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CHABXESTON DAILY NEWS....APRIL 28, 1866.
Tlie Daily ?STe^vs.
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL ,28. 1866.
The Old Guau*?, for May, comes handsomely
adorned with a stool plate portrait of Gen. B. 8.
Ewell. Tho tablo of contents of tho prceont
number is more than usually attractive :
1. St ato Sovereignty Not-Doad. 2. Tho Camp
Firo (Pootry). 3. Bortha 8coly, the Heroine of
tho Old Dominion. 4. Moral Epidemics. 6. By
tho Soa. C. Dear Memories (Poetry). 7. General
Sherman's Officers among tho Ladies of Raleigh.
8 Tbo Penitent Mother'(Poetry. 9. Fifteen Years
of [Emancipation in tho West Indios ; by Thomas
Carlyle. 10. Pornicious Literature. 11. Now Books.
Editor's Table, .
The first article is a review of Hon. Fernando
Wood's letter to Hon. Henby A, Wise; an eloqaent
protest against the now doctrino of Central Power
Vf. States Rights. Oui bono* However,'tb? paper
js well worth reading, aQd we append the conclu
in conclusi?n, We wiolr'to say*that this article is
no moro addressed < to the people of: the South
than of tho North. Wq oponk to our countrymen
of all sections. All muat, in the end, share a
common destiny. ?The North cannot govern tho
Sonth with despotlo rule without becoming a des
potism itself. There* ie no ?way in which tho north
ern people oan consent that the peoplo of the
South snail bo despotically governed, without
-also, at last, bringing their own neoks under the
same yoko. There is no way for tho northern
people to Strip the people of the South of the
escrod right of Belf-governmont, without also
stripping themselves of the same right, Wbilo
helping the Federal Congress to become the mas
ter of those peoplo, they are also making a master
for themselves. This is the "new Americanism '
of whioh Mr. Wood speaks, the master of the
Amerioan people I Blistered be the tongue that
counsels conforming to such an atrocious doc
trine I Conform to no principle that did not be
long to our system of government beforo the war I
and trust to law and justice to bring us securely
back to the immortal foundations laid by our
The editor of the "Old Guard," 0. Chauncey
Bubb, Esq., is evidently a very versatile genius ;
politician, economist, poet, essayist, oto. Ho is,
perhaps, a little too much of an Ishmaelite, tak
ing issue with everybody on everything. Thus
be tnkos Professor Taylor Lewis to task for pre
ferring Thocydides as a' biBtorian to Livy. We
have known a great many vory competent judges
holding tho samo opinion ; among them Niebuhb
and Arnold. The Old Guard is published by
Tan Eyiue, Hobton Sl Co., New York.
Beadle's Monthly, for May, has mado its
advent, and we notice a decided improvement over
*' The Nobth American Review.?The April num
ber is the first we have seea of this venerable
and highly respectable quarterly since before tho
war. The Review is published by Tiokkob <fc Fields,
in Boston, and in the North is considered the Su
preme Court of Literature. We are not entitled
to an opinion in the matter, not having read it
regnlarly in so long a time. The number before
us has the following very tempting table of con
i. The Error of De Toqueville. by Hon. Edward
Brooks. 2. Military and Martial Law, written by
J. Lewis Stackpole. 3. Character, by Ralph Waldo
-Emerson, -i. The New York Herald, by James
Per ton. 6.. Oarlyle's Frederick the Great, by
Jamos Russell Lowell. 6. Oar Diplomacy during
the Rebellion, by J. Schooler. 7. International
Arbitration, by 0. O. Beaman, Jr. 8. Dante and
bis Latest English Translators, by C. E. Norton.
9. The President on the Stump, by James Russell
' A rich bill of fare, truly, to whioh come Of the
first magnates of (Northern) American Litera
ture contribute. The articles are nearly all mark
ed by great1 ability. Of course we cari not sub
acribo to everything herein set forth and advo
cated, but we do not allow a mere difference of
opinion to mar cor pleasure in the perusal of a
-well-written essay on an abtrase subject.
We may have occasion at another time to revert
to some of these papers, after we shall have read
them more carefully.
" Good Woods," an illastrated Monthly Maga
sine, edited by Norman McLeod, D.D., one of Her
Majesty's Chaplains. The April number of this
magazine has been sent us by Mr. John Russell,
the Agent for this city. The contents ore as fol
lows : .. ;
1. Madonna Mary, a story of modern English'
Lifo, by Mrs. Oliphant. 2. His Name, by the
Dean of Enflly. 3. A Day with the Out-Patients of
& Hospital, by Tilbury Fox, M.D. ?. Oar Com
mon Faith, .by the Rev. Prof. Plumptre. 5. A
Night with the Ramsgate Life-Boat, by the Rev.
John Gilmore, M. A. 6. The French Church in
Canterbury .Cathedral, by 8amuel Smiles. 7.
Peggy Melville's Triumph. 8. Homeward, by tho
editor. 9; A Plea for Criminal Boys, by Wm. GU
- bort. .10. A Sabbath Visit to a Jews' ?Synagogue,
. by the Bov. H. T. Armfield.
The illustrations are very well executed, and
the tout ensemble of the magazine quite attractive.
Interesting Decision -.vltli regard to Con
An important deoision was rendered, a few
weeks ago, by Judge Clayton, of Mississippi, the
interest of which hinges upon the validity of a
payment made in Confederato money.
The case was that of Duke <t Cade vs. John W.
Perkins, being a bill for specific performance of
contract. It was tried in the Sixth Judicial Dis
trict of Mississippi.
The following facts were exhibited by the bill,
answer and proof :
On tho 27th of January, 18?4, the defendant
sold to complainants 20,000 pounds of lint cotton
for the sum of $7000, which was paid at the time
in treasury notes of tho Confederate States. The
defendant (Pebkinb) agreed to take ordinary care
of tho cotton, and delivor it to complainants when
afterwards required, &c. Tho defendant failing "
and refusing to deliver the cotton, when required,
the bill was instituted to enforce a specific per
formance of the contract.
The dofendant, by his counsel, submitted the
following grounds of defence :
1st. That tho act of secession by the State ol
Mississippi, and confederation with other States,
being a violation of tho Constitution of the United
States, no government was created bv said Con
federacy which could perform any'binding act,
and the issuing of Treasury notes to be used as
money was a nullity, and consequently was not
such a consideration as would make a contract
local between individuals.
2d. That tho Constitution of the United States
prohibited tho States from ''omitting bills of
credit," and that tho States could not do collec
tivoly what they were prohibited from doing
separately. That said Treasury notes wh*joh
formed tho consideration of the contract euod on,
were "bills of credit," and having been issued in
violation of the Constitution of the United States,
were illegal and void, and said contract, founded
on said illegal consideration, cannot be enforced
either in law or equity.
3d. That said Treasury notes were issued to
carry on a rebellion against the Government of
tho United States, and the same having been is
sued in violation of the Constitution, law and pab
ilo pol i oy, con Id raise no-consideration apon which
a legal and binding contract could he oreated.,
The lucid and learned deoision of Judge Clay
ton on tho questions thus presented, is published
in the Columbus Sentinel. Wo have not suffloient
. opaco to copy it in full, and oan only briefly state
its general purport.
After a statement of tho origin of tho late war,
the Jndgo procoods to refuto the fallacy of the
-argnment for the defence, which undertook to
prove that the Constitution and laws of the Uni
ted States were in full operation over the South
ern States during the war. Ho shows that tbo
citizen, owing partial allegiance, at least, to both
governments, could not commit tho crime of trea
son, when his action was controlled by State au
thority. So far ib this prinoiplo carried in Eng
land, that the citizen is hold exoncratad from tho
crimo of troason even for supporting a usurper
against tho rightful sovereign. Ho quotes Black
stone, who says:
"It is'held that a King defacto and not de jure,
in other words a usurper that hath got possession
of tho throne, is a King, within tho meaning of
tho statute, as there is a temporary allegiance duo
to him, for bis administration of the government
and temporary proteotion of tho public; and there
fore treaeona committed against Henry YI. were
Eunisbed under Edward IV., though all the lino of
ancaster had been previously declared usurpers
by aot of Parliament." And again "When, there
fore, a usurper is in possession, the subject is ex
cused and justified in obeying and giving him as
sistance: otherwiso undor OBurpation no man
could be safe, if tho lawful princo had a right to
hang him for obedience to the power in being, as
tho usurper would certainly do for disobedience."
Reasoning on tho basis of these well-establish
ed prinoiples, Judge Clayton days :
, "It is. ovident that, it this doctrine bo correct,
and treason cannot bo committed by rendering
assistance to a usurper who has possession of the
government against the lawful prince, most cer
tainly the citizen of a State, owing not only tem
porary, bnt permanent allegiance to the State
government, cannot bo amenable to the general
government for- rendering obedience to the au
?ority of his State, notwithstanding by so doing
he will violate his Federal allegiance. A contrary
doctrine in conflict between a Stato and gonoral
government, would render the escape of a citizen
from tho orimo of treason impossible; for tho
obedience of one would constitute treason against
Tho Judge proceeds to show that the late war
could not, then, be oonsiderod as a mere rebellion,
but that it was a genuine tear between belligerent
powers?a "cly? war," as he torma it (we think
improperly)?and that individuals engagod in it
are not personally responsible for acts committed
in obedience to the authority of their respective
This position is sustained by a full array of
authorities?among them by decisions of the Uni
ted States Courts during tho war. Tho next step
in the argument is thus stated:
"We cannot hold that the suspension of the
Federal Constitution and laws left the Confederate
Hiatos in perieot anarchy, with no law -controlling
contracte or rights of property. But we con?oive,
that as tho States continued all their power and
funotiona of government which they possessed
before the war. and created a de facto govern
mont with belligerent power, the two combined
possessed authority to enfore tho law and givo
ample protection and validity to the proporty,
rights and contracts of the citizens. The common
and municipal laws of the States, regulating trans
actions and contracte between citizens, wore not
affected by the war, but remained intact, within
the jurisdiction of the Confederate States."
Judge Clayton then proceeds to consider the
powers of the Confederate Oovernment during its
de fado exiatenoe, and shows, very conclusively,
that, as a toar measure, it possessed the power of
issuing treasury notes, and that this power was
entirely independent of any question of its char
acter de jure. He shows, also, that the Federal
Oovernment has recognised the validity of pur
chases made with these notes, by seizing cotton
and other proporty of the Confederate States, the
title to whioh was acquired by the Confederate
Oovernment through purchases made with these
From these considerations tho conoloeion is
drawn with irresistible force, that contracts, of
which the consideration was the payment of Con
federate money, during the de facto exiatenoe of
the Confederate Oovernment, are valid and obli
Our limite of apace and time prohibit any fur
ther statement of this able and interesting de
cision, although It is impossible to condenso it
without injustice to the argument It is, in our
judgment, exhaustive and irrefutable.
The prayer of the bill was granted, and a de
creo entered for the delivery of the cotton to the
complainants, or, in oaee the cotton could not be
had, for the value of it?the defendant to pay the
costo of the suit.
Tlie Lute Rebellion 1st Jamaica
[The following letter, says the New York News,
is handed ua for publication by a gentleman who
has received it from a relative in Jamaica, who
has a large negro population under his spiritual
care. It was written without a view to publica
Oxford, April 2_You ask me for a sensible ac
count of the rebellion and its putting down. To
understand the matter properly it requires some
experience of the negro character and habits;
rules that would apply to an instructed and indus
trious white population living where there was,
a considerable incitement to labor would be inap
plicable to onr population. Tho people are as a rule
very barbaroua in their notions. They have none
of the eelf-rospoct or finer feelings, either of affec
tion or taste, necessary to self-control or govern
ment, and are exceedingly cunning and untruthful
to a degree, as well as suspicious m the extreme.
They were, however, at the same time, considered
by all ae utterly wanting in the power of organi
zation, and trusted and looked upon as trouble
some but harmless people, at the time the rebel
lion broke out. In the midst, then, of
such a populaci?n, living in perfect security,
at the tail end of the island, a rebellion
utterly I unprovoked, but that those who
had rendered themselves amenable to the law for
some petty offences were sentenced by a bench of
magistrates, broke out with the most cruel atro
cities, all the white families being obliged to fly
for thoir lives at night, without even clothing,
whilst some, not fortunato enough to escape thus,
were barbarously murdered. At this time there
were but a few hundred soldiers in' the whole
island, and symptoms of satisfaction and rebel
lion before unheeded in the rost of the parishes,
now understood in their full aignifloanoe when
looked at in the light of tho ?vente of the day,
ripened into action. From the nature of the peo
ple they were incapable of understanding olenicn
cy, and the only hope of stopping what seemed to
bo a dangerous rebellion was to make astern exam
ple of those who had risen in arms against the re
presentatives of government. T.'.i - Go v. Eyre did,
and for it has received, by innumei-ible addresses
presented from all quarters and every class,
the highest approbation. The stories circulated
of eight wells of doad, of womon flogged, and people
wantonly murdered, have been proved to be abso
lute falsehoods, intended to oalumniate Governor
Eyre and the ofiiciiils. That tho people are disaf
fected, have a notion that the Queen moans to
give them all the land for themselves, and has
sent tbeni presents whioh we are keening from
them, and consider themselves oppressed booause
they find thoy still havo to work and can't eat
bread in absolute idleness, I have had abundant
evldenco to prove ; and when people with euoh
feelings aro worked upon by euoh men as George
W. Gordon, s thorough-paced demagogue, with
nothing to loose, being over head and ears in debt
and disgrace ; who shut his own father in prison
and nearly beat him to death ; who got up meetings
all over the island add harangued tho people on
their grievances, whioh oxtsted only in his own
brain, and bid them follow tho example of Hayti :
when he spoke to them of the Governor as a bad
man, who was helping the white people to enslave
them?was it wonderful that their ignorant minds,
worked up thus to a pitch of oxcltomont, should
burst out i uto rebellion, and require a strong hand
to ptlt it dOM II?
The Fenian operations have taken a novel as
poet at Oawogo. Sevoral boxee of a ponderous
nature, and marked "machinery," having been
received at that place, dirootod to Patrick Began,
a promlnont Fenian, the Government authorities
on Sunday ni?;ht thought it advisable to investi
gate. The boxes were found to contain 140 Spring
field rifleo, whioh were accordingly transferred to
the United States fort.. It is ascertained that seve
ral hundred rifles had been already distributed
before the detectives discovered the business.
Circumstances indicate that a Fenian expedition
across the lake was contemplated, in connection
with other simultaneous movomontsj along the
TAKING ISTO CONSIDERATION THE
depression in the prices of MERCHANDISE,
and believing- that the only true mercantile
way of doing business is to meet the market
regardless of cost, we have decided to
mark ear Stock down to saeh prices that
there can be no question in regard to the
fact that we are determined to meet the
Oar FINE CLOTHING is of our own
manufacture, the w-orkmonship of which
we warrant in every particular?,
Annexed will be fonnd a list of some
leading articles, with former and present
Prices. Prices. '
BLAOK DRESS FROCKS.145 $10
BLACK DRESS FROCKS. 40 36
BLACK DRESS FKO?K.H. 36 30
BLACK DRESS FROCKS. 30 26
BLACK DRESS FROCKS.. 20 17
BLACK DRESS FROCKS. 16 13
BLACK DRESS FROCKS_. 12 10
FRENCH OA88IMERB BUSINESS 00AT8 33 28
FRENCH OAS8IMERE BUSINESS 00AT8 30 26
FRENCH OA88IMERE BUSINESS COATS 33 27
FRENCH CASBIMERE LINED SACK. 30 25
FRENCH OA8SIMERE LINED SACK. 28 24
FRENCH OA88IMERE LINED SACK. 23 30
HARRIS CASSIMERE LINED 8A0K. 20 19
FANCY CA88IMERE LINED BACK. 23 19
FINE BLUE MELTON LINED BACK. 23 18
FINE MIXED MELTON ?LINED SACK... 17 16
FINE BLUE FLANNEL LINED SACK.... 17 16
LIGHT MIXED LINED SACK. 18 16
FRENCH CO ATINO SKELETON SACK.. 20 16
FRENCH COATING SKELETON SACK.. IS 14
FRENCH COATING SKELETON SACK.. 16 13
FINE DARK SILK MIXED SKELETON
SAOK.-. 17 14
BROWN MIXED CA8SIHEBE SKBLETON
SAOK. IS 11
BROWN MIXED 0AS8IMERE SKELETON
SAOK. 10 8
BLUE FLANNEL SKELETON SAOK. 12 10
LIGHT MIXED CASSIMERE SKELETON
BACK.-. If 14
LIGHT MIXED CABBIMBRE SKELETON
SAOK..-...... 10 9
LIGHT MIXED CASiT-MERE SKELETON
BACK..?.. T 6
BLACK QUEEN-8 CLOTH SKELETON
SAOK. 7 6
BLAOK QUEEN'S CLOTH SKELETON
SAOK.;--.. 6 6
BLAOK DOESKIN PANTS._. 16 13
BLAOK DOESKIN PANTS. 12 10
BLACK DOESKIN PANTS. 10 9
BLACK DOESKIN PANTS.~. 8 6
FRENCH FANCY OA88IMERE PANTS... 14 12
SILK MIXED CASSIMERE PANTS. 13 10
SILK MIXED OASSIMEBE PANTS. 10 8
FINE BLUE FLANNEL PANTS. 8 7
BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE PANTS.... 9 8
BROWN MIXED OASSIMEBE PANTS.... 7 6
LIGHT SUMMER OAB8IMEBE PANT8.. 13 11
LIGHT SUMMER CASSIMERE PANTS.. 12 10
LIGHT CHECK CASSIMERE PANTS. 6 6
FANCY SILK VESTS. 6 6
BLAOK CLOTH VESTS.:... 6 4
CHECK OA98?MERE VESTS. 4 3
BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE VESTS.... 6 6
BROWN MIXED CASBIMERE VESTS.... 6 4
COTTONaDE PANTS. 3.60 3
COTTONADE PANT8.,. 8 2.60
COTTONADE PANT8. X60 2
We ore receiving by Steamer every week
new and desirable GOODS, adapted
to the season, which we shaU
seU at corresponding
Prices marked in. plain figures npon every
article, from ifkic i ne devia
tion is made?
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
FINE FURNISHING GOODS.
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
April 23 lmo
?bTMARBIAGE and oelibaoy,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, Disooscs and Abusos which prostrate tho vital
pjwerH, with euro moans of relief. Sent freo of chargo
in sealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
April 17 _ Smo.
?T COLGATE'S HONEY 80AP_THI8 CELE
B-RATED Toilet Soap, In suob universal demand,
a made from tho choicest materials, Is mild and
amolllcnt in Its nature, fragrantly ??enteil, and
extremely b?n?ficiai In Its action upon the skin. For |
sale by all Druggists and Fanoy Goods Dealers.
February 7 _lyr
aw ARTIFICIAL EYES.?ARTIFICIAL HU- |
MAN EYES made to order and inserted by Dra. F.
BAUOH and P. GOUGELMANN (formorly employed by
RoigGONKKAU, of Paris), No. 099 Broadway. New York.
?OT AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.?OLD EYES
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine,
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten oent-s. Address
B. B. FOOTS, M. D., No. 1180 Dr ??way, New York.
AW HILL'S HAIB DYE?FIFTY OENTS?I
BLACK OB BROWN.?Instantaneous In effect, reliable
for natoral appearance, beauty ef color and durability,
also the cheapest and best In use. Depot, No. M John
street, corner of William street, New York, and sold by
Druggists and Fanoy Goods Stores everywhere.
November 39 Cmo
aw BATOHELOB'8 HAIR DYE!?THE ORIGINAD
and beat in the world I The only true and perfect HAIB
DYE. Harmlesa, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces
Immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
out Injuring tho hair or skin. Remodle* the ?1 effects o
bad dyes. Bold by all Druggists. The genuine is signed
tYILLIAM A. BATOHELOU. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEUR8,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BAT6HELOB, Mew York.
aW SPEOIAL NOTIOB.?"GREAsTOAllB FROM
little aoorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
aman race spring from causes so small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of soientlflo lore that nil
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate those facts.
Then guard yourselves while you may. The smaRost
pimple on the skin Is a tell-tale and indicator of disease;
It may fade and die away from the surface of tho body,
bul it will reach bhe vitals, perhaps, at last, and death [
jo the result and final close, MAGGIEL'8 BILIOUS |
DY8PEPTTO, and DIARRHEA PILLS oure where all
other? fall. While for Burns*, Scalds, Chilblains, Gute,
and all abrasions of the akin, MAGGLYL'S Salve Is In
fallible. Bold by JT. MAGGIEL, No. 43 Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggists, at 35 oents per box.
?r-RUPTURE CURED I?WHITE'S PATENT
LEVER TRUSS Is warranted to oure RUPTURE radi
cally. Power Is ruado strong or light ' at pleasure.
No pressure on the BACK or CORD. Sold wholesale
and retail. Pamphlets free.
WHITE'S PATENT LEVER TRUSS CO.,
No. 609 Broadway, N. Y.
April 14 atnthflmos
MW CHEAPEST STORE IN NEW ?OBK TO
BUY CHINA. GLASS, STONEWARE, CUTLERY,
8ILVER-PLATHDWARE, ftc. Always on hand, that
popular, new and beautiful White 8tone Parisian Din
ner, Tea and Toilet Set?, handsome as China, same
color and shapes, and half the price. Call and see if
you don't purchase. Goods sont all over the world.
HADLEY'B, COOPER INSTITUTE,
April 14 stnthSmo Middle of the Block.
*?-THE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT
TSRS fa without precedent m the history of the world.
There la no secret in the matter. They are at once the
most speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis
covered. It require? but a single trial to understand
this. Their purity can always be relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Ohamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wlntergreen, Aniso, Cloverbuds, Orange-peel,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock.
They are espeolally recommended to clergymen, pub
lio speakers, and persons of literary habits and seden
tary life, who require free digestion, a relish for food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons are certain to find
In these Bitters what they have so long looked for.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
Thoy aro an antidote to change of water and diet
They over some effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen tho aystem and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They oure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the best Bitters in the world. They make
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
Tho following startling and emphatic statements can
be seen at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. F. Cauta*, Chaplain of the 107th New
Neu? Aoqdia Cbebk, March 4th? 1663.
Owing to tho great exposure and terrible decomposi
tion after tho battle of Antlotam, I was utterly prostrat
ed and very sick. My stomach, would not retain medi
cine, An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DiiAHE, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appotltr*. To my great surprise they
gave mo immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
me to Join my regiment. * * * * I have slnoe seen
them used in many cases, and am freo to say, for hos
pital or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Bov. E. F. CRAME, Chaplain.
Loiter from the Rev. N. E. Gru?s, 8t. Clalravllle, Pa.
Gentlemen:?You were kind enough, on a former oc
casion, to send me a half doxzen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for $3 60. My wife having derived so much
benefit from the use of these Bitters, I desire her to
continuo them, and you will please send us six bottles
more for the money enclos ed.
I am, very truly, yours,
N. E. GILDS, Pastor Gor. Ref. Church,
?oi.Dixns' Home, SoPEBirrrRNnzK-T's Office, )
Cincinnati, Onio, Jan. 16th, 1808. J
a a m ..a m a a ? a
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
our noble soldiers who step here, more or loss disabled
from various causea, and the effect Is marvellous and
Such a preparation as this Is I heartily wish in every
family, in every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. Cnmns, Surgeon of the Tenth Vermont Re*
glmont, writes:?"I wish every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are the most effectlre, per
fect, and harmless tonto Z ever used."
Willabo's Hotbi., ).
WAsnrNOTON, D. 0? May 23d, 1808. ]
GzirruzuKN:?We require another supply of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity of which dally in
creaess with the guests of our house.
SYKES, OHADWIOZ k CO.
Ac. Ac, &c. ko. Ac
Be sure that every bottle bears the fac-slmlle of onr
signature on a stsel plate label, with onr private stamp
Over the cork.
P. H. BRAKE & 00,
No. 203 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Sold by aUretpectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocers,
Hotels, Saloons, and country dealers.
I April 19 thstulyr
AND SICKNESS PREVENTED BY U8INO THE CELE
AMONO WHICH ARE
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLICON,
Which will infallibly, positively, invariably euro ah
those torturing, perplexing, and debilitating symptom,
commonly known as FBMALE DISEASE, WEAKNESS,
IRREGULARITIE8, etc,, whloh weary and render an.
happy so in my women between the age? of 16 and 60,
for which the medical profeselon seeks In vain for?
remody, and from whloh wealth, position, delicacy, and
refinement afford no exemption.
Read the following:
La**atzttk, Kt?, Jane 31, -I860.
I am a graduate of the regular Medical Colleges. Eight
een months ago I had seven cases of severo fomale dis
ease which I had entirely failed to care. One lady bad
constant hysterics; ono bad every sympton of epileptic
convulsions cons?quent Upon deranged menstruation;
others had white?, ladling, irregularities, and all trhe se
vere symptoms of continued uterine derangement.
Having my attention called to MARSHALL'S UTERINE
CATHOLICON, I used it, and it eared every case. Then
ha? not been a singlo failure in its operation.
0. J. NORTHINO-TON, M. D.
BB~Beo that the seal of the Graefenberg Company li
on ?very bottle.~\tTk
THE GRAEFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS
Aro tbe>] best in the world for family use, and for Indi,
gestion ? Constipation ? Headache? Nervousness?1311
ibusnecs ?Heartburn ? Acidity? Nausea? Flatulenoo?
Want of Appetite?Dyspepsia?Liver Complaint?Ori
On account of their great mUdneas, and from tbo fact
that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave the bowels In
constipated condition, tho Oraefenberg Flu? will be
fouud more pleasant than any others.
49~Prloe 36 cent? per box. On the receipt of ono dol
lar four boxea will be sent by mail, free of postage, to
aay part of the country.
DYSENTERY BYRUP.?Price 60 cent?.
InfaUiblo In all oases of bowel complaints, and a cer
tain core tor ASIATIC CHOLERA.
OREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT.?Price 36 cent?.
BE-tTor Barns, Bruises, Scalds, Old Bores, Chilblains,
Chapped Skin, Cold Sores, and wherever there Is in
fiamination. It act? like magic.-"d
SE~Tho Ointment is guaranteed as the best applica
tion in the world for the above. It acts moro quloklj
and oertainly than any other ever offered to the publia
CHILDREN'S PANACEA.?60 cents.
ETE LOTION_36 cent?.
HEALTH BITTEBB.?36 cent?.
FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY.?60 cent?.
MANUAL OF HEALTH.?36 cent?. A complete Fami
ly Physician. Sent by mall on receipt of 36 cent?.
THE GRAEFENBERG FAMILY MEDICINES are pre
pared un dor the immediate supervision of a 8KILFUI
PHYSICIAN, and they may be relied upon in all ease?
49-THEY ARE PURELY VEGETABLE.-??&
49-They have been the leading American Rem?die*
for 30 years.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by THE GRAEFENBERG
COMPANY, No. 139 William street. New V <rk, and by
the trade generally.
ijarThe trade supplied on liberal terms, by
KING & CAS8IDEY.
March 17 etathSmos CHARLESTON. 8. a
NATURE'S OWN REMEDIES.
Congress Spring Water.
Espire Spring Water.
Colombian Spring Water.
NO NATURAL OB ARTIFICIAL COMPOUND HAS
yet boen discovered or UASorscrroaxn that equals the??
wate? u a PREVENTIVE, RELIEF AND PERMA
MENT CURE, for many temporary and ?hronio dis
eases, m proved by the experience of many thou sands
who have drank them for year?, with the moat beneficia
I? a cathartic, alterative and tonic, and la a valuable
remedy for affection? of the Liver and Kidneys, Dys
pepsia, Goat, Chronic Constipation and Cutaneous dis
eases. It is a most powerful preventive of the Fevers
and Binons Complaints, so prevalent in warm climate?
Is a cathartic, and a valuable remedy forBhoumatiam,
Derangement of the Liver, Diseases of the 8km, and
General Debility. Its effects are most salutary In Long
Disease?. It is an almost hubs cube for Bcrofulu, ana
the most aggravated forms ot Dyspepsia, As a fskvem
TivE and ctmz for all BUioos Derangements, It stands
la a tonic and dluretjo of a highly beneficial character,
and is a r-osiTrvs rkkxby for Diabetes, Gravel, Calc?les,
Irritation and Inflammation of tho Kidneys and Bladder,
and has most singularly active ?fleet h in restoring tbest
organs when debilitated by long disease.. Females who
have suffered, for years from trrcgiilartty, and the dis
tressing disease? known only to their sex, hayo been
entirely cured by tho faithful and judicious use of CO
These waters are bottled fresh and pure, from eaob ot
the above-named Springs, in ao careful and secare t
manrnr that they preserve all their medicinal value for
years, and will be fonnd equally efficacious when drank
thousands of ?alien distant, as whim taken direoUy from
Beware of Imitations and inferior Waters; tho corks ol
all genuino Congress, Empire and Columbian Waters
aro branded on the side of the cork, thus :
( OoNaBESS Wazeb, \ - - I Empibs W ates, 1
[ C. k E. S. Co. f \ O. k E. B. Co. J
( Oolumj-iax W?txb, 1
I 4). kB. S. Co. J
Packed safely and seoorely, In boxes suitable for ship?
ment to any part of the world. Congress and Empire
Waters In hoses, containing 4 Doten Pinta, or 3 Dozes
Quart Bottle? each. - Columbian Water in boxes contain
ing 4, or 6 Dosen Half Pints, or 4 Doeen Pint Bottles
Sold by all Druggists, Hotels, Wine Merchants, and
Sold only at Wholesale by
HOKHKIU SONS, Prop'rs.,
No. 02 Beekman-street, 1ST. Y.
BE" Orders by mall receive prompt attention.
March 16_trufa] 3m?
LOUIS D. DBSAUSSURE,
BROKER '& (MISSION MERCHANT,
FOR THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c.,
A2TD SALE OF
Cotton? Naval Stores and Produce.
OFFICE NO. ?3 BROAD-STIIEET,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
March VI_laths?* tus8mo
MINNISS & CONDON.
HOUSE AN? SHIF PLUMBERS,
No. 4 STATE-STREET,
JOBBTN0 ATTENDED TO "AT SHORTEST NOTICE,
Apra 5 _ : ' * ' thstnamos
ECOS?MV TO ATTHND TO IT BAItLV.
EFFSOTOALLY PREVENTS INJURY TO CLOTHES.
ko., from Moths, and cheaply enough If you attend
to it xow. Every dragglit has O. 0. HARRIS k CHAP
MAN, Boston. tuthsS April a?
aw siMii.iA sinniaiuus ovkantur.
PREVENTION AND CURE
As tho season advances, and Dyscntory, Cholera Mor
bus, attended with Fovers, aro booumlng common, a
PREVENTION for the ASIATIC CHOLERA Isa necessi
ty with ovory individual and ovory family.
In tbo last visitation of Cholom In this country, Dr.
HUMPHREY8* SPECIFIC was regarded, wherever the
pressure on his time allowod It to bo introduced, as the
surest PREVENTIVE and moBt effectual CURE given to
Of those who use the PREVENTIVE faithfully, only
about flvo per cent, were attacked, and of cases treated
the mortality was loss than four por cent.
One-half ounce vials.$1.00
Pocket cases, three throe-quartor vials, and book of
directions, completo. 3.00
Family cases, three one-ounce vials, and book,
Bent bj mall free on receipt of price.
ANCHOR SYPHILOID, cures Gouorrhcoa, Gleet,
Old Urinary Complaints.(2.00
STAR SYPHILOID (ca?o of three bottles and book),
oures recent Syphilis, Chancres, Buboes. 6.09
Sent by mall on receipt of price.
Specific Homeopathic Medicino Company,
No. 662 Broadway, Now York.
KINO & CASSIDEY,
Charleston, S. C.
Let the World Look Here !
THE MOST MIRACULOUS DI8COVERY. BESIDES
the most philanthropic known to man. Let th?
world no longer suffer and die for tho wuutof a remedy
yes, A0URE FOR
LET SUFFERING HUMANITY REJOICE I LET
the world be glad 1
The revealed cure for Small Pox will cure, in every
instance, from ten to fifteen days, its effects are im
mediate, and it acts like a charm. It is purely a vegeta
ble compound. Directions accompany each bottle.
For salo by PLUMB k LEITNEtt Augusta.
A. A. SOLOMONS k CO., Savannah.
All desiring Information must address S. A. GRAY,.
Proprietor, Waynesboro", Ga, ,
For sale in Charleston by
JOSEPH A. MORGAN.
No. 166 Meoting-Bt
THE ASTONISHING SUCCESS WHICH HAS AT
TENDED this invaluable medicino proves It the
moat perfect remedy ever discovered. No language can
convey an adequate idea of the immediate and alrnoet
mlraculoqa change which It occasions to the debilitated
and shattered system. In fact, it stands unrivalled as a
remedy for the perfect ou?e of
Loss of Muscular Energy,
. Non-retention or
Disease? of the
Stone In the
And all Diseases or Affections of the Bladder and Eid?
neys, and Dropsical Swelling? existing In Men, Women,
FOR THOSE DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES
CONSTITUTION WATER 18 A SOVEREIGN
These Irregularities are the chufo of frequently recur
ring disease, and thronpV neglect tho seeds of more
grave snd dangerous maVidies aro the result; and as
month alter month passes without an effort being made
to assist nature, the difficulty becomes chronic, the va
lient gradually los? a her appetite, the bowels are con
stipated, night sweats como on, and consumption final
ly ends her career. ?.
For sale by all Druggist*.. Price St. .
. ?, W. H. GREGG A CO.,
i.: i MORGAN A ALLEN,
General Agents, No. 46 Cliff street, New York.
April 14 t 6mos
For the Handker<
A Host Exquisite, Delicate, and Fra
grant Perfume, Distilled from the Bare
and Beautiful Flower- from which, it
takes its naine.
Manufacture*.11 ouly Lv ^?TIAIaOM A SON,
BEWaPE CF ^?HTEEFET^
ABE FOR P^ALON-S-TAltE NO OTHEF.
Bold by DnjeyVa eencndly;
rjnHE SUBSCRIBER DESIRES TO RETURN HTA
X thanks to bit? old friend? arid pstrons for pastAvS
vor?, and inform them that h? has onmmentvM) seam thaT
eopi?s) htttitsaaKvrliA UPHOLSTERING and job cab
PENTEIUNG. Fcralturo repaired with neatness and.
dispatch, and Old Furniture bongbt and ?old. ,
I would respectfully refer to the following gcuUemftn,
for capacity and reliability: D. H. BILCOX and E. It.
Ordert left at the store of MoEAY A CAMPBELL?,
Auctlon House, Hasel street, next to the Postomce, *?rllk
meat with prompt attention. 3. L. LUN8FORD.
April u Imo