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W SATURDAY MORNING, NOVKMBER 17,1866.
[From the Hoxton Post.)
Alabama will faut and liuuiiliato on the 29 Iii.
Matrimony rage, fiercely nt Now York.
^Cotton spindles aro wanted nt Nashville.
Tho Navy Report in boing printed.
Bight otoamorB sailed from New York Saturday.
Franco han declnrcd war against Coron.
?Squirrel? aro unusually plenty in Pennsylvania.
Two hundred patents nro issued wcokly. Ten
I litiuH-.uitl have been granted during tho year.
".Letters from llcll" is tho title of a recent Lon
A mau waB accidentally boiled to death in a
foundry vat in Troy laBt week.
An East River Perry Company has liad to pav
two thousand dollars for lotting a littlo boy passen
ger got drowned.
Having paid out the cabio Cyrus \V. Field is now
paying out $200,000 old debt.. Good boy, Cyrus.
^^ Ten thousand negroes have been buried in
W^ " Natchez sinco 18130.
The Mississippi Legislature has passed a bill to
furnish every marnod soldior with.an artificial log.
Twenty per cent, more marriages in Ohio this
year than in any year before or during the war.
At $150 a bale, the 8onth will realizo from her
crop of cotton alone about $225,000,000.
Geo. N. Sandors has declared his willingness to
A family of Polos is locating in the Wildorncss,
famous as a battlo ground.
"Hanging by the nock until thoy aro dead," is
now tho penalty in Mississippi for horse-stealing.
The freodtuon in Middle TcuncsBeo arc refusing
to enter into contracts for the ensuing yenr.
The project of bridging the Mississippi at St.
Louis has been abandoned.
London sends out no mail and has no postal de
livery on Sunday.
There aro nt the present timo 10G1 political news
papers in Europe.
Forty-two thousand unsl?llcd laborers caine to
this country from Europe last year.
There ia a great scarcity of ministers in tho
Church of England.
The sale of girls' hair is prohibited in some por
tions of Franco.
The New York Central Railroad has completed ita
doublo track botwecn Buffalo and Albany.
The Indiana colored convention has adjourned,
but tho procecdiogs are not known, as its members
Aaron Jones has closed articles to fight McCool
for the championship and $5000 in Decomber, in
A pound of cotton spun by hand will make a
thread 108 yards long, but spun by steam it will
make ? thread 167 miles in length. '
A collection of over 300 petrified animals, mado
in Dakota Territory, has ju?t boen added to the
Tho Evansville, Ind., matrimonial market for the
past month shows an alarming decline. Alarming
to tho ladies.
The authorities of Macon aro obliged to furnish
from six to ten coffins per day to bury negro pau
pers. Freedom is a big thing for the poor African.
A distinguished Haytien, who bought $300.000 '
worth of od lands with fioticious drafts is now lan
guishing in a Cincinnati prison.
Tho New York Herald says as Mr. Or coley has
' bought eome decent clothes and appears now like
any other Christian he ought to go to Congress. I
The Boston Post says that, if Butler expects to .
impeach tho President, "he must bestir himself."
Indeed you muat, butt. So stir I stir I sur-with
all your tea-spoons 1-Lou. Journal.
] A juror in a Philadelphia Court was taken with
delirium tremena during the trial. He fancied his ]
tongue was snakes and his body being devoured by J
General Walbridge has nominated Horaoe Gres
ley for United States Senator. Now Horaoe must i
nominate the General for something, for Wal bridge
is a member of the scratch and tickle family.
An Englishman recently sent his wife into the
country to visit some friends, and during her ab
. sonco ho sold all his property and ran off to Ame
rica with a young woman. ]
Ono of the editors of the Louisville Courier '
has boon to Brazil, got naturalized, but is back j
home again. He says the "South, poor, ruined, <
and desolate as she is, is worth a hundred Brazils .
Thero is a negro in Philadelphia, about five j
feet high, with very short legs, so that his foot '
look as if thoy _wore the legs bent off at the
knees, and the heels placed where the knees ought i
A Belfast paper tells of a mon who began his
career by cmbezzlemont, and in the long run bo- i
carno rich, and refunded with interest the amount
Tickets for admission to the common during tho
meteoric display will be for Bale by the proprietor
and at the usual places. The andionco is respect
fully requested not to oncoro the "showers," as
timo will not admit of their repetition. Refresh
ment furnished by Mr. Smith in tho saloon of tbo
big tree, at moderato rates. Admission to the frog- '
pond, half price.-Boston Post.
Wonder if tho big organ is to play ?-News.
Shooting people ia Peru is a pastime, and high- J
waymon have it all their own way. but a oorres- "
pondent of the Now York Tribuno tolls how he was '
surprised by a band of robbers and how he out- .
wittud them. Having just eighty-five cents in his ?
pocket, ho rodo out of Lima ono* morning, armod?
lo the tooth, but unoxpeetant of robbors. About a
mile from the city ho was suddenly met by four
men, and just at the samo moment ten more ap
peared in Bight. One of the number demandod
his money or his life Protending to search for ]
his fonds he drew a Derringer and shot the high
wayman through the head, and spurring up his
mulo got out of thoir range, halted, drew his seven
shooter and dispatched four others and thon made
tracks for Lima, from wheoco ho sent policemen to j
secure tho five corpses.
The Maine ?oeony ra Palestine.-Tho Atlantic
Telegraph announces tho arrival at Jaffa of tho
small Colony from tho Stato of Maine, whoso in
tention it is to make a settlement in the Holy Lar.d,
with sanguino expectations of great success in
laying anew the foundations of prosperity in that
country. Tho American missionary, Mr. H. H.
Jessop, writing from Beirut, Sopt. 3, thus alludes
to tho movement ;
Wo aro all distressed at tho news of the coming ,
of a colony of Americans from Maino to settle nt
Jaffa. The Consul at Jerusalem has written to Mr.
Seward to dissuade tho deluded people from such
an insano undertaking; but thoy will not be dis
suaded. Nothing loss than the sacred soil will
satisfy them. They will find the Turkish Govern
ment Biujpicinus, and opposed to them at ovory .
step. Once outsido of Jaffa garden the plain is
frequented I y the Bedouin, and thoy will nnd tho
Holy Land too hot for thom in moro senses tbau '
one. It seems ead that sober reason could not i
havo reached thom. I havo noticed advertise
ments of tho -?chorno in tho papors from timo
to time, but regarded it as a hoax. Wo now hoar
thoy aro coming. May the Lord have meroy on
An accurnto account of the visionaries who have
made similar raids on the Holy Land during this
century, either as individuals or in companies,
would bo ono of the most astounding books ?vor
written. But this down-east attempt m> get further
oast bids fair to cap the climax.
The Apple Crop in New Hampskibe.- Tho Con
t ord (N. II.) Domocrat says that tho crop of applos
in tho touthorn and southwestern sections of Now
Hampshire this year was very good, and the apples
commanded a good prico. Tho Boston merchants
had agents scouring all they could find. The Bos
ton agents purchased tho larger portion r. iscd in
Rockland and H trafford counties. Thoy paid flvo '
dollars per barrol for first quality and two dollars
and a half for tho second quality, and paid their
billa promptly on tho delivery of tho applos. Cider
apples wore bought in this ideality at first for forty
ronls per bushel ; fifty cents waa afterwards paid, i
und now thoy command sixty cents por bushof.
Seveuai. public mon um on ta are in course of erec
tion in Boston. Ono of tho most remarkable is
that in commemoration of the discovery of ether.
Tho expenso Will bo $50,000, which is contributed
by Mr. Thomas Lee. Anothor is an equestrian
figure of Waehington,.
DISEASES OF THE
EYE AND EAR.
[FORMERLY OF LONDON, ENGLAND.]
OCULIST AND AURIST,
EYE AND EAR,
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS OF
Charleston anti vicinity tliat bo will lio hero again,
at tbo Charleston Hotel, on Monday, December 17th, and
remain until Saturday, the'_!__.i. After that timo monthly.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 A. M. TO C P. M.,
And can be commltod on DEAFNESS, NOISE Tit THE
HEAD, CATARRH, DISCHARGES FROM THE EAR,
SCALES IN THE EAR, ACCUMULATION OF WAX IN
THE EAR, OBSTRUCTION OF THE EUSTACHL-YN
TUBE, ana all Ac-ntc or Chronic Diseases of the EYE
AND AIR PA8SAGES.
INSERTED WITHOUT VAIN, AND PERFECTLY
RESEMBLING THE NATURAL EYE.
OPERATIONS FOR CATARACT,
Artificial Pupil, &c,
Skillfully performed, and all diseases of the
EYE AND EAR
.reated, and every operation in Aural and Opthal
nic Surgery performod hy
Principal Office, 84 West 4Qt? st., N. T.
Jtar For reference, testimonials, ?fee., send for a
OPINIONS OF THE PEESS.
The Louisville Journal says : " Tbo tcatimoniaia which
Dr. Gardner presenta to the public could never have'boon
.btaJLncd, oxcept by tbo display of great ahlll and learn
ing in his profession. One thing especially commendable
In the Doctor's practice if, that he will not attempt an
incurable disease for tho sake of a fco, but frankly tells
the patient whether ho can bo cured or not. Wo cheer
fully rocommond Dr. Gardner to tbo attention of all our
.rienda who may be Bullering from diseases of the eye
The Richmond Times says : "Wo have no hesitation in
saying that Dr. Gardner is tho most scientific and uuc
:e__f_l eye and ear Burgoon in this country."
Dr. Gardner's treatment of the eye and car ia wonder
Wo feol justified in recommending Dr. Gardner to
Lhoflc Buffering from diseases of tho oye and ear.
Wo can safely and cordially recommend Dr. Gardner,
?vh o will fulfill all ho undertakes to porform.
The Now Orleans True Delta says : "Wo can safely
.commend Dr. Gardner as a successful operator on the
>yo and ear. Ho w11] not undertake to treat a case unices
_ euro can bo effected.
The Wheeling Register says : "Dr. Gardner is one of
he moBt successful Oculists and Aurifits In the country.
?Ve advise those mi (Turing from the diaoaaea of tbo eye
md cor to consult him."
November 8 Cm o
WEBB & SAGE
EIAVING ADDED TO TI I El 11 A LUE AMY
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
BY DIRECT IMPORTATION,
IBB -PREPARED TO SUPPLY THEIR FRIENDS
AND THE PUBLIC AS IN
FORMER YEARS, AT
NO.. 5 HAYNE-ST.
November I *tno
I _ RA MS ER & McJlWKIN
COLUMBIA, So. Cn..,
OFFER THEIR 8ERVIOES FOR THE PURCHASE
or solo of Cotton and Produce generally. Order.
nd Consignments respectfully solicited.
C. A. QltAKHEB. W. 8. McUT. K".
October 27 Irno
(FROM NEW ORLEANS,)
> ESPEOTFULLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS OF
A. Charleston th?.t he has arrived and Is prepared to
euro OORNH, BUNIONS, INGROWING und DISEASED
NAILS, LARGE JOINTS, and all diseases of the human
feet, nie oxperiouce, in his profession of cloven years
vrill guarantee successful treatment, without pain or
(Irr. wing blood. Ho may bo consulted at his office, in
Mrs. FDiNEY'S BOARDING HOUSE, No. 190 Hing _t.,
-Vom ? A. M. to 1 I". M., and from 1 P. M. to 6 P. M. ft?
nona dc__ring his attention at their rcHldences will be to
commotlatcd by giving one day's aotic.
November 13. 0
?r AWAY WITH BPEOTAOLEB.-OLD EYES
made new, without BpeotaolM, Dootor or Medicine
Pamphlet mailed free on rooolpt of ten conti. A ii drew
H. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. list) Broadway, Now York.
JtarARTIFIOIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU
MAN EYES made to order and Inserted by Dru. F.
BAUCH and P. QOUGELMANN (formerly employed by
Roissonkkau, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway. New York.
to- COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP_THIS OELE
DBATED Toilet Soup, In auch universal demand,
i ruado from the clttolceat materials, is mild and
?iTioillent in its nature, frngrmitly acentcil, and
extremely bcnenclsl In its nct'on upon the skin. Foi
isle by all DrtiRglate and Fsnoy Gooda Dealers.
February 7 _ lyr
J*?- ITCH I ITCH! ITCH I 8GBAT0HI
SCRATCH I 80BAT0H1 WHEATON'S OINTMENT
?vlll caro tho Itch In 48 hoars. Also caros Salt Rheum,
Ulcers, chilblains, and all Eruptions of tho Shin. Price
50 conta. For salo by all druggists. By sending GC
couts to WEEKS _ POTTER, Solo Agents, 170 Washing
ton tit root Boston, it will he forwarded hy mall, free o
pontage, to any part of tho United States.
June a Amos
2>cr ilntci'icid-nete aft hercit _r"M"vflft<:n in iracnb einem
IV*Uc*"Dcut'$lanb*uer.}cben, ?cRcr au ccaccttrcn uni*
fenflist "ttftrSge ju t>cfergcii. ?Nan n-crrc fid? um nh'tjere
"uiTunft bittet an ?. .*">. 3,?t|cr in Vcbc
etcr *Rs _R(I)tttn*i, 187 East Bay, Clmrlcston, S O
Sept. 20 tlnstuSmos
CHARLESTON WEEKLY NEWS.
THE PUBUSHERS OF THE ''CEtABLESTOl* DAILY
NEWS" have great pleasure in slating to the public that
they have commenced the publication of
"THE WEEKLY NEWS."
[?HE ATM OF THE PUBLISHERS WILL BE TO j
"THE WEEKLY NEWS"
rill- BEST WEEKLY PAPER PUBLISH
BD IN THE -O-THERN COUNTRY.
IT -WII___ CONTAIN:
ACCURATE MARKET REPORTS
ElEADINa FOR THE FAMILY CIRCLE
POETRY AND LITERABY MATTER
IBLE __>**TORIALS ON THE BUB.TECTS OF THE DAY.
IT HAS MORE
Than any other Weekly published outeiJo of New
i3UE8CIU_*TION l-TERMB-ONLY $3 A YEAR. NO
13TJBSCBIPTION REOEIVED *w-THO*0T THE CASH.
CATHCART, M'MILIAN & MORTON,
No. IS Hnyne-St.. Charleston, S. C.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PIIIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOO a NORTH OF M Alt If. K1
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE
on hand n fuU ansortuiont of DRUtiS, MEDIQIN _._ _?
PBOPRIErAR? ARTICLES. 80APU, BRUSHES, FEB.
FDMEIty sud FANOY GOODS, and are prepared 11
supply p h yu le: ?ui h and pr?valo fmnUiea at cheapest mar
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER. M. D
^? PRACTICAL ^^
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Collections promptly attended to
OFFICE COR. BROAD AND O-IUROfl STREETS,
CHARLKSTON, S. C.
BOOKS WRITTEN UP, ERRO?S DETECTED, BILLS
MADE OUT, and ali ki? dB of WRITING.
Instruction Rivon in PitAOTIOAL BOOK-KEEPING
and BuBinci-s generally, at moderato prices.
J ?OYLAN & T?ERS,
UTA' 0FA0TURER8 OF, ANV WHOLESALE DEAL
U. _ lW In, WHITE LEAD. ZING PAINTS, OOLORE
AUN le.?ES, Ac.
No. 93 MAIDEN LAN 1,
New Ko* ,
Orders by mall prompt;v attendod to
War??* il *??i'-'
CAMBR?N, BMLB?. & CO.,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LAKGE bTOOK
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT & SAW HILL
STEAM ENGINES AND SAW MILLS
BAR AND SHEET IRON
OAST AND SPRING STEEL
LOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL it COMOlTvT
OILS AND AXLE OREASE
GUM AND LEATHER DELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND OUT SPIKES, ko,
EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE AND BTJRGLAB
PROOF SAFES, Ac, Ac.
MERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Na 160 MEETING STREET.
C. K. HTTGKER.
No. 137 MEETINQ-ST_,
OHARF.KBTOIf, S. O.
^."j?f -. f/^__J?_j??_^^^te^_^5^5!_i^^^
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE A STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON A WOOD WORK MACHINER!
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Ao
?LATFORM, COUNTER AND W^RB
jOTTON PICKERS, Ac, Ac
4V Representad by Mesan. M. E. JESSUP k OO.,
SOUTHERN EIPRESS COMPANY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street,
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
?louey, and Valuables.
WILL GALL FOU AND DELIVEB
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE Oil Y FREE OF
II. 0? -Pi-ATfT,
__ Pret?Oent, Angrirta, Q?,
AK-i .IIB ALI) GETT? _. CO.,
Sloping and Commission Merchants,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, ... C.
?. auttjr.K. A. Souder......S. T. Jl?. uiIct,
July ._ _
WILLIS * CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANT*
liriLL ATTEND TO THE PDBC0ABH, SALE ASH
f f BBXPMSNTttO Foreign anil Don_.c_.tlo I'ort?? r
JOTTON, BIOE, LUMBER and NAVAL BXOBX8.
ATLANTIC WI__AIIB\ Clmrl.aton, ?. C.
C. WILLIS.A. R.OUIBOL>
RISLEY & CREIGHTON
Shipping ana Commission Merchants,
IMPORTERS OF W. INDIA PRODUCE.
COR. EAST DAT AND ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
WILLIAM H.G1LLILAND& SOW
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 83 HAYNE STREET.
J. REEVE GIBBES,
IF A. CTOR
No. 2, Corner Broad and Church sts.,
No. 7 Vanderliorst's Wharf.
MW Ortlera and consignments of COTTON, BIOE,
NAVAL ATORES, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, 4c., so?
lotted 3mo September 25
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
d____B___ Co-PAriTNEii of J. E. Aim cn k Co.),
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HAItDWABE, OUT
LEI-Y, GUN8. AND AGRICULTURAL
IU PLiF M F NTH
NO. 310 KING ST.. TU1BD DOOR BELOW SOCIETY,
OUAEI.EfiTON, S. O.
October 1 Smoa
WHOLZSALII Ain> BETAIL DXAX_KB ID
MILLINERY AND FANCY ?001)8,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
It Ho. MO? K11ID.8THKKT, <_-h*ri?st__?, *_-_
AT NEW YORK FRICKS.
W-.vtna .?.'** It*
E. S. DODGE So CO.,
STEAM JOB PRINTERS,
No. 84 JOHIW-BTKKKT, N. Y.
October 32 lmo
B0WRR8 * SILCOX,"
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS A19D GENERAL COM
No. _L_H Meeting Street, opposite tie Market.
)N HAND CONSTANTLY: FARMS,PLANTATIONS,
HOUSES AND LOTS for salo and to rent Are
?pared to receive all kinds of QOODS, WARES AND
! EUCH AN DISE, PRODDCE. ko., on consignment.
Ino, FURNITURE, HORSES, AND VEHICLES ol
rery description for sale. Will also give our special
attention to OUT-DOOR SALES. Smos September 6
"______ma and bbtaix. dialu in
CLOTHS, CASSIMEBES AND TESTINGS,
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 Broad, street,
July 23_Cmoa_CHARLESTON, B. 0.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
Toe Subscribers bavins 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 Arst-class Hotels win bl
main U? ed in the fa toro, as In the past.
September 3 amos_BAKER A FA ELEY
?TRAJEE GAH FITTER AND IMA. MU K11
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, Cik-i
FITTING AND PLUMBING PU-dP-L. ? ??
rKNDED PO. . No. li ? KIN '__.__.Ur Ki,
_, .? i , ' I -.".r??'>?>r Br .? ' . > . .
Ll? AND C0LLECTIO? OFFICE,
Nos. 39 And 40 Park flow?
IBAAO DAVEGA, )
GEORGE B. YOUNG. J NEW YORE,
QXBABD L. MoKKNZIE.)
HAVING SUOOEEDED TO THF VOREIOK OOLLEO
TION BUSINESS of MessTJ. BIRNEY. FEEN
USB A FLANDERS, we wUl attend w the collection o
past dne and maturing claims tbroagbont the On It _.'
COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL TBS STATE A
LIDIES DESIRING A SHOOTE, CLEAI
L<-_--;- " -.?A.
HAH NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND BKAUI
rYINO TBS 00 MI-LEX ION _j. BEIN.
Bold by Druggist? oyory hore.
Depot Mo. 7* Ful toe -strtct, New York.
KING & J ASSIBEY. A?rente.
ttawtyH ?Hat-mo OIIABU?-IW?, i,...
T. G. A. R
C E "L, E, "B "R __ T E D
POU THE C?HE OF 8YPOELI8 IN ALL IT
THIS EXTRAORDINARY AND TRULY VALIJEABLR
Medicine is prepared with ttie utmost skill aud care
bv a reKnlarirradnatn of Medicino and I'harniacy, from
ir'utib ?OUTHERN MEDICINAL BOOTS AND HERBS,
ami lu thorefore
j?-*- It completely neutralizes the peculiar HyphUitic
poiMtiti, and eradlcalca ovory partido of tho taint from
tbo cystum forever.
Aif This la not a rorneilv that MAY OUR*"*, huton?
that Di?Es and WIl,L CURE every caso without faUure,
wh'ii taken according to directions.
?_-- Ncltlur l8 it a romody lo bo trlod, but one that
lniH ijooii tried and thoroughly touted in some of the
very worst canea of r.ecoudary and tertiary SyphlUs,
and in every case It mario a complete cure, and gave the
sufferer a now leaso of Uto, health, utreugth, and happi
jftgp- It Is now being used and recommended In their
private practico by boh?o of the moat eminent physi
cians lu the United States.
A FEW RECOMMENDATIONS FROM PHYSICIAN
Drs. Dnggan, Barnen, and Klnfc, of Wilson, N. C,
certify "that LAWRENCE'B ANTI-8YPH1LITIO is an
ofllclont and valuable remedy, and that It h-s perform
ed remarkable eurea."
Dr. Blake, of Baltimore, Md., saya: "Your romody la
performing truly marvellous cu?ea In this city."
Dr. Smith, ol Now York, writes: "I havo fairly test
od your ANTI-SYPHILITIC In as bad cases as I could
Qnd lo the city, and in every instance it made a com
pleto and rapid euro. It really soenis to possess almost
MSf Wo could procuro numbers of certificates from
paUcnts, but of course delicacy would forbid thom from
signing thoir full names; but certificates are of small im
portance any how, as a fair trial will convinco tho moat
sceptical of tho real merita of tho Medicine.
READER, STOP ! PAUSE ! THINK !
Have you ever been affected with Syphilis In any of
its forms? If bo, do not run the fearful risk of entail
ing horrid diseases upon your ?children and children's
children to the third and fourth generations, but be
positively Huro to drive every veatlge of tho disease
from your system at once, by taking LAWRENCE'S
43*- It has been remarked by a celebrated medical
writer, "that If ByphUliand its eifeots could be stopped
half of the diseases that now afflict the human i-mily
MBf This valuable medicine la pleasant to tho taste,
has a delightful odor, and la not in the least Injurious,
JOST For sale by ali Lrugg-rt-, and
KING & CASSIDET,
NO. IS1 MEETING STREET,
Charleston. 8. O.
?9*-BEWARB OF IMITATIONS.-?!
B. Eating the "Egyptian Lotus," Tennyson'?
??Chora-tea" become nothing bntworthleaa loafers ;
he had given them Pehvxy's glorious Perfume from the
same beautiful flower, they would have become us-ru
and k-bsakt gentlemen, and their wives, ladies.
As Vi-NO-trr Wallace's Music to the ear; aa the
polished Parla a marble to the touch; as tho morning
star to the sight, bo is Pesnbt'b exquisite Perfume of
Egyptian Lotus to the smell.
Azx UK al beauty la aUlod to religion, even although
It only approaches the truth. It w-s this Instinct
that made the Hindoos wear the Egyptian Lorca In
their mythological proco?alone: but Penney, in his __.
uoious p-nvuME from that flower, baa surpassed the
Watttb-, undodbt-d-y, la the substratum of all; bul
man, by re fining on it, makes himself her absolute su
perior, aa witness, Rossini, in his manipulation of ocean,
forest and .bird muslo, and Penkey, in his Eotptx__
Th-b- is a great deal of cant about which la
beat, the useful or tho beautiful. That only Is tub bait
that uhit_s doth, as Penney has done in his Egyptiah
Mr-E?n_Au, the wonderful French Orator, when
dying, asked for the odor of flowers. If be waa living,
O, how eloquent would ha be over Pehnet's Eoyttia?
"__n-a f_ow_bj3, i_-8H.r_ow-_sl" cried the de*
Ughtfal Mrs. nomans. A distinguished Amorioan
Poetess has nearly finished a song on the perfection Of
tho Floral Kingdom, P_rk_y's Egyptian Lotus.
As Hshby Clay In oloqnonce; as Blondell In panting;
as Hart In sculpture; aa Bonnor in nowspaperdom; u
Spear In mining; aa Parham In North Paclflo railroad
ing, so America'a beautiful and refined women tay,
Penney la In his Egyptian Lotus.
KING & CASSIDET,
No. 151 Meeting street*
September 10 _
Maa M. QUINN,
Wholesale ?& Retail Dealer?
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, 1TO
o. -ST H ilf a-flTRE- T,
?X*_fVB,--33Sa'0_?T, S. O.
The late?* bum? of the *;resaalvMoi on hand.
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f traed by Mau or B-orena.