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?zttt and Roaches
Frota their holes coma oat;
. 4^?ceaodEa?s%.
tnspfte^'of cati,
Cbuiy skip abouts
?years esUaolished in x.Y. C?tj*
"Only infallible remedies known.*
**Free from poisons,"
"Xot danserons to the Human "Family."
"Hats come out of their holes to'die."
Costar's Kat, Eoach,&cEx'
( J* a paste-us*<i for R*ts, Mice, Roaches,
?lack and K';d Ants, &c, &c, Ac.
Cottar's Bed-Bug Exterior
\ Is a liquid or wash-used lo destroy^ and
alio as a preventative for fied-iiugs, i.e.
Costar's Electric Powder
- for Infects
I* for Sloths, Mosquitoes, Flea?, Bed-Rugs,
Inseets ou Plants, Fowls, Animals, ??.
?
I I BEWARE I I o* ail worthless Imitations, j
%jT See that " C OiVTAifs 9 name is on eachuiiox, Bottle, j
j and FIa.sk, belove you buy. ' '
r^T Address, *
' Henry H. Costar,
1 48? Broad\ra^ N.Y.
Z3T Sold in Charleston by ali ?ri!?'??sts aud Retailers.
1866
INCREASE OF RATS-The Farmer's Ga
English Asserts ahd proves by figures that
*ne pair o& RATS will have a progeny and
?tfucendants no less than G51.0?0 in three years.:
*-'o\v, unless this immense fomily can be kept
^own. they would consume more food than
won ld sustam 66, OOO human beings,
v j^See" COSTAR'S" advertisement above.
1866
.3
RATS i*rc;>x BIRDS.-Whoever engages in j
f>])uotlng smaJcl birds is a cruel ?an; whoever!
?Ms in exterminating rats is a benefactor. We j
?nould\!lik.e some o.ne to give us the benefit iii J
Mer experience in driving e*tit these pests. We j
teed !?(WL-thing besides do^s, cats? and traps for j
if*'** business.-Scimti?c American, N. Y.
tGPSee COSTAB'S" advertisement above.
1866
" COTTAR'S*' RAT EXTERMINATOR is
..i npl?ysafe, and sure-the most perfect RAT
aft'eation meeting we have ever attended. Every
Jt*t that can g?t it, properly prepared, will eat
l|;and every one that eats it will die, generally
.it some place as distant as possible from where
jr was taken. - Lake Shore,- Mich. Mirror.
\ r^pSee "COSTAR'S" advertisment above.
* RGEORGJ5 A. PJRINCE ?fe CO'S.
****** M^OBSCKS.
Varieties, with Patent
Itt ; -, . . Sub Das??
Basso
! t
! t
H?te k Ssh! Oms !
hashed in cleg-ant Rosewood, Walnut, or Oak cases.
?Very Instrument Warranted for 5 Years.
f <.?? Xo eluirge. for boxing or shipping.
40,000 NOW IN USE.
AN ILLUSTRA TE I> CATALOGUE containing full
.VsCription of style, and testimonials of the
>?o*t eminent musicians as to th'1 superior ex
* Hence of our instruments-will be sent free | j
JO any address. . h
h THE AUTOMATIC ORO AX.
in presenting thc AjCTtWLvnc o::<?*$?, wo^aanounec j j
".'Ve greatest triumph tn musical instruments of the j
*:e. During the pasthalf-century, the trench ami r
'germans have n^imuaetured recd instruments wish I
.?iiiblc bellows, two pedals fonxUe feet to ope- !?
.atc; hut thc want oi' thc reversed or exhaustion
ALLOWS, (whictuis the oniy l>eliow.s,-used in our
instruments,) mu V it impossible for them to prod-,
3c? thc mellow, rich an.I musics! tone tor which j
*ir instruments celebrated. Another objection
V this metuod ot' blowing was, that both feet i>ehtg I.
j^cupicd, no opportuuity was oifeicd for the man-?
?Igcment of the swei!. Within thc past two years, j
instruments constructed ott tins Kuropeau pian of
Vlouble, blowers''have been! manufactured in this I
>ountry..and to counteract tins din^cuity (want of j
vveel)a lever has been projected from.-the centre of j
\?t? instruments, to act upon theswcll^andoperated |
^y the "knee. The inconvenience and?contortion ne
?jst?acy tainan, but to a lady the use of such an ap
>e adage ia nearly ira po s sit) le.
\Our ACTOMATtc device obviates this draculty euti
?cly, .th? simple act of blowing with more or lesa
&r*e. giving the desired increase or decrease in the
??plume of the tone. We predict for this invention
X brilliant future.
; The Melodeon and Scsooi Organ.
^For seventeen TWXTS the superior excellence of our
elodeons has tot been ??esa?n?d, and for two years
past thc enormous demand has made it impossible
&.>r us to meet our orders promptiv. With our
Increased facilities, we feel warranted in assuring
our patrons that theirorders win be promptiv met
4#d solicit a coutinuance. of their patronage",
i, ; t UEO. A. PU1XCK & CO.
Caution to Parch
All oTour InstnnnenLshavc upQt\ thc name boards,
in full. -GKO. A. TRI Sci-, cc CO.M When adea
*cr#etn^tepti anv other tnstru?si?a?s asnhc same
05 out^" it .is usually ;l mere atr cinvt to sell an
rutenor mstrumcat, ou walch he eau make a lar
2,cr profit. 1*. ts.- Ali! leral ri iscount to churches,
ViCTgyraen, ami Scho?>.s. A.l ivess
* i GEO. A. PRINCE dc Co.,
SEQ, A. PRhNOE, Bulfaio, H. Y.
w GEO..A. FRL\er:,CHAS. K?:B?00\"
^ . e.l\S*TH0&AS
rfffi WORLD REX0WXE? MADAME
ZIGXOUA, XataraLCIairv.,yaRt,>ust fo.tn i?vris
^t*s located herself m Charleston fora short time tells
?artur.ea and reveals your future altogether bv-Chiro
?phy, Sclnd a specimen of your handwrite tri.K
-fiji, cents enclosed to 1; ^ -
V ? SUdarae 31ABIE ZIGXOLf,
^ . . ro?t Office,
Marleston. S.C.
1?. *i
.
BAR BOOM*
20 VANDERHORST SIV. CHARLESTON
CHOICE IiaWBI.
Old Ate. . > o?weafrry Wine.
. Af good aa can be found In the city, ftJ^med vtl^
j J*a27,3in 17 . SAMDEL MILES. .
MUSIC AITO PANGING.
ffOPKIXS has come again with hts usual tunes and
admired airs, ile may?be lound at hi* old pla?e,
So. 37 HENKIETXA j?TKKET. Price as usual.
i JOHN T.,HOPKINS, .
A Colored Professor.
CHARLESTON, Oct. 2?. im 3 ..
ORACE WATERS'
H
i Great Musical Establish>
nient.
I '
5o. 431 Broadway, tfetr York.
fiaros Melodeons, Cabinet Organs, Sheet Music, Jjnaic
ootsTand all kinds OJ Musical Instruments and Jlusi
. cal Merchandise, at the lowest rates, wholesale and
retail Second hand Melod?ons arid Pianos at great
DarSnsTFrices, $0,*73, $100, $025. SIT*. $175. $200, and
S*? New 1 i>ctavo pianos for $200 and upwards. .
The Horace Water.' Pianos and Meiodeons are. as fine
aid durable InstrpWnts as are made. Warranted lor
2v,e years. Price? greatly reduced for cash. . .
TESTIMONIALS. .
The Horace Wafers' Pianos are known as among the
?ervbest.-X. Y..Evangelist. _ .
Weean speak of the merits of the Horace Waters
Pianos from personal knowledge, as being ot the very
b?*t ?uatttv.-Christian Intelligencer. <;-: , . .
The lio-ace Waters' Pianos are buUt of the best and
most thorough! seasoned material.-Advocate & Jour
Wati?ts' Pianos and Meiodeons challenge compayison
Tith tSllfinest made anywhere in the country.-Home
horace Waters' Piano Fortes are of foll, rich and" even
*o??- and powerftiL-New York Musical Keview. ? ;
Our friends v iii dad at Mr. Waters' store the very best
assortment o? Music and of Pianos to be found ia the
Kn ired States.-Graham's Magazine.
The Horace Waters' Pianos are of superior tone aud
elegant finish.-New York Christian Enquirer.
Schedule ff prices of Instruments and Catalogues ot
?sheet MiisiFaud any i^usic published in the United
* Mfitet Music/a little soiled at 11-2 cents per page.
" Sabbath behool, and oilier liouks, published by Horace
Waters. .
S^UaATH-eCHOOL BELL, NO. 1,
SADBATH-SCHOOL BELL, NO. 2,
CHORAL HARP.
THE DIADEM.
FRICES :
Board. Three Dol
ans ana ?>rav ^euw , - V111^ Four l>Olla?S
ind Twenty Cents. ' ! _
BELLS.*Nos. 1 and 2, in One Volume, Six
dollars and Sixty Cent:- per doz. Cloth embossed (\iit
fcveu i>ollars and TwerJy Cents per doz.
DAY-SCHOOL KELL tor Public Schools
md Seminaries. Paper Covers, Three I>ottars per doz.
Joard, Three iii ?liars ami Sixty Cents; Cloth, Four Doi
ars and Eighty Cents.
TEE (JURIS HAN MELODIST, a new re
ival Hyam and Tune Kock. Price Three Dollars per
Byard-, Three Dollarland Sixty Cents.
MANUFACTORY AND WAREROOMS.
Broadway, 1".
. HORACE WATERS.
Restaurant and Dining Saloon
Ki .TIEETOG STREET, . * '
pHE UNDERSIGNED GIVE < 3T0TICE,
A. that they.have unsurpassed faciiitis for supply
iy the public-citizens and strangers-rwith meals at
ll hours of the choicest luxuries which.the market;
fiords. Also a superior assortment of Wiiies, Liquors,
nd Cigars. > . .1
B?LL?ARP ?itALLr
Three eletrant Hilliard. Tables may.bc found in the
fall ab<n-e the Saloon, where gentlemen can bc accooi
lOdnt-'d.
Thc patronage of the'public is.respcctfullv solicitcd
n27owl? FORD HAM li ROTHE RS.
?aper Covers, Three per doz: Boa*
ara and Sfcrtv Cents ; Cf?tli Embossed Gilt,
PHE COTTAGE PRINTING PRESS is the
L best cheap printing press ever introduced to public
>tice. Simple, durable and efficient, occupying but
ttie space, it is adapted to meet the w\inls of busi
es men and others who, for the sake of econo^ay,
?cessity, or conveuicuee, wish to do their own pfiftt
ig, and, on their own premises, lt enables thora,
i tho ut delay, and at a small expense, to print hand
ills, circulars, cards, bill-heads, &c., asd in style
qual to that of the mp-a country printing offices. Al
Uough designed andTwill be found useful for all bus*,
less and professional men, yet. to country merchants
,nd..Uruggists it is an invaluable invention, furnishing
lot only the beHy Bul the cheapest method of adverr
.ising and increasing one's business. Wi th each pros*
ve furnish, if desired, the necessary type, ink, &c.
br the execution of any kind-of printing.
No more acceptable present can bc made to youth
han one oftls.es-- printing offices It combines lacra-,
ive employment with amusement and instruction..
L'here is no better school fur. the young man than the
dinting office- such a thing" as an illiterate printer
Hiiug unknown; and lor the-purpose of learning the
{'ade, as au employment for lifr, the possession of
itic of our small printing office** renders a.regular,
ipprenticeship unnecessary.
printed instructions-for setting type and managing
he press accompany each office. When desired, the
>ffices will bo arranged for printing in Spanish,
french, German and other foreign languages. Cir
?ttlars seut free, Specimen sheets o? type, cuts, &c.,
lu cents.
PRICES.
Printing office Ncl, complete........S2S
Priming office N-o. 2, complete. 35
Printing office No,-3, complete. GO
Printing office No. 4>complete.. VH>
Printing office No. 5, complete-'..V..125
ADAMS PRESS 00 M PAN Y.
JOSEPH WATSON Agent
trcr ornlG ^ 26 Ann street, New York,
rhta jprinting rress can be seen at this office
HIGHEST PREMIUM presented by Mass,
r Charitable Society, 1SG5. .. .
A great chance: fop Young Wen out o^
employment.
20,00* BOXES SOLD IN 2 WEEKS.
IT'S NO HUMBUG! WHAT I WHY I
Crane's Grease Extr etor.
This compound thoroughly extracts Grease, Pitch-,
Tar, Oils, &c, from cotton, woollen, and al* ?ther kind"
of goods, without the least injury to thc finest fabric;
for removing grease, from coat-collars st?d other
clothing, carpets. &c. .Twenty-thousand boxes sold
in the streets of Boston in four weeks ; in 3 months,
a hundred ?Dd fifty thousand. The trade ?applied-ou.
reasonable terms. Agenia wanted. MA nu ra ce ur ed
and sold by A. O. CRANS & Co., l3o Washington ?t-,
Boston, M.nss. Information as to its value- to be obr
ta i ned at this office. . - . Dec 24.12,
J. RUSSELL SPALDING'S
&
^palding^ss Rosemary
Promotes the growth of Human Hair,
SPALDING'S "ROSEMARY
Softens the flair when harsh and dryr
SPALDING'S ROSEMARY
Soothes the IrritateoVScaJp.
SPALDING'S ROSEMARY
Prevents the Hair fir'om falling off.
SPALDING'S ROSEMARY
Prevents the Hair from turning gray.
SPALDING'S ROSEMARY
l?i??r?*^ ^f^.?-?? in the wo ld.
.dy
Sole
ucicra seneraUj. ? eow ly Dec ? '2
TSB INTRODU?JIO?? OF
TO TBE SUFFERING, EUMANjfTY OF
* this age bas relie VP e? more pain'and
caused more real joy,' than any eth
er one thing that can be nam?d.
It is a *' Balm fur every Wotod-'
OUR first Physicians use it and recommend
its use; the Apothecary finds it first , among the
medicines called for, and the Wholesale Druggist
considers it a leading. artiele of his trade. All
the dealers in Medicines speak alike in its favor,
and its reputation, as a^medicine of great, merit
and virtue is fully and permanently established ;
it is :'
THe Gr*ar Family Medicine of the Ag-e
Every Volunteer should have a Boi&e in east af
sudden attacks of disease.
\ TAKEN INTERNALLY IT CURES
Sore Throat, sudden Colds, Coughs, fee., Weak
Stomach, General Debility Nursing Sore Mouth,
, Canker, ^irer Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indiges
tion/ Cramp and Pain fit' the Stomach, Bowel
Complaint, Painters' Cclkf, Asiatic 'Cholera, Di
arrhea and Dysentery. '
APPLIED EXTERNALLY IT CURES
Felons, Boils, and Old Sores, Severe Bi^rns and
Scalds, Cuts, Bruises and Sprains, Swelling o
thc Joints, Ringworm and Tetter/Broken Breasts
Frosted Feet und- Chilblains, Toothache, Pain in
the Face, Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
Pain Killer, taken internally, should be adult
erated" with milk or water, and sweetened with
sugar if desired, or macfe into a syrup molasses
For a COUGH and BRONCHITIS, a few drops on
sugar, eaten, will be more effective than any
thing else. For"SORE THROAT, gargle the throa
with a mixture of Pain Killer and water, and the
relief is immediate and cure positive.
It should not be forgotten tl)at $?;Pam Killer
is equally as good to take internally as to use ex
ternally. Eacn bottle is wrapped with full direc
tion^ for its use. ' mhl7:3m|4
FIRST, ^REiVIIlJIVjE
'IMPROVED
$5
THE E>IBODIMENT OF PRACTICAL
UTILITY AND EXTREME
SIMPLICITY.
OrijfioailT patented Mav 13.1SC2; Improvement pateut
ed Jtnxj), h*3. Th? celebrated ..
Family <*eiii Sewing l^iaclii'ae?
With (Yinipin.ir attachment, a most wonderful and ele-[
^antly-con^tructed Novelty, is noiseless in operation,-)
uses the Straight Needle," and works horizontal, sews J
with double or single thread of all kinds. Makes the j
running-stitch more perfect and regular than by hand, I
?ind with extraordinary rapidity, making sixteen stitch- |
ps to each evolution of the wheel. Will gather, hem,
ruthe. Shirr, tuck, run up breadths, &c. Warranted not
to pet out of order in three years, lt has taken the Pre?
li.ihiui at state J-'nirs, and received thc approval of all the
[trincipal journals and tliose who have used it?.
u For the dressmaker it is Invaluable; for t?e house
iioid: ftVnpplies a vacant place."-Qodoy's Ladies1 Book.
"Wirti a single on double thread, it silently yet very
rapidly, with"a coQinion needle, makes the running
stitch exactly like haud-sewingr.*-Tribune..
Single machines sent to any part of the country by
express, packed in box, with printed instnictjous, on.
receipt ot th" price, $?. Sale delivery warranted. .?
.Call and examine, or address orders to
T. HURLEY,
Sole Agent for South Caldina,
Jan 6 tf 1\4 . . CHARLESTON.
LE AVI IT SEWING MACHINE ?pMPANY
?TANTFACTCKERS OS lifPROVKD* 1 * '
SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINES.
Originally Established in 1S-53.
Get thc Best-Xii?? ISttst is the cheapest.
The Stitch will not Rip or Ravel, and is alike on
??. ." both sides. ?
STRAIGHT NEEDLE, WOUKTTS VERTICALLY.
These machines arc manufactured hy authority of
a license from Ki.iAS Howie, Jr., (and others'; the
original inventor of Sewing Machines, a-rud embody
all the essential principles of his invention,to.-which
are added several valuable improvements* important
to the perfection of Sewmg Machines, secured exclu
sively to tins Company by ample patents. ."
THE FAMILY MACHINE
Is superior^ in all the qualities of a practically useful
domestic machine, to any ot liars yet presented to
the public. It is simple and durable in construction,
working without uoise. or fatigue to the operator;
using*, with equal facility, si!*, cotton, or linen
thread, in all varieties ot family, sewing, from the
lightest muslin to the heaviest cloth.
They are made in every variety of finish, to meet
the wants and tastes of all. The faithful friend of
the hard-working seamstress ;% the elegant, useful
ornament o? the lady's boudoir, and the one indis*
pensable thiug to a well-kept house.
THE MANUFACTURING MACHINE.
FOP Tailors, Coach and Harness Makers, Boot and
ShoManufacturers, Rubber Goods, &c.v&c, performs
more aud better work than any other. :
Especial attention is called to recent TMPKOVE
31EXTS in the machines, parricularly importaut in the
msr i)facture of Boots and Shoes/, anions which is the
fact that a smaller needle caa be used that by any
other, the value of which will nt once be appreciated.
Particular attention has been devoted to this branch
of manufacture, and, it is conceded, with unrivalled
success, especially for Shoe Binding, and Fine Stitch
ing on patent Leather. .
The Company hatter themselves that the result of
twelve years'experience rn the manufacture of Sew
mg Machines enables them to present a machine pcs?
sessing <all the qualities of a hrst-class machine, to
greater extent than any other in the world.
Information iu regard to the machines can be had
by applying to .
T. HURLEY,
CHARLESTON, S. 0
BURXIXG OF THE MUSEUM
LETTER FROM MR. BARNUM.
NEW YORK, July 1^ I860.
?Messrs, Herring & Co.
GENTLEMEN,-Though the destruction of fcheAme
rean Museum has proved a serious loss tu myself and
the public, 1 am feappy to verify the old adage, that,
It's an ill wind that blows nobody good *f and, con
sequently, congratulate yon that your weH-known
safes have again demonstrated their superior fire
proof qualities in aa ordeal of unusual severity
The safe you made for rn* some time ago was in th
Office of the Museum, on the second floor, back part
I Of the building, andria the hottest of the fire? -
After twenty-four; hours of trialit was found among
the debris, and on opening it this day has vielded up
Kits contents m very good order-books, pa'pers,poh
' cte?, of insurance, bank bills, all in condition for tm*
mediate use, and a noble commentary ou the trust
worthiness of Herrings Fire-Proof Safe*.
Truly yours, .
P. T. BARNUM.
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES.
The most reliable proton from,fire now known.
Herring ?fe Co.'s Patent Bankers? Safes withHer
nag:* Floyd's Patent Crystaltzed Iron'?52*2
canty against a burglar's drill ever ?andaetnred.
. HERRING & CO.,- -
Tkitni*m2^!P?%T'X*rn?y St., New Yark
FAEREL, HERRT^fi4 CO., Philadelphia..
. : _.rHERR^'G& CO., Chicago.
A~ I?urely Vegetable Tonle.I
t - Ol
9 .
Si 8
A - c ti .
ii f* rr- -r fl
^nvigoratui^ and Strengtlieaiug*
FORTIFIES THE- SYSTEM AGAINST THE.
EFFECTS OF UNWHOLESOME WATSR.
Hie Best Tonie in tlic World,
They invigorate, strengthen, give 'jew life-tn the sys
tem. Th?*y work like magic, and witl cure ?n.ciscs o
Pvspepsia, Debility, Intermittent Fever* Diairhea
.Jaundice. Nervous Affections, Liver Complaint, Loss
of Appetite. Heartburn, Bilious Colic, J/eyer andr
Ague, Sea-Sickness, ?c., ?c.
Thty Contain AT? Poisonous Drag.
PuKEtT VEOETAntE. - R?bbel^ Celebrated
Goltien Bitters are composed ofUehtian, Calamous
Root. Wild Cherry Bark Anise, Orange Peel, Cali
aya.Bark, Coiuinbo, Bark of SasatrUs Koot, Sherry
Wine', Butternut Bark, Caraway Seed, Yellow
Dock, Dandelion, &c, allprcserve'd in Jamaica Rum
the Great Cure ??f
? i i* ..?
A?L DISEASES* OF THE STOMACH,
LIVER AND BOWELS ! !
The sick and suffering have always felt the necessi
ty for a safe and trustworthy medicine; free from
cnlomel and other coxro*ivc minerals, which, while
acting gently and without producing nausea or pain,
would so thoroughly elende, strenthen and regulate
the internal organs as to-.enable them to perform their
proper functions without continual resorMo medical
CM. li- . xii ....
HUBBEX* S?PERIOa OLZ>
Cabinet Brandy (Medicated,),
AN U?r2QUAXLED REMEDY FOB
v
Diarrhea, Summer Complaint, Colera Morbus, Griping
Painaibthe Bowels. Colic and Chronic Diarrhea. ??lt
is highly approved by the Medical Faculty tor change
of Water and Diet. Used with great success in the
Army Hospitals in violent cases of Chronic Diarrhea.
Th is preparation is simple and harmless, unadultera
LtedV expressly for medicinal use.
SOLD n^ALL PARTS OF THE WORL&.
CT Cenfc# Depot, American Express Boildtnr,55
Ita(fa?m Street, Ne* York. Manufactory eoroer- Wa
ter and Perry Skretts, Hudsaa? y. Y. %. v
*a*t1jr? -W.?SD^^fcC^Irts^drt
1Surpasses gnvthhw af the kind eve* before .offered to
the public, lt never?lls to cure the most aggravated
i cases ot Catarrh of the taos* obstinate character, and
the diseases produced bv CATARRH, such as DEAF
iySs^lSlSSss iS THE HEAD J also KKON?HIAL
AFFECTIONS. It also arrests that fatal disease,
. CONSUMPTION,
In Its insidious approach. This remefty ls most useful
In its effects upon those who are s?fienng from that ter
rible malady,
S!CK HEADACHE,
giving INSTANT BELIEF, and producing a PERMANENT
CUli?. R*ad the following:
it .
No. 1 Bainbridge Street; Roxbury, Mass.,
Sep.embfcr Sls?f 1864.
DR. J, HURD-DEAB Sm.-I was a great sufferer for
more than nine years with the worst form of Chronic
Catarrh, and suffered i ?tense pain through and over
my eyebrows, back of my eye?, with a dry burning sen
sation in my nostrils* and at night could not sleep for
the constant dropping of the mucous in'my throat. 1
had sick headache nearly every other day, with a breath
so disagreeable ?hat I was fearful of becoming a living
nuisance. I considered . my case verv desparate and
incurable. A nriendindnced nm to u&e Dr. Kurd's Re
m?uy, but 1 had tried so many remedies, and all had
lailed, why fhould not this ? I was overpersuaded, and
got one bottle. 1 must candidly .confess that thc reiiel
was almost miraculous. Alter using one bottle I called
myself well. My breath became, s weet and natural, the
ulcers ceased gathering in my head, the mucous flowed
naturally, and 1 have not had a sick headache for more
than six tuopths.
Dr. Hurd'* remedy is a sure and uni ailing relW, and
Is all it purports-to be. , .
Yours, most sincerely,
CARRIE C. THAYER.
P. S.-You may publish this., if you wish to, for I would
like to swell the"testimonials iu. praise ui so excellent a
medicine. ' ;
Boston, Mass., Dec. 10, ISt?.
DR. J. HURD-DEAH ?rn: :*!.. * l assure you
itis the most eificaciovis reiuedy I ever heard of.
little bov, when seven years ol' age, suffered &o severely
that he could scarcely breathe at night, and was in cj>?r
stunt danger ol suft'uca^uu, as the discharge; lilied his
nostrils, and extoJiOed. to the windpipe. 1 had to keep
awake nearly all uig'it, watching bim, and was nearly
worn oui, when I wsw tuld of lins nieeiciu? ol Dr. Hu id,
ynd 1 assure von that ike very tirsi Uooe entirely cleared
his nostrils, and less-thai* one bottle wholly cured him.
Ile is now eight years oid spud has. never been troubled
With catarrh since. ir ,-mnrl.
Truly yours, E, JI. K1VX>EK.
PRICE $1 PER BOTTLE.
Orders will be promptly filled by mail.
M. S. BURR. & CO.,
GENERAL AGENTS.
26 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass.
LITTLE BOYS MB GIRLS
ATTENTION !
J^O you know how to spell? If not get a copy
PARKER & WATSON'S PRIMER,
full of Pictures. Then get Farker & Watson's
ELEMENTAR? SPELLING BOOK,
and then the
FIRST READER;
Soon you will want the
SECOND READER
and before we know it,
THE THIRD READER.
A most beautiful book, and you will be delighted with
rbe Fictures and pleasant stories in it. At the same
time study that-little Arithmetic called
DAVIES PRIMARY.
Then see if you cannot master his
INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC,
Which tells you how to add, count, divide, multiply
and subtract.. And while you learn to read and cy
pher, get one of '. .
. BEERS COPY BOOKS
and write your name on it, and make letters and
words like the Copies at the top of the page and it
will not take long to write a letter to Dapa and Mam
ma.
You will also wish to study
MONTEITH S GEOGRAPHY, No. 1.
then .
GEOGRAPHY, No. ?.
M* GEOGRAPHY, No. 3.;
You will find ail these books at the Bookstores, and
you must ask for the. ;
NATIONAL SERIES,
X
Which includes Parker & Watson's Primary
Heilders and Spelling Books ; Davies Primary;
Intellectual and Practical Arithmetic; Mon
t?ith's Geographies : Nos. 1, 2, 3, &c, ; Beer's
Copy Books, 1, to 12 ; and the booksellers also
have
SHERWOOD'S WRITING SPELLER,
SPELLER & PRONOUNCER,
SPELLER & DEFINER.
SMITH'S LITTLE SPELLER,
.! JUVENILE DEFINER,
? . DEFINER'S MANUAL.
CLARK'S GRAMMAR,
" FIRST LESSONS IN GRAMMAR.
John Russell
Has tbese books for'sale ; also at the other book
sellers'iii Charleston, and you will find other
books of the
NATION A L SERIES,
which you will wish to study. Janl3,tt
WILLARD & SMALLEY.
(Late of U. S. Navy.)
ARMY AIVX> N?YI
Banking & Collection Offices.
j 20 State St., New York.
Bounties. Commutation of Rations for Prisoners of
War, and for Soldiers on furlough.*
Prize Money, Roon ties, and Pe??dons secured and
paid. Pay, Accounts, and Allotments cashed. No
tary Public and Commissioner of Deeds.
Certificates of Non-indebtednegs procured.
8CT All Government Claims promptly adjusted
Communications by mail will receive atc -juinimed
tention. 'i'
METROPOLITAN ENTERPRISE.
?rg?i Sift Sab
OF%riE
NEW YORK AND PROVIDENCE
Jeweller's Associatipn,
Capital.$1,000,000.
DEPOT, 107 BROADWAY.
An immense stock of pianos, wafche?, jewelry and
fancy goods, all to be sold for ONK DOLLAR each
without regard to value, and not to "be paid for till you
see what you will receive. *
Certificates, naming each article and its value, are
placed in sealed envelopes and wei) mixed. One of
these envelopes will be sent by ma? to any address
on receipt of twenty-five cents; five Tor ono dollar*
eleven for two dollars ; thirty tor five - dollars ; sixr.v
five for ten dollars ; and one hundred for fifteen dol
lars.
On receipt of the Certificate you will see what you
are going to have, and then it is at your option to pay
the dollar and take thp article or not. Purchaser* may
thus obtain a Gold Wat-sh* .Diamond King, H Piano
Sewing Machine, or any set of Jewelrv OB our list, for
$1 ; and in no case can they pet less than One Dollar's
worth, as there are no blanks.
Agents are wanted in every town in the country;
every person can mak* SjlG a day. selling our Certifi
cates in the greatest * a!e of Jewelry ever known.
Send 25c. for a Certificate, which will inform you
what you can obtain for one dollar. At the same time
get our circular, containing full list and particulars;
also, Ternis to Agents. Address
JAMES. HUTCHINSON & CO.,
3m23 197 Broadway, N. Y.
SCHOOL NOTICE.-The autieis of
my School will be renrmed on Tuesday, January
2nd, 1866. ITo. 52 Smith Street, near Calhoun.
Dec 2*2miy? ? PETER B. ?TOKGAX.
PINE APPIE Cil?
Slake Your Own
PUKE COXpEXTKAl'EDPOTAsf
ers will fina this the ^IH^^ZL^
Gt, 65, CG, 67, CS, g 70, 72 a^Valg^ v>
gAL?RATUS. ^
BiT- B AB BIIT^, S ALER?^
70WASHINGWSW
?F YOU WANT
USE WEALTHY BREAD,
B. T. BABBITTS BEST
MKDICINAL >tt
SALEEATCS,
"made from mmonsalt.^
Bread when made with this Saleratul contafus w:
baked, nothing but common salt, water and flour '
. " B. T. BABrtttT,
Nos. o*, &>, GS. 67, CS, 69,70,7:' ?ad 74, W^hinjrtos-*,^
sa
f IGHT BISCUIT
V MADE IN
FIFTEEN
WITH
FORME'S PA
TENT ?
Tili? Bntt\e is free from
nil mctalic substances, so
injurious to milk. b, ?
made entirely from n.*,.!.,.
?nd ?ilass. In wluf?i^
position held, the tieri;. e
tuite is always in ?i?t- c?
and the child can draw no air. as with other bou*-?
M. 6- l*UiU&fc?-CO.. Proprietor*.
Dec 2:'.. 3m 12 2*'? Tremorn street, Boston.
And f. r sale at Aymer's, cor. Yandwhorst
and King Streets.
A. The Rubier >*iop!e. B".
Th?.flexible part of ti:e Tube.
C. Thc arbnss part of ;i)o Tu!>e
in ?he Milk with thc ruhberon
the cud.
Costiveness the Moat Prolific Sourc
of I? Health.
It causes Piles. Headache. Dizziness, Opposion nf
Food, Sour Stomach, Palpitations, Flushes of che
Face, Pain in the Back and Loins, .lau nd ice, yellow
ness of the Eyes and Skin, Coated Tongue, Liver
Compta m t,, Lo'ss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, !w!;gwtion?
etc. Any filing likely to prove a reliable rsftiedy fbc
habitual costiveness has seemed impossible until v?r
haar ot '
Dil. HAPJIISO^S
Peristaltic Lozenges.
They are agreeable to the palate, cause no pain, op
erate promptly, nevter weaken iii* stomach like -A)
Pills. In every case of 0*>s?t?ve?K?KS? *n?I;
IMlos they produce immediate relief awl never re .
quire increase of dose to effect a cine. Children and
t?males may use thom under any cir<-umstxnccii.
Price GO Cents; small boxes 3d cents. Tor sale by
J. S. Harrison & Co., Proprietorsj Boston, Mass.,or
will be mailed on remitting Ou cts. Lkc?Vy,i2
ISP* Warnanied a Sure and Permanent Cur?
tor all kinds of
Fjles* Leprosy. Scrofula, Salt Ekern
ann all diseases of the ?fi ff**. All dealers will re
turn the ruonev in every ca>e of failure. Prepared
by H EN li Y D. f OW LE, 71 Prince Street, BOMOD.
Sold everywhere. Thousands of Certificates from
abroad and iii this country of astonishing tertily
its u*e. Iso failures in Piles or Humors tortlwfart
8 years. Beware ol imitations. Dee 23, ly.1
LADIES, If you desire to retain beauty, or re
store your good look3-, if your beauty has Jaded,
take
" DEW OF EDEN,"
prepared by "The baronet's Son. " It is weet and
delicious, and superior to all external applications
Retail, SI.
ED. II A KRIS & Co., 4S3 Broadway,
Confidential Agents to "The Baronet's ton."^
SPLENDID
Jewelry, ^Diamonds and
Watches.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
THE house of Bosanquet, Giraud k Co., Pari.?, hare
the pleasure of announcing that they have open
ed an Agency in the City of .New York, for the role ol
their widely "known Jewelry, Watches, 4c, ana for
the purpose of making their goods a? exten?:*"/
known and appreciated in the United States ai they
now ?re, and have been for seventy years, in Europe ?
they have determined on a plan by which poor aw
rich alike may have the advantage of thoir spie?"'*
styles. As a preliminary, they wouid remark"***
they manu factum and sell no imitation Jewel.')'0'
Watches, but
AU ABE WARRANTED GOLD OF TUB m?imqti^
Our customers will also have the great advantage
of a constant succession of new and recJierebe sty le?
and patterns with which we shall keep our .New ior*
Agency supplied. "?"rmi.r
We have adopted the plan of sale, now so P?PT"?
of .-barging a-uniform price, and this price*! iruro*r
iably be $? for each article, no matter howco wy, i
may be- The expenses of conduerma our >ew i
Agency are paid by the sale of ^^^8
pon? representing the various articIes>-~*?*~ ~
eatesare ?#1 at .00 cents each, or five ior>.?D;*.*
Certificate will show the holder the W^^gES
he or she is entitled to, on payment?f an a^n
?2. If the article named on the Cerd?ate is not de
sired, the holder will oblige us, ?b?fe "^ ?
Certificate, by bating what other-rn? e of Ute sante
?.?ro1r Sm7^^?^f^
that end will be exerted. We solicit . ?^ J^me*cry
one who reads this notice as we are confident off.*
ine the utmosf satisfaction.
The stock #^I^.^^^?^t%
did C!ocks,Go!d and Silver JJ atches, Rings set
Diamonds, Botte* Pearls, Garnet and Ofher
(solitaire and in clusters), Ladies?'-sets of J*"*r?_
eornpwing Pins and Ear-rii ^s of the most ^ruou
able ?tvles, net in Precious Stones of every *an? ?
together with a large assortment pf Gold and w *
milled and Pearl Sets, toll Stu*andSIee???"^
of the most beautiful patterns/ Gents\*??*???l
Scarf Pins, and ari endless variety of *> r?HTtti
will send, for ANY Certificate returned to u,'auliluuy
engraved Set of Castors or Butter i>ii?h,
chased and plated. . ? * the knited
Agents are wante*/-Tn every P?* ?v liberal iQ"
Stutes and Provinces, and to ali such verydrcu.
du\?em?nts will he offered, and, 0? apPj>^"_cy tent
lar of ?erins will be forwarded. We preter^gg^ or
in P<?st Office Orders where they eaui w Vuorderg t0
by Bank Draft to our order. Ado ressau
our Agency, which will be^conducted Dy ^
Messrs. JAQCLT, STEBLWU * v
jan ? 3m 14 189 Uraadway,

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