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mmmw DAILY mm,
O. Jl. CATIIOAUT, EniTor.
CATHCART, MoMlLLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 MAYNE STREET.
. TERMS CASH.
;>AILY-SI\ MONTHS. 0.00
DAILY-THURK MONTHS. a.ao
! O KKWR DRAU313.?? cent?
TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 30. lsi;7.
TII?H bunill ?Till lxicm wurt wrillcn by Joseph
Drennan, KU Irish pool, WIKI <i?< ,i iu Now Orloniui
n number of yean BRU, Ho bail bean but n . bon
limo in this country, mill his wife wau blill nt their
old homo in Ibo F.iiiei'ald Isle :
Como lo mn, dearest-I'm lonely without Ihre
l>ay-Uino and night-lime I'm thinking ul mit thee;
Mghl-lhnc and diy-tlm<- ill iW-aiiiB 1 behold MeM,
Unwelcome mj ?akim'. whlcbjftMe. io luid thea)
Come lo nie, darline '?)' sorrows lo lichten.
Como lu Iby beauty, lo ulm* and lo brighten,
Como io Ilia' womanhood, meekly and lowly.
Conic In thy loviugm-si', queenly ai d holy I
Swallows will flit round tho dcHolatc min,
Tell nc of spring and Us Joyous ruuowluu;
And thoughts of my love u-.d Ila niaiillold trcaeuru
Aro cl reline, my Iii art with a promise ol plcasuru;
Obi HjuaiM ol my bean-obi Moy of iu> bosom 1
Bhlne out on my soul lill it bourgeon ami Meroin;
Tbc v. bolo ol my Ufo ba? a iwe-rool within ll.
And lbj fondines alouv lo ibo .uimlitiio ran ?In it.
Figure-thal moves liku rt - uni: through thc even;
Features-Ul up by a relic, oi Heaven;
E.vo bko tho ?kies of poor h'rln, our iiiolhrr.
Where Hiiii'hilio and Hiiadoiv aro dm I ne raith olhor;
H miles eoiniiu: suldoni. but cbhdtlko and sbu|ih<.
And opening their eye. ?Toui tba heart of? dimple;
in, I in-..ii ^ (o thc Saviour, that even by scouting
ls left to Ibo exile ile; brightness of dreaming I
Yon hava bern glad when you knew I waa gladdoood;
Dear, aru you nod now lo bear I am saddened?
Our henrie ever answer in tuno and In ll iee, love,
As octavo lo ' cl.ive and rhyniu unto rhynie, lovo;
I cannot weep bul your toare will bo Oowing;
Yon cannot ami o but my check, will be glowing;
I would not dio without you at my eldo, tove.
You will not Unger wbcu twill bavo died, love.
iliac on mr gloom' like tho tun uf to-morrow.
Strong, nulli and fond aa Ibo worda whlcb I spook, love.
With a song ot your Up and a unido on your cheek, love.
Come, tor my bcart in your abaonco la weary
liaste, for my heart 1. plrkoticd and draary;
Como to Ibo arro* whlcb alano should caresa tboe.
Como to thu heart which ia throbbing lo press thc?.
Al tho Exposition, tho 6Cclion of jewels, which
wo havo not yet spoken of, is most dazzling.
In tho French department tho beauty of tho
mater mia is surpassed by tho oxtromo perfection of
tho handiwork. Diamonds and precious stones uro
mounted with tho most exquisito art.
Wo notico in particular a brunell ot lilac, which
is a roal masterpiece. Tho flowers aud foliage aro
uU made or dinuiotids. This lovely jowel is a
brooch. Tho blossoms tremble aud glitter upon
their delicate stotns, mid must bo brilliant indeed
Another brooch is formed of a butterfly. Tho
liody is of gold and turquoise; thc delicate wings
aro bf diamonds studded with cruurulds.
Another is a humming hird of diamonds mid
emeralds, and is destined tor tho ICinprcss Eu?
Another, again, ia a small poacock, with out?
spread tail, brilliant with sapphires, emeralds, dia?
monds and rubies.
Fashionable necklaces mo mada willi pendent
ornament* all round; tho JHtrurc of diamonds con?
sists of a bandeau or diadem, onrrlugs, necklace,
bracelets and brooch. Light luouutiuga, extreme?
ly fino and olognnt, uro thoao preferred.
" In a simpler ?lylo caninos uro in groat favor.
Thoy aro mounted in puro il recian stylo.
Artistic jewels of oxidized silver aro inuoh val?
ued, and also jewels in tho llyzantiuo atylo of
enamel, iulaid with small pearls aud |irociouu
atones, lind with very delicate gold mummuga.
Tho most (rouerai*shape Tor brunches is that of
a nina ll round shield. Oold of sovoral shades of
color, inlaid with tiny pearls, makes pretty, simple
jonel l. Hut iaucilul ahupes, in tho Chinoso nud
Turkish atylc. oro fashionable for car-rings, neck?
laces and bVocolcts.
In fact, fontaine is quito thc order of tho day in
ovcry department of lu motif.
Look a*, modern boola and shoes, can anything
bc moro dainty or coquettish?
Now that llio skirts of our drenara no longer
cover our feet, wo give moro thought lo our
chaussure. It must correspond to tho rest of our
Domi-high boots arc made of gros-grain silk,
laced over tho ?noten; tho bool is ornamented at
tho top with a small mousqutlaire lovers of red
moroco, piped with white. Tho heel is vory high
and covered with silk.
ty .mo high boote arc mndo with lacings of silk
to match with thc dress, fastened with Bilk cord
and olive-shaped g ri mp grelots, 'ibo heel is very
limb aud covored With unvarnished leal ber.
Von* elegant little huitines of black groagrain
Bilk bavo elui-tie? nt Ibo sides and high boola cov?
ered with silk.
Parisians wear slippers of blue satin, which aro
embroidered with wlnto bends, and a pattern
worked in black silk, and with mscttcs of bluu
ribbon, odged willi guipurn in front.
Araluan slipper..- of yellow morocco, lined and
pined with rod silk.
Sandals of rosc-colorcd Bilk, ornamented with
patterns ol whito guipura, and lastoucd with rosc
colorcd ribbons crosacd over tho instep, and again
sovoral times rotuli! tho lower part of tiic leg, mid
fastened in front with a rosette.
Shoes of colored silk, covered willi embroidered
muslin, and trimmed with a quilling ard rosette
Or high In ried ratio shoes, embroidered with
pearl beads, and edged with a guipure bordar,
fastened in front with n poarl ornament.
Not fur from this elegant collection of chaussures
wo eco tho latest nouveaut?s in gloves. Fiuo kid
gloves, light blue, green, lilac, roso colored, gray
of all shades, tlosb color and bud, with two, three,
live or more but tons, nud coming quito up tho
Oloves rmbr idered with dilTercnl patterns of
colorod Bilk. Tho neatest thiug is just Ibo crest
or cipher upon tho cull'.
Tho groat warehouse, La Malla dca ludes, Nos.
24 and 2l>, Pnssago Verdean, which wo havo
already spoken of to our readers, havo just obtain?
ed a very great success at tho Uuiversal Exhibi?
tion, Claas 31, Oalorio do Toura, whero thoir
magnificent ioularda for dresses havo bcon much
admired. Tho principal dosions havo bcon chosen
and bought by lier Majesty tho Kinpress Eugonic,
by tho Princesa Mathildo, the Queen Marie Anno
of Auetria, and tho Qucons of Um Netherlands, of
Wm ti inti ii rg and Saxony.
Such a list of illustrious names ia moro eloquent
than any praise of ours could bo to prove tho su?
perior oxcellonco of La Mallo des Tintes; a visit to
tho warehouse, will provo it better ?lill, for there is
an imruotiBO choico of materials which havo not
boon exhibited for waut of apnen. Ladies can
havo tho collection of apeeimons aont to thom post
free, if they address their demand direct to tho
proprietor of La Mallen do? Indes. Tbov aro re?
quested to send thoir directions vory plainly, so
that no parcel ot s|iccimo;is may bo lost.
Lot UB now leave tho galleries of tho Oreat Ex?
position bo visit tho saluons of Madame Plcflbrt,
No. 1 Ruo do La Orange liatoliore; thoro wo shall
soo a number of now and tasteful dresses.
eafri'Viiltf' aWecplHgVrafi?,?riiomo?tcir'witQ rou?
leaux of tho samo material, whioh como down on
either sida, and aro roundod off toward tho back
whero they sim?lalo a sort of bow with loops and
onda. TliiB pattern ia repeated upon tho top and
bottom of tho sleeves, and tho rouleaux aro con?
tinued round tho neck and on tho waistband. Tho
abort palotot to correspond ia cut out in tho non
A dinner drcae of maizc-colorod gros-gftin silk
has a swooping train, trimmod with willi a ruche
round tho bottom; a tunic of whito lace comoa
down aa tar aa tho nicho; it is slightly looped UD
ou oithor sido with buncbea of Pormoso viol?la.
Tho low bodico ia ornamented with a f*noy drape?
ry of whito tullo, fastened with vinluta upon tho
ahouldors. A bouquet of tho samo flowora ia
placed m front.
A charming whito costume is composed of an
nndorskirt, trimmed with vandykes of black braid
and of an upper ono looped up nt each seam. Then
ia np body to tho skirt, but it is roplacod by a
boiilcj of white muslin, atripod with narrow Mack
ribbon vclvot. A abort loooo palotot ia ornamented
j to corrospond with tho skirt.
A ball drcaa of Bniaaola net ia arranged in
bouillions placed length wiso, and divideu by'atrina
?bi ?kiri ia'edged
round tho bottom with a narrow quilling of inarzo
?iTVb^n:.? ?into tulloEm?
broidered with atraw, is fnatonod at tho waist wi th
a hunch of wheat-oara.
nJi"m^f VoJ\c,oiarS>undodofr*t 'ho ?'<l?s ?nd
tbn ?m.M^ 5? * PU,8lr0n <* ?"">" bouillions;
tho omall sloovea aro also formed of houimonB.
tiS\^:i^^i^w bodicos of ur1*
irSi? "HI10 tar, Bt>n? i" ornamonlod with
.bfl^i ?"?'i00 ?' on,,,roil,orcd ? Patt?T of
l?d ?.UM ?"?"?-cplorca silk; tho nock, wrist
od?SSS.*"0 or b,uo "j*.
??\?,^,V?? ?y wlilU,mui?l>n bodice ia embroider?
ed orotind Ibo neck tho top and bottom of tho
sleovca and tho waistband, and in front thoro isa
p ui? 1 ? o/'inon, stitched on oithor sido.
"Ji "fo"l?.r<, hodicos, mado vory simply, aro
b^?ed1snilir,,,t n"880>*?" "lack or with
Othur bodices ore mado ontlroly of while gnipnro
L^S?a.;ithoy . r.? ?orn w,th ? colorod silk skirt, Md a
no?klace and bracelete of ribbon tho color of tho
akin, sluddod with pearl or crystal hoads. Tilla
forms a pretty toilot for a concert, dinner party or
ovoning promonade. 1 3
andLgra^ru?.U ?f tb? m0nUl P?Hy
?23? ?? ""L01" arS generally of tho fanchion
crin'obne" TberT?r,0"f',fhIon*bl0 Ul1" BWnnl0r "'???
of ?Zy%l,t^TOUOaiao "omo very pretty kinda
trimr?tn b?bhmth? ??apo la
pasiioroonterio A w??, T 2nd 0,l,lina of ?traw
2uv^drao0n onecido. ^ITB&UZ* TY?&?S? S
are fastenod with ono l?j BS 0? bU,k nbbo"
PHOVUiENOE-Per svhr Trident-125,000 feet Flieh
Tino Llimbt e. ?
ihr t'linrlcstoii (niton Mliirlii t.
umra or TUE CIIAIILESTON DAILY NEWS. 1
C'HAIiLKKro.i. Monday Evening, July 29, IHG7. I
Thc in >rkcl continued at ab jut previous figuro?, with
n lair armand from buyer?. Sub's lin tastes, vis I 71 at
'JJ, 1 nt 22.';, I> al '-\ 3 at zfic., and 29 ou private term?
Wo i|iiote -
New Orlrana Dlnrkrt.
NEW ORLEANS, Joly 24 - COTTOX-Thc movement
lo day hau been clmt.n tiri7.cd liyextrcinn dulluens. The
ofTiiring i upply wu? light mid mostly of au und' sinihle
rkarauteri nuil ns factum go .emily demanded Unarm in
advance ur th? llmll? ol buy. m. Ilu< latter held uluoi
lliioiighout, pnforlnii to defer Um i-xeculioii of their or?
der? nuil await tho effect or fuitlier ilevulupiuciiU. l'O?
der these etrrniHislancve tho day's)traissarll?re haw bren
quito realrleled, ugcrcgatlLg ut the clone barely 1*50 bales,
including 4M) by MM pally, nix brokers purliclpaiiiig
in tho husliicNH. Meas luaievlcd un niaterl.il allera
lion the princl|iul portion nf Iliiutea Bal? elleeleil heilig
at nile? within tho rangooMad evening ? ?.nota lon?,
which Wera us follow?: Ordinary 2U.i'J'.V. I?IKKI ordinary
23a!E|lie, IMW Miildling aiJJBtac, and Middling nominal
nt 'J7r. I bo rapid depiction of the stock, coupled with
thc heavy lulling off In receipt?, conlitioca lo i seri a
hun} lint i'lllliclicc 111 prie. H.
STATKMENT nv rorros.
Slin k uu hand September I, UKO.bairn 102,091
Itecclved tu-diiy. 98
Deceived previously. 7S7.1G3-757.18S
Addi!Ional balesuitidiironi wrecked, Inoac,
blunt mel djuuigid Coll?n, pickings.
sum) lc?, Ac. ia,bj;i-77l?,r>ll
Uteara! pruvlonsly.8.18,241-8 8,241
Stock ou hand and ou shipboard.:H,'.I52
Cons.-The market 1? llrm, with a light stock and only
a moderate demand. Salea to-day 2850 ?irks, lu lol?, of
which 200. 400 yellow mixed; CM, 200, :W!I mixed ot
M 20; 200. 260 white mixed nt fri 40; looodoul VI 4.2);;
.MO, IOU and 2IKJ while at ?1 43 per bushel.
Fn/uoiiTV.-Continuo dull and inactive. Them wa?
very lltllo coastwise oflbring, wblla tlic ?hipincuts tn
fortegn pori? disclose a tcurkrt miling. Tho rates sro a?
follow?: lit ??ir lb tor cotton by . lerne r In New York and
li. ...ten, and ?ie to Philadelphia; by steamer lo New
York and Boston 4tio per .nek for cuni, U:'c per bbl for
Uoiir, *1 25 per bbl for pork, and tilla!I per litnl lor to
bocco. Hy ?tramer to Liverpool ??tl lier lb for cotton
and r.o-i per hhd for tobacco. By sail to Liverpool "?oU-lOd
per lb for cotton, nod 42s Gd |icr hhd for tobacco. By Hull
lu Havre l;;e per lb for colton.
i omi g, ncr? per Munn (Jurollitn. itniinmii,
82 balea Domestics, 29ljbags Uran, G19 bags Wheat, 339
ha)-? Flour, ci bbls Naval SOUR. 1 cars Wood and Lum?
ber. Atc. To Haili... cl Agent, J rt Itel, en, Uollninnii
Uro?, A Fulbricr, E U Dodgers At Co, Willis k Chlaohn,
W H Hvncry, T Eason, A llobliisou A: Co, ll E Prltrholt,
Utaoy & Kcnyou, Gen Scott, J ii T Clotty. Johnston,
Crows &: Co. H Kl ?tte & Co, Cohen. Hanrkle & Co, Dowti
k Meine. U W williams k Co, J Campsou ft Co. Wornci
k Ducker, Courtenay it Trcnholm, J A J D Kirkpatrick
l'n .sr libers.
Per etcamahlp Emily U Sonder, from Now York
Capt D Vincent, I. Dobinson, J Boas, r McQsnsaa, E I
Honners, W D Honners, and - in tho steerage.
Per steamship Sea Gull, from llaltimoro-Mr* Aldon
and S children.
Per stoanior Pilot Doy, from Savannah, via Htltor
Ileail and Beaufort-lt Wing, V Furche, J 8 Dlggs, F i
Wtldor, L Knight. .Mr Murray, A Johnston, N A Slultb
T ? Saun,lem. J Walter, and 8 deck.
riIASKS OP Tint MOON.
Now M. let, 4b. 28m. ovon 1 l ull M. )Glh,2h. 3f.ni. even
Cunt i). 8th, Oh. lim. even | Last G.24tb, lOli.lCm.iuorti
New Moon, 80th, Uh. I hn., even.
5 I JULY ? AU0.
BISKS. j BETA.
PORT. OV VU Alt LESTOK ,
Ai liv. il Vi Ul Min y.
Slcamshlp Emily B Hender, Lobby, New York-lefl
Thurn lav. Milite. To Jno k Theo (Jetty. Adams, Da
mon k Co, C D ?hren? lc Co, J I) Aiken, CD Brahe .v Co,
Chlsoltn Bron, Clarlus k Witto, S (J Courtenay, J Camp
?en k Co, .ICU Clausnon, Hon J B Campbell, A canal...
Q W Clark b Co, W II chale... T M Cater, ll A AP enid,
well. Cameron, Barkley k Co, J W Denny, Dowto A.
Moise, J M Easoii k Uro, 1. drolling, W (iurnoy, flooj
riuh, Wliicmnu A: Co, Umber k Martin, J II Univor, W S
Heuen, J Hyman, Uart A: Co. tl ll Iloppock, W II Heriot,
A K Hindu n, Holmes k Calder, Juflunla A- Ce. c ll John?
son, J culunga, Thomllnson k Co, II Kial to At Co, K ric to
k Chapman, T J Kerr A Co, Lengnick k Sell, A Langer,
Lauroy k Alexander, C T Lowndes k Co, U U Uustudl At
Co, C Lilacbgl, lt Lawless, A L'ton, Muller, Nimitz A: Cn,
1' M< itzlcr, Mehrums ,v Wobltmunn. J Mandiull, Jr, Mn
cullar, WBUams k Purker, C .Madsen, J U McElbo?e, W
Mutthicsscn, McLoy ft lllec, W McComb k Co, Ostcndortt
k Co, U O'Neill. It E Penna], D l'uui, E H Dodgem A Cu,
W noach, J lt Hea t k Co, Solomons k Co, V Sullivan, O
leldcman, Boutborn Exprcns Co.Toblar. k Sun, E Voigbt,
O W William? At Co, Willis k Chfsolm, O L Wright. Sun?
day, July 2d, at S A M, exchanged Hlguals with thc ?teaiu
ahipa Knlcon for BolUmorc, mid Manhattan lor New*
York, on* tho Frying l'an Simal, boum! North. Friday
night, tho Jeth, penrod (ho steamship Moneta, SO mlle?
iiortli of l ape Hatteras. Tho E U Souder experienced
utroiig KW gale? aU tho passage.
Steamship Bea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-len Friday.
PM. Cuni, Bacon, Atc. To M ord ec .1 At Co, Courtenay
At ircubulm, Railroad Agent, J il Uravor, U O'Neill, Taft
& Hu w land. T Tupixtr k Sons, C D Urah e At Cu, U Ui-rdta
At Co. J Mellier, J Mchrtcus, (Icu lt O Tyler, O Phillip?,
U Feldman, ltavcuel k Uaruwcll, Jcfforda k co, J & W H
Anuslrong. Ctaclus At with c. w Slcffuus k Co. Skill,
Webb A: Co, W M Hird k Co, Mehrten? k Woliitiiiaiiii, J
I. Torrent k Uro, Street Broa At Co, J II Doggett k Co, W
I. Webb, Thurstoii k Huhnes, Porcher At Henry, Men
bi.uno k Co, J Caiupscn At Cu, E Klein, titulier At Mar?
tin, H UlscliolTk Co, Kllnek, Wickeuberg At Co, L Schnell
A: Co. und otlicro.
U S Bevcuuu steamer itclici, from Philadelphia for In
? 1 lanni... Texas-hos pul In for u harbor, kc.
Steamer Pilot Boy. McNclty, Savannah, via Hilton
Head and Beaut, .rt. Mdze, kc. 'io.! Fergustin, Ca]itaiu
Richardson, Gourdin, Muttiih ?son At Cu, ll \V Mr itireou?,
W Fripp, W H Harris .n, C Litschgl. (tmidrirli, Winomau
A Co, J F Taylor, southern Expr.?a Co, and Order.
A Spanish bark.
Sehr Trident, Johnson, Providence, n I-Olney it Co.
Wem tn Sea Ye at crt! ny.
Behr Trident, Johusen, Piovldcnco, It I,
Behr Calista, Jones, Now York.
l isp Ol' VESSELS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOU Tilla POUT.
Lrvr.it roo i_
8hlp rt 0 Winthrop, Mum 1, sailed.June G
Tho Tryphi nia, Harding, soiled.May J3
Min i on i, UNO.
Tho Johannes, linter. Bolled.May 19
Tho Volo Angler, --, nailed.Juno 18
Bark Enrique Oliver, tailed.Jnly 18
Urig G F Geary,-, up.July 25
Behr Lizzie Batcbcldcr, Euglish. chu red.July 13
Behr E W Pratt, Kendall, cleared.July 25
Behr Myrovor, Hughes, cleared.July IR
Behr M B Bramball, Hussey, up.July 18
Sehr N W Smlih. Tooker, cleared.July 25
Brig Senorita, Lindon, up.July 20
Sehr Susauua, Pad.ard. nj.July 2?
Sehr Wenonah, Tall, up.July 20
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factors', Hudson Oily, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. ai JOHN STU BET. NEW VOW lt.
?U, BTYLE8 AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCIL',
of superior quality are manufactured and offered
at fair lenna to thc Trado. Tho public aro invited
lo give thc AMERICAN LEAD PEN CU. tho pre?
THE PENCILS ARE TO DE HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL 8TATIONEBS AND Nt) i ION
ABE. FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
BHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
ExaiMt-juuKO DEPAHTUIXT, J
YAIJI COLUOI, November JO, 18G0. )
I heve always recommended tho Faber Polygrade
Lead Pencils aa the only pencils flited for both ornamen?
tal sud mathemaUrel drawing; bul, aftor a Uiorough
trial of the Amorlcan Polygrade Load Pencils, man?
ufactured by Uio American Lead Pencil Company. New
York, 1 lind them superior lo any pencil in uso, ovon to
tho Faber or the old English Cumberland Load Pencil,
being a superior pencil for aketchlng, ornamcnUl and
mechanical drawing, and ail tho ordinary uses of a lead
Thoso no ord hi aro Tory finely graded and havo a very
smooth lead: ovon tho softest pencils hold tho point well,
thoy aro all that can be deal rod In a peoril. lt Rives mo
great plcaauro to bo aldo to aasuro Americana that (bey
wUI no lonjp-r bo compelled to depend upon Germany or
nny other foreign market for pcne'la.
Professor of Drawing, Ate.
ALL ms'Cl LU AIUC MT AMP En:
tO- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuino without t'.ie exact name of Ibo arra
[ook to lt_December 13
THE AIKEN PRESS.
IT 13 rr.QvosF.r- TO PUBLISH IN THE TOWN OE
Aiken, H. a, a Weekly paper under tho above title
lo bo dovoted to General Intelligence-PoUUcal, Com?
mercial, Social, Literary, and Religions-with s Deport
ment of Agriculture, including tho Field, the Orehar.
ibo Vineyard, and tho Golden. A News Summary, lt
xintaln a digest of tho Important events of tho wooli
?ill occupy a p (lou of (ha paper, and particular alton
Jon wiU b e elven to tho unsettlod question of loi bor, ?.
liest adapt cd to our now condition, and tho developmen
if tho resources of the country In Manufacture*, Agrl
minaro. Fi-ult, raising, and Vino-growing.
Terms- aa a year, in advance.
H. W. RAYENET^ Editor
W. D, JSDSiAKD, rubliihor. Jsmiary 31
MOT JI KItS !
YOU!? ATTENTION is CALM:? TO
MS. WINSLOW'S SOOTH SYRUP
MAIMS VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PRE>
1 HCHIITION of ono or tliu beal fi malo physicians
sud mina's lil lim Untied Slates, anti lia. hi cu used lor
i ! ii ri v vial-, willi never-failing safely awl success by mil?
lions <?( mothers for Ibelr rilli.Iren.
ll not only relieves (bo eliild from pain, bul Invigorates
Hie stomach anil howtds, cornels acidity, ami gives tone
and energy lo Ibo Wbolu systeni.
lt will also Ins! only relievo
UltlPlNU IN THE B3WEL8 ANO WIND COLIC
Wo believe lt ts tho beal and surest remedy in Ibo
m.rid, In .11 < asesof DYSENTERY AND DIAlUUltEA ill
children, whether it arises Iroiu Tcelblng, or from any
Do sure and ask for
MUS. WINSLOW'S MX) l ill Vi; H Y HUI',
Having tho fae Mudlo of CCUTIS A PERKINS on Ibis
ALL OTHERS AUB DANE IMrTATIOXS.
For .ule by Hie Wholesale Agents,
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No. Ul MK1V1TNO STKKKT,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
Or Jb'cmalc Regulator,
Cure Snppret*ed, K*vt*ttte and
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ft, tlt-nt. /Mini in t/ie Uart, Slct
lltttitttvhf, Gidittnit, and all dla
Paarl that spring fi mi- Irregularity,
by removi?:: the cause ami all tba
effect, thal arise fl san lt. They
nie peri, illy ?nie Iii all cases, ra
ir/it winn fail.iildtu hy itlrrc
? (fons, and arc rssy to ndiidnbler,
na tbev are nlcidv *tttf,tr coated.
They si.ld be'lu thc bands ol
every Malden, Wife, and Motlier
lu tho Inod.
Ladles can nddrcss us In perfect
eolilldcncc, and date their com?
plaints In full, ns n o treat all Pe?nalo Complaints,
?nd prepare Medicines suitable for all diseases t3
which Ih.'V are subject.-Thirty-two pago pamphlet,
tn n scaled envelope, free.
The Cherokee Pills ore sold by all ilrtifglsls st fl
per box, or six boxes fur (A; ?r they aro sent by
mall, froo of linsucc. ,ln an m.unary letter, free
iruin coservation, uy addressing tho solo proprietor
Dr. W. R, MERWIN, 37 Walker St., N. Y. '
N. B.-Cherokee rills No. 2 are prepared for
.ft 17ul emt*, when milder medicines fall ; these
are lent by mall, freo of postage, on receipt of fi,
th? prie* of ?<cA boa.
Or, Essence or WAto%
&?VJ'?l"???*t C*"'0' <3">fr<tl ntbtllty Wtah
i ve&?? ? 'jLV ?? "'"% Hytrric* in firmal**,
?TKFW?^''^ Palpitation of the /Uart and
"lt A'emous Dimit?*. It ro.
?gr stores new lifo and vigor to tho
aced, cruising tho hot blood of
.A* Ult Vlunts rte* yV,"tli t<> course tho veins, rcs
#T VA E"50R""P' ? (Untrar,
mir lift"_rn Ant* tinn, rtmonng Impotinrv ana
lill* TMilr rejurtn Debility, restoring Manllntt*
ott the tjgUM and and full rigor, thus proving a
Nmm iffreate. perfect " Klirlr of /err," re?
moving Slerilllvend llariennesi tn both soxea. To
tho yniinc, mhldh.-acod.nnd nged, there ls no greater
boon than Oils .' Elixir of Life." lt gi Tes a now
leaso of Ufo, canslne (ho weak and debilitated lo
bare renewed strength and vlpir, nod tho entire
sj ..lcm to lin III with Joy nml pleasure.
Price, ono bottle t- ? thrco bottle. f 3 ; sent by
express to any address.
Our medicines are mid and recommended br all
respectable drugclsts In every part nf the cl viii ted
giulio ; mino unprincipled dealer?, however, try to
deceive their customers by selllnc cheap and worth?
less compounds In onler tn make money. Ile nat
deceived-ask for the?o medicines ?nd lake no
others. If thc drugcisl does not keep them, writo
to us. and wo will send them by express, carefully
packed, freo from ohscrvollnn. Wo will le pleased
to rccelvo letters with fall statements In regard to
any disease with which ladlee or gentlemen sra
.filleted Address nil loller, for medicines, tiainph
iets, or advice, lo tho .ole pniprlolor, A
Dr VJ. R. MERWIN, 37 Walker Bt , N. YT
Mav 35 wfm Iv
lif mm ocr?t
f^Sv INDIAN MEDICINE,
?LTJJ Cures ail diseases eaii'ed by
Tr Bs ?AVAI "''fahnse. Nit:-Sj?t-inntor
Z? lVtwr?mt\ ri. fi. f-min-l - Wtatne**,
T/?taSWym Afowl . Jimt-ttont, /.o? of
V??iV -"<"""'!/, Unireriuil ?AI**l-'
Jauh jfB- ?'.lint in Iii* Barl; Mm*
^?^-JJSST??Mtr\~^ne*' if I'ttlan, t'remiiture
?saSSSRnt?f ?SU' Old Agi, UV.il .Verres, lliffi
--|^J^^\lJ|^|\.','ll H'i'ilM'iO. l'aie. I'auntt
,i\ y^'^ tinn, anil all diseases that tul
low as a sequence of youthful IndtscreUone,
Tho Cherokee Cur? will rest?te health and vlrc.r,
. Inp tho emissions, and effect a permanent eur?
after all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two
paso pamphlet aent la a sealed cuvvlvpu, freu to any
Price (3 per bottle, or Circe bottles for IS. Soli
by all drucclsta; ar M 111 bo rent by express to sn?
portion of tho world, ot receipt of price, by the
Dr. W. E, MEEWIH. 37 Walker St., N. ?.
-^^anj1*^?. ^Ciircs all ^Urlnsry rum
sT^^^^^^w i^^^ '"''''"'i vf th* Bladder and
tS^m^sSBSS^^lnO'< ttrlrk ?nil Drpottlt,
^^^SSStvZ^tf diseases lhat require
^^T^^SS^^^ a diuretic, and whon used In
does not fall Incurs Gonorrhea, Glitt and all Mu.
cou* f?iicAnrge* In Malo or Female, curing recent
eau* tn from one to thru day*, and ts especially
recommended In those rases of Pluar Albu* or
Whit** in Female*. Tho two medidnos used in
conjunction w ill nut fall to rcmnva this disagreeable
complaint, and In those casca where other medicine,
bavo been used wdlhout.ucccas.
Trice, Remedy, Ono Bottle, |2, Three Bottles, ti.
. " Injection, " " 1 -, * "15.
The Cherokco " Cure," " Remedy," and " lillee
f/on" aro to be found tn all well regulated time
.tores, and aro recommended by physicians and
drugglata all over Ibo wurld, fur their Intrinsic worth
and merit. Bom? unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive their customers, hy aelllni;cheap nn?
worthless compounds,-In order to luake muncy
le placo nf (heso. Bo not dectlrtd. If tho drug?
gists will nut buy them fur y. , wrl.: tu us, and we
will send them lo you by expre?, securely packed
anil froo from observation. Wo treal all diseases tc
which tho human system ls subject, and will be
pleased to receive (bli and explicit statements from
taoso who have failed to rerelvo relluf heretofore.
Ls ties or gentlemen can address na in perfect con*
fldenee, AVo desire tn send our thirty-two pace
pamphlet freo tu every Indy and gentleman In th.
land. Address all letters fur pamphlets, medicine?
cr advice, to tho aolo proprietor, *f
ft Dr. W. R. 1IERWIN, 37 Walker Rt., N. Tv
KRAUSHAAR & CG,
TUM non ruraovBs
QHAHD AND SQUABS
Full Iron Frame and Overstrung Bui,
klANTJFACTOBY AND WA ll KU OUIJA
Uv. IB Waat Honiton-.tr?ct. Hs. ll
NE All BROADWAY, NEW TORE.
THI UNDBBSIONED, MEMBERS OF THE FI HM Ol
XBAUHIIAAB ft CO., are practical Piano mik s ri
and aa each bave h*d a largs experience In connection
with some ot the bast Eatibllalunenta le this country
and Europe. Their i Uno. are made not merely fi)
them, bot 17 them, ar a under their Immediate persons I
aapervlaion, ano they allow no in lira monis to leave theb
factory and > ssa Into th? hands of their petrona, unrest
tbay have a power, evenness, fl nu nos. and ronndnea. o
tone, an elasticity of touch-without which no lint ru
cent ought to bo satisfactory to tba pabilo-aa well a
that durability ba oonalrucUon, which ?nahlea lt to rt
nain In ta ? and to wlthitand iel don changes of tem
lera lure and exposure to extrema naat and cold, whtel
a re semen mt i unavoidable.
They wlU at all limos be happy to see th? proreaaiot
and the pabilo at their Warerooma, and Invito oompari
.on between their own Pian oe and those of any oin ri
AfiTOH Ell A can A AR...TOBIAS BAB a
CHARLES J. BCHCNKMANN,
Ooldea, Flaxen, and
Silken CURLS produced by
ibo uso of Professor DIE.
DREUX'B FRISKR LE
CHEVEUX. Ono applica?
tion warranted to curl tho
moat straight and irnbhom
ha'*of ollhor sex into wavy rtnglstn, or heavy n?a??lv? I
ct_ . Haa been used l-y tho fashionables of Pails and
London, with tbo most gratifying rerulu, Doc? no In
Jnry to tho bair. Price by mall, seared abd postpaid ?i
Descriptivo circulars malted free. Address liKROPn.
BHUTT8 k CO., ChemLU. No. 383 River Urcet, Troy N
Y" Bole Agents for tho United HU tea?.
WHISKERS and MUS?
TACHES forced to
grow upon tho smoothest
lace In from throe to dre
wcoka by ming Dr. SEVIO*
N E ' 8 RESTAURATEUR
CAPILLAIRE, tho moat
wonderful discovery In mo- 1
dcm science, ac (lug upon v
tho Board and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. Il
bas hcou uaod by Uio elite of raria and London willi thc
most nattering nucceas. Names of ali purchasers will
bo registered, and If entire satin faction la uot glvon in
ovcry Instant,., the rooney will be cheerfully refunded.
Prlco by mall, scaled and postpaid, M. Descrtpf vo cir
cularaand testimonials mailed (Vee. Addreaa BRBOEIi
SUUTrS A CO., 0 ?mista, No. 3S? River J tree ISn.h
Y., Bole AgenU foi- tho United States . T'
March 99 tJ
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
"EXCELSIOR" SPRING WATER.
riuiK WATER OE THIS sr rn NO is BELIEVED TO
JL bo unequalled by that ol any crt ber lu thc far-famed
valley of hnrologn, lix virtues are Mich us lave "coim e
lt Ibu bli;b cucuiiilumx of all wini have nsi <l ii, poss OSS1
lui;, as lt docs, 1? nu eminent degree, cathartic, ilnirvlu',
alterativo aiiel Ionic qualities.
From HA ?I Uti. HENRY DICK1.?/?, At. I)., l'rofetsol
Practico of l'l.>..le. Jullertoa Medical College, Pillia,
dclplua, formerly ol ?liaritwlan C.
Pm uvl>l M UJA, November 15, IBO-'.
1 lei. e bren for a year or more past In Ibu Imbil ul
taking Ibo water ur thu "Kxei-Ulor" Spring ol' Saralo ?J.
Accustom* . 1 clurlti;; tho grvnl |H>rl|.in ol my inv .Iel hie
to usc Ult'd Merril I ?alors of Ibu several fouululm wbloli
boil up nloug Ibat remurkal-lo valley, iii poiuU ni, bube>l,
o ?mn ilieiu lor Hillel, of thu eomlort 1 enjoy, I am nlM>
lied tbal Ibu Excelsior Waler is as well iiilapleil us mi)
oilier anning them, il nut moro n>, to Hie pur) ires lur
wbleb Iboy nm generally rn,plo)od. lt ia very nitrooablo,
strongly lmpngiiutrd willi tito carbonic noni, lively and
sixirkling. * * ? I eau heartily and conscientiously
recommend il to ell who tared a eimile cathartic and
norene. SAMUEL HLNHY DICKSON, M. 1).
The Wulor ls put op lu Pint mid gnarl bottle-*, and
packed lu good onler fur shipping, finis lu boxiij ot
four doten each, mid tjuarts lu boxes of two dozou eaeh
BOLD AT WHOLESALE DY
GOODRICH, WHIAN & CO.,
Iiiinortors anti ^VliolcsnloDriif?sisla,
No, 153 ai I LI. I I M: STItEET,
OTT o.il I r. rllAllLUMTON HOTEL.
DOW IE & KOISE,
No. 151 MEKTINO BTIIEET,
Opposite Charleston HotcL
And for salo by Ural class Druggists ami Hotels.
January VJ _''mo
THIS DELICIOUS TONIC, ESPECIALLY DESIGNED
for tho uao ol Ibu
Mc il i> ul Froiession und til? Family,
ls now endorsed by all tho prominent Physicians, Chem?
ists and Connoisseurs, ss possessing all those intrinsic
modiclunl quallUcs (louie ami diuretic) which belong lo
OLD AND PURE GIN.
Wo trust that our established ropnlaUon (bunded
upon eighty-eight years of experience-abundantly vin?
dicates our claims to public confidence, and guaran?
tees tho exrollcnco of this Standard Article.
Put up in casca coutuiulug one dozen bottles each and
sold by all prominent Druggists, Grocers, A-c.
A. M. DIN IM itu lc CO,
[Established l?s. Solo Importers
No. 16 Heaver street. Nea Yoi
Opinions or 111 Press.
The Uinlngcrs, No. 16 Dearer street, havo n very high
reputation lo sustain, ns tho oldest and beal home lu
New York.-Worrie Journal.
Thc house of A. M. l'lnlnpor & Co., No. 15 Heaver
street, has sustained, 1er a pei ..el of eighty y. are, a repu?
tation that may well bc envied.-IV. }'. Ermina I'ott.
GOODRICH, WIN EUI AN & CO.,
NO. 163 MEETING STITEET,
tippo .-ile Charleston Hotel,
DOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KIM! ci CA SSI DRY.
NO. 151 MKT-TIN O STREET,
EXCELSIOR! EXCELSIOR !
Por Rcmsrlng Superfluous Hair.
mo THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUAIILV
1 depilatory recommends itself as bel?g au ahuost lu
dls|ieusiblu article to fvmiUc b< amy. la easily applied,
docs not bum or lulim- tho akin, but ads directly un Um
roots. It is warranted to remove supcrlluoua hair from
low foreheads, or from any part of tho lxvdy, enuiplutoly,
totally and radically extirpating tho same, leaving (ho
skin son. smooth and natural. This ls Um only arti. I,
used by Ibo Kreuel i. nuil ls the only real effectual depila
tory In existence. Price 7A rcnls per package,' post
paid lo any a.bin ss, nu receipt of au order, by
Illino Lil. SHOTTS A- CO., Cbomlsla,
Mareil 30 lr? No. IMA Uiver sL. Troy, N. Y.
arTHK RALE OF TUE PLANTATION BIT?
TERS ls without proc?dent In tba histor; of the world.
There ls no secret ba tho matter. They aro al once the
moat speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis?
covered. It requires ont a singla trial to nnderatand
thia. Their purity can always be relied upon. They
ar? cornposoa of the celebrated calle aya Dark, Cascarilla
Dark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen, Anise, Cloverbnds, Oratige-peel,
Bnake-rooi, Caraway, Coriander, bur Jock,
1 hey are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
Heapeaker?, and persona of literary habits and aeden
tary life, who require Iree digestion, a rollah fer food,
and clear mental taoolllea.
Delicate femalea and weak pen ono ara certain to find
In these Bitten what they have ao long looked for.
They purify, atrengthen and lnvlgoratt.
They cr?ala a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late honra.
They atrengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acuity Of the stomach.
They eure Dyspepsia and OonetlpaUon.
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and (Undara Merimo.
They eura Liver Complaint and Nervana Head ache.
They are tho best Hitters In the world. Tbsy make
the weaz man strong, and are exhanated nature's great
Tba fellowing atarillog and empbatlo statements can
be seen at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. F. Onixx, Chaplain of Ibo 107<hjNcw
- - NKAB AOQUTA Cuvai', March 4th, IBAS.
Owloglto the great exposure and tnrrlble decomposi?
tion alter the batUe of Antietam, I waa utterly prostrat*
ed and vary Bick. Af y stomach would not retain medi?
nina. An article called Plantation Hitters, prepared by
Dr. Dna EB, of Now Tork, waa prescribed to glvo ma
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gava me Immediate roltcf. Two botlies aiment allowed
mo lo Joua my roglmont. . . . . I bara alnco seen
them used In many cacea, and am free to aay, for hos?
pital OT private parpe sos I know of nothing Ilks th em.
Bar. K. r. CUANK. Chaplain.
Latter from the Dev. N. K. GrLpa, St. Ol al rs ville, Fa.
GIJ11LHvrxit:-Tou wero kind enough, ou a former oe
coalon, to send mo a half doaaan bottles of Plantation
Bittere for ft BO. My wife haring derived so much
benefit from the use of these Gitters, I dealro ,rr to
cen Unna them, and you will pleas? aaad ua (iz bottles
mora for Ute money enclosed.
I am, very truly, yo ir?,
K. E. QLLi>a, Pastor Oar. Ref. Chnroh,
BOLEIBH-.' nona, BnrajUKTRfDBirT'a Omers, 1
OiKoiiTMin, o mo, Jan. 18th, IBAS. J
. . * * . . . . . . .
I have given ypnr Plantation lutter? to hnndred? of
aar noble aaldlers who Hop here, more or lesa disabled
from various cansos, and the effect ta marveUoni and
Buch a preparation aa thia la I heartily wtah In ersry
family, In every hospital, and at hand on every lia Ula
field. o. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent,
Dr. W. A. CHILDS, Burgeon of Uta Tenth Vermont Be>
gtmant, writes:-"I wish ersry soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are tba moat ?ffecUre, per,
feet, and harmless tonio I ever used."
WiixaxuVa Hom, I
WAf.nrHOTOw, D. 0., May 33d, 1863. J
OB?ITLB?IXCK:-Wo require another aapply of you
Ftantatlon Btttera, tba popalarlty o whlth daily In.
creases with tho guests of our house.
BYKES, OlTADWIOn k Go.
Ac bo. ko. kc. ko.
Bo aura that every bottle bean the fac-almlle of our
signature on a atocl piala labio, with our privais stamp
over the cork.
P. If. DRAKE & CO.,
NO. 303 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Sold by aU respectable Drugglsta, Physicians, Grocers,
8 ol co ns and country Hotel dealer?.
The Bounettsville "Journnl"
TS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
J. BennettcvUle, H. c., la tho eastern portion of tho
Btalo, br STUBBS At LITTLE, Proprietors, and offers
?upe ri Ss) inducement? to Merchants oed ali o ttl era ?ho
wlah to o i tend Ul cir limine .* tn this toe lion or tho Pee
Doe country. Wo respectfully aolicit the patronage of
our Charleston friends.
Tarma-13 por annum, Invariably tn advanee. Adver.
tieemcnte lase ried at very rc-aeona blu rotoa, july g
Mili Ililli RfRNHI
HU. li FOR THE ?TOG INVALID.
DR PK 11 NOT TUR VHK OF
nimm ELIXIR s. raw.
MANY wirosr. DEX:UNIxn HEALTH, WHICH
waa nrM?rlcU*| ami their recovery duNMtrcd of,
no now willi gralclul emanations to the All-Wine Dis
nouer, oller heartfelt thanks lor ll.ls timely remedy. Dur?
ing tho ?hon lime ?Inen lin public introduction Into use,
thc originator han moat liapjiily realized her mont san?
guino expectations In maiiifciitallotis lHiiuiiig from all
quartern of Ita uni araiel a il curative properties, for In no
rann where il bas bean administeren with regard to dl
? .-ci I 'im. ami ?.i i ni -, cn .I in, baa ll failed lu Ita bcncBclul
In resorting lo lina remedy, the Invalid eau dci>ciirl
upon the safely of avery arUclo in Its prep trallon, and
vdu le it accelerates tho healthful r. actions ol each urgnu
and vessel, thc mind can bo iierfeclly freo from appre?
hension nf any subtle Ingredient being Insinuated Into Itu
The ap: "'ti le. which liuproves under Its nilinlnlalniUnn.
ls nt liberty lo Indulge prudently lu whatever nutriment
IR palatable, digestive mel whole--om", and while u 1? us
moro limn proper lo avoid exposure lo lt ash cold, un lear
?iced bo enterhilned ot any liability undor Ibis course i-f
tr. i tine nt tn IndlICO ll. Il ts a pira ?ant Alt! I VI ATI t *
COIIDIAL, quito agreeable tn tim taste, and as a luug rt>
vtvllycr and balsam or In.villi, it ir dish nuui shine. Itself rut
without precedent, and wo trust will, ero lon i, claim lur
itself ijencriil aeelaniallun for Us unrivalled cfllcocy.
For salo by Ibo Proprietress, Mrs. CECILIA RODRI?
QUE'S, norlhweut comer of .VIKKI INU AND SOCIETY
STHEIilH, nod principal Dracnlala.
MUCK SIMULE Uurrt.E 11/25.
April a_ lrr
U S E
CHILLS ill ill
A CERTAIN CURE.
Y?/E HAVE USED GALLlGtfAN'S 1 11,Ls, AND FIND
V > that they will do all that ia claimed lar thom, and
cheerfully recommend them lo public favor.
T. II. WAITS, Ex-Clovcronr of Alabama.
J. Vi. A. BAND FU RD, Alfy Han't of Alabama.
HOBT. DOUUIlhlll V, J uduc Supr?me Court Ala.
From THOMAS J. Jumo:. Judgo Supreme Court.
I hove used UALLICIUAN'H l'll.I.S on my plantation
for Fever amt Ague, anil find them all that ls claimed tor
Hum. THOS. J. JUDtiE.
.Montgomery, Ala., September 20, 1838.
LOWNDES CorjKTT, Alabama.
OAl.LWHAN'S FEVER AND AflUE PILKS will do.
Tliey arc decidedly Ibo best medicino for Chilla and 1 c
vor I over ROVO. I would not bo without Hiern for liv?
limes Un ?II : e. J. A. (iii MIA al.
Au nucen, April 17, 18117.
OueboxorOALLIOHAN'S PILLS cure J mo perfectly
or i'lillis and Fever. They arc Ibo beat imdiclno lot
Chills BUd I Vs cr I ever saw. A. U. DONALDSON,
Clerk Superior Court, Hum tor County, Us.
MoNxaoMsnr, ALA., July U, 1806.
Mesura. ULUNT k DALE-Or.NTs: I hava nsca your
0 A LL IO HAN'S FILLS om two occasions for Chills and
Fever, and lind that tiley effect all that Uicy aro intend
cd to do. Uley arc the beat remedy for tho disease tba.
1 liavo ever Irtcd. I consider them lierrectly reliable.
RosjK-cthilly, DAS'L SAYRE,
dram] Sec. lirau.l Lodgo ol F. and A. M. of Alabama.
A i.HAS v. GA., SI areli ll, 1BG7.
I have used GALLIOBAN'tl FILLS In forty roscaoi
Chills and Fever, willi penect aucccss. They are ILi
best Fever and Ague Fill pul up.
A. D. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, HY
OUODIUCII, WIK KUAN & cu..
No. 1S3 .Vie, lim- street.
And by all Druggists.
?LUI & HALT:,
May ll_Croo_ Montgomery, Ala.
OLD RIP VAN WINKLE OHM,
0 OLD MEDAL SHERRY,
PORT AND MADEIRA,
OLD HOMESTEAD RYE.
IN ADDITION TO ODS BUSINESS OF SELL1NO
WINES, etc., In original packages, and in order to
i e. ?um to consumera Pore Liquors Ina comport and con?
venient form, wo common oed the enterprise of bottling
and packing lu caaca our well known Wines, Brandies,
Whiskies, Atc, and have Bent them out In a atyto that
would preclude the possibility of their being tampered
willi before roaching tba pnrehaaer. Tho general appre?
ciation and graUfylng ancceaa that haa rewarded our
efforts bas encouragea na lo maintain tho standard aa re?
gards ip ml I ty. ul s a to make Increased efforts to retain tho
con?dcuco and patronage whtoh baa been so bberally bo
? t., M ed upon na. ll IN IN,, KU & CO.,
[Established 1778.] Importers ot Wince, ko..
No. IS Beaver a reel. Now York,
The allora popular gooda are put u> tn coses contain?
ing ono dozen bottles oacb, and are soli, by all prominent
Druggists, O rocen, Atc.
Opinions of trie Press.
Tho nemo or Dlmnger A Co., No. 16 Heaver street, la a
guarantee of tho exact and literal truth of whatever they
represent.-Af. F. Con. Adreriiitr.
Tho Imparting house of II Into ger At Co., No. IS Beaver
street, ta conducted upon principles of Integrity, fairness
and tho highest honor.-If. V. Arem/io Kxprtu.
GOODRICH, WI NE MAN St CO..
N 163 MK ETI NU 8TF.EET,
Opposite Charleston Bot
BOWIE & MOISE,
sriTEShOlls TO HIM; <fc CASBIDEY,
No. 161 MEET1NO STREET,
Wholesale Agenta. Charleston, R. C.
diAIILU 8I1HILIB?8 CORANTDB.
HAVE PROVED. HlOlt THE MOST AMPLE EXPE?
RIENCE, au entireancceaai Blmplo-Prompt-Effl
oient and Bailable. They sra the only medicines per
roeta y adapted to popular nae-so aim ide that ml? truel
s&nnot be mads In using them: BO harmless ss to br
Ire? from danger, and to efficient aa to be always relia?
ble. They have raised the highest commenta rion from
?AL and w Ul always rendor aaUanujtlon.
So. 1, euroa Fairers,CongeaUon,Inflammations.. 3f
" 9, " Worms Worm-Fever, Worm-Oolo.. M
" S, " Crying Colic, or Teething of In
lan ta. Ht
.> a, nt KIT ti ns ss of Children or Aflruta.... it
- a, " Dysentery, Griping, Bllioui Colic. St
.. B, Obolsia Moria rs, Nausea, Vomit*
" f, ? Coughs. Golda, Bronchitis.
" H, .? ??ursiala, Toothache, Faoeaehe.. M
.. 9, .. I le rular hes, Hielt Headsche J Vertigo., ii
10, Dyspepsia. BUlona Stomach..
" U, " Suppressed, or Painful Periods.....
" 13, " Whites, too profneo periods. I
'. IS, " Ornan, Gough, Duncult P. roa thing.. 3
.. lt, Sall I th ea ni, Krisipolis, Eruptions, II
" is, RhtasatHm, Bheumatio Pains... ss
lt, Waver ?nd Agile, ObUl Vaver,
? IT, Piles, Blind or Bleeding. H
.. IB, " Opt balm jr, and Bore or Week Eyes, to
" 10, (;ma--h, Aon te or Chronic, loan.
.. 90, .. W hoop In ? toa gt?, Violent Oe agnj 50
>. 31, " .".sthmn, Oppreeaod Breathing,. 10
K?r Discharges, Impaired Uear?
13, .. Scrofula, Enlarged O?ante, Bwall.
I? M, .. Ornerai Debility, Physical Weakness K
.' lt, " Dropsy and Hean ly Secretions.. IO
" M, .. Han. Sickness. Kl elm caa from Bid*
" IT, .? Kidney Disease, Gravel. 10
o 38, " Hervons Debility, Heroins! Kmu>
?loni, Involuntary d?charges.1,00
" 99, *' Sore Mouth, Canker. 10
" ML " Urinary Incontinence, Wetting
o tl, " Painful Periods, evan wfUa
Bpastr i. 10
.. Wt, " Baller'age at Ohange of Lie.1.00
S3, KpUepsv, Bpsams, Ht Vitus' DaneaLOO
II M. N Dlj tlisrla, CloersUxl Boro TrciL... 60
ITA Bl IL V OABBB.
tt-rtalt, morocco oast sad book.,910.00
IO largs vials, la morocco, and book,. 6,00
10 large nala, plain caae, and book. (.00
11 boxes (Sci. 1 to lt), and book. t\x
Hahogany oases, 10 vials.HO.oe
Ungle rials, with directions. LOO
sysy-Theoo remedies, by the oase or single box, are
tent to say part of the country, by Mall or Elf rees, tree
a charge, cm receipt cf the price. Address
DUM PH EE YB' BPEOllTO
nOMtZOPATBIO MEDICINE OOM PANT,
Om?a and Depot No. 663 Broadway, New York.
Dr. BuisrraJLKTB la ooasnlUd dally st his om oe, per
soiially or by latter, as above, for ali forma otdtaotsa.
DUWIB sb MOISI'. Wholoaalo Agents.
No. 161 Meeting slreot,
Oppotito Charlea ton Hotel.
W. A. SK III 1K. _ ,
A, Jr, BOKBIisSt CO.. Befall Aceat?.
Ho. 3U K^a-BTRIET, t th Ac OT above Uarkai-tL
AprU lt . OluiietUa, B, O,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
WHIM. UH Ill?.i: IW1HCKS.
KUM, YELLOW WATBH
FOUNDER, Loss ni
AITKTITK AND VI?
TAL ENERGY, Ac.
ITS USP. IMPROVES
Tl IK W I K I) , IN
?HKARK8 TIIK AP?
PETITE-O I V li S A
SMOOTH mi.l GLOS?
SY SKIN-nii.l train.
I'orniH tim MISKIIA
IIIaK H K KLETD Ks
INTO A PIMM LOOK?
ING AND SPIRITED HOUSE.
Thia |.ri j urntluli, limn
ami favorably known,
will tlinroii^lily r?'hivlj;o.
ralo broken /town anil
1. ? ' \ ?1 j - : i ii I horses, by
liri- t li cn I nu mid
channin)! thu nditiiacli
lt i* n Killi' prrvi'iilivc
of nit itbiMiH-a Inchkul
lo lin ' unliiml, hu, H a?
MINO I'KVKIt, GLAN]!.
HEAVES, COUGHS, DIS?
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION IS
INVALUAIILE. It ill.
crew? I li o quantity
mill lni|>.-ovi<8 thu miali
ty of Um M I ti iv. Il
han been provon by ne?
ilin! experiment to iii
crease tito ini.inllty ni
MILK ami U RR A M
twenty per cont., am]
make Hui U ll TT RR
linn and (arcot. In f.ii
t_ telling cattle, it i: v u
- them au appnlltc. u
cnn Uiclr bide, and niakoK tbcm thrive much finder.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH A3 COUGHS
tlioc, a certain lirareulivo ami euro fur tho Uni; Cholera,
S. A. FOUTZ & lt KO.,
No. 110 FRANKLIN STRGGT
FOR HALE RY
DOWIE & MOISE
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITK CIIA.M.I2STOV HOTEL,.
March 2:? stuthamo
For the Handkerchief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE. AND FRA
UltANT PEKFUS1E, Distilled from tho Haro am?
Beautiful Flower from which it takes ?ta name.
nlANUFAGTUBED ONLY BY PHAT.ON & SON,
BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOB vu u.c.s's- TA KI: NO oTiir.it.
Sold by Druggists gouorally, anil
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WHIAN & CO.,
January 31 mtUlyr
"A nolle mi on ber Up-bealla vas In ber look
rtrengtb- ?aa In her step, and In bar banda-PLASTA
A few bottl et ot PIAKTATIOH li ITT mu
WUU oar? NO.-VOUB Headache.
u Oold Extremluea and Fevorlah I Jo?.
Boar Stomach and Fetid Breath.
?. Flatulency and Indigestion.
11 Horvona Affoctlona.
KxceulTB Fatigue and Short Brestb.
" Fain over Ibo ?yea.
.? Mental Deepondenoy.
Proatratlou; Oreat Weakness.
Ballow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Aa
Willah are tho ovldencre of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYBPEP8IA.
It ta estimated that eoven-tonUia ol all ?dolt alimenta
proooed from a d?ceaaed and torpid Uver. The biliary
aecretlona of the Uver overflowing Into the stomach pot?
ion tba entire ayatem and exhibit Uie abovo aymptoma.
Alter long reaearch, wo aro ebb) to preaent tb? moat
remarkable can. for these horrid nightmare diseases,
tbs world baa ever produced. Within one year over als
hundred and forty thousand paraona bars take* the
PLAMTATIOS Brm a?, and not an lnatanc? of com plaint
baa come to oar knowledge I
Il ta a mott oJTootuAl tonio and agreeable atlmnlan
ral ted to all conditions of Ufa.
Tbs report, that lt relie, npon mineral substanoes to
Ita active proporttea, are whoUy false. For tb? nil.
faction of the publlo, and that pal?enla may conant
their phyalclana. we ?njwnd a Rat of Ita components.
Onion IIABX.-Celebrated for over two hundred
yeera in the treatment of Fover aud Ague, Dyspepsia,
weakneaa, Mc It waa Introduced Into Europe by the
Oounttea, wife of the Viceroy ol Pera, In imo, and
afterwards told by tba Jesnlts f*r Ute momnuprie ot
itt ow? tseipkl tn t?otr, under tho name ot JtrM t PJV
der?, and waa tinnily made publlo by Louis XVI, King
of Franco. Unmboldt make? u.peolal refnrenoe to ita
febrifuge qnalltlea during bia Booth American travels.
?iix'iiiii.u lUim-Ker dlArrbcaa, collo and dlaeaatr
Ol the atomacb and bowel?.
DAHUBLJOH-Vor Inflammation of the loins and drop
OHAH OMILK FLO WHS-For enfeebled digestion.
IaAVXOrDKB FtVOWXBS-AromeUo, all iii ul ant ?nd tonio -
highly Invigorating in nervoua debility.
WrBTXEOBxm-For aero fol a, rheumattiro, etc
AJTDBX-An aro mallo carminative; creating Kean,
muscle and m Uki much used by moth era nursing.
Also, olove-bnds, orange, carraway, oonanaar, inake
Another wonderful lngrodlont, of great oas among
the Spanish ladies of Sooth America, Imparting beauty
to the oomploxion sud brilliancy to the mind, la yet un?
known to the commerce of the world, and we withhold
Its name for the pro?tnt,
BoonssTE?, N. Y., December M, 1 ML
Messrs. P. H. DUAKB h Co.-I have been a great ?nf.
farer from Dy ?pepita for three or four yeera, and had to
abandon my profeaaion. About three month? ago I
tried the Plantation Bitter?, and to my great Joy Tam
now nearly a wsU maa. I nave recommended thom tn
a?rerai oases, sud, a? far as I know, alwaya with elgnal
benefit, 1 am, respectfully roars.
Ber. J. & CATHO RN.
Pim.it.ri.rnia, 10th Month, nth Day, 1863,
BBSTKOTKD FBIXHD:-My daughter h aa been muon
ben eatted by the nae of thy Plantation 111 itera. Thoo
wilt send me two botUes more.
Thy friend, ASA (TORRIN.
Boaams Boora, Omoaoo, UL. I
Fobrnary ll, 1063. j
Muna. p. H. DBACB A Oo,:-Please send ua another
twelve oases of your Plantation Bittora. Aa a morning
appetiser, they appear to have auperaeded everything
else, and are greatly ca teemed.
Tours, Aa, O AGE A WAITS.
Arrangements are now completed to rnpply any de?
mand for this article, which haa oat h ? ret?lo r? been
The publlo may rest assured that tn no case wlU the
perfectly pure atandard ol the ITLAKTATIO* Brmae bs
departed from. JStery boult bcari IK* fae-timUe of our
ti?natur* en a ?uti plait engraving, tr it connel bt gm
Anp peru* preUnding to tell RLABTATIO? Rms aa tn
buLk or by Vu q<?Um, U a twindUr ind inpotUr. Bm ari
of TtfiUi? boults. S*t Mot our Privai* Stamp U Dinro.
TO-aTan owr ?wry cort
Bold by ail DrnggUU, Qrooers and Dealer s throughout
P. H. DRAKE & CO., New York.
DAV EGA, YOUNG & M ?. KEN Z1K,
L&W AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Hos, SO and 40 Park Row?
ISAAC Ci AVTO A, 1
CUEOBOE D. vor/HO,_I SEW EOBEi
QEBA&D L. MnKlWETE.)
aAVINO BT/OOZBOBD TO THF SX) ll rn ON OOIXBO
TION DUHINEaa Ol Uuol. D1ENMY, PBJH.
I * ETiAEDEBB, wa wlU attend io th. ooriaoUoa ai
,iati due and aaatQittkf claims throiighont thsUnua
^ooMMU/JOJfMJU ron ALL tua BT AT MA,
CHIGKBRINU & SONS
NO. 052 li KO A I) W A Y
CniCKERINO ft SONS1
fir.ni il. Square anil Upright
Al?; NOW, AH THEY KV EH ftAVE UEFN, CON?
SIDERED lim boil lu America, Iii.mg boon
SIXTY Kl VK i-ui.'.i.. M KOA LS,
Of which fnnrtoon wore rocMvod, In thr< months of Hep
tomber ?nit OoUibor, 18111t, and Qrnl ?ir. m lu ru J HT CT all
competitors at tim rtltleroiit principal Falra In thia
country, and ilia 1'ltIZK MEDAL at Ibo
WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON.
I consider Gulckorlngk Bona' Pianos, b07ond com.
parlson, tho beat I hare KOCH In America.
Chairman of Jury on Musical lustramun
O ARD .
It fa willi feelings ot prldo as American inannfactnr?rl
that ?re pnbllsb tbo following tc.ll mon lain, which hi. ra
been rty aired Dy ni recently:
Rectioed during the month of Augur'., 1860.
taroon, July 2?, 1867.
Moron. Ortirxrnniri A RONS-Genta: I bara mnoh
pleasure In encloslug a document signed by Ibo first
composers, musicians and profoaeors lia Kure ?m. I hi*!d
your l'lauos In such high estimation (tndt my oertifl
cetc) Ibat I felt lt my duty to take ono of thom with me
to Europe, to a.cortalu the opinion of my prnfcs.loiial
brethren. Tho euclosed certificate will prove how
uuanlniou* ttioy havo been ou tho subject. I bog to
forward, al the tum o limo, a letter I received from my
frloud. Mr. Oollard, which I am sure tunet LsgraUfy
lng to you.
I hsvc thu boc or to be, guntlumen, yours very truly,
JAMES M. WLUI.I.
LONDON, Janacry 14, l BOO.
Jamtt M. Wehli, Kt g. :
MT DEI? Sra: 1 have groat ploasure lu asking youlo
convey lo Messrs. Chic Sering Gie ozpro sion ol my
hlgheat approval of their liistrnmonl. It ls, I con-dder,
not merely the beal Instrument of Amerlccu matiufac
lure that I have tried, but ono of tho Ouest tirane! llano,
torten that baa svor como under my observation: and
Ibo Messrs. CblckerluR may well bo proud of bavlug
turned out from their manufactory an instrument
which, for touch, quality, power and workmanship, lt
would bo very dlfllcnlt to surpass In Any part ol lbs
Dear sh*, very slncorely yours,
UH AH. D. OOLLAKD,
Firm of Collard k Collard, Plano forte Manufacturers,
LONDON, Aognst 22, 1SCS.
Jamel M. WeMi, Kn}.:
Mr DKAJI Kin: As yen are geing back to tho Dulled
Stales, I ronni beg yon to remember mo klmlly to Ilia
lesera. Ohlckcrlng. Tell thom I waa delighted with
their Grand Piano-forte-tu good an instrument, 1 Mini:
at un?a eoer turned eut, both in touch and ter t.
Wishing yon, Ac, I romain over li jly,
B. F. DUO&DWOOD.
Firm of I. Broadwood A Bons, Plano-forte Manolic
LONDON, July 20, isca.
Melin. ChieJcering di Som:
GENTS: 1 have inst been Invited by Melara. Oollard le
try a Grand Piano-forte manufacture.1 by yeo, an.! I
havo no hoaltatlon lu oudorslng Ihe opinion ol my old
friend, Mr. 0. D. Collard, TIS: That lt ls the Quest in.
ttrumeuti ever played on.
Believe roe, gentlemen, moat faithfully roora,
J. L. HATTON.
TVritmoniaij fran the mott dietinguuhed Artittt in Rvropt
to Meter?. Chichering di Sone:
LONDON, July 26, 18&8.
HavlDg played upon a Piano-forte made by Messrs,
Ohlckerlng 4 Bena, of Boston and Maw York, I bare
much pleasure In testifying to Ita general oxcellcnoe.
For sweetness and brtlUanoy of tone, delicacy of
touch and magnificent power for concert purposes, I
consider lt a really O naen Pl ANO-TOUT E, AND DECIDED
IT TH! BIST I HAVE SEEN 07 A M Ku IC A M M A1.UV ACTDIir.
A BAB ELLA OUDDAUD. GIULO UKGONDL
ii. A. OdUOlthR. AI.KU tu JAELL.
W. KUH I- LINDSAY SLOPER.
JOLEd BENEDICT. J. MOSOHELEr),
M. W. BALFE Prof. of Oonierralolre de
OHAS. HALLE. Leipzig.
BUINLEY BICUARDS. H. A KT li bit OH APPEL.
RENE FAVAHUER. Director of Monday Con
SYDNEY SM1TU. certs, Loudon.
Among the cbtsf pointa of ezoeUence of the Ohickor
lng pianos, of which apeak the renowned artists lu their
congratulatory testimon?ala to the Messrs. Ohlckerlng,
are the greatest poaalble depth, richness sud volume ot
tone, combined with a rare brilliancy, uloarneas and
perfect ovenneis throughout tho entire scale; and,
above ell, a surprising duration of aonnd, the pure and
sympathetic nuailty of which never changea under the
mont delicate or powsrful touch.
Daring the past forty-three years thia firm hu manu
In the eenrtrncUon of which they have Introduced every
known and valuable Improvement. They have Invaria?
bly been selected and uaod by all of lbs world's ac?
knowledged greet artists who have visited this co on try
profesaiou&ljy, both for private autl pub ho nee.
T il A LUI ". ii u.
I consider Chlckating k Sous' Pianos, bayoud oom.
parUou, the bett 1 bare ever Been tn America.
They are unrivalled for their singing qualities and for
tho harmonious roundness of their tone. Tbers ia a
perfect homogeneity throughout all the regtitora. Tbs
upper notes are remarkable for a clearness and purity
which I do not Cd lo any other Instrument, while lbs
base la dlttlngulihod for power without bars ansas, and
for a m aguie cent sonority.
Yonr Pianos are superior to any I have ever teen in
thia country or In Europa.
I have never beard a tone so perfect; lt yields every
expression that ls naeded In minie, ami its quality lt
capable of change to meet every sentiment. This la a
rare power, and ls derlvod from tho perfect purity of
1U lose, together with Us sympathetic, eUatlo and veil
bal an oed touch.
During the past eight years I hara constantly played
upon the Jostly eelobrated Krard Planer ; yours are tho
only lu i tm ra en ts that I have round, either bare or In
Europe, to equal them lo ail their points ol excellence.
It may ba satisfactory to our patrons and friends
among the publie at large to state that testimon?ala have
been received from au the leading artists who hare
visited or ar? now residing In the Doited States, a few of
whose namos, besides those above, we append:
LEO. DB MKYEU. OUSTAV M ATT KB,
ALFRED JA KL JJ. BENEDIOT.
H. r ANDERSON, af. H TU AK OH CH.
& HOFFMAN. JOLUEN.
And many others.
?jr ILLUSTRATED ALB?MB AND PRIOR LIflTfi
AUNT DY MAIL.
No. 652 Broadway,
HENRY SIEGLING, A^t
OHAHLEBTON' 8. O
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