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THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1800.
[ron Tin: UAILV NEWS.)
(.natur'- o? laisR?der, and mude, and light
t-juMN'li.l: . ....
Wi'l'lfti" ?<t >. -!. >?"'. ?."?? "> fliyM
Bmmtliug with < its "tyi*.
Fllltliltt with ::.:: ? i"!'1 ?-.'.
Waklu . In-art? fin* .">?'rl.e
?till bcifuile.1, Isahol.
: ?. - Iiilti3**l ra? '?'- ' bappkst dream?,
..?.i ?ind.ii:i-: :.iniio-.i" gleams,
"" itero ISHIU-1 !
Kinilliif! wltU HWJI ? Rtaro,
Summer's own bloom in iliy race,
Tli.it .-wry bl arl imds o placo
Fee dear Imbdj
Dcltrlon? Ihy very caprice,
Child Isabel :
Even when >i banlshc? peace,
We follow as1 ?>?e who roves
Through weird and magie uroves,
L- i! bv :? Wi*i> ol' Love's
Still beguiled, Isabel 1
.Mi. could I ?*eek thy ?iylit,
Ci.1V Is-lliol I
Win tli?v on perch alight
Win thee lo yield thy bloom
To brighten one lonely home
KCVCTi oh ! never to roam
Say not nay, .Isabel.
Ah ! thou tangliest with thy merry eyes,
Cold Isabel ;
And sinkst when more sweet thy sighs,
Bold Isabel ;
. Darting away like a very bird,
geared u* the leaves aro stirred;
Mocking with wanton word,
Heart of gold, Isabel.
I fly from thy wanton r.rt,
Knd Isabel :
Would I could give what thou lack'i-t-a heart
Mad Isabel ;
Pugnada theo one moment to know
How more previous ono true heart's glow
Thou all the vain triumph nntl show
AVhieli now glad, Isabel.
In thy winns arc thy fate,
Thou wilt waken too late,
The lesson to loam that thoy may
Is rapidly passing away,
And the lover cscopfng to-day
Cannot back bo beguiled, iEabel.
A DARING RAILROAD ROBBERY.
The following account of one of the most daring
robberies of this contury, perhaps, wo take from
the Nashville Banner. It smacks very much like
somo of the exploits of CLAUDE DUVAL ana JACK
Another hold and daring sally has been made by
the booted, spurred and Dcltcd rufflanB who have
BO long infested the Uno of tho Louisville and
Nashville Railroad. At about two o'clock yester
day morning tho Nashville-bound passenger train
was thrown from the track six miles north of
Franklin, Kontucky, and a second-class passenger
car burned to aBhcB, tho stoves having been upset
in tho rapid descent and heavy concussion. Tho
locomotive was turned over tbrco times, and tho
express car waa thrown straight down tho em
bankment, tho end resting on the track, and the
baggage car piled upon it.
Tho obstructions on the track wero about three
hundred yards apart, and were formed by bara of
railroad iron projecting from the croBS-ties toward
tho approaching engine. Penco rails were also
piled up on the track. Obstructions were placed
in tho rear of tho train after it had passed, BO that
there could bo no escape for tho doomed train,
even if it should bo backed np.
The engineer, Joe. L. Stewart, Baw the danger
when very oloso upon it, and gallantly stood to nie
post, roversine Ino entrine. and nr> bnnJang the
forco of tho concussion as- to save the life of overt
passenger, though he did it at the risk of bia own.
He wa? badly bruised, and a number of others
were moro or lose iuiurcd. but not a singlo life was
The fireman jumped from the engine, escaping
unhurt, and tho hoofs of the robbers horses almost
touched him as ho lay hidden when the troop puss
en him on their way Irom the scene of their depre
The sleeping coach and tho ladies' car remained
on tho track, the sleepy passengers supposing thoy
had arrived nt another station when tho suddec
stoppage was made.
Tho conductor, Mr. Charles Rice, went forward
to learn the causo, and did not long remain in ig
norance. Ho was called upon to halt, and in a mo
ment waa surrounded by a dozen or more burl)
ruffians with blackened faces, armed to tht
teeth, and apparently upon some desperate er
rand. He managed to offoct his escape, how
ever, and waa soon in Franklin, where he tele
graphed the nowa of the terrible occurrence bael
An individual, whoso curiosity was somewhat
nronsed, thrust his hoad ont of the window, bul
hastily drew it in again, a bullet whizzing close te
hie attentive auricular.
Another mau, who had stepped out upon thi
platform, was also compelled to retire to th(
music of whistling lead.
The rufliauB, making a cicorono of the baggage
master, carno to tho doors of tho slepping-car, and
with drawn pistolB demanded the immediate snr
render of overy weapon in tho car. Few of th?
pas ? ngors being armed, however, only one or tw(
revolvers woro givou np.
Somo of tho passengers wero still asleep, and on?
young man waa seized and robbed just as he wai
chmbing into IDB berth. Others had just beoi
discussing tho robbery of tho day train, which oc
curred a short time ago, on this 6amo road, littli
droaming of the similar fate that awaited them/
Tho robbers woro vory boisterous, though appa
rently unused to thou- business, and as mucl
frightened as their victima. All but one. a tall
elim man, wero diguised, thoir ugly, villainoui
looking faccB being thoroughly blackened witt
charcoal or eomo like substance. Thoy had oi
spurs, woro thoir pantaloons inside their boots
and looked fierce generally, with the intention, ni
doubt, of at once striking terror to tho hearts o
thoir unfortunate, unarmed victims.
The precise number of tho marauding party ii
notknown. only ten or twelve were seen,
Tho leader was a largo man, weighing porhap;
two hundred pounds, a. blood-red com?rter gird
line at bia waiBt and dangling at bia Bido. H
rather kept aloof, howover, and not much wa
seen of him.
The man who took the pocket-books was a littl
fellow, two of the robbers at his sido enforcing hi
demands by plaoing the muzzles of thoir pistols a
the heads of those who seemed K all disposed t
withhold thoir currency and valuables.
Placing themselves at the door of tho car, aflc
thoy had taken up their collection, thoy made th
unfortunate passongera file into tho next coact
keeping thom covered bv deadly weapons, and tal
ing care that nono should jump from tho platform
Thoy then went through tho vacated car an
picked up somo articles or clothing, while searcl
mc for concealed money. _
These proceedings lasted about fifteen minute:
and by this timo tho express car was in names, an
rapidly crumbling into ashes, much to the chagri
of tho sabio bandits, who. in hastening np ti;
embankment to secure the passengers, ha
neglected to look to tho little iron solo and ii
Coing to the baggago car, thoy secured a nun
bor of valises, shouting, as they loft the ill-starre
passengers, that tho first man who stepped oi
upon tno platform of their temporary prison shon]
d10 f or his temority.
They then disappeared in the woods, froi
whence thoy had come, tho light from tbo blazii
carreveali ig their dark forms as they flitted awi
to the shelter of the gloomy forest, now and the
looking back upon the destruction they he
Up rolled tho bright flames, throwing tho ra:
of dnnoing light far down along, the track, as if ii
vi tin g swift iustico to tho fleeing dcBparadocs ai
welcoming tno little band of determined men wl
WOr^ *r> .loaten to tho rescue as soon as the tidin(
?honld roach thora.
The robbers having lied, the passengers su
ccoded In securing tho remaining contenta of ti
baggage car heforo it was consumed.
Many of the pasaongo'rs saved ccnsiderable 1
stowing money and valuables in thoir fcoota ar
other places, tho hurried search being by no meai
a thorough one.
f bo ladies were not molested, and only tho o
enpanta of the sleeping car woro financially di
turbo ,'. '
BCY. H, 0. Eoacxdy, of Atlanta, Georgia, wi
awakened by tho pressure of tho muzzle of a
piBtol against his temple, and whilo thrco or four
othors wcro brought to boar upon him. bo Bur
rciidc-rcu $220 to tho robbers, no also lost hi.
J. It. Slaughter, Prcsidont of tho Savannah and
jUempbia l.ailroarl. lost a small amount.
! A MobUu man lo.st $.000 in Government
Captain Brawn, late Asii-tant Quartermaster.
' U. B. A., wa? aboard, but wo did no1 learn whether
? lio gave up anythi. g. .
Mr. Qtuttbru. sluoping car conduct;?!*, through
? whoso energy too coaches remaining on tho track
I WOrO ?avril from burning. lost ?300.
Dr. J. ti. Thomas, ol' Savannah. Ga., eared con
: .idornblo by iU-tribntina his money in varions
parta of lib elothina while the attention of the
! robben ?as occupied with other.. l?o gave them
: bia micket boni? ?nid the ??_0 it contained, and came
! near getting oil' at that, but he wau afterward
' mad. to Bui render r. c?jat in which he had secreted
?Tames Watson, of Pittsburg, PemuQTVaniB, lost
! M78, MU] a vallee, with its contents, rained at
i A Hobrow, whoso unmo wo did no1 leura, lost
It. It. Dltnkcrson, of Evnusville. Indiana, lost S70 .
A Northern mau, name not ascertained, lobt
It. Ii. Goodwin, Agent of Neale, Netbcrlaml & ;
Co., Loui-villo, giivo up $2-, but concealed the ?
balnneo of bin C.-IHII, and saved hi? untch by trans- !
ferring it to hie boot.
S. V erlhoinicr. of Columbia, Temi., lost n valise J
and contents worth $(ii>.
SI. Itohoofei-, of Louisville, lost SG7.
N. lto-cnncan, of Louisville, lo?t his pocket
book and $9.
Ono man surrendered $117, nnd concealed "1700
in his boot.
A number of others lost various amounts, none
very largo, however.
The loss of llio Louisville and Nashville Bailrond
bv tho destruction ol'tho engino and tinco cars is
estimated at from $23,000 to $..,000.
Everything in the express car was burned. Only
Uie asllea of the greenbacks in the safo were to be
BOO! upon opening it. It is eaid that there had
bcon deposited in it $25.000.
Captain Brown tracked tho robbers some three
miles, and recovered most of tho vouchers which
had been taken, they having scattered thom along
The "passengers mndo up a purse for .Mr. Stew
art, the engineer, to whoso presence of mind they
owed their lives.
The light of the burning cars waa seen at frank
lin, and created much wonderment. As Boon ae
the news of the robbery became known, a special
traiu which had been eii?aged by IMiko Lipman for
tile traiieportation of hie circus, was tendered by
bim for the UBC of tho unfortunate passengers, and
with a squad of armed mon aboard, it reached
them about daylight.
A letter Bignedby, and expressing the thanks
of the passengers, baa been addressed to Mr. Lip
The train arrived hero yesterday at noon, with
the robbed travelers nearly all aboard.
TUG only objoct of tho desperadoes who com
mitted this flagrant outrage, seems to have been
plunder, as no one was in any way injured by
A party of mounted men, well armed, left Frank
lin yesterday morning in search of them.
MRS. A. MIDDLETON TAKE- THIS METHOD OF
inionnlnp her customer, and the public generally
that ehe has just returned from New York with a weU
selected Stock of FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY
GOOD8, to which .tie would respectfully Invite their
attention, at No. - King street, _U doors below Clifford
street, wet-t Bide. t_th_3*** November 13
L CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE LATEST
HATS AND BONNETS,
INCLDDD?O MANY NOVELTIES;
A FULL LTJ?E OF ENGLISH AND GERMAN
BONNET AND TRIMMING
IN NEW PATTERNS.
VELVETS, LACES, &C.
TART OF THE ABOVE GOODS HAVE BEEN SELECT
ED IN LONDON BY A CH?_RLE8TON MERCHANT,
AND ARE WELL WORTHY OF THE ATTENTION OB
No. 423 KING-STEEET.
October l8 lmo
MRS. S. WATTS,
27- King street.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OS1
BONNETS AND FLATS
OF TUB LATEST STYLES.
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUES,
DL'K AND COL'D SILKS, .
EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPS,
. WORSTED GOODS.
CHILDREN'S HOODS AND SACQUES
BRADLEY'S HOOP S-JRTS,
OP THE LATEST STYLEE
N. D. CliOAK? opened -HIS DAY, which ah
respectfully invites the public to examine beioro pui
chasing el_ewhere. lmo November 1
MILLINERY IN ALL IIS BRANCHES.
PAPER PATTERNS OF ALL THE LATEST STYLE
OF CLOAKS, MANTILLA8, BA?QUE8, ko., ftirnisl
ed at low rotee. Mies E. J. RONNER,
Next cast of Mansion House.
November 1 lmo
MS. S. J. COTCim,
Emporium of Fashions,'
No. 263 King street,
CHARLES-TOST. 8. C.
FRENCH MILLINERY ?VND ARTISTIC DRE?
MARINO IN ALT, ITS BRANCHES. Ladiei
Misses' and Children's Drosaos, Basquea, Sacks ar
Cloaks ?rut bj- mw-raroment, and a perfect fit fraarantoa.
Trimming, and Pattern- of the latest Paria and Yoi
Fashion? received orery month, and ecnt to any part
Uio country on receipt of the amount,
gond for circular.
?3 j Octobers ? ;JM
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS,
AT THE .
. STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
KO. S3 7 KING- STREET.
Wi: BEG LEAVE TO INFOIIM CPU rniEXDs AND
UM public (hat wv have (tuite recovered m>m the
shock of Uie tele lire, bavin . received I.tr?:e addition.? ia
ytock t? each d?partaient.
We are still running oil" tome Gooda r.f very low prices,
which are very desirable.
Wo would call special attention to rome very ile
sr ni AS,
A FULL LINK OP BLACK. CLOTH CLOAKS, NEW
A NEW LOT OF FRENCH KIO GLOVES for Gents
anil Ladite; muna Gloves for Winter.
PLANTATION BLANKETS in all qualities
ENGLISH DUFF1LL BLANKETS
ENGLISH PLAINS AND KEKSETf?, all Wool
SUPERIOR RED BLANKETS, in all sizes and qualities.
REAL WELCH FLANNELS.
IN EVERY QUALITY, RANGES'G FR03I 33 TO 75 CTS.
Consumer? will find it to their advantage to call and
examine the above mentioned Goods.
Wc will guarantee to sell nil Goods at as LOW PRICES
as they can be bought in the city.
All of the above GoodB will be Eold at low prices, by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 28? King street.
JOHN S. FAIRLEY. RUTLEDGE WILSON
JOHN S. FAIRLEY & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
FANCY GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
. HOSIERY, GLOVES,
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF RETAIL MERCHANTS
IN THE CITY AND THROUGHOUT THE COUN
TRY to their complete assortment of the above mention
ed Gooda, now being opened at
No. 37 HAYNE STREET,
THE OLD STAND OF MESSRS. HYATT, McBURNEY
k CO. Their Stock has been selected with great care and
a thorough knowledge of the wanta of the Southern peo
Ele, acquired during many years experience in business
i this city.
Our business motto will he
Quick Sales and Short Profits.
ORDERS WILL BE CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY
JOHN S. FAIRLY & CO.
The subscriber is particularly desirous of renewing
buBinoBB relations with the customers of his old house,
MARSHALL, BURGE k CO. J. S. FAIRLEY.
October 4 2mo
D0RIMI?M & MENEE,
No. 180 KING STREET,
THIRD BOOR ABOVE IIORLBECK'S ALLEY.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR NEW STOCK OF
FALL AND AVINTER GOODS, consisting of tho
finest FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS, DOE
SKINS, and a full variety of the neatest and latest etyle
patterns of CASHMERES, VELVETS. SILKS, kc.
Beaver and Esquimaux Cloths, for Overcoats, and a fall
supply of Medium Grade Cloths and Cassimeres for Du
They are now prepared to make up Garments as cheap
ly as can ho dono in any Northern city, and finished in
the latest and most fashionablo styles, or in any style that
They respectfully invite their friends and the public to
call and examino the stock for themselves.
All orders will be promptly executed and gocd fits and
prempt workmanship will bo guaranteed.
Novemher 10 Btuth2mo
A Treacherous and Deadly Foe!
PAIN AM) NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Remedy
AND MODE OF TREATMENT IS THE ACME
IT BREAKS UP THI8 TERRIBLE DISEASE AT ITS
Fountain Head, and removes at onco nil the wretched
eymptoms of this loathsome malady, such as Fain in the
Temples, Offensive Discharges, Obstruction of the Breath
ing Tubes, Repulsive Breath, Snapping Bounds in the
Ears, Absont-MindcdncBs, Mental Depression, Dimness of
Vision, Sore Throat, Hacking Cough; restores the sonse
of Tasto and Smell, and permanently cures the disease in
all its types, forms and btoge?, with absolute certainty.
This remedy and modo of treatment, like the disease,
is peculiar. In consista of the inhalation of harmless li
quida from tho palm of the hand. The i inmediato relief
it affords is alone worth ten times the cost of the rem?
Norton's New Pamphlet on Catarrh is out Informa
tion nevor before published. Call at our nearest Agency,
or send a stamp for it.
Proporcd by GERRIT NORTON, No. 11 Ann-street,
Drs. RAOUL & LYNAH,
November 1 thstuCmo Agent for Charleston.
COLVSIBIA, So. Ca.,
OFFER THEIR SERVICES FOR THE PURCHASE
or tialo of Cotton and Produce gonorally. Orir-r.
and Consignments respectfully solicited.
0. A. OKAKSEIt. W. 8. MoJUNS?N".
October 27 lmo
JACOB COHEN & CO.,
Brokers, Auctioneers and General
NO. 46 EAST BAY,
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION REAL ESTATE
STOCKS, BONDS, kc, Ac. lmo ' November 6
HAS NOW OPENED HER BUSINESS OF
AT No. 0 (UPPOni) STREET.
Hours from f! In tit morning till 9 tt night.
mm" AWAY WITH BPE0TAOLE?.-OLD EYE8
nado new, without Bpeotacles, Doctor or Medicina
Famphlot mailed free on receipt ol ten couts. AddrMi
t. B. FOOTE, M. D" No. 1130 Broadway, New York.
j?-ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTIFICIAL HC- '
MAU EYES mado to order aud Intorled by Drs. W.
I3AUOH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by
RoiKsoNiiEAU, of PM?S), No. 6?3 Broadway, New york.
April U_- lyr
?Sr COLGATE'S HONEY BOAP.-THIS CELE
BBATED Toilet Soap, In sack univer .vi den:r.inl,
< m.v?o from tho OHotcast matuills, is mild Mid
rmoUlentln its nature, traer?tilly Kcen*?l, tr.d
nxtroiEoly bencQ?-.i*.l in its notion npJU the skin. I'm
palo by all Droguista and Fancy Gouils Dosier?.
Vcbrnary 7 lyr
?3- ITCH I ITJUI ITCH1 8CRATCUI
8?RATOHI SCRATCH 1 WUEATOH'S OINTMEN'l
Kill cure-the Itch in 48 hours. Also earea Salt Shewn,
riccre, Chilblains, and all Eruptions ol tho Bkln. Price
50 cents. For sale by all <lrii?gi8?e. By sending 60
cent? to WEEKS k POTTER, Solo Agents, 170 Washing,
ton atreot Bonton, It will bo forwarded by mail, froo o
postage, to any part of tho United States.
1er Untctjcidjuctt ift tevcit GiMcCaJtctt In irfltnb einem
21.tile Dciitirt.Iaiit'ju crVcl'Cii, (Selber 511 ccliectircn unt
fcnflifie Auftrage 3? l'Cfergen. Tinii irerte f?t? um n?here
Stuorunft tttect au <?. #. Setter in ?elje
cm 3?s "RcIjrtcuO, 1S7 East Bay, Charleston, S O
Sept. 20 thstu3mos
?HARLEM WEEKLY' NEWS.
THE PUBLISHERS OF THE "CHARLESTON DAILY
NEWS" have great ploasnre in stating to the public thal
they have commenced the publication ol'
"THE WEEKLY NEWS."
THE AIM. OF THE PUBLISHERS WILL BE T<
"THE WEEKLY NEWS"
THE BEST WEEKLY PAPER PUBLISH
ED IK THE SOUTHERN COUNTRY.
IT WILL CONTAIN:
ACCURATE MARKET REPORTS
READING FOB THE FAMILY CIRCLE
POETRY AND LITERARY MATTER
ABLE EDITORIALS ON THE SUBJECTS OF THE DAI
IT HAS MORE .
Than any other Weekly published outside of Ne
SUBSCRIPTION NERM8-ONLY ?8 A YEAR. I
SUBSCRIPTION REOEIVEP WITHOUT THE CASH.
CATHCART, RA'MILLAN & MURTOA
Na. l8 Hayne-St, Charleston, S. (
THOMAS J. FLACK & SONS,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
No. 52 SOUTH STREET,
A LAUGE STOCK OP TS-B FINEST ?i3t,\I>ES OK
OLD MONONGAHELA, RYE AND BOURBON WHISKEY
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND AT LOWEST PRICES.
C I R C U L A R
SOUTHWEST COMER KIN? AND B?iUFAIN SB.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C,
HAVING COMPLETED HIS ?ARRANGEMENTS FOR AN EXTENSIVE BOOK AND STATIONERY BUSINESS
(in which he has been encoged in this City for the last forty year.), would announce to bia old friends and the
public, that special attention will be given to tbe following departments :
Bibles and Testaments
Prayer and Hymn Books
Poetical and Gift Books
Albums of all kinds
Foreign and American Stationery.
NOW IN STOCK OP BEST AND LATEST EDITION8
Fo_r hundred different kind? ENGLISH ?AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL BOOKS, which wiR be retail-- at p_.li-h_re'
prices, fumlahofl to Merchants as low as can bo procured In the City, and supplied to Teachers at a liberal discount
from regular nies.
Two hundred kinds and alzes, BIBLES, TE-TAMENTS, PRAYER AND HYMN BOOKS, London and-American
JUVENILE ?AND TOY BOOKS, a very laryo assortment, from the em-Ueet paper ?Alphabet to the most eplendi*
London presentation volume.
THE STANDARD AND POPULAR POETS, lu all the different _t_os and etylee of Unding, with the moat beautifol
Gift Book? for HOLIDAY, BIRTHDAY, WEDDING, or other Prc-onts.
ALBUMS for PHOTOGRAPHS, AUTOGRAPHS, and wiitin? purposes, in every size and style of Morocco, Velvet,
and Paper Mache bindings, SCRAP BOOKS, and SCRAP ALBUMS.
EVERY NEW .WORK OF MERIT IN FICTION, GENERAL LITERATURE, POETRY, ETC.
THE STATIONERY STOCK comprises the best manufactures of England, France, Germany and United States.
An inspection of which is respectfully solicited. thfeC November 8
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE STOBE.
1TO. SCO __I_*TC3- ST., OPP. BEAUFAIN.
BOOTS, HOE .TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC., AT RETAIL.
XT AVINO RECENTLY RETURNED FROM THE NORTH, WITH ANEW, LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OP
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, fcc,
I am prepared'to favor all who may pay roo a visit with Goods as chotp as tho cheapoBt. Thoro wlU alvraya be
found on hand, a luge assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen'H
CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES.
Also, LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS always on hand, fr
would also call special attention to my assortment of
TRAVELLING TRUNKS AND VALISES,
Being folly assured that my 8tock cannot he aarpaeeod by any dealer in thia or any city South.
_PI__A?3STT-A-TI01iNr SHOES -A__tST_D BOOTS*.
FOR MEN, WOMBIN ANO CHILDREN.
Ko means or expense have been spired to malsu my present Stock one of the most attractive; and,
(l by mysolf, in pe
?WDO NOT FORGET THE NUMBER."?
na all the goods havo been selecto
give me a call.
by mysolf, in person, I can warrant satisfaction to all who may
No. 260 KING STREET, OPPOSITE BEAUFAIN.
49- Messrs. G. B. GIBSON and 0. A. SPEISSEGGER would be happy to BOO their friends at the
above oatablishraent. tutba 2mo" October 2
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
YATES &: BEO,
No. 449 KING-STREET,
FOUR DOORS XsTO-RT_E_C OIF a_A-X__e_COXJ-DT-_
TTKEP CONSTANTLY IN -TORE A FULL AND WELL SELECTED RTOOK OF
OKOICB _='_f_._va:i__.Y ca-i-oc-3Ri_3?,
.ALES, -W-I-STES, I/HaTTOHS, AC-,
WHICH THEY ABE SELLING AT REASONABLE I-RIOE3.
GOODS PURCHASED FBOM D8 WILL DE DELIVERED TO ALL PART3 OF THE CITY, RAILROAD?
DEPOTS, 4a, WITHOUT ADDITIONAL EXPENSE. mrTni ___,.
LI-ERAL INDOOEMBNT- OFFERED TO THE TRADE, AT THE SION OF
THE "BIGr PITCHER."
HOLMES & CALDER,
HOLMES & CO.,
IMPORTERS AN? DEALERS IN
. GLASS, BTO.,
' N?S.126 MEETING AND 55 BASEL STREETS,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
i WM. E. HOLMES..Lato of ?louaa A Co.
'? WM. CALDER...,,,,.Charleston, B.C.
Havana Plan Kentucky Stat? lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
TO DE DRAWN AT COVINGTON. KY., 15TH AND
30th each month. Schomo, 30,000 tickets-527
prizes. Whole ticket?, SIR; halves, $8; quarters, ti.
1 Prize o/.100,000 2 Prizes of.-$4,800'
1 Prize of.$20,000 20 Prizes of.$1,000
1 Prize of.$8,980 C3 Prizes of.?500
1 Prize of.$8,000 165 Prizes of.$S0&
220 Prizes of $200.
64 Approximation Prises amounting to ?18,080.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
$1 to $10.
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