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FW OROP CARDENAS MOLASSES, IN BBLS. AND
No* York Sugar House Molasses, in bbla.
For sale by CHAH. H. MO?SE & CO.,
Juihi 7_3_ No. 15 Hsyno stroot
LANDIN O AND IN STORE.
OKA RAG8 RIO COFFEE
ODKJ 800 kegs Nails
0-4 snd 10-8 casks Cognac Brand/
60 bbla. fine and common Whiskies
BO boxes Virginia Ohewin? Tobacco
Champagne, Rhino, and OlarotWines
Madeira, Port, sod Shorry Wines
Holland Gin and Jamaica Rum. _
Fortalo low by OLA0IO8 b WITTE,
JnneC tuthtS Opposlto the old Union Bank,
FLOUE AND SYEUP.
Q tf\tT\ BBL8. FLOUR, different grades.
?UU? bbls. Syrup.
a Jutt received by Quaker City, and for sale by
Juno 7_S_RAVENEL S CO.
m BARRELS EXTRA AND SUPER FLOUR.
Lanalng per steamer Flambeau.
ALSO, BY STEAMBn QUAKER CITY,
Balltntlne ?s Son's CREAM uToOS ALE.
J. b F. DAWSON,
Juno 5 tatb?j No. 96 East Bay.
FLOUE, EICE, AND COBN
1 nrv BBLS. EXTRA BAKERS FLOUR, FRE8H
35 bbls. Rico
0 bbls. Corn Meal for family uso.
Now landing, and for sale by J. N. ROBSON,
No. 02 East Bay.
2S bbls No. 1 BYE ?LOUR
100 ooilflRiobardson's Kentucky Hemp Balo Ropo
200 colla bright and dark Manilla Hemp Bale Rope
60 coils bright Manilla Press Rope
8 balesbest threeplyTwine
'200 kegs Nails, assorted sizes, at low rates
60 boxea Jackson's No. 1 Soap
100 boxet Palo Soap at 10>. c
S bbls. Cider Vinegar
76 boxea Tobacco, diff?rent qualities
600 tacks Liverpool Salt, in uno order, at $1.80 per
Peruvian Guano, Baugh'B Phosphate, Pacific Guano
260 bags primo White Corn, daily expected
100 bbls. Bee Hive Syrup, daily expected.
Junt 6 tuthtS
BBLS. -EXTRA FLOUR
100 bbls. Superfino Flour
60 bbls. Fine Flour
60 bbls. Middling Flour.
Landing and in store and 'or sals by
Juna 6 3 ? No. 26 Vendue Range,
BBLS. FLOUR, VARIOUS QUALITIES.
1000 bales prime N. R. HAT.
CORN! COHM OATS t
3000 bushels prime WHITE CORN
4OO0 bushels prime Yellow Corn
3000 bushels prime Heavy N. T. Oat?.
For tale by JNO. OAMPSEN A CO.,
Juno S 8 No. 14 Market-street, opp. State.
FOB BALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT FAMILIES
OR GROCERS, at lowest market rates.
40 bbls. low priced FLOUR.
THOU. H. & W. DEWEEH,
Jnnefl_6_No. 82 East Bay.
TlKttOES CAROLINA BIOE
100 bags East India Rice.
For ule low by J. S. 8CHIRMER,
Juno 4 _6 No. 198 East Bay.
sacks and bulk.
AOC\sf\ BUSHELS WHITE PROVISION AND
4t)UU YELLOW COBN, In
-Backs filled tt Storehouie.
For tale low, by JNO. 8. BIRD, JR., A CO.,
Comer Church and Tradd streets.
Jona 7_ 2
1 f\f\ f\ BUSHELS CHOICE WHITE CORN. IN
Ivv \J bags, landing from steamer Cumber?
ALSO IK BTOBE :
1008 bnthels YELLOW COBN
2000 buahela Prime Oats
3000 bushels Bran
600 bales Compressed Eastern Hay
400 bales North River Hay.
For sale by O. 8AHLMANN,
June 6 3 Comer Reid and Meeting streets.
A f\(\ SACKS 8HORT8, AN EXCELLENT FEED
??\J\J for horses and cows.
For salo by T. J. KERB A CO.,
MIXED COBN AFLOAT.
Gyf\(\i \ BUSHELS SOUND WESTERN MIXED
?V/l/U CORN afloat, and for sale low, by
JNO. OAMPSEN b CO.,
Ko, 14 Market-street, oppoalto State-street.
JUBT ARRIVED BY STEAMER, FROM NEW YORE,
nias FAT BEEVES, averaging 1600 pcunda each,
in primo condition. Can be scon by applying to
STYLES b CARTER,
Janet_ No. 19 Vanderhorat's Wharf.
OKAAA PRIME 80UTHERN PLASTERING
?L>0.U V7\J LATHS, 4 and 4 feet 6 inches long, at
$8.60 per thousand. Apply to \- ' '
WHAHTO? At PETSOH'8
Car Works and Planing Mills,
Corner Llne-atcect and Railroad.
SFIEITS TUEPENTINE BAB
Q/~V/\ OF SLEIGRT & PAULDING'S OELEBBAT
?VJfU ED MAKE. .
Spirllt Turpentine pnt up in these barr?la bring three
cents per gallon more than the ordinary barrel.
For ill o by. > GEO. E. PRITCHETT,
June 6 I 0? North Atlantic Wharf.
ASSORTMENT OF SEASONED NOBTHEBN.PINB
LUMBER now1 complete, of aU dimoneions,
Dressed and tndr.ssed. .' '
OAK and ASH, % and X; Whito Wood or Poplar;
Black Walnut, all thicknesses; Black Walnut prime
'Counter Tope; Mahogany; Bach ?Doors; Shingles ,-Yek
lov I'ino in all forms ; til at tho lowest market prices. -
1. N. WOOD, Agent,
Juno6 A? Ungnard st.. bot Church and State.
ASHLEY El VER STEAM SAW
,'?..' / MILL. > "'.
rpHE 8UBSOBIBHRB HAVING ERECTED A MILL
1 of first class, at the bead of navigation ou Ashley
River, thirty-Uvo miles from Charleston by water, arc
prepared to fill orders for Foreign or Domestio mar
kets Of the pptt quality of Lumber, hud at the shortest
notice.^ The following klnda of .Lumber can be fur
ntthod, wbloh can bo boated or rafted :
WHITE OAK -_
Apply to Moasrs. ROPER b STONEY, Charleston, or
to Me aus, S0HULTZ b WHALEY on the Babuls' Plan
tation, Tostofflce, Summervllle,
May 81 thmB_SCHULZ A WHALEY.
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangement* ones more for the manufacture ol
the best COTTON GINS ever made in this country, are
Xiow prepared to receive orders from Planters and
others trlsbing to purchase.
The loo g established and well known reputation ol
ELLIOTTS COTTON GINS, wlR, we hope, be a suffi
cient ira&rentce that tho ertlolo will give entire satisfac
tion. * H. ELLIOTT A OO.,
May 14 _Wlnnaboro, S. O.
BOYAL? HAVANA LOTTJBB.Y OF CV__~~
/-tONDUOVKD BY THH SPAOTBH GOVERNME^C,
\) UMrOM Ol GOLDDBAWHEVBJ.Y WEVWfOU?
PrlsNOishoa and Information fuinlsh?d. .. _,
The highest rates paid lor Doubloons ana nil kind
/?old ?nd?llv-M. i IX '?OR A OO., ?ai-kcrs,
Fchrairya ?mo Ho- 1? WM-a.roet? Ucw ?ark
TO TURPENTINE DISTILLERS.
THE ONDEB8IONED HA8 ON HAND ABODT TWO
tbouaand BARREL BROOKS, uisde of tho boat
8oasonod wbito oak stavoe, holding from i'i to 45 gal
lona eaob, wblcb bo In soiling nt f 4 60 a piaoo, daUvored
at tho Railroad dopot In tbis city. Tho barrels war
ranted in every respect, and tho spirits will aoll as
readily as In any othor barrels.
Juno 7_ 4_JOHN K. BEVI1L
STEEL COTTON PLOUGHS
CARVER'S PATENT SAW GINS, AND ALL KIND8 I
of Agriooltural ImPlomont8*nF?RVvELEY
No. 62 Eau* Bay, south of tho Old Post?nico.
AT $6 10 ?6.50 PER KEG.
BISSELL & BRO.,
NO. 277 KLNfJ STRFET.
Juno 6 3
OLD JAMAICA, BY THE BARBEL, GALLON OR
300 cues of CLARET, warrantee! One, at $1 per cas?.
ALSO, A rUI.L 8UFPI.T OF
BBANDIES. WHISKIES, GINS, ?VINES.
ALES, POSTER, CORDIALS, ko.
P. G. KERRIGAN-,
No. 80 Market-street.
Jone 5 S
GEO. ?, WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C,
OFFER FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH:
1 f\r\r\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
1UU \J 3000 barrel? Sngar?A, B and O
100 bags Bio and Jora Coffee
1000 kegs Nails, ssaorted
600 coila Manilla and Hemp Bops
100 bales Conny and Dundee Bagging
100 barrels Molsaeea and Syrup
300 boxes Adamantino and Sperm Candles
200 kogs Powder?whole, bau and quarter kegs
600 boga Shot and Lead
600 bbls. Floor?Fine? Saper sad Extra
300 dosen Buckets, Brooms and Tubs
Copperas, Blueatono, Madder ?
Indigo, Sploes, Starch, Yeast Powder
Soda, Plcklea, Sardines, Teas, MaokeraLeto., oto.
LUMBEEM E 2<f
PARTIES ENGAGED IN CUTTING TUMBER, OB
THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER, STAVES
OR SHINGLES, will do well to call on the subscriber,
who having boen for many years engaged in the mann
Cl?ture and shipment of Lumber and Timber, is well
posted ss to tbo wants and prloes of different markets
and can alwsys furnish the latest market reports from
Europe, flonth America, West Indies, British Provincia,
and Northern Cities, and will famish specifications
suited to different markets, and attend to tho charter
lng of vessels, or give any information or assistance
that may be desired. JOS. H. BIBLES',
?} ,ti Commission Merchant,
Ko. 110 Esst Bay, ?ornor Accommodation Wharf.
Jone a ' I; ; _[ ' '...
No. 173 BAST BAIT.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN AGR1
- CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of aU kinds :
SAW AND B?LLER OIKS, horse power, and GRIST
MILLS, always on bani*..
Agents for A?tOHAWRAULT/S STEAM ENGIN i. and
IN.JEBSOLr.- -' ' ?\TE?? '.' COflfN -rl i
THE WAPPOO M1XLH (FORMERLY THE PROPER
TY of Mr. J. H. STEINMEYEB), have been thor
oughjy oyerhaulod and are now in full operation. I am
?irepared to'cut Yellow and Pitch Pine Lumber of any
eugtbiud size; at ?bortest notice, frsm a large and woll
?elected stock. At low tide there is 1*2 feet of ?water at
my Wharf, and dispatch can be guaranteed to vessels.
Any orders entrusted to ms wul be carefully oxecuted
under my .personal supervision. _, ...
May ?8 Imo JOHN O. THPRSTON. '
' MANU FAX! TUBED B7 THE I) ALTIM QBE COMPANY,
FORBES At CO., BALTIGIOUE, HD.
IT IS UNEXCELLED IN PURIFYING AND 8WBETEN
ING the atmosphere In 8I0K ROOMS, HOSPITALS,
VE8SE?S, SINKS, OE88POOLS, FBIVIES, flic, **.
A liberal discount allowed to the trade.
Your nttentlon is r?Hpcc,tuUy requested to the follow
lng testimonials :
BiXTlitOBX. Feb. 8th, 1890.
For on efficient and reliable Deodorizer and Disin
fectant always ready for use, and not llabls to any
change, equally valuable la the stak room, and In tho foul
sink, it has in my opinion no equal.
WILLIAM E. A. AIKIN,
Professor of Chemistry University of Maryland.
J>t. W. O, VAN BIBBER, who mado the report upon
"Disinfectants" to the Notional Sanitary and Quarantine
Convention of 1859, says of this article :
?'?ItisAhebostdsodoramofwhiohl have any knowl
edge. JsL It evidently answewGie'purpose.' 2d. It Is
odorless Itself. 3d.. It lssasily kept and managed. 4th.
it la comparatively ohosp. it la* mixturo Of the best
Imple deodorizora known to science, and the experi
ments made with it prove the proportional combination
to be a good one to effect the purpose intended."
For other distinguished tea timo ni*Vs aee circular.
Foraafljbjr ? . I
PRATT 'ft W?LS0N BROS.,
Wholesale Agents for the Stita, No. 338 King-street.
.Charleston, 8. 0? and at all Drug Stores.
Mayai ., mwOtno
FOR LIVERPOOL?1?0 BALE8
OF COTTON WANTED?Tho fast saUlng
American Dark HELEN SAND8. F. E. Otis
Master, wants tho abovo named quantity of
Upland Cotton, or it? equivalent In Sea Island, and wlU
loavo with dlBpatcb.
For balance of Freight engagements, iippl-,- to
STREET BROTUEH8 & CO.,
May 20_No. 74 East Bay.
THKNOIIWKUIaN DARK. ORION?
N. Eveusen, Master, will take 250 bales Cotton
) to fill up. Apply to
MARSHALL. BEAOH b CO.,
M*y 23_No. 24 Broad street.
FOR NEW YORK.?MERCHANTS'
LINE.?Tho now first-class Schoonor JONAS
^SMITH, Nichols. MsBter, will tako Freight at
alow ratos, and loavo with quick dispatch. Ap
Coraor East Bay and Adgor's Wharf.
FOR PHILADBLPHIA.-K R Y
STONE LINE ?The Ruo Torn W. R. BEERE,
Crawford, Master, having nearly all her cargo
^--"sE-oiigagcd, will sail in a few days. For balance
of Freight or Passsgo, apply to tho Captain on board, at
Brown's Wharf, or to H. F. BARER & CO..
Juno 7 No. 20 Oumberland-btreet.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER?
The flno schooner JOHN 8. LEE. Oeo. W. Bun
?noil master, is offered. A freight northward
?prcforiod. Apply to
8HACKEI.FORD & FRAHER.
Juno 7 1 Boyce & Co.'a Wharf.
WAMTKI) TO CHARTER, VES
SELS to load for coaBtwlbO and West India
VESSELS '"OR WINDWARD ISLAND8. and rotnrn
cargoes, iliguost rates paid, and quick dispatch given.
JOS. H. RI8LEY,
No. 110 East Day, corner Accommodation Wharf.
FOE GE0E&ET0WN, S. C.
.aPI-LOT ?30 Y
OAPT. THOS R, PAYNE,
WELL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning,
wlU leave Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight rocelved tho day before sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON b HOLMES,
N. B.?Freight (prepaid) will be takon for Conway
boro' and Cberaw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
steamers Little Ada and R. E. Bell. June 4
THE SPLENDID SEA-GOING STEAMER
OAPTAIN GEORGE H. BEA?FOBT,
-f XriLL LEAVE AS ABOVE ON THURSDAY NIGHT,
V V Tth lnat, at 10 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply on board, at Southern
Wharf, or to H. L. P. MoCORMIOK.
June 6 a
FOE SAVANNAH, via BEAU
FORT, S. C.
TBROTfO U B Y DA YLIG HT.
THE VERY FAST
OAPTAIN THOS. R. PAYNE,
(Temporarily taking the place of Steamer FANNLE,)
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHABF EVERY
Saturday Morning, at 8 o'clock. Returning, will
leave Savannah every Monday Morning.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
. -..- ' FERGUSON b HOLMES,
Jnnal .. .: lmo . ________ Wharf.
. ' G?FT.iT. J. I/dOKWOOb'..; J |
WILL LEAVE BOYOE b GO'S. NORTH WHABF,
Charleston, every Sunday Morning, at 6 A M,
for Florida, tifa Beaufort, Hilton Hoad, Savannah, Bruns
wick, St. Msry's, Fernandlne, Jacksonville, Pilatka, and
ill intermediate landings oh the St. John's River.
RETURNING, wlU leave Savannah every Thursday,
The KATE has been thoroughly refitted and put In
the most complete order, for elegance and the comfort
of Passengers. In . : >.
For Freight or Passage apply on board? or at the
offleo onB oyce's Wharf. ,
Goods received at the office, dally, and stored free of
extra charge. T. J. LOOKWOOD, Agent
'CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR PROB
BY SAILING 8HIP8, SAILING EVERY WES??
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNBSDAY and SATURDAY to and
from New York. ? ' - aJX.iTu
Great Rednotion In Fare to
OALtEOBNLV AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOB ANY AMOUNTS on Great Britain and
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates'.
PaasengorsV?n arrival in New York, will have then
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed ou
For Passage, be, apply to P. SHEAHAN. No. 33)
West street. New York, or_
M. MV Q?LNN & BROTHER,
No. 637 Krao Stock, Gns.ni?iron, H. fc.
And No. 187 Broad street, opposite Monument street,
Aturnsts? G. A lyr February 37
CEDAB CAMPHOR FOR MOTHS, BY DOZEN OB
gross. WM. SCHIEFFBLIN A CO.,
Juno 7 thstnS New York.
. . 1 3 YAH 8? .-'
New York and Cbaiiesion
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Leaving each Fort ererj Alt?rnate Thursday.
Capt. O. M. Wai.kf.ii.
Oa.PT. O, P. MaVnSHltAR.
rTTHESE STEAMSHIPS. OFFERING EVERY INDUCB
A MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIO, having suporlor accommodatloas for Paosem
gore, with tables supplied by every luxury tho New York
and Charleston markets can afford; and, tor safety, speed
and comfort, are unrivaUed on the count.
CAPTAIN G. M. WALKER,
f I7TLL LEAVE NOBTH ATLANTIO WHARF, ON
VV THURSDAY, Juno 7, at 13 o'clock M.
Liberal advances mado on consignments to New York.
For Freight or Passago apply at the ofUae of the Agents,
WILLIS k 0E1SOLM,
North Atlantlo Wbort.
Consignees in New York?Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOI
k CO._June 1
FOR NEW YORE.
THE BEGUL-AB UNITED STATES MAIL LINE
OF FIB8T-0LASS STEAMERS,
dUAKKRCITi I SARAGOSSA,
ANDALUSIA. I GRAKABA,
WILL LEAVE ON SATUBDAY, 9TH INSTANT,
at Two o'clook P. M. precisely.
No Freight received after 12 o'oloss on that day, and
all Bills of Lading muit be presented for signature at
or before that hour.
No Freight received unleas engaged at our office, and
an Freights and Wharfage of Vegetables and Fruit must
be paid at oar office. RAVENEL A 00?, Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STtAMSHIP COMPANY'S
v / TOUCHING AT
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
Steamships ok tot Cokht.ctthg on the Paoiyio
Atlaktio, with ?run
NORTH Kit N LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, to., 40.
ONB OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will leave Pier No. 42 North Blver, foot
of Canal-street at 12 o'clook, noon, on the 1st, 11th and
91st of every month (except when those dates l?vll on
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for A8PIN
WALL?, connecting via Panama Railway with one of the
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at AOAPULOO.
Departures of 1st and 2lst connect at Panama with
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN TORTS. Those of the 1st touoh at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rates
allowed to second cabin and steeragepassengrra with
families. Also, an allqwanoo of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges,
One hundred pounds baga-age allowed to each adult
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladles and ohildren without malo protectors.
Baggage received on the dock the day before calling,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefer
to send down early. \, ' ?S*
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicino and at
For Passage Tickets, or farther Information, apply at
tho Company's Tioket Office,'on the Wharf, FOOT OF
OANAL-tiTRKKT, NOBTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
Anrll 2 Sinos 8. K, HOLMAN, Agent
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CiiAnLKsTON-, 8. 0?, Juno 1, 1866. I
N AND AFTER SUNDAY, 8d IN8T., THE PA8BEN.
GEH TRAINS will leave and arriv? as follows,
Leave Charleston lit...V............. ,7.80 A.. M.
Arrive at Kingvllleat..,,....'..3.00 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta at...,.5.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.5.20 P. M.
Leave Augusta at.................6.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia at...6.80 A. M.
Arrivoln Charleston at.,.400 P. M.
B. T. PEAKS.
May a i 8 - General Bapcrlntepd'ont
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY.
8UPEBINTENDBNT'8 OFFICE, >
' 08ABLESTOK, B. O, Jtfno I, 1868. I
OB AND AFTER SUNDAY, THB 8d rNBTANT. THE
PasseuKer Trains on this Road will run as follows:
Leave Charleston at.12.00 M.
Arrive at Florence..6.30 P.M. -.
Leave Florence.4.80 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.11.16 Ar If.
The Passenger Trains ou tho Choraw and Darlington
Railroad will, after tho above date, run dally as follows:
LeaveOborawat..3.30 P. M.
1 Arrive at Florence.6.80 P.M.
Leave Florence.7. I? P. M.
Arrive atOberaw.10.16 P. M.
. 8. 8. SOLOMONS,
Superintendent N. E. 4 O. k D. B. B's.
June 1 . 0
TUB NEW BRA.
? WEEKLY PAPBll, PUBLISHED AT DARLING
TON COURT HOUSE, has recently been trans?
>d to us by it? original proprietors. Located in the
same Diatrlct and only one station distant from the
great railroad centre of Florence, our facilities for com
munication with all parts of the country, and especially
with the oitiea of Charleston, Columbia and Wilmington
from which we are nearly equl-distant areuasurpaase
The Editor. J. H. NORWOOD, Esq., was formerly w
known to the press of tho State as one of the ?tig In
founders, and for several yean Editor of the Darling ?
Flsgi which paper was discontinued at the beginning
the War. Aa natives of tho Routb we respectfully sollo
A share of the advertising patronage.
3. L. COOPER * CO., Publishers.
V&1??2& H- *?- to*****' W66.
December M ;. ._.,.. m
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS'
No. 238 King-street
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 KING-STREET,
FOBBTH BOOB ABOVE MABEET-ST,
Charleston. B. G.
R. A. PRATT, 1
Chemist to lats
0. & Nitre and
8. W. WILSON. ? P. B. WILSON,
G raduate of
of Pharmacy, A
Chemist to lato
O. S. Ord. Dopt,
Tho Proprietors are Native Seorglans.
camphor, castor oil,
balsam fib. cod liver oil,
balsam oofaiba essential oils,
ALUM, SUP. CARB. SODA.
BORAX, SULPHURIC ACID,
EPSOM SALTS, TABTABIO ACID,
GLAUBER SALTS, CREAM TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, CONCENTRATED LYH,
SAL SODA, SILICATE OF SODA,
TURPENTINE, Ao., Ac
FLINT AND GREEN GLASS,
ALL SORTS AND SIZES.
FLUID EXTRACTS, ETHERS,
TINCTURES, SUGAR COATED PILLS, eta.
Any Preparations made to order.
3STo.' ?38 King-street'.
HEGEMAN'S COD LIVER OIL,
HEGEMAN'S ELIXIR OF BABK,
HEGEMAN'S PREPARATIONS IN FULL,
WORM LOZENGES, Hurley's and Halloway'a,
AGUE CURES AND AG?E TONICH,
BROWN'S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
' BBOWN'S TROCHES FOB COUGHS,
. PELLS?Hooper's, Clark's, Wright*s, Ayer's, 4a,
WTNSLOW'S SOOTHING HYRDP, ?to., be
AU other most popular and reliable.
No. 238 King-street.
OLD BROWN WINDSOR, GENUINE LOW'S, fanoj
styles, large assortment,
laundry SOAP, ENGLISH BAB; cheaper than Tut
U X JtLti
No. 238 KIISTO-ST.
. FANG Y
No. 238 Kannst