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VOLUME II....N0. 275.1
CHARLESTON, S. O., WEDNESDAY. JULY 4, 1866.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Additional Foreign New? l>y tlie Culta.
NEW YOIIK, July 3.-The report of tho Jamaica
.Conimiaaiou of Inquiry ha d boon prosoutod to
Parliament. Tho Commissioners commend the
prompt and ouorgetic action of Govornor EYRE
on tho Cn.it nena of tho outbreak, but roudornn
bim foi- allowing martial law- to continuo aftor
tho outbreak had boon suppressed, and for not
exercising a proper coutrol over thoso seat out
against tho blacks. Thoro ie no evidence, they
_ eay, of an intended gouoral insurrection of tho
mt blacka. Mr, EYRE is not to bo reinstated aa Gov
B crnor of Jamaica.
r A communication from Paris statos that the
United States Cabinet had inado a positivo non
intervention agroomont with NAPOLEON as regarda
Mexico, and that it is ia tho faith of this under
standing that tho French troops aro to be with
VicTou EMANUEL has issuod a stirring mani
festo to tho Italians. Ho recapitulates the effect
of the last war ou Italy, and regrets that, for
supreme roaaons, the noble provinoe of Venotia
was then allowod to romain in tho bands of tbo
Austrian,?, but a favorable opportunity has now
arrived to accomplish the independence of Venotia
from Austrian rulo. Ho charges the Austrian?
with having assumed a hostile and threatening
attitudo on tho Italian frontier,-to disturb the
pacifie cast of the reorganization of Italy. He
had replied by again taking up arma, but never
theless showed his desire for peaoe, by accepting
tho proposal for a conference Austria having
refused it, affords a fresh proof, if ehe relies ou
\ her strength, that she doos not equally rely upon
I the j nuilee of her cause.
The manifesto concludes with a patriotic decla
I ration, expressing tho assurance that Italy has
?the sympathy of Europe, and hands over the
.government of the State to the Prince of Cavaig
naiio, whilo ho again takes np the eagles of
Gee ta and Paatrango, of Palie itrio and Marino.
?WASHINGTON, July 3.-During the week the Son
ate has rejected an unuaual number of the Presi
dent's appointments, most of whom wero soldiers
With a bright record. PETEB L. FAY, nominated
for postmaster of St. Louis, Mo., was rejected for
'the second time. Senator LAMB did not die immo
? di at ely. A Le avon worth dispatch says that he
was alive at last accounts but unconscious, and
I without any hopes of recovery. Tho joint rosolu
?tion authorizing the purchase, for $5000, of the
law library of the late JAMES L. PETIGB., of
.South Carolina, baa passed the Sonate.
?Congress has adjourned over until Thursday.
'A letter has been received here from Gen. MA
.OBUDEB, late of the 0. S. A., now in Mexioo, ask
ing a friend to intercede for him with the ?. S.
T ?Government. MAODBDEB says: "I want permis
sion to return to the United Statos. The Impe
rial Government has gone to hell, and haa no
money, and wo have to get away from here. Many
have already left. PaicE, myself, and a few oth
ers are still here, but wo must look out for some
place togo to. There is no hope for anything
.moro here. "
Fire In Brooklyn.
NEW YOBZ, July 3.-The extensive stables of S.
<3. JACKSON, in Brooklyn, were burned last night,
and many horses perished in the flames. Among
them wore the Hamiltouiau Stallion Mystery,
valued at $.000, Red Jacket, Sunshine, and other
valuable borsos. FDWAUD CLOCK, a fireman, was
run ovor by au engine in the vicinity of the fire
Mew York Market.
NEW YORK, July 3.-Receipts of cotton for the
week from all points 14,000 bales. Exports of the
week from all points 0000 bales. Stock on hand
298,000 bales. Cotton to-day dull at 36@38o;
L Salea o? 5500 bbls flour at firstname.lastname@example.org for Stato.
$8.85@$18.75 for Western; $10.20@$15 for South
ern. Sales of 18,000 bushels wheat; new Milwau
kee $2.2G@$2.05. Corn advauced l@2o; sales of
180,000 bushols at 87J@88Jc. Boo f steady. Pork
heavy; sales good at $32@$32.50. Lard dull.
Whiskey dull. Naval storoB dull. Gold 63.
New Orleans market.
NEW OnLEANs, July 8.- Cotton firmer ; sales of
700 bales. Low Middling 31- to 32c. Gold 51}.
THE FINANCES OF CANADA_The Financo Minis
ter of Canada reports tho expenditures of the
year to have been $12,100,000. The whole trade of
tho provinco haa increased $18,000,000. The Fe
nian raid cost $1,100,000, and in view of further
trouble $1,500,000 instead of $50,000, for military
purposes, was placed in tho estimates. The esti
mated falling off in r??venue, in consequence of
the abrogation of tho reciprocity treaty, is
-$1,000,000. In order to supply the deficienoy, an
increase of tho tariff on various articles is recom
mended. Thoso changes go into effect at once.
On the more strictly financial question. Mr. Galt
announced that tbe Government had to provide
for over $5,000,000, to raise which they proposed,
Instead of going to England, to i-sue legal tender
Snotes to that extent.
The Minister alludes to the effectual manner in
whioh the United States Government dealt with
the Fenians, but says that the Fenian snake was
"soot-hed," n not killed. The duty of the provinco
was to bo in a position moro effectually to repel
-- a ?a- -? ??? ?
A VEIISION or THEPBU-SIANS TO THEWAB.-Thore
is great popular diacontont among the Prussian
people at the determination of tbo government to
go lo war. A correspondent of the Paris Tamps
says that in travolliug through the Bhenish prov
inces belonging to Prussia, he found tbo prisons
of Coblontz, Cologne, Lusaoldprf, Wesel, Minden
and Munster fillod with soldlors of tbo landwehr,
accused of seditious cries or of acts of grave in
subordination. Soldiora on the way to the army
sang songs against Count de Bismark, and oven
against the King. Others shouted out : "The
Austrians forover !" without any fear, and the offi
cers protended not to hoar. The same writer says:
"The discontent is increasing every day. Nearly
all the manufaoturing'estabhshments in tbo prov
ince aro already olosod, or on tho point of being
.so. Co m morco is defunet, bankruptcies ititi u
merable: in another week there \?ill be a vast
number of workmen out of employment, and the
.consoquenoes of such a state of things are easy to
foresee. At Berlin tho situation is similar, with,
Uiowever, thia difference, that disturbanoes have
galready commenced there."
..Prison Life of Jefferson Davis"-An In
terview with the Author.
Messrs. Editors :-Dr. CRAVEN, the author of
tho abovo work, by invitation, mot mo at tbo
rcsidonco of a gentleman in Newark, N. J., whoro
I waa ?ponding a night during my rccont visit to
tho North. Ho brought his book, thon number
ing forty pages in proof, which ho permitted me
to road. My friond, Bov. W. O. POWEB, of Char
lotto, N. C, was presont. Our oirolo was aoloct
and appreciative, for the family whoso guests we
wero sympathized strongly with suffering South
erners, having thoniBolvcs loarnod something of
persecution in Baltimore during the war. Dr.
CRAVEN is 4 man of quiet, gentlemanly appoar
anco and. doportmont-?rm in his political con
victions and prepossessions ; and these are
of a Northern oharactor-but still thoro could
bo dotootod nothing in his marmor or his ?peech
to indicate arrogance or self-gratulation in con
sequonco of the triumph of his section. Like
many others on the opposite side, who oubmittod
to the hardships of the camp and the dangers of
tho battlo-fiold, ho rather manifested a desire to
eoe justico done to overy ono.
Ho entered the Federal service at the begin
ning of hostilities. Indeed, my impression is,
that ho waa an old army aurgoon. He was at the
first battlo of Manaseis,'and spoke of Dr. STONE,
an orratic United States army surgeon, whom
KERSHAW BO adroitly captured, and whom I had
tho honor of conveying with a wounded Confede
rate officer- whoao arm ho saved-to Manaseas
Junction, immediately after the fight. The doctor
seemed anxious that wo should read his book,
and frankly oxprees our views as wo progressed.
It was accordingly read to tho select audionco,
and in the author's presence opinions wero freely
interchanged. At times they wero of a decidedly
politioal cast, and especially so when referring to
tho person and official aots of the author's sub
ject. Dr. CRAVEN listened with marked and re
a peet ful attention, and gave interesting exposi
tions of different portions of his book, represent
ing the utterances which developed the character
of Mr. DAVIS under new auspices-all of which
did oredit to the head and heart of the former,
and justice to the Utter.
In his visits to Mr. DAVIS he wa? prohibited
from holding any general conversation with him;
but it appears that this prohibition was not en
forced in a peremptory military order until after he
had had frequont and satisfactory interviews with
him. He was commanded to converse with him
only on professional matters; and under tho
ceaseless vigilance of the guard pacing the apart
ment and torturing the very soul of its inmate,
he was compelled in the most stealthy manner to
interchange thoughts in low whispers. This ob
viously opprossed the communicative spirit of
the imprisoned statesman. The doctor treasured
in a retentive memory everything that fell from
Mr. DAVIS' lips, and immediately on returning to
his quarte? he would transfer every thought,
with much of the language, to paper. No one
who iu acquainted with Mr. DAVIS' pure, terse and
ph?oaophlo style of writing and Bpeaking will fail
to recognize throughout the book what was so
well rememberod and recorded by his surgeon.
Like KOSWELL-though free from that celebrated
biographer's impudent inquisitivenesa, in his
close and untiring surveillance of Dr. JOHNSON
ho embraced every opportunity to study his illus
trious subject, with whose name his own will ever
be associated in hiatc ry.
Said Dr. CRAVEN to me, "It has been denied
that Mr. DAVIS was ironed when first inoarcera
ed, but I witnessed the riveting of the fetters, and
my testimony is in my book. The mo Bt Bolenm
and impressive scene I over beheld in my life,"
ho continued, "was the administration of the
communion to Mr. DAVIS the night it was thought
he would certainly die." He spoke of his calm
ness and resignation in view of death, and the
simple faith he exercised in his Redeemer's merits.
The doctor fully expected to see his patient re
lieved of his intense sufferings before morning,
and that patient was ready to go.
Tho author spoke in very strong terms of MU.ES,
the military jailor of Mr. DAVIS; and hie book con
tains many equally strong allusions to this mag
nanimous hero, "clothed in a little briof authori
ty." He said ono object of the book was to ox
pose his inhumanity. He informed me that it
was on MILES' own authority ho issued the infa
mous order forbidding any offioer or soldier from
offering to Mr. DAVIS the ordinary salutations of
the day, such ?B a touch of the hat, or even a nod.
It seems that every person about the fort in
Btinotively inclined to recognize the prisoner as a
distinguished American citizen, and to aoknowl
edgo what every one could not but feel-his su
periority-by showing him proper respect; and
this vexod the patriotio soul of his head keeper.
It were scarcely possible just here to refrain from
recalling Hamlet, when bo instituted the compa
rison of Hyperion and Satyr to illustrate two
strikingly opposite Danish characters 1
One of us ventured the observation that the
book would be a fortune to the doctor, but its ap
pearance just now might involve him in serious
trouble. He replied that he had but one object
in view, and that was to do justice to Mr. DAVIS.
No one who has ever oomo in social and friendly
contact with the President of the late Con
federacy, will bo surprised at the deep impression
he made npon his medioal attendant. When ho
was about to bid me adieu, he remarkod that ho
was anxious that tho subject of his memoir should
peruse it himself; "and," said the doctor, chang
ing his calm manner into one of enthusiasm, "if
he assures me that I havo justly represented him,
I shall be satisfied. This is all I dosire."
I have taken the liberty of oommunicating those
facts to the public as tbey wore dovoloped in a
somowhat remarkable interview with an author,
on the eve of publishing a book, whioh will live
when himself and unborn generations shall have
passed away; and, at tho same time, hoping that
it will olicit for him-even amid the desolation to
whioh ho may havo given his approval-the
respect whioh should be accorded to him person
ally for his manly defence of ono whose high and
sensitive spirit-without the maro formality of a
trial-now chafes in ignominious bondage, be
oanse he dared to represent, as their chosen and
honored chief, a pooplo who struggled in vain for
that to whioh they believed the law of nature and
of God entitled them-the right of Bolf-govern
ment. E. J. M.
OUABLESTOU, S. O.
NEW ?OllIt LKTTKK,
[FBOM OOB OWN OOBBESPONDENT.]
NEW YORK, Juno 28.-It is raroly that your cor
respondout vonturofl to touch upon tho all-import
ant subject of tho fashions-I hat is to say, all
important at least in the estimation of the fuir
sox. Moultrie, conscious of his ignoranco and
inexperience, and of tho remarkable delicacy and
nicoty requirod for tho proper handling of such
subjects, has generally taken tho precaution of
steering oloar thereof; but now a fashion has beon
introduced ao ontiroly curious and novel as to de
mand mention, oven through tho pon of your mo
dest correspondent, who blushes as ho dares with
sacrilegious hand to lift tho veil that conceals the
hidden mystorios of a lady's toilette It may not
bo amiss hero for mo to premiso what I am about
to reveal with the remark that my information ia
from a friend who dorived his from a confiding
wife, who derivod her'a from a confiding lady
friend. The secret then is that the young ladies
of this city, at least .many of them, wear crutchoa
-not crutches which are UBod by individuals who
havo lost one of their nether limbs, and require
artificial support-but invisiblo crutches, worn
for the purpose of keeping the shoulders woll up.
The top of the crutch fits under tho arm, whilst
the piece of steel whioh forms the body of tho
crutch is firmly fixed in a convenient reoeptable
located in a certain portion of a lady's attire which
wo will suppose that a now kind of "stay" law for
bids my mentioning by name. The lady thus
orutched in this "shoaldor-arms," military style,
goes forth into Broadway or tho avonuo (of course
the Fifth) gracefully bearing on high a pretty
little parasol, with bor arm in such a position as
to form a perfect right anglo at the elbow.
Yesterday was the hottest day of tho season so
far, and it is most earnestly to be hoped that
there ia no hotter diy in storo for us this sum
mer. The thermometer at one time, or rather
the mercury in the thermometer, rose as high as
ninety-eight degroaa in the ahado. Thoro were a
great many caseB of coup de soleil or sun-stroke,
and in the majority of thom the victims died al
most immediately. Tho ontire city was in an
awful state of perspiration, old mon and young
men, old ladies and young ladies, big children
and little children and babies, ail perspired, and
all were at a white heat, except the negroes, who
were at ? blaok heat. To-day we have had some
raia, whioh has coolod tho atmospbero somewhat,
and for the present we have a respite from the
The Board of Aldermen have notified tho multi
tude tfiat there is not eufiiciont money in the City
Treasury to admit of their laying out any on a
Fourth of July celebration; novertholoss tho
troops will turn out, the ohildron will shoot fire
crackers (as the ohildron in the South do On
Christmas), and there will be a gay and a hot
time generally on Independence Day.
Another oaae of cholera has been reported. The
Asiatic enemy on this occasion attacked a Fenian
lady, but the Fenian lady received the charge
gallantly, and, at last accounts, was rapidly re
covering. There is no doubt bat that the oholera
is on its last legs, and will limp of soon in oholerio
disgrace and humiliation.
Spiritual manifestations have assumed a now
phase, and one which clearly demonstrates that
spirits are no fools, but can look to the interest of
a number one, aa well as creatures of flesh and
blood. On last Snnday avening a dishonest ghost
stole a braoelot, together with a numbor of rings
and some ribbon, during a spiritual reception at
No. 814 Broadway. A lady of flesh and blood has
been arrested on suspicion, but as the artioles
have not been found, it is presumed that they
have really been spirited away.
Tho immense amount of travelling done hore in
the city cars can be estimated from tho following
statistics of the receipts of somo of thom for five
months onding May Slat : Broadway and Sev
onth Avenue Railroad $27;),217; Eighth Avenue
$291,0C2; Second Avenue $159,179; Third Avenue
1438,789; and such amounts are received with the
fare as low as six cents.
A Temperance Association has been organized
here for tho purpose of upholding the Excise Law,
raising their hands up in its favor, and sotting
their foots down upon drunkenness. *',. Cock
tails, however, rulo tho day and honr in this hot
weather, and the tempor?neo movement will not
pay expenses. A man who, when the thermome
ter make? ninety-eight in the shade, invests a
quarter in a tempting sherry cobler well paoked
with ico is, in my opinion, to be excused.
I do not think, however, that thore ia any ex
cuse to be offered for a man who, in such weather,
indulges himself in the recreation of a two mile
foot race. Such a race came off yesterday at
Yorkville, between two men named HANDINQ and
BBABY, for one hundred dollars a Bide. BRADY
won tho race and got tho greenbacks.
The Radical papers hero are amusing thom
selves by abusing Judge CABDOZO. Tho more
abuse they heap upon him tho more popular does
the Judge become. His decision as regards the
unconstitutionally of the Excise Law was a wise
and just one, and is generally approved by the
community, whilst tho boor drinker? romember
him nightly in their prayers, and daily and
nightly in their imbibioga.
The theatres aro still doing a fine business.
BARNCH, among other curiosities, exhibits the
"Carolina Twins," a fat baby, a tall giantess, a
half dozen dwarfs, and a now happy family. BRY
ANT is still at Wallack's in BOUBCIOAOLT'S play, tho
"Colleen Bawn." Tho RAVELS at Niblo's; BROUO
nAM at Winter Carden; Mrs. JOHN WOOD at the
Olympic, and a new eirene at the Hippotheatron
building in Fourteenth-street. MOULTRIE.
-1 a a
OOVEBNOB HAMILTON AND THE RADICALS.-It is
reported that Oovernor Hamilton, of Texas, who
is now in this o i ty, has gono over to the Radical
party, and will bo serenaded by thom shortly, in
order to get ita expression of his views in opoosi
tion to the Administration. Since his stay hero
ho has denounced Throokmorton, the candidate
for Oovernor of Texts, as a disloyal man, and
recommends that tho so-called Union whites and
loyal blaoka should unite and establish impartial
enfflrage by force, lie thinks that if snob a course
was adopted tho Prosldent would not dare to in
terfere, and, if he did, that tho army in that quar
ter could not be influenced to refrain from intor
foring- Wash. Qor.,PhQa. Age.
PSf-Tlie Friends sand Aci_.ialntanccs ?if Mr.
B. S. R1IETT, oro roqccetod to attend his Funeral
Services, at bia residonco corner Rutlodgo and Vandor
horst strcola, at Five o'clock This Afternoon.
July 4 .
ttr CONSIGNEES' NOTICE-MERCHANTS'
LINE-8choonor WIDE WOULD will dlscbargo cargo
To-Morrow, ?li Inslant, at Adger's North Wharf. All
goode not called for beforo miusot will bo stored at risk
and expenso of consignee WM. BOAOn,
July 4 1 Cornor East Bay and Adgor'a Wharf.
?- NOTICE-CONSIGNEES PER 8CHOON
Elt FRANKLIN, from Boston, aro notified that she la
discharging cargo at BROWN b Co's South Wharf. All
goods romalnlng on the wharf at aunaot w11*, be stored
at owner's risk and oxpenso.
July 3_2_GEO. W. PL ARK b CO.
?-CONSIGNEES' NOTICE_THE SHIP
SOUTHERN RIGHTS, Captain Rosa, having boon enter
ed at the Custom House under the Five Day Act, will
discharge her cargo at Accommodation Wharf. All
articles not pormlttod will be sent to atoro.
July 2_,_BAVENBL & OP.
M.iYOB'a OFFICE, 1
On-ABt-K8TON, July 3, I860, j
AT THE BUOGEBTION OF THE COMMANDING
OFFICER of tho Post, and to guard agslnst disorder
and violence on tho 4th Instant, ALL BAR-ROOMS
WILL BE CLOSED ON THAT DAY, and all good c1 ti
zona ero earnestly called upon to assist In maintaining
order on that day. F. O. GAILLARD,
?-CUSTOM HOUSE, CHARLESTON, C. C.,
COLI.FCTOH'H Ornea, July 8, 1830.- Wednesday, 4th in
?tant, being the Anniversary of our National Inde
pendence, tho Custom House will be dosed.
A. O. MACKEY,
?-OFFICE CLERK 0. G. 8. AND C. P.- OR
DERED that Friday noxt, the 6th instant, bo appointed
aa Sentence Day and for the call of the Contingent
From the Minutes of the Court, Jilly 2,1866.
J. W. BROWNFIELD,
Julys_3_0. a. 9. b O. MM
?.-BRITISH CONSULATE.-PORT OP
CHARLESTON.-During the absence of H. M. Consul,
the undersigned will attend at tho Consulate at No. 60
King street. CHARLES E. WALKER,
Joly3_3*_H. M. Acting Oonsnl.
?-EXECUTOR'S NOTICE-ALL PERSONS
having any demands against the Ute JOSHUA B.
WHIT BID GE, of St John's OoUeton, M. D. and Plant
er, will present the.ti, properly attested; and those in.
debted -ill make payment to WILLIAM WHALEY, So
lleltor, No. 4.3 Broad street. OSMA BAILEY,
June 2 swia* Executor.
?- ESTATE NOTICE-ALL PER80NS HAV
ING claims against the Estates of Miss PAMELA DU
QUEROBON and of LEOPOLD DUQUEBOBON, wUl
present them, dul.r attested, and persons Indebted will
mile payment, to Q. W. DINGLE, Attorney at Law,
No. 57 Broad-street. AUG. DDQDEBORON.
1 Jane 5 lamoSmoe Administrator.
?ST NOTICE-ELIZA O'NEILL, ADMINIS
TRATRIX. OF REV. P. O'NEILL M. MARIA T. Mo
KEWN, AND OTHERS.-Pursuant to tho decree of the
18th May, 1866, notice la hereby given the Creditors of
the Estate of the Bev. PATRICK O'NEILL, deceased,
to come in and establish their claims before mo, on or
before the 1st of September next.
JAMES W. ORAY,
MaySl_tbSmos_Master in Equity.
?-N?TIGE. -JOEL WIMBERLY ?AND
OTHERS vi. DANIEL B. HDTTO, Administrator de
boni* non of ISAAC WIMBEBLY and others.-It appear
ing to my sa-slaction that SIMEON HUSSEY and LO
VEY U-SSE-, his wife, ANDREW WIMBERL-Y, and
ABRAHAM WIMBEBLEY, three of Defendants to this
cause, ar?- ?.bsent from and without the limits of this
State: on motion of TRACT, for Plaintiffs, it is ordered
that the said Defendants do plead, answer or demur
hore to with In three monthsfrom the date hereof, or a
docreopro confetto will bo entorod of record against
them. B. STORES, C. E. O. D.
Commissioner's oiUcc, Colinton Dist, 8. C, May l8,
?-STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-By Q-EOBGE BUIST, Esq.,
Ordinary-Whereas, WILLIAM JOHNSON, of Charles
ton, Merchant, made suit to me to grant bim Letters of
Administration of the Estate and Effect? of JAMES S.
J0HN80N, late of Charleston, Stalo Assessor: Those
aro, therefore, to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and crodltors of the said JAME. 8
JOHNSON, deceased, that they be and appear before
me, In tho Court of Ordinary, to bo hold at Charles
ton, on tho 11th day of July, 1806, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, If any they have, why the said Administration
should not bo granted.
Given under my hand this 26th day of June,
Anno Domini 1866. GEORGE BUIST,
Jnno 37_w3_Judge of Probatea.
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Juno 26 tuthslmos
Wonderful but True!
MADAME REMINGTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
Antrologlst and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while In
clairvoyant state, dclineatee the vory features of the per
son you are to m airy, and by the aid of an instrument
of Intense power, known aa the Psyohomotrope, guar
antees to produce a perfect and life-like picture of the
futuro husband or wife of the applicant, with date of
marriage, occupation, leading traita of oharaetor, &o.
This ia no imposition, as testimonials without number
can' assert By stating place of birth, age, disposition,
color of eyes and bair, and enclosing fifty cents, and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re
coiTo the picture by return mail, together with desired
Address in eonfldenoe. Madame GERTRUDE REM
INGTON, P. O. Box M7. Weat Troy, N. F.
What the Illustrious abernethy said*
"Well, sir, what's the matter?" said AUBBNETHX, tha
great English surgeon, to a oadaverous-looklng patient,
who had callod to commit him. "Oh, nothing serloua,"
was the reply, "my stomach and liver are out of order,
that's all." "Do yon call that nothing serloua?" said
ABEBNKTHT; "I tell you, sir, that when these two or
gans are out of ordor, as you call it, there's not a square
Inch of the body that la not more or less dlseasoi), n or a
drop of blood in it that is In a healthful condition."
Nothing can be more true; therefore it Is of the very
highest importance to keep the stomajb and liver in a
vigorous condition. If the one is weak and the oth er
irregular in its action, tone and control them with
HOBTETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS
the most genial vegetable Restorative and Alterative
that has ever been administered as a oura for Dyspepsie
and Liver Disease. It Is rocommondod by distinguish
ed surgeons and physicians of tbe United States Army,
by officers of the Army omi Navy, by our first authors,
by eminent clergymen-in fact, bytbousands of the
most intelligent of every c'ass, as an unoqualled pro
tective against epldemio and malarious diseases, and aa
a perfectly innocuous, bat at the same time powerful,
invlgorant and alterativo. 6
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician?
PrcBonte to tho attention of Hothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the process of Teething; by
softening the gums, reducing all Inflammations, will
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic aotlon, and is
SUBE TO REGULATE TIE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves
Relief and Health to Four lofante?
We have put np and sold this article for ovor thirty
years, and can say In oonfidonoe and truth of it what wa
have never been able to say of an other modlclne
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A BIWOLK INSTANCE TO
EFFECT A OURS, when timely used. Never did wa
know of an Instance of dissatisfaction by any ona who
used it On the oOnlrary, all are delighted with i te opo
ratlone, and spoak in terms of oommendation of ita
magical effeots and medloal virtuos. We speak in this
matter "what we do know," after thirty years' expe?
rlanoe. and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FULFIL
MENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almo??
every Instance where the Infant is suffering from pata
and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or twenty
minutes after the syrup is administered.
Full directions for using will accompany each bottle.
None genuine unless the fac timlle of CURTIS A PER
KINS, New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all druggists throughout the world.
Price only 35 Cent? per Bottle,
For sale by
KING & CASSIDE7.
K?hrnarv N g .if li ... .
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DR. LAWRENCES CELEBRATED ANTI-SYPHI
LITIC, warranted a oortaln cure for SYPHILIS
in all ita forms. Entirely vegetable.
4SrFor sale by all Drug?lstsr??
KING As OASSIDBY,
July 3 Smo? CHARLESTON, 8. 0.