Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Charleston daily news. (Charleston, S.C.) 1865-1873, July 25, 1866, Page 2, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
The H>ailv News.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25. 18G0.
Falso oyo-lashoa aro tito latest tributo of art to
1>oauty in Paris. The Empress has couutonnnccd
A recent number of the London Athen?um con
tain? an advert?s? -incut lor a sub-editor for a coun
trv journal. Ho moat "0 ft rtTbatim abort-hand
reporter, a Rood d-eeerlpHvo writer, and willing to
ninko liimautf "g< tieraHy uschit." For all these
gifts tbo inlvi rli.-cr offers to pay $8.50 per week !
Jknki.ns. i" h'*4 li?s' Parh leMer, givos a "map"'
of 11".?' limp ruf** dinner, lloro it is :
Spring ?oup, with quelle? oi fowl; meal soup,
with Italian past??; i is? ?les a la rnaso; turbot with
Dutch Hanoi?; ham slotted with vegetable?*; lamb
cutlets; ?p'Kgram of chicory; f.tt fowls ala IVii
cuonx; etvi un ttcs of gniiH? a la Houtaigrenee;
harne of salmon, mimihide saneo; little ?all?tillOB
a la Parisienne; ducklings from Ronen; young
chickens; asparagus; gnen peas a la Fran?ais.?;
riomliierea biscuits; lightnings of coffee; orango
Jelly; strawberry profiteroles.
A Paris letter-writer thus describes tbo latest
style of kid gl?>vos?tbo Josephine: "it must lu?
good, becaueo iis nuke is s?> po.'Uliar that it could
not bo put on if inferior in quality. Thcro ii Do
seam down that part of the hand beginning with
the tip of ttio litt It? linger and unding below the
Wrist; tho palm and back nie cut in one, und tbo
thumb Jin? free motion, not being tightened in
with a oirenlar seam, which so often splits. Thou
tbero is no dtamond-ehaped natch between tho
fingers, and altogether the Jo.-epbiuo fits as an
"upper skin ought tollt."
A letter from a Brazilian officer describes some
of tho beauties ?>f soldiering iu South America:
''Amphibian? creatures abound. In my own tent
I have already killed four snakes. Every morning
I find myself accompanied by a body-guard ol fif
teen or twenty in-msuons toads, which have qni
otly spent the night under tho corners of the hide*
that servo mo us a bud. Enormous alligators
promenade regularly from isko to lako every
night. In n Majors K ut, tho other day, ono was
killed that m?-nsnri?d about six feet in length;
and an unfortunate Brazilian poldier was unex
pectedly taken oil his legs by one of these horrible
creatures and carried into the nearest lako."
Amono tho gifts to tho Princess Mary on her
wedding day were an exquisito timepiece in china
and gold, with candlestics of tho samo design,
from tho Duko of Cambridge and staff From
the Earl and Coun'rss of Derby a gilt inkstand,
hiottiug ca-O, envelop case, almauac, paper
knife, pen tray and eandli sticks, each studded
with green malachite stones; from tho Dowager
Lady Lichticld, a very handsome paraBol of
guipure laec, ti.o batidlo of ivory and gold, thickly
studded with turqu??'se and garnets; from Lord
Colvillo, a casket of gold, with elegantly painted
panels in china; from tho Viscount and Vis
countess Cub tier? isc, a superb breakfast service
in groon china gilt. From the Earl and Countess
of Dudley, a beautiful carved crystal cup and
cover, mounted iu gold and richly cut, and a
double salts bottle in gold, set with pearls, eme
ralds and rubies. Tho present of tho Duchess of
Hamilton was ono of tho most elegant and costly.
It consisted of a fan, tho sides of which wero of
Eure gold, pierced arabesque, and enriched with
or Royal Highness' crown and monogram in
diamonds, rubies and emeralds, tho meshes of
mother-of-pearl, inlaid with gold wreaths of flow
ers, and the crown and monogram carved in re
lief on centro. Tlio tun itsolf is of Brussols point
and not laco manufactured expressly lor tho oc
They rather out-do ua in England in regard to
matrimonial advertisements, judging from tho fol
Ada Emily Jenny, just ninoteon, fair blue eyeB,
and handsome, would like to be married us early
Rosebud, who is seventeen and pretty, having
rich golncti hair, wishes to marry a tall young
man, about twenty-lour years of age.
Violet wi?m s to bo married to a tall man. She
is tall an i verv go?id looking.
Lalla Rookh would nearly like to bo married.
Sho moves iu flrst-class society, and ha? ?500 a
year. She is eighteen, tall, and strikingly hand
Some of tho applicants put tho matter rather
upon the ground of duty and destiny:
Mary G., who has good looks, but,iloe.s not wish
to speak of them, wauts to bo married. She has
read her Bible, and knows that marriage is the
destiny aud honor of woman. She is twenty
Catherine E. B., who has dark brown hair, and
soft brown oyes, with pretty features and nice
figure, wishes to fulfill her woman's mission, and
marry, tibe will havo money.
July I? Millions.
RIDING HABITS?SnAWLS AND SACKS?BA8QUINES?
[From the New York Boudoir.)
Riding suits are no longer tho articles our
grandmothers, or even our mammas, wore. They
are by no means so long. Most of the bodices of
riding habits are made on tho basque principle,
but we have seen a f?w dashing ones cut in the
blouse style. Oth? r fashionable riding habits nro
made a ?a "Robe Re-uaniier"?that is, with plain
bodice, fastened in front, but with skirt open be
hind the wh?>le way ir??m the bom to the waist.
"When seated tho skut flows tree of the rider.
One of the fair equestriennes of the city recent
ly appeare.it iu the Central Park on a cream color*
ed charger, in a habit which was the exact copy
of one iu which a court ladv was represented in a
painting at tho National Academy. The cap was
a cowl of lu? velvet, with a peak in front; from
beneath this fell a wealth of golden curls, which
it was whispori d were attached ta the cap, not to
the hcatl. The bodice was of blue velvet, and
opened in the trout, ?u revers over a white chemi
sette. Tho ?-kirt was of blue vilvot, and opened
behind over a i-kirt of orango siik. Tho velvet
was ?laboraiely embroidered with orange and gold.
Shawls aro veiy much worn now., and will in
crease in fav-?r as the summer advances; they are
ao light and cool, aud now ili.it tbo "Arab" atylo
of wearing th? m is hd'ipted. so easy to wear and
so graceful ?hen w?ni. With the exception of
tho supern bice, shawls, all the others aro extreme
ly inexpeiisivu They am mostly squares or tri
angles of light silk, biwn or muslin, or some of
. tho new suuiunr materials, seoilopod a roui il tho
edge, or hemmed, and wi?h bright colored ribh.ui
ruu through the hem Or, they are trimmed with
guipiu-, either on the edge or above the edge, and
over colo?cd ribbon. Tim mo-1elaborate of these
are embroi i. n d in c ?lors on a sewing machine.
When dono in van??u-? colored twist on whilo mus
lin, the?, w hIi and make up easily, and 1o?k fresh
and pr?t y
Backs ?.ro worn looser than ever at the back.
Some are so l??o-u as to bu shapeless, and the
coat sleeve, ?hieb i? ?-till fashionable, is made to
look too tit.-ht th? reby.
Rasquines are snl ?o-n on the promenades but
the l'e,)Jiiui ii-i-q'iiei'Un has supmscdod them 5'
fashionable favor. Theso charming and conve
nient littto ih ugi ?r? now cut. in a var.ety of
. shapes, tun m??-t popular being like a doep basque
skirt, pointed h? hind and before, and also upen
behind Mini bo'oie. Each point sports a tassol.
They ar>- m tnciied, in some instances, to tin in
visible t lastic h ?nil, hut in m ?st cases to a conspi
cuous licit. ?.Vieil on and f? ?tened, noue but tho
initiate I could t? II that it Was a sep irate tiling
from tin cor-age.
The following t?x tuples may bo taken Vu typos
of tin? most ap.ii nved m..d?Hof this season :
For indoor to?k'-, a bright bnio silk drosB,
trimm d a t W iiche?nrti.?ve the bottom with two
or moro bands o> whit?- giiipuro; a fawn colored
striped silk ?kin, 1 "ped up wild ?duo silk tabs,
and ornament d With whit? guipure. Tliueoi
sage may bo tho same material as the drc-s skirt,
out on i In- p?'si>nnt uaist pi ineinle, or it. may boa
blue silk pensant WHisi, trimmed with white, gui
J)iire, au> I W ?ro with or without l.ipp? In These
appels may !> cut p inted or quaic, and sot on
a I?ami it mnmIi,?Mini hihi be tmr'i after the man
ner of a P? phi in ha-tinine. Whether the corsage
bo made <?f th satin? ma orial as the drees or pet
ticoat, it mu-' b? cm l??w, and worn <>v<r a laced
or i?urT. .1 tu*le cirnni-i tie. It may havo, or may
dispense wit li, shoulder Hands.
Tue jewels, aa young lames call their trinkets,
most in voguo this season aro chains, oamoos,
horso-nhooB, stirrups, and other equino ombloras
in vulcanite, crystal, silver and spa. Tho first and
last of theso materials aro tho nowest?ono a
soft, rich black, tho other a frost poarl, white.
They nro seldom neon in combination, tho spa
looking best unrelieved, and tho vulcanito con
trasting moro favorably with red and yellow.
Gold and coral enter iuto combination with vulca
nite with good offset.
Ladies iiiBist on slippers smallor than ever, and
with toe? more largely and more elaborately or
namented tbiiii over." A part of tho orteil Of
ladies is, tint largo rosettes mnko Hlippors Inok
small, und tor fear that any human eyes should
poB-ibly escupo seeing tbo largo rosettes, of tho
season," a gleaming or glittering "jewel" is set in
the centre, and the mind of ihn ?ventor resin satis
lied. The material most aiTeeted for slippers ia
salin and bronzed kid. A novelty in tho silver
kid, which is pearly in ils quiet lustre.
Tin Solcllur'M Soliloquy.
[From the La Crotte ( ll'isi.) Democrat.)
Good bye, blue ruin I Go into the dye tub?into
the rag bag, iinywlioro out of mv sight. For
three years I worn thoso blue duds, and now,
thaiik.Gnd, they aro oft, aud oncu more I am in
command of nixself.
What tho devil tlid I go to war for ? That? tho
qucs'ioii. What did I eat hard tack for?drink
commissary whiskey?carry a mule's load?sleep
m the imid?sutler"in hospital and loso this limb
for ? Who knows ?
I enlisted to savo the Union.
I went to war to put down the rebellion.
I fought to punish traitors.
I killed people to restore tho harmony of things.
1 went to war beeaiiso that was in old times tho
wav to patriotism.
And what was there gained? I had tlurteon
dollars a month. 1 rude Hliaiik's mare from Bull
Rnu to Red River, almost fur nothing.
1 longbt to keep this Union who'o, ard now,
when tho war ia ended, I am told that lighting
divided, and thut legislation alono can restore tho
Union ! Then why In thnnder must I lose thro?
toara of time and a limb if all thia work must bo
?iono by Congress? Why were a million of us
killed by drunken, thieving, cotton-stealing, silver
waro-hunliug, conceited, upstart, political gener
als, who went up like rockets and came duwn like
sticks, if Congress can or could rtstoro tho Union '
by legislation ?
I went to wur iu good faith.
I longbt a scoro of times, and tho moro I
fought and tho leas I stole, tho Blower came pro
1 helneil mako a iloz n generals, iifty colonols,
and a hundred officer! rich.
I have lugged many a piano, rosewood bedstoad,
marble-tup table, oabiuet of boolis, mahoganv
sola and such s toll" out of .southern homes to bo
sent North tor the uso of my superior oilicer, and
tho adornment of his homo in tho North. This
was the big dart tor patting down tho rebellion.
And I went to war for less wages than I could
have earned ut humo. Aud my wifo was often
starving while I was away. And my children be*
caiuo ragged and dirty?my farm ran to weeds?
my shop ran down?my tools wero stolen or loat?
my place is filled by another?I camo home a
cripple, filled with disease, aud am now looked
upou by the samo mou who wanted mo to go to
the war, much as people look upon somo dead
beat who has gono through them for all their
Aud the abolitionists who forgot to tako caro of
soldiers' families?tho abolitionists who told us that
the Democrats wanted tho Union dissolved?tho
abolitionists who said the Democrats were trait
ors?the abolitionists who stayed at homo and
dare not fight, except in tho tor m of a mob, in
tho attack of some defenceless Democrat, now toll
The late war did not restore the Union.
The war was therefore a failure.
Tho whito mon of tho North were no match for
the whito men of the South.
The war would have ended in defeat for tho
North but for the niggers.
Tins is what abolitionists tell us. Reckon thoy
will have a good time getting us returned soldiers
ougaged iu auother crusade for cotton, niggers,
mules, aud stolon plunder, taken by force of the
bayonet from womoti and children.
?i seems to me' as if the late war was a gag?a
humbug?a wicked, treasonable, unconstitutional
gag. It did not restore the Union, but it mado a
pile of abolitionists and war Democrats lieh.
It never prevented socossion, but left this Union
iu tho shape we did not lind it
It nev. r benellited any one North or South, ex
cept thieving soldiers, army chaplains, swindling
contractors, drunken offieora, incompetent gene
rals, and other such pets of the late administra
It didn't help the whito people.
It did't help the niggers.
It impoverished half of tho Union.
It didn't ma.uo tin? South friendly to Northern
ideas, interests or people
It piled a big debt upon us, and took from us
two-thirds of our moans to pay it.
And now I urn back from the war to find that I
must pay tho most exorbitant taxes?and to find
that old Grudgiiigs, a mean, narrow-minded, stay
at-home coward is rich, with a sate full of U. t?.
notes or bonds, fur which 1 must work the balance
of my life out to pay interest on, while ho escapee
taxation aud lives in idleness. I had a hundred
do lars bounty to go to war. Now I come home
to find the town, county, city and ?t?te in debt for
the money I had?tbo wealth of tho country ia iu
bonds?the school-bouses in ruins?the court
houses, ?fee, iu ruins?all theso things to be built
up?tho bonds and their interest to be paid be
Hi.ioH all the oili r tuxes, aud the holdorsof bonds
living in luxurious idleness, with large incomes,
and not one cunt of tax to pay anybody or for any
It was bad enough to fight for such cowards.
Il is nad enough to h>?v. it said that wo could
not have whipped tho South without the aid of
theau high-flavored nigger troops who are now to
be called our equals.
It is had enough to have enormous taxes to pay
to repair tho damages time and war have wrought.
But it's worse than all to havo to pay six hundred
million dollars a year of interest to the men who
bold bonds exempt from taxation?in other words,
to go to war and then come home and pay our
solves for being shot at, woundod aud killed.
Aoohl iomsiii don't pay. Now I'm as good a man
as any of them. No man han a right now to lotd
it over me. I wear no badge of servitude, adver
tising that I am a fit subject for shoulder- strap
ped damns, cufl>, kicks, guard-houses, &o. I'm a
relumed soldi?r?a poor man who must work or
starve. 1 love my couutry. I'm a better patriot
than tbo man who makes tho poor mm to pay
taxes and interest on bonds exempt from taxation,
and I sa? it boldly that the next lime I t-hnulder
a nm.-ket it wil. be for equal taxai ion, equal rights
and a free country. I d-n't like the idea, of repu
diation, but if government don't tax her* bonds,
may I be banged if I ?tver pay a cent or taxes, for
my crippled liiiih is a better aud a more honorable
in mil than the government ever issued. If all are
taxed alike, it is well. It not, it's repudiate, or
HiiANDKNiiiino and Hai'obuho.? Cho Paris Si?cle
of Juno 19, ni an sit clo under this beading, pro
tests against the usual namo given to tbo ruling
h usos in Prussia and Austria, the H ?use of
Hi aiidenhurg tor tho ono and the House of Haps
hing tor the other, as contrary to history. It re
fers to the faut that it wa? a H henzollorn who, in
1415, acquired the margravi.ie of Branden
burg, whion pnssortr-i'in was, in 1417, confirmed* o
tin m by ihn Emporor I ho present King is a
direct descendant of the lloheiizollern, a d that,
then fore, is his family namo, and not Branden
In regard to Austria, tho Si?cle remarks that
they took tin ir origin from a boh or the Count of
A's.ice, Ri.leboo, win?, in 1020, ou It tho Castle- of
Hapabarg, in the Swiss Canton of Argua, and
Werner, one or his sons, first took tho title of
(kraut of H psburg. One ot their descendants,
Rndolnh, ii.croa8e.il his d. mi ion in Hwilz-rlnnd,
acquired the Duchy of Austria, and in 1273 was
el el. d German Emperor, lina House 01 H ips
btirg, Austria, the .si?cle maint una, hooamo ex
liutiiii-heil upon tho death of Oh rlos VI in 1710,
leaviiig no nule heir, and bis dxii.-hier Maria
riiei(?sa marrying Dnko Franela of L ruino, o?
whom tho pros> ut ruling family in Austria are
desceiiiluiits. Ii is then f froelaimed by i.ur P*iris
coti-mporary that Austria is not ruled by a H ?ps
burg, but by a Loi riti i?-.
On till, that the Priueii of W.iles met Mrs.
Ritchi., h. il -uuhtor or Gen. W-tdsworth, at a eon. t
ball, and fiat hor betiity m .do no groat an mi
pr. sbion upon him that ho danced with her twice
during the evening.
0W AWAY WITH 8PEOTAOLE8.?OLD EYE?
made now, without Bpeotaoles, Doctor or Medi?me
r-mpblot mailed free on receipt ol ton cents. Addron
K. B. FOOTE. M. D? No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
03- DUrCHKR'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER
Manes quick work with flics, and II commenced early,
keeps the houso clear all tho mimtnor.
Look oat for Imitations, (let DuTcm-.n's only.
June 36 lnio
03- COLGATE'S IIONEY SOAr. -THlttOKLK*
BBATED Toilet Soup, In such nnlvor al dotuand,
s mado from tho choicest materials. Is m I Id ano
mollirni In IU nature, ft a^iaiil l>? ?tcturil, mk'
extremely bcnrflclnl In 11b action upon the akin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fancy GooiIb Dealora.
February 7 _lyr
03- ITCH 1 ITCH I ITCH 1 S O R A T O III
SCRATCH I 80RAT0H1 WUEATON'3 ointment
will euro tho itch in 48 honra. Also cures Halt Uhoiim,
Ulcers, Chilblain?, anil all Kriiptions of the Skin. Price
60 conte. For salo by all druggists. By Bonding 60
coi??s to WEEKS ft PtiTTKR, Solo Agent?, 170 Washing
ton stroot Boston, It will be forwardoil by mall, Ireo ol
pofltngo, to any part of tho United otates.
Jnno 4 fimos
03- BATOHELOR'S HAIB DYEI?THE ORIGINA1
and boat In the world I Tho only trno and perfoct HAIB
DTK. HannloBB, Reliable and Instantaneous. Prodncei
Immodlstoly a splondld Black or natural Brown, with
ont Injuring tho hair or skin. Bomcdlos tho ill effeots c
bid dyos. Sold by all Druggists. The genuino is eignet)
VILLIAM A. BATOHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT O? MILLEFLEUH8,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATOHELOR, Now York.
Angost 17 lvr
03- SPEC I AL NOTICE_"GREATOAKS FRO?
little acornn grow." The worst dlBossen known to thr
aman race spring from causes bo small as to almost
ofy dotectlon. Tho volumes of so! out ifrc loro that All
the tables and shelve? o : the medica fraternity only go
to prove and elaborato these facts.
Then guard youraolvos while yon may. The smallest
pimple on tho Bkln tell-tale and indicator of disease:
It may fade and dio awa j from tho surface of tho body,
bn wl ?reach tho vita . i,perhaps, at last,and death
?is the resu and Ana close. MAOGLEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, an DIARRHEA PILLS cure where all
others fall. While for Burns Scald i Chilblains, Ont?,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAUGIi'L'B Salve Is in.
fallible. Sold by J. ?AGGIEL, No. 43 Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggists, at 36 cents per box.
03- HYGIENIC WINE?THE GREAT IM
PORTED TONIC?It Is utterly different from alcoholic
trashy bittent. It wan cntlorsoi! by fifty-s x members of
tho American Medical Association, with their signatures,
Baltimore, May 1, 1800. AU physicians who examino 11
unhesitatingly approve It. It is tho BEhT TONIO FOR
LADIES known. Sample eases sent on receipt of $16.
LAMBERT k KAMPINO, Importers,
Nos. 31 and 33 Broadway, New York,
MUSCAT PERLE?finest Table Wtna
N. B.?Samplos sent to physicians, with formula, trot
of charge. _wf3moB June 36
JWSEA ISLAND 8H1RTS.?A FIRST OLA88
YOKE SB 1RT, for gentlemen for S3 each. Will fit any
well formed man perfectly. Made in tho best manner from
the excellent cottons of the A&kwiuobt Mills and lin
ens of Fen neu. k Son, Bklfaht, Iueland These bu
perb shirts ?will be sent to any point In the South where
there Is an Exprons (jfllco for f 30 por dozen?tho pay
collected on delivery.
All Unen SUIKT8, $3 76.
9 and 4 ply Linen Collars, $3 per doren.
India Qaiixo Underdo-hing, at $1 3t each.
And a gonoral assortoio'it of ueutlemen's Goods at
aim liar prices. Address ordora t >
P. F. SMITH _ FOWLER,
Jnno 36 wfmlmo & Park Row, Now York.
PEREOSOOPIO GLASSES FITTED TO SUIT ANT
WIM J IN G. WIIILDEN & 0.,
Jnno 16 jjnwjmea No. 266 KING-STREET.
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM G. WIHLDHN & CO.,
?o. 336 KING-STREET.
WATCHES AND JlCiVrci.lt Y RBPAIRED.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER PURCHASED.
June 16 fmwSmos
A FULL ASSORTMENT FOR BALE BY
WIL l\n 0. WUILDIW & 10.,
No. 255 KING AND No. 11 HAYNE-STREET.
?E LEATHER AND WAX
BONE AND IV<RY COUNTERS
BILLIARD HALLS, CUES, &o.
WILLI IN G WIIIMM:\ & 10,
June 16 Imwimoi No. 355 KINQ-HTRB8T.
iiiiiiML-i l?i^iii.M? mm.
PL1TED AND SILVER 8POONP
FORKS OA8TOK8. Tl-A TIAY8
DISH OoYEHB, TABLE MiTl
TAULE OOTI ERF and
For Bale by WI_iX> W-WARE.
WILLUM g. wiiildkiv _ 10..
June 111_lmw3?oa No. 366 ^ING-Sl'BEET.
DR. M. OREENIuA?D
HAVING I AREN THE DRUG STORE, N?). 45 CAL
HOHN KTItr.KT. corunr of Mlilil e, and having
iir cured afresh suppl> of (?RC ?, ERICIVR. PEK
'UMrJltY oed DYE 8TUFK8, renpecifully offers thi?
tame to h's f isnds and the community, and hopes by
strict a?t> utl??n la mee? tie ir patronage.
Physicians prescriptions pro ? ptly an 1 carefully com
ponnded. nitvfl3 Jul? 0
WIIL PURCHASE AND 8E*L 8T?i'KS AND BE
t'Ui.I'IE? ni' iL.. KIND??, M reu.inline.. Pro
duce, ko.. a tos vgent In any iu?rc?n'ilo ??re ?liiiimr i ni
liit-ro-'n i-rmii-? ni i" In? f-'f. Il?? ?vili ulvo hiH b.-st
and ?uruliil at huiiou t?> ihn al?n lng anil adjUBtin? or
Ho ?k-. Are.'lints, a; Co lectiug, siao, a 1 writing of
R nd?, fioutrscU, Li'Uer., Au.
Hi? mpt attention u'iiir*?iii'?'d and a pnrilo of tbe
pairo ?ax? of Ui? public- Riillelifd.
Offlceot O I Alt' r8T?lN I IHUARY BUILDIVOS.
N. W. cor?.er Church nd Uroad-xtrents.
JAMES McCORMI K
WH0I.KRAI.K AND IIETA1L D? ALK II IM
rLOTHS.CAS^IHEK'N *?> > VrtsriNGS,
GENTS* FUR I8UI.NO GOODS,
Wo. 35 Broad s? i ??#?t,
July 39 Ciuob CHARLESTON, B. O.
A COMPLETE ASS(
No. 4,3^ I
TUE M08T INVALUABLE PEMEDY FO.t THF PER
MANENT CC11E OF
FOR THE CERTAIN AND SPEEDY ODRE OF
Arising from a debilitated stats of the Stomach or Liver
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OF ODR
and take nono other, and you will not be disappointed.
The trade supplied eu tbc moat liberal terms by the
Propriotor and Manufacturer,
C. P. PANKNIN,
NO. 123 MEETING 8TREET,
Charleston, S. O.
S3- PLEASE OBSERVE THE FAO SIMILE OFTHE
PBORPIETOR'S SIQNATDltE ON THE ODTBIDE
Also for salo at
?. W. AI MAR,
Db. P. M. COHEN,
DAW80N k BLA KMAN.
E. H KELLERS & CO.
And by Druggists generally.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. 0. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD nOOH NORTH OP MARKET,
WOULD INFORM THE PDBL?0 THAT THEY HAVE
on haud a mil aaaortmont of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PltOPRIETAR? ARTICLES. HOAP-J, BRD8HE8. PER
FI7MKKY ninl FANCY Huons, and are prepared to
supply physicians and private families at cheapest mar
E. II. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER, M. D.
For the Handkerchief.
A Most "^xouip^e. Delicate, and Fra
grrant. T?*? ?'>.,iri0. T?;.?-nie(j from the Rare
and He* " I Flower from which it
takes i'-, namo.
Mauufucliniil only '" " "7A1LOW & SON.
ri"\. x UK.
EEw-jtu? r? iriJRTESFlSr.'S.
A?.X FOR "" ? LON'fl-TAKE NO OTJ1K1 .
bu.d br Dtb?**-*" ?-encralbr.
DfoemberJO g wsly?
3UTMENT OF THE
C & CO HEX'S,
No. 238 King-street,
PB ATP & MM BROTHERS?
No. 238 King-street,
FOURTH DOOIt ABOVE MARKET-8T.,
Charleston. S. C.
N. A. PRATT. 1 8. W. WILSON. f
Cheini-t to lato.
(J. H. Nitro Bild I
Mlnlui; Bu- f
P. B. WILPON,
of pharmacy, k
' In mist to late
? ? Urd. Dop't,
Tim Proprietors ?ire Native Ucorgians?
rp rj -jp
UANOFACrURED BY THE BALTIMORE COMPANY,
FOllllES ?t CO., BAL.*] 1M?11E, MO.
rT 18 UNEXCELLEDIN PURIFYING AND 8WEETE>i
ING tbo atraospbero In SICK itOuMH, HOSPITALS,
VESSELS, SINKS. CESSPODLij. PRTVlEi, &c, &c.
A Uberal discount ailiwod to tho trade.
Your attention ia reapect<u!ly requested to the follow
ing tOBtioionialB :
Baltimore, Feb. 8th, I860.
For an efficient and reliablo Deodorizer and Disin
fectant always ready for use, aud not liable to any
shange, equally valuable In the nick room, and in tho foul
link, it baa In my opinion no equal.
WiLLI\M E. A. AIKIN,
Professor of Cliomlatry University of Maryland.
Dr. W. C, V \N BIBBER, who ruado tin report apon
"Disinfectants" to tbo National Sanitary and Quarantine
Oonvention of 18&9, saya if tul* article :
"It is tho boat deodorant of ? hw-li I liavo any knowl
edge 1st. It evidently answers tho pnrpoae. 2d. It le
odorless itself. 3d. It 1b easily kept and manigod. 4th.
It is comparatively cheap, it la a mixture of tho best
limpio deodorizers known to prlonce, and tho experi
menta rnailn with it provo tho proportional combination .
p.o be a good ono to effect the purpose intended."
For other distinguished tostlmonlula sue circular.
For sale by
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
Wholesale Agents for tlie *?tato. No. 238 King-street,.
Onarlestou, 8. O., and at all Drug Stores.
May 21 inwl'.'iun
"A smile was on her lip?health waa In her look
strength was in her step, and in hor banda?Planta?
A few bottles of Plantation Bitters
Will eure Nervous tieadacho ,
" Cold Extremities and'Fovorlsh Lips.
" Hour btomucb and Fetid Ureath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
" Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Eyes.
" Mental Despondency.
" ProHtratiiiti; Great Weakness.
' Sallow Complexion, Woak Bowels, &c.
Which are tho evidenos of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DY8PEP8IA.
It la estimated that seven-tenths of all adult alimente;
proceed from a decoasod and torpid liver. The biliary
Becrettona of the liver overflowing into tbo stomach poi
son tho ontiro system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long res. arch, we are uhle to present the most,
rema< kable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,'
the world baa ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken tho
Plantation Bitters, and not an Inatance of complaint
has come to our kuowledge I
Ii Is a ni..at effectual tomo and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of life.
The reporta that It relie- upon mineral substances for
Its ac'lve properties, are wholly fase. F..r the satis
faction of tha public and that pa* lents may oonsult
their physicians, we append a list of its components.
Calisaya i ark.?Celebrated tor over two hundred
years iu the treatment of Fever and Aguo, Dispepsia,
Weakness, eto It was Introduced into Europe by the
Count as. wif ? of the Viceroy oi Peru, in 1640, and
afterwards sold by tho Jesuits for the enormow price of
its own weight in silver, under the namo of Jesuit's Pow
ders, and was fiaa ly made public by Louis X vi King
of ranee, Pnmboldt m ?kes oxpeclal rt f.ironco to its.
febrlluge qualities dnr.ng his Soutn American travels.
OABOABtLLA Hark-Fur dUrrh a, colic aud disease*
ol the stouiaeti and >>o -els
Dandelion?For Inflammation of the loins and drop
Cbamomile Flowkrr?For enfeebled dieestlon.
Lavender kloweiih?m oui. tic. stliuulaut and tonic?
highly invigorating in nervous nobility.
Winterorhen?For acrefula, hi umatlsm, eto.
Anise?An aromatic carminative; creating fleah,
muHcleand milk; much uhixi b> n.others nnrelng.
Also, clove-buus, orange, carra way, coriander, unake
Another wond rful Ingredient, of great use among
the 8pai.iah ladies f -ou h mer?ca, imparting beauty
to tho ?omplexiou and brllli tiicy to the miuo, Is yet un
known <o tho com i erceof tho world, and wo withhold
its name for the present.
IMPORTANT ?,EttTI FTC ATES.
Roc?n BTEn. N. V , December 38, 1881.
Messrs. P. H. Drake ?V Co.?I have buen a great sat*
ferer from Dyspei s ? for three ->r lo-.r years, ami had to
abandon in? profetsi n. About three inoiitlin a.io I
rled the Platpatiou liitte'S, and to my gr. at Joy I am
no ? nearly ? well man. I have recommended them In
several cases, and, as I ?r a- 1 ?*.? ?, always with signal'
benefit lam, ro pectfuily yours
Rev. J. ?. C'ATHORN.
Philadelphia, 0 h Month. 17th Day, 18?3.
Respected riend:?My daughter has been much,
beuot) t' d by tho u*o oi thy P.aiiUtlon BKters. Thou
wilt ?end mo two bjttles more.
Tb> friend, ASA OURRLN.
BlIFHMA.N ??OIJRE. ('IIK'AOO, 111., 1
. F. i?ru..ry 11, 18?3. J
Messrs P. H. Drake a Co. :?1*1- as?- send us another
twlvo casos of you. Plantation letter-?. Aa a morning
appetizer, they appoar to have suporsodnd everything
else, anil are greatly esteemed.
Vonrs. ?o. OAOE k WAITE.
Arraimo . outs are now completed to sucply any de
mand for this artlole, which hus not hi-ret. foro been
por-B.lilO . .
The public mav rest assured that in no case will the
i.oriecti} pure standard of 'ho Plantation uitters be
departed Irom. Every bnttlf bears the fae-simtle of our
signature on a steel plate engraving, or it cannot be gen
Any person pretending to sell lantaiion BrrTEna in
tndk or by theyalLm u u swindler ar.it imimster. llevare
of refitletl buttles Se' tliat our Private Stamp %s UhMU
tilatkd over every ce. k.
rioln by all DrugKixta, Grosera and Dealers throughout.
P. H. DRAKE & CO., New York.
April 24) Jiuwly*