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Tlie Daily _5Tews.
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 11. 18GG?
Wo copy the following extracts from tho Richmond
Examiner of the 7th :
Judgo Undorwood cannot bo said to havo gotton lils
Like Ton?*;?? or.S.a was l'a..??^?" ?, \.
. "spec it'growedl" Accidents havo favorod hlui, OB
thov aro Ba?d ?o favor most mon o? lils stamp, and the
special patron of that whole class, tho Devil. As a low
ver he might hav?? practised, but could not have euc
o?eileilasu Tomb,'Shyster. But tho war carno, and
blood ?van spill, and maggots brod fast, and Underwood
bad his chain;??. Early lu tho coutost ho wa? playing
tho spy Kouiowlioro within our linos ; was chased out by
our cavalry; U?id to Washington, and wa? made a Judgo
by Mr. Lincoln.
Wh lo tho war Instcd ho did not aook distinction, but
conUued himself to pelf. It 1B doubtful if tho narrow
circumforeuoo of Aloxaudrio or tho blasted slopes of the
Piedmont region afforded bim a fair spaco upon which
to earn his wageB. Ho gavo his chlof a'tonilon to the
"ahandouod plauta'iou" busloo?s, wo believe, and io
reported to have developed a raro faculty of coloniza
tion. Ho found nlco farms, snug hoimos, choico re
treats, in every direction, and ho ?quailed upon thom
assiduously. Dimsolf and his wlfo, UIB BOOB and daugh
ters, his mau sevauts and maid aervantB, and all tho
stranger?? within lils gatos who would provide him with
a BUlllciont consideration. The? properties thus mado
Into avail, ho oHuefesd tho matter by moat resolutely
soiling thom up for taxes, for treason, forabaudoumout,
for this, that and tho othor new protoxt for spoiling
Egypt, and bought them, or h d thom bought, in a most
Judgo Jeflrles, of England, has orodlt In history for
some signal proceedings, such OB the trial of Alice Lisle,
etc.; hut wo fanny Judge Undorwood has snrpatsod
him. For example, wo concoivo that Joffrios never
seized, a min'? BOTS? Without title or right, and then,
after having slopt in that man's bed, and rison and
washod hlB fuco in that man's basin, aud wiped his faco
upon that mau's to -el, aud oatou that man's provisions
at that man's tablo, with that mau's knlvos and forks,
went out and aumuiouod bia cou.t, and trlod that mau
absout, and condemned bira unheard, confiscated his
aforesaid houso. aold It without appeal, bought it unop
posed, and went back again, comfortably secure in the
possoBsiou and enjoymen: of property thus acquired
History has not been lenieut towards Jeffries, but histo
ry has'not charged him with enormities such as thcBo
But the war ceasad. and Uuilorwood, probabiy finding
that it was no longer practicable to scavenge aiuoug the
camp-followers at the tall of tho ho.tlo, turned his atten
tion lo other mitt rB. Ho had been a buzzard as lom:
as ho could; ho w ?uld now become un oaglo. Ho had
hauled over and picked among tho entrails of the dead
MOesston a? long?? then? waa anything to pick-, ho
would now essay a flight at living gamo. So he organ
lzcd his court that is al vaya llui tlrst stop with him
?whon bo cont?mplalo* mischief-and scattered abroad
indictments for treaion thick as leaves lu Vallombrosa.
Ho ludlcted General Los aud nearly his whole army,
from tho Lleuten?nt-Goneral down to tho negro groom
But it would not avail. Uenoral Grant protested, and
Undorwood wan foiled. There was no blood for him
yet, au I he chafed, f r lils woarv palate palled at the
ouedlet of camon. True, ho had some slight pick
ings-no had tho pleasure to convict somo inoocout aud
obBCUTe poor devils of Underwood's crimes, and to sand
thom -or i lie longest term poasib o to tho penitentiary ;
butithiB could not satisfy his vaulting ambition.
Does it become a Judgo to condemn before trial ?
DOCB any ono recall an instance of whole commu nltiCB
being abused in a charge to a Grand Jury?
Trial by jury used to bo considered a high privilege
Wo learn that it is quoted below par on tho streets.
Judge Underwood reviles Richmond for having been
smart for the sale of "humau beings." We aro glad
that the city has never been charged with dealing in in
human beluga like-Bomebody we could name.
The charge of a Grand Jury U not half BO dangerous
as the chargo of a batt.-ry. Those who shrunk from a
twelve-pounder aro very daring before twelve jurymen.
Ho who feared to smell powder has a keen scent for trea
It hss frequently been maintained by divines, philoso
phers and poets, that it is better to bear reproach than
to deservo it- Wo commend the idea to tho prosa and
people of Richmond, and also to him who vents his
venom upon thom.
It is well that the audience in the court-room on Tues
day hada apocimon lu full bloom bofore them, or they
would have had a difficulty in comprehending the term
"moral monster." It was a completa coso of precept
teaching by example.
Richmond, it seems, is moro fortunate than "the de
voted cities of au'lqulty," in that une o n produce more
than li? rlgh o >us ni ii to save har fcpm destruction.
We bellve, however, of tho twelve holy porsons referred
to, that only one-half aro of this city. W< are afraid
that six saints cumul deliver ua from the awful doom.
Let us prepare for a shower of fire and brimstone.
The trial of Mr. Davis was ?jjostponod on account of
the heat. It is undou tedly s?good idea to keep cool,
and perso s who know what they aro - omiug toare very
wise ia enjoying the "drop of water" and tho fain lug
breeze whllu they may. Nevertheless, If they shrink
from the ho >t of a virginia Bummer, how will they be
ablo to stand tho hot climate of l'luto'Bjdominlons?
Cotton Pluntcrs from Hie Norili.
[From Uie N. Y. Tribune, June 7.J
Notwithstanding the unsettled condition of tho coun
try, many Northern farmers wont South lu the early
months ot this year for the purpose of planting cotton.
Many others, pera aded that great indue? meats wero
offered for the production of a cotton crop, would havo
accompanied their neighbors, but found it impossible to
make tho necessary arrangements in timo for the plant
ing season. Others ?till would gladly havo gone, but
wero rofltrainod f?>r want of definite knowledge as to lo
calities moat conten ?ut t > Northern Bottlers Those who
went, and who used reasonable judgment in selecting
aud Blocking plantations, solid in encouraging reports.
1 lie inducemon s to embark in the enterprise remain
about tho samo as at tho beginning of the year. There
1B no immediate prospect of a material decline io the
price of cotton, aud thorn la much g >o<l land ready for
the plough, lying uncultivated, awa ting capital and la
bor to muko li pro(lu?:tive. The Southern pi.inters havo
always boen short of capital, and, as a rule, lived at
least one year in advancn of their incomes. The rebel
Ron overtook them ?1 ej>i\ indebted to tho merchant?,
and tho close or tho war involved both planter and fac
tor In bankruptcy, Iron ?hieb they can bo release.1
only by tho introduction of means from abroad. Most
plantations uot now nu.mr cultivation are destitute of
everything but good soil and uu abundance of timber.
The requirements to couvert theso to UB?I aro, first of all
capital-at least $5UUt), with which to procure and sup
port ton 1 kbnr-r-?. six mules, three ploughs, two wagons,
and small implement- in sets of half dozen each, for
every hundred a. re? of land to bo cultivated. In pos
session of the money, tho planter can procure all the
othor articles in the South 'ihero is no scarcity of la
bor; enterprising nu-reliants l,ave shipped to every
Southern city au i considerable village plantation sup
plies of every kind, a d dr-vce of mules, from Texas
and the West, ar? offered for Bale In every county and
pariah wurr? thnrc i? mon? y to buy thom.
In the Mouth ni 'atea, as tdsewhero, some suctions
aro Bottled l?y li.ti-lligHnt, industrious, aud law-abiding
people, who would gl>dly welcome men from tho
North who come ?vlt'i ?aplUI and iudttstry to cultivate
tho soil, other pontons ?.I tho country aro settlod by
ignorant, snif nun,? Rod braggarts, who ?ff ct to
despise li next labor, and ure hostile to any and all
who by pr?'copt or oxutnple ruo counter to their own
narrow, notion* it will uot be ?lull ult to piok out
the desirable, couiinunities; they are found in almost
every ono ?.f the a itton Hiatos and will roadily bo dis
tlngufebcd by uu intelligent agent who may bo sent out
to eelnct a place lor tho fo raatiou of a settlement.
Geo'.gia, Alabama, Arkansas Louisiana, aud Texas are
settled in ..II ttiot. ui??Bt fertile aud ueslrablo tracts by a
hdsp'taiilo poopio lu Central Alabama, from Mont
gomery to Gain? svllte, on the Touiblgboe Blvor, is one
of these localitiei where both the people and the soil
would bo acceptable?. n liayuu Boeur, in i oulalana,
and. If thoov?, n w can bo prevented, on Bayous De
Glaze and Techo, and in the <ed River country, from
Alexandria to the ex >s line, tho Inhabitants would ro
jolea at the op.,urtu ilty to re,ive the prosperity of their
beautiful gardei like countries by tho aid of Northern
capital and skill.
jThe time tor making thn necessary negotiations and
arrangements lor tlio occupation of theBe lands ia at
hand. Tho planlr-r should bo on his pla .Carlon with
hlB laboriuK torco -nd i.npleuaonU before the first of
December. A goon crop of cotton ?B aim. ut always
lUBlirod by early planting, lu tho localitlos just named,
corn may bo planted in february, ai d cotton as early as
the mid.Ho ?>: laroh, and should certainly bo in the
ground bc-f.-rn tlio middle of April. Thoro Is also much
work to be? d.in? m tim way of ditching, fencing, and
repairing ?r buildings, roads and bridges, bofore iho
planting s?:i.on li-g na Trouble, expenso, and labor
will l.o Huvtil ?>y au ,-arly beginning
.There is, pon.apa, no community lu the Southern
?tates who. in nu? umilluB of Northoru mon will bo
oneodily wclc m ?d tutu ?society It Is, therefore, do Ira
?? l.? ,0*"'" * u <ini '',,,. tt *.to' tll,B purpose agenta
should besen u..i imm?diat?ly with authority to select
and c. ntrhut i"r th<- 1 a o or purchase of the requlrod
number ot ?vi** mr a so tjement of half a duzm or
moro famih.-H Tim? tnu now 8?tt?ers will be ablo to
r?gniiito their n |,u i _m\ church affairs to their own
?!,. ,.' *n !lo H,cu'u many other privileges that could
__LB*._"*U*'1 "y ln,,lv,u ?J o?'" The neighbors
22S??Jf18 V'-v? sa a c?e coto ?-ach other, and by tho
___^?fr?.l_ " OHP?'lty would induce the old oHi
zone io court ttnlr a cn-ty
ci-ali? ,h.'e,,,rs> _? '60n ???".a?''?. ? 1? agreed by all
twtaif?? . c"m,lt' ofCT<intl10 luwer count lea of
that an tu.??" !." not?'>?"?P'Ubloto white labor, and
that all the i roduoiH hitherto grown In the ouib can
at???Va, Profitably cuMvated by any race or
people that will In?usriously apply RBelf to the work.
j?-ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL. HU
MAN EYES mado to order and inserted by Drs. F.
BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by
Roi??ONNEAU, of Parla), No. 699 Broadway, New York.
April 14 _ lyr
A?- T. B. BYNNEB, IMPORTER AND DEAL
ER IN WATCHES and JEWELBY ; Agenoy for the
AMEBIOAN WATCH ; also, evory varloty of 8WI88 and
ENGLISH WATCHES, at the lowest market prices,
Nd. 189 Broadway, New York-established twenty years.
Trado Prico uista sont on application.
January 19 fmwCmo
j?-MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
on EsBay of Wornlng and Instruction for Young Mon.
Also, Diseases and Abusos which prostrate tbo vital
powers, with sure moauB of relief. Sent freo of chargo
in scaled lottor onvolopes. Address, Dr. J. 8KILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
BW COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS OELE
BBATED Toilet Soap, In such universal demand,
a mado from tbo choicest matorlala, Is mild and
anioll lent in its nature, fragrantly ?rente?!, and
extremely b?n?ficiai in ita action upon the skin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
February 7 lyr
AW AWAY WITH SPECTACLES_OLD EYEB
made new, without Spootaolos, Doctor or Medlolne
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten couts. Address
a. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
??-ITCH I ITCH I ITCHI SCRATCH!
8CBATCH1 8CBATOH1 WHEATON'B OINTMENT
will euro tho Itch in 48 boors. Also cures Salt Rheum,
Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of the Sain. Price
60 oonts. For sale by all druggists. By eonding CO
couts to WEEKS A POTTER, Bolo Agents, 170 Washing,
ton etrcet Boston, it will bo forwarded by mail, free of
postage, to any part of the United States.
June 4 CmoB
Hag- BATOHELOR'S HAIB DYEI-THE OBIGINAL
and best in the world I The only true and perfoct HAIB
DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces
Immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
out injuring the bair or skin. BomodloB tho ill effects o
bad dyes. Sold by al) Druggists. The genuino ia signed
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
BEGENEBATTNG EXTRACT OF MTLLEFLEURS,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
J?- S P E OIA L NOTIOE. - "ORE ATOAK8 FROM
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
oman race spring from canses BO small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of solentinc lore that nil
the tables and shelves of tho medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while yon may. Tho smallest
pimple on the skin is a teU-tale and Indicator of disease ;
It may fade awl die away from the surface of the body,
but It will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
be the result and anal alose. MAGGIEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS cure where al'
others fail. While for Burne, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGLFL'S Salvo Is in
fallible Bold by J. MAOOIEL, No. 48 Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggists, at 2d oents per box.
September 25 lyr
"A smllo'was on her lip-health was In her look,
strength was in her step, and in her hands-PLANTA
A few bottles of PLANTATION BITTBBS
Will core Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Foverlsh Lips.
" Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath.
M vintiiii-noy and Indication.
" Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Eyes.
" Mental Despondency.
" Prostration; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Ac
Which aro the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DY8PEP8IA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
secrotlons of tho livor overflowing into the stomach poi
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we are able to present the most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken the
PLANTATION BITTERS, and not an instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge I
It is a most effectual tonic and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of life.
The roportB that it relies upon mineral sub H tun ces for
its active properties, aro wholly false. For tbe satis?
faction of the public, and that patients msy consult
their physicians, we append a list of ita components.
CALIBATA HAM.-Celebrated for over two bundred
years in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc It wss in traduced Into Europe by the
Count-sa, wife of the Viceroy ot Peru, in 1640, snd
afterwards sold by the Jesuits f?r the enormous price of
its own weight in silver, under the nain o of Jetuit'i Pow
ders, and was finally mode public by Louis XVI, King
of Prance. Humboldt makes especial reference to its
febr?fugo qualities during his South American travels.
0 ?.SCAHILL* BABK-For diarrhoea, colic and diseases
oi tim htomacb and bowels.
DANDELION-Por inflammation of the loins and drop
CHAMOMILB FLOWERS-For enfeebled digestion.
LA VE M DER FLOWEBS-Aromatic, stimulant and-tonic
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
WINTEUUKEEN-For tcrofula, ibeumaUsm, etc.
ANISE-An aromatlo carminative; creating ?ICBII,
m?sele snd milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clovo-bnds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake
Anotbor wonderful lngrodient, of great use among
the Spanish ladies <<f south America, imparting beauty
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, 1B yet un
known to the com M oreo of the world, and we withhold
its name for the present.
Boons8TBB, N. Y , December 28, 1801.
Messrs. P. H. DRAKE A Co.-I have been a great suf
ferer from Dyspensia for three or four years, and had to
abandon my profession. About three months ago I
tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great joy I am
no? nearly a well maa. I have recommended them in
several caaes, and, aa far aa I know, always with signal
boneflt. lam, retpoctfuUy yonrs,
Bev. J. 8. OATHORN.
PHILADELPHIA, 101b Month, 17th Day, 186X
BSSPEOTKO Knir.No:-My daughter has been much
beneflttfd by the nee of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt send mo two bottles more.
Thy friend, ASA OUBBLN.
SIIBRMAK HOUBX, CHICAGO, 111., )
February 11,1863. J
MESSRS. P. H. DRAKE A Co. :-PIMSSO send ns another
tw?lvo cases of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
appetizer, they appear to have auperseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, Ac , GAGE ft WAITE.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de?
mand for this article, which baa net heretofore been
The public may rest assured that in no case will the
perfectly pure standard of the PLANTATIOK BITTERS be
departed from. Every bottle bear* the fac-timiU of our
tignature on a tteet plate engraving, or if cannot be gen
Any person pretending to tell I'I.ANTATION BITTERS in
bulk or by the gallon, i* a ?windier and impotter. Bev are
of refilled bottle*. See that our Private Stamp is UNIIU
TILATCO over every cork.
Sold by all Druggists, Groosrs and Dealers throughout
P. H.-DRAKE & CO., New York.
Kfii 10 t.nwlvr
BACH MAN & WATIES,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OOIIUMBIA, S_ O
W. K. BAOHMAN.JOHN WATIES.
Persons having unsettled business in our bands will
please commuoicato with ns, as onr books and papers
were destroyed by fire.
PRIVATE PARLOR No. 3.
IMPORTANT NEW INVENTION.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE VISION
THE ONLY PERFECT LEN? IN EXISTENCE.
Superior to any other in uso-constructed in accordsnco
with the scionco and philosophy of naturo in tho pecu
liar form of a
Admirably sdaptod to tbo Organ of Sight, and porfoctly
natural to the ote, affording altogether tho boat artificial
help to the human vision ever invented.
Sold only by tho Professor of Optics and Specatcle
Of these Spectacles over all others, aro :
1st.-'I'ln; only true Lena known, being
perfectly freo from chromatic light so well known to bo
tho causo of injury, to the vmiou, and which mattes the
change from Spectacles to GISBSCB of stronger powers so
ofton required, while both noar ond distant objocts aro
seen with equal facility through the samo Glauses.
?Iil.-Cnti be worn -with prrfect case for
any length of time at one sitting, giving astoulebing
clearnohs of vision, part<culsrly by candle or othor arti
ficial light-comfort to the spectacle wearer hitherto un
3d.-When the eyes ache or pain through
tho action of a bright light, such as is reflected from
snow, Bunny woatber, wblto paper, and in reading,
writing or sowing, or vivid colored bodies, those lenses,
by softening the rays, effect a mobt agrecablo sonsatlon
and give great relief.
4th.-In all nervous affections of the eye
causing dull and startling pains in tho eye-ball or tem
ple, appearance of luminous and dark spots in the at
mosphere, aching or feeling like sand in the eye, tho
disturbed nerves are quieted and soothed.
5th.-Ground by pecullnr machinery, got
up at great cost, mathematically calculated exprossly
for the manulaoture of this lens, BO as to produce it with
the true apber cal accuracy, and Its focus is at the exact
centre, a point of vital Imp?rtanos, and which no other
Oth.-Proof of superiority over the old
kind'of SpcctscloB. Thoy aro mod exclusively at nil tho
hospitals for diseases of the eye, In Berlin, Prussia, and
TESTIMONY OF RECOMMENDATIONS
From Medical gentlemen, Professors of tho highest
Opthalmic talent in Charleston, 8. 0., and In the Union
0HABLE8TON. 8. O., May Q8th, 1866.
I have examined a great variety of Glasses manufac
tured by Prefer sor M. BKnxnAHDT, and in Justice to the
Professor must say, that his Glasses are of a superior
quality, adapted to meet the wants of almost every eye,
where tbo vision is in any way Imperfect. The Profes
sor selected for mo a pair of bia Australian Crystal
Glasses which are of a very superior quality and work'
mans hip, rendering vision very distinct, almost as per.
foct as in youth. I yield this testimony in favor ol the
Professor's Glasses most cbeerfuUy.
E. G ED DINGS, M. D.
I cheerfully concur In tho opinion above expressod ol
tho value of Professor BEnNUArtDTS' Gileses, and their
adaptability to alldefocts of vision, and also to his ?kill
and Judgment in adapting tbo glass to each special Im
perfection. H. W. DESAUSSUBE, M. D.
CHARLESTON, S. C, May 28th, 1866.
I do most willingly bear my testimony m favor of the
superiority of the Australian Crystal-Bingle and dou
ble vision spectacles ov.r all other kinds. Thoy aro
constructed upon the beat established and understood
principien of optics, and their adaptation to the hnman
oyo in its different conditions of vision ia BO perfect, as
to render sight easy without effort. In my opinion,
none others should bo used since the eyes once used to
those do not seem to grow old, and by having a focus
at any point of the surface, they appear to rest o'er tho
eyes to their youthful energy.
T. L. OGIEB, M. D.
CHARLESTON, B. 0.,vMay2Bth, 1806.
I have examined Professor BEUNIIAUUXS' very com
plote assortment of Spectacles and Lonies. They are
better adapted than any I have before se. uto remedy
the Imperfection of vision that can be benefit ted by tho
use of Glasses. The pureness and clearness of the Crys
tal used, is an Item worthy of special attention, as I can
tostlfy from t<ersonal experience. I recommend Profes
sor BKBNHABDT with confidence and great cheerfalness,
to the patronage of the puollo.
JAMES P. JERVEY, M. D.
OHABLESTON, 8. O., May 28th, 1866.
I have examined a cr- at variety of Glasses manufac
tured by Professor M. BERNHARDT, and consider them
superior in quality and adapted to meet the wants of
almost every eye, in which there is a defect of vialon. I
cheerfully recommend Professer BERNHARDT'? Gloses
to those requiring assistance.
W. H. HDGEB, M. D.
CHABLE8TON, 8. O., May 28th, 1866.
I have examino 1 an extonaive assortment of Glassos
in the poBseasioii ol Professor BERNHARDT, and consider
them of superior quality. They are adapted to
every age and suitable to the various defoctB of vision,
in whloh glasses are iudlcated. I take great pleasure In
recommending them to the attention of those in need of
such articles. B. A. EINLO0H, M. D.
OHABLESTON, 8. 0" May 28th. 1866.
We have examined the Lenses of Prof, BERNHARDT,
and consider them superior to any wa have seen. Tbey
are admirably adapted not only to improve tbo impar
fectionB of Impaired eight, but to relieve the weariness of
vision which constant study produces. Many of the
Glasses are of new and iugenions contrlvar ce. We cor
dially recommend the Professor to all those who require
scientific optical assistance.
ELIAS HOBLBECE. M. D.
. WILLIAM 0. HOBLBKOK, M. D.
WM. T. WBAGG, M. D.
F. PF.YBB POBUHER, M. D.
F. M. B0BEBT8ON, M. D.1
0HA8. BAN??KEL, late Bector of St Paul's Church,
THOMAS SMYTH, D.D., Pastor of 3d Presbyterian
J. S. HANOHEL, Professor.
W. B. HOWE, Hector 8t. Philip's.
O. P. GADSDEN, Hector St. Luke's.
Testimonials similar to the above may be seen at Prof.
BERNHARDT'B office, from
JOSEPH H. PLUNKETT, Pastor of St. Paul's, Ports
Hon. JONATHAN WORTH, Governor of North Carolina.
Hon. A. G. OUltTIN, Governor of Pennsylvania.
Hon. O. P. MO ?TON, Governor of Indiana.
Hon. H. A, SWIFT, Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. ALEX. BAMSEY, Ex-Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. BIOBABD YATES, Governor of Illinois.
H. SEYMOUR, Govornor of New York.
R. B. FENTON, Governor of New York.
And other dittingulsbed gontlomon.
Many years of public practice and study in the bonni.
tala In Europe, adjusting spectacles to patients under
evory aspect of defectivo vision, aa well as experience
in an extensive, long-established business in his optical
stores, both here and in Europo, Prof. BEnKHAunr con
siders it a sufficient guaran too of his ability to apply suoh
glasses aa are best calculated for the assistance or re
covery of Imperfect sight.
Offloe Hours from 9 A. Al. to 5 P. Al.
MILLS HOUSE, LADIES' ENTR?NGE,
Second Floor, Priv?te Parlor No. 3.
N. ?.-Owing to engagements elsewhere, Prof. Buntf?
iiAiuiT will be able to remain hers but a short tims only.
May >'. Ina?
Foul Odors and Noxious Emanations
STABLES, &c, &a.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
No. 1.50 MEETING-STREET,
This valuable Disinfectant removes, instantly,
all existing smells from Drains, Cess Pools, urinals,
Water Closets, etc., and contains no poisonous or
In Stables, Cow-houses, etc., it conduces to the
health of the animals, by preventing the genera
tion of hurtful gases ; rendering the atmosphere
cool and pure, and the Ventilation easy ; preserv
ing at the same time, the manures, in their most
valuable condition, for fertilizing purposes.
FOR SALE BY
CAMON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Railway ?Steamboat ? Engineer
' STJ_P_PI_I__I?3_ i
AS ?-. . *
Juno 1 fmw
WHITE OAK OIL.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.
ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH PURE
NATURAL LUBRICATING OIL,
WHITE OAK OIL WELLS,
IN WEST VIRGINIA.
Warranted free from GRIT and GUM, adapted to every kind of
Machinery. Density, 28 cleg, at 60 deg. Fahrenheit; remains
fluid at 15 dog. below Zero. ?s it does not give off vapor at the
heat of boiling water, it is as safe as Sperm Oil in use and
storage. As a lubricator, it proves to be superior to Sperm fin
the proportion of two to one, and much lower in price. It cleans
instead of fouling metal surfaces, protecting them also from rust?.
It is also superior for greasing metal moulds.
For sale in quantities to suit purchasers, by
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
No. 150 MEETING-STREET.
June 1 fmw
GEO. R. CRUMP & CO,
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AGENTS FOR MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
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the amy cheap one license- Address ?li AW et ??_\Uh
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JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merohant,.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC,
No. HO EAST BAY,
CORNKR OF A CCU DI RIO DATION W11 ARC*.
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