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Georgia short timo
CONFLICT WITH TDK iH^]dl01.g at Waynesboro*
ago, a citizeu findinsi tw?*k 0at a writ oF poases
ia possession of horses, tvn.h?(.u ffaa resisted by
sion under our State la?^ p03fci ?u apaeal was
the Commandant or snstained the exercise
made to Gen. TiUson, j eiviJ authoritios of the
of the authority- j A> 3r. Rodgers, Esq., to
county then dispa, ^ with tho Goveruor, who,
MillodgeTille, to c""Muc011 papers, has decided
we learn fromJ?" gtat0 g|iau oe enforced,
that the laws w [Samnnah News and Herald. '
", , " from tho Columbus Sun, that an offi
We %Sin that city on the 1st inst., from Mil
?eJ 8^ne <o get tbe negro Thomas Johnson alias
Sam to carry him to the proper court to be
triedI for the murder of Mrs. Kolhns.
A gentleman informed us a few days ago. says
the Greensboro' Beacon, that he had noticed a
field of cotton between this and Uniontown, on I
first rate land, that would not yield as much seed
as was used in planting. Another, who manageB
.ne of the finest plantations in the canebrake, in
formed ns that he had twenty acres of rich, slough
land in cotton, that would not yield, all told, 2000
Sounds of seed cotton. The orops in the Bandy I
rads are bad enough, but worse on the black |
THE MABINS BANK OP GEORGIA-We oall the at?
tention of those interested to the notice of the
Marine Bank of Georgia to holders of its bills,
lrom whioh it will be seen that holders of the
notes of this bank are desired to register the
same in order that the amount necessary for their
redemption may be ascertained. We understand
the bank does not wish the notes themselves to J
be presented at the time of registry, but simply
that the name of the bolder, with the amount of |
bills, shall be furnished.
GEOBGIA LUMBER.-The Brunswick Courier of I
tba 8th eaya:: '
"One of our citizens received a letter dated
Cologne, on the Rhine in Prussia, iu which the
writer stat'a that he has just left Bremen, and
?whilst there a cargo of Georgia pine lumber bad
arrived from Savannah; the first received on the
continent of Europe since the war, whioh sold at I
very high prices. We hope to hear soon of many
cargoes of lumber arriving at different ports in
Europe and South America. We have two large
Teasels now loading in our port for Buenos Ayres.
Nortli Carolina Items. ! .
DESTTTUI'XON.-We noticed standing at the
corner of Second and Market streets, yesterday
morning, a party of poverty-stri??Bn colored wo?
men, who, we understand, had made application
to the Freedmen's - Burean fo? relief and were
turned over to the civil authorities to be provided
. for. Alate order from Gen. Howard prohioitB
the extension of aid by the Burean to Buch par?
ties unless Bick or in hospitnls.
[Wilmington Dispatch. :
THE CHOLERA (SO-CALLED)-There have been
no further cases of choiera (or anything resem?
bling that disease) reported iu this city, since the
death of the three negroes last week, and whose
sickness was undoubtedly produced by an exces?
sive indulgence in fruit and vegetables. The
1 'disease, We aro glad to Bee, ie rapidly .disappear?
ing from all the cities and towns which, were
afflicted with it during the past summer.- Ibid.
THE FIBK ON 8UNDAY MORNING LABT.-The fire
which occurred about nine o'clock on Sunday
morning last, on South Water street, is supposed
to have been oaused by a spark from a neighbor?
ing chimney. The building-a shed, .with about
$3500 worth of lime, belonging to Meaara. Harriss
& Ho well-was consumed; covered by insurance.
The fire companies were promptly on hand and
stayed the further progress of the flames.
M. E. CHURCH.-The next annual Conference of
the Methodist Church in North Carolina will com?
mence Hs session in Fayetteville on Wednesday,
November8. Bishop Pierce will preside.
[Carolina Time?, Charlotte, N. C.
THE -ATI/ANTIO ABD PACIFIC RAILROAD-The
Board of Commissioaera named under "an act
granting landa to aid in the construction of a rail?
road and telegraph line from the States of Mis?
souri and Arkansas to the Pacific) ocean," passed
at the first session of the Thirty-ninth Congress,
met at St. Louie, Mo., Ootober 1. The following
officers were elected : President, General John
O, Fremont, of New York; Vice-President, Daniel
R. Garrison, of Missouri; Secretary. Charles H.
Howland, ol' Mis-.ouri: Treasurer, J. P. Robinson,
of New York.
Gene-il Fremont, in faking tho chair, delivered
an adc- Has, enlarging upon the advantages of the
propoBed route. By a reconi act of Oongroab, he
said, tho lino ol' thc road in hud io Southwestern
Missouri and the valley of the Canadian, and gen?
erally along the thirty-fifth parallel to the head of
navigation on tho Colorado, and th?noe to the j
Pacifio coast, ic aid ia its construction, the act1
Santa over twenty-five thousand acree of land to j
e mile, making for the entire route about forty*
Bte millions of aerea. Its really central position
makes the line national. We believe that lt will
prove to be the ebon eat, and it certainly present?
fewer natural obstacles, aod is the most practica- j
ble of any among all the proposed routes tb the
Paoifio. From Springfield to Han Francisco its es
?' timated length ie one thousand eight hundred
miles, making for the distance from St. Louis i
about two thousand miles, and from New York
about three thousand two hundred miles to San
Francisoo. From New York, by way of Memphis,
to San Francisco, the distanoe ia three thousand
seven hundred, making a difference of five hun?
dred miles in fa vor of this route. *
THE RUSSO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE.-The St. Peters?
burg Zeitung, of September 14, says that all pre?
parations on the mainland and the soundings in
Behring's Straits for the completion of the line of )
telegraph between Russia and America are nearly J
In the course of tho prosent yoar the telegraph
will be constructed over a distance of 3600 miles
beyond Revel, said blie lines will be finished from
Granley Haven to the Ktrichpak and along the
valley of this river, from the mouth of the Anadyr
to Fort Anadyr, from Okhotsk to Gtschiga, and
Ssrhaps even as far as to be joined with the j
na dy r line. The cable between Granley Haven!
and Sseojamin Bay, a distance of about seven
hundred miles, and that between Cape Sponberg
and Cape Tolstoi, in the Bay of Anadyr, will, as it |
is said, be laid before the end of this mouth.'
American and Russian enorgy has been very [
quick in tabing steps to complete the tie which ia
to connect and hold-together the two nations
whose new alli?nee, though baptized in cham?
pagne and heralded forth by a bouquet of fire?
works, cannot bo regarded without a slight feeling
'Of uneasiness by some cf the more westerly na?
tions of Europo. V
[Oalignani's Messenger, September 16.
Hon. Mr. Mangin, chief editor of the Phare de
la Loire, published at Nantes, which initiated the
project of presenting a gold medal to Mrs. Lin?
coln in commemoration of President Lincoln, ,in a
recent letter to a friend of the Lincoln family,
Btatea that.in consequence of tho great number
of subscriptions, it beoame necessary to substi?
tute for the originally intended medal a larger;
one, adequato iii value to the increased amount
of the subscriptions. He adda that the "com?
memoration medal for the noble widow of the
glorious and unfortunate Lincoln" has been al?
ready struck, and that the imperial mint at Paria
declining to do the work, it was done by the Ge?
neva mint. Mr. Mangiu insists, that the "French
Democracy shall deliver, by the hands oF ita rep?
resentative, tho bytubolio offering, personally to
frnm0, Be,ir(1i w&o returned not long since,
'lT,,a^ expedition to Denver, has nearly com-;
efl w T. J?-oture ^bodying a sentiment' suggest?
edT ifr life-tt'e contrat object being an
measure nt?Hhi5hhllailt succumbed to the
whiKt?L XRntl tempest, and the wreck of.
for whom it\ S3 ,notiee ot ? Willed old Indian
forest. 0?? ?oun ? landmark in thc J
STEEL RAILS_-The T ,1*7 TTT .,
Railway Company En? ^ Northwestern
sixty-three miles of HT?.? havo, a-Iread? kld
tho work of r. laving with ?t? i ?n theiT road' aud
to be continuel. fj" the n S "wtoad of iron, is
of EugWi steel raiU , ??,f Northern Railway
the principal stations, all on Heen ,lai(1 at a11
clines. on tuo steepest in
_ SPECIAL NOTICES.
W AWAY WITH 6PE0TA^Lj:si-r-QIiI) EYEl:
??nade new, without Spectacles, Doctor- or Mediolna
Pamphlet malled free on receipt of ton cents. Addrett
?. B, FOOTE, M. D., Ne. 1180 Broadway, New York.
.KT ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ABTIEIOIAL HU
( MAN EYES made to order and inserted by Drs. F.
I BADOH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by
BOISSONNEAU, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway. New York.
April 14_ _]H
J*3T MARBIAGET?ND CELIBACY, AN ESSA?
of Warning and Instruction for Young Men. AIBO,
Diseases and Abuses wbloh prostrate the vital powera,
with sure moans of relief. Sent free ol ohargo in sealed
letter envelopes. Address Dr. J. SEILI.TN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, PhBadelphla, Pa.
49T COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THI8 CELE
BBATED Toilet So?p, in Buch nnivorsal demand,
? made from the choicest materialfl, la mild and
.moment in its nature, fragrantly scented, and
extremely beneficial In Ita action upon the Bkin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fancy GoodBDealers.
February 7_ly? .
jay ITCH I ITCH! ITCH I SOB ATC H!
SOBATOH1 SCRATCH 1 WHEATON'S OINTMENT
I will cure tho itch in 48 hours. AIBO cures Salt Bheum,
Ulcers, OhUblains, and aU Eruptions of the Skin. Price
50 oents. For sale by aB druggists. By sending 60
cents to WEEKS ft POTTER, Sole AgentB, 170 Washing,
ton street Boston, itwlHfce forwarded by maU, free o
postage, to any part of the United States. I
June 4_ fimoB
M3- HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HALB
RENEWER has proved itsedfto be the most perfect pre?
paration for the hair ever offered to the public.
It is a vegetable compound, and contains no injurions
IX WTT.T, RESTORE GBA7 HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will keep the hair from falling ont.
It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair soft, lr '
i frons, and ??ken.
It is a'splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young, should fail to nee it. _
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIRST
MEDICAL AUTHORITY. .. , -
j?- AekforHsB's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Bene, wer
and take no other. B. P. HALL ft 00.
Nashua, N, H., Proprietors.
For sale by all Druggists. Wholesale by
KING & CASSIDEY,
Marchi thly* Charleston. 8. Cl
jaar THE SALE OP THE PLANTATION BIT?
TERS ia without precedent in the history of the world.
There is no secret in the matter. They are at once the
most speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis?
covered. It requires but a single trial to understand
this. Their purity can always bs relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, CBS carilla
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen, Anis?, Oloverbnds, Orange-pee],
Snake-root, Claraway, Coriander, Burdock,
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pnb
lio speakers, and persons of literary habits and seden?
tary Ufe, who require ires digestion, a relish for food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons are certain to find
in these Bitters what they have io long looked for.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate,
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote io change of water and diet
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatto and intermittent fo vors.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They onre Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They eure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They onre liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the best Bitters in the world. They make
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
gThe following startling and emphatio statements can
bo seen at our office.
Lotter of Bov. E. F. CnAKE, Chaplain of tho 107lh New
NEAB AOQTJIA CBBKK, March Uh, 1KC3,
Owing to the great exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion after the battle of Antietam, I was utterly prostrat?
ed and very sick. My stomach would not rotaiu medi?
cine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DBAKB, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great (surprise they
gavo me immediate relief, Two bottles almost allowed
me to join my regiment. * * * * I have sinoe seen
them used in many pases, and am free to say, for hos?
pital er private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Rev. E. F. CRANE, Chaplain.
j Loiter from the Ber. N. E. Gnus, St. Claireville, Pa,
GmmiRHEii :-You were kind enough, on a former oc?
casion, to send me a half dossen bottles of Plantation
Bitters fer $3 60. My wife having derived so muon
benefit from the tue of these Bitters, I desire >pr to
I continuo them, and yon will please send us filx bottles
I more for the mosey eaolosed.
I am, very truly, yo-rs,
H. E. GILD j pastor Gor. Ref. Ohuroh,
SOLDIER' HOME, S?PEBINTENDINT'S Omox, )
CINCINNATI, OHIO, Jan. 16th, 1863. j
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
eur noble soldiers who si op here, more or leas disabled
from various causes, and the effect is marveBous and
Suoh a preparation as this is I heartily wish in every
family, in every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. CHILDS, Surgeon of the Tonto Vermont Bo
giment, writes:-"I wish every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are the most effective, per?
fect, and harinleBB tonio I ever used."
W rx LARD'S HOTEL, >
WASHINGTON, D. 0., May 22d, 1863. J
GENTLEMEN:-We require another supply of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity o which daily in?
creases with the guests of onr honse.
SYKES, CHADWICK 4 CO.
. ftc, ftc ftc. ftc &o.
Be sure that every bottle bears the fac-simlle of our
signature on a steel plato labol, with our private stamp
over the cork.
P. H. DRAKE &C0,
No. 202 BROADWAY, N, Y.
Bold by aB respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocers
Saloons, and country Hotelsdealers.
KAT..HAIRON IS FROM THE GBEEK WOBI
"Kathro," or "Kathalro," signifying to cleans*,
rejuvenate and restore. This article is what its nam?
signifies. For preserving, restoring and beautifying tilt
tmman bair, lt 1B the most remarkable preparation in to
world. It ls again owned and put up by the original
proprietor, and ls now made with the same care, skiB
and attention which gave it a sale of over one million
bottles per annum. ,
It ls a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps tho head cool and clean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling off and turning gray
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beautiful hev
of hair should Use Lyon's KathrJron. It 1B known ar fi
Used throughout the olvilized world. Sold by all r?
spectable dealers. EMA8 BARNES * CO.,
Ootobor 28 ; ? r New York,
W SIMIXIA'SIMLLIBUS CUltAMTUtt.~
PREVENTION AND 0?RE
As the season advances, and Dysentery, Cholera Mor.
bus, attended with Fevers, are becoming common, a
PREVENTION for tho ASIATIC CHOLERA isa neceUni.
ty with every individual and every family.
In the last visitation of Cholera In this country, Dr,
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC was regardod, wherever the
pressure 0? his Mme allowed it to be introduced, as the
surest PREVENTIVE and most effectual ODRE given to
Of those who use the PREVENTIVE', ?thfully, only
about five per cent, were attacked, and ef cases treated
tte mortality was less than four per cent.
One-half ounce vials....$1.00
Packet cases, three three-quarter vials, and book of
directions, complete. 8.00
Family cases, three one-ouace vials, and book,
Bent by mail free on receipt of price.
ANCHOR SYPHrxoiD, mires Gonorrhoea, Sleet,
01d Urinary Complaints.$2.00
STAR 8?PHILOID (case of three bottles and book),
' <mres "oent Syphilis, Ghanores, Buboes.16.00
Bent by mail on receipt of price.
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Company,
No. 662 Broadway, New York.
KING- & CASSIDEY,
W. A. SUIIINE.
2 A, H , ECRB L, A co., IVetall Agents,
No, 281 KING-STREET, 4th flOor above Marke6-et.
AprllfU Btnth?moB Charleston, S. 0,
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify strengthen and Invigorate.
They c?e?t? a healthy appetite. . ? .
They aro au antidote to change o Water and diet
They overe?me effects o i dissipation and late bonn
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevea : miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purifj the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They oura Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhoea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus,
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are th? best Bitters In the world. They mai?
the weak strong, and are exhausted nature's great n
I storer. They we made of pure St Croix Rna, the cele?
brated Calisaya Bark, roots and herbs, and are taken
with the pleasure of a beverage, without regard to cge
or time of day, Particularly recommended to delicate
persons requiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by all Oro
??it, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. Only genuin?
when Cork ls coiered by our private U. B, Stamp. Be
wan of counterfeits and refilled bottles.
P. H. DRAKE A OO.,
Ho. ai Park Bow, New Yorfc
October 38 I roth ly
E. H KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES MD DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETmGrrST.,
THIRD DOOR NORTH OF MARKET
WOULD ?'FORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVX
on'hand a .M<!1 assortment of DRUOf), MEDICINE/?
pKui'iuErARj: Atmc'LEd, 60/a'g, BRUSHES, PER?
FUMERY iud FANO? ?OODS, and aro prepared t i
Bifpply pbfRloiaus ?nil pr?vate families at choiipest mar?
fi. H. KEPLERS, M. D. '.... .H. BABB, M.'-XX
July 19 ,_
ACCOUNTANT AND (joPYIST.
Collections promptly ajttended to
OF* ICE COR. BROAD AND OHUROR STREETS,
CHARLESTON, B. C.
BOOKSWRITTEN UP, ERRORS DETECTED, BILLS
MADE OUT, and all klbds of WAITING.
Instrucdon given in PltAOHOALBOOK-KEEPING
and BuBliefs generally, at moderate prices.
SAMUEL K. MARSHALL,
(FORMBBLT CO PAnTNEB OF J. E. ADQEB A CO.),
IMPORTER AND DEALBR IN
ENGLISH AND AMER'CAN HAEDWARE, OUT
L?RY, GUNS, AND AG RIC ILTUR AL
NO. 310 ?ING ST., TH.IttD DOOR B1LOW SOCIETY,
OHAELKSTON, S. O.
October 1 3moB
R. Ii. RIK3E,
WHOLBSALF, AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Flour, Grain, and Country Produce,
No. 17 Anson-street
(FOKMERLT CLAUSBES'S MtiLS),
CHABLESTON, S_ C
Mr. ?. A. NEUFFER will be plealed to serve hil
Hon Wm. Aiken, Charles- Col. D. L.MoKay, Charles
ton, S.O. ton, S.O.
Willis & Ohisolm, Charles- O. K. Hugjr, Charleston, S,
ton, S. C. O.
w o Dukes & Cc, Charles- Laure/ AUexander,
' ton, 8. 0. Charleston, S. 0.
E H. Rodgers ACo.,Charles- Cameron, Barkley A Oo"
ton, S, O. Charlatan, S. 0.
Q w Olark A Co., Charles- A. A. Rica of Southern Ex
' ton, S. 0. press.
Jno. E. Marley, Augusta, Ga.
M. M. QUINN, .
Wholesale & RetaiJL Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. &U7 KIN G-BTHEET,
OHARLE8TON, 8 . C. ,
Ibo latest issues of the preBS always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods dellveredor ic?
carded by Mail or Express.
All GASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
February 27 ly
T, ? . A.
I' ANTI-SYPHILITIC, '
FOR THE CURE OP SYPHILIS IN ALL ITS
THIS EXTRAORDIN ARY AND TRULY VALUEABLE
Medicine ia prepared with the utmost skill and care
by a regular graduate of Medicine and Pharmacy, from
fresh SOUTHERN MEDICINAL BOOTS AND HEBBS
and is therefore
?3- It completely neutralizes the peculiar Syphilitic
poison, and eradicates every particle of the taint from
the Bystem forever.
US' This is not a remedy that MAY CUBE, but one
that DOES and WILL CUBE every case without faUure,
when taken according to directions.
SSS" Neither is it a remedy to be tried, but one that
has been tried and thoroughly tested in some of the
very worst cases of secondary and tertiary Syphilis,
and in every case it made a complete cure, and gave the
sufferer a new lease of life, health, strength, and happi?
4ST It is now being used and recommended in their
private practice by some of the most eminent physi?
cians in tho United States.
A FEW RECOMMENDATIONS F BOM PHYSICIANS
W.' Duggan, Barnes, and King, of Wilson, N. 0.,
cerito,"that LAWRENCE'S ANTI-SYPHILITIO ls an
^kXl.'?H.i?ln?*?My*1'nedy. and that lt has parform
6u.JSIIMulfaul0 OUrSSiw ' j
Dr. Blake, of Baltimore, Md., says; "Your remedy 1B
performing truly marvellous cu?es in this city."
Dr. Smith, of tfew York, writes: "I have fairly test?
ed your ANTI-SYPHILITIO in as bad oases asl conld
find in the city, and in every, instance it'mad? a com?
plete and rapid cure. It really seems to possoss almost
49> We could procure numbers of certificates from
patients, but of course delicacy would forbid them from
Diguing their full names; but certificates are of small im?
portance any how, as a fair trial wlB convince the most
sceptical of the real merits of the Medicine.
READER, STOP ! PAUSE ! THINK !
Have you ever been affected with Syphilis in any of
its forms? If so, do not ran the fearful risk of entail?
ing horrid diseases upon your children and children's
children to the third and fourth generations, but be
positively sure to drive every vestige of the disease
from your system at once, by taking LAWRENCE'S
49- It has been remarked by a celebrated medical
writer, "that if Syphilis and its effects could be stopped i
half of the diseases that now afflict the human family
49? This valuable medicino Is pleasant to the taste,
has a delightful odor, and is not in the least injurions.
49" For sale by aB Druggists, and
KING & CASSIDET,
NO. 161 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, 8. 0.
49-BEWABE OF IMITATIONS. "fM
Br EATING the "Egyptian LOTUS," Tennyson's
"Chorantes" become nothing but worthies loafers; if j
he had given them PENNEY'S glorious Perfume from the
same beautiful flower, they would have become USEFUL
and ELEGANT gentlemen, and their wives, LAMES,
As VINCENT WALLACE'S MUSIC to the eu; as the
polished Parian marbia to tho touch; as the morning
star to thc sight, so is PENNEY'S exquisite Perfume of j
EGYPTIAN LOTUS to the smell.
ALL SEAL BEAUTY is allied to religion, even although
it only approaches the truth. It'was this instinct
that made the Hindoos wear the EGYPTIAN LOTUS in
their mythological processions: but PENNEY, in his DE?
LICIOUS PERFUME from that flower, has surpassed the
NATUBE, UNDOUBTEDLY, ls the substratum of all; bnt j
man, by refining on it, makes himself her absolute su?
perior, as witness, Bossini, in his manipulation of ocean,
forest and .bird music, and PENNEY, in bis EGYPTIAN ;
THESE IS A GBEAT DEAL OF CANT about which ls |
befit, the useful or tho beautiful. That only ls THE best
that UNITES BOTH, as PENNEY has done in his EGYPTIAN
MIBEUBEAU, the wonderful French Orator, when
dying, asked for the odor of* flowers, li he was living,
0, how eloquent would he be over PENNEY'S EGYPTIAN
"BEING FLOWXBS, FBESH.FLOWEBBI" oried the de?
lightful Mrs. Hemans. A distinguished American
Poetess has nearly finished a song on the perfection of |
the Floral KINGDOM, PENNEY'S EGYPTIAN LOTUS.
As HENRY CLAY in eloquence; as Blondell In painting;
as Har tin sculpture; as Bonner in newspaperdom ; as
Spear in mining; as Ferham In North Paolflc railroad?
ing, so America's beautiful and refined women say,
PENNEY ia in his EGYPTIAN LOTUS.
KING & CASSIDET,
No. 151 Meeting street.
September 10 _
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIXTURES. GAS
PITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
TEVDED TO No- 116 KING-STREET,
AugUBt 31 Between Broad and Queen.
BE O I^JEIST XJ>TOt
I ate Stoney & Wiltbergcr, f;
OLD?BTAND HAS BEf,UMED BDSINEBB fat
^o. 277 King street,
w?w?K ?rp.?8t favors' he hopes that by Mu
Suet thlh^ ?D "I? 8RE,LT 0H6 ?ero186'1 ln i?1?
^WaM?n?-SS ^L11 oontll"xe 60 receive the patronsT
?ni &? ?9, ?ay a vlEit t0 city, that they
will not forget ??077 Elm S THEEr
OIS!IY!2SS ??m SSf? a?d aeIected Personally witfc
TEA-T 0A5.B ?r?S??%.est imiportInK Houses in NliW
FORK and the LABORAlOBY ft PHILADELPHLtT
Qmol" RETUBNa^ A^;aALL Tom> AH
J. R. W?LTBEEGER,
September U_ No\^7 King street,
THE MOST INVALUABLE REMEDY FOB THF PSI?,
M ANENT CUBE OF
FOB THE CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CUBE OP
Arising from a debilitated state of the Stomach or Lite ?
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OF OB H
and take none other, and yon wlU not be disappointed,
The trade supplied oa the most liberal terms by;th?
Proprietor and Manufacturer,
C. P. PANKNIN,
NO. litS MEETING STREET, '
Charleston, 8. O,
mr PLEASE OBSERVE THE FAG SIMILE OF TB 3
PBOBPIBTOB'S SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDE
Also for sale at
G. W. AI MAR,
DB. P. M. COHEN,
DAWSON & BLACKMAN,
li. H. KEBLEBS & CO.
And by Druggists generally.
?I BOOK MIME
SrmH AS RECORDS FOB PUBLIC 0FFI0S8,
Ledcers. Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, ftc, ocu*
tant?v on hand, and made to order, and with any d?s
ription 0f Baling. None but the best workmen employ.
d and the beBt materials used.
A practical experience of twenty years in the abovi
ne, and with facilities unsurpassed, enable me to wm
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTING
In a Bits branches, with new type, uaw presses, and
Avantages not exceBed in this city* L eyer's Blan .i.
ltleB, Bonds, Mortgages, ftc, fto., on hi .d and printed
lo order._tnthslyr_December 1?
TOYS, CHINA, AND FANCY GOODS
BEADS, MARBLES, SLATES, &c, SLAT i
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
NO. 65 MAIDEN LANE, COB. WILLIAM ST., N. Y.
QTRA8BURGER & *TfV?X^wt
? EST IMPORTERS in the r lina, a?>*TT*?a $
their FOLIJ STOCK, FOR OA^, at he lowest g ?
rates, are enabled to offer. %*lBcXdovM to tove,
traordinary Inducements. Buyers w
them with their confidence and miyw
' JOT Mail orders promptly executed. thamm..
? AugUBt 23