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NEW YOKK, July 14.-A decision batt been
rendered iu Ibe case of tho ateauiship
Me teer, condemning ber as a Chilian pri?
vateer. The Court allowed her to bo
A Paris letter says that -Napoleon re?
ceived Beauregard with unusual cordiality,
and sent a Chamberlain to show him to
-the Corps L?gislatif!.
LEAVENWORTH, July 13.-Serious appre?
hensions aro felt among the Denver gold
region settlements in regard to suspected
Indian troubles. The bands assembled at
-Fort Lawrence are upon the war paths;
a body of Cheyennes have been depredating
cu the Little Blue River, 200 nides from
Leavenworth, and tho whole region of tho
Kansas and Platte rivers are overrun with
NEW YORK, July 14-A Montreal tele?
gram announces the arrival of two regi?
ments from England; also three guu-boats,
Tor Borvice on the Canadian waters.
NEW ORLEANS, July 14.-Tho appoint?
ment of delegates to tho Philadelphia Con?
vention has been deferred untU next week.
NEW YORK, Jilly 14.-Five steamers
?ailed for Europe to-dsy, with $1,290,000
in specie. _^ '_
WASHINGTON, July 14.-Tho Senate was
engaged in no business of general interest .
. The- House bad up the report in the Ros
60a.u-Grinnr.li case, but without coming to
a vote, adjourned. The nomination of
Alex. W. Randall as Postmaster-General
ba? been sent to tbe Senate.
There are $71,000,000 in tho Treasury
The President ha? accepted Dennison's
resignation. The latter says, in his letter
of the 11th, tendering his resignation :
"In thus withdrawing from your Cabi?
net, it ia proper to say, that I do so chiefly
because of the difference of opinion be?
tween ns in regard to the proposed amend?
ment of the Constitution, which I approve,
and the movement of tho Philadelphia
Convention, to which I am opposed. My
confidence m tho patriotism of the Union
Republican party, and conviction that upon
ita permanent control of thc Government
depends, in a largo measure, tho peace
and happiness of thc country, will not per?
mit of my holding any equivocal attitude
ki respect to it. Assuring yon of my per?
sonal regard and appreciation of the uni?
form courtesy I have received from you, I
au, respectfully, yours, Ac,
To this, tho President briefly responds,
accepting thc resignation, and says be
folly appreciates the kind assurance of
The Senate confirmed Ben j. J. Parker
?nd David Barron, of Charleston, S. C.,
Appraisers of Merchandize; Geo. R. Cong
don, of Georgetown, 8. C., Collector of
Customs; Cecil McNeil, Surveyor of Cus?
toms, Charleston, S. C.
NEW YORK, July 14.-Cotton quite firm;
sales 250 bales; middling, 35@37$. Gold
152?; exchange dull; sixty days, 9?; sight ll.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull, with sales of 1,100
bales, at 36@37. Flour dull and lowor
Southern $email@example.com. WTieat very dull,
with a declining tendency. Corn declined
lc. Beef steady. Pork heaw, at *31fi?.
31.75. Turpentine 71@72. Wool dull and
nominally lower-Texas 25@33. Gold 52*.
MOBILE, July 14.-Sales of 400 bales cot?
ton to-day-middling S0@31-at a decline,
with fair market, but closing finn, at quo?
NEW ORLEANS. Jnlv 14.-Cotton quiet,
with sales of 500 ba*les, at 30@32. Gold
SH. Sterbng 67.
A boy died, in Chicago, last week,
from the effects of swimming iu a
pond where the carcasses of un i mais
had been deposited. Large spots
broke out on him, and his symptoms
were those of a very bad case ot poi?
soning. It is supposed he swallowed
some of the water.
An Australian journal states that,
recently, near Sydney, New South
Wales, a turtle was found that mea?
sured seven feet in length, and
weighed 700 pounds. It also states
that a still larger turtle has since been
found, in Newcastle harbor, New
Head Centre Stephens was arrested
in Boston, on the 11th, at the suit of
P. H. Sennott, who claims $4,000 for j
delivering lectures onFeniauism, and
expenses incurred in an excussion to
Campo Bella Stephens appeared in
the Municipal Court and gave bail in
the sum of $7,000.
One of "the sex" writes that, "al?
though a few of the American ladies
live in idleness, the majority, as yet,
work themselves into early graves;
giving tho mon an opportunity to
try two or three in the course of their
own vigorous lives. "
The War Department has disap?
proved the forced levy made by Gen.
'Butler on the city of New Orleans,
. and asks of Congress a special appro?
priation wherewith to refund it.
Apprehensions are entertained re?
garding the hay crop in Pennsylvania.
Farmers are engaging their crops at
sixteen dollars per ton.
The new Boston directory contains
G5,184 names; an increase of 4,01)3
over last year.
The Chicago directory for this year
contains over 71,000 names; being an
increase over last year of over 20,000.
PORT OF CHARLESTON. JULY 14.
Sehr. John T. Williams, Philadelphia.
WENT TO SEA YESTERDAY.
steamship Lulu, Childs, Baltimore.
LT FOP. CHARLESTON.
Sehr. Lizzie White, Now York, July ll.
Sehr. Coast Pilot, New Y'ork, July ll.
Died, at Grove Hill, Sumter District, on
the 5th Julv. 1866, CAROLINE MIDDLE?
TON, wife of W. B. Murray ami daughter
of the late Col. R. IL Goodwyn, aged
'thirty-nine years and seven days.
BOXES be3t FAMILY SOAP low for
cash._J. C. SEEGERS CO.
TWO large and commodious STORES,
centrally located. Apply to
Joly 6 JOHN RAW?S.
GERMANIA. . w -
A LLL Mitglieder dieses Vereines, BO wi?
J\. alle Diejenigen* welche demselben
?eizntreten wuenschon, werden l?erduroh
ersucht aw Dienstage den 17ten July,
AbondB 8 Uhr, in Vereins-Locale de?
Herrn Grieshaber KU erscheinen, um die
aufgesetzten Statuten durchzusehen.
_JulyI5 DAS COMITTE.
Corn, Bacon, Rice !
ON HAND AT
BAS AHAS & WARLEVS.
?W\A'BUSHELS prime WHITE CORN,
?AJVJ fbr bread. -
2 hhd?. prime BACON SlBES. _
5 tierces prime CAROLINA RICK.
20,000 LBS. BACON.
50 BUSHELS COW PEAS.
GROO m RIES
FISHER & mun
ALIMITED amount of GOLD ami SIL
VER._FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Q/"|A BUSHELS heavy feeding OATS,
O\J\J for sale low by
July 13 8 E. A G. D. HOPE.
MA LARGE and commodious RESI?
DENCE, in the city of Columbia, con?
taining ten good rooms, with out?
buildings complete, bath room and water
closet, in a healthy part of the city. Terms
reasonable. Applv to
July 13 +6_ D. B. DsSAUSSURE.
3_ i PIPE HOLLAND GIN.
~fc 4 cask BRANDY"-"Otard, Dupuy
4 ca?k SHERRY WINE.
i cask Burgundy PORT WINE.
Corn, Rye and Monongahela Whiskies.
For ?ale* as low aa genuine articles can
be furnished for by E. STENHOUSE.
July IO Imo
July G_JOHN C. SEEQERS A CO.
ORANGES, LEMON'S AMI FIGS,
rdrums, just received.
5 bbl*, fresh SODA BISCUITS.
July 6 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
FOR . tenting Glass, China, .Vc For
sale ai DR. C. H. MIOT'S
July C. Drug Store.
SOLUBLE GUM DROPS.
A SUPPLY just received bv express, at
J\_ DR. C. H. MIOT'S
July 6 Drug Store.
A Pleasant Tonic.
Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir or Cali?
11 HE bitterness of the Calisaya and tho
. nauseous inkiness of the iron, winch
have so often rendered these estimable
tonics repulsive to delicate stomachs, are
entirely overcome by being skillfully blend?
ed into a delightful cordial, pleasant to the
taste, acceptable to the stomach and invi?
gorating to tho svstem. For sale at
July 6_ DR. C.'H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
QUIN IN ? !
?t (\(\ OZ. QUININE, received THIS
JLvf \J DAY bv National Express at
June 2'.) ' MIOT'S DRUG STO1 IE.
FRESH CITRATE MAGNESIA.
ONE ca?c CITRATE MAGNESIA, re
ceivod at _ MIOT'S DRUG STOKE.
AFRESH SUPPLY of the above at
?Tune '2'.) MIOT'S DRUGSTORE.
FOB SUMMER USE.
VENICE SUR CHOIX B A T H I N (J
Turkish BATHING TOWELS extra.
German, Neroli, Turkish ami Bello CO?
French and English Soaps, Extracts,
Toilet Powders, Ac.
All the above, of the best quality and
recent importation, received at
Juno 29 MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
ON E ? ase TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
BOSE WATER, received and for sale
at MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
JUST received by express, the following
choice varieties of LANDRETH'S GE?
NUINE TURNIP SEED:
Landroth'a improved Purple Top Ruta
White Swedish Rula Baga.
Early White Flat Dutch. At
Juno 29 DR. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
HOSIERY & NOTION GOODS!
ar? receiving thia day, via the
W Emily B. Sonder, from New York, a
largo stock of GOODS, purchased for cash,
to which we invite th? special attention of
the ladle? and merchants, aa wo will sell
CHEAP, both at whole jaie and retail:
300 pieces Plain and Plaid Nainsook.
Bishop and Linen Lawn.?, soft finish.
Plain and Striped Swiss.
Plaid and Tape Checks, Mull Muslin.
Striped and Dotted Bobinet.
Tarlotons, Silk Bobinet for Veils.
White, Colored aud Black Kid Gloves.
White, Colored and Black Tafeta and
Berlin, for Ladies and Miases.
Large stock of Hosiery, for Ladies',
Gent'a, Miases and Boys, from common to
best-regular makes, all sizes.
Brown and Bleached Damasks, Crash.
Russia Diaper. 50 doz. Towels-cheap.
Berage and Grenadine, for Veils-all
Infants' Robes, Piano and Table Covers.
'Lace Curtains, P?low-case Linen.
8-4 to 11-4 Cotton Sheeting.
Mozambique, Silk Poplins, Lenos.
Plaid and Black Alpacas.
Berage, Chambra, Pec?le.
Fancy Lawns, Huckaback Diaper.
Kid and Lisle Gloves,
Prints, of all descriptions,
Cambric, Swiss, Lisle and Thread Edg?
ings, Inscrtings, Balancines.
Toilet Quilts, Ribbons and Notions.
CLOTHING, consisting or Fancy Caesi
mercs, Tweeds, Linens and Broadcloths;
also, Marseilles and Satin Vests.
20 pieces Embroid'd and Plain Beragos.
CO " Cballies-very pretty-87$ 7d.
25 " French. Prints.
200 " Fancy "
200 " Lawns and Jaconets.
Bombazines, 6-4 Black DeLaine.
8-4 Black and White Berage, for shawls.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'd and Linen Cuffs and Collars.
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
25 " 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bales 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery-all prices and qualities.
A large and beautiful lot of Sea-sides and
Sun-downs; together with many other
goods too numerous to mention-all of
which will be sold very cheap.
July 15 _TOLLE SON & J ANNE Y.
PT A BOXES TOBACCO-choice grades.
OU 10 ?' " -low
10,000 SEGARS genuine Rio Hondo.
5,000 " -low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS-8 to 12.
10 baskets Heidsick Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port, Sherry and Claret
10 doz. Lemon Svrup.
Several cases of Old COGNAC BRANDY.
10 bbls. Bourbon Whiskey.
20 " Corn "
cn bbl?. Coffee Sugars.
25 " common Brown Sugars.
25 bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines.- 100 boxes Herrings.
J ANNE Y & TOLLESON.
Hear the Voice of the People!
IHAYE tried your GERMAN HORSE
POWDERS, and am well pleased with
the result. Send mo ?5 worth by express,
and oblige P. J. C.
Good for all diseases to which horse is
subject. A valuablo medicine. No one
Hhould be without it. For sale bv
FISHER A- HEIN?TSH,
WONDERFUL EFFECT of only one
bottle. Copy of a letter: "I have
used only half a bottle of Queen's Delight
and Sarsaparilla for boils and eruptions of
the skin and itching humor ot the blood,
which annoyed me very much. I am en?
tirely cured". I think your medicine a valu?
ablo one. P. W. C."
For sale by FISHER Sc- HEINITSH.
July 12 _ _
Bed Bugs, Bed Bugs.
rilO insure tho comfort of ..nature's sweet
J_ restorer," get a bottle of the "BED
BUG DESTROYER." it destroys them in?
stantly. At FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
FUR BED BUGS.
For RATS and MICE.
For ITCH and HUMORS.
For TOOTHACHE. At
FISHER & HEINITSH'S, Druggists.
Lemon Acid or Lemonade!
FOR making LEMONADE. Put in bot?
tles; 25 cents each. At
FISHER Si HJSIiaTSH'SjDruggiBts.
FOR marking linen. At
FISHER Sc HEINITSH'S,
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGIC ! !
ANY one may make a beautiful picture
with only a few drops of water, and
mako your own albums of pretty pictures
at little cost. For sale by
FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
Tamarinds for the Sick!
FOR making TAMARIND LEMONADE;
a delightful refrigerant in fevers. For
sale by FISHER & HEINITSH,
June 20 Pharmacists.
Arrivai of Pontoons.
ANOTHER large supply of PONTOONS;
SUGAR PLUMS, for worms. The
great medicine for worms. Over 2,WOO have
been sold in less than two months, and
millions of worms destroyed. If your
children have worms, go to Fisher A Heiu
itsh's and got a box.
FISHER St HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS the admirat ion of overy one. No one
possessing this rich gift and attribute
of healt h and attraction would exchange it
for tho wealth of the Indies. Yet how
many suffer their skin to become rough
with spots and pimples, which mar the
beautv and bloom of tho face. The CIR?
CASSIAN BLOOM removes all spots and
I blemishes, tan, freckles, pimples, blotches,
and imparts a beautiful complexion, so
1 attractive in woman.
For sale hy druggists evervwhoro.
FISHER Sc HEINITSH, Agents.
I JOHN M. MARIS 4 CO., Philad'a.
ima ?I nun
Book, Job r,ud Newspaper
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor
THE OaltV P808WX
ls published every morning, except Mon?
day, and contains the LATEST NEWS, by
telegraph and mails, up to tho hour of
going to press; Editorials, Correspondence
from different points, Miscellaneous Bead?
ing, Tales, Poetrv, Sketches, etc., etc., etc.
In the QUANTITY and QUALITY of its
READING MATTER is not to be excelled
by any paper in South Carolina. ADVER?
TISEMENTS inserted on favorable terms.
Contains, iu every number, tho reading
matter (.embracing the latest news) of
TWO ISSUES of the daily. It ia published
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Is published every Wednesday morning.
It ts the desire, and will be tho object of
the Proprietor, to make this equal to, if I
not the best, FAMILY NEWSPAPER in j
the South. In fact, as its name indicates,
A. Home Companion, i
Besides the collection of the cream of
the news of the week, Political, Financial
and the Markets, it will contain a large
amount of LITERARY MA TTER, such as
choice Tabs, sketches and Poetry, lt
will embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing
FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS, is printed in a
form to bind, and thus secures a faithful
record and history of passing events.
Our JOB OFFICE is fully supplied w ith
all kinds of WOOD and FANCY TYPE,
CARDS, PAPER, COLORED INK, ETC.,
ETC., and wo are fully prepared to execute
promptly, ai.d at moderato prices, all
*" - Spices*. Spioesf! -?*.*?
PEPPER, ALLSPICE, GINGER, Mace,
Cinnamon, Nutmegs, Glot?n, whole
and ground, jnut received and for esk; low,
by_ _J. * T._R. AGNEW.
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes.
JCST RECEIVED, a full assortment of
Hubs, Spokes and Felloes, suitable for
Carriago and Wagon-maksrs, which will be
sold at a small advance on cost.
_July 14_J.J 3\ lt. AGNEW._
BARKELS CRUSHED 6UGARS.
100 barrels extra C Sugar.
00 barrels A Sugars.
50 barrels MuseovadoTSugars.
On hand, and to arrive soon, which will
be sold at onr usual low prices.
July 14_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Raisins, Figs, Currants, &c.
JUST received, a complete assortment oL
RAISINS, FIGS, CURRANTS, Prunes
and Almonds-all fresh and cheap.
July 14 J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
Mustard ! Mustard ! !
1CASE FRENCH MUSTARD, ami a Tull
assortment of landon Mustard, in bot?
tles, cans and in bulk, just received per
steamer, and for sale low by
July 14 _J. ? T. R. AGNEW.
Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues.
2BDLS. Choice Fulton Market Beef,
libbi, choice Ox Tongues.
Just received and fdr sale by
JnTy 14_ J. & T. B. AGNEW.
AFULL assortment of best quality
. Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from 8
to 52 inches in diameter, just received and
for sale low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
TUST received from auction, a good sup
?.! ply of ?rst quality BLACKING, mann?
ered by Chas. Watson, late foreman to
.'. S. Mason & Co., and for salo at thc fol
<?twug low prices: No. 1,30 cents per
dozen; No. 2, 40 cents per dozen; No. 3, 50
.."cnts per dozen;No. 4, 00 cents per dozen.
.Time 20 _ J. A T. ll. AGNEW.
BITTER, EGGS AND POTATOES.
CHOICE COUNTRY BUTTER, FRESH
EGGS, new Irish Potatoes and prime
Sweet Potatoes. Just received and for
sale by_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
C1HOICE PICKLED PORK. Just re.
j ceived ami for sale bv
June 2:t J. X T. R. AGNEW.
Mackerel! Mackerel! !
1 PACKAGES MACKEREL, con
JCVyVy sifting of barre'.i, half barrels,
quarter barrels and kits, nu hand and for
sale by_ _ _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
XXTE aro daily adding to our variety of
VV choice GROCERIES, and have just
received a supplv of the following, viz.: |
Fresh MACKEREL, in can?.
Fresh SALMON, in can*?.
CRANBERRY SAUCE, in cana.
Roast Beef, in can?.
tireen Corn, in cans.
Pie Fruits, assorted, in glass,
Lemon Syrup, in glass.
June 22 J. A T. lb AGNEW.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and
1 ?\ HHDS. prim..' BACON SIDES and i
J_U SHOULD URS.
2 hhda. Sugar-cared Breakfast Strips. !
Ou hand and for sale low In?
june 1") J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
Hams! Hams! Hams!
CHOICE NEW YORK CITY SUGAR
CURED HAMS, just received and for
sale at 25 cents per n und. Call soon, be?
fore thev are all sold.
June fl .i \ T. R. AGNEW.
OfW^l BBLS. Super, Extra. Hocker'?
JU Self-Raising and choice Family j
FLOUR, on hand and for wah.- low bv
June 3 _?. A T. H. AGNEW. '
TIRE IRON, li to 2 inchon wide, at 'Wc. i
A complete assortment of Hoop, Hod, !
Horse-shoe, Round and Square IRON, on 1
limul and for sale low bv
June 3 _ J. x'T. lt. AGNEW.
Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.
rTf\ DOZ. Long and Short Handled
25 doz. SPADES.
15 " Long and Short Hamil. :l Manure
Fork?. Also, Garden Forks, Garden Hoes,
Garden Rakes, Garden Trowels, Grain Cra?
dles, Griffin's Scythes, Ac. Just received
and for sale low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
fTIHE subscribers have Just received an
_L assortment of CARRIAGE .MATE?
RIALS, consisting in part of Spokes, Fel?
loes, Shafts, Carriage Bolts, Axle Clips,
Malleable Castings, Enamelled Cloth and
Leather, Dash Leather. Whip Sockets.
Knobs, Lining Nails, Point and Saud
Bands, Oil Carpet, Carriage Hinges, Coach
Body and Running Part Varnish, .Japans,
Pailita, Oils, Ac.
A full assortment of Tire Iron, from l?
to 2 inches wide, at 6j cents per pound.
June 2 J. .v. T. lt. AGNEW.
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
THE undersigned have been appointed
agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes are made with three flanges
all other safes have but two. Thev hare
Powder Proof Locks, and the locks ami
bolts are protected with plates of hardened
steel, which is the only protection against
? he burglar? drill and tho insertion of pow
' Also, warranted free from dampness.
?Je these Sates have no superior in
a uv, they aro furnished at moderate
rh c*-at least 25 to 33i per cent, less than
Herring's ami other makers, while the
?iuality cannot bc surpassed.
A sample Safe can bo seen at our store,
and orders will bo taken at Now York
prices, with expenses of transportation
added, and no charge for forwarding in
Charloston. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
FOUR YEARS IN THE BADDIE.
BY Col. Hittry-ttilxnur, o? y^jfarybtud
Lbie. Summer Rest; hy (rail Hanoi
ton. Han?! and Clore; by Amelia T'dv, ai <r
The Orphans; byMrs. Oliphant. Miss Foi'
router -A Novel; by lira. EdA'ard*. Poe El M
of M?8S Muloch. Toilers pf, tye Sea; by
Victor Hugo. Owen Meredith's Foem-i.
New supplies of Dr. Craven's Jeff. Davis
in Fortress Mourne. Dill Arp, with pic
tures to match. Petigru's Life: by lion
W. J. O ray son. Diary of Mrs. Trevylyan;
by Cotta Family. Chronicles of Schuaberti
Cotta Family. For wale at
J. J. McCABTER'S Bookstore,
Opposite Court House, Columbia.
L AGER BEER.
AFRESH suppl v of Seegers' celebrated
Baltimore LAGER BEER.
Jnrfo 29 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
CASKS .loungers A O?.'* EDIN?
BURGH. J. C. SEEGERS & CO.
Ladies' Entrance, Second Floor,
Room No. 23.
Late of Berlim, Prussia.
IMP OR l'A NT NEW INVENTION.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE VISION
THE only PERFECT LENS in existence;
superior to any other in uso; construct?
ed in accordance with the science and plii
losophy of nature in tho peculiar form of a
Concavo-convex Ellipsis-admirably adapt?
ed to tho organ of sight, aud perfectly
natural to the eye, affording altogether tho
best artificial help to the human vision
ever invented. Sold only by the Professor
of Optica and Spectacle Manufacturer.
The advantages of these Spectacles ovur
all others arc:
1st. The only true lone known being per?
fectly free from chromatic light, so well
known to be the cause of injury to thc vi?
sion, and which makes the change from
spectacles tn glasses of stronger power so
often required, while both nearaud distant
objects are seen with equal facility through?
out, the same glasses.
2d. Can bo wot n with perfect ease for
any length of timo at one sitting, giving
astonishing clearness of vision, particu?
larly by candle or other artificial light
comfort to tho spectacle-wearer hitherto
3d. When the eyes ache or pain through
thc action of a bright light, such as is re?
flected from snow, sunny weather, white
paper and in reading, writing or sewing, or
vivid colors, these lenses, by softening tho
ray*, effect a most agreeable sensation
aud gives great relief.
-Uh. In all nervous affections of the eye,
causing didi and startling pains in tho eye?
ball or temple, appearance of luminous
and dark spots in the atmosphere, aching
or feeling like sand in tho eye, the disturb?
ed nerves are quieted and soothed.
r>th. Ground by peculiar machinery, got
up at greatcoat, mathematically caleiilatod
expressly for the manufacturo of this lens,
so as to produce it with tho true spherical
accuracy, and its focus is at tho exact
centre, a point of vital importance, and
which no other lens possess.
Cth. Proof of superiority over the obi
kind of spectacles. They are used exclu?
sively at all tho hospitals for diseases of the
eye, in Berlin, Prussia, and elsewhere.
Testimony of recommendations from medi?
cal gentlemen, professors of the highest
opthalmic talent in Charleston ond Colum?
bia, S. C., and in the Union.
COLOMBIA, 8. C., July 12, 1806.-I ha.e
examined a great variety of glasses manu?
factured by Prof. M. Bernhardt, and in jus?
tice to tho Professor, must say that his
glasses are of a superior quality, adapted
to meet the wants of almost "every eye,
vhero tho vision is in any way imperf" ct.
The Professor selected for me H pair of hi9
Australian Crystal Glasses, which are of
very superior quality and workmanship
rendering vision very distinct, almost a-:
perfect aa in youth. ? yield tins testimony
in favor of tie: Professor's glasses most
cheerfully. D. H. TREZEVANT, M. D.
COLUMBIA, S. C., July 12,1866.- I do most
willingly boar my testimony in favor of the
superiority of the Austrian Crystal Single
and Double Vision Spectacles, over all
other kinds. They aro constructed upon
tho best established and understood prin?
ciples of optics, and their adaptation to th?
human eye in its different conditions of
vision, is so perfect as to rendor sight
eas j'without effort. lu my opinion, none
oth? rs should be used, since the eyes one?;
used to these do not seem to grow old, and
by having a focus at any point of the sur
face, they appear to restore tho eyes to
their youthful energy.
li. W. GIBBES, M. 1>.
COLOMBIA, S. C., July 12, lS??.-Wo have
examined the Lenses of Prof. Bernhardt,
and consider them superior to any we have
seen. They are admirably adapted, not
only to improve the imperfections e>f im?
paired sight, but to relieve the weariness
of vision which constant study produces.
Manv of the glasses are of new and inge?
nious contrivance. Wo cordially recom?
mend the Professor to all those who re?
quire scientific optical assistance.
SAMUEL FAIR, M. D..
W. L. TEMPLETON. M. D.,
A. N. TALLEY, M. D.,
Columbia, S. C.
E. GEDDINGS. M. D.,
T. L. OGIF.R, M. P.,
JAMES P. JERVEY, M. D..
Charleston, S. C.
Testimonials from James L r, Gover?
nor of South Carolina, Gov. Worth, ot
North Carolina, and n largo number e>f
->ther leading men of tho United State -,
mav be seen at Prof. M. Bernhardt's office.
Manv years of public practice and study
m the hospitals in Europe, adjusting spec?
tacles to patients under every aspect of tlc
fective vision, as well as experience iu an
e xtensive, long-established business in his
optical stores, both here and in Europe,
Prof. Bernhardt considers it a sufficient
guarantee of his ability to apply such
glasses as are best calculated for the assist?
ance or recovery of imperfect sight.
teg- Ofhco hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.,
Nickerson's Hotel, Ladies' Entranco, se?
cond floor. Room No. 23.
?. B.-Owing to engagements elsewhere,
Prof. Bernhardt will be able to remaiu
here for a short time only. July 14 Imo