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A Apanese View 'fAell.
folThe;flowing; raphic piNtre of
Ilt,;is gotten: upby the ay6s6, In
order we suppose, to fi ighton the
pegple into goiodpose, i giypu jo a re
ent- -correspondenee fron Jeddo :
"48eated in theo.entre, with the appear
anoe,of.repose, and. no suffering, yet
looking down stordli upon the prison
era, was King Bon. Before his majdsty
were men kuocking and praying for
pardon. Atone end of the long room a
man was being transformed into a don
key. The sprite who performed the job
had got the man horirontalized, and
standing upon what had formerly been
hands and feet, but were DOW hoofs
and was then at work upon the man.
(R1er. Edward Beecher should have
taken a trip to China, where he would
have found the doctrine of transmigra.
tion of soulslready worked out.
H e might have been saved mucuh- dis
tressfull logie.) At the other cod of
the building a man was climbing an
almost perpendicular ice mountain,
and another was descending head
downward. - In the center of the
building and a little to the left stood
a sprite sawing a man through the
middle from head to foot, and looking
around at him with a horrid grin. A
little to the right a man was climbing
a red-hot-post-firo post.' Near this
last figure was a bridge, with some
persons upon it whose sins had been
remitted, and who were going-my
informant didn't exactly know where.
Some were thrust under the bridge
and were lying there. One man I
saw whose body was nearly, gone,
being crushed within the folds,, of a
serpent. Everything was dreadful,
though not so dreadful as the living,
moving panoramie hell I saw the night
before at the inn."
W1o Is MAsTRn ?-The Daily Re.
publican of the 23d ult. undertakes to
read the Missionary Record out of the
Republican party. At this, Daddy
Cain bristles up, and reads the Re
publican out. lie says he came here
firat-Shows three good aces, all
turned up in three years' services on
stump, in the pulpit; in the rice fIelds,
cotton patches and log cabins, battling
for liberty and Republican govern
ment. Declares the Republican "a
It's a little funny to think of Daddy
Cain reading out the leading organ of
his party. We are curious to know
who is -out. As Mr. Lincoln used to
any, this reminds us of the Western
traveler, who, on riding up to a log
'eabin, called out to know who was
heard a, tremendous scuffling and
fighting going on, aecompained with
yells and ourses ; after quiet was res
tored, a man, nearly breathless came
to the door und gatped out: "Stra
stran- gor, I j-jlo' is." He had sue
ceeded in whipping his wife, and she
ucknowedged ie was master of the
At rare intervals your brainy man
comes before the world with frame.
work indicating the internal struce
tuto-such as Daniel Webster, Jus
tice McLean, Salnon P. Chase, and
General George H1. Thomas. I was
walking along F street with a friend,
tha other day, when we met a gentle.
ill-fiting pantaleons, who wore his
stovepipIe hat well1 down on his head,
and walked wvithi his ungloved hands
elasped in: the small of his back. My
friend is a stranger to Washington,
and as the above desacribed approach..
cd I said:
"Look at this man and toll me
what you think of him."
My friend looked steadily Into the'
dull, glaredi eyes and common-place
ciountenance before us, and, after- it
Lad passed, remarked :
"What of him 1"
Oin nothing, only I wished your
opnoas you are a shrewd observ
or, and have seen a good deal of hu
."W ell, I must say 1 don't see any.
thing remarkable in your friend.
Wh'lo is he ?"
"U!lysses 8. Grant, President of the
"TIhe devil l"--Don Platft.
THE WIuva-1ow sweet to the soul
of man, says iorocas, is the Soidty
of a beloved wvifeo; when wearied and
broken down i'ith the labor of the
day, her end Garments soothe and her
tendecr oare restores him I The soli
citude and the anxieties, and the
heaviest misfortunes of life, are hard
ly to be borne by huim wh~o has the
same time to eon tend with. But how
*much lighter do they seem when, his
necessaury avocations being over, ho
returns to his home, and landa there a
pafrtner of his grief and troubles,' who
takes for his sake her share of domes
tie labors upon her, and soothes the
anguish of his antioipations. 'A wife
Is nbt, s she Is falsely represented anad
esteemed by some, a burden or a sor
row to man. No I she shares his
burden. and alleviates hi. Borrows ;
for thete isun difMeujty so 'heavy or
insupportable in life Itd It Imay be
surimounted ,by the toutual, labor and
the affectionate concord of the holy
A o14 genhut I d ond J
am oh e mAangw1td up
a telegram, apparently from a lady toj
1l r h u s b a d 6b~ , o k t g n ~ 3
curious to know what t aa id
upon r~oa'is &Ada i ej of the
ir~ ~ho old fapily spk
flnding.thaovedesrndeiptte . ThN
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All women know that it is beauty, rather
than genius, which all generations of Dien
have worshipped in the sex. Cpn it be
wondered at, then, that so much of woman's
lime and attention should be directed to the
means of developing and preserving that
beauty I Women know, too, that when men
speak of the intellect of women, they speak
aritically, tamely coolly ; but, when they
somse to speak of the charms of a beautiful
wroman, their 1s4nguage and their eyes kin
lie with an enthusiasm whi~ch shows them
to be profoundly, if not, indeed, rasdiculous.
yin earnest, it is part of the natural sa
zaoity of women to perceive all this, and
herefore employ every allowable art to be.
>oime the4 igo~dess of ,that, adaration.
L'reaoh t6 ttetontrary, as *e many, against
le artssensployed by wvomen, for enhancing
heir beauty,.there still stands the eternal
~aos, that the world does not p refer the so
siety of an uagly' woman of genius to that of
beauty of less ititelletual aequirements
l'he world hes ~yet, allowed no highler mis.
tion to woman than to be beautiful, and it
wrould seem that, the lad~ies of the present
inge are carrying this idea of the world to
Iroater extresntes than 'ever, for alt: women
mow to whom nature has denied the tals.
Elmio power of 6eauty, supplf the defioucn
>y by the se of a most deliightfisr'toilet ar.
lole, known as the "ilooum of touth,''
rhieh has beesi lately introduced into this
sountry by Osonosi W. J.aIun, a delicate
>urlfier, which amoothisout all Indentations.
urrows, scare, removittg tab, freeklis, aind
ilseolorations frore the skin, leaving the
omplexion ole'ar, lirilliasnt, and beautiful,
he skin soft'ausd anlooth. With the tinas.
anee of this noew.Am%rlenic tricoof a.La
ly's toilet, female beauty is deatiped to
lay a larger part in.the admiration of men
mnd the amnbitIon of women than all the arts
rmployed inee her creation. ro't. C. F.
hsandier, Chemist to the Metsopolitat,
ldard qf Hesalth, taE recently prepared a
hemleal analysis of this prepatatidum4 and
'eported that the "Bloom of Youth," was
h eelt .atsun h ave no fer of
Whte W aeVIs egg.
a 40s~a teotu asn hvhhat i
2(aw Toas, August 16th, 1868,
Allow me to sail your attention to my
Preparation of Compound Extract
The component parts are BUCHU, LONG
LEAF, CUBEBS, JUNIPER HERRIES.
MoUR or PitA RATiON.-BUClu, in Va.
ono. .Junipor Berries, by distillation, to
form a fine gin. Cubebs extracted by dis
placement with spirits obtained from Juni
per Iterries; very little sugar is used, and
a small proportion of spirit. It is more
palatable than any now in use.
Buchu, as prepared by Druggists, is of a
dark color. It is a plant that emits iti
fragranoee the action of a flame destroys
this (its active principle), leaving a dark
and glutinous decoction. Mine is the color
of ingredients. The Buchu in my prepara.
tion predominates; tire smallest quantity of
the other ingredients are added, to prevent'
for antation, upon Jinpection, it will be
fto td not to be a Tincture, as made in
Pharmncopwa, nor is it a Syrup-and
therefore can be used in cases where fever
or inflammation exist. In Ihis, you have
the knowledge of the ingredientt and the
mode of preparation.
Hoping that you will favor it with a tri
al, and that upon inspection it will meet
with your approbation,
With a feeling of confidence.
I am, very respectfully,
It. T. H ELIMBOLD,
Chemist and Druggist,
of 10 Years'-.Experience.
[From the Largest Manufacturing Ohem
ints in the World.]
Novitmxnan, 4, 1864.
"I am acquainted with Mr. If. T. H116x.
not.9 lie ocoupied the Drug Store opposite
my residenco, and was successful in con.
utoling the busines where others had not
been eqmally so before him. I have been
favorably impressed wit h his charoter and
W ILLI. %1 WEIGIHTMAN,
Firm of Powers & A eightman,
Nint' and Brown streets, Philadelphia.
Hlelmbold's Fid ExgrMt Meh~u
is the great specinfic~or Univers'alLalssitude,
Tihe tonstittition, once effected with Or
ga.0ioWeakiss, requires the nid of Medi
eli teuigthema and invigorate the sys.
temn, which HIILMBIOLD'S EXTRACT flU
CH U invaraabl~y does. If no treatment is
submitted to, Consumption or insanity ou -
Relmbold's Fluid Extract of 13u
1n 'afeatlons geom11i1r to 'Feihalee is up
equalled tby any other preparation, as in
Chlorosis, or itetention, Painfullncss, or
Suppreasion of Ctpstomar Evaguations,
Ulcerated of sgteros 'Sta. of the Uterus,
and all oomplainits irnoldent to this so:, ora
time decline or change of life,
Holmwbold's Fluid Eitraot Bucka and
Improved Rose Wash
Will radioally exterminate from the system
diseases arising fron iabits of divasipatipn,
at little expense, little or no change in diet,
no Inconvenience or exposure e completely
superceiamug those unpleasapt and . aager
o is retedies, Oopaiva and Mercury, in all
Use lfelntbold's Fluid Extract 3k.
In all diseases of these *i'ine", *hetbr,
esisting in male or feteate, fom itti&se*r
eso'eotIihating, and no matter of how1
Iog standinjg. il. I, pleasat ina ste and
2d0l,' b'ittl~diat'A in' 04 ia6n *tit more
strengthenming than any of the preparations
af SIark or Iron,.. ,, ., ~ ..,,
4Those SufferIng fronm broken-down or
dlelicate constitutioka, pt-ooilid@4h ihiedy- I
The teader ust .be tay ipt, ')fowev~r
slight meay be the atit of the aboVe di,
sae, Is is certain to affoo.jate odily health
and mental powerse .
A ~e aboe iis' sob a of
a binreile. 1tELBO ja S~U.
01iU is the great, Diurotlo.
8old by Drugglej eaf~etydet, Pfstfes.
$1 26 pet bot tle, cr 6 b~tttee for $6.60. 4
Delivered to any address. D)esotabe lyp.
qualites No Quatitas?
DR. LAW RE.NE'S
Bighly Consentrated Fluid Btrast of
KOS K 001
The Great Health Restorer.
No Quack Medficne-Formula Around the
Prepared and Sold by
DR. d. J. LA WRENCE,
3WCr 1MMt.F OI -.K,'%r.A..
Ptrikes at the Root of Disease by Purifring
the Blood, Restoring lite Liver nud
Kidneys *o a ileiltby Action und
Invigorating the Nervous Syi.
This Is the secret of its Wonderfal Success
Scrofula, Syphilis, Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint, Chronlo Rheunatlsm
Neuralgia, Nervous Affections, Erup.
tions of tlie Satin. Humors, Loss
of Vigor, biseases of Kidneys
and Bladder, and all Dis.
eases caused by a
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD,
Of a Diseased Condition of the
Liver, lidneys, Nervous system, &c,
IL thoronghly Eradicates every kind oj
Humor and Bad Taint, and restores the en.
tire system to a healthy condiion.
Thousands have been changed by the
use of the Medioine from Weak, Sickly,
Suffering Creatures, to Strong,' Healthy
and Happy len and Women.
No Medicine has attained such a Greal
Reputation as this justly Celebrated Com
Approved by the Highest Medical Af.
T O S JK O O i
Endorsed and recommended by the Presi.
dent of the Faculty or the E. Medical
College of the City of New York.
Professor R. S. NEWTON, ALL ,,
Professor and President of Iio Faciuty late
"Professor I heory and Practice" of
Medicine, Cincinnati, &c.
One of the most eminent medical men of
this age-well kliown as the author of the
following standard medical works: New.
ton's -'Practice of Medicine," "Diseases of
Children," '-Newtou'a Symes Surgery,"
&e., in December number of American Aedi,
cal Review-page 278, says:
'Among the more recent efforts to Intro.
duce popularly, some of the new remedies,
we notice a new preparation comapounded
by J. J. Lawtence, M. D., of Norfolk, Va.,
which is furnished to the profession and
the public in any elosired quantity. Ive re
cent ly examined his Laboratory, and be
came fully sttisled [hat all his work js done
in the bebt manner, by most approyed pro.
eesses, ani arum isue (%at, 8iatwtasia, kaiin
as a result a medlioino meeting 'he conli.
deuce of the physicians Iud the publio.",
Koskoo Ourea.Sorofulin its-Worst Forms,
Jdbmh.;.W. Mills, - n~ine_ ~ well
known nier o orfoli'a.
No 11 oan-t,' i a.,eP1.16,'69.
. r Ltrec r PC -s ,Y-op: - Ckoo
'bas.worIeod wondo~i in my - familyqi My
daughter lan bee "".suerer from Serofula
since childhood. She lost thirty-one pieces
of bone from her ankle, from her arns, be.
sides having ulcers in several parts of tha
body. Whilst in this condition she com.
menced taking your Koskoo-it acted like
a charm on her; under its use the ulcers
gradually healed, and her general health
greatly improved. It certainly saved her
much suffering and perhaps her life. I re
gard Koskoo a specific for all scrofulous
affections. Your Ko-koo also cured my
wif ofdysepsn, romwhich she suffered:
she has been in fiye years. With the high
est regards, I am gratefully yours, &c.,
A. W. MILLS.
Koskoo is endorsed by (lie best physicians
evecywhiere. Read the following from Dr.
T'illery, a successful pritotitioner of many
years standing let the Old North State}
Rocky Mount, Edgecombe t'o., Sept. 10, '69.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence-Dear Sir: I have
used your Concentrated Fluid Extract of
Koskco in my practice with the hapniest t e
stilts. 1 find it. to be a powerful Liver In.
vigotator, Isl.od P'urhfier, andNervous TIon.
Ic.- In all diseases of the Liver, Sorofuhous
-*yphilitler and Nervouse Affetions, it is a
remedy of imm~ense value ; in I'aot, in al.
mnost, every rariey of Chronic Diseases its
use is indicated. Hoping you mnay meet
with thte success which you deserve as a
manufacturer of reliableo medicines, I am
sir, with inuch respect, your obedient ser.
rant, U. C. TILLERY, M. D,
Koskoo Oures Ohronio Rheunlatiani,
Noitrotx, Va., Sept. 7, 1869.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence-Dear Sir My son
has received so muchb benefit from youir wVon.
derful Koskoo that I cannot, refrain fromt
ezpressing my gratitude. I had tried al.
most everything withocut benefit. I believe
in all sincerety, that your Koskoo is an in.
fallible remedy for the disease froin whielh
lie has suffered, and, so far as I can. learn,
has never failed,- If yost only knew the
immense atount, of sufferinig that he has
uedergone, then you could uonceive the val.
uie of such a remedy as Koskoo-thait surely
cures. The greaaout.t of good it is now
doing a'nong us is ineutimable. With much
gratitude, I sa respectfully yetlrs. Q,,
Mrs. M4 E. A. NEL8ON.
Ytl~hfe fr~tf ;.$r. Wo~mbhe, a
Ofomipen tv@yss *ehtistofthis~ 7 y:
yN , 18 Ia ke Sa o 89
Dr. Lawrence-Dear Sir i To the large
number of testimonials which you offer of
the great eflloacy .of. your Kositeo, I take
pleasure hn adding my own. I suffered
greatly with Nervous Debility, Headache,
o...f Appogitqeo... Twe. bottles of .os.
koo restored me to health. A Yinre trut ,.
5. 0, WOMIE.
From Reav. W, II Clhestalu, Pastor Din.
widdie Street ijettodist Church.
Portsmouth Vas., October 26 1809.
This ts to oefrti 'that I know hr. Law.
rangewgllli e is a genitlemnan of cultiva.
Maatid worth of thse fullest confidence,
used lhis $og.wida ,agantage te
ae1,n4. laa; a'ltede If a e, $momy
Afte thabo eigh reof aeni
faufab Ne "Dvihs, .
'he "CA fOL'4 PPRI'ftfZER," Is Made frot the Phosphates of Sotith Carolina,
and is pronounced by various chemists, one of the best Mnnures known, only inferior to
Peruvian Guano in its F6rtilizing Properties. These Phospliales are the retnains of ex.
inot land and sea ankral,, and possess qunhities of the greatest value to the agricultur.
a&. We annex ite analysis of Professor Shepard.
-L I30tATOtY OF TilS .\EDICAL COLLEGE OF SOUTH CAROLIN1A,
Analysis of a sample of Carolina Pertilizur, personally selected.
Moisture expelled at 2120 V, JG.70
Organic Matter, with some water of combination expelled at a low red heat, Itir0
Fixed Ingredients, 66,80
A mmonit, 2,10
Phosporle Acid-boInble, 6.906 Equivalent to 11. 7 .bl Phnsphato ut Limo
Inokble, 6.17 E juivalent to 18.48 ki2luble (b.me).
18.13 24,5 Phosplinte of Litne,
Selphtirfa Ao'd, 11,01 Equivalent to 28.60 Sulphate of Lime,
Saphate of Potas61 s0
Sulphate of Soda, 3.50
Sand, I 1.b6
On the strengths of these results I am glad to certify to the superiority of the Caroll
Ad 4ertili'er, C. U. MiEPAIU, Jr,
We will furuish this excellent PER TIfIZER to Plantters and othees at $60 por ton of
2,000 lbs. GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO..
oct 9-ly Factors.
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B F. 7). has recently returned from the 1JORLD RENO WNED METROPOLIS
.with another of his tine and well selected stocks of choico
Whlh they are offering low for CASIT.
We would invite spenial attention to our DRESS GOODS DEPAIRTMENT, only solicit
ing-a call from the Ladies, even those of the nost capricious tastes.
For Ladies', Mens', Misses' and Boys' wear, we have no rival in market. And in fact
the and havoc we are making in DRY GOODS, is alarning io even hear of.
Call atnd exano our stock and see for yourselves, that. bargains RICJI and RA RE are
to be obtained at
apI 19 ~ . F. Daz7-.ic'gsgo1 cIp (Zces,
DECLINE IN PRiCES j dnepany rteot
A N extensive assor im ent of all styles ofAg n t o tg y iior
GODwh ayarticles en'irely 'tRoevd
new, just received anl no0w on exhibition. 20hLSNoIFil1'ur
Every Article a Bargain 1 Scs xr
As Cheap a8:Irny Market! da!rw ua;Jaa ao a n
B RiNG THE GREEN BAC KS rdi lcnadSoles
GOOS ?OWNWIT PLASU ,Fell feChoic Reiloicars
apI 10I. N.IVIT~P.RS. ii Onl 0cent fr Annumlo in advannl.
dIL en:o plil wrl, rt
IN THE AGsIrs. BOlNEST & telAiR Guano
Jug's~ne A'ges Mo-l istor.
40. oto Food, Exr - or
31lI. MV~Eb ~ Cushed, Ai extrat of D em r n
darkbrow Sugar; JaaLguyr,; n
Rito Ctoft oe ;a loldn, He suar
4ND lous b puyrpand comn anMooses ;mBurk
Musltisat t Vets er ~4~ tRibu C rondclea Buao Iandg oulders ;al
Chow m Chow' and Mixe ircklesriptived }
ARDOND GcETp BAQORAINGL.tI ~poiv eis
niay 81N.. . FC.ENNIKEN.
GOOD Steame ITH PLEASURE Fetlzr!Fetlzr
api 16I N. W~ilERS AylNGP 1euedtA geno'y fo a~ir~
Hads omLaea Styles tye o mo u- y i A o
frienda-oo np~ounduAvid Phosphate off.Limi, for
stoc ofgoo~n lava, I laresni~a0ed .potlIuognwis potte ed
aad ban oan beaurdhasedn in anyf,.Zother - - mar
AE TE GP ACODIGY o r N peo i. r fulrs espiveo
fmnd and Motioer~ebneYnt&of.t HisSua~ a
stookof gods~~han, islargeand arieLobN ure'r h
R- 0 AD JA IS.
IE38TOIElL, purifies the blood
am eures Scrofula, Syphills, Skin Dis
ensed, Rhetumatism, Diseasos of Wo
men, and ti11 ChionIo Affections of the
l3lood, Liver- and -Kidueys. Rcooua
muended by the Medical. Faculty nud
many thousaftds'of our best citizens.
Itend thetestilony of Physicinus ad
patienas who hnvo used Itosadailis; send
ror our Itosadalis Onldo to 1l1ialet hook
or Almanas for this year, which we
publish for gratuitous distribution ; it
will give you m aih valtiable inforia
Dr. I. W. Carr, of Mltimore, s: s :
A tak1e plelasutre inra aecnomrmending your
Rtostadalim its a very powerfu mll terative.
I have seen i Itsel in twio ca.es wi th
h:i ppy r,'sults-one in a caset of second
;inly yphlli.s, in which the 1101ent prop.
nounced himself enred after having
taken five bottles of your medicino.
D The other I- a case of' scrofula of long
standilig, which is rapidly inpoving
under its use, ind tle indications aro
that the patient will soon recover. I
have carefully exatnic.d the foruaaala
by wilhl your HousaiaTis is maaado, 1and4
find it and eSqoellenat comaapound of alter
Dr. Sparks, of' Nicholasville, Ky..
1pays he hass uISed Rlosadalls in casos of
Scrofula and econdary Syphilis with
satlsrnetory resualts.-nas it cleanser of
lat Blood I know no better renedy.
L Fauel 0 . Mlcya"ddes, alrcreeboro,'
I have used seven botIles of Rosadal.
is, and ura entirely cured of ltheomia
.tism ; send il four h( tWles,' as I wish it
for any bro-T, br 1hIte hat sorofulous sorv
I lienjainln lecht, of Lima, Ohio,
writes, I havt suffored for twenty years
with :,in inveterate eruption over amy
whole body 1 a Aort. time since I pur.
chased a bltie of Hosadalis and i6 ef
fected a pea feet cfure,
Rosadalis is sold by all droigghsts,
Laboratory, 61 lExcluange Place, fianl
tianore. UMs. CLEll'NTS & CO.,
anay 19-ly Propt ieturas.
Latest Quotations of
CHARILSTON, S. 0 ,
Correoted Weekly by 4L 0. XAUF'MAN,
.broker, fo. 25 Broad St.
June 17, 1870,
StAunitacuntria -Souti (arolinit, old
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stock, et int-@8u
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and Atgustai,-74 5y: Or envide and co
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Bank of Camden, 6f(3..
Bank of Georgetown, -7@.
Bank of Sotuth Carolinat, 18(a
Bank of lanburg, 10 -
Bank of Sette of S. G. prior to 181, 02aj
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and 1862, 42@
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*Union Bank of Charleston,
Southwestern R It Bank, Charles.
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ton, (new) . 0
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Farmers' and Exchange Bank of
Charleston, -. ntr
Exchange Iank of Columibirt, -( 5
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Maerchanat's bank of Cheraw, 5(a -
Pnlators' Bauk of Fairfield, 4
State of" 8. C. Bills Reocivable, pair
City of Charleston Chanage lEllis, par
*lblls mnraked thus (*.) are being redeem-~
ed at. theC Blank Counter's of each.
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