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: 6 '_CHABLESTON DAILY KEWS....MABCH 14,1866,_,
N. York Advertisements.
For the Handkerchief.
A Most Exquisite, Delicate, and Fra?
grant Perfume, Distilled from the Bare
and Beautiful Flower from which it
takes its name.
Manufacturai only hr ~ZIA???1V & SON,
BEW* OF C?DHTEEFMS.
ASK FOE PT A LONS-TAKE NO OTHEF.
Sold by Druggets generally.
50 PER CENT SAVED
BT. BABBITT'S LABOR-SAYING SOAP.
? Th fe Soap ia made from clam and pore material!,
cont?ina no adulteration of any kind, will net injure tba
moat delicate fabric, and ia especially adapted for wool?
len*, which will not shrink after being washed with
this Soap. It may be used in hard or salt water,
will remove paint, grease, tar, and stains of all kinds.
One pound warranted equal to two pounds of ordinary
family soap. Directions sent with each bar for
rn%\|ng three gallons handsome soft soap from ont
pound of this soap. Each bar ls wrrpped in a dronlar
containing full direcudaa for ?se, printed in English and
Gsrman. Ask your grocer for "B. T. Babbitt's Soap,"
and take no other.
B. T. BABBITT, Nos. 64, 65, 6?, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72, and
Ti Washington-street, New York._
MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP.
60 PER CENT SATED BT
USING B. T. BABBITT'S PURE CONCENTRATED
POTASH, or BEADY SOAP MAKER. Warranted
double the strength of common Potash, and superior to
any other saponifier or ley in the market. Put up in
?ans of 1 pound, a pounds, 3 pounds, 6 pounds, ana 13
pounds, with full directions, m English and German,
tor making Hard and Sa> Soap. One pound will maka
IS gallons of Soft Soap. No lime ls required. Con?
sumers will find this the cheapest Potash In the market
B. T. BABBITT, Nos. 64,66,66,67, 68,69, 70,72, and 74
Washington-street, New York.
50 PER CENT SAVED
BT. BABBITT'S BEST MEDICAL SALARATUB,
. "made from Common Salt." Bread made with
Ibis Salaratua contains, when baked, nothing but com?
mon salt, water, and flour.
Nos. 64, 66, 66. 67, 68, 69, 70, 72, and 74 Washington
street, New York._
50 PER CENT SAVED
BT. BABBITT'S STAR YEAST POWDER. LIGHT
? Biscuit, or any kind of Cake, may be made with
this "least Powder" in 16 minutes. No shortening
required when sweet milk ls used.
No. 64 to 74 Washington-street, New York.
PINE APPLE CIDER.
NO. 70 WASH I.\ G TON-ST., N.T.
ACERTAIN CURE FOR CHOLERA, DYSENTERY
Heart Disease, Earn tin g Spells, and excellent for
old people, as it quickens the circulation of the Blood.
February 23 Smo*
GEO. WM. SOUTHWICK
Successor to PhUip Schleffelln and Cs
JD?TJGrS AJSTD MEDICINES
AND MEDICAL PREPARATIONS
GLAS S WARI
DRUGGISTS' FURNITURE AND FIXTUBE
And all articles pertaining to the business.
Wines and Liquors fer Medical Parposei
Nos. 58 AND 60 VESEY-STREBT,
sar Particular attention paid to ordere by mail,
November 2 thstufimo
BRIDGES & LANE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAB FINDINGS,
Machinery of Every Description.
TAFT'S PATENT ROLLING LEVER SHEARS
NO. 50 COURTLAND-STREET,
Corner of Greenwich,
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, 0HAIRS, SPIKES,
Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolts, Iron
Forgings of various kinds, Ac, &o.
8TEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE and
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forges and Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Brass and Sliver Trim?
mings, Belting of all kinds. Baggage Checks, &o., &o.
Also, Age'.ts for the Manufacturera of OAR HEAD
AU) EOT BRIDGES..JOBI, a LA KS
October 28 stuthBmo
SECOND DOOR FROM BROADWAY.
OPPOSITE THE PARE, NEW YORE.
N. HUGGINGS, Proprietor.
December 18 mwfSmo
'T is sweet to know there ls an eye will mark
Your coming, and grow brighter when yon come."
THESE LINES WERE DO 0 BILE S'S WRITTEN WITH
poetic foresight of
OUR YOUNG FOLKS,
which an hundred thousand children testify, is expect?
ed with such solicitude ai rarely agitates the Juvenile
breast. It is published monthly, and contains the most
delightful variety of Tales, Sketches, Poetry. Games,
Puzzles, etc., and is embellished with a multitude ol
Beautiful illustrations hy the best Artists. Terms, $3 a
year; a large discount to clubs. A specimen number
?will be sent on receipt of 20 cents by the publishers,
TICKNOR ft FIELDS, Boston, Mast
February 27 _
fOBS P. BOGERS.. WU. 0. BOGEE*. .BATH'L. T. SBX&UM
ROGERS, SNELLING 6 C0M
HARDWARE COMMISSION MERCHANT?
IND MANUFACTURERS OF
CORDAGE, TWINE AND OAKUM,
Noa 68 ana 70 Federal street, Boston,
December 19 6mo And No. 46 OUff street, N.l
N. York Advertisements.
WELD, UREWS & LIT,
IMPORTEES AND JOBBERS OP
FOREIGN & AMERICAS FANGT GOODS
ENT8' FURNISHING GOODS, STATIONERY, GUT?
\JT LERY, JEWELRY, and also mannfactnrera o
No. 23 Park Place & No. 20 Murray-st"
We have one of tue LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED
STOCKS of above-mentioned Goods in this country,
adapted to Southern Trade, which we oner upon favor?
Buyers wlU do well to give us a trial. AU orders
promptly attended to.
WELD, ANDREWS & LEET.
DAVEGA, YOUNG &MCKENZIE,
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
* Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
ISAAC DAVEGA, )
GEORGE B. YOUNG, > NEW YORK,
i QEE ARD L> MCKENZIE, )
HAVING 8UOOEEDED TO THF FOREIGN COLLEC?
TION BU8INE8S of Messrs. BIRNEY. PREN?
TISS A FLANDERS, we will attend to the oollsctlon ot
past due and maturing dalma throughout the United
Stetes and Canada.
COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL THE STATES.
SHELDON, HOYT & CO.,
Ho. id OHAMBEBS-8T. AND No. 31 READE-ST.,
fMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOB?
1 EIGN and DOMESTIC HARDWARE, Cutlery, Guns,
Pistols and Gun Trimmings. 10,000 dosen Hoe?,
"Brade's" Crown and Patent Scovila-Elwell's and Amer.
lean manufacture-Collins' Axes, Whlttemore'a Cotton
Cards, Ac, Ac at lowest market rates.
Januarys _*mo *'
JOHN T. MORRELL,
Successor te Jbffit MOORE,
No. 198 Front-street,
Embracing aU the New and Most Approved
Ploughs Sugar Milla
Harrows Store Trucks
Cultivators Wheel Barrows
?Torse Hoes Hand Carts
Jotton Sweeps Farming Mills
Road Scrapers Coffee Mills
Garden Rollers Grain Cradles
Field Rollers Scythes
Corn SheHers Sneaths
Straw Cutters Shovels and Spades
Stalk Cutters Hay and Manure Forks
Cotton Gins Garden and Hay Bate?
Horse Powers and Threshing Machines,
WAGONS, CARTS, Ac.
CASTINGS, cf aU kinds, made o rder.
GUANO, GROUND BONK, POUDRETTR,
And all other Fertilisera, sold on he moat avorable
October 5 ?mot
WM. A. HINMAN,
MANUFACTURER OF PERFUMERY, CONCEN?
TRATED FRUIT ESSENCES for Druggists'and
Confectioners' use. No. 20 Platt-atreet, corner of Gold,
New York. Fancy Boxes and Baskets for holiday pre?
sents, S?chela, Handkerchief Extra?is, Pomades, Vine?
gar Bouge, Toilet Powdere, Hahr Oils, OU Musk, Oil
Civet, Grain Mnak in oonoo caddies, OU Apple, OH
Banana, Duty rio Ether.
Fine Handkerchief Extracts bi bulk to suit purchasers.
A complete Catalogue wUl be forwarded by mall on ap?
plication. Cmos January 33
DICKERSON. REED & CO.
XXPOBTEBS OF AND DXALZBS Ht
TLN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINC
and aU other articles for tinners use.
No. 39 and 31 OLIFF-ST., cor. FULTON,
September 35 lyr New York.
DERRICKSON dc BARTLETT,
PAPER AND RAG SEALERS,
No. 30 Be ck man-street, N. V.
PRINTING, WRITING, WRAPPING AND COLORED
Papers, Straw and Binders' Boards, Tarred Roofing
Paper, Paper Manufacturera' Bupplles, and all kinds o
Paper-mill Machinery. Paper of every description mad.
to order. Rags taken In exchange for Paper. Orders by
mail promptly attended ta lyr October 38
HENRY & JOHN PARET, JR.
HO. 55 CHAMBERS-STREET, NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
ALARGE STOCK ADAPTED TO SOOTHERS
TRADE. 6ma January 16
JAMES CONNER'S SONS'
United States Type Foundry
Nc o. mb, HO and 34 Oeatre-atrect, New Vorst.
Corner of Reavde-street.
THE TYPE ON WHIOH THX8 PAPEB IB P RINTHE
ta from the above foundry. IT October I
GRIFFINS & CO,, Proprietors.
Nos. 58 and 60 Cortlandt-street,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN PLOWS.
Harrows, Cultivators, Cotton Sweeps, Hay Preasea!
Cotton Presses, Cider Presses, Grain Cradles, Churns Ox
Bows. Ox Yokes, Well Buckets, Sugar Mills, Core Mills.
Cider Mills, Fan Mills, Saw Mills, Corn Sheller., Store
Trucks, Wheelbarrows, Sugar Pans, Shovels, Spades
Boes, Forks. Rakes, Soythee, Hay Cutters, Sausaga Oin
ters, Vegetable Cutters, Hand Carta, Male Carte Ox
Carts, Farm Wagons, Horse Powers, ThreahlnR Ma?
chines, Cotton Gina, Mowers aad Reapers, &o.
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds.
? ph???h0Bplute o? ^80110 ^
_ ' 8?LE AGENTS FOR
Glasgow Fertilizer Company's Phosphate and Ammo,
niated Guano and Super-Phosphate of L?ne, and Bruce*
Concentrated Manure. . 1
Trade supplied. Order direot from
_ _ GRIFFINS k GO..
Novembe? ie " *"* M O"0?4?*T* New York.
LMPORTRR OF FRENCH, ENGLISH AND GERMAN
Toys, Fancy Goods, China & Fireworks.
MANUFACTURER OF TRANSPARENT SLATES,
flo. SU John-street, ??w y/ork.
Washers & Screws,
No. 86 Liberty street, New York,
HAVE ON HAND ALL SIZES AND KINDS Ot
BOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS AND 8CREW8. Al*'
RAILROAD AND MACHINIST'S TOOLS AND 8rf
PLIES. stu th 6mo October >
EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT,
FOB THIRTY YEA BS HAS RECEIVED THE FA?
VORABLE recommendation of the public, and
been ased and prescribed by the
FIRST PHYSICIANS IN THE LAND
REST REMEDY KNOWN
Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Bil?
ious Headache, Dizziness, Costiveness,
Lou of Appetite, Gout, Indigestion, Torpidity of tbs j
Liver, Gravel, Rheumatic Affections, Piles,
Heartburn, Sea Sickness, Bil?
And all similar complaints peculiarly incidental to the
Spring and Summer Seasons.
It Ii particularly adapted to the wants of Traveler* by
Sea and Land, Residents In Hot Climates, Per?
sons of Sedentary Habits, Invalids
and Convalescents. Captains of
Vessels and Planters will
find lt a valuable ad?
dition to their
Fer Testimonials, kc, tee pamphlet with each bottle.
Manufactured only by
TARRANT AND CO.,
No. 278 GREENWICH-STREET, NEW TORE.
?ir For sale by all Druggists.
November 30 6mo?
FTHE YOUNG AND RISING GENERATION, THE
vegetative po ivers of Ufo are strong, but in a few
yeats how often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye and
emaciated form, and the impossibility of application to
mental effort, show its baneful influence. It soon be?
comes evident to the observer that some depressing in?
fluence is checking the development o? he body. Con?
sumption is talked of, and perhaps the youth is removed
from tho school and sent into the country. This is one
of the worst movements. Removed from ordinary di?
versions of tho ever-changing scenes of the city, the
gowers ef the body too much enfeebled to givo zest to
ealthful and rural exercise, thoughts are turned in?
ward upon themselves.
If thc patient be a female, tho approach of the menses
ls looked for with anxiety, as the first symptom in which
Nature is to snow her saving power in diffusing tho cir?
culation, and visiting the cheek with the bloom of health.
Alas I lncroasn of appetite has grown by what it fed on,
and the energies of the system aro prostrated, and tho
whole economy ls deranged. The beautiful and wonder?
ful period in which~body and mind undergo so fascinat?
ing a change from ^hiid to woman, is looked for in vain ;
the parent's heart bleeds in anxiety, and fancies the
grave bnt waiting for ita victim.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHTJ,
For Weakness arising from Excuses or Early Indiscre?
Atter ded with the following symptoms :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of
Memory, Dimoulty of Breathing, General Weakness,
Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful
Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Oold Feet, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision, Languor, Universal Lassitude of the
Muscular System, Often Enormous Appetite with Dy
spoptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions
on the Face, Pain in the Back, Heaviness of the Eyelids,
Frequently Black Spots flying before the Eyes, with
Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight, Want of Atten?
tion, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Horror of So?
ciety. Nothing is more desirable to such patients than
Solitude, and nothing they more dread for Fear of Them?
selves, no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness, no Specu?
lation, bat a hurried transition from one question to
These symptoms, if allowed to go on-which this Me?
dicine Invariably removes-soon follow Loss of Power,
Fatuity and Epileptic Fits, in one of which the patient
may expire. . ?
During thc superintendence of Dr. Wilaou, at th?
Bloomingdale Asylum, this sad rsamtt ocouzma1 to tw?
patients; reason had for a time lefts htm, asst) )thdl ?4
of epilepsy. ? Th ^ were of beth Bex**,? nda i xtt wenrj
years of sge.
Who can say that these exceaatflir t no) smutty
followed by those direful diseases! ax.'jsiiy ax.* J rmmp
tien? The : ecords of the Insane Asylums, and the mel?
ancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness to
the truth nf these assertions. In Lunatic Asylums the
most melancholy exhibition appears. The countenance
ls actually sodden and quite destitute-noither mirth or
grief ever visits it. Should a sound of the voice occur,
it is rarely articulate.
.. With woeful measures wan Despair
Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled.'
Whilst we regret the existence o; the above diseases
and symptoms, we aro prepared to offer an invaluable
gifj of chemistry for the removal of the consequences
HELMBOLD 5 S
FLUID EXTRACT OF Bl?.
MW THERE IS NO TONIO LIEE IT. -?
IT IB AN ANOHOR OF HOPE TO THE 8URGED!
and Patient; and this is the testimony of all who ha 71
used or prescribed it.
MW Sold by all th* Druggists.
Principal Depot HELMBOLD'S DRUG AND 0HE.1?
No. 594 BROADWAY
February IT (Imo
Type Foundry and Printers' Emporium.
No. 38 Gold-street, New York City.
rtS OLD ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY, HATING A
largs assortment of BOOK, Nh..".-? APER, JOB
12?D ORNAMENTAL TYPE, the proprietora are pre
pared, with ample facilities to promptly execute ali or
len for same, and Printing material? of ever - descrip?
tion, including PRESSES of all manufactures.
Orders may be addressed to A J. BURKE, our Agen
tt Charleston. 8.0 Imo? October 3?
First Premium Steam Saw-Mills.
THE FIRST PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
Was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
By tba American Institute, at their Fair, In October, 1800,
for the beat
AND STEAM ENGINE
ORDERS FOR THESE, GANG SAW-MILLS, 8UGAB
Milla, General Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings,
forgings, Railroad Oars, Ac, Ac, promptly ailed. Ad
Iresi GEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer,
Newburgh, N. Y., or
L. C. WARD, Agent,
No. 66 Llberty-st., (Boom No. 8), N. Y.
December 13_ ly,
HARRIS & BROTHER,
No. 49 JOHN-STREET,
CORNER OF DUTCH-STREET, NEW YORK.
?rANUFACTURERS OF ENGLISH GLAZED HARD
LIL WARE AND BLASTING PAPERS.
A general assortment or ai) kinds ot Papers and Twine?
Paper Stook bought "hstuflmo. November 1?
PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS!
Steam, Force, Snction and Lifting Pnm?
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION :
STEAM ANO GAS PIPES,
Pipe anti Steam Pittinps,
asm srvKRT nasourpxioH or
Phunbers', 6ds * d Steam Fittero
FOR SALE AT "'HE LOWEST RATES.
JOHN B. FULLER,
Ne). S DEY-STIt BKT. MEW YORK.
November lu tmwlyr
N. York Advertisements
IODIDE OF POTASSIUM
WITH THE COMPOUND CONCENTRATED
FLUID EXTRACT OF VALUABLE ME?
DICINAL ROOTS AND HERBS.
W I ..TiTATVT EC. Gr REG-GK Tvl. TD.
GRADUAIS 07 Ilia OOLLEOE OF PHYSICIANS AND
BTBOEoya, NEW TOBE; FORMERLY. ABBIST*
ANT PHTSICHN m TEE BLAOEWELL'B
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUI
A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE.
WHAT HAY SEEM ALMOST INCREDIBLE IS, THA
muij diseases hitherto considered hopelessly Lncnrt?l
ire frequently cured tn s few days or weeks; sud w
ch serially Invite the investigations of the iiberal-min de
and scientific to eures which nave no parallel at th
During the past five years we have contended with ot
Stades and overcome opposition as herculean as wer
ever encountered by any reformers.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
Some say, "Your cures are too qui ok," while other
doubt their permanence, and think that diseases cai
only be cured by the "slow, recuperative procesa o
This ls our reply: In health, the body, Uko a well
belan oed scale, is in a state of equilibrium. But when
from any cause, down goes ono side of tho scale, we han
the effects of disease. What is requisite is to restore th?
normal Delan oe of the s calo.
Constitution Lite Syrup,
Ic a positive and specific remedy for all diseases erig?
ruting from an IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD, ami
for liul (hereditary) diseases transmitted from parent U
It ls so universally admitted that CONSTITUTION
LIFE SYRUP ls the only effective means of rettoratior.
In the Tarions forms of Paralysis, that we need not reit
arate that it ls (emphatically the Great Llfoglvina
INDIGESTION, WEIGHT AT STOMACH, FLATU?
LENCE, LIVER COMPLAINT, WANT OF
APPETITE, BAD BBEATH, CON?
STRUMA, KING'S EVIL, GLANDULAR SWELLINGS,
ERYSIPELAS, ULCERATION, SALT RHEUM.
This taint (hereditary and acquired), filling liie with
untold misery, ls, by all usual medical remedies, mou?
ARTHRITIS], LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA, BOIATIOA,
GOUT, TIC DOLOREAUX
If there is any disease in which the CONSTITUTION
LIFE SYRUP ls a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and ita
kindred affections. The most h?tense pams are almost
Instantly alleviated-enormous swellings are reduced.
Cases, chronlo or vicarious, of twenty or forty years'
standing, have been cured by us.
Constitution Life Syrup
purges the system entirely from all the evil effects of
ker cary, removing tho Bad Breath and curing the Weak
Join ts and Rheumatic Pains which the use of Calomel ls
sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums, and secures
the Teeth as firmly aa ever.
Constitution Life Syrup
eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Disease? of the
ULCERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,
And aU other difficulties of this kind, which so much
disfigure the entward appem-anoe of both males and
females, o fte .1 making ?hem a disgusting object o them?
selves and their rienda.
For all Fems of Dlceratire Diseases,
either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue, Spine, Forehead or
Scalp, no remedy has ever proved its equal.
Moth patches upon the female face, depending upon s
diseased action of the Liver, are very unpleasant , the
young wife and mother. A few bottles of NSTITU
TTON LIFE SYBUP wlR correct the *<?rretion sad re?
moro the deposit, wbjch ls directly ender the skin.
Diseases of the Liver, gi vin / rise to Languor, Dlssl
ness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcerated or
cancerous condition of that organ, accompanied with
burning or other unpleasant symptoms, will be relieved
by the useo'
Constitution Life Syrup.
As a General Blood-Purifying Agent, the LLFE SYBUP
stands unrivalled by any preparation hi the world.
THE RICH AND POOR
are liable to the earns diseases. Nature and Bele?os
bave made the CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP fer the
benefit of aU,
produces healthy men and women; and if the constitu?
tion ls neglected In youth, disease and early death ls the
result. Do not delay when the means are so near at
bsnd, and within the reach of aU.
Constitution Life Syrup
IS THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND AND THE RICH
WILLIAM H. GREGG, M. D"
Sole Proprietor, New York.
MORGAN & ALLEN,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, Agents,
No. ?? OLIFF-STREET, NEW YORE.
J-wiuaryJ .imo CH USTON.
N. York Advertisements.
FOR HOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND FAMILY USE;
Porcelain Door, Drawer and Shutter Snobs, plain
Also, DOOR PLATES, Finger PlAtes and Shield Kam?
ber Plates; Drawer Pulir- and Snobs for Druggists'
drawers, numbered or Littered, as may be desired;
PORCELAIN HARDWARE TRIMMINGS of all descrip?
tions. THOS. O. HMTTH & CO., Proprietors.
Office No. 38 Join-street, New York. Factory, Brook
yn, E. D. Smos February 3?
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
"Tl-f U8KETS AND CARBINES, FOB THE UNITED
IVA States Serried. Also, Pocket and Belt Revolvers,
Repeating Pistols, Rifle Canes, Revolving Rifles, Rifle
and Shot Gun Barrels, and Gun Materials generally.
Sold by Gun Dealers and the Trade throughout the j
DJ these days of house-breaking and robbery every
house, store, bank, and office, should have one cf REM?
Circulars containing ouUi and description of our Arms
.will be furnished upon, application.
E. REMINGTON A SONS, Rion, N. T.
MOORE & NICHOLS, Agents,
March 7 8mo No. ?0 Ctonrtland-eireet, X. Y.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. \\\Wm PILLS!
nPHE COMBINATION OF INGREDIENTS IN THESE
A PILLS is the result of a long and extensivo prac?
tico. They are mild ia their operation, and cannot do
harm to the mest delicate; certain in correcting ali Ir?
regularities, Painful Menstruations, removing all ob?
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner?
vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, kc, disturbed sleep, which arise from interrup?
tion of nature.
DE. CHEESEMANS PILLS
was the commencement of a new era in the treat-1
mont of irregularities and obstructions which have
consigned so many to a PBKUATUHK QUA VE. No female |
can enjoy good health unless she is regular, and when?
ever an obstruction takes place the general health begins
to decline. These Phis form the finest preparation ever
pvt forward with IMMEDIATE and PERSISTENT SUC?
CESS. DON'T BB DEOETVED.
Take this advertisement to your Druggist, and tell him
that you want the BEST and mott RELIABLE FE?
MALE MEDICINE IN THE WORLD, which ls com?
prised in these Pills.
DR? CHEESEMANS PILLS
have been a Standard Berne y for over thirty years, and I
are the most effeotual one ever arno sra for all cern-1
plaints peculiar to Females. To all classes they are in?
valuable, inducing, with certainty, periodical regularity.
They are known to thousands, who hare used them, at I
different periods, throughout the country, having the
sanction of some of th? most eminent Physicians i? \
Explicit directions, stating when they should not be used,
with each Box-the price One Dollar per Bon, or 0 boxes j
for $5, containing from 60 to 60 Pills.
Pilla sent by mail promptly, secure from observation,
by remitting to the Proprietors. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS
HUTCHINGS k HILLYER, Proprietors,
No. 28 Dey-street, New York.
Bold in Charleston by MORGAN % BROTHERS.^
December 13 ttrthsGmo
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO,,
NO. 330 BROADWAY, NEW TORE,
OFFER TO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN JOBBKRS
AND RETAILERS, at the lowest market prices,
FOR CASH, a very large and attractive stock of DRES8
GOODS, CLOTHS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, WHITB
GOODS, kc_fmw8mo_February fl
A.. PEAEL & CO.,
DEPOT, No. 75 FULTON-STREET, N. Y.
Price List sent free.
ADOLPH PEARL.H. D. DUMONT.
November 39 wfm6mos
NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY,
NO. 22 BKBKMAN-STRKBT.
PRINTERS ARE INVITED TO CALL ON THE SUB?
SCRIBER, where they can be supplied with every
style of PRINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled hard
metal, and finished in the most accurate manner, with
PRESSES and every article they require, at the LOWEST
PRICE for cash or approved paper.
ELECTROTYPING AND STEREOTYPING.
Second-hand Presses and materiala bought and
Type Oopperfaced to order by the Newton Com
Fonts assorted with accents for Spanish, French
Old Type taken In exchange for New at 15c. per pound
November 8 wfm lyr p. O. OORTELYOU.
JOHN B. FULLER,
?AN?FACT?RER & DEALER
No. 8 DEY-STREET, KEW YORK,
HM in atore and ready for immediate shipmant,
and is manufacturing to order,
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
. SW horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills ot
most approved construction, of all sues, cutting 700
o 1600 feet of lumber per hour; Grist Mills, Mill Irons,
(Vater Wheels, snd every kind of Mill Machinery; Sugar
tilla, Paper and Mining Machinery; Tools, Tanks, Aa,
or Oil and Salt Works; Cotton and Woolan Machinery,
vertical Planers, Woodworth Planing Ka?
on Planers, chines,
Engine Lathes, Gray k Wood's Planing Ma
Drill Lathes, chines,
Boring Machines, Darnels' Planing Machines,
-flatting Machines, Moulding Machines,
Upright Drills, Bash Machines,
??team Pumps, Tenoning Machines,
Force Pumps, Power Morticing Machines
Lifting Pumps, Foot Morticing Machines,
notion Pumps, Boring Machines,
Sydrauilo Jacks, Bund Slat Tenoning Ma
ew Jacks, chines,
-(hafting Pulleys and Circular Saw Benches,
Hangers, Wright's Patent Scroll flaws,
tubber and Leather Belt- Patent Belt Scroll Saws,
Inga, Circular Reserving Milla,
-eather and Rubber Hose, Upright Reserving Min.,
?lambing and Gas Fittings Rotary and Mining Pumps,
tteam and Gas Pipes Every description of Machi
tteam and Water Gauges, nary and Railway Supplies.
Cotton Gins I Cotton Gins IJ
COTTON GINS III
Taylor, Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Excelsior
.nd McCarthy COTTON GINS, with Engines or Horse
Powers, and everything required tor the same, in store,
adi or sale at the lowest price. Your orders are re
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STRASBURGES & NUHN,
fieriaan, French and English Toys,
China and Fancy Goods,
BEADS, MASES, ACCORDEONS, fte.
No. 69 MAIDEN LANE.
CORNER WILLIAM-8TTEET, NEW YORK.
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF BOTHES. OPr BRING
them the LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF GOOD8, -
l|- m H' wi,"!'1)!' .Wi?.4 it'l.'Hn <?n-i.?-w .
"THE ORIPPIV TRI-VVKKKl.Y SrAK
LOGAN, FITCH* CO.. PB,?f^i5J2":DRP.T?
CIRCULATION THREETHOU3^D-^D BAPIDLY
Increasing. Published ???rr TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and S \ TU RD A Y MORNING.
Ternii,-$S per Atnnm-S3 tor fix Months.
ronna of Advert?ala*-1 square, 9 month ..$13.50
H .< 2?qnarM, S month..120
- Isquare 8 mouth..$2C
SANCTIONED BY EDGERTON k RICHARDE,
MESSRS. EDGERTON A RICHARDS HAVING Tgj,
PO KARIL Y discontinued their Tailoring T>T*i??)M
then; FOREMAN, Mr. T. YGLE8IA8, wfll contins?*^
same at No. 868 KING-STREET, nearly opposite VtjtJdf
Home, until the above firm resumes the btu hu eta.
subscriber win be happy to see and accommodate tb)
old customers and Mends of the firm. AH ORD&g <?.
trusted to his care wfll be attended to withpufictaaaj
THE S?BP3EIBEE, .
WHO HAS CONTINUED IN THIS CITY TS TBS
lime business since the above date, sad .who hts tn
yet been Informed of the RESUMPTION OF THUS
FORMES BUSINESS BY MESSRS. EDGERTON *
RICHARDS, may be formel st No. S3 BROAD-cTREffi,
next door west of EDasBTOS A RICHAEDS' Hard wars
Store, Be wfll be nappy to meet his sad their old cus?
tomers ss heretofore, and is prepared to serre and fit
them m the most fashionable style of the times, tttm
his long practical experience in this City and elsewhere,
be feels confident of giving entire sa tisfiictloa. Hebst
always on hand an EXTENSIVE STOCK OF FREH03
AND ENGLISH GOODS, and wfll fill and exeootu all OS
den at the shortest notice. The most EXPERIENCED
WORKMEN are employed in the establishment
February 3_, _
riJB SUBSCRIBERS HA VB MADE AR.
BANGEMEN ? with Mc J. s. PHILLIPS, moon?
an ne the DRAPE! ad TAILORING basins? si their
old stand. No. S31- GAD-STREET, in all ila brandies,
is formerly oondn> ? by them, and solicit Jar Um from
their former petroi < and friends, the sam? liberal pea.
rouage ao genexou- / extended to themselves,
January 80 EDGERTON * RICHARDS.
J. S. pl?lLLlPS?
DRAPER AXTX) TAILOR,
SUCCESSOR TO EDGERTON & RICHARDS,
NO. 34 BROAD-STREET,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSORT?
MENT of best grades of French, English, sod
american Cloths, Oaas?nerea, and Vestings, which WU
be sold by the yard or made to order tn toa latest fash?
ion. 8mo January 30
A. S. HULL, Agent,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT THE WELL KNOW!
Shirt Emporium and Furnishing Establishment st
B> M. Welch, corner of Meeting and Mirket ifaestsj
?here a full Une of all articles caa bo had for
R. ti. WELCH
WU1 give special attention to the
JOHN T. FLYNN, '
Many yean connected with the well known boase M
Charlie D. Carr A Co., will superintend tbs
Where he will be happy to see his old friends sad ct*
bomen. lyr November 1
L. T. LEVIN,
(Opposite the RUINS of Jeaaey'a Hotel,)
HAVING RESUMED THE ABOVE BUSINESS,
would respectfully solicit
CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE,
of all descriptions, either for public or private sale.
Particular attention paid to aU Oat-Door Sales, Real
Estate, Stocks, Bonds, Ac.
Having a large and commodious Brick Warehouse, I
am prepared to receive, store, and forward, all sleds ct
merchandise, upon reasonable terms.
lu T. LEVIN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER DJ
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &c
At No.?6? KING-STREET, Charleston, IA,
AI NEW kUBK. PRICKS. -
AWYorkviRe paper copy for two months, sad seed
DUI to this office lyr No Tambar ll
BALTIMORE RIYET AO SPIEE WORKS.
R. W. TYSON & CO., '
f P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland,
HOOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKES, BO TL KB BIT?
ETS, BOAT SPIKES, Ao.
For further information, apply to
BRUNS A BEE, Agents,
No. 84 East Bay, Charleston, & 0*
PUTTY UP JJUTTY UP !
N. M. GILBRETH,
No. 101 Market-street,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP 1BTIST,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS ORDERS FROM HB
old and nsw customers.
GLAZING promptly attended to. PUTTY for Sal*.
November 18 _
iMARGO DE CHI BlfflHS
FOR SALE BY
CAHILL & CO..
CORNER EAST BAT and lMflE ALLEf.
september ?7 _
$3 per day.
$j per day by month.
$10 per week-day board,
oosjraa Kate * sooxrxr sn
MUTEE BF fO?tWKSgTB AND "F " STRSSTH
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
C. WILLARD. Proprietor.
U%OB MANY YEARS PROPRIETOR OF THE HYGXLS
L1 HOTEL. Old Point. Va.