X»ul (.wviHiHir i* 4 Wi*
A‘>4i»•( Low Sixfcsu Datss* • ln • notice
ol Uic oMt tqf of the &umml Tmatr*, tbe
L XMloa Tioif s saye
Id tbe count- of tbe evening, an mcideot
occurred l<> wbicb we have enure delicacy iu
alluding, but wbicb as being, so far a« we
know, wholly without precedent in an Eng
lish theatre; and also as intimating, censor
ship of manners in a quarter where accord
ing to conventional estimation refinements is
least to be expected, should not, perhaps,
be suffered to pass without uotice. In
the stalls, which were occupied for
tbe most part by ladies and gentle*
men, manifestly ol good social position,
aod all dressed in evening costume, there was
seated in company with a friend, a tall
and remarkably pretty woman, tbe extraor
dinary lowness ot whose dress was a general
subject of conversation, and obviously gave
great scandal to tbe audience, 'among tbe fe
male portion of w hom a painful sensation
was clearly perceptible. At last public in
dignation found expression in a brief, em
phatic form. No sooner had tbe curtain
fallen on the first play than there was beard
from tbe gallery a voice utteriDg in slow and
well measured accents an injunction which
could be intended for but one person in the
vast assembly. Hale with emoliou, yet still
retaining* her gentle, placid look—for there
was no taint of immodesty in her demeanor—
she quietly drew her opera cloak over her
shoulders, and then tied it tight round her
neck. In a tew minutes afterwards she rose
from her seat, and leaving behind her friend,
a modestly dressed woman, walked out of
the house, amid tbe hisses from the gallery,
and stern silence, not less eloquent, in the
stalls and boxes.
Times Have Changed. —An incident oc
curred at ‘Yale,’ which, I think, goes very
far to establish as a fact that 'this is a world
ot change.’ A Yale alummus of twenty
years standing returned, after a long ab
sence, to visit his alma mater, and was very
courteously received and shown around by
Prof, TL . After having exhibited to his
guest all the modern improvements, the pro
fessor said to him—
“You have now seen, I believe, all that is
new in the institution except the gymnasium;
Come let's go up there, and I’ll roll a string
of ten-pins with you."
What, sir ! exclaimed the guest, start
ing back in real or simulated astonish
“Why," exciaimed the protessor,“we have
a fine alley in our gymnasium, and I would
like to go there and roll a string of ten-pins
with you." ,
“Roll ten-pins with you, sir ?" cried the
alumnus with a gleam of malicious fuu in his
eye ; “why sir, I was expelled from the col
-1 ege for rolling ten-pins!"
Cotton Abroad and at Home. —The Eng
lish papers report a better prospect of coitou
next year in India and Egypt than at any
previous time. The conditions of raising and
transporting the staples in both these eoun
tries are greatly improving ; and if the price
could be kept up to the present figure fr r
ten years longer, a permanent and sufficient
supply for the European Biarket might by
that time be obtained. But it is here that
the peril and the fear arises. For if cotton
can be again raised in this country at any
thing near the old price, or even at the rate
of fifteen to twenty cents a pound, then
neither the Indian nor Egyptian growers can
compete with ns, and their prosperity will
collapse. We think there is good reason for
ofher countries to fear this. We believe that
cotton will be planted over a very large sur
face Dext spring ; ami by the year following
nekt, when the South shall be well supplied
with capital; wheu its labor and industry
will be thoroughly organized ; when emigra
tion shall have poured thither, and when the
use of new and improve machinery shall be
extensively introduced, tv* shall probably
give Europe all the cotton it needs at a low
er price than itcau be obtained elsewhere
The poet Tennyson is thus described by
one who saw him recently : “He was dress
ed in a very ordinary, rather negligent man
ner, and liis thick, curly gray hair hung in
long and shaggy locks down over a broad
collar. His hat was down over his face, so
that I could not see his phrenological de
velopment ; but be truly had the ‘sad pas
sive eye,’ which I had heard credited to him,
and which, withal, was nervous nnl down
cast. He wore a rather long beard and mous
tache; both were plentifully sprinkled with
white, though originally very dark. The
poet’s complexion was sallow, his nose
straight, and his face rather long.”
The Philadelphia and Charleston Steam
ship Line.— The Philadelphians are quite san
guine that their steamship project—to con
nect them with Savunuah and Charleston
will be a success. The money that is to buy
the steamers is now being raised by subscrip
tion. New steamers are not to be built, as
vessels calculated lor the coasting trade can
be bought in New York for less money.
At the recent burial ot a soldier and a
young lady, in a town near Paris, the funeral
authorities made the singular mistake of con
founding the two. The young lady was in
terred with military honors, a dragoon regi
ment following her to the grave, while the
soldier's coffin was covered with while dra
pery and flowers, as the symbols of virgin
purity, and was carried to tbe grave by four
ladies, a whole galaxy of damsels escorting
the trooper's remains, and chanting funeral
Reception at Washington. —lt is under
stood that the President's regular weekly
receptions will not begin until the second
week in January. The customary New
Year’s reception for the general public will
take place on the first day of January.—
Speaker Colfax will also give his first recep
tion in the second week in January, when
the gay season at the capital will be inaugu
Watt*lies, ( Imins. Diamond
* Kings etc., et«.,
•re Mititaa aa 11 aa t' waaiai
To be disposed or at
ONE DOLLAR. EACH!
tVUliout regard to value I Not to be paid for until
you kuow what you are to receive ' t
Splendid List of Articled,
All to tie Sold at One Dollar each
300 Musical Boxes S2O to SISO each
ISO “ •• with bells and
castinets 200 to 500 “
500 Silver Teapots and Coffee Crus 20 to 50 “
500 •• dialing Dishes 30 to too “
1000 “ Ice Plttliere 20 to 50 ••
2500 “ Sj tup Cups,with salvers 20 to 50 “'
600 u •• lioblets and Drinking
Cups sto 50 “
3000 “ Castors 15 to 50 ••
2000 “ fruit. Card and Cake
Baskets.: 20 to 50 “
500 u dozen Silver Teaspoons 10 to 20 doz.
10000 ■- •• Table Spoons and . •
Forks goto 40 “
250 Gentlemen's Gold Hunting-case
Watches 50 to 150 each
250 Ladies' Gold and Enamelled
Hunting-case Watches 35 to 70 “
500 Gent’s Hunting-case Silver
Watche% 35 to 70 “ *
200 Diamond Rings 50 U) 100 “
5000 Gold Vest and Neck Chains.... 4to 30 “
•. 3000 “ Oval Band Bracelets 4to 8 “
6000 Jet and Gold Bracelets oto to “
2000 Chatelaine Chains and Guard
Chains sto 20 “
7000 SoUtaire and Gold Brooches... 4to 10 “
600 u Coral, Opal and Emerald
Brooches 4to 8 ‘‘
5000 Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Floren
tine Ear Drops 4to 8 “
7500 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear
Drops 4to 6 “
4000 California Diamoud Breastplns2.so to 10 “
3000 Gold Fob and Vest WatchK.eys2.so to 8 “
4uoo Fob and Vest Ribbon-sUdes 3to 10 “
iooo sets Solitaire Sleeve-buttons,
Studs, Ac 3to 8 “
8000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils. Ac 4to 6 “
10000 Miniature Lockets 2.50 to 10 “
4000 do do., magic spring 10 to 20 “
3uoo Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac.. 2to 8 “
5000 Plain Gold Rings 4to 10 „
ooooChased “ •. 4to 11 „
10000 stone-set and Signet Rings 2.50 to 10 “
10000 California Diamond Rings -. 2to 10 “
7600 sets Ladles’ Jewely—Jet anu
Gold 6to 15 “
6000 sets Ladies’ Jewelry—Cameo,
Pearl, Opal and other stones 4to 16 “
10000 Gold Ecus, SUver Extension
Holders and Pencils 4to 10 “
10000 Gold Pens %nd Gold-mounted
Holders 6to 10 “
6000 Gold Pens and Gold Extension
Holders .\ 16 to 25 “
5000 Ladies’ Gilt and Jet Buckles... sto 15 ••
6000 ■“ •• • Hair Bam
and 8a115... 6to 10 “
ARRANDALE & CO.,
so. 167 Broadway, New York,
Announce that all the above list of goods will be
One Dollar Each !
11l consequence of the great stagnation of trade iu
the mauutaemrtng districts of England, through the
war having cut off the •supply of cotton, a large quan
tity of Valuable Jewely, originally intended tor the
English market, has been, went off for sale iu tills
country, and must be sold at any sacrifice. Under
these circumstances, ARRANDALE A Cos., acting as
agents for the principal European manufacturers,
have resolved upon a
GREAT GIFT APPORTIONMENT,
to be divided according to the Pillowing regulations:
Certificates of the various articles are put Into en
velopes indiscriminately, sealed up, and wheu or
dered, are taken out without regard to choice, and
sent by mail, thus tallowing no lavoritlsm. On re
ceipt of the certitleate you will see what you are to
have, and then it is at your option to send the dollar
and take the article or not. Purchasers may thus
obtain a gold ivateh, diamond ring, or any set of
jewelry on our list, for One Dollar.
Send 25 Cents for Certificate.
In all transactions by mail, we shall charge for
rorwaidtng the certificates, paying postage and do
ing the business, 25 cents each, which must be en
closed when the certificate is sent for. Five certific
ates will be sent for sl, eleven for $2, thirty for $5,
ststy-flve for $lO, one hundred for sls.
What the Press Say sf Us.
The Lafayette (Ind.) Daily Courier, March 18,1865,
says: "A better selected, more varied or fashionable
assortment of jewelry cannot be found on the conti
nent than Arramlale A Cos. are now offering. Messrs.
Arrandale A Co.Ntccupv a high position in commer
cial circles, as men entirely above the common trick
ery of trade. Their statements may he implicitly
relied upon, both as to the character of their goods
and the mauner of disposal. Ladles especially, In all
parts of tile country, are realizing handsome profits
as agents, and it any of our lair readers desire to In
terest themselves m the enterprise, they may do so
with pertect confidence."
Great Gift Distribution.—A rare opportunity Is
offered for obtaining watches, chains, diamoud rings,
silverware, etc., by Messrs. Arrandale A Cos., at No.
167 Broadway. They hjive an immense stock of ar
tides, varying iu value, aud all are offered at oue
dollar each. The distribution Is very fairly done :
you agree to take a certificate of a certain article,
enclosed m aji envelope, aud are not required to pay
your dollar unless you are satisfied with the article,
which will certaiulv be worth more than that
amount, ami mat be SSO or sloo. An excellent
mode tills of tnvealing a dollar.— Sunday rimes, X.
r. City, Pel). 19, 1865.
Messrs. Arrandale A Cos, have long been personally
known to us, and we believe them to be every way
wortliV of public' confidence;—.Y. Y- Scottish .liner
icon Journal, Jnru 1 11, ’64. '
By Messrs. Arrandale & Co’s arrangement, the
advantages must be on the side of the customer, for
lie has everything to gain und nothing comparatively
to lose. He knows what lit- will get for his dollar
beforehand, and he need not send Tt if he is not satis
fied.—. Veto York Daily News, Aug. 6, 1864.
We khow the firm In question to be honor
able aud thoroughly worthy of public confidence,
and recommend ouv friends to read their advertise
ment.—.V. r. Albion, Sept. 3, 1864.
Employment for Ladies.—The most eligible and
profitable employment we have heard ot for ladiea is
the sale of certificates lor the Great Gilt Distilbution
of Anaudale A Cos. A lady of our acquaintance has
been very successful ill this way, not only m filling
her own purse, but also iu doiug a good turn to those
to whom she sold the certificates, as will be seen by
our advertising columns. Gentlemen can also be
thus engaged New York Sunday Mercury, Aug.
AGENTS.—We want agents in every regiment, and
In every town aud county in the country, and those
actiug as such will be allowed ten cents on every
certificate ordered by them, provided their remit
tance amounts to one dollar, also ether inducements
which can be learned on application. Agents will
collect 25 cents lor every certificate, and remit 15
ceuts to us, either la cash or postage stamps.
ARRANDALE & CO.,
n22-law4 167 Broadway, N. Y
owing U> tlw peetlai »nd mi hurts*' re
I 1.110111 which Urey metals ihrlr y n jUar o<
ganigttiou. and Die office* they perform- sir *uh|.rt
t“ mini -uffcri :.gi and ailment* peculiar to ihe aex.
Frumuu from tbeee coutnbuha in no •mail Oegre, lo
their hamMnrm and • chare, for none eaa hebappt
who are 111. Mot only ao, but no on* ■* three various
1 renal, complaint, caa kmc he nil (freed to run on
wllbaut Involving the general health of the Individual,
and erelong pendurtug permanent eirkn.ee end pre
mature decline. Mur is tt pleasant to consult s phy
sKMan for the relief of these vartou. delicate affection*,
and only open the most urgent ueceenty will a true
woman so far sacrifice her greatest charm rs to do
this. The sex Will then thank us for placing In their
bands simple specifics which will lie found efficacious
In retieving and curing almost every one of thuse
troublesome complaints peculiar to the sex.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT Ob BGCHU.
Haodredfl duffer on in silence, and hundreds of
others apply vainly to drugpisia and doctor*, who
either merely tantalise them with the hope of a cure
or apply remedied which make them worse. 1 would
not wish to aseert Anything that would do injustice
to the afflicted, hut 1 am obliged to say that although
it may be produced from excessive exhaustion of the
powers of life, by laborious employment, unwhole*
Mime air and food, profuse menstruation, the use of
ten and coffee, and frequent childbirth, il is far aften
er caused by direct irritation, applied to the mucous
membrane of the vagina itself.
Wheu reviewing the causes of these distressing
complaints, it is most painful to contemplate the mt
teudant evils consequent upon them. It is but simple
justice to the subject lo enumerate a lew of the many
additional causes which so largely affect the life,
health, and happiness of woman in all classes of so
ciety, and which, consequently, affect, more err less
directly, the welfare of the entire human family. The
mania that exists for precocious education and mar
riage, causes the years that nature designed for cor
poreal development to be wasted and perverted in the
restraints of dress, the early confinement of school,
and especially in the unhealthy excitement of tile
ball-room. Thus, with the body half clothed and the
mind unduly excited by pleasure, perverting in mid
night revel the hours designed by uatuie for sleep
and rest, the work of destruction is half accom
I consequence of this early strain upon her system,
unnecessary effort is required by the delicate votary
to retain her situation iu school at a later day, thus
aggravating the evil. When one excitement is over,
another iu prospective keeps the mind morbidly sen
sitive to Impression, while the now constant restraint
of lashionaDle dress, bbsolutely lorbiddlng.the exer
cise indispensable to the attainment and retention of
organic health and strength; the exposure to night
air; the sudden chauge of temperature; the com
plete prostration produced by excessive dancing must,
of necessity, produce their legitimate effect. At last
an early marriage caps the climax of misery, aud the
unfortunate one, hithei to so utterly regardless of the
plain dictates and remonstrances of her delicate na
ture, becomes an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of the experi
ence of thousands of thousands of our young women.
Long before the ability to exercise tue functions of
the generative organs, they require an education of
their peculiar nervous system; composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, in common with the fe
male breast and lips, evidently under the control of
mental emotions and associations at an earl v period
01 life ; aud, as we shall subsequently see. these emo
tions, when Excessive, lead, long before puberty, to
habits which sap the very life ot their victims ere na
ture has sell-completed their development.
For female weakness and debility,, whites or leu
corrhcea, too profuse, exhausting, too long continned
periods, for prolapsus and bearing down, or prolapsus
uteri, we offer the most perfect specific known; llklm
bold'a Compound Extract or Bucnu.
Directions for nse, diet, and advice accompany.
Females iq every period of life, from infancy to ex
treme old age, will find it a remedy to aid nature in
the discharge of its (unctions.
Strength i9 the glory of manhood and womanhood.
HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU
is more strengthening than any or the preparations
of bark or iron, infinitely safer, and more pleasant.
HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU,
having received the endorsement of the most pbowi-
NKNT PPVBIOIAMB IN THE I mTKH STATES, 18 Dow offered
to afflicted humanity as a certain rare for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from whatever cause
Mental and Physical Depression,
Determination of Blood to the Head,
Restlessness and Sleeplessness at Night,
Absence of Muscular Efficiency.
Loss of Appetite,
Disorganization or Paralysis of the Or
gans of Generation,
Palpitation of the Heart,
And, in fact, all the concomitants of a nervous and
debilitated state of the system.
To insure the genuine, cut this out.
fSy* Ask lor Helmbold’s ; take DO other.
AV. M. Walsh,
Corner Broughton & Barnard Streets,
Savannah, Sole Agent lor the State of Georgia.
New York Piano Fortes.
New Scale First-Class
Factor?, 122, 124 & 126 East 221 St..
RESPECTFULLY announces that his Large New
Factory is now completed, fatty organized, and in
successful operation, by means of which he has greatly
Increased his manufacturing facilities. He will there
fore be aide henceforward to tnm out 35 Pianos i«t
week, to supply orders promptly, without that incon
venient delay to winch Dealers and Purchasers have
been sub|ected, from the fact that lur more than two
years past ha has been continually a hundred ins!ru
menta behind orders. A full assortment at all times
may lie found st Ids Manufactory aud Warerooms In
New York City. Every instrument fnlly warranted.
Retail Warerooms, 743 Broadway. 3m-nl6
Os best quality, 50x68 per lineal yard.
For sale by
FOWLB A CO,
Iql9 6m No. 70 Broadway, N. Y.
Latest from Egypt!
PENNY'S NEW EXTRACT OF THE* EGYTIAN
LOTUS, anew and exquisite Perfume tor the
handkerchief. Cleopatra and the ladies of the present
day ÜBing the same perfume.
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS!
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS! I
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS it!
Manufactured by F. A.Pzknt, Brooklyn, New York.
E. A. LOVEJOY, Agent,
n&3m ' 93 Fulton street, N. Y,
la. withoo, ,I*ails, the only known rruciv lur
BRICK DUST D&PuslTs,
IRRITATION Ol THE .NECK
or is i
INKAMMATIoN OF THK KIDNEYS,
CATARRH OF THK BLADDER,
Cyrtui. ,t.a ot cures from well-known persons from
all part* at the country in circular, will I* sent ou ad
stressing MORGAN A ALLEN, Arts,
■H - ffn No. 46 Cliff sL. New York
Uly) \ A DAY I Agents wanted to sell anew and
V-rtt wonderful SEWING MACHINE, the only
cheap one Ilf—rent. Address SHAW A CUAKK. Bid
deford. Maine. sepl4-dAw3m
PUSEY, JONES & CO.,
MANUFACTURE Iron Steamboats. Steam Engines,
Boilers, Machinery for Saw Mills, Ac. Having
had long experience in business and being provided
with very extensive facilities for doing work of this
class, are prepared to execute orders with despatch,
COMPOSED OF IODIDE OF POTASSIUM,
WITH THE COMPOUND CONCEN
TRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF
ROOTS AND HERBS.
WM. H. GREGC. M. D„
Graduate of the College of Physicians aud Surgeons,
New York: formerly Assistant Physician
in the Blackwell's Island Hospitals.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
• Has produced a revolution in Medicine.
What may seem almost incredible is, that many dis
eases hitherto considered hopelessly incurable are be
quently cured in a few davs or weeks; and wa cheer
rally invite the investigations of the liberal minded and
scientific to cures which have no parallel at the pres*
Daring the past five years we have contended with
obstacles and overcome opposition as herculean as
were ever encountered by any reformers.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
I Some say, “Your cures are too quick,” while others
doubt their permanence, and think that diseases can
only be cured by the "slow, recuperative process of
This il our reply: In health, the body, like a well
balanced scale, is in a state of equilibrium. But wheu,
irom any cause, down goes one side of the scale, we
have the effects of disease. What is requisite, ts to re
store the normal balmme of the scale.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Is a positive and specific remedy for all diseases ortgi
liating from an impure state of the Blood, and for al
(hereditary) diseases transmitted from parent to child
It is so universally admitted that Constitution Life
Syrup is the only effective means of restoration in the
various forms of Paralysis, that we need not reiterate
that It is emphatically the Great-Life-giving Power.
Indigestion, Weight at Siomach, Flatulence, Live
Complaint, want of Appetite, Bad Breath,
Struma. King’s Evil, Glandular Swellings, Erysipelas,
Ulceration, Salt Rheum.
This taint (hereditary and acquired), filling life with
untold misery, is, by all usual medical remedies, in
[Arthritis], Lumbago, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Clout, Tio
If there is any disease in which the Constitution
life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and its
kindred affections. The most intense pains are almost
Instantly alleviated—enormous swellings are reduced.
Cases, chronic or vicarious, of twenty or forty years’
standing, have been cured by us. ‘
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Purges the system entirely from all the evil effects o
Mercury, removing the Bad Breath, and coring the
Weak Joints and Rheumatic, Pains which tireuae ot
Calomel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums,
and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP.
Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases of
tlie Skin, like Ulcers, Pimples, Blotches, and all other
difficulties of .his kind, which so much disfigure tho
outward appearance of lioth males and females; often
making them* disgusting object to themselves aud
FOR ALL FORMS OF ULCERATIVE
Either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue, Spine, Forehead,
or Scalp, no remedy has ever proved its eqqal.
Moth Patches upon the female face, depending upon
a diseased action of the Liver, are very unpleasant to
the young wife and mother. A few bottles of Consti
tution Life Syrup will correct the secretion and remove
the deposit, which is directly under the skin.
Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Languor, Dizzi
ness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcerated or
cancerous condition of that organ, accompanied with
burning or other unpleasant symptoms, will be re
lieved by the use of
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP.
Asa General Blood-Purifying Agent, the Life Syrup
stands unrivalled by any preparation in the wortd.
THE RICH AND POOR
Are liable to the same diseases. Nature and science
have made the Constitution Life Syntp for tlie benefit
Produces healthy men and women; and if the consti
tution is neglected in youth, disease aud early death is
the result. Do not delay when the means are so near
at hand, and within the reach of all.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Is the poor man’s friend, and the rioh man’s blessing.
WILLIAM H. GREGG, M. D ,
- Sole Proprietor, New York.
’ MORGAN A ALLEN,
Wholesale Druggists, Agents,
n22-Sm 46 Cliff street, New York.