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TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1867.
Concerning th? liaising thc Brome Statue
to Chief Justice Marshall.
Wc are glad to eco yon, John Marshall, ?ny boy.
So fresh from tho chisel of Bogers !
Go take your stand ou tho Monument there,
Along with tue other old codgers:
With Washington, Jefferson. Hunty and such.
Wno sinned with a great transgression.
In their old-fashioned notions of Freedom and Bight,
And their hatred of wrong and oppression !
You come rather late to your pedestal. John,
For sooner you shouy hare been here;
For the volume you hold is no longer tho law.
And this is no longer Virginia.
The old Marshall-law you expoanded of yore.
Is now not at all to the purpose;
And tho martial-law of tho new Brigadier,
Is stronger thau habeas corpus.
So keep you the volume shut with care.
For thu days of the law aro over;
And it needs all your brass t9Y,e holding it there.
With "Justice" inscribed on the cover,
Could life awaken the limb of bronze
And blaze ia the burnished oye.
What would ye do with your moment of life, '
Ye men of thc days gone by t
Would yo chide us or pity us, blush or weep,
Ye men of the days gone by ?
Would Jeffjason tear up the scroll he holds,
That time Xus proven a lie ?
. And Marshall shut the volume of law
And lay it down with a sigh ?
- Would Mason roll up the Bill of Bights,
From a race unworthy to scan it ?
And Henry dash down tho eloquent sword,
And clang it against the granite ?
And Washington, seated in massy strength
?Cn the charger that paws the air.
Could he see his sons in their deep disgrace,
Would he ride so proudly there ?
He would get him down from his big brass horse
And cover his face at our Bhamo;
For the land or his birth is now "District Ono"
Virginia waa once the name !
BEBLIN, March C, 18G7_The Fourth of
March, a day of note in the American calendar,
bids fair to become such in the annals of Mod?
ern Germany. The greatest Minister of thc
age, Count BISMARCK, rose day before yester?
day in the Parliament and presented the new
Constitution for discussion and ratification by
that body. - He made a long and effective
speech, passing in rapid review the history of
i.he old German Empire, the events that led to
its decline and final dissolution, thc half cen?
tury that has since elapsed, adverting to the
leading features that were influential in tnould
_ ing its destiny, and by insensible degrees led to
the events that have resulted in the glorious
consummation now before the German peo?
ple. He seemed much moved by the gran?
deur of bis subject, and was throughout listen?
ed to with the utmost attention and admiration.
Count BISMARCK is not an orator, nor a fine de?
bater,- in the usual sense of that word. His
speeches show little trace of learning or literary
finish, but they possess a charm greater than
meretricious ornament or any other factitious
attraction. His utterances commend them?
selves by their earnestness. He strikes you as
strictly a man of business, slow and cautious in
maturing a plan, but bold and fearless in its
advocacy once he is convinced of its necessity
or expediency. And for these reasons, and
because of his undoubted patriotism, he is re?
spected by all, even his ultra Lib?ral opponents.
In his speech he referred to the address of
the King at the recent opening of the Parlia?
ment, in which his Majesty had spoken of all
- the difficulties that had been encountered be?
fore the approval of the allies (the several still
. nominally independent princes, dukes, grand
dukes and free cities of North Germany) had
been obtained; also to the further fact, stated
by the King, that it is necessary that the Con
- stitution must be ratified before the 18th day of
next August, on .which day the agreement of
the allies expires; the compact being provi
- atonal and only binding them for one year.
Count BISMARCK entreated the members to
bear in mind the great importance of their po
: sition, and the precarious conditions on which
depends the peace, welfare, and future pros?
perity, of their common country. Ile begged
them to waive, for the present at least, all
minor differences, and put their shoulders
to the .-great wheel of State, and cooperate
; heartily with the allies for the accomplishment
of the one great desire of the people:-the unity
of Germany. He promised them that just so
soon aa there was a reasonable degree of cer?
tainty that this Constitution would be adopted,
and the North German Confederation could be
looked upon as a fixed fact, the prayer of the
Southern States should be taken, into conside?
ration, and the entire German people be once
. more a political as well as an ethnological unit.
These plain and simple words produced a
visible impression upon nearly all present, and
. it was resolved that the draft of the Constitu?
tion be printed, when the Reichstag would al
once proceed to its consideration.
From the earnestness of the Premier's man?
ner, and from his reiterated deprecation of ob?
jections from the opposition, even an ignorant
auditor might have inferred that BISMARCK was
uneasy in regard to the fate of hisp?an ; and
this, in .fact,'is the case. Your readers anay
remember .that there was a-strong opposition '
in the Prussian'Chambers, before the late war,
to the government of BISMARCK ; that this op?
position embraced a majority of the ldw%r
house ; and that the government on several
occasions during the past four or five years,
turned these deputies out of doors, and shut up
the Chambers, because of- their contumacy.
The war and its brilliant results for Prussia,
have immeasurably increased thc power of
the crown, both physically and still more
morally. But the embers of opposition, though
covered and almost hid from view by the
smoke and ashes of battle, are still smoulder?
ing, ready to burst into'flame at the first possible
moment. This opposition of course receives
strong reinforcements from nearly every part
of the newly conquered territories, and not a
little also from ,the allied States. The latter
are zealous to preserve their independence ;
and a sharp and determined opposition is ex?
pected, especially against that part of the con
- stitution which only allows the Parliament to
vote the military appropriations once in ten
years ; thus materially diminishing the hold, a
Parliament should have upon the crown in a
I think, however, the Premier will be suc?
cessful. He is strong, earnest, wise and skill?
ful, while the members of the opposition are
not organized, and agree too little among them
. selves to offer any prospect of ?eing able to
cope" with the embattled host led by so consum?
mate a general as BISMARCK. I scarcely know
. ss yet to which side to give my sympathies.
My instinct is for German unity, and at the
same time for liberty. But these two appear
incompatible ct least for a period; and between
the two I think 1 shall have to throw the'moral
weight of my influence frito my friend BIS?
MARCK'S scale: especially as he is' most likely
to carry the day, and you know it is always
pleasant to be ou the winning, side.
The King gave the members of Parliament a
fine dinner on the day after the opening, and
.the deputies were clearly flattered by this at?
tention. The smiles of royalty still exercise a
potent charm, and even your staunch Republi?
can is not. altogether' proof against these in?
sinuating wiles. The Queen and Princes, we
are informed, conversed very freely with the
ultra-Radicals; men who a year ago would not
have dared to have shown their noses at the
court of the King's palace. The Crown' Prin?
cess, the eldest daughter of Queen VICTORIA,
? - who,-by the bye, speaks German as correctly
and fluently os though she had never lived be?
yond its boundaries, is reported to have laid
out all her suavity for the entertainment of the
Liberal Deputier. "Stich royal condescension
will "not remain unrewarded.
The King and his sons have continued these
te?tifities, and ns the nobility and courtiers
are ever ready to follow the slightest hint of
their royal master, all have vied to do honor
. to the democrats. A's an example to what de?
gree this complacency is carried just now, I
may mention that recently, when.- tho Crown
Prince was asked by s city to be its candidate
for Parliament, he dtciii?-?,'aod "recommended
instead FORKENBECK, tho Liberal President of
' Jh? House of Prussian Deputies. . .: 'it-J
': '.' . *;';.., . v-.':j!v- "?vl'-'X '^'"?W?" 't'?^.''?U--^i?-!**3?
*'"- Bulironrinore powerful means TbrT^?lcnhg'
opposition BISMARCK expects to find in form?
ing treaties with the South rn States, thus
abolish the line of the Maine, and present a
united Germany to thc people. In this, as your |
rcadors will doubtless remember, he is well
seconded by thc Primo Minister of Bavaria,
I'rince 11 oil KS LOU e, tho leading Statesman in
South Germany, who boldly advocates a de?
cidedly Prussian and anti-gallic policy. There
is, of course, a great deal of jealousy in t-ese |
Southern States of the supremacy of Prussia,
and all propositions for a more close alliance
with that kingdom have hitherto met with but
little favor. But facts and circumstances that
have lately come to light will, iu all probabili?
ty, soon chango the course of public opinion :
in fact have already done so. The recent pub?
lication of the French "Yellow Book" has
created a perfect storm of popular indignation,
for it has disclosed the fact, unknown before,
that the Governments of Bavaria, Wurtemberg
and Hesse, last year, during the war, implored
the aid ol* France against Prussia. This
was too much. The people of Bavaria
and Wurtemberg may not like to be- I
come Prussians, but it is certain . that
they -would infinitely prefer remaining
Germans to being made to eat frogs all
the remainder of their days. Tho publicaiiou
of this diplomatic correspondence has been of I
great assistance to Count BISMARCK and 'his
ally, Prince Hon ES LOU ts. The plenipotentia?
ries of the four Southern States, met in Stutt?
gart, and after two days deliberations closed
their conference, and as a result of their
action, a treaty will be offered to Prussia, pro?
posing an offensive aud defensive alliance, for j
the integrity of Germany. The removal of
thc Zollverein will doubtless be the next step,
and then the admission of deputies into the
Parliament will finally cons?mate the proposed
There have been rumors that the King of ?
Prussia is "i bc proclaimed Emperor of Ger?
many, but '.hey are without foundation in fact.
A two-year-old steer of WILLIAM NELSON, of I
Wales, Hampden County, Massachusetts, which
was recently killed, had two hearts enclosed in
separate apartments, with arteries running from
each. This is said to be the first instance of the
kind on record.
PHILADELPHIA-Per sc Crown Point-67,000 feet |
The Charleston Cotton lUarkci.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, 1
CHARLESTON, Monday Evening, April 8, 1867. (
Buyers and sellers having more generally come to 1
terms, the market was quito active, but had a declining
tendency, particularly at the close, under intelligence of
lower rates at LiverpooL Sales 460 bales, say 2 at 15,1
atl7, 2at 20, 3 at24, 20 at25, 22 at25??,139 at 26,12 at
26>4, 33 at 26M. 165 at 27, and 32 at 27J? cents. Wc
Low Middling..26 @26>ic
SAVANNAH. April 0_COTTON./-A moderate inquiry I
prevailed in the cotton market to-day, on the basis of
25>? cents for low middling and 27 cents for middling j
qualities, and between two and three hundred bales
wero sold at these prices.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, April 3.-COTTON-To-day the mar?
ket bas been dull and inactive from the opening to the I
close of business. The still more unfavorable character |
of the advices which came to hand from Liverpool, in
connection with the declining tendency of the New York
market, materially contributed to the general depression.
The supply was sufficient to meet ordinary requirements,
but the greater portion of the buyers were decidedly
averse to operating unless influenced to do so by more
liberal concessions on the part of holders than the latter
were disposed to grant. Hence the sales have been re?
stricted, amounting at tho close to barely 2200 bales-in?
cluding 1200 by one broker-at very irregular but lower
prices, tho market closing too unsettled ta admit of
I detlnite quotations, , which we accordingly pretermit.' Six
brokers participated, in the business. The demand at
present seems to be confined to the higher descriptions,
which are rather scarce in the market,
O >I TON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand September 1st, 1866.bales... .102,082
i Received to-day. 273
Stock on hand.180,376 j
The clearances comprise 3437 -bales for Liverpool,
150 for Vera Cruz.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES-Only a few hogsheads of Sugar I
have been received since yesterday; no Molasses. Tho
offerings of Louisiana Sugar are quite fair, but the mar?
ket is very nearly bare of Molasses. The demand is only
in a jobbing way, however, and is being supplied by deal?
ers. We quote low-fair Sugar at 12K ct?; Btrictly prime
i:i>ic per lb; fermenting Molasses, GOaGSc per gal; prime
Soc. About 230 hhds Cuba Molasses, .the hair of a cargo,
sold on private terms. It is quoted by the cargo ot 66a
any.c, and in smaller lots at 6Uc . . . r
COON-The demand is active and prices have advanced
2%a5c 9 bushel. Tho eales to-day embraced fully 20,
000 tacks, of which 700 ordinary mixed at $116; 600 and
1000 yellow mixed at $1 17?; 750 white,. 1600 yellow 1
mixed, 3500 white mixed, 2500 white, and 4600 white [
mixed and mixed, at $1 20; 1600 white "at SI 22 >i ; 1067
white at II 21; 1500 and 1000 do. at 91.26 9 bushel.
OATS-Are in active demand.
FREIGHTS-The market is quiet, but steady and firm.
The rates are 9-16d. ?t Ss .for cotton by sail tor Liver
pool. 13-1 Cc for Havre, ld. 9 Hs for cotton by steam to j
Liverpool, Kc. by steam for New York, and '?5'"*)' Mid.
for tobacco. The rate by sail for Boston is %c for cot.
ton. '*' .
Consignees per. Sooth Paroling- Railroad,,
258 bales Cotton, 33 bales Mdse, 7 bbls Spirits Turpen?
tine, 33 bbls Rosin, 15 bags Bice. 3 cars Old Iron, 2 cars
Wood. 1 car Lumber, ic. To Gt W Williams A- Co," J B E
Sloan. G W Witte, W C Courtney St Co, E H Rodgers ir
Co, W W Smith, Thurston & Holmes, R B Agent, Dr W
C Horlbeck, R Mure & Co, M Goldsmith & Son, Courte?
nay ii Trenhohn, J Walker, A Robinson & Co, J B Bis?
sen, G E Pritchctt, Porcher & Henry, H L Jeffers & Co,
Per steamer Kate, from Palatka, Jacksonville, Fer- |
mmdinn, via Savannah-J W Harvey, S T Weeks and
lady, Mrs Dempressey, E S Young, C L Murdock, F An
drewes, C TBenton. E M Richarde, S L Shannon, D E ;
Bostwick, J Rowe, B C Mitchell, S Hinton, D Norris, S R
Bradley, J Ciernan, J Brown, H Reynolds, J McIntyre, R
B Fairchild, L E May, and 12 deck. .
Per steamer Eliza Hancox, from Savannah, via Beaufort
and Hilton Head-A Owens, J. Doggett and lady, Dr Tin- -
dale and lady, L C Garwood and lady, H T Peck, JUL
Peck. L Newman, B Dill, J Hall. G W Seward and lady,
G Robinson, Capt Hughes, D S N, W Deming, E McNeal,
A McC Bishop, tJ S N, M J Greelish, A Tuck and lady, W
A Chaplin, S Bich, Miss Hamilton, Miss Ritchie, K K
. Collins, lady and 2 children, J J Dale, JE Bingham, 3 L
Barnwell, G Miser.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C- A Ervin,
A F Ellis, T Rhodes, J Devine, Mrs Ford. ?
PRASES OF THE MOON.
New M 4th, 40. 44m. even I Full M. 18th, Sh. 46m. even !
First Q. 11th, 2h. 49m. morn | Last Q. 26th, Sh. 41m. even
PORT OF CHARLESTON .
Sehr Adiel. Davis, Middleton, N C. 1850 bushels Corn.
To R M Butler.
Steamer Kate. F Peck, Palatka, Jacksonville, Fernan?
dina and Savannah. Mdze. To J Mahoney, Jr, Boper I
& Stoney, J A Baslow St Co, G H In graham & Co, 3 ;W ;
Harvey, and others.
steamer Eliza Hancox, Richardson, Savannah, Via
Beaufort and Hilton Bead. 14 hales S I Cotton, Ste
To Ferguson & Holmes, B W McTureous, Boper * Sto?
ney, Ravener & Co, A Cabale.
Steamer Emilie, Davis, Georgetown, SC. 67 tierces
Rice, and Sundries. To W W Shackclford, Eaaon & Bro,
Thurston & Holmes, Gadsden tc Hasell, 3 F O'Neill &
Son, and others.
Sehr Crown Point, Severn, Philadelphia-C N Averill Sc
Sehr R K Vaughan, Howell, Philadelphia, via Bucksville,
S C-Risley & Creighton.
Went to Seat Sunday.
Sehr Crown Point, Severn, Philadelphia.
.LIST OF VESSELS
UP, PL"6,AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Ship Amelia, Conner, to sail...................March 16
Ship Missouri. Edward, sailed.......Feb 13
Br bark The Queen; Stuart, stiled:..-March 1
Brem barvEve?asd Denna, nonnhottz, sailed.; . .Feb 27
The Effort, Hussey, sailed.Feb 1
Tho Blanch, Campbell, cleared...Feb 12
Brig Depesche, Lubke, sailed...... i,.?. .?W .Feb 15
Brig Albert, Erricksen, Bailed.....Jan 22 |
The A?en, Marteu, saflod...Feb 6 |
:?>'. i M .. i ; DOMESTIC.
Sehr Willie Mowe, Hilton, cleared. .March 25
Sehr Mary ER?; Thomas, cleared.-.'.'.-:.::.... : .March 29
Sehr P H Wheaton, Ireland, up.April ?
Sehr Jos Long, Perry, cleared..................March 30
- ''- ."WWYoa?V'-:*J- '? i 's. l'a?; "
Ship Galena, Dunton, np.....April 2 !
Brig Auston, Sawyer, cleared._March 30
Sehrt 8 Davis, Bishop, ?p.v....-..-.v,...? J..: .-.April 8 I
8chr Harry Landen, Weiden, up......April 3
Sehr W F etching, Cook, up......:.;...April 6
Sehr Sarah Bruen, Crawford, at Philadelphia, March 22
?ohr Davidy Streaker, Van Glider, cleared.....March,30
Behr O W Ewell Lons?, up. '...?.;,J0 = . . .ItarehSO
Sehr L H Hopkins, Boper, Baltimore, cleared.... April 5
Sehr3 W Rumsey, Cranmer, np....'?.Wm^.', ;y?prfl? 2
Sehr E J Palmer, Palmer, cleared..April 8
Or jTemale JlegultUor,
Cure Su2>prttstd, Recessive and
Painful Menstruation, Orten
Sickness, JVervotie and Sjitnal Af?
fections. Paine tn thc Eack, Sick
Jleaduche, Uiddmess, ind all dis?
eases that spring fron', irregularity,
by removing tho causo and all the
euects that arlso from it. They
aro perfectly safo in ell coses, ex?
cept -when, forbidden by dlree
. tions, and are easy to aduituistor,
as they aro nicely sugar coated.
They should bc in toe hands of
i every Maiden, Wife, and Mother
' in the land.
Ladles can nddans* us in perfect
confidence, nnd wale their com?
plaints in full, ns wo treat all Female Complaints,
ami preparo Medicine? suitable for all diseases to
which they ar? subject-Thirty-two page pamphlet,
in a souled onvUlope, free.
Tho Cherokee rills sro sold by all druggists st Jl
per box, or six boxes for (3 ; or they aro sent bv
niail, freo of postage, in un ordinary letter, freo
from observation, by addressing the sole propriety
Dr. W. E. MERWIN, 37 Walker 8t., N. T.
N. B.-Cherokee Pills No. 2 aro prepared for
tp.-cittl cases, when milder medicines fail ; thtwa
are sont by mail, free of postage, on receipt of 15,
Ult prtco cf each boa.
Or, Essence of BA it.
Cures General Dcbttily. Weak
Wyy "neus. Hyst?ries in Jemales,
Palpitation of the Heart and
oil Nervous Diseases. It re?
stores new lifo and vigor to tho
aced, causing tim hot blood of
"As tte Fhenlx rises Vonth to cniirso tho veins, rcs
?? tah m Organ, of Velera
new Ufe"-so does twn,removing Im potency and
this Elixir rejuven- Debility, restoring Manliness
ate the system and and full vigor, thus proving a
overcome disease perfect ? Elixir of Love? re?
moving Sterility nnd Barrenness in both sexes. To
tho young, mlddle-age'l, "n<l aged, thero ls no greater
boon than this .' Elixir of Lifo." It give? s now
lease of lifo, causing tho weak and debilitated to
have renewed strength and vip r, and tho entire
system to thrill with joy and pleasure.
Price, one bottle $2; three bottles $5; sent hy
express to any address.
Oar medicines aro sold and recommended by all
respectable druggists in every part of the civilized
globe ; some unprincipled dealers, however, try to
doccivo their customers hy selling cheap and worth?
less compounds in order to mako money. Bo not
deceived-ask for these medicines ?nd take no
others. If the druggist does not keep them, writo
to us, and we will send them byexpress, carefully
packed, free from observation. We will be pleased
to receive letters with full statements in regard to
any disease with which ladles or gentlomon are
afflicted Address all letters for medicines, pamph?
lets, or advice, to the sole proprietor, _ A
Br W. E. MERWIN, 37 WalkeT St.,"N. TV
May 26 mwf ly
"A smile was on har lip-health wu in ber look
strength was In har step, and in her hands-Pt,ANTI.
A fow bottles of I'IASIAHOS Brr ns
Will cure Nervous Headache.
.' Cold Extremities and Feverish Lip,,
" Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
?? Nervous Affections.
.' Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Eyes.
" Mental Despondency.
" Prostration; Great Weakness.
.? Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Ac
Which are the evidences of
LIVES COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
secretions ot the liver overflowing into the stomach poi?
son the on tiro system sud exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we aro able to present tho most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have take? the
PLANTATION Brrrsns, and not an instance of complaint
has ooma to our knowledge I '
It ls a most effectual tonio and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of Ufe.
The reports that lt reUes upon mineral substances for
Its active properties, are wholly false. For the satis?
faction of the public, and that patients may consult
their physicians, we append a llst.of ils components.
CAUSATA; BABK.-Celebrated tor nvor two hundred
years in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc It was Introduced into Europe by th?
Countess, wife of the Viceroy ot Peru, in 1640, and
afterwards sold by the Jesuits for the enormous price ol
its own weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Pow?
ders, and was finally mode public by Louis XVI. King
of France. Humboldt makes especial reference to its
febrifuge qualities during bia South American travels.
CASOAUtnLA BAUE-For dKrrheeo, colic and disease*
cd the stomach and bowels.
DANDELION-For inflammation of the loins and drop
UHIMOMILH FLOITOH-For enfeebled digestion.
LA VENDEB FLOWKBS-Aromatic, stimulant and tonic
highly invigorating In nervous debility.
WismujBKEN-For scrofula, rheumatism, etc
ANISE-An aromatic carminative; creating flesh,
muscio and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake'
Another wonderful ingr?dient, of great UBS among
the Spanish ladles of South America, Imparting beauty
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, ls yet un?
known to me oom maree of the world, and we withhold
Its name tot the present.
IMPOST ANT CERTIFICATES.
BooHCSTZn, N. Y , Decerubor 28,1861.
Messrs. P. H. DJBAEB & Co.-I have boen a great suf?
ferer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had to
abandon my. profession. About three months apo I
tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great joy ian
now nearly a well man. I have reconiinandsd them in
several eases, and, as far as I know, always with signal
benefit. I am, respectfully yours, ; v .
Rev. J. 8. OATHOBN.
Prm.Ar.KX.PHTA, 10th Month, 17th Day, 1862.
BBWCB? Farcies:-Hy daughter has bees much
bensntted by the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
' wilt send rh? two bottles tuon. ;'. xl.
Thy friend, . ASA CU BEIN.
SKKBMAN HOUSE. CHICAGO, Bl., I
February ll, 1863. }
MKSSSS. P. H. Dnaxa A Co. :-Pl -ase, Head us another
twelve cases of your Plantation Bloors. As a morning!
armetlzer, they armear to nave superseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, ste, GAGE A WATTE
Arrangements are now complet od to supply any de?
mand for this ?rdele, which has net heretofore been
The public may rest assured that In no case will the
perfectly pure standard ol the PLANTATION BrriKBS be
departed from. Every bottle bears the facsimile of our
signature en a steel- plate engraving, or it cannot be gen?
Any person pretending to sell PLANTATION BrrrEBS tn
brille or by the gallon, is a swindler and imposter. JSenare
of refilled bottles. See that our Private Stamp is Oturs
TTLATKTJ oro every cork, ' . ' ,
gold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers tbroughont
P. H. DRAKE & CO.. New York.
Anril Vi mwf I VT
OLD BIP VAN WINKLE GIN,
GOLD MEDAL S HERBY,
POBT AND MADEIRA,
HARVEST BOURBON, *
OLD HOMESTEAD RYE.
?N ADDITION TO OUR BUSINESS OF SELLING
-WINES, etc, in original packages, and in order to
insure to consumers Pure Liquors in a compact and con?
venient form, we commenced the enterprise of bottling
and packing in cases our weU known Wines, Brandies,
Whiski PB, &c. and have Beat them ont in a style that
would preclude the possibility of their being tampered
with before reaching the purchaser. The general appre?
ciation and gratifying success that has rewarded our
efforts has encouraged us to maintain the standard as re?
gards quality, also to make increased efforts to retain the
confidence sud patronage which has boen so liberally be?
stowed upon ns. \ BININGER A CO..
[EstabUHhnd 1778*1 i J Importers ot Wines. Ac,
! No. 16 Beaver street, New York.
The above popular goods are pct up in cases contain- j
lng one dozen potties each, and ar? sold by aU prominent
Druggists, Grocers, Ac. :?'??} 1
. Opinions of Hie Press.
The nome of Bininger A Co., No. 15 Beaver Btrcet, is a I
guarantee of the exact and Utera! truth of whatever they
represent;-A". T. Com. Advertiser.
The importing house of Bininger St Co., No. 16 Beaver
street, is conducted upon principles of integrity, fairness
and the highest honor.-ir. y. Evening Express.
GOODRICH, W?NEMAN & CO..
No. 163 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hot
'v ~ ' and '
BOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KING o? CASSIDEY,
No. 161 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
January 30_ wfmtunos
F. M. BURDELL,
TT7TLL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PURCHA8E
W and sale of MERCHANDISE OF ALL KINDS.
Office at the comer of BROAD AND EAST BAY
STREETS, In basement of State ..Bank, where samples |
may'be tsocn. i : ^ .*....- ...
Rjtyjtaj?KJJCB-Mr. C. M. Forman, Mr. Theodore J>.
Wagner, Mesara. John Fraser A Co., Messrs. Mordecai A
Co., Messrs. W. -C. Imitas tt Co., Messrs. Gourdin,
Matthlessen ft Co., Charleston, S. C.
i October 2?_ ;.. wftnCmo
IB AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
! Merchants sad businesa mec'try it for af sw months.
"No risi no gain." Send on your cards and Increase
vom- trade this fnIL There's nothing to oona! Prmtei"a
Ink-it has made many a fortune.
? Terms for the- paper-(3 per annum, in advance.
.'Adrerttoacientii inserted at the rate of 91 per square ot
twelve fines or less for each inser?on.
Carde of ten linos or lees, at tho ratr of $10 for throe
BOUUUSS.*: ' f ? .V V^'; ,: . t..'.. . ^'i. ...
Contracts by the year or for six monthi. nUowing prlv
liege of cixnglng, on mons in vorabio term a. Addrou
" w ;.: EDWARD A. BRONSON. .
.WoreuuxtIv . ? "F^bhsn-t?nac-reprietorj
OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG STORE
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(I.ATE PIIIN dc DOUN)
WHOLESALE AP RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Tliird.. dooi* above Market,
HAVE EAT ELT RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS TO
th,'ir usual Htock of puro und fresh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
TOILET POWDER 5
Compi laing invoices from the most reputable manu?
facturers. On band, all tbe principal
Including Preparations of AYER^tJAYNE, HALL. CHEY
: ALLER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, tte. Also, a
I large assortment of
i SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great a ti cn li on ls paid to thu importation and selec?
PURE AIND FRESH DRUGS,
I and none other arc allowed to go out of tho Establish
with accuracy, and the publif* can
depend on the utmost reliability in
the execution of orders. -
E. H.KELLERS, M.D.ll. DAER, M.D.
TUS SCOOT rsrraovBO
GRAND AND SQUARE
Pull Iron Frame and Overstrung Bast.
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
IV West lloaston-streat. Ho. 1
NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORE,
pug UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRMO
JL KRAUSHAAR & CO., are practical Plano nuken
sad as auch have had a large experience in connectioi
.?Ith some o. th- best Establishments in thia countx;
sid Europe. Their llanos are made not merely Ic I
ta em, but ty them, ai d under their immediate person* I
supervision, ai..: they allow no instruments to leave th??
ficto ry ant r ?56 Into the hands ot their patrons, unten
tte y have a power, evenness, firmness and roundness o
time, an elasticity of touch-without which no instit!'
nent ought to bo satisfactory to the public-os wrll s
tast durability in construction, which enables it to r?
nain in tu . sud to withstand sudden changea of ten
?eratnre and exposure to extreme neat sud cold, whtel
are sometime? unavoidable.
They will at all times be happy to see the prof?salo
and the public st their Warerooms, and invite compati
son between their own Pianos and thora ol any otb*]
ANTON KHAUHHAAB..TOEIAS HAY?
CHARLES J, SOHONKMANN.
NOTICE TO SAILORS OK IMMIGRANTS,
HOTEL OE BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL,
N ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ACT OF
the Legislature, passed the 20tn day of December,
1UCC. all persons concerned aro hereby nooned to call at j
this Onice and take out the required license immediately. '
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
j AK ACT von THE nETTKB PROTECTION OF SEAMES AHI>
^IMMIGRANTS IK THE PORT AND HARBOR OF CHARLES'
L lie il enacted, by tAe Senate and. Hov te cf Sepretenta
tives, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the
i authority of the same. That it shall not be lawful for any
person, except a pilot or public officer, to board or at?
tempt to board a vessel arriving in the port or harbor of
' Charleston, before such vessel shall have been made fast
to the wharf, without first obtaining 1 eave from the l
i ter or parson having charge of such vessel, er from her
I owner or agents. . ..
Tl it shall not be lawful for any owner, agent, master,
I or other person haviug charge of any vessel arriving or
being in the port of charleston, io permit or authorize
any sailors, hotel or boarding house keeper, not licensed
os hereinafter provided, or any agent, runner or em?
ployee of any sailor's or immigrant s hotel or boarding
house, to board, or attempt to boord, any vessel arriving
iu, or lying, or i eing In the harbor or port ot Charleston,
bet?re SUCH vessel shall have been made hist to the wharf,
or anchored, with intent to invite, ask or solicit the
boarding of any of the crew employed on such vessel.
Tri it shall not be lawful for any sailor's or immi?
grant's hotel or boarding house keeper, or the employee
of Any sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding house
keeper, having boarded any vessel made Gut to any wharf I
in the port ot Charleston, to neglect or refuse to leave
said vessel, after having been ordered so to do by the
master or person having charge of such veseeL
IY. It shall not be lawful for any person to keep, con?
duct or cany on, either as owner, proprietor, agent or
otherwise, any sailor's or immigrant's - boarding bouse,
or sailor'u or immigrant's hotel, in the city of Charleston,
without having a license from the City Council thereof,
Y. It shall not be lawful tor any person, not having the |
license in thi? Art nm\Hii.\iV ny uni ?v.ing tbe regular
agent, runner or employee of a person having such li- [
cense, to invite, ask or solicit in the dry or harbor of
Charleston, the boarding or lodging of any of the crew
employed on any vessel, or of any immigrant arriving in
the said city of Charleston.
VT. The City Council shall take the application of any
person applying for a license to keep a Bailors' or immi?
grant's boarding boase, or sailor's or immigrant's hotel,
in the city ot Charleston, and upon satisfactory evidence
to them of tho respectability and competency of such ap?
plicant, and of the suitableness of his accommodations,
shall issue to him a license, which shall be good .for'one
year, unless sooner revoked by said City Council, to
keep a sailor's or immigrant's boarding house in the city J
ot Charleston, and to invite and solicit boarders for the
VU. The City Council may, upon satisfactory evidence
of the disorderly character of any sailors' or immigrants*
hotel or boarding house, lisensed as hereinbefore pro?
vided, or of the keeper or proprietor of any snell house,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, in in?
viting or. BOUciting boarders or lodgers for such-house,
on the part of such keeper ox proprietor, or any of his
agents, runners, or employees, or of any attempt to per?
suade or entice any of the crew to desert i rom any vessel
in the harbor of Charleston, by such keeper' br proprie?
tor, or any "of his agents, runners or employees, revoke
the Uceflseior keeping such house.
YUL Every person receiving the license hereinbefore
provided for shall pay to thc City Souncil aforesaid the
sum of twenty dollars.
IX. The said City Council shall furnish to each sailor's
or immigrant's hotel or boarding house keeper, licensed
by them as aforesaid, one or more badges or shields, on
which shall be printed or engraved the name of such
hotel or boarding house keeper, and the number and
street of his hotel ar boarding house; and which said j
badges or shields shall be surrendered to said City Coun?
cil upon the revocation by them, or expiration of any
license granted by them, as herein provided.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding?
house keeper, and every agent, runner or employee of
such hotel or boarding-house keeper, wheo bearding any
vessel in the harbor of Charleston, or v?hen inviting or
soliciting the boarding or lodging of any seaman, sailor
or person employed on any vessel, or of any Immigrant,
alial! wear, conspicuously displayed, the shield or badge
referred to in the foregoing section.
XL It shall not be lawful far any person, except those
named in the preceding section, to Lave, wear, exhibitor
display any such shield or badge to any of the crew em?
ployed on any vessel, or to any immigrant so arriving in
the city of Charleston, with the intent to invite, ask br
solicit the boarding or lodging of such immigrant or ot
any of the crew employed os any vessel being in the
harbor of Charleston. I
XTT Whoever shall offend against any or either of the
provisions contained in section 1, 2,3,4, 6,10 and ll, in
this Act, shall be deemed guilty ol a misdemeanor, and
?hali; upon conviction thereof, be punished by imprison- j
mont for a term not exceeding one year, and not less I
than thirty days, or by a fine not exceeding, two hundred !
and fifty dollars, and not less than one hundred dollara,
or by both such nae and imprisonment ""fi.-? :
. XUL The word "vessel," as used in this Act, shall in- |
elude vessels propelled by steam.
Tn the Senaie House, the twentieth day of ..leeembtr, in j
the year of our Lord ono thousand eight ) Badged and
sixty-six. W. D. a ' ?RTEB,
? ' President of the Senate.'
CHAS. H 8LMONTON, :
Speaker House of Representatives.
Approved December 20,1866 :
JAKES L. ORB, Governor,
March M - _
THE AIKEN PRESS
IT IS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH IN THE TOWN OF |
Aiken, B. C., a Weekly paper under the above title,
to be devoted to General Intelligence-Political. Com?
mercial, Social, Literary, and Religious-with a Depart?
ment of Agriculture, Including tho Field, the Orchard,
the Vineyard, and the Garden. A News Summary, to
contain a digest of the important events of the week,
vdu occupy ap ?tiou of the paper, and particular atten?
tion will be given to the unsettled question of Labor, aa
best adapted to our new condition, and the development
of the resources of the country in Manufactures, Agri?
culture, Fruit-raising, and Vine-growing.
Term?-*3 a year, in advance. _
^ ' J * - H. W. RAVEN EL, Editor.
Wf. D. K"* y*-""!). Pnbhehor. . ._January M
THE HERALD., J
?S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. H., AT
$3 per annum,, and,, having a large 'circulation
through all the upper and lower District? of the State. |
affords great advantages to advertisers.
Katoa for advertising very reasonable-tor which apply
to orar Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, *t the Mills Hon se. I
THOS. F. * B. H. SRENEKEB, ;
HiwmeerU . ' 'Hotter*anoaropffetor..'
UAVEGA, YOUNG & Mo KENSL?i,
Lil AHD .COLLECTIOU
Nos. 39 sud 40 Fatfk Row. j
ISAAC DA VEG A, .?
GEORGS B. YOUNO, J HEW YOBS.
eZBABD Zs. MoKSNZlH,}
5 !" AVIfW SOOOEBKKD TO THF TORSION COLLO.
Hi TIOM BUSINESS OT Kew.;. SIRNEY, PBJ??
?ita* FLANDERS, we will attend to the colleoUoo cs
pac* dna sad tuettring claims throughout theUnlM
? iBasa-IHTllil'flfi -' " ??' *??' ''r-' vi";*:. !
ooMMiBsroatsa TOM JAZ nz? ?su ras,
? -vt. :,...' : j
;..: . *. - ..'-;>'.:...? - - , iiW.,-ri;- 1
CU ICK BR INC St SONS,
NO. 652 BROADWAY
CHICKENING & SONS'
Clraud, Square aud Upright
A BE NOW, AS THEY EVES HAYE BEEN, OON
ii4 'SlDEiiED the beat tu America, having been
SI?T?-m'E F III ZK IIKOALS,
Of which fourteen were received in the mouthe of Sep?
tember and October, 1B65, and first premiums over all
competitors at the ?lift?rent principal Fairs In thia
country, and the PRIZE MEDAL at the
WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON.
TUA Lil* HG S OP1SIOH.
I consider Ohlckerlng A Sons' Pianos, beyond com?
parison, the best I bave seen in America.
Chairman of Jury on Musical Instrnnionts.
It is with feelings of pride as American manufacturare
that we publish the following testimonials, whioh have
been received oy us recently :
Received during the month of August, 18S6.
LONDON, July 25, 186?.
Meetus. OBXOKXBIKO A BOMS-Gents: I have much
pleasure lu enclosing a document signed by the first
composers, musicians and professors in Europe. I held
your Pianos ia such high estimation (side my certifi?
cate) that I felt it my duty to take ono of them with me
to Europe, to ascertain the opinion of my professional
brethren. Tho enclosed certificate will prove how
unanimous they have been on tho subject. I beg to
forward, at the same time, a letter I received from my
friend, Mr. Collard, whioh I am sure must be gratify
ins to yon. ,
. I nave the honor to be, gentlemen, yours very truly,
JAMES SI. WEH H.
LONDON, January 14,1SG6.
James M. Wchli, Esq. :
Mr DRAB SIB: I have great pleasure in asking you to
convey to Messrs. Chlekeiing tho expre si?n of my
highest approval of their Instrument. It is. I consider,
not merely the best instrument of American manufac?
ture that I have tried, but one of the finest Grand Piano?
fortes that has ever come under my coservation; and I
the Messrs. Chiokering may well be proud of haying
turned out from their manufactory an instrument
which, for touch, quality, power and workmanship, lt
would be very difficult to surpass In any part of the
Sear slr, very sincerely yours,
CHAS. D. COLLARD.
Firm of Collard A Collard, Piano-forte Manufacturers,
LONDON, August 22, 1868.
James M. Wchli, Esq. .
MT Dum SIB: Aa you aro going back to the United
States. I must beg you to remember me kindly to the
Messrs. Chlckoriug. Tell them I was delighted with
their Grand Piano-forte-os good an instrwnent, I think
as mu ever turnea out, both in touch andier :
Wishing you, Ac, I remain over ti air,
H. F. BROSLDWOOD,
Firm of L Broadwood St Bona, Flanc-forte Manufac?
LONDON, July 20, 18C6.
Messrs. Chickering <f Sons:
tjEirrs: I have last been invited by Messrs. Collard to
try a Grand Piano-forte manufactured by yon, and I.
have no hesitation in endorsing the opinion ol my old
friend, Mr. O. D. Collard, vis: That lt is the flo oat in?
strument I ever played on.
Believe me, gentlemen, most faithfully yours,
J. L. HATTON.
Testimonials from the most distinguished Artists in Europe
te Messrs. Chickering di Sons:
. LONDON, July ft, 1866.
Having played upon a Piano-forte made by Messrs.
O bickering A Sons, of Boston and New York, I have
m?vw pi?oa?xo in testifying to ila general excellence.
For sweetness and brilliancy of tone, delicacy of
touch and magnificent power for concert purposes,]
consider lt a really GRAND PIANO-PO UT E. AND DKOIDKD
LT THU BKKT 1 HAVE SEEN OF AiOHIOAN MANOTAOTUBX.
A RA BELLA GODDARD. GI li LO REGONDL
G. A. OSBORNE ALFRED JAELL.
W. ECHE. LINDSAY SLOPER.
JULES BENEDICT. J. MOSOHKLES,
M. W. BALFE Prof. of Conservatoire dc
OHAS. HALLE. Leipzig.
BRINLEY RICHARDS. a AUTHUR CH APPEL,
RENE FA VARO ER. Director of Monday Con
SYDNEY SMITH. certs, London.
Among the chief points of excellence of the Chicker?
ing Pianos, of which speak the renowned artists in their
congratulatory testimonials to the Messrs. Chickering,
are the greatest possible depth, richness and volume of
tone,-combined with a rare brilliancy, dearness and
perfect evenness throughout the entire scale; and,
above all, a surprising duration of sound, the pure and
sympathetic quality of which never changes under the
most delicate or powerful touch.
During the past forty-three years this firm has manu
30,000 X>LAJSi OS,
In the construction of which they have introduced every
known and valuable improvement. They have invaria?
bly been selected and used by all of the world's ac?
knowledged great artists who have visited this country
professionally, both for private and publia ase.
Til ALB Kit G.
I consider Chickering A Sons' Pianos, beyond com?
parison, the best I have ever seen in America.
I consider Chickering A Sons' Pianos superior to any
in the world..
They are unrivalled for their singing quail ties and for
the harmonious roundness of their tone. There ls a
perfect homogeneity throughout all the registers. The
upper notes are remarkable tor a clearness and purity
which I do not find ia any other instrument, while the
base is distinguished for power without harshness, and
for a magnificent sonority.
Your Pianos are superior to any I have ever seen In
this country or in Europe.
I have never hoard a tone so perfect; lt yields every
expression that ls needed In music, and its quality ia
capable of change to meet avery sentiment. This ls a
rare power, and is derived from the perfect parity af
its tone, together with its sympathetic, elastic and well
During the past eight years I have constantly played
upon th? justly celebrated Erard Pianos; yours are the
only instruments that I have found, either here or in
Europe, to equal them in all their pointe of excellence.
It may La satisfactory to oar patrons and friends
among toe public at largo to state that testimonials have
been received from all the leading artists who have
visited 07 are now residing in the United Btatec, a few ol
whose names, besides those above, we append:
LEO. DB MJCYER. G ?BT AV SATTER.
ALFRED JAEL. - J. BENEDICT.
H. I-ANDERSON. M. BTKAKO80H.
R. HOFFMAN. - . JULLDZX.
And many others. .
-AA* ILLUSTRATED ALBUMS AND PRIOR LISTS
SENT BY MAIL/ ' -------
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N" E'/W> : Y ORK.
HENRY SIEGLN?, Wt
GHAttL*E?TON? S. Cl
D RUGS, C H E WI ?V ?IS , E t C.
HORSE IND CATTLE POWDERS.
This preparation, long
and favorably known,
will thoroughly reinvigo?
rate broken down and
low-Bi)iritod horse?, by
cleansing tho stomach
lt is a sure preventive
of all diseases lneidmit
to this animal, sueh us
tXTSa FEVER. GLAND?
ERS. YELLOW WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS. DIS?
TEMPER. I-'EVEKS. "
FOUNDER. LOSS OE
APPETITE AND VI
TAL EN ERO Y, Sic.
ITS USE IMPBOVES
THE W IND. IN
CREASES THE AP?
PETITE-G I V 12 s A
SMOOTH and O LOS?
SY SEIN-and Imus,
forms thc MISERA?
INTO A FINE LOOK?
ING AND SPIRITED HORSE
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION IS
INVALUABLE. It la?
creases tho quaotlty
?nd improves tho quali?
ty of the MILK. It
lias been proven hy ac?
tual experiment to lu
crcasi) tho quantity ol
MILK and C REAM
twenty per cent., encl
make the BUTT K It
(Inn and ?weet. In fat
?- toiling cattle, it g i v o s
- -, -_ them au appetite, loos?
ens their l?de, and makes thom thrive much faster.
TN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH AS COUGHS,
ULLI ERS IN TUE
LUNGS. LIVER. A.c.,
this article acts as a
specific. By putting
from one-half a paper
to a paper iu a barrel
of swill the above dis?
eases will be eradica?
ted or entirely prc
vented. If given in " -m j u_ -,_.
time, a certain preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
S. A. FOUTZ& BRO.,
No. Il? PRA IV1TT.IV a T> ?? v> i
.FOR SALE BY
DOWIE & MOISE,
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
March 23_ stuthGmo
THIS DELICIOUS TONIC, ESPEOLALLY DESIGNED
for the use of the
Medical Profession and the Family,
is now endorsed by all thc promine-it Physicians, Chem?
ist? and Connoisseurs, as possessing all those intrinsic
medicina] qualities (tome and diuretic) which belong to
OLD AND PURE GIN.
We trust that our established reputation-founded
upon eighty-eight years of experience-abundantly vin?
dicates our claims to public confidence, and guaran?
tees the excellence of this Standard Article.
Put up in coses containing one dozen bottles each, sud
sold by all prominent Druggists, Grocers, Ac.
A. M. BIN INGER A CO,
[Established 1778.] Sole Importers,
No. 15 Beaver street. New York.
Opinions of tuc Press.
The Biningers, No. 15 Beaver street, have a very higi.
reputation to sustain, as the oldest and best house tn
New York.-Home Journal.
The house of A. M. Bininger & Co., No. 13 Beaver
street, has sustained, for a period of eighty- jvars, a repu?
tation that may well be envied.-A*. F. Evening Pott.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
NO. 153 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
DOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KINO ? CASSLDEY.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, 8. 0.
January 29 . tilths timo
"EXCELSIOR" MW WATER.
rjTHE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED IO
JL be unequalled by that of any other in the far-famed
valley of Saratoga- Ita virtues oro such as have secured
it the high encomiums of all who have used it, possess?
ing, as it does, in an eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterative sud tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D., Professor
Practice of Physic, Jefferson Medical' College. Philis,
delphi?, formerly of Charleston. S. C. :
PHXL&DEXFHXA, November 15,180.1.
1 havo been for a year or moro past in the habit ol
taking the water of tho "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during the great portion of my invalid ide
to use the different waters of the several fountains which
boil up along that remarkable voUey, dependent, indeed,
upon them tor snucb of the comfort I eijoy, I am satis?
fied that the Excelsior Water is as well adapted as any
other among them, if not more so, to the purposesfor
which they are generally employed. It is very agreeable,
strongly impregnated with the carbonic acid, lively mid
sparkling. * * * I can heartily and conscientiously
recommend it to all who need a "gentle cathartic and
diuretic, SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D.
The Water is put up in Pint and Quart bottles, and
packed in good order for ski pomp;, Pints in boxe, ot
four dozen each, and Quarts in boxes of two dozen each.
SOLD AT WHOLESALE BY
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL
JU VJ. VT Ut. MVlpll,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Oppesite Charleston Hotel
And for sale by first class Druggists and Hotels.
January 12 6mo
SUFFER NO MORE S
When by tho use of DR. JOINVTLLE'S ELIXIR you
can be cured permanently, and at a trifling cost.
. The astonishing success which has attended this in?
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General Debility and Prostration, Loss ot Muscular En?
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It will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex?
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Price tl, or four bottles to ono address *3.
One bottle is suillcieut to effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINVTLLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
speedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affection! cf
the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from one to
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that are harmless ou the system, and never nauseate Ibo
stomach cr impregnate the breath. No change of diet
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any """i" interfere with business pursuits. Price $1
Either of the above-mentioned articles will bo sent to
arv.address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail or
- -press on receipt of. price. Address all orders to
BERGER. SHOTTS A CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 285 River street. Troy, N. ?.
WHISKERS and MUS?
TACHES forced to
grow upon tho smoothest
face in from three to five
weeks by rising Dr. SEVIG
N E ' S RESTAURATEUR
CAPILLAIRE, the most
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every Instance, the money W?1 be cheerfully refunded.
Price by man, sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive cir?
culars and testimonials mailed tree. Address BERGER,
SHOTTS A CO., Chemists, No. 385 River street. IWN.
Y.. Sole Agents foi- the United States. . ?
March 90_- ._ ly.
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR :
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
mp THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALU ABLE
X. depilatory recommends itself as treing an alrnoettxj..
dlapensiblB ?rcele to female beauty, ls easily applied,
does not burn or injure the skin, but acts directly on the
roots. It ia warranted to remove superfluous hair from
low forebear's, or from any part pf the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving the
sMn sa* smooth and natural. This. Is the only ar?cla
used by the French, and ls tho only real effectual depila?
tory in existence. Price 75 cents per package, sent post-'
paid to any address, on receipt of an order, by ..;..?
BERGER, SHOTTS &-CO., Chemists,
March 30 . ljr No. aw lurer rt, TW?N7Y. *
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
ruE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE !
DR. N. A. PRATT,
ISUCCESSOR TO PRATT J: WILSON BROTHERS. I
ANALYTICAL AN'D CONSULTING CHEMIST,
INO. 23 KAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, GLASS,
Analysis of Ores, Soils, Fertilizers, /cc, made with
greatest care and a-curacy. Chemical advice given lu al!
branches of the science, ou moderate terms.
Dr. F. OLIN DANNELLY is connected with tho abovt
house, aud will be pleased to see his numerous friend*
aud acquaintances. stutlil?mo March 16
/T^/ 2a\ INDIAN MEDICINE,
}8j&jC*FFl'tf luile, Pains iii the B<ick, Dim
^^l?ft^S^fl? AOe* W'"k '^/"i ";
^ftSjSSS??^^. tion, and all diseases that fol?
low as a sequence of youthful Indiscretions.
The Cherokee Cure will restore health ami vlsror,
stop tbe emissions, and effn" P,,"",r'"n'i!it?"',~,?-^
-rv.:. Hn v?tner medicines nave failed. Thirty-two
pairo pamphlet sent In a sealed envelope, free to any
Price (2 per bottle, or throo bottles for $?. Sold
by all druccists; or will be sent by express to any
portion of tha world, ou receipt of price, by th?
ir. VT. E. HBKWnr, 37 Walker St., N. Y?
^^^^^j^^^^^^^m?, i o n of tlie Bladder and
^^^^^^P^^iml ?ll diseases that require
""^ffijggSS^^^ ii diuretic, and when used ia
does not fail to euro Gonorrhea, Gleet and ail M't
cous DiecJutrffex In Malo or Female, curia? recent
cane? in from one to tliree day?, and is especially
recommended io those cases of Fluor AlbuA or
Mltilet in Female*. Tho two medicines used In
conjunction will not fall to remove this disagreeable
complaint, and in those cases where other medicines
have been used without success.
Price, Remedy, One Bottle, $2, Threo Bottles, i5.
** Injection, " " %i, " " $5.
The Cherokee " Cure,'" " Remedy," and " Tnjec
tion" aro to bo found in all well rejrulatcd drug
etores, and are recommended by physicians ana
druggists all over the world, for their intrinsic worth
and merit. Somo unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive their customers, by selling cheap ana
worthless compounds,-in order to make money
In place of these. Be not cisceired. If th? drug?
gists will not buy thom for >- ;, wri?c tn us, and we>
will send them to you by exnreje, securely packed!
and free from observation. \\ u treat all diseases to
which tho human system ls subject, and will be.
pleased to recel? full and explicit statements from
those who have fatted to receive relief heretofore.
Ladies or pentlemcn can address us in perfect con?
fidence. We desire to send our thirty-two pass
fiampblet free to every lady and gentleman In tho
aniL Address all letters for pamphlets, medicines,
or advice, to tho sole proprietor, " g>.
m Dr. W. R. MERWIN, 37 Walker St.. H. Y,
A. Treacherous and Deadly Foe!
PAIN AKD NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Remedy
AND MODE OF TREATMENT IS THE ACME
LT BREAKS IIP THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT ITS
Fountain Head, and removes at once all the wretched
symptoms of this loathsome malady, such as Pam in the
Temples, Offensive Discharges, Obstruction bf the Breath?
ing Tubes, Repulsive Breath, Snapping Sounds in the
Bars, Absent-Mindedness, Mental Depression, Dimness ol
Vision, Sore Throat, Hacking Cough; restores the sense
af Taste and Smell, and permanently cures the disease in
ul its types, forms and stages, with absolute certainty.
This remedy and mode of treatment, lite the disease.
Is peculiar. In consists of the Inhalation of harmless ll
a.aids from the palm of the hand. The immediate rebel
lt affords is alone worth ten times the cost of the reme?
Norton's New Pamphlet on Catarrh is out Informa
lion never before published. Call at our nearest Agency,
or send a stamp for it
Prepared by GERRIT NORTON, No. ll Ann-street,
Drs. RAOUL & LYN?H,
November 1 thstu6mo Agent for Charleston.
?"THE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT
FERS ls without precedent In the history of the world,
rhere ls no secret in the matter. They are at once the
noat speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dls
lovered. It requires but a single trial to understand
his. Their purity can atv?ays be relied upon. Thoj
ire composed of tue celebrated Oalisaya Bark, Cascarilla
?xrk. Dandelion, Chamomile Plowers, Lavendet
"lowers, Wintergreen, Anise, Cloverbnda, Orange-peel,
inake-root, Caraway, Coriander. Burdock,
1 bey are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
fcrpeakers, and persons of literary habits and soden
ary .1 fe, who require free digestion, a relish for food,
inorclaar mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons are certain to find
n these Bitters what they have BO long looked for.
They purify, 6i?eagtaen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath aud acidity of the stomach.
They euro Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the beat Bitters in the world. They make
he weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's (treat
The following startling and emphatic statements can
>e seen at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. P. Cairne, Chaplain of tbe 107th New
Ni.? AOCJOXI CREEK, March lib, 1863.
Owingjto the great exposure and terrible deeompoai
lon after the battle of Antietam, I waa utterly prostrat*
MX and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi?
ane. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
>r. DOAKS, of New York, was presen oed to give me
trragth and an appetite. To my great surprise they
[ave me immediate relief. Two bottles alskost allowed
ae to join my reirfruect. * . . . I have since seen
hem used in many eases, and am tree to say, for hos.
Ital er private purposes I know of nothing like them.
. Rev. E. F. CRANK, Chaplain.
Letter from the Rev. H. E. GILDS, 8t. iTj?rsrHle, Pa.
GKBTXXIOCS:-Ton were kind enough, on a former oc?
asi?n, to send me a half dooen bottles of Plantation
litters for S3 60. Ky wife having derived so mac
eneflt from the use of theos Bitters, I destro ,eT tai
ojitinue them, and you will please send Us. "IX bottles)
lore for the mosey enclosed.
I am, very truly, yo -rs,
H. E. alLMj. Pastor Oer. Bet Church,
Box4>tsa> Hosts. Surgam TSLNmuir's Omen, I
CtocmrSATi, Onio, Jan. 16th, 1863. f
. ...a* - .,'.?
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds oj
ur noble soldiers who slop here, more or toss disabled!
rom various causes, and the effect ls marvellous and]
Strbh a preparation as this ta I heartily wish in every]
itally, in every hospital, and at hand on evary battle)
aid. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent,
Dr. W. A. Ornum, Surgeon of the Tenth Vermont Be?
lmont, writes:-"I wish every soldier bad a bottle- ol
lan tatton Bitters. They are toa moat effective, per.
jct, and harmless tonto I ever used."
WxxxABD'a Hess. >
WAsnnvGTOS, D. a. May ISA, 1869. j
GsTTTLBi?n?:-We require another ?apply of your
lan talion Bitters, the' popularity a whleh daily' in.:
rea?es with the guests of cur house. . J |
SYKES. OHADWI0K h OO.
- . bo. fte.- .- ?c.- .'. ..*e? - .
Bo-sore that every bottle bears: the fac-ehnO* of ot?
?nature on a steel plate label, with our private ?tamp
P. 3L DRAKE &00,
^.'?fi?^?^'^'tM.'^It?BtoAJDW?, H. Y.
.oldLfcJ aBr?l^^ G root r
uoona, ana country Hatelaoealers. -, ? . ;