before the "communion .]
?gala ctn* es Ute "breast thrice. Uttering il
?\wwWsPOf the centurion: ''lord, I am12r,fcwc
lliytMtTlWUilhO?ldSt enter under my roof.
He spends whole? hours every day in pray
: for hlniself and Tor "the whole flock of Chri
divineTComrrJtted toils care, wit ha deep fe?
.lng of the fearful responsibility resting upi
tneBoman Pontiffs are. and'lreely^klo^iea(
?ie-mfl?lves to be, Binrul men, yet Ltls a remar,
a^.eyldotfce p?^my^grManahjp wat?
tog over; them .that nearly alt of them hat
bejM>iaeji^?toyIngeondnct and holy lifferthi
-sdxjut -one-third, of iii em harabetm marty rs c
canonized saints; and that ih the whole Mba-1
succession, stretching through eighteen cami
rieB?BWmorelhan flve or stat, out of twoTaoi
P*??.-Jtf-enPJty? as, jnot. having been mnc
botter to therrprivate moral conduct than tl
an^^r"tte^^^w1no^one''can say wlth^trnt
thnf,they?JSr^ttejtnpt?a;to toang?'anytbto
. Ijrjhedocttto^" of.toe.chui-cto, - . .
"Inirirfbirtty does ?ot attach to. the Pope as
private- pers?bv nor as a temporal sovereign
n?A8 acprivatfrdocior writing dr stating hi
'ABD theoh^gicMgopmlons^nor even as Pop
deEveriDg decision a in particular Judicial case
depending for their merits on the testimony <j
: men, much less in the words and-acm of-hi
onllnary Ufe, outside the -spiritual domain 0
faith and'morals, of church discipline, and gov
e rumen t.
..The. .Papal Infallibility ls not inspiration
*f?~'*a?^Mkt&KA--te,te Prophets ant
Apojtle??Bor"Blt at..new-revelation making
known a new doctrine; but-it is only a divin?
assistance, by which, though naturally of them
selves weak and fallible, the Pontiffs are di
vinely enabled "hoIDy to preserve and faith
muy to expound the r?v?lation or deposit of the
faith delivered through the Apostles." "
flence lt ls manifest that, the Pontiffs cannot
define aoy new doctrine not contained either
expressly or -Impliedly' in the original deposit
-of the faith, much less can they, define merely
according to the ft qwu will orxap rice, ag their
"enemigare ?Gt S****** sometimes to assert,
^.?i^.^g^.a?tar^ .LK?to the doctrinal
IMBn^?rymw*n?-at their command to ascer?
tain what "w?;"coh(fdnnai-io' to the- Roly
Scriptures and Apostolic -iradi Jons before de?
ciding on -any queeLion of faith or morals, and
t^".^^rtt^J[ ?tinue. to d? sp ?Dthe
future; ?or.nowhere ls precedent more rigidly
adhered to or regarded as more sacred than in
the Roman Church, as every one knows. - . >
-WHAT .TBJ^?iPAX. JNFALLJBILLTY 13.
:':The. Pant?ff'.is. .i??allibW, not in Ms p nv ate.
but In hls.?tf??a!. character, when he speaks
*r'cotiwoVa-from his official" magisterial or
teaching chalr-as the f?ther and teacher of
aUi?hrietrajis;:arid'when thus speaking, be de
fln??V: by 'hts supreme apcwstoljc an tirari ty; a
detune ou -faith or morals to -be held by the
universal chprch; .and this infallibility derives,
not from any personal wisdom or other quali?
ty to himself, but from the divine assistance
promised to him to the blessed Peter. The
end lor which H was bestowed is the good bf
the church, ..that, the flock of. Christ ma; be
always preserved in sound faith and guarded
from fatal error and heresy'; and* that'thus the
and ^'realized lo the corisujn?i??pn .of"the
*J?H>m -ibiditt- ?bllo'w?: ftrsi^tt?t' the Papal
I???llblllty, to the.strict ?enae of the :deflnl
ilon, is confined to the domain of doctrine on
faith and morals: secondly, that the Pontiff
must define, or., .finally settle a doctrine, not
merely declare more or less strongly a belief;
thirdly, that the definition must contain a doc?
trine to be held by the whole' church; and,
fourthly, that the definition must be official or
eat cofAedra. according to the meaning attached
to the word, as above stated.
. j?2.~ The formula of the definition lurther de?
clares thaty-nnder these circumstances, the
Pontiff "is endowed with the- Bame Infallibility
with which the Divine- Redeemer wished His
Church 30 be- invested while defining a doc
tttoe on Jal th or morals.^ : Th^^pbrtlon of the
dte?lt?o?? mak es the'offlelaf P>pSl Tbfalllblhty
Identical In Its objects and limits, to its extent
andsertitodfr'wMt^.^ church itself;
and as-the latter, la well.known to.all theolo
gJf-.uB and to. all .well-Instructed ". Catholics, the
formen, being the samedis thu? easily asoer
igb^ .byall who sincerely wish to know the
?S^JP??5S^ ?h.e or those'who "pre
WW^^^W^a ? the Pontiff
Ii not derived from the promises of Christ
made directly to Peter and his succors but
from the consent of the church/a fiTu
added to the definition to the effect "that-such
definitions - (a* above) or the Roman Pontiff
are Irreformable, or irreversible, o/t??Tnseroes
and not ITO m the consent of thu church I We
ghan have occasion to refer to this branch ot
the eqbject more at length further oh. -'
.vii this te tn full conformity with what the
Angel of the Schools-St. Thomas Aquinas
iwrote six hundred years ago, proclaiming the
universal-Saith; Of the church before and in the
thirteenth'century. "Hesays: "The faith of the
whole church should be one, according to that
of St, Paul.. (Corinth. I) -Let all say the same
thing, nor let schisms exist among you,' which
cou m not t>y observed, unless a question of
faith which 'might aiise should be finally set?
tled by him who pr?sid?e over the whole
church, and thu? his decision may be held by
the whole church. Therefore lt- belongs to the
?ottiorUy of the Roman Pontiff alone to Issue a
new edition of-the Symbol, (or confession of
faith) aa likewise .'do. all other things' which'
concern ftUf whole church."
in order ti Ulostrate more fatly thia imper
tant subject th? learned1 prelatath?n enters ?
Into an elaborate land exhaustive argument,
occupying all the rest ol the letter, to estab?
lish the. three following propositions: . lf v ,
f?en? and final decisions on matters of;
luSrudmorattifor the guidance ot the whole
Minrcb the ' Vatican Council has set up no new
doctrine, bot bas merely proclaimed, In a moBt:
solemn manner, a troth which was handed
down from the beginning, which, In all lt?
essential principles, has'- oeen Tor'centuries
generally and practically accepted ana acted
upon by the Holy Catholic Church; that there
ls no valid reason for asserting that this defini?
tion will or should so -greatly startle or shock
the prejudices of non-Catholics as to prevent
br ?-even T?tard their-conversion to the true
?aWr'rhafc'?he-deflnltlon ' should afford no rea
sbnab?? c?use jof complaint to civil govern-:
rhents, even .to7 those which ar? free, or pro?
fess to be baaed upon what ls called liberalism.
COMMERCIAL NEWS.
'IA';.
I Tile Charleston Cotton, Klee and N*.val
- Stores Market. - ' -7
ornes CBASLX8X0N NEWS, 1
MONDAY EVENTNC, August 29, 1870. J
COTTON.-The demand was light, with but little
on the market, prices showing' an easier tenden-j
cy; sales 63 bales, viz: 3atl6;2atJ5X;S*t-l?X;:
12at 16; 7?t ?6X; 2atl7;**27at ?i%;l extra!
staple at 18c f> te. we quote. jj
LIVERPOOL CLASSmCATION.
Ordinary to good ordinary..?4 @1?X
Low middling.... .. .......17 @17V
Middling..:..i7??i7x
strict Mjddiinir.... ....is ?- . y
RICK-Tnero were no Bales m the absence of
-stock.-^b*ut-2290-bushels of new rough was
recelssd,, yesterday, which will probably be
placed on the market to-day.
NAVAL STORES,-Thr market was quiet; sales
250 bbls. spirits turpentine at 34)?c.
.FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct norn
mal; via New York, 7-1 cd on uplands, ll-16d on
sea islands; by sail nominal To Havre nomlnaL
Coastwise-to New York, by steam, Xe on up?
lands and ?{c on sea islands; $1 fi tierce on rice;
by sall, Xe on cotton;-V tierce on rice; 40c
? barrel on rosin; [email protected] %. M on.lamber; [email protected]
9 M on timber. To Boston, by.sail, [email protected] Vc 9 m
on upland cotton. To Providence, (-B^ M on
boards, Kc V lb on .cotton. ..To Philadelphia, by
steam, )?c H lb on uplands; by sall, $7 9 M on
boards; $9 on timber; fi ?t ton on clay,,aad $3?
3 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by steam, %c
9 tb; by sall, $6 [email protected] $ M on boards; $3 f) ton
on phosphate rook. Vessels are la demand, by
our merchants to take: lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and Satilla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and.(10
@12 9 M are the rates OB lamber and boards. -
EXCHANGE. - Sterling w day billa nommai.
po JiESTi o EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase sight
checks at par to v premium, and sell at [email protected]
premium. Oat side they purchase, at % premium,
and sell at V premium. .
[email protected] :; * -. .
Markets by Telegraph
FOREIGN. .
LONDON, August 29-Koom-Consols - 91X
Bonds 87X.
LIVERPOOL, August 20-i-Noon.-Cotton opens
steady; uplands 8J?d; orleans 9 vd; sales 10,000
bales.
Evening.-Cotton steady. Uplands BJfd; Or
leans 9-^(1 ; sales 12,000 bales; for export and spec?
ulation i ?.OOO.
DOMESTIC.
NEW YORK, August 29-Noon.-nour and-wheat
quiet without Important change. Corn quiet and
steady. Pork. $2816a28 25.. Lard heavy; steam
16val8r. ' Cotton dall and "unchanged; uplands
18X; Orleans 20Vc Turpentine very strong at
39 Va40c Rosin quiet; strained $186. Freights
firm. 'Stocks very dulL Gold 16}?. Money 4a5.
Sterling, long 9%; short ic*,. Bonds 12%. Ten?
nessees 61X; new 6?X- Virginias 65; new 65.
Louisianas 70; new 64; Levee, sixes 73>?; eights 86.
. Evening.-Money 4a5c. Sterling 9j6al0. Gold
laval s v. Bonds closed very do?L Sixty-twos
12%. Southerns Strong,' especially North Caro?
linas and Tennessees, closing very - quiet. Ten?
nessees eiv, new ec. North Carolinas52??';new
32K. Cotton nommai; sales 500 bales. Flour
State and .Western JalOc lower; Southern dull
and lower;'common' to fair extra $6 86a6 76.
Wheat quiet and heavy; winter red and amber
Western $138al43. Corn heavy at 85a86Xc.
Pork $28. Lard quiet. Whiskey unsettled at j
Mc. Groceries firm. Turpentine very strong.
Ro6ln quiet. Tallow ilulL Freights firmer.
BOSTON, August 29.-Cotton quiet and firm:
middlings 20c; sales 200 bales; net receipts 19;
coastwise 80; total 99; stock 4000.
- BALTIMORE, August 29.-Cotton quiet and firm;
middlings i9\'c; net receipts coastwise na bales;
stock 183 bales. Wheat unchanged at $i 40ai 66.
White corn dull at $lall0; yellow 95c. Pork
weak. Bacon-quiet; shoulders I5tfal5vc Wills
tey dulL .
CINCINNATI,"" August 29.-Flour dall and unset?
tled ; family $6 60a6 75. Corn dull and unchanged.
Whiskey 90ca*l. Provisions, no demand. Pork
(28 50. Shoulders MMe; clear sides l7??*c. Lard
IflC. ' ;?*in -.- . ; :?>. - . .- ^ .
LcuisviLLB, August .29.-Bagging firmer at
!9>?a80c. Flour quiet. Corn unchanged. Pro?
visions steady. Laruie.vc. Whiskey 90a9lc.
6r. Loora, August 29.-Bagging steady, ~onr
lull, $i ?5a4 w. Corn dull, mixed 64ad5c. Whis?
ky 92c. Mess pork $28 59a29. Shoulders 14 Vc;
?lear sides ?8,val8,vc
NORFOLK, August29.-Cotton quiet; low mid
lUngs nv ; net receipts ] 62; exports, coastwise,
.00. Stock 838.
AUGUSTA; August 29.-Cotton market quiet and
uices easier; sales 140 bales; receipts 55; mid
nings 17c Five bales of new cotton were recelv
id to-day.
SAVANNAH, August 29.-Cotton firm; low mid.
liing IT\-c; sales 150; net receipts for three. days
?i; exports coastwise 1024; stock 226.
MOBILE, August 29.-Cotton nominal, low mid
liing 17al7Jio;net receipts. IIS; exports coast
rise 6S9; stock 8474.
GALVESTON, August 29.-Cotton dull and prices
lomlnal; good ordinary 14??'ai 5 c ; net receipts 32;
Hock 6318. - -
.HEW ORLEANS, August 29.-Cotton doll; prices
in changed; middlings 17 % air ?;c; sales 300 bales;
let receipts 371. Exports to Great Britain 34.
?ew cotton, coastwise,' 2489; to New York' 999.
Stock 26,537. Sugar, prime, 13c. Molasses 50a75c
ITOlakey 92Xoa$l. 03. Sterling 29.V; sight S |?
premium. Goldie.
"? ?? id :? -v . - . "
New York Rice Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, August 27: T?tere has
>een a little more activity in a jobbing way, but
io change in the general position of the market.
Jales of loo bugs Patna at 4% gold in bond, and
laty paid; 100 do 8vc; 3(10 bags Rangoon 7a7.-?c.
The new crop Carolina (5 tierces) bas also been
llsposed of to fancy city grocers: Carolina, com?
mon to good, 9 cwt, $8 75a9; prime to fancy, $
cwt, $926a9 37 V: Rangoon, $ tb, 7a7 V; Rangoon,
gold In bond, ~fi ?, 3Vi3.sc.
From the Journal of Commerce: The market JB
steady. The stock of both foreign and domestic
Ls light, and the trade continue to purchase fairly
as they have occasion to use. We notice sales of
300 bags Rangoon, duty paid, at 7a7i,'c. currency;
LOO bags Patna at 8 vc, currency; loo bags do in
bond at 4Vc, gold, and 0 tierces new crop Caro?
lina at l0%o.
From the Times: Rice has been slow of sale at
less buoyant prices. Sales 85 tierces Carolina at
?8 75a?, currency; 200 bags Rangoon, free, at $7
17 12V, currency, H 100 lbs.
Bast?n & Co.'s Cotton Report, for the
~ week ending August #6, 1870.
NEW YORK, August 27.-THE MARE ET.-In our
ast report the market closed Arm at i9Vc for
ulddllugs. Saturday the market was firmer for
^planing grades, under the influence of small of?
ferings and good demand; the low grades were
lull. Sales 1268 bales. Middlings J9>?c. Monday
there was more activity and prices advnnced vc
Sales 2<;88 bales at i9V'c. "Tuesday tnere was less
activity, but prices remained firm and unchaug
ed. sales 965 bates. Wednesday the market for
good grades was quiet and unchanged; the low
jjrades were dull and lower. Sales 800 bales.
i?Ji?! J&.the Jmarket waa qolet and prices a
**? 967 Dal-8- Middlings 13X0.
Sato 1289 balesT1**1 WM ^ ??Chansed.
-.?i2rl?g^tb^ wee* tn?e has been a good spin?
ning demand atan advance ?inIBBHM
or? gT??S?afterlteSaavflg
ures. The ononngs have been limited with ii ttl*
disposition on the part of^lSra wreaSe
.There was some demand ttKaSu^aSIS?Si
lng the early part ol the m^S^St?SWnSL
ble adview from Uverpo?.i pref nu^ bQveT rr,^.
operating, the market closing duli and heavy Ita
low grades and firm for the better grades
Spinners have been the principal hovers thia
weak, ?od the eplnnlag demand would probably
be greaterif tte suptdy of water at the muladas
not so limited. Exporters are oat or tne market
for the pr?sent. Contracte for August have ad?
vanced steadily since last Friday, opening at 18c, ;
and oloetag last night at 19c Md. . -
' Crop accounts favorable, with the exception of
Borne reports or damage from nat in Georgia.
We do not remember a season when there were so j
few complaints of damage. 1
Upland Kew
and Floridas. Mobile. Orleans. Texas.
Ordinary.14? 14? 14? 14?
Good ordinary.. 10? 16? 16? 17
Low middling...18? 19 19? " ? 19? I
I Middling.19? . 20 20? 50?
Sales of the week 7367 bales', Including 6598 to
spinners, 6W to-speculators,- and in* to ex?
porters. ' .I J?.'.
Gross receipts at this port for the week-5264'
bales. Since 1st September, 753,827 bales. '"
STATISTICAL POSITION- i870. 1869.
Stock In Liverpool. 524,000 248,000
Afloat from India...."''.324,000 "681,000
Afloat from America'.:'......;'. -i50,000 -20,ooo>
stock in London............r 25,-7eo- .. -.83,120
Afloat for London. 40,000,- 80,000:
Stock In Havre.".*.. ' 148,360 ' " '50,520:
? Afloat for Havre^. 52,76*; 118 618 !
Stock^Bremm,........-....^ .'20,160. /. .6,099'
1 Afloat-for-Brenlen1....:'.-.".:'.^.' . v..'/ ?403
stock uj-United:StatBB:pDna.-; j ,175,94?.-1 10,911
.Stock infinterlqr rownSj..av>v l7,jiio ; 621
?tarii^^^y^s?^flf?^. i,i?T,i92;
Exc^in'visible supply, com- >!'
paredwlth.l?w."..."" ...... l?,6oa
; Stock bf. cotton held by Man- _
.-Chester spinners at the mills. .55,000 125,000
Portee of: mia;-.Orteaua m Liver- , m.
pool..........-. .v...'.. :TF:.. 9?a6?d I3?ai3?d
Price of mid. Orl'ns in NV York.20?c ' -8s?c.
Price of gold...J6?. . 83 - *
j M ur ?ty, Ferris &Co.'s Naval Storeo
? Circular.''''-' -
NEW YORK, August 27.-SPIRITS TURPENTINE.
The business baa been Um i ted to the local trade,
which is fair for the season and barely supplied
by currents receipts. The Bales are 1850 bois?t
39a39?c merchantable, (a few lots at 40,) and in?
clude 865 New York bbls at 40?a41c There have
been few transactions at yard over 39C but at the
close, with a very small stock (SOO. bbls,) it ls
firmly held at 39?a40c. Reeelpts 912,, Exports
87bbls. - .
ROSIN.-The late active demand for turpenttne
has abated, and the business *>f the past week
has been confined to the re?ales of large parcels
J at $1 soal 90, at which the market closes firm but
irregular, Of other grades the sales reach 4000
bbls. at $2a2 25 for No; 2; $3"25a3 75 for No. 1: $<a5
for pale, and $6.12? ror extra pale. Receipts 6553
bbls.; exports 16,719 bbLs. ? ..
TAB.-There 18 no stock outside of the large lot
so long held by' one house, and prices have again
advanced to $2 76 for North County, and ts ror
Wilmington; but these figures are nominal, and
can only be realized at retail No receipts; ex
ports 30 bbls. -
Jtecalpta toy EtaUroad, August 39.
. .' _ SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
105 bales cotton, 69 bales domestics, 402 Backs
wheat, 125 bbls flour, 274 sacks bran, 106 caste
clay, 166 saoks oats, 22 bbls naval stores, 2 cars
stock. To Wagener A Merdaugh, G H Walter A co,
Pelzer, Rodgers A co, A J Salinas, Reeder A Da?
vis, Smith A Chapeau, Armstrong A co, G W Wil?
liams A co, F L Meyer, Wiss A cn, Frost A Adger,
L Elias, Camps?n k co, B O'Neill R Caldwell,-J N
Robson, and J R Pringle A Son.
PORT CALENDAR.
MOON'S PHASES.
First Quarter. 2d. 8 hours. 88 minute?, morning.
Full Moon, 9th, 4 hours, 61 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, l : th, 8 honrs. 10 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 25th. 1 hour, 14 minutes, morning.
Arc * SEPT.
29 Monday.
30 Tuesday......
31 Wednesday..
1 Thursday....
2 Friday.......
3 Saturday....
4lSnnday.
STN.
RX8X8.
5..33
6..34
6.. 85
6.. 36
6..37
5..37
6.. 88
STN
6KTS.
?..27
6.. 26
S..24
G. .23
C..22
6.. 21
C..19
MOON
a. * s.
8..41
9..10
9..66
10..41
ll..27
morn
12..17
HIGH
WATER.
9..47
10. .30
ll..21
morn
12..17
1.
3..31
XT A RINK If JEWS.
CHARLESTON, 8. C., AUGUST 30
ARRIVED YESTERDAY.
Steamer General Maniganlt, Cordes, Peedee
via Georgetown, S C. 7 bales cotton, 395 bbls
naval stores. To Shackeirord A Kelly, S D Mowry
A Son, Pelzer, Rodgers A co. Frost 4 Adger. J M
Caldwell A Son. J Marshall, Jr, S D Stoney, Good?
rich, Wlneman k co.
Sloop from Ashepoo-1600 bushels new rongh
rice. To L D DeSaussure.
Received from Ashepoo via Savannah Railroad
-?00 bushels new rough rice. To P G H asen.
AT QUARANTINE.
Brig Herald, from Matanzas. (This vessel was
erroneously reported as the Castillan-this last
has not arrived.)
CLEARED YESTERDAT.
Scbr Clara Montgomery, Hidderick, Jackson?
ville, Fla- W Roach A co.
SAILED YESTERDAY.
Brig F H Jennings, Noble, Boston.
FROM .THIS PORT. - .
Steamship Sooth Oarollria, Adkins! .New York,
Angus: 27.
british brig J L Pye, Walters,.Liverpool, Aug?
ust 15. ' >"
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT. '?
Brig C V Williame, Troyard. at Philadelphia,
August 26. .........
MEMORANDA.
The sehr Palma, Fankln, for Georgetown, S C,
cleared at New York August 26.
A Card from Pilot George R. Wilson.
CHARLESTON, August 2?.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
I see it asserted in yonr commercial news of
Monday that the schooner-W. L. Springs, Cap?
tain Jones, was boarded on Monda/, the 22n
tl?rty miles northeast of Charleston bar, and that
she was ran west southwest for two hours, and
then kept her orr southwest by south until 6
o'clock P. M., when we made a "buoy; soon after
which theves8el struck and kept thumping for a
dalf or three quarters of an hour, during which
fhrec tacks were mode to get into deep water.
w?e? L.? question was asked the pilot as to the
position of 'the vessel, he said she was off
Marleston bar; that we laid orr sL ire that night
and the next morning, made a buoy wblcli. I
said was Swash channel buoy, and made
several other marks all of whlGti I said was
located in our harbor; that I attempted to cross
the bar again in the afternoon and again put her
ashore, still thinking that I was in Swash channel.
Such a mistake would not have been made if
there was a glass aboard of the vessel. 1 boar?
ded the vessel fifty miles to the northward and
eastward off our bar; the weather was very thick,
ind I ran down W. S. W. until -I shoaled the
water, and then I kept offs. W. by W., and ran
that way until I made a bnoy, and by not having
s glass I took lt for our bar. buoy on Swash chan
oel, and I attempted to cross when we struck
I immediately tacked and she struct again
when I immediately hauled her ont and laid off
shore that night. At 12 o'clock the next day ]
isk> d the captain to take the snn, which he did;
ont gave me no satisfaction. Captain Pani Rai
aey, a St. Helena pilot, says that such a mistake
:an very easily be made, as the land in thick
weather corresponds very mach with the land off
nur bar. GEORGE R. WILSON.
LIST OF VESSELS
VT, CLEARED AND BAILED EOS THIS PORT.
F 0 RE~? ON.
LIVERPOOL.
rhe R B Cove. Harkness, up.Joly 12
Bark Annie Kimball, Stlnson, np.July 16
DOM E'S TIC.
BOSTON.
Brig Minnie Abbie, Harding, cleared... August 21
3chr Avon, Smith, np.August 25
NEW TORE.
Brig C V Williams, Thompson, cleared..August 15
>chr Matilda Brooks, Jones, cleared... .August 20
sehr Traveller, H >dges, cleared.August 6
PHILADELPHIA.
Steamship Salvor, Ashcroft, cleared. ..August 25
Brig C V Williams, Troy ard, cleared.. ..August 28
ichr Geo H Squire, Timmons, np.July 23
sehr Jos Segar, Ellis, cleared.Ar. gust 21
BALTIMORE.
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, up.August 24
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, up.August 18
NORFOLE, VA.
sehr George E Smoot, Granger, np.August 22
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I STEAMSHIPS.
ESTABLISHED 1845.
The superior first-class side-wheel steamship
MANHATTAN. M. S. Woodhull, Commander, will
leave Adger^ Wharf as above. . ruy
1 ?-The MANHATTAN ls one. of the fastest
steamships- an-the Atlantic Coast, mating her
trips in fifty to fifty-five hours, and her table ls
supplied with an of the delicacies of-the New
York and Charleston markets.
tW Insurance by this Line half per cent?il
?S- The JAMES ADGER follows on TUESDAY,
[September 6, at 3 Relock P. M. : ; .
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10R NEW YORK-THURSDAY.
The Splendid New iron: Screw Steamship
"CLYDE," will s all for New York on THURSDAY,
September l, at 4 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2,
Union Wharves, connecting with Day. Passenger
Trams froto Columbia and Augusta, arriviag at
hair-past 3 P.M. . ? ? ?
The "CLYDE'.' .win connect closely with the
Liverpool Steamship "WISCONSIN," of Messrs.
WILLIAMS A GCION'S Line, sailing. September
7th. -
Insurance by Steamers of this Une V percent.
For Fre'ght Engagements or PasBBge, having
very fine stateroom accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.. No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
aug26-6_
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THE REGULAR STEAM LINE-WEEKLY.
The Screw steamship '.SALVOR,"
Ashcroft, Commander, will eau for
Philadelphia, direct,on FRIDAY, Septernoerzd^t
ll o'clock A. M., from Brown's South Wharf.
" Insurance by the steamers of this lane *
per cent.
For Freight engagements, or Passage (cabin
$16,) apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent,
ang29-mtnthf4_No. 1 Union Wharves.
JpACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM-PY'S
THROUGH JJNB TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave ner^?>?
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal2fiflft_
6treet, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, oi the stn
and 2lst of every month- (except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preced?
ing.
Departure of the 21st connect at Panama with
steamers for Sooth Pacific and Central American
ports. Those of 5th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for Ja?
pan and Chma October 1,1870.
. No California steamers tooch a: Havan a, but
go direct from New York to AspmwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free. -
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANYS TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf foot of Canal street; North River, New
Tork. .F. R. BABY, Agent.
"Jvuyi6-lyr _;- . . ? .
JpOR GARDNER'S BLUF;
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVER, VIA SOUTH ISLAND- AND
GEORGETOWN.
.The Steamer PLANTER, Captain
I. T. Foste -, having been thorough?
ly'overhauled and refitted, will receive Freigut art
Accommodation Wharf on MONDAY, the 29th inst.,
md leave on THURSDAY MORNING, September 1st,
?5 o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, having superior state?
room accommodations, apply to
RA VENE L A HOLMES,
BBjjBjj_No. 177 last Bay.
p o R FLO R|,D;A,
(OXCE A WEEK,) '
HA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
ST. JOHN'S RIVER. ",^. aap 251
The Steamer DICTATOR will sall
Ul and after the 5th July for above ?_
31 aces every TUESDAY EVENI.NO. atsb^umcx.
Fare from Charleston to Savannah, including
neate and berth, f 3,_juiyi
JIHE ONLY INLAND ROUTE.
FOR EDISTO AND ENTERPRISE, VIA JOHN'S
ISLAND FERRY, CHURCH FLATS, YOUNG'S
ISLAND, BEAR'S BLUFF, Ac.
The Steamer "ARGO," Captain _ . *JT~h.
1. H. Proctor, will receive Freight
rt Accommodation Wharf, on WEDNFSDAYS and
SATURDAYS, and leave aa follows:
CHARLESTON. I EDISTO.
rhursday, Septic A MiFriday, Sept 2, 8>?' A M
Monday, SeRt 5, 12 M'Tuesday, Sept 6, 12 M
rhursday, Sept 8,2 PM,Friday. Sept 9, 1 P M
Monday, Sept 12, 7 A M (Tuesday, Sept 13, 6 AM
rhursday, Sept 15,9 A MiFriday, Sept 16, 8AM
Monday, Sept 19. ir M Tuesday, Sept 20, 12 M
Thursday, Sept 22, 2 P M Friday, Sept 23, l P M
Monday, Sept 26, 7 A M Tuesday. Sept 27, 6 A M
ruursday, Sept 29,9 AM? Friday, Sept 30, 8AM
N. B.-Freight and wharfage payable on tne
wharf.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
DOUGLAS NISBET. Agent,
aug30 ' Accommodation Wharf.
JN PLACE OF THE STEAMER EMILIE.
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer ST. HELENA, Cap
tain -.will receive Freight THIS_
DAY at South Commercial Wharf, andleave as
ibove on TO-MOKROW (Wednesday) MORNING, Au?
gust sift, at 5 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Georgetown on THURSDAY
AFTERNOON, September lat.
8HACKELFORD A KELLY, Agents.
ang30-l_ No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
JpOR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
PEEDEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN, S C.
The Steamer GENERAL MANI- . _ ?nTT""'*.
SAULT, Captain IL S. Cordes, ia feg - g5?
aow receiving freight at Atlantic Whan, and will
leave as above ou THURSDAY MORNING, theist
September. SHAUKELFORO A KELLY,
aog30-2_Agents. i\o. 1 Boyce's Wharf
VESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN AND
MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
captains and Stewards are respect-?SVG??L
rulJv invited to cai: and examine theJtAJfflK
tjnality and prices of oar GOODS. FuB welghi
znaranteed. Delivered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 276 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston. S. C.
tw Branch of No. 600 Broadway, New York.
JanZ4_
j U S- T RECEIVED,
CARBOLATE OF LIME, the best Disinfectant
and destroyer of Rats, Mice Bugs, Cockroaches,
tc A small quantity placed where they frequent
will at once disperse them.
Pendleton's Panacea, or Vegetable Pain Ex
tractor
A fresh supply of Fleming's Worm Confections,
the most reliable In use. ?
Also, a fresn supply of SEAL OLEUM, the great
remedy for Rheumatism.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. BA ER,
ma,80_No. 181 Meeting street.
E CELEBRATED THOROUGHBRED
Statiion "JONOE HOOPER" will staid this
i&ison In Spring street, near King. _r?t
Terms-$25 the season and $1 to the groom,
payable In advance. " , '
For pedigree and any other particulars, apply l
it No. ll vauderhorst Wharf jan8l m wi
-?r?v::::. . . ?fr.!?gsaz? /.- - ?? : di'
?.^.:c?.::V..-w : bflaoj?c ?S:.':
j-.2 I.va:;;.- Efiia ? ; ??Jj :.'-'? ?..
... . rs ..;
?A GL0RI0^S OH?NG:
That any Bl?k man survived 'the treatm
of fifty years ago, must be considered apr
.that' haman beings are very hard to. t
The lancet,' calomel,' 'cahtharidea and drastic p
gatives were then the order er the day. - The pl
slclan played aito theiancls of the apotheca
.'. . iii'.", ii-:. "T??."3.t?l|j -r~ V.- :>...v;'..t;'
. '.::::' vi: ' J ?.. ..;...*'/ fe^a:
and the an?o-tunato patient wasdrencbedmoi
lng, noon and night with prostrating medfcin
We live in a more rational and conscientious ei
The Importance of supporting Karore In ita confil
with disease is now understood. ' Complaints
themselves, weakening areno longer aggrav?t*
by artificial depletion. They are met with TOXIC
that rally the vital powers and enable them to il
feat the enemy. Chief among these alliea of Ni
rare, m its battles with sickness,7 is .
PLANTATION BITTKEfi.
This wonderful vegetable restorative'ia the shee
anchor cf tee feeble and debilitated. As a cordii
fer the aged and'decrepid it hasnoe?ual arnon
stomachics. As a remedy for the serr?os weat n es
to which the^tender Bex are especially Bnbject, i
is superseding every other stimulant and nervm<
Is an climates, tropical,'temperate or frigid, !
acts as a specific m every species of disorde
Which undermines the ? bodily strength an<
breaks down the animal spirits. Wherever i
is introduced it becomes a standard artlcii
-a.medlcmal staple. Druggists, although theil
profit upon lt is small, find it absolutely
necessary to keep . .preparation for which
everybody inqmres, and . for which nobody
wli] accept a BsbBtltute. It is to-day the most
popular medi?me in the civilized world.
Extensively as lt ls advenieed, its best ad?
vertisement is the beneficial result which
aniformly follows its use. Every bottle sold in?
sures the sale of at ?east half a dozen more. Un?
like otter stimulants, it 'braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral action,
rte cheering effect which it produces upon the
mind ls not momentary'/but permanent. There is
DO subsequent depression, lt does not, as is the
case with all otter stimuli, beget a craving for ex?
citants. On the otter hand, lt soothes and calms
the serves, comblntog.strange as the anomaly may
seem, thequalities of a sedative and gentle ano?
dyne with those ol a tonic and Jsvigorant.
The perfect purity or all its ingredients, their
admirable adaptation to the purposes they
are intended to subserve, the judicious pro
portions in which they are combined, sad
tte scientific skill with which they are blend?
ed, render this famous article at once the
most potent and the most harmless or all known
tomes and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists. aprt?
... ? : ? ; ..'?-?' .' ..
H ? PO II Ct - HO h I) ER S
LIFE AND TONTINE ASSURANCE COMPANY
OF THE! SOUTH
Ko. 39 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON"," S? C.
"::iJ/-vi. tai uii-a
L'
1 -"
Ci? J,-j>1iIJ ?J?v?V? uii iii .<. .
vn?.MoBUBjre*Y, .President. -,. GEORGE E. ?GGGS, Secretary?
E. P. ALEXANDER,. vice-President. anti Actuary.- JOHN T. DARBY: M. D., Medical Adviser.
J. F. G1EMER. vice-President. hrWrteut it Georgia. AUGUSTINE.!. SMYTHE. Solicitor. .
E. NYEHCtfcHlSON,. Vice-Pr?sident,'residen tin, JAMES CONNER, ConnseL
North Carolina,.,, .. <. ?? R. A. KINLOCH, M.D.,1 Local.. Medical Exam
" " " " ''"*..'*'. R. LEEBY. Ja.. M. D.. 1 "Ineffi. '
,:u:
::''!
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?hr.-:' .:) ?
'T :R TJ tm '??IC EES
wiuiim McBurney,
wn?am c. Bee;
Robert Mare M j .
Andrew Simonda,
John R. Dukes,
George W. Williams,
James R. Pringle,
Lewis D. Mowry
Wm. K. Ryan,
cato :;: v- . rr:
J. Eli-Gregg. .
J. Harvey wilson, i
E. Nye-Hutenison.
Z. B. Yance,
M. Mc Rae,
J. F. G ll mer, .-. .
William Duncan,
John Screven,
John L, Hardee,
John B. Palmer, .
R/Otteaie, Jr.,
John T. Darby, BC D.,
Wm. M. Shannon,
D. Wyatt Aiken, ,_.,.
Giles Jr. Patterson;' -?'
Rev. James F. Boyce,
Rott. L. KcCaugbrin,
George H.McMaster,
: .yt ..'Lj :J.'?
.I-., ... re .<-?:r r,?;.1 ,<?
Henry Bischoff. ,,' .
Wm. 6.:Whilden, " ' .'
A. 8. Johnson,
George H. Morie: t,
James Conner,
Georges. Bogga,
John H,<Devereux. !.
E. P. Alexander, . ,
E. J. Scott'1 .
:??*>?? vis
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Comptroller-General for protection or Pollcf^Holdera.
More thoa ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied tor ! . .-r v
Thls-Companr, having complied with all Oje conditions of its Charter, is now prepared to issue the
usual forms bf Life and Endowment Policies on the Cash system. ?.
.CASH ?-. PREMIUMS ! -CASH DIVIDENDS1 CASH POLICIES !
All Policies nt?n-for ref table after the payment ol ONE Annual Premium.
Paid-up Policies Issued on snrrender of the original lor an equitable amount..
Purely. MUTUAL i No Stockholders j AH Profits I'rvTDED 'among the Policy-Holdem.' Dividends
declared Amroally.1'0" "'. l" .'! 1 -.';.' ..". ..
Divldendronce.oe?laredaxe'non.-forfeltable, and may be used to reduce the Premium, to increase
the amount of Aasuvance, or tomake the Policy self-sustaining. Dividends left with, the Company,
however applied,; may be used; ltr case of need, topsy Premiums." ' - ?
Investments confined by Charter.to the most solid and reliable Securities.-:' .'? ' ? f
jfg- patronize the only Life Assurance Lu the State, and keep your MONEY AT HOME.
july4-3mosDAC
JOHN Hi -'SIMONS* Local Agent.
Silters.
Jj .1 P P'-M A.OST- ': s. I
GEE A T- GER M A N .B:-I T T E B 8.
THE PUREST MEDICATED' CORDIAL
K? v 'c. ? i. na > ?};s8R -. t?*?/ ; . . n. '
THE A GB !
< #yLlppman's Great German Bitters strength?
ens Ole debilitated. Ll ppm an'a Great Gerroa n
Bitters strengthens the consumptive. Llppman's
Great-German' Bitters cares Kidney Complaints.
Lippman's Great German Bitters cures Female
Complaints. Llppman's Great German Bitters,
an old German Tonic. Llppman's Great German
Bitters, toe mest dellghtxnl and effective In the
world. Llppman's Great German Bitters cares
"never weil" people. Llppman's Great German
Bitters gives an appetite. Llppman's Great Ger?
man Bitters cures .Liver Complaint. Llppman's
Great German Filters gives tone to digestive or?
gans. Llppman's Great German Bitters strikes
at the root of disease. Llppman's Great German
Bitters gives energy. Lipp man's Great German
Bitters cures Nervousness. Llppman's Gre? Ger?
man Bluers purifies tue Blood. Llppman's Great
German Bitters, the best Spring Medicine. Llpp?
man's Great German Bitters regulates the Bow?
els. Llppman's Gre it German Bluers excites the
Torpid Liver. Llppman's Great German Bitters,
best physicians recommend. Llppman's Great
German Bitters will give youthful vigor. Lipp?
mann's Great German Bitters cures debility.
Llppman's Great German Bluers. $1000 for a bet?
ter remedy. Llppman's Great German Bitters,
the favorite of Germany. Llppman's Great Ger?
man Bitters prevents Chills and Fever. Llpp?
man's Great German Bitters has met with suc?
cess everywhere.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA-, May, 1870.
MESSRS. JACOB LIPFMAN A BRO.:
Gentlemen-I hereby certify that I haveexamln
ed and used In my practice Llppman's Great Ger?
man Bitters. I regard them as an admirable
tonic and appetizer. J. W. POINDEXTER, M. ?.
Depots tn Charleston S?C:
W. G. TROTT, ED. S. BURNHAM,
A W. ECKEL A 00., G. J. LUHN,
W. A. SKRINE,
Wholesale Agents: .
HENRY BISCHOFF A CO.
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER,
DOWTE, MOISE A DAVIS, DruggiStS, '
CLACICS A WITTE.
LIPPMAN'SPYRAFUGE,
THE GREAT CHILL AND FEVER EXPELLEE
ONE DOSE STOPS THE CHILLS.
SEAR GRAHAMVILLE, S. C., November io, 1869.
MR. LIITSIAN: *'?
Dear Sir- Please send me half dozen bottles of |
your invaluable and infallible Pyrafnge. The
bearer himself vus cared of a two years' chill and
rever, and his whole ramil v. It has never faned
in a single case. Yours respectfully,
WM. F. ROBERT.
We annex herewith a few of the many certifi?
cates for the famous "OIL OF LIFE,'' in our pos?
session:
MAYOR'S OFFICE, GRIFFIN, GA.. I
February 8,1868. J
This ls to certify that 1 hav<; used Professor H.
H. Kayton's "Oil of Life" In my family, In a case
of aggravated "Neuralgia in the Face," and after
three applications, gave permanent relief.
aprl8-6mo8_w; N. CLINE, Mayor.
itltsccllanxcns.
" MARENGO "
FEVER AND AGUE CURE.
A certain cure for CHILLS AND FEVER-a gen?
uine Southern preparation, purely vegetable; a
tonic and fever preventive, highly recommended,
and stands unequalled by any preparation now
offered. To person? residing in unhealthy sec?
tions it is invaluable.
Warranted-No Humbng.
For sale by all Druggists, and by
G. J. LUHN, Agent,
Druggist, southeast corner'King and John sts.,
innl8-4mosDAC Charleston. S. C.
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
Tcrt'ams OF
Patent Portable Circular Saw Mills,
Stationary and Portable
STEAM ENGINES
GItlST MILLS, <6c.
No. 5 Schroeder Street,
HST Send for Catalogues'and Prict>List3.
juneis-smosDAW
Macijiiurrj, <?aslings, &i.
"WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
MACHINE,
we the best in use.
For sale on the-Lease*Pl?n, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. All ninds o?
Machine attachments, Needles, Cotton, (white,
black and colored,) SUk, Oil, Soap, Ac., Ac.
Repa Iring as usual. Circulars and samples of
work sent on application.
D. E. HASELTON,
General Dealer in First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 807 King stree;,
aogn ? . Charleston. 8. C. ,
E
R I C S S O N
CALORIC ENGINE.
SAFE, ECONOMICAL, DURABLE. USES NO .
WATER. REQCIKES NO ENGINEER.
Having made arrangements ror manufacturing
this ENGINE on an extensive scale, we are now
pr pared to furnish to ali desiring a light powfr,
tse best and most economical Engine ever offer,
ed to the public.
DELAMATER IRON WORKS.
FOOT OF' WEST 13TH STREET, NEW YORK.
BRANCH OFF:CB: JAB. A. ROBINSON,
m ay so-3moB No 130 Broadway. -
B
ARREL MACHINERY,
WELCH'S
PATENT BARREL MACHINES
For tight and slack work.
Will make barrels of every description, sncb as '
WHISKEY. LARD,
BEEF, POKK.
.MOLASSES*.BEER, . o
FLOUR. TURPENTINE
AND OIL BARRELS.
These MACHINES will make Barrels from either.
[ rived or sawed staves, and produce them in the
most perfect and beautiful style, as well as
stronger and better than those made by hand,:
I. and at a reduction of aoouPouc-balf of the cost of
I labor. .
MACHINES FOR CUTTING STAVES
and making headings for Flour Barrels for sale,
combining all the latest and best Improvements.
The Barrel .Machinery can be seen in operation
'at the St. Louis Barrel works, probably the most
extensive and complete In Its line in the United
States.
For Machines and patent rights address
PETER WELCH,
St. Louis Barrel Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Send for Descriptive Circulars.
aug2-tus2mos
jniscdlarieons. *'
TRISH ROOFING FELT.
THE BEST, CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Material for Rooting known.
For sale by
CAMERON, BARKLEY ? CO.,
Corner Meeting and cumberland streets,
mch24 fimo Charleston, S. C.
J?NOCH MORGAN'S. SONS'
(ESTABLISHED 1409.) "
(211 Washington street, N. ?.
S A PO LI O
- Is Betterand Cheaper than Soap.
mchltuthSmoB
T
HE FOUNTAIN SYRINGE.
SELF ACTING.-NO PUMPING.-NO AIR
INJECTED.
The ber. universal SYRINGE In the market.
It ls recommended by the first Physicians of the
country.
It is so simple that it cannot get out of order.
There are no valves, and nothing that wul cor?
rode. One will last a life time. ?-Jr:
Dr. JOS H. WARREN, an eminent Phlslcian, of
Boston writes to the manufacturers:
"From the fact of Us simplicity and correct
principle in the structure of yoar 'Fountain Sy?
ringe,' and for the easy manipulation, practicable
result, and comfort to the patient, 1 have recom?
mended this instrument extensively."
The Profession are invited to call and examine
the apnaratus. "
For sale, wholesale and retail, hy
, Dr. H. BAER, A .
No. 131 Meeting street,
may3v Agent for Soath Carolinas

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