Newspaper Page Text
The Daily N"ews.
TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3,1866.
8lNT JEEMES' PAHIHII.
Mr. Editur: I sposo you boam toll of aiob a
placo au Bint Jeemes' Tarisb. Well, I'so a livin
thar riht mong Undo Ban?'a starvin niggers.
Now, Mr. Editur, I ain't no politiciun, I ain't no
Bpccilatur, a plantin cotton on other people's land,
I aint sucked no guvermcut pap siuco tho bust
up; but as poor old Aunt LUEO? used to say,
JKI.MKM, my boy, you ain't no fool. No I ain't ;
I'so got oyos fur to ?00 and brains fur te know
I soos Uncle Sam's swarm of Agents ain't a
brawlin long boro, nor his spocilaturs to help poor
Cutty, and tharupon I knows 'taiut arter holpin
poor Cliffy iu tho piuy woods those follera are a
drivin. Comin to the piut, what aro they driviu
arter? Why, incourse, artor a holpin thom no1 von
whar Cutty's work grows tho most. I call this yor
arguyin squar up.
Now, Mr. Editur, I'so a oloau, squar and strait
ANDY JOHNSON man, and if ho ain't got no likiu
far barwteckriBy he is all right on tho plumb,
and ain't got no uso for abuaoB and misuses nary
Tharupon, Mr. Editur, I wants to know who
tends to Mr. JOHNSON'S privato and confidential
letters, specially as thom two Gincral Buporvisors
of his'n ain't beou this way to ax mo nothin. I
reckon thoy sood passin down tbo It. R. thar was
no chanco for spcoilatin hore
I wants much to writo Mr. JOHNSON without
tyin up my views in red tapo, fur every Capt.,
Col. and Qincral to read fust, and tack his arguy
ment on tho back in wiitin tell it all raus to moon
shine. I wants that great man to git the puro
I'so anxious to rccomond some improvements,
specially as no ouo socmB to caro much bout this
short staple country np hore.
. Ho has got an officer ridin around boro, a right
clover feller in his way, but he ain't caloiUtod for
an oxpress rider, and folks says his vieitiu is ?careo
as "hen's teoths."
You seo, Mr. Editur, we bahit got co 3oa Island
lorjgjLtapfrT marah mud up hore, and there is no
specilaturs or greoubacks hero to food Cutty till
fall. I eposo that's why we poor piny woods folks
can't get a look at many bluo coats and furlucrs
Tho niggers, poor critters, is a lookin mihty
bad, and gittin shaky in the knees. One half is a
doin almost nothin cept runin ou to starvin, and
tother half is a belpin thom fast. I boara one six
footer tether day say he had tree acre and a half
in grass, and he was a tryin to hoe tho crap out of
These sorter things won't do in this age of en
lightenment and ?lantrofy, an I'so really anxious
bout < taffy's starvin, or rather stealin In prefer
ence to starvin, for he's a comin strait to my tetter
patch I'me afeard.
If the hoad dineral of yer Bureau has a notion
to como hero, for I hearn he is a mighty good
staitforad man, and ain't a spoculatin whar ho
oughtn't, Borne of we piny woods folks might show
him round. I'so got a Borter curosity to seo him,
and let him soo and saroh for himself.
.Thar's no UBS, tho, a talkin bont it; Ouffy's corn
crib is mostly ompty, corn is three months off, and
he wants somebody's money to help him, or II?B
crib won't bo no fuller harvest time than jiet at
present, specially whon ho trots to town every
Friday or Saturday with green corn and prog
ginerally to sell.
Mr. Editur, thom folks up here what's let Cutty
had his own way plantin this year won't loose
much and they won't make much, oeptin gainin
Coffy's good will, and abo win him that plantin suc
cessfully aint natral but aquirod, and that's a
"huckleberry bovo hiB persimmon." Thom
folks what's contracted 'a bound to loose ground.
Cutty can be counted on here for half day's work;
add to this yer fifty cents to one dollar forfeit per
week for absence and Ouffy's rations drawn, and
then on t'other side grass eating up your share
of the crap, and whar is yer prouts ?
When it comes to a dividin Cutty will bo insolv
ent, the little grain, &c, on hand won't be hiB,
but to keep bis children from starvin; and them
what's contracted will jist find out this gama to bo
one-sided, when they ain't got no more to go on.
You seo Cutty knows Uncle Sam sont a Gardine
down this yer side fur to keep rebels, not pediera
and sharpers, from posin on thom, and I tell yer
what, he could run right strait to headquarters
when we poor folks tackle him; but they is got all
that out and dried now down at the Citadel; and
as I beon arguin up to this pint I seed was a
comin long ago, Cutty tnrned right round and
posed on himself.
But, Mr. Editur, ain't this thing orter been ward
ed off afore now when it's no use ?
Aint Unole Sam Gardine for Cutty to look arter
this too, to sarch into tho health and prosperity of
his wards, and to seo what's a doing here ? Aint
the poorer tho country the greater the necessity
for Buch a Barching?
Mr. Editur, I aint no scholar, but accordin to
my notiun a "Gardine ad lite em" ia Uko my dad
dy was to mo and John when we were boys. He'd
ride round, and put me and John behind the
plough to keep tho kittle bilin. He didn't havo
any sich humbug notiun that we was a g wine to
send arter him to set and keep us te work. He
waa thar to look for himself overy chance ho had,
when ho was no whars else, and if we did
come to pinchin afore harvest, Daddy fought and
fought tell be git round it.
Mr. Editur, bein bow it is, aint this "Gardine ad
lite em" gwine te shell out some hard tack to Clif
fy twixt now and fall ? I'so a poor man and dubius
bout my corn and tetter patch, if Undo Sam don't
holp his new-born critters horo.
Ain't ho orter aeon arter Cutty more in this poor
and boni ted region, where Dumble Beos git on their
knees to stick the cotton blossom, than ho has
been a doin ?
No schools, no school marms here, and nary
nothin else but Yankee corn over comes up hore,
turning out half grits and half hux.
Hopiu I ain't imposed much on your time, Mr.
Editur, in givin you the news of this yer country,
and spooling the name of that feller writin for
Mr. JOHNSON, as I wants to give the President a
riuklc, I ami*.
Your humble servant,
JEEMES FROM ST. JEEMES.
P.S.-I got more to say yet, Mr. Editur, on the
Nigger'? Contracting, if yor wants my viows. Jist
aay how far I'so to go, for I ain't arter hurtin nary
one's feelins, white nor black, but wants to see
Mr. JOHNSON'S meanina and intentions put
THE FENIAN prisoners at Canandaigna have
been indicted for a breach ol the neutrality laws
of the United States.
Colored Men at the North.
Many of tho Northern papore aro eo strikingly
full of projoota for tho equality of tho colorod
man that a disiutorostod looker on would supposo
that all tboir actions would bo in accordance with
tho views which they havo BO count ant I y put forth,
bnt tho following ie ono among othor casca which
oxhibit with much forco tho hollowness of thoir
professions. Wo copy it from au English paper:
A COLOnED OENTLEMAN'S KXrEMENCE IN NEW TOM.
Mr. J. Spiere Baker, a Liverpool gentleman just
rctumod from New York, has received tho follow
iin; letter from a colored goutleman, a barrister
of tho Middlo Templo, who WHO a feHow-psa-ciigcr
on hoard Kio Coreican from Ni w York to Nassau,
describing tho auuoynncos to which n man is ex
posed on account of hie color in Now York :
2GTU AVHIL, 18GC.
DEAR Stn,-lu complianco with your request
foran account iu writing of tho treatment 1 rc
ocivod on my lato short visit to tho city of Now
York, U. S.,I ehnll confino my maternent simply
to the facts of tho case, without noto or com
ment, leaving to yourself, and to thoso to whom
you denim to make known this state of affairs,
and tho prejudices which continuo to exist with
Northerners, against negroes and persons of
color, to form your own opinion in tho matter. I
would promise that I was by no means surprised
at tho treatment I received, having on a previous
occasion oxporionccd similar or even woree from
tbo hands of theso abolitionists and humanita
rians Having been oallod to tho bar at Middle
Temple, London, after remaining in England for
a short period, tho better to prepare mysolf for
tbo practico of my professional duties at homo, I
luit Southampton by the Hamburg steam packot,
Saxonia, for my nativo country, -Din Now
York. Aftor a very ploasant aud comfor
table voyage of ton days, we arrived off Now
York, and I wao requested by two of my fellow
Sassongere to go to the eamo hotel with thom. I
cclinou doing so, giving as a mason that sad ex
perience had taught mo that I should not bo ad
mitted in a first-class hotel in Now York. I had
bnt a few days to await the departure of tho
British mail steamship, and I would endeavor to
find somo retired corner during that timo. My
friends assured me that such state of affairs had
ceased to exist since tho war; that I should find
an agrooablo chango, and, if mich was not tho
case, if I would submit to. tho humiliation of a
refusal, tboy would like to bear witness of such
conduct aftor a fair representation of my position
had been made. Persuaded, though by no means
convinced, I accompanied them to Fronoh's Hotel,
opposite tho City Hall. On ontoring my name in
the register, tho clerk turned round aud consult
ed with the junior partner of the house; from
their manner my friends and self easily conject
ured the subject of conversation, and I desired to
withdraw from the place; but thoy insisted on my
remaining, and one of thom, w< 11 known to tho
Proprietor, remonstrated on my behalf. All that
could obtain was permission for tbo present to
remain nntil the senior had been consulted. This
was on Hundav morning, and before noon I was
informed that I should heve to leave next morn
ing; in consequence of wbioh I went out with my
friends to secure some place of shelter, but failed
at several German hotels. At Jogol'e Hotol, in Bar
clay street, I applied,arrangement s were agreed to
as to tho charge, a room was chosen, ana my ef
fects were to have been brought from the Saxo
nia on Monday morning. I slept that night at
Fronoh's Hotel, and before leaving next morning
applied at the restaurant for a cup of coffee, and
was refused, as persons of color were not enter
tained thero. Wo then proceeded to Jpgel's,
whero I obtained a cup of coffee, but the proprie
tor regretted that he could not accommodate me,
as several anti-abolitionists were residing at his
hotel, and refused to remain under tho same roof
with mo. Under theso trying circumstances I re
turned to the Saxonta, reported my difficulties to
Captain Moior, who very kindly allowed me the
use of the state room I had occupied on the voy
age, and accommodated me until the date of sail
ing of tho British packet. I cannot but here ac
knowledge my gratitude for this act of kindness,
as well as for his kind attention during the voy
age to New York. I need scarcely add that I bad
not the temerity to scok admission at any thea
tres, &c, former experience having taught me
that it would be useless to do BO; for at that time,
even at Trinity Church, I found that there was no
place for colored persona. Such, air, are the par
ticulars you requested of me, hastily written
when within three hours' distance of my much
loved island homo.
I am, dear sir, yonrs truly,
GEHMAU INFLUENCE IN RUSSIA.-From the St
Petersburg correspondence of tho New York
Herald we take tho fobowing extract:
Of domestic occurrences, tho most remarkable
is the sudden collapse of Mr. Katkoff, tho re
doubted editor of the Moscow Gazette What
ever may be said against him. it must bo admit
ted that ho is tho first man through whom tho
press became a power in Russia, and there is no
telling whore tho government that now persecutes
him would be if, by tho burning eloquence of bia
leading articles, he had not excited an enthusiasm
throughout the country which carried it Bafely
through all external and internal dangore. But,
not satisfied with exterminating the Poles, Eau
KofY wanted to exterminate the Germans too, who
tye strong in court and family interest, and whose
ramifications extend through all tho machinery of
government, and through every department of
social life, trade, industry, science and literature.
For a time he was allowed to have hie fling, and
to denounce every ono whose name does not end
in "off" or "sky," and many who rejoice in these
magical terminations, as traitors, spies, robbers
and apostates, ia, bnt Anally the Minister of the
Interior interfered with an avertissement Katkoff
refused to insert it, which called down a second;
this he also ignored, and then a third followed;
which, by the terms of our press law (copied from
the French), involves the suspension of tho paper
to which the warning is given. If, upon this.
Katkoff had retired with a dignified protest, and
resumed his place in the ranks of the professors
of the Moscow University, he would havo had
public opinion on bia sido and havo been extolled
as a martyr to the cause of Russian nationality;
but unfortunktely be lost his head, and instead of
braving tho storm, ho decamped clandestinely
from Moscow, and is said to have left the country.
This was a fatal error, for tho days have gone by
when a writer could be sent to Siberia for a news
paper article, and be might have stayed where he
was without the slightest personal risk, whoreas
now he is universally ridiculed for his want of
Eluck, and will hardly over rogain tbe influence
e once possessed. The MOBCOW Gazette was to
havo been suspended for three months; but the
university, whoso proporty it is, having repre
sented to the Government that the stoppage of a
paper so generally road would be a sonrcoof great
inconvenience to tbe public, it has been allowed
to re-appear under the editorship of Professor
This writer donies the authenticity of the rumor
that the Government of the Czar will enter into
any allianco with Austria; and says that such an
alliance would cost ALEXANDRE his throne. That
the feeling against Austria is vory strong among
the people; and that the utmost that Austria can
expoct of Russia in the coming war is a strict
neutrality. And circumstances may ocour to
make it an armed and unfriendly neutrality.
--?-?a . .
THS MEMPHIS RIOTS.-The roport of an inves
tigation of tho Memphis riots, made by Colonel
Johnson, Inspector General of the Department of
Kentucky and Tennessee, and Major Gilbroth,
Aid to General Howard and Assistaut Commis
sioner of the Freodmen'a Bureau, has been made
public. Thoy say that the remoto oauso of the
riots was tho ill-feeling existing betweon the low
whites and blacks, both of whom are about equal
in intelligence, being as degradoa as human
beings can bo, and each advancing rival claims to
superiority over the other. Tho diroot cauao was
a collision betweon tho police and the dieoharged
colored soldiers. The civil authorities took no
official action in tho mattor whatever. Tho City
Recorder made a speech to the mob, urging them
to kill the entire nigger race and barn up tho
oradlo. Tho quarters of Goneral Rnnklo were
also threatened with destruction. Throe negro
churches, eiicht school houses, five of which be
longed to tho United States, and about fifty pri
vate Iwollings, occupied oxclnsively by negroes
wore burned. The loss to the Government and
tho negroes will foot up $98,300, and probably
JWTRUPTURB CURED I-WHITE'S PATENT
LEVER TRUSS I? warranted to cure RUPTURE radi
cally. Power Is made strong or light at pleasure
No pressura on tho BACK or CORD. Bold wholosal?
and retail. Pamphlets froo.
WHITE'S PATENT LKVER TRUSS CO.,
No. ?OB Rroadway, N. Y.
HO- SPECIAL NOTI( !!?;.? "U K KATOA K H FROM
little acorns grow." Tbo worst diseases knowu to the
oman race spring from causes so small as to almoRt
ely detection. Tho volumes of scientific loro that HU
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and olaboratc those facts.
Thon ((narri yourselves while yon may. The smallest
pimple on the skin Is a toll-talo and Indicator of dlscaxo;
It may fade and dlo away from tbo snrfaco of the body,
bill It will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
'JO the result aud anal close. MAGGIEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, aud DIARRHEA PILLS onro where all
others fall. While for Burns, Scalds, Chllblaina, Ont?,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGIPL'S Salve la in
fallible. Bold by 3. MAQOIEL, Ho. 43 Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggists, at 35 cents per box.
September 38 _ lyr
aW BATCHELORS HAIR DYEt-THE ORIGINAL
?nd best hi the world I The only t ruo and perfect HAIR
DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces
Immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with?
ont Injuring the hair or skin. Romodies the 111 effoots o
bad dyes. Bold by all Druggist?. The genuine Is signed
tFILLTAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
RECEN BRATINQ EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEURB,
For restoring and Beautifying tho Hair.
CHARLES BATOHELOB. Now York.
August 17 lyr
aa-MARRIAOE AND CELIBACY,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Sion.
Also, Dlsessos and Abusos which prostrato the vital
powers, with sure means of roliof. Sent free of charge
In sealed letter envelopos. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
?r COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS CELE
BRATED Toilet Soap, In auch universal demand,
s made from the choicest materials, la mild and
.mollien! In Its nature, fragrantly scented, and
oitromoly beneficial in Its action upon the akin. Vor
aale by all Druggists and Fancy Gooda Dealer*.
tar ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES made to order and Inserted by Drs. F.
BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by
BoissomtXAU, of Parla), No. 609 Broadway. New York.
tar AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYES
made new, without ?poetados, Doctor or Medlolne
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents. Address
K. B, FOOTE. M. D" No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
?S-ITOH1 ITOH1 ITOH1 BORATO H,l
8CRATOH! SCRATCH 1 WHEATON'8 OINTMENT
will euro the itch In 48 hours. Aleo euros Salt lib oura,
Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Ernptions of the Skin. Price
60 cents. For sale by all druggists. By sending 00
cents to WEEKS k POTTER, Sola Agents, 170 Washing
ton street Boston, It will be forwarded by mall, free of
postage, to any part of the United State?.
Juno 4 Brnos
JWTHE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT
| TEES la without precedent In the history of the world.
There la no secret in tho matter. They are at ouco the
most ?reedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis
covered. It require? hat a single trial to understand
this. Their purity can always be relied npon. They
aro composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Obsmomilo Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergroon, Auls?, Oloverbuds, Orange-peel,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
They aro especially recommended to clergymen, pub
He ?pcakers, and person? of literary habita and Beden
tary life, who require tree digestion, a relish for food,
and clsar mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons are certain to find
in these Bitters what they havo so long looked for.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miaamatlo and intermittent fever?.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They euro Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morons.
TJhoy core Liver Complaint and Nervana Headache.
They are the best Bitters In the world. They make
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
The following startling and emphatic statements can
be seen at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. F. Cauro, Chaplain of the 107th New
NEAB ACODTA CBBXK, March 4th, 1803.
Owing to tho great exposure and terrible decomposi
tion after the battle of Antlotnm, I waa utterly prostrat
ed and very sick. My stomach wonld not retain medi
cine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DRASE, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appotlto. To my great surprise they
gave me Immediate roliof. Two bottles almost allowed
me to join my regiment. * * * . Ibavo since seen
thom used In many oases, and am free to say, for hos
pital or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Bev. E. F. CRANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Rev. N. E. Gru?s, St. Claireville, Pa.
GENTLEMEN:-Too. woro kind enough, on a former oc
casion, to send me a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for $8 60. My wife having derived so much
benefit from the UBO of these Bitters, I dealre her to
continue them, and you will please send us six bottles
more for the money enclosed.
I am, very truly, yours,
N. B. GILD8, Pastor Ger. Ref. Church,
8oj.Diz.B8' HOME, Buraanrmmzm's Omot, )
CINCINNATI, OHIO, Jan. 10th, 1888. j
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
our noble soldiers who stop hore, more or leas disabled
from various causes, and the effect is marvellous and
Such a preparation aa this ia I heartily with In every
family, in every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent
Dr. W. A. CHILDS, Surgeon of the Tenth Vermont Re
giment, write?:-"I wish otitf soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are tho mest effective, per
fect, and harmless tonto t ever used."
WTLLABD'S HOTEL, >
WASHINGTON, D. 0., May 33d, 1883. J
ap.HTi.EUEN:- We require another supply of your
Plantation Sitters, the popularity of which dally in
creases with tho guests of our houso.
SYKES, CHADWICK k CO.
/ko. Ac ko. ko. ko.
Be sure that every bottle boara the fao-almlle of our
signatnre on a steel plate label, with our private stamp
over the cork.
P. E. DRAKE & CO,
Ne. 909 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Bold by all reapeotable Druggists,- Physician?, Grocers,
Saloons, and country HotelsdoiJer?.
Aprlllf thstulyr ]
?B-DUrOHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER
Maios quick work with flies, and If comtnoncod early,
keepB tho house clear aU tho sutumar.
Look oat for Imitations. Cot DoxriiF.n's only.
mr CHEAPEST STORE IN ME? YORK TO
BDY CHINA. ?LA8S, STONE WAUK, ODTLERY,
8ILVER-rLATEDWAR-E, tin. Always on hand, that
popular, new and beautiful Willi? btono Parisian Din
nor, Tea and Teilet Hein, hauilBoiuo as China, narnu
color and shapes, and half the price. Cull and seo If
you dou't [inrch.-iHii. Goods sent nil over the world.
HADLKY'S, COOPER INSTITUTE,
April 14 stutbamo Middle of tho Rlock.
mr M .II n.IA si.niiaiius CUMASTUU.
PREVENTION AND CORE
As the season advances, and Dysentery, Cholera Mor
bus, attended with Fovern, aro becoming common, s
PREVENTION for the ASIATIC CHOLERA is a necessi
ty with every individual and evory family.
In tho last visitation of Cholera In this country, Dr.
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC was re?arded, whorovor the
pressure on his time allowed it to bo introduced, as the
surest PREVENTIVE und moBt effectual CORE given to
Of thoso who use tho PREVENTIVE faithfully, only
about five per cent, woro attacked, and ef cases treated
tho mortality was IOBB than four por cent.
One-half ounce vi sis.$1.00
Pocket CUBOS, threo throe-quarter vials, aud ho )k of
directions, complote. 3.00
Family cases, three ono-ounco vials, und book,
Sent by mall free on receipt of price.
ANCHOR 8YPHILOID, cures Gonorrhoea, Gloet,
Old urinary Complaints.$2.00
STAR 8YPHILOID (case of threo bottles and book),
cures recent Syphilis, Chancros, Buboes.?ROO
Sent by mall on receipt of prier?.
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Company,
No. 662 Broadway, Now York.
KING & CASSIDEY.
PRATT & WILSON BEOS.
Wa A. BURINE.'
A. \V. KlKEL?? CO., Retail Agents,
No. 231 KINO-STREET, 4th dOorabovoMarket-st.
April 14 stuth?mos ' Charleston, 8.0.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
Thoy aro an antidote to change of water and diet,
The^ overcome effects of dissipation and late horn.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent mlasmatlo and Intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They caro Diarrheas, Cholera and Cholera Morons.
They euro Liver Complaint and Nervona Hoadache.
They aro the boat Bitters In the world. They mak.
tho weak strong, and are exhausted nature's great t*
storer. They are made of pur? St Orolx Bum, the cele
brated OaUsaya Bark, roots and herbs, and are takst
with the pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age
or time of day. Fartlounrly recommended to delloate
persons requiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by all Oro
cars, Druggists, Hotels and SaloonB. Only genuin.
when Cork Is covered by our private U. 8. Stamp. E?
ware ol counterfeits and refilled bottles.
P. H. DRAKE ?CO.,
No. 21 Park Bow, New York.
October 28 stuth ly
K ATHAIBON l8 FROM THE GREEK WOB1
?Kathro," or "Kathalro, " Rignifylng to cleanse
rejuvenate and restore. This article Is what Its name
signifies. For preserving, restoring aud beautifying tht
human hair, It Is the most remarkable preparation In th<
world. It Is again owned and put up by the original
proprietor, and Ia now mode with the same care, skill
and attention which gave It a sale of over one mlRlon
bottles par annum.
It Is a most delightful Hair Dressing,
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and clean.
It makes the hair riohrsoft 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 hea.
of hair should use Lyon's Kathalron. It Is known ano
used throughout the civilised world. Sold hy all r?
spectacle dealers. DEMAB BARNES & CO..
October 28 stuthlyr New York.
HURLEY'S POPULAR WORM CANDY
IS A SPECIFIC FOR WORMS.
IN PALATABLE FOBM, AND WARRANTED TO ODRE.
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
No. 238 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, & O.
FOR CHILLS AND FEVER!
USE TUB BEST
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC
NEVER FAILS -ALWAYS TO BE DEPENDED
upon-nothing more reliable than HDRLEY'8
Will cure Ague and Fover, Chills and Fever, Intermit
tent Fever, Dumb Ague. Every person who has tried
Hurley's Tonto speaks in high terms of it. As a curative
agent it is unsurpassed, and more oertaln than quinine.
No bad results from using Hurloy's Tonto. Everybody
should use Hurloy's Ague Tonio,
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
No. 238 KINO-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. O.
Exchange Broker an? Collection Agent
No. 229 Broad? Street, Augusta, t?a.,
Buys and sells on Commission, GOLD and SILVER
COIN. RANK NOTES, BONDS, COUPONS andSTOOKS
of all kinds, and EXOU ANQE.
Also Collects tot all part? of the United States, and
makes remittance* promptly.
RESEHINOW.-Mossrs. Connia A WILSON, DEOOTTKS
- ii ?AiuR, B. H. RODOEJIS ? Co., Charleston S. O?
?Tune 16 atuth8moa
PRIVATE PARLOR No. 3.
IMPORTANT NEW INVENTION.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE V1BION
THE ONLY PERFECT LENS IN EXISTENCE.
Superior to any other in use-constructed In accordance
with tho sctonco aud philosophy of naturo In tho pecu
liar form uf a
Admirably adapted to tho ' ?neon of Sight, and porfectly
natural to tho oyo, affording altogether tho host artificial
help to tho human vision over invented.
Bold only by tho ProfeBBor of Optics aud Specatcle
Of those Spectacles over all other?, aro ;
1st.-The only true Leila known, being
perfectly freo from chromatic light so well known to be
the cause of injury t J tho vtsiuu, and which makes the
change from Spectacle* t>> Glasses of stronger powers so
often required, while both near and dlstaut objects aro
soon with equal facility thrungli tho same Glasses.
'4il.-Can be worn willi ?n-fect case for
any length of timo at ono sitting, giving astonishing
clearuots of vision, particularly by caudle or othor arti
ficial light-comfort to tho spectacle wearer hitherto un
3d.-When tiir eyes ache or pain through,
the action of a bright light, such as is reflected from
snow, Bunny weather, white paper, and in reading,
writing or sowine, or vivid colored bodies, these looses,
by soften!/); (har a .?, effect a most agreeable sensation
and give g 11 trail .-f.
4th.-In all nervous affections of the ey*
causing doll and startling pains lu tim eye-bull or tem
ple, appearance of luminous and dark spots in the at
mosphere, aching or feeling Uko Band In the eye, the
disturbed nerves are quieted and soothed.
5th.-G roan d by peculiar machinery, got
up at great coat, mathematically calculated expressly
for the manufacture of this lons, so as to produce it with)
the true sphor.cal accuracy, sod its focus is at the exact
cenare, a point of vital importance, and which no other
6th.-Proof of superiority over the old
kind of Spectacles. They aro used exclusively at all the
hospitals for diseases of the eye, in Berlin, Prassle, and
TESTIMONY OF RECOMMENDATIONS'
From Medical gentlemen, Professors of the highest
Opthalmlc talent lu Charleston, 8. C, end In the Union.
0II.4 IILE3TON, 8. G., ofay 28th, 1660.
I have examined a great variety of (liasses manufac
tured by Profeesor II. Binmunrvr, and in justice to the
Professor must say, that his Glasses aro of a superior
quality, adapted to moot the wants of almost every eye,
whore tho vision Is In any way Imperfect. Tbo Profes
sor selected for mo s pair of his Australian Crym?
Glasses which aro of a ve y superior quality and work
manship, rendering vleion very distinct, almost as per?
feet sa In youth. I yield this testimony In favor of the
Professor's Glasses most cheerfully.
E, GEDDINC8, M. D.
I cheerfully concur in tho opinion above expressed of
the value of Professor BEnsuARDTS* Cl?seos, and their
adaptability to alldefocts of vision, and also to his skill
aud Judgment In adapting lim glass to each Special im
perfection. H. W. DjcSAOaSDBE, M. D.
CHARLESTON, 3. C, May 28th, 1866.
I do most willingly bear my testimony in favor of tho
superiority of the Australian Crystal-single and don*
bio vision spectacles over all other kinds. They are
constructed npon the best established and understood
principles of optics, and their adaptation to tho lm man
eye In its different conditions of vision is so perfect, sa
to render sight easy without effort. In my opinion,
none others should be used since the eyes once used to
those do not seem to grow old, and by having a focue
at any point of the surface, they appear to rest o'ot the
eyes to their youthful energy.
T, L. O GIBB, M. D.
CHARLESTON, 8. C" May 28th, I860.
I havo examined Fro lessor BERKmuiDTS' very com
plete assortment of Bpcctacles and Lenses. They are
better adapted than any I havo before set n to remedy
the imperfection of vision that can bo beuefltted by the
nae of Glasses. The pureness aud clearness of the Crys
tal used, is an item worlby of special attention, as I can
testify from personal experience. I recommend Profes
sor BKBHHABDT with confidence and great cheerfulness,
to the patronage of tbo public.
JAME8 P. JEBVEY, M. D,
STATE OF 8OCTU CADOLINA, )?
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, J
Colombia, June 19.1866. J
BEB: I have reade full and satisfactory test of tho
spectacles procured from you, and I have the ploasuro
to say that the glasses are better adapted to my eye?
than any I have ever used. Tho facility with which you
fitted the glast to my eye furnished me conclusive evi
dence of your scientific skill In optics and your thorough
experience as an oculist.
Your attainments In your profession entitle you to
the confidence, patronage, and gratitude of the public.
I have the honor to be,
Very respectfully yours,
JAMES L. ORB,
Governor of South Carolina,
Prof. M. BERNHARDT, Charleston, 8. 0.
CHARLESTON, 8. C, May 28th, 1886.
Wo have examined the Lenses of Prof. BERNHARDT,
and consider them superior to any we have seen. They -
are admirably adapted not only to Improve the imper
fections of impaired sight, bat to relieve the weariness of
vision which constant study produces. Many of the
Glasses are of new and iDgeulous contriver co. We cor
dially recommend tho Professor to all those who require
scientific optical as?istance.
ELIAS HORLBECK. M. D.
WILLIAM O. HORLBEOK, M. D.
WM. T. WBAGG. M. D.
P. PEYRE PORCHER, M. D.
W. H. HDGEB, M. D.
B. A. KINLOCH, H. D.
F. M. BOBERT80N, M. D.
OHAB. HANOKEL, late Rector of 8t. Paul's Church,.
Badclineborough, Charit ?ton.
THOMA8 SMYTH, D.D., Pastor of 2d Presbyterian
J. 8. HANCEEL, Profeesor.
W. B. HOW?, Rectorat Philip's.
O. P. GADSDEN, Rector at. Luke's.
Testimonials similar to tho above may be seen at Prof.
BERNBARDT'8 office, from
JOSEPH H. PLUNKETT, Pastor of St. Paul's, Ports
Hon. JONATHAN WOBTO. Governor of North Carolina,
Hon. A. G. CURTIN, Oovernor of Pennsylvania.
Hon. O. P. MORTON, Governor of Indiana.
Hon. H. A. SWIFT, Governor of Mlnnosota.
Hon. ALEX. RAMSEY. Ex-Governor of Mlnnosota.
Hon. RICHARD YAT?8, Governor of Illinois.
H. SEYMOUR, Governor of Now York.
B, B. FENTON, Governor of New York.
And other distinguished gentlemen.
Many years of public practico and study in the hospi
tals In Europe, adjusting spectacles to patienta under
every aspect of defectivo vision, as well as experience
in an extensivo, long-established business in his optical
stores, both hero sod In Europe, Prof. BERNHARDT con?
elders it a sufficient guarantee/of his ability to apply such
glasses as are best calculated for the assistance or re
covery of Imperfect sight.
Office Hours from O A. M. to 5 P. Bl.
HILLS HOUSE, LADIES' ENTRANCE,
Hccoml Floor, Private Parlor No,, 3.
N. B.-Owing te engagements elsewhere, Prof. Bzax~
?uu? will be able to remain han but a abort tuna only.
May 81 \tno