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FRIDAY MORNINGjNOVEMBER 9,1860.
VA 1U0178 ITK218.
(?reat agitation prevails in Athona.
Southern Kansas ia growing cotton with success.
Two shilling bank notos aro to bo issued at
A Now York court dccidOB that cash means
A wealthy planter of Mississippi ?B at Now York
rging emigrants to go South instead of Weat.
Twonty rabbit? introduced into Australia in 1859,
ayo yielded 50,000 head for consumption.
Cuba has purchased two monitors of tho United
tatos for $1,000,000.
Victoria has 13tted np an elegant nmoking room
>r her servan lu,
Sinco th<? closo of tho war marriages havo in
roascd at the rato of 55 tj} cent.
A man in Port I ml, who had fourteen stores
umod at tho lato Uro, has cloven of thom rebuilt.
Faahionablo morriagos in Now Yorkheop Drown,
lo dandy sexton of Uraco Church, ne busy as a
Threo-fourtha of the Philadelphia Lodger is
wnod by brokers in thai oi'.y.
The merchants of Now York aro to oxtond relief
? tho ouflcrers at Quebec.
A littlo item of three miles of solid rock yet ob
truots tho Hoosac tunnel.
Matilda llor?n Stoopol lias contributed $5000
rorth of very old loco to tho St. Louis Sou thurn
Naudini'B salary at tho Parie opera is 110,000
Michigan is blcssod with dooks of wild turkoys.
"horo'll bo war al mg tho whole lino next month.
In tho jail nf Ronnmalaor County ihoro aro five
ri80nors charged with murder.
Tho widow of "Old John Brown" ?B receiving aid
rom England-not Now England.
Tho Bishop of Pennsylvania says that England
i not only tho mother of nations but oleo of
The Lewiston, Mo., Journal-an enterprising,
parkling paper-publishes births as well as mar
iages and deaths.
A distinguished London physician has boon
Ting for twonty years on ono moal a 11 ay, and on
>ya the best of health.
An impudent writer classifies American brides as
'sentimental, speculative, anxious, accommod?t
ig, unrosisting and inquisitivo."
General Neal Dow got into hot water when ho
old the English working mon that thoy wore very
Lifforent from tho workitigmen of Amonca.
Tho Now Bodford Mercury morcurially inquires
rhat effect tho death of tho Tycoon will havo upon
A hopeful young lawyer saya that any young
idy who possesses one thousand acres of land pro*
enta eumoient grounds for attachment.
Ono of the Manchester atoam firo engines is going
o tho Great Exhibition, accompanied by a brass
A Paris doctor (an American by birth) with an
acomo of $100,000 per annum, is continually em
arrassod on account of tho oxtravnganco of his
A New Orleans lady lately rocoivod by the same
nail a lettor from tho summit of tho Rocky Moon
bins and anothor from New Zealand.
At the prosont moment the language and litera
nre of ono-third of tho human raco (tho Chinese)
oBBosa an expositor in but one university, and
bat of recent creation.
The Tolodo Blade thinks tho real soldiers of the
onntry could be better represented in Paris than
lythe Now York Sevonth-any old regiment that
aw threo years service would do it.
Fourteen Governments in tho centre of Russia,
nth a population of 25,000,000 inhabitants, aro al
aos t without food for man or boast-result of idlo
loua and drunkenness.
The Paris Siede thinks that fnrthor opposition i
in the part of President Johnson to the progress i
if American reconstruction under tho oonstitu- i
ional amendment would bo "unwise and big with
be most deplorable consequences."
It is estimated at the Treasury Department that ,
ibout ono-third of the entire number of Assessors
Ad Collectors of Internal Revenuo have boen ro
?o ved since tho adjournment of Congress.
We have received from the American News Oo.
Vol. I of "Tho life of Simon Bolivar. Liberator
if Colombia and Peru, Father and Founder of
Solivia, carefully written from authontio and nn
lubiished documents, by Dr. Larrazabal, with
iwo accurate portraits on steoL" It is copy-right
id in New York, and forma an octavo of close bat
egiblo print. It takes a wide survey of South
american Independence, and is written in a HOIUO
?vhat enthusiatic and interactional vein, "It is a
lifficult task to compend?ate tho lives of heroes,
much more that prodigy Among mortals-Simon
Bolivar ! How oncloso in limita, vastnoss ? How
walyzo in the crucible so many virtues, refined
from the spirit of God, who bad dostincd that go
ni us for tho redemption of a world? To write the
ifo of Bolivar-honorablie undertaking-arduous
ichiovomont." So begins the work, ana the author
tina little respect for his predecessors in tho writ
ing of this one life; M. E. Monglaue. who fur
nished a life for tbo French Conversations-Lexi
con, boing sorely taken to task for his derelictions.
Hie prosont volurao begins with Bolivar's birth in
1783 (taking in ono chapter, however, a retrospect
ive view of tho colonial vassalage of tho South
American States), and comes down to tho creation
of Colombia in 1819. The author writes with
Southern fervor, and is impressed with the digni
ty of bia subject, and ho seems to have made ex
tended preparations for his encompassing the his
torical limita of his thorne. Tho portrait of Boli
var, facing tho title, represents a not very pleasing
bice above tbo bespangled uniform of a general.
? ? ?
It is difficult to tell, at this distance, what ia the
actual condition of affairs in Poland. There is
very little reliance to bo placad in the statements
received through Russian sources, and it is very
difficult to know whether or not the accounts givon
by Pob'eh sympathizers aro or are not overdrawn.
One thing only is certain, and that is that tho Rus
sian oppression ia intolerable and the sufferings of
the Poles extreme. Tho Courrier des Etats Unis
published some extracts from La Presse, a portion
of which wo givo:
"A young Russian officer arrived at Vuna with
dispatches for Mouravioff. 'Toll me,' Baid tho
General to him, 'aro you armed'/ If not, toko this,'
handing him a pistol. 'Shoot tho first man von
meet on the Btreet. You will bo euro to have killed
an enemy of Russia.' The officer dined with tho
General's Bta?' and thoir friends. Tho party was
large and wine was drunk freely. After dinner the
officer left with four comrades. 'You do not ask,'
said one of thom, 'how we amuse oursolves after
drinking. Como and you will soo.' They walked
on, and presently reached a largo shod, from which
a horriblo stonch issued. By the light of a lantern
which was placed on a hogshead, tho officer dis
tinguished a hundred corpses of young men, almost
all elad in tho garments of persons in easy circum
stances. They wore thrown together indiscrimi
-. iiatcly, cut or ?hot, or with broken skulls. All bad
thoir wrists tied. Thoy were Polish prisoners, who
had been assassinated by the officers of General
Mouravioff's staff after leaving the table.
This m the amusement at Vuna. On ono occa
sion a Govomor wa. attack? d on tho street by a
young mon. with light hair. By order of Mour
avioffall the men with light hair were arrested. As
each ono was brought forward Mouravioff asked
tho Governor if this was tho man. *I only kn iw,'
he io lied, 'that ii was a man with light hair.'
'Hang this ono,' sa d tho General. Six mon wore
hanged. The seventh declared that ho waa tho
?uilty person. A poor widow applied, on her
noes, to Mouravieif for par.;on for hor Bon. Ho
. was very young, and had boon dragged, abo said.
^ into tho itruurroction. 'Como to-morrow,' said
^ Mouravioff, 'you shall havo him. Sho carno ;
Mouraviofi kept kio word, but ho bad banged him
How THE SECURITIES AUK A??ECTBD.-Tho Ham
ilton (C.,W.) Sj.eclaloresiyB: "The late rapid de
cline in United Slates securities in England has
excited considerable surpriso." Whon wa road tho
incendiary speeches of tbo radical loadors, however,
thoir open tliroata of civil war, and fixed determi
nation to regard tho Son thorn States as conquered
. provinces and not ao a portion of a restored Union,
wocan scarcoly woidcr at this declino. Until tho
difficulty at prcsout oxi?tiijg between tho President
?nu the Congress is aottled, oomluonco cannot uo
tncxi .. .:..,_...; n i?..:. .;.' I *
expected to revive. Capitalists will not care to in
vest tnciv money in a country so torn by political
differences and unsettled by political uneasmosB.
Wo learn that investments in United States seoni i
ties havo almost ceaaod, not only in London, but
also in Frankfort, tbo quotations ooing almost en
tirely nominal. At tho samo timo, all other securi
ties maintain their prices. Austrian included,
which aro doomed moro worthy of confideuco than
those of tho American republic. Tho coiiBoquonco
of tho declino in American securities in Europo
will, in duo course of time, bo a corresponding do
prosni'ju in tho States, couplod with a depreciation
m tho currency, aud consequent riso in tho prico
of gold. And all this is tho result of tho bluster
ing vaporing of tho Radical party, their constantly
reiterated throats of war with Great Britain, and
thoir evident determination to provont any rocon
ciliation of tho advorso parties ni tho States."
as; AWAi ililli 61'KG'iAUUlbt?. -Uhi bkiv
uad? eew, without Spectacle?, Doctor or Medi?me
-'?mphlet mailed tra? on receipt ol toa cent?. Adare??
t. B. VtXKBK. M. IX, Ne. ?TO Broadway. New York.
V o vom li ?r 9
*?-ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HU
?IAN EYKH made to ord-T aad Inserted by On. ?
tiAUOH and P. OOU0ELMANN (formerly employed b>
toiBsomtXAO, of Parla), No. 600 Broadway. New Verk
aW OOLGATE'B HONEY SOAP.-THIS ?ELE
tJBATKD Toil?? Soap, In snell outrer??! demand
. made from the choice?? material?, U oatid and
. mol lion ?in Un natara, fragrantly ?ctnitil, am!
extremely bmraoial in lu notion opon tbo akin. Vor
.?le by al) Druggists and Eanoy Gooda Dealer?.
'ehruery 1 _Iy>
mar MAHRIAGK AND OELIBAO?, AN ESSAY
.>) Warning and lD?ractton lor Youag Men. Alao,
Dlsreeos aail Abnaee whioh proatrate UM vital powera,
?Uti care mean? o( relict, Best free of oborge lu sealed
iett?r envelopes. Addrres Dr. i. BhUXIN HOUGH
TON, Howard Aiuoclat'om, Philadelphia, Pa.
mw ITCH i rroH i ITOH I NOBATUBI
-IOBATOH! 80BATOH1 WHBATON'B OINTMBN1
?111 care tbo Itcb In 48 boara. Alco cana jBali Bbeum,
nicer?, Obillilalna, ?nd all Eruptions of ?be Skin. Prie?
vi cent?. Var aala by all druggists. By ?ending 6i>
rent? to WEEKb A POT7KB. Sole Agent?, 170 Wanhing
ton street Boston, It will bo forwarded bj mall, iree o
postage, to any port of UM United Bute?.
June 4 elmo*
M-MUSIO BOOKS.-BAHBINre 20 MELODxO
i-XKHCi8ta. ID form of Helfrggio'a. for Bopran? ?nd
Mwwo-Koprano vices, intended aa piodie? to acquire
tho art of Bli ging, by OARLO BA8bI.NI. J Book?, eaob
'?lAvunmi'B 0ALJS7 HEJUOS, a collection of Bier
cinea fur atrenglbenlng, isj'iniuing and acq ii*li g flexi
bility of fingert K Iff PKANCIH H. ?HIIWN, Morn
me' did by OoTWeaAnx, BAMJUI, ead ?there. Ifriee
All the latest and b?#tpabUest<nns oC JNBTBUMEN
TAL AND VOCAL MU Bl J published by
Vf?. HAU. ft Ni>N.
No. MS Urneitwiy. Pew Ina.
Munie sent hv mall noatn?id on reoel.it oi w-tv
.!.? *.??<? Oh .
"A ?mile was on bee Up-health ni 1B bax took
strength waa In be* step, and in her band?- Puurr*
A few bottle? Of P^AXTATIO? BlTTBJM
W1U cure Nervous Headache
.. Cold Extremities and Feverish Up?.
? Boor MiinKch and Eetlrt Breath.
'< Flatulency and Indigestion.
.? Nervous AfleoUoee.
.. Xxceaalve Fatigii n and Short Breath.
M Tain over the Area.
?. Mental Despondency.
?. Pru*tratii>u; rinwt Woalraesa.
" Ballow Complexion, Weak Bowel?, Ac
Which are the ervidmioe of
LIVKSI COMPLAINT AND D?HPEP8IA.
It la estimated that cevon-tentht of all adnlt ?liment?
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
?iocretlona of the liver o rat flowing into the ??omach pot?
?on the ?ntire system and exhibit the ?bore symptoms.
After long ntatareh, we ?re able te present the mott
-erna? kable core for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world baa overproduced. Within one year or or ?li
sundrtnl and forty thon ?and persona have t*k. u tbe
PLANTATIOH Bmx??, and not au tuite noo of complaint
aan come to onr knowledge I
Ii i? ? mnet effiactoal toni? and agr?oablo ?ttmnlant,
ml ted to all conditions of Uta.
Tbe report? that it relio? upon mineral tabea noon for
ita acttrn properties, ?re wholly fane. Vor the satis
i action of tbe public, and that psMenta may consult
their physician?, we append ? lia? of ita component?
OAUBAYA I.AHI.-Celebrated ter over two hundred
year? in tbe treatment of Fever ??4 Ague, D< spepsla,
Weakness, eto It was introducto into Europe by the
Oonut-na. wife of the Viceroy oi Pern, io 1040, and
tfterwarda sold by the J emit a far tai emormumt pri?e ej
its ?um weight in silaer, ander the name of Jesuit** Pmc
dert, ana waa finally made pnblie by Louis XVI King
if Kranoe. Humboldt make? eapeelal reference to it?
febrifuge qualities daring bU South American tra vein.
OASOABUXA BAUX-For d lanka?, colic and dieeeset
oi th? atoinaeh ?nd bowed?.
DAXBXUOX-For inflammation of tbe loin? ?nd drop
OBAKOUIUC PiiOwxM-Por enfeebled di*, nation.
Lavxxnxx Pnowxna-AromaUo, ?Umi?antxnd tonto
blgbly liivlgoratlag in nervous dobi!It?.
Wnrrxnanxxi?-For ?erufal?, rbexmaUsm, etc
ANIBX-An aromatlo carminative; creating flesh,
mnadoand milk; mnob naed by mothers nursing.
Also, clore-buo.t, orange, csitaway, eonAnder, anale
Another wond-rful ingredient, of gre?? nee among
ih? 8 pan la H la di oa cf.south America, Importing beauty
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, 1? yet un
known to the oom meroo of tho world, asd we withhold
ita name for the present.
Bocatera, ?. Y , December SB, 1801.
Mesar?. P. B. DKAXB ft Oo.-I bave been ? great auf
rerer from Dyapeoaia for three or lour years, and bad to
?bandon my profetaV n. Abont three months awo 1
riba the PlantaUon Bilkers, and to my great joy I am
no? uesirly a well max. I have recommended them in
several cate?, UM), a? far ?a I know, always with ?fgxaj
benefit. I am, retpeetfntty your?.
Bev. 3. A UATHOBN.
PBOJonuniiA, ich Month, nth Day, 180X
RBSVBOTXB faxxun:-My dangbter has been muob
oeneAttud by the nae of thy Plantation Bitter?. Tbou
wilt ?end me two bottle? mora.
Thy friend, ASA CUBBXN.
B-?UM HOCSB. Cnifuoo, IlL.
P.bruary 11, IftU.
HMMMk P- H. DBAXB A OO.t-P)ra?eeead ?ant
twain ?MM of your .'lantatloo Bitter?. An o morning
appetleor, they appaar to nave ?aparaeded ererytlung
?lee, and are greatly esteemed.
Your?, ao, Q?0B A WAITE.
Arrangement? are now completed to i.npply any de
mand for Uti? ?rUole, which ha? net heretofore been
The public may rest assured that in tocase will tbe
. orftx-Uy pure standard oi tbe PLANTATIOK iirrrKao be
lepartod from. Beery bottle bean tkt fat-iimite of our
mnialure on o steel plait tnfrut^i?, are U etornat be gen
Any prrion preten?ing to tell f LAHTATIOX Bnrxn? in
>rulk or by ike gallon it a avrindler ama intimster. Heu ?tv
.if rtJOlei bottles. See that our Privat* Stamp is Utiui
riLATxo over every cork.
?old by all Drngglats, Orooe? and Dealer? throaghom
P. & DRAKE & CO.. Nsw York.
(.ADlESDfiSiRlM A SMOOTH, UL?Ab
t VM?KNSk ??ci ^x
MAB MO BQ?AJ? YOB FBB8BBVW? AHD JI?AD3
TINO THE <lOMPL.KX.TOU AND SKIN.
Sold by Druggist? every where
Depot No. 7? Fulton-?treet Nsw Vor?.
EINa ft 0AS8IDEY. Affentfl.
i* la.-ryil. ?JuidltiO ? U -lt< b*1? .'. i .
'i .>?*.-'.-. <- ,.VfA,' .': .f." ' * '
G?-iuto-, mm\ & tu,
HAVE OON8TAKTLY ON HAND
A LARGE bTOCK
RAILB0?0, STEAMBOAT & SAW MILL
STEAM ENGINE8 AND SAW mm
SAR AND 8HEKT IRuN
J?*__T AND SPRING STEEL
LOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL ^ COMOTm
OILS AND AXLE OREASE
O?M AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, HHIP AND OUT SPIKES, Ac
EVANS A WATSON'S FIRE AND BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES, Ac, &??.
..--lilli*., ??MKLI?V & CO.,
N0. 150 MEETING STREET.
C. K. HUGEB,
No. 187 MEETING-ST.
CIIAIILKSTON. B. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE A STATION ART ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS. GRIST MILL?
MILL AND OIN BANDS
GILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, ?o
'LATFORM, COUNTER AND W^RJ.
OTTON PICKERS, Ac, Ao.
SOT Represented by Meair*. IL S. JESSUP b OO.,
TUE INGERSOLL PRESS STANDS DNIU*
VALUED FOR CONVENIENCE, ECONO
MY, CHEAPNESS, AND RA
PIDITY OF WORK.
IT CAN BE WORKED WITH TWO ORFOTJB HANDS,
AND WILL TORN OUT FROM TWENTY TO
THIRT. BAL? 8, OF FIVE HUNDRED FOUNDS
KA dil. PER ?.AY.
The Press csn be worked either alongside or nndei
the Qinnioft Room, and thus ho under cover and worked
In eil kinds of weather. It welshs twothonasnd pounds;
can be very readily brokttn apart and carried shorn thi>
i-ou u try.
On exhibition end for ssle st
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store,
_sro. i?40 'i__:_BK-rii^a*-?x-,
C-tAJiLKSTUN, 8. O.
INDIA RUBBER .GOODS.
-Isnnfftcti-rer of and Dtaltr In ?very description of
.IN MA RITBBEft GOODS,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
KO. ?7 MAIDEN LA-MO,
NEW Y O _R K .
BURNETT, BfcINNlS & EARL,
Moe, 36 & 38 WMtotiall-Btre.t,
t, B. BURNBTT... .M. MclNNIH. ?. ?B. O. FA III,.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCE* MADE ON OONSION
SPFOI AL ATTENTION PAID TO TOB BALK OF O OT
TO?. NAVAL ST. iRHU, ?Lie. end the purchase ?f
irJ__v.NiATi_RrtUPFL,Bi>, iau>* t#Jloo_r-V
SIMILI* SUIILIBUS CCKANTUR.
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE EXPR.
RIENOK, ?n entire success : Simple-Prompt-KID
ilent mid Rellsble. They aro the only medidnos per
octly sdspted to popular use-so simple thst mlsianei
isnnot bo ni a.''o lu nsing them; so bannie?* nu to lu
roe from danger, and so efficient an to be always reUs
.le. Th? y have raised the highest commendation Iron
ill, and will always reudor satisfaction.
Va. 1, cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.. 21
*. 2, " Worms Woroi-Fovor, Worm-Oolo.. 2f
" V, " Crying Colic, or Teething of In
'. 4, " Diarrhoea of Ohlldren or Adults.... at
*? 6, " Dysentery, Griping, Dtlious Coila.. It
.* 0, " Choie a. Morhus, Nauuea, Vomit
.. 7, " CongthH, Colds, Rmnohitls.
" 8, " M vu tu Igln, Toothn.-ho, Paoeaohe.. 36
.. 9, " II-u?lu<ih-H,Sick Balache, Vertigo.. 2t
" 10, " Jlyup-pxla, nilloilH Htomscti.
" 11, " RiipprcHHfil, or P.Infill l'erlr. <m.
" li, " Whlt-s. too profnse perti?ds. ?U
" l8. " Crimp, Cough, Difficult Rresthing.. 37
" 14, " Hall ltheum. Er? s pn*4R, Eruptions. 21
" 10, " Rhtiaaaa-ai'Sia, RhoUlnntlo I'ilUB... 3/
" 10, " Krvrr uuil Ague, OhUl lover,
.. 17, " PU?, Hlliul or ulcorlln?. fti
.. l8, " Op? balmy, and Sore ur Weak Eyes. 6?
'. 19, " Can.--it. Acute or Chroma, Influ
'. 30, *' Whunpliig Cnngh, Violent Oougha M
"(31, " Aiilimu, Oppr-ssed fireathing.. 6?
" 23, - Kar Ohchargcii, Ixup-lred Hear
'. 39, " Bcrofuln,. Enlarged Glsnds, BweU*
.. 2*. .. General Debility, PhyMcal Weaknoss t>
u 25, " Dropsy and Scanty Secrettoas... (M
" 38, " Ben siomi-sa, Slokness irom Rid
" 37, " Khlni-y Dtsests?, Oravel. 64
" 38, '? Nervous Ua-binty. St-mlnsl Emis
sions, Involuntary l_oa_rgea.l.Dt
'. 39, " Bore Mouth. Canter. CK
" 80, " Orluai-y Innuntlnrjnce, Wetting
" 81, " Pa I it fur Periods, even vrlth
Npuir .. St
" 83, " BufTer.atgs at Change of Lfe.l.Ot
" 88, " Kuttep-y, hp-sms,-t. Vttus'Dsnoe.LtX
- 04. " ?Olpthvrla, Ulcerated fiore Treat.... M
If rials, morocoo cane and book.,$10.oi
JO large vials, in morocoo, and book. e.tx
to large vials, plain case, and book. d.vi
1? boxes (hoe. I to 16), and book..... 8.01
-shoe-any cases, 10 vials.$10.?
tinglo vlaia, wl h directions. 1.01
?irThoso remedies, by the case or single hex, art
tent to any part of the country, by Mall or Express, fire?
if charge, on receipt of the price. Address
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE COMPANY.
OflJoe and Depot No. 663 Broadway, New York.
Dr. Ho-rran-TH Is oonsuited dolly at his o?ioe, por
.coally or toy letter, as above, for ah forms o? disease.
KING & CASSIDEY,
W. A. HKIUMC.
A.. JT. ItCK-hA CO.. Retail Agents,
No. 381 EIKO-HTREET, 4th door abov? Market-St
Aurll "? tntrffimo Cmn oii.rl- m-? M. n
E. H. KELLERS ft CO..
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOOR NORTH OK HARKET
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIO THAT THEY HA V t
on hand a foti assert-aant of DRUGS, J-EDIOINBI
PROPRIBrABYARTIOLES, SOAPS, BRUSHES. PER.
FUMBBY and FAIfOY GOODS, and are prepared t .
supply physicians and private famli.se at cheapest mar
E. d. HELLERS, M. D..H. BAKU, M. D
SOUTHERN EIPEESS COMPANY
Offloe No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight
Honey, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOi< AND DELITO
FREIGUT TO ANT POINT IN
THIS OTl ? FREE OF
H. B. ?PL.AWT,
President, Aturaota, Ga.
^? * _??_f_.crric_*__t_ ^4^
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Collections promptly attended to
OFFICE COR. BROAD AND OHDBOd STREETS,
OHARIiESTON, S. C.
BOOKS WRITTEN DP, ERB0R8 DETEOTBD, BILLS
MADE OUT, and all k1 ds of WRITING.
Tmtr-ctlon given in PttAOriOAL BOOK-KEEPING
ano Buslner-s generally, at mod?r?t? pri?es.
LOMBARD & CO.,
AMD IMFOBTK-UB ABO D_____8 ?
NO. l8 LEWIS, A1>D N0. 9 T WHARF,
Advaaeea ?ade on Oo_o __rjents of lUoe and Cotton
to onr address. _ __
Referenoes, by permissiont To Messrs. J_M__ ADOKB
k Oo., Mt ears. ??-KT dnoraiaa a Co., Uh_r eait'n o
_, tinios*"_Ootooer I
BOYLAN & T?ER8,
?ANOFAOTDRKBS OF, ANL WnOLFJBALE DE Al
RUB In, WHITB LEAD. ZIN0 FAIM'iB, O OLOR I*
a-M to?-IM. be ?__..?._-,-.?
Ho, 98 MAIDEN LASS.
New _or ?
Orden by mall promptly stle-dod to
B??W8TBK & BP BATT,
AtiorntjTB at IMH and Solicitor- In ?^ultj,
OFFICE NO. 8? RROAD-STKKET.
UV AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 8ft and 40 Park Kow.
ISAAC DAVEOA, )
GEORGE B. . OTTHG._I NEW TOflUb
GK-.IUU) L. MaSHN-H,)
H AVINO S?OOR?DHD TO TOT* FOIIEION OOLLBl <
TTON BUSINESS of Mein? BIRNEY. PBKr?
PISS b FLANDERS, m wUl atte-.-! to the eoReoUon i
??si due and mstort-ff claims ?troun?imt tb-Unltiia
OONVIgMIONMaVI FOB milk. THM S? AT MA.
AfiCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Stringing asi Commission Merchants.
??ORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C
A. ?etty.K. A. Homler.9. V. Sonda?.
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FACTORS, COMMISSION MERfllAIVfr
IITILI. ATTEND TO THE P?BORABK, SAU AN1
?V SHIPMENT (to Foreign And VomeaUo Portalt
lOTTON, BICK, LUMBER and NAVAL 8TORE8.
ATLANTIC W11 AilP. Charltiton, ii. O.
?. WII.L1H.A. B. OHIHOL>
RISLEY & CREIGHTON
Stopping; aid Commission Merc?anls,
IMPORTERS OP W. INDIA PRODUCE.
OOa EAST BAT AND AOOOMMODATION WHARF,
WILLIAM H. GILLILAND&SOJS
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFMCE NO. 88 HAYNK STREET.
No. 2, Comer Broad and Church sts.,
No. 7 Vauderhorsrs Wharf.
B5T* Orders ?nd consignment? of OOTTON, BICE,
NAVAL STORKS, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, ko., so
lotted_Brno_ Hoptcmher 26
KENDALL & DOCKERY,
COMMISSION MERCHAK TS
OHARLB?TON, S. O.
O. P BENDALL.Oberaw, a O.
O II. DOCKKKY.Rlobmoad County, M. C.
m*T Liberal adranoee made on Consignment?.
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
(FOB1CUX.T COPAM-KEB o? J. E. ADOBI k Co.),
IM PORTE It AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMER CAN HARDWARE, O?T
LERY, GUNS, AND AGRIGULTURAL
NO. 310 KINOST., THlttO DoOtt BELOW BOO IETT,
QH.niJunon, 8. O.
October 1 _________ Smo?
EVANS & GODBOLD,
No. lia East Bav,
OTTLO. THOMSON BBOTBXRS.
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
N. O. EVANS.T. W. OODBOLD.
BOWERS & SILCOX,
KKRS, AUCTIONEERS AM> GENERAL t
No. 127 Meeting Street, opposite tbe Market.
VN HAND CONSTANTLY t FAR l18. PLANTATIONS,
t HOUSES AND LOIN for ??le and to rent Are
spared to receive all kind? ef O JODS, WARKB AND
EROHANDINE, PHODOOE, ko, on consignaient.
lso. FD> NITDBE, HORSES. AND VEHICLES ot
fory description for ??le Will ?ino give oar special
attention to <iUT DOOR SALES 8moe September g
WUOXJMIUSM ATO WAH. DKAUES ra
iXOTHS, CASSIMEKES AND VE STING 8.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 85 Broad street,
Jnly SB 8mo? CHARLESTON, B. 0.
A. S. HULL, Agent,
8. W. GURNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
?Imm A FULL A8SOBT1IKNT OF CLOTHS, CAB
W 8IMBRK8 AND VEMTXNOS can be bad, tofietbe?
?tth ? oboioe ???ortmentaf
Gentlemen's Farnlshinp; doods.
OtNKN AND MUHLIN HHIRT8..mad? ?der, In A?
r Is that may be dcatred.
MR. JOHN T. FLYKN
will Rive bl? ?pedal a?*?' to tho
Ao anuJ. lyi June
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
I>H ILADELPH IA.
Tbe Subscribers baring loosed thl? Carori te borun, 1?
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
lud Is n?w prepared with the nost perfeei
appointment? for the reception of guests*
Tbe ?mi po?l?nu ?asong first clase Hotel? wlU b*
taefutvjoed in the tature, a? In tbe past.
Pc?tambor 3 **wm_PA wyn is F4BLKT
TBAH 0<%8 KITTK? AND PLVMB8H
1>LAIN AND ORNAMENTALv*A? k'lATUilt..-.. UA
fZ fim.>? AND PLUM ?i t eu? ost-?flL* *<.
?KNDKI> IO. AC,li? <vlN I.Si'K hf.
WXOLSAALB ABO 1?BTAIL DBALKB tW
MILLINERY \m PAM? 6003)8,,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
At Bo.?04 ?? ?N fc^STItKiKT,Charleston, ?M
AT NKW ?ORH ?Biara.
?TTMkviU? psmm aamjrf trtr r*rt> ?omit?, smA tam.
VtLttmi... -r x - .-rmrrl -
T. G. A. R
C E T. B BR A.T B D
FOB THE CUBE OP SYPHILIS IN ALL IT
THI8 EXTRAORDINARY AND TRULY VALUKABL?
Medicine is prepared ?iib tur uiuitmt skill ?ud c?r?
by a r<K"lar graduate ot Mediclue and Pbarinacy, from
tre*b SOU! BERN MEDICINAL ROOTS AND UER130,
and 1B tberefore
SO- It completely centralises tbe peouUu- HyphlMuo
poUo?, and crail leal?? ovorj particle oi tbe taint Irom
the sjstem foruver.
49* Tbts is i.ot a remed* tbat tf AY 0?IO-', baton*
tbat Di K-t sud WIi.L OURB every case wltbout failure,
wh< n taken according t>< directions.
mW NeltlK r is it a remedy to to tried, hat one th?t
bas Dcen tried sud tboronubly tected lu some of too
very worst oases of secondary and toruary Byphlli?,
and lo every case It made a complete cn' e. and gave the
sufferer . new leave o? Ule, health, strength, and happi
49** It i? now bclDg used and recommended In tbebt
private practice b\ samo of the most eminent pbysl
clauB Is the United States.
A FEW REGO Mil EN DAT IONS FHOM PHYBICtAHB
Dr?. Dnggan, Bmisn, and Utan, of Wilson, N. O.,
certiry ?that LA WHENCE'? ANlT-SYl'HlLITIO 1? aa
(ii)iciimt and valuable remedy, and that It Ins porfoim
ed remark ?ble cuna"
Dr. Blake, of Baltimore, Md., ?ay?: ?rou? remedy bl
performing truly marvllou? cn ee in tbl? city."
Dr Smith, ot Now York, writes: "1 bave fairly Mat
ed your AN n-HYl'lil LITiO to ?. bad cases ?a I otmhS
find In the city, aud in every inatauoe it made a oom*
|)let .. and rapid core. It realty aeems to posses? aim DO*
' ' m*T We conld procure nnmber? ot oertlQcatoa from
patients, bnt of oonrao delloooy would forbid tbomfrom
signing tiiolr foU names; bnt certificat?*? are of ?ruait Im
portance any bow, as a fair trial will oavmoe Um moat
sceptical of tbe rt?l merita of tbe Medicine.
READER, STOP ! PAUSE ! THINE !
Have yen ever tx?*n ?fleeted with RyphUia in any ot
its f TuiB? If ao, do not ran tbe fpnrinl risk of t-ntsifc
In? bomd dfeasce upon your cbtldreu and children'?
mlldrcn to tin- tbird and fourtb iteuoratlou? bat be
positively ?are to drive every vea'ig? of the d ses?e
fr<>m your s Mtcm at once- by taklug LAWBSNCK'S
mST It baa > ron remarked by a celebrated mea****
writer, 'that If Hyphilie and its ?Sect? ??aid bes-opped
balf of the disease? tbat now aflilet tbe human family
wonld disappear "
dar Tbia valuable medloine ia pt ?ant to Out tasto,
bss a delightfn I odor, and ia not IB tbe least injurious
dar For ?al? by all i ru^giala, ?ad
KING & CASSIDEY,
Ka 1*1 UXETEMO 8TPEET,
Charleston. 8. O.
JOS-BBWARB OF IMITATIONS.-??
September 10 ,
Bz Bsomo tbe ?BgyptlAa loam," T^nyaotfa
? .Chorante*" beoom? nothing bwtworthle?? Voalttm;
he bad given tb?m Pnuin'i glorien? Perfume from Uto
.ame beautiful flower, thoy would baw beoome UMBU
and BUUAMT gentlemen, ?ad their wire?, ujnxa.
A? VHKOEHT WAILMDE1? ntttttto to tbe aarj as UM
polished Parian marble to the touch i as tbe at?rate?
.tar to tbe sight, ?a is Pmara'? exquisito Parfais?? a?
EOTPTTA? LOTUS to tbe smell.
Au. BKAX. nsAor? la allied to religion, ?wea attbonob
it only ?pprooobea the truth. It maa this tnstinot
that made tbe Hindoo? wear tb? KormAw Loros la
their mythological procession?: bat Pusn, in bia aa
uaioo? manna from that flower, baa surpamed tb?
NATtraE. meowBM, 1? the ?nbsbratam ot ?U; bot
man, by refining on it, make? himself her abaeiut* ?a?
porior, ?a witness, Rossini, in hi? manipulation otoaaam,
forest ?ad bird nimio, tmd Fanny, ia bl? Eomua
Tana i? A OBXA* NEAL OP CAHT ?boat whloh I?
beat, the useful or the be&nllfaL Tbat only 1? iaa batst
that unrraa Bora, sa Paaaax baa dose ia bl? tamrrsum
MmaoBiuo, tb? wonderful French Otato?, ?hau
dying, aaked for tbe odor of flower* If ho waa Urina.
O, bow eloquent would ba be ovar FaaaaVa Bomui
"DOTNO FtowTCoa, mata nowra? I" cried the de.
llghtfnl Mr?. Doman?. A distinguished Amerioui
Poetes? baa ?early finished a ?ong on tb? perfection 91
lb? Floral KmaDOK, Pnowt's Eaxntaa Lorva.
A? BaaaT OLA* in oloqussoo; ?a Blondell ia pelntla?;
a? Hut io ?calptot?; a? Bonner io newapapordomj as
Spear ia mining; ?a Parham in Rartb Faoiflo railroad
ing, ao America'? besutlfal ?ad refined women ?ay,
FeitMay ia ia hi? Harsrum Lons.
MSd & CASSIDET,
No. 151 Meeting street.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & B?tail Dealer?
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, K3PO,
. s Bay llinO>BTHBB\f,
?HABLESTON, O. O...
fka totoat ttamsm of Uw v ram? ilWMM am band.
tMtaamsaMt-ttit, nt-Mimd and ttoodt ->?lu-<iredoi loa>
jttnad D> l?bil av Bxvt??ft.
Au UAOM iM-attsatu +IM ?? trosaftmy aoenaaa.?.
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