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FHIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2. 18C0.
Ho! FOR AFRIOA.-Tho ehip Golconda, Captain
T.TtmrvT.T.v, clonr9il at Boston on tlio 18lh instant,
for Africa via Charleston. Tho Mncou Tdegrai)h,
of Sunday, 6ays :
Somo two hundred and otlil of colored porBons
aro about to toko their departuro from Georgia,
under tho auspices of tho American Colonization
Sooiotj'. Wo leam that of this number about ono
hundred and nevon ty aro resident? of thiB town,
and forty or fifty from ?Sparta and other placea.
Thev havo mot hero, and, from ft notice olsowhoro,
it will bo soon that thoy will march in procession
from tho Second Baptist Church to tho rosi?lcnco of
Jeff. Long, who will present thom with the Libcrio.ii
Tho Macon Telegraph Boya that tho authorities of
that city aro obliged to furnish from six to ton
coffins per d.iy, to bury negro paupers. Freedom
ia a great thing for the poor African. "Freo to
starve and to dio."
On Thursday night last tho jail at Brunswick
was burnt, anda negro perished in tho flames. No
doubt is entertained that tho prisoner act tho
building on Aro, hoping to escapo during tho con
fusion incident thoroto.
lion. James M. Calhonn, of Atlanta, is out an an
original Union candidato for Congress in tho 7th
district.-Chronicle ?t Sentinel.
Tho Southern Herald, Suth l?t., says: "Yester
day waa tho day sot apart for tho second meeting
of "tho citizens "of Griffin generally, to decorato tho
gravea of tho Confedcruto doad who rest in tho
soldiers' comotory, and wo aro happy to say that
tho turn out was largo, and tho occasion an inter
esting ono. Indeed, tho gravoa aro all in oxcoUont
order, and most of tticm wera beautifully decorated
with ovorgreons and flowers, somo of them having
boon beautifully hedged around with boxwood. It
was a most charming scene-tho malrous, tho
young ladies, tho littlo misses, nil thero doing thoir
lull share of the sacred work of beautifying tho
COTTON.-A largo numbor of wagons, laden with
that precious staple, cotton, carno over from Edge
flold District yesterday afternoon. These, togeth
er with those that doubtless arrivod from our ad
?acont counties, will contributo largely to the on
ivoning of our street- to-day. Ouirnorchanta aro
liboral in thoir purchase of country produco; thoir
country frionas should bo quito* aa liberal wit
thorn.-Daily Press, Augusta.
THE STATE LEOISLATUBE.-Tho Legislature of
Goorgia will convono on Thursday, the lBt proxi
mo. Ulattora of gravo importance will como up
for consideration, and tho inforonce is that tho ses
sion will bo ona of unusual intct-ost to tho massoe,
and laborious to mombers.-I bid.
"Wo loam from tho Griffin Star that tho Cowota
Houso, in Ne wiitin was destroyed by firo last week.
Dr. J. E. Blount, of Stewart county, has been
elected Slate Senator for the 12th District. Dr. B.
announcod-hiinBelf as in favor of tho abolition of
county courts, mid of "relier' to tho pooplc.
x [r-flo. News and Herald.
A correspondent of tho Augusta Constitutional
ist objects to tho present looao maun?r o fueled m g
jurors, and says that n fow dava sinco ho noticed
a young man on trial for simple larceny, who, on tho
ground of ignorance, youth and poverty, waa ro
leascd from prosecution. Tho samo week ho wail
sitting in tho jury box.
a ? a
North Curoilnii Items.
Major W. W. Pierco, for many years a resident of
Wilmington, and during Confederate timos Chiof
Quartonnastcr<6f the Department of North Caro
lina, died in Norfolk, Ya., on Monday night last, of
cholera. ?Major Pierce was ono of tho most eutor
prising of tho raorohants of Wilmington. He loaves
a largo family to mouin his losa.
The estimate of the tobacco crop of Virginia and
North Carolina tho present season ia 40,000 hogs
Ono day last weeli, Mr. Lewis Blake, living
near Williamsburg, in this county, sot a boar trap,
and whon ho returned to it to ascertain his succoss.
found that ho had \caplurod four-thrco cuba ana
thoir mother_Grecnbrier Independent.
The editor of tho Salisbury Banner has in his
possession an ear of corn containing sixteen rows
and sixty-thrco grains to tho row-counting out
1003 grams. Hard to beat.
In tho U. S. District Court, Judge Brooks pre
siding, at Newborn, on Friday, a verdict was given
for the plaintiff, aud $200 damages awarded, in the
case ofChristian rs. Olney. Tho plaintiff '_ baggage.
on tho arrival of a boat at Newborn, was not forth
coming on tho presentation of bia check, and
boneo tho suit.-Raleigh Sentinel.
Wo leam that a oitizon of an adjoining county
w.iilo coming down the Ghosapoako, a fow nights
since, was approached by a person on the boat,
who roprosontod himself as a clergyman's son from
the South, and asked permission to sharo his state
room. Permission waa granted, and in tho course
of tho night the impostor mado an attempt to rob
the pockets of the North Carolinian, who caughi
him m tho act. Tho fellow resistod arrest, and ii
the scuffle-had his ear out off. He was finally se
DniED FnuTT.- During tho past season, E. A
Toglor, of Salem, shipped North throe hundrod
thousand lbs. of dried annies, ono hundred thou
sand lbs. of dried blackborriea, and about ter
_ thousand lbs. of dried peaches, amounting in al
* to four hundred and ten thousand lbs. J. L. Ful
koreou shipped twenty-two thousand sevon hun
dred and fifty pounds of blackberries, and forty
one thousand pounds of apples; in all, sixty-throe
? thousand sovon hundred and fifty pounds.
Add the two summaries, and we have oxportoc
from Salem, says tbo Proas, four hundred ant
soventy-threo thousand pounds of dried fruit
which brought greenbacks into tho placo to th?
amount of about sixty-two thousand throe hundrot
and soventy-soven dollars.-Daily Journal.
ANonn_a O-TRAOE_It scums as if wo shall novo
be permitted to close tho record of villainy daih
occurring in our midst and the country around
Last night our townsman, 0.1 ?. Colgrovo, who ha
recently boon carrying on a farm near Trenton, ro
turned to this place, bringing with him all his stool
and household goods to avoid thoir uttor dostruc
tion by tho desperadoes who aro now infesting th
country. Wo loam that this inovemont was hasten
ed by the following circumstances : Mr. Colgrovr
having heard throats of attack upon his premise
. by tho robbers, mado somo proparationslo rocoiv
thom by constructing a -tockado and onclosing hi
-took, <\c. Truo to thoir promise, the ruifians t
the number of twonty or moro, mado thoir appoai
anco yesterday morning, about one o'clock, an
prepared a way for an advance on tho corral b
Betting Uro to Mr. Colgrovo's cotton gin and oui
houses. Wo uniler.-tmrl unginned cotton to th
amount of thirty-llvo bolos was destroyed with th
buildings, and other proporty vory much damagct
,V When will those outrages bo stopped ? A con
r pany of Rogulators woi?d bo of sorvlco. Who wi
raise it?-Newbem Journal of Commerce.
? ? ? -
Onn PonT.-In tho last fortnight tho port?
Georgetown has presented quito a lively appoai
ance to (ho ey0 ol tho observer realizing tho fa<
that wo can boast of being a soaport town. Quit
a forest of vessels has enlivened tho waters of th
Sampit, Bomo of largo size, demonstrating tltutoi:
port is moro availablo than our outsido noighboi
would supposo ; that tho bar is not so shallow aft?
all, as tho entronco of tho Nashvillo on a cortai
necessitous occasion fully proved. All wo want i
energy and cntorpriBO to dovolopo our resource.1
and facilities to hold out inducements to tho ou
sido world, which wo trust tho spocdy completio
of tho Georgetown Railroad, audits further oxter
sion to tho interior will doubtless occomplisl
Open an avonuo for tho transportation of tho pre
ducts of the country adjacent to tho noorost sot
port town, and our marino list will bo occordingl
Incrooscd. Wo aro hopoful_Gcorgetoum Titnes.
Peterson & Brotborn havo published in 12mo
noat cloth binding, cloar print, 224 pages tho tal
that Thackeray's daughter serially printed in th
"Cornhill" somo timo omeo under tho namo of "Th
Story of Elizabeth." This narrativo got man
?roiideOT in its proviohs shopo, bocanse of tho pt
rontag?'of ita writer, and kopt thom, becauso of th
womanly tact and simple skill which sho availe
horself of, V mako an engaging book. Tho chai
actoi-? aro -English, though tho scone is chiofly i
Paria; and -ho hcToino moots many Tioisaituuo
Abat draw out tho liner qualities of its author
? m ? ? ?? ?
SOME two weeks ago a y? ung Italian prioat orri
ed at Now York from Cuba, and was made tho vi
tim of an ingenious conspiraoy. no was robin
of his wardrobe, diamond rings, a gold watch at
Lhrco pnrsoa of gold. Through tho pcr_ovoran<
of tho detectlvo polico officers, tho thiovea woi
raced to this city, and through tho assistance <
Detective Dunn fney woro arrested in Corumorci
it reel ; $2000 worth of tho properly recovered, a_
hp' rascal? roi unie d to Now York,'
sar AWAY WITH BPEOTAOLEB.- OLD EYtX
mode now, without Spectacle?, Doctor or Medicine
Camphlot maUod free on receipt of ten cents. Address
I. B. F0OT2, M. D., No. 1130 Broadway, New York.
?-ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES uiado to order and Inmrtod by Drs. F.
UAUOH aud P. GODGELMANN (formerly employed by
KOIIWONXEAO, of POTIB), No. 639 Broadway, Now York.
April 14_ * lyr
sar COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS OELE
'-'RATED Toilet. Soap, In such universal demand
? made from tho cUoloest matorial?, Is nttlri and
emi^ltnt in Its nr.luro, frnerantl>- seentctl, onC
?ztTsmcly beneficial In Its action upon tho skin. For
?ale by all Druggists and Fanoy Good? Dealers.
Fobrnory 7 ly?
mar MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AN ESSAY
of Warning and Instruction for Young Men. Also,
Diseases and Abuses which pro* trato the vital powers,
with sure meaos of rellof. Kout free of clmrge In sealed
letter envelopes. Address Dr. 3. HUILL?N BOUGH
TON, Howard Association, PhUadelphU, Pa.
August 14 8mo
mw iTcni rroHi ITOHI SOR ATO HI
SCRATCH I SORATOHl WHEATON'S OINTMENT
?vi? euro tho Itch In 48 hourn. Also cures Salt Bhenm,
Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of tho Skin. Prie?
so couts. For sale by all druggists. By rending 60
cents to WEEES A POTTER. Solo Agent?, 170 Washing
ton street Boston, it will be forwarded by mail, free o
poEtago, to any part of tho United States,
June 4 fimos
M-MU8I0 BOOKS-BA8SINFS 20 MKLOOrO
BXEltCISKH, In form cf Solfeggio's, for Soprano and
Moxzo-Soprano voices, intended as studies to acquire
tho art of einging, by OARLO BA8SINI, 3 Book?, each
WAVO FORTE CALISTHENICS, a collection of Exor
cl?cs for strengthening, equalizing and acqnlrh g flexi
bility of flugoring, by FRANCIS H. BROWN, r.oVn
uiondcd by OOTTBCUALK, DASSINI, and others. Price
All the latest and best publications of INSTRUMEN
TAL AND VOCAL MUSI J published by
WM. HALL k SON,
No. 643 Broadway, New York.
Music sont by mall postptld on rooeipt of marked
price. mwfSino _ Octobers
"A orallo was on her Up-health was In her look
strength was in her step, and In her hands-PLANTA
A few bottle? of PLANTATION Bimii
WiU caro NorvoUB Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
" Boor Stomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
" Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Eyes.
" ' Mental Dospondoncy.
'. Prostration; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Ac
Which aro tho evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult alim?n ti
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The billar]
?ocretions of tho liver overflowing into tho stomach pal
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms
After long research, we are able to present tho moa
remarkable cure for those horrid nightmare diseases
the world has ever produced. Within one year over si:
hundred and forty thouaand persons havo UtVi-n tin
PLANTATION BITTKBS, and not an instance of complain
has como to our knowledgol
It is a most effectual tonto and agrecablo stimulant
?nitcd to all conditions of life.
The reports that It relio? npon mineral substances foi
its active properties, are wholly fane. For the satis
isctlon of the public, and that patients may consul
their physicians, we append a list of Its components.
CALISAYA I.AUK.-Colebratod lor over two hnndrei
years in the treatment of Fever and Ague,. DyspepBla
Weakness, oto It was intrednccd Into Europe by tin
Countess, wita of the Viceroy ot Peru, in 1640, am
afterwards sold by tho Jesuits for the enormous price o
it* own weight in silver, under the name of Jetuit't Pom
den, and was fina'ly made public by Louis XVI. Eini
of France. Humboldt makes especial referenco to it.
febrifuge qualities during his South American travels
GasoaniLUk Bans-For diarrhoea, colic and disease.
ol the stomach and bowels.
DANDELION-For inflammation of the loins and drop
CIIAMOMILK FLOWERS-For enfeebled dieeatlon.
LAYKXOKB PLOW KIIS-Aromatic, stimulant and tonlo
hlnbly invigorating In narvous debility.
WrKTEnonmcM-For scrofula, rheumatism, etc.
ANISE-An aromatio carminativo; creating flesh
muscle and milk ; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, corundor, snake
Another wonderful ingredient, of great use amoni
the Spanish ladies of Mouth America, Imparting beaut;
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, is yetnn
known to tho com moree of tho world, and we wlthhoh
its name for the present.
RocnrsTxn, N. Y , December 38,1801.
Messrs. P. II. DOAKS A Co.-I have been a great ?u(
furor from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had t
abandon my profe??l? n. About threto months ago
ried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great joy I an
now nearly a well mai?. I have recommended them L
several caaes, and, as fsr as I know, always with signs
benefit. I am, respectfully yon?,
BOT. J, a OAT-HORN.
PinLAPKi-ruii, 10th Month, 17th Day, 1802.
EwrxoTKD KniKNi):-My daughter has been mud
benefltted by tho ure of thy Plantation Bitters. Thoi
wilt send me two bottles moro.
Thy friend, ASA CURRIN.
BnxnuAN Housx, Omaaao, I1L, 1
February 11.1803. j
MESSRS. P. H. DRAM & Oo. :-Please send us anothe
twelve cases of your Plantation Bitters. As a mornln
?ppetizor, thoy appear to nave superseded everjthln
olse, and ara greatly esteemed.
Yours, AO, GAGE A WAITE
Arrangements ora now completed to supply any di
mond for this article, which has net heretofore baa
The publlo may rest assored that In no ease will th
perleoUy pure standard ol the PLANTATION BiTTsns b
departed from. Every bottle bear* the fac-simiU of on
sir/nature on a steel plate engraving, or It connel be get
Any person pretending to tell PLANTATION Bn-rxns i
bulk or by the galton, is a swindler anti itnpailer. f?euat
of refilled bottle*. See that our Private Stamp i? UMMI
riLATKD over every cork.
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers thronghoi
P. H, DRAKE & CO., New York.
Atti' 2fl fnowlvr
LADIES DESIRING A SHOOTS, OLEA!
HAS NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND BEAUI
fYING THE COMPLHXION AND BEIN.
Bold by Druggists every whore.
Dopot No. 74 Fulton-street, Nsw York.
KING & GASSIDEY. A?rente.
<.?,..., 'tismin 'i*H? ter*. ? #
SO. 1? NORTH IYII.LIAU-STRBBT, NSW TOR
No. 844 Broomc-tl., Or. of Botoery, Nevo York.
MANUFACTURER OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION C
SHOW OASES, in SMvor, Gorman Silver, Roi
wood, Mahogany Walnut, <\?.
A good assortment always on hand or made to ord
at the aborte?! notice. Oases shipped io any cart
the United HUtos or Canada. tuthe?mo August 14
33. 8. DODGE &00
STEAM JOB. PRINTER!
;'ooto? MMH--waa*Ttf..Y. m.
SOUTHER? EXPRESS COMPANY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Roney, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVEB
FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN
TUE CITY FREE OF
II. B. PLANT,
Prealrleut, Auj-?Sta, (la.
No. 238 King-street.
PR?TF & WILSON BROTHERS,
?STo. 238 King-street, m
FOURTH DOOR ABOVL MARKET-ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
?<L A. PRATT,
Uhomttt to lal?
j. 8. Ultra and
M In In g Bu
8. W. WILSON.
P. B. WILSON,
(1 rail unto Of
of I'hitrmaay, A
Chomlat to lat,
O 8 OrO. Dep't
The Proprietors arc Satire Georgians.
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
FOUMl.UI.Y .Tllll\ ASIIUVHBT AND CO.
GEORGE 0. GOODRICH, )
PHILIP WINEMAN, V 80UTH CAROLINA
JOHN A8HHURST, J
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
ALL OF WHICH HAS BERN SELECTED WITE
CABE, AND WILL BE BOLD TO FIRST-CLASS BUT
EBS AT LOWEST PBI0E3.
October _7 [August 1] Omos
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
Til I It li DOOR NORTH OF MARKET
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THE- HAV1
on band a toil asaortmont of DR?QS, MEDICINE i
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, BOAP8, BRUSHES, PBB
PBMKB? and FANCY GOODS, and are prepared t
supply physicians and pr?valo families at cheapest mai
B. li. KELLERS, M. D.EL DAER. M. D
I July 10 .
?DBS. RAOUL & LTNAH
HAVE RECENTLY RECEIVED ALAROESTOC K O]
DRUGS, SOAP, PERFUMERY AND PROPRIE
VARY AND FANCY AKTIUI.VH, wtiloti they effera
Wholesale and RetalL Thoy would call special atta_
tlou to the followlug i
Flax Seed (ground)
Cotton Wadding ?
Metllclno Cheat* (Plat
Mc-lulne Ohosts (shli
$. _?J3^AC3TIC?r__L_ ^?>5J
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Collections promptly attendedt?
OF* ICE COR. BBOAD AND CHURO0 8TRHET8,
CIIARLKSTON, 8. V.
BOOR8WBITTE? UP. ERRORS DETECTED, BILL
MADE OUT, and all kinds of WRITING.
Instruction niven In PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPINI
and UuslnoAS oonerally, at moderato prices.
AND lirronTsna am DK-Lina n*
KO. l8 LEWIS, AND NO. 9 T WHARP,
-drano-s wade on Consignments of Rice and Ootto
to our address. ?
References, by permission i To Messrs. ?Uves ADOS
b Co., Mt sara. -___KT 13 n OTU KM at Co., Oharieskon, t
BREWSTER & SPEATT,
Attornojs at Law atad Solidton In E._u?l_
onrnxa no, so EMU-NREHBA
' AOYUabtt 9 "?
J. REEVE GIBBES,
r -A., o T o :e.
No. 2, Corner Broad and Church sts.,
No. 7 Vamlerliorsl's Wharf.
mir- Orders and consignments of COTTON, BICE,
NAVAL STORES, PROVISIONS. PUODCCE, Ac, so
idled 3ruo Feptomhor 26
KENDALL & DOCKERY,
J?J? O T O ]R s
CHARLESTON, S. CJ_
O. P. EENDALL.Ohoraw. 8. 0.
O. II. IA) CK lill Y.Richmond Comity, N. O.
m&~ Liberal advances made on Consignments.
October 11 ino
JO HIST KING <& CO.,
Nos. 143-14 5 EAST BAY.
flIAllLKH'?OM, S. C.
JOHN RINO. JOHN MCQUEEN.
Octouer 8 '?moa
BOWERS & S?LC0X,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS AftD GENERAL COM.
No. 12? Meeting Btreot, opposite the Market.
"VN HAND CONSTANTLY: FARMS,PLANTATIONS,
? HOUSES AND LOT* for s\lo and to rent. Are
.spared to receive all kinds of OOODS, WARES AND
EROHANDISE. PRODUCE, Ac. oa con/aiiment.
ISO, PUl.NITUHE UORNhS, AND VEUICLKS Oi
very description (or sale. Will also Rive our special
attention to uUT-DODH 8ALKS. Sinos September 6
RISLEY & CREIGHTON
Sliippii anil Commission Merchants,
IMPORTERS OP W. INDIA PRODUCE.
COR. EAST BA*r AND ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
WILLIAM IL GILLILANM SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. S3 HAYNE STREET.
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
(Fonusnt.T Co rxnTNKii or J. E. ADOKB k Co.),
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISn AND AUEIUOAN HARDWARE. CUT
LERY, GUNS. AND AGRICULTURAL
NO. 310 RINO 8T..TUIKD DOOR BELOW SO0IETY,
Ouam.KSTON, ti. C.
October 1 Smos
EVANS & GODBOLD,
No. lia East Ba-?,
OYRB THOMSON BBOTHEB8.
CHARLESTON, S. O.
W.O. EVANS.T. W. GODBOLD.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & C0.f
SbiDping ana Commission Merchants.
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF
CHARLESTON, S. G
A. ?aitjr.m% A. Houilsr.S. T. Soutlor
WILLIS & CH1S?LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
VETTLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALK AIC
W SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domertio Port!) c
OOTTON, BICE. LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. V.
\rooLsaiut IXD UET AH, DI AJ^EO ni
CLOTHS, CASSIM EKES AND TESTINGS
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 Broad, street,
My 23 ' 6mos CHARLESTON. 8. O.
A. 8. HULL, Agent,
S. W. CORNER OHARIJ38TON HOTEL,
WHERE A F?LL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, CAf
BIMKRKB AND VEBTING8 can bo had, togstbi
nltli a cboloe Assortments
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods?
LINEN AND M?8LIN 8HIRT8,;made orJor. in sn
j le that may be deslrod.
MR. JOHN T. FLYKN
Will give his special atte? to the
Al nsnsl. lyr Jua
LA PIERRE HOUSE
Tbe Subscribers bsrln? leased this favorito homo,
* BEFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MAHNER,
And b now prepared with the most perfec
appointments for ?lie reception of cuesta.
Tbe Ant position among flrst-class Hotels will I
r "inU/iod In the future, as in tho past.
September 3 amos_BAKER A FARLEY
.TEAM GAS FITTER ARD PLUMDKH
OLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXT0RK8. GAt
I FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AC
?KHDIU) IO. . No. UV KlN'J^TUKEr,
B. M. AV TiiTiisroT"
00R0NER AND MACH8TBA1E
TTAS REMOVED BLI OFFICE FROM OUALMBB
JtjL .STREBT, to No. 83 CHURO? HTBJIBT. one do?
Btft?olBroad street. ; Aajtt.iil
T. Gr. A. ?t.
FOR THE CORE OF SYPHILIS IN ALL ITB
mil l8 EXTRVORDINARY AND TRULY VALUEABLE
X Medicino is prepared -A-lth tho utruoHt s'dil anti caro
by s regulnr graduate of Medicino and Pharmacy, from
Ireili SOUTHERN MEDICINAL RUOTS AND llLUCa.
and Is tliorefore
49- It completely neutralizes the peculiar Syphilitic
polion, and eradicates overy particle of tho taiut from
the system forever.
43- This Is not a remedy that MAY CURi?, botone
thal DoEj and WILL CURE every case without failure,
win 11 taken, according to ?Mrections.
tYsV Neither Is it'a remedy to bo tried, but one thal
has been triod sud thoroughly toHtcd In Bomo of the
very worst cosos of secondary and tertiary Syphlll?,
and In every caso It made a complete cure, and gavo the
eu (Tirer s now leaao of life, health, strongth, and happi
4_- It Is noir being used and recommended In their
prirsto practice by somo of tie most eminent physi
cians in the United Staten.
A FEW RECOMMENDATIONS FROM PHY8IOUN8*
Dru. Duggan, Bat-no?, and Hlnfc, of Wilson, N. O.,
certify "that LAWRENCE'S ANTI-S.P11ILITIO is an
eluclont and valuable rooiedy, and that it his perform
ed remarkable cures.''
Dr. Blake, of Baltimore, Md., says: "Your remedy Is
performing truly marvellous ernes In this city."
Dr. 8mltb. 01 Now York, writes: "I hsvo f-lrly test
ed your AN IT-SYPHILITIC lu as bad cases as I could
Ond lu tho city, and lu overy instauco it made a com
pletxjand rapid cure. It really soems to posauBs almost
SmT Wo could procuro numbers of oortlncates from
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ARE SOW. AS TUET EVER HAVE BEEN. CON
SIDERED the beet in America, having boen
SIXTY-FIVE PRIZE MEDALS.
Of which fourteen were received In tho months of Sep
toinlur-Aiiil October, 18i55. and dist pruiuiums over all
competitors at tlio OiUoiont principal Fairs In Ihls
country, tuid tho PRIZE MEDAL at the
WOBLD'S FAIR, LONDON.
I coDshlor Chickerlng & Sons' Pianos, beyond com
parison, tho beat 1 have scou In Ameiic?.
Chairman of Jury on Musical Instruments.
It Is with feelings of pride as American manufacturer?
that wn publish tbu foi.owing tesiiinun als, which have
been received uy us recently:
Received during the month of August, 1866.
LONDON, July 26, 1867.
Mrsans. Cuicxtnrsa A Ban- Gents: I have much
pleasure in enclosing a document signad by tho first
composers, musicians and professors In Europe. I held
yonr Pianos in such liitili estlmstlon (ride my certifi
cate) that Lie It it my duty to take one of titem with me
to Europe, to ascertain tho opinion of my professional
brethren. Tho encosod certificate will prove how
nnantmous they have been on the subject. I beg to
forward, at <hc aime time, a letter I received from my
friend, Mr. Collard, which I am sure must bo gratify
Inir to you. '
I have the honor to be, gentlemen, yonrs very truly,
JAMta M. WEULI.
LONDON, January 14, I860.
James M. IVehli, Esq. :
MY DEtn Sin: I have great pleasuro In asking youto
crnvey to Mesara. Chickerlng the expro sion ol my
highest approval of their instrument. I; is, I cou -Uhr,
not merely the heat iustrumcut cf American manufac
ture that I t.avo tried, but one of the flaest Grund Piano
fortes thai h:ts ovor come uuder my cbsorvatlon; and
the Messrs. Chickcriui; may well be proud of having
turned out from tli.ir manufactory an instrument
which, for touch, quality, power and workmanship, It
woit'd bo very difficult to surpass In any part of tho
Doar sir, very alncorely yonrs,
?HA8. D. COLLARD,
Finn of Collard & Collard, Piano-forte Manufacturers,
LONDON, August 11, 1866.
Jame? M. Wehti, Esa. :
MY DEAR Bin: As you are going back to the United
States, 1 muHt bag you to remember me kiudly to the
Messrs. Chickerlng. Tell them I was delighted with
their Orand Piano-forte-a* good an inttrumtnt, I think,
at ' wat ever turned out, both in touch and tone.
Wishing you, Ac, I remain ever truly,
H. F. BROADWOOD,
Firm of I. Broadwood k Sons, Piano-forte Manufac
LOUDON, July 30, 1866.
Meurt. Chidtering & Sont:
GENTS: I have )ust beou Invitod by Messrs. Collard to
try a Orand piano-forto manufactured by you, aud I
have no hesitation in endorsing the opinion ot my old
frlond, Mr. O. li. Collard, viz: That It la the finest In
strument I ever pUyed on.
Itcliovo me, gentlemen, moat faithfully vonrs,
4. L. HATTON.
Testimonials from the most distinguished Artitlt in Buropt
to Merin. Chioktring ct Sons:
LOKOOH, July 16, 1866.
Having played upon a Piano-forte made by Messrs.
Chickerlng k Sons, of Boston and New York, 1 have
much pleasure RTtestlfy lug to its general oxucll nee.
For aweetneaa and brilliancy of tone, delicacy of
touch and magnificent power for conoert purposes, I
consider It a really GRAND PIANO-FOBTE AND DESIBSIV.
LY THK BEST I HAVE SEEM OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURE
Prof, of Coueerratolro do
S. ARTHUR OHAPPEL.
Director of Monday Con
ti. A. OSBORNS.
M. W. B\LtE.
OH 48 HALLE.
Among the chief points of excellent of the Ohloksr
ing Pianos, of which speak the renowned artists In their
congratulatory testimonials to the Messrs. Chickerlng
aro the greatest possible depth, richness sud volume of
tone, combined with a rare brillUnoy, cloarncsa and
per oct evenness throughout the entire ac≤ and
a) i all, a surprising duration of sound, the por? ami
i. jpathetlo quality ol which never changes undor tho
most delicate or powerful touch.
During the past fcrty.thrco years this firm has manu
. 30,000 JPIAJNTOB,
In the construction of which they have Introduced every
known and valuable improvement. Thuy have invarla.
lily beni selected aud us. d by all of the world's ac
knowledged great artists who have visited this country
professionally, both for private and public use.
I consider Chickerlng k Sons' Pianos, beyond com
parison, the best I have over .seen In America.
I consider Chickerlng A Bona' Pianos superior to any
in tbo world. ,
They aro unrivalled for their singing qualities and for
the harmonious roundness of their touo. There In a
perfect homogeueity throughout all the registers. Tho
upper notus aro remarkable for a clearness and purity
which I do not find la any other instrument, while tho
base is distinguishei for power without harshness and
for a magnificent sonority.
Your Pianos aro superior to %ny I havo eyer leon In
this country or in Europe.
I bavo never hoard a tone so psrfeot; It jitlda every
expression that is needed In nimio, and Its quality j*
capable of change to moot every sentiment. This Is a
rare powor, ami is derived from the perfect nuritv of
its tone, together with its sympathetic elastic ana w3
balanced touch. wom
Dnrtag tho past olght year's I hate sonstanUv ni???*
upon the justly celebrated Erard Piano?; yonrseTth?
only instruments that I have found, either hereTor ?n
Europe, to equal them in all their points of excellence.
It may bo satisfactory to our patra?a and trlnn?a
among the pnblleat large to state that testimonials ham
been received from all the loading artists who hi?*
visited or srs nor? residing In the united States, a f?w r?r
whose names, besides thoio above, we enDonV^* 9n OI
LEO D? MEYER. -?aJR??
H. ? ANDERSON.
And many others.
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