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THE DAILY If EWS.
FmiH, frail of figure, young; and like a chill
?or ? ter trust, Md large and loving eyes;
With hair nat) golden seaweed, runt.lng wild
A rosebud mouth, vi th sayings not too wise,
But very aweet to bear ; a saan akin,
Waite mostly, but flushed faintly frt na within
With rc ay lights-as when a lamp is placed
Within a porcelain Tase-aa though a rose
With bloom-white heart Were slowly growing red
Like pearls entwined w'th blossoms, she shall wed
To nature's charms all grace that art bestows,
gae shall ae pure and bue enough to greet
A poor relation m the gaping street I
CHINAMES AS LABORERS.
A letter io the New York Commercial Adver?
The Taine of Chinamen as laborera bas been
underrated in this country. I have seen them
in all parts ot California, engaged in a great
variety ol c ccu pat iona - as agriculturists,
cooks, mechanics, miners, etc.; on the Pacific
Kailroad, in situa'iona affording ampio eom
psriaon With Europeans; also, on tbe Pacific
mail steamer s between San Fiancisco and BOB?
Kong, where they form entire crews, discharg?
ing the duties of boatswains, assistant engineer,
Ac., with entire acceptance, and 1 bava seen
them in osmpetirion with Japanese, on J?psn
ase soi'. In the position of "shroff," "com?
prador," or accountants, they are cot excelled.
Enter any or the English or American bouses
in China or Japan and doubt B on this point, if
ai y exist, will be rt moved at onoe. Or yon
need not go further than the splendid bulld
. lng of tao Sank of California: in San Francis?
co. Wherever yon can find a pile of i taboos
or Mexican dollars there yon may expect to
see a disciple of Confncins with eagle-eye and
dose shaven bead, discharging his duties not
only with fidelity, bnt with surprising dexter?
ity and precision. Aided by a mathematical
machine ta frame with wires ?nd slidmsr ~a!I.*)
their accuracy in computation is almost un?
erring. Whatever your former estimate as to
csamcity or moral qualities, prejudices must
surely yield to respect, at least so far as con- |
oems the better cl asees. This last quahfyiog
clause, yon may properly remark, is well added,
for no people on earth manifest class distinc
. fame, more plainly than tbs Chinese. Any
where among a pr miscnons company, (aod
nowhere more readily than among the se?
or Qed cooke passengers of a Pacific mail
steamer, ) diff?rences of east are boldly marked
in feature, h. ir, complexion, babita, deport?
ment, Ac. Lot whatever their failings or de
fioienciee, they may be relied on to possess ?he
essential, requisite capacity for hard labor.
1 volunteer these remarks bc cause you have
reason for a certain degree of distrust in sc?
oop tang the testimony cf California newspapers
tonohmg this entire subject. They must
speak guardedly in deference to a sentiment
entertained by a large class of population
there hos.ile to the introducion of Cbinese
labor because of its cheapness-a sentiment
so rampant,. that, were it not for the reso?
lute attitude of "Jaw and order" citizens, the
world ere this m gbt have been horrified
by tidings of a widely-concerted conspiracy
and attempted general massacra on the Pa?
. Though Chinamen for the most part carry
with them the pale.. saUew complexion com?
mon to Asiatics, and looroompaiattvely frail,
experience on the Pacific Railroad and else?
where baa proven that a given number of this
. sort of laborers matched with an equal norn
ber of Olta and cet to work will be quite as
likely to come ont first on the opposite side of
aaandbark or bed of rock. Thu is what tells
A JAPANESE EXECUTION.
While we had been making our tour of in?
spection, the doomed tttlprit had been unlash?
ed and dlemotmted from bis norse at the gate.
Bot whan set on his feat he was unable to
stand-, owing to weakness and the constrained
Sttd painrnl posit ian io which he had been kept
so long, and his guards were obliged to carry
bim into tbe precincts of the prison. Here an
ample breakfast had been provided, of which
he ate heartily and with evident enjoyment.
After a fall half hour it waa intimated to him
that lia pr?sence was expected. Witb the as
shrtanee of an attendant on each side be walk?
ed slowly nato the execution ground, and waa
placed, kneeling and sitting on his heels, IQ tbe
rinivtWsaTJapanese posture, behind a s^all
hole dug out for the reception of his' ead.
Some ten yards in front of him. and separated
by a rope running across the square, sat tbe
presiding yakonia and the prison authorities,
calmly fanning themselves; and beyond these
again were the axx or eight foreigners wbo
had been admitted. The prisoner's arms
were then pinioned behind his back;. but
before the doth was tied over his otes
he requested -that a minute's grace might
be allowed bim. This being granted him. he
raised a weak, quavering voice to its highest
pitch, and screamed out, "My friends 1 ' Im?
mediately au u n ean hJy chorus of wails answer?
ed the poor wretch from bis friends outside tbe
walls, none of whom could se seen from the
interior. This was followad by ' Byonara,"
(good by,) and by a deeper and m re prolonged
wall' from the crowd outside. The prisoner
thain signalled tobie guards that he waa ready,
and submit' ed quietly to the op?ration of blind?
folding; the executioner stepped up, and care?
fully adjusting the victim's head a little on one
side, so as to hang exactly over the hole pre?
pared to reavive it, signified that all was ready;
the word was given, when, without raising h s
weapon more than a foot above the neck of the
eondomned, the executioner brought donn his
heavy blade with an audible tbud, which sev?
ered the bead instantly from the body.
Immediately the head fell it was sewed, care?
fully washed and cleaned, the procession waa
reformed aa before-except that the hcrse pre
vioosly ridden by the deceased ac w earned
the expontiouei in charge >ef the life'ess bead
-and wended ita way to a raised mound at the
aide ot the highway a quart er of a mile dis?
tant. Here a kind of gadows bad been erect?
ed, and on this was placed the dead man's
bead, supported in its position by clay, there
to remain six days, m sight of all passers-by.
sad a w'ru ic g to nil evil doers.-lyman Ab?
bott, tn Harper's Magasin*.
THE AMT OF SLEEPING.
Game persons nave the gift of a'eep, and need
sot cultrwstai the art of sleeping. They can lie
down and- go to sleep anywhere and at any time,
aod under almost any conceivable ci room
ata?ese. They can sleep when they are sick,
and steep-away their si can ees ; they can sleep
when they are in tr?cele, and forget all their
carer.- they caa sleep on a soft bed, o - a hard
9ja*i. with comfortable pillows under their
beads, or without them. They cc old lie-down
" in the midst of the sea," or " upon tbe top of
a mast," and sleep-sleep.
And even if they cannot find a place to
stretch themselves, they can still sleep, bol t
" upright, in a chair, in a car. or anywhere,
their heads wagging round, to be sure, but
their senses locked np qnietlv in the arms of I
sleep- ?weet aleen. They can do sdi this OD an
empty stomach, and so forget their bnngjr;
and they can do it equally weil on a full stom?
ach. ?nd leave nature to take care of tts load.
Such people may truly be said to possess the
gift of sleep. Borne persons may call them
''sleepy beads;*' vet they contrive to get
through the world very comfortably, and
though they may not be lean and hungry-look?
ing, an i may even .be enclosed iu their own
fat, some of them, they are not necessanlv
heavy and stupid when awake. S > far from
lbw, some of them are as wide awake and
sharp when at work as the least sleepy of mor?
tals. W? chance to know some of this breed
of sleepy men and women, who are a match for
anybody wbeo awsse. But t-leep to them is a
gila, not aa art, nor an acquisition.
There is, however, another class of homans,
and much the most numerous class, too who
are poor sleepers, light sleepers, dainty sleep
era, with whom sleep-good, sound, refresh- ,
mg, continuons -leep-is the exception io their j
experience, and not the rule. These people
need to study the art of sleeping. And first
and foremost, they must carefully guard
against the use ot indigestible food and every
thing that tend* to the derangement of the
stomach. Three-quarters ot all our sleepless?
ness arises from inqui?tude of the intestinal
canal. A plentiful, but digestible and simple
dinner, a light and very plain supper, taken
hoon before bed lime, a sponge bath bet re
going to bed, which anybody cac have in his
own chamber; a well-aired bedroom, and not
over heavy bed clothing, rather ugbt to begin
with, with a reserve blanket for after midnight,
xeneede-l, are all the precautions for the light
Light and pleasant employments and ei joy
men ts for some hours before retiring are also (
quite deeiiable. Tbe diversion of the mind |
from any aosarbtag, and particularly any
discomforting and trou bl asome subject of ,
fhougtit is also quite necessary. Aod then, a <
good (air start towards sleep, when tbe bed is ?
-first reached, is very important. Every man,
rn t ?
wheo be gets into bed, should settle himself
?oietiy at once, and then say, "Now I lay tne
own to sloep,," and snit hm actions to tr?
words. Ii he once begins to turn from aide to
side, it is allover with him. It will be all night
There ie more io thia getting of a fair start j
at once than most people are aware ot. It is
like getting a cc od start in a rsx?-the inside
oft be nue. After, all however, one may be
beateD. But the chances wih be greatly in bis
favor, if, in addition t ? previous precautions
and preparations, he lays himself do wo at once
Bat suppose be wakes ont of hid first sleep
after an hour or two? Why then he must play
possum and pretend to sleep, and by no means
allow himself to be folly toused, il ne can pos?
sibly avoid it. People go to sleep by sections,
and they wake np ordinarily in the same way ;
and, if care is used, the wo ole mao may not
be roused, and onlv a part will have to be quiet?
ed again. Yet after all, the sleep-seeker may
ruiscrablv fad of his intended rest; for the beet
device of men and mioe will som- times gang
awry; and then thero is nothing better to do
but'pet np for a walk around the room, a draft
of water, s quiet rock in an easy-chair, s thor?
ough cooling of the persen and the bed, aid
another at tem t st sleep.
Above all things avoid getting into a fret
because of roar sleeplessness. Don't think it
a very grievous or nnnsnal thing for one to be
awake three or four boors on a stretch. You j
"will soon get used to tbs thing, or by patient
reinstalling overe?me the restless habit We
know men who are reasonably hale and hearty,
though approaching their threescore years and
len, who yet hardly know from their own ex?
perience wha an uni D term pt ed nights Bleep,
means, and whose nights are ordinarily broken
by hours of wakefulness.
The ?nil has mach to do with ones sleep. By
irai nine, the mind and body may be taught to
obey pretty generally the determinations of
the will. John Wesley learned to go to sleep
wben he would and where he would, and to
sleep as long ss be would. If he bad half an
boor's leisure, and neede 1 sleep, be would
throw himself" down and take the required rest.
Danit I Webster, rf we mistake not, had some?
thing o' the same power of going to sleep
when be would. And though ev erv body can?
not do exactly as Wesley or Webster did, they
msy approximate towards them by the persis?
tent exercise of the will in controlling mind
and body; and even partial success will pay
well for the trouble takeD.-Boston Tratetier.
WHAT 18 UNDER THE CRUST.
At Hampstead, in England, the Waterworks
Company, in 1853. bored sn artesian well to
the depth of 1302 feet, or within a few feet ot a
quarter of s mile. Tne company sunk about
?8000 in this well in two years, and found no
water. The section of toe boring shows sixty
eight difieren-, strata. The last layers are, sn
eight feet depth of red sandstone, micaceous
and quartzose; a two feet depth of light red
clayey Band, with small angular fragments of |
obert and flint; and s six feet depth of wnitish
and greenish b? rd s indstono. Mr. J. G. Sym?
ons, a scientific Englishman, thought this hole
in the ground m ?fr ht be turned to good use in
the canse of science, even it it had failed to be of |
practica I benefit by cooling the parched throats
ot tbe Hampsteadera and patting money in the
purse of tbe company, tie was a membar of |
a committoo appointed by the British Asso?
ciation to investigate the temperature of tho
earth at great depths; and st once saw that
here was sn excellent opportunity to conduct
his experiments s quarter of a mile down, sven
?4 be should never have sn opportunity of |
Sing lower. We do not propose to say sav?
ing of th 3 difficulties be bsd to ec co un ter, t he
ingenious apparatus be used to overcome these
difficulties, io., Ac. It is the results "or the
experiments, eo far, that we wmh to call stten
tion tb, sad these may be briefly stated. Mr.
Svmon's experunsots are not yet concluded.
He has made them week by week since January,
sod the resalta so far he regir?s ss st any rate
decisive. Ho has mads gradual observations
down to s depth of 1100 feet, and bu ascer?
tained that tbe temp?rai are th M e is twenty de?
grees nigher tbsn above ground-that is to say,
the thermometer showed seventy decrees,
whereas the mesa temperature of London is
fifty degrees. If this rate of increase con?
tinues, ss there seems no reason to doubt
would be the c*?e, toiling point (two hundred
sod tea degrees) would be rescbed sbont
s mile and a bali down. There ia then
s rise of temperature of ono decree in
every fifty-five feet of the earth's crust.
At this rate, we would not -have to go
many miles down to reach a point where all
matter is m a stale of fusion. The resolte of
these experiments will be used lu calculations
ss to age of the earth, from the thickness of |
the crus'; but who knows that there mav not
come a day when aome more practical advan?
tage - ill bo derived. Why should we suffer
from cold, or darkness, or coal-strikes and re?
sulting high pricer for fool and gas, wich this
immense reservoir of beat snd light beneath
our feet? Will not som: inventive genios turn
bis efforts in this direction, and earn thc title
of benefactor of bis race, by bnng.ng these
low-down products of mother earth into the
ST. GFOROE'S. BERMUDA-Per British sehr Lion
-96,000 feet Pitch Pine tumbe'.
Cnurleston Cotton ead mee St?rkst.
OFF ICH OP TRB CHARLESTON DAILY NEWa. I
caaaLzsTOK. Tues 1 ty Evening, Aurast ie. j
Corrow-Tbis article was marked by dullness,
the demand being light tad prices showing sa
easier tendency. Cale? 34 bales, say ll st 29% ; ? at
30; 7 at Sta We ?unte:
Ordinary to uood ordinary.28 (?ate
Low Dkiddihsg.31 ?t - '
By New York classification wa quote:
Middling nominally.33 ?
Bi a.-The market far this grain waa q-iyt ?ad no
arantactfona of note took placa. We quote common
to fair ?lean Carola? at 7X38; good 8>?@8)? els.
* *" .
mark??? toy Telegraph.
L03D0M, August 19-Noon- Coa?ol? 92%. Bond?
steady at S3& Sacar quiet bath on the spot and
afloat. Turpentine 26s Si.
Lmaroon, August ll-Noon.-Cotton steady and
unchanged, balea ia.tee bales. Bsd Western wheat
10? ldfclOs 2d. Within th? past three day? the re?
ceipts' of wheat at tu? port have been 36,909 qaar
ter?, whereof 15,c00 are Aaiericao. Corn 29s Sd.
Bacm S3s. Lard 71a
Evening.-Cotton a ?bade firmer. Quotation? un
changed, sales 12.CW bale?. Brcadstufls quiet.
Provisions finn. Others un thanked.
Nzw Toaz, August 10-Noon.-Stocka ?teady.
money 6.7. Sterling 10. Geld 35\. < orton quiet
and at ady at 33*. Turpentine 12 >2. Rosin ateavj.-.
Com mon i 2 26. Good (brained $2 30 J 2 33.
Evening-Governments ?leady, 62'? 34S'- South?
erns dull. Cotton unchanged, f ales 15'.o bales at
33*c. Flour lesa active and a raid? easier State
aad Western superfine S9s6 60. Southern, common
to fair extra, 87a7 6a Wheat 3*3* lower. White
M'chlgan 8166. Corn lesa ?clive and unchanged.
Pork nun at ?3116. lard Srm at 20a20i?. Whiskey
$112all3. Rice firm. Carotins 8a9J. Sugar activa
Porto Rico 12al3;. Muacovado 11>?S12 >,c Havana
I2>2'?i3c. Naval atores firm. Freight? very firm.
Money quiet at 6a7c. Dhwunnts dull-bett paper
offered at 9 without buyers. Sterling dull bat steely
at IO. Gold weak at 35*. fctocks irregular.
BALTIMORE, August 19.-Cotton, quiet. Flour sc?
ore. Middling and lower grades ad vac ced 26c
Howard-street tiupeiflne $*33a7T6. Wheat firm.
Bed $1 60al 70. Corn steady. Wblte $110. Oats
weak at : 8i6lc. Rye 91 30. Pork firm. Bacon ic
ti ve. bbou'dere IfJfO. Barn? 24c Lard l9>,a2C?.
Crae JU NATL August 18.-Whiskey firm. Kew $198.
Old $i 09 Pork oui ?t 933 25a33 50. Baeoa firm
shouters 13J?C. Clear sides 19.i;c Lard 19>ie.
ST. Loma. August 10 -Whiskey SI 06*1 07. Pork
juiet at 934aS4 50. Bacon steady. Shoulders 15*a
15\c Ciear sides 19.li.
LOUISVILLE, Angustio-Flour advancing. Super
Ino $4 75. Provisions firm. Mess pork 934. Simul?
ien l?e. Clear aids? J9>,?. Lard 18\'. Fancy hams
I3j?c Wht-key $1 08,
WmaraoTOJ, August 10.-Spirits turpentine quiet
md steady at 38X?. Bcxta a shade better at $160a
ll 70 C> nd? tarp?attn? unchanged. Tar $2 25.
Weather ?lear. Wind east southeast. Thermome?
AUOCBTA, August 10.-Routing doing in oe rt oe
Beceipts 6 balea Middlings nomina ly 31 'ae.
Savasxaa, August 19 -Beoeipta 6 bales.
MOBILZ, August 19.-Cotton cloded quiet Sales
JO biles. Low aaiddlin.s80.'. Receipt? 1 bal?, ai?
port* 39 balea
Nzw OaiAina, Aurait 19 -Cotton dull and nomi
itlly unchanged. BectJits tc-d*y 381 ba'*-. Kale?
)5 halo? Sogar quiet - nd firm. Prime MMe. Cona?
nen tl Xe MoUasss. reboiled #M70C. ?old 84W. |
Her If ag 49. New York al?bt exchange at par. J
vil Arv L?iv^ i v> ' i'AiJUA *
NASHVILLE, August 7.-COTTON.-Not * bale re
xcoeivsd, seid or.tblope& to dar. We quote nomi,
nal!y 18 follows: Ordinary 27; good ordinary 28 v.?
39; low mlddlrop 30a?0
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT
3took on hind september 1,1868 . 66 j
Stock on band. 128
Coat?.-The receipts to-day amounted to 35C0
bushels, whirh in bought loose at 76 cents, and ship?
ments of 2100 busnels at 96 cents, sacked and deliv?
ered io depst
WHEAT. -Market weak at $lal 05 tor Mediterra?
nean; kl 10 for red; $116 for amber, and tl 20 for
white. The receipts to day were beary, amounting
to 11,608 bushels, with sales a-J a shipments of 800
FLOUR.-Market firm and business brisk. Our
millers sr? overrun with orders, and unable to sup?
ply the demand, shipments to-day 400 bbls to points
?oath. No change in prices.
WILMINGTON, August 9.-TURPENTINE-Hts
declined s shade, and we repoit sales of 244 bbls at
$3 lor virgin, sud $2 60 for yellow dip, per 280 ??.
tram T tran irron-ales reported of only 60
bbls at 38Xe fl gallon.
Bm?-vales of IOU bbls at ?156 for strained
and tl 60 for strained and No S.
No rai-a reported lo ether ?rdales.
/Sanne * lim
Port ol Charleston. Auslast ll
rsa rs or rar MOOR.
New Moon, 7th, 4 honra. 46 minutes, evening.
First Quarter. 14th. 7 hour. 19 minutes, morning.
Full Koon. 21st. ll hours. 3 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter. 30th. 2 hours, 38 minutes, morning.
BiSXS. I SITS.
9 Monday....; 6..20
10 Tuesday.... 6..21
11 Wednesday.) 6..21
12 Thursday...! 6..22
13! Friday..... I 5..23
14'Saturday... 6. .23
15 Sunday.1 6. 24
Arrived Y estera ay.
F ehr Emma D Finne v,-, Jacksonville. Fla, -
dtvs. Lumber. 'Io H F Baker & Co. Bound Noitb
and put m leaky.
British sehr Lion, McLellsn, bt George's, Bermuda
-Cou: ten ay A Trenbolm.
steamship J W Everman, Stockley, Philadelphia.
Steamer Dictator, McNeit.v, Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah.
From tills Pori.
British bark Ansdell, Turpin, liverpool, Jnly 24.
Slaipiietvs ?.> l e'ociapit.
NEW YOWL Augost 10.-Arrived, the Java.
SAVANNAS. August 10.-Cleared, Ida L Bay for
An unknown schooner, from New Tork (or Charles?
ton, ls ashore on the knoll off Ty fe ue Island.
POST OF GEORGETOWN. S. C., AUGUST 6.
August 5-. -Scar Palma, Ireland, New York.
Lil ST OF VMHKL9
OF. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR A Ula WAT.
The Hanna ti Lizzie, Ferguson, cleared.slay 20
The Vinoo, Balli lay, ivied.July lt
British brig Courier, Mane, sailed.?July C
Sehr Velocity, Pi uk ham, aailed.Jane lt
Brig H W McGUvery, Mutts, cleared.July 1
Brig Cyclone, Fris?le, up.August 8
Sehr Oeor.de, 6wm, up.July 31
sob. Lilly, Bashes, up.August 4
behr Mluerva. Dissobway up.August 2
Sehr amanda Flaana?as, Collins, cleared_July 30
Behr Francisco, Crowther, up.July 28
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES OP VHS
STOMACH AND LIVER.
VEST ABS aSWaWEXBED BT SEE
HEGEMAN J* CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOES.
Manufactnred fey C. F.
.BBB3T AS) AlWOtaaT,
ORARLEST0N, 6. C.
9j-Vor Bole by I*ruggi*U Everyi?her*f%B
Febraaiy 15 mwflyr
rpHfi: uniTKRSAii FAVORITE,
WILLCOX Sc GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
THIS MACHINE STANDS THUS FAB UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
bas taken the place of over ferty double thread ma.
chines in this city. Reliable Agents wasted ia all
large towns tn the Ftats.
D. D. ai ASELTUN,
No. 307 KING-STREET,
Willcox A Gibba' Agent of South Carolina.
NEED LE:?". OIL, SILE, fcc, sonatantly on hand.
RSPAIRTNO as uanaL ttathly Mayl
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Aagast 10_tut2 g
QITKATE OF MAG* USIA.
A GOOD COOLING BUMMER MEDICINE. MADE
fresh every day, by Da. H. BASS,
May 26 No. HI Meeting-street.
1*1 Vf S-r? TT Ui/iiJuwvM - -
^ GLORIOUS CHANGE.
THAT ANY SICK MAN fUBVTVED THE
treatment of fifty years ?TO. mast be considere! a
proof thit haman beings are very hard to kin.
The lancet, calomel, eantharidles and drastic pur?
gatives were thea the order of the day. The phy
sic'an played Into the hands of the apothecory^And
the uoiortuuate patient was drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicine}. We
ive in a more rational and conscientious era. The
mportance of supporting Nature in its conflict
with disease is now understood. Complaints ia
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated by
artificial depiction. They are met wi a TONICS
that rally tbe vital powers and enable them to de?
feat the enemy. Chief among these alli is of Nature,
in its battles with sickness, ia
PLA STATION BITTKKB.
This wende rf al vegetable restorative li the sheet
anchor of the feehlo and debilitate?. Aa a cordial
for the aged and decrepid it has no equal among
stomaeblcc Aa a remedy for Me nervous weakness
to which tho tender aex are especially subject, it ia
superseding every other auaaulant and nervine.
In all climate*, tropical, temperate or Mg'd. its acta
as a specific in every species of disorder which un?
dermines tho bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. Wherever it is introduced it be?
comes a standard article-o, medicinal itaple. Drug,
g ?ata. although their profit upon it U small, find lt
absoluter? necessary to keep a preparation t'or which
everybody iaqutres, and for which nobody will
aceept a substitute. It ia so-day the most pop alar
medicine in the eivihaed world. Extensively aa lt
is advertised, ita best aJvertisemont ia the beneficial
rt su! t which uniformVy follow ? ila use. Every bottle
sold insures ?he sale of at least haifa dozen more.
Unlike other stimulants it braces and fortifies the
system without eccl ting undue cerebral action.
The ?heeriog .?ecuwhieh it prod noes upon the
mind ii not momentary, but permanent. There is
no subsequent depression. It docs not, as is the
case with all other stimuli, b?get a craving for ex
citants. On tbs other hand, it aooikes and calms
the nerves, combining, strange as the anomoly may
seem, tbe qualities of a sedative and gentle anodyn
with those of a tonie and invigorant. Ibo perfect
parity of all its ingredients, their admnnble ?adap?
tation to the purposes they are inteaded to sub?
serve, the Juiicious proportions ia which ?hey ar
combinod, and thc scientific skiB with which they
ere blended, render this fomoui arliele at once the
most potent and the most harmless of all known
tonics and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists.
lings, (??f miuls, ?(.
E A T il T O WORMS!
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best In Use.
They sre made of "Santomae," sud contain no
Bead wbat one cf tbe most distinguished physi?
cians cf Richmond. Vs.. says about the Lozenges :
I haye long used *>antonine, tbe active principle of
European Woim-seed, as sn effectual remedy for
Worms in chiMren. Ur. Warner L. Fleming pre?
pares a Lozenge composed of P. which ls a very
pleasant and palatable firm in which to administer
lt to children, and which may be relied on a* prop?
erly prepared. O. F. MANSON, M. D.
For sale by
DR. B. BAEB, Wholesale Agent,
June 21 Ko. 131 Meeting-street.
jpUK THU H A IK.
PHALON'3 CHEMICAL HAIR INV1G0RAT0R
AYERS HAIR VIGOR
MON fGOMERY'S HAIR RB6T0RBR
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIEE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANI'S COCOA CREAM
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIO
BATCHELORS HA TR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
H AMBLE TON'S HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY RUM, &c., 4c.
For sa!e by Dr. ll. BA EU,
Mav 8 No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
T\ K. EICHAU'S
ASK FOB NO rTBFR, TARE NO OTHER, AND
you will save lime health and money.
$U IO REWARD lor any care of disease in aa>y
atase which they fill to cure.
Dr. RICBtU'S (iOLDfcM BALSAM Na 1 eurea
Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore J hxoat and Mouth, hore
Eye?, Cn tar con? or Skin Eruption?, Copper Odored
Blotches, -orenes- of the scalp. Scrofula, Ac. ; ia the
greatest Renovator, Alterative and Blood Purifier
known, removes ail diseases from the system, snd
leaves the blood pure and bealtbv.
Dr. KICHAO's GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 eurea
Mercurial Affections, Lbeumattsm in all it-forms,
whether tom mercury cr other causes; gives imme?
diate relief In all cases. No dieting necessary. 1
have thousands of Certificates proving the miracu?
lous cures effeoleo by these Remedie?. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, $0 per tot tic, or iwo bottles for
, Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe, spee
I dy,p'essant and radical cure fnr all Urinary Da.
raiments,accompanied ?Ith full dlrecbotis. Price
$3 per bottle.
Dr. RI CH AC.S GOLDEN ILIX1R n'AMCUR, a
i adral cure for Nervous or General Debility, in old
or yoong; imparting emrgv with wonde-ful ?fleet.
Price 16 i er bottle, or two bottles for 99.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be shipped
to say place. Prompt attention paid to all correa
dents. None genuine without ih- name of "Dr.
RICHAU'd GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. H. RICHARDS.
Sole Proprietor," blown In glass ot bot le?.
Address D. H. RlCBAhD*.
No. 228 Varick-stroei, New York
Office Hours from DA. M. to 9 P. M.
Circu'are sent. ly July 8
JJ E CAREFUL
WHENYOU ARFFXH*U5TED BY OVEhWOEK
of head or hand, and feel the need of somethirg In?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxicating
thing, whe.her nnder the name of Hitters or other?
wise, t-uch articles glv jn_?t a? much rtrengib to
your weary i-od^ud mind as the whip gives to the
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurions to Nerve health, and aro ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING BEAC! ION.
Dodd's Nervine and Invigorator
is a TONIC and GENTLE STIMULANT which ls
NOT attended t'y REACTION. WLat it gains for
you it main tai rs. When it n freshes body or mind,
lt refreshes wi'h natural strength that como? io stay.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in tbo interest
of any faction; but long and ex'ended observation
teaches us that he who ?esor's to the bottle for rest
or recuperation, will find, as be keens at il, that he
is kindling a fire in his bones which will consume
like thc flames of perdition. Tura from it. Takes
tonic that will relresn i<nd not destroy. DODD'8
NERVINE ls for sate hy all Dru gads ts. Price One
Dellar. See Bcok of Certificates that accompanies
each bott! 7moa June 25
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and prioe. .
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
release send for a cats togo? to
MARVIN ? CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
. . , (265 Broadway, New Ytffk.
Principal J m che8tnnt St Phi]a.
Warehouses |108Bank St> oieveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD k CO.,
No. 903 EAST BAT,
December 23 lyr
|mgs, (E?jfin?fal?, (Etc
1^ O 8 K o o :
SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
NERVOUS DEBILITY, RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA, KIDNEY AFFECIIONS,
ER UP I ION 3 OP TBE i KIN,
Obstinate or lona stan dins diseases of the
BLOOD, LIV EB, ?BINABY OBOANS,
NEBVOUS SYSTEM, Atc.
It purifies and enriches the Biood, eradicates all
Syphilitic or Scrofulous Taints. Restores the Liver
and Eidneys to a healthy action, aids digestion, reg*
ni?tes the bowels, and invigorates the Nervous Sys?
? NOT A SECRET QUACK MEDICINE.-??
FORMUL A ABOUND EACH BOTTLE.
Recommended by the best Physicians, eminent
Divines, Editsrs, Drnggieta, Merchants, Ac
?-THE BEST AND MOST POPULAR MEDI
CINE IN U8E.
rRFPASED ONT,Y BX
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
(An experienced ?nd well-known Physician and
Laboratory and office. No. 6 Main-street,
Price One DoVar per bottle.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WISEMAN A CO ,
DOWIE A MOI-E,
Charleston, S. C.
And Druggists everywhere.
July 26 nae_lyr
rp n K BISHOP PILLI
TUE BISHOP PILL. !
TIIS BISHOP PILL.!
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTARS" BISHOP PUL,
1 Ie of extraordinary etiles cy for Costiveness, Indi*
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache. Nervous Debfaiy,
Liver complaint." "The beat PILL in the world."
Vedi eal Journal, September A
TRY T H ? MI .
TRY T ll B Ul
?3-All Druggists in CHARLESTON ed) them.
"Co s tar" i" Kat, Iloach, di*.. Kit er na l's.
"toitaiV Bad Bag Ext?rnalas to rs.
??Coatar'e" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedies known."
"18 yean-rstablifhed in New York."
"JOl'O Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
..! 11 Beware 111 of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in CH ABLEST ON sell thea. "
For SI, $?>, fi and $5 sizes, Address
"COSTA ll" COUPA A Y.
So. 13 Howard-street, Stw York.
Sold in CH ABLESTON, 8. C., by
GUOUK1CI1, WIN EUAN <v CO.
March 2? nae lyr
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Drngjinf Kverywnere.
Jai* a* i
a fj u E p o PI
THE ONLY CERTAIN
AD O LT H I8AAC8EN'8
^^aaBaaaw HEBM ETICALLY
Adj^^f^^^^^L sealed and warranted to
.^BUJV^W keop fresh for all time -
T?JB mW the prratert dis'-ovsry
..eal Wm of its kind in the age we
live m. Noperncn nf*d
'^RHBaa? ^ MICE, BED BOGS or
LOACHE?, for Mr. Isaacsen's destructive remedy ls
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable Compound?, Us cheapness Is
as wonderful as its efficacy. Hundreds of testimo?
nials have been received treas all ports of the United
Ihe great advantage this SSBE POP possesses
over all similar preparations ls the FA CT that it la
Certa la In Ita Effecte,
and free from the unpleasant reps of rat? dying in
their ho'i s, as it causea them to leave thc premises
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely as to
Ko Disagreeable Odor.
Number? ot references can be made to
Persons la this City,
who have successfully ?oed it
SOLE AGENTS FOB S OU HI CAROLINA,
DOWIE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting and Kasel- street?,
April 23_nawfjaao_Charleston, 8. C.
J? 1 S O H ' S
Warranted lo Remore all Desire
It ls Purely Vegetable and contain?
nothing I nj ur i ou H.
The following is one of thousands ot testimonials
that are dally rcciived by the Manufacturer :
I::eiiii ND, VA-, November 28.1868.
DEAR ?m- The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
you aecorataa? to the ,-eoiptyou have submitted to
me, and the ingredients ot which I have examinad,
is purely vegetab e. entirety bar mles?, and contains
nothing in the least injurious. It is not disagreeable
to the teste, ?nd an a home article, I hope yon will
meet with ready sale lor ir, and I believe that if the
directions are followed, it will do all yon rliimed tor
it JOBN DOVE, M.D.
43~ Price 90 centa ptr Bo-?. The usual discount
to the Trade.
49- For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLtSALE AGENT FOB SOU I II CAROLINA.
rjlO REMOVE 6KEASE SPOTS.
USE THE BOBBLE LIsTILLEB
Prepared, and for sale, wholesale ?nd ret til, by
Da. E. EA ER,
May 26 Ne. 131 Mesting-strtet '
Q F . P A ti ? N I tl , V
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 123 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
rJIHE ADVEBTISEB BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bil stock of tbs beet LED ported sad Domes.
DEATH TO FLIES.
SUBE AND SPEED! DESIKUCHON TO*
IBIS TROUBLESOME VISITOR.
FOK SALE BY
THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM,
B"5T THE ADVERTIBER.
Which bare eitablii bed for theaoselvu a repa tal lon.
surpassed by none.
Through constant effort and attentionn? hopes to .
meiit s con tts USD ce of Ute public patronage which
bas hitherto been extended to hun.
February 16_rn thal ir
-jy K ? O. S. FRVPHITT'l
CONSISTING OF HTS CELEBSiTED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS PILL8, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonie
TBE EXCELLENT REMEDIES OF 0. 8.
PROPHTTT, M. f., need BO recwnmendst'oii
their weU known power JD remo ring the disesses pe?
culiar to our Sou tharfrli mate having already ce tal?
lish ed for them an enviable reputation tn Georgia
and the adjoining Mate*. As the majority of persons
living in th s South are predisposed to disease of the ?
LiTcr, lt Is granted by sU intelligent physicians that
most of the pains and aches ot oar people are due
to crowie or innctional derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Prephitt'e Liver Medicine and Anti
Bilious Pills starke directly at the root of the evtl.
TS ev ?ure th? Liver, which In nias casas out of en,.
ia at the bottom of the Coup bs. Dyspepsia, Colle,
Pick Beadacbe. Rheumatism, Constipation, Men
straal Obbtrnctiene, kc. so csmason ameng our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Rheumatism,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind flea before
PIIOPHTTT'S PAIS KILL IT
ate chat" bef?se the wind.
PROPUITT'S UTEU MEDIC'N' K.
Dr. J roptrtU-Having u-ed this medicine sum
.lently lom; to teat Its virtue, i nd to satisfy my OWBJ
mind that it is an invalnabls remedy tor Dyspepsia
-a disease from which the writer hae suffered ranch'
for six years-and being persuaded that haadreds
who now *.nffer from thia annoying complaint would
be signally benefitted, as he haa been, by tts use, we
deem it a duty we ewe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them the use of this rsm edy, which,
has given not only himself but several members ot
his family the erea<est relief.
M. W. ARNOLD.
Cf the Georgia Conference.
DOOLY COSTTTT, GA , April, 18*7.
Thia ls to certify I bat i was confined to ike hoare,
and most of the tire to my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony imaginable with Rheumatism, for
Uve mouths, and after trying every available reme?
dy, with no relief, I was cured with two bottles of
Dr. 0. S. Proahtti'a Anodyne Pam Kill It, each coat?
ing tfty cents only: it relieved me almost Instantly.
I therefore recommend it m the highest degree to?
others mffering from similar diseuse. I can say
that lt ie ene ol the beet family medicines now ont,
certain. Yours truly, W. A. FOREHAND.
COVINOTOH, GA., July 9,1867.
Dr. Prop h it.- Having used y cur Liver Medicine
for more than a year in my family, 1 cheerfully re?
commend it to all persons fufferinsr from Liver af?
fections, ?VBpeyFia or Indigestion in ?ny form. I
also recommend your Dysentery Cordial aa the beet
rew dy lor that disease. O. T. BOGERS.
STANTOBr VILLE, PUTNAM COUMTT, Oct I. 1867.
Dr. O. S. /YepAtU-Dear Sir-1 hi* is to certify
that I have used your Ajue Pills for the last ten
ye m. and 1 have never failed io cure the Ague In a
ringle instance with them. They al wive break the
chills the first day that ihey are elven I can recom?
mend them as beinc the ?est ague medicine that I
have ev gr lound, and they leave no bad effects follow?
ing them, as Quinine, Ac.
Yours respectfully. A. WESTBROOK.
PUTS AM rorari. Ga. September 22, 1868.
Dr. 0. S. ProphiU-i-ix-1 have used for the last
two yara in my family you- Liver Medicine, your
Pain Kill It, and your Female Tonie, and I have no
fears in saying that they are tbebsst medicines I haver
ever tim-d for the Liver and Stomach Neun g C and
Rheumatic afflictions, Beadache, Colic, and pains of
every load are subdued by them. After using the
medicines so long, I cheerfully recommend them to
any ard every one, and io aR (bat are afflicted,a? th?
best and safest reme dies for all the disessei tor
which they are recommended. Ac.
Yours respectfully, JAME? W?IGHX.
UR. PBSPHITT'S FESALB TONIC.
This Medicine, with its a ?sociale?, le a safe and
certain remeoy for all curable diseases io which Fe?
males slone sre liable, it is also aa exseRent pre?
ventative of Nervous BliBoness, or Nervous Dis?
eases in either male or leu ale. It is a powerful Ner?
vine TOL ic. setting up a full and free cir calan on
throwshout fhe system.
All or the above Medicine? sold by Bracgisis and
Merchants generally ihroughout the .-os th wees,
ED. S. BURNHAM,
Wholesals and Retail Agent, >
Vc 131 King-erxeet, (near Calhoun,)
Charleston, 8. C.
Prepared only by Da. e). 8. PBOPHTTT.
April 16 Btutfttaioi ?evhigten, Ga.