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Before the Gmt*.
They gfv?'tl'e whole long day to Wie la ugh ter,
lo niiul ?cmg eui j*?*. '
To ?noooB ?'X eooerneee. aald.e. after.
ind silence?, as idle too asta* res-1.
But when at last upon their way returning,
Taclrmrn. late and loath, ?
Thro ugh t. - e nroao meadow in-the sunset burning,
They reached th? gate, one sweet spell hindered
them r otb.
Ser heart was troubled with a subtle anguish
Such aa but wom?n know
That wall, at>d lem love .peak or speak not lan^iish,
And Vt they would, would rather tb. y would
Till be ?alu-man-like nothing comprehending
OX all lue * on circus eulie
That women won wm tbem-elves with, and bending
Eyes of reientlea asking ou ter the while
"?h. if bevond ibis gate 'be path united'
Ou- ssv ati tar as oe*, h.
And I m gb; o, eu lt 1-" HI? voice, affrighted
At li s own darug, ?altered under his breath.
Then she-whom both his faith and fear enchanted
E?r b> yuud wurde to teu,
Teoling har woman's finest wits had wanted
? " The art he baa that ku ew to blunder so well
Bayly drew near, a little step, and mocking,
. - Miall we not he too late
l'or tear" she said. "Tm quite worn out with walk
Yts, tberka, your arm. And will you-open the
gate?' [Ailantxc Monthly for AugutL
OB ITC ART.
Death of Caleb Coker.
The community of Society Hill, and the sur
louadirg country generally, wu startled and
Saddened by the announcement that this ven
' r ?rabie and excellent man had gone the way of
?ll the.earth. On Saturday, tbe 17ib instant,
he left bte usual place of business about tbe
dinner hour, and repaired to his home, where
ie laid himself down exhausted by fatigue and
excessive hvat. He soon became on conscious,
And in the cirty hours of the night surrender?
ed his spirit to tbe God who gave it.
A man of eminent usefulness has thus sud?
denly passed away, and there is lamentation in
tte brod. .One ol the moat substantial props
to the ma1 erial uite.-ests of society bas fallen,
sod tbs widow and the orphan mourn the loss
<f a true irrend. : Mr. Oater was emphatically
? working ? man, and not a .veil-wisher only,
"but.a ?m'?etsnrial beuefaator of his race. With
?heart Of tender susceptibilities and expanded
benevi. lenco, an 3 banda ever ready to help the
seedy, be spent a long; life in sets of continued j
aa d a a teri a 1 bl easing t J bis race. He looked
upon tbe bright side of human character. Un- j
kiod though ta ware not welcome in his breast-.
vjnjund words did not escape his lips. The
ooo pie t ofPupo well desert hes his feelings :.
* HIricb mn te f??laaofher's woe,
* ] C?AaW the amita I tee.
That maroy 1 te others show
abet mercy show to nie."
The gent lee ess and benevolence of bis ca?
lore, ind the sounfo ea a and excellence cf his
judgment, made htm tbe successful arbiter in
tflahy r^ses^rcTifBoolty 'between neighbors.
Tho blessing; of th? " peace-muker " was
-iberefpre bis happy inheritance. In the pre?
sence of a larg e concourse of whit* s and blaokt,
his remains were laid away on Sunday after?
noon, in the cemetery of the Baptist Church,
Society Hill, beside the remains of tbe only
?ne of a numerous family who preceded him
io the grave-a noble youth, who fell in bis
oouniry"? cause at the battle of ila]vern Hill.
: Mr. Coker reached the good old age of. 67.
Se meeds Ho tablet of marble to perpetuate bia
jaine. Il hr ?tamped in pleasing characters
upon Uko memories of multitudes of sorrowing
frieuds, where it cannot bo effaced, till time
with thom ahajl cease. T. P. L.
bir?ngton. July 19.
AFFAIRS IN 1KB STATE.
The result of the registration last Saturday
in Marion Township was : Whites, 214; color
Stephen Be thea, negro, sentenoed 18th Feb
? roary st Marion t^rartboDse. to serve ten years
in the penitentiary for attempt to commit rape,
made hts escape from the penitentiary a few
.days ago. Also Jobi Kbxworth, negro, sent
Jar ono y ear. larceny, nude his escape at the
Tbe Manoa Crescent says : "Sines our last
taw a sporadic shower bis fallen here and
Alt?re, through the district, affording- some
tocal rehef, but tbe drought is very general
tad the ftsirvi -and contin?an oe of the beat ?B
almost ^.precedented. Tbe corn is suffering
-badly everywhere, std cotton also is beginting
to show suns of distress, shedding forms and
leaves freely. Tbe jield of cora has been
already materially diminished, bot with sea
-aons cotton woola still do well from H ar?
lee? ville, and west of tbe Catfish swamp, the
suffering ls great. The Ellerbees. Watsons,
Ppraa, Be-rjs, and others in that region have
-had no season for a very long time. fir. James
"Stevenson gives ns dismal accounts from Brit?
tons Neck. About to the same effect ii our
information from the west side of the Gteat
TEE LOUISIANA MICE CB OP.
Its ItapW xakSTSstsa asia Pr?sent Prospect.
Tbs New Orleans Prices Current, of July 17.
Until within a few years past the rice crop of
Louisiana attracted very little attention-in
fact, its cultivation was aim Mt exclusively con
fined to alnnitod number of smill planters re
?ding m the Parish of Plaquemme, below the
city. It is,m this parish now that the bulk ol
our noe crop ls produced, though there are
tons cf thousands of sores of land in the Sta te
on which noe can be profitably produced, and
which will in lime, no doubt, be placed under
cultivation. The increase in the production of
rice io this Bute has been wouderl'ul ly rapid
since our people have gone more earnestly to
work io cultivating it. From some twenty odd
Ihonssnds-of barrels of the weight of 200
pounds e?ch in previous years, the crop last
season rose to M 815 ba??is, and it is esti?
mated tost there will be the DIesont season an
increase of production of fully twenty-five per
oenti. or tn other words, that the crop will
.lischto88OOO barrels of 200 pounds each.
This estimate is baaed on the riewj ot parties
"Tong engaged in our domestic rice, trade, and
who have person airy visited the rice growing
distr ctsnot only in Plaquemioe, but also in
the upper pariahes where tho cultivation of
, rios bas. ron si 0? raby increased recently. The
.appearance of the crowing crops is very prom?
ising generally, and in the absence of se /ere
storms the above estimate of tbe crop will not
only be retitled, bnt the qua tty of the rice will
he better than u?ual, as much attention than
formerly bas been given in the select ion ol seed.
Fo? the care thus bestowed some planters
were last season repaid by obtaining as bich
-prices for their jimpe as were paid tor prime
Carolina nee in this market. Unlike entrar,
noe .s principally cultivated hy small fumers
and they resort to the neighboring mills, of
which 'here are some ten or tweivo iu the
"State driven by s earn power, to have their
crop - c'ea nod' and-placed iu market ;:b e con?
dition. Harvesting will common :e about tbe
first of A ut-nut, sud new rien will probably ba
m tho m rko bv ibe loth of that month.
?HOpi TOBE-Per itetnn?bH ?aragrssa-G bag? Sea
I-.HUJ t on, 7i bu. a Uplui d Cotton, 7? tierce*
hUf, TO bate-? loiuestir*, no b ls Ko-iu 8>
auks lay Mpirkasei uudriet?. 870 box s M ?i*,
kets 49 noxs P.ni 519 Melons, n sue?? Pea
nuti....Per seor t, W terma - 8d"78ieet Lao.
.PBOVInESC . B I-fer brfc Americua-iso roo
Iee Flooring....Per brig Adelaide-150 DOO Let
t Mariemon cmtuu and ic ice Harket.
ern? f ot Tg, ".mcmos DAILY >.\V .I
?. BI r?T(.N Wednesvav Rvenms. Julv 2'.. '
Corrow -The market tor this article conti sued
?mil and without transactions. In the assen e cf |
?alee ??dotad ma are entirely n -minai. We quote:
'UVXXfOOX CLAS3I?1C AXIOM.
Ordinary touood ordin?r*.30 (?32
Low rtldditng.91% a -
By New York clasaiflcstion we quote:
Mi Jd 11 na.,.33,>i?(2 -
Baca- I bers were no transactions m this) graf,
?he bto-< bein/ ??sh an J held Aroa ry We s.-" e
aeslaailv. o .mm n to fair clean Ca?*rna at7,?i? .
3k; ?--?od Stasxc f> Jb.
Marketa by Telegraph.
rosnan if ARK HTS.
LONDON, July 21-Noon.-Cor.eol?, 93. Bonds
LrvxRPOOL, July 21-Necn.-Cotton quiet; up?
lands 12?d; Orleans 13d; ?les 8000 bales. Other
articles unchanged. Bombay shipments to the 15th
Evening.-Cotton firm; not higher; sales 10,000
bales. Breadstuff* dull and unchanged.
HAVRE, July 21.-Cotton firmer; on the spot and
aloat ll 60c.
DOMESTIC MAB BETS.
NEW Tout, July 21-Moon.-Stocks didi. Money
nteady at 7. Sterling 9. Gold 36. Cotton dull at
3ta3?>?c, Turpentine steady at *2%c Bosin firm;
good strained $2 36.
Evening.-Cotton moro active at easier prices;
sales 1830 balee. Flourdull; superfine State f5 10
at 60; common to fair extra Southern $6 A0a9.
Wheat unsettled and rather heavy; am^er Georgia,
new $1 60; Delaware $1 65; Georgia white $1 95;
Kentucky white 81 85. Corn scarce; Western mix?
ed Miase. Oats a abade finner. Mess pork quiet
at $32 63)*a32 75. Lard dull and heavy; kettle 19M
tl9?c. Whiskey steady; Western $1 OS. Bloa firm.
Sugar steady. Coffee firm. Molasses dull Tur?
pentine 42S483. Bosin $214a8. Tallow ll Kall? c.
Freights quiet and firm Governments closed
steady. r62's 123?; Southern htavy. Money quiet
and essy at 7, w th exceptions at 6 Prime dis?
counts more active at 8al9. Sterling quiet 9,%'al0.
Gold 35. Stocks steady and dall.
BAT.TTMOBX, Joly 21.-Cotton doll and unchang?
ed. F'our quiet. Wheat less active; choice Mary?
lind red $160; white fl 70al 75. Corn, whits 8113
al 13; yellow fl C8al 10. Oats dull at 70a75c. Pro?
visions firm and unchanged. Whiskey very scarce.
Cm COTNA TI, July 21.-Flour duh; family 85 75*6.
Whiskey fl. Provisons tending up. Meas pork
beldatl33a38 2a. Bacon ecaroe; Shoulders held at
lfXc; ciear sides 18?al8?c; hams 22a23c. Lard
held at 19?c; stock light.
ST Loins, Jury 21 - Whiskey firm st fl 03: Mess
pork steady st $32 25a32 60. Bacon finn; shoulders
l*'?c; clear Bides 18?c; sugar-cured hams 23c.
LouisrvTLLx, July 21.-Flour quiet st fa 25. Pro?
visions flrn. Mess ?ork ?33. Bacon, ?boulders
U\o; clear aides 18Jic; hams 21?c Lard 19 ?ic.
Whisks; quiet at fl.
w IIKOTOTON, July 21.-Spirits turpentine quiet
at 38 %c Bobin steady st fl 65s6. Crude turpen?
tine unchanged. Tar 12.
AUGUSTA, July 21 - ' ott on. market steady; sales
30 bale*; receipts 16 bales; middling 32?c.
SAVANNAH. July 21.-No cotton market; only
about 100 bales in factors hands; middling nominal?
ly Sl?s33c; receipts lil bales.
Moarxx. Joly 21.-Moth ng dene in cotton; re?
ceipts 15 bale' ; exports y ? sterdsy 92 bales.
Nsw OBLXANS, Joly 21.-Cotton quiet; middling
32tgc; sales 2.9bales: receipt20tales. Gold 35?;
Sterling 60. New York sight ?c premium. Sugar
dull; common lOallc Molasses none offering.
. Wilmington Mamet.
WlLMING!0>, Ju.y 20.-. CBPENTLNO-Ts in
moderate request, and price? unchanged eales 15U
bois at 83 lor virgin, and f2 65 for ye. low dip, per 28u
CPIKITB1 UBJaurxncc-Matket steady, wi h sales of
I Wi bb ia atSsfce per gallon.
BOBIN- .ale? of 910 bbls st fl 65 for strained, fl 75
tor Ko 3, ll 80 for extra No 2. fl for low pale, and
?0 25 tor ex ^a pale and window glass.
. Tan-No receipts ar sues.
Ms, eon Market.
MACON. J orr 19.-There was no cotton sold to?
day-nene received, bx shipment* amount to 107
oates, i be Biles of ihn week sum up 18t> b le?; re?
ceipts 30 bales; suipmenls 129 bales. Middlings are
quoted at 30c.
Slock on hand September 1, 1868.1,326
Received ttl? week. 20
Received pre\iouaIy.68 403 - 58,188
Shipped this wee*. 129
Stock on band... 191
1 o B sig n ees per SOUID ? ai on os it RU roa a
62 bales Cotton, ta bales - omestic** 60 cases Lard,
160 sacks Flour, 13M Melons, 217 bbls Naval .-tores,
2 car? s uve-, 2 cars Lamber. To Railroad Agent,
Greeter ft brr itt. Kirkpatrick fe Witta, Hopkins,
McPherson fe Co, Pelzer. hedgers fe Co, Goldsmith
k .-on. K Mure k Co, J Marshall, G H Walter fe Co.
*W W ? mitb, J N Robson, H Cobla k Co, G W Siel
fens, Bart fe Wirth, J T Kanspaux, and c Litaotgu
Conslf/nees psrr^ortneaetern Rn Ure Ad
6 bales Cotton, 60 bushels Bice, I73*bbls Nav.l
-?toraa, <-?ra Lombeiy cs#e stock. Furniture, Md??,
fee. To J Marshall, Jr, Kinsman fe Howell. 8 D s to
ney. J V Barden, Boeder sr Dav I?. A A G. Ids m i th k
Co, J H Wuhrminn, lu sc no ff ft Co, B G Chlso m. L
Cohen fe Co, O Byan, G rae- er fe -m.th. Frost ft Al?
ger, Mowry fe Co. Mra E. Shaffer. Goldssitn ft Son.
Wagoner ft Monseee, E Welling, B F ?lnrmotis, and
Per steamer Pilot Boy, bom savin Dab via Beau?
fort, Blufften. Hilten Baad, fte-E Goldsmith. J B
Martin, J LMurray, Miss Edwards, ZFaik, G Ban?
dy. Col B M Seabrook Gen W Gurney. Mrs C D Dod?
ler, Mxjor W H Harrison, Dr Jenkins, wife and
daughtei. sad 21 on deck.
Per ateamshlp Saragossa, for New York-J MeMe
seuny. u A Mose? sad lady, h O Gillette, A AI BS
sell J finches. LWb vy, J Maloney, Mn and Mas?
ter Pachmin, J Carrigan, and 9 in steerage.
Hort of Charlestoii. July 32.
TBA IS OT TUX BOOS.
Last Quarter. 1st, 7 cours 27 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 9th, 8 hours, ll minutes morning.
First Quarter. 16th 1 hour '.8 minutes, morning.
Full Moon. 23d 8 boars 31 minutes morning.
Last Quarter. 31et ll hours, 15 minutes, morning.
EIEEI. 1 tm
19 Monaay..,.i 6.. 6
20 Tuesday....! 6.. 7
21 : Wednesday.' 5.. 8
22|Tnursday...| 5.. 8
23 Friday. 5.. 9
26iRnnrinv. 6. 10
7.. 6 I
1 . .42
Steamer Pilot ?:oy, Pick, bav ninan, via Beaufort.
Blufllon, Bilton Hean, ftc. Mdse and Mindrie*. To
J Ferguson. J camp?en ft Co, Chianina Bro* J Arr j
pie. fi Klette ft Co, N?r.h Lee, F Kresse), G W stel?
len?, and ror.tbern express Co.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, New York-Bavenel ft
Brig Adelaide, Wilson, Providence, B I-Risley ft
Brig Amerlcus, Hand, Provibnce, R I-Risley ft
Creigh i on.
Sehr B Waterman. Marchall, New York-Street Bree
steamship carogc*rji. Ryder, New York.
Bark B'lrn .-anus. Wood nd es, Montevideo and a I
Kehr F.-ank Palmtr. Tatham, Phi'adelphia.
sehr Grace i hiten. Otis, PuLaaelphia.
rom Ibis - oru
bteamah p Piometueus, Gray. Philadelphia, July 18.
I leaned lor liai? fort.
Steamship J Wi venman. Snyder, at Philadelphia,
thipncwi IM t a guapa.
J> sw YOKE. July 2i-Arrived, the America, Colum?
bia and Cuba.
SATASDAU July : 1-arrived, steamships Aincri.aj
from ?a.Uuio-e; NUI a1v>dor from ew Kork ; lou
a vjuda from rhimdolpbL; uara Dir.co jroni Jack
"lr IQ. "<!;;?.
The sch? Martha Maila, D-ane, from Georgetown,
. O. art ive 1 et Button, July 17.
tslsVr ??K VKNaKIaS
CF CL ?i A HE D AXP SAILED FOB i HIS POJ-.T.
Tho Hansn)< Lissie, Ferguson, cleared.May 20
The Yn.ce, BaUiiay, ap.June 12
sichrV'locirr, Piuhbam -??Ile* .June 13.
Beg H W McGiivary. Mutts, cleared.July 1
Brig -us.nh Voorbia, lallat*, np.July 15
Se* r -tamp-de, Sira.ton, eleared.July 3
Brig Bamrden, Perkin?, cleared.July IC
senr N W Smith. ' ooker uji.July 12
Sehr Wm L -i nuga. Bala y. clean d.July 6
?chrMyrover. B o un, cleared./n.y 12
NO ir Louiba.-mitt). Or u.t cleared... .. .July 15
.'HIL \ DKLVH1 A
Ste un ?hip J W Ever nan. Boyd r, cietre .Julv '8
fchr sarah Cu en, Avis, no.July j
B BJrOXJE TA
Behr Carrie, Whitehurst, salted.July 16
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Have no equal for strength and purity, and ought to
bs used by all
SODA WATER DEALERS AND ICE CREAM MANU?
Mr. E. H. JACKSON, Proprietor of the Charleston
Hotel, says: "I recommend your Extracts without
hesitation to the public for Ice Creams, JelTiea and
Mrs. H. M. BFLTEBFTELD. Proprietress or the Pa?
vilion Hotel, says: "They are well worthy the atten?
tion of those who deal in them or ute them "
These Extracta are put np in small vials, bp the
dozen, for the trade and family use, and in pint,
quart and bah* gallon bottles for manufacturers.
Congress and High Hock Spring Waters
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Any artfcle desired, not in Stock, v, Ul be procured
to ordf r.
Goods delivered in Ike city FB.EE OF CHARGE.
June 8 Da? ruths 3mo
EVER AND AGUE,
?"?r**^, FROM WBICH MANKIND STJFFEB
B Hj over a large part cf the globe, le the
^LA_^F . consequence of a d:headed actluu in
^F^LmVf the >y?tem, indu:cd ny tho poison
B lons m i a-m ot vegetable di cay Ibis
JL J^^/exhalanT is evolved ty thc action
Aw of solar heaton wet soil, and rises
W with the watery vapor f-om it.
While tbe sun is below the horizon this vapor
lingers near the larth's surface, and the virus
is taken with it througn thu luigi m'o the blood,
lhere it acts as an irritating poi.-on on the
internal viscera and excreting organs of the bodv.
?he liver becomes torpid and fails to secrete not
only thu virus, hut also tho bile lrom thc blood.
Both the virus and the bi e accumulate in lb? circu?
lation. ?cd produce vio ent constitutional disorder.
The spleen the kidney?, and the ?tomich ?ympa
thize with the liv r, and become disordered also.
Finally, tho in s tic ct of nur Organum, as i m an at?
tempt to exoel the noxious iufuslou, conceal ratea
the - hole blood of the body in thc internal excreto?
ries to force them to cast it out. Tr.o blood haves
the surface, and rushes lo the central organs with
congestive violence. lhi< is the CbilL Bnt in this
effort it tails. 'J hen tho Fever follows, in wiiirh the
blood leaves the central organs and rui-hcs to the
huifare, a6 it in another effort io cxpi 1 the irritating
poison lb rout'h that oib< r great excretor;-the skin.
In this also it falls, and tue a \ stem ai aid rs tho
attempt exhausted, and w its for tl e recovery of
strength lo repeat the hopeless effort another ?hy
'1 hes - arc the fits ot paroxysm* ot Fever a-d Agu?,
t-ueh constitutional disorder will ol course unaer
mine the beilih if it is not removed.
We have la sored to End, and have found an ash
A YB. K'S AG CK CIR K,
Which uculraiKis ibis malarious poison in tho
blood, an stimulate* tue liver io i .v el it from thc
bodv A? it shou d. io it dors cure this ?ffl cling
disorder witta porieet cer'aintv And it does mo o
r* rallier dor? anal is of m?re service to those sub
jertto thia infection If taion iu t. aaouii earea
it from the svstem as it is abanrirf d. ont! thu- koci ?
iboso who use it tren ,ron it.? tittackf; keeps the sys
l< min liralth although cxpo-cd t . ilse Lises so Con
?.quentl. ii not omy'u e*, bnt protects inm , the
gru t variety ot art, ciio -s which are induced by this
ma'hrnani intiuetice, such aa MemUteni Fever, flilU
Fever, Dun b. or Masted Ague, Periodical Heodacli?,
or Bilious Headache. Hiious Fiver?, t-euralria,
Kbcuitati-m Gout, B.iuiitic-e Toothache ? .u-j.he,
Cutarrli. Asthma, Pulpilanous Painful /.ff.* ions ol
the pieea. Hosieries, t'Ohr, Paraiys's, ULI) j'oiniui
Affect OL? f ihe Stomach and I'owe a, all of which,
when a'i-irg mm ibis cause, wi>l bc font d to as?
sume, more or less, .bo lulcrm tient type. This
"AUUbi UUt " removes ihc cause of these derange?
ments and cures the disease
ibis ii accomplishes bv slirt.ul?tli g tbe excreto?
ries to expel ihc virus irom the system; a- u ttieee
ergaus by decrees become habited lo do tl.is, tbeir
i fflce. ot their own ai cord. Hence arises wha' w
term acclimatation lune may accomplish the same
end, but oneu I fe is not long enough, or is sacrificed
in the attempt, while this * Ague cure" does it at
OH'C and with saiery We tare g'eat re son to be?
ll-ve his is a turcr as wc!) os safer remedy fo> tho
whole class of diseases ? hieb arc eras- d i>y ihe mi
asmaU-- in ecti n. than i nv other which has been
discovered; and it hos anU another impo taut ad?
vantage to the pul lie, which is, that it is cheap as
weil ns good.
r REP ABED BT
Dr. ?J. C. AYE U ?3? C>., Lowell, Mass
Praetiral and Analytical Cnemists.
Price O e Do iar ppr bottle.
Sold at Whoirsale. by
DOWIE A MOr*?.
Charleston, South Carohna,
And by Retail Druggists everywhere.
June 26 PAC BtBthtoOB
Prags, QUfmif?ls, (Elf.
ASK FOB NO OTHEB, TAKE NO OTHEB, AND
you will eare time health and money.
$li CO BEwABD for any case o? disease in any
stags which they fail to cure.
Dr. BICHiTJ'd UOI.DEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Ulcers. Ulcerated Hore Throat and Mouth, tore
tye?. Cutaneous or Hain Eruption?, Copper Odored
Blotches, -orenessof the scalp, fcrofaia, kc ; is the
greatest Renovator, Alterative and Blood Puriner
known, removes ad disoasps from the system, and
leaves the blood pure and btalthv.
Dr. RICH AU'- GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all lt-forms,
whether f:om mercury or other causes; gives imme*
diste relief in all cases. No dieting necessary. I
have thousands of Certificates proving tbe miracu?
lous cures effecteo by these Remedies. Price of -
either No. 1 or No. 2, $5 per bottle. or iwo bottles for
Dr BICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe spee?
dy, p'eaaant and radical cure fir all Urinary De
ragements, accompanied with full directions. Price
$3 per bottle.
Dr. RfCHAU'd GOLDEN ELIXIR n'AMOUB. a
?adical cure for Nervous or Gem-ral Debil it;, in old
o*r coring; imparting energy with wande ful effect.
Price $5 cor bettie, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt ol price these Bern edies will be shipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid to til correa
dents. None genuine without the name of "Dr.
BICHAU'rt GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. B. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown io glass ot bot les.
Address D. B. RICHAHD9.
No. 228 Varick-etreet, New York
Office Boure from 9 A M. to 9 P. M.
Circulars sent ly July 3
I S O N ' S
Warranted to Fernere all Desire
It ls 1' arel y Vegetable and co nts rita
The following is one of thousands of testimonials
that are dally received by tbe Manufactura :
BiCBB' MD VA-. November ?8.1868.
DEAS ira-Ihe "lobacco Antidote" prepared by
you accornint? to the tecei.t yon have submitted to
me, and the lngtedient* ot which I have examined,
is purely vegetab e, entirely bat miess, and contains
nothing in the least injurious It is not disagreeable
to the taste, ?nd as a home ardrie, I hope you will
neel with re July ?ale <or ir, and I believe that if the
directions ore followed, it wdl do a 1 you claimed tor
it. JOBNDOTE, MD.
t?r Price 60 cents ptr BOT. The usual discount
to the Trade.
40- Por sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOE' BALE AGENT FOR SOU1H CAROLINA.
JJ K CA11KFDL
YOU A A KK.
WHEN YOU ARFEXHAUSTED BY OVERWORK
of bead or hand, and feel the need oi somethii g In
vigoratlng. don't drink whiskey or any intoxica ting
thing, whe ber under the name of hitters or other?
wise, euch articles give yost a? mr-cb etrengb to
yeur weary bod* and mind as the whin gives to the
Jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to Net ve health, and are ALWAY.-- followed
by DEPRESSING HEAC1 ION.
Dodd's Nervine and Iimgorator
is a TONIC au? GEN ILE KTIMCLAN1' which ls
NUT attended hy LEsCIlON. Wi at it paws for
yon it malntsirs. Wbcn itn freshes bodv or mind,
lt refreshes wi'b natural stret gib that Cuioe* to s'ty.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in tbe interest
of onv faction; but long sud ex ended ooseTva'ion
teaches us that he who i eeor?s to tbs bo'tie for rest
or recuperation, will find, as he beens at it. that he
is kindling a fir? in his bones which will consume
like the flames of perdition. Turn from it Take a
tonio that will refresh sud not destroy. DODD'?
NERVINE ls for sale by all Drugidata. Price One
Dr liar. See Book of < crtin>ates that accompanies
each bottle. 7mos June 23
TJBRCK SU Si IV BKS At. RUSSIAN
THIS VALUABLE REMEDY HIN EFFECTED
Innumerable cures, and bas gained for ita. 1; a great
reputation. Ihe discoverer of this Salve hos applied
itwitb eminent succe.-s in tbont-auds of cases dur?
ing the Crimean War. and bas cured dangerous
wuunds, in manv cas?s considered mortal.
MB. E. BERG ia the so e possessor of the valuable
secret ol making this r al ve; from nts experience in
using it in Europe and tbe success attending its ap?
plication there, he has been induced to introduce lt
into tbe United .-.tates. IT KEL! tVf> PAIN I
lbo-e ?bo bave Wourds. Bruises Cuts of all
kind*, or Sores, frelons. Scratches. Mm qui to Bites,
iros. Bitten Joints, Hore Li * a. Chilblai a. Children's
Scorbutic complaints on Bead and Ka e, are speedily
cured. It has proved > f great advantage to ladies,
and is peculiarly adapted for fathered breast?, tore
legs, tc. through confinement, and other causes
It acts like magic In removing Boils Pimples, and
Cutaneous Diseases, and bas been successfully
used for Corns. Bunions and Sore Threat, by apply?
ing externally every evening before going to bed.
For sale by all druggists Price 25c. 50c, and 91
per Jar. Office, N >. 260 B <wery. N. Y. None genuine
unless countersigned E. BEB?'8 OMVEKSAL RUS?
SIAN biALING SALVE, No 260 Bowery, New
York. stntb ly _July 8
ABBY'S I'UUPHYLAt TIC FLUID.
Letter fro* Hon. Alex. H. St-plums, oj Georgia. -
CBAwronnsvtLLZ, Ga September 29,1868.
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is an article of little
cost, bat crest value. Its domestic ts well as medi?
cinal ntcs ara numerous, wu fe ita specialties ara
most wonderful 1 have not been without it for
ten > ears, and no head of a family who can afford
to have it abould be without it
ALEX H. STEPBENS.
Tile WONDKBFUL? FAMILY MKBI.
Letter from the Surgeon-G'ieral of the late Confeder?
RICHMOND, Va., January 14, 1869.
Joint DAXBY h Co., No. 163 William-street, New
Gentler* ?-1 have receired your latter of tho 15th
or December, 1P6G, calline my attention to your
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheer:nlly state that ihe Fluid was furnish?
ed io, and extensively used by, the surgeons in
rbarge of gencpd hospitals in the Confederate ser?
vice with ureat benefit to the patients-all tbe sur
geoi c malling a favorable report- a great deal of it'
wss UK') iu the hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
?AM'L PHEslON MOORE, li. D,
EMOBT COLL?GE, P?JOBD. GA.. December 2*. 1868.
Pref. DAHBT. Dear ?ir- avine nor been en?
gaged for many years in tbe active duties of the
Medical profession, i am only superficlalU acquaint?
ed with the cla*ms ef your Prophylactic Fluid but
am well acqutinted ?Uh ils chemical elements'
While, tlierc:ore, 1 raanot sjteak experimentally of
tho value of tbe compound ye; the disinfecting and
th erat cut ic i roperties ot tbe agent* em ..oyed in its
composition, together with the well known reputa?
tion of ita discoverer, as a cucmis;, authorize me to
legurd its merit- as ot a hlyb order; on tho whole lt
must bo couMOcrcd usa vdua'ole ccutrivUtion to the
class of articles to which it belcngs.
These views, I may add, are t-ustatned by tbe testi?
mony oi marry competent judges, who have tested
itn properties. Relieve mu, dear sir.
A. MKAXS, Ai. D.. LL. !>.
CUKES BURRS, IVO UN IIS, STINGS, &c.
A LASABA UtaSABS BOSF'TAL. (
1 us. ALOCHA Decenal er 'li IS03 J
Mema. JOHN IV.BBY Co , No. i i :? \V::)j_m-stieet.
Co tiene.-.-i recelveJ your e're i'ars r.t the l th
inttaui. ti-kiiJi.'ancxpre-sion ol njncumfrom mea-?
to UJC nerita of \ our I'ro hylactie Hud. ju?-j)re
pan non hus hem ?>g-BiTalij u-e? by the p o*s
HUB and public at lathe and ?-o universally es.) em
cd ibat it teems to nw to need no funher r?ct*n>
As a di-iufeciatit and rt me Hal np* nt too wnen i"
dtcat d. ii id not exce 1- o b> any siinttar prepanlton
tVe use permeanganie piepa aliona?ety <.::u:%-ive.:y
mihi-h spits! ?iud con . I not do without thcui 1
consider you s t.,e best and m.o?t elegant pr?para?
tion ot the kind mauuluc.tured.
li- spectiul.y youtu, tc .
P BRICE. M. D.,
3up't and I'bysic:an Alabama insane Hospita'.
BUWIb & MUISE,
May 25 tuths3mos / pents for South Carr lino.
ry O B A K E ll Si
J UM li li CEI VED AND F?ll HALE
W BOLES ALE AND BE J AIL
CARBONATE UF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREB T.
JJrngs, Clairol", ?f.
? F . P A JV Iv N I N ,
Apothecary and Chemist,
No. 133 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. C.
rj<H? ADVEBTISEB BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of tbe best Imported and Domes?
DEATH TO FLIES.
SURE AND SPEEDY DESIBUOTION TO
." ir.' wtW JD
. & .. 'h ' i z l"b . ?? : ??< ic
IBIS TROUBLESOME VISITOR.
KOK SALB BY
THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM,
BY THE ADVERTISER.
Whicb have estahUated for themselves a reputation
surpassed by none.
Through constant effort and attention be hopes to
merit a continuance of the public patronage whicb
has hitherto been extended to him.
Fsbrmary M_^ tnthsijr
C05SI8TETO OT HIS CELEBRATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
TBE EXCELLENT BBMEDIBS OF O. &
PBOPHTTT, M. D., need no recommendstian
tbelr well known power in rrmorng the dieeaaes pe?
culiar to our Southern climate haring already estab
llahed for them an enviable reputation m Georgia
and the adjoining States. As the majority of persona
living in the South are predi*po-ed tc dt?eeee of the
Liver, it ls granted by all intelligent physicians that
most of tbe pains and aches or our people are due
to org mic or lunctional derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Prophitt's Liver Medicine and Antt
Bilious Pills strike directly at the root of the evS.
The*v cure the Liver, whicb in nine cases out of ? en,
is at the bottom of the Coughs, Dyspepsia, Colie,
Sick Headache. Bheumatism, Constipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, Ac, so common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Bbeumatiem,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind flee before
Pito PHIT T s PA iv KILL, LT
like chaff before the wind.
Dr. Prophitt- Ba\ine u-ed this medicine suffi?
ciently len1.- to teet its virtue, ; nd to satisfy my own
mind that it is an invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia
-a disease ?rom whicb the writer has suffered much
for six years-and being persuaded that hundreds
who now suffer from this annoying complaint woola
be signally benefitted, as he has be- n. by its use, we
deem it a duty we owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them tbe use of this remedy which
has given not only himself but several members of
his family the grea est relief.
M. TT. ARNOLD,
Cf the Georgia Conference.
DOOLY COUNTY, QA , April, 18C7.
Thia is to certity that t was confined toi be house,
and most of toe tire to my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony imaginable with Bheumatism, for
five mouths, and alter Lying every available reme,
dy, with no relief, I was cured with two bottles of
Dr. ti. ti Propblti's Anodyne Pam Kill It, each cost?
ing if ty ceni sonly; it retie ?ed me almost instantly.
I therefor? recommend it in the highest degree to
others roffering from similar dise se I can say
that it is one ol the best lanjilv medicine? now ont,
certain. Yours truly. VT. A. FOBEHAND.
COVINGTON, GA., July ?, 186T?,
Pr. ProphU.-Having ueeJ your Liver Medi?me
for more than a vea? in mv ffcaifrr, I cheerfully re
comu end it to all persons sunoring from Liver af
fecions. Dyspepsia or Ind g-, dion in any form. I
also rt-commeud your I'yxutery Cordial as tbe best
reui-dy lor that disease. O. T. BOGEE?.
-lASrORT VliLE, I'UTHAJa COCNTY. Oct 1, 1867.
Pr. O. H. PnphiU-Vitr Sir-, hi- is to certify
thai I Luve used y ur Agu>- Pills for ihe las ten
ye rs. and 1 huv>' never tailed o cure be Ague in a
sil gie iustance wiibthem. They ai ?ti. vs br, ak the
chi ls 'Jj. Or.-t day that ht y arc given I can recom?
mend iheiu as u-iui' the ts. twue mi dicine that I
li ve vir lound and theyleav?; no bad tffecisfoUow
10'; fiera, as Quinine &c.
Yours respeutitdly. A. V7ESTBB00E.
PoT??Aji roVOTff, GA. September 52, If ti.
Dr. O. ii. Prophitt- u-I have u-eo for tb? last
two y ara in wy family von Liver Medicine, your
Pam Kill It, and yon Female Toi ic, and I bave no
feu s iu saying ibat ihcy aro tbe best medicines I have
e-er u-,d for thc L vei un *toioarh Nenngcand
Bb. umatic afluuiious. Bea.?ache. Colic, and pains of
cveiy kind are subdued bi them. After using tbe
med'eines so long, I obeerfullv recommend tbt-m to
m y ai d cvi'iy one, aud to all bat are afflicted, as 'b*
best and s?test rem. dies fur all tue disease* for
which 'hey aro recommcuded. Ac.
Yours respectfully, jaMEs WltlGHT.
DR PKOPH1T1'S KE5H.LE TONIC.
Thu Vedictue, ?ito Its a>sociate>, is a safe aro*
cei iain rcmeoy tor all curable diseases to wb'Cb Fe?
males ?'oue are liable. Il is al.o aa exsellent pr?
ventativo of Nervous Blleoness, or Nervous Dis
can e in eitner male or ie i ale It is a powertul Ner?
vio" Tonic -ettmg np a full and nee clr>ulatioo
t Li i ou bout the svs.em.
- -I ot the above vic '?cines B0]d by Prupgista sxvl
Merchants ccuemlly .hruughom the ?outhwes?.
ED. S. BURNHAM, ?
Wholesale aud Retail Agent,
Ko. 421 King-street, (near Calhoun, |
Charles'on, 8. C.
Prepared only br Da. 0. 6. PBOPBITT,
April 10 e tu there oe Covington. Ga.