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The Daily __>TewS
TET??SDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 18GG.
The OUI Keeling at Work.
f_Vo? the N. 0. Cretcont.)
Tbosubjointd loUer WOB written bj a negro boy, a
good mechanic onco tbo ?UTO of JOHN ANOBEWS, Esq.,
. sugar planter of lbervillo ptrlsli. It shows the state
Of feeling which oxlsts on tbo .art of senslblo froodaiou
towards tbelr lormer masters, their sttacbment to home,
the.tr appreciation of tbo comforls thoy 01100 enjoyed
and tke protection they exporlonced. Ii loft to the
? guidance of tbi Ir own sentiments froedmen wonld In
most cases return to their homes and resume tbelr for
m ?r bsblts, to enjoy the benefit of the advice and friend
ship of tbelr old masters:
OALY-8TOX, Ma. 81, 1860.
jon AJTO-KWB, _?_, Bayou Qoula, Iborvlllo parish.
My Retpected Old Master: I address yon thus lor the
reason that It is -csprcttul, and because you were ever
kind to mo, as woll ss all thoso who wero your former
?lares. Freedom hsB Ita advantages and disadvantages,
and wbllo we would not go back luto slavery, we aro not
unmindful of the tnauy happy days we havo spent at
onr old home, nor aro we UDgratoful for tho many kind
nesses wo have recolved at j our band both in sloknoss
and health. With these preliminary remarks I acknow
ledge tho receipt of your Xlnd letter, tiirosgii Colonel
A. a. McKeen, and take tho greatest satisfaction and
ploasuro In answering it, and I thank you for your kind
offer, and remembrance of us all. Freedom baa not
turned mo a fool, nor bss It caused mo to entortaln pro
jaillcesllke many others. I feel that I shall over con
duct mytolf so OB to havo the esteom and respeot of all.
We must, if wo expect to get along well, and make a
rapport for ourselvtB and families, command tbo good
will of those out of whom, and through whom, we are
to make money.
I have hoard from my father last Ga -tay. Ho and
family are still at the same place and sends his kind re
membrance to you and tbo folks. He is vory anxious
to go back bou o this fall, lil s contract binds him until
that time. I will go and soo all our folks and tako your
letter with me. and havo It read to thom. I think all
will rotnrn if I can seo thom. It will roquiro sometime
for mo to see thom, and the expenso of travelling wonld
ho something. If you deem It right and for your Inte
rest tbat I sbonld go and soo tbem all I will do BO, but
you must pay my travelling expenses. I will los. the
thno. As for myself, I ara ready to oomo book at any
time, having made no engagements, but I could not
_link of coming and loavlng tho balance behind. I am
tun living in uni Tent?n and doing well-havo several
hands at work with mo and tor me, but at the samo timo
lhere is no pltco like homo. I am Horry to hear that
rou are suffering with rheumatism. I hope it won't
last lo&o. We all wish to be remomberea to Hiss
Emily, virginia, Angela and Caty. I wish to inquire
?bout Wesley. Tell him, If yon know anything about
ihn, that his wito (?later Emily) and throe children are
sell. Tell Aleok Meckin I am glad ho is at home, and
-at ha did not mm fool like a groat many o thora. Hts
orother Jook's wife (alary) and son Jaok ?m both well.
I don't think wo all will havo any dUUoalty In getting
back. If any of tbem should lack anything I will help
them ovsr, and we will arrango that between na. I don't
mow wheu>?-o_ know of the death of my wife. She
lied lMt,VcV,,^;,ir9'iodled happy, and bas gone from
_-* !____ ____** _??.."-?? I would l&e to hear
_om William Talbsrt ??.?_,_. to lot mo know about
fi_?_-s ars well; also his brother Ham. _-*-T_?3_??_
Jenny that her gTandson Abraham is married. Teu
Annt Polly her son Cuffy is married. Tell Mr. Allon that
Thoa Wood Is alco marrlel. Now in oencluslon, all I
_kv? to say I?. *Mt If you want me for any special pur
pose, before weall get ready to move back, all you havo
to do Is to writ? me, and I will oomo to yon. In writing
to me direct yttr letter to Colonel A. O. MoKoon as you
aid before ant- will bo certain to got it. This leaves mo
woll. and I hoo will dod you and all the family, white
_nd black, wo and happy.
. Your devoted friend,
p B.-On'' your letters was received and road to the
folks, and _m satisfied was not read right. It Bioted
that you h-^l Um help you wanted, and didn't want
__* moro. 0,jr letter to me satisfied me that wo were
deceived ii?? reading of your letter.
q|fi_.-ilina L_T_t or QOVKIWOH A__KN.-A mel
ancholy fre,t attoohos to all that pertains to tho
lamented1***. f?r which reason tho following letter,
'^ritten t* d'y before his death to a colored servant
who on?jw-?* ulm M * klnd and valuable master,
will ho ?Ptable to onr readers. It is entirely charao
teristlo^0 generous and kind-hearted master and
CITY OF MEXICO, April *, 1866.
_ ?just recolved a letter from Mr. Texada, In
whir mentions your namo, informing me that you
Httng at the State Honse and doing well. I am
a to hear it for you deserve to do woll. I am
ti to bear that you have not forgotten mo, for I
you very often, not only as my faithful Bervant
>r days, but as my companion in arms and on
tptle field. God bless you, Vallery. I don't know
.?shall ever see you again, for It is possible t may
?return. I am now Just about starting on a long
?Infill journey to Paris, to HOO tf I can't get well.
Id Uko so much to have yon along to assist me and
r me up in my exile, but I bave not the means to
your expensos. You must bo temperate and pru
t and industrious, and save your money. If I am
r a rich man again, I will belo you and make you
nfortabla for life, If you should soo any of our peo
. again, toll them that I Bend them all my love. I
ps in God that I shall meet them all once more.
Oood-bye, Vallery-remember my advice. You were
rer true to me, and I will never, never forget your Bar
lee-. God bless you.
Truly your friend, HENBY W. ALLEN.
The Charleston Cotton Market.
The market still continues In an unsettled condition,
and buyers have had their orders cancelled, or aro only
willing to operate at a fall in price. Yesterday the sales
wero confined to some 60 to 76 bales of repaoked Cotton,
at3(_)32c *. ft.
AUGUSTA, June 10.-COXTOK.-We have no change
to make in our last report. Ti.ore wero purobasors in
the market, but holders were not desirous of making
GOLD.-The fact of a heavy decline reported in the
New York market caused quite a panie in operations
both ingold and silver. Gold ?old to-day at 145 to 160,
and silver at 110.
WILMINGTON, Juue 10.-1___| - Salea of 911
bbls at $4 for virgin, $8 for yellow dip, and SI 60 for
hard, per 230 lbs.
flrinrrs TUEI-_NTIN_-Market quiet Sales of 80 bbls
4t 63o for country, and 37 do at 65o for whito In N. Y.
_>kg?; also, 11 bbls at 77o per gallon, tax paid.
Boam-Sales of 77 bbls Common at $1 00 for large
bbls, and 10 do at t_ per bbl; 76 do low No. _ at _ 36 to
X1 60; and 80 do at 6 76 to $7 for Palo.
BACON-Sale of ?000 bbls N. 0. at loo per lb for hog
No sales reported in Cotton.
TIM__?-One raft sold at $8 50 per M. for common
.j ? . '"
MOBILE, June 16.
Stock on hand Sept. 1,1866.bales 21, _X
Bocolved this week.1,605
Exported this week. 3,096
Burned and lost. 4,066-888.08'
( ? ?
-took on hand and on shipboard not oleared..87.6
FuE-urrs-To Europe aro without change. Nothltii
at all going on and quotations about nominal. Coast
wiso there has boen considerable doing, and we note th
engagement of one ship for Boston at ?ko, and since on
schooner for the same port and two schooners for NOT
York at %o, and one steamship for New York at 13_c pe
lb. We quote: To Liverpool ?id; Havre His; coastwts
ports 7sc by ?all and lue hy steam.
BKOXiPTS or COTTON.-The following is the total num
bor of bales of cotton received by the rivers and railroai
since 1st September to date:
By the Alabama Uiver.b.iles. .141,14
By the Tombigbee River. 07,84
By the Warrior ?Ivor. 38.16
Making a total of.bales..401,81
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANH, Juno IS.-COTTON-Tho market con
tinned extremely dull to-day, with the inquiry confino
to a few brokers, who wore unwilling to go on unless a
r?dnc_ rate?, and the sales were consequently confino
to 360 bales, the largest purchaso of which wa? at a prie
showing a t?lling off of 3 If not Se from Wednesday'
figures. There were, however, only a few factors wh
TtTt> w',llnR to make any material concessions, most c
ir m *d"-etloi*. firmly to their previous preleosloni
unaer these circum _DCM WO omit our regular quoti
_a_?__f___l u*?t 0Q Wodnoaday good ordinary rate
? ? _.-____ m?a'Wng at 87 to 89, and middling i
.?-_____-___- B0Od "**.. lo* middling ?old at ?
-The sales for th? throe days ram np 1W0 balei
. >,i i
making a total for tho week of '.1750 l?alos against
6600 last work. The receipts propor for tho week (In
cluding tho arr vals trout Mobile, Florida and TexaB,
whlob aro otu braced in their respnctive ?tatemetits),
oomprtso '.ini bales, agal? st G?t.?8 last week, Bhowiug a
decrease of 1410 brien. Tliu week's exporta embrace
10,850 bales, 3803 of which yvtre to foreign ports, and
aTTATncKaTT OF C/TTOtrT.
Btosk on band 1st -eptembsr, 1R0S.baloa.. 81,239
Received to-day. 1286
Cleared to-day. 6,301
Stock on hand.117.777
The olearancos comprise 1798 bM.-s for Boston, 2S91
for Livorpool, 373 for Bremen, 4M0 for Barcelona.
PUUAB AMD M0LA88KB-Tho rouelpta since yesterday
oomprlai) 41 hbds Sugar, and 20 bbls Molasses from tho
rooat. Tho supplies of Hi.- production of Louisiana
are small, hut those of Cuba are liberal. Holders aro
firm In their viows, although tho demand Is vory limit
ed, and tuo sa'eB to-day aro confin?-d to 20 hhds fair
Louisiana 8'igar at 14o, aud 16 clarified at 16 ??;o por lb.
A lot of 13<l boxea Cub? Sugar sold on prlvato terms.
Ihoro wero no BSIOB of Molasses. A small retail busi
ness is doing in Louisiana Hugar at 13 to 14c per lb for
common to fair, 14% to 16o for fully fair, 10%c for
primo, 16% to IGofor yollow clarified, and 16% to 16%c
for white. Cu"a Sugar Is retal in? at 13 to 13%c for No
11. 13%c for No 13, 14 %c for No 14, 16c for No 15, and
17X0 fr No 20.
The previous BOIOB during tho week wero conflnod to
88 hhdB LouisMna Sogar, in four lots, at 14c per lb for
centrifugal, aud 16% to 16o for yollow clarified. 60 bhds
fair Cuba Sugar on priv?te terms, end 15 Porto Blco also
? n private terms. Tho previous sales of Molsssoa wero
confined to 40 bbla common Louisiana Molasses at 66c,
40 and 100 hhds Cuba at 60c pergollon. Wook'a receipts,
1S4 hhds Sugar and 40 bblB Molasses, Loutalsna pro
duction; cloared, 35 hhds Sugar, 237 bbls Molasses.
Tho imports comprise 1407 hhds, 100 tierces, sod 6061
boxes Sugar, 664 hhdB, 20 tierces, and 739 bbla Molasses
FBXiaHTS-A bark was taken up for Havre yesterdsy
at l S'o P*r lb for cotton. There is moro offsrlng coast
wise, but foreign freights continue very dull. The ratea
are lo per lb for cotton and 80c per bbl for flour by ateam
for Now York and Boat n, and Ho per lb and 60o per
bbl by Ball. Tho rates for Liverpool are %d per lb for
ootton by sail and lo for Havre.
MEMPHIS. June 17.-Conon-The market yester
day oponed ?lull, aa usual on Saturday, with fe * buyers
on the market. Holders wore asking 35 to 36o for Mld
oling. A few sales were msde In the morning at those
figures, but the steamer's news and unsettled condition
of the New York market had a tendency to depress the
m ?rket here, and prices declined lu the afternoon from
1 to 2 centa. War on the continent scorn? Inevitable.
The New York dlspatoboa report ootton entirely nomi
nal at 38 to 40c. Toe steamer'a news, adth Liverpool
dates of the 7th says, Ootton dedlnod %d. Middling
Uplands 14 ?-id. Sates lu four days of 46,000 balea. Con
ference abandoned and war inevitable. Tho unfavora
ble newe of tho Liverpool market hsa affected the mar
ket here, and we fear the staple will have to suffer ano
ther reverse. Owing to the unsettled condition of the
market there waa little or nothing done in the ?fur
noon. We quote a few sales msde in the morning of
Middling st 35 to 36c; Low Middlln, at 03 to 8S%o. We
give the following quotations ts nominal:
Good Ordinary.?9 @3J
Low Middling.31 ?392
HvrivA Middling.86 @36
Good Middling.37 @_
BALTIMORE, Juna 10.- Corran-Tho market is un
settled under the advance of gold. We have only to re
port, late yesterday, 100 bags Rio at 26% to 26c, curren
cy. Gold quotations are nominally unchanged.
FLOUR-Our market was very quiet. Tho only sales
reported were 100 bbla Western Super at $0 GS, and
aomo small lots common do $9 25; 100 bbla common
Western Extra $10 76. At the close there was a firmer
feeling, particularly for good fresh ground. We ropeat
Howard s'reot Super and cut Extra.......none.
Howard atreot Extra Shipping.11.M A 12.60
Howard atreet do. retailing.13.CO @ 18.60
Howard street Family.14.60? 15.50
Ohio Shipping Extra.10.60 (gi 11.BO
Ohio Batalling.12.60 O 18.60
Ohio Family.".?.00 @ 15.60
Northwestern Super.0.25? 0.76
Northweatarn Extra.10.75 <_} 11.60
City Milla Super.9.75 @ 10.0*
City Mills Shipping branda.14.00? 14.60
City Mills Standard Hxtra..11.25? 11.60
Baltimore, Walch'? * Oreeafleld Family... 17.60 @ 00.00
Baltimore high grade Extra retailing.16.60 ? 00.00
Rys Flour, new.0.M <_? 6.60
Corn Meal-City Milla and Brandy wine.... 4.83 <a 6 60
G BAIN.- Wheat-1000 bushels red comprised the of
ferings on 'Change, of which 300 bushels prime sold at
$3 10. We also noticed the sale of 4000 buihols Canada
white, from store, at $3. Corn waa in moderate reoelpt,
6800 bushels white and 2400 bushela yellow. Demand
good and ?ricos further advanced 4 couta on whits, with
salea of 620 bunhcJs common at $112; 3500 bushela do,
prime, at $1 16, aloalng $1 16 offered; 1800 bushels yel
low sold at 90 to 97o. nye-383 bushels received and
sold at $1 20 to 1 26, nearly all at tue latter. Oats
Receipts light, particularly Maryland and Pennsylvania?,
Sales of 800 bushels at 73 cents. Heavy Western are lu
good aupply and dulL No aoles reported.
MOLASSES_We report sales of 60 bbls Cuba at 63 ota.
and 10 bbla Porto Bloo at 73 ct? per gallon.
PBOVISIOMB.-Our market baa boen much oxolted to
day, and all descriptions of the hog product ateadtly
advancing. Mess Pork dosed at $?,4 to $35-no sales,
but supply light and held at these figures. Bacon
opened with sales at 10% to 10 cents for cboulders, and
19 centa tor Sides, and subsequently advanced with sales
at 10% to 16% cents for Shoulders, and 19% to 1?>?
cents for Sides, and at the close some holders were
asking 17 and 19 cents. Last evening Bulk Shoulders
Were sold at 14% cents; to-day 33 hhds brought 15 conti,
and for Sides l8 centa were refused at the close, though
early In the day there were sales of 100 boxes short
Middles at 17% cents, and 12 hhds at 17% cents. Bacon.
-Hams are firm at 23 to 25 cents, with tendency to ad
vance. Lard.-Late on Friday 100 bbla Western sold at
liy, cents, to-day held at 23 conta We report salea of
60 Horons, butchers', at 21% cents; 25 do do 24 conta.
SALT.-On account of the enhanced premium on gold,
dealers have advanced tho price of Ground ?Hum to
$2 25, at which they ure now holding. Fin? la unchang
ed. We quote Marshall's and Worthingtons fine at
$3 25, and bran da less known 16 centa leas. Turk's
Island Is steady at 60 cents per bushel.
SKJtns.-We quote Clover $6% to $7; Flax $3 per
SOOAB.-We have only to notlco aalea of 13 hhds
Porto Blco at 12% to 13% cents; 84 do Cuba at l8 to 14
couts. Owing to the heavy advance to-day In gold the
markst is completely unsettled, and In the abaenoa of
transactions of moment, quotations are difficult to
WHISKEY. - Very little inquiry; a mall salsa only re
ported at $2 31; bupply light.
PHILADELPHIA, June 16.-OOTTON.-Thero le no
material change to notice lu price or demand. About
120 balea of middlings aold In lota at prices ranging from
40 to 42o per lb.
GBOOXBISS.-We hear of no aalea of either sugar 01
00Uno worthy of notice, ond ?ricos continue unsottlod. fl
F LOU u.-The market la firm and the a to ok of the
higher gradas reduced to a low figure. Some holders are
indifferent about realising at present prices. There li
no shipping demand, but the home consumera are pur
chasing freely. Salea of 1400 bbls in lots at $8 60 for su
perfine; $0 to 10 for extras: $11 to 12 for Northwest ex
tra family, lndudlng a lot of 200 bbls fanoy at the lattei
rata) Pennsylvania and Ohio do dp at $12 to 14 GO, and
fancy branda at $15 to 16 per bbl. lu rye flour no chango.
500 bbls Brandy wine corn meal sold on secret terms,
GHAIH-Thorn la very little good wheat coming in,
and It la held firmly. In the absence of sales, we quote
Spring at $2 87 to 2 46, and fair and choleo red at $2 7(
to 3. Bye is higher ; 600 bushela Pennsylvania sold at
$1 SO. Corn oomes forward slowly, and la In demand at
further advance; aalea of 7000 bushela of yellow afloat
. and in store at 97 to lOOo, and part on secret terms. Oat*
are steady at 70o for Delaware, and74ofor Pennsylvania
, Nothing doing in harley malt. Oats aold at 63 to 65c.
5 The receipt's to day are 1100 bbls flour, 8650 bushel
I wheat, 4075 bushels oom, 6900 bushels oats.
I'noviHioNH-Prices ha>vo an upward tendenoy, owloc
to the rapid advanco in gold. Small sales aro making a
81 to $32 per bbl for now moss pork, 20 to 26o per lb foi
plain and fanoy horns, 20o for pickled do, 14% to 15o foi
salt ahouldors, and 23c per lb for pilme tierce lard
Eggs eell at 27 to 28o per dozen.
HERDS-cloverseed 1B in demand ; sales of prime ar.
making at 7 60 to $8 per 64 lbs. Timothy ia quoted a
6 to $5 60 per buahel. Flaxseed continues boaroe and li
demand at $8 30 per bushel.
8 WHISKEY-The demand la limited. Small sales c
4 Pennsylvania bbls at 2 24 to $-2 26, and Ohio at 2 28 t
1 $2 29 per gallon.
5 .1 f y .1 ? ?
PILABEa OF TH? MOOH.
d Last Q. 6th, ?h. 53m. mornlFlrat Q. 10th, 6b. 25m. eve
t New M. 12th, 411. 47m. oven b*ull M. 37th, 1 Oh. 15m. eve
11..86 l Morn
Por steamship Emily B Souder, from Now York
A Getty, MisBiiotty, Mrs Sly. Miss Eirklund, Mra Ash
iiolmer, Morton Towoi, Mrs 8ml h and norvant, John T
Marshall, O H Burhams, Oapt li Uolgate, Bev Mr Mey
PORT OK CIIAKLKNTllN
Arrived Yesterday. I3\jltn'.0
Rtoamshlp Emily B Souder, Lockwood, Now York_
loft Saturday, P M. Mdze. To A Getty k Co, Willis
k Chisolm, Brown k Hnger. Bollmann Bros, J Oom
min?, dark k Gruber, Chisolm Bros, J A Cook k Co, M
Drake, Craig. Tuemoy & Co. P Fogarty. Fraser k Dill,
W Gurney, W Kuoblock, King A Cassldey. Knight k
Randolph, MohrtonB k Wohltmonn, W MattbiesseD, B
O'Neill, Muller k Mmlts, Mantouo k Co, H T Peake, W
Roaoh, Railroad A?ont, J N Robson. Bouthern Express
Co, L Schnell k Co, O Stockley, Street Broa k Co, J B B
Sloan. G W Btoffens k Co, L Welakop, O W Williams k
Co, Cameron, Barkley k Co, P H Ep?tin, T M Graham,
P Winneroon, J Walker, I E Hertz k Co, MrsOttolengul,
Oapt B W Lockwood, B R Richter.
Bark Addio Decker (now), Pennell, Bath, Mo, 23 ?lays.
Hay. To G A Locke k Co.
Sehr Dunderburg, from Cooper River. 604 bbls Lime.
To Trout k Amebury.
Cleared Ymtorrlay. [JUME 20
Bohr Yankee Blade, Coomba, 8t John's, N B, via George
town, 8 C-J H Risley.
Sehr Florence Rogers, Bogors, Darien, Geo-H F Ba
ker ft Co.
Behr A F Kindburg, Thomas, BucksviUe, 8 O-W Roach.
Went to Sea. Yesterday. (JUNK 20
Sehr Yankee B'ade, Coombs, Georgetown, S 0.
From tilla Port.
Sohr Wononah, Tall, Baltimore, Juno 16.
Up for tilla Fort.
Steamship Lulu, Childs, at Baltimore, to aail June 23. -
Steamship John Gibson, Young, at Baltimore, to Ball
The brig Potomac, Snow, from Bockport, Me, for thia
port, sailed from Holmes' Holo, Juno 16.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
VTILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGHT TO ANT POINT IN
THE OITY, FREE OF
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President, Augusta, Ga.
?. S. HULL, Agent,
S. W. OOBNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL A8S0RTMBNT OF CLOTHS, CAB
8IMERE? ABD VE8TINQ8 can be had, together
with a choleo assortment of j
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods?
LIKEN AMD WJflLIN SHIBTS^msdo .toTorder, In _ny
lylo that assy be doairod.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give his special attention to the
As usual. lyr June 7
LOUIS D. D-SAUSSURE,
BBOEEB & COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOR THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c,
AND HALE OF
Cotton, Naval Stores and Produce.
OFFICE NO. 913 BROAD-STKHET,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Maroh 27 titthaD tus3mo
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AGENTS FOR MAN?DA?TTJRED TCBAO0O,
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Exchange Broker ana Collection Agent,
No. 220 Broad Street, Augusta, tia.,
Buys and soils on Commission, GOLD and SILVRB
COIN. BANK NOTES, BONDS, COUPON? and STOCK!
of all -Inda, and EXCHANGE.
Also Collecta for all part? of the United States, and
makea remittances promptly.
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ii BA_AB, E. H. BODOEHU .t CO., Charleston S. O.
June 16 atutbSmoa
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIb HOTEL l8 NOW OPENED ON THE BUROPEA1
PLAN. I* baa been remodelled and refurnlahei
ih roughout. The travelling pnbllo, transient visitors, o
others, will find In it all the luxuries of a FIBST-OLA8
BBTABLIBHMENT, combined with the comforts o
The location la one oitha mott airy and pleasant fo
? o ramer. A Billiard galoon for the lovera of thi
Healthful oxcroJse Is attached. No pains or o rp en s
. pared to give ontire aatlefkotlon.
Uay 19 V. OPDEBEECK.
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By the use ?f this Bitters
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OOME RENEWED WITH ALL THE YIGOB
Impaired constitutions are rebuilt, and the patient io
. short time regains
Vigor, Health., and Strength.
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS,
E-i-IUiig from Disorders et the Digestive Organs!
Constipation, Inward Plies, Fulness of Blood to the
Hoad, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart,
burn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight
In the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink
ing or fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head,
Hurried and Difficult Breath*
in*, Fin ttsrlng at the ,
Ohoaking or Suffocating
Sensation when in a Lying Pos
tare, Dnllnass of Vision,
Webs before the Sight, Fever
add Dull Pains ia the Head, Dofl
ciency of Perspiration, Yelkiwnesa of
the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back,
Ohoit, Limbe, Etc., Sudden Flushes of Heat, Earning in
the Flosh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and
great Depression of Spirits.
THAT THESE BITTERS
CONTAIN NO BUM OR WHISKY,
AND OAN'T MAKE DRUNKARD..
IS NOT A
BUT A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VBGBTABLB
-REN FROM ALCOHOLIC STIMULANT OR INJURI
It cannot lnaldloualy lntroduoo tho viee of Drunken
ness Into the bosom of your famille--to your wile, you
ohUdron, or your friends.
Or others whose systems have become Impaired by hard
ships or disease, will And In this Bitters a tonlo that w
restore them to all their original vigor.
These Bitters have performed more cures I
GIVEN BETTER 8ATIBFAOTIONI
HAVE MORE TESTIMONY 1
HAVE MOBE RESPECTABLE (PEOPLE TO VOUCH
Than any other article In the market We defy any on
to contradict this assertion,
AND WILL PAY $1000
To any one that will produce a Certificate published by
as that Is not _____?_?
BEAD WHO BATS SO.
FROM THE HON. THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
WASHTKOTO-, January 1, 18?34.
Gentlemen:-Having stated it verbally to you, I har
no hesitation In writing the fact, that I exporlouoe
marked benefit from your Hoofland's German Bitter i
During a long and tedious session of Congress, presaln
and onerous duties nearly prostrated roo. A Und fr?en
suggested the use of the preparation I have named,
took his advice, and the result was improvement o
health, renewed energy, and that particular relief I se
mnoh needed and obtained. Others ma/ be similarly
advantaged. If they desire to be.
Truly your friend. THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
From Rev. W. D. Belg?ied, Pastor of Twelfth Bap 11
P-__>_j?__, December 34, 186--?___, Jones A
Evans-Gentlemen:-I have recently been labeling un
der the distressing effects of Indigestion, acoompanle
by a prostration of the norvons system. Num?ros
reme-tos were recommended by friends and some o
them tested, but without relist Your Hoofland's Gar
man Bitten were recommended by persons who had
tried them, and whoae favorable mention of the Bisters
nduced me also lo try them. I must confess that I had
an aversion to patent medicines, from the "thonsan
and one" quack "Blttors," whoso only sim seems to b
to palm offBweetened and drugged llirnor upon the com
mun I ty, In a sly way; and the tendency of which, 1
fear, Is to make many a confirmed drunkard. Upon
learning that yours was really a msdlolnal preparation
I took It with happy effect Its action not only upon
the stomach but upon the nervous system, was prom p
and gratifying. I feel that I have derived great and pe
manent boneflt from the use of a few bettlet. Very re
pecti-Uy your-. W. D. SEiGFIUED,
No. 251 Shackamaxon-stroet.
BEWARE OP OOTJ_-___BIT8.
_*e that tho signature of "0. M. JACKSON" is on th
WRAPPER of oaoh bottle.
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SUCCESSORS TO 0. M. JACKSON _ OO.
For sale by Dr-gglnte and Dealers In ever/ town li
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