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The Dying Hu-band to lils Wiro.
Draw nearer to me, darliu?; my weary hoad wou'd rest.
In thlB last parting inouion', upon thy faithful breast ;
And place yo?r baud in mluo, lovo, as oft you did of
When anguish wrung my brow, lovo, and peace for mo
My end tina' weary life, lovo, has closod, aud wo must
But happv 'tia to ?lio, lovo, thuB pillowed on thy heart.
Tho noblest ol the land, love, the bravest of the brave,
Far, far Irons home or kindred, havo found a namaleta
Mo baud I f friend or brotbor, no wlfo or dear ones
To soothe their dying moments, or boar their latest sigh.
Thoo why should I complain, lovo, tho' hard to patt
The weary Joiirn-'y's ended, my brokon spirit's free:
And still I murmu- blesuluRS, at vorgo or life's eclipse.
And usher lu ihn futuro with piayors updn my l>ps,
For her who loved so truly, tor her, my friend and
In fortuuos blest or adverse, o'er clinging to my side,
Through all life's pains and pleasures, tbrougn go*d re
port and 111,
With love, unsflflab proving, a faith unswerving still.
I soo our obi ?lrou gather around my coach of pain,
And, sad to think, their faces I -e'er may vio* ?r ?In.
But sorrow ylelis to comfort; tholr pious mother's left;
Hnr holy strength their guerdon, tho' of tbelr sire bereft.
The light is slowly fading; thy voice I faintly hear;
Oh 1 press my baud moro olosaly,-feel on it a tear.
Woep not for mo, my daihng, we'll Boon bo Joined
In brighter ?oenes than this, love, whore there'a no sin
nor pain. A.
Veto of the Montana. Bill-Tho President's
The following is the mesaago of the President
giving his reasons for not signing tho Mon tana
To the House of Representantes :
I herewith return, without my approval, tho bill
entitled, "An Aot ereoting tho lerritory of Mon
tana into a Burveying district, and for other pur
The bill contaius four sections, tho first of
which ereots the torritory into a surveying dis
trict, and authorizes the appointment of a Sur
veyor-General; the second constitutes tho Terri
tory' a land district-, the third authorizes the ap
Sointment of a regiBter and receiver for Bald
?strict and the fourth requires the Survevor
General to "select and survey eighteen alter
nate odd sections of non-mineral timber lands
within aaid district for the New Yoik and
Montana Iron Mining and Manufacturing Com
Sany, incorporated under tho laws of tho State of
ew York, which lands the aaid company shall
havo imm?diate possession of on tho paymont of
one dollar and twenty-five cents per aero, and
shall havo a patent for the samo whenever, with
in two years after their selection, they shall have
furnished eviduncos satisfactory to the Secretary
of the Interior, that they ereotod and have in
operation on the said lands Iron works with a
oapacity for manufacturing fifteen hundred tons
of iron per annum; provided that the said landa
shall revert to the United States in case the
above-mentioned iron works be not erected with
in the specified time, and provided that until the
titlo to tue said lands shall havo boon perfeot, the
timber shall not be cut off from more than one
section of the said lauds."
To confer the special privileges specified io this
fourth section appears to be the chief objeotof tho
bill, tho provisions of which are subject to some
Of the most important objections that induced mo
to return to the Senate with my disapproval the
bill entitled "An Act to enable the Mew York and
Montana Iron Mining and Manufacturing Compa
ny to purchase a certain amount of the publio
landa not now in market." That bill authorized
the same corporation to select and survey in tho
Territory of Montana, in square form, twenty-one
sections of laud, three of wbioh might contain coal
and irou ore, for whioh the minimum rate of $1.25
?ior aero was to hu paid. The present bill omits
iieao _u_ti,.i." ?r ?...o"i i?nriR. and directs the
Burvoyor-Goneral to select and survey tue timber
lands; but it contains the objectionable feature of
grunting to a private mining and manufacturing
corporation exclusive rights and privileges in the
publio domain which are by law denied to individ
uals. Tho first ohoico of timber land in the
Territories is bestowed upon a corporation for
eign to the Territory, andover which CoDgreaahas
no control. Tho Surveyor-General of the district,
a publio officer who should have no connection
with any purchase of publio land, is made the
agent of the corporation to select the land, the se
lections to bo made in the absence of all competi
tion, aud over eleven thousand acres aro bestowed
at the lowest price of publio lands. It is by no
means certain that the substitution of alternate
sections for the compact body of lands contem
Slated by the oth? r bill is any less injurious to
no public interest; for alternato seotiune stripped
Of timber" are not likely to enhance the value of
those reserved by til0 Government. Be this as
it may, this bill bestows a largo monopoly of
publio landa without ad?quat* c?2_*._G?_tlon
?onfors a right and privilege in quantity eqmva
Jent to B?veuty-two pre-emption rights; intro
duces a dangerous system of privileges to private
trading corporations, aud is an un just discrimi
nation in favor of traders and speculators against i
_dividnal settlers and pioneers, who are seek
ing homes, and improving our Western Ter
ritories. Such a departure from tho long estab
lish od, wise and just policy whioh has heretofore
governed the disposition of the publio funds, can
mot receive my sanction. The objootions enume
rated apply to the fourth section of the bill. The
first, second and third seotions, providing for the
appointment of a Surveyor-General, register, and
receiver, aro unobjectionable, if any necessity re
S aires the creation of these offices, and the addi
onal expenses of a new surveying and land dis
trict. But they appear in this instance to be only
needed as a part of the machinery to enable the
"New York and Montana Iron Mining and Manu
facturing Company" to secure these privileges: for
I am informed by the proper department, in a
eommnnloation hereto annexed, that there ia no
public necessity for a Surveyor-General, register
or receiver, in Montana Territory, since it forms
part of an existing surveying ana land district,
wherein the publio busiueaa is, under present
laws, transacted with adequate facility, bo that
tho provisions of the first, scc.md and third sec
tions would occasion needless expense to the Gen
eral Government. ANDREW JOHNBON
Washington, D. 0., July 28, 1866.
Tub Cotton Chop.-A Mr. Ben. 0. Truman
writes a very long letter to the Now York Times
upon tbe cotton crop. He states that having
spent nearly the whole time since the war at the
South, ho ventures to give his opinion. He sets
out with a summary of the evils whioh have befal
len the erop thus far. Ho Bays a consider
able amount of seed that was piantod was worth
less; in many places the weather has been ex
tremely unfavorable; "worms and insects havo
.nade their dread appearance in many seotions."
Yat he assumes there will bo half a crop. He oo_
t-nds that there are as many hands engaged in
Staking cotton this year as in 1860, yet "a half
KiUlion more might havo found employment."
These are statements, that aro curious enough.
Xobody behoves that as many are engaged in cul
tivating cotton this year as in 1860, whatever they
gaay think with reference to the ira nib cr that
might have been employed. The following ra Mr.
Tau_t_i's table contrasting the orop of i860 with
his propheoy :
Alabama. 989056 . -SooiO
Arkansas.. 867,898 l'O.OOfl
itlMlda. 65,169 100,000
?sorg-..,,. 701,8.9 200 000
MM-?B.......:.. 777,788 825,000
jUM_dppl.,.,. .1,202.607 600 000
Boith OaroUna.. 868413. 160,t0i
.?.nnaaaae. 908,?-! 1M.0M
Zaxaa. 431.46* ?oo.ooc
Urg?ala.. 13 729
Allowing that North Oaroilna win maka 8..0C0 balta
H would swell my estim?t? to 2,676,000 for 1860,
History of tim Atlantic t'nl?!.-.
The Now York, Newfoundland and London
Telegraph Company, but known to tho publio
generally na tho Atlantio Cabio Company, was
organized in 1854. In March of that year air.
Cyrus \V. Field, his brother, David Dudley Field,
and Mr. Chandler White woro commissioned to
proceed to Newfoundland to obtain from the Uov.
ornmont of the Provinco an aot of incorporation.
On arriving at St. John's thoy callod upon the
Governor, who convoked tbo Executive Council
tho earno-alay. The Governor gave a favorable
auBwor to the Commissioners, and immediately
sont a special message to the LegiBlaturo, then in
session, recommending them to pass an act of
incorporation, with a guaranty of iftorest on the
Company's bonds to tho amount of ?00,1)00, and a
S rant of fifty squaro miles of land on tho island of
owfuundland, to bo eoleotod by tbo Company.
These- terms were agroed upon.
OHAKTS EXTENDED TO THE COMPANY.
Additional grants woro subsequently received
from the Governments of Prince Edward Island,
Nova Scotia, Canada, and tho State of Maino; and
aftorward from the Governments of Great Britain
and tho United States. Tho governmental grants
extended to the company are as folio .-.e:
Exclusive privileges for fifty years of landing
oableB on Newfoundland, Labrador, and then: de
Tho exoluoive right embraces a coast line ex
tending from the entrance of Hudson's Straits
southwardly and westwardly alung the coasts of
Labrador, Newfoundland, Princo Edward Island,
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and the State of Maino,
and their respective dependencies.
Grant of fifty square miles of land on completion
of tho telegraph to Cape Broton.
8imilar oonoessiona of additional fifty square
miles when the cable shall have been laid between
Ireland and Newfoundland.
Guarauty of interest for twenty years at five per
cent, on ?50,000.
Grant cf ?5000 in monoy toward building road
along the line of the Telegraph.
Remission of duties on importation of all wires
and materials for tho nee of the Company.
PBINOE EDWABD ISLAND.
Exclusive privilege for 50 years of landing ca
Freo grant of 1000 aerea of land.
A grant of ?300 currency per annum for ten
Act authorizing the building of tolograph linos
throughout the Provinces.
Remission of duties on all wires and materials
imported for the uae of the Company.
Grant of exclusive privilege for 25 years of
landing telegraphic cables from Europe on the
shores of this Province.
STATE OF MAINE.
Similar grant of exclusive privilege for Uko pe
riod of 21 yoars.
Annnal subsidy of ?14,000 sterling until the net
profita of the company reach 6 per cent, per
annum on the whole capital of ?350,000 sterling,
the grant to be then reduced to ?10,000 sterling
per annum for a porind of twenty-five years.
The aid of two of the largest steamships in the
English navy to lay the cable, with two subsidiary
A Government steamship to take any further
necessary soundings and verify those already
Annual subsidy of $70,000 until the net profits
yield 6 per cent, per annum, then to be reuueed
to $50,000 por annum for a period of twenty-five
years, subject to termination of contract by
Congress after ten years, on giving one year's
Tho United States steamship Arctio to make and
verify sou nil in us.
Steamships Niagara and Susquehauna to assist
in laving the cable.
A Government steamer to mako further sound
ings on tho coast of Newfoundland.
By the mails wo have the following addition
al particulars in rolatioh'to tho laying of the
REPORT OF CYRUS W. FIELD.
Heart's Content, July 29.- The steamship
Great Eastern lett Shoernous on Saturday at noon,
June 30, and arrived at Boar Haven on Thursday
morning, Jnly 5, a d received tho bataneo of her
coals and provisions. The other steamers joined
the Great Eastern at Bear Haven, as follows:
The William Cerry and Terrible on Friday, July 6,
and tbo Albany on tho 7th, and the Medway on
tuesday, the 10th inst. On Saturday, the 7th of
July, the end of the Irish shore cable was landed
from the William Cerry, and at 2.30 next morning
the laying whs successfully; completed, and the
end buried in 94 fathoms, latitude 51.40, longitude
10 degrees 8 minutes; distance from tbo telegraph
house at Valentia 27? miles, 294 miles of cable paid
out. Wednesday, July 11, Her Majesty's steamer
Racoon arrived at Hear Haven io render all as
sistance in her power.
Thursday, 12th 4lL8tant__The Great Eastern,
T".L7.u.y, Alluny, Terrible and Racoon near one
another. Service held at Valentia and prayers
offered np for the successful laying of the cable.
Friday, July 13th-The shore oud was connect
ed to main cable on board the Groat Eastern at
2.40 P. M., and the telegraph fleet started for New
Foundland and the Racoon returned to Valentia.
Tho telegraph fleet Bailed in the following order:
The Terrible ahead of tho Great Eastern on the
starboard bow. The Medway on tho port, and
the Alluny on the starboard quarter. Weather
thick and foggy, with heavy rams. Signala were
Bent through the cable on board the Great Esst
eru and to the telegraph house at Valentia, 2440
nautical miles, and fouud perfect
Saturday, 24 th-Dist anco run, 108 miles; oablo
paid out 116 miles.
Sunday, 15th-Distance run, 128 miles; cable
paid out, 139 miles.
Monday, 16th-Distance run, 115 miles; cable
paid out, 137 miles.
Tuesday. 17th - Distance run, 118 milos; cable
paid out, 138 miles,
Wednesday, 18th-Distance run, 105 miles; cable
paid out, 12d miles.
Thursday, 19tli-Distance run, 122 miles'; cable
paid out, 125 miles.
Friday, 20th-Distance run, 117 miles; cable
paid out, 127 miles.
Saturday, 2let-Distance run, 122 miles, oablo
paid out, 136 miles.
Sunday, ?2d-Distance run, 123 miles; cable
paid our, lt? mile?.
Monday, 23d-Distance run, 121 miles; cable
paid out, 138 miles.
Tuesday, 24th-Diutauco run, 121. miles; cable
paid out, 138 miles.
Wednetday, 25tb-Distance run, 112 miles; cabio
paid out, 130 miles,
Thursday, 26t.h-Distance run, 128 milos; cable
paid out, 134 miles.
Friday, 27th-Diatanco run, 112 miles; cable
paid out, 118 miles, which, with the shore end, off
Valentin, distance 27 miles, cable paid out 29
miles, malling the dist anco run 1669 mileB, and
paid out 1864.
Arrived at Heart's Content at 8 A. M. July 27th.
Average speed of ebip from the time tho splice
waa made until we saw land, was little less than
five nautical miles per hour, and the cable has
been paid out at the average of GJ miles per hour.
What Inddbtbv Can Do.-The Riobmond (Va.)
Dispatch has the following :
Two young farmers in Albemarle have accom
plished, on m farm of three hundred and thirty
three aerea, the following resultB : In the first
part of the year two freedmen were hired, but
their laziness and unwillingness to perform their
duties caused the young farmers to discharge
them after a tew weeks' trial, and since that time
they have performed all the farm labor them
selves, except occasionally in harvest the biro of
day laborers for a few day?. The boya rise by
1 early dawn ; one milk? the cowa, the other feeds
| and ourrios tbo hones, and attends to the hogs
, and oattlo, And, alter an early breakfast, perform
, earnestly and industriously whatever work is
i naoeoaary to be done ; their fields have been well
i raked and plowed, and th' result Is good crops,
i realhsed aa-d prospective. They have reaped from
. irt-oen to wrenty acres of the moat exec dent
; whaat, are now engaged in reaping seventy acres
' of oat? ; have sixty acres of corn in first-rate or
der ; have aleo reaped several aoree of bay ; have
one aere in Irish potctoes ; ovar one acre of gar.
dan vegetable? ; and bave also a plenty of chick.
, ena, dooks and tu' key?, with all the luxuries and
comfort? to be found on a well oultlvav-d farm.
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MAN EYES made to order and lnsertod by Drs. F.
BADOH and P. GOUOELMANN (formorly employed by
Boibsonnxau, of Parts), No. 599 Broadway. Now York.
*_T AWAY WITH SPECTACLES_OLD E?EP
?nade new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cants. Addrett
B. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
*_r COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP_THIS CELE
BRATED Toilet Soap, In such universal demand,
a made from tbe choicest matorlals, la mild and
.molllenttn Ita nature, frafirnntly scented, and
extremely beneficial in Ita action upon tho skin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
February 7 lyr
jrisrlTOHl 1T0H! ITCH1 BORATO HI
BOBATOHI 80BATOH1 WHEATON'S OINTMENT
will our? tho Itch In 48 hoars. Also cores Salt lihou in,
Dicers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of tbe Skin. Price
60 cents. For sale by all druggists. By sending 60
cants to WEEKS k POTTER, Bolo Agent?, 170 Washing
ton street Boston, It .?rill be forwarded by mall, free o!
postage, to any part of the Dnlted States.
June 4_ Otaos
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and best In the world I The only true aud perfect UAH?
DYE. Harmless, Sellable and Instantaneous. Produce?
Immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
out Injuring the hair or skin. BemetUea the IB effeota o
bad dye*. Bold by all Draggbrts. The genuine la signed
WTT.T.TAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
BEGENEItATTNO EXTRACT OF MILLEFLE U R8,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
OHARI.KB BATCHELOR, New York.
4ST 8 P E O I A L NOTICE. - "ORE ATOA KH FRO ?V
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to th
elman race spring from causes so small as to almost
ely detection. The volumes of so.entlflo lore that fill
tho tables and shelves o i the medica fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while you may. The smallest
pimple on the akin tell-tale and indicator of disease;
It may fade and die aw a j from the surface of the body,
bn wl ?reach the vita )i .perhaps, at last,and death
'lethe rean aud Ana close. MAGGIEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, an DIARRHEA PILLS ouro where al)
others fall, While for Burns Scald i Chilblains, Cute,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGIFL'B Salve la in
fallible. Bold by .T. BLAGGIEL, Ho. 48 Fulton-street,
Nsw York, and all Druggists, at 25 cents per box.
September 36 lyr
JW SWEET OPOPONAX, PERFUME FROM
MEXICO.-Sweet Opoponax-Try It once.
8woot Opoponax-Will never uae any other.
bweet Opoponax-The richest and choicest per
Sweet Opoponax-Tbe ladles' delight.
Sweet Opoponax-A rare and most exquisite Perfume,
far surpas'l-g in its rich and dollcious flavor any that
has yet been offered to the publio, either imported or
otherwise. It la rendered by Ita splendid qualities s
delightful extract for the bandbercblef. It la tbe mont
delightful, lasting, and fashionable Perfume ever used.
Try It. E. T. SMITH k CO.,
July 7 BtuthUmo Floral Perfumery, Kew York.
JO-THE 8ALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT
TERS la without precedent ha the history of tbe world.
There is no secret In the matter. They are at once the
moBt apeedy, strengthening bealtb-restorer ever dis
covered, ii ra-tja.roi. bat ? rnneln trial to understand
this. Their purity can always be relied upon. Tnoy
are composed of the celebrated Cal baya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomilo Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wlntergreen, Aulne, Oloverbuds, Orauge-peol,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
Ho speakers, and persons of literary habits and seden
tary life, who requiro (ree digestion, a relish for food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak porsons are certain to find
in these Bitters wbat they have so long looked for.
They purify, arrenrithen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet,
They overcome effect? of dissipation and late honra.
They atrengthon the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent invars.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach*
They cure Dy.popiia and Ooustlpatloa.
They ours Diarrhea, Cholera aud Cholera Morbua.
They ?ure Liver Complaint and Nervana Headache.
They are the boat Bitters In the world. They make
the weak sun atrong, and are exhausted nature's great
The following startling and r. iphatio statements cap
be seo? at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. F. OBimc, Chaplain of the 107th Hew
Near Aoquia Sbbkx, March 4th, 1863.
Owing to the great exposare and terrible decomposi
tion after the battle of Antletam, I waa utterly prostrat
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi
cine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. D-KB, of New York, was proscribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gave me Immediate relief. Two bottle? almost allowed
me to Join my regiment. * . . . I have since seen
them unod In many oases, and am free to say, for hos
pital or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Rev. E. F. CRANE, Chaplain. .
Letter from the Rev. N.'E. Gilds, St. C1-1rs vii lo, Pa.
G__aTU_EHi--You wore kind enough, ou a former oo
-aston, to fiend me a half donen bottles of Plantation.
Bitters for $8 60. My wife having derived ao much
benefit from the nae of theae Bitters, I desire her to
continue them, and you will please ?end na six bottles
more for the money enclosed.
I am, vary truly, yours,
N. B. GILDS, Pastor Ger. Ref. Church,
Bold-na' Hoick, 8or_?_<T_jrnxirr'B Orno-, \
OrKorwNATi, ohio, Jan. 15th, 1863. j
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
sur nobls soldiers who s op here, more or lass disabled
from various causes, and the offset la marvollous and
Buch a preparation as this is I heartily wish in avery
family, in every ho.pltal, and at hand on ?vary battle
field. t*. W. ?. ANDREWS, Bupcrlnrandeot.
Dr. W. A. On-B, Bargoon of the Tenth Vermont Be
rrimant, wrltea:-"I wish avery soldier had a bottle of
FlantatioB Bitters. They ara the meat effective, per
fect, and harmless tonto I ever need."
WnJ--'s Hotel, 1
WiJaxrnioTOH, D. O. May aid. 1868. J
GaWTLXiac-i :-We require BBOther ?upply of your
Plantation Mtters.the popularity o whioh dally in
oraases with tim? guests of our ho-ao.
SYKES, CHADWICK li 00.
Ao, 4c A?, a-a. Ao.
Be aura that ?vary bottle bears the fao-stmile of e_r
signature on a steel plate label, with our private stamp
1?. S. DRAKE 4 00.
Be. 9M BROADWAY, ?. Y.
SoU 9f ad. .??BiaaB-laBraggiaT-?, Phytaton?, CWoa-te
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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
E. LYMAN, President..GEO. F. SNIFFER, Treasurer,
SOUTHERN BRANCH OFFICE,
AARON WILBUR, Manager,
NO. 89 BAY-STREET, SA^^NN^AJH
POLICIES ISSUED AND PROMPTLY PAID AT THIS OFFIOE.
Ten Year, Non-Forfeiture, Endowment and Life Policios, issued by this Company.
Dividends on Mutual Policios, paid in cash, applied on premium, or added to tho policy.
No extra charge for Southern residence.
ZQ-IEIE &c CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON, No. 1 BRO AD-3T.
P. GERVAIS ROBINSON.Examinino Physician,
July 23_ _mthB
TINNEBS' STOCK AND TKIMMINGS.
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July l8 e=>
j?- SI?-IILilA. SIAIILiIBUS CUKANTUR.
PREVENTION AND ODBE
Aa the season advances, aud Dysentery, Cholera Mor
bos, attended with Fevers, are becoming common, a
PREVENTION for the ASIATIC CHOLERA Is a necessi
ty with ovory individual and ovory family.
In the last visitation of Cholera in this country, Dr.
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC was regarded, wherever the
pressure on bis time allowod it to be introduced, as the
surest PREVENTIVE and most effectual OURE given to
Of those who use the PREVENTIVE faithfully, only
about five per cent, woro attacked, and ef cases treatod
the mortality was loss than four per cent.
One-haif ounce vials.$1.00
Pocket cases, throo three-quarter vials, and bojk of
directions, completo. 3.00
family ?juhjii, thro? ono-ounco vials, and book,
Sent by mau free on receipt of price.
ANCHOR 8YPHILOID, cures Gonorrhoea, Gloet,
Old urinary Complaints.$3.00
STAB 8YPHILOID (caso of three bottles and book),
euros recent Syphilis, Chancres, Buboes.,6.00
Sent by mall on receipt of price.
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Company,
No. 662 Broadway, New York.
KING & CASSIDET,
W. A. BK.HI.VK.
A. IV. ECKEL de CO., Retail Agents,
No. 331 KINO-STREET, 4th dOor above Markot-st
April 14_stnth6moS|_Charleston. B. O.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS,
They purify strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They ara an antidote to chango o water and diet.
They overcome effects o ) dissipation and late hoar*
They strengthen the systenVand enliven the mind.
They prevent mlaamatlo and Intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
Thoy cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They onre Diarrhoea, Cholera and Cholera Morbos,
They oure Liver Complaint and Nervous Haedaohe.
They are the beat Bitters in the world. They nuki
the weak atrong, and are exhausted nature's great re
storer. They are made of pure St. Orelx Rum, the cele
brated Calisaya Bark, roeta and herbs, and are take?
with the pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age
or time of day. Particularly recommended to delicate
persona requiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by all Oro
eera, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. Only genu?n
.rhen Cork la covered by eur private U. B. Stamp. Bt
ware of counterfeits and refilled bottles.
P. H. DKA2E A CO.,
No. 31 Park Bow, New York.
October 38 ttnth lr
KATHAIRON IS PROM THE GREEK WOB1
"Kathro, " or "Eathalro, " signifying to deanes
rejuvenate ana restore. This article la what Ita mun
signifies. For preserving, restoring and beautifying thi
human k* air, it ia the most remarkable preparation in th?
world. It Ia affala owned and put up by the original
proprietor, ead la now asede with the same care, skill
and att?nue? wale* gave H a sale of over one million
bottle? per annan.
It la a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates aomrf and dandruff.
It keepe the head oool and olean.
It make? the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It provento the hair from falling off and turning gray
It restore? hair opon bald heads.
Any lady er gentleman who values a beautiful heat
of hair should ?se Lyon's Kathalron. It la known ant
used throaghout the civilised wort*. Bel* by all re
rpeoiabla asolara. DEMAB BABNEfl k OO.,
October? Staehlyr - 'Nsw York
DB. TjAWBaWOB-B OBXXBtUTlD ANTJ-STPHI.
UTZO, warranted a certain ear? far BTPHILIfl
ta all ila ton**. Entirely viciable. /
tarif *t sale by aU Dn _&*-%*.
XCXM-C? Oc OASBIDHY,
J*t?ey ? stow* QmaJtaM-tWi, B. 0.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. P1IIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOOK NORTH OF MARKET,
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE
on hand a full assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, HOAPd, BRUSHES. PER
FUMERY and FAN.JY GUODH, and aro prepared to
supply physicians and pr?valo families at cheapest mar
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER, M. D.
THE MOST INVALUABLE REMEDY POU THF PEB?
MANENY CURB OF
FOB THE CERTAIN AND SPEEDr ODRE O'*
Arising from a debilitated slato of the Stomaoh or Liver
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OF OUB.
ead take none other, and yon will not be disappointed.
The trade supplied on tat most llboral terms by the
Proprietor and Manufacturer,
C. F. PANKNIN,
NO. 123 MEETINQ STREET, '
Charleston, 8. C,
EOT PLEASE OBSERVE THE FAO SIMILE OFTHB
PBOBPIBTOB'S SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDE
Also for sale at
0. W. AIMAB,
r R. P. M, OOHBN,
DAWSON k BLAOKMAW.
& H. KELLERS k OO.
And by Dragglsts generally.
THH5 UAmVt?tXH ?O. OA. JUUHUJAL
rPUBLIBHB]) KTEB? 8ATUBDAY MORNING IB
^^J^*J***mnettaT?1?? B. O. by W. ?. ?. BM*
jCntrca, -aHireclnllATB rar annomtn adysarnttaf . ,
dollars foi isc ra- le ? X