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THE DAILY NE WS.
Tis not tb? chain that makes the alare.
Since, dared the tyrant's mlsbt,
HM dungeon-e loom may rle the bravo
.-?o . InnbertyaadlighaV
Let Power then to iU mmlans i
?.no, nen, and burn, and alu!'
That tortore which tba flesh can slay
Bu*, animate* the will.
? world dulled, the man behold
Mu jeane IQ bis ohain:
Una wea b power uiboughiby gold,
Uatenlfled by pani I
Ii Wrong a universa could pile
? On the true bono?! eool,
Immortal, lt w? trust and smile,
U nor nabed beneath the whole.
?Jilt. BANTING'S DIETETICS.
How ts> Bod -ee Obeatty.
Mr. Banting has issued t> fourth edition of
Jaie celebrated pamphlet on the dieteticmeans
of reducing the superfluous fat. In thia edi?
tion, saya a London paper, Mr. Banting telle
the etory of his fame in just the esme simple
?nd unaffected way in which he told the story
whioh made him famous. He bas leceived,
ainoe the first publication of his pamphlet,
Setters of thanks bom some two thousand per
ajfcsj? whom he had led to f mancipationrroni.
obesity, lu all these ewes the cure was oom
jJait?. : . H V
Mr. Banting bringa the history of his expe?
rience down to th* May or this year. -During
?Tajeaos he has never raried in weight mor,
iban a few pounds, and he has ?ven ventured
io experiment with the forbidden elements of
diet, ip order to discover which was most pro?
ductive of fat. These experiments bave had
?OBKion? raaalt.' "I have ascertained by re?
pealed experimente," he says, "thai five ounces
of BUgar distributed equally over seton days
Which is not an ounce a day, wiU augment my
weight nearly one found by the end of that
short period. The other forbidden elements
have not produced so extraordinary a result."
Mr. Banting's pamphlet wjta first priced at
his own expense for- gratuitous diatr, ballon.
Before two ?ditions had thus been given away
"?ande demand lor tie book sprang up, and
jae waa advised to. prabhsh it at 1*., Uwt it
might pey exp tnensv.. He resolved to publish
it at 6d., ai>d the demand beoaiLe so great that
sixt^-fhreothousand copie* ware ?old, anda
profit of ?28510o. waa made. Tata money has
been distributed to various charitable institu?
ions. ' Mr. "Banting now ?Teks for eubecrip
tionstoanew County-Convalescent Hospital
fer the metropolis "of London, which he only
' propoare to call in when. ?100,000 have been
subscribed.' fie prrbtiahea a prelrminary list,
heidang it himself with ?500. Half the things
?aid ot ham are-eaejKerated* and the other
half are la ase, and Mr. Banting takes borne quiet
opporaunitiee of correcting them. Though
rumor has killed him, and bas declared his
system to have failed, be is not only alive and
.well, but his System ie still conferring the ben?
efit of wholesome muscular development upon
.xuaeelf and others. , SQKAfl
A ELUA FOE THE BACHELORS.
. ?bd Ber. Dr. Bushnell, in bia nev book,
"The Beform Against Nature," writes on thia
subject as follows :
There is one matter where a genuine reform
would accomplish more for women, as I verily
believe, and take them eat of the corner that
now pinches th? m a great deal more, certainly,
than to give them the right of suffrage and of
cl vii office; haring also the further advantage
"that it won id gi v e them a more open way to the
proper woman's hfe for which they are better
mada, instead of faking them oft into quasi
battle*! with men xor points of precedence, and
prerogatives of government which do not be-:
long to them and never can. I apeak here of a
reform that take? off or eomeho w loosen a the
embargo on women, aa respects ad van?os to?
ward marriage. The assumption now is that
women mast be first lassoed and taken, conrt
long and skilfully then, and almost to the
death before they can venture au approving
look. If they cansot be conquered then, they
nonet ?ot be had, and the; must take this
irround themselves. On ono side there must
be a ctoee fence of prudery, hard ae possible
to be got owen: and on the other, the matt-who
wtQ try musw-go te it bravely, which, alastor
"h?modesty, is'Kkely tobe quite impoeaib e.
JPul^^irefe-qoArters of the men who get stuck
^ tb% bachelor life and are never married,
Jafls, m' fact, the most in-born adorers of wo
jmr>; suohae never ia their lives can master
courage for any advance, just because the
shrine they look opon has too much divinity
in it for their mortat approach. Of course it
will nardo for unmarried women to put them?
selves toa way of being sn it ara to men. That
'BUM of smtorsorp would "even pe an t ffehce.
and raise a aenreet r?pulsion; , nobody would
K recommend fo women that tbe? get over their
modesty, but the almost choke stringency of
what are called" good manners in' thin matter
might be relaxed,- without real impropriety,
and with great advantage. Tue present iron
clad ^modesty, which ia simply, tidjctuoue in
either party, might bo BO far mitigated as to
let reeling feel its tray and carry on its own
court ant p, requiring DO restriction save the
restriction of warda and formal advances, and'
allowing nature io interpret and work ont her
problem, hampered by no unnatural co vien?
nese. Women cannot be forward and bold, but
they, are now a great way lort her off than they
need be. .
1 ' ? I 1 . . ?? ?
i bari?fton Cotton SUM? Klee Harket.
orno o? TUB ?BABLBST?N DAILY NEWS, I
? ?'? CIIAKLFJTOK, luasday Evening, August S. i
Corrow.-The transactions were only on the moat
ttmlted scale, at rata? whian showed no change in
priers. Eales 18 bales ai Ste. sj H>. We quote :
uranvcox, CTABSXTICATION. afc
Ordinary to good ordinary.29 $30X
lowat4Ahng. ._..3i a
By New* York claeaancaaVn we quote :
Kicx.-Tb.sre was rather aWatr dsmsSd for this
grain at steady rat-a.. sales abont 100 tierces of
clean Carolina, Hy 15 tierces at 6%; 33 at 7ft; 15 at
8; 10 at ixe B lb. We quote ebxoanon to fair clean
- Carolina? at ; good ?\<?|8?d. ? ?.
' POBBIUA MABKTT8.
Lowroit, August S-Noon.-Consols 93??. Bonds
mt-' - - ; - ~ ;. . 7
LrvxapooL, ingnst 3- Noe n.-Cotton ates dy ; op
lands UXd; Orleans lSalSS'd ; sales 10 000 balea.
Bed Western wheat 9a td. No American corn la
"market; English 98a ad. Bombay cotton shh. mei ts
to the 80th 9600 bales.1 O-i 'i ;
Afternoon-Tims ind rubrica st Manchester
finer. Fioor 24s. Bed wheat 9s 6darn Td. Lard
I vening.-Cotton a abade easter, but prices were
nsebangedV Breadstufb firm. Turpentine 27s 6d.
, . soxasno I&ABSXXS.
NA? Yoax, August 8- Noon.- Stocks strong.
Money 6s7c.1 Bterhe* Vi- Cold C6?s. Cotton
quiet at 83KC Turpentine quiet at 42c. Bostn
steady; strained common ta 25; good t2 30.
kvsnim?.-Cottou tteidy; sile? 1200 bales. Flour
quiet; prices generally unchanged. Wbeat nore
active at i con's advance. Corn rregular and unset?
tled ; Weetara mixe 1 $1 Q3al u& Meas pork qu et
and steady. Lard one hau ged. Whiskey in fair re?
quest it?! io. Bice quiet. Sugar Urtu. Mola-ses
dnlL Turpentine UUtXc Boin 82 25aS. Hides
quiet Freights very firm,. Governments closed
Arm. '89's 98 f outben. very dnlL Money mode?
rately scti TB at Sa7c; dircomnt? ?ol?; prime paper
??10. bterllng qcdet at IO. Qok 85X? btocka very
BAXaxatoaa. August 3.-Cotton dun and nominal.
Hour taster; demand lt^bt; Howard-street super! j
Ae new. Wbeat nra; choice red ti t5; prune
81 66ai 6P. Corn dwi; white 8106*116. OaU ie?
Jrve; new 60s63c. bye dull at 91 ISal 20. M?u
j>ork quiet. - Bacon, shoulders icai6>4c. WhUkey
OaxDOUTX. August 3.-Whiskey doll at $1 08.
.Provisions firm and quiet. Bacon, ?boulders 15#c;
?tsar sides UXalSc. Lard 19 Kc.
BT Loma, August A-Whiskey 81 08. Mesa pork I
ajsietst aw w. Bacon, shoulders 15V; clear sidas J
Lo?iavriLX, August S.-Provis!, na Tery firm. Bs
eos, ?hooJdors 17c; clear sltVs ia*c; basas, fancy
^far-pprpd 23 Xe, Lard 19^0. Whiskey 8118.
jTliaraerroa,' August 3.-opirits turpentine 88^r,
with slight stock. Rosin quiet; No 2 tl 65*1 80.
Crude turpentine unchanged. Tar ?2., '? ?
Atroum, A-ugust 3 -Cotton dull sud eis i er; ssles
20 bales; receipts 33 bales; middling 31.^c. There
was a heavy and continued rain this afternoon and
evening. . - - .
MOBILE, August 3,-Cotton, nothing done; re?
ceipts 18 balee; exports ey2 bale?.
NEW OBXXAKS, August 3.-Cotton, entirely nomi?
nal; sales 90 bales. Gold 35?,. Sterling 49*. New
York sight exchange }?o premium. Sugar and mo?
lasses dull and unchanged.
"WILMINGTON, August 2 -*vmsTi*z-About
194 bbl? rece'ved and changtd hanan at *J lor vir^iu
sud ?2 TO for.yellow dip, per 280 ?a.
SPIRITS T carim ima-Is unchanged in price ano
market finn, ales to-day of 774 "bis at 38S'c for
country, and 39c per gallon for Mew ?',r?0P?:*?gei;
. rosa?t-HOe* of 301 bbl. st $1 76 fbr No 2. $3, ta 25
A3 50 lor No 1, and tts* 12? lor pale. No other
sales reported. _
jp ?rt" ot cTharlegtcm. August 4.
New Hoon, "th, 4 hours, 46 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, lath. 7 hour. 19 minutes, morning.
Full Hoon, 21st'll koora, S minutes, evening.
Last Quarter. 30th. 2 hours, 88 minutes, morning.
|H AI: 6WT.
5. .IC . A?? 12. .25
.6.-16 1 ?r?oT 1.. ?
6..17 . 6..54 1..63
6..I7 C..53 2..43
5..16 6..62 3. .?
B..19 6..61 Beta.
6..19 ?..50 7..39
Steamer Louisburg. Thomas. Jacksonville, ila,
via Hilton Head. Cattle. To JAX Getty. Boon?
to New York and put in for a supply of fuel.
steamer Oen Manigaoit, Cordes, Georgetown, B C.
Naval Btorvs. To Sksckeimrd A Kelly, and G H ls
graham A Bon.
Steamer Marton, rosier, F Sedee. IS bales Cot?
ton, 499 bbls Rosin, 216 bbjs Spirits and Bund les.
Io John Ferguson, Mowry A ? o, J V Barden, t? D
Stoney, ulackeligrd A Kelly, J Marshall, and Good
pcb, Wi ne man A'Co.
. Cleared Tietterdaty.
Steamer Louisburg, Themas, New York-John A
Itaamer Louisburg, Thomas, New York.
Steamer Dictator, McNeity, Pals (ks, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah.
Fro au tuts Port.
Steamship. Sea Galt Dalton,- Bsltimote, July 31.
Sehr Mary stow. Bankin, New York, July 31.
Cleared for this Pan.
Steamship Magnolia, CrowelL at New York, July SI.
Sehr wmats, Feamerstene, at New York, July 31.
Sblpntvrs br 1ts'< armpit.
SiVAirifAH. August 3.-Arrived, steamships Tons
wandafrom Philadelphia; America from Baltimore;
sehr Ella, Rockland.
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Connecting with tra?as for Montgomery, Memphis
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Arrive at Charleston.8.1(1 P. M
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Arrive at Chsrleston.6.10 P. V
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April io General suT>?nt>tn?>/ii>rit.
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^ GLORIOUS CHANUK.
THAT ANY SICK MAN 6UBVTVED THE
treatment of fifty years a ;o, mast be considere! a
proof that human beings are very hard to UH.
The lancet, calomel, cantharldles and drastic pur?
gatives were then the order of the day. The phy
aidan played into the banda of the apothecary, and
the unfortunate patient waa drenched morn in g,
noon and night with prostrating medicine*. We
ire in a more rational and conscientious era. The
aportases of supporting Natara in its conflict
wirb disease is now understood. Complaints io
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. Ibey are met with TONICS
that rally tte vital powers and enable them to de?
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in Ka battles with sickness, ia
This wonderful vegetable restorative is the sheet
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superseding every other stimulant and nervin?.
In all climate., tropical, temperate or fri g'tl, tts sets
at a specific In every species of disorder which un?
dermines the bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. Wherever lt is introduced it be?
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gists, although their profit upon it 13 small, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation for which
everybody inquires, and for whick nobody will
accept a substitute. It ia to-day the most popular
medicine in the civilized world. Extensively as lt
ia advertised, Ks beat a ! vert? ?em ni t is the beneficial
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Vabks other stimulants it braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral action.
The chewing effect which it prodacei upon the
mind ls not momentary, but permanent. There is
ao subsequent depression. It does not, as ia the
case with ah othsr stimuli, beget a craviag for ex
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with those of a tonic and invigorant. Tho perfect
purity of ill its ingredients, their admirable adap?
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combined, and the scientific skill with which they
are blended, render this famous article at once the
most potent and the most harmless of all known
tonics and alteratives.
Bold by all Druggists.
December 7 * 4ly
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July 26 nae_lyr
ASE FOB KO CTBEB, TAKE NO OTB EB, AND
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jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurions to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING BEAC! ION.
Dodd's Nervine and Inyigoraioi
ls a TONIC aud GENTLE STIMULANT which ia
NOT attended hy REACTION. Wt.at it gains foi
you Jt maintains. When lt n freshes body or mind,
it refreshes witb natara] strength that romes lo stsy.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in tba interest
of any faction; but long sud extended obs?rvanos
teaches us that he who resorts to the beule for rest
or recuperation, will find, as he keens at it, that hs
is kindling a Dru in his bones which will coutume
like the flames of perdition. Turn from it. Take a
tunic that will retread ?nd not destroy. DODD'S
NERVINE ls f?rrale by all Drugcists. Price One
Dellar. 6ee Book of Certificates that accompanies
each bottle. 7mos June 35
llRMJVE O HE ASK SPOTS.
USE THE DOCBLE DISTILLED
Prepared, and for sale, wholesale and retail, by
DB. H. BAIR,
May 25 No. 131 Mettacg-strteL
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price, i
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
3 EXPRESS BOXES.
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
i Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturera)
TJ ? "? , ( 265 Broadway, New Toa*.
Principal )m Chefltn|lt St
Warehousea j108Bank st., Cieveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
9 United State? .* >
FOB SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
Cf IA KLESTOJf.
December 29 lyr
THE ONLY CERTAIN
salted ud warranted to
koep freik tor sR Mme
the greatest discovery
of its kind In the age we
UT? in. No person see*
be troubled with RATS,
Mica BE/> BUGS, or
ROACHES, for afr. Isaacson's de struct! ve re ft: edy is
within the reach of all. Prepared emly by himself,
from rare and Talos ble-compound*, its cheapness ia
as wonderful as its efficacy. Hundreds of testimo?
nials have been received irom all parta of the United
The great advantage thia SURE FOP possesses
over all simflsr pre para tl ens is the FACT that ills
Certain In its Kffbets, ' - -
and free from the unpleasantness ot ram dying 1?
their holes ts it causes them to leave th* pretnisea
toseek air, and consumes them so entirely a* to?
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers of references can be made te
Persons in tala city, i
?ho have successfully used lt y
SOLE AGENTS FOB SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meena* ?aa Haael-streets,
April 33 HLmwt 6mo Charleston, 8. C.
rJIHK BISHOP PILLI
TUE BISHOP PILLI
TUB BISHOP PILL I
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
'TOSTARA* BISHOP PILL,
"Is of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness,' Inda,
gestion, Dyspepsia, ' Headache, Nervous Debility,
Liver complaint." "The beat PILL in the world."
Af sdi cal Journal, September 8.
TRY T H S Ul ;
49? AH Druggists in CHARLESTON seilt bes*.
"Cos tar's" lt at. Hoar n, ota.. Kiter ml'a.
. toitai'i" Beti Bs| Exterminators.
'.Costar'*" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Bemsdle* known."
"18 year* established, in New York."
"3000 Boxes and Plasta manufactured daily.'*
?.III Beware ll I of spurious im 1 ta t?o n i..' ' I
"All Druggists in cuABLESTuN sell them."
For tl, $?, li and $6 sizes, Address
No. 13 Howard-atreet, New York,
Hold in CH ABLEST ON, 8. C., by
GOO JJ It ICU, Wi.NE MAN At CO.
March 23 nae J yr
OS A DALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by DrnotTlsto Kverrwnere.
JJ K A T II TO W O il Bl S I
FLEMINGS WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best in Use.
The- are made of "Santonlne," and contain no
Bead what one rf tbe most dlstingnlsbed physi?
cians of Ricbmord, Ya., says about the Lou6geafc
I bave lone used Pantonlne, tbe setive principle of
European Woim-Seed, as sn effectual remedy for
Worms in children. Mr. Warner L. Fleming pre
; ires a Loeenge composed of lt, which is a very
pleasant snd palatable i rm in which to administer
lt to children, and which nay be relied on as prop?
erly prepared. O. F. MANSON, M. D.
For sale by
DR. H. BAEE, Wholesale Agent,
June 21 No. lil Keetlag-itreet.
?j^ I S O N ? S
Warranted lo Remore all Desire
It ia Purely Vegetable ansi eenuin?
The ioilowlns is one of thousands of testimonial?
that are dally received by tbs Manufacturer:
Ricnmin), YA-, November 28,1868.
DEAS fra- The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
yon according to the receipt you have submitted to
me, and the Ingredients ot which I have examined,
is purely vegetan e, entirely b aimless, and contains
nothing in the least injurious. It is not disagreeable
to the taste, and as a home article, I hope yon will
meet with ready sale tor it. and I believe that if tba
directions are followed, lt will do all you elsimed for
it JOBNDOVE, M.D.
(J?T* Price 60 cent? per BOT. The usual discount
to the Trade.
49* For tale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLFSALE AGENT FOB 60UIH CAROLINA.
g cpu tir Silters.
PANK HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
ATO ALL SU-AtUB SF fut
STOMACH AND LITER.
tmrr AU iMoxiravm? ar vax
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK.
Mannfactnred by C. F. P?NKRI1ST,
C8BDB ANS APCTEKAS7,
CHARLESTON, B.C. *
49-Por Sale bu DrugffUtt LVrrytrA^.-fea.