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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MAY 3, 181.6.
^Tiie Uaily .N^eA-va,
THUR8DAY MORNING. MAY 8, 1866.
I [vrji'LiBiii.D nx bequest or TUE sistebb of ukbci.)
gUFFOBKD TO HE WRITTEN BT AH OIJJ POI.DIKH WHO HAD
jlltA VEI.Y FOUOIIT FOB t-OU 1HKItN LtUEIiril'.a, ANO DIEU)
WH1I.K A riUBJNKH AT LLUIUA,
I am fsr from thy portals, my own native home;
lam far trtini tho r. ol 'neath which I was born;?
The land of the stranger, it please? mo not
As docB the old b;?*rii-,>ur<l, tho snug llttlo cot;
'Twas thero Hi it m> tuothoi wait wooed and was won,
And thore my ?Id father loved most 'neath ths sun;
My own native home, the one of nay blrtb.
To fite 'tis the brightest, the best on tbo eartb.
uli, my homo I Oh, my homol
The paths of my childhood. I'll ?road novor more.
Ne'er again As I trod thorn In days now of yore;
Oh I then I was merry, my husrt was all gay,
Not knowing to-Uny I would bo far away;
Oh 1 how can I j ield thro, my own native home,
Oh I how did I part from thy good ai oient domo,
Which has sheltered in youth, would protect In old sge.
Were 1 not far away, like a bird in its cage.
* ?"rum my home, from my home.
Though my eyes art bedewed,my heart hss more tears?
Tin heavy, 'tis sore, wit'i dark pressing cares,
Tor fear 1'Jl ne'er seo thoo, my own native oot,
Bnt fear not?thon'lt no'or, oh I uo'cr be forgot;
Tho vine that doth duster around thy old walla
Will speak to my heart, when my faint spirit falls.
And when In tho twilight of Eld I docllue,
As my ateps become weary,when my homo Is not thine ?
Then at oven will I think of tho birds au tboy sang,
And how their sweet music through my bou I often rang.
In my home?lu my homo.
I will trace back my steps to the spring by the grot;
I will sail up the Btresni, in my own llttlo yacht;
I will mouut my own bay, and will ride him again.
Though it be through the fields of my languithing brain;
I will talk to my ?TogB, 1 will whistle tli?m near?
I Will bid them bogouo, when my father hat prayer;
I will think of my pUymarea?or those whom I loved,
And-??/-not on earth?sigh to meet them above,
In a home?In a home.
I will think of my wifo, when first as a brido,
With band j lined In band, she stood by my side;
I will think of our vows, in holy love given,
Fulfilled veil on earth and recorded in Heaven ;
I will think ot my babe?now aho burt-u on my sight?
A Yleiou o? ocauty, iu bridal robes white;
Tor they say that my child is now claimed by another,
Who will love and protout, sb did father and mother.
In a home?In a home.
Mine's now whore tho billows their requiem slug,
like a chaut to my heart, they aweet memories bring;
Their music to wild und their pathos so dear.
Doth spesk to my heart. In most com lortlng cheer:
They bid me ' be B?I*'? for toon 'niath their waves
They '11 bury my griete, whero thoy've made many graves?
Where they've rett.d my countrymen, one by on??
As slowly they died?for duty well done:
They'll tike me to rest?so weep not, yo loved,
That I loft My foud side?my country have served.
I die but the once?my land hath been slain,
And why sliou'd I live, when her hopes are vain.
E'en though by so doing, again I might be,
Reposing in peace, 'neath my own "vino and tree,"
In my homo?In my home.
THIS CINCINNATI AND CHARLESTON
Wo bavo before alludod to the revieod projects
?of the Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad.
We observo from the Cincinnati Enquirer that a
meeting of the enterprising public spirited mon
of that city was held last weok for tho furtherance
of this- important object, at which a degree of
earnest onthueiaBm waa manifested, giving a
moot gratifying aaaur&nco that the work will he
pressed forward to a speedy completion. Tho
first link of the road to Knoxville, we learn from
the Cincinnati papers, will bo constructed within
three years. Owing to the great interest now
being manifested by the citizens of this State, and
tho inoipient action that has already been taken
by the Board of Trade, we publish below the
prooeediugs of the mooting referred to :
The chamber of the Merchants* Exchange was
well filled by tho substantial, or better known as
tho moneyed men of the city, and it was noon dis
cernible that their business element was there for
a.purpose, namely: the fulfillment of a request
that tho city of Cincinnati subscribe $1,000,000 to
the groat Southern (Knoxville) Railroad, to in
sure its oousirnotion and completion. The meet
ing.was organized by naming the following gen
tlemen as officers of the same:
President?Hon. W. S. Qroesbeok.
Vice-Presidents?Messrs. L?vrz Anderson, W. H.
Clement, H. 0. Lord, 8. 8. L'Hommedieu, Joaopb
0. Butler and P. Hoidelbach.
Secretary?Theo. Cook, Esq.
Mr. Groesbeck, upon taking tho chair, stated
the object of the meeting to be the receipt of a
report in relation to the construction of the South
ern Railroad, and to decide what is best to be
done. He gave as his opinion that if this meet
ing failod to give a favorablo account, the subject
may be considered to be indefinitely postpoued.
There may be some who look to the city of Cincin
nati in her offioial capacity to do BomothiLg, and
it seems to bo the proper way that such subscrip
tions shnill be untamed, but that dour in shut,
and will not bo opened, for it is dearly prohibited
by the law of the (State, and all cities and coun
ties are prevented from making any suoh sub
He regarded this mooting of considerable im
portance. Tho city uf Cincinnati had no special
or direct communication with the Houth; and iu
fact it is im.jos.-ilile to answer tho demands of the
trade without rallroaJ couiniuuioation. If such a
connection is not made trado will go in another
direction. There ?re ? or them Stat?? und South
ern States, ami Cincinnati has been named as be
longing to a Nor l hum H tato, when in fact she is
more a Southern than a l>orthern city. It w.ib
started and established by Southern trade. It
will not do to loiter in this matter. The speaker
then briefly alluded to tho many benefits which
would accrue by tlio construction of this road to
roperty holder?-) and our citizens generally, and
espoke for the enterprise a liberal and generous
The committee then made the following report:
In consideration of the importance and value to
the city ot Cincinnati, and to our respective busi
ness and trade, ihe early construction of a line ot
railroad from the ci-y of Lexington, Kentucky,
via Nicholas /die and D.tuville to the East Tennes
see ami Georgia Railroad, at Knoxviilu and Chat
tanooga, or Hi .tue iiita-rmodiate point, tho under
signed, eitueua of Cincinnati, hereby agree to
donate ami pay to L?ns Anderson, Miles Greeu
wood, John W. Ellis, William Hooper and Win.
Glenn, truste*-'?, foi* any party or compauy which
may be dmy und leg illy authorized by the livw ol
Kentucky and i nutsseu to construct said road,
the Bum of money set against our respectivo
names, to aid in the construction of said road
Said amount to he paid upon the completion of
said roar, no as to ailo?v the passage of the loco
motive a<d a Main of cars over its whole lino.
The undersigned subscribers, however, roserv
ing the rtgLt oaeti to simscribu for an amount of
the capital -?took of .?aid company equal to the auni
hereby agreed to bo donated by him; providetl,
however, tu?t if, at the expiration of twelve
months from the Brat ?Ky of May, 18C6, no com
pany as above named shall agree to construct ?aid
road, or having ho rtgieod, shall therefore fail to
comply substantially with Much undertaking, so
that tho ro.id r-h-ili nor. bo comploted within five
years of the dale aton-s.iid, thou the subscription
to bo voidable, ut the option of a in joriiy, in fa
vor of tho siibaeiiheis; and, provided also, that
this donation and its benefits shall first be offered
to any responsible parties iu Cincinnati or its i in
mediato vioiiiit*. ?vho snail agree or organize a
company as aioresnid; and b?.u traBtoes are lure
by authorized to act for us, each and all, in award
ing ami aligning the sanio.
Tliese subscriptions arc not joint, but several,
and in no event shall tho liability of a subscriber
exceed tho nunmnt of his ftllllBCI lptlUII.
Tho in xt apt alter wad Hon. Stanley Mittihewt*,
who commenced by saying that he appeared bu
foro the uv.eting at the request of the committ. e
who had made tbo report. Tho subject of a rail
road I'oumciion with tho South was not a n?w
one. It wa? urued thirty years ago, in the old
Medical Coin go U.tlls, by tue well-known Doctor
Drake, who strongly and strenuously lav ?red the
constructi<m of tliu Cincinnati ami Charleston
Railroad,and it was said at the time that his posi
tion in relation to* this Southern enterprise unfit
ted him lor tho chair iu tho Medionl Collego. At
one lector,i which Dr. Drake delivered, a strong
Drake party kuo?tiiig tho pfiblij opposition to
him iu to m. respect, attended tlu> louturo, and de
termined to put the Doctor and tho railroad
through; ut another time the rirnt illumination iu
Cinolnnatt was on account of tbo projeoted rail
road through to Charleston.
Judge M \ tuions then spoke of the oommonco
ment of r..ili'ti...is iu America, and the rapidity
with which tboy extended iu every directioM, from
east to west, In ovory State mid county, and
reaching from Portland, Maine, to a point five
hundred miles wost of St, Ljuis. Tho roads north
of tho Ohio River, aud those south of tho samo,
tvero two groat BysteuiB, all rnnuiug from east to
west. He then drew a boautiful picture or tho
mutual exchange in produce, fratorual kindness,
and bringing together a onco happy, but recently
distracted pooplo, by tho extension of thoso two
HVH tin?. If tho word politics could ho blotted
out, and tho businosB arts of peace, cultivation of
tho ?oil, building of roads, canals, &c., changing
commodities for their equivalents, forgetting that
thoro in a North or South, East or West, or poli
tics, then would bo Been tho beneficial results of
such constructions as is proposed hero to-night.
Wo all feel tho uocofBity of this great work. Will
wo do it? Ono thing only will do it, and that is
monoy. Whoro would Cincinnati lo without hor
numerous railroads ? Mho would bo a nameless
village. You aro asked to invest a million dollars
in this groat harvest, and you aro promised a
rioh harvest, with interest and principal back. If
yon desiro to avoid a monetary crash, inflato
your business. Property holders were advised to
put $50,000 in tho Knoxvillu Railroad. Thoro is a
now world open to us?created for tho first timo,
and now open to emigration. It is rich in mineral
wealth, copper, etc., ia unsurpassed as a grazing
and agricultural region, and oujoys ths monopoly
in tho groat staple?cotton. If you don't build
tliiu road, other-interests will.
Tho speaker then pointed out tho advantage
Cincinnati enjoyed over DouiBv?le, Bt. Lonis and
other cities in tho construction of this road. As a
beginning to thia ontcrpriso, tho Judgo said ho
was authorized to read the following lottor from
Mr. S. H. L'Hommcdieu:
President's Offiob, )
Cin. Ham. ?t Dat., ?t Day. ?fc Mich. R. R.'a >
Cincinnati, April 17,18G6. )
JLfiiVs Oreentoood, Esq., Chairman of Committee on
Southern Railway Connections :
Dbab Bin?I had promisod myself tho ploasnro
of boing present at.your meeting on Thursday
night noxt, but unexpectedly am called away on
No ono can appreciate more than I do the im
portance to our city and to our railroads of having
a direct communication by rail with the South, in
the direction of Enoxville and Chattanooga. I
am satisfied it can only be had by our citizens
ooming forward and making liberal subscription.-:,
by way of a bonus to induce capitalists to take tho
contract. You are, therefore, authorized to put
my iiauio down*for fivo thousand dollars, to bo
paid when the road is completed to either Knox
villo or Chattanooga, or to any poiut between
connecting with tho Southern road, provided
that completion be within five years from date.
Aa the representative of the Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Dayton and Michigan, uud tho Atlantic
and Qreat WoBtorn Railroads, I will recommend to
the several Boards and Directors that they agree
to donate one-half the profits which they derive
from business dono in connection with the South
ern extended r>ad, until tho same amount to
$200.000, viz : $50,000 by the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton; $50,000 bv the Davtou and Michigan,
and $100,000 by too Atlantic and Great Western
Railroad, estimating expenses at sixty per cent.
Vory truly yours,
8. S. L'HOMMEDIEU.
Judge Matthews then concluded his remarks (of
which the above 1b but a brief synopsis), by urg
ing the meeting to take hold of this undertaking
in earneat, and construct tho road with rivets of
steel, bo that tho idea of future separation may
never outer the beads of American citizen?.
The Prosldent then road tho following from Mr.
W. H. Clement:
LmLt Miami A- Columbus & Xenia It Roads, )
Cincinnati, April 19,1866. |
Jlfr. Larz Anderson? Dear 8ir : Please say that
oar company will, without doubt, take $100,000 on
the same terms as those named by Mr. L'Homme
dieu, and that our connecting road*? at Columbus
will, no doubt, take another $100,000.
Yours truly, W. H. CLEMENT.
Also, the following from Mr. Samuel N. Pike:
Cincinnati, April 10, 1866.
Mr. Chairman and outers:
Gentlemen?I can as little afford to subsoribe
to the Southern Railroad enterprise as any man
in Cincinnati, having, as you are aware, been
slightly scorched by the late fire, and have to re
build, but I will subscribe liberally to aid tho en
terprise?one, I know that is of vital importance
to the proaperty of Cincinnati. I trust you will find
many of our merchants to think aa I do, and back
their thinking by aubucrihing liborally.
Yonrs trnly, 8. N. PIKE.
Mr. Henry C. Lord, Prosident of the Indianapo
lis and Cincinnati Railroad, said that his company
would snbacribe $50,000 on tho same conditions as
the other roads.
Mr. Ernest announced that the Kentucky Cen
tral Railroad would subscribe $300,000, and Mr.
David Sinton stated that the Nioholaavilie Branch
would subscribe $500,000.
The book for subscriptions waa then opened,
and the following 1b the result:
O fl. k Dayton Railroad Oo.$60.000
Dtytcn k Michigan Bailroad Oo. 60 000
At ant1? k Great Western Railroad Oo.100,000
Little Miami. O. k X. Railroad Oo. 100.00?)
O HiDCCtlnu Roads at Columbus.100.000
Inilanapolls k Cincinnati Railroad Oo. 6t',000
8 8. L'Hommodlen. . 6.00'
Wm. Olonn ai Son?. 10,000
R M. Bishop & Co. 10,000
Larz And rson. 10,000
A. L. Mowry k Co. 10,000
Bo ort Mitchell... 10,000
David HI u tu m. 10,000
Lane Si Bodley. 6.000
Barker, Hart A: Co. 6,000
W. B. tiro ?beck. 6 000
L Worthitigton. 6,1*00
Miles Greenwood. 6,000
Jame** Glim, ro. 6,0' 0
John W Ellis. 6,000
Bnubaoan k Co. 6 000
W W Hauly & Co. 2.M?
P. Feokstoin. 1,000
It was then resolved that Wm. Glenn, Larz An
derson, Milea Greenwood, P Heilebacb, and R. M.
Bishop be appointed a committee to Becnro the
balance of the necessary subscription; after
which the meetiug adjourned.
A correspondent of the Ohioago Journal, trav
elling in Mississippi, gives the following sketch of
the effects of "snuff dipping." The family he
describes are follow passen gor s on a train:
Here is a large family that requires a brief des
cription. The father of the brood is a tall, lem,
dark, but rather pleasant man?wbUe his wife is
very large, very red-faced, and ooaroe in texture,
manners, and language. There are two colored
women to take charge of the children, which are
of all sizes, from the baby ia "black mammy's"
nriiiH, to half grown boys and girla. The family
have mad? a Im irty dinner from several baskets
provided for the purpose. The lady, who judg
ing from my limited exp?rience, weighs over two
hundred pouutle, takes u. long pull at the brandy
bottle, and then makes a proposition to her lady
friend, which I do not hear; but tho reply is, 'I
diu't liko to." "What do you 'apuse I .-ares ?"
Btid tho stoat lut?y : "Gsr 'loug John." John
Hoon return** with a branch of sweet gum, aud
outs off several stout twig* six iuobes in length,
linking very much ashamed as he did so. Now
the debauch o ?miuunces. The two women Bit
opposite each other. They broom up the ends of
tneir ?ticks by cliewi-g ttiem. Tito fat animal
hold-? a bottlo of yellow mini!" in her Ian. Tho wot
brushes are thru <t into the bottlo, and tho horri
ble load is put into tho mouth. Tho tongue and
gum-?, and roof of the mouth are rubbed till every
gland Miid norvo becomes excited, and those
women are half insane. Their faces burn like tire.
They rais? tho window, spit out tho abomination,
dive into the bottle for a fresh supply to increase
tue ? xciteiiiont. Now they rook and sway from
si le to side ; they ?cream with laughter, they tako
out their brushes and repeat fragments of rough
songs; they toll smutty stories?unoteatt beasts,
obeying evory foul impulso Nuro enough, what
do they car?-? Marri**,*.'?.-1 marriage I is the tbotue
o. thonu barpies, a*?d its white robes are polluted,
and i*n purity sullied by sensual tongues. I look
ed ai/jan? great, shameless, disgusting woman,
and these ?ere my though ? : "You talk of mar
riage, you grout, wallowing fomule bog I If you
were rny wife by any m^story o| Providonco, I
w.'uid tako you tho whole distauco to Chicago to
find water nasty enough to drown yon in. Mar
riage, indeed I Wnat "Night-Blooming Cere?a'
your breadth must be." Di-igusting as are these
details, I have given yon but a f?*eble idea of tho
beastly uastiuoss of "aimif tupping."
A correspondent in Horn? writes: "There hia
lately oojiu-rod at tho Vatican a seri'.us event,
whioli Ina oausHii uneasinens in the Pontiiio.l
houoohold, but wliioti it is nought to keep Beeret.
Thoro has been abstracted fr >ni a secret dra*er
in the Pope's bureau, a portfolio oontaiutug the
autograph letters addressed to him bv foreign
sovereigns. Many of the letters are from the
Emperor of Austria aud Kinir of Prussia. The
letters from Navolkon III., woich uro B?id to com
promise tho latter, the Pope kept in reserve, ami
people of weight affirm that he intended to pub
lir.h them i v. ntualry, in order that thoy might be
judged by facts, and that the whole world might
m-o how solemn promis a had been violated. This
purp.'iee, if ever entertained, may be modified by
the audacious theft of tbe portfolio?
TAKING ISTO CONSIDERATION THE
depression In the prices of Mt?RCHlNDISE,
and believing that tho only true mercantile
?ay of doing business Is to meet tito market
regardless of cost, we hare decided to
mark our Stock down to such prices that
there can he no question lu regard to the
fact that we are determined to meet tho
Our FINE CLOTHING Is of our own
manufacture, the workmanship of which
we warrant in every particular.
Annexed will ho found a list of some
leading articles, with former and present
i rices :
BLACK DRES'-' VKOOKS.$45 $40
BLACK DRESS FROCKS. 40 SB
BLACK DRESS FROCKS. 3G 30
BLACK DRE;8 FKOCKS. 30 26
BLACK DRESS FROCKS. 20 17
BLACK DRES3 FKOCKS. 15 13
BLACK DREdS FROCKS. 13 10
FRENCH CASSIMERE BUSINESS COATS 33 28
t'RENCU CASSIMERE BUSINESS COATS 30 20
FRENCH CASSIMERE BUSINESS COATS 33 27
FRENCH CASSIMERE LINED SACK. 30 25
FRENCH CASSIMERE LINED SACK. 28 24
FRENCH 0A88IMERE LINED 8ACK. 23 20
HARRIS CASSIMERE DINED SACK. 23 19
FANCY CASSIMERE LINED SACK. 23 19
FINE BLUE MELTON LINED SACK. 22 18
FINE MIXED MELTON LINED SACK... 17 16
FINE BLUE FLANNEL LINED BACK.... 17 16
LIGHT MIXED LINED 8AOK. 18 16
FRENCH COATING 8KELETON SACK.. 20 16
FRENCH COATING SKELETON SACK.. 16 14
r BENCH COATING SKELETON SACK.. 15 13
FINE DARK SILK MIXED SKELETON
SACK. 17 14
BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE SKELETON
SACK.. 13 11
BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE SKELETON
SACK. 10 8
BLUE FLANNEL SKELETON SACK. 12 10
LIGHT MIXED OAbSiMERE SKELETON
SACK. IT 14
LIGHT MIXED CASSIMERE SKELETON
BACK. 1? 9
LI (JUT MIXED OAS3IMEEE SKELETON
BACK.. 1 6
BLACK QUEEN'S CLOTH SKELETON
SACK. 7 6
BLACK QUEEN'S CLOTH SKELETON
SACK. 6 6
BLACK DOE3KIN PANTS. If 12
BLACK DOS3KIN PANTS. 19 10
BLACK DOESKIN PANTS. 10 S
BLACK DOESKIN PANTS. 8 fl
FRENCH FANCY CAS3IMEB?PANTS... 14 12
SILK MIXED CASSIMERE PANTS. 12 10
BELK MIXED 0A83IMEUE PANTS. 10 8
FINE BLUE FLANNEL PANTS. 8 7
BROWN MIXED OA8SIMERE PANTS.... 9 8
BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE PANTS.... 7 6
LIGHT SUMMER CASSIMERE PANTS.. 13 11
LIGHT SUMMER CASSIMERE PANTS.. 12 10
LIGHT OHE0K CASSIMERE PANTS. < 6
FANCY SILK VE3T8. 6 6
BLACK CLOTH VESTS. 6 4
CHECK CASSIMERE VE3T3. 4 3
BROWN MIXBD CASSIMERE VESTS.... 6 *
BROWN MIXED OA88IMEBE VESTS.... 6 4
COTTONaDE PANTS. 3.60 3
COTTONADE PANT8. 8 2.6C
COTTONADE PANT8. 2.80 2
fYe nre receiving by Steamer every weeh
new and desirable GOODS, adapted
to the season, which we shall
sell at corresponding*
Prices marked In plain figure? upon every
article, from which no devia
tion is made.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
PINE FUMING GOODS.
M4C?LUB. WILLIAMS & PARKE8,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
SPRING AND SU.1IMRR
NO. 219 KING-STREET,
ONE DOOR SOOTH OF MARKET-BT.
THE 8UI18CRIBER HAVING ALREADY OFFEBED
ALL his LATE importation*? of CLOTHING AT
Li)W PRlOfcS. in acoordanoo with the reduction of
prices In Now York, now ollera the entire stock of
AND WILL BELL AS
LOW AS AM HOUSE IN THE CITY.
The materials and workmanship of Btoci of Clothing
are of ?rat-clas-a.
Purchasers are invited to call and see
Capt. B. W. McTUREOTTS,
Who has charge of the Bal? a Department, will take
plosHure lu -showing them through the entire Stock.
?onlor of the old firm of MATTHIESSEN, O'HARA k
CO. April 24
LADIES' FANCY 8ILK, LACK AND ILLUSION
LADIES' AND MISSES'
AND ALEXANDRIA HATS,
AND -LEGHORN BRAIDS.
Alan, a choice assortment of St. ETIENNE and BASLE
TIIDBONB, Nos. ft to 100, in the ?LATEST PARIS
STYLES. A fall a-snrtment of ENGLISH CORD EDGE
PLAIN BONNET RIBBONS, In all the desirable ahadea,
And to which the attention of onatomera la m vttcd.
April 19 lmo NO. 4*23 KINO STREET.
420 J. G0UDK0P, 420
Three Doors South of Calhoun.
WHITE FIGURED BWI88 MUSLIN AT 35 CT8
Lades' L. C. Handkerchief? at 12? Ota
Ladies' White Hoae at 20 oU
Printed Liwns and Organdies
8 4 Black Barege, for covering
Parasols at reduced price?
Brown and lilea-. lied Table Damask?
12-4 Pavilion Boblnet, a ?raperiar artlela
Longclnths, Sheeting?, Domestics, Ac.
Black Silk CoverluRs, at very low ratea
Hoop Skirt?, some as low a? 76 ota
Qlovea, Hosier**, Fancy Goods, Ac.
April 7 lmo
SPRING AND SUR GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING ?TUST RETURNED
from the North, takes thin method of informing
the public that he is receiving a fnll assortment ot
OLOTH8, CAS?SIMERES, COATING8 AND VE8TIN08
of the boat foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
to Spring snd bummer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low figures, uersons wishing anything in my line
will find it to their advantage to give me a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make tliem up in the very best style at Edgerton k
Richards' old stand, No. 82 Broad-street.
March 80_J. 8. PHILLIPS.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIVING BY TUE
Hark EUREKA, direct from Liverpool, a fnll sup
ELWELL'S STRONG. CAROLINA HOES, 0. 0>i AND 10
I nst received by the Bark 8. MORTON, from Liverpool
BRADE'R PATENT AND OROWN HOE8.
Trace (Jhains, Horde?, and Ointes.
Brade'?, and .-.riffln'? English Scythes.
drain Hoy t ties and Cradles.
Stock-Looks, Pad-Locks, and a fnll stook of
COWL A M GRAVELEY,
62 Eait Bay, South of the old Postofflce.
No. 173 EAST ZB-V.Y.
LITTLE & MARSHALL.
ITn'OLESALE ANE. RETAIL DEALERS IN AGB1
\V nm/rnitiL implements <>i ?n kinds :
SAW AND ROLLER GINS, boras power, and GRIST
M 1 L*? always nn hand.
AgKiiU for M.tTI HMHAFLT'H STEAM ENGINE, and
I i.OEIHi)LL'9 PATENT ?;OTTON PREt-B. April 2
OORfftROF roURTBBNTB AND ? /*" STRXBTA
WASHINGTON, D. C,
0 W?LLARD, Proprietor.
-rjrOB MANY YBAUH PROPRIETOR OF THE HYOEli
P lit iTKL.Ol.l P-Mnt. Va ,
Fa*r01'*r* (J ?SB??*
-ffllfM ?,*? rlTKHN MO. ?JA. .m.'IlNAL.
II*. 1'OMl.li.IlF.l) EVERY SATURDAY BTORNINO IN
tin. town ot BeniiHtL-nilip, R. (O, b? IV. ?. E. BKN
Terma. -Thr*. dollar? i?cr ..ouuaain ad*r_*M<tw?*y
.loiiar? tor too oc-ni?*-, Hatohi
IWTHE BALE OF TnE PLANTATION BIT
TER8 Is without precedent in tho history of tbo world.
Thoro Is no secret In tho matter. Thor ore at onco tho
most speedy, strongthonirg hcaUh-rcsto.'cr oror dis
covered. It requires but a singlo trial to understand
this. Their purity can always bo rollod upon. I boy
aro composed of the eolobrated Coll-aya bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomtlo Flowers, Luvender
Flowers, Wlutorgroon, Anteo, Clovorbuds, Oraugopool,
Snoko-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
Thoy aro ospoclally recommoodod to clorgymon, pnb
Ho speakers, nod persons of literary habits and soden
tary life, who roquire free digestion, a relish for food,
and olear mental faculties.
Doliente femsleB and weak persons aro certain to find
Ixt these Bittora what they have so long looked for.
They purify, ntronethen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to chango of wator and diet.
Tboy ovorsome effects of dissipation and lato honra.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent mtasmatlo aud Intermittent fevers.
They purify tho breath and acidity of the stomach.
They euro Dyspepsia and Constipation.
Thoy euro Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Norvous Headache
They are tho boat Ditters in tho world. Theyxcako
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
The followlog r.tartllng and exaphatlo statement? oan
bo seen st our offico.
Lottcr of Rev. E. F. OB?HX, Chaplain of the 107th New
NK?n Aoquia Crhbk, March 4th, 1863.
Owing to tho great exposure and terrlblo decomposi
tion after tho battle of Antlotam, I was utterly prostrat
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi
cino. An artlclo called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. Dbaxe, of New York, was proscribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great aurprlso they
gave mo Immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
mo to Join my regiment. I have since seen
tbom nsod in raany cases, and am froo to say, for bos
pital or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Roy. E. F. CRANE, Ohaplain.
Lot tor from the Rev. N. at, Gujjb, St. Clalrsville, l'a,
Gxtnti.emkn:?Yon were kind enough, on a former oc
casion, to send me a half dosxen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for (3 BO. My wlfo having derived so much
benefit from the uso of theso Bitters, I deslro her to
continue them, and yon will please send us six bottles
more for the money eaclosed.
I am, very truly, yours,
N. E. GILDS, Pastor Gor. Rof. Church,
SoLDixas' Home, Sopkiuntendknt'b Office, l
OiHomn ATI, UHio, Jan. 16th, 1863. j
I bave given your Plantation Bitters to bundrode ot
our noble soldiers who s op haro, more or loss disabled
from various causes, and the effect is marvellous and
Bach a preparation aa this Is I heartily wish In every
family, In every hospital, and ?t hand on every battle
field. G. Vf. D. ANDREWS. Superintendent.
Dr. Vf. A. Cmxna, Surgeon of the Tenth VermoDt Re
giment, writes:?"I wish every soldier bad a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are the most effective, per
fect, and harmless tonio I ever used."
WlIXABD'S IlOTEX, 1
Washington, D. C, May 33d, 1863. J
GxurrUaatxit:?Wo require another supply of your
Plantation Bitters, the popnlarity of which dally in
oraaaet with the guests of our house.
* Respectfully, ,
8YKE8, onADWIOK k OO.
&o. Ac, te ko. am.
Be sure that every bottle bears the fao-elmile of our
rigoatnro on a lUel plate label, with our private stamp
over the cork.
P. H. DRAKE & GO,
Mo. SO. BROADWAY, N. Y.
Bold by all respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocoro,
Hotels, Saloons, and country dealer?.
aWRUPVUHE CURED I?WHITE'S PATENT
LEVER TBD?8 is warranted to euro RUPTURE radi
oally. Powor Is made strong or light Tat pleasure.
No pressure on the BACK or CORD. Sold wholesale
and r stall. Pamphlets free.
WHITE'S PATENT Ii-SVEB TRUSS CO.,
No. 8J0 Broadway, N. Y.
aw CHEAPEST STORE IN NEW \OHK TO
BUY CHINA, GLASS, BTONEWARE, OUTLEBY,
SILVER-PLATEDWAR-E, Ao. Always on hand, thai
popular, new and beautiful White Stone Parisian Din
ner, Tea and Toilet Sets, handsome as China, sam?
oolor and shapes, and half the price. Call and see II
you don't purchase. Goods sent all over the world.
HADLEY'S, COOPER INSTITUTE,
April 14 stnth'Jmo Middle of the Block.
?-MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, Diseases aud Abuses which prostrate tho vital
powers, with sure means of relief. 8ent free of charge
in sealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. 8KILLTJN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
aw COLGATE'S HONEY BOAP.?THIS CELE
BEATED Tollst Soevp, in auoh universal demand,
s made from tho choicest materials, Is mild anil
omolllcntin its nature, rru.gi-n.iit ty scented, and
extremely benedeit?! in its action npon the skin. Fot
sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Deal ors,
*arARTIFICIAL EYES.?AHTIFIOIAL HU
MAN EYES made to order and Inserted by Drs. F.
BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (orroorly employed by
Roissohhka?, of Paris), No. 099Broadway, New York.
aw AWAY WITH 8PE0TA0LE8.?OLD EYE."
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine.
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cento. Addrexi
S. B. FOOTS, H. D., No. 1130 Broadway, New York.
MW HLLL'8 HAIB DYE?FIFTY 0ENT8
BlaAOK OB BROWN.?Instantanoous in effect, rellabl?
for natural appearance, beauty of color and durability
alio the oheapest and best in use. Depot, No. 66 Jobi
street, oorner of William street, New York, and sold by
Druggists and Fanoy Goods Stores everywhere.
November 99 ffmo
aw BATOHELOR'S HAIB DYEI?TIIE ORIGINAL
and best in tho world I The only true and perfect HAIB
DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produoes
Immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
oat Injuring the hair or skia. Remedies the 111 effects o
had dyes. Sold by all Druggists? The genuine U signed
WILLIAM A. BATOHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEU-RB,
for restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
0HARLE8 BATOHELOB, New York.
aWtiP EOIAL NOTICE.?"?1115ATOAKM f ROD*
Uttlo ocoi_ jrrow." Tue worst diseases known to the
timan raoo spring from esuees ao small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of solentiflo lore that fill
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while you may. The smaBcai
pimple on tho skin Is a tell-tale and ludlcator of disease;
It may fade and die away from the tnuftoe of the body,
bat it wlU resoh the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
>e the result and final close. MAGGIKL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA FILLS cure where all
others full While for Borns, Scalds, Chilblains, Oats,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGI^L'S Salve la in
felltbla. Sold by J. MAGGIE!,, No. 43 Pulton-otreet,
Hew York, and all Druggists, at W cents per box.
September M trr
BE" 8IMIHA Kl .M I LI It UK CURANTDR.
PREVENTION AND CURE
As tho ?canon a Ivaneon, and Dysoiitory, Cholera Mor
bun, attended wifli Fovers, oro huemul, i; roniajou,
PREVENTION for the ASIATIC CHOLERA Isa n?cc8
ty with every Individual and evory family.
In tho last Visitation of Cho'cra In this onuniry, Dr
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC was ?girded, wh?revor th
prcssuroon bis ttmo allowod It to bo introduced, as th
surest PREVENTIVE and most effectual CURE given t
Of those who uso the PREVENTIVE faithfully, onl
about five per cent. w?sre attacked, and of cases trente
the mortality was less than four por cent.
One-ha'f ounce vials.$1.
Pooketcases, throe throe-quarter vials, and book of
directions, complete.'.. 3.
Family cases, throe one-ounoe vials, and book,
Bent by mall free on receipt of price.
ANCHOR BYPHILOID, cures Gonorrhoe*., Gleet,
Old Urinary Complaints.$2.
STAR SVPRILOID (caso of thron bottles and book),
eures recent Syphilis, Chancros, Buboes.. 6.
Bent by moll on rocoipt of price.
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Compan
No. 602 Broadway, Now York.
KING & CASSIDEY,
Charleston, 8, C.
Let the World Look Here !
THE MOST MIRACULOUS DISCOVERY. BESID
tho moHt philanthropic known to man. Let t
world no 'onger sutler ami die for tho w a l tufa remedy
yes, ACURE FOR
LET BUFFERING HUMANITY REJOICE I
tho world bo glad 1
The rcv?-o!ed cure for Small Pox will cure, In cv
instanco, from ten to fifteen <lnyn. Its tfftT.ll nrc i
mediate, and it acts lik- a charm. It is purely a vege
bio compound liroetlous nc-ompany each bottle.
For sale by PLUMB k LEITNEk Augusta,
A. A. hOLOMONS k CO., Savannah.
All desiring Information must address 8. A. Q
Proprietor. Waynesboro", G a.
F?rrale In Charleston by
JOSEPH A. MORGAN.
No. 163 Meeting
"PHE ASTONISHING SUCCESS WHICH HA8
1 TENDED this invaluable medicine proves it
most perfect remedy ever discovered. No language
convey an adequate idea of the Immediate and at
miraculous change which It occasions to the dibilit
and shattered system. In fact, it standB unrivalled
remedy for the perfect cure of
Las? of Muscular Er crgy,
Diseases of the
Btone in the
And all Diseases or Affections of the Bladder a
neys. and Dropsical Swellings existing in Men,
FOR THOSE DIBEA8K8 PECULIAR TO FEM
CONoTlTUTION WA?ER 18 A 80VEREIG
These Irregularities are the cauBe of frequent!
rlnv disease, and through nee k et tho acids
grave und dangerous maladie? aie ihn result
month alter mouth passes without an effort I? in
to assist nature, the difficulty becomes chr.--.ic,
tient gradually Ios.r her appetite, the bow? Is
atipated, night sweats come on, and consurnptl
ly ondn. her career.
For sale by all Druggist?. Price $1.
W. H. GREG-T k CO.,
MORGAN A ALL
General Agents, No. 40 Cliff street, New
emu \m mmm i
INUOBPORATED UNDER "TIIK C<
NIBS' ACT, 180?/*
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ?1,800,
IN ?0,000 SHARES OF ?80 E?C
First Issue, 30,000 Share?, and tho remainder
sued a? u ay bo required, under the sanction
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN B
Having opened Office? at No. AS WALL 8 PRE
YO? K. i? prepared *o sell Bills of Exchanf?
ENOCJ8H AND AMERICAN HANK (LIMII
don, and on the UNION HANK 01- LONDO
Bills of Esubange, sud to ispue Commercial a'
oro' Credits, available in all parts of the wo
marcial Cr?dita issued for uro in the
EAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA,
UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK OORPOB
Further particular!? may he a seer tain ed on a
at the Offlot-, No. Gil Wall lit rent.
WIi.liam WtiOD. Manager.
GEO. BURGHALL WAITS, Assistant M
Qtenoral Commission Here
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED
City, will resume business t? above re
and respectfully eoliclta the former patron
friends and the public in genera!.
Particular attention will ho directed t* ordora
byOAPITAI.ISTS FOR PURCHASE OR8ALEO
gjj'JM M ?8 ON THE SEABOARD O-E INT
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Pris ve cashed and Information furnlabod.
The iilghost rates paid lor Doubloon* and all ai
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