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CHILDREN'S FRIEND !
PERRY'S WORM TEA.
A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR ALL
kinds of WoriuH round m the human body; also,
certain cure for Worm - Ito. W.-rn? Fever, f/onc-nius,
Ac Poaseshiiii? in It. combination otnluonl t-I.--.ii-.lng
and strengthening propon l.??, its us? will always im
provo the health of the patient, whether impaired by
worms or other cauces.
Perry's Worm l eo, vHW-tnullv carries off tho slime or
mucouB Wbtei" 1? th?? I? ?I ?r nest of wnrms. in which
they breed, and cotiHi'qutntly worin* cannot exist where
this medicine is us- d
A physician in largo practico says: "I have been
called to many cusi'h oi Fit?, ulveu up by other Doctors
as incurable, a 1 of wtiieii |b> iug causod by worms) have
been cured by Perry's Worm Tea."
Anotlier eoys: ??I preecribo Perry's Worm Tea in all
case? where utithelniliitles (worm medicine) is lndica
ttd, and alwnys with tho happiest results.*'
JOHN A. PEHKY, Chemist. HoBton, Proprietor. M.
8. BDRR k CO., MT mnout street, Boston, General
Agenta, and sold by all Deule-s In Medicine.
Sold Wholesale ana Retail by
G. W. AIMAR,
Druggist and Chemist,
Corner King And Vauderborts stroets,
Jnne 4 mwt ?runt* ?ihar'ex'on * O.
PRO BO\i? PUBLICO.
WILL PPBIFY THE BLOOD, CURE LIVER COM
PLAINT, laimdlce, und all Dillons diseases; ros.
tore tho Lost Appot to, cure ?yspepsia, H-utr Stomach,
Hcartourn, Costivoue??, Ueadacho, Dizziness, Colds
and Fevern, Fever and Ague, Faiutness Weakness, De
bility, Eruptions on the akin, and all Humors of the
To tho weak and cmacl ted this Medicino 1b particu
larly recommended as the tunst uorfect Tonic and Invlg
orator tho worhl has cv^r sron. Tho neu of Dr. War
ren's lUllou*. Ritters never full- t > clcanso tho syBtom
from all morbid and unhealthy secretions, there >y pre
venting or during Dtseanes of tho Hkin, and all com
plaints canst d by Impure Blood, Obstructed Circula
tion, or an unhealthy statu of tho Stomach, Liver, Kid
neys, and Bowels.
For Laseitudt?, Drowsiness Dizziness, Headacho, Ora
oral Weakness and Uebillty, and all complaints incident
to tho Spring season, it is helioved that Dr. Warren's
Billions Bltfers have no equal in tho world.
Mr. Daniel Smith, ot Barton, Vt., who had been out oi
health for ? long time, and un?blo to labor, writes under
date of August 27tu, I8fi2:?"I commonced taking the
Bitters first of July, have taken ouo bottlo and part oi
another?find my health quite restored. My son has
been troubled for years with sores iin-'er his arms, and
has been cured by taking ono bottle of Dr. Warren's
PRICE. 60 CENTS AND SI.
Observe a fic-slm Jo of tho Proprietor (Tohn A. Per
ry) on the wrapper
Manufacturo by ?TOHN A. PERRY, Chemiat, Proprie
tor, Boston. Mans.
Sold by G. W. AIMXR,
Chemist and Apothecary,
Corner Kit.g and Vanderhorst-streets,
Juno4 mwf'?inoh Charleston, S. O.
SIMILI! SlftlILIBUS lUHANlUR.
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MO-T AMPLE EXPE
RIENCE, an entire success : 8imple? Prompt?Effi
cient and Reliable. They are the only medidnos per
fectly adapted to popular use?so simple that mistakes
cannot be made in using them; oo harmless as to be
tree from danger, and bo officient as to be always relia
ble. Th? v have laised the highest commendation from
all, and wUl always render satisfaction.
No. 1, cures Fever?, Congestion, Inflammations.. 28
?* 3, " Worms Worm-Fever, Worm-Coic. 25
?? 3, ? Crying Colic, or Toothing of In
? 4, " Dlarrlicea of Children or Adults.... 20
" b, " Dysentery, Griping, BiliouB Colic... 20
m 6, " C?tale a, Morbiis, Nausea, Vomit
7, " Coughs, Colds, bronchiUB.
' 8, " Kturiilgla, Toothache, Faceacho.. 26
" 9, " Headucnes,8lck H?-odache,|Vertigo.. 28
" 10, " Dyspepsia, OllloUB (Stomach. 20
" 11, " Suppressed, or P-dnful PertodB..... 20
" 12, " Wlilfes, too profnse periods. 20
" 13, " Croup, Cough, Llfflcult Breathing.. 22
" 14, " Nun tt ilium, Er s patin?, Eruption?. 25
< 16, " Kheuanutlum, Rheumatic Pains... 20
" 16, " Fever und Ague, chill ?'ever,
? 17, " Pile?, Blind or Bleeding. SO
18, " Up? litaliiiy, and St re or Wook Eyes. 60
*' 19, " Ciiiurrli, Acute or Chrome, Influ
enza . E0
" 20, < Whooping Conglt, Violent Coughs 60
" 21, " Aslhmu, Oppr-ssod Breathing. 60
' 22, ?* Kur Dlitchurgcs, Impaired Hear
" 23, " Scrofula., Enlarged Glands, Swell
" 24, " General DebUlt?,, Physical Weakness 60
" 20, " Dropny and Scanty Secretions. 60
" 36, " Ben. filen, ne su, Sickness from Bid
" 27, " Kidney Dlneaae, Gravel. 60
" 28, " Nervous Uebillty, Stmlnal Emis
sion?, Involuntary lBobarges.1.00
" 20, " Sore Mouth. Canner. 60
" 30, " Urinary Incontinence, Wetting
" 81, " Painful Periods, even with
Hposo- i. 60
" 32, " SuaTer.rtgs at Change of Lfe.1.00
"i 88, Kpllepity, i-pasm?, it Vitiis' Dance.1.00
" 34, " Dipt heria, ulcerated Bore Trost.... 60
85 vtalr, morocco case ?nd book.,$10.00
20 large vials, in morocco, and book. 6.00
20 large vials, plain case, and book. 6.00
lOboies (No?. 1 to 16), and br.ok. 3.00
Mahogany cases, 10 vials.$10.00
Single vlais, wl h directions. 1.00
4?aT~These remedies, by the case or single box, are
sent to any part ot the countiy, by Mail or KxpreBB, free
Of charge, on receipt oi the , rice. Address
HOM OrATHIC MKOitilNB COMPANY,
Office and Depot No. 6t>2 Broaviw.y, New York.
Dr. HcarPHBKTh is oonsu.tod daily at bis office, per
sonally or by lutter, as above, for ah forms of disease.
KINO & C ASSIDEY,
W. A. SKIUVK.
A. AT. Ki.KKl. At CO.. Retail Agmts,
No. 231 EING-U i REET 4th door above Market-et.
April IS mwii.un. timo tiliarh-stoii, S. ?.
AGUA de MAGNOLIA,
A TOILET DELIGHT I THE LADIES' TREABURI
?nd gentleman'? boon! The "sweetest thing
ami largest quantity. Manufactured from the riot
Southern Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and per*
son, to render the skin ?oft and fresh, to prevent era?,.
lions, to perfume clothing, Ao.
It overcomes the unpleasant odor of perspiration,
It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ac.
It cures nervous headache aud allays Inflammation?
It oools, softens, and adds delicacy to the skin.
It yields s subdued and lasting perfume.
It cures mosquito bite? and ?ting? of Insect*.
It contains no material injurious to the skin.
Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singers. It Is
What every lady should have. Sold everywhere. T?>
the Magnolia Water onoe, and yon will nse no other Or.
togne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water afterwards.
DEMAB It ABB E-i A OO.
Props. Exclusive Agenta, N. Y
October 80 rxwtlyr
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM.
THIS IB lilt. M081 DELIGHTFUL AND EXTRA
ORDINARY article ever discovered. It change?
the sun-burnt face and bands to a pearly satin toxttir.
of ravishing beauty, Imparting tho marble purity 0
youth, and the distingue appearauc? so Inviting In th?
City belle of fashion. 11 removes tan, freckles, pimple?
and roughness from the akin, leaving the ooniplexioi
fresh, transparent and smooth. It contains no materia
njurions to the ?kin. Patronised by Aotro?ao? anr
Opera Slngsrs. It is what every lady should have. Boh
everywhere. Beta] 1 price AO cents.
Prepared by W. B. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y.
Address all orders to DKMAS BABNBB at OO?,
October 80 mwflyr New York
LADIES DESIRING ? SMOOTH, CLEAF
l? vwsK?sa ^x* ???t
HA8 NO EQUAL FOR PRESEBVING AND BEAUT
rYING THE COMPLEXION AND SKIN.
Bold by Druggists everywhere.
Depot No. 74 Fulton-street. New York.
KING & CASSIDEY. Aerents.
txn ? ... OIIAR
Or ?Tetnate Ilcgulator,
Cure Suppresned, f?rcexsicc and
Painful Menstruation, Green
Sickness, Nerrous and Spinal Af
fettlon?, 1'ainn in the Buck; Stci
Headache, Giddiness, and nil dis
eases that upring from Irregularity,
by removing the cause nml all tho
effects that nrise from It. They
nrc perfectly sale in all rases, ex
cept when fin bidden by direc
tions, ftud are easy ti> atluiinl.-ter,
ns they nro nicely sugar enattd.
They should be 'in the bands of
every Maiden, Wife, and Mother
Id the hind.
Ladies can address us In perfect
?outille ncc, and Btnto their com
plaints In full, as wo treat all Female Complaints,
find preparo Medicines suitable fur all diseases to
which they nro subject.?Thirty-two page pamphlet,
In n sealed cnvnlope, free.
Tho Cherokee Pills aro sold by all druggists at %\
per box, or six brlStcs for |0 ; or they aro sent by
mall, froo of postage, In nn ordinary lutter, free
from observation, by addressing tho solo proprietor,
Dr. W. E. MJ3RWIN, 37 Walker 8t., N. Y.
N. B.?Chcrokoo Pills No. 2 aro prepared for
special canes, when militer medicines full ; these
nro fent by mall, free of postage, on receipt of $5,
the price of each box.
Or, Essence of M Ate,
)SBsWB??W c"rcs General Debility, Weak
)^&Llw/^Er-/- ness. Hysterics in Females,
Jgg Palpitation of the Heart and
<&< all Nervous Di?eases. It re
stores new Ufo and vigor to tho
aged, causing tho hot blood of
As the. Phenfx rises yOUtj, t0 course the veins, res
"JE" ??S tun ??ring the Organe of Genera,
neto life"?so does tion.removingImpotencyand
this Elixir rejuven Debility restoring Manliness
ate the system and and full rigor, thus proving a
overcome disease. perfect " Elixir of Lore,'" re
moving Sterility and Barrenness in both sexes. To
tho young, nilddle-tipcd, and aged, thero Is no greater
boon than this " Elixir of Life." It give? a new
lease of life, causing the weak and debilitated to
have renowed strength and vigor, and tho entire
system to thrill with joy and pleasure.
Price, ono bottle $2 ; thrco bottles $5 ; sent by
express to any address.
Our medicines aro 6tild and recommended by all
rcspcctablo drugelsts In every part of tho civilized
globo; some unprincipled di'olcrs, however, try to
decelvo their customer? by selling cheap and worth
less compounds In order to moke money. Bo not
deceived?ask for these medicines and tako no
others. If tho druggi.-t <loes not keep them, writo
to us, and wo will send thcin by express, carefully
packet), free from observation. Wo will be pleased
to receive Jotters with full statements in regard to
any disease with which ladles or gentlemen are
aflflctcd Address nil letters for medicines, pamph
lets, or advice, to the sole proprlotor, * <%
Or W. R. MERWIN, 37 Walker St., N. Y,
May 35 fmw ly
THE A8TONI8HING 8UCOE88 "WHICH HAS AT.
TENDED this Invaluable medicine proves it the
most perfect remedy ever discovered. No language can
convey an adequate Idea of the Immediate and almost
miraculous change which it occasions to the debilitated
and ahattered syntein. in fact, it stands unrivalled as a
remedy for the perfect cure of
Loss of Muscular Energy,
Ulc?ration of ,
Diseases of the
Pros trate filand.
Stone ill .he
tnd all Diseases or A < rtions of the Bladder and Kid
neys, and Dropsical i ' i'.iui;? existing in Men, Women,
FOB THOSE DI ASER PECULIAR TO FEMALES
OONbTITi. r. N WA J Kit 18 A SOVEREIGN
These irregularities are the cause of frequently reenr
rlnp disease, and through neglect the seeds of more
grave and dangerous maladie-? are the result; and as
month alter month pauses without an effort being made
to assist nature, the lifllculty becomes chronic, the na
ttent gradually los?s her app?tits, the how?ls are con
atipated, night sw.ata come on, and consumption final
ly ends her career.
For sale by all Druggists. Price $1.
W. D. GREGG & 00?
MlEOAN b ALLEN,
General Agents, No. 40 Cliff street, Now York,
April It nnj"
WHOLKBAAZ AND BETAIL DEALKB IH
M1LLINKRV AXI) FAIW? ?001)8?
DRY OOi)I)S TOYS &o.
AC NO.XOH IAtI.U-14TUKKT, ?Jlirxriaimn, -fJ.t
Ai h KV? ?ulllv PRICES,
KB" ?orkvlile paner oonv for two months, and eat?
GEO. E. CRUMP & CO.
GEM? III I, ?Oilul?lOn
?QE?RTS FOU HANUJPAaJlLfiltD TXIi?UOO,
AND WHOLKHAI.S DKatJCBS IM
liltAUUli? Uhu?, *L.*>ll*. LliUlC,
oU'j?All?i. HA ti. SAbraO Klsii,
?.. K, .?> ?, ?Vf.
>0 - ? ...../A" ?- -rfai*t
_ ?AUGUSTA, a A. _.
THE OLD STEELING REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS
i:s!\.\ki,i ,.. :., isir,.
TOE9R BITTEB9 ABE PDBKLY A VEOETABLE
COMPOUND, and aro offered to tho public under the
fullest convict I'M that iln-v will he found a safo and sov
erelgu BKMI-.DY FOB I YM'Kl'8 A.
Thi-y have b?'en triumphantly tented bv nu nieront
families and Phys clans lu the South, who have furnish
ed ample te&timony ae to tn>.lr ?culue? excellence.
MR8. JENKIN8' COLLETON BinTB8l
Cures Nervous Headache.
MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON Bl I '1 EliM 1
8treiiKtbon8 tin? Digestive OrganB.
MBS. JENKINS' OOLLKION UITi EKSI
Ptiimilaics a Torpid Livor
MR8. JENKINS' COLLETON BlTIERsl
Corrects ?cldity of tho Stomach
MRS. JENKINS' COLLEl"ON BITTEBst
Creates a Good Appetite.
MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTLR8I
i uren Dyspepsia In Its most aggravated form.
MRS. JENKINS' CUL.LETON BITTERS I
Rejuvenates Old Age
MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERBI
Aro truly called "Tho People's Medicine."
FOR PALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOB SALE AY ALL DROOOISTS.
FOR SAI E UY ALL Di UUOISIS.
FOR 8 ?.LE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUOUIaXH.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BBWA E Op AN IMITATION.
BEWARB OF AN IMITATIOV.
BEW*t>E OF *N IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN lMITAlIuN.
KB" Tho TRADE will bo snppliod on LIBERA
All orders should be addressed to
WM. A. SKRINE, M. D.,
FAMILY MED10INE WAREHOUSE,
No. 280 King street,
Manufacturer and Solo Agent for Mrs. Jenkins.
Proprietor and Manufacturer of EPPING'S COM
POUND FLUID EX i BAUT 8ARSAHARILLA AND
QDrEN'S DELIGHT, tho best kuowu remedy for 8uro
lula and Krupti.iUD of the eld . 1 cc.innuendo.! espe
cially by Physicians for all Impurities of t o System.
1866. F05. 1366, 1866.
BACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED
rWO PERFECTLY TKHPKRKD BINOLB
BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIBMLY TOGETHER
edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making thi
VTBONGEST AND MOST FLEXIBLE, the LIGHTEST
AND MOST DUBABLE SPRING made.
They will not bend or break like the single springs,
>nt will alwaya preserve their
PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OB HOUSE DRESS.
In fact, they are superior to sil others, combining
JJOMFOBT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS ANT
BRADLEVS DUPLEX ELLIPTII
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For aale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively by
-he sole owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
40. 70 OH AMBERS AND Nos. 79 AND 81 BEADS BTS
For aale In Charleston, S. O., Wholesale and Beta?t b;
WM. T. BTJBGE b OO.
EDWIN BATES A OO.
EING A GOODBIOH.
J. B. BEAD b OO.
WM. McOOMB & 00.
E. SOOTT b OO.
UFFEEBARDT, 0AMP8EN & OO.
JAR B. BETTS.
8TOLL. WRHB A GO.
S. FBI BOU na, O IHM & OO.
And ?II other Merchants who seU tirei-oa??. jjvIRI
n Oharleston and Uirongbom the Uonthcri- Htatee.
?Annarv a?' *>n>'
G. ?. (JHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKEB
No. IN BROAD-STREET,
OHARLESTON, 8. 0.
A GENT FOB THE l'UBOI?ASB AND SALS O?
-L BEaL Eb l'ATE in any ot the Sonthern States.
ALSO AGENT FOB THE SALE BENTING. u?
i'fl ? *- /
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