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VOLUME II....N0. 9811
CHARLESTON, S. CL, THURSDAY. JULY 19. 1866.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Con**; reunion ni.
Washington, July II.?The Senate paeeed % bill
oiU-iidtng. for throe y ears the benefit of the law
giiarantooing landa to tho Ban thorn States for the
-establishment of agricultural colleges. The
Senat o also paesod a' bill regulating tho time for
holding elections for United States Senators.
Among other provisions it requires that the vote
?hall bo viva voce. Tho Sonate, by a majority of
four, rojoctod tho bill for the annexation of Alex
andria city and county to the District of Colum
Tho Houbo passed a joint resolution providing
for the reorganization of the militia of the States
And Territories in-p uniform manner, and for the
distribution among them of two-thirds of the
ordnauco and ordnance stores, excepting tho
Statos lately in insurrection. Tho House also
passed a bill granting the right of way to any
Telegraph Company over tho public domain.
Suicide of Senator Lane.
Leaven wobth, July 11.?The surgeons, in con
eultatioD, have decided that Senator Lane will
die, but may live a few days longer.
Lane Dead at Last.
Leavenwobth, July 11.?Senator Jim Lane has
.'Heil of bis solf-innicted wound.
Th? West Indies.
Washington, July 11.?The State Department
has received no official information whatover con
cerning the reported insurrection in the Island of
Accident at Annapolis.
Annapolis, Md., July 11.?Fathers Gbbdamann
and C_ai__, with two students, were drownod
to-day by the capsizing of a boat, Two other
priests wcro saved by clinging to tho boat,-which
-lually drifted ashore.
New York. Harket*
New Yobk, July 11.?Cotton quiet. Sales 800
(bales at 35 to 37. Gold 49*. Sterling 94 for 60
New Yobk, July 11.?Coupon sixes.of '81> 109J;
Five-Twenties of '62,106_; of '64,105; of '65, 100'.
Treasury notes 103j. North Carolina new bonds
63j. Gold 49|. Cotton dull. Sales 270 bales.
Middling 36. Flour dnll and unohanged. South
ern lower. Sales 390 bbls. at $10 to 16.50. Wheat
dull. No. 1 Cbioago Spring $2.05. Now Milwaukee
$2.29. Pork heavy. Mess $31.75. Lard heavy:
18J to 21. Whiskey dull. State $2.20. Sugar
quiet. Coffee dull. Naval Stores declined. Tur
ipentine 75 to 76. Bosin $2.62} to 8.50.
Mobile, Jnly 11.?Sales of Cotton to-day 200
bales. Middlings, 30o. Middlings scarce, and
command full prices. Lower grades more abun
dant and cheaper.
New Orleans Harket.
New Oblbams, Jnly 11?Cotton irregular and
very low. Middlings 30 to 32c. Sterling 63. New
York Exchange quieter at 4 premium.
OniOAoo, Jnly 7.?Floor dull. Wheat dull, bat ad
vanced 6 to Co; sales at $1 01 for No 1, and $1 36 for No
2. Corn steady and advanced }? to ?o; ssles st 69)? to
60o for No 1. Osts dull and declined Ji to }?c; ssles at
32 to 33 j'o for No 1, and SO to 30 'a'o for No 2. Hlghwines
dull. Freights firm; 13t5 for cora to Buffalo. Receipts?
-6500 bbls four, 20,0t/0 bush ??h- at, H3.000 bush com,
62 000 bash oats. Sblptueuts?10,000 bbls flour, 10,000
bush wheat, 60.000 bush corn, 42,000 bush osts.
Milwaukee, July 7.?Flour dull. Wheat $2 0*5i.
Corn heavy. Receipts?1400 bbls flour, 4200 bush wheat,
10.0CO bush corn, 13,000 bush oats. Shipments?6600
bbla flour, 66.000 bush whett.
Louibville, Jnly 7, 1Y, P. M.?Ssles 76 hhds Leaf To
bacco st full prices. . Superfine flour $7 60, extra family
$10 60. Stocke good, markot drooping. Corn 60o. Otts
unchanged. Mess Pork $33; bacon, shoulders 17c;
clear sides, 21 y%c. Lord, 21'icln tierc?. Raw Whiskey
Cincinnati, July 7.?Flour unchanged and in mode
rato demand for tho higher gradea. Wheat very dull
and price irreg.ilnr and tower, ultra spring sold at $2,
and old red at 2 45 to $2 60. Corn in good demand at
G2 to 63 for No 1 in elevator and 71 in sacks. Oats dull
at 40 to 45 for Nos 2 and 1. Rye very dull, and No 1 was
not saleable at over BO at the otose. nothing doing in
Darlt-y. Whi-key steady at $2 25 duty paid, 27c in bond.
Mess Pork firm st 32 76 to $33. The Commercial ?ays
that 4000 lbs were sold list evening st the Inside rato.
Bulk moats ?- mer; shoulders sold at 16}f; packed and
sides at 17?*; Lard is held at 21, but*? tho demand Is
light Bacon dull, 17 for shoulders. Sides sold st 10,'i,
aud clear sides 21 *_. Butter unohanged ; 23 to 26.
Tue Kinos or Hanovbb and Saxony.?The fol
lowing; are sketches of the sovereigns whoso ter
ritories have been so suddenly ravaged by"Prus
Oeorge V. of Haoover anooeeded his father in
1851; he is about forty-five years of age, and mar
ried to a daughter of tbe Duke of Sftxe-AUenburrc,
by whom he nan a son and two daughters. Bis
fathor was the Dnke of Cumberland, a son of
-Oeorge III. of England.
King John of 8sxony, 65, ia a aon of Prince
Maximilian and the Princess Theresa of Saxony.
His consort is a Princess of Bavaria, by whom he
has had three sons and six daughters. One of
the latter, reoently deceased, was Grand Duchess
of Tnscany. He anccoodotl bis brother, who
died, leaving no children, in 1854. He bra Catho
lic, his ancestors having formally adopted that
religion in order to bo eligible to the crown or
The present Elector of Hosse-Caaselis Frederick
William I., who descends from Henry L, the com
mon ancestor of Hie three families of Hesse. In
1831 be married morgauatically the divorced wire
of a Prtiasitn officer. His Buceesaor is Prince
Frederick, one of his cousins. The prosent Elec
tor d?Htinguishod himself by his reaptionary ardor
in 1849, during tho ministry of tho rather notori
The Cholera in New Yobk.?Tho. Commercial
Advertiser of a late date aaye: "Within the last
twenty-tour hours twenty-two caaes of cholera
wt-ro roported at the. office of Dr. Dai/ton, Sani
tary Superintendent-, six of whioh were deolarod
genuino. In ovory case the regions surrounding
the several cases were duly disinfected."
Tho trot for $5000 botween the Boston mare
"Blackstono Bello" and tbe Philadelphia mare
"Fanny Allen," whioh came off at the Myatio
Park, Boston, on the 2d, before a very largo
crowd, was won by the Boston mare in tbree
straight heats. Time?2.28J; 2.301; and 2.80. A
-large amo-ant of money changed handa. '
LETTER PROM EDI3TO.
Edisto Island, July 9.
My Dear Friend : Snowing your interest in tbe
Presbyterian Ohurob of this Island, and your
anxiety on my own account, I have thought that
a plain statement of the prooeedings on Sunday,
tho 24th of .Tuno, would be gratifying to you and
You are aware that tho colored persons had
taken possession of the Church building, and had
been assembling in it for worship from Sabbath
to Sabbath. They, wore also occupying it as a
school during tho week. Several of tho families
of tbe congregation having returned to the Island,
tho ofllcorB of tho Church thought it both dosir
able and proper to roolaim the bnilding and como
tery. This step was considered necessary, as
the colored persons, under the guidance and in
fluence of colored men, professing thornselves to
bo regularly ordained Presbyterian Ministers,
sent here as Missionaries by some ecolesiastioal
authority at tho North, had organizod themselvoB
into a Church, elected Elders, ?a, and appeared
to be aiming at holding posaeseion of the Ghuroh
For some eight or ten days previous to the Sab
bath alluded to notice had boon publicly given,
by a message, to bo circulated among tho colored
mombers of the Church, also by a written card
set up at one or more of the atoroB, that tho aged
Pastor of the Ghuroh would perform religious
services (D. V.) in tho Church on* the Island, on
Sunday, the 21 tb of Juno, and that he requested
all of his follow-members in Christ, on the Island,
to meet him there on that day, and unite with
him once more in the worship of God. Notwith
standing this notioe, when the Pastor arrived on
the spot the building was found to be already oc
cupied, the pews in the body of the Church filled
with colored persons, and worship cpramencod.
Tiie officers and white members of tho congrega
tion, being resolved to prooeed peaceably and
kindly, made no attempt to interrupt the services
tjien in progress. They sent, however, for the
officer in command on the Inland, that he might
read the order of Gon. Scott for the restoration
of the property to the Corporation, its lawful
owners. After the arrival of tho officer, and eomo
conversation held on the aubj eot.tho Pastor (by the
advice of this officer) went into the Ghuroh just
heforo the aorvices were being ended, and as there
was an individual in the pulpit speaking at the
time, he took his seat on a henoh in the aisle. As
soon as the speaker ceased the Pastor rose, and
in the name of the Almighty God, the Father,
Son, and Holy Ghost, requested to be kindly and
He stated that he held in his band a document
signed by General Scott, by whioh that part of
the property of tho Corporation was restored to
them. He then read the document, and address
ing bis fellow-members, ho affuotionatoly request
ed them to continue in connection with him and
their fellow-members. He stated to them (ap
pealing to those of the older members who were
present) that he had been more than forty-five
(45) years their Pastor, had taught and admitted
to Church privileges all who had Joined the Church
I up to the closo of 1861,?that ho had visited and
prayed with the sick and the dying in past years,
?that be was extremely unwilling to part with
them, when he had grown old among them; but If
they thought they could serve God with more
spiritual benefit to themselves in another organi
zation, the Session of tbe Churoh would be willing
to give them certificates of diaini?eion on their
application. He told them that if they -would
separate from him and the Church he requested
them to remember the years that wero past, and
as they bad lived together in kindness and affec
tion, let their parting be with the same feelings.
He then appealed to their leaders, and. requested
thorn to oboy tho authority of the Government of
ficer, and restore peaceably ant, without delay
the property to its rightful owners. This appeal
was answered' kindly and courteously from the
pulpit, by two of the ministers, that they willingly
and readily restored the property to the regular
Pastor and officers of tho Churoh.
Tho Pastor, during his address, told his colored
friends and brethren in Christ, that those of them
who determined to hold to thoir rogular connec
tion, would be expected hereafter to take their
seats, according to former custom, in the galler
ies, and that if the number should be too large
to be accommodated there, there would be soats
assigned them in the lower part of tbe bnilding,
on application to the proper officers. The congre
gation was then dismissed, and the possession of
tho building quietly and peaceably resumed by
officers of tho Corporation. In a few minutes
after the Pastor ascended the pulpit, and, after
the singing of a hymn, roading a portion of the
Foriptnres, and a tew remarks, led iu a thanks
giving to God, for Hia goodness in having so
quietly and peacefully restored to them the place
of their former worship and that of their fathers.
As a member of tbe Church, I may havo been
more minute on the above subject, possibly, than
I ought to have bcon. It was, and still is, a nub
ject of deepest interest to myself and many others.
I will pass, however, to a brief consideration of
tho present agricultural prospect of the Island.
It is very gloomy. The general opinion (ns far
as I havo heard it) is, that more than a third of a
crop of cotton cannot be realized, and scarcoly
enough of provisions to support the freedmen
through the wintor months. The present system
of working the land in patches, each according to
his own judgment, with no one to control him or
iliroct his industry, is not only ruinous to the
land, but ruinous to tbo froedmen, by the habits
of indolence whioh it confirms, together with tho
poverty and destitution which it must entail upon
him. As matters exist at presont, tho only con
trol whioh the planter has over his laborers is tho
withholding a part of his "rations," in case of
great negleot of his crop. This expedient, it has
been said, aoted well at tbe beginning of tho
working season ; but as soon as the planter had
advanced provisions to the amount of some twonty
or forty dollars, he was -oolly told that if ho (the
laborer) was not subsisted ho would abandon the
crop altogether ; if pointed to the contraot, he
canoes it to be understood that it is binding on
him aa long, audno longer, than it suits his inter
est. There are few planters, it is thought, who
will do more than recover the adv&noos made to
their laborers in provisions, if they ovon do that.
A planter observed to mo that this state of
things was not tho fault of Gen. Scott, of whom
he said, "I do not behove there'is apurer or moro
unselfish officer in the employment of the Govern
ment." "He has issued orders enough to re
move this grievance ; but his orders either aro
not or cannot be carried out." Tho patch of a
contract hand, who had boon fod einco March,
was in such a oondition that tho planter, as a
last resort, took with him throe of the most re
spectable froodmon on the placo to examine it,
who certified that tho said patch was in such a
oondition that, unless worked immediately, it
would bo wholly lost. The laborer had left tho
plantation and his patch to fare as thoy could.
You ma; ask, has there been no redress obtain
ed? I am sorry to answer, "as yet, none."
The colored persons on tho Island are, in gen
oral, civil and respectful. A large number"??"tnom
had a pio-nio on tho 4th of July, which (as far as
I have learned) was conducted in a quiet and
orderly manner. My impression is, that if it were
not for some bad advisors among them, there
would exist very soon a kind and harmonious fool
ing between the two classes on this island. A
mutual foeling of depondonco upon each other,
and tho kind offices which such a fooling of mu
tual dependence would originate, Would, with tho
blessing of God, bind them to each othor, and
render their interest one and tho same.
That Sod, in his infinito goodness, would so
order the oiroumsttnoos and regulate the hearts
of two classes of human beings towards each
other, who are, in his providence, so neoossary to
eaoh othor, for tho promotion of the woll-being
and happiness of both, is -the earnest prayer of
your sincere FRIEND.
NEW YORK LETTKR,
[tbok otjb own rouai?TONDENT.]
New Yobk, July 7.?The accounts thatjiave
reached us of the terrible conflagration wh?o_, "on
the 4th inst., destroyed a largo portion_JUhe
city of Portland, Maine, have stirred' up the sym
pathies" or tno masses hore," especially 'of tho
wealthy, who are nobly responding to the oall of
charity and humanity. Mayor IIojtfjian bas is -
sued a proclamation appealing for succor for the
unfortunate Bufferers, and a public meeting will
be held to-day at the As tor House in behalf of the
samo good oause. Brooklyn, too,' has moved
promptly in tho matter, and similar meetings will
bo hold in that oity. The terrible, calamity -vrhich
has rendered two thousand families houseless and
destitute, was. caused by the thoughtlessness of a
little boy, who throw a fire-cracker amidst some
shavings,' where it exploded, kindling a spark
that soon spread into an immense sea of living
flame, that wrapt almost an entire oity in its all
devouring and all-oonauming fiery embrace. Tour
readers who have witnessed a similar scene in
Charleston or in Columbia, oan the better appre
ciate the nature of the calamity and sympathize
with the poor sufferers. A subscription list had
hardly beon opened ?t a banking house in this
oity, before three thousand five hundred dollars
were promptly subscribed. The work of charity
goes bravely ou.
Yesterday morning, between the hours of nino
and ten o'clock, a tragedy was enacted in the
broad light of day in front of a house on Second
Avonue, and in the presence of a large numbor of
persons who were passing by at the time. A
young and lovely womau, of graceful carriago
and rospoetablo appearance, remarkable too for
her personal beauty, was seen to ring the hell of
the house No. 447, to converse, and, apparently,
to remonstrate with a person who openod the
door, and yet refused to admit her; then, as the
door was alammed in her face, to turn from the
house with a look of frenzied despair. The lovely
woman?lovoly in the superabundant woalth of
her golden hair, in the sad and pensive expression
of her deep bluo eyes?as she turnod from the
door drow a small pistol, placed it to her breast,
and fired. A moment aftor she lay on tho pave
ment still and dead, her blue eyes looking upward
to tho sky. The poor girl belonged to one of the
wealthiest and most aristocratic familios of Bos
ton. It was the old story?a young and pure
creature dooeived by a false marriage by a base
and treacherous villain, and subsequently aban
doned. The villain's name in this case is Dr.
AnousT von Fuenoii, a German physician of stand
ing here. It was at his house tho poor viotim
had called, and endeavored in vain to gain admit
tance. So long as such men are allowed to per
petrate such villainies and yet hold up their heads
in society, so long will society be, as it were, a
pest house of demoralization and crime.
Wo are enjoying (?) another spoil of hot weath
er here. Yesterday the mercury ran up to nine
ty-five degrees in the shade; it must be some
where in that neighborhood to-day, but it is so
meltingly hot that I dare not go out for the pur
pose of Consulting a thermometer, lest I should
be entirely baked or stowed ore I find one. I
have no hesitation in asserting boldly that last
night was beyond all doubt the hottest night I
have ever experienced in my life. My bed was,
during tho entire night, about the temporature of
a hot brick, while the perspiration poured so pro
fusely from my heated tenoment of clay, that I
dreamt that I had died, and going to the naughty
place, had been metempsychosed into the body of
Otd_?o, whose modest requost to bo bathed in
deep down gulfs of liquid fire had been granted. I
awoke to find myself like Othello again in the
melting mood, lying on the hot brick bed, some
thing hotter than before. It was roally a hot
night, tho air did mot bite shrowdly, and it was
The Now Tork Museum will soon be numbered
among our public institutions. Tho Bite of the
MuBeum building is on Broadway near to tho cor
ner of Thirtieth street. The work is going on
with great rapidity, and will bo completed in due
The Board of Councilmen, in spite of the veto of
Mayor Hornr_m, bave adopted the r?solution
giving authority to tho Street Commissioner to
make a contract for lighting the street? of New 1
York with coal gaa for twonty . Voare. Thoy have
passed it over the Mayor's veto, but tl?e gentle
men who voted in tho negative dec. *re boldly that
tbe poshing through of the moasur?.1 a Rroat
swindle, which thoro is not the alightes * ^oabt ia
A few days ago a gontlcman died of _,xaiatio
Cholera and sent for?I mean his friends e'*9--*
for?an undortakor, who came promptly and aa?'**-*
that ho would undertako tho job of fitting tho
dead gontleman to a coflkt. Tho undertaker wo*b
loft alono in tho room of tho doad man, whom he
was engaged in measuring, when?angols and
ministers of grace dofend tie!?the dead man
raised his right hand and winkod bis left oye at
tbe undertaker, as who should say, "Hallo, oid
fellow, what cheor ?" It is not possible accurately
toK-omputo, by mathomatioal or other process,
, tho volooity with which said undortakor uncere
moniously took his dopartnro; but be left in somo
haste. A surgoon was called in, and, examining
tbe man, said that ho waa aa dead as Julius
C-esab's grand-aunt, adding that it was not, by any
means, an unusual oconrrenco for patienta who
die of cholera or any spasmodic diaease to amuao
themselves thua after death.
One would hardly oredit the fact that in this
melting hot weather tho theatros and places of
public amusement ahould atill continuo to draw,
yet such ie the case at present, and in fact ever in
this great city. The Ravels aro drawing at
Niblo's ; Bryant at Wallaok'a, aa Bagged Pat in
" Ireland aa it Was ;" Brougham at Winter
Garden, in Pooahontas; Aurora Floyd at tbe Olym
pic, &o., Ac.
I have just learned from my friend, tho Secre
tary of the Gold Board, that this Board has sub
scribed $3000 for the relief of the Portland suffer
ers, and the two Stock Boards each alike amount,
making ia all $9000. MOTJLTRIE.
The Ugly Club of tho University of Virginia had
their celebration on tho 23th. J. S. Stubbs, of
Gloucester County, who had boon elected tho ug
liest man in the University, was prca on tod with the
boots. C. M. Wesson, of Charleston, S. C, who
was elected the prettiest man, was presented with
a hat. A pair of elippera was presented to the
most conceited student, and a huge stick of candy,
manufactured for the occasion, to tbe smallest
one. ! Briof apoecbea were made by all the parties,
and the affair passed off with great good humor.
The-tpreaa of Northern Ohio atill teem with ac
counts of the losaos of sheep by the storm, and
estimates of tho aggregate loss are being made.
Tho following figuroa are not supposed to bo en
tirely accurate, but give something like a correct
showing of the number of aheep lost in' tbe seve -
ral counties named: Lorain, 10,000 to20,000; Geau
ga, 8000 to 10,000; Ashtabula, 2000; Trumbul],
2000; Portage, 6000; Lake, several thousand; Tus
oarawas, 2000; Huron, 12,000; Aahland, 10,000. '
" *ar CONSIGNEES PEB STEAMER LULU,
from Baltimore, are notified that she is discharging
cargo at Brown's South Wharf. Goods uncalled for st
sunset remain on the Wharf at owner's risk.
STREBT BBOTHERS _ CO.
. Jnly 12_1__
?r NOTICE.?CONSIGNEES PEB STEAMER
STAB OF THE SOUTH, from Baltimore, are notified
that she Is discharging her cargo at North Atlantio
Wharf, This Day. All goods left on the Wharf at sunset
will be stored at expense and risk of owners.
WILLIS A OHISOLM. Agents.
?S-rO THE CREDITORS OF THE CHARLES
TON AND SAVANNAH RAILROAD COMPANY.? No
tico is hereby given that I will forthwith Institute suit
against said Company for the recovery of tbe amount
duo E. k O. B. LABTIGUE (on original construction of
tbe Road) sioce April 1st, I860, with Interest; and that,
on judgment being obtained, the Sheriff will be directed
to collect the money if possible. O. B. L ARTIGUE,
Blackville, S. C. July 0. 1800._l* July 12
AST NOTICE.?ELIZA O'NEILL, ADM1NI8
TBATBIX OP BEV. P. O'NEILL vs. MARIA T. Mo
KEWN, AND OTHERS.?Pursuant to the decree of the
18th May, I860, notice Is hereby given the Creditors of
the Estate of the Bov. PATRICE O'NEILL, deceased,
to come In and oatabllah tbelr claims before mo, on or
before tbe 1st of September next.
JAMES W. GRAY,
May 81 tbSmos Mastor In Equity.
AW NOTICE.?THREE MONTHS AFTER
date application will be made t RENEWAL (the ordi
nals being burnt) OF OER'iiJ-TOATES No. 1039 for 20
Shares Issued March 3,1867, and No. 1430 for 10 Shares
Feb. 8, 1858, In Charleston Oas Light Oompaoy, In the
name of JOHN SCHMERLE.
?-THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE APPLI
CATION will be made for renewal of Script No. 261,
dated June 19,1801, for Twenty Shares m name of J.
H. Oitk nui ni, in Trust in Home Loan and Building
Association. Bald Script having been lost daring
Shbbm-N's raid through Camdon, 8. O.
JWNOT?OE IS HEREBY GJVEN THAT AT
tbe expiration of three months from this date applica
tion will be a*ado to the Washington and New Orleans
Telegraph Company for renewal Of CERTIFICATE OF
TWO 8HABES OF STOCK In said Company, held m the
namo Of UIOHAXL LAZARUS, and dated 18th Novem
ber, 1848, and numbered "66." The original having
been lost or mislaid:* B. D. LAZARUS, Executor.
Cu-nLXBTOM, June 11,1P69. lamSmo June 19
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July ?_1_Ko. 285 KINO-STREET.
LIFE IIDR? ACBKCV.
TUPPER & LANE,
IN PLANTERS' A MECHANICS' BANK BUILDING.
No. 133 East Bay-street.
REPBEBENIINO THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS
COMPANIES of tho highest responsibility, with Oaah
Capitals of ONE TO TWO MILLIONS OF POLLAKS
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YOBK.
PH NESIN8UBAN0E COMPANY. OF NEW YOBE.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YOBK
OBEAT WESTERN INBUBANOE CO., OF NEW YORK.
WIDOW8 AND ORPHANS HENEKIT I.IPK
1^'riHIl ANCK CO., OF MSW YORK.
SOUTHEBN ACCIDENT INSUBANCE COMPANY, OF
FIRE, MARINE and UFE BISKS taken as low as any
reliable Company, and Losaos promptly paid at this
Agency. - -
A. A. LANE.8AM- Y. TOPPEB.
Juno 26 ruth?2mos
?D experienced Norse and Female Physician,
Presenta to the attention of Mother? her
FOB CHILDBEN TEETHING,
.Which greatly facilit?tes the prooeas of Teething, by
softening the gums, ro.luclng all inflammations, will
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodi0 action, and la
SUBE TO BEQULATE TIE BOWELS.
Depend npon It, mothers, It will give rest to touts?to?,
Relief and Health to _o_r Infants.
We have pnt np and sold this article for over thirty
years, and can say in confidence and truth of It what we
have never been able to say of an other medicine?
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO
ETPSCT A OUnTj, aalioi? tlujoly t??7? Moro, ilia ?J O
know of an Instance of dissatisfaction by anv one whtt
?sed it On the contrary, all are delighted with its opa.
rations, and speak In terms of commendation of lto
magical effects and medical virtuos. We speak in th_
matter "wlmt we do know," after thirty years' expe
rto-ico, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOB THE FDLFI?.
MENT OF WHAT WE HEBE DECIARE. la almost
evory instance where the Infant Is suffering from pata
and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty
minutes after the syrup Is administered.
Foil direotlona for using will accompany t ach bottle.
None genuine nnless the fas limits of OUBTIS k PER
KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all druggists throughout the world.
Prie? only 35 Cants per B^itio.
Fot aale by
KINQ & GASSIDE7.
THEODORE F. CHUPEIN, Dentist,
Office No.^ B3H!^275 King-st.
H AVINO RETURNED TO M? NATIVE CITY, AF
TE11 an al)8ouco of five years, I tender my Pro
fc8?ional Services to my frlonds, the firmer patlonts of
the late Dr. WM.?. MoNEFELDT (my preceptor), and
the pnblic generally. By the opportunities aud the many
rare advantages recently enjoyed (since the disbanding
of the armies). I a _ eoaolsd to offer the LATEST
STYLES OF WORK, and the ' MOST IMPROVED
METHOD OF THEATMENT FOR THE TEETH.
Arrivals by Sts. Moneka and Saragossa.
DBS. BAOCL & LYNAH HAVE RECEIVED BY THI
above steamers a large and select supply ut PEft
FUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES. Also, CONQBE8B,
EMPIRE AND COLUMBIA WATER8, and a full assort?
ment of PATENT AND OTHER MEDIOINES.
8. J. TOWNSEND.3. H. HUDSON.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLIOITOBS irr _3<axTio?"sr,
__rWJV_TTHVI_l?K, 8. O.
WILL ATTENI) TO BUSINESS IN THE DISTRICTS
of Marlboro', Chesterfield, Darlington and
Marlon. , _ 8mos_July 6
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