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The Daily ISTews.
TUE8D vY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1866.
fFO* THE ilAILT HIWB.J
BT MP. 9 . 0. A. BALL.
TW ANfcWIR TO TOB SEHTIMENT WHIOH HAS BEE* EX?
PRESSED OF LATE BT Al ANT, " WK SHOULD PO BO BT THE
Can tbe mother forget the child < f her love,
Who was into tior tenderest heart-erriuge wove,
Who lisped his .first prayer her knee bielde,
And grew to manhood her-Joy and pride.?
Can abo lookover altmarly grave, . j
And for I? ttlng tho cause he die** to eave,
Think of the peat, aa lt ne'er had beenr
Those years In her thoughts are too lresh. I ween:
Can thc father forget his first-born son, ,
Who, ere bin boyhood waa fairly run.
Shouldered his musket and left his side.
And for love of his country fought and died?
Think yoUjObllvion's waveB caa roll
Over a parent's stricken soul?
Oh no; th? past, with its waves of blood,
Surges his heart like a mighty flood.
Can the sis'er forget the brother beloved.
Who with Tier through the hannis ot childhood roved;
Can she think of the wi,and an hts mamy brow,
Which laid bte proud fo-m forever low?
And can Memory be a thing of nought.
And the years with such fearful anguish fraught,
Be unto her as they ne'echad been?
Oh no; they * IQ ever be fresh and green.
Can tho malden for.'ct ;ae nobio^onih
Who had pledged to her hts love and truth?
Can the wife forgot thc husband tried,
Who for love of his country Mt her side?
Oin tho rtrick-n orph tn ory her t' ars,
And think no m.*re of those vanished yearsP
Dark years of terror, of death, and woe?
Thelrbleeding hoirie cry no; cA no.
Can any true Boathem heart forget,
While our land with blood and tears is wot?
While the mother's, the widow's, the orphan's wall.
Is borne to oar ears from hill and vale?
While our homestead in ashes round UK lie,
And for bread our starvion myriads crj?
While he. the h*cul of our fatten cause,
'Gainst Mercy'* plea, and Honor's laws,
Pines still within his prison walls,
And ; UP tic? in vain lor his freedom calls?
Time may bring bealing upon bis wing?,
May bind'in our hearts the shattered strings:
Forgiv. ness of lnju-les yet may come,
Thongh oppression bo felt in each Southern home:
But a?k nu more: The torrihl? pist
Must ever be ours, while life shall last;
Ours, with its memories -ours, with its pain,
Ours, with its beat bluod abed Uko rain
Its m erl floes,-all made in vain. _
CHAnixsToa, April 6.
Publir Meeting in Car 'en.
Wo take the following report of a pu?. mooting of
the citizens of Kershaw District from the Camden Jour?
nal of Friday morning, April 6th ;
TTpon the adjournment of the Court of Common Plea*
and General Session s for Eerebaw District, on Monday
last. Gen; J. B. Kershaw r. NU and requested the mem?
bers of the bar, ibe officers of the court, the Jurors,
parties attendant upon the court, and citizens generally
to remain, in order that a public me-tli>g of tho citi?
zens thus firmed mlxht give expi easton to their views
as to tho policy of tho course adopted by Jud/e Aldrich
in declining to hold courts ia this circuit d-ring the
On motion of Gen. J. B. Kershaw, Cul Wm. M. Shan?
non was called to the Chair, and Capt. Wm Clyburn re?
quested io act as Secretary.
Colonel Shannon, on taking the Chair, briefly ad?
dressed the meet ng, gratefally congratulated the mem?
bers ol the bar aud the otncerj of the Court, that
although they had b en of the first who stood upon <he
sandi of Morris Inland, five years since, when Fort
Sumter was first attacked, and most of thew, during
all tho long y oura which have Intervi? ed, had ?bared all
the dangers and endured the hardships of the war untl
the last guns of Avery bor o and Benton ville, sn < the last
dlcsolviug and disastrous scenes around Petersburg,
zrlany hiving BSatBtsjd.perilous * onuds; yet to-day they
ail agaiu surrounded these altars-not one face
missing-every member of the bar in hfs place-the
same C erar before htm, ut the same Sheri tr on his
right. What cans* tor wonder and tor gratitude! He
*--th<r congratulated them that while they had all
.?-. *' v -nor the swords and cou miss ons of their
borne Mp ' * *-r of the bugle to the sad hour
country from the flrsiu^,. - >>ad eihiblted an
when thc-lr arms were grounded, tnej -~ .
equally pr?4S?worth7 spirit of fortitude Sad endurance
lathe trying ordeal* of their vanquished condition;
that they h?d buckled themselves to the pursuit of
peace with etrnett effort, and that they were now prov?
ing themselves to tho United States what they had been
to the Confederacy-truthful, faithful and loyal. That
among the efforts in which they had heartily joined
they were satisfit d that nothing was so well calculated
to restore civil rights, to reorganize socie'y, to establish
good order, to cheek crime, to rebuke vice and demorali?
zation om the reinstitution of our courts. lu this Oort
they had b en disappointed; and aa tho object of this
meeting was to consider tho causes of that disappoint?
ment, he would forbear to anticipate its aotion. ^9
Gen. J. B Kerena* introduced thc preamble and re?
solut 'j .is which f bow, whlcj he prei.ced with a fud,
clear and able review of the necessities of our condition;
the polioy, propriety and necessity of all tho people
using every effort to encourage and strengthen thc
hands of those in power who aro attempting to build up
our waetc places.
Captain W. 7. Leitncr presented thc Uno of argument
used in the Legislature for the re-establishment of the
courts, which he eal-1 wore presented by no one m-ire
forcibly and convincingly thin by Judge Aldrich him?
self-then a member ol the Legi la^uro.
Capt W. L. DePasj confirmed the views of his col?
league, and fuclbly expressed the neces-Hies ct our
com tc unity for the re pening of civil courts, the civil
results of military j nrisdioLon, and the apprehend >n
that the iuapouslou of civil comte hy the authorities of
the State wooli bc deemed ns evideuce of disluyalty and
construed as on oicuso. poasiblf as an invitation, to re?
instate and extend military jurisdiction over us.
It was an agreeable feature of this mtotiug, that, al?
though thc speakers dissented entirely from Judge Al?
drich's course in thu premises, this dissent WAS inva?
riably expressed in such fenns as have always charac?
terize! tie bearing of the Bar toward the Bench in
Sc nth Carcnoa; and had Judgo Aldrich been present L.i
would have found himself as bo would have expected
in the "house of his friends"-though those friends
differ widely from him at to the propriety of this im?
portant step which bo bas taken.
The fo lo wini; preamble and resolutions wer ? unani?
mously adopted :
Whrrea', Hi? Honor Judge A. P. Aldrich bas declined
to hold tho Court of Common Pleas for this District at
the proaeut term, In consequence of tho interfer?
ence of the militiry authorities at Charleston to pre?
vent tho execution of the sentence cf tho Court in
the case of the? Stato rv. Charles Fox, tried at
Charleston at tho January term; .imf whereas, the
military authorities of the State have, by their gen?
eral orders, prohibited aU interferct.ee with the civil
court? in the exercise of their jurisdiction be?
tween and in respect to tho white citizens til? rr of, snd
white residents not connected with tho ml Mary estab?
lishment, with certain limitations contained in said
orders, which limitations embrace but few of the juris?
dictions of Said Court; And whereas, tho military courts
are in and by said order? expressly forbidden to exercise
tho jurisdiction permitted to the civil courts, bo lt
Resoled, Thu the refu-alof the Jud?os to ox? reise
the jurisdiction pe: nutt'd them ls not warranted by the
circumstances; would bc subversive of ordor, encour?
age lawlessness and crime, disappoint the just expects
tation of our people, thats the d.. or of Ju tire against
our own citiaens; and, ll persisted in generally, will
tend to an extension af the jurisdiori >u of the military
courts, to embrase all classes of people and all subjecs
31 That In our opinion true policy and duty require
that we thou Id exercise every privilego permit od us,
and that rolers, magistrates and people should uni e in
every effort to restore peace, law and order to our aflllct
ed country, to which end nothing would more toud than j
the reopening of ibe courts of justice.
3d. That while entertaining personally entire respect
for Judge AWricb, we feel bound, by our sense of pub?
lic duty, respectfully to protest against the polioy, wis?
dom and propriety of bi? action in the premisos.
Ou motion of Oapt /as. M Darts, it was
Resolved, That the proceedings of this moettng be pub?
lished In the Camden Journal and Charleston DAILY j
NEWS. . :
On morion of Capt. J. D. Dunlap, the meeting ad- !
journcd. WM. li SHANNON, Chairman.
Wu. CL vu uns, Secretary.
THE TEST OVTH IN TUB BUTUEAIK COUBT. -The Wash?
ington papers announce that th? case of ex parte Gar?
land, of Arkansas, and Marr, of Louisiana, before the
8uprome Court, asklug to bo readmitted to practice at
the bar of the 8upreme Court, and involving tho consti?
tutionality ol' the Congressional test oath, together with
the Missouri State test oatu case and many others, his
been continued to the next term, tho coortbaring yes?
terday anjijurned till that time. It is said that the de?
cision of five of ?be judges was adverso to the constitu?
tionality of the oath, bnt one of the live deems it Im- '
politic to set aside the oath just now, and consequent?
ly. Joins the Chief Justice and the threo justices who
advocate the oath in having the decision postponed.
gr AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYE?
made now, without Spectacle*, Doctor or Medicine,
Pamphlet malled free on receipt of ten cents. Addres*
C B. FOOTE, M. D., Na 1180 Broadway, New York.
gr COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THL3 CELE?
BRATED Toilet Soap, Ia such unlven-al demand,
s made from the choicest materials, ls mild and
. moulent lu Ita nature, rragianily scented, and
extremely beneficial tn its action upon the skin. For
I sile by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
tw HILL'S HAIR DYE-FIFTY CENTS
I BLACK OB BROWN.-Instantaneous In effect, reUablt
for natural appearance, beauty of color and durability,
also the cheapest and best In use. Depot, Ne. 6? Jobx
street, corner of William street, New York, and sold bj
Druggists and Fancy Goods Stores everywhere.
gf BATOHELOB'8 HAIR DYE!-THE ORIGIN Al
and best in the world I The only true sud perfect HAIR
DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produee*
Immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with?
out Injuring the hair or sid*. Remedies the Ul effects c
?> ad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine ls signed
ifTLLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEUBS,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
August 17_ lyr
.7-SPEOIAL NOTICE.-"GREATOAKS FROS!
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to Un
oman race spring from causes BO small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that fill
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facta.
Then guard yourselves while you may. The smallest
pimple on tbe skin is a tell-tale and Indicator of (linease :
rt may fade and die away from Ute surface of the body
out it will wach,tho vitals, perhaps, at lost, and death
.ethe result and final dose. MAGGLEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS euro where al
ahern faiL While for Burns, Scolds, Chilblains, Cut?
tnd si] abrasions ortho akin, MAGGIFL'S Salve is in
fallible. Sold by J. MAGGIE!, No. ?3 Fulton-ctreet
Sow York, and all Druggists, at 25 cents per box.
September 25 lyr
FIRE HEH HE
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE
FIRE IM?R? COMM
(ONE MILLION STERLING,)
13 NOW PR!PARED TO TAKE FIRE RI6ES TN THIS
ar LOSSES ADJUSTED AND SETTLFD HERE.
A. S. JOHNSTON, Agent,
April 9 Imo Two doors east of Keeting-st.
FIRE, KARINE AND LIFE
TUPPER & LANE,
Planters" and Mechanics' Bank Building,
No. 133 East Bay-street.
O EP RESENTING THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS
^_ COMPANIES, of the highest ?tan ding and respon
8 ?cUR?TY ENS?BANo? COMPANY, of New York.
Cash Capital and Assets.ll,6?0,WQ
PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of New ?ora.
Cash Capital and Assots.$1,60",OOO
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., of New ?ork.
Cash Oapital and Assots.,.$1,200,000.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York.
Ossu Capital and Assets.$1,000,000.
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., of New York.
Cash Capital and Assets.$800,000.
GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, OE THE
UNITED STA l'ES.$2,CO0,O0O.
AGGREGATE CASU CAPITAL
Ten Millions of Dollars.
.?-FIRE, MARINE AND INLAND RI8E8 TAKEN
AS LOW AS OTHER GOOD COMPANIES, and LOSSES
PROMPTLY PAID AT THIS AGENCY.
A A. LANE .S AML. Y. TUPPEn.
March 17_ imo
lIiWBRSlL LIFE Ml?
ON IMPAIPvED LIVES,
usludlng their regular Une of business.
HOME OFFICE, No. 69 LIBERTY-STREET, NEW
P. H. KEGLER, Agent,
March 13_Imo_CHARLESTON, S. 0.
TRAVELERS' INSURANCE COMPANT
INSURES AGAINST ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS,
P. H. KEGLER Agent,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
ttr Accidenta will happen in the best regulated faml
es. Insure, and your mind will be at ease.
March 13 _im0
GILLIOT & SON'S
BIRMINGHAM, LOUDON, NEW YUHK i
AND No 43 HAYNK-STRKET,
CHARLESTON, S. C. I
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER A LARGE AND WELL !
SELECTED .sTOCK OF STEEL PENS of the above j
Manufacturer's make. E, J. DAWSON A 00 ,
Booksellers and Stationers, No. 46 Hayne st
March 27 _tuths!3
A OA Vf- AGKNTB WASTED TO
?O set, a new and wonderful SEWING MACHINE,
the only cheap one licensed. Address SHAW A CLARA,
tit ad ?nord Main. September 15
420 J. GOUDKOP. 420
Threo Doors South of Calhoun,
JUST OPEN ED.
ALOT*? & 0. HANDKERCHIEFS AT 12*
Prints, fast colofff nt 15 cents.
Longcloths at IS cents.
L-ngcloths, "Now York Mills," 4 4, st 40 oents.
8-4 lilacs Barege, fur t-hawls.
Black sud Colored Parasols, all varieties
Leno, Grenadines and Lawns
Black Silk Cloaks and Sacks
Brown and Bleached Damask, for tabling
Huckaback and Ensata Diapers
A fad assortment of Hosiery, Qloren, Cord Trim?
Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats.
April 7 _too
No. 219 KING-STREET, WEST SIDE,
ONE BOOR SOUTH OF MAJIKET-STBEET.
NOV? OPENED, AND RSOETVTNG WEEKLY PER
Steamers, a choleo selection of SPRING AND SUM
M KR CLOTHING OF ALL GRADES. Thegarmenta of?
fered are thoroughly made, and equal in all respects to
custom work Special attention ls invited to the stock
B?.SIN ESS SUITS
SACHS AND SACKTEES
BOTS* AND YOUTHS' OI/iTBING (to suit tllwa)
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS (in great va?
TUE TAILORING P?PARTMKNT supplied with s
Quo line of OLOTHS. CASS! M ERES and COATINGS
suitable for the season.
Capt B. W. MoTUREOCS takes charge of the SALES
DEPARTMENT, and will be happy to see bis friends
and supply them as heretofore.
WM. MATTHIESSEN, Agent.
HU Al MM GOODS.
IIDE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from ti.e North, takte this method of lnformlog
the public that no is uckiving a full assortment of
OLOTHS, CA9.:-lIMEBEsY'COATi>G8 AND VE8TING6
of ibo best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
ii Spriuj? and r>ummer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low ngu cs, i crsonawishing any thing In my line
will Dud lt to their ad vantage to give me a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make them np in the very I boat st} le at Edgerton &
Ric.bards' old stand, No. 32Broad-street
March 30_9_J. 8, PHILLIPS.
CLOTHING AND FUfiNISHINfi GOODS
ll Af NE AND MEETING STREETS,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS OPEKED A LABOE AND
handsome assortment of SPRING CLOTHING, of
the 'atost and most desira'do styles, to which be invites
thu attention of buyers both from the Interior and city.
Bolin ving that the Goods will mit the market not only
in quality and style but also in price, he respectfully so?
licits an examination of his stock before purchasing
elsewboro. W. A. LUDLOW.
GEO. F. RANKIN will be happy to see bia friends al
the above establishment The office of WALDRON,
EGLESTON A CO. will be found at the samo place.
March 28 Imo
WHOLESALE ARD RETAIL DEALER IK
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Trunks, Valises, Etc.,
No. 233 KING-STEEET,
NEAR THE CORNER OF HARKET-ST.,
JW TUB AD GBR BUILDING.
MT 6TOCK IS WELL SELECTED AND BOUGHT
for raab, and I propose to fell to Country Mer?
chants on the same terms, with ten por cent advance
above original cost
Tho largest stock of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS, ever brought to this ma ker, msy be found
here._Imo March 10
A. G. GOODWIN,
HATS, MPS, STR1W GOODS,
No. 135 Meeting-st, Up Stairs,
OVER JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
""THE SOB8CRIBER IS NOW OPENING AN ENTIRE
I new and complete stock ol GOODS, comprising
everything usually Sept in a first-class BAT, OAP, and
STRAW GOODS HOOrl, to which he invites the atten?
tion of purchasers. Representing the manufacturers ot
many styles of the goods, and having unusual facilities
for obtaining all of his goods from first bands, he leets
confident that morcbanta visiting thia market can select
from his slock at the Now York Jobbers' prices.
N. B.-Having secured the services of Mr. A. 8. J.
PERRY, of the old house of Johnston, Crews A Co.,
and Mr. E T. BROWN, of the nonie of P, D. Fanning
A Co., they wt uld take pleasure In receiving a call from
any of their old friends. Imo March 27
! JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.,
No. 135 Meeting-streot.
Charleston, S. C.,
-yrriT.T. RESUME THEIR OLD BUSINESS, MD
would solicit consignments of MERCHANDISE of all ?
scrip?ons, either for Public or Private Sale.
tW Particular attenliOD paid to ail out-door salor.
January W '?raw
TUR Ki MK KV SO. CA. JOURNAL,
18 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING IN
the ?own of Benneitavllle, 8. C.. bv W. F. E. HEN?
Terms.-Tb re?; dollars for munmin adv ano? ; twenty
dollars 1er ten copies, Mai cb j
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRY GOODS HOUSE.
rriHE BEST AND LARGEST SELECTION OF SPRING GOODS, ESPECHLLT EILECTID FOR THU?
X Market A call irosa the LADIES, COUNTRY MERCHANTS, AND PLASH1(8, 1B reFj eetluMj solicited.
Having secured the most polite b'sleemen m the trade, they will he happy to Bee the? friends at
NO "KS E?NG, CORKER OF WENTWORTH-STREET, UNDER THE MASONIC HALL.
WM. ROY. formerly with BROWN A CALDER.
B. C. MCCLURE, formerly with WM. HOWLAND.
L. B. LDVEGREEN, tormerly with A. F. BRJWNESCJ A CO?
S. H. S EYLES, formerly with A. F. BROWNING A CO.
L D. DOMAR. WM. H. STEIN MEYER, Bookkeeper.
~~ NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC OP THIS CITY AND ITS VT CIN TTY
that he baa )?pt opened an entire new and very extensive stock of
CONSISTING OF EVERY VARIETY BELONGING TO THAT LINE; ALSO, A LARGE SELECTION OF
DRESS TRIMMINGS, STRAW GOODS, RIBBONS, ARTIFICIALS, ETC.,
Carefully selected for the
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL TRADE,
fhlch he ie enabled, by recent purchases for OASH, to offer ai erreatly reduced prices. Purchasers will do well
y giving him a call, aa he wlU endeavor to give general satisfaction.
(FORMERLY FROM CHARLOTTE, N. C..)
No. SM King street, between Wentworth and Society aire?is.
P. S -Tib M K.-ntlee bf merchants from the country ls also respectfully solicited, as they will find goods wei;
adapted to their trade.
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE.
1___TSTG & CASSIDEY,
W __OLES__3_iE DRUGGISTS,
No. 151 Meeting-street,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
January 24 thstnSmo
100 Flue Solid Walnut CHAMBER SPITS
200 Desirable COTTAGE Sf ITS.
AN MM AWI ASSOETM EMT :
PATENT TUCKER SPRINGS
IRON SPRING CHAIRS.
WILL EE EOLD AT REDUCED PRICES, BI
A. GETTY & CO.,
Nos. 126 and 128 Meeting-street,
AND Nos. ?3 and 65 H AS EL-STREET.
KiRiaiTl BIL WAREHOUSE
No, 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGRI?
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kind? :
SAW AND ROLLER GINS, hore? power, and GRIST |
1I1LI.S. nlwuyB on band.
A?ente fer ARCHAMBAULT'S STEAM ENGINE, and
1 INGERSOLL'S PATENT COTTON PRESS. April 2
EH AND AMERICAN BANK,
INiL Ult ron ATI-: JJ UNDER "THE COMPA?
NIES' ACT, ?66!?."
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ?1,800,000,
IS 00,000 SHARES OF ?30 EACH.
First Issue, 30,000 Sbaros, and the remainder to be is?
sued as tray bo reqnlred, under thc sanction of a Gen
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK,
Havlnc opened Offices at No. T3 WALL STREET, NEW
TOBE, ls prepared to soM Bills of Exchange on the
ENG :i3H AND AMERICAN BANK (LIMITED), Lon?
don, ?ml on the UNION HANS OK LONDON; to buy
Bills of Exchange, ind to insae Commercial and Travei
cr?' Cr?dite, available In all parts of tho world. Cnn
merdai Credits issued for use in tbe
E4.ST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BE
UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION OF
Farther particulars may be ascertained on application
at tee Otlice, No. G3 Wall street.
GEO. BURG HALL WATTS, Assistant Manager.
April 2 3mos
KW THE WEEKLY RECORD CAN BE PUB
CHASED at H. P. HUGO'S, Market-street, and M. il
QUINN'S, Kmg-etreet, st which places newsbovs can be
?3"Nc -, t?-fr? will u sold from tte Office Hayns
. rsst L'ec?nfcrr?s
Bloom! Bloom! Bloom I
SPOTS AND BL.BJII8HE) OB 'J HE FAi K.
LADIES, TO BB ATTRACTIVE, MUST HAVE A
beautiful complexion-no single a tribute commonde
ench universal admiration aa a 1 can tirol oomplexlen.
The CIRCASSIAN BLOOM removes all Spots, Blero
Knee, Wrinkles, Freckle*, I??t-mark"s, Worm Spots, Tan,
Roughness and Redness of the Skin, and all ex colla?
tion s of the Skin, and gtves a smooth and beautiful
enamel to the complexion.
For salo by Druggists everywhere.
JOHN M. MARIS ft CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia.
FISHER & EEINIT8H,
April 4_ 0_COLOMBIA
THE G HEAT SOUTHERN REMEDY FOR
For sale by JOHN XENTFICX,
Na 48 Broad-street
G. W. AIM AR,
Corner King and Vanderborst atreets.
And by Drupjrlste Generally. imo* Marchi
Let the World Look Here !
THE MOST MIRACULOUS DISCOVERT, BESIDES
tho most philanthropic known to man. Let the
world no 'oncer suffer and die for the wai t cf a remedy
yes, ACURE FOR
LET SUFFERING HUMANITY REJOICE! LET
the world bo glad I
The revealed cure for Small Pox will cure, in every
instance, from ten io fifteen dais. Its effects are im?
mediate, and lt acts 1 di - a charm. It is purely a vegeta?
ble compound Iirectlons accompany each bottle.
For sale by PLUMB A LEITNErt Augusto.
A. A. bOLOMONS &i CO , Savannah.
All deairing information must addreas E. A GRAY,
Proprietor, Waynesboro', Ga.
F?rralo in Cb aries ton by
JOSEPH A. MORGAN.
April 7 Imo Ko. 183 Meeting-st
The Horrors of Dyspepia
And the dismal train of disorders to which lt If ada are
averted by the UKO of HOSThTTi R'S BI HERS as a
preventative, or cured with astonishing celerity by Its
direct and genial operation upon the stomach, the lirer,
and the nervine system.
The Shaking Marty rs
Of Fever and Ague, Instead of being dosed tor months
with quinine, to tho ru'n of thu geneisl health, are
promptly set upon their feet again, ? lihou t danger of a
relapse, by this prompt remedy fer every Lind or Inter?
mittent. Taken a? a.-lU'pgnard agalLst miasma, it ran?
ders au attack of Chills and 1 ever absolutely lnipos
If Yon are Bilious,
Thero is nothing that touches the Liver, Ste seat of the
malady, so quickly, and restores it so cc rta al j to a per?
fectly healthy ond r?gulai- condition, as HObTKTTidR'S
STOMACH BITTERS. If of a "bilious habit," the
tendency of yi ur system to that form of disease may be
hold in check for u lifetime bj the ocooalouial ute of this
harmless vegetable antidote.
After an Attack of Sickness,
When the animal power* Are exhausted, tbs pulse weak,
the mind depressed, and all the powers of vitality ala
low ebb, there ls no ri s tc rail vo comparable with the
BITTERS. They renovate every orgau, gent y stimu?
late tbe circulation, improve the q< aUty of the blood,
clear the clouded brain, and impart to the trembling
nerves stability and flrmuets. Sold by all Druggists.
April 7 e
General Commission merchant.
rHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO THE
City, will resume business as above referred lo,
ind respectfully solicits tho former patronage of his
hoods and the public in general.
Particular attention will be directed to orders extended
>y CAPITALISTS FOR PURCHASE OR.SALE 07 FIRST
3L? SR LANDS ON THE SEABOARD OR INTERIOR OF
[TIE y TATE.
. TH08. FARR CAPERS,
November. to Office Na 51 Broad-street.