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MONDA? MORNING, NOVEMBER ^186^
" VARIOUS ITEMS.
Tho Cuban Blavo tradt" is very lively.
The operatives in Fall Hirer nrc on a strike.
Tho Round Tulle ia pitching into the club
Tho Empress of Mexico will take nothing but
chestnuts and cold water. A very filling diet.
Tho houHo in which Grant and Leo mmlo terms
of eurroniler is offered for sale.
The Enfield Hbakcrs buvo raised a beet weighing
Tho principal soda water manufacturer of New
York gota out Ibreo thousand gallons per day.
During tho last fifty years English emigrants
to america bavo ?cut homo seventy millions of dol
Tho New Orleans opera folks arc arranging for a
Tho authorities of Lima are introducing Yan
keeisms into that oity-contracts aro made for
Lord Biwngham has talked with a lady who lived
in the reign of Charles II.--his great grand-aunt.
A young and beautiful wifo, of Dalton, Qa., lately
committed suicido by throwing hersolf into a well.
A Mr. Driscoll, of Mobile, was so annoyed by
moBquitocB that ho commit tod suicide.
Wm. A. Francis, Treasurer of the Montana Mi
ning and Discovery Company, while insane, com
mitted suicide in New York by cutting biB throat.
An extensive busiuoss is carried on in England
bunting up portraits for Americans in order to
make g all erica of ancestors.
A New Orleans physician is trying to prove that
mosquitoes are a blessing, not a curse. He says
theil- bite is hoaltby.
Tho Chicago Republican, after calling President
Johnson a traitor, says that "don. Sherman is a
for moro dangerous man than the President."
A. M. Smock, of Kentucky, baa been fined $11,
C18 for selling whiskey bearing counterfeit inspec
"Were you" guarded in your conduct while in
New York? said a father to his son, who had
just returned home from his visit to the city.
"YOB, Bir, part of the time by two policemen."
There is a groat revival in Hobron, Conn. A
wealthy manufacturer stopped his mill, and used
all his teams to carry his help three times *> day to
After long and serious refloction, the Duke and
Duchess of Argyll have consented that thoir aocond
eon, Lord Campbell, shall enter & busiuoss estab
lishment as a partner. So Bays an English paper.
The London Timos gives the credit of the
original idea of tho Atlontio Telegraph Cable to
Mr. Wheatstone, and in an article of a column does
not once mention Cyrus Field's nome. Cyrus will
There is a contribution box at the Corn Market
of Canterbury, England, for the Canterbury Hos
pital. On being opened at tho olose of the year
it contained the munificent sum of two-pence half
A fashionable friend on taking leave of a young
ensign who was living in a small apartment, said,
"Well, Charles, and how much louger do you in
tend to stop in this nutshell ?" To which ho wittily
replied, "Until I bocome a kernol."
Dr. Macgowon, President of tho Chamber of
Commerce of San Francisco, recently told the
Chamber that the Chinese were the only people
with whom he had done business who had never
cheated him out of a dollar.
General Kimboll. a radical stump orator, told the
people of Soansville, Ind., in a recent speech, that
"alf mechanics, farmers and workingmen who were
in favor of taxing Government bonds were an in
fernal set of scoundrels."
A Frenchman in New Orleans proposes to light
all the street lamps in tho city simultaneously by
""eans of an eloctro-magnetio battety, operated by
network. When the sun gets np, the clock runs
down, ana the gas is ont.
A law exists in Germany to prevent drinking on
the Sabbath during Divine sor vine. It runs thus:
"Any person drinking in an ale house during ser
vice on Sunday, or other holiday, may legally de
part without paying."
The wealthy parents of two New York young
men who were tired of doing nothing, recently
started them in the brokers business with a capi
tal of $20,000. In a few weeks they lost the capital
and a few hundred over.
Rev. George F. Williams, Hector of an Episcopal
Church at Suffolk, Va., was arrested in Now York
on Friday for picking a lady's pocket in a Broad
way stage. The stolen pocket book was found in
his possession. He exhibited much agitation and
attempted to resist the police, but was finally look
Card tieotsa John Morrissey.
The following letter from JOHN MOBBIBSET is
published in the New York papers:
ANSON HOUSE, SPRING STREET, >
NEW YOBKJJNovember. 3,1866. J
3b Vic Editor of the New York Herald :
SIB: My attention has been called to an editorial
article in the Herald of thin date, in whioh it is
stated that I have been indicted for "burglary and
~ther offences." It is a duty not only to myself,
to tho people of the Fifth Congressional Dis
t, for whose support I am a candidate, that I
aid state the facto. When I was a boy, but
ixteen years of ago, I and a few friends were en
gaged in an altercation with a party of young men,
and in that altercation thero was a door of a house
' kicked open. It waa charged that I was ono of
those who kicked open the door and struck one of
the opposing party. An affidavit was made hy one
of the men engaged in the quarrel that I had
broken open the door and struck him: I was in
dieted for burglary and asBanlt and battery. The
indictment for burglary waa never tried. The
District Attorney regarded the charge as too frivo
lous to be prosecuted, and summarily dismissed it.
I was tried for the assault and battery, and found
lioforo entering upon my canvass for the posi
tion to which I aspire, I referred to my past life,
which, until within the last eight yoars, was one of
adventure, in consequonce of tho poverty of my
parents and tho few advantages I boa in my early
youth. I commenced to labor for my own liveli
hood and to assist in the support of my father and
mother at the early age of ten years. At that time
most boys ore under tho influences of domestic
discipline, and have the advantage of regular edu
cational training. Is it, thorofore, strange that I
should have committed errors in my early lifo ?
There aro few boys that have not been guilty of a
' ifling assault and battery. If I had. had innuen
1 1 parente and friends I would have been permit
-irobably, to have escaped with a reprimand;
aving no ono to say one kind word for me-a
r, rough boy. working in a foundry-I suffered
0 slight penalty duo to my boyish folly. During
my whole life no man can say that X have ever
wronged him, defrauded him of a dollar, or oven
broken my given word. I have bad, during the
last eight years, business relations and connections
with many of tho boat men of this city, and not
one of them will say I am other than a man of ray
word and of strict integrity. I have ondcavored
ly my conduct to atono for the mistakes of my
Although successful in accumulating a compe
nce, I have never forgotten that I was once poor.
liavo never turned a poor man from my door, or
oser ted a friend in his need, There has been much
riticism in tho newspaper? in referen co to my bo
g a candidato for Congress. It ia natural that I
onld moot with groat opposition, A man who
r?t$ passed through such varied and strango scones
f lifo as I have must expect to make bitter ono
lcs and warm friends, and je&louaios and hostili
ce aro inseparable from political contests. But,
r. Editor, I wi/1 stato to you my motives in being
candidate for Congress. I have ono boy. who
now twolvo yotwB of ago. who will havo tho none
of the liest education this country can afford,
'1 will have better opportunities than I had,
bis ago, to start upon an honorable career. I
_? a duty that I owe to him, my only child, to
iy record as clear and honorable as posai
tat my manhood may atono for tho folly and
*oia of my youth, ond loavo behind mo mora orien
which my son, in after years, may bo proud, and
at will cast no shadow upon his path through
I rospoctfully solicit, as an act of justice, that
s reply should ho published in your paper.
j- _JOHN MOBBfeSEY.
~k RALE AT AU. PROMINENT GHOCERB, WINE
MERCHANTS AND DRUGGISTS, and Wholeeale
byL. PUNK, Jr!, Sole Aeeiit?,. .
Cr, i.IIJEUTl-4TIlEKl\ HEZW YORK.
FACTS WORTH REMEMBERIM.
TO REPAIR YOUR BnOKEN FORTUNES IT l8 ES
SENTIAL you Rhould practice economy. Do you
wish to buy FURNITURE ? Save your money by buy
iuR at MACKEY k BAKER'S. .
To repair your BROKEN FURNITURE, and have it
made equal to new,
MACEEY ti DAEER will do it at a iimall coat
MACKEY k BAKER ora also prepared to turn out all
kinds of Furnitur??, and do nil kinds of Turning.
THE ?ADGER BUILDING,
Corner King and Market streets,
November 9 3 Entrance on Market street.
OF EXQUISITE WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH,
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAYING BEEN ?*_P_*OINTED
Agoute tor the celebrated Marble Works of WATHAM
k CO., New York^are now prop-rod to rooelve orders for
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONKS, and B_pe_b MANTLES
Of e-qulattc fl__?_ ; alfie. IRON RAILINGH. Call at OUT
Btoro and seo numero _H deelg-B. PI?ODB at 60 per cent,
lower than can be purch-Bod in this city.
1SAA0 E-JiJEIlTZ b CO., Agento.
No. 201 East Bay and Cumberland streets.
DISEASES OF THE
ETE AND EAR.
[FORMERLY OF LONDON, ENGLAND.]
OCULIST AND AUKIST,
EYE AND EAR,
EEt-PECTFULLY INFORM- THE CITIZENS OF
Ch-rloHton _~d violrtity t-tt he baa taken Booma at
the Charleston Hotel, and will be prepared to reoclvo
Patient* cm Thursday, November the 6th, on til Th -rsday,
November the 10th, after which time win visit this city
as occasion may require, of which doe notice will be
OFFICE HOTJItS FROH 0 A. M. TO 6 P. M.,
And can be consulted on DEAFNESS, NOISE IN T___
HEAD, CATARRH, DISUHABGES FROM THE EAR,
80ALES IN THE EAR, ACCUMULATION OF WAX IN
THE EAR, OR8TBUOTION OF THE EU8TACHIAN
TUBE, and all Acote or Chronic Diseases of the EYE
AND AIR PASSAGES.
-N8ERTED WITHOUT PAIN, AND PERFECTLY
lU-SEMBLING THE NATURAL EYE.
OPERATIONS FOR CATARACT,
Artificial Pupil, &c,
Skillfnlly performed, and all disease- of tbo
EYE AND EAR
treated, and every operation in Aural and Opthal
mic Surgery porfonned by
Principal Office, 84 West 40th st., N. T.
?sr For reference, teatimoniala, Ac., Bend tor a
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
The Lo -l-.-1-e Journal Bays : " The -?Umoni-b. wliich
Dr. Gardner presents to the public could never have been
obtained, exoept by the display of great nilli and learn
ing in hie profession. Chin thing oitpoc-tlly commendable
in the Doctor's practico ia, that be will not attempt an
incurable disease for the sake,of a foe, bat frankly tells
the pat Km t whethorhe can be onred or not. Wo cheer
fully i-commond Dr. Gardner to the attention of all our
friends who rnoy bo suffering from diseases of the eye
Tbo Richmond Times Bays : "We have no hesitation in
Baying that Dr. Gardnor la the most sclentiflo and suc
cessful eye and ear Hurgeos In this country."
Dr. Gardner's treatment of the eye and ear is wonder
fnL-?rWeAmond Enquirer. *
We feel justified in rocommom?n? Dr. Gardner to
those suffering from dlaeaaes of the eye and oar.
We can safely and cordially rooommend Dr. Gardner,
who will ftill-I all he undertakes to perform. '
The New Orleans True Delta says : "Wo can safely
rooommend Dr. Gardner os a sucoessful operator on the
eye and ear. He will not nu derla.o to trat a case ?nicas
a core can bo effected.
The Wheollng Register says : "Dr. Gardner is ono of
tho moat successful Oculista and Aurista In the country.
We adi-ise those suffering from tho diiCMOs of the eye
and car to consult him."
Novombor 3 , 6mo
HAS NOW OPENED HER DU8INE88 OF
AT Wo. 0 C-JOFirOHD S?T-E-?T.
Hours from B in tho moraine UU 0 *tni_M.
Noyanberio ,..--.*;. .?...
WEBB & SAGE
HAVING ADDED TO THEIR ALREADY
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
BY DIRECT IMPORTATION,
ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY THEIR FRIENDS
AND THE PUBLIC AS IN
FORMER YEARS, AT
NO. 5 HAYNE-ST.
November j _^^ lmo
JUST RECEIVED FROM 0HA8. REICHE k BRO.,
Importera and dealora of Hirds and Animals,
TOGETHER WITH A LOT OF
ALSO, A LOT OF HAND80ME
Bird Fanciers please call early, as they will romain but
a Bhort time In the City.
Apply at KO. 00 MEETING STREET,
November 7 8 NEXT MOLLS HOUSE
DRS. RAOUL & LYN AH,
Market and King Streets.
ALFRED RAOUL, M. D..?.A. M. LYNAH, M. D.
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FRESH AND
well selected stocks of
DKUG8 AND MEDICINES
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES
0OMB8, BRUSHES, Ac, kC,
Which ?hey offer to the Public and the TRADE ia gen
eral ot the LOWEST CASH PRICES. Call and examine
Pat up at all hoare, day and right, with the greatest care.
0-f Country orders solicited, thstu November 8
NATHAN M. CHAFEE,
No. 70 MARKET-STREET,
(NORTH SIDE, EAST OF MEETING.)
COPPER, BRASS AND IRON CISTERN PUMPS PUT
np at moderate rates.
Houses fitted np with Hot and Cold Water Bath Tube,
Water Closets, Ac, ka., in the best stylo.
Old work repaired und put In completa order.
Ozden promptly attended to and work warranted.
November 5 mwf 6
E. J. DAWSON & CO.,
NO. 45 HAYNE STREET
No. 155 Meeting'street.
fTIHEIR 6T00K IS NOW COMPLETE IN THE
MISCELLANI0U8 LINE OF BOOKS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BLANK BO0K8, LET
TER. NOTE. CAP AND WRAPPING PAPER8, AND
STATIONERY In its various branches.
They have Just ropubllshod "CARROL'S CATECHISM
OF UNITED STATES HISTORY," much enlarged and
VOL. 13 OF EQUITY and VOL. l8 OF SOUTH CARO
LINA LAW REPORTS will be published on the 16th of
E. J. DAWSON & CO.
November 4 _sn8
F. M. BURDELL,
1T7TLL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PURCHASE
V Y and sale of MERCHANDISE OF ALL KINDS.
Office at the corner of BROAD AND EAST BAY
STREETS, in basemont of State Bank, whare samples
may be seen.
RBFK?KMO?B-Mi*. O. M. Fnrman, Mr. Thoodore D.
Wagner, Messrs. John Fraser k Co., Messrs. Mordocai k
Co., Mosers. W. C. Dukes A Co., Messrs. Gourdin,
Matthteesen A Co., Charleston, 8. 0.
October M _wftnOmo _
CHEAP PAINT 11 OIL 8NR8,
No. 85 East Bay.
?\TfrHITE LEADS. ZINO PAINT8, OILS, WINDOW
W GLASS, COLORS OF ALL KINDS, for salo at tho
lowest prices by *
DOUGLAS & MILLER.
HOUSES, STEAMBOATS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Painted in every Style. Thankful to our Monda for the
post liberal patronago, wo hopo to merita contlnuanco of
their favors._mthltno_Novembor 8
HOLMES & CALDER,
HOLMES & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
NOS. 120 MEETING AM Ki HASH STREETS,
CHARLESTON, B. 0. ., . '
WM. E HOLMES.Luto of HOLME? i Co.
WM. CALDER.Charleston, B.C.
BARLOW, THE OLD OPERATOR, HAS THOROUGH
LY tenovatcd and fitted up tho Old 8tar Gallery,
and la prepared to tako all kinds of PORTRAITS. He la
thankful for past patronado, and further solicits a sh&ro ol
tho trade. Ho has also Photographs of Confederate Gen
erals, Ordinance of Secession, Vlowa of City, Sunter and
other Fortifications, at wholesale and retail, at 8. E. COR
NER KING AND MARKET STREETS. Charleston, S. 0.
N. B.-Poroolaln Portraits and Pictures enlarged on
short notice and In best of stele. Tbo old price of Card
MDMMB Whalf dozen, and H per doren, will be con
tinued but? ?h?rt time, .*.'; Norwnbecl
E. H. KELLERS & CO..
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD ROOK NORTH OP MAKI?KT
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVB
on band a fnU assortment of DRUGS, MEDIOINE B
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, SOAPS, BRUSHES, PER
FUMERY and FANCY GOODS, and are prepared t e
supply pliyalolans and privato families at cheapest mar
?. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER, M. D.
July IP _
^? FBACTICAL ^4?'
DB O O IK - BZ IE E TE* E IR ,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST,
Collections promptly attended to
OFFICE COR. BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS,
CHAHLISBTOW, S. C.
BOOKS WRITTEN UP. ERRORS DETECTED, BILLS
MADE OUT, and all kluds of WRITING.
Instruction given in PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING
and B nullica a generally, at moderate prices.
hOYLAN & TUEKS,
X?Tk? UFAOTUREBS OF, ANL WHOLESALE DEAL
U. ARS in, WHITE LEAD. ZING PAINTS, COLOR B
No. 98 MAIDEN LANS.
New tot ;
Orden by mall promptly attended to
Varoh U ??<ai'.*
BREWSTER & SPBATT,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in EAUHJ,
OFFIOB Na 88 UE0AD-8TRKKT,
CAMERON, BARELBY & GO.,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE STOCK
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT & SAW HILL
STEAM ENGINES AND SAW MILLS
BAR AND BHEET IKON
OAST AND SPRING STEEL
LOW MOOR AND 0A8T STEEL O OOMOTIVE
OILS AND AXLE GREASE
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND OUT SPIKES, Ac.
EVANS A WATSON'S FIRE AND BURGL&B
PROOF SAFES, Aa, Ac.
}\mm, BARKLEY & CO.,
Na 150 MEETING STREBT.
C. K. HTTQEB,
No. 18*7 MEETINQ-ST.
CIIARLHSTON, S. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE A STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON A WOOD WORK MACHINERT
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
. MILL AND GIN BANDS
"TCLDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Ao
?LATFORM, COUNTER AND W4RB
/OTTON PICKERS, ?to., &o.
HT Represented by Messrs. M. X. JESSUP * 0O"
DAVE6A, YOUNG &MckfiNZIE,
LiW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos* 39 and 40 Park Row?
ISAAC DA VEGA, 1
GEORGE B. VOURG,_ J NEW ?OBE.
GERARD L. MoKHNZIE.)
TXAVING BUOCEEDHD 55 THE TOREIGN OOLLXO
JDL TION BUSINESS Of Mestr*. BtBNBV, PEEN
TIBS & FLANDERS, wa will attend wi the oollectlon a
patt da* and maturing claims throughout theUulte?
ates asi Canada.
COMMISSIONERS PVR ALL TUB ST A fMA
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COIPANT
Office Ko. 147 Meeting-street*
Every attention given te th?
safe Transmission of Freight,
Honey, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVBB
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE Oil* FREE OF
El* O. PLANT,
- iTetiOtnt, Ataris, Q?,
- Astf?? . . ' <.-1? ."?? ? *... *. .- t
ARCHIBALD ?ETTY & CO.,
SbiODine aM Commission Merchants.
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
A. Catty.K. A. Sondar...?..?. V. Sondar,
WILLIS & CHIS?LM,
FACTORS? COMMISSION MERCILWTFt*.
WILL ATTEND TO THB PUB-ITA-E, HAJ.E AW
-HIP-CENT (to Korolgn and Domcvstlo Ports) c
COTTON, BICE, LUMUKU and NAY Al? -TOBES.
AT ?-ANTI O WIIARF, Ch5.rlo.to?, 8. O.
?. WILLIS....?-_..---...-._..A. H.nillSOL*
RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
S?ippin ami CoiiissioB Herciiaiits,
IMPORTERS OP W. INDIA PRODUCE.
COR. EAST SAT AND ACCOMMODATION WHABF.
WILLIAME GILLILAND& SON.
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. S3 HATNE 8TBEET.
J". REEVE GIBBES,
-P -A. O T O _R
No. 2, Corner Broad and Church sts.,
No. 7 Van dei h or st's Wharf.
JtSr* Orders and coi____mcnta of COTTON, BIOE,
NAVAL 8TOBE0, PBOVI-IONS, FBODUOB, bo., so
KENDALL & DOCKERY.
F __. O T O I- S
O_L^--r-JR,_li-=18X0-Sr, s. o.
C. P. KENDALL.Chora*-, S. O.
O. H. DOOKKIiY.Klchmoud County, N. O.
MsT Liberal advances made on Consignments.
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
(FOB-C-B-. OOFABTNZB Ol' J. E. AJDGEB ii CO.),
IUPOBTEB AND DEAJLEB IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDW?_RE, OUT
LEBY, GUNS, AND AGRIG?LT?BAL
NO. 310 BUHO ST., TEUBD DOOB BELOW BOOIETT,
0__J___!TON, B. O.
EVANS & GODBOLD,
No. lia East Bay,
OTOS. TEOV80N BBOTH-rOO,
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
N. Q. EVANS.T. W. COBBOLD.
BOWERS ft SILCOX,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS AND GENERAL COM.
No. 127 Meeting Street, oppoalto the market.
)N HAND CONSTANTLY-. FABUB.FIaANTATIONB,
H0DBE8 AND LOTH for Balo and to rent Are
-np-red to receive all kinds of GOODS, WABES AND
lEBOHANDISE, FBODUOB, ko., on oonslgnment.
ISO, FUbNITUBK, HOUSES, AND VEHICLES of
rery description for sale. Will also give our special
?ttoatlon to ODT-DOOB BALKS. 8mos September 6
WH0______ AUX? __T_H, D__UB_ IN
CLOTHS, CAS8BIERES AND TESTINGS,
No- 35 Broad, street,
July 28 6mon CHARLESTON, a C.
A. 8. HULL, Agent,
B. W. CORNER OHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHER _ A ?.' nu ABSOBTMKNT OF CLOTH-, GAS
Bl ii -8 ?AND VE8TINGB can be had, to_et_ei
sith a c-oaoeaMortmentof
Qentlemeu's Forotsliing doods.
LINEN AND MUSLIN SHIIiT8,i_i_i_e order, in au j
y le that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give his ipeolivl atttP to the
AB nnaL lyt -lum
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers having leased this favorito house, it
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And Is now prepared with (the most perfect
appointments for the reception of guests.
The first position among Ant-lass Hotel? ~rlU b?
malnUyie? la the fatore, as In the past.
September 9- 8mos BAKKB b PASLEY
?THABI CAS KITT RU AWI? _>_.-<BID Hil
rjLAIN AND OBNAMENTAIi GAS El XT CB Ed. G Ad
f~ FITTING AND 1'LOMBlNG PllOMPlL? A??
C?NDHDrO. No. l18 RlN_._TB.iKr,
?n--.i ?1 -r??tt?.??>r Brv? ' ? >??
W?O___U__B AXD UrXA-L D-AXJOi ?
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRYQOODS TOYS &o.
At Ho. ?08 It IAO-STSIKI-T, Ob ?-.estoje, H.O.
AT NSW SORE I-RICH?
XtM-v-Jo tssKzosjftat tire aacntfrA udwu
T. G. A. R.
O E X, E B R -A-T E D
FOIt THE CURE OF SYTHHdS IN ALL IT
T0I8 EXTRAORDINARY AND TRULY VALUEABLH
Modlcine la preparad with the utmost skill ?ntl care
by a regular graduate of Medlclue and Pharmacy, from
fresh SOUTHEUN MEDICINAL ROOTS AND HERBS,
and 1B therefore
mar It completely neutralises the pecnliar BypblliUo
poison, and eradicates ovcry porlklc of the taint from
the Byntem forever.
tor Tal* ia not a remedy that MAY CURE, botone
that DOES and WILL CURE every caao without lah ore,
when taken according to direction;*.
STS- Neither la it a romody to be tried, bnt one that
baa been tried and thoroughly tested in some of the
very worst cases of secondary and tertiary Syphilis,
and in every case it made a complete cure, and gave til?
sufferer a new lease of lile, health, strength, and happi
mr It l8 now being used and reoommendod In their
private practice by some of the most eminent physi
cians in the United States.
A FEW RECOMMENDATIONS EBOM PHYSICIANS
Dra. Duggan, Barnes, and Rink, of Wilson, 27. 0.,
certify "that LAWRENCE'S ANTI-8TPHILTTI0 la an
efficient and -valuable romody, and that it has perform
ed remarkable cures."
Dr. Blako, of Baltimore, Md., says : "Your remedy la -
performing truly marvelloua ou? oa In this city."
Dr. Smith, of New York, writes: "I have fairly test
ed your ANTI-8YPHIL1TIO in as bad cases as I could
find in the city, and in evory instance it made a com
pleto and rapid cure. It really seems to possess almost
ter We could procure numbers of certificates from
patients, but of oonrse delioooy would forbid them from
signing the lr full names ; hut certificates are of small Im
portance any how, as a fair trial will couvinoe the most
soepticol of the real merita of tbo Medicine.
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BY SATINO the "Egyptian Lores," lonjean'?
"Oboralitsa" become nothing but worthless loafers;
he had given them PMIIH'I glorions Perfuma from too
same beautiful flower, they would bair s beooma UBBYUI
and ELSOANT gentlemen, and their wires, LADIES.
As VXRCKNX "WALLACE'S MUSIO to the ear; as the
polished Parian marble to the touch; as tho morning
star to the sight, so Is PXHHKY'O exquisita Perfume el
EGYPTIAN LOTUS to toe smell.
Au BEAL BEAUTY IS allied to religion, oven although
it only approaches the truth. It wa? this instinct
that made the Hindoos wear the EQYPTIAN LOTUS ta
' their mythological processions: hut PXNHBT, in his sa?
uoious riwrar from that flower, has surpassed the
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NATUBE, UNDOUBTEDLY, IS the substratum of all; but
man, by reflning on it, makes himsdf her absolute sa*
perlor. as witness, Rossini, In kia manipulation of ocean,
forest and .bird muslo, and PENKEY, in his Eamua
TKkBE IS A OBSAT DEAL 0T CANT about which I*
beat, toe useful or the beautiful. That only Is THE bett
tost UNITES soTBf as PBNNET has done IA his EQTFTIAM
ICIBEUBEAU, the wonderful French Orator, when
dying, asked for toe odor of flowers. If he was living,
O, bow eloquent would he be over PENNEY'S Eorrnaw
?Buna ELOWsns, raxan ^rvoyrr.sal" cried the de?
llgbtful Mrs. Homans. A distinguished American
Poetess has nearly finished a song on toe perfection of
the Floral KINQDOM, PEHNBT'S EOTPTIAN LOTUS.
As HSMBY CLATIU eloquence; AB Blondell in painting;
as Hart In sculpture; as Bonner In newspaperdomj *_
Spear In mining; as Parham in North Pacific railroad
lng, so America's beautiful and refined women sty,
PSMEET la in his EGYPTIAN LOTUS.
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