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VOLUME II....NO. 279.1
CHARLESTON, S. 0? TUESDAY, JULY IO, 1866.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON.
The Writ of Habeas Corpus to be re
spe-otea in South Carolina.
Washington, July 9.?General Sickles will be
instructed by tho President to oboy tho writ of
habeas corpus, which ho bad refused to comply
with, in the cqpo of Stowebs and others, confined
in Caatlo Pinokney, cbargod with murder.
General Hamilton and others, of Tuina, bave
issued an address to those styled Southern loyal
ist, to moot hero in September. The projectors
of tho scheme are in the interost of the Radical
Senators and Representatives, and will meet in
caucus to-morrow night, to look after their party
interests, ae well as legislativo matters.
LATER K HO III EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE 8AXONIA.
New Yobk, July 9.?The steamship Saxonia ar
rived yeBterday vvith Liverpool dates to the 27th
Cotton market buoyant at an advance of jd. to
$d.; but oloaing less firm. Flour and whoat arm.
Pork advanced 2a. 6d. Corn less firm. Ba.-on
firmer. Beef advanced 2s. 6d. to 5s. Rosin dull.
Turpentine inactive. Consols 86| to 86i for money.
JJ. S. Fivo-Twenties 64 to 65J.
The British Ministry tendered their resignation,
which the Queen accepted. It is supposed that
X?BBnY will form the now Ministry.
The Italians under their King, were repulsed in
an attack on tho Austrians near Verona, Juno 24.
Tho battlo lasted all day. Both parties fought
bravely, but it resulted in the defeat of the Ital
ians. The Austriana took two thousand prisoners.
The Italian army returned acropB the Minoio. It
ia poaitively asserted that the Hanoverian army
is surrounded and must capitulate to tho Prus
sians, but this needs confirmation. Nothing in
known of Benedek's movements.
There has boon a revolt in Madrid, which was
upprossed. Ono thousand poraonB were killed.
Later from South America.
New York, July 9.?The steamship New York,
from Aspinwall, brings later Bouth American in
telligence. Chili, Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador aro
said to have formed a league to wrest Cuba from
Spain, and have invited Venezuela and Colombia
to join tho alliance. The first named (Chili) is to
furnish money, and the others mon. Hopea aro
entertained that aid will be furnished Southern
emigrants to embark from tho coast of "Florida.
Intelligence has been received from Bogota of tho
inauguration of Mosquee a aa Preaident. He has
vot'n'il tho Act of Congress giving annuities to tho
nuna for conlisoated property. The Senate insist
ed on the adoption of tho act, when an armed mob
forced them to sanction tho veto of the Prosidout.
It is boliovod that Mosqueba will declare himself
From the West Indies.
Baltimoee, July 9.?By the arrival of the steam
Bhip Cuba from Havana, with dates to tho 4th
inBtant, news has been received, which ia impor
tant if truo. It ia reported through private
sources thai a revolt occurred near Puerto Prin
cipe. Tho insurgents declared for independence.
Troops were eent against them; a skirmish took
place, and several companies of troops went over
to the insurgents, who then proceeded to the
mountaina. It is further rumored that four
steamers, bearing the Chilian flag, landed two
thousand men on tho Island, who formed a junc
tion with tho revolutionists. The Cuban authori
ties had not made euch news pubUo, aud it acorns
to need confirmation.
Washington, July 9?The Senate ba8 paaeod
tho bill reported by Wilson. Tho Honse passed
Schenck's Army Bill, which will necessitate a com
mittee of conference. The memorial of tbo New
York Chamber of Commerce, protesting against
the Tariff Bill, was presented to the House and re
ferred. Tho Tariff Bill was again conaidered, and
various aeotions adopted by tho House.
One amendment was adopted which suspends
the collection of so much of the tax imposed by
the act of 1861 aa remained uncolleoted on tho
first of January, 1866. Mr. Mobbill eaid he con
sidered thlB tno of the beat measures of recon
struction. J??o Tariff Bill waa reported from tho
Committee of the Whole to the House, with many
amendments. A motion waa made to refer it
again to tht> Committee of Waya and Meane.
Another motion was made to postpone the con
sideration of the bill until the next session: pend
ing which the Senate adjourned.
In the House to-day, McClu?o, from the Com
mittee on Elootiona, in the oaee of Eourz,
who contests the Beat of Caffobth, of Pa., report
ed in favor of Koorz. The report waa laid over
Heat In New York.
New Yobh, July 9.?It waa fearfully hot in New
York yesterday. There were thirty-three caaes
of sunstroke and twenty-seven deaths.
Rcw York Dank Salement.
New Yobk, July 9.?The Bank Statement ebows
an incroaao in loai.B of $665,000 ; in apocie of
12,668,000 ; in circulation of $589,900 ; in deposits
of $1,442,000 ; decroAae in Legal Tenders of
Terrible Fire In the OH Regions.
Louiavii,.?, Pa., July 9?During a storm last
night the lightning struck a gas pipe in a noil
which communicated with a tank which exploded.
' Tbo oil ran to Bernhoff'e Run, and the flames
reached 18 or 20 other large wells, which were
burned, the tanks in all exploding, and cauuing
the heaviest loss ever experienced in the Oil Re
gion, upwards of 20,000 barrels of oil were de
Indisposition of the President.
Wabhinoton, July 9.?The Proaidont waa bo
much indispoaod to-day, aa to bo compelled to de
cline rocoiving visitors. Tho hot weather is too
exhausting oven for bi? vigorous constitution.
The President to Moto the JFreedmen's
Washington. July 9.?There is scarcely a doubt
that the President will veto the Freedmen's Bu
George Peabody In Montreal.
New Yobk, July 9.? Geoboe PsABODr mot with
a warm wolcoino in Montreal, but declined a pub
Crops In Porto Rico.
New Yobk, July 9. ?Advices from Porto Rico
stato that the slave population is rapidly dimin
ishing, and that the sugar and coffee crops will
not bo moro than half the former average.
Guard for Portland.
Wasuinoton, July 9.?A marine guard has been
sent to Portland, Mo., by the Secretary of the
Navy, to proteot tho city against the thievea who
bare congregated there. It was sent at the re
quest of the citizens.
liew York Market, ?Sec.
New Yobk, July 9,12 M.?Gold 52J. Exchange
nominal. Cotton firm at 86@88o.
The ship Picayune, of New Orleans, from Ge
noa, in ballast, for St. Johns, N. B., was totally
wrecked on Duok Island, noar Mt. Desert, Me., in
a fog, on the 6th inst. The crew were saved.
New Yobk, July 9.?Gold 62? Coupons of Five
twenties of '62 quoted at 106; do. of '65 quoted at
105. Treasury notes, second aeries, 103.-J. North
Carolina Sixos 85j. Cotton firm; sales, 1000 balos
at 36@98 cents. Flour quiot; sales 7000 bble.
Stato $6.50@$10.15, Ohio $8.75@$13.75. Southern
drooping; sales of 350 bbla. at $10.20@$17. Wheat
very dull, and deolinod 1@2 cents; sales 21,000
bushels. New choice No. 1 Milwaukee $2.40; No.
2 $2.15. Corn declined 1 cent; saloa of 190,000
buahela at 88_89 cents. Pork buoyant at $32.
Lard heavy at 19_214 conta. Whiskey, rice,
sugar, and coffee dull. Molasses firm. Naval
stores quiet; turpentine 78_80 oenta; roain $2.75
New Orleans Market, abc.
New Orleans, Ju'y 9.?Cotton unohanged. Sales
600 bales; Low Middliug 32033c. Gold CAf?. Ster
Tho Texas cotton news ia unfavorable. The
crop ia estimated at one-fourth. The worms are
Mobile, July 9.?Sales of cotton to-day 200
bales; Middling 30c. Steamer's nows had no ef
fect on the market. Weather pleasant. City very
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OVO. POKEIOI? CORRESPOND?MC?.
Editors of Oie Charleston Daily News :
Fbankeobt, June 20, I860.?Wien I loft Charles
ton a few weeks ago, you were kind enough to
ask me, in flattering terms, to send yon an occa
sional letter. My objection?, on tho ground of
want of experience, not being in the habit of
writing for the press, etc., you combatted, and, as
you now see, successfully. Should ray lettors fail
to interest your roadere, you have yourself to
blame and not your correspondent. I have been
absout so long from my native country that every
thing around me bears the aspect of novelty.
Though I underatand the language and even the
dialect that continually greets my ear, I cannot
say that the sounds strike the tympanum fa
miliarly; for long disuso his weaned the ear from
tho mother tongue; and yet every now and then
some simple word, or a particular provincial
idiom, recalls days and scenes long ainco passed
into the distant recess of the years that are
Of course I anticipated much pleasure from a
visit to tho haunts and play-grounds of my child
hood. I had chalked out a delightful programme
for the summer months; I designed visiting
friends in different parts of Germany, attend the
Fairs (Messen) both in this city and in Leipsio,
form new business connections, and distributo tho
remainder of my time in visiting places of note
and seeing what is to be seen. In short, I was
going to have a good time generally. But, as my
countrymen her a say: Der Mensch denkt's, Gott
lenkt's. (Man , reposes, God disposes.) I had
read of the political troubles in Prussia, and the
diplomatic snarl between that Court and Austria,
before I left Charleston. But, you know, when
we read foreign news, where we are not specially
interested, but little impression is made upon the
mind. The said difficulty bad been so long brew
ing, war so long threatened, and no blow struck,
that I made light of the whole affair, and conclud
ed we ehould have no fighting.
Certain I am, that I should have deferred my
foreign tour, bad I realized the existing state of
affairs. I saw fighting enough during the past
four years to satisfy me the remainder of my life.
However, I am here, and I must make the beet
There is a marked difference between what I
soo here of this war and what I saw in Charleston
at the commencement of our own. A deep, dark
gloom overshadows the cntiro laud, ?. e., among*
the people at large. Tho German naturally is ono
of the moat peaceablo members of human society.
He knows much of war from the records of hia
country; and although reading about it docs not
produce tho impression that actual contact gives,
they nevertheless entertain an innate antipathy
to it, knowing full well that their peaceful indus
try must be interrupted, their property destroyed
civilization and progress, science and the arts, all
retarded,--to say nothing of tho physical suffer
ings and privations it entails, and the loss of limb
and life. Accordingly I find no enthusiasm any
where, save tho professional elan in the fortress
The war is not popular on either aide. The peo
ple are dragged into it ; and on evsry sido yon
hoar tbe most gloomy forobodinga in regard to
Of tho tight at Friodborg (tho first blood,
I believo, shed in this war* you havo doubt
less already boon apprised. Tho Prussians
woro moving to tho vicinity of Frankfort,
with a view of intercepting a forco o? Confede
rates (Bundestruppen) compoBod of a part of tho
Hanovorian and Hoaso Oassol contingonts. A
Hesso Darmstadt regimont horo encountered
thorn, but, after a briof skirmish, rotroatod, loav
ing the road open for the Prussiads. But horo tho
latter heard of a largo forco of Wurtemberg and
Bavarian troops occupying Frankfort (which was
not tho caso, however), and thoy fell back to
(Hessen. Qiesson ?b only a day's march from
Frankfort, or a conplo of hours' rido by railway.
The engagement, as I said, was very incon
siderable, of no intrinsic significance whatever,
save that it brought tho terrible foot homo to us
all, that at laet the dio in cast. It produced a
tremendous exoitoment here. Poople ran about
in ovory direction with anxious faces. Business
was at a stand-still. Stocks of every sort tumbled
at a terrible rato. The "Zeile" was almost do
sorted,*?as far as business mon wore concornod.
The only activity I could observe was in military
circlea. The headquarters of the Confed?rate
troops are horo, and a numbor of prominont gen
erala, tho commandor-in-ohiofa of tho several larger
German States have their quarters hero, and order
lies wore flying to and fro tho whole day. Tho solid
burger of the free city of Frankfort, with the most
lugubrious countenances, crowded around those
headquartera to gather tho latest news. Of
course we had the most exaggerated accounts of
the engagement,?battlos lnnumerablo, with hun
dreds of thousands killed. Women woro running
about half frantic, crying out : "Die Preussen.'
DiePreusaen I" "The Prussians are coming, they
are going to sack the city."
The military commandant did his utmost to
quiet the fears of the people, assuring thorn thero
was no danger whatovor, that a strong Federal
army iras between the Prussians and Frankfort.
But how long will it be thus safe ? This is a
question of great moment to the morobantB and
bankers of this good old German trading town.
This is by no moans tbe first time this city has
been threatened with hostile occupation. Her ex
perience in these vicissitudes ia unfortunately but
too rich. She bas again and again been tho sub
ject of the excessos incident to a rapid change of
masters. A. very intorresting narrative of the
condition of Frankfort under French martial law,
about a hundred years ago, will be found in
Goethe's Autobiography (" Wahrheit und Dich
tung"), -which is within tho reaoh of many of your
This oity, at present, is very much in the position
of Washington during tho first year of our war. It
is still the oapital of the Diet or Confederation
(of the "Bump," aa the New York World would
say); Prussia has eecoded, and ia now laying siege
to it. Tho Austrian corps ?" arm?e is at Asohaf
fenburg, a small oity in Bavaria, on this same
Mayno Kivor. Immediately around this city,
Prince Alexanoeb ot Hesse is in command of tho
8th Federal Army Corpa. Moutz and Ilastadt,
two Federal fortresses that woro formerly gar
risoned by Austrians and Prussians conjointly, now
have HoBsians and Bavarians; the Prussians hav
ing gono northward, and are now at Qiesson, as al
ready mentioned. Loipaic is in tho hands of the
Prussians, so is ?orlitz in Silesia. These are tho
principal points, as far as I can gather, whero
troopB aro massed at prosont; and, as you will
perceivo, this city has a fine chanco of becoming
the battlo-ileld almost any fine morning you like.
Let me admonish your readers, when they seo
the terms Federal and Confederate in my letters,
or in any other accounts of events now transpiring
in Germany, they must not attach tho same moan
ing to them that these terms bear at home with
you. Federal and Confederate mean tho samo.
Both words may be used in translation of tho
Gorman word Bund. The Confoderation, as it
now stands, comprises all tho Gorman States ex
cept Prussia. The latter, ia our phrase, has
"acceded," but the other States refuse to acknowl
edge her right to take such a step, and declaro
the "Bund" still fully in force. This far you wiil
observe a vory close parallel botweon this war and
oure. But the real caaus belli is quite different
from ours. Our peoplo throw their all into the
struggle; and groator unanimity novor prevailed
any whoro than with us. Horo, you see a war of
kings for territorial aggrandizemont, or personal
ambition?the people the mere tools.
B18UABK rules Germany, and represents the
side of progress, enlightenment and civilization,
and therefore, it is contended he should be sup
ported by all the advooates of human progress.
Very good; but how about the popular deputies,
turned out of doors only the other day by this
same reformer? It is quite true, Biskabk means
to bo, and is, the renovator ot Germany, but he
muet be allowed to do it after his own fashion.
Always understood likewise that Germany means
Prussia, and Prussia Germany. A very natural
question will suggest itself to yon and many of
your thinking readers : "Why do not the people
of that country rise, andsond their king-*, kaisers,
olootora, arohdukes, dnkes and princes to the old
boy?" That is exaotly what thoy ought to do,
what they could do very easily, and perhaps one
of these days may do.
The present race.of German princes is decided
ly "played out," as our boys used to say. The
present Emperor of Austria is a tool of the Je
suits, tho Pope's moat humble and obedient ser
vant. The King of Prussia is as obstinate as a
mule; doeiros peaoe and loves his peoplo, bnt
hates constitutions* and Austria, and is too weak
to resist Bisuabs. Tho King of Bavaria is a
beardless youth, nearly as effeminate as Helio
qab-lob, associating exclusively with fiddlers.
One of BioaABn Waonkh'-j compositions has more
chirms for him than the diplomacy of tho entiro
Bnnd. It is rumored here that he is very anx
ious to abdicate. Ho loves music, but cares not
for the empty bauble of a regal crown. The Elec
tor ?f Hesse Oassel has worked at cross purposes
with hi? people ever since 1818, and takes delight
in vexing them in any and every way he oan. The
Klag of Hanover is blind. The Grand Duke of
Bidon is an imbecile. The Grand Duke of Mook
lcnbarg, truo to his anceetry, rulos hiB subjects
with tho knout. I might go on and givo you a
similar history of all tho little dukelingB and
princolings; but this will suffice.
Why can tbo pooplo not poneion them all off,
and sond thorn to England? If rumor docB not
bolio tho said royal majesties and ducal highnes
ses, thoy all have their noata woll feathered, in
tbo shapo of doposits in tho Bank of England.
There would bo a beautiful fitness, tberoforo, in
lotting them croas tho German Ocean, and go to
Cousin Vio to onjoy tiioir routai. But the timo ia
I bavo said nothing in my lottor thus far about
Fronch influence; but I hoar a great doal about it
here. Tho peuple all along tho Rhino aro very
muoh agitated on the question of Fronch annexa
tion. Franco has again and again diaavowod any
auch deaigu, but ia evidently not believod. About
a weok ago there was an immonBO mass-mooting
held at Oboringelheim (a placo well known to tbo
tourist of tho Rhine, for its wines, and for tho va
rious legends and traditions that contre hero).
Mass-meetings are of rare occurrence in this
land of slow movomonts and steady habits. How
ever, bore was a groat gathering of tho bono and
sinew of the land. Five thousand souls of tbo
yeomanry hero mot in the open air, and for over
flvo hours patiently listened to numerous har
angues by spe akers from overy rlaBS of society.
Tho object of tho mooting was to protest against
being annexed. They unanimouely voted the
following address. How Napoleon, the patron
saint ol nationalities, will ever get over such an
outguah of honest, national sontiment, protest
ing against his interference,.we cannot see.
"Fbeno?t_SNI We, Germans, of tho left bank of
tho Rhine, inhabitants of Rhenish Hesse, assem
bled in thousands at Oboringelheim, near May
ence, address a fraternal greeting to the French
nation. We assemble to declare freoly and loudly,
in tho face of Europe, that we are Germans, and
that wo intend to remain Germans. German is
tho language which our mothers taught us?Ger
man is the language which our poets and phi
losophers spoke; Qorman is the language which
transmitted our feelings and our ideas to our
sweethearts and friends, and wo intend to pre
serve it and teach it to our children, in order that
they may one day know bow, by the example of
their fathers, to live, do battle, and, if necessary,
dio for their German country. You, Frenchmen,
who boast of being the most civilized, the most
enlightened, and the nation most covered with
glory, how can you claim that which ia not yours,
and which does not wish to bolong to yon? Yon,
who have proclaimed the principle of nation
ality, why do yon wish to transform a popu
lation into French who have not a drop of
French blood in thoir veins, and who aro na
much attached to their country as you arc to
your own. Tho Rhenish Provinces bolong to
Germany; thoy are united to it by a community of
origin, history, language, and sympathy. Ger
many has pOBseeaed them for the last thousand
years, while you poBaoaaod thorn for only twenty
years. Ab long aa you did not possess these Pro
vinces your frontiors were respected, but the
enemy invaded your territory when you had in
corporated them with your empire. Far from
protecting you, their possession placed you In
danger, and it will not oeaae todo so, for Germany
must be struck out of the list of nations beforo
she will give up her Rhonish Prov?noos. But we
trust we are mistaken when we attribute such a
dosiro to you. We hope so, or rather wo know it
is so. It is only a minority among us who are en
deavoring to disturb tbo sane ideas of tho maaa of
the people, and prevent people from acknowledg
ing each otber aa brethren?from uniting their
efforts and laboring in common, each with their
poculiar qualities, for the great work of the pro
gress of humanity?for the great work of the
suppression of clerical absolutism. Let ns unite,
therefore, against the chimeras of greedy ambi
tion and of The glory of battles. Lot us unite in
the reciprocal respeot of nationalities, and, broth
ers, let us join hands." MEROATOR.
At tho resldonco of tho brido'? father, Monroe County,
West Virginia, on the 26th of ?Tune, by the Ber. Mr.
MoQoiub, THOMAS A. MIDDLFTO.??, of South Caroli
na, to MAliY, daughter of ANDBEW BeiunB, Esq.
19- The Relatives and Friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Hknby Dobcheb are respectfully invited to
attend the Funeral of their eldest daughter, JENNIE
SOPHIA LOUISA, from No. 125 Bast Bay, This Morning,
at Nine o'clock. * July 10
4??The Relatives, Prienda and Acciuatnt
ances of Miss MARY E. MOONEY, and of A. P. Oald
WP.I.I. and IJ110T11K?, are respectfully Invited to attend
her Funeral Service, at tho Central Presbyterian
Church, This Afternoon, at half-past Five o'clock.
DEPARTED THI8 LIFE, on Monday, tho 9th Inst.,
after a Ungering illness, JA?K? J., eldest and beloved
Son of the late James O'Suixivan.
? The Relatives, Friends sad Acquaint
ances, and those of his Mother. Mrs. Quack O'Sulliv an,
are losptjctfully invited to attend his Funeral Services at
the resldonco, No. 108, Queon-atreet, Thit Afternoon, at
Five o'clock. July 10
DIED, In this city, on the evening ot the 7th July, of
OoDge?tivo Fever, at the re?ldouco of his paronU,
CHARLES A. COSTE, aged 21 years and 10 days. *
DIED, in Walltrot?ville, Oa., on the 16th June,
PHOEBE M. MOWALL, third daughter of tho lato Q.
W. Mowai?, of Grahamville.
"Let me die ttio death of the rlghteons, and let my
hut end be like hers." * t?.
Weep Not When the Children Die.
In memory of AMANDA ELIZA, who died at Spartan
burg, 8. da of Typhoid Fever, on July 10,1865, aged
four years and ten months, and of her little brother,
HfcNRY SI EVENS, children of J. H?ta* and A. Ma
Weep not when the children die.
Let your hearts all aadnesa fly ;
hinco it is the Father's choice.
Bather let your hearts rejoice.
Had they llugerod here below.
All temptation's ways to know.
It may be thoy bad gone aatray,
And never found the heavenly way.
If a crown by us be won,
We like children must beoome;
Then we doubt not they are there,
Guarded with a Saviour's care.
Are some happier than the rest
In the mansion! of tho blest?
Surely they In whose hearts sin
Never yet hath entered la.
Little Innocents like these
Throng the Courts of ParadlM,
And are happiest ot that band
Dwelling In the 8plrlt>_n? E. E. S.
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auiNN'8, Klng-alreet, at which places newobi? ?: ?A b?
l^llooapeirii'Ul'ewldtrom tinOffi? flayn
*W NOTICE. -CON8IQNEE8 PEU STEAM
SHIP "MONEKA" aro horoby notified that ebo is This
?fay discharging cargo at North AUantlo Wharf. AU
Roods remaining on the wharf after sunset will bo stored
at oxponso and risk of owner?.
A. GETTY k CO.,
Managing Owners and Agents.
All Freight amounting to fifteen ($16) dollars or loss
muBt be paid on iho whorf beforo tho delivery of goods.
t?r NOTICE TO GUARDIANS AND TRUS
TEES.?OFFICE OF MASTER IN EQUITY, Charles*
ton, 2d July, 1800.?Ouardlons and other Trustees
whoBo bonds aro ou filo in this office, aro hereby called
upon to submit and vouch their accounts boforo tbo
undorslgned, on or boforo the 2d day of August noxt,
or Boles will bo Issued against thom, as required by
low. JAMES TDPI'EB.
July 3 tu* Master in Equity.
JW PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE LATE
SAMUEL GO UK DIN, M. !>., will make payment, and
those having claims against him, will present them,
proporly attested, to Messrs. RUTLT* Df?F, k ?OUNG,
Attorneys at Law. H. E. YOUNO,
tO- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ninety days after date I shall apply to tbo Oity Council
of Charleston to renew the following namod Certificates
of STOCK, whioh has been lost, viz : Certificate of City
of Charleston 0 per cont. Stock of tho lnsuo of 1857,
Period 34, No. 601, dated April 22, 1B68, for $14.010 to
RICHARD H. LOWNDE8.
RICHARD H. LOWNDES.
Charleston, May 21st, 11360.
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Sweet Opoponax?Will never use any other.
bweot Opoponax?The richest and choicest per
Sweet Opoponax?The ladles' delight.
Sweet Opoponax?A rare and most exquisite Perfume,
far surpassing in its rich and delicious flavor any that
has yot been offered to the public, either imported or
otherwise. It is rendered by its splendid qualities a
delightful extract for the handkerchief. It la the most
delightful, lasting, and fashionable Perfume ever usod.
Try it E. T. SMITH k CO.,
July 7 stuthSmo Floral Perfumery. Now York.
EST BOINEBT * BURKE RECEIVE TH?
latest New York DAILIES every alterna in. Prloe lo
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SSrDUrCHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KELLER
Makes quick work with flies, and if ?commenced early,
keeps the house clear all the enmmer.
Look oat for imitations. Get Dutcheh'h only.
June 26_ lino
*_r ARTIFICIAL EYE8.?ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES made to order and inserted by Drs. F.
BAUOH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by
Boibbonnkau, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway. New York.
*_r*MABBIAGE AND CELIBACY,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Mon.
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate tbe vital
powers, with enre means of relief. Sent free of charge
in sealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. SKI I.LIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Assooistlon, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr OOLGATE'8 HONEY BOAP?THIS'CELE
BRATED Toilet Soap, In such universal demand,
s made from the cKoicest materials, is mild and
molllea-tin its nature, fragrantly seemed, and
extremely beneficial In its action upon the skin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
February 7 \^
~it3r ITCHl ITCH I ITCH I S t? ft A ? ? ti l
80RATOHI SCRATCH 1 WHEATON'S OINTMENT
will euro tho Itch In 48 hours. Also euros 8olt Rheum,
Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of tbe Skin. Price
60 cents. For sale by all druggists. By Boutllug 00
cents to WEEKS k POTTER, 8ola Agent?, 170 Washing,
ton street Boston, It will he forwarded by mail, irte of
postage, to any part of the United States.
June 4 6mo8
49" SPECIAL NOTICE.?"GREATOAK8 FROM
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to tho
nman tace spring from causes so small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that fill
tbe tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these fact?.
Then guard yourselves while you may. The smallest
pimple on the skin Is a tell-tale and indicator of disease;
It may fade and die away from the surface of tho body,
but it will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
bo tbe -result and final close, MAGGIEL'8 BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS cure where all
Others ML While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Out?,
and all abrasion* of the skin, MAGOIKL'S Solve 1? in
fallible. Bold by 3. MAGGIEL, Ho. 48 Fulton-***-.*-**!,
Hew York, and all Druggists, at 23 oents per bos.
Beptember 88 _lyr
MO" HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIB
BENEWRB RENEWS THE HAIR.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR BE
Restores gray hair to the original color.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR BB
Prevents the hair from falling off.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Makes the hair soft and glossy.
HALL'S VEGETABLE 8IOILIAN HAIR RE
Does not stain the sklu.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Has proved Itself the best preparation for the hair ever
presented to the public. Price SI.
For sals by all druggist*. Wholesale by
KING & CASSIDEY.
March 13 tulyr* Gh?*?u_*-?<_,