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TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1866.
The San Antonio Herald fiaya tho headquarters
of tho Department of TOXUB will bo removed by
General Hointzolinan from Galvc-ton to San Anto
nio. on account of tho oporations on tho border.
TUB l?ourd of Education of Now York have voted
to approvo tho report of its flnanoo committoo, al
ready published, appropriating $2,.r>22,000 for tho
support of schools during tho year 1867.
The foreign papera apoak of tbo continued ill
nena of Couut Bismark, which thoy doscrihe an a
prostration, accompanied by IOSB ol appetite Pr?
valo lottern KO fur confirm thin, ay to speak of an
attack of paralyaiB.
Tho TOX.IH Loeialaturo baa got through ita buai
nOBB, and IB roady to adjourn. Noarly all tho im
portant acte havo already boon panacd, mich JIB the
otay law, tho laws reorganizing tbo District Ckinrta,
the Supreme Cknrrt ana tho Connty Conrta, an ap
prentice law, a l??.w governing labor contracts, ?c.
The votes which havo boon thus far takon in tho
novoral Annual Conferences of tho Sonthorn Metho
dietu, indicate tho ratification, by a largo majority
of the proposed chango of tho namo of tho Church
to Episcopal Methodist Church, and tho proposed
introduction of lay representation into tho Gonoral
The health of Prince Piorro Napoleon Bonaparte
has lately caused nomo uiioaainesB to his frionas.
Having boon suffering from carbunclo, bo was ope
rated upon at Aix-lo-Bains, but without offeot. On
his return to Autouil Dr. Nolaton again performed
an operation, and hopos aro now entertained that
the Princo will soon bo oonvaloBCont.
King Victor Emmanuol has just institnted a now
order of knighthood, to be called tbo Order of the
Loone di St. Marco, according to some; that of the
Italian Lion, according to othors. It ia to take
rank immediately after tho Order of tho Annun
riata. which last is only given to crowned heads,
members of roigning houses, and gonoraliBsimos.
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WE leam from Lo Nord that oholora has boon
very virulent in Belgium. Official statistics jual
Sublished state that from the commencement ol
io opidomia to the 15th of Soptembor, tho num
ber of attacks havo beon 4.9,558, and the number ol
deaths 27,340, or moro than half the total numboi
attacked. Tho population of Belgium ia 4,940,670
so that tbo scourgo baB carried o? 1-87 per cent, o:
ONE Herr "Riainger, an architect, asked an au
dione- of the Duke of Hesso-Darnistadt, his sov
ereign. His behavior awakoning auepicion bo wai
arrested, searched, and found in posBcasion of t
long douhlc-odgod knife. In his rago he atabbec
ono of the pohcomon near him. It ia supposed thai
ho meditated murdering tho Duke, whoso Austri
an leanings eeom to have excited bia rovonge.
IN MAINE tho squirrels, rod and gray, aro mon
numerous and bolder tnia yoar than ovor bofon
within tho memory of the oldest inhabitants. Thi
scarcity of nuta in tho woods, or tho prospect of i
severo winter, or something else, drives thom in ti
towns and villages. Tho farmers complain bitterl
of their depredations. Thoy gnaw holes througl
the roofs and sidos of then* buildings, and mak
tbemsolves a nuisance, generally.
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A Louisville dispatch of the 8th instant says: "
The train leaving hero at fivo o'clock yesterda;
aftornoon for Nashville, waa maliciously thrown oi
tho track at Sinking Greek. The engineer wa
badly hurt, and at last accounts the fireman ha<
not been found. The Adama Express ear, baggag
ear and smoking oar wero burned, and the passen
gera are said tohave boen generally robbed. N
The records of the Commissionera of Emigre
(ion show that during the month of October 19/8
passengers arrived at the port of Now York, 34.87
of whom carno by steamers, and 4703 by eailini
vessel?. Nine thousand of the number wore fror
Germtny and about 8000 from Liverpool. Sixteei
hundred have gone to Illinois, 900 to Maase
ohusette, G00 to Michigan, 600 to Missouri, 6851
New Jersey, 11117 to Ohio, 2214 to Pennsylv&nii
C67 to Wisconsin, and 8471 have remained 'in No
York. Nono came South. Why?
Tho Yale catalogue for the new college year :
just out. Ita summary of students ia aa followi
In theology, 80; in law, 26; in medicine, 81; in ph
losophy and arta, 122; total 209. Seniors, 10
juniors, 115; sophomores, 132; freshmen, 152
total, 500; aggregate, 709.
The libraries or the colloge, exclusive of the 251
volumes of the Oriental Society, contain 77,51
booka, besides a burge number of pamphlets. TI
faculty and instructora of tho coll?ge consists
the president, thirty-five profcsBora, nino tutor
four instructors, a librarian, and a demonstrat
a a a
MOST Duri-or-Ani.- IGNORANCE.-A recent iss*
of the British Quarterly Revisto contains the f<
lowing astounding-nay, almost inoredible revel
tiona of tho ignorance which existe among BOB
ceoUons of the British community:
In Birmingham thirty-two persons, averagii
more than twelve years of age, including a youi
man of twenty, and two young women, could n
tell the Queen's name. The oommonest ai
simplest ?bj cot of nature, suchas flowers, birt
fishes, mountains and the sea, were nnknov
Some thought London waa a country, one that
?rae in tho exhibition ; a violet was said to be
pretty bird ; a primrose a red rose ; lilao alai
bird ; but wheatlier a robin or an eagle were bit
none could say ; some knew not what a rb
meant, or where enow comes from ; and a cow
a picture was pronounced to be a bon. Multituc
of these poor children can never have seen a pri
rose by the river's brim, or heard the song of I
The editor of the Manitowoo Tribune has b<
in Milwaukee, and in his paper of tho 1st ii
Never were we more impressod with tho pi
pority of the a tato than wo were a day or two ;
in Milwaukee. The improvements going on th
aro really astonishing, and it enforces the be
that Wisconsin is to bo one of the greatest Sti
in tho Union; for citioa seldom go aboad of the t
rounding country-they aro generally belli
Hero ero a few figures showing some of
?mounts expended on new buildings during
present year :
1 flour mill. 1?
8 flour mills. IK
3 breweries.,. 4.1
1 block (Rrodhead'Hl. 4!
1 church (Baptist). 31
6 churches.??. 71
28 business blocks on E%at Water street.COI
1,000 private resldonocs, from (600-to (20,000 each.
This is a fair showing for the City of Bricks,
hopo her prosperity may nd*/cr be lesa.
~ D?BMM & 1?KE,
No. 180 KINO STREET,
THIRD DOOR ABOVE HORLBECRPS ALL
HAVE JUST BECEIVED THEIR NEW 8TO0I
FALL. AND WINTER GOODS, oonalsUn? o
ftnost FRENCH AND ENGLISH IlROADCLOTnS, :
SK?NH, mid.? full variety of the neatest and latest
patterns of CASHMERES VELVETS, BILKS,
Beaver and Esquimaux Cloths, for Ovorcoats, and
supply of Medium Grade Cloths and Casslmeres foi
They are now prepared to make up Garments as c
ly an can bo dono In any Northern city, end finish
tho latest and most fashlonnblo stylos, or In any styl
Thoy respectfully Invite their friends and the put
?all and examino the stock for themselves.
?AU oidora will be promptly oxocuted an?1 gocd 01
prompt workmanship will bo guaranteed.
*__V)R SALE AT AIX PROMINENT GROCERS,
?JP MEROHANTB AND DRUGGISTS, and Wh<
_X*. FUNK, Jr_, Sole A^nt,
No. 0ft laTBBHTY-STRBKT, NEW YU
Augu't 21 3m
MRS. S. WATTS,
274 King street.
A LARGS ASSORTMENT OP
BONNETS AND FLATS
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUES,
BL'K AND OOL'D SILKS,
EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPS,
CHILDREN'S HOODS AND SACQUES.
BRADLEY? HOOP SKIRTS,
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
N. B. CLOAES opcnod 1HIB DAY, which sht
rcBpectfnUy invites the public to examino before pur
chasing elsewhere. Ino November 1
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE LATE80
HATS AND BONNETS,
INCLUDING MANY NOVELTIES;
A FULL LINE OF ENGLISH AND GERMAN
BONNET AND TRIMMINC
IN NEW PATTERNS.
VELVETS, LACES, &C.
PART OF THE ABOVE GOODS HAVE BEEN SELECT
ED IN LONDON BY A CHARLESTON MERCHAN1
AND ABE WELL WORTHY OF THE ATTENTION O:
No. 433 KING-STREET.
October l8 lmo
MRS. C. MAULE,
No. 433 KING STREET
(3 Doors Southeast Of Calhoon street,)
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT O
BONNETS AND FLATS, OF THE LATES
STYLE8; RIBBONS, VELVETS, FLOWER8 AN
AN ASSORTMENT OF CORSETS; all of which Ui
public generally are respectfully Invited to call and u
amlno befare purchasing elsewhere.
N. B.-Country orders PROMPTLY ATTENDED T<
Novomber 8 ?*
MILLINERY IN ALL ITS BRU
PAPER PATTERNS OF ALL THE LATEST STYL
OF CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, BASQUES, Ac, furnli
ed st low rates. Miss li. T. BONNER,
Next east of Mansion House
November 1 lmo
MRS. S. J. COT??IETT,
"Emporium of Fashions,
No. 263 King street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
TCRENOH MILLINBBY AND' ARTISTIC D1U
J* MARINO IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Ladii
Misses' and Children's Dresses, Basques, Socks t
Cloaks out by measurement, and a perfect fit gu?rante
Trimmings and Patterns of the latest Parl? and Y
Fashions received every month, and sent to any par
the country on reoeipt of the amount.
Send for circular.
October 8 ?m
JOHN 8. FAIRLEY. RUTLEDGE WILSl
JOHN S. FAIRLEY & CC
Wholesale Dealers in
FANCY GOODS, WHITE GO0?
FURNISHING GOODS, ET
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF RETAIL MEECHA;
IN THE CITY AND THROUGHOUT THE CO
TRY to their completo assortment of tim above mont
ed Goods, now being opened at
No. 37 HAYNE STREET,
THE OLD STAND OF MESSRS. HYATT, MoBURl
k CO. Their Stock has been ?elected with groat care
a thorough knowlodge of the wants of the Rou thom
Elo, aoquirod during many years experience in buai
_ this city.
Our business motto will be
Quick Sales and Short Profits.
ORDERS WILL DE CAREFULLY AND PROMP
JOHN S. FAIRLY & CO
The subsorlbor is particularly desirous of rene
business rotations with the customers of his old hi
MARSHALL, BURGE k CO. J. S. FAIRL1
October 4 2m<
H. L. JEFFERS & C(
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT!
HAVE REMOVED FROM NO. 118 EAST BA
CENTRAL WHARF (?rat wharf below tho ma
where thoy will bo pleased to soo their friends an
tro ne. lmo_Octobe:
MADAME LA MARS,
PROFE8SOR OF ASTRONOMY, ABTROIX>GY, P
NOLOGYAND PHY8IOGNOMY-fonr of the
mblimo ScionccB that can occupy the human mind
looatoa at No. 91 BROAD STREET, second door
King BtrcoL Abo gives a general invitation to all w.
siro to consult on business of importance. There
qncntion which may not bo accuratolv annwer?
much misery avoided by a timely inquiry of thla t
AMrolog/. Sho posaccaos a magnetic power of bj
stA ?ofccrtb?eall ?ieexeoe, ?M WDalhem tk once w
it la enrabio, and aavo many dollara.
OF EXQUISITE WORKMANSniT AND FINISH,
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING REEN APPOINTED
Agents for tho celebrated Marble Works of WATIIAN
k CO., Now York, aro now prepared to receive orders for
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, and superb MANTLES
of exquisito finish; also lltON RAILINGS. Call at our
store and seo numerous dcsijrns. Prices at CO per cent,
lower than can be purchased in this city.
ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO., Agents.
No. 201 East Bay and Cumbertaud streets.
Octobor IG lmo
DISEASES OF THE
EYE AND EAR.
[FORMERLY OF LONDON, ENGLAND.]
OCULIST AND AURIST,
EYE AND EAR,
EESPEOT-'ULLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS OF
Charleston and vicinity that ho has taken Rooms at
the Charleston Hotel, and will be prepared to receive
Patients on Thursday, November tho 8th, until Thursday,
November tho 15th, after which time will visit this city
as occasion may require, of which due notice will bo
OFFICE IIOUHS FROM O A. M. TO O P. Al.,
And can bo consulted on DEAFNESS, N0I8E IN THE
nEAD, CATARRH, DISOKARttES FROM THE EAR,
SCALES IN THE EAR, ACICUMULATION OF WAX IK
THE EAR, ORSTRUOnON OF THE EUSTACHIAU
TUBE, and all Acute or Chronic Diseases of -the EYE
AND AJR PASSAGES.
INSERTED -WITHOUT PAIN, AND PERFECTLY
RESEMBLINa THE NATURAL EYE.
OPERATIONS FOR CATARACT,
Artificial Pupil, &c,
Skillfully performed, and all disoaaea of tli
EYE AND EAR
treated, and every operation in Aural and Optha
mic Surgery performed by
Principal Office, 84 West iOtt st., N,_
J9S- For reference, testimonials, 4c., send for
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
The LoulsviUe Journal eave : " The testimonials whli
Dr. Gardner presents to the public could never have be*
obtained, except by the display of great skill and leer
ing in his profession. One thing especially commondat
ESS in the Doctor's practice le, thai ho will not attempt i
ja', lnourablo disease for the sake of a foo, but frankly te
"id tho patient whether he can be cured or not. We ehe?
ed. folly recommend Dr. Gardner to the attention of all o
ork friends who may be suffering from dlec-acs of the e
t of and ear.
The Richmond Times says : "We have no hesitation
saying that Dr. Gardner is the most sclent-Ac and Si
-_ easeful eye and ear surgeon in this country."
Dr. Gardner's treatment of the oye and ear Is wond
Wo fool Justified lu recommending Dr. Gardner
those suffering from diseases of the eye and ear.
Wo can safely and cordially recommend Dr. Gardn
who will fulfill all he undertake s to perform.
Tho New Orleans True Delia says : "We can n_f
recommend Dr. Gardner SA a sucoessful operator on I
oye and ear. He will not undertake to treat a case uni
a cure con bo effected.
The Wheeling Rip is ter says : "Dr. Gardner Is om
the mont successful Oculists and Aurista in tho count
We advise those suffering from the diseases of the i
and ear to consult him."
November 3 6m
COTTON AND COP FERTILIZED
DIRECTIONS FOR USB-SAME A8 NO. 1 PE?
VIAN GUANO, AT LESS THAN HALF 1
COST. Barrels 2150 pounds each ; eight to the ton.
HUNT & BRO., Agents,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. I
November 1 2_
Mutual Life Insurance Compan;
C. A. DeSAtJSSURE, Agent,
OF THE ABOVE COMPANY, WILL ATTEND
any businoes thereof, as usual, at No. 20 BRO
STREET. lmo _Ootobor
CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE STOI
No. 359 King-street,
BEI.OAV OEOROB STREET
YOU WILL FIND AT THE ABOVE E8TABU
MENT a full supply of aont's, Boys' and Yoi
BOOTS, SHOE8, GAITERS AND SLIPPERS; La
Misses' and Children's Congrosa Gaiters; Poliah B
Balmoral-, Bootcca, Buskins and Slippers of ever
ocrlptlon; Gent's and Boys' Hats of all kinds. *
The above Goods I am determined to sell at the le
poflSlbX- prion. Mr motto io quirk sales and ?mall pr
Give mo a -all and you will be rewaWle_.
October 20 etut?moi
E. H* KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PIIIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
Til lit? DOOK NORTH OF MARKET*
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE
on hand a full assortment of DRUGS, MEDICJINE8
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, SOAPS, BRUBHES, PER.
FUMERT and FANOY GOODS, and aro propared t o
supply physlclasB and private families at cheapest mar
E. II. KELLERS, M. D.H. DAER, M. D.
J? PRACTICAL "^^
B o o IK: -us: EI ___ r?E :R, ,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Collections promptly attended to
OFFIOE COR. BROAD AND OHURCS STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BOOKS WRITTEN UP, ERRORS DETECTED, BILLS
MADE OUT, and all kinds o? WRITING.
Instruction given in PRAOTIOAL BOOK-KEEPING
and Business generally, at moderato prices.
September 20 8moa
hOYLAN & TUERS,
?A> UFA0TURER8 OF, ANL WHOLESALE DEAL
?RB in, WHITE LEAD. ZINO PAINTS, OOLORB
N0. 93 MAIDEN LANE.
New Hot ;
Orders by mall promptly attended to
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
HAVE OONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE STOCK
RAILROAD, STEAKBOAT HAW HILL
STEAM JENGINE8 AND SAW MILLS
BAR AND SHEET IKON
OAST AND SPRING STEEL
LOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL U COMOTIVE
OILS AND AXLE GREASE
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND OUT SPIKES, Ae.
EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE AND BURGL4H
PROOF SAFE8, Ac., &o.
HON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Na 150 MEETING STREET.
C. K. HTTGEB,
No. 187 MEETING-ST^
CI?ARX.B18T01?. 8. O.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINER!
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, &a
HiATFORM, COUNTER AND WAR]
JOTTON PICKERS, &o., &o.
mr Represented by Mesen. M. K. JESSUP A 00.,
SOUTHERN E IP RE S S COMPAH1
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to ti
safe ' Transmission of Freigb
Honey? and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIV]
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE Pu ? FREE OF
II. II. PLANT,
Prealdent, Angnsta, Oi
ARCHIBALD ?ETTY & CO.,
SMuPiDg asi Commission Merchants.
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
C1IAHI-ESTON, S. C.
A? ??tty.K3. A. Sonder.S. V. Sonder.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
PACTORS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
WILL ATTEND TO THE runOHASK, HALE AIU
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestlo Porti) c
COTTON, RIOE, LUMBER and NA YAL STORE?.
ATLANTIC WIIA-Uf, Charleston, ?. C.
B. WILLIS..-...-.....-..A R.OHISOL!?
RISLEY 8s CREIGHTON
Stopping and Commission Mercbaits,
MPORTERS OP W. INDIA PRODUCE.
COR. EAST BAY AND ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
WILLIAM E GILLILAND & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 83 HAYNB STREET.
J. REEYE GrlEBES,
_F_A. O T O _R
No. 2, Corner Broad ana Church sts.,
No. 7 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
HOT Orders and consignments of COTTON, RICE,
NAVAL STORES, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, 4c, so
loltod_3n_o Eoptembor 25
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
(FOBMEB-T CorAim.-nn OF J. E. Anona k Co.),
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE, CUT
LERY, GUNS. AND AGRICULTURAL
NO. 310 KINO ST., THIRD DOOR BELOW SOCIETY,
OH-U-UTOI?, 8. 0.
October 1 3mos
EVANS & GODBOLD,
No. lia Esust Bay,
OTEE THOMSON E-tOTEXBB.
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
N. Q. EVANS.T. W. 60DBOLD.
BOWERS & SILCOX,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS ARD GENERAL COM
No. 1-7 Meeting Street, opposite the Market.
"\N HAND CONSTANTLY: FARMS, PLANTATIONS
/ HOUSES AND LOTH for o-lo and to. rent Ar
rep-red to recelTe all kinds of QUODS, WARES ANI
IEBOHANDISE, PRODUOE, &o.. on oonnlgnment
,-10, rUBNITURE. H0B8KS, AND VEHICLES o
very description for sale. Will also give our specla
attenUon to OUT-DOOR SALES. 3mos September 6
Wno-E-ALE ADD BET AH, DX-UEB TS
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VEST1M?S
No. 35 Broad, street,
July 38 flmos CHARLESTON, S. O.
A. S. HULL. Agent,
B. W. CORNER OHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE Ac' _._, AS-ORT-IENT OF CLOTHS, GA
SIM -8 AND TESTINGS can be had, togetlii
with a choice a s-ortm-nt-f
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods*
LINEN AND MUSLIN 8EnRTfl,_i_ade order, lu ai
y le tbat may be desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give his sp?cial atte?v to the
al -Bru-. lyr ??une
LA PIERRE HOUSE
The Bubucrlbcrs having leased this favorite house,
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEQANT MANNER
And is now prepared with the mo.? per ft
appointments for the reception of guests?
The first position among first-class Hotels will
malnUxiod in the futuro, ta In the past.
8e?tember8 -mo* BAKKB b FARLEY
?TKAM ?AS FITTER AND PLUMB I
DLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIXTURE-. G
C FITTING AND PLQMl?LNG PUOMP1LV 4
_KND__) IX). No. I?.-? KIN'i-rfiUfh'C,
A4??1.1 *1 .'??Mfr lit*?'1 ' * **.
WHOLE-ALU AND BETAIL DEALKB III
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &c
At Mo.?OS KiNO-STKEKT, Charleston, ?
AT NSW YORK PBI0E&
j^YortrrUle paper copy tor two month*, and I
im.?*>.???'t*nm i . *' -*???*?
Lil AHD COLLECTION OFFICE
Nosi 39 and 40 Park Row?
ISAAC DAVEOA, )
OKOROa B. ?OUNO, I NEW '-0RK.
OERARD L. MoKKNEIK, )
AVINO 8UO0EKDKD TO TE_? TORSION COU
- TION BU8INS88 of Mouxri BIRNEY, PI
_IB * FLANDERfl, ?6 wUl attend io the ooDeetfi
past -ne _n_ i_jturliij|..()lt_ni_ .ttupnghoat theUl
ates ?w- '"Wunda. * ?
oojtmsatoNERs ros ALL THE C?ATKA.
T. G. A. R
FOR TUE CURE OF SYPHILIS IN ALL IT
THI8 EXTRAORDINARY AND TRULY VAL?EABLB
Medicine la prepared with the utmost eklU and caro
by a regular Badana of Medicine and Pharmacy, from
fro*h bOOTRERN MBDIOINAL ROOTS AND HERBB,
and la thorcloro
mr It completely nontralUea the peculiar Syphllltlo
poison, and eradicates every particle ol the taint from
the HVBtom forever.
mr This la not a remedy that MAY CURE, baton?
that DOES and WILL 0ORE ovory caao without failure,
wliin taken according to directions.
mr Neither Is it a remedy to be tried, but one thal
has boen tried end thoroughly tested in some of the
very worst casos of secondary and tertiary Hyphllio,
and In every case it made a complete euro, and gave the
sufferor a now loaae of life, health, strength, and kappi
49- It Is now being used and recommended In their
private practice by some of the moat emlnont physi
c-limn In the United States.
A FEW RECOMMENDATIONS FROM PHYSIOTANB
Dra. Duggan, Barnen, and Kin?, of Wilson, N. O.,
certify "that LAWRENOE'B ANTI-8YPH1LITIO la an
efficient and valuable remedy, and that It haa perform
od remarkable eurea."
Dr. Blake, of Baltimore, Md., ?aya: "Your remedy 1?
performing truly marvellous enies In this city."
Dr. Smith, of Now York, wTltea: "I have fairly tcBt
ed your ANTI-8YPHILITIO in aa bad cases as I could
And In the city, and in every Instance It made a, com
plete and rapid cure. It really scorns to possess almost
AT Wo could procuro numbers of certificates from
patlonts, but of oourao deltoaoy would forbid them from
signing their full names ; but Mitif?cate? are of email Im
portaaoe any how, aa a fair trial will oonvlnoe the moat
sceptical of the real merita of the Medicine.
READER, STOP ! PAUSE ! THINK !
Have yon ever been affeoted with RypbUla In any of
Its forma? If so, do not run the fearful risk of entail
ing horrid diseases upon yonr children and chUdren's
children to the third and fourth generations, but be
positively sure to drlvo every vestige of the diaoaae
from your system at once, by taking LAWBENOE-'S
mr It baa been remarked by a oelebrated medical
writer, "that If Syphilis and ltseOeote could be stopped
half of the diseases thal now aflllot the human family
Bfg- Tbia valuable medicine la pleasant to the taste,
has a delightful odor, and is not in the least injurious.
mr For aale by ail Lruggists, and
KING & CASSIDEY,
NO. 161 MEETXNa 8TEEET.
Charleston, 8. O.
??-BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.-?*
BY ttAimo the "Egyptian LOT?E," Tennyson'?
"ChoraUten" become nothing bnt worthless loafers;
he had given them PKHNKY'B glorious Perfume from the
game beautiful flower, they would have become vtxmrvj.
and KLKOAHT gentlemen, and their wires, T.*T-?
As VIKCSHT WALLACE'? Kuna to the ear; M the
polished Parian marble to the touch; as the morning
star to the sight, so Is PXBHZY'S exquisite Perfumo ot
EGYPTIAN LOTUS to the amelL
Au. RKAL BEAUTY la allied to re11g1 on, even although
It only approaches the truth. It was this lnutlnot
that made the Hindoos wear the EGYPTIAN LOTUB In
their mythological processions : but Pmssr, In his na
Limons pzaruxa from that flower, has surpassed the
NATUBR, cmouBTBBit, la the substratum of all; bot
man, by refining on it, makes himself her absolute sa
perlor, as witness, Rossini, in his manipulation of ocean,
forest and bird mnsio, tad Purni, la his Banna?
Taxnx is A OBSAT ?BAI, or GAKT about whiol) U
best, the neeful or the beautiful. That only is TOT beal
that mumu BOTH, as Porazi has dono ia his EQTPTIA?
HIBSUBEAU, the wonderful French Orator, when
dying, ssked for the odor of flowers. If he was living,
0, how eloquent wonld he be over PENKEY'? EOTITIAB
"BBINO FLO WEBS, ?utan JTLOWEBSJ" orled the de
lightful Mrs. Homans. A distinguished American
Poetess baa nearly finished a song oa the perfection of
the Floral EINOBOM, PXMNXT'B EGYPTIAN LOTUS.
As HENEY CLAY lu eloquence; as Blondell in painting ;
as Hart In sculpture; aa Bonner ia aewspaperdom ; a?
Spear In mining; as Ferham in North Paolflo railroad
ing, so America's beautiful and refined women may,
PKNNBT Is ia his EGYPTIAN LOTUS.
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