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The Daily News
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MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 1?, 1806.
Editors Charleston Daily Neics : In your Saturday's
number you publUbid an article "How tho Gormans
Marry." Ono of my 0orman friends called my atten
tion to tho false and injurio? tendencies of Buch preju
diced rcporls, ma? o up, I presume, by some Yankee
b-aventr, that has been gulled by aomo ?mart German
sub-editor for a matter of prout. He moroovcr ex
pressed suipriso that THE NEWS, which is liberally
supported by the OerniauB, and which has, bosides,
among its co-workers a native German who should cer
tainly know better, should lond Ita columna to the dla
eemluaiion of such falsehoods. Tho writer of thle, who
IB a nativo German and, is proud to say, enjoys some
confidence in Charleston, begs to aesurotils folio weit 1
r.i'1111 that tim Gorman manners in regard to courtship,
social intercourse of tho BOJCS, public and private fes
tivities and marriavo, aro very similar lo tho manners
of the Americana; indeed, this may easily be appreciated
when it Is remembered that the Ameritan after all-in
religion, private manners, public amusements anti gene
ral sou liment-is rca'ly the offspring of tho German.
Tho article in question contain?, a number of facts, but
in BO much only as they aro consonant to our own social
practices. The writer becomos moBt Injurious and fla
grantly unjust, when ho avers "that tho Gormans, as a
class, ?re not virtuous." The great Roman writer, Taoi
TDB, BSJB of thom that "anton. fAe _cr*an? pood morals ef
ftct more than elsewhere good laws." Every German of our
day has a right to bo proud ihatln respect of our womon
we have not degenerated from tho standard of our fore
fathers In the days of their renowned purity. That there
aro exceptions wo will not deny, for humanity in Ger
many, BB in America and everywhere elie, has it? claims
of weakness-, but, as a whole, tho true Qerman woman
?tanda as high In moral sentiments, is aa proud and
pure in mind, BOUI and body, and Is SB truthful, trust
worthy and devoted in sanctified love, sa the womon of
any pcoplo on earth. I will not disparage tho womon of
Am? rica, least of ?11 our noble Southrons; but I cannot
deny that I do love the truthful, confiding, sweet Gor
man eye of blue, and I am never willing to admit their
Inferiority in faith or conBtant love and abiding fidelity.
Lot the American public beware of false Impressions of
thoa o who are now invited and coming In largo numbera
to become identified with u?, to intormarry with our
childi en, and aro destined to becomo the mothers of
-oar grandchildien. ARMIN.
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The Linne 'n' Mutual Aid Association.
Delicacy forbids any public exposure of the nrgent
n? coi Mitj that tberc ia for an organlxilion of this kind.
Tho name of Ibo Association la sufficiently suggestive.
Our Maryland benefactors, and all united with them,
In collecting and dispensing their munificent donations,
have our deepest gratitude, yet the Urge results of so
much combined labor and self-denial aro entirely in
adequate to meet the dally increasing, tho alarming
want and suffering of to-day.
Our plan or organization Is to give regular employ
ment to those who have seen bettor days, which will
enable th?m to eupport themselves, their aged parents
and helpless children.
The widows and orphans of our Confed?rate dead will
not plead in vain.
And is rot this Infant Asiooiatlon ono which, If sus
tained, xnsy sccomplish the result detlred ?
Its plan of operation is very Blmple and practical. Let
us at I ?nat give it a fair trial.
iii' are reminded of a caso somewhat parallel to ours,
dcBciibrd in 2 Kings, vii. chapter, 3d and *th vtrses,
"Wby Bit we hero until we die?" ?io. .? . . We
can tut rail But did tho ladies of Charleston ever fall
In the accomplishment of such enterprises? No! Re
member the Ladies* Benevolent, tho Garment and the
Fuel Societies, and all the good they accomplished.
The leaders in those channels of benevolence are, many
of them, now themselves in need of assistance. They are
willing and anxious to eupport themselves by their own
efforts if work can bo obtained. To furnish tbia work is
tho dcaign snd end of our institution.
And we call upon c ur cltlzons to snatsln it with such
aid and co-operation as each may be able to render.
Contributions will bo thankfully received by the
Treasurer, at No. *2C Mcoting-strect, or either of tho
ladies of the Board of Managers. Hats have been also
left at the tilleuH of tbo DAILY NEWS and Courier.
We ask for work from all who can furnish it. Many
Of these ladles are good tallcremes; will not oar clothing
merchant? givo our Association some of their orders ?
We oak our dry goods merchants to recommend this
society to strange? who may wish to have needlo work
done, dress making, &c. And alto to aid us by making
donations to our ealo and work rooms of materials in
Our thanks oro due, and now moBt gratefully return
ed, to Messrs. STOLL, Wsnu k Co. for their generous
contribution. Wo hope that tboir good example will be
We require aid from the hardware merchante. Dona
tions of needles, pin?, s? lssors, battons, Ac, Ac, will be
All \? ho aro 'interested in the abovo are roqueBtod to
circulate the Information contained among their friends,
here and elsewhere.
Any'suggest lons of a moro practical and better nature
to relieve cur preterit distresses will receive a cordial
reception by any of the officers of this Association.
"For tbo poor shall never ?ate out of the land:
therefore, I command theo, saying, thou ehalt open
thine hand wide unto thy brother, to thy poor, and to
thy needy. "-Deuteronomy xv. (fifteenth ch.) x1, (elev
'Turo religion and undofiled before God and the
Father ia this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their
affliction, and to keep bimsolf Unspotted from the
Confederate Prisoners at Camp Scott.
The foi lowing ctmmunlcation was loft at this office
by a brother of General C__T3?_ :
Metres. Editor*: The following list, embracing persona
at Camp ?cott. Fort Winnebego, Wisconsin, when I left
there', 1st January, I860, whom I was acquainted with,
were alck and in prison in the hospital, from where
they wt-re unable to be moved on the 27th July last,
when the Federal authorities refused transportation te
their homes. I was there niyielf, and being refused
tranopoitat ion, 1 sot a determined resolution to walk
borne. Myself and a son of General John G. Benolda
walked to Richmond, VA, where, through the Influence
of General Joseph Ii. Johnston, we succeeded in getting
transportation, after a long and tedious walk. We were
treated vory ?til by the bots who fongbt in bine, but
not In "fjherman's** army, however, and had to undergo
a beag, of abuso by a sort of bomb-proof cowards.
_ ia barn? "ni.-Madison Reed, Oxford; Calhoun John
son, Selma ; Captain Hines, DomopoIlB ; Alexander
Budd, Newbern, Alabama.
Georgiant. - Hi-nry E Wilkinaon, Rome; W. W. Ho
gers, Athens; Goorgo DIckerson, Decitur, Georgia.
South Carolinian?.-John Crabtree, 8paitanburg; Jas.
D. Hart, Orangoburg. South Carolina.
North Carolinian!.- John Ad?n B, James Garrison,
Graham; Wm. B. Chatham, Yanceyvillo; James Boruot,
Wilmington, North Carolina.
Miitli*ippian*.-a. w. Arthur, Jamea Burgess, Bran
Dr. SWAN, of Providence, has published a communi
cation ? in the Boston Medical journal, in which he ex
presses the opinion that tho cholera inila present de
velopment in Europe is In many respecta unlike the
epidemic of former year?. Tho h severe In some
places. It bas not been so wlde-b^ead and generally
prevalent; it did not continue to show itself through the
winte. in England and Franco at in the winters of 1818
And l?s3 ; as tho spring opens it has not appeared in
England, and has not appeared io generally In emigrant
veBSolt' at Id those years. If it does obtain a foothold at
?li in thu country, he believes it will be to a limited ex
tent only, and will not bo severe except wbero the local
cauaee are unusually bad.
V *__ -?" *' >?-.?*?-'
- n enormout mastodon tusk hu boen nnearthed
I?? Brookville, Ind.
SYRUP AND FLOUR.
Or\A BULB. OF FLOUR-D1FF1: RENT GRADES
?j\J\J 76 bbls. Portland Syrup.
Just received and for galo by
June l8_3_RAVEN El? k CO.
SHELL LIME FOR SALE.
?)Kr\f\ BUSHELS SUPERIOR SHELL LIME
a*jVJ\J for salo, at tho Chorloston Gas Works,
foot of Oborlotte-stuot. _ Juno l8
1ft**- BOXES OP TOBACCO, ON CONSIGNMENT,
Wit) various brands, and for sale by
No. 133 Meeting-street,
AT THIS FOM/owraa micas ?\s PBB QUAI?ITT:
SO, 36", 40, 60, 60, 70, 80, 00 cents and $1 per pound by
tho single box or half box.
N. B.-Plantera are particularly requosted to examine
tho Tobacco at 30 and 86 couts, OB it la perfectly sound
HHOS. PRIME SIDES AND SHOULDERS, FOR
salo by MOWRY & OO.
BACON, OIL, AND ROPE.
TEN HHDS. PRIME SHOULDERS
Hcvcii buln. Lard Oil
Thirty-iKo colls Manilla Ropo.
For solo at reasonable prices by
Cornor Adgor's 8o_th Wharf and East Bay.
CORN AND OATS.
Cyf\r\f^. BU8HEL8 PRIME PROVISION CORN,
j_3 V_7 \J \J to arrivo per steamer.
1200 bushols HEAVY VIRGINIA OAT8
600 bushols Mixed Corn
3000 lbs. prime Virginia Hams, Sides and Shoulders.
For Halo by IBAAO E. HERTZ k CO.,
No. 201 East Bay, cornor of Cumberland-street.
Juno l8 _4_
PRIME WHITE CORN.
K ?pv ?TV/A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, LAND
?JvJv_/\J INO this day from etoamor ?*Adele" and
for salo by
MORDECAX k CO.
CORN AND PEAS.
O/ e/^aTfc BU8HELS PRIME PROVISION CORN
a\J\J\J 76 bushels good Peas, dally expected por
For solo low, by JNO. 8. BIRD, Jn. k Cn.,
Juno l8 2 Cornor Church and Triad-*?'_oeta.
SYRUPS, Sic, Sic.
?raf\ OASES PEACH MARMALADES, QUARTS AND
6 csseB Seville Olives
6 coses Assorted Syrups
10 cases Brandy and Preserved Pears
36 cases Popper Hash.
Just received and for sale by
LAUREY k ALEXANDER,
Juno 16 ' 2 No. 137 East Bay.
BACON SIDES. HAMS. &c.
I r\ HHDS- PRIME BACON SIDES
L.\J 860 Sugar Cnrod Hams
30 bbls. Pork Hoads.
Jnst reooived and for sale by
LAUREY k ALEXANDER,
June 16 2 No. 137 East Bay.
SMOKING AND CHEWING
GENUINE "KILLIKINIOK" SMOKING TOBACCO,
manufactured by "M. Moore," of Lynchburg, Va,,
In S lb. packages.
19 boxes Chewing Tobacco, suitable for country trade
For silo by JAS. O. MOFFETT,
Jane 16 , fmw6_No. 2i East Bay.
N NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL. BOUGHT AND
GOLD COIN, BANK NOTES. 8TO0ES, BONDS, ?ko.
GEO. W. WILLIAM8 k CO..
June6 wfmia Hayne-Btreet.
TUE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once more for the manufacture of
the beat COTTON GINS over made hi this country, are
now prepared to reoeive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
The long established and weE-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a suffi
cient guarantee that the article will give entire satisfac
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT k CO.,
Moy 14 Winnsboro. 8. C.
RARXTAN AND OELaWARE BAY RAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH-THE
whole distance by rall-no change of cars-no trav
elling bySlago. On an J after Friday, June 1st, 1866,
the traine on this Road will loi vo the Depot of Camden
and Atlantto Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam
don, as follows, viz: 9.20 A. M., Express Train for Long
Branch and New York and intermediate Stations; 3.30
A. M., Mall and Express for New Yotk.
Returning, Traine leave Pier 32, foot of Duane-street,
North River, via Steamboat Jesse Hoy t ; at 11 A. M.. Ex
press Train for Long Branch, Camden and intermediate
Stations; and 4 P. M. for nil Stations on the Road.
Fare to and from New York or Long Branch, $2.
Excursion Tickets to Long Branch from Camden, $...
June l8 3mo WM. N. CLAYTON, Sup't.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINIENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
On.vn__8TON, 8. 0., June 11,1866. I
N AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, 13TH INST., THE
Summerville Passenger Train will run as follows
Leive Charleston.6.00 P. M.
Arrive at Huininorvillo.0.20 P, M.
Leave Summerville.7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 A. M.
HENRY T. PEAKE,
June 12 6 General Superintendent 8. O. B. R.
HUGER & HASELL.
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE A STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON <fc WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Ac,
April 2 '
PLA?o!21S'f?S0_?Tbf AOT> *" WNM OF
BUGER Sr. HAHELL,
No. 187 Mectlng-ttreet.
VK8?*?KL8 WANTKD TO LOAD
?for Philadelphia, Portland and Boston. High
est ratespald, and dtapotch gtvon. Apply to
STREE! BROS & CO.,
Juno 10_No. 74 East Bay.
FOU I.I VK It POOL.-TI!K Al
American Ship PRtSIOENT FiLMORE,
Luco Master, is now loading at North Atlantic
1 'Wharf, and liavlug s portion of hor cargo en
gaged, will meet with dispatch for tho ahovo port.
For Froight engagements, apply to
WILLIS k OBISOLM,
Jane 14_mwf_North Atlantic Wharf.
V KB SB L8 WANTEDTTO LOAO
? for Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York, Ros
' ton, St. John. ?Matanzas, Havana, Sagua la
Orande, Barhadocs, Martinique, Demorara,
Trinidad, Rio Platte and othor points.
Also wanted to Charter, VESSELS out and homo to
vorlouB West India ports. J. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
FOE CHEEAW, S. C,
AND ALL THE LANDINGS ON PEE DEE
THE LIGHT DRAUGHT 8TEAMER
1VC __?__ _R I O -NT _
CAPTAIN GEO. MANSFIELD,
IS NOW REOEIVING FREIGUT AT ACCOMMODA
TION WHARF, and wUl leave To-Morrow Night, tho
FEKQU80N k HOLMES, Agents.
N. B.-AU freights payablo on tho wharf.
FOE GE0HGET0WN, S. C.
OAPT. THOS. R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVB ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'olock. Retnrnlng,
will leave Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Froight received the day before sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
N. B.-Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Conway
boro' and Cheraw, to bo transferred at Georgetown to
steamers Little Ada and R. E. Boll. June 4
FOE SAVANNAH DIEECT.
THE NEW ?AND 8PLENDH) BTEAMEB
OAPT. L. M. OOXETTEB,
WILL LEAVE ADQER'S WHARF EVERY TUES
DAY MORNING, at 7 o'olock.
For Froight or Passage, apply on board or at the of
flco on Brown's Wharf. _
I_ M. OOXETTER, Agent, Charleston.
AST- Agents st Savannah, Messrs. L. J. GELLMABTTN
N. B.-Papera throughout the country advertising the
steamer "Dictator" wi?? please chango her day of leaving
Charleston to Tuesday. furn June 1
FOE PALATKA, FLA.
OAPT. L. M. COXETTER,
WILL LEAVE CHARLF8TON EVERY TUESDAY
MOHN INO, 0.1.(7) o'clock; Savannah every Tues
day Afternoon, at (4) o'clock, stopping at Fernahdlna,
Jacksonville, Ficolata and all tho landings on tho St.
Will leave Palatka every Wednetday Evening, at (8)
o'clock; Jackson ville every Thursday Morning, at (3)
o'clock, and Savannah every Friday Morning, at (0)
o'olock, arriving at Charleston same afternoon.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, at Adger's
Wharf. L. M, OOXETTER, Agent
N. B.-Papsrs throughout the country advertising the
steamer "Dictator" will please change her day of leaving
Charleston to Tuesday. fsm June 1
JUST ARRIVED BY STEAMER, FROM NEW YORK,
nine FAT BEEVES, averaging 1600 pounds each,
in primo condition. Can be seen by applying to
SHEM k CARTER,
June 6 No. 19 Vaaderhorst's Wharf?
LTJMBEEM E 1ST
PARTIES ENGAGED IN CUTTING TIMBES, OB
TUB MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER, STAVES
OR SHINGLES, will do well to call on the subscriber,
who having been for many years engaged in the manu
facture ana shipment of Lumber and Timber, ia well
posted aa to the wanta and prices of different market?
and can always furnish the lau st market reports from
Europe, 8onth America, Weat Indies, British Provinces,
and Northern Oitlco, and will famish specification?,
anited to different markets, and attend to the charter
in g of vessels, or give any information or assistance
that may be desired. JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
June a _
ASHLEY EIVEE STEAM SAW
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING ERECTED A MILL
of first class, at the hoad of navigation on Ashley
River, tblrty-flve miles ftom Charleston by water, are
prepared to fill orders for Foreign or Domestic mar
kets of tho best quality of Lumber, and at the shortest
notice. The following kinds of Lumber can be fur
nlshod, which can bo boated or rafted :
BLA* K OUM
Apply to Messrs. ROPER k STONEY, Charleston, or
to Messrs, SCHULTZ ti WHALEY on tho 8chnlz' Plan
tation, Poitofflce, Summerville,
May SI thmO_SCHULZ k WHALEY.
G. S. JENKINS
HAVING BEEN BEAPPOINTED MEASURBR AND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, would
respectfully Inform his old patrons and all other* con*
neeted with the bnslncas, that he cambo found for the
present at the office of HTB1NU-.YBR A SON,
Juno ?I Uno* Weit end Boaufalc street
FOK NEW YOEE.
THERE?CLAll CN1TED 8TATE8 MAIL UNE
Of f ?B8T-0LAS8 8TEAMER8,
tlliAKKIt MTV I SAHA-U88A,
ANDALUSIA I ?KANADA,
WILL LEAVE ON SATURDAY, 23RD JUNE,
at - o'clock
No lion li ?ccured unless paid for.
Freights and Wharfage of Vegetables must bo paid
at our o-leo.
No Freight rccolved unless ongaged at onr office
Juno l8 "AVENEL A OU.. Agents,
New York aud Ciiarleston
PEOPLE ?S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $95.
?_eav_g each Port every Alteruat? Thursday.
BTEAM8HIP EMILY B. BOUDER,
CAP r. B. W. LOCKWOOD.
CA.PT. 0. P. MAIIHHMAK.
mHESB STEAMSHIPS. OFFERING EVERY INDDOB
JL MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen'
I gers, with table? Buppllod by every luxury the New York
and Charleston markets can afford;and, for safety, speed
ina oomfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
THE NEW STEAMBHEP
CAPTAIN G. M. WALKER,
raTILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
W THURSDAY, June 31, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New
For Freight or Passage, apply at the office of tho
.Agents. WILLIS k OHI80LM,
North AtlanUo Wharf.
Consignees in Now York-Messrs, LIVINGSTON, FOX
k OP._Jane 16
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHSAJP PASSAGE TO UTI WHOM
E XJR O _?_3_
BY SAILING SHIPS, BAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MATT, BTEAMEBS.
Bailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to ano
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at tho very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have then
baggage romoved Free, and every care bealeiwed or
For Passage, ko., apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 930
Wert street. New York, or
M. M. QUINN * BBOTHEB,
No, 637 KINO ST-KKT, 0___9TOI?, H. _.,
And No. 187 Broad street, opposite Monument street,
Ammata. ?. A. ljrr Febrnarv _T
FOE SAVANNAH, via BEAU
FORT, 8. C.
THROUGH B Y DA YLIQ nT.
THE VERY FAST
CAPTAIN TH08. R. PAYNE,
(Temporarily taking the place of Steamer FANNIE,)
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock. Returning, will
leave Savannah every Monday Morning.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
Juno 1 lmo Accommodation Wharf.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE IL & MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
B-__8UirH ON TUB COU NEOTINO ON 'THE PAO-TH
ATI-tmO, WITH THE
NEW YORK.GOLDEN CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, ka, bo.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will leave Pier No. 49 North River, fool
of Oanal-street, at 13 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, nth and
31st _f every month (except when tbose dates fallon
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPIN
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of the
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at AOAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and -1st conneot at Panama with
steamer, for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Tbose of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rate?
allowed to second cabin and steerage passengers with
families. Ako, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to clergymen and their familles, and
Behool teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges,
HALF FARE. ?
One hundred poonda baggage allowed to each adnlt
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladlee and children without male protectora.
Baggage received on the dook the day before sailing,
from steamboat?, rsilroads, and passengers who prefei
to send down early.
?An experienced Sturgeon on board. Medicine and at
ten dan ce free.
For Passage Ticket?, or farther Information, apply at
the Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
OANAL_-_B_T, NORTH RIVER, NEW YOBK.
April a 8mos S. K. HOLMAN, Agent
mr THE WEEKLY BEOOBD OA5? BE PUB
OHASED at H. P. RUOG'S, Market-street, ard M. M.
QUINN'?, Kins-street, at which place? new?b->?; _ ba
?MrNo oseen? w .?* de ?old from the Office Bo. _b
iir _ December IS
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS5
No. 238 King-street
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 KING-STREET,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKET-ST,
Charleston, S. C.
N. A. PRATT, 1 8. W. WILSON, f P. B. WIL80N.
Chomisttolato) I (? rnd nat o of
0.8. Nitro and [ I Phlla. Colioge
Mining Bn- I 1 of Pharmacy, A
roan. Chemist te luto
J [CB. Ord. Depl
Tho Proprietors ara Native Georgians.
OAMPHOB, CASTOR OIL,
?BALSAM FIR, COD LIVER OIL,
BALSAM COPAIBA ESSENTIAL ODA
ALUM, SUP. 0ARB. SODA,
BORAX, SULPHURIC ACID,
EPSOM 8ALT8, TARTABIO ACID,
GLAUBER SALTS, CREAM TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, CONCENTRATED LYH,
BAL SODA, BILIOATE OF SODA,
TURPENTINE, ?ko., ?ko,
FLINT AND GREEN GLASS,
ALL SORTS AND SIZES,
FLUID EXTRACTS, ETHERS,
TINCTURES, SUGAR COATED PELLS, oto,
Any Preparations made to order.
_N~o. 238 King-street?.
HEGEMAN'8 COD LIVER OIL,
HEGEMAN'8 ELIXIR OF BARK,
HEOEMAN'S PREPABATIONS IN FULL,
WORM LOZENGES, Hurley's and Holloways,
AGUE CURES AND AGUE TONICS,
BROWN'S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
BROWN'S TROCHES FOB COUGHS,
PILLS-Hooper's, Clark's, Wright's, Ayer's, ho,
WIN8LOWS SOOTHING 8YBUP, ko., ko.
All other most popular and reliable.
No. 238 King-street?
OLD BROWN WINDSOR, GENUINE LOW'S, f-uoj
styles, large assortment;
LAUNDRY SOAP, ENGLISH BAB; cheaper than TUT?
No. 238 KINGST,
_>To. 238 i-iuij-st
1 Marchit? . lyr