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Tiie Daily News,
TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ll,. 1866.
The Great West vs. the Bast.
Mr. Editor of'ike Daily Netos .--My attention
has been called to a very able article in your
paper of the 4th inst.; on the "Great Wost."
After paying a very just tribute to its rich Boil
andvmighty streams-its strides in wealth and
opulence-you use the following language :
Morally it is a sink of iniquity. Its society to af
a lower order, iind shows a .le?? rfSmM^
proprieties and even decencies of ^J?1 m*?fd
course than that of any other?countryinthe world
having the least pretensions to e, Jgf
der arson and robbery tire rife incidents or piga
Sery piper, while in the hot beds o its demgrali
ISSrierism, Freeloveism ^?>gg j?*
other disgusting humbugs have risen to the dig
niTv of sects-while Mormonism has obtained re
? n5S ? requires a separate State for its sole
Such sweeping language will bo read with sur?
prise by tboao who have over visited or spent any
considerable time in the regions alluded .to. The
\ belt of country between the Ohio ,River and the
\ Gulf of Mexico, is p?opled with a class y?ry similar
in every respeot to that of South Carolina. Be?
fore the war it had its vast throng of land pro?
prietors, whose purity of moral character, waa in?
ferior to none on this Continent; its beautiful
women, whose chased dignity, superb education
and elegant address, gave them pre-eminence
evenin the proud cities of Europe. .
If "murder, arson and robbery" exist, its sup?
porters are gang? of thieves that ever follow in
the .wake of wealth ; and opulence; for instance,
. take New York, ?London, pr Paris, but visit those
oitieB and you will see nothing of it, unless you
keep ?the compary that supports it. So with the
Elopements, Seduction, Fourierism, Freelove?
ism and Spiritualism aro the offspring of Yankee
Puritanicaliem, and if you follow them to their j
source, you will find them in tho inhospitable re?
gions of New England, which is far removed from
the "Great West."
Bigamy and Mormonism are one. Their haunts
Of vice are in the "Great Basin" on the western
Blbpe of the Rocky Mountains, ?nd. do not form
any part of the country known as the "Great
Weat."- ' .'
;\ North of the Ohio Elver the poople?-tho land
^foprietors-differ materially from those of the
South. . They aro a.roughj hardy, democratic peo?
ple, in actions,if not in senUmont. - They detest
aristpcracy;,thei.r highest aspirations are a good
farm, phiu. hying and a moderate education.
They aro inveterate politicians, me harBh lan?
guage, and; hate with a vengeance. Thoaowho
geek their political favors mnst succumb to those
semi-ignorant whims, hence the trash that infest
tho halls of Congress from that region.
The merchants, bankers and inoorporatod com
,paniea: o? tli? We'Bt ate'usually liberal in tho ex?
tr?me. 'Travel where you will and you will find
ti?nWof that' groveling; p'onurious shylockian* that
seems to be the ruling theme of tho Eastern
. Mono'pblie's/'Just glance, if you please, at the rail
.Vo?ds'of South Carolina, who aro just now making
?C??rSestob. a way elation between. Augusta and
Now York. : See the enormou?.extortion practioed
' w?th'Mmpiib?i'v oh thc oil kons of this Slate by
oorpdrcuon? ol' every class, -from ono io three
hm .creel poi: cent, in advan?;? of tate; before tho
war. Sknr^ihip, rai're-.d. wharf an.! gos coi.;
panics r-ll combine to ornsh th? heart's blood out
, ol' a aiij once the pride and admiration ol' a proud
aud arwtooratio-a pure and good people; Would
.theV"Great West'''stand fchl?? I will answer my
?wn questionV- ;N?ver ! never! .
The'people would rise in the majesty, of their;
power and demand a change;'^ th? change !didj
not'iiuit them, they would keep changing: till tho;
evil-was corrected.. Meetings of merchants andj
aH inter?st?d *w?uld be ??lled, resolutionsj adopt-!
ed, and th'e'tre'mblmg shiiroholders, fearing a pop-j
ular-outburst, would've1 only to?' glad to comply,
befpi'e 'the coming storm-that "next meeting of;
the Legislature." Terrible things those Legisla-j
-ture? ?n'the ;"Great West" for ' disobedient corpo-j
'Tati.OnsT>-KJitW'in ?outh 'O'?.r?lifla? Alas 1 alas I;
Weil, Rome ?'aV had its day, and so with this .oboe!
nqbi? State. ' .
Compre the declining East with the Great.
; West-what you. say Mr. Editor ? W. H. K.
Repudiation by the Legislature.
" To the Editor of the Daily l\rews :
... It appears that the Legislature has under con?
sideration three propositions for the relief of
.debtors. .I?rst.n-It is proposed to allow defen?
dants to litigate as muoh as they may desire, re?
sist the payment of honest debts as long as they
choose, subject plaintiffs to as muoh trouble as
?"poasible,. aud.in reward -fry way of relief to. the
> debtor--mulotthe plainti? in costs. This proposi?
tion seems tb:bs monstrous. It can hardly be
'seriously entertained; No one doubts that,' were
? it possible to help debtors, in this the time of ex?
treme necessity, it wbidd be proper to do so; but
'.will creditors be entirely , forgotten ? Haye they
no rights ?,', Have they met with no losses ? ' Haye
.many, of thom.not converted almost their, entire
estate into Confederate securities, receiving the
. currency of the oountry as long as we had a Gov
I, ernm?nt tnat. .we. could, caU.'.burs ?, By ; what
.principle of justice is it now proposed to subject
?this class of our .community }to further losses? It
. is in vain to suppose that, the costs will not come
. out of some one. Attorneys; cannot, nqr w?l they,
give their services gratis.. Tne Clerk and tlie
Sheriff must bo,paid; expenses of levy and salo
must be met; and whon ail these expenses come
out of a'small debt, how muoh' will be left for the
honest litigant? The smaller the debt the heavier,
proportionally, will be the expenses.,. Men of
moderate ability are mostly the owners of small
debts.- Twenty or thirty dollars to the poor hard?
working laborer or merchanio, is a matter of more
consequence than thousands owing to his'richer
neighbor. A moderate commission would com-.
" peDsate the, officers of the law for the collection
of the large debt, beoause that would amount to a
considerable sum; but tho trouble and expense of
collecting the small debt being the Baum, half of
the amount would, in many eases, bo insufficient.
Tue Euglish Common Law is tho embodiment of
- ; wisdom. Few improvements have over been made
troon it by statutory enactments of a recent day.
r,4!nS,to our law, as it now stands borrowed
irom tho English law, every litigant goes to law
ai ms peril. Jt hii claim proves to be unjust, he
must pay the costs and charge to which he has
TM?0??^-.opponeut. if right and justice
are withheld bf dishonesty, the costs ure
the penalty, and who should bear them but tho
party who made it necessary to tay them out?
corrupt, fallen man requires every inducement to
honesty, which can bo held out to him. Morai
obligations move tho upright to pay their debts,
nut nothing but the fear of loss either of credit or
means by way of costs, move verv many tuen. Re?
lieve this class from tho payment of some penalty
lor withholding from tho honest man his dues,
and they will pay only whenever they aro forced,
A premium is offered to delay and dishonest
litigation increased tenfold.
The second proposition is the abolishing ?
prisonment for debt.
It would bo interesting and, perhaps, ust
inquire of each lawyer in the Legislaturi
there are a goodly number there), first,
many honest men have you linowu incarci
in jail for debt ? Second, How many debtor
you knowu from whom a debt could not 1
tr.ietcd save hy ca sa.? I think it will be
thal the answer to the first question will 1
every one of these gentlemen, none. T
second, they will answer many.'\2Vbne and vi
no honest man confined; many dishonest d<
reached only by ca. sa., whicb'is an effectual
dy. Abolish imprisonnjQnt lon debt-j-relie
honest man from confinem'ent, because thei
none confined^-and dpstroy the only mea
reaching tbe dishonest 1. If this is relieving
ors, "May God save th? mark." If this i
"framing iniquity by a hw;" it is certainly en
aging it by. the repeal of a wholesome law.
good man can. always find bail,' and, if unal
pay, can be delivered by. our .prison bound at
solvent laws. The dishonest can, in a thoi
ways, put his property into such a shape thi
fi. fa) can reach it. : >
The' transient'trader may traffic and trade
? th?'resident on his contract, but cannot hil
be held to answer, because he carries his n
;in his pobkot. Our people want credit in
present impoverished condition. They are e
Srising;'give them time, and they will work
ut taie away from the creditor ono of his ni
for enforcing the collection of his debts, ac
lis the more.pressing to secure at onco the ti
ble property which his debtor has lefi. E
debtor, disposed to avoid the payment of
debts, will make haste to convert his pror
into a species that can not be reached by a
An inducement is offered the debtor to dispo
his property, and tho fear of this urges the ci
tor to use diligence in getting a lien. Tho e
of this change is, as the other proposed alt?
tive, to increase liti<;ation, and multiply the
sought to be remedied. "What man is there 1
if his son ask bread, will give him a stone ?"
The third proposition, viz: the amendmer
the insolvent laws-I shall not consider, aa
changes proposed aro not by the papers n
known. It cannot bo denied that somo
changes might be made. Perhaps nono woul
better than such an amendment as would a
voluntary bankruptc)'. When the debtor ?
himself hopelessly involved, let him make a
and honest surrender, retaining only what the
allowa, and give him a discharge. The re-en
ment of the homestead law, so as to exempt f
levy and sale, on debts hereafter contracte
larger amount of property than is now exen
would work well. Other changes might be E
gested, but as your correspondent has rather ta
tho side of the creditor, whose rights are not m
considered, he hardly thinks that his remarks
this latter subject would be productivo of m
good, > t )' . FAIR PLA1.
TROUGH PASSENGER 'ARRANGSMBNT.-By re.
enco to our advertising '"columns it will be s
that the South Carolina Railroad Company h
effected arrangements with a line of steamers,
whioh passengers oun be carried through fr
Columbia to dotham, ut tho low rate of$27
told. This is about tho old price; and all porsi
who can resist the persuasions of old Neptu
and aro economically ,, disposed, will go by t
route, us it is a saving of at least ten dollars o
any other line.-Columbia Phomix.
SALE DAY brought tho usual assemblage
citizens, but nothing of interest transpired in I
way of business. Several auctions attracted
share of atteution, but the evident scarcity
greenbacks and national currency interfered w
a lively trade, and perhaps created dullness in I
The farmers tell us that tho recent, rains ht
somewhat improved their, condition,' and witlit
assistance of turnips arid .sweet potatoes they i
confident of warding off starvation. It ia an
leres ting question, however, in' regard to t
freedmen, especially those who made ..contrai
j-for- a sit JW. of the crop, fctiiee the (..tapie ero
hayo well nigh 1'nilod, r.n? thc govcrruuout li
wiilidrawD its geuorouh bund from thc "ui?tl?i
I wards," thei'o ca-u he no .-doubt that th'.'ir cohi
I (iori is likely \>j become hopeless and discourage
I iu the extreme. Tho Legislature ?ow in ses.'ii
ia expected to contrive relief uni.-'.'-.Tilly, and
ocurso-it will provide for the-thousands of color
I .paupers whoso carland, comfort,haye been ge
erou8ly .(^"turned over to,an,impoverished Sta!
i We shall congratulate the Legislature that ina
i grirfttt?s'measures to meet all tho' wants and nece
j sities of the times.-Anderson Intelligencer. ?
GREENVILLE AND C?L??IBIA RAILROAD-REDU
TION OP FREIGHT.-The Columbia 'South Oar
hbian, 'referring to the completion, of the railrot
bridge over Broad River andi tho surmounting
other obstacles that have impeded the progrei
of the Greenville' and Columbia Railroad,. givi
the following information in regard to a reduotic
"Since; these ''drawbacks ; no longer, exist, tl
.President, Mr.,.,Hammett,..'aliV?.^o the, wants i
the community? has directed ,a great reduction i
?the,priced freights, and in a day ,?r, two it ..will I
anaounced.tfaat goods ; will', be carried the entii
length of the road 'oheaper than' they are no
'jtraneforred'oVbr any other road in the State, i
proportion to the length in miles. With a con
mendablo sympathy ibr tho poorer and snfferin
class?s, lie has directed that all necessaries of Iii
ehall.be materially reduced in tho point of freigl
charges, and through freights from Oharlesto
will be transferred without coat to the shippe
from one depot to the other."
Com ia selling in oui* market at $1,50 and $1.7
per bushel.', The new crop is about ready for use
and ii it now sells for such prices, what may thos
of us who make none expect todo next summet
We do most earnestly counsel our planters to us
their grain as economically as possible, so as t
have a su?ficient;quftntity f?r bread for themselve
and all., others who depend up?h them for i]
There must be great suffering' and probabl,
starvation in some instances if ??r corn crops ar'
grodigally used.. Let all be saving, and we ma'
o able to livo next year.-Bennettsoille Eastern. '
THE RUST IN COTTON.-We have h?ard withii
the past few days much complaint' of the rust ii
cotton. It will doubtless shorten the crop in thi:
and the adjoining districts.-Camden Journal.
Tho Picken? Courier says that on the 25th ult.
near the Oonneross Bridge, on the road from Ten
dleton to Fair Play,' Mr, Elias , H. Cleveland auc
others met an unknown person, supposed to be t
negro, on.horsebaoK, The party hailed, and thc
man jumped from the horse aud made his wuj
into the woods. - Adark bay mare, with severn
white spotar upon her,' was taken possession of,
and may now be found at Mrs. Mary Cleveland's,
noar Snow Or?ek Postoffice, in that district.
?, The Florenoe Gazette tells of a robbery in that
place by a freedman, who entered tho store of Je?
rome P. Chase & Co., took the money drawer, and
appropriated its contents. He waa detected by
means of money being identified, and was ar?
rested by a Northern man .planting^in that vicin?
ity, taken into'oustody bv- a number of respect,
able..freedmen,, who*, administered twenty-five
lashos ?ud banished him' from tho town.
, RICE HARVEST.-We. received a few days ago
from Weebaw plantation, tho property of Mr. H.
A. Middleton, a half dozen heads of rice, which
remiud us that tho harvest is about to commence,
the. specimens received being r?ady for tho hook
ere thia. Wo understand that Ibero is a prospect
of a very fair crop on Woehaw, and wo take great
pleasure in chronicling the fact, as it is but sel?
dom wo aro able to givo encouraging views of the
crops on our plantations. We understand that
the harvest has commenced on sonio of tho plun
CHOPS-Tho entire middle portion of tho StaHo
hay Buffered severely from drought-ha? in tact
boen almost ruined ; whilo narrow strips along
the sea coast and also along tho mountable have
fared a little better. The only corn worth gather?
ing that we have seou between Columbia aud the
mountains Hes within forty miles of the Blue
Ridge. lu th afc atrip of Piedmont region tho corn
is poor ; but south of that strip the corn is ruined.
W e have been told that a strip along tho coast is
also moro fortunato thau thc int wier.-YorkoUle
A CoNi-EUEBATE FUNERAL.-Tho Ladies'Momo
ruu Association, 0f-Frederioksburg, hi his father's
leqnoat, had removed to Fredoricksbiug, recent?
ly the remains of John K. Witherspoon, Jr., of
Camdon, .South Carolina, who was killed while
bearing a dispatch from tho Rapid?n to General
Leo s headquarl or?, on 20th of Augiul, M Ho
was shot by a Federal spy, Kho wa3 afterwards
hung. HG dieri a few hours after ho was shot,
and was buried in the orchard of Willis Madden,
in Culpeper County. On Sunday evening last his
funeral ceremonies were performed in tho Pres?
byterian Church. Rev. Mr. Tebbs, of the Metho?
dist Church, Rev. Mr. Maury, of the Episcopal
Church, and Rev. Mr. Gilraer, of the Presbyterian
Church, took part in the services. Mr. Gilmer
preaching an appropriate discourse. A very large
congregation accompanied his remains,* to the
cemetery, where ho was interred. So says the
RETKIBUTION.-Tho Union Republican-not Radi?
cal-merchants of the North and West, who have
been in the habit of purchasing their gooda in
Philadelphia, aro writing letters, stating thut iii
.consequence of the*discourteous treatment winch
tho President received from tho .uuyof and Conn-'
eil of that city, they shall transfer their patr?n
age to Baltimore and New York. Tho Philadel
phians are disgruntled and begin to curse their
authorities by the volley. .
[Gotumhia South .Carolinian.
REVIVAL_The Walnut Grove Baptist Church, in
Abbeville District, has recently enioyed a precious
revival, during which thirteen nappy converts
were added to tho church. The feeling of inte?
rest was deep and general, and muoh good eeem
! ed to have been accomplished in the meeting.
I .null' ??-.??'?niinmiiBi.iliain IITI~T '?iiiiniiP"-r"-"irmwr-Mni
i ag- COLGATE'S HONE?'SOAP.-THIS OE?J^
BBATED Toilet Soap, in each universal' demand,
a made from the choicest materials, is mild And
emollient in its nature, fragrantly scented, and
extremely beneficial in Its action npon tho skin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fancy Gooda Dealers, '.
February 7_ lyr
^irSi'EOIAL NOTICE.-"GBEAT0AK8 FROBt
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
oman race spring from causeB so small as to almost ,
efy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that IUI
the tablet and shelves o i the medica fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while you may. Thesm?lleof
pimple on the ukin tell-tale and indicator of disease;
It may fade and die awa from the surface of the body,
bu wi )Jreach the vita )(,perhaps, at last and doatb
bethe resu and fina cloue. MAGGIEL'S BILIOUd
DYSPEPTIC, an DIARRHEA PILLS cure where all
others fail. While for Burns Scald Chilblains, Outs,
and all abrasions of the Bktn, MAG GIF L'S Salve is in?
fallible. Sold by J. SIAGGIEL, Ko. 48 Fnlton-atxeei,
Row York, and all Druggists, at 36 cents per box.
September 25 lyr
(OT AWAY WITH SPECTACLES!-OLD E?E<!
made now, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet malled free on receipt of ten cents, Address
2J, B. FOOTE, M. D" Ho, 1180 Broadway, Hew York..
*iT ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU?
MAN EYES m?do to order and inserted by Drs. F.
B??0H anc P. GO?GELMANN (formerly employed by
ROISHONNEAV, of Paris), No. 599 Broadway, New York.
April 14_ ? _lyr
??ar MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AN ESSAY
of Warning and Instruction ior Young Mon. Also,
Diseases and Abusos which prostrate the vital powers,
with sure mans of relief. Sent free ot. charge in sealed
loiter envelqies. Address Dr. J. BKILL?N HOUGH?
TON, Kowari Association, Philadelphia, Pa. 1
j?' BOI?EST & BURKE RECEIVE TH.h
latest New Yori DAILIES every alterno. >n? Price . lo
. v.' . . 2
JB3-THK S.VLE OF THE PLANTATION BIT?
'i HR-* is with?ii precedent in the history of Ibo world.
There is no SQiif.c.t iu tho matter. They aro at once, tho
?aoat sticcidy, sircugtlieniug health-restorer over dis?
covered. lt requires hut a ningle trial to nodorataud
this. Their purity can always be relied upon. They,
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen, AEise, Cloyerbuds, Orange-peel,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Bnrdooir, ?
. They aro especially recommended to clergymen, pub
lie upeakora,anil persons of literary babita and seden?
tary life, whe require ired digestion, a rollah for food,
and olaar mortal faculties.
Delicate fonales and weak persons are certain to find
in these Bit tra what they have so long looked for.
?hoy yuri/;, a treug thou .and invigorate. .
Theyeroati a healthy appetite.
? They are ai antidote to change of Water and diet.1 .
They' pvoroml effects of dissipation and late hours.' '
They Etren j then the system and enliven the mind. '
They prevat miasmatic and Intermittent fevers,
.i They purifi the breath and acidity, of the stomach.
They euro dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Marrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They pure liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They aro te beut Bitters in the world. They make
the weak mai strong, and are exhausted nature's great
restorer. \ \.
The followig startling and emphatic statements can
be seen at ou office.
. Letter of Riv. E. F. CBANE, Chaplain of the 107th New
York Regimen :
NEAB ACQDIA CEEHE, March 4th, 1863.
Owing to tin groat exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion after tho h ttl o of Antietam, I was utterly prostrat?
ed and very sjk. My s tomach would not retain medi?
cine. An ar tile called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DBAXE, oNow York, was prescribed to give mo
strength and h appetite. To my great surprise they
gave mo immolate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
me to Join mjregiment. . * * * * I have since seen
them used in nany oases, and am free to say, for hos*
pi tal or privai purposes I know of nothing like them.
I ; Rev. E. F. CRANE, Chaplain.
' Letter from ho Rev. N. E, GELDS, St. Claireville, Pa.
GENTLEMES-You were kind enough, on a former oo
easion, to sen me a half dozzen bottles. of Plantation
Bitters for $3 ?0. My wife having derived so muci
benefit i from he use of these Bitters, I desire . or to
continue then and you -will plea.se send m* C.1X bottles
more for the louey enclosed.
Im, very truly, yo-:rs,
N. E. GILV., Pastor Ger. Ref. Church,
SOLDiltJ' HOME, SUPEBINTEKDKNT'S OFFICE, )
' 'IKOINXATI, OHIO, Jan. lath, 1803. j
* * . * # * * * * *
I have g'veijvour Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
eur noble sohfars who slop here, moro or loss disabled
from variuus tuses, and the effect is marvellous and
Such a pfogrntion as this is I heartily wish in every
family, In over hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A, Cti.i>H, Surgeon of the Tenth Vermont Re?
giment, writei-"I wish every soldier had a bottle ol
Plantation Bibra. They are the most effective, por
fect, and harness tonio I ever used."
Wn.LAnn'8 HOTEL, )
VAsniHOTON, D. C., May 22d, 1803. j
GENTLEMEN-Wo require another supply of your
Plantation Bters, tho popularity o which dally in?
creases with le guests of our houBO.
SYKES, CHADWICK k CO.
ko, kc. kc. kc, kc.
Be sure tht every bottle bears the fac-almlle of our
signature on steel plate label, with our private stamp
over tho cor?
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Hold by all espectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocers
Saloons, audonntry Hotol/ideolors.
April 1? thstuiyr
MS- SWEET OPOPONAX,' PERFUME FROM
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Sweet Opoponax-Will never use any other.
?sweet Opoponax-The richest- and choicest per-;
fame. ' 1 ; ' ,
Sweet Opoponax-TheVladies' delight.
Sweet Opoponax-A rare.and most exquisite Perfume,
far surpassing In its rich ' and delicious flavor any that
has yet been offered to the public, either imported or
otherwise. It is rendered by it? splendid qualities a
delightful extract for toe.handkerchief. It is the most
deUghtfnh lasllng, and fashionable P?rfdme ever used.
Try it. >. B?E ???A]rif3 T. SMITH & CO.,
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*3- SIMIUA SIlUIIilB?S CUftAN'PlJIt.
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PREVENTION AND CURE
, : > "?F-' 1 ' ' '
As the season advances, and Dysentery, Cholera Mor?
bus, attended with. Fevers, aro becoming common, a
PREVENTION for the ASIATIC CHOLERA iSanecessl
ty with etery individual and every family.
In the last visitation of Cholera in this country, Dr.
; HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC was regarded, wherever the
i'presBureoh his time allowed it to be introduced, as the
? surest'PREVENTIVE and most effectual CURE given to
the public. ?
Of those who use the PREVENTIVE faithfully, only
about five per cent, were attackod, and ef cases treated
the mortality was loss than four per oent.
One-half ounce vials..'.$1,00
Peoket cases, three three-quarter vials, and book of
directions, complete. 8.00
Family cases, three one-ounce vials, and book,
Sent by mail free on receipt of price.
ANCHOR SYPHILOID, cures Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Old Urinary Complaints.:.$2.0
STAR SYPHILOID (case of throe bottles and book),
' oures recent Syphilis, Chancres, Buboes.[6.00
Sent by mail on receipt of price..
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Company,
No. 502 Broadway, Now York,
KIM & CASSIDEY,
W. A. SKKINB.
?A. W. KC KEL ?Ss CO., Retail Agents,
No. 231 KING-STREET, 4th dOor above Markot-st.
April 14 stnthemos: Charleston, 8. C.
KATHAIRON IS FROM THE GREEK WOES
"Kathro, " or "Kathairo," signifying to oloan?
rejuvenate and restore. This artlole ls what Its nain*
Bigniflofl. For preserving, restoring and beautifying th*
human fe air, it is tho most remarkable preparation in tba
world. It ls ?gajn owned and put up'by the original
proprietor, and is now mado with tho same care, skill
and attention which gave it a sale of over one dillon
b'ot?os por annum.
It ls a mort delightful Hair Dressing,
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the hoad cool and clean.
It'makos tho hair rich, soft and glossy.
Ti prevents tho hair from falUnp o<T and tnr".1t;p ,trn?
It L-?s?oves bs.li- upon bald heii'ls.
Auy lady or gentio?-au who values a beiwlffnl hee.d
of hair should nae Lynn's Katjtairon. His known ta?
u*cd throughout tht? clrHI?cd world. Sold by ali M?
qp'ectbblo dealers, DE3fi.A? BARNES ft O0"
October ?8 etutuiyr New Vori.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify strengthen and Invigorate',
They or?ate a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change o water and diet.
They overcome eifects o ) dissipation and late hon?
They strengthen iie system and enliven the mind,'
They prevent miasmatio and Intermittent fevers,
They purify the breath and acidity of the atorasen,
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation,
They cure Diarrh?es, Cholera and Cholera Morbus,
They cure Liver Complaint ind Nervous Headache.
They aro the best Bitters in the world. They nuki
the weak strong, and are exhausted nature's great r?
storor. They are made of pore St Croix Rum, the cele?
brated Calisaya Bark, roots and herbs, and are taken
with the pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age
or time of day. Particularly recommended to delicate
persons requiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by all Gro
oers, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. Only genuin?
when Cork is covered by our private U. 8. Stamp. B?
ware of counterfeits and refilled bottles.
P. H. DRAKE St 00.,
No. 31 Park Row, New York,
OotoberSfl ?,_._ shrill'ly
CURED AND PREVENTED.
Ii* Ht? TSf
THE UNIVERSAL REMEDY!
>S MIW flflHRim
CORES PAIN INSTANTLY !
AND IS A POSITIVE PREVENTIVE OF ASIATIC
CHOLERA, YELLOW FEVEB, SMALL
POX ANb OTHER PESTI?
INSTANT HELP NEEDED.
TN VIOLENT DI8EA8ES, INSTANT RELIEF 18 RF
OUIUED.-ASIATI'J CHOLERA, YELLOW FEVER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS, COLIC, Fi'iV,
SHIP FEVER, CROUP, DIPTHERIA, may prove, iutal
within nu hour or two, if not checked by a powerful an?
tidote like R/iDWAY'd READY RELIEF; and all acute
and inllanimiitory maladies, whether Rheumatism,
Neuralgin, Inflammation of the Kidneys, Bladder,
Urinal difficulties, Inflammation of the Womb, aud, iu
fact, nil diseases fraught with immediate danger, yioltl
at once to this commanding curative.
Tho P.KADY RELIEF is as sudden in its operation ns
tho malady itself. It is more active than the virus of
tho most swift and deadly epidemic. With this Reme?
dy nt hand* to use on the first symptom of pain and
uneasiness, uo person neod suilor au hour's sickness.
AS A PEEVE NTI VE,
When pestilences prevnil, either Asir.Hc Cholera,
Yellow or other Fevern, RADWAY'S READY Bl'XIEr,
in doses of from 1U to 30 drops, in a glass ol water,
should he taken three or four times per day. As a ais
inlectant, it will neutralize the poison of Infection, Keep
tho stomach clean, assist digestion, and ns a ^inuM.^
stimulant and tonic, impart strength ?nd t^ _t? ? ?
depicted and paralyzed ?landa and organs oft hfs>sleii
All who will use the RADWAY'S ?BAD Y MUbW
escupo sudden attacks of Cholera ^f^Somey.
Price only CO cents per bottle. Sold hy druggists eveiy
RAD WAY & CO,,
No. S?HAIDK.V-I.1I.KE, MSW VORU.
KIM & CASSIDEY,
NO. 151 MEETING-STREET,
Charleston, S, C.
Septem ber io
BT EATING tho "Egyptian LOTUS," Tennyson's
.'Chorantes"'become nothing but worthless loafers; ii
;he had given them PENNEY'S glorious Perfume from tho
samo beautiful flower, they would havo become USEFUL.
and ELKUANT gentlemen, ind their wivos, LADIES.
":" :E "
As VINCENT WALLACE'S MUSIC to the ew; as the
polished Parian marble to the touch ; as the morhiug
star'to theislghty so; is .PENNEY'S 'exquisite Perfume of.
EGYPTIAN LOTOS to the smell.
ALL BEAL BEAUTY is allied to religion, even although ,
it only approaches tho truth. It was' this instinct
Ithat made tho Hindoos wear the EGYPTIAN LOTUS in.
their mythological processions: bilt PENNEY, in his DE?
LICIOUS PEEI/UME from that flower, has surpassed the?
ancients,- ?;..;' .> ? ?- c
NAT?BE, UNDO'UBTEDLY,;?B'the substratum of all; but;
man, by refining on lt, mates'himself her absolute su?
perior, as witness, Rosaiui, in his manipulation of ocean,
j forest and ; bird music, and PENNEY, innis EGYPTIA?.
. TBEBE I8 A ?BEAT DEAL OF CANT about.whioh ifr
best, the useful or the beautiful. That only is THE best...
that UNITES BOTH, as PESNEY has done in his EOYETIANT 1
! LOTUS PEBFUME.
MIEEUDEAU, the wonderful French Orator, when,
dying, asked for the odor of flowers. If ho was living,.
0, how eloquent would he be over PENNEY'S EGYPTIANS
LOTUS I , '
"BniNG FLOWEBB, FBESH .FLOWEBSI" cried ihe de-1
lightful Mrs. Hemans. A distinguished American
Poetess has nearly finished a song on tho perfection,of '
tho Floral KINGDOM, PENNEY'S EGYPTIAN LOTUS.
As HENBY CLAY in eloquence; as Blondell in painting;
as Hart in sculpture; as Bonnor in nowspaperdom ; as
Spear in mining; as Ferham in. North Pacifia rallroad-j
ing, so America's beautiful and refined women Bay,' .
PEHNEY is in his EGYPTIAN LOTUS.
No, 151 Meeting strept
i. G. A. R. *
FOR THE CURE OF SYPHILIS IN ALL IT?
THI8 EXTRAORDINARY AND TE?LY VAL?EABLE.
Medicino ls prepared with'tue utmost shill and 'care,
by a regular graduate of Medicine and Pharmacy, frpni
fresh BODTHEllN MEDICINAL ROOTS ANDREBBS,
and is therefore
:It completely neutralizes the peculiar Syphilitic ?
poldon, and eradicates every particle of the taint from
the system forevor.
SST This is not a remedy that MAY CURE, butane
thot DOES and WILL OUBE ovory case without failure,
when taken according to directions, .
zftT* Neither ls it a romedy to, be tried, but one that
has been tried sud thoroughly teated in some of the
very worst cases of secondary and tertiary Syphilis,
and in every case lt made a complete cure, and gave the
sufferer a new lease of life, health, strength, and happi?
USS" It is now being used and recommended in their
private practice by some of the most eminent physi?
cians In tho United States.
A FEW RECOMMENDATIONS FROM PHYSICIANS'
Dr?. Duggan, Barnes, and Klnfe, of Wilson, N. 0.,
certify "that LAWRENCE'S ANTI-8YPHILITI0 is an
officient and valuable remedy, and that it has perform- ?
od remarkable cures."
Dr. Blake, of Baltimore, Md., says: "Your remedy ia -
performing truly marvellous eui es in this city."
Dr. Smith, of New York, writes: "I have fairly test?
ed your ANTI-SYPHILITIC in as bad cases as I could
Qnd in the city, and in every instance it made a com?
plete and rapid cure. It really seems to possess almost
magical powers." '
ay Wo could procure numbera of certificates from
patienta, but of course delicacy would forbid them from
signing their full names; but certificates are of small im?
portance any how, as a fair trial will convince the moat
sceptical of the real merits of tho Medicine.
REARER, STOP ! PAUSE ! THINK !
Have vru ever been affected with Syphilis in any of
?ts form's? If so, do not run the fearful risk ol? entail
hu h'Ji rkt diseases upon yonr children and children a
children to tbs third and fourth generations, but be
positively sure to drive every vejiga of the disease
rom your system ut once, by taking LAWRENCE'S
^ir^It' h i^nemi remarked by a celebrated medical
?riter "that if Syphilis and its effects could be stopped
iialf of th? diseases that nov,- ulllict tho human family
" ?ar This1'valuable medicine is pWsaiit to tho taste,
lasTdeliglitlii I odor, und is not in the leatt injurious.
V-/T For by all druggists, and
KIM & CASSIDEY,
NO. 151 MEETING- STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
ij?T-BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.-T??
DUS. RAOUL & LYN AH
SAVE RECENTLY RECEIVED ALAPGESTOC
DRUGS, SOAP, PEBFUMERY AND PBO .
AHY AND FANCY ARTICLES, which tbov o'
Wholesale and Retail Tho/ would call special
on to tho following ; ?f
lax Seed (ground)
A pi oca
ii Iv. Liquorice
Medicine Ghosts (Piar
Medicine Cho9ts (6hij.