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The Daily New?
^ SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1866.
GBIFFIN AND NORTH ALABAMA RAILROAD.-T.
Griffin papers allude to a recent annual meehi
in that citv of tho stockholders of tho Savanna
Griffin and North Alabama Railroad, when tl
following gontlemen were elected directors t<
the curreut year :
Judge Crawford, of Griffin, President.
J. I. Whitaker, of Fayette County.
G. J. Drake, of Spalding County.
H. J. Sargeant, of Cowota County.
Glenn 0. Wynn, of Coweta County.
W. W. Thomas, of Cowota County.
B. M. Long, of Carroll County.
It watt determined not to ?ell or lease the roa,
but to. continue at work at as early a day jas ora
tical. Of all the new routes to connect um Geo
gia railroads with the Mississippi valley, trna
the most important to Augusta, as well as
Charleston. With tho road from Covington 1
Griffin, a chart?r of which we believe was ob tai
ed several years ago, a line would be opened
thP ?S as direct and central as could be devi;
ed%nd whfch"Sli relievo the old line of tl
pressure-of businesH which is liable, in the bus
. ness 8388on, to oause injurious delay, andI gu
the public the benefit of a healthy oompetitioi
The condition of the country is Buoh that, witl
out aid from abroad, there ia no present hope <
completing this line, but it can do no harm 1
keep the public mind directed to it, to the en
that in due time it may receive the attention
deserves.-Chronicle arid Sentinel, Augusta.
ISON WOEKS IN DADE COUNTY.-A company ?
capitalists has been formed, and the first insta
ment of the stock paid in, to work the furnaces i
Wills Valley, near Trenton, in this State. .
[Atlanta Daily Era
The new Steam Fire Engioe for Atlanta, whic
arrived here by the Virgo, left for its destinate
by the CR. K. yesterday. It ia in charge <
Capt. 8. E. Furlong, sent out by the manufat
turers in charge of it and to Btart it for the COB
pany. It is consigned to the Mechanics Fire Con
I pany, of Atlanta, and is from the celebrated Ann
' Seag Manufacturing Company, Manchester, I
H.; E. A. Straw, Esq., Agent, whose maobines ai
other manufactures are celebrated the world ove
Its weight is 8700 pounds net; 8-inoh stearn oylii
der, 9-inoh stroke, 4J-inoh pumpa, with 199 incl
and-quarter tubes in her, ragged to haul by hai
or with horses. She cost ifoOOO, delivered, ai
will be a great acquisition to the Atlanta Fire D
partmont-Savannah News and'Herald.
THE MACON AND BBUNBWIOK' RAILBOAD.-Tl
Brnnswiok Courier informs us that the municip
authorities of that place, with the expressed coi
sent of the, people, nave increased their aubsori
tion to th9 capital stock of the road to three hui
dred thousand dollars. The President, Mr. Hazl
horst, assured the citizens that with that add
tional amount of stook, he thought there could 1
no difficulty in makiog arrangements for the pu
chase of the iron and the laying down of tl
track-the grading being almost completed and
matter of minor importance. The Courier saj
five hundred thousand would have been snbscrii
ed quite as readily if that amount had been calle
THE AUGUSTA AND MACON RAILROAD.-The friend
Of this road entertain strong hopes that it will b
completed to MilledgevUle by spring. Mr. Stepha
D. Heard, of Augusta", Ga., haa been chose
President in plaoe of Hon. John P. King, resigr
ed. Mr. Heard is highly spoken of by the An
gusta press, and will prosecute the work witl
COMMITTED FOB MURDEH_Three of the negroe
arrested, viz :' Smart Blake alias Smart Cum
minga, Samuel Field and Donald McDonald, wer
examined before Justico John A. t?taley, yester
* day morning, charged with the murder of Wm
Alford, the particulars of which we have already
published. There were some eighteen negroei
arrested as witnesses ia the oase, all ' of whom,
with the exception of three women, were released
after the examination. The witnesses testified
that after the negroes had secured Mr. Alford,
McDonald placed him in' position and gave the
command to fire, when the negroes whoso names
are mentioned above, and two others, who have
not been arrested yet. discharged their muskets,
Killing Mr. Alford almost instantly. After Mr.
Alford was shot and lying on the ground, it is
aj?el thu t tho neg i u Bili ai t Dlakv, "the i f a?ica ilel
. ?a the affair, went- up to him and beat hia brains
out with his musket. After a careful and impar?
tial investigation of the case, the evidence being
positive, Justice Staley committed the three negro
nen, aa well as the three negro women, to jail
tho men to await their trial before the January
% term of the Superior Court, for the offence of
murder, and.the women as. important witnesses
It ia said that Smart Blake was'tried, some time
ago, before the Military Oourt, on the charge of
murdering a negro woman, but the evidence not
being conclusive against him, he was discharged.
ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT MUBDEB.
Robert Oliver, a colored man. was arrested by the
police yesterday afternoon, charged with commit?
ting an assault upon tho person of W. F. Bisbee,
? colored man, with intent to commit murder.
Oliver, it appears, had been drinking, and meet?
ing Bisbee in a house, & conversation occurred
between them, during which, and without any
previousiprovooation, Oliver jumped up and drew
a knife and ran up to Bisbee and stabbed him in
the head, causing a painful, though, it ia thought,
not a dangerous wound. A policeman being in
the vicinity at the time, end hearing the disturb?
ance, arrested Oliver and carried him before Jus?
tice Staley, who, afteF hearing, thu facts: of the
case, committed him to jail iu default of bail, to
await an examination.-Ibid.
PICKPOCKET ARRESTED.-J. W. Williams, a noted
thief, who has by ?umu contrivance managed to
cheat the penitentiary, of a convict for several
years, waa. arrested in the market yesterday
m?rniDg. Williams had been a oloso observer of
C. Beasley, a young oountrymni, who was dispos?
ing of his produce from his cart in the market.
Noticing Beasley making chango, and observing
which pooltet he placed his money in, he watched
his chanco and slipped his hand in Beasley's
pocket and drew out the roll of money, about
twenty dollars. After committing the theft, Wil?
hams was about making off, when he was arrest?
ed by the market policeman, having been Been to
take the money.-Ibid.
SCHOONER VETO.-The schooner Veto, bound
from Indianola, Texas, for New York, and whioh
?>ut into Tybee in distress on Sunday last, waa
owed up to the city yesterday morning. Capt.
Tuthill, of tho Veto, reports: Ootober 2d, in Ut.
80 deg. N., lon. 79 deg, and 10 min. W., while
hove to in a gale of wind from the N. E., tho sec?
ond officer of tho vessel, B. S. Miller, of Miller's
Place, L. I., was washed overboard and lost. At
2 P. M. the gale Iud increased to a hurricane. A
heavy sea struck the jibboom, which carried away
bobstays, bowsprit^ shrouds, foremast-head, the
main and mizzenmast going by the board at the
' same time. The vessel lost all sails and rigging.
ANOTHEB MABINS DISASTEB.-The British bark
Stampede, Captain Jowett, from New York, bound
to Havana, with a cargo of Irish potatoes, put in
below yesterday morning, in distress. The Stam?
pede waa exposed to the Bevere gale of the 3d for
thirty-six hours. Sho lost her maintopmast, top
gallantmast, also, her yards, sails, and jibboom.
COMMITTED.-Henrv Garrett, a negro, was com?
mitted to jail by J m?tico Smith yesterday to await
an examination on the charge of stealing a sign
board from its fastenings in front of the thoo
maker shop of Daniel Rollie.-Ibid.
THE COUNTY COURT.-The County Court, His
Honor Judge Russel presiding, met yesterday
morning and adjourned, without transacting any
business, uutil the 10th. Jurors will take n otice.
. -The steamer O. F.'Potter was passed last even?
ing by the steamer H. M. (Jool, coming up with a
prig m tow which had boon ushoro near tho en?
trance ot Warsaw_Ibid.
TEA.-Mr. M. Jones, of Liberty County, Geor?
gia, has written for tho Cultivator a communica
?rVf HU ^u ^iro.or Tea ia ?be South." The
eortor of the Cultivator my8 ?
"Otu-correspondent favored us with a sam?
ple ot the tea prepared by him. la appearance,
S^rT ?Tu?> ? P^isely resembles a fine
article ot enmono Black l.'ea. If our plantations
can produce tea as hnely flavored as dna, with as
little trouble as Mr. Jones states ia required in
the process, it ia tho most profitable crop we can
crow In conversation with lum another point
was elioited, to wit-that when tea ia raised m
localities near tho coast, whon the planta are
once established, nearly all the labor comes dur?
ing the healthy season of the year, antLafter
gathering, the planter can retiro and speud moBt
of tho summer in a more healthy locality."
DAWSONVILLE.-We learn that ?hi? ia a remark?
able little country village, situated ia the. moun?
tains of Northeastern Georgia, where the people
breathe pure air and drink cold mountain water.
What is remarkable about thie town is, that there
is not a retail liquor grocery in the place, and not
an ind.vidual citizen of the place twelve years cf
age but who belongs to the church. The place
has a population oi from 200 to 300 inhabitants.
Thoro is certainly no discount on the morality of
this place,-Carlersv?le Express.
A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR.-Gen. Jos. E. John?
ston Was in our city on Thursday last, acting in
the interests of the Selma and Dalton Railroad
Company. He is in fine health and spirits, and we
understand speaks hopefully in regard to the
early completion of this great railroad connection.
He left on Thursday night for the North to per?
fect arrangements to secure the necessary means
to carry on the work.-Rome Courier. ^^^^^
?? AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD E?EB
made new, without Speotaoies, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet malled free on receipt of ten cents. AddreH
I. B. FOOTE, M. D., Ko. 1180 Broadway, Kew York.
November 9_. _ .
J?f ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTITIOIAL HU"
MAN EYES made to order and inserted by Drs. F.
BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by
ROISSOHNXAV, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway, New York.
April ll_ 'TL.
MOT MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AN ESSA?
of Warning and Distraction for Young Men. Also,
Diseases and Abuses whioh prostrate the vital powers,
with sure means of relief. Sent free of oharge in sealed
letter envelopes. Address Dr. J. BKILLIN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
August 14 _ _Jg?_
4SP ITCH ! ITCH I ITCH! SCRATCH!
80B?TOHI " SCRATCH 1 WHEATON'S OINTMBNT
: will cure tho Itch in 48 hours. Alon oures Salt Rheum,
Ulcers, Ohllblalns, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price
60 oeni;s. For sale by all druggists. By sending 60
cento to WEEKS A POTTER, Sole Agents, 170 Washing,
ton stree* Boston, it will he. forwarded by mall, free o
postage, to any put of the United States.
jS-THE SALE OP THE PLANTATION BIT
I TE RS Is without precedent In the history of the world.
! There is no secret in the matter. They are at onoe the
most speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis
covered. It requires but a single, trial to understand
! this. Their purity can always be relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion,. Chamomile Ftowere, Larender
Flowers, Wintergreen, Anise, Oloverbuds, Orange-peel,
! Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
Ho speakers, and pomona of literary habits and seden
tory life, who require free digestion, a relish for food,
and citar mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons are certain to ind
tn these Bitters what they have so long looked for.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
Thoy are an* antidote to change of water and diet
They overcome effocto of dissipation and lat? hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent mias matic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the bros th and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Disxrh ?a, Oholsra and Cholera Morbus,
tobey onre Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the best Bitters in the world. They make
th? w?*k mah strengend are exhausted nature's great
gThe following startling an* emphatic statements can
be seen at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. F. Cn AXE, Chaplain of the 107th New
NE AB AOQCTA CBIEX, March 4th, 1868.
Owing to the great exposure and ! terrible decompose 1
tlon after the, battle of Antietam, 1 was ntterly prostrat?
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi?
cine. An article called. Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DRAKH, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gav? me immediate relief., Two bottles almost allowed
me lo join my regiment. . '* * * I have sinoe seen
the? used in many oases, and am free to say, for hos?
pital or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
'. Kev. E. F. GRANE, Chaplain.
Latter from the Rev. N. 2, GILDS, Si OlalrsvHle, Pa.
GENTLEMEN :- You were kind enough, on a former oc?
casion, to send me a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bit ?rs for $3 60. My wife having derived so muan
I benefit from the use of these Bitters, I desire iPr to
co&tinue them, and you will please send LU eix bottles
more for the money enclosed, i
I am, very truly, yo-:rs,
N. E. GILD J pastop aer> church,
SonDlBR? HOME, SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
OINOIMMATI, OHIO, Jan. loth, 1868. j
* . * . * * * ?... * *
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
eur noble soldiers who stop here, more or less disabled
I from various causes, and the effect is marvellous and
Such a preparation aa 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 Tenth Vermont Re?
giment, writes:-"I wish every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are the most effeoUve, per
feet, and harmless tonio I ever used,"
_ WruARD'8 HOTEL, 1
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 22d, 1863. j
. GENTLEMEN :-We roquire another supply of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity o which daily in
, creases with the guests of our house.
SYKES, CHADWICK A CO.
Ac. Ac. Ac Ac to.
Be sure that every bottle bears the facsimile of our
signature on a steel plate label, with our private stamp
over the cork,
Fe H. BRAKE & CO,
No. 202 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Sold by aU respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocers
Saloons, and country Hotolsdealers.
LYON'S KATH AIRON.
KATHAIRON IS FROM THE GREEK WOBi
"Kathro," or "Kathairo," signifying to cleanse
rejuvenate and restore. This artiole is what its name
signifies. For preserving, restoring and beautifying tht
human h air, it is the most remarkable preparation in th?
world. It is again owned and put up by the original
proprietor, and is now made with the same care, skill
and attention whioh gave it a sale of over one million
bottles per annum.
It is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the head oool and clean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling off and turning graj
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beautiful hear
of hair should use Lyon's Kathairon. It ls known ard
need throughout the civilised world. Sold by all ra
spectable dealers, EMAS BARNES & CO.,
Ootober28 r New York, .
OS- SIMIJL.1A SIMII.UI L'S CUllAflTUB..
PREVENTION AND CUBE
< 4 ? OF ? >:
AB the season advances, ?nd Dysentery, Cholera Mor
bus, attended with Fevers, are becoming common, a
PREVENTION for the ASIATIC CHOLERA is a neeessi
ty with every Individual and every family.
In the last visitation of Cholera In this country, Dr.
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC, was regarded, wherever the
preBBureon his time allowed it to be Introduced, as the
surest PREVENTIVE and moBt effectual CURE given to
Of those who use the PREVENTIVE faithfully, only
about five per cent, were attacked, and ef cases treated
the mortality was less than four per cent.
One-half ounce vials.. $LOu
Pecket cases, three three-quarter vials, and tookof
directions, complete. 8?J
Family cases, three one-ounce vials, and book,'
Sent by mau free on receipt of price. " ".
ANCHOR SYPHILOID, coles gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Old Urinary Complaints. M W
STAR 8?PHILOID (case of three bVt?les'and book),'
cures recent Syphilis, Chancres, Buboes.[0.00
Sent by mail on receipt of price.
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Company,
No. 602 Broadway, New York.
, KING & OASSIDEY,
w. A. SHRINE*
? A. W. ECKEL & CO., Retail Agents,
No. 231 KING-STREET, 4th dOor above Market-st
Apr?li_stuthjjmoB Charleston, 8. 0.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS,
They purify strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite. ?
They are an antidote to ohange o water and diet .
They overcome effeots o i dissipation and late hon??
They strengthen the system and enUven the mind.
They prevent miaamatio and Intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Dlarrhcsa, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the heat Bitters in the world. They maki
I the .weak strong, and are exhausted nature's great r*
storer. They are made of pure St. Croix Rum, the cele
' orated Calisaya Bark, root? and herbs, and are taken
with til? pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age
or time of day. Particularly recommended to delicate
persons requiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by all Oro
oers, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. Only genuin*
when Cork is covered by our private U. B. Stamp. Bs
I wan of counterfeits and refilled bottles.
P. H. DRAKE & GO.,
No. 91 Park Bow, New York.
October 38 storth ly
Br SATIVO the "Egyptian LOTUS," Tennyson's
'Ohoraliies" become nothing but worthless loafers; if
hu had given them PENNEY'S glorious Perfume from the
same beautiful flower, they would have become UMITO.
and ELKOANZ gentlemen, and their wives, LADIES.
AB VINCENT WALLAOX'B MP SW to the eu; as the
polished Parian marble to thjiouoh;aa the morning
star to the sight, so is PENNEY'S ?zquislte Perfume of
EeerauN Lons to UM smell.
ALI. BEAL BEAUTY is allied to religion, even although
I it only approaches the truth. It 'was this instinct
' that made the Hindoos wear the EGYPTIAN LOTUS in
I their mythological processions: but PENNEY, in his DE
UOI0?B PERFUME from that flower, haa surpassed the
NATURE, UNDOUBTEDLY, is the substratum of ?ll; bnt
man, by refining on it, makes himself her absolute su?
perior, as witness, Rossini, in his manipulation of ocean,
forest and .bird music, and PENNEY, in his EGYPTIAN
THEBE IS.A OREAT DEAL OF CANT about whioh ls
be?t, the useful or the beautiful. That only is THE best
[ that UNITES BOTH, as PENNEY has done In his EGYPTIAN
MIBEUBEAU, the wonderful French #Orator, when
dying, QBked for the odor of flowers. If he was living,
0, how eloquent would he bo ovor PENNEY'S EGYPTIAN
"BRING FLOWEBB, FBESH .FLOWBRI I" cried the de?
lightful Mrs. HemanB. A distinguished American
Poetess haB noarly finished a song on the perfection of
the Floral KINGDOM, PENNEY'S EOTTTIAN LOTUS.
AB HENRY CLAT in eloquence ; as Bloidell in painting;
as Hart in sculpture; SB Bonner in ntwspaperdom ; as
Spear In mining; as Perham in North Paciflo railroad?
ing, so America's beautiful and refined women say,
PENNEY ls in his EGYPTIAN LOTUS.
KING & OASSIDEY,
No. 151 Meeting street.
. September 10_._:-.
TOYsTcilNA, AND FANGT GOODS,
BEADS, MARBLES, SLATES, &c, SLATE
STU AS BURGKE li &NUHN,
NO. 65 MAIDEN LANE, COR. WILLUM ST., N. Y.
STR\8BTJltGEB fe NUHN BEIN? NOV THE LARG
pa p IMPORTERS In their lina, and laving laid in
their FOLL STOCK, FOR OAbH, at tlo lowest gold
rates are enabled to offer, for the comitg season, ex?
traordinary inducements. Buyers will do well to favor
thom with their confidence and buy at once.
OS- Mail orders promptly executed.
August 23 th3tu3m0
I THE MOST INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR THF FEB?
MANENT CURE OF
FOB THE CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CUBE OF
I Arising from a debilitated state of the Stoinaoh or Lives
I PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS O F OUB
SOUTHERN CLIMATE, i
I and take none other, and 'yon will not be disappointed.
The trade supplied on tho most liberal terms by}tn i
I Proprietor and Manufacturer, l'.i !'*?; vii,
C. F. PANKNlN,
NO. 138 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, S. 0.
49* PLEASE OBSERVE THE.FAQ SIMILE" OF THB
PROBP?ETOB'S SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDE
WRAPPER. * :" " "' '
Also for sale at
G. W. AIMAE,
Dn. P. M. COHEN,
DATTBON A BLACKMAN,
E. H. KELLERS ft 00.
And by Druggists generally.
Joly 19 Smoa
T. Gr. .A..
O ELEBR ATED
! FOR THE /TORS OF SYPHILIS TN ALL ITS
THIS EXTE lORDINARY AND TRULY VALUEABLE
Medicine is prepared with the utmost skill and care
by a regular graduate of Medicine and Pharmacy, from
fresh SOUTHERN MEDICINAL BOOTS AND HERBS,
! and is therefore
43~ It completely neutralizes the peculiar Syphilitic
poison, and eradicates every partido of the taint from
the system forever.
HS" This is not a remedy that MAY CURE, but one
that DOES and WILL OURE every case without failure,
when taken according to directions.
?3- Neither is lt a remedy to bo tried, bnt 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 Ufe, health, strength, and happi?
Kg- It is now being used and recommended in their
private practice by some of the most eminent physi?
cians in the United States. ,
A FEW RECOMMENDATIONS FROM PHYSICIANS-.
Drs. Dnggan, Barnes, and Kinfc, of Wilson, N. 0.,
cortify "that LAWRENCE'S ANTI-SYPH1LITI0 is an
efficient and valuable remedy, and that it has perform?
ed remarkable cures."
Dr. Blake, of Baltimore, Md., says: "Your remedy is
performing truly marvellous cutes in this city."
Dr. Smith, ot New York, writes: "I have fairly test?
ed your ANTI-SYPHILITIC in as bad cases as I could
find in the city, and in every instance lt made a com
j plote und rauld cure. It really seems to possess almost
? magical powers."
4E?r- We could procuro numbers of certificates from
pationts, but of course delioaoy would forbid them from
Bigning their full names; but certificates are of small im?
portance any how, as a fair trial will convince the most
sceptical of the 'real merits of the Medicine.
READER, STOP !. PARSE ! THINK !
Have you ever been affected with Syphilis In any of
its forms? If so, do not run the fearful risk of entail
j lng horrid diseases upon your children and children's
! children to tho third and fourth generations, but be
positively s ire to drive every vestige of the disease
from your s>stom at once, by taking LAWRENCE'S
tiffi- It has been remarked by a celebrated medical
writer, "that if Syphilis and its effects could be stopped
half of the diseases that now afflict the human family
would disappear "
tiffi- This valuable medicine is pleasant-to the taste,
has u delightfn 1 odor, and is not in the least injurious.
tiffi- For sale by all 1 ruggists, and
KIM & CASSIDEY,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, S. 0.
?3-BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.???
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER
PLAIN AtfD ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES. GAS
FITTING A?D PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TENDED TO. No. 116 KING-STREET,
August 31 Betwoen Broad and Queen
ri, IB O IP IB IST IUST Gr
I Stoney & Wiltberger.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT
HIS OL? STAND,
Nb.&!77 King street,.
And thankful for past favors, he hopea that by bia
hitherto strict attehUon.and great care exercl??d In bia
business, that he wfll continu? in receive the patronage
o Jhis frieaas and the publio; and he hopes that when
h!s old country friends pay a visit to the city, that they
Will not forget No. 277 KING STREET. .
HIS STOCK ia all fresh and selected personally with
GBEAT CARE itom the best importing Houses in NEW
YORK and the LABORATORY IN PHILADELPHIA.
: P. S.-H1B intention1 Is "SHALL PROFIT AN
QUICK RETURNS." " , 'P^p;
J. R. WlLTBilEGEE,
September 14 imo No. 277 King street
E. H. KELLERS' & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PIIIN,) .
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 181 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOOR NORTH OF MARKET '
WOULD INFORM TH38? PUBLIO THAT THEY HAVE
on hand a KU assortment of. DRUGS, MEDICINES
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, BO APS, BRUSHES, PBS?
FUMES Y and FANCY GOODS, and are prepared to
supply physicians and private families at cheapest mtv.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D. ;..H. BABB, M. D.
July 19 - ! . '
Ho. 288 King-street.
No. 2^8 King-street,
FOURTH DOOR ABOYE MAEKET-ST,,
Oharieston, S. C.
, .Hf.. . ' ' .' v
N. A. PRATT, "I 0. W. WILSON. f P. B. WTLBOlS,
Chemist to late ' Graduate ol
O. S. Nitre ind Phils. College
Mining Bu- .' of Pharmacy, 4
reas. .... v Chemist to uti
J - O S Ord. Dept.
The Proprietors are Native Georgians. ,
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DES. RAOUL & LYN AH
HATE RECENTLY REOBITED A LABOE STOCK Of
BRUGS, SOAP, PERFUMERY' AND PROPRU
TARY AND FANCY ilETIOLFJ, which they ?fier it
Wholesale and .Retail. They vi cali call special atten?
tion to the foliewljig ?
OLIVE OIL ; Medicine Chests (Pla? .
Flax Seed (ground) Medicine Chests (shij
Camphor Spirits Lavender
Opium , . ;, Phosphoric Add
Cotton Wadding Tannio Add
Pnlv. Opium Rosin Ointment
Pnlv. Liquorice Mercurial Ointment.
July 28 .
BOO O?r- K E IB IP IB ?R ,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Collections promptly attended to
OFFICE COR, BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BOOKS WRITTEN UP, ERRORS DETECTED, BILLS
MADE OUT, and all kii.ds of WRITING.
". ?' . . ALSO,
Instruction glvon )ln PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING
I and Businoss generally, at moderate prices.
September 25 3m03
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
(FOKMERLT COJpAE'f NEB OF J, E, ADQER Si GO.),
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE, CUT?
LERY, GUNS, AND AGRICULTURAL
. . IMPLEMENTS,'
i NO. 310 KING ST., THIRD DOOR BELOW SOCIETY,
CHABLEBTON, 8. 0.
October 1 . . t I 8mos
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
No. 527 KINO-STREET,
OKABLBST?'N, S. C.,
The latest issues of the press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods doliveredor lox.
warded by Mall or Express, . . ,.
All CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to,
. WHOLE6ALS AND BETAU DEALEB IS
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
At Noi HAJJ KINO-STREET, Charleston, S.Oi
AT NEW YORK PRICES.
?rYorkv?le naper copy for two months, and tesl
W>tctau mm?. . '"'_* '
LOMBARD Si CO.,
AND IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
NO 13 LEWIS, AIsD NO. 9 T WHARP,
"Advances mada on Consignments of Rico and Cotton
'Vefermfcesfby permission: To Messrs. JAMES AD GEE .
* no Mtssrs. STREET BHOTHEBS & Co., Charleston, 8>.
Qt 6mos* October 1