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Tho J_Hnly _N~e"ws.
TUR**DAY MORNING. MAY 15, J&6C.
The I? uUirr.
Tho following little gom ia from G_THE, dono
into English by OA???-ut, and hy him uso?* in hi?
xocout iuaugural address in Edinburgh:
"Tho Future hld eh Hi It
HUillnihB ?nil i-iirrow ;
Wo rrpsaaiill thnrow:
NoDf-ht tilla?. ai.idoH lu It
Dam. ti H j,- Da-Onward I
An?" sol.'mu hoior?? u?,
V. lied, UKI .1 ,v. Coi tal,
Onal o? a" mo? tul:
Biara .t ent rt-fet o'er us
Graves under im ?.lent.
Whllo oarnoBt thou ?"?zeit,
Coyi. H hodiii'* of ti?rror.
Oom s phantasm ?ml error;
Perplexes tht- bravest
Wltb doubt and It lsglvbig.
Bnt hnird aro tho voleos,
Heard or.? the s igos.
The world- and the ages;
. Wbat |o ?111 la the world ts
Brlerand yot endless.
' Boro stn-?o orea regard you
In Bcerulty'H atillne-:
Herein all fullness
Ve brave, to regard you;
W? rk. and despair not.' "
? I IO I. Kit. A.
How TO Avon> IT AND How TO TREAT IT IN TUA
ABSENCE OF A OlliPKTK.NT PUY.SI-AN. -I?V TjB<-.
Sun, M. D., and I,ie??ntUto of tho C?>lliigo o;
Physician? and ?Sorge-uie, OlBBgow; Special
Health Officer Department tot South Carolina
and Georgia, otc.-"Ezper?ntia el Progressus."
Tho shore pamphlet, just ieanod from the presB
of Moeurs.' MAOOV, UKRWIO ?t VIUAL, of thia city,
is being distributed with ?ffioial approval from the
office of tile' Modioal Director of this Military De
partment, for tho benefit of tho peoplo of thia
City and State. We may bo considered as still
under partial military rule, and tho advice con
tained in tho pamphlet ia Ironi tho highest medical
authority at Military Headquarter-*, in regard lo
tim most tembl? ?lia- aae that ufllicta humanity.
The object of tho publication is the welfaro of tho
peoplo. Wo accept the good intontioua of tho
power? Hint bo, und reel grato fol as a peoplo for
tho watchful oaroextiudid ?nu timo of tbicatennd
troublo. Dut on a matter in which their hoalth
and life aro at stake tho people can, willi propri
ety, bo critical, and form their own opinions of the
ad\ico proffered. And as a medical man, with
the interests of tho peoplo with whom wo livo at
heart, und with BOIUC experience of tho di-aBo in
question, we fuel that wo havo tho right, nay, that
it ia our duty, to examine tho character of thoso
instructions, given to divert or to mitigate tho
ravages of a coming pestilence.
The Btiurco from which advice or opinions ema
nate carries great weight. Tho viowa laid down
in the pamphlet under consideration will bo readi
ly taken np and implicitly reliod upon by a large
portioo of the community. Although the author
affirme that the advice givou ia not to supersede
the views of roHpnct nillo phyaiciaiiB, and although
he urgea that medical advico should be sought on
tho very first appoarance of promouitory symp
toms of tho diaeaao, tho weight of his authority
will induce a feeling of socurity in his practice,
and numbers will readily a wa How bia prescription?
with full cou?denco in thoir efficacy. Tho result
will be that not only those out of reach of medical
advioe, but many, with good physicians around
them, will bo lulled into security by tho presence
of a bottle containiug Dr. Six's Mixture No. 1 or
No. 2 in their clonet. Truth is not always to be
found in high places. Without intentional dis
paragement of the medical authorities concerned,
we desiro the community to reflect a little before
applying to the druggist for the quart of Mixture
No. 1, the dark glass bjttlo with Mixture No. 2,
or the powders of thirty grains eaoh, put up in
Directions to protect the public from BO terrible
a disease, should be preparo?! with care; particu
larly when coming from thone whose high posi
tion constitutes them cuatodiane of the public
welfare. To our surprise, in tho second para
graph of the book, we meet with striking ovidenco
of anything elao but perspicuity of styla or gram
matical accuracy of expression. This wo would
charitably imputo to carelessness on the part of
the writer. Wo give tho sentence in full by way
of illustration :
This publication seems to be necessary at tbia
time, for tim diseaae ia already invading our
-hores, and also from the fiat thatexperiooce baa
certainly taught UH, that if the people of any lo
cality aro prepared lor its approach, it may not
even como, or if it doea, it may bo ?stripped of more
than h? li' lta.horrora, and may bo avoided almost
as easily, or even treated aa uuccesefully, aa any
Writing like this ia met with again and again in
tho book; but wo rend on, determined not to con
demn it on thia account, provided the substance
matter-the practical points of the treatise
prftvo worthy of consid?ration.
Tho author's endeavor is to give "a short de
scription of the disease, and a few simple direc
tions for its avoidance and treatment." Wo can
pasa over the hygionio nilen insisted upon, as
with these every one is familiar. Nor need the
account of the symptoms of the disease detain us.
These are described with sufficient accuracy and
detail for practical purposes, though occasionally
we notice carelessness of expression. The term
"suspension" of urine ia used to iudioate suppres
sion of the secretion. We pasa on to the treat
The general principles laid down aro, upon the
whole, satisfactory enough, in an article intended
for the public. But wo unhesitatingly condemn
the selection of the chief moana employed in car
rying out the principles. The formulai are un
scientiSo and empirical. Ono of these is neither
more nor losa than "chlorodyn," a dangerous
empirioal nostrum introdnced into England, and
mado oolebrated by having occasioned tho doath
of one or two individuals soon after it came into
use. (See U. S. D.) Proscriptions for the people
should bo simple and uncomplicated ; (hoy should,
aa far as possible, be incapablo of doing harm.
The scienti?o physician, in treating cholera, will
roeort to simple formulai. The great misfortune
is that the disease has to bo attacked through the
stomach. But, as the drugs are to be put into
that organ, it is advisablo to soleot, out of a cer
tain class of remodiee, those whioh are loast offen
sive to it, aud which oan be given m small quan
The following aro the formula) recommended
by the author of the pamphlet :
Mixture No 1.-"For Cholera Diarrhor.."
R. Pulv. Aromat., half au ounce; Tiuot. Kino,
two fluid ounce*; linot. Uardan? Como., half a
fluid uuir-o; Fiiiot. Omi, ono fluid drachm; Mist.
Crea Pri-p.. tw? nly fluid ounces. Munt bent.
Mixture No. 2 - ' Ci?lorod?nn Cholera Mixturo."
Ii. TiiiL't. Cunubia Indica, two fluid drachma;
.Chloroform, four fluid drachma; Tlit-riaoa, two
fluid drachms; Mucil. Auuaoia, two fluid drachma;
Morph. Mari?t., Uve gr.iinn; Acid liydrocyanio
Dil (two per cent.) two flnti drachms; 01. Month.
Pip., HU ?jroiJB. Mtsct bene.
Tho former ia for the initiatory or ..bilioue"
diarrluo?, tiki latter for ihe "rice-water discharge
As," eramps; Ac, or ihe trUO choleraic stage.
An emetic o'f ?alt and water, or mustard, is re
commande, in tin? etago of Iausiiudo, want of ap
petite, etc.', whioh ofini procedes the disease. We
think thia,udicioua. An emetic will here do good
whether these svrnptuuis be tho precursor of
obolera or not. We go further, and reoommend
tho cmotio in all casos xcAere *7??re ia nnusf a or
vomiting early in the disease. After tbo action of
the eme.ic, tho stomach becomcB quieter, and is
bettor ablo to retain onr other agents; tho vomit
ing, too, avorta tho tendency to collkpso.
Two (ablcspoonfuls of the "Mixture No. 1" aro to
bo given ovory hour until tho diarrho* "is check
ed, or merges itdothe rice-water stage." With doe
deference, wo bolievo that such dososoftho "Pre
pared Chalk Mixture," to say mithin?; of the other
Ingredients, will hardly nit quietly upon tho stom
ach; and. if iho diarrho i is really tho initiatory ol
cholera, wo shall noon havo tno "rice-water
stage." The indications in the caso would bo as
well carried out if but two of the ingredients in
this mixturo wtro returned. Lot tho patient havo
10 or 20 drops of Laudanum with 30 or 40 drops
<?f the compound tincturo ot Canlamon, with n
teanpoonful of sugar and water: let bim roniaiu
quiet, take eimplo barley water for drink, anti w?;
should expect to soo all tho gool results that can
follow tbo usoof Dr. Sm'd complicated formula.
Mixture No. 2 ia applicable to the "rice-water
stage.". It will bo eeou that tho iogrodioiits are
nil morons, and Bevoral ofthoso are agents power
ful for evil. This is tho ompirioal nostrum alluded
to above. Wo aro moro than surpriaod to seo it
recommended by an enlightened physician of the
present age. Wa consider it criminal for an officer
of tho United States army to put it into tho banda
of the people with tho sanction of his official posi
tion. But the "Chlorodyne Mixture" ot Dr. bra's,
besides being dangerous, na wo shall hereafter
show, is incomprehoneiblo. The f?rmala has one
ingrediont not contained in the English "Ohloro
dyn," vu. : "Theriaca," Did Dr. SIM, by this ad
dition, anean to improve ou the original prescrip
tion ? "Theriaca," Bays tho United States Di.-p? n
satoiy, ia not now admitted into any motlorn Phar
macopoeia of respectability.
Stranger than all, with the resurrection of An
obsolote artiolo comes its conversion from soli'I
into,/.'*?? cJrao??ms/ Tho directions given for the
preparation of this mixture finally cnlighton us,
and induce tho belief th.it by "Tluriaca" the ,
author means simply Mutasses ! Wv aro told
that the Chloroform is to be "mixed wilh Otc Mo
lasses and Gum Water." Wo tiller the following
explanation: Tho "Teucrium Chanutdrys (the
name of a plant) or English treacle, win rappoeet.
to tutor ioto tho composition of tho "Theriaca."
Heneo this empirical article may at times havo
been called treacle. Our author, it would scum,
in his anxiety to bo scientific, hua adopted the
uaroo " Theriaca" for Afoiasses, and weak] thus
puzzle any druggist who might undertake to pre
pare his "Cldorodyne Mixture."
But this mixture also contains the doadly poison
"Hydrocyanic Acid." We havo no objection to
Dr. SIM'S handling BUCII a tool, but we protest
against it being put ioto tho hands of common
people. We cannot divine his reason for retaining
this drug in the chlorodyno mixturo, for it has
never enjoyed any special reputation in the treat
ment of cholora. It may bo claimed that it eau
do no harm, bocauao of the explicit directions iu
regard to ths dose. The dose of the chlorodyne
mixture is twelve drops, each dose containing two
drops of the Hydrocyanio Acid. This is usually
considered a good doso of the article. We derive
some consolation, however, from tho fact that the
dose of tho mixture is to bo given wilh thirty
grains of Fj/drocWorafe of Ammonia dissolved in
half a tumbler of water, or chamomile or mint tea.
This is to bo repeated every hour. We think these
doses will hardly remain long enough in the stom
ach for oven the prompt manifestations of the
poisonous acid to be felt. No credit, however, is
due to Dr. SIM, as he fully expects the drug to be
We venture again to suggest the substitution of
one or two of the valuable agents of the Chloro
dyne mixture for the mixture itself. Let the pa
tient have from one-eighth to one-fourth of a grain
of Morphine and from twenty to thirty drops of
Chloroform, or, what wo rather prefer, Chloric
Ether, with a little syrup of Oum Arabic.
The other directions in regard to treatment are,
upon the whole, judicious; so wo also c ?usi 1er the
rules as to nursing and diet.
We fully agree in the condemn., tiou of alcoholic
stimulation-the uso of largo doses of Opium
excessive countor-irritation aud bleeding. But in
regard to calomel much may be said. The pro
fession aro not agreed as to its value. Our expe
rience ia in favor of its judicious use. In the
incipioney of tho disease, after the operation of
the emetic, wo havo much faith in ono or two free
doBos of calomel. This will not interfere with the
opiates and arom?tica, if they aro prescribed. We
have again and again seen a doso of from ten to
twenty grains of the article followed by a manifest
change in the character of the diaeaae, as exhib
ited by the return of wholesome secretions, in
creased warmth of skia, and dually the establish
ment of convalescence.
In some eases small doses of calomel, with
sugar of lead and opium (calomel, one grain; lead
and opium, each J grain), repeated everyone, two,
or throe hours, aro of decided advantage. \VY
would not be without the agent, though it h as
been much abused, and we think that the people
can bo safely entras tod with its administration, if
given as we have suggested, until good medical
advice can be obtained.
In conclusion, we munt regret the necessity
which has compelled ns to differ so seriously from
high medico-military authority. Wo do not demur
at the polioy which selects army medical officers
to investigate cholera at Constantinople, nor do
we objeot to the Hurgo o u-Q on oral's office at Wash
ington defining the rules for the preservation of
the health, or the mitigation of tilo disease of the
army, looated wherever it may be. But when
those rules are to affect communities, when their
circulation is directed from military headquarters,
and sanctioned, as we regret to learn, by the
highest SUte authority, without accurate know
ledge of their value-it behooves some one to look
to the iuterestaof the people, and to inquire it good
intentions may not be prolific of evil. While we
are quietly resigned to the grasp of military rale
while wo make no appeal from tbo decisions of a
Provost Court, and complacently watoh the pecu
liar working? of the Freedmon's Bureau-wo thank
God that Science yet holde her court even in this
Southern land, and offers froe access to all the
members of a liberal profession. OALEN.
THE BUMP COKOBESB TO BE GOT BID OF_Gen.
FnANK iti.Aiit, iu his spoech on the 2d inatant, at
St. Louis, says:
In the presont attitudo of affairs, tho condition
of our State domands that we should havo proper
n-pi(.'fient ktivob at Washington. Unfortunately
we have mon who misrepresent tho eoiitiment of
our poop.e; men who do not represent the popular
Hen liiiein, of the State, or the public sentiment of
any decent portion of this country. [Cheers.] And
we munt get rid of them. [Cheers.] Notwithstaud
iug the laws which thoy have passed to keep
themselves in office, we must put them ont of
office, [iihoers.] The 8tate would be better off, as
all the Sou?beru States are, without any repre
sentation at all. Aud rather than be disgraced by
.-aub a H, t of "bumps on ? log," as these filio???
are, we bad better be in Louisiana and the balance
of iliont) States who are without any ropreneuta*
tiou at al. [Cheers.] Aud if it were not fur Hogan
aud Noel), -we onght to prefor lo be iu the positiou
of thoBi States whose representatives are ex
cluded from this Bump Congress in Washington.
An English Joarnal expresse? the opinion that
tbo "i ersonar column in tho New York Herald,
should have the word "very" added.
Joins IHltcliel un Ireland.
From tho Ust Paris letter of Mr. Jon* Miren?*,
in the New York Daily A'cws, wo mako tho follow
There has boon a dobato in tim London Parlia
ment on tbo subject of the Established Church io
Ireland. Some uurious foaturcs charaotorizod it.
The Ministers all admitted tlmt thia enormous
Protestant Church establishment imposed upon a
Catholic pe plo la an iejustico aud an anomaly;
but they all simply retaso to tako one singlo step
in order io redress tlio grievance Thoy were
aoliHined io avow iheir r.-al motivo for this ro
tttoal; whc'i ?H, that tim disemlnwment of tho
Irish Church would probably turn tho Protestants
( England's utily nllios In Ireland) into Fenians.
They ciiiinot afford to weaken any of their garri
sons, whether military, civil or ecclesiastical. And
I think it us well they have refuued to touch that
mount rous imposition for the pr>?si<nt. It is part,
and au essential part, of ?i great systotu; and tho
wliolo moat (.ne day como down togotker. Besides,
that church in Ireland though au emblem and
witness of subjugation, is not materially a griov
anco at all. If it woro diaeiulowtd-that ia. ii the
titho rent-charge woro suppressed, tho landlords
would immediately add proportionally to the
rente; and they would still go and spoud those
rents in Englaud. Now, iu fact, tho revonues of
that church, amounting in all to about ?7511,000
sterling, aro at present mainly spent iu Ireland;
and aa ?ho great and crying evil of Ireland is hor
poverty caused by the constant drain of bor re
sources to Englsnd, this ?750,000 may bo con
sidered as so much saved to the island oat of the
dutches of hor "sister country." The Irish
Church, it is true, ought to be destroyed; but then
Irish landlordism ought to be destroyed along
with i' ; and this can only bo dono by a r?volution
of the root-and-branch order. In other words,
thoro Is no salvation for Ireland except in realiz
ing the Fenian idea.
Fearful Tragedy In Un.varia.
A shocking tra raaf is reported from Neuburg,
in Bavaria. A young mau who had beaomo hoir
to a small fnrtnno by the death of his father, was
singled out by a laundress who had determined to
tiecome possessed of the money. She had acquir
ed such powor over tho simple Louis that ho had
promised to marry hor as soon as ho should havo
receivod tbo sums he hail inherited. But the
laundress learned that Louis had already recoived
a tliouH nid thalers, which he had carefully car
ried off and scoured, n ) one know where. To her
questions, lio at first heel lasted, thou denied tho
met. and finished by becoming embarrassed.
There wa? do longer any doubt that Louis li id
dec? ived her, and alie, therefore, dogged his foot
hieps. Nearly everv day Louis WM in Ino liahit
of going to the fillago of Nand ?ff, a short dia
taiio- Bruin Neuburg, and it wat reported that for
nearly a tw.lv mouth ho had been on very inti
mate" terms with a young oruba? who lived in II.
nearly deserted but on Iba botdorti of the road.
New inquiries) revealed lo the jealous woman tint
there was au infant, and that marriage would soon
sanctify lue cotinectiou that had been for mea.
T?tere was no longer any doubt ae to who had
tho thousand ttialert. an . as t? who would BOOH
receive the bulk of tho legacy which she coveted.
Her plan was soon ready. Under a disguise bho
penetrated nto the canin of the orphan as soon ax
she knew that Louis? had relumsil to town. She
oven induced the girl to allo.vber to ?li ?re lier
bed, under tho plea that ??ho was exhausted by the
fatigue of the journey she had marlo.
What passod during the night can only be sur
miso?1. but tho next morning nomo workmon were
surprised at toeing no ono moving in tho house,
though the door waa half open. On looking in
thoy saw a horrible sight. A pic waa devouring
the body of a child, ovidontly only a few days old,
and cut in pieces. Ou the bed la; the body of the
orphan, cruelly murdered. Tho police wore sum
moned, and on their way they met tbe laundress,
who informed thom that Louis bad disappeared.
She was arrested; and, on a soarch being mado in
the cellar of the house in whioh she resided, the
body of the young man, cut into four quarters,
wan found in a large tub of lye. The woman
showed no regret, and only lamented that she had
failed to eeenre so largo a fortune. Before being
secured in pi ison, she was observed to totter, aud
in a few minutes she died in tho arms of her cap
tora from poison. She was a native of Batavia,
and had been brought to Europe when an infant
by a soldier in the Dutch service, having been
abandoned by her parents.
Husbands ?and tttclr Hu. hi tu.
Some husbands never leave home in the morn
ing without kissing their wives and bidding them
"good-by, dear," iu the tones of unwearied love;
and, whether it be policy or faot, it has all the ef
fect of fact, and those homes are generally pleasant
ones, providiuir always that the ?ives aro appre
ciative and welcome the diaciplino io ?i kindly
spirit. Wo know an old gentleman who lived with
his wife over fifty roars, and never left homo with
out the kiss and the "good-by, dear." Somo hus
bands shako hands with their wiruB and hurry off
as fast as pissible, as though the effort were a
something ttiat they wero anxious to forget,
holding their heads down aud darting round
the first corner. Som?? husbands, before leav
ing home, axil very tenderly, "What wou!d you
like for dinner, my dear?" knowing all the while
that she will select something fur his particular
n&late, aud off lie goes, Bon? buabftnds will leave
home without saying anything at K11, lint thinking
a good deal, as evinced by their turning round at
the la??t poiut of observation and waving an adieu
at the pleasant face or faces at tho window. Some
husbands never say a word, riding from the break
fast table with the lofty indifference of a lord, and
going out with a heartless disregard of those left,
b, hind. It it a fortunato thing lor their wives
that moy can find sympathy elsewhere. Some
husbands never leave home without aomo unkind
word or look, apparently thinking that such a
o ?ui-so will koop things straight in their ab
sence. Then, on returning, somo husbands
como home jolly anil hippy, nnsourod by the
world ; some nulky and surly " with its disappoint
ment. Some husbands bri g h?>mu a newspaper
or a book, and bury themselves for the evening in
its contents. >omo husbands aro '-tilled away
?.very evening by ti usines s or social engagements :
some d? ?zu iu speechless stupidity on a sofa until
bedtime, ??'orne husbands are curious to learn of
tbeir wives what has transpired through the dav ;
others are attracted by nothing short of a child's
tumbling down stairs or the bouse taking fire,
"Depend upon it," Hays Dr. Spooner, "that nome
ia the happiest where kinonees, and interest, and
politeness, aud attentiou Are to rulo on the part of
tbe husbands-of course, all tho responsibility
rests with them-and temptation linds no footing
-?-.-. ? ?
Fact? va. Theories.
"Give me a placo to rost my lover on," say? Ar
chimedes, "ana I will move the world." "Give me
puro and unadulterated drugs," says Medicus, of
the olden time, "and I will euro disease."
In ono sonso, both of these learned pundits wero
tho veriest charlatans. They knew thoro was no
placo to roBt their levors on, oither to move tho
world or to euro disease.. Mechanism was in a
backward state, and the meJical profession was
but another name for sorcery and ail tho adjuncts
of magic fillers and charm.-, against tho offeet ol'
"evil eye," &c.
But these latter days have borun unto us some
thing more than oven superstition and its crew
ever dreamt of in their maddest philosophy. In
these days of practical science, what was theory
of yesterday is fact to-day, and all tho old timo
notions becomo as bubbles in the ann, and burst
and break with every breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lovor and wo will
find a roating-placo for it to move tho world. Let
mino ancient Medicus pant and toil no moro for
the drugs ho so sorely needs, for wo havo thom at
our hand, over ready to servo thom at his beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Magguel, the
finest materials known in tho medical profession
aro obtainablo by any ono. His Bilious, Dyspep
tic and Diarrhoea Pdls stand unrivaled, and his
Salvo operates with magio effect upon burns,
and all euros and ulcors of tho skin.
In, fact, wo think Maggiel's Pila and Salvo are
tho wonder of this century, and wo aro happy in
tho thought that many others of our brethrou of
tho craft agreo with us. Wo would earnestly
counsel that all familios provide themselves with
Dr. Maggiel's Preparations at once, and koop thom
ready at hand, so as to uso thom at tbe moat op
portune time and as occasion serves.- Valley Sen
Tbo general statistics on insanity lately pub
lished in the Paris Moniteur aro enough to turn
the brain Of the reader. It Is calculated that
there is one mad man to 1000 men lu tho Froud?
Empire, and ono mad woman to every BOO. Ac
cording to all accounts, Insanity 1a on thoiuorcase.
The primary canses are Bald to bo drunkenness
aud religious enthuaU-in.
In tho Island of Greet Brit jin, as it baa been
recently computed, there are 37,250 placea of
worship. Beckoning two sermons eaoh Sabnath
in each of these, and 3,903,080 sermons aro cipher
ed ont as the number annually preachtd in the
TAKING INTO CONS?DEItATIOlS THE
depression in tho prices of M _1. ? li v.MiiSi:.
and bi-licvliig that the only true moreantlle
*v;iy of doing business l8 to meet the market
regardless of cost, we hare decided to
mark our Stuck down to such prices that
there can be no question in regard to the
fact that -?re are dotermlnod to meet Hie
Onr FINE CLOTHING is of our own
manufacture, the workiuaa??lp of which
we warrant in every part Ion lar.
Annexed wUl be fonnd a list of some
leading articles, with former and present
Bl-OK DRESS FROCKS.$45 $10
BLACK VBESS FROCKS. 40 86
BLACK DRESS FROOK8. 36 30
BLACK DRE-8FROCE8... 30 26
BLACK DRESS FROCKS.'... 20 17
BLACK DRES-3 FROCKS.!.. 15 13
BLACK DRE-18 FROCKS. 12 10
FRENOU CAS?lMERK BUSINESS OOAT8 33 28
??'BENCH CAS3IMERE BUSINtSS COATS 30 2?
FRENCH OASSlMtRE BUoINESS COATS 83 27
l*RENOH CASSIMERE LINED SACK. 30 26
FRENCH OASS1MERE LINED BACK_ 28 2-1
FRENCH OA8SIMERE LINED SACK. 23 20
IIAERISCASoIMERE LINED SACK. 23 10
FANCY CA8SIMERE LINED SACK. 23 10
FINE BLUE MELTON LINED SACK..... 22 l8
FINE MIXED MELTON LINED SACK... 17 16
FINE BLUE FLANNEL LINED HACK.... 17 16
LIGHT MIXED LINED 8AOK. D3 16
FRENOH COATING SKELETON SAOK.. 2? 16
FRENCH OOATINO SKELETON SACK.. 16 14
F BENCH COATING SKELETON SACK.. 16 l8
FINE DARK SILK MIXED SKELETON
SACK. 17 14
BROWN MIXED CASdlMERE SKELETON
BACK. 13 11
BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE SKELETON
BACK. 10 8
BLUE FLANNEL SKELETON SACK. 12 10
LIGHT MIXED CASSIMERE SKELETON
SACK. 17 14
LIGHT MIXED CASSIM KEE SKELETON
SACK. 10 9
LIGHT MIXED CASSIMERE SKELETON
SACK. 7 6
BLACK QUAEN'S CLOTH SKELETON
SACK. 7 6
BLACK QUEEN'S CLOTH SKELETON
BACK. 6 6
BLACK DOESKIN PANTS. 15 12
BLACK DOESKIN PANTS. 12 10
BLACK DOESKIN PANTS. 10 9
BLACK DOESKIN PANTS. 8 6
FRENCH FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS... 14 li
SILK MIXED CASSIMERE PANTS. 12 10
?jILK MIXED CASSIMERE PANTS. 10 8
FINE BLUE FLANNEL PANTS. 8 7
BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE PANTS.... 0 8
BROWN MIXED CASSIMEhE PANTS.... 7 6
LIGHT SUMMER CAES1MERE PANTS.. 13 11
LIGHT SUMMER CAS8IMERE TANTS.. 12 10
LIGHT CHE0K CA8SIMERE PANTS. C 6
FANCY SILK VESTS. 6 6
BL ACK CLOTH VESTS. 5 4
CHECK CA88IMERE VESTS. 4 3
BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE VESTS.... 0 6
BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE VESTS.... 6 4
COTTONADE PANTS. 3.60 3
COTTONADE PANTS. 8 2.60
COTTONADE PANTS. 2.60 2
Wo are receiving by Steamer every week
new and desirable GOODS, adapted
to the season, which we sholl
sell at corresponding
Prices marked in rplain figure?) upon every
article, from which no devia
tion is made.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
FIVE FURNISHING GOODS.
MAC?LL-, WILLIAMS & PAUKER,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
April M _?
?.ll?PrOKE OUREDI-WHITE'H PATENT
LIVER TRU88 is warranted to cure RUPTURE radi
cally. Power la made Btronx or light at pli_snro.
No pressura on the BACK or CORD. Sold wholc-alc
and retail Pamphlets freo.
WHITER PATKN T L"VI*H TIIUS8 CO.,
JNo. ?J ."J Broad-?.*, N. Y.
April 14_._ t? Minos
Ittr CHEAPEST STORE IN NEW YORK TO
BUY .CHINA. HL*.?**. HTONMVARK, CUTLERY.
SILVER PLATEDWAK?fi. ko. Always on band, thit
popular, U* ami beautiful White Ktono 1 .rinisn Din
ner, Ten ami l'ollot bot?*, ImiiiUonio us China, kanni
color and alupea, and half ?io prim. Call and soo if
you dou't imrcbaeo. Oonda n.?iit nil over tim world.
HADLEYS, COOPER INSTITUTE,
April 14 stnthnrno_Middle ?iftli.? Block.
terM AUK I A O E AND UB Lil) A O _.
an Es-y of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Aleo, Diarases and Abuses winch prostrate tho vital
powers, with suro _oana of relief. Bunt fie? of charge
In sealed letter envolopes. Addres*, Dr. J. SKILLIN
HODOUTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
ttr OOLQATE'8 HONEY SOAP.-THI? CELE
BRATED Toilet flonji. In ?racb unlver? - dcnisud,
? made from tbe c-olveat matertala, la mile* and
.molltoa-Is IU natara, frag-?.?-ly seemed, and
oitrciaely benefit-?I in Its action apon the skin. For
sale by all Drugg-ta and Fancy Gooda De_era.
Fobruary 7 U?
JWARTIFIOIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES made to order and (nrsrted by Dru. F.
BAUCH and P. G OU O EL MANN (?ormorly employed by
RoiaaoISKKAD, of Parla), No. 609 Broadway. New York.
April 1?____ lyr
AT AWAY WITH BPEOTAOLEB.-OLD EYE*
made new, without 8pec_clos, Doctor or Medicine.
Pamphlet niailed free on receipt of ten Mnts. Adare?.
B. B. FOOTE. M. D., No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
Nor ember 9_'
?W HILL'S HAH. DYE-FIFTY CENTS
BLA0K OB BROWN-Instantaneous In effect, rallablr
for na tu ral appearance, bean ty of color and durability
?ino the cheap-t and best lu agu. Depot, No. 64 Jolu
?tree?, corner of William street. New York, and sold by
Druggists and Fancy Gooda ?Storr? everywhere.
Norember 20 6mo
?r BATOUELOR'S HAIR DYE1-THE ORIOINAL
and beat m the world I The only true and perfect HAI1?
DYE. Harmless, Rollable and Instantaneous. Products
Immediately a splcii-d Black or narara) Brown, with,
ont Injuring the hair or skin. Remed?en the 111 offectr o
bad dyes. So Id by aB Druggists. Thogoiiuine is signed
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MI__1FI_UH8.
For restoring and Boautlfylng tly Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
Anira?*. 17 lvr
?Or SPECIAL NOTICE.-"OREATOAK8 FRO?
little acorn?, grow." Tbe worst diseases known to tbr
oman race spring from oausea so anudl as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of scientific loro that HU
the tablea and shelves of tbe medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate theao fact
Then guard yon-elves while yo? may. The small-t
pimple on the skin la a toll-talo and indicator of disease;
It -ay fade and die ?way from the surface of. the body,
bnt It will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
bett- rosult and final oloae. MAOOlEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS core where al)
others fall. Whllo for Burna, Scalds, Obi-Ulna, Cuta,
and all abrasi?n? of the akin. MAGGIPL'S Salve _ In
fallible. Bold by 3. MAGGIEL, No. 43 I?-ton-street.
New York, and all Druggist?, at 36 cents per box.
?-THE BALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT
TERS la without precedent In the history of the world.
There is no secret In the matter. Thor ara at once the
most speedy, strengthening health-storer ever dis
covered. It requires but a single trial to understand
tbia Their purity can always be relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Caji aya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Ohamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowora, Wlutergroen, Anise, Cl?Yerbi-s, Orange-peel,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
They aro especially recommended to clergymen, pub
Ile speakers, and persona of literary habits and Bod?n?.
tary life, who require Ireo digestion, a relish foe food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate female? and weak 'persons arc ccrtcin to find
In these Bittern what they bavo so ling looked for.
Thoy purify, stronethen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
Thoy ovorcoiut) effects of dissipation and Uto honra.
They strengthon tbe ayatetn and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify tho breath and at Killy of the stomach.
They cure Dyipepsla and Constipation.
Thoy cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbna.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They aro the best Bitters In the world. They ixaie
the weak man strong, and aro exhausted nature's great
The following *tar_ng and emphatic stale menta can
be aeen at onr office.
Letter of Bev. E. F. Cn?NE, Chaplain of the 107th New
York Regiment :
NE?B ACQOIA CBHXK, March 4th, 1863.
Owing to the great exposure and terrible decomposi
tion alter tbe battle of Antietam, I was utterly prostrat
ed and very sick My stomach would not reiuln medi
oine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. Di-KIs, of New York, waa prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gave mo immediate ro inf. Two bottles almost allowed
me to join my regiment. * * * * I havo since seen
thom need in many cases, and am tree to say, for hoi
pi tal or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Rev. E. F. CRANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Rev. N. E Gn_ s, St. Clair?, ville., Pa.
GIWT*-M?N:-YOU were kind .bough, on a former oc
casion, to send me a half dszzen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for $3 60. My wife having derived BO much
benefit from the use of there Bitters, I desire her to
continue them, and you wlU plcaae send us six bottles
more for the money enclosed.
I am, very truly, yours,
N. E. GILDS, Pastor Ger. Re*. Church,
SOLD-na' HOHE, 8OPJEB*2*T*-ND-**T'S OFFICE, 1
CINCINHATI, OHIO, Jan. 15th, 1803.
. ' '..'.*' ' 'e' ..-'.'# ::.
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
our noble aoldlera wbo s op here, moro or loss disabled
from various causes, and the effect is marvellous and
Such a preparation as this is I heartily wi?h in every
family, in every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. Cnxu>8, Burgoon of the Tonth Vermont Re
giment, writes:-"I -ariah every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are the most effective, per
fect, and harmless tonto I ever used."
WiL_?n's HtiTRia, 1
WASHINGTON. D. C, May aid, 1863. J
GKNTtaXMBit:-We require another supply of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity of which daily in
creases with lim guest? of our house.
SYKES, CHADWICK k CO.
' c. ko. ko. ko. ko.
Bo snre that every bottlo bears the f?c?lmllo of our
signature on a ?teel plate label, with our private stamp
over the cork. I
No. 203 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Sold by an respectable Druggists, Physician*, Grocers,
Hotels, Saloons, ex I country dealers.
A-tril l8 thet-yr
r|"HE ARTONIfHlNO KUtxKKB WHICH HAS AT
1 TKNI)-n Hi M Imahiabli- l..?Un li I J.MIVCH It the
niiiht perfect ren?. d> ? v.-r ti??? i.v.irt?. Ki. IUUKUUK? cut
ooiiv.y on mirijiiai,- iil??? i 1 tin? illili?? diste und ulu.oct
lim a. ulei-.rt el ;?ii?i- wi.lib II ? e? bk-ixliK I? i li?: ii, I i !i nted
mid shattered syatouj. IM fut, ti sim ?Ik winnall? ?I as ft
lemo 'y for the purioctcuiu ? I
I Flah tit rt,
IaOJ-s of Muscular Energy,
Dlsuiboa of the
Stonn in tha
And au Diseases or AffeclioiiH or tho llladdcr and HJcJ.
noys, and Dropsical Swelling?, existing lu Men, Womens
FOB THOSE DI8EA8FS PECULIAR TO FEMALES
CONbTITUTIOlS WA i KB l8 A SOVEREIGN
Thean lrregnlarlttcH are tho rail?? of frequently recur
rins dlseaxc, and ttiroUuli negieret the Beids of more
grave and dangerous maladies aro ?he ranult; and as
month alter month pa.w K wltbout an effort being made
to assist iiaturo,. the difficulty become?, chronic, the par
tient grartuully it m M lier appetite, the tiowt Is aro con
stipated, night Hw, ata? come ort, and consumption final*
ly in.?le her carver.
For salo by all Drugg 1st ?. prie?* $ '.
W. B. OltKOO k CO.,
Mi BOAN It ALLEN,
(louerai ?VgentB, ??o. If. Cliff 6tr?'(.t, New York.
CHARLES,* K, AGENTS.
April It Onos
"OW SIMIL.1A M MU. 11* is CUUXT?R.
PREVENTION AND CURE
ASIATIC O l-l O lu EH A\.
As tbo season aivances, and Dyiicntery, Cholera Mor
bus, attended with Fevors, aro becoming common, a
PBEVliNTION for the ASIATIC CHOLERA la a necessi
ty with every individual an-I every family.
In the li?t visitation of Cho'era In this country, Dr.
HUMPHREYS' 8PECIFIC waa regarded, wherever the
preBsureon bis timo allowed it to bo introdnoed, as the
surest PREVENTIVE and must effectual CURE given to
Of thoBO who uso tha PREVENTIVE faithfully, only
abont five per cent wero attacked, and of cases treated
the mortality waa less than tour per cent.
One-ha f outico vials.$1.00
Pocket case??, three three-quarter ?Hals, and book of
direction?, lomplolo. 3.00
Family case?, three one-ounco vials, sod book,
Sent UJ m;? 1 free ou receipt of price.
ANCHOR 8YPHIXOID, cures Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Old Urinary Complaints.J2.0?
STAB 8VPH1LOID (caso of threo bottles and book),
cures recent SyphiBs, Chancres, Buboes. 6.00
Bent by mau on receipt of prloe.
BpeolllO lloniru'iiilhlc Medicine t'niiipiiny,
No. 662 Broadway, Now XOtk.
KING & CASSIDEY.
April 14 stuthGmos Charleston, S. C.
KATHAIRON l8 FROM THE GREEK WORD
'. Katb.ro, " or " Eatbalro, " signifying to oleanae.
rejuvenate and restore. This article Is t7hat Its nama
?lgniHea. For preserving, restoring and beautifying thl
human hair, it la the moat remarkable pr?paration lu tha
world. It la again owned and put np by the oi i> inal
proprietor, and is now made with the same cars, skill
and attention which gave it a sale of over one n-illlon
bottles per annum.
It la a most delightful Hair Dressing,
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and clean.
It makes the hair rloh, soft and gloaay.
It prevents the hair from falling off and turning gray.
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beantlful head
of hair ahanld use Lyon's Kathalron. It ia known and
aaed throughout the civilizo?! world. Sold by all re?
?port-able dealers. DEMAS BARNES k CO.,
October 38 stuthlyr Now Yo?.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They parity, strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy app?tit??.
They are an antidote to ohango of water and diet.
They overcome effect? of dissipation and late hoot?.
They strengthen the system and enUvan the minti.
Thoy prevent mlaamatio and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the atonincr?.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Dlarrhcoa, Cholera and Cholera Morena,
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the baal Bitters In the world. They malta
the weak strong, and are exhausted nature's great re?
storer. They are made of pure St. Croll Rum, the cele
brated Calisaya Bark, roots and herbs, and are takea
with the pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age
or time of day. Particularly recommended to delicate
persons requiring a gentle stiniulaut. Bold by all Gro
cers, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. Only genuine
whon Cork is covered by onr private U. H. Stamp, Be.
.rare of counterfeits and refilled bottles.
P. H. DRAKE & 00.,
No. al Park Row, New York.
October 38 ?rath ly
G. W. Al MAB,
O Uri IE 3Lv? X S ,$|P
. (?j ..-. | i t
Corner Hog and Vanderhorst-streeta.
March A arno