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JOHN B. FULLER,
MANUFACTURER & DEALER,
No. 8 DKV-8TIIKKT, NEW YORK,
Dm in store and roady for imnolodiato ehipmont
and is manufaotui-ing to order,
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
steam i<:n(.i\i:s \m> boilers,
0 360 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills o:
most approved construction, of all sfeoB, cutting 71H
0 1000 foot of lumber per hour; Grist Mills, MU? Irons
Water Wheola, and every kind of Mill Machinery; Snga?
Mills, Papor and Mining Machinery; Tools, Tanks, kc.
or Oil and Salt Works; Cotton and Woolen Machinerj
Var?oal Planers, Woodworth Planing Ma
on Planers, chines,
logine Lather, Gray At Wood's Planing Ma
Diill Lathes, chines.
Boring Machines, Daniels' Planing Machine*
Slatting Machiner, Moulding Machines,
Upright Drill?, Saab Machines,
Bteam Pumps, Tenoning Machines,
Force Pumps, Powor Morticing Machlues
Lifting Pumps, Foot Morticing Machines,
notion rump?, Boring Machines,
Hydranllo ?Tacks, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma
ew ?Tacks, chines,
Shafting PnBeys and Circular Saw Benobes,
Hangern, Wright's Patent Soroll Saws
lubber and Leather Belt- Patent Belt Hcroll Saws,
Inge, Circular Reserving millo,
IMther and Rubber Hose, Upright Reserving Mills,
Plumbing and Gas Fittings Rotary and Mining Pumps
Steam and Gas Pipes Every deictiptlou of Machi
Iteam and Water Gauges, nory ?tin Railway Supplies
Oottort Q-ins ! Cotton Grins 11
COTTON OINS III
Taylor, Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Excelnloi
and McCarthy COTTON 01N8, with Engines or Horst
Powers, and everything required for the same, in store,
Sdt or sale at tho lowest price. Your orders are re
eotfuUv eoHclted ?uthslyr October S
JOHN O. UKALK,
No. 19 Nsass?u-street. New York.
A LARGE STOCK OF FIRST-OLA8S BLANK BOOKfc
cL Also, Domestio and Foreign Papers and Stationen.
Sonstnntly on hand, 8ots of Account Books made to ordci?
iilthography, Engraving and Printing executed prompt*
ly and In the best possible manner. Sped? attention t<
?den by ma?, and price as '<\v as any lo-.m in tliecit?
lor foods Ol oonn' ItlVlf"?. atllth1\r O-t/lh???- 1?
BEAUTY . ? AUBURN,
Golden, Flaxen, aud
Silken CURL8 pr<?diccd by
the nao of Prol. DkISiikux'b
FRISER LE OBEVEUX.
| One application warranted
, to curl the most straight,
and Htunborii hair of either
Bex Into wavy linghits or heavy massive curia. Huh been
nsed by tho fashionables of Paris aud London, with the
most gratifying results. Does no injury to tho hair.
Price by mall, sealed and postpaid, SI. Descriptivo cir
culars mailed froo Address, BERGER, 8HUTT8 k CO.,
Ohemlsta, No. 285 Ri ver-nt root, Troy, N. ?. Solo agont?
pr tho Unltod States._tuth-3mo_May 8
-HISEER8 AND MUS
TACHES forced to
grow upon tho smoothest
faco in from three to fivo
?wecke by using Dr. SEVIG
N E ' S RE8TA?RATUEH
.CAPILLAIRE, tho most
wonderful discovery in mo
dern science, acting upon
he Board and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. II
has been UBed by tho elito of Paris and London with the
most flattering success. Names of all purchasers wlU
be registered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in
every instance, tho money will be cheerfully refunded.
Price by mall, sealed and postpaid, SI* Descriptive cir
culars and testimonial?? tnail??d freo Address B?RGER,
SHUTT8 & CO., Chemists, No. 286 River-street, Troy,
N. V. Sole agonfo for tho United States.
May 7 tuths3mo
j?-T__ SALE OP THE PLANTATION BET
TERS is without precedent In tho history of the world.
There 1b no secret in tho matter. They are at onco the
moBt speedy, strengthonlrg health-restorer ever dis
covered. It requires but a singlo trial to understand
this. Their purity can always bo relied upon. They
aro composed of the celebrated Cailvaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomllo Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wlntorgreen, Anise, Cloverbuds, Orange-peel,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriandor, Burdock,
They are espoclaUy rocommondod to clergymen, pub
Bo speakers, and persons of literary habits and seden
tary lifo, who require ireo digestion, a relish for food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons ore certain to And
In these Bitters what they havo so long looked for.
They purify, strenathen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appstlte.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
Thoy strengthen tho system and enliven the mind.
They prevent mlasmatio and Intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the atomaoh.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They oure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbns.
??ey cure Livor Complaint and Nervous Hoadaoho.
They are the best Bitters In the world. They make
the weak man strong, and aro oxhauBted nature's great
The following startling and emphatic statementa can
be seen at our office.
Letter of Rov. E. F. Obine, Chaplain of the 107th New
NEa.n Acquia. Cbbek, March 4th, 1863.
Owing to the great exposure and terrible decomposi
tion after tho battle of Autletam. I was utterly prostrat
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi
cine. An article caBed Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. Dn__, of New York, wbb prescribed to give mc
Btrengtb and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gave mo Immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowod
mo to join my regiment. I have since seer
them used in many oases, and am free to Bay, for hos
pital or private purposes I know of nothing Uko them.
Bev. E. F. GRANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Rov. N. E. Gmns, St. Clalrsv?le, Pa.
Qenilemku :_You were kind enough, on a former oc
OAbIod, to send me a half do_en bottles of Plantatioi
Bitters for $3 60. My wife having derived so mucl
benefit from the use of thoso Bitters, 1 doslro her U
continuo them, and you will please send us six bottle
more for the mosoy enclosed.
I am, very truly, yonrs,
N. E. GILDS, Pastor Gor. Ref. Church,
Soldibbs' Home, Sdpebintendbnt'b Onnox, 1
. Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. IStb, 1863. j
m m *******
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds t
ear noble soldiers who s op hore. more or loss dlsablet
from various causes, and the effeot is marvellouB an
Bach a preparation as this is I hoartlly wish In ever
amlly, In every hospital, and at hand on every battl
Hold. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. Om_?, 8nrgo>n of the Tenth Vermont Be
glment, writes:?"I wlah every Boldler had a bottle o
Plantation Bitters. They are the meet effeotive, pel
foot, and harmless tonlo I ever used."
Wit_a?o's Hotel, 1
WASniNOTON, D. 0., May 22d, 1803. J
G?<ti__kn:?We require another supply of you
Plantation Bitters, the popularity o which dally li
creases with the guests of our bmise.
8Y?E8. OHADWIOE _ 00.
ko. ho. ho. he. ho.
Be /ore that every bottle bears the fac-slmlr*? of or
ratgnaturo on a steel plate label, with our private atam
over the cork.
P. H. DRAKE & CO,
No. 202 BBOADWAY, N. T.
Sold by aU respeotablo Druggists, Phyalolans, Grocer
Saloons, and oountry HoteUdeaiere,
April l? t_rt?_yr
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CMRLESTON DAILY NEWS
Beg respectfully to return their thanks to the
public for its liberal support to their Journal, and
promise that in tho futuro, ae in tho past, it shall
be their aim to mako
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
Id the country. It ha** now
m LARGEST CIRCULATION
of any Newspaper issued in the State, and is
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Papor published in the State?isBned in
folio form of eight pages, and tlio size of the New
It is universally conceded that
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
13ST 3D 33 _P _B 1ST 3D __3 3ST T.
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPEB
published in the South. It La
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of oar friends have spoken and written to
us concerning the publication of a Tri-Weekly. We
have thonght of doing this for some time, bnt
owing to the general disarrangement of postal af
fairs, we have concluded not to do so until the
commencement of next season.
On the first of September we will commonoo to
publish a country edition of Tite News, and t
shall be our aim to make the paper the best evei
issued in this State. We intend introducing en
tirely new features in this enterprise; it will noi
be a ___o___ry of tho daily, but will be compl?te
and original in itself, and we are oertain that it?
patrons will be as well pleased with it as are
our preaent patrons pleased with the daily.
T___E-_A_:s <->_= DAILY =
Six months. 6.01
Thro? months. 2.51
CATHCART, HcMILL&K & 1CRT0?
No. 18 HAYNE-STRtET,
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW YORK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Proprietor.
TUE ONLY RECOdNlZED DEMOCRATIC
IN NEW YORK.
TO THE IPTTBLIC.
THE NEW YORK NEWS HAS BATTLED AQAIN8T
despotism for four years of blood and torror, Id
assertion of tho sanctity of tho Constitution. A patriot
ism suffi clou tly broad to embrace both sections has beer.
Its only guido, and It refers now with honest pride to It*
record to show that it has not turned to tho right or the
loft under all tho violence of arbitrary power.
Truo to is principles as TUE NEWS has been through
tho rolgn of terror, it challenges public confidence In
honesty and independence for tho future.
Tho political transit Ion of tho prer-ent day opens to
THE NEWS a new and wider field of ussfuhioss. Stan c
Ing now as it*' woys ha*, en tho Inviolability of tho O o
Btitution, accoi Ing to tho Interpretation of thostr
constmctlonlsts, it presents a rallying ground for all,
both sections, who are friends of a g?nerons conserva
tism. As a truo and tried exponent of sectional amity I
occupies a position which mabcB it tho fitting mediato
In holding up to tho party of ordor in both sections, i n
terests and principles that gave breadth and vitality t
their alliance. Ab an lntorsectional agont, devoted o
freedom of election, to trial by jury, to tho sanctity
tho habeas corpus, and opposed now, as for four years
terror It has been, to tho centralization that daresto
trample on tho rights of States, North or South, THB
NEWS places itsolf as a candidato for supp-" -t bofo rot
great body of this onco free people,
Tho circumstances of tho moment make tho diesem
n.litatlon of tbo principles of THE MEWS a duty of In
dividual patriotism. Every man who concurs In it
doctrine mubt, if he entertain a true sense of freedom,
do so In no spirit of indiffcrenco, but rather with the
earnestness of a high trust. Justified, nay bound.l n
hin lovo of Uberty to do so, tho proprietor places th
canvass he makes here of the public gonerally in the
hands of Ihoso men who give him tho approval of their
consciences as his Individual agents. Every readerof
THEN EW8 can not avoid the conviction of duty which
Is hero pointed out as the ground of the request, that he
urges its claims for a wider support upon all of his
friends and neighbors who givo their earnest sympathies
to the canso of "strict construction," interaoctlonal con
ciliation, and all the rights of the citizens under the sys
tem, set np by onr fathers, of liborty regulated bylaw.
The proprietor of THE NEWS calls, therefore, upon
good and truo Conservatives throughout the country to
discharge to their convictions of political right at this
great crisis in tho country's fortunes, the duty of giv
ing to the influence of his paper, dally, semi-weekly, or
weekly, the wider power for good which it seeks here
through the service of its Individual supporters.
SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY ?EWS.
ThcfO two Jonruola Ole utajo _t* ? 111. i?t.?fM__l xoltjr
ence to the wants of country subscribers, and contain
such a variety of matter as to render them welcome to
every family in tho land. In the matter of LITERA
TUKE, tho choicest stories of the best writers ar
spread forth in their columns; and moro excellent lite
rary matter la furnished in one Issue than can be hadl n
many of the exclusively literary journals of the day.
The GENERAL NEWS is admirably selected and oon
donsed, so as to give all tho current Intelligence In ti
readable a form as It can bo placed. It comprises news
from every part of the country, and is always the latest.
The COM MERCI AL INTELLIGENCE is carefully pre
pared, and Includes reliable Mabkst Bkpobts froma
point-, which are not excoUed by any journal In thl
Send the names of all Friends of CONSTITUTIONAL
LIBERTY, lind we will send them SPECIMEN COPIEB
NEW YORE DAILY NEWS, to Mail Sub
scribers.$10 per annum
NEW TORE DAILY NEWS, to Mail Sub
scribers .$S for S months.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
One Copy one year.$ 4 00
Three Coplos one year. 10.00
.Five Copies one year. 15.00
Ten Coplos one year.30.00
Twenty Copies ono your. 65.00
To Clergy men one year.,. 8.00
And an EXTRA OOP. to any CLUB OF TEN.
PUBL18HED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Ono Copy ono year.$ 2.00
Three Copies one year. . 6.C0
Five Coplos ono year. 8.76
Ten Copies one year. 17.00
Twenty Copies one year.80.00
To Clergymen one year. 1.80
And an EX IBA COPT to any OLTJB OF TEN.
Any person sending a OLTJB of FIFTY for THE SEMI.
WEEKLY or WEEELY ?EW8willbe entitled to THB
DA-LY NEWS FREE FOB ONE YEAB. The name ol
the Poatoillco and State should in ail cases be plainly
written. To insure safety in remittance, money orden
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE.
TnE New York News is now takon throughout thl
Southern States, and the undisputed fact that it has
largor circulation in the South than the journals of th
Hew York Press combined, will insure tho attention ol
the commercial public and the publlo generally.
Advertisers now availing thomsolvoa of tho opportv.
nity to make known their business through the column
of Tub New Yoiik News, aro convinced of the import
anee of Its great circulation throughout the South, I n
consequence of tho large orders received by them, cert if]
to the value of this journal as tho beat medium for ad
ver tilling, and the publlo generally depending upan pub
Ucity to secure an extension of business commensuratt
with enterprise, should not fall to beoomo acquaint?:
with the unquestionable advantages to be derived fron
announcing, through tho columns of this populcrj ournal
whatever relates to commercial or nnanslal matters, n<
matter what may be th? partUnlar business in whlol
any party may be engaged. Address
New York Mews ?alMln?.
No. 19 Oily Hail tkinare. New-for*.
WHO??AUS AND BBTAIIi DEALER _t
MILLINER? AND FANCY ?001)8,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
M No.*4UM KirVO-STHKKT, I'liarltttun, l.t.
AT NEW ?ORK PRICEtL
03- Yorkvtlle papor copy for two month?, and aenf
'e ' '?? ?? *- ?I /"-m ?? I
auooKaaon to a. lonoett.
STo. 88 Murray-st., New York,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
10TT0N PRESSES AND COTTON GINS,
HORSE POWER8. THRESHING MACHINES
10, 11, 60 and 60 PLOW8, Canal Barrows.
And all othor Agricultural Implements, Fortll?en
md Hoe 'b.
PLOW CASTING? of all kinds constantly on hand.
October ??* stuthlyr
OlflTED STATES STEEL PEN WORKS,
FACTORY, CANDEN, N. J.
R. ESTER?-ROOK & CO.
STEEL PEN iUAaNUFaCTUUERS,
iinvnnnnvn I No* 403 Arcli-street, (Will*.
VAREHOUBES | No# 4;4 j0iln.,trect; N. York
BampleB and prices on application. Lots made to ox
ter of any pattern or etantp required.
CAUTION.?Those Poub aro of genuine Amerloai
uannfactnre, and equal In Dnish, elasticity and flnonesi
of point to tho best imported. Thoy are, therefore, snrt
0 gain tho confidence of tho American public. The fao
mllo ol our signature Is sufficlent aecurity apalnst for
*u imitation. R. EHTEKDRi/Oh .?. UL.
aentomi'fr ?2rt mibni?.
GEO. E. CRUMP & CO.
AGENTS FOR MANuVbAOTLltED TCUAOOO,
AND WIIOI?SALE DEAI.?1S IM
l-HtlOlls. ?UltAlN, PLUUK, L1M??,
Sl^AllS. Il A k', SALT?U K1SI?,
M VANO, Oie.
NO. JO?, -il JA i- ?_i?__?.?t
Cures all diseases cansod by
self-abuse, viz :? Spermator
rhea. Seminal - Weakness,
Night - Emissions, Loss of
Memory, Universal Lassi
tude, Pains in the Back, Dim
ness of Vision, Premature
Old Age, Weak Nerres, Diffi
cult Breathing, Pale Counte
nance, Insanity, Consump
tion, and all diseases that fol
low as a sequence of youthful Indiscretions.
Tho Cherokee Curo will restore health and visor,
atop the emissions, and effect a permanent euro
after all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two
pnso pamphlet sont In a sealed envelope, freo to any
Prlco $2 per bottlo, or threo bottles for fa. Bold
by all druggists; or will bo sent by express to any
portion or tho world, on receipt of price, by tho
Dr. W. E. -EBWIN, 37 Walkor St., N. Y.
Cures all Urlnnry Com
plaints, viz: Gravel, Inflam
mation of the Bladder and
.Kidneys, Retention of
Urine, Strictures of the
.Urethra, Dropsical Stcell
'in?s, Brick Dust Deposits,
and all diseases that require
a diuretic, and when used In
conjunction with tho
OH ??OIT?? I?TTTTITTOItr,
docs not fall to euro Gonorrhea, Gleet and all Mu
cous Discharge? In Malo or Female, curing recent
cases in from one to three days, and Is especially
recommended In thoso cases of Fluor Albas or
Wiites in Females. Tho two modiclnos used in
conjunction will nut fail to rcinovo this disagreeable
complaint, and In thoso cases where other wudlc?nos
liiivo been usoil without success.
Price, Remedy, Ono Bottlo, %1, Threo Bottles, $5.
I Injection, ? " t% " " ?v5
Tho Chorokoo " Cure;' " Remedy," and "Iniec
tion" aro to bo found in all well regulated drug
stores, and aro recommended by physicians and
druggists all over tho world, for their Intrlnslo worth
and ?merit Some unprincipled dealers, howevor.
try to deceive their customers, by soiling cheap and
worthless compounds,?in order to mako money?
In placo of these. Be not deceived. If tho drug
gists will not buy them for y.., write to ns, and wo
will send them to you by express, seourely pneked
and freo from observation. Via treat all disc?os to
which tho human system Is subject, and will be
pleased to recolvo full and explicit statements from
thoso who havo failed to receive relief horetofore.
La dies or gentlemen can address us in perfect con
fidence. Wo deslro to send our thirty-two pop
pamphlet freo to every lady and gontloman In tlio
land. Address all letters for pamphlets, medicine?},
or advice, to tho solo proprietor, >&
Dr, W. B. M_RW_i, 37 Walker St., N. Y.
THE ASTONISHING 8UOOE8S WHICH HAS AT
TEND*?) this invaluable medicine, proves it thi
mont perfect remedy ever discovered. No language ca?
convey an adequate idea of tho immediate and almost
miraculous change which it occasions to the debilitated
and shattered system. In fact, it Btanda unrivalled as i
remedy for the perfect cure of
Loss of Muscular Energy,
Diseases of the
Stone in ?he
_id all Diseases or A i riions of the Bladder and Kid
neys, and Dropsical! ' ilings existing In Men, Women
FOB THOSE DI ?i ABES PECULIAR TO FEMALES
OONSTITUr. -N WATER ISA SOVEREIGN
These Irregularities are tho cause of frequently recui
ring disease, and through negloct the seeds of mor
grave and dangerous maladies are tbe result; and a
month altor month passes without an effort being mad
to assist nature, the diflculty becomes chronic, the toa
tient gradually loses her appetite, the bowels are oon
stlpated, night sweats como on, and consumption final
ly ends her career.
For sale by all Druggists. Price $1.
W. H. GREGG _ CO.,
MORGAN h ALLEN.
General Agents, No. 40 Cliff street, New Fork.
1866. FOR 1866. 1866.1
Duplex ellipTIC* 1
EACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED
VWO PERFECTLY TEMPERED SIKGL-I
BBAIDEB TIGHTLY AND FIBMLY TOGETHEB
odgo to edgo, forming one hoop, and making tho
STRONGEUT AND MOST FLEXIBLE, the LIGHTEST
AND MOST DURABLE SPRING made.
They wUl not bond or break like the single springs,
but will always preservo their
PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OR HOU8-3. DRESS.
In fact, thoy are snporlor to all others, combining
OOMFORT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS
BRADLEY_ DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For sale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively hy
the sole owners of the Patent.
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
So. 70 OHAMBEBS AND Nos. 79 AND 81 BEADS 8T?,,
For sale In Charleston, 8. 0., Wholesale and BstaU, bp
WM. T. B?RGE k 00.
EDWIN BATE8 k OO.
KING k GOODBIOH.
J. B. BEAD k OO.
WM. MoOOMB k CO.
E. 8C0TT k OO.
UFFERHARDT, 0AMP8EN k OO.
JA8. B. BETTS.
STOLE. WEBB & OO.
8. FRIEOURG. OAHM k OO.
And all other Merchants who Roll flrst-ciasB HK.IBT6
In Charleston and throughout the Southern States.
January 26 6mo
0. E. CHI CHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. O. -
a GENT FOB THE PURCHASE AND SALB Off
?__ BEAL ESTATE in any ol the Southern States.
ALSO AGENT FOB THE SALE, RENTING, HjaV
4?i?r**,G *-. OF i-i*! if-* '. if* .1*1 *f ?i -us S.'
THE OLD STERLING REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS
THESE BTTTEB3 ABE PUBELY A VEGETABLB
COMPOUND, and aro offered to the public under the
fullest convIcUon**tbat they will be found a safo and sov
ereign REMEDY FOR LYnl-EFSlA.
They have been triumphantly tested by numerous
famlllesand Physicians in the South, who have furnisk
ed ample testimony as to their decided exceUonce.
MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTEB8I
Cures Nervous Headache.
MBS. JENKINS* COLLETON BIITER8I
Strengthens the Digestive Organs,
MB8. JENKINS' COLLETON BIT 1ER81
Stimulates a Torpid Liver.
MBB. JENKIN8' OOLLETON BITTERS I
Corrects ?citllty of the Stomach.
MBS. JENKINS' OOLLETON BITTERS I
Creates a Good Appetite.
MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Cures DyspopBla in its most aggravated form.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTER8I
Rejuvenates Old Age.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS 1
Aro truly called "Tho People's Medicine,"
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGOI8T8.
FOR SALE AY ALL DRUGGIHT8.
FOR 8AI.E BY ALL DHUGGI8T8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGI8T8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
jsar The TBADE will be supplied on LIBERA
All ordors should bo addressed to
WM. A. SERINE. M. D.,
FAMILY MEDICINE WAREHOUSE,
No. 260 Eing street,
Manufacturer and Solo Agent for Mrs. Jenkins.
Proprietor and Manufacturer of EPPING'S COM
POUND FLUID EXiBaOT 8AR8APARILLA AND
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, tho best known remedy for Scro
fula and Eruptions of the bkl". Lecommended esps-*
daily by Physicians for all Impurities of tue System.
July 7 Amos
NEWS AND HERALD,
No. Ill Bay-street. Savannah, Ga.,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITF
Is assigned the publication of
Ab having tho
In the City and County,
And Publishes the Legal Advertisements of nearly STSffj}*
County which has its Advertising done In Savavannak,
It la the
BEST ADVERTISING- MEDIUBL
In its Section of the Slate.
$10 par Anna?-.
S. W. MASON,
Editor and Propriet?r.