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Tlie Daily News.
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1806.
[s-j?om an occasional con&KsroNOKNT.]
CAMDKif, 8. C, May 28.?As yoo aro now pub
lishing reports from different sections of our State,
it would, perhaps, not bo inapropos to give some
information about affair? up this way. Our town
now wears tho bright habiliments of summer ;
the troea which ornament its etrectB aro replote
with luxuriant foliado, and their foathery inhabi
tants-nako tho welkin merry with their chirping.
All nature is clad in gold array so bright and
lovoly that oiio almost forgets tho drosd dark
hours we haie just emerged from. Wore it not
that our honrtu aro daily inado to bleed by the
reopening or tho wound? wo aro endeavoring to
hoal, wo oould agaiu bo happy as o? yoro. llut
tho unseemly ruins of burned homosteade still
paiu tho oyo of the passer-by, chilling tho plea
sures of the genial influences of peace and sum
mer. Yes, thore they stand, sad relicB Of timos
that mudo men's heart? bleed at every pore, from
wounds whoso ulceratious can never be wholly
?ffaced. There, whore chose dusty ruius now lay,
many a nublo heart boat with fondness ; thore
many n parent nursed her offspring; many an
infant learned to lisp it? lirst words of endear
ment; thore, in short, wcro formed all tho ties
that bind man with auch sacred affectiou and dc
YOtod firmness to tho placo ho calls homo, and to
which, wherever hi? footsteps may wander or
stray, his heart turns with holy yearning.
How can our conqueror? oxpoot that wo should
be bo quickly reconciled to our aad late ? Are wo
not humap ? Dnoa not a soul dwell within our
habiliments of cl iy ? Is thore no heart pulsating
within our bosoms? Or are wo moDBters, who
aro incapable of all tho sacred feelings test ani
mate tho breast ot man, that wo niUHt needs for
got so quickly tho sorrow?, tears, and heartaches
of tlio Lutter past; that wo must blot from memo
' rv all theflo heroic deeds of our Doblo soldiers, that
.once mado our souls thrill .with urulo, or.ail thod o
terrible deed? of our revengeful enomios, that de
solated our hoarts as Well,as bornes? If auch is
tho case, thon indeed aro wo tho (it inhabitants of
that terra incognita alluded to in one of your re
cent ablo editorial?. Patience, patience, says tho
voice that comes from our Borrowing hoarts; time,
the iucomparablo Samaritan, will oast tho balm of
sweet oblivion on our torn spirits, and we may
forgot the terrible past. As tho bereaved su?orer
'dwells with a pain-minglod pleasure on the acts of
doar departed ones, thus nursiUR hia wound until
ho bocouiea accustomed to bis aflliction, ho doe?
our bereaved country rocur with grateful, sorrow
ful ploasuro and prido to tho noble deeds of our
dear departed heroes, and it wo are at loaet per
mitted this molauoholy privilege, we may nurse
our lacerations by thcae reflectioim until timo and
neo will make u? less sensible to their pains.
Wo sro rejoiced to know, from a recent residence
of some mouths in Now York, that there aro at
the North men who aro iuapired by noble im
pulses; right thinking men who appreciate our
condition, und, recognizing in our conduct but tho
natural Hoquence? of our past affections, extend
to us "the right baud of fellowship" aud sym
pathy, while other?, now in power, are endeavor
ing to throw a blacker pall of ruin on us, our
homes, our firesides, our boat hopes and loftiest
aspirations, than over d?t the sword and firebrand
. of the conquering legions that swarmed as locust?
over our devoted land. Hod grant that our noblo
President may enlist the support of this whole re
united nation to stay the aim of deatinotion, and
impedo the progress of the machinations of these
revengeful spirits that now burn with tho fires of
' wrath, aa fiendish as it is certain to be destruc
tive to tho peaco and welfare of our whole
Andrew Johnson stands to-day aa a protecting
genius at the portals of a national ruin, and fights
our enemies for the sake of his country's glory;
for the Bake of the Constitution he has sworn to
obey; for the aako of penco, harmony and pros
perity. It i? to be hoped that the God-fearing,
just and trno men of tho North will soon awake
to a cnnsakmsncBB of tho danger? threatened by
tho outragooua usurpations of Congress., and in
augurate a new era in the hietory of this great
country, by crushing a deapotiem as gigantic in
its aima, aud as doapicable and galling iu its ?f
fnete, a? uuy that ever stained the page of history.
It ia only by mutual concession that our unhap
py country can bo restored to its former integ
rity. Let the people of the North arouso their
energies, now yoked by a despotic Congres?; lit
them throw off tho chains cast around their man
hood, aud, rising in all the nobility of a great
nation, meet the issue. Let them proffer to a
sorrowing people a helping hand, a .sympathetic
tear, and a atout, unwavering friendship. Let us
in return forget, aa best we can, our past griev
ances, and meet our Northern fellow-citizens in
tho candor and truthfulues?. iu the generosity and
mauliuess, so characteristic of our people Then
the bond of Union and fraternity will bo estab
lished ou a permanent basis, and will conduce to
tho benefit of the whole natiou.
Up hero iu the interior we are not much an
noyed by tho acta of Congress until wo groan un
der their effects. Manr of our best sud most
intelligent citizens have become stoical and sadly
indifferent to politic.-?, from having lost all hopo,
all expectation of justice at tho baud? of our for
mer enemies. Such men need a word of cheer
and comfort to stimulate- them to renewed exer
tion. Let tho Northern prcas, or at least that
portiou of it which ia not the echo and blind tool
of Thaddens Stevens, advocate their cause, if they
would preservo the country.
The new cotton tax aud tbo crops are the all-ab
sorbing topics of inquiry and diacuaaion. Plautera
are very much depressed on account of the former
enormous imposition and declare their unwilling
ness to continue cotton planting, as it would not
yield a return of outlay, much lesa a respectable
Tho cotton crop is not very encouraging at pre
sent. Though ovory effort lias been made and
every nerve etrained to produce a large yield of
this staple, I regret to say that circumstances
have conspired to reneder our prospect? for a good
crop rather gloomy. Tho recent heavy rains, tho
changeable often frosty atmosphere have hau the
effect of retarding the growth of the plant, in
many instances destroying the seed entirely, es
pecially whore it Whs old. The supply of new aoed
in this section was insufficient; consequently many
plantera were forced to use seed of not a recent
growth, which has failed hi numerous instances to
" como up," oven after repeated trials. Some
plantera have reploughed and planted corn, feel
ing confident that this would bo u more prontabla
crop, since tho heavy taxation of cotton. The latter
is considered by all as a certain mean? of ruining
the cotton growing iutereats entirely by the suc
cessful completion of the cheaper product? of
other countries. Therefore, king cotton is about
to bo d nth ron cd, thanks to our wise and benefi
cent (?) Radical Congres?. They certainly de
servo tbo tule " Rtdical" in this instance, for their
tax will destroy the cotton growing interests of
the South, M root" and brauch'* ahdltheir other un
constitutional acts will bear tho same radically
destructivo results.ou the prosperity of our com
mon country and ithe porpotuity of republican
The corn crop is looking ub and the tendor
plant seems iu many place? full of life and vigor,
while in other localities the "sere andyello."
cast predominates. On an average this crop is
-' a s ? -*
A fast young nobloman of Vienna, overhead and
ears in debt, and famous for his success with tho
fair aex, received recently a perfumed rose-colored
note, whoso contents ran: "Sir, yonr agreeable
face and figure bavo made such an impression on
?ne I earnestly deairo to make your acquaintance.
Come this evening to tho Vienna Theatre. I
have ta ko a stall No. 78 in tho parquette, and I
havo asked the ticket seller to keep No. 79 lor a
gentleman, who would ask for it, saying No..79
forever. I trust I 'may havo the pleuanre of Boe
ing you. Emma. " Tho dandy dressed himself in
a moat elegant mennor, and as soon as the doors
were opened liai applied for "No. 79 forever." and
received it. Aa the curtain roso a gentleman
canio iuto tho theatre and took tho seat. As scon
as ho was at hia ease ho bont ovor and whispered
in the dandy's earB: "tarn a constable; I have been
hunting for yon these! fifteen day? gone unsuc
cessfully. Don't make ?a scandalous aceno here,
for I tell you I havo thrt wurant for your urroat
in my pocket. If you will bo quiet you may hear
tho opera out." Tho last man stared wildly
enough for a few moment?, and then.seeing re
sistance utterly hopeloafl. Aio remained quiet until
tho end or the open, whdn he followed the oon
stablo to tho dobtor'e jail. T
?-RUPTURE CURED 1?WHITE'S PATENT
LEVER TBD88 is warranted to cure B?PTURE radi
cally. Power ia made strong or light] at pleasure.
No pressure on the BACK or COED. Sold wholesale
and retail. Pamphlets free.
WHITE'S PATENT LEVER TRUSS CO.,
No. (?09 Broadway, N. V.
April 14 etuth3moB
AS- CHEAPEST STORE IN NEW YORK TO
BUY CHINA, GLASS, STONEWARE, CUTLERY,
8ILVERPLATEDWARE, Ac. Always on hand, that
popular, new and beautiful White Stone Parisian Din
ner, Tea and Tollot SoU, handeomo as China, samo
color and shapes, and half tho price. Call and aeo If
you don't purchaso. Goods sent all over tho world.
HADLEY'S, COOPER INSTITUTE,
April 14 atutfaSmo Middle of the Block.
KW ARTIFICIAL EYES.?ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES mado to order and inserted by Dra. F.
BAUCH and P. GOUGELM?NN (formerly employed by
Roissonnkau, of Paris), No. 609 Broadway. New York.
April 14 _ _ _ lyr
tar AWAY WITH BPECrTAGLE8.-OIiD EYE?
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet mailed tree on receipt ol ten cents. Address
8. B. FOOTE, M. D., Ne. 1180 Broadway, New York.
??-MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
an Easay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate the vital
powers, with sure means of reliof. 8ont free of charge
in sealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. 8KILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
April 17 _ Smo
MB" COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP_THIS CELE
BBATED Toilet Soap, In such universal demand,
s made from the choicest materials, is mild and
momentIn it? nature, fragrantly scented, and
extremely benenclal In Its action upon the skin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fanoy GoodB Dealer?.
February 7 lyr
KB- BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYEI? THE ORIGINAL
and best In the world I The only true and perfect HAIB
DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produce?
immediately a splendid Block or natural Brown, with
out injuring tho hair or skin. Remedies the ill effects o
bad dye?. Bold by all Druggists. The gonuine la signed
WILLIAM A. BATOHELOR. Also.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEDRS,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
OHARLES BATOHELOR, New York.
August IT lyr
KB- SPECIAL NOTICE.?"GBEATOAK8 FROM
little ?cornu grow." The worst dlBoases known to tbr
nman race spring from cauBea bo small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of scientific loro that fill
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these faota.
Then guard yourselves while you may. Tho smallest
pimple on the akin is a tell-tale and indicator of disease ;
It may fado and die away from the surface of the body,
but it will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
?ib the result and final close. MAGGIEL'S BlLIODS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS cure where ail
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts
and all abrasions of the skin, MAtKHPL'S. Salve I? in?
fallible. Sold by 3. MAQOIEL, No. 43 Fnlton-Btreet,
New York, and nil Druggists, at 20 cent? per box.
September 26 lyr
*3-THE SALE OP THE PLANTATION BIT
TERS ia without precedent In the history of the world.
Thero is no secret iu the matter. They are at once the
most speedy, strengthening bcalth-resto.-er over dis
covered. It requires but a single trial to understand
this. Their purity can always bo relied upon. They
are composed of tho celebrated Calif aya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Ohamomllo Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wiotergreen, Anise, Clovorbuds, Orangfa-pee],
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
They aro especially recommended to clergymen, pub
lie speaker?, and persons of literary habits and sedon
tary life, who require lroo digestion, a relish for food,
and clear mental faculties. ] .
Dolicata females and weak persons are certain to flnfl
in these Bittors what thoy havo ho long looked for.
Thoy purify, strencthen and invlgorato.
Thoy create a healthy appetite.
Thoy are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hour?.
They strengthen tho system and enlivon the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermlttont fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They euro Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They euro Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morons.
Dhey cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
Tboy are the beat Bitters in the world. They not ko
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
Tho following startling and emphatic statements can
be Been at our office.
Lotter of Rev. E. F. Crank, Chaplain of the 107ih New
Nxau Acq?ia .Cbiuk, March 4th, 1863.
Owing to tho great exposure and terrible decomposi
tion after the battle of Antietam, I was utterly prostrat
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi
cine. An article callod Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. Duakk, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gave me immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
mo to join my regiment. * * * ' * 1 have since seen
thorn u?ed in many oases, and am free to Bay, for dob
pital or private purposes I i now of nothing like them.
Bev. E. F. CRANE, Chaplain.
Lotter from the Rev, N. E. Gild?, St. ClalrsvfUe, Pa. -
(Jknilemem :?You were kind enough, on a former oo
oasion, to send me a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bitter? fer $S 60. My wlfo having derived eo much
benefit from the use of these Bitters, I duairo her to
continue them, and you will please Bond us six bottle?
more for the money oBcloied. '
'' I a in, very truly, yours,
N. B. GILDS, Pastor Qor, Ref. Church,
' Sor.Di?nfl' Rome, S??V*B?i*,r?irDaTWr'a Office, 1
Oimcikma?i, Ohio, ?Jan. 16tb, 1863. j
* * . *. ?. i/frr* tji ?
I have given your Plantation. Hit tors to h up d rod b of
our noble soldiers who s'pp horo, more or less disabled
from various causes, and the effect j? marvellous and
Such a preparation ?a this 1? I heartily wish In every
family, in every hospital, and at band on every battle
field. G, W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent
Dr. W. A. Cnruog, Burgoon of the Tenth Vermont Re
giment, writes:?"I Irish every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitter?.' They' are the most effective, per
fect, and harmless tonlo I over used."
_ ... , ;.-..
- ' : ... . .WlUARO'? HOTKL, \
WA8HIN8T0S, D. Q., May 32d, 1803,. )
Ge?i?xemkn:?Wo require another supply of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity of whlfh daily in
creases with tho guest? of our huuae.
Respectfully, < ,
: 6YKES, Oil AD WICK A CO.
Ac Ac Ac. Ac ko.
Bo aure that every bottio bear? tho faoMmilo of our
signature on a ?teei plats label,' With, .tmr. private ?tamp
over the cork, n ' lOTWiiOK
P. HaBHiAKE &00, ,
' ,i. . j. t. i \\ NeA0??B?iOiDwAV, N.,Y.
Bold by aUM?^pe?tableD-Tif^irrA, t-hyaleiaja, Grocer?,
Hotel?, Saloons/and obohtry dealers. -.
April 19 .! thrttulyr
MOT BIMILIA BiniIalBUS CUHANTUH.
PREVENTION AND ODRE
As tho aeaaon advances, and Dysentery, Cholera Mor
bus, attended with Favors, are becoming common, a
PREVENTION for tfas ASIATIC CHOLERA Is a necessi
ty with every individual and every family.
In tho last visitation of Oholora In this country. Dr.
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC was regarded, whorovcr the
prcssuroon bis time, allowed it to bs Introduced, as the
surest PREVENTIVE and most offoctual CURE given to
Of those who nae the PREVENTIVE faithfully, only
about flvo por cent, wore attacked, and ?f cases treated
the mortality was less than /our per cent.
One-half ounce vials.$1.00
Packetcasss, threo three-quarter vials, and book of
directions, complete. 8.00
Family caeos, throe one-ounce vials, and book,
Sent by mall froe on receipt of prloe.
ANCHOR 8YPHILOID, cures Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Old Urinary Complaints.$2.00
STAR HYl'U ILOID (case of three bottles and book),
cures recent Syphilis, Chancres, Buboes. COO
Sent by mall on receipt of pries.
Specific Uonuopatblo Oletllclne Company,
No. 6C2 Broadway, New York.
KING & 0ASSIDEY.
PRATT & WILSON BROS.
April 14 BtnthGmo-B Charleston, S. O.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
Thoy overcome eSecta of dlssipatlan and late honra
Thoy strengthen the system and onUven the mind.
They prevent mlasinatio and intermittent fevers.
Thoy purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They enre Dyspepsia and Constipation.
Thoy caro Diarrhoea, Cholera and Cholera Morbo?,
They euro Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the best Bitters in the world. Thoy mai i
the weak strong, and are exhausted nature's great r*
atoror. Thoy are mado of pure 81. Croix Rum, the cele
brated Calisaya Bark, roots and herbs, and are tax o
with tho pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age
or time of day. Particularly recommended to delicate
persona requiring a gentle stimulant. Bold by all Grc
oers, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. Only genuin.
when Cork Is covered by our private U. 8. Stamp. B*
ware of counterfeits and refilled bottles.
P. H. DRAKE si CO.,
No. 31 Park Bow, New York.
October 38 Stuth ly
KATHAIRON IB FROM THE GREEK WORl
"Kathro," or "Kathalro," signifying to cieanat
rejnvonate and restore. This article Is what its nana
signifies. For preserving, rostorlng and beautifying th<
human hair, it is the most remarkable preparation in tb
world. It is again owned and put np by the oris inal
proprietor, and la now made with the same care, skill
and attention which gave It a aalo of over one million
bottles per annum.
It is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and olean.
It makes tho hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling off and turning gray
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beautiful he?
of hair should uso Lyon's Kathalron. It Is known anc
used throughout the civilised world. Sold by all ro
spectablo dealers. DEM AB BARNES A CO.,
October 38 ituthlyr New York.
MIS.'8. J. COTCHETT,
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMPORIUM
FANCY M3LLI??ERY GOODS,
NO. 263 KING-ST., OPP. H ABEL, CHARLESTON, S.O.,
Country orders rilled with neatness and dispatch.
Aprils_ _tutos 3mo
DORBA?M & MENKE,
No. 186 KING-STREET,
NKAK KOItMlKCR'S ALLEY,
ABE HAPPY TO INFORM TKEIl. FRIENDS AND
patrons that they'aro now "oiling and making up
to order." AT-GREATLY REDLCED PRICES, their
wall-selocted Stock ot fine CLOTHS. OAuSIMKRES,
DOESKINS, S1LK.-MIXED COATINGS. DRAB D'ETEd,
VE8TIN08, *C. I ; " . t.i
AH orders promptly executed. Good fits and proper
.workmaiiBhlpguaractood. stuth3moB May 10 ' i
IsEEOBS; & BOOTS.
C. ST AU FF
EESPECTFULLY INF0RM8 HI8 FRIHND8 AND
.the community that, he has opened a branch ot
business in the building corner of King and Market,
streets, Known as Adgei-'s hig Store, where he haa on
batida large a'sortment of LADIES', MISSES' AND
GENTLEMEN'S SBOES AND ROOTS at reduced
prioos. , t?thafanoB ' April 10
BROKER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOR THE BALE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, SHOCKS, &c,
AlTD BALE OF
otton, Naval Stores, and Produce.
?FFICH Nit. 9& IIUOAU-STUEKT,
CHARLESTON, B. 0. .
March V _!_tilths? tosamo
. WM. H. GILLILAND,
REAL( ESTATE -AGENT,
TA't y " NO. ' '33" IIAYNEtSTREET. ]"
^Msy 1 .1 tu.tb.s3mo
PRIVATE PARLOR No. 3.
LATE OF BERLIN, PRUSSIA.
IMPORTANT NEW INVENTION.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE VISION
THE ONLY PERFECT LENS IN EXISTENCE.
Superior to any other in use?constructed in accordance
with tho actouco ?ud philosophy of uuturo in tho pecu
liar form of a
Admirably adapted to the Irgan of Sight, and porfectly
natural to tho ovo. affording altogether tho best artificial
help to tbo human vision ever invented
Hold only by tho Professor of Optics and Spccatclo
Of those Spectacles over all others, aro :
1st.?The only trne Lens known, being
perfectly fren from ohroruatic light so ?oil known to bo
the cause of injury to the vision, and which ma?en tho
change from Spectacle* t> Glasses of Btro tiger powers so
often required, while both near and distant objecta aro
Heen with equal facility through iho samo Glasses.
Uii.--Vats be worn with perfect ease for
any length of time at one altttug, giving astonishing
clearnotB of vision, parfcularly by candi? or other arti
ficial light?comfort to the spectnelo weaver hitherto un
3d.?When th? eyes ache or pain through
the action of a bright light, such an ia reflected from
snow, sunny weather, wbite papor, aud in reading,
writing of sewing, or vivid colored bodies, theso louses,
by softening tho rays, effect a most agreeable sensation
and glvo great relief.
4th.?In all nervous affections of the eye
causing dip! and Btartling puiiiK in tho eye-ball or tem
ple, appearance of luminous and dark spots in Mm at
mosphere, ach'ng or feeling liko sand in the eye, the
disturbed nerves are quieted and soothed.
Gth.?Ground by prcultnr machinery, got
up at great cost, nmtbematicully calculated expressly
for the manulacture of this lens, bo as to produce it with
the true epber cal accuracy, and Its focuH is at tue exact
centre, a point of vital importance, and which no other
6th.?Proof of superiority over the old
kind of Spectacles. Tho> are used exclusively at all the
hospitals tor diseases of the eye, In Berlin, Prussia, and
TESTIMONY OF RECOMMENDATIONS
From M?dirai gentlemen, Professors of tho hlghoat
Opthalmlo talent in Charleston, S. C, and in the Union.
0?ABLESTON. .8. O., May 28tb. 1666.
I havo examined a groat variety of Glasses manufac
tured by l'rofer sor M. btuNiiMinr, and lu justice to the
ProfeBsor must iay, that bit Glasses aro of a superior
quality, adapted to lueet the wants of almost every eye,
where tbe viRion is in any way imperfect Tno Profes
sor eolected for me a pair cf his Australian Crystal
Glasses which are of a ve-y superior quality and work
manship, reuderlng vision very distinct, abxtoBt as per
fect as in youth. I yield this testimony in favor ol the
Profestor's Classes most cneerlully.
E. GEDDINGS, M. D.
I cheerfully concur in the opinion above expressed of
the valno of Professor Ur.iiNHAUUTs' Glasses, and their
adaptability to all defects ol vision, and also to bis skill
and judgment in adapting tho glass to each special im
perfection. H. W. DkSAUSSDBE, M. D.
CHARLESTON, S. C, May 28tb, i860.
I do most willingly bear my testimony In favor of the
superiority of tbe Australian Crystal?single and dou
ble vision spectacles ovar all other kind?. They aro
constructed upon tbo best established aud understood
principles of optics, and tnelr adaptation to the human
eye in its different conditions of vision is so perfect, as
to render sight easy without effort. In my opinion,
none others ehould be used eince the eyoa once used to
those do not teem to grow old, and by having a focus
at any point of the surface, they appear to rest o'er tbe
eyes to their youthful energy.
H. OGTER, M. D.
CHARLESTON, 8. C, May 28th, 1806.
I have examined Protesaor Hkumiaiiut,,' very com
plote assortment of Hpectaclea aud LeneeB. Thoy are
better adapted than any I have before eon to rotntxl;.*
the imperfection of vision that can be benefitted by t'j'o
u?e of Glasses. The purenea? and clearness of tho Crys
tal used, is an Item worthy of special attention, as I can
testify from personal experience.' I recommend Profes
sor BcnVHARDT with coufldence and great cheerfulness,
to the patronsge of the puollo.
JAMES P. JEBVEY, M. D.
CHABLEBTON, 8. O., May 28th, J868.
I have examined a grrat variety of Glt-sses manufac
tured by Professor M. Bbomuadot, and consider them
superior In quality and adapted to meet the wants of
almost every eye, in which there is a defect of vision. I
cheerfully recommend Professor BsBNHAUDx'a (?lases
to those requiring assistance.
W. H. HUGER, M. D.
CBABLE8TON, S. C, -May 28th, 18C5.
I have examine! an extensive assortment of Glasses
In the posseasion of Professor Bebrhardt, and consider
them of superior quality. They are adapted to
every age and suitable to tbe various doled? of vision,
In which glasses are indicated. I take great pleasuro in
recommending them to Ihe attention of those in need of
uch articles. B. A. KINLOCB, M. D.
CHARLESTON, S. O., May 28th; 1868.
We have examined the LeneeB of Prof. BznKHAnoT,
and consider them superior to any we have aeen. They
are admirably adapted not only to Improve the imper
fections of impaired eight, bntto relieve the weariness of
vision which constant study produces. Many of tbe
Glasses are of new and ingenious conrrivat ce. We cor
dially recommend the Professor to all those who require
scientific optical assistance.
ELIA* HORLBECK. M. D, ' '
WILLt.MO. HORLDhC?, M. D.
WM. T. WRAOG, M. D. '
P. PEYRK POROIIER, M. ?>.
F. M. ROBERTSON. M. D.?
CHAS. HAN 'KEL, late Rector of St. Paul's Ohuroh,
THOMAS SMYTH, D.D., Pastor of 2d Preabytorian
J. 8. HnNOKEL, Professor. " -
W. B. II?WK, Rector Ht Philip's.
0. P. GADSDEN, Hector St. Luke's.
Testimon?ala similar to tho above may be seen at Prof.
Bernhabdt's office, from
JU8EPH II. PLUNKKT1, Psstor of St. Paul'?, Ports
Hrn. JONATHAN WORTH. Governor of North Carolina.
Hon. A. G OOHTlN, Governor of Pennsylvania.
Hou. O.P. MORTON, Governor of Indian?.
Hon. H. A. SWIFT. Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. ?LEX. RAMSEY, Ex-Governor of Minnesota,
lion. RICHARD YATES, Govorno- of Illinois.
H, 8EYKOUR, Governor of Now York.
B. E. FE M 1 ON, Governor or New York.
. And other dittingulabed gentlemen.
Msny yearn of public practice and study in the hospi
tals In Europe, adjusting apeotacles to patients under
every aspect ot defective vision, as well as experience
in an oxtenBlve, long-established business In hfs optical
store?, both here and in Europe. Prof. BKnNiMnnr coi>
sidera it a nnlnolent guarantee of his ability to apply such
glasses a? are best calculated for tho assistance or re
covery of lmporfeot tight.
Office Hour? from 0 A. j?I, to 5 P. SI*
MILLS HOUSE, LADIES' ENTRANCE,
Second Floor, Private Parlor No. 3.
N. Ii?Owing to engagement? elsewhere. Prof. Bjebm
habdt will be able to remain her? but a ?bort time) only.
, May 81 Imo
PHILIP H. KEGLER,
No. ?O Broad-st.?
CHARLESTON. S. C.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
PHILIP H. KEGLER,
NO. 10 BROAD STREET?
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Please call before yon usure else
ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY
IN THIS COUNTRY.
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.A. Q- IE IsT T,
NO. 10 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Please call at the Oflicei or nforma
"LADIES" 1'LEASE CALL ANDEXAMINE AT
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest oor. King & Wentworth ata
May 3 'lmo
NEW DRESS GOODS,
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts..
108 IN. HOBINET LACK
SHIRTINGS, best brands
SHEETINGS, all widths
bROWN k PLAID LINEN DRILLS
CLOTHS, OA8SIMER?, ko.
A LA VILLE DE PABlS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth ats.
SPRING Al ?MER MS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVIN? JUST .RETURNED
from tbe North, takes tbls method of Informing
tho public that he It receiving s full sssortmont of
CLOTHS, OaSSSIMEBES. COATINOB ANDV.BST1NQS
of the best foreign and domestlo manufacturo, adapted
to Spring'and Stimmer wear.
These goods 'having boen purchased recently, and st
very low Agues, persons wishing anything in my line
will find It to theiradvautago to give mo s call, as I have
the most ?xperlonced workmen, and am prepared to
make them up In the very boat style at Edgertoo k
Richards' old stand. No. 92 Broad-street
March 80 _J. a PHILLIPS.
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