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FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBE? 23i286CL_
An nltorcation occurroil last wooli in tho upper
part of tho district botwoon Cnpt. W. 8. Ellorboo
and Roi?.. Y. li. tToniicgaii, Esq., which resulted
in both parties boiug. painfully but not dangcrons
ly wonnue-- oaoli in tho arm.-Marion.Star.
Tho vfifo of Mr. Jamoa E. Watson, wo aro pained
to learn, wau burnt to doatk o t last Saturday iu
Britton'H Neck. Humor says she foil in tbo Aro
wbilo paralyzed Irom a spaum, though wo aro not
in possession of tho facts of tho case.
We aro plo.isod to state that a now poslofllco has
boon opened at Ariel, in this district, and ia kept
at tbo h toro of Mossrs. Munnorlyn & Wooks. Tho
mail will arrive tlioro tw?co a wcok. ThoBO of our
subscribers who wiBh thoir panors mailed to that
omeo will ploaso notify us.-ibid.
Any norton who knows tbo fato of Jamos Eve
leigh", Company G, 25th South Carolina Volunteers,
will confer a lasting obligation by communicating
tbo sanio to his ?sorrowing widow and liclplcsH little
ones. On tbo lut day of April, 18u_, at 1'ivo Forkn,
Virginia, ho waa wounded and taken prisoner,
nineo which timo nothing has bcun board of bim.
Ho was a Master Mason, and papers throughout
tho country friottdly to tho order aro oaino-tly re
quested to cony this.
Ploaso address Mrs. Ilannab Eveleigh, Tim
monovillo, 8. ft-haslem Journal.
Seveue Accident.-Wo regret to state that our
C-tconicil folIow-towiiBman, Dr. B. 8. James, the
loseoo of tho Laurens Railroad, met wjjth a sovcro
accident on Tuesday night last, while coming up
tho road on a hand-car. having gono down on BOiii.
bnsinoKH conuc. ted with the ropairb ol' tue track, j
Tho accident happoned in this way : Tho hand-eir
coming up tbo road near Kiiinrd'?," about 10 o'clock
at night, at rather rapid speed, foaling no danger,
though the night was tot? dark to distinguish any
thing on the track, rim into a push-car standing
on tbo track, throwing tbo Doctor, who was sitting
in front, violently forward on bis sido, between the
mila. Tho push-car had boon put upon tho road
and moved iv milo or two from whero tho bands
had put it off when quitting work, by somo person
unknown, and loft standing upon tho track. When j
the collision occurred tho push-car was knocked |
forward by tho momentum and tho Doctor thrown
between the two and run ovor by the hand-car,
rocoiving eove.o bruisos andfia^tiifo of tho fournir
bone near its hoad. Ho was brought to bis home
on Wednesday, sulToring very much. Ho has the
warmest sympatbios of tho wbolo community.
A. fow days since quite a number of froedmon
Sasaed through this town on their way to somo
LisBissipni colton plantation. We know that num
bers of planters in Iflorida aro looking to Fairfield
to supply thom with laboror? for next year's crop,
and-lair onongb compensation ia offered to induce
many of thom to go.- Winnsboro' Register.
IVorili Carollnn Items.
On Wednesday last, Mr. Wiley P. Keith, of Wil
mington, was shot and killed with a pistol by Mr.
Nicholas Carr. Mr. Carr surrendered biniBclf to
tho Sheriff, and an examination before a Justice of
the 1'enco took placo the samo day
Nicholas Long, Jr., son of Nicholas Long, Esq.,
of Habla-, fell from tho balcony of tho hotel in
Weldon on tbo loth i nut., and broke his back. Af
ter lingering for a short timo, ho expired.-Ibid.
Street Bailwa. em Fayettevti___.-It is pro
posed by some enterprising citizou of Fayettovillo,
to construct a horso railway through that town,
from the Capo Fear River to some point on Hay
mount, and to this end notice has boen given that
application will bo mado to tho Legislature for a
charter. Tho distance which separates Ilaymount,
the terminus of the proposed^ railway, from the
business portion of tho town and from tbo rivor
being so great, it is actually necessary that some
thing bo done for tho convonionco of tho citizens
residing in that quarter.
Destbootiok op Cattle_Wo aro informed
that, on Friday ovoning last, no less than five
milch cow? carno to thoir death iu this city from
eating tho loaves of a poisonous tree. But a short
timo elapsed, in every instanco after eating, bofore
tbo loath of tho cows. Tbo treos bavo Hinco boon
declared to bo of tbo specie known as "mock
orange."- Wilmington Journal.
The steamer C W, Lord, wbilo coming to at her
wharf on Sunday night last, ran into the half-fin
ished wharf of McBsrs. Keith _. Korchnor, tearing
np tut; planking, knocking oil tho caps, displacing
tho now piling, and otherwise injuring the struc
ture. Workmen wera busily engaged this morning
repairing the damago-the estimated cost of which
will reacu two hundrod dollars. .
[ Wilmington Dispatch.
Cotton.-The numbor of bales of cotton sold
yesterday in our market reached 69.
Not much cotton was in town, and twico as much
could bavo been sold it it bad boen hero. Cotton,
too, is declining, our commorctal quotation price
being but 27 to 28.J cents por pound.
The Lathes' Co-OEUt m Ta-BObo'.-Tbo ladios
of Tarboro', on Thursday and Friday ovonings,
tho 8th and 9th inst., gave a sorioa of tableaux and
a concert for tbo purpose of aiding in collecting
funde for tho Stonewall comotory for Confed?rete
dead at Winchester, Va.
Wo understand the receipts wero quite largo, as
might have buen oxpocted lrom a community such
sb surround, and constitutes Tarboro'.
[ Wilson Carolinian.
____-TA-iY.- Li mentioning tho transfor of Goa
oral Robinson from this Military District to the
command of tho Dopnrfmcnt of"tho South, witb
his headquarters at Charleston, South Carolina,
wo noglectod to state that Brovot Major D. T.
Wolla, First Lieutenant Eighth Infantry, accom
panied bim. Cololoncl J. V. Bomtord, who
superseded General. It., lias dosignated Brovot
Captain J. W. Froneb, 8th Infantry, Acting Assist
ant Adjutant-General.-Raleigh Pronress.
A Good Move.-It will bo seon that application
will bo mado at tho ensuing Logislaturo for a char
ter for tbo North Carolina Savings, Insurance and
Banking Company. It will bo located at Yancoy
ville or Company's Shops, wo presume.
Ii.-im.-iT.-. Geni-iohii-. -Mellara. H. B. & Aaron
Cloplin, of New York, bavo prosonted to the Con
gregational Chmch in this city, through Rev, A.
A. Ellsworth, ita pastor, four hundrod dollars for
tho purpoBOof providing an organ for thoir chap
el. Exhibitions of gonorosity are raro in those
days, but all the moro laudablo because of it.
[Newbern Journal of Commerce.
FzD-BAX, Court.-A term of the District Court
of tho United States will be held in this city on the
fourth Monday of this month, by his Honor Jndgo
Eti-OBAN-S.-AnotUov train, under tho auporin
l tendonce of Mr. Coffin, loft this placo on Monday
night last. Tlioro were about throe hundred, from
various counties in Middlo Carolina, all seeking
homos in the Woat and Northwest.
Tho Nowborn Commorcial gives notico of its in
tention to onlargo its shoot, shortly. Nowbern will
. then havo two of the largest daily papera in the
Tobacco Crop in ViBaQ-A.-Tho Richmond Ex
aminer os imatos tbo tobacco crop in Virginia at
two-thirds of tho crop of I860. The general quali
ty is oxcollont. In somo of the tobacco countios,
such as Dinwiddio, Mccklenborg, Prince Edward,
Amelia and Charlotte, tho labor ?as boon wanting.
The product, however, oven in thoso counties, baa
boon botter than wrb anticipated. In thoso coun
ties in which there was loss interference with the
negroes, tho results nro visibly botter. Halifax
docs pretty woll, bub tho counties of Pittsylvania,
Henry and Patrick, in Virginia, as woll as Buck
ingham and Caswell, in North Carolina, bavo a to
bacco crop oxcollont, both in quality and quantity.
In tho neighborhood of Lynch burg, too, tho results
aro compai-tivoly gratifying. Thero has been
much loss mado of the. heavy, black and rich to
bacco which in usually valued in tho English and
foreign maikots, but of tho lighter colored and
moro attractive brands, whieb aro tbo favorites of
1 the homo markots, and which consequently com
mand higher priuos, tlioro ia a very fair crop, actu
ally abovo tho usual avorngo.
In Chattanooga, Tonn., within a Btono's throw of
two Christian Cliurchoi, throe littlo children woro
lately starved to death, and tho mother and five
other children barely saved from tbo samo fate by
the timoly arrival o? assistance. Whon foundthoy
woro on tho vory vorgo of starvation, and woro only
saved by thobe.-itofuiodio.il nid.
.Tho printing oliicos and editorial rooms of tho
principal newiip.ipor in Lima aro enclosed within a
"lovoly gardon of Howers, aparkling fountains and
gold-fish, and tamo, gaudily-plumed, sweotly
wbiatling birds, who never do ?or? thoir little Kdon
spot, wboro eui)tent.mult grows for thom Uko the
very flowom whoso lionoy thoy love to sip."
CHEAP OA8H fcjTOJAifl.
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, &C
TIIF" DEALER HY PIMK
GOODB, OAN NOW BE FOUNT
AT THE CORNER KING AND
CANNON OTREETS. THE PUB
LIC, AS WELL AS HIS
FRIENDS, CAN OBTAIN A
FIRST-CLA-8 ARTICLE OF
BOOTS, GAITERS, SHOES,
FOR GENTLEMEN, LADIES
AND CHILDREN, AT
Very Reduced Prices
COUNTRY FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES ARE ALSO
INVITED TO CALL AND PUR
CHASE FROM HIM.
COR KING & CARSOS-STS
I-lng and Cannoifstrects
November 3 lmo
COENEE ICING .AJ-nTD MARKET ST?.,
KNOWN AS THE ADGER BUILDING,
TARES PLEABURE IN INFORMING THE COMMUNITY AT LVRQE THAT HE HAS "?HANGKB HI8
CLOTH NO STORE INTO A DRY GOOD- BUblNESS, and otTor? bia wo li Holoctod fcitock as leny or lowoi
than Dry Goods have bien Belling lu Hil?- market,
?-JON8_"TII*_ IN PAST AB FOLLOWB :
FAINOY AND PLAIN DELAINES
DO M EST?OS
CAN ION FLANNEL
AND AMERICAN CALICOES
And -thor articles too nnmnroua to moation, to whioh I re_p3otfully invit3 the attontiou of tbe
ladies of Chnrleaton and vicinity. '
BL WISEBURG, Agent
P. H.-Our remnant of CLOTHING, which we offer at coit, we hiYn removed to tho back part of thebullilng,
to whtoh wo oall the attention o? olly and country morohaut?. EN ['UANOI'. ON MARKET STREET.
Octrher 2d H__
EXTRA FENDERS, FIRE BASKETS, ASH SIFTERS,
BLOWERS, .and other parts of Grates furnished promptly by
SHEPHERD, DUC & COHEN,
NO. M7 KINO 8TREET.
COOKING STOVES AND RANGES.
WEARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH OUR FR?EN! S AND
CUSTOMERS with the most approved varieties of the above. Our
long and thorough experience in thiB City enables us to fur
nish the very be_t article of every class, and WE G-UARANTEP
THE PERFECT OPERATION OF EVERY RANGE OR STOVE WT
AMONG OUR BANGES THERE l8 THE
DEFIANCE IMPROVED MOTT'S PATENT,
The most convenient, simple, durable and tasteful RANGE ever
made in America, and one that combines ali the beat and latest
We have the exclusive sale of the celebrated
STEWART'S 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 spacious 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 in showing
it to all who may call upon us*
SHEPHERD, DUO ?fe COHEN,
No. 297 EINa STREET, CHARLESTON.
TINWARE AT WHOLESALE.
WE, HAVING PURCHASED VALUABLE MACHINERY FOR THE PUBPOSE.?F
manufacturing Tinware extensively in all its branches, would respectfully call
the attention of Merchants and Dealers throughout the country te our Wares.
Having greater facilities than any other House in the State? we are able to offei
our ?Goods as low as they can be boughton New York, with the expenses added.
SHEPHERD, DUO & COHE-ST,
N0. 297 KING STREET. CHARLESTON.
420 KINS-STREET, 420
EAST SIDE, THREE DOORS SOUTH OP CALHOUN. .
GOUDKOIJP & BEIJTHNIiB.
PEB 8TEAMEB WB HAVE BEOEIVED A OBOICE LOT OF MOU8LIV8, MOBAIB PLAIDS AND PLAIR
. LYONNAIS, Blbbod i'opllns for Ludios Dresses, 4-4 Uobo Embroidered "Poplins, a beintiiul article, deuerTlnj?
the attention of Ladles.
A few pieces of iili.nitiliv Prints at 11 centa.
Black Alpaca, all grades; Oanton < 1 o. li ? and Morlnoea.
Moro of (bat Sapor Black Frenoh oiotli and Doeskin at $1.00 and $9.50, respectively, bought loir, and said lo
accordant*? willi tho times, far below their proper valnatlo i.
"Wo would call the utd ntl? n of our cu?.tor_ers to a superior lot of ENQ-ISII BLANKETS, "sold as they are," at
muoli lr-s than the market prloo.
Extra Heavy lied. Blue and Orey Twilled Flannels, Welsh Flannels, A-o.
Black Thibet and Merino Hhawls, Olot li -leaks ana Basques, very low.
A roll line ot English and rrtnch 04S?lmeres, Satinera. Tweeds, &o.
Another tn-olca of those Hcavj Kentucky Joans'at M cents.
Oar fscllitio-i-for ootainiug goods at low prices bein?- unsnrpasned, wehavo adopted ?va our motto "Qalci
Bales and Small r-ro?ts," which will be to tho advantage ot ourselves nud customers.
60UDE0P & BEUTHNEB.
^JW Mr. JOHN Q, ADAMS, formerly With Thoa. Walhce, -?111 be b'appy te ?ce his friends and
.atroja, lmo Oototx>rS9
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
Til I KI? DOOK NORTH O I?? -IIA.U__.1_T
WOULD INFORM THE PUBMO THAT THEY HAVB
on hand a full ai.ortment of DRUGS, -IEOI0INE
PROPRIETARY ART?OLES. SOAPS, BB?8I-E8, PER.
fUillili a and -"AXO ? GOODS, ana aro prepared t r
supply phj-fli'jiftua and pr?valo fan-lilt- at cUoopoat mar
JE. 11. KKLLEKB, M. D...
.H. DAER, M. D.
I .OYLAN & TUERS,
l?-A OFA0TURERH OF, ANT- ?ATIOU-BALK DEA I
?L _H- in, WHITE LEAD, ZING PAINTS, OOLOB.
?.o. 0. i-AIIiKN LAN-,
Or dors by mall promptly atlonriod to
,..-.-i, .?j tit h . '.
CIMBR?N, _ML_Y & CO.,
HAVE OONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE ?.TOOK
RAIL-iOAD, STEAMBOAT & SAW MILL
BTEAM ENGINES AND SAW MILLS
BAB AND SHEET IRON
OAST AND SPRING STEEL
LOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL E- OOMOTIYE
OILS AND AXLE GREASE
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND OUT SPIKES, io.
EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE AND BURGLAB
PROOF SAFES, &o., _to.
HON, B-KKL-Y & CO.,
N0. 150 MEETING STREET. .
~~ C. K. HTTGER, ~
No. 137 MEETING-ST.:
OEURU-STO-, S. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON A WOOD WORK MACHINER?
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER ?SATES, ?ko
?LA TFORM, COUNTER AND WARE
/OTTON PICKERS, Ac, ?ko.
tar Iiepr-e-ntodby Meaar*. ii. E. JESSUP k 00.,
-ODTHERH EXPRESS COMPAMY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
_afe Transmission of Freight,
Honey, and Valuables.
WELL CALL FOR AND DEUVEB
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE Oil Y FREE OF
II. O. PlaAI-T,
I.ofiltleut, AufTOBt-. Gi,
H arana Flan Kentuclty State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT COV-NOTON, KY., ?5TH AND
8uUi c-ui-i month. Sohomo. 30,000 UokoUi-.27
prize.. Wholo tlcbcls, $16; lialvos, t_; quarter., 54
_ Prize, of..4,600
20 Prize, o?:.$1,000
63 Prizes of.9000
155 Pri/os ol.t300
1 Prize of.....?2O.000
1 Prize of.S-,0-.
2.0 Prl-ru of ?200.
51 Apr---lm_tionPrize, innotui"ni? to 313,050.
Conibiuution Lottery draws ovary tiny. Tickobi from
.1 to $10.
Ciruula-a ?ont froo. Drawings in_llod u soon M tbe
Lottery Is drawn.
Addreea H. T. PETEB8, Doited Stute- T_e?n__d Axtent,
No. 00 Hanoi -treot, Ciiarle-ton, a C, or Eer llox 52 P. O.
y<.-_a_b_r in_ arno
BUI-NET-', Mci N MS ?fe EARL,
Noa. 38 & 38 WMt-hall-street,
J. D. BUB-ETT....M. MoI_m_8....B. O. WRL.
L1BERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN
RPEOIAL ATTENTION PAID TO TUB AAT.EO, COT
TON. Naval HTiiitKM. Kto, ?nd the Piirohas. of
?'JjA-t _Ai_uxi ?u___j-_, !__. Ortoc-u _?
AU-II IB A LI) di I TI V & CO.,
Sb??Dincr and Commission Merchants.
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON^ s. c.
?.. a.ttjr.K. A. Sonder.S. T. Sonder.
"WILLIS & CHIS?LM,"
FACTORS, CtfUMISSION ItII_RCHil_.Tr..
WILL ATTEND TO THE rtJBOHABE, HALS AJU
SBIPMENT (to Foro-gn Mid Dom_.__ Ports) c
OOTTON. BIOE, LDMBEB -ml NAVAL -TOBEJS,
AT1.AHTIO WIlAHIs Chnrlcoton, O. C.
?. WILLIS.A. B.OHISOI^
Sllppim and Commission Merchants,
IMPORTERS OF W. INDIA PRODUCE.
COB. EAHT BAY AND ACCOMMODATION WHABF.
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 BAYNE 8TBEET.
__?___ O T O -R,
No. 2, Corner Broad and Church sts.,
No, 7 Vauderhorst's Wharf.
JtSr- Orders and consignments of COTTON, BICE,
NAVAL BT0BE8, PBOVI-IOKS, FBODOOE, ?to., SO*
ioited 3mo September 26
SAMUEL R, MARSHALL,
(FOBM-t-LT Co-FARTNE- OF J. E, Adobb k Co.),
IMPOBTEH AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMER'OAN HARDWARE, CUT
LERY, GUNS, AND AGKICULTUBAL
NO. 310 KING ST., TBIKD DOOK BELOW BOOIBTY,
Oa_ja_-sxoM, 8. O.
October 1 3moi
BOWERS & SXLC0X,~
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS AfrD GENERAL COM
Ko. 1-7 Meeting Street, opposite tlio Market
)N HAND CONSTANTLY: FAB U8. PLANTATIONS,
HODHES AND LOTH for a al o and to rent. Are
.-.parod to receive ail kinds of GOODS, WaBES AND
iEBCHANIH.se:, P.tODnoE, ko., on coiiHitinii.out.
lso, FUhN-TORE, HOBH.S, AND VESICLES Oi
rery description tor sale. Will also give our special
attention to oUT-HOOH BALES. Sujos September 6
__*______? Aim n_.___ d-_i__- in
CLOTHS, CA88D?BRB9 AND VESTOiCJS,
GENTS* FUBNI8HING GOODS,
No. 35 Broad street,
July 28_C-lOB_OHABLE8TON, 8. O.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
Tbe Subscriber- bavini? leased thla favorite house. It
REFITTED AND REFUKNIS.IED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And Is h.->iv prepared ?rilli the most perfect
appointments fur the reception of guents.
The frst position a in on? first-class Hotels will b<
rualut?.-itvl in this (uluru, as in the past.
Septembers am HA ?KB ft FA-LEV
.TI.AIU GI A S FITTEK AND 1M-UM II in It
PLAiN ANDOBNA-IKNTAL (lA:-> FlXTUUlv?. _A_
ia I'll MU AND _-_jU.-J-.N(_ PKu-U'lL- \i*
CKNUlt'D ti}. Si: . I '.? KI N !?*?_It.? _ _
DAVEtiA, YOUNG & M? KEJN ZU?
LAW ?HD COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row?
ISAAC DA VEGA, )
GKOBG- B. YOUNO, S HEW ?OIUI.
oebabd L. mckenzie, )
HAVING BDOOEEDED TO THF VOB_nOH OOIJ-JK
TION BUSINESS of Messt ? BIBNET, PBK-.
riSB k FLANDEB8, we will attend to the oolleotlon o
punt due and maturing claims throughout __e Unit*.'
COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL THE STATES,
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAB
BAS NO EQUAL FOB Pit ESE. t ?INO AND BEAC!
TING THE aoMPLE-IO-N A D SEIN.
Hold by DrngffiSts every here.
Depot No. 74 Fultou.Btrrct. Now Yo rfc.
KING & JASSIDEY. Acrents.
i ... i *t .-. . " ?, -.
FOR'SAIEON MARSHALL _ WHARF
JOHN MARSHALL, JR.
Iii Inch Eb_ra_
1>? inch Boards
2 Inch Planks
3 inch Plan-B
4 Inch Pliu-ts,
SOANTLINOS OF ALL SIZES.
Novombor 21 8*
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE.
rTA82E^o>EP ?M OKf'cur .p.om cualmeh
X_- -?asm, to tio. __ OttO-tCH _ITI__'1, coe acci
ao-tnot_Jio-4 s-i-rta fc Aoguvim
T. G. A. R
CE LEB "Ri-TED .
FOR THE CORE OF 8_Tn_LI? IN ALL IT
THIS EXTRAORDINARY AND TRULY VAL?EABLB
Mndlclno Ir prepared with tile utuiowt ?lilli and can
by a nftnlar graduate of Mi>?licluo mid Pharmacy, from
freah ?OU'I'EiKKN MKUIOINAL liUU'l? AND HERBS,
and la theroforo
Va" It completely neutralizes th?- pocullir Syphilitic
pcilatvi, ?uni ei-itillcalcs every pailiilii ni tup taint from
tho .ystem forurcr.
ja?- Tkla Ib pot a remeilv thal MAY cnitr, botone
that I) '?BHand WIi.L O?KE o?erj case, withoutiailuro,
wIimi taken. MonrdlnR tu i'inciu'im.
?9=3- N'citli? r Is ii a remad} t?i l?i trieil, hut one that
him been trloil end tlinr??iiL'lil> to-tcd In sumo of ttio
very worst casca of MeontUrj- and t?-r?i-i> Syphilis,
and In livery cann It mude a cr,rap|nle cn .?. sud gave the
suflVrer u new lease of life, lieu?tti, ?strength, and huppt
,03- It Is now being need nod recomiii"uiled In their
pr?vala practico \>\ nomo of tho moat ouilnont physl
clano In tho United States.
A FEW RECOMMENDATIONS FKOM PHTSIOrANS
Dr?. Duggan, -arno*, and Kin?,, ?if Wilson, N. 0..
certify "that LAWRENCE'- AN 11-MVPU1L1TIO la an
ellicient and valuadlo romody, and that it lids perform
ed remarkable cttr>-8."
Dr. 'Dake, of Halt im on?, Md , nays: "Tour remedy la
performing truly marvellous eu eu lu this ?-lty."
Dr Smith, ot Niiw York, >vrlto?i: "I have fairly test
ed your ANTI-.SYl'UILIT O lu as bad ciihos na I could
Hud in tho city, and in every luxtauro it iiiado a com
plet? ?nui rapid euro. It really seems to possess almost
jfm~ Vfo could procuro nnmbers of certificates from
patienta, but of courue c1 ellcaoy would fotbid them from
signing their full names ; but cortl-<-rea aro of a-iall Im
portance any how, as a fair trial will convince tho moat
sceptical of the real merits of the Medicine.
BEADEB, STOP! PAUSE! THINK!
Havo yon over been affected with Syphilis In any ot
its forms T If so, do not run tho fearful risk of entail
ing hnrrid a?nesses npon your children snd children's
rtilldreo to the third and fourth generations, but bo
positively sure to drive every vea'igo of the disease
from your system at once, by taking LAWRENCE'S
?S~ It bas i?eeu remarked by a celebrated medical
writer, "that li Syphilis and Its effects couid be stopped
half ot the dlsossea that now aOliot the human family
would dtnappe-r "
aSf Ibis valuable medicino is pleasant to the taste,
has a delightful odor, and is not in tho least Injurious.
-9- For sale by all _ rngglsts, and
KING- & CASSIDEY,
NO. 161 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, 8. O.
?-BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.~&.
B_ E_xxNta the "Egyptian Lotos," Tennyson's
"Ohora'lt*-" become nothing bnt worthless loafers;
he had giron them Pknii-z'b glorlon? Perfume from the
same beautiful flower, they would have become uaxFox
andja_uANT gentlemen, and their wives, ladles.
As VmcnEKT "Wa-LAC-'s Mr rio to tho ear; aa the
polished Parian marble to the touch; ea the morning
star to tho eight, so la Penxry's exquisita Perfnoie ol
Eoyptiaj" Lotos to the smell.
Alt. -EX- BEAOTX lBollifKl to religion, eren although
It only approaches the troth. It waa this lnutlnc?
that made the Hindoos wear the Egyptian Lotus In
tbrJr mythological procosslona: bnt 1"xnn_y, In his de
licious rEiu-uuK from that flower, has sarpassed tha
Nato-e, uhdoobtkdly, is tho substratum of all; but
man, by refining on It, makes himself hor absoluta ta?
peiior, ss witness, Rossini, in bin manipulation of oc?*in,
forest and bud muslo, and F-kn-T, In his Earnum
Thciib ia a oszAT ??A- or cant about which la
best, tho nsofnl or the beautiful. That only Ls ran best '
that oitrru norn, aa Phnhxy baa done In his tZarrrtAj?
Ma-B-OB-i-, the wondorfnl Frenoh Orator, when
dying, asked for the odor or flowers. If he waa living,
O, how ?-Joiiuont would he be over P-hh-y's _ki-nrj?*i_H
"Batso i?_ow_-ej-, mrin .tiovt-jmI'' criad iba ?o
Ughtfal Mrs. Bomana. A dlstlngulahod Amertoan
Pootesa has nearly finished a song on the perfaotio-i ol
the Floral Kimudom, Puhk-y'h Eotftum Lotits.
Aa Hmmit O-iTln Bloqnenoe; aa Blondell In painting j
aa Hart In sculpture; aa Bonner In newspapcrdonij _o
Spear In mining; aa Ferham In North Paclflo r_Uro_d?
lng, ao America's beautiful and refined woman ray,
P-nnst Is In his Eoijptiah .Lotus.
KIM & CASSIDEY,
No. 151 Meeting street.
September 10_? _
M. M. QUINN-,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer?
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