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DErAWTiniE ?for Lisebia.-8omow_ero in the
neighborhood of ono hundred and sovonty-llvo
froodmon-mon, tvomen and cliUilron-loft hore on
Sunday last, fay spcoioltrain, for Charleston, from
thence to lako shipping for Liberia. A vast multi
tude congregated ul tho dopot, at an early hour,
to witness the interesting sight, and bid gbod-bvo
to thoir friend? and relatives.-Newberry Herald.
13m Dan at Cnnnwv.-Application ia to ho undo
to tho next Legislature to charter a'Bridge Com
pany at Chcraw. This will bo a convenience to our
people, and wo wish tho enterprise eucccsu. With
two bridges across the Too Deo, ono at Cberaw
and the other at Society Hill, tho railroad will bo
yory nceossiblo to na.-Eastern Journal.
Wo regret to announco that tho dwelling Iioubc
of Mr. Win. EL Brough, near Mt. Carmel, in this
District, was consumed by uro on Tuesday ol' the
last week. Tho Aro was tho work of au incendia
ry-a negro girl employed on the place, who al
leges that sho was instigated by another to com
mit tho deed. Tho accused parties have been
lodged in jail. Nothing was saved, as Mr. Brough
was absent from home at tho time.-Abbeville
Election of Bepbesentativt?.-Aloxandor Mc
Bce, Esq., was, on Tuosday last, elected as Repre
sentativo from this District to tho State Legisla
ture, vice Wa P. Price. Esq., resigned.-Greenville
Annual OnATiON.-Wo loam that Qonoral E. M.
Law, of this placo, will deliver tho Annual Oration
before tho Literary Societies of tho University of
outii Carolina, at Columbia, about the first of
.comber noxt.- YorlcviUe Enquirer.
Yoniv District Court.-Sinco the organization
of this court on tho 13th ult., by Judgo Beatty,
eight eaHos of crimo and misilomoanor havo been
brought boforo it and disposed of, including fifteen
persons acensed of tbeso cases. Two woro upon
habeas corpus, one upon a poaco warrant, and fivo
for potty larceny. In each of thOHO cases the ac
cused wcro in tua custody of tho jailor.- Yorkcille
Codrt_The regular Fa.ll Term of tire Court of
Sessions, for Suinter District, as noticod in our
last issuo, was convened ot this placo on Tuesday
last, and adjourned on Friday, his Honor Judgo
Wo have no spaco to alludo to cases tried, further
than to say that Mo3srs. Pack and B.-itton, ar
raigned for killing two porsons of color, wero bon-,
orably acquitted.-Sunder Watchman.
Cotton.-The* amount shipped up to last report
was _03 bales. The total amount shippod this week
from Beaufort waB 47 bales, making the total
amount shipped to date 452 bales.
[Beaufort New South.
Tho enlisted mon of the 128th United States
colored Troops had on deposit in tho savings bank
October 25,186(5, $80,021 72. This regiment was
oommondod by Gou. Charles H. Howard, and com
prises about sovon hundred mon.-Ibid.
Mr. William Caldwell, an esteemed citizen of our
District, died at his residenco near Cokosbnry,
during tho past week. Mr. Caldwell was ono of
our host citizen?, and was universally esteemed
and respected.-Abbeville Press.
Toe LEaiB-ATORE.-Wo are requested by the
Pr?sident of the Senate, and the Speaker of tho
House of Representatives, to state that tho Houses
over which they respectively presido will aBBemblo
and bo called to order at 7 P. M. on Monday, tho
2Gth instant. No hour being named by tho
Constitution, this has boen selected, as it is be
lieved to bo the most convenient and agreeable to
tho membors of both branches of the General
Found Dead_Fanny, formerly the slave of Col.
E. Alexander, of Pendloton, was found dead near
Woodall Mountain, in tina District, on Saturday
last. Tho dec?asca was aged, infirm, and of un
sound mind. It is supposed that she perished
from cold or hunger, or perhaps both combined.
It is related that her husband, Bill, has strayed
off after younger and strange fucoa, and left no
one to caro for his ' 'first love. Such is freedom.
On* House Bubrt_The gin bouse of Captain
J. J. Nelson, near Long Town, with about twonty
bales of cotton, was burnt on Monday night bist.
The incendiaries soem determined on ruining
^Captain Nelson. But a short since his valuable
Dentine distillery was destroyed in the same
At a meeting of Botlfol Presbytery, held at Cane
reek Church, Union District, S. C, on the 8th
'and 9th instant, Mr. David A. Todd was ordained
and installed Pastor of said Church.
[ CTniontJi-e Times.
Uu.llrnu.tfB in North Carolina.
[From Vie Raleigh Sentinel.]
The completion of the roads already projected
in tho Stato will, doubtless, be strongly urged upon
the attention of the Legislature. The system of
internal improvements, so auspiciously begun
years ago, should be consummated, in order that
the full b.neate of the system may be enjoyed,
and to save what has been expended. This is ee
pocially so, in the case of the Western Extension
Railroad aud tho Wilmington, Charlotte and Ruth
The same laudable object is Bought to be effect
ed by the pooplo of Faycttoville, Ln their anxiety
to extend the Coal Fluids Road from Egypt to
Borne point on the North Carolina Road. Tho bene
fits to bo derived from that extension may depend
much upon the point of terminus upon the North
Carolina Railroad. We are glad to see the interest
manifested by the people of Greensboro' and oi
Caswell upon that subject. We have also heard it
said that the pooplo of. Salisbury feel some con
cern upon that point. That interest indicates a
rising spirit of enterprise in tho Stato. But it can
bardiy bo expoctod that three branches from
Egypt can be projected. Tho friends of that cn
""* ?i-priso ought therefore to look well to the settle
ment of that question.
Asbest of the Railboad Robber-.-The Louie
ville Courier of the 15th says:
Wo aro glad to bo able to chronicle the capture
of the gang of outlaws who robbod tho passongot
train on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad a
short time since, in such a daring manner. Since
this affair, the authorities have been on the alert
but failed to do anything; but what the authorities
Beemod unablo to accomplish, our law-loving titi?
zens took in hand themselves, and with what sue
cess the sequel ahows. The citizens of Franklin
Ky., and vicinity, having beon on the watch foi
Burne time past, were made aware yoBterday tha
the gang of robhors, under tho leadership of on?
King, wore in the vicinity .of that town, ani
turning out in short ordor, they captured Kin'
and six of his party. About the same time yeBtor
day ovoning, ub the train from Nashville, bomg be
hind time, waB on ita way to this city, it was com
polled to rim very slowly and carefully, being rui
ning on the time of another train. Whon be
twoon Rocky Hill and Bristol station,- some c
tho passengors discovered four mon in th
vicinity of tho train whoso movomonts c3
cited suspicion. Some of the passengers then
fore wont out and arrosted thom, and throoof tboi
wero identified by passengers on the train as boin
with tho gang who robbed the train a short tirr
_ago. Throo of these, whose names aro J. P. Jacksoi
""David RubboU and Jako Smith, were brought I
this city and committed to jail. The other mc
was lot go. A di apa tcb rccoived last night by M
D. W. Rowland, assistant superintendent of ti
L. & N. Railroad, stated that King would be so
up hero from Franklin to-day, and that the otho
would bo sont np on tho late train last nigt
Those men arrested are supposed to ombraconoa
ly all the gang. If thoro aro any moro, they, .
hopo, will also Boon be overtaken and brought
justice. Wo trust that the authorities will pro
cute thcBo rascals vigorously, and givo thom t
extremo benefit of the law, aa tbey aro not or
guilty of robbory, but attempted murder, in thro
in g tho train on't ?o track and thus ondangcri:
the lives of all tho passongoni upon it.
- ?? a
Exchange of CoMrniitrENTS.-The following i
tcrcbango of compliments between tho Cincinn
Commercial, and the Chicago Journal, au to t
merits of their respectivo cities, is rathor amnsir
Tho Commercial saya :
"Chicago is a superficial, ?"showy placo, and t
erably activo in tho summer, but in tho winter b
is ice-bound and stagnant, while Cincinnati, f
of manufacturing industry, goos right on sumir
and winter. All thcro is of Chicago is abc
ground. Thoro is not a collar in tovra, and com
k1bo, while in Cincinnati, in addition to that whi
^?tneets the oyo above the sidowalkB, wo havo a c
under ground. Thoro is more storage-room oci
piod, too, in tho cellars of Cincinnati than in
tho elevators of Chicago combined."
Whoroapon tho Journal replies :
"Wo cannot rotura the compliment l'or Cinc
iiat?. She in neither 'imperil, ml, tolerably acti
nor showy,' either in summer or winter. LJnt
nat! was ? 'tolerab y activo' place whon sho \
.possessed' "with swing, but ever sinco bIio I
beon granting over her moro prosperous not
bors. Sho can bristlo up as mnch as she plea
about her 'city under ground.' We aro on
lovel, and do noir envy tho dwellers in the choit
'cellars' of Cincinnati."
GEO. LITTLE ?fe CO'S
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING STORE,
No. 313 KING STREET,
TJTSr__?T.r. VICTORIA HOTKL.
WE OFFER TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON AND TUE PCBLICi GENERAL. A NEW AND FRESH
assortment of CLOTHING, received by tho last arrivals from our manufacturing establishment at New York,
Superfine and modium quality of BLUE, BLACK (AND COLORED MIXED CASSIMERE BUSINESS SACES
SUPERFINE HLACK DRESS FROCK COATS
SUPERFINE BLACK AND COLORED VELVET VESTS
SUPERFINE BLACK AND COLORED CASSIMERE PANTS
SUPERFINE BLACK AND COLORED OVERCOATS AND SACKS.
CHOICE FAMILY GEOCERIES.
YATES <fe BRO.,
No. 449 KING-STREET,
FOUK _DOO_RS 3SrO_R_r___ OjP 0___I____OXJ2ST
T7"EEP CONSTANTLY IN BTORE A FULL AND WELL 8ELE0TED STOCK OF
? OHOioB _F_f_._!____r_r aROOBRiES,
____-3, -?aVi_sr_3B, i_ic_T_ro_=-s, ?sec,
.WHICH THEY ARE SELLING AT REASONABLE TRICE..
GOODS PURCHASED FROM U8 "WILL BB DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY, RAILROAD
DEPOT3, Ac, WITHOUT ADDITIONAL EXPENSE.
LIBERAL INDUCEMENT- OFFERED TO THE TRADE, AT THE SIGN OF
THE "BIG PITCHER."
NoVi.iuil.rr 8 ttlBtU 2mOR
PANTS AND VE8T8 OF ALL QUALITIES, AND PRICES TO. SUIT CUSTOMERS.
A lanjo assortment of MEDIUM AND LOW-PRICED CLOTH-NO-, snitabjo for plantation hands ?na laborer?,
mich aB SACKS, COATS, MONEE. JACKETS, PANTS AND SHIRTS, oil low-prieod nud no mistake. CaU and se?
or yourselves, at No. 213 KING-STREET, under Victoria Hotel.
GEO. LITTLE & CO.
November C tuth__mos
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
isro. seo __iasrc_- st., opp. beaupain.
BOOTS, HOE .TRUNKS. VALISES, ETC., AT RETAIL.
XT AVINO RECENTLY RETURNED FROM THE NORTH, WITH A NEW, LAUGE AND VARIED STOCK OF
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, &c,
I am prep-rod to favor all who may pay me a visit with Goods as cheap as the cheapest Thoro will always be
io wad on hand, a large assor Unont of Ladies and Gentlemen's
CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES.
Alao, LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS alw_y_ on hand. 1
would abo call upocial attention to my aa_. r tmont of
TRAVELLING TRUNKS AND VALISES.
Being fully aeeured that my Stock oannot be surpassed by any dealer in this or any city i > nth:
_PI__A__NTT__TI03Sr SHOES J_3ST__> BOOTS,
FOR MEN, WOMEN ANO CHILDREN.
Ko moana or expenso haye been snared to make my proaent Stock one of tho moat attractive; and,
as all the gooda have been R.loot.a by myeol?, in person, I can warrant satisfaction to all who ma]
give me a call. Jt_rDO NOT FORGET THE NUMBER.-??
No. 260 -KING STREET, OPPOSITE BEAUFAIN
?- -ioeera. G. B. GIBSON and O. A. SPEI88EGGER would bo happy to soo their friends at tin
above eatabliahment. tuthe 2a_o- October 2
THOMAS J. FLACK & SONS,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
.? II HU*-, aJ-limiU--.; nuil.
No. 53 SOUTH STREET,
A -.All?I- STOt IC or THIS FINEST GRADE!S OF
OLD MQNONGAHELA, RYE AND BOURBON WIIISKE
CONSXANTX. ON HAND AND AT LOWEST PRICES.
Novom.cr 8 Um tu 3mos
BORRAH & MEME,
No. 180 KING -I'-tlCET,
THIRD DOOR ABO VE HORLBECK'S ALLEY.
HAVE ?TOBT "OEOEIVED THEIR NEW STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTKR GO0D8, conBlsUnu of Uio
flnoBt FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROAIK?LOTH8, DOE
SKINS, and a full variety of tho neatest and latest stylo
patterns of 0A8HMERE8, VELVETS, BILKS, kc,
Beaver and l-tqulmaux Clothe, for Ovorcoato, and a full
supply of Mcxlfum Grado Cloths and Caealn?crcB for Bu
They aro now prop-rod to moko up Qarments aa cheap
ly aa con bo dono in any Northern city, and finished In
the latest and most fashionable atyloa, or In any style thal
may bo doslred.
They roapoctfully Invito their friends and the public te
call and examino tho stock for thomsolve-.
All orders will bo promptly executed and gocd fits and
prompt workmanship will bo guaranteed.
Novomber 10 Btut-2-io
CHEAP BOOT ?kD 8H0E STORE,
No. 359 King-street,
BKlidW OEOnaE STREIKT.
YOD WILL FIND AT THE ABOVE ESTABLISH
MENT a full supply of Gent's, Hoya* and Youths
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITEB8 AND SLIPPERS; Ladies
Miase-* and niilldrr.n'M Coortosb Galtors; Poliah Boots
Balmorals, Boot neu, Buaki-B and Slippers of every at
scrip-on; Gent's and Boya* Hat? of allWndu.
Tho above Gooda I am dotermlnod to aeU at the lowe?
possible piico. My motto 1b quick salea and small profit?
Glvivmo a coll "__ -ku irUl bo rt-wftrdcO.
BRIDGES & LANE
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDING!
Machinery of Every _>e_crlptlo_ia
TAFTS PATENT ltOLMNG LEVER SHEA]
No. 50 Coiirtlnnd-at., corner of Grccnvrlc
I? NKW YOK.K.
BAJLROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAntS, SPI_
Bolte, Nute, W-ahoi-. Car, Ship and Bri>-go lio'
Iron Forginga of various ktndn, ko,, Ac.
STEEL AND IlDIlDEIl SPRING-, LOCOMOTIVE A;
HAND LANTERNS, Forte-lo Forges and Jack Sere
Cotton Duck for Oar Co vera, Brass and Silver Trlnimlii
Belting of all kimi?, Baggago Cbecka, ko., _c.
Also, Agents for the manufacturers of CAR HE
ALBERT BRIDGES._..JOEL 0. LAI
November 0 tut__6m
A. S. PREITAS,
PAINTB, OILS, GLASS. PUTTY. ETC., READT-MIJ
PAINTS, IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
No. 174 East Bay.
HOUSE, SIGN, SHIP AND ORNAMENTAL PAI
IN?, ?tullin.-. Graining, Imtt-ttoiiR of Wood, 1
bio, and all other work appertaining to the trade,
cuted In a neat and workmanlike manner, by
FR-TAS k RIDDELL,
No. 174 Eaat Bay.
A. 8. FIUUTA-.,.1S-_.C 3. R1DD1
J October-. , HMt-O?
E. H. KELLERS & CO.*
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PlIIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
TIMIID DOUR NUKTI1 OF NA.RKKT
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE
on han?! a hull amortmont of DRUGS, ME-I-INER
PROPRIEfARV A11TI0LE8, SOAPS, I>nU8*__3, PER.
FDMERY and FA?IOY GOODS, and aro preparod t c
ntipi.lv plijTli.l.auH and pr?valo innill len at cheapest mar.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.U. BAEB, AI. D.
J* PBA<_TICAL. ^***5?iy
accountant and copyist.
Collections promptly attended to
OFFICE COR. BROAD AND OHDRCQ 8TBEETS,
CHAIILESTON, S. C.
BOOKS WBITTEN DP, ERRORS DETECTED, BILLS
MADE OUT, and all kinds of WRITING.
Instruction given In PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING
and Business generally, at moderate prices.
September 25 Smoa
iiOYLAN & TTJERS,
VTAnOFAOTDEEBS OF, Am, WnOLESALB DEAL.
ii 1X8 In, WHITE LEAD. ZING PAINTS, OOLOB
Ho. 93 MAIDEN LANE.
New Y or *,
Order? by mvll promptly attouded to
CAMERON, BARKLEY & DO.,
HAVE OON8TANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE STOCK
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT & SAW filLL
STEAM ENGINES AND BAW MILL
BAB AND SHEET IRON
OABT AND SPBINQ STEEL
LOW MOOlt AND CAST STEEL <v OOMOTTVE
OILS AND AXLE GREASE
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND OUT 8PIEES, io.
EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE AND BDBGL&B
PBOOF SAFES, &c, &c.
11MER0N, BARKLEY & CO.,
N0. 150 MEETING STREBT.
C. K. HUGBE.
No? 137 MEETING-ST.
CHARLE5TOII. B. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS .
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WJLDER'S SALAMANDER SAFE8, &a
?LAIFORM, COUNTER AND WAR]
iOTTON PICKERS, _*c, Ao.
4-1- Represented by Messrs. H. E. JESSUP k 00.,
SOUTHERN EXPRESS C0MPAH1
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given te til
safe Transmission of Freigh
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOii AND DELIVI
* FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE OI1? FREE OF
H. O. PliANT,
President, Aufiuiita, a?
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lotte;
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
mo DE DRAWN AT CiiVINOTON, KY., 16TH A
JL 30th oac_ month. Scheme, 30,(100 tickots
?tizes. Whole ticket?, $10; halves, $8; quartern, $4
230 Prizes of $200.
64 Approximation Prizes m-ountlng to tl3,0.'0.
ComblriaUon Lottery draws every day. Tickct/i ft
?I to $10.
Circular? sent free. Drswlnpa maJlcd as soon as
Lottery Is drawn.
Ad<-rt-_ H. Y. PETERfl, united Btatet "Llcoiuvyl hue
No. 00 Has?- street, CliArlcsUiD,t?. C, ?r&cy D?-63 __
2 Prize? of.$4,
20 Prizes of.ti.
63 Prizes of.I
165 Prizes of...I
i-RClUBALD GETTY _. CO.,
Mut ana Commission Merchants.
NOETH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. Cotty.K. A. .on?l?r.Sa T. S-inter,
WILLIS a. CHIS?LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCnAKTS.
WELL ATTEND TO HOI PUI50HABH, BALZ Aid
BS-HJU-t (to Forolgn and Domestic rorU) C
OOTTON, ItlOE. LUMBEB and NAVAL HTOEKS.
ATLANTIC WHARP, CliarUtton, S. O.
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
S-Piiif anil Cmii-ii- MertiuU,
IMPORTERS OP W. INDIA PRODUCE.
COB. EAST BAY AND ACCOMMODATION WHAKF.
WILLIAM EL GILLILANI) & SON,
Real Estate Ag.uts, Aue tioncers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNE BTIIBET.
J. REEVE GIBBES,
_F___. O T O _R
No. 2, Corner Broad and Church sts.,
No. 7 v.-?-. rliorst's Wharf.
j?-Orders and consignments or OOTTON, RIOE,
NAVAL STORES, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, _c, 8o
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
(FO_M____ COPABT--B or J. E. Anosn k Co.),
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE, CUT
LERY, GUNS, AND AGRICULTURAL
NO. 310K_NQST.,TI_IBD DOOB BELOW BOOIE.-,
OH-UE-TON, 8. O.
Ootobor 1 Smoa
WHOI______ AHD B_5____ DEAUa IN
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
At Mo.MOU f_Il.a-8T_-KKT,C_i_..l??ta?a, H.C.
AT NEW _ORK PBIOE8.
E. 8. DODGE <fc CO.,
STEAM JOB PAINTERS,
No. B4 JOHN 8TIIKKT, I?. Y.
October M Uno
BOWERS & SILGOX,
BBOKBBS, AUCTIONEERS AND GENERAL COM
No. 137 Meeting Street, opposite the Market
>N HAND OONBTANTLY: FABM8, PLANTATIONS,
HOUSES AND LOTS for aalo and to rent. Are
re-pared to receive all fcinda of GOODS, WARES ANE
IEROHANDIBE, PRODUCE, ko., on consignment,
J-0, FUflNITUBE, HORSES, AND VEHICLES ol
very description for aale. Will also give onr ap?ela!
attention to OUT-DOOR SALES. Smoa September 8
?tvHO_p-_A"_ -Nn n_._i_ nxA-Kn nt
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VEST?N(iS.
GENTS' FURNIBHINa GOODS,
No. 35 Broad, street,
Jnly 39 Onios CHARLESTON, ?. 0.
LA PIERRE HOUSE
The Bnb-crlbers baring leaaed this favorite bouse,
BEFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNEB,
And is now prepared with the most porfei
appointment? for the reception of guests.
The first position among first .lass Hotala will 1
malnta-ced In the fat-re, m In the past.
September 8 Smoa BAKER j; FARLEY
iTKAJl O AS FITTICH AND PLUMB K
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OA8 FIXTURES. QS
PITTING AND PLUMBING PUO-IP.L. A'
_ _ND_D TO. No. 1V1 KlN'Ja_r?hK f,
^..-.i ?-1 ".?rw?<?P Bri??? ? . 1'a .
DAVEGA, YOUNG &MoKENZU
Uf AHD COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
ISAAC DAVBGA, )
GEORGE B. YOUNG, J HEW -ORS.
GERARD L. MCKENZIE, )
HAVING BUOCEKDED TO THF TOBEIGN OOLZJ
TION BUSINESS of Mean.. BIBNBY, PB?
TI88 k FLANDEBS, wa will attend to tba ooU-Otloi
part doe and maturing ol-ma tl_.ngh._t the Uni
COMMISSION BBS FOB ALL THB STATES,
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLE1
THIS ' DELI OHTFU L,
HAS NO EQUAL EOS PRESE-SINO AND BEAU
?TONG THE COMPLEXION A ??. D BEIN.
Bold by DrngglaU ev-ry > hero.
Depot No. 71 Fnlton atrceV New York.
KING & - A3SIDEY. urente.
T. G. A. R.
C E L, B B R __T B "D
FOR THE CURE OF BYPHILI? IN ALL IT
THIS EXTRAORDINARY AND TRULY VALUEABLB
Medicino I? prepared with the utmost skill and caro
by a regular graduate of Modiclno and Pharmacy, from
fresh SOUTHERN MEDICINAL, ROUTH AND HERB-,
mid Is thereforo
t/?f- It completely nentrallzos the peculiar Syphilitic
poison, and eradicates every partido of tho taint from
the By fitem forever.
?-- This 1h not a romody that MAY OURK, but one
that DOES i?nil WILL CURE ovcry case without faillir?,
when taken according to directions.
?_- Neilin r is it a remedy to ho tried, hut one that
haa been tried sml thoroughly tented. In somo of tho
very worst cages of secondary aud tertiary Syphilis,
and lu every case It inado a complete euro, and gave tho
sufferer a now loase of Ufo, health, strength, and happi
g*~ It is now being riBod and recommended In tholr
private practico by some of tho moBt eminent physl
clans In tho United States.
A I*E*"V RECOMMENDATIONS FROM PHYSICIANS
Drs. Duggan, Barnes, and Klui;, of Wilson, N. C,
cerllly ?thit LAWRENCE'S ANTI-SYPHILITIC l8 an
efficient and valnablo romody, and that It haa perform
ed reinar- ?hie cures."
Dr. Blake, of Bultlmoro, Md., says: "Your remedy la
performing truly marvellous cuica In this city."
Dr. Smith, or Now York, writes: "I havo fairly tost
od your AN l'1-SY Pill LIT IO In as bad casos as I could
find In the city, and In every instauco It made a com
pleto and rapid cure. It really seems to possess almost
tTi~ Wo could proenro numbers of cortlflctitoH from
patients, but of course delicacy would forbid thom from
signing their full names ; but certificates aro of small Im
portance any how, as a fair trial will convince the most
sceptical of tho real merits of (ho Medicine.
READEB, STOP ! PAUSE ! THINK !
Havo yon ever been aOectod with Syphilis in any of
its forms? If so, do not run the fearful risk of entail
ing horrid diseases npon your children and children's
children to the third and fourth genoratlone, -nth.
positively sure to drive every vestige of the disease
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SHT It han been remarked by a oe.jbrated medical
writer, ?'that If Syphilis and Ita effects could be stopped
half of the diseases that now afflict the human family
tar This valuable medicine Is pleasant to the taste,
has a delightful odor, and la not In the least lnj rjloua.
4ST For sale by all _ ruggiete, aad
KING & CASSIDET,
NO. l61 MEETING. STREET,
Charleston, a a
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By K-tiko the .?Egyptian Loiits," Ttsnnyeon*?
"Ohora-tes" become nothing bat worthies- loafers;
he had given them Pnwn'i glorious Fat-tame from the
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A- Vin ?tent Waixacjc's Mono to the ear; M the
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star to the sight, so Is Phmtvey's exquisite Perfumo o?
-OYFTIAM LOTT7S to t-Q Smoll.
A ix B___ beau ia: Is allied to religion, even altliougto
It only approaches the truth. It waa this lnstinot
that made the Hindoos wear the Eoyitian Loxtjb In
their mythologie?! proceastons: bat P-itoey, In lils cn?
uaiorjB F-aro-s from that flowor, baa anrpaased the
Natuu.-, tmnon-T_D-x-, la the sabetratom of vail; but?
man, by refining on it, makes hlasolf her abaolnte ra?
perior, aa wl tn obb, Rouinl, In bia manipulation of ocean,
forest and "bird muBlo, and Penuey, In his Eqy-pt-v?
Tn_n_ is a o__at -_A- or oakx about whloh l?
best, the useful or the beantlfal. That only la xna belt
that u!iiT_a BOTB, aa P-wney has done in his Eoyptia-.
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o, how eloquent would he be over P_kn_t'8 Eotpxia?
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as Hart In sculpture; as Bonner in newapsperdom: M
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lng, bo Amerioa's beautiful and refined women eay,
P-HNXX la In bia Eot?ti_h Lorna.
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No. 151 Ueeting street.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer?
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