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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....DECEMBER, 12, 1865.
COTTON PRESSES.
The Latest and mwt Improved
PORTABLE HAND-POWER
COTTON PRESS,
ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALE AT
LITTLE 8s MARSHALL'S
Agricultural Implement Warelionse,
AND
SEEID STOIRIE.,
No. 173 East Bay.
PARTIES ENGAGED IN PRESSING COTTON, WOOL
or MOSS, will Und it to their atlvunlngo to cnU und ex
amine. 8 December 9
HABT & CO.,
HARDWARE MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
?FTER FOU SAJLE AT THEIR OLD STASD.
CORNER KINS AND' MARKET STS.
(?'mis, Revolvers, Shot and Powder
" Hoe's " Circular ?Saivs, 8 to GO inch
Air? ?cul!mal Iniplenicuts
Bar Iron and Steel
Metals of all kiinls
Building: Materials
Tin and Wooilivarc
Ilonsolceepiiifr Articles
HoIIownre of all kinds .
Turpentine and Coopers'Tools
Brass and Iron Wire Clotli
Bolting Cloth (Anchor Brand)
Mill Rocks (18 to 40 inch)
Mill Irons
Silver Plated Goods
Huhhs, Spokes, Axles, Springs.
AND A LARGE VARIETY OF OTHER GOODS AT
"WHOLESALE &c BETAIL.
November 24 lmo
il
AND
COLORS.
JUST ARRIVED:
2 TONS NATIONAL WHITE LEAD
1 ton Crot?n White Lend
1 ton International White Lead
2 tons Chicora White Lead
2 tons Racine White Lead
1 ton New York White Lead.
LINSEED OIL, ROILED AND RAW COLORS, Ac.
For sale low at small advance, lor cash.
W. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 East Bay street,
PAINT, OIL AND GLASS HOUSE.
November 27
GLASS! GLASS!
NOTWITHSTANDING THE GREAT DEMAND FOR
this article, which bus neai-lv exhausted the snp
ply, stiU tuero will bo found w-.h us a LAROE STOCK
comprising nearly all b?zcb. Call and satisfy yourselves.
W. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 East Bay street.
November 27
CflLS ! OILS !"
LANDING THE FOLLOWING!
WINTER RLEACHED 8PERM OIL
Winter Dlcached Oil, and other Machinery Oils.
AXLE GEEASE,
IN BULK AND CASES.
TANNER'S OILS
FROM THE 0HEAPE8T QRADE8 TO THE FrNEST
?trait Oil.
Call and examine at the East Cay Faint, Oil, and Glass
House.
W. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 208 East Bay street.
November 27 _
T?FIilD PETROLEUM
OR
KEROSENE OIL.
K C\ A BARRELS No. 1 REFINED PETR?LEO M
OUU 7ft case? Refined Petroleum, in fl%*o gallon cana,
In store and landing. For sale by
W. M. BIRD & CO.,
PAINT, OIL AND GLASS HOUSE,
No. 203 East Bay street.
November 27_
L. S. II0?TS SUPERPHOSPHATE OF
Lime.
A8UPERIOR AND WELL APPROVED ARTICLE,
which has been extensively used both North and
?South, and ban met with unequivocal success.
The subscribers aro prepared to lake orders.
TROUT k AM8BURY,
N. W. corner East Bay and Market streets.
ALSO,
PERUVIAN GITANO. BONE DUST, kc, &0.
November 25
GUANO! GUANO I
PERUVIAN AND SWAN ISLAND OUANOS, SUPER
PHOSPHATES, and the Rmce Concentrated Fer
tilizer, are offered to the Irado at Iho lowest wholenalo
prices, by UEO. E. WHITE k CO.,
No. 6? OlftT-Btrcet, New York.
Or, CHIBOLM RR0THER8, Solo Agents,
November 17 No. 70 East Buy, Charleston, 8. C.
HATS! HATS! HATS!
?Merchants of Charleston, and Dealers
Cienerally :
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL YOUR AT
TENTION to our stock of HATS, Which art* of
our own manufacture, anil especially adapted to this
section of country. We sell c-urGoodsat dio samo prices
they can be purchased for In New York by tho casu or
dozen.
Having extensive facilities for manufacturing, wc defy
competition, in price, stylo, and quality.
All are respectfully Invited to call and examino our
stock. CORDITT ft CASSIDY.
No. 155 Meeting-street, Charleston, 8. C.
"Up Stairs."
Manufactory nt Danbury, Ct.
KAL-SnoOMS:
No. 203 Broadway, New York,
and
No. lf>5 Meeting-street, Charleston, S. C.
November 20 . lmo
33. FOLEY,
No. 85 Market-street,
CLOTHING, SHOE
AND
HAT STORE,
"TTrOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF OLD AND
T V now friends to his fino Stock ol
OVERCOATS
FROCK AND DRESS COATS
VESTS AND TANTALOONS
SHIRTS AND UNDER-SHIRTS
DRAWERS AND SOCKS
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CATS
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS
VALISES, &C, Ac.
All of which wUl he sold ot the SMALLEST POSSIBLE
PROFITS. Call and sec. November 30
HOI FOB THE HOLLDATS!
GIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS!!!
NOW IS THE TIME TO FIND OUT WHERE YOU CAN
SPEND YOUR MONEY TO THE BEST ADVANTAGE.
GREAT ATTRACTION
AT THE
CHARLESTON BAZAAR
AND
toy _eis^:__po_rixj_m:_
FORRESTON & M'LEAN,
jSTo. 621 -King-street,
NEAR THE UPPER GUARD HOUSE.
TOYS, ALBUMS, BASKETS, FANCY GOODS,
FIREWORKS, Ac.
GIFTS FOR OLD AND YOUNG.
November 28 lmo
ONE PRICE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND SHALL CON
TINUE TO KEEP
AT OUR STORE
Cor. King and Hasel Sts.,
A FULL STOCK OF
FINE AND COARSE
CLOTHING,
GOODS,
ETC., ETC.,
Which wo will soil as low as can bo bought in any
NORTHERN MARKET.
BETAIL PRICES
IARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES,
From which there wiU be no deviation.
The friends of Captain B. W. McTUREOUS, for
merly of the houHO of Mess. _Iattiii_-3en, O'Haba
& Co., will find him at this house, ready to serve
them at all times.
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. 270 King-,
Corner of Hascl-strect,
Charleston, S. 0.
November 16 lmo
I- I_>-A--V_BC3r_A_:,S
PURCHASING BUREAU
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
ALL KIND OF MERCHANDISE PURCHA8ED.
Experienced and competent buyers engaged.
Orders filled promptly and i.ltlifully at the lowest
prices, and purchases made only from first-class and
reliablo houses.
Orders will be filled. PAYABLE ON DELIVERY, whon
a sufficient sum Is remitted to cover Freight and Com
missions.
Commissions on sums not exceeding $100_6 per ct.
Commissions on sums exceeding ?100.Q)? per ct.
Address ISAAC DAVEOA,
November 4 P. O. Dox 1708 Now York.
HOSIER, BISHOP & CO.,
Hardware Merchants,
WEYMOUTH CUT NAILS AND SPIKES
Wosteaholm's Pocket Cutlery
Ames' Shovels, Manilla Cordage
Collins', Hunt's and Sharp's Axes
Hammered Horse Nails.
Nos. 11? and 11? Milk-street, Doston.
November 29 8mo .
S. G. C0URTENAY,
BOOK AND STATIONERY DEPOT,
No. 9
BROAD-STREET,
August H CHARLESTOS, B. G.
CHEAP GOODS !_CIIEAP GOODS !
CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES,
AT
P. EPSTIN'S,
No. 37a King-street.
MERCHANTS OF CHARLESTON AND DEALERS
GENERALLY?I would ruBpectfully call your ut
cnlion to my Stock of the abovo named Gootls,
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS,
which aro adapted to all sections of tbe country, and
which I will soil AT THE LOWEST WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL PRICES.
AR oro respectfully Invitetl to call and examino my
Goods, both ut No. 372, TWO BOORS ABOVE GEORGE
STREET, and No. 2C8, CORNER OF KING AND WENT
WORTU 8TREET8.
i\ EPSTIN.
November 22 lnio
OF
P. EPSTIN
FROM
372 to ?68
CORNER KING AND WENTWORTH-STS.
H HAVING BEEN A CITIZEN OF CHARLESTON,
8. C, for tho last four?een years, and extensively
mgagcil In the mercantile Rue, I now take this oppor
.-nnlty of returning my thanks to tho public for tho
PATRONAGE WHICH THEY HAVE EXTENDED, with
"?opes for a continuance of the same.
reo :pl?r:isr i jst a
OF
P. EPSTIN,
kT THE WELL KNOWN STAND UNDER THE
MA.SONIC HALL,
KNOWN AS THE OLD BAZAAR.
268, Corner of King and Wentworth-Sts.
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND FAHCT
DRY GOODS,
" 7HO HAS ON n.\ND AND IS NOW RECEIVING BY
EVERY STEAMER, AT THE ABOVE STAND,
A SPLENDID FALL STOCK,
CONSISTING OF ;
?A8SIMERE.S. CLOTHS,
BLANKETS, SHAWLS,
FLANNELS, DELAINES,
PRINTS, HOSIERY,
ALOYES, HANDKERCHIEFS,. HATS,
WITH
YANKEE NOTIONS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
tad would invite Country and City Merchants to
jail and examine my Stock before purchasing elac
/fhere, M I will eell them at the LOWEST
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICES.
3?. EPSTIN.
November 22 lmo
?ITKIN, NOYES
AND
JOHNSTON,
NO, 159 MEETING-STREET,
IMPORTERS AM) JOBBERS.
?o? .
DRY GOODS
CLOTHS AND CASSIRIERES
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS
I'LOAKS AM) SHAWLS
DELAINES AND PRINTS
FRENCH ittERINOS
PLAIN AND PLAID LINSEYS
ENGLISH DRESS GOODS
IRISH LINENS
BROWN Si BLEACHED SHIRTINGS
OPERA FLANNELS
SATINETS AND KERSEYS
TICKS AND STRIPES.
ALSO,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
OPERA HOODS,
SCARFS, SHAWLS,
Sontags and Nubias.
ALSO,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY GOODS,
TO WHICH WE DiYITE THE ATTENTION
OF THE TRADE.
October 19_
CHEAPEST
CLOTHING HOUSE
IN CHARLESTON.
HAVE ?JTJ8T RECEIVED AND NOW OPENING AT
our Store, No. 192 King-street, a full stock of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING. Also, Gentlemen's
Furnishing Goods, kc, which wo seU at a low price.
D. ST R AU Kfl k BROS..
November 23 lmo* No. 192 Klng-st, Charleston,
fflHJU
RAXLRO-AX) A?1
SUPPLIES, COAL
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FUL
A
IRON NAILS AND SPIKES, EVER
Belting, Circular Saws, i
MTLL SAW FILES, AND EVERYTHING
November 1
.
DRY GOODS.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A LAROE AND AT
TRACTIVE STOCK OF
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Which we are off-ring ?it REDUCED PRICES, consisti?
in pan >)f :
PRINTS 1 ALPACAS
DeLalucs Mcii'mmd Laibes' Mi-rino
French Mcrlnocu Vents
Longcloth
Poplins
Hosiery
Gloves
Rlbbona
Handkerchiefs
DltuikutH j Stella and Wool Shawls
Irish Linrn3 I Cloaks
White Good- Linen Huckaback Towels
Kentucky.Jcana
Tweeds
Satincta
CiiKHi merca
Cloths
Skirts
Dird-Eyo Diapers
Linen Damask Table Cloths.
Together with a general assortment of
SMALL AVARE GOODS :
COMRS
BUTTONS
PINS
NEEDLES
TAPES
BRAIDS
LETTER nnd FOOLSCAP PAPER
ENVELOPES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, etc.
Wo invito the inspection of our STOCK.
W. T. B?RGE & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS,
November 23_NO. 2 HAYNE-8TREET,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, BLA?VKETS.
229 KING-ST. 229 KING-ST
E. Scott & Co.,
DEALERS IN
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
DRY GOODS,
lave just received by last steamers, full assortmon t o
iMERICAN AND ENGLISH FANCY PRINTS
Fancy Printed Delaines
French ami English Merinos, various shades
Black Donibazincs and Alpacas
Black nnd colored Dress Silks
.rown and bleached Long Cloth, 4-4, G-4, 8-4, 0-4, 10-4
Brown and bleached Table Cloth
Brown nnd bleached Canton Flannels
Fine Opera and Welsh Flannels, ass. colora
Kentucky Jeans and Fancy Tweeds
Black nnd col?n*e?l Satinets
Broadcloth and fancy Cas?iincro
ALSO
A HANDSOME STOCK OF THE LATEST STYLE
LADIES' CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
Grey and brown blankets
White and fancy Blankets
Lailics' anil Gentlemen's Hosier}-, Ac.,
To which they call the attention of their friends and the
publie in general, and most respectfully solicit a cab.
E. SCOTT & CO.,
NO. 229 KING-STREET,
Oppo.ito Porter's Old Stand.
November 20 lmo
BOGERT, DENNY k CO.,
into, se _5iA-_r_>TE-sT:R,:__:ET
STATIONERS, PRINTERS,
LITHOGRAPHERS,
AND
ACCODHT-BOOK MAN?FACT?BERS,
STATIONERY, WRAPPING PAPERS, Sic,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
JOB AND CARD PRINTING
Attended to wit li Dlsjin i< li.
November 25 3moa
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,
AND
V E ST I N G S!
FURNISHING GOODS FOR GENTS' WEAR, IN ANY
VARIETY.
A. S. HULL, Agent,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
AT WELCH'S STAND,
CORNER MEETDiG AND MARKET STS.
November 1 lyr
UPHOLSTERER,
No. IT CtVEEN-ST., NEAR STATE-ST.,
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUB
LIO In general that be is prepared to make and to
repair all kind 6f Furniture, to lay Carpet? and Oil
Cloth, to Paper Rooms, to Hang Winuowehadcs and Cur
tains, Ac, Ac, at very reasonable terms.
November 24 (_lmo?_R. WTJERQLAB.
SAVANNAH HERALD
CAN BE HAD AT
Rugg's Book "and Periodical Store,
No. 108 JlAllK'tT-STREET.
September _0
iRKLEY k CO.
o
~n> ste__.:mbo.a.t
OIL AND PAINTS.
I. SUPPLY OP THE ABOVE ARTICLES.
LSO,
Y SIZE ANP QUALITY?LEATHEI
and MaeMnejry in General,
Hfk-MttW#n?fV wfrtTV F.ttri*r*<lKF.Tlf*.' KTJPPI.ir.fi.
CONNECTED' W-T-T'1 miStitahoW SUPPLIES.
AIICH'D CAMERON.
R. C. BARKLBY.
VENN I'Kl'K.
GREAT DISTBIBUTION
i;v Tin:
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION,
BJ-fTAULIgflED 1*10.
Xo. 1^0 Broadway, New York.
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS,
FINE OIL PAINTINGS, KXCiUA VI.\*?;s,
SILVER WARE, FINE GOLD ?t- SILVER WATCHES?
Diamond I'ius, Diamond Rings, Hold />V<<?-?f<7.%
Otra/, Florentine, Mosaic, .ht. Loro und Cameo
Lililiis' {Ms, Gold Pens with Goltl and Sit
ter Extension Holders. Sheer Buttons,
Sets of Sintis, l'est tiltil Xt de Chains,
Gol'1. Rings, <1*<*. Valued at
sr-?i,ooo,ooo.T;s
DISTRIBUTION is made in tho following manner:
CERTIFIOATES naming each article und Its Valuk*,
nrc -placed in SEALED ENVELOl'EH, which an- ?roll
mixed. Ono of these Envelope?, containing tho Ccrtifl.
cate or Or?f.r for some Article, will bu delivered at our
ofltco, or sent by mail t<> any address, without rej/.ard to
choice, on recent of 25 Conta.
On receiving the Certiticato the purchas? r will set?
what Article It draws, ami its value, anil can then send
ONE DOLLAR and roeeiv?; the Article named, or rao
choose any OTUEB one Article on our List of tho huid
vainc.
X?S-Purchasers of our SEALED ENVELOPES may.
In this manner, obtain an Article Wouth kuoii Onk to,
FITS HuxuitKO Dollars,
FOR ONE DOLLAR
which they need not pay until it i? known what is drawn
and its value. Entire. Satisfaction Ouarauteed in a 121
Cases.
THE EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
would call attention to tho fact of ils befan the Origina H
and Largest (?lit Asso-elntion in Uto country. Wo aro,
therefore, enabled to send Eisv.H Oootw, and gire bettor
chances to obtain tho mm?! valsante ?rise?, Minn any
other establishment of the kind. The business contin
uel to bo conducted in a fair and honorablo mann? r, and
a large and greatly increasing trade is proof that our ?m
trons appreciate this method of ubtoiulug rich and ele
gant goods.
During th.* past year this Association ha? Kent a very
large number of valuable prises I" all purl* <>l the coun
try. Those who putl'oiii/.c il? will receive tin- lull value
of their money, aa in? urtivle on our list la worth leaaj.
than Out Hollar, retail, .nul there aro no blanks.
Parties dealing with us muy depend on baving prompt
returns, and tin- article drawn will be iiumedia.ely mit
to any address by return mail or express.
The following parties have re?-ei)ily drawn valuable
prises from the Eureka Association, and have kindly al
lowed the use of their names; many other names luight
be published were we permitted.
Andrew Wilson, Custom House, Philadelphia, renn.,
Oil Painting, value, ?JlOU: James llarj-'rar? s, s-.'l Eroatl
way, New Ym*k, oil Painting, value, |l0U? E. I-'. Joues,
Barrett, Marshall Co., Kansas, Melodeon, value, i'-lOOi
Patrick J. Byrnes, Waterbury, Ct., Unid Watch, value,
11*29; J. P. Shaw, '?21 East *2<th Street, New Wirk, Piano,,
value, .*:I50*. Mrs. (.'has. J. Nevis, Kliuira, N. V., Piano,
value, (300; Miss Lucy .lant'Wuy, Elmirn, N. Y,. Cluster
Diamond Ring, value i'Jili); Mrs. K. Pvlllioyi r, Citv Ho
tel. Nashville, Tenu, Mclodion, valu?-, .?l!??; Osca'r M.
Allen, Co. 15, H'Jd Ren. Ind. Vols., Nashville, Tenu.,
Watch, vah?o, $85; Rowland S. Patterson, Co. D, 10th
Iowa Vei. Volunteers, Oil Painting, value, $100; Mrs.
Abbey J. Parsons, Kpriiigfodd. Mass., Melodeon, valno,
1160; ?lames L. Dexter, City Knrveyor, Syracuse, X. Y.,
Gold Watch, value, $150 ; Mrs James Elv, 177 Wooster .St.
cor. Dleeker. N. Y? uil Painting, value. #100' Mrs. J. C
Coles, Oraiul Rapids, Michigan, Silver Castor, value,
?40; Dr. J. It. Sinclair, Xo. 4 Main St., Plica, N. Y.
Framed Engraviug, vahie, ?>25? Hon. Luther Detmolds
Washington, D. C, Oil Poinlii g. value il"".
Letters from various parties throughout the country,
acknowledging the receipt of very valuable gilts, may
be seen on ii le at our oilice.
To be Sold for One Dollar Each,
Without regard to value, and not to be paid fur until yoit
know what you will reccire.
CO Elegant Rosewood Pianos, worth f.acii.
from. *?250.00 to 500.00
50 Melodeon?, Rosewood Cases.125.00 to 225.00
100 Fine Oil Paintings. 25.0(1 to 100.00'
100 Oold Hunting Case Watches. 75.(10 to 150.00
150 Diamond Rings. CO.00 to 200.00
250 Ladies' Oold Watches. 00.00 to 85.00
450 Silver Watches. 25.00 to 50.00
200 Fiuc Steel Engravings, Framed.. 12.00 to 25.00
100 Music Boxes. 12.00 to 45.00
100 Silver Revolving Patent Castors. 15.011 to 40.00
10O Silver Fruit ami Cake Baskets... 15.00 to 3C0O
GU0 Sots Silver Tea and Table Spoons 15.00 to OO.OO
2,500 Vest and Neck Chains. 5.01) to 25.00
2.5110 Ladies' Silver Porte Monnaies... 8.00 to 15.00
3.000 Silver Butter Knives. .1.00 to 7.0O
2,000 Pairs Ear Kings (new* styles)_ 1.00 to COO
8,0?0 Oold Pencils and Tooth Picks... .'?.00 to 8.00
3,000 Onyx and Amethyst Brooches... 4.nil to 10.00
3,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches... 4.00 to COO
1,000 Masonic Pins. 4.00 to 0.60?
2,000 Fine Oold Watch Kevs. 3.50 to C.50
6,000 Children's Armlets. 2.50 to 8.00
2,500 Sets of Bosom Stiuls. 1.50 to 5.00
2,500 Enameled Sleeve Buttons. 2.50 to 10.00
10,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings.... 1.00 to COO
5,000 Stone Set and 'Seal Rings. 2.50 to 10.00
5,000 Lockets, all sizes. 2.00 to 7.00
10,000 Sets of Ladies' Jewelry. 8.00 to 20.no
4,000 Watch Charms (each). 3.00 to S.no.
5,000 Oold Pens, Silver Ex. Cases. 4.00 to COO;
5,000 Gents' Breast and Scarf Pius_ 3.00 to 20 00
2,000 Ladies' New Stylo Belt Buckles.. 4.00 to C60
2,000 Chatelaine and Guard Chains_ C00 to 20.0?
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 7.00 to 14.00
2,000 Sets Ladies' Jet and Gold. 10.00 to 20.00
10,000 Gold Crosses. 1.C0 to C0O>
0,000 Oval Band Bracelets. COO to 20.0t>
4,000 Chased Bracelets . 6.00 to Ifi.OO*
2,000 Ball Eardrops, aU colors. 3.00 to 5.0O*
6,000 Fine Gold Pens. 2.00 to 3.50,
2.??0 New Style Jet and Gold Eardrops 3.00 to T.OO
2,500 New ?Stylo Long Crystal Eardrops 4.00 to 8.00
2,000 Gold Pens. 3.00 to COO
?a- a chance: to obtain any of tub
ABOVE ARTICLES FOR. ONE DOLLAR BY
PURCHASING A SEALED EKVELUPE
FOR ?5 CENTS.
49- Five Sealed Envelopes will be sent for $1; Elevara
for %2; Thirty for $5; Sixty-five for $10; One Hundred:
for $15. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
Our patrons are desired to 6cnd Uulted States money
when it is convenient. Long letttm are unnccassary.
Orders for SEALED ENVELOPES must in every caso
bo accompanied by the Cabh, with tho name of the per
son sending, and Town, County and State plainly writ
ten. Letters should bo addressed to the Managers, as.
foRows:
GOODWIN, HUNT & CO.,
Box 5700 Postofllce, New York.
November 25 lrno
MARSDEN'S
Pectoral Balm!
ron.
COUGHS, COLDS,
ALL DISEASES OF THE THROAT,
WHOOPING COUGH,
CROUP,
INFLUENZA,
ASTHMA,
CONSUMPTION,
ALL DISEA8ES OF THE LUNG8.
MARSDEN'S PECTORAL BALM IS PREPARE?
from the recipe of one of the most distinguished
and successful physicians of tho ago in tho treatment of
Bronchial diseases.
It combines tho activo principios of tho most valuable?
xpectorants of the Materia Medica, together with
Balsamic Extracts prepared on scientific principles, pro
ducing a preparation pleusuut to tho taste and certain in
Its effects.
FOR COUOHS AND COLDS.?Uso tho PECTORAJ.
BALM whenever tho cough Is troublesome. Three doses
in any ordinary"" case, or llvo iu severe coses,.taken at
Intervals during the day. will effect a complete cure,
FOR WHOOPING COUGH.?Tako a full ?loso immedi
ately alter an attack of coughing, which wUl bo found to
relieve the sufferer. In a short timo all symptoms will
disappear.
FOR CROUP.?This alarming and often fatal dlneano
must bo promptly attended to. Oivo tho child a fuRL
dose (seo (lirectious) every throe minutes until vomitiog
la produced, then lessen tho doso at Intervals of every
hour uutll all symptoms of this distressing complaint
FOR INFLUENZA.?Take a dose every tlireo honra,
during the day, and ono on rotlrlng to rest.
FOR ASTHMA.?To bo taken repeatedly during the
paroxysm until expectoration becomes easy.
CONSUMPTION.?This most fatal and insidious dis
ease can be cured in its earliest stages by the uso of this
truly valuable medicine. Tho patient can at all tlmea
find relief by a Judicious uso of tho PECTORAL BALM.
Prepared by F. W. MAR8DEN.
New Orleans and New York.
MW" For sale by all Druggists and Merchants.
November 26 lJ?0*

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