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SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1860.
I T A Ii V P R E E .~"
nr DAVID l'l.usro.
?'tS?? S?tlie shores of the noa ;
? writici'aiid sung to the fire of their paget.
A i it kin.II. d mid flashed ou tho night of tho n?cfl,
Are ful?Ucd, M her VW**? declared they should be.
TJIP -rro- ?ii Toolon no longer remains
To IWtoS and thrlvo tra tl'o wealth of her plains :
Henceforth no barbarian borden ?hall invado hor, .
Kohl Harban**?* ?'tempt to degrade her ;
Forever is broken tlw 1'oworl that botrayed her
To Ilia Insolent, crocl, tyrannic Crusader,
Who ?l.ui..lilercd her people aud bound her wilh chains.
Tim ?word of tho Onelpli and tho floreo OhibeUlno
All red with lui' bleed no'cr again shall bo Boon ;
No mer.- B1I?1I abo welter In civU commotion,
Nor nick with hor feuds, Uko tho storm-beaten ocean ;
Bnt tbo scroll of her glory ?ball name, with dovotlon
Her Bing ai:d her ?talesmen, her boroca botwecu ;
Wlioeo wisdom and valor tbo Uapsburg expelled
From tho sod that tho hand of his tyranny held ;
Gavo back to Venetia hor freedom and glory.
Which on? were tho bunion of tong and of story,
Er? tbo Austrian's sword, all-dovouring and gory,
Drenched in blood her fair fields and her liberties knelled.
Italia shall honor Emannol, her king ;
To th? bravo Garibaldi, hor tributo shall bring ;
Cialdlnl.hcrchiof, Bbopnauuvuwn with her blessing,
l?co?ioll roward with her lovo and caressing,
Whllo her bards, the fresh Aros of young freedom pos
The praise of her Uvo and dead heroes sboU sing.
Her tt?toamas, her army and bravo volunteers
Havo redeemed her fair land from oppression and toars ;
Dispollod is tho night of Its dire desolation,
Romovcd Is tho scourgo of grim v: -t'a devastation,
Restored to its ancient renown H iho nation,
To Uve and move on with tho map h of tho years.
Her patriots and boroes of srr H agono
Mocchiavclli and Dante, and all-sholl look down
From their places celestial, with rapturo beholding
Their country's now Ufo in its grandeur unfolding.
As It takes on tho forms of sweet Libortv's moulding,
And they seo tho last star placed In Italy's crown.
Her skios shall glow brightly, hor birds sing with glee,
Her fields bloom in boauty, nnblasted to be ; .
Her poople no longer with sadness and sighing.
Shan mourn for thoir land, but with freedom -undying,
In tho joy of their triumph, sbaU over bo crying,
Italia I Italia! ItiUat is fren I
From the baso of tbo Alps to tho shores of tho sea 1
?Fridorick I., Emperor of Germany, surnamod Borba
TOHBo, invaded Italy in tho twelfth century, desolating her
soil and subluga?ng bor peoplo.
ITTio Papal power crowned Barbarossa without tho con
sent of the Ronato and Roman peoplo, causing mutiny
mid much bloodBhcd.-TY. T. Evening Post.
SPOONEY BUTLER ON THE STUMP.
How lie -?vas Received I>y tbe Gothamites.
A Radical congressional ratification mooting
waa held in tbo City Hall Park Satnrday, at which
General IIIRAV WALBMDOB presided. A largo
crowd collected, drawn together mainly by tho
fact that General BuTLitn waa advertised to apeak.
The ecene of confusion that ensued the moment
the Beast showed himself on tbo stand, waa in
describable. Crie? of "8poonB," "Pat him oat,"
"How are yon, cockevo?" "We don't want to hear
yon," mingled with groans and biases which com
pletely drowned the cheers of tbo friends of the
meeting, carne from all sides, bnt more especially
from the Bteps of the City Hall. The police, under
Captain BBACEBTT, used almost superhuman ef
forts to restore order, but notwithstanding some
doion or twenty arrests were made the uproar
still continued. Finally, after waiting quietly for
the noise to subside, the General attempted to
make himself heard by thdse who were in oloso
proximitv to the platform. He began by saying :
YELLOW CITIZENS-The leane is now before BP,
whothir the men-(Cries of "J?poonB," "spoons")
* -who by force and fraud sought to overthrow
the country shall rule it- (Hisses and groans and
BO much confusion that Butler stopped speaking).
Billy Wilson, of the tirut ward.-Never mind
thom, General, they will bo taken care of. There
will bo sumo broken heads hero in a few mo
Yoioe on the platform, encouraging the speaker.
-Go on, General. Tboy aro only copperheads.
(Omans, and cries of "Pat him ont.")
General Butler.-I said the issue before us was
whethor the mon who by force and fraud eonght
to overthrow the couutry shall control ii s glorious
destiny. (Groans, and three cboers for John T.
Hoffman, which wero followed by three cheers for
"Ben Butler" Irom around the platform )
General Butlor (coolly picking bia teeth with a
golden tooth pick, and looking qaite complacently
upon the crowd ]-Very well, you havo taken
yonr time and I will take mine.-(Crios of good,
A voice.-"Threo cbcorB for Gov. Fenton," re
sponded to hy mingled cheers and groanB.
Hit l8 HTBUCK WITH AN APPLE.
General Butler-When tbia war waB closed,
(cri?e of "apuoua, ') whoa the last rebol in the
Bouth had t-urroudt-rsd
At this juncture, somo one in the crowd threw
an apple at ibu speaker with uocrring pre iaion,
striking him fair m the abdominal region, and
bringing tho ?peech to rather an abrupt termina
tion. Tin? incident created a good deal of t-xcite
m-nt on til-- platform, out when Butler took the
fruit in hie band and coolly commenced eating it,
and bowed to hie autagouidt as though bo bad
jost been the recipient of a favor instead of an in
fult, he brought the bunao down, and for a mo
ment thore waa a better feeling in the crowd. But
it WHB only fur a moment. Again tho indignation
of tbo ci o.vii broke forth in cheers for Hoffman
and groans fur Butlor. Five minutes probably
elapsed during which time General Butler con
tinned eating his apple and waiting for an oppor
tunity to bo heard.
ONCE MOUE TO TUB B3EACH.
General Butler (strxining his voice to the ut
most au a H to be heard)-Hine? I bavo been stand
ing here, f. li .w-citizona, I could not help remem
bering how mnon quieter these fellows (pointi-g
to the ciowd on the Oi'.y Hall steps) were in 1864,
when, instead of having a traitor at tho bead of
tho government they bad an honest and tru?
pairiot, ami troon this city was under the control
of a magistrate who culd control it.
Beie tu? ro waa aimtiier ontbnrat of indignation
and crios of "?poona," "spoona," wore board on
ah ?ide*, wiudtug up witu tbrco cheere for Hoff
Voico on tho platform-Go on, Goneral.
Gin<ml Builer-Ob, it is no nee. They will tire
by and by, I euppuxo. I am not a Prestdont or a
Vice-rrfsid nt, that I want to pander o tbe vii?
pri-jti.ticos of an angry crowd. Cries of "Spoons,"
apooii?," ?un home," and lond groans ?till iu
torrnptcd tho speaker. It was now half-past three
o clock, ami tho speaker had twou fully twenty
miuntoa iu cn loavoring to obtain an audience
THE Orr. SITION OET Ur A MEETING.
i ?Th5 eff,,rt to Provont General Butler from being
neara was, HO fur, successful. A sallow ooniple*
lonfcd individual on the steps of the City Hall then
audrusHHd the meeting io favor of Fox, tho demo
cratic candidate for Congress against Mr Greeloy,
ann ior a >out ton minutes or so General Butlor
was cm pi lid to remain ?ilrnt.
fa"t.li0rHl B"tlor ('u 8,Uo voee)-l wish we had a
iew oi our tuen hore who wore down in tho Gulf
T ?". *",, 1 STOU,d clo*n thia crowd out in a
Tery few moments.
Billy Wilson.-Th?re are a numoor of them iu
SWAA"* but th0J "? powirle68
UOBtCE OOMES TO TUB IlEfiCOE.
Horaoo Or. eley, in despair at the glowing pros
peet, MUKK. btc| tuiiw Boast, as a ia?t resort, that
r,?r,n n* . r?P'>riers and people on the pl.rt
AtmtmmA , . l'W DvM'' W*B ?"0t ?>*?f< ?*> *>? lUt?mt
Y.W Z i . Wtta determined they ebould hear what
,JD0 bad to Hay.
THE BEAST BII0W8 HIB TZETB.
rJS.i???n C,""t,"u'd his remarks amid the great
iTTt?r?Ha. e> y#illInR ?udhiasiug.conclud
' in5&2?!LP *,r,,"01"?T h?T tM6ii 7',ar BOperlors
K.SS- r?i?"d Nmv ?'??au?: I hive hing your
?X?VM1 if.y n do ?>' boAavo yourselves, I
*.????. uh'*"0" to do th0 Bl?me w''b y??i I
ir, th"?r bi^re'i,,m*,iy mor" ?'.*" yon. with ar?ia
no ?I .ban ?an? yifc n,,t fl'nched: Do you sup
5 mi? -h u""u fr,5IU o..(..u.atiaking breathT
?-rfin n ha8L?T0lt gndpowdor eau stand
\*i?-.,?? y'r! th,ukih? W ". the equal el
?e negro ? Ob, no; the nogro ia M immeaaura
---. . .* - , . ?,
bly your superior an, hoaven le above bell, where
yon will go to. I do not certainly respect yon,
and yon may bo quito ?hro I rio not fear you.
MouofFivo Pointai bullios of the bawdy boose !
. in?vea of tlio lobby 1 and burglars of tbo Tombs !
I simply declaro hero, as the voico of thin nation,
that you am not lit for tbo exerci.o of tho olo.-tivo
fr iticliieo, and iu no hotter way than this could
you dt-mouetrate the fact. I do not by any muara
dosiro to bandy woidu with nu ignorant, fooli-h,
oxr-itfd crowd; and I havo only unod the fow and
?vi 11 describing rpithete in order that you may un
diTHtiind that I iifithr-r lovo nor hato yon, and
ili.it there ia an omi to patience No ili-rusaiuii
soeh a? hhould govern reasoning men-would
profit hen?, Imiwut "rat that it WHH not to be
hoped, and I iloti rmincd, arter wailing in vain for
. lu* men who might perbape bo bot tim Inoidonts
ot it crowd t*i wv hilra w, that if order could not in?
reetur?tl. from Hint mom oat I would speak to t he?
inen aa tiley ilea-ervod, und in?language ?hieb
iny cnuM nnderataud, beeau-B Cunfllar to tlnni.
General Duller th* n retired. A foe ble attempt
wau uiiiili! to cheer him, but tho faint atiplitupo
elieitcd was fjieidily drowned in an overwhelming
burnt of hooting, yelling ami uroaning.
JACOB COHEN & CO.,
Brokers, Auctioneers and General
NO. 46 EAST BAY,
BTTY AND SELL ON COMMISSION REAL ESTATE,
3TOOK8, IIONDB, bo., te lmo November 6
DISEASES OF THE
EYE AND EAR.
[FORMERLY OF LONDON, ENGLAND.]
OCULIST AND AURIST,
EYE AND EAR,
T> ESPECTFDLLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS OF
L\i Charlo-ton and vicinity that be baa taken nooma at
the Charleston Hotel, and win be prepared to receive
Patient- on Tbureday, November the 8th, until Thursday,
November the 15th, after which timo will visit this city
aa occasion may roquire, of which due notice will bo
OFFICE'lIOVRS FROM 9A.H.T06P. M.,
And can be consulted on DEAFNESS, NOISE IN THE
HEAD, CATARRH, DISCHARGES FROM THE ?EAR,
SCALES IN THE EAB, AOCTTMULA-ION OF WAX IN
THE EAR, OBSTRUCTION OF THE E?STAOHXAN
TUBE, and an Acute or Chronic Diseases of tbo EYE
AND AIR PASSAGES.
INSERTED WITHOUT PAIN, AND PERFECTLY
RESEMBLING THE NATURAL EYE.
OPERATIONS FOR CATARACT,
Artificial Pupil, &c.,
Skillfully performed, and all diseases of the
EYE AND EAR
treated, and every operation in Aural and Opthal
mic Surgery performed by
Principal Office, 84 West 4ntli st., N. Y.
ttiT For referenoe, testimoniale, Ac, send for a
OPINIONS OF THE PEES?.
The Lou-rville Journal eaya : " The teetimonlain which
Dr. Gardner presents to the public could nover havo been
obtained, except by the dlaplny of errait -Ulli and learn
ing in tua prof-Mdon. One thing especially commendablo
in the Doctor's praotioe ia, that ho will not attempt an
incurable disease for the Bake of a fee, but frankly tolls
the patient whether he can bo cured or not We cheer
fully recommend Dr. Gardner te the attention of aU our
friends who may be Buffering from diseases of tho eye
Tbo Richmond Times Bays : "Wo havo no hesitation in
Baying that Dr. Oardnor is the moat seien ti fl o and BUC
coB-inl eye and ear Burgoon In this country."
Dr. Gardner1- treatment of the eyo and car le womlor
ful.- Richmond Enquirer.
Wo fort justified in reoommending Dr. Gardner to
those suffering from diseases of the eyo and car.
Wo can safely and oordiaBy recommend Dr. Gardner,
ivho ?rill fulflll all ho undertakes to perform.
The New Orleans True Delta says : "We can safely
rooommend Dr. Gardner as a Buoccssful operator on the
eyo and esr. He -will not undortako to troat a caso unless
a euro can be effected.
Tho Wheeling Register says : "Dr. Gardner is one ol
tho most snccoasfnl Oonllat- and Anriet? in tho country.
We advise thoeo suffering from the diseases of the eye
and ear to consult him."
Novombor 3 Cmo
Mutual Life Insnraneo Company.
C. A. DeSAVSSUKB, Agent,_
OF THE AROVE COMPANY, WILL ATTEND TO
any bnstaoM thereof, aa usual, at No. 29 BROAD
STREET, lmo October 23
60th YEAR OF PUBLICATION.
Planters' and Merchants' Almanac
_ FOR 1807*..
PRINTED THROUGHODT'W-TH NEW T-PE JtND
on good olear paper. Win be publiahed about the
second weok In November.
?-Bar informalion or oorroctiims that are intended for
insertion must be seat to the oSloo of publication before
the last of this month.
AU orden for any quantity ?re requested as early aa
possible. Price per hundred, ei3.
nmAJA HARRIS, Pahlfehar,
w FO. m Bread ?troct, Ghuieeion, 8. 0.
October l8 \
V??rrittlm.4 -.?I? ?--.
JOHN M. GREER,
BIIKSILL1I M STATIONER,
SOUTHWEST CORNER KING AND BEAIfflIN SR.,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
H AVINO COMPLETED niB ARRANGEMENTS FOR AK KXTENSIVE BOOK AND STATIONERY BUSINESS
(in which bo baa been engaged in this City for the last forty years), would announce to hi? old friendo aud the
puhllc, that special attention will bo given to the following dcixirbnentn :
Bibles and Testaments
Prayer and Hymn Books
Poetical and Gift Books
Albums of all kinds
Foreign and American Stationery.
NOW IN STOCK OF DEST AND LATEST EDITION8
Four hundred different kinds ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL DOOKS, which win be retailed at publisbora'
prices, furnished to Merchant? aa low aa can bo procured in the City, and supplied to Teachers at a liberal discount
from regular rates.
Two hundred kinds and alzoo, BIBLES, TE8TAMENT8, PRAYER AND HYMN BOOKS, London and American
JUVENILE AND TOY BOOKS, a vory largo assortment, from tbo smallest paper Alphabet to tbo mont splendid
London presentation volume.
TILE STANDARD AND POPULAR POETS, In all the different (dr?3 und etyloe of binding, with tbo moet beautiful
Gift Booka for HOLIDAY, BIRTHDAY, WEDDING, or othor Proaonta.
ALBUMS for PHOTOGRAPHS, AUTOGRAPHS, and writing purpoeef, in every id?: and atyle of Morocco, Velvet,
and Paper Mache bindings, SCRAP BOOKS, and SCRAP ALBUM?.
EVERY NEW WORK OF MERIT IN FICTION, GENERAL LITERATURE, POBTRY, ETC.
THE STATIONERY STOCK comprises tho best manufactur?e of England, Franoo, Germany and Unltod States.
An inspection of which ia respectfully solicited. tnfse November 8
MRS. S. WATTS,
274 King street.
A LARGE ABB?UTMKNT O V
BONNETS AND FLATS,
OV TI IK LATEST STYLES.
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUE8,
BL'K AND COL'D SILAS,
EMPRE88 CLOTHS, REPS,
CHILDREN'S HOODS AND 8A0QUES.
BRADLEYS HOOP SKIRTS,
OF THE LATE8T STYLES.
N. B. CLOAKS opened THIS DAY, which uhc
respoctfnlly inviten the public to examine before pur
chasing elsewhere. lmo Norvember 1
COTTON AND CORN FERTILIZER.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE-SAME AS NO. 1 PERU
YIAN GUANO, AT LESS THAN HALF THE
COST. Barreta .350 pounds each ; eight to tbe ton.
HUNT & BRO., Agents,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Novo->ber I 2mo
HOLMES & CALDER,
HOLMES & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
NOS. 12? MEETING AND Ki EASEL STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. E. HOLMES.Lato of BOUBM A Co.
W11. CALDER.Charleston, a C.
HILLINEII? IN ALL ITS DRANCRES.
PATER PATTERNS OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES
OF CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, BASQUES, Ac, furnish
ed at low ratee. altas E. J. BONNER,
Noxt cast of Mansion Honao.
November 1 lmo
MRS. S. J. WmilBTT,
Emporium of Fashions,"
No. 263 King street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
"CmENCH MILLINERY AND ABTIOTIO DBE88
Jj MARINO IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Ladle?'
Minaos" and Children's Dresses, Basqnos, Sacks and
Cloaks ont by rneamirf mont, and a perfect fit guaranteed.
Trimmings and Patturn? of the latest Paris and York
Fashions received ovcry month, and sent to any part of
the country on rooetpt of the amount.
Send for circular.
Ortnhor j 'mo
HYDRAULIC CEMENT AGENCY.
fTYHIB OLD ESTABLISHED CEMENT COMPANY CAN
X supply Builders and others at Factory prices, de
Parties in tho interior can bara their orders supplied by
WILLIAM KOACH, Agent,
october io man oa&suupnoN, e. o.
JUST RECEIVED.-200 CASES
of BOOTS and SHOES, made to or
der, which are Offered for sale at Re
tail. JOHN COMMINS,
No. 137 JIEET1N(--STKKET,
UP BTiVIRS, NEARLY OPPOSITE HATNE.
November 7 wal
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T HAVE TOST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH WITH
I a large stock of BG0T8 AND SHOES for Fall and
Winter Trade, consisting of dents', Roys' and Yootha'
Boots and Shoes of all sorts and elzea ; also. Ladies' Fine
Dress G al te ni and Balmorals; Ladies' Strong Walking
Shoes; also, a great variety of Ladlee' and Gents' House
Bllppers, and Misses and Children's Goiter, and Balmo
rals of all kinds and rrinr?i all of which wUl be sold at the
lowest market prices, by
October 13 lmo No. 381 KXNQ-_TB?_ET.
WILKINSON & GILCHRIST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
SOLICITOBS IN EQUITY.
J. W. WILKIN SON.B. C. OILCHRIST.
JOIIN 8. FAIRLEY. RUTLEDGE W1LHON.
JOHN S. FAIRLEY & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
FM GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
TNVITE THE ATTENTION OF RETAIL MEBORANTS
X IN THE CITY AND THROUGHOUT THK COUN
TRY to their oomplete aeeortmont of the abovo mention
ed Goods, now being opened at
No. 37 HAYNE STREET,
THE OLD STAND OF ME88B8. HYATT, MoBURNEY
al CO. Their Btock baa been sclected with great caro and
a thorough knowledge of the wanta of tho Southern peo
ple, aoqulr-d during many years cxpcrlonoe in buslne-i
In this city.
Our bu-tnoss motto will be
Quick Sales and Short Profits.
ORDERS WILL BE CAREFULLY ?AND PROMPTLY
* JOHN S. FAIRLY & CO.
The Bub-oriber is particularly desirous of renewing
baalnees relations with tho customer? of his old houso,
yiiwiTAT.T^ BUEOE b CO. . J. & FAIRLEY.
October 4 2mo
A CHOICE ?ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE LATES1
HATS AND BONNETS,
INCLUDING MANY NOVELTIES;
A FULL LENE OF ENOLI8H ?_ND GERMAN
BONNET AND TRIMMING
IN NEW PATTERNS.
VELVETS, LACES, &C.
PART OF THE ABOVE GOODS HAVE BEEN -ELECT
ED IN LONDON BY A CELUILESTON MERCHANT,
AND ARE WELL WORTHY OF THE ATTENTION OF
No. 423 KING-STREET.
October l8 lmo
GRAESER & McJUNKIN
COLUMBIA, So. Ca.,
OFFER THEIR 6ERVIOES FOR THE PUR-HARE
or sale of Cotton an 1 l'r xlur-o goiierally. OrJer
and Consignments ro-pcct-ully solicited.
C. A. OI'A KhKR. W 3. MofPlffft?,,
GEO. P. COPELAND.O. W. DEARDEN.
GENERAL COMMISSION- HERCBAKTS,
MAIN AND TJPPEIX nOTJNDAUY ?T8?,
COTTON TOWN, COLUMBIA, 8. C,
WELL ATTEND TO THE STORAOE AND SALE OF
COTTON AND PRODUCE ?onsignod to us in Co
lumbia, We will also uhipand sell Cotton in Charleston,
New York or Zircrpool. Wo aro prepared to mako liberal
adran ces on rmtAitnr^ f^'i
I October mt lmo . vA)?EL__iD ft BEAJRDMf.
420 KING-STREET, 420
EAST SIDE, TfiREE DOORS SOUTH OF CALHOUN.
GOUDKOUP & BEUTHNER.
pBRRTRAWER ^E IIAVB REOEIYED A CHOIOB I,or OF MOH.sU"?*, MOlUIU PLAIDS AND PLAIN
J 1 VONNA?, llib-od thrj/lia* for Ladlee DrtMcs, 11 K.jba Cnibrvidcred Popllna, a b?uuiltal uri.clc. dow rviu?
tboatti-nii.il. ot Ladlffl. "
A fi w |it?Ti-H uf UlianHlt.i Priii's at 11 coat*.
B ui-k alpara, ull fraAan Cautou lob- and MsHnom,
M>r.<<if tiiat super Il'iv k tYi.in.ti Ototn and Uomkln a( 51.50 and |J.5#, r- tpectlvoly. bought Io?, mid Mid in
accordiiii-D ?bli (ho lime? f#r lit-low thrtr pr-pur v:i'n:iiio .
Wu w nld cal ihn atti uti 11 ol our cm tonn TH to a lUpwtuT lot of J:M?LIKII l!L\MiETi? "non! as they arc " tA
much liRH niau the uiar>-ot prlciv
Kxlrn II -a- y Ko ', Bimi ami Clrny Twilla < funnels, \V..iHii Finnin;'?, .te.
black Thibet and Merino H1I:??IH Cloib (.'l<>uki aim Banna*)? very low.
A mil -Ino of English IUKI Kr< nell C-tK-tiiii-rcM, Hat lu S'a 1'WI-I-IIP, Ac.
- Another li.vole? ol Ihi-fl? Ilcavv Kentucky Jeans al V5 ceirs.
Our taetULam for O'.tainui? goods nt .<>w prior? lieiiiK unmirpaRRrd, wo have adopted as our motto "Qclclt
8alce aud 8mall Profits," which will ho to the mit &11 tugo ot oumcl\cs aud LUBIOMMH.
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER.
mar- Mr. JOLIN G. ADAMH, formerly with Thon. Wallace^ will bo happy to BIO hi* friend? "and
P^f'-iiB. lnio_O.-tobur 20
CORNER KXISTG AND MARKET 8T9.,
KNOWN AS THE ADGER BUILDING,
TAKE^ PLEABURE IN INFORMING THE COMMUNITY AT IAROE THVT US II VS r-'HANQED HIB
CLOTH i'la STORK INTO A DRY MOOD* BUSINESS, aud otTera lue well Belected Stock aa low or lowe?
than Dry QoodB have bi on acUing in thin inarbot.
COXDISTINO IN PAnT A8 FOLLOWfl !
FAf^CY AND PLAIN DELAINES
ENG) ISe, FRENCH
AND AMERICAN CALICOES
And other articles too nnmrroua to mention, to which I respectfully invito tho attention of tbo'
ladiea of Charleston and vicinity.
M. WISEBURG. Agent.
P. R_Our remnant of CLOTHING, which we offer at cost, we have removed to the back part of tbobullding,
to which we call tho attention of city and country merobantd. ENTRANCE ON MARK El STREET.
October 3d Imo
CHJE^JP CASH STORE.
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, &C
THE DEALER IN K'INEl
GOODS, CAN NOWBEFOUN?
AT THE CORNER KING AN?
CANNON STREETS. THE PUB
Lia AS WELL AS HIS
FRIENDS, CAN OBTAIN A
FIRST-CLASS ARTICLE OF
BOOTS, GAITERS, SHOES,
FOR GENTLEMEN, LADIBfi
AND CHILDREN, AT
Very Reduced Pri?es
COUNTRY FRIENDS) AN?
ACQUAINTANCES ABE ALSO
INVITED TO CALL AND PUR
CHASE FROM HTM.
King and Cannon-Htrcetii
November 3 lmo
?OOKING STOVES AND RANGES.
WE ABE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH OUR FRIENrS AND
CUSTOMERS with the most approved varieties of the above. Oar
long and thorough experience in this City enables us to fur
nish the very best article of every class, and WE GUARANTEE,
THE PERFECT OPERATION OF EVERY RANGE OR STOVE WFf.
AMONG OUB RANGES THERE IS TEE
DEFIANCE IMPROVED MOTTS PATENT,
Tho most convenient, simple, durable and tasteful RANGE ever1
made in America, and one that combines ali the best and latest .
We have the exclusive sale of the celebrated
STEWARTS PATENT COOKING STOVE,
Which, to all the usual conveniences of the best of other
STOVES, adds a COPPER RESERVOIR for water heated by the
waste smoke; a spaoious CLOSET for keeping food hot when
cooked, and a detached ROASTER of ample size, warranted to
roast all meats perfectly. This STOVE is admitted to be the most
perfect thing of the kind? and we will take pleasure m showing
it to all who may call upon us*
SHEPHERD, DUO <& COHEN",
No. 207 EINS STREET, CHARLESTON.
TINWARE AT WHOLESALE.
WE, HIVING PURCHASED VALUABLE MACHINERY FOR THE POPOSE^F
Manufacturing Tinware extensively in all its branches, would respectfully catt
the attention of Merchants and Dealers,throughout the country to our Wares*
Havii?g greater facilities than any other House In the State, we are able to offer
our Coeds as low as they can be boughton New fork, with the expenses added?^
8HEPHEEI), DUO & COHEN,
N0. 207 KING STREET, CHARLESTON.
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