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The Daily lESTews.
THURSDAY MOBBING. APBLL 19, 1866.
Methodist Episcopal General Conference.
ADDRESS OF THE BISHOPS.
DEAS BRETHREN: We hail with feeliings of devout
gratitude the opening of another session of the General
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South.
Circumstances connected with the late unhappy war
have prevented us from an earlier meeting; and now
that we are permitted by Divine Providence to assemble,
the important interests that will engage our attention
demand that, with all sobriety and prayerfulness, we
address ourselves to their consideration.
We have to review the operations of the Church for
eight years-embradnT a period during which important
and startling events have crowded on^each other in
rapid succestion. When the last general Conference
closed, we anticipated an earlier reunMffcn this city;
but the well-known condition of thiarsnrt the time ap?
pointed in regular order for our mewng, precluded our
convening here. And ever since, until within the last
few months, lt has been impracticable to call the Con?
ference together. When it was definitely decided that
the Conference could not meet at fte proper time and
8lace, there being no law in the Discipline authorizing
ie Bishops to convene the General Conference, and
the state of the country also belog such as to render lt
doubtful whether any considerable number of the
preachers cou'd be collected together for tho purpose of
holding such a session if called, the Bishops, feeling the
Importance of wise counsel In tbe emergency, published)
a card inviting a meeting of the Bishops, Book Comm?
tee and others, to consult togeiher on divers Imperien
subjects connected with the immediate interests ortho
Church. Such a meeting was held, first at Atlanta, Ga. ;
afterwards at Macon, Ga. ; aud then at Montgomery,
Ala. In August last the Bishops alone met for consulta?
tion at ColumbUH, Ga. These various meetings were
seasons of Interest and profit to those who attended
them, and the results of our deliberations, as exhibited
lo the ?eaolutiona which we published, tended greatly,
na we have reason to believe, to promote the peace and
prosperity of the Church.
In order that the chat acter of those meetings may be
clearly appreciated, we would remind you that when
they were called it was dittlnctly stated that all the acts
of such meetings would be simply advisory. We dis?
claimed all authority to take any action that should be
binding on the Church, only as it might be approved as
wise and godly. We gave such advice as we judged best
for the Church in ber straitened circumstances If
the Annual Conferences approved lt, then they acted in
accordance with their own convictions; if not, then they
simply took their own course in all mattera that came
befure them, without reference to our advice. It ls for
the General Conference to decide whether wc transcend?
ed our authority in convening such advisory councils.
Early during the war the Bishops had to confine their
episcopal visitations to the territory east of the Missis?
sippi Biver. This was deeply regretted, but in our cir
cumitances it was unavoidable. The consequence was
that the Conferences weat of the Mississippi were de?
prived of episcopal supervision during nearly the whole
period of the war. We would not, however, fall to men?
tion that Bishop Eavanaugh, residing as he did wiihlu
the Fede ol lin- s, was able to visit the MlssonrWio St.
Louis, and the two Kentucky Conferences, ana was also
able to extend bis visitation^ to tho Californie work.
The rest of the Bishops werewss to extend their-i? >ors
to various parts of tho wornauthih thc Confederate
lines. Notwithstanding the fauTthat our episcopal su?
pervision ot the work has been necessarily partial, wc
are gratified to believe that thesfc>reichere have been
faithful generally to the interest 0/the Church ot God.
With but very few eiceptions.'the Annual Conferences
have been regularly held. The Presiding Elders and
preachers have filled their anpolnrments as of old; and
with humble gratitude to God, we nmntion the fact that
during the trying yrars through which we have passed,
gracious revivals of religion among our people have at
tested how the Divine presencjdKj been with na.
We do not attempt In this brief address to entor into
a detailed account of tho general state of the work.
Thank God that we have BO safely passed through a
most painful and fiery ordeal; that the church basrprc
served under bia blessing her integrity ; that she has in
nowise become complicated with political affairs; but
kueplng tn view her own high mission, has been satisfied
to perform her legitimate duties. w
It is proper to state to you that we'found it, in our
judgment, needful to tho interest of the work to depart
in some respects from the strict letter of the law of tho
church in our episcopal administration. Extraordinary
i exigencies required us to take this responsibility. In
the journals of the annual conferences which will come
before you, the particular instances in which we have
judged it beat to assume tbls grave responsibility will
appear. In all jnpn instances we wish ,it understood
that we do not ngerd such departures from the law as
establishing precedents for futuro guidance, but only aa
illustrating how ext-aordinary exigencies may make it
necessary to transcend the provisions of even the most
wholesomo hum tn regulations. From this experience,
however, the General Conference may fiud suggestions
that are valuable to guide lt in providing as far as prac?
ticable for contingencies in the future.
It would have been gratifying to us if we had been
able to bear the expense of more extensive travel
through the work; but in the impoverished state of the
church, and especially ia the absence of any provision
for more than a bare support of the Bishops, thia waa
1 apoaaible. Thia fact, we hope, will be suggestive to
In August last we d emed lt prudent to issue a "Pas?
toral Address to the Preachers and Members of the
Church," reminding them of their duty st Christian
citizens, and giving such advice as seemed to us appro?
priate to the peculiar circumstances of the times. As
that address has bren extensively published, we deem
ita formal transmission to you with this communication
unnecessary, and will only ask jour attention to such
parts of it aa we may find it proper to recapitulate on
particular points at this time.
1 he publishing intereetaof the church suffered great?
ly in conaequence of the war. The book concern will
require your careful consideration, and some important
changes in your p'an of operations may bo needful f .r
its future efficiency; of this, however, you will be better
prepared to j adge when you have heard the report of
the agent With pleasu-o we have welcomed the revival
of our Church papera, and while we regard them as in a
high degree creditable to the Church, we would respect?
fully submit whether lt would not be beat to unite con?
ferences in the puulicatlon ot a fewer number, in order
that they may be better supported and still further im?
Our missionary work, once the glory of our church,
has been well nigh ruined. Tho China mission still
Uves and nerds your fostering care. Although the finan
clal condition or the country at present forbids tL? ex?
pectation of large collections, yet we may make pros?
pective arrangements for doing a great work in that ex?
The interest of the colored population should engage
your serious attention. Heretofore the colored people
within our bounds have deserved and received a large
share of oar labors. We have expended our means and
strength, liberally and patiently, far many years, for
their salvation and improvement, and if in any wise our
conduct has not been appreciated by some on earth,
nevertheless our witness ison high and our reward is
in Heaven. It is grateful to our own feelings to know
that if the colored people do not remain nuder t un?
to ral care, their departure reflects no discredit upou our
labors in their behalf, and ts necessitated by no indif?
ference on onr part for their welfare. Many of them
will probably unite with the African M. E. Church,
some of them with the Northern Methodist Church,
while others withstanding extraneous Influences and
unkind n.ierr presentations of our Church, will remain
Let us be content to leave to Providence to vindicate
In due time oar scriptural relation to tho interest of the
colo; cd people. For those who remain with us, the
Church should provide i euer ou sly everything importaut
to their religious culture. Convinced that your body
takes the deepest interest in this subject, and will givo
it your special attention, we deem lt only needful to
speak of it in this general and suggestive form, and
especially as the Bishops. In their pastoral address last
August, brought the subject prominently to the notice
of our pe >ple.
In respect to tho Rep irate and distinct organization of
our church, no reasons have appeared to alter our views
as expresssd in August last. No proposal of fraternal
relations has come to us from others, neither do we re?
gard oursol ves as In anywise responsible for hosti itv
evinced towards us. While the attempt to take forcible
possession of our propeity and to disintegrate our
church, declare the mind that would destroy us, let lt
be ours to show the mind that was in Christ, in our
conscious integrity we should calmly await thc inevita?
ble hour when, in tho providence of God, an enlighten?
ed public opinion will vindicate our claims as a church
of God, and a true type of Methodism. Let us not be
Impatient for our vindication bo ore the world. The
great future is before us, and the great Head of the
Church smiles upon us. Our fidelity to God will most
perfectly reply to tho voice ot defamation.
In this connection, it is with pleasure that we refer to
the fact that many Christians in the North, and espec'al?
ly in the Northwest, sincerely sympathize with us. and
this sympathy, we have reason to believe, is dally as?
suming a more tangible and Impressive form. Ti at
there have,at the same time, been s.me defections in
the Church we care r.ot to disguise. A very few of ;""
whites have gone from us. This was, porhaps, to have
been expected. Our regret is rather for them than for
ourselves. But while we speak of small defections, we
4aay refer also to most graMlj lng accessions. The Bal?
timore Annual Conference is now represente^ by a dele?
gation in this bode, lu Februar; last, Bishop Early
formally rcc.lved into our ecclesiastical connection thia
Conference, consisting of ene hundred and foar minis
tera and a member-hip of twelve thousand.
It is agrateful duty to welcome these brethren among
ns, and to commend them to the confidence and affec?
tion of oar people. This is a large accession to our
members and territory. It 1-t also a testimony la our
favor that this is nobly borne by men whose former pcs
eitlon and long deliberations upon the subject as well
aa their known intelligence, will entitle it to special re
(pect. In our hearts we welcome them, and cordially
extend to them the rieht hand ot fellowship.
As a fact of interest to us and of promise to our future
influence, we may state that in the City of Baltimore
there have been organized several flourishing churches
upon an independent basis, composed of Methodists
whose warm svmpathles aro with us, and whose liberal
kindness bas "already contributed largely to aid ni in
our time of need, lajlng us under obligations by their
love and good works.
Our educational interests have been greatly daraigcd
by the war, and nearly all of our male institutions have
been closed. Providentially many of our female insti?
tutions have been kept in operation, and are still dis?
pensing the blessings of sanctified education to the
daughters of our land. Everything in our power should
be done to revive as speedily BR possible the male insti?
tutions under the patronage of our church.
In this connection we specially bring to your atten?
tion the importance of an institute for the proper twin?
ing of young preachers. That we should make some
proper arrangements for the more thorough training of
our young men before they are received into the Con?
ferences and Bent forth to minister in the Church of
Christ, appears to us tobe so obvious as to need no ar?
gument to prove lt. It behooves us to take this
matter into serious and immediate consideration, and
secure to the church the invaluable advantages the pro?
vision we suggest can only supply.
The instruction of the children under our caro, and
the interest of our Sabbath school system, cannot be too
highly appreciated by you. Tour body will, we hope,
show your love for these little ones of Christ and lambs
of his flock by the practical value of your action in their
behalf. We think lt unnecessary to enlarge ou a point
of such obvious and vital concern to the cbu? ch. Let us
remember that lt is only by taking care of the children
that we can take care of the future prosperity of the |
If we are to judge from the tone of the religious press,
and tho action of many of our Conferences, great con?
cern ls felt in respect to certain changes in our economy.
It is obviously unbecoming in us as Bishops to occupy
any other than an impartial relation to those matters.
But we take this occasion touige upon you the impor?
tance of giving these subjects your eohcr and prayerful
consideration. From our extensive observation of the
state and wants of the Church, we hesitate not to say
that some improvement of our economy may be wisely
undertaken at this time. WeU for us if we can happily
avoid extremes and do neither too little nor too much.
Let us remember that while innovations are not neces?
sarily iinpr jvementa, wisdom may demand tn the de?
partment of eccle^astical expediency new eppli ?tions
and developments of fundamental principles. The effi?
ciency of Methodism finds its first condition in the pre?
valence of deep spiritual life; and alterations in our econ?
omy are valuable as they coincide with th s condition,
calamitous when they ignore it On only one of the
points suggested do we regard lt becoming in our posi?
tion to speak directly, and tint is in respect to the m
creaso of the nunibtr of tho Bishops. For such an In?
crease as will give tho Church a more efficient episcopa?
cy, we think therj 1* an urgent necessity. Thc infirmi?
ties of age press betvily upon some of us and diminish
our ability to answer to tho demands of thc work for
general fpiacopal visitation. The great and increasing
extent of our territory shon'd be considered. V e Bhould
by all mcins have a Bishop, for obvious reasons, resid?
ing on tho Pacific coast And while we do not recom?
mend a Bishop for every State or (.onion nee, woore
fully persuaded tba: tho number of Bishops should be
so increased as to enable them to ho pastors of the peo?
ple as well as chairmen of conferences and pastors of
the preacher?. If wo would carry out the invaluable
plan of our itinerant general superintendency, we must
havo au addition of a number of vigorous, active sud
pious men to your preicut college of BishopB.
And now, dear brethren, in conclusion, allow us af
fec ionattly to remind you of theBolemn responsibility
that reel* upon you as delegates represent.ng the affairs
of our b?lovol Zion. We have only Buggered in out?
line some of the work before yon. It ls your province
to go ful'y and thoroughly into the particular conside?
ration of tho subjects within your jurl-diction, avoid?
ing all partlzau feeling, discharging from our minds all
prejudices that would cloud our judgments, rising from !
all private and selfish Impulses, humid; Invoking that
wisdom that is from above, which ia pure and peaceable, |
and gentle; in honor preferring one another;' in broth?
erly kindness and charity, and with an eye single to the
glory of Ood; let us endeavor to do our duty boreas
Ministers of the Lord Jesus Chtist, praying Ood that
wem?y have gracs to edify the Church, that we may re?
joice that we have not labored in vai l in the Lord.
J. O. ANDREW.
H. H. KAVANACGH.
?" MARRIAGE AND GELID ACY,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Youn 3 Men.
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate the vital
powers, with sure means of relief. Sent free of charge
in sealed letter envelope?. Addrea?, Dr. J. SKILLIN
HOCGHTO?rrHoward Assertion, PhlfflSpfi?a, Pa.
j?"ARTIFICIAL EYE8.-ARTIFICIAL HU?
MAN EYES made to order and Inserted by Dre. F.
BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by
ROISSOKNEAU, of Paris), No. 590 Broadway. New York.
AW AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYES
made now, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine,
Pamphlet malled free on receipt of ten cents. Address
B. B. FOOTE, M. D" Na 1180 Broadway, New York.
.3-COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS CELE?
BRATED Toilet Soap, in such universal demand,
s made from the choicest materials, ls mild and
.molllentln Its nature, fragrantly scented, and
extremely beneficial in its action npon the skin. For
sale by ail Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
February 7 _lyr
?- HILL'S HAIR DYE-FIFTY CENTS
BLACK OR BROWN.-Instantaneous In effect, reliable
for natural appearance, beauty of color and durability ?
also the cheapest aud best in nse. Depot, No. 66 John
street, corner of William street. New York, and sold by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Stores everywhere.
?ar BATOHELOB'S HAIR DYEI-THE ORIGINAL
and best in the world I The only true and perfect HAIR
DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces
Immediately a aplendld Black or natural Brown, with?
out injuring the hair or skix. Remedies the ill effects o
tad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine ls signed
wTLLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MTLLEFLEURS,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
August 17_ lyr
?- 8 P E OIA L NOTICE.-?GREATOAK8 FROM
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
oman race spring from causes so small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that fill
the ubles and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while yon may. The smallest
pimple on the skin ls a tell-tale and indicator of disease;
It may fade and die away from the surface of tho body,
but lt will reach the vitals, perhaps, at '-?st, and death
lethe result and Anal close. MAGG _./S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGIFL'8 Salve lain
fallible. Sold by J. "MAGOIEL, NO. 43 Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggists, at 25 cents per box.
September 26 lyr
?-RUPTURE CURED!-WHITE'S F ATE NT
LEVER ThUSS lt warranted to cure RUPTURE radi?
cally. Power is made strong or light at picas ur
No pressure on the BACK or CORD. Sold wholesale
and retail. Pamphlets freo.
WHITE'S PATENT LEVER TRUSS CO.,
No. 019 Broadway, N. Y.
?-CHEAPEST STORE IN NEW YORK TO
BUY CHINA, GLASS, STONEWARE, CUTLERY,
SILVER-PLATED WARE, &o. Always on hand, that
popular, new and beautiful White Stone Parisian Din?
ner, Tea and Toilet Sets, handsome as China, same
color and shapes, and half the price, Call and seo If j
yon don't purchase. Goods sent all over tho world.
HADLEY'S, COOPER INSTITUTE,
April 14 stuth3mo Middle of the Block.
00Ri?EH OF FOURFf?F.STH AXD "F " STREETS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
C. WILLARD, Proprietor.
FR MANY YEAR8 PROPRIETOR OF THE HYGKU
HOTEL.Old Point, Va.
. Fifteen ?ears Ago
HOSTETTER'3 STOMAOH BITTERS was struggling
into notice against the prejudices which everything new,
howevor excellent, is doomed to encounter.
it stands at the heed of all the tonic and alterative prep?
arations in existence. Its celebrity has evoked many
imitations, but no rivals. Physicians pronounce it the
ONLY ?SAFE BnsrcXAXT that baa ever been Introduced into
the sick chamber. In the Hospitals of the Army and
Navy, thc surgeons Und it the very best tonic for con?
valescents, and report it as invaluable for sustaining the
vigor of troops on tho march,as a r.medy for scurvy
and all scorbutic affections, and as the only specific for
Eea-sickness. California and Australia lave emphatical?
ly endorsed it as the MINER'S MEDICINE par excellence.
and lnjfcnanish America and all the tropical climates lt
ia conRJered the only reliable antidote to epidemic
There is no mystery about the causes of ita success.
It is the only stomachic and alterative in which are com?
bined the grand requisites of a mild, pure and nnviti
ated vegetable stimulant, with the finest selection of
tonic, anti-billons, anti-scorbutic, aperient and depura?
tiva herbs, plants, roots and barks that have ever been
intermixed ia a medicinal preparation.
The Bitters have this distinctive quality, which is not
shared, lt is believed, by any tonic, tincture or extract
In the world: they do not excite the pulse, though they
infuse a wonderful degree of vigor into the nervous
system, and strengthen and sustain the whole physical
lt ls siso proper to state that the Bitters are sold ex?
clusively in glass, and never under any cirenmstances
by the gallon or the barrel. Impostors and imitators
are abroad, and the only safeguard tho publie ha? against
them is to seo that tho Bitters they buy bear the en?
graved label and note of hand of Mosers. Hostetter St
Smith, and the Government stamp over the cork of the
bottle.' 6 APriI I4
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PREVENTION AND CORE
AB Se season advances, and Dysentery, Cholera Mor?
bus, attended with Fevers, are becoming common, a
PREVENTION for the ASIATIC CHOLERA is a necessi?
ty with every individual and every family.
-Inlthc last visitation of Cholera In thia country, Dr.
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC was regarded, wherever the
pressure on bia time allowed it to bo introduced, as the
surest PREVENTIVE and most effectual CUBE given to
Of: those who use the PBEVENTIVE faithfully, only
about five per cent were attacked, and of cases treated
the mortality was less than four per cent.
One-half ounco v?ala..$1.00
Pocket cases, three three-quarter vials, and book of
directions, complete. 3.00
Family cases, three one-ounce vials, and book,
Sent by mall free on receipt of price.
AN0HOR*8YPHTLOID, cures Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
JId Urinary Complaints..$3.00
! STPHILOID (case of threo bottles and book),
cures recent Syphilis, Chancros, Buboes.. 6.00
Sent by mall on receipt of price.
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Company,
No. 562 Broadway, New York.
KING & CASSLDEY,
NATURE'S OWN REMEDIES,
Congress Spring Water.
Empire Spring Water.
Columbian Spring Water.
NO NATURAL OB ARTIFICIAL COMPOUND HAS
yet been discovered or * ANCE ACTURED that equals these
waters as a PREVENTIVE, BELIEF AND PER MA
MEN T CURE, for many temporary and chronic dis
eases, as proved by the experience of many thon sandi
who have drank them for years, with the most beneficia
Is a cathartic, alterative and tonic, and is a valuable
remedy for affections of the Liver and Kidneys, Djs
pepaia, Gout, Chronic Constipation and Cutaneous dla
eases. It is a most powerful preventive of the Feveri
and Bilious Complaints, so prevalent In warm climates
Is a cathartic and a valuable remedy for Rheumatism
Derangement of the Liver, Diseases of the Skin, and
General Debility. Its effects are most salutary in Lune
I Diseases. It is an almost SORE OUSE for Scrofula, and
the most aggravated forma ol Dyspepsia. Aa a pnrvsN
zrvE AND CURE for all Bilious Derangements, it standi
Is a tonic and diuretic ot a highly beneficial character,
and la a POSITIVE HEMED Y tor Diabetes, Gravel, Calculus!
Irritation and Inflammation of the Kidneys and Bladder,
and bas most singularly active ?fleets in restoring these
organs when debilitated by long disease. Females who
have suffered for years from irregularity, and the dis?
tressing diseases known only to their sex, have bees
entirely cured by the faithful and judicious use of CO
These waters are bottled ire sh aud pure, from each ol
the above-named Springs, in so careful and secure a
manner that they preserve all their medicinal value foi
years, and will be found equally efficacious when drank
thousands of miles distant, aa when taken directly from
the Spring. ,
Bticare oj Imitations and inferior Waters; the corks ol
all genuine Congress, Empire and Columbian Wateri
are branded on the side of the cork, thus :
I COSORESS WATER, 1 1 EMTTBX WATEB, 1
I CAE. 8. Co. / I C. A E. 8. Co. j
( COLUMBIAN WATEB, )
I C. St E. S. Co. j
Packed safely and securely, in boxes suitable for ship?
ment to any part of the world. Congress and Empire
Waters In boxes, containing 4 Dozen Pints, or 2 Dozen
Qu .rt Bottles each. Columbian Water in boxes contain,
mg 4, sr 6 Dozen Half Pints, or 4 Dozen Pint Bottle?
Sold by all Druggists, Hotels, Wine Merchants, and
[ first-class Grocers.
Sold only at Wholesale by
j HOOKISS EONS, Proc'rs,
No. 92 Beekman-street, N. Y.
GT Orders by mall receive prompt attention.
PUTTY UPjJUTTY PP !
N. M. GILBEETH.
No. 101 Market-street,
BOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP VRTIST,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS ORDP.B8 FROM Bli
old and new customers.
GLAZING promptly attended to, P'JTTY for sale,
Nov ember fl
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC OF THIS CITF AND ITS VICINITY"
that he has just opened sn entire new and very extensive stock of
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DRE8S TRIMMINGS, STRAW GOODS, RIBBONS, ARTIFICIALS, ETC.,
Carefully selected for the
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE,
I Which he is enabled, by recent purchases for CASH, to offer at greatly reduced prices. Purchasers will do wei?
by giving him a caU, as he wUl endeavor to give general satisfaction.
(FORMERLY FROM CHARLOTTE, N. 0.,)
No. 308 King street, between Wentworth and Society streets.
P. S -Tho attention of merchante from the country ls also respectfully solicited, as they will find goods welR
adapted to their trade.
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THE BEST AND LARGEST SELECTION OF SPRING GOODS, ESPECIALLY SELECTED FOR THIS'
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WM. ROY, formerly with BROWN A CALDER.
R. 0. MCCLURE, formerly with WM. HOWLAND.
L. B. LOVEGBEEN, formerly with A. F. BROWNING A OL.
8. H. 8EYLE8, formerly with A. F. BROWNING A CO.
L.D. BOMAR. WM. H. 8TELNMEYER, Bookkeeper,
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE.
KXtSTGh & CASSIDEY,
"W IrL OLES ALE DRUGGISTS,
No. 151 Meeting-street,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HEALTH RESTORED, ?
AND 8ICKNE88 PREVENTED BY USING THE CEI I
AMONG WHICH ABE
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLICON.
. -f u ? Price $1.60, *
Whleb will infallibly, positively, Invariably cure al
those torturing, perplexing, and debilitating symptomi
commonly knownj* FEMALE DISEASE, WEAKNESS
IBBEGULABiTIEQa^eto., which weary and render no .
happy ao m*ny women-between the ages of 16and 60
for which the medical profeseion seeks in vain fort
remedy, and from which wealth, position, delicacy, anc
refinement afford no exemption. -
Bead the following: *
LAEATTTTX, ST., June 31, I860.
I am a graduate of the regular Medical Collegee. Elfin)
een months ago I had seven cases of severe female dla
ease which I had entirely failed to cure. One lady nae
constant hysterics; one had every ay mp ton of eplleptk
convulsiona consequent upon deranged menstruation;
others bad whites, tailing, irregularities, and all the se?
vere symptoms of continued uterine derangement,
Having my attention called to MARSHALL'S UTERIN!
CATHOLICON, I uaed it, and it cured every caa e. Then
has not been a single failure in its operation.
a J. NORTHINGTON, M. D.
.??See that the seal of the Graefenberg Company li
on every hettie.-fe?
THE GBAEFENBEBG VEGETABLE PILLS
Are the] best in the world for family use, and for Indi
gestion - Constipation - Headache- Nervousness-Bil
iousnees -Heartburn - Acidity- Nauses- Flatulence
Want of Appetite-Dyspepsia-Liver Complaint-Gr!
On account of their great mildness, and from the fact
that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave the bowels in i
constipated condition, the Graefenberg Pills will be
1 fouud more pleasant than any others.
aj-Price 16 cents per box. On the receipt of one dol?
lar four boxes will DC sent by mail, free of postage, tc
any part of the country.
DY8ENTERY SYRUP.-Prlco 60 cents.
InfhlMble in all cases of bowel complaints, and a cer?
tain cure lor ASIATIC CHOLERA.
GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT.-Prl'e 26 cents.
il-ij-Kor Durna, Druisc-s, Scalds, Old Sores, Chilblains, ,
Chapped Skin, fold Sori-p, and wherever there ls ta- '
d.iiuuiution. lt acts like magic.-?3
ii?r-Tbe Oiutment is guaranteed as the bret applies
i Uon in the world for the above. It acta more quickl;
j and certainly than any other ever offered to the public,
1 CHILDREN'S PANACEA_60 cents.
j SARSAPARILLA OOUPOU.ND.-$L
CONSUMPTIVE'S BALSAM. -$3.
EYE LOTION.-23 cents.
HEALTH BITTERS.-36 cents.
PILE REMEDY. -$1.
FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY_60 cents.
MANUAL OF HEALTH.- 25 cents. A complete Fami?
ly Physician. Sent by mail on receipt of 36 cents.
1 THE GRAEFENBEBG FAMILY MEDICINES are pre
pared under the immediate supervision of a SKILFUL
PHYSICIAN, and they may be relied npon In all cases
JW-THEY ARE PURELY VEGETA BLE ~?&
I 83~They have been the leading American Remediei
for 20 years.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by THE GRAEFENBEBG
COMPANY, No. 139 Winiam street, New York, and bj
the trade generally.
4VThe trade supplied on liberal terms, by
KING & CASSIDEY,
March 17 Btuth3mos CHARLESTON, 8. a
Let the World look Here !
THE MOST MIRACULOUS DISCOVERY, BESIDES
tho most philanthropic known to man. Let the
world no longer suffer and die for the woLt of a remedy
yes, A CURE FOR
LET SUFFERING HUMANITY REJOICE! LET
the world be glad 1
The revealed iure for Small Pox will cure, in every
instance, from len to fifteen dave. Its effects are Im?
mediate, and it acts like a charin. It is purely a vegeta?
ble compound Directions accompany each bottle.
For sale by PLUMB & LEI1NEB, Augusta.
A. A. bOLOMONS A CO , Savannah.
All dealring Information must address S. A. GRAY,
Proprietor, Waynesboro', Ga.
For sale in Charleston by
JOSEPH A. MORGAN.
April 7_Imo_No. 168 Meetlng-st
GILLIOT & SON'S
ni RMI \ (;n A H, LONDON, NEW YORK,
AND No. 45 H:\y.\E-STKEET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER A LARGE AND WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF 8TEEL PEN8 of the above
Manufacturer's make. E. J. DAWSON ACO,
Booksellers and Stationers, No. 45 Hayne st.
March 27 tnthslS
<KQ? A DA Y I-AGK.VTS WANTED TO
U3??j sell a new and wonderful SEWING MA C if I NE,
the only cheap one I iceni ed. Address SHAW A CLAKs,
Blddsjord Main. September 16
HUGER & HAS?LL,
No. 137 MEETING -ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
j PORTABLE A STATIONARY ENGINES'
IRON A WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
FIRE-PROOF SAFES, Ac., Ac.
THE ASTONISHING SUCCESS WHICH HAS AT?
TENDED thia invaluable medicine provea it the
most perfect ?emedy ever discovered. No language can
convey au sdequato idea of the immediate ned almoat
miraculous change which lt occasions to the debilitated
and shattered system. In fact, it stands unrivalled as a
remedy for the perfect cure of
Loss of Muscular Energy,
Diseases of the
Stone In the
And all Diseases or AffeclIoES of the Bladder and Kid;
noys, and Dropsical Swellings existing In Men, Women,
FOR THOSE DISEASE8 PECULIAR TO FEMALES
CONSTITUTION WATER ISA SOVEREIGN
These irregularities are the cause of frequently recur?
ring disease, and through neglect the eetds of more
grave and dangerous maladies are the result; and ss
month alter month passes without an effort being made
to assist naturo, tho difficulty becomes chronic, the pa?
tient gradually loses her appetite, the bowels are con?
stipated, night sweats come on, and consumption Anal?
ly ends her career.
For sale by all Druggists, Price $1.
W. H. GREGG 4 CO.,
MORGAN Jt ALLEN,
General Agents, No. 48 Cliff street, New York.
April 14_ ._6m0?
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKEB,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
AGENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE 0?
REAL ES TATE in any of the Southern States.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE 8ALE, RENTING, Ric
FAIRING, Ac OF CITY PROPERTY AugiisM