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"SATURDAY MORNING, DEOEMBEB 1, 18GG.
k'*i?? ? _
Cottbt of Appeals.-Tho Court of Appollo com
?uofaecd its Bittinga nt Columbia for tlio Fall Terra
osday last. Frcaont-lion. li. F. Donkin,
of. Justice; D. L. Waudi.aw anil John A.
$. Associa to Justices.
__io Charleston Docket, being first in order, was
called, anti tho following cases licartl :
aE. Martin rs. the City Council of Charlcst-n.
"artin fur motion; Mr. \Y. D. Porter coutin.
ayiland, Lindsey ?.. Co., vs. Victor Wolff. Mr.
"ips for motion;* Mr. liui.it contrn.
.cb C. Mcggeth, admr., us. Bunine* 0. Black,
Mr. Lord for motion; Mr. Wni. "Wlialoy to
rgotti W, Sama; saino vs. Chaplin; R ad vs.
.w?ro continued; and Youuiana tuls. l'orry.
;0n yesterday tho Court waa ongagod iu tho ox
iH_in_tion of applicants for admission to practico
^?io Law and Equity Courte of thia State. Tho
wing gentlemen woro admitted :
". La to.-Bobe it Aldrich, C. K. Andoi-Hon, 0. E,
loUon, 0. N. Suttor, B. K. Charle?, W. D. Clancov,
B. P. Cooper, If. Covfngton, Jumos Y. Ouflirontn,
E. K, Dargan, J. F. Dargan, Benjamin _. Dixon,
A. W. Dozier, .Tunica Dudley, T. Stobo Farrow,
John F. Ficken, W. T. Garv, !__. II. Graham, ?. P.
Harllco, B. R. Ilompbill, J. Bl. Johnson, 13. 31.
Jones, \V. M. Kirton, John K. Law, Thomas J.
?Cants. J. G. McKisaick, J. D. McLucas, T. P.
Milliard, Thomas D. Mernaugh, J. C. Milla, Julian
Mitchell. F. J. Monea, Jr., W. M. Muckonfuss, C.
C. Pinckney. II. \Y. Rico, E. F. Simpson, C. Smith,
F. D. Smith. Augustus T. Smyth, John F. Spear
man, L. E. Slubbs, W. Syniraos, S. B. Todd, A.
Vanwyck, W. Vanwvck, Jr., George W. Wolla, T.
.P. Westmoreland, W. I. Wlialoy, J. 0. WiUaou, J.
. Witherspoon, W. II. Youinaua.
"* wily-W. H. Bawley, George L. Buist, B. K.
08, W. D. Clancoy, T. G. Dargan, W. J. (layer,
Harllco, Iaaao Ilayno, W. C. Keith, W. \V.
, D. D. McCall, J. D. Lucas, Julian Mitcholl,
'arbes B. Mooro, Thomaa E. Moorman, W. M.
"uekenfuas, Y. J. Pope, John Preston, Jr., W. H.
?, B. Siogling, J. Wistar 8ampson, W. J. Single
r, W. T. Smyth, W. B. Spoarman, E. F. Stokoa,
iV. Stokes, Auguatna Vanwyck, J. O. Willson,
. H. Youmana.
fal.-Wo aro happy tt_[9?oarn that a very
interesting and extensivo rovivnl of roUgion lina
"gcontly takon placo at the Now Proapect Baptist
JBuroh", in tho upper part of thia District, Tho
Pastor, Rev. Mr. Lan drum, wa8 aBaiated by Bov.
Mesara. Breaker, Allison, Lankton! and Williame.
forty-two poraona, chiofly young ladies and
.??ntiomon,_an? of the ??S. f_i.ili08 of tho noigh
prhood, united with tho Church.
Prof. Turnor, a nativo of Spartanburg District,
KJ^bas just beeu appointed Professor of Music
Ltno Deaf, Dumb ano llhnd Asylum, in Staunton,
?j usual Annual Oration boforo tho Clariosopbic
id Euphradian Socictios of tho University of
_utb Carobna (late South Carolina College), will
_?delivered by Gen. E. M. Law, in tbo University
i? Chapel at 7 o'clock this evening.-Pheonix, 28lh ull.
FntE in Gbeenvilee.-A fire broke out in Or?en
lo, about 5ioclook on Tuesday ovoning, which
atroyed McBco'h Hall, two atores under tbo
" "iug, occupied by Thoa. Steen, grocer, and Dr.
.moreland, and adjoining building, occupied
?I" drug Btoro by F. A. Walter. Tbo post?nico
"jjjht fire, but waa extinguished. Tho Aro wa8
?o result of accidont.-1 bid.
Gov. Maorath'a Position_Tho Potoraburg In
lox haB the following item:
' ?Ex-Gov. A. G. Magrath,' of South Carolina,.has
.-written a letter to Governor Orr in favor of tho
.adoption o?. tim Constitutional Amendment by tho
Southern States as a moaauro of relief, and tbo
isoat policy for tho masaos.
''This makes two roapectablo advocates of thia
Iquity among tbo five in ii liona of Southern white
Wo havo not seen published or hoard of the lot
5r referred to. Wo refer tho Index to his message
jr the position of Gov. Orr on tbo amendment.
-Certain ladies of Columbia havo associ
lemselvco together for tho purpose of rais
iQs to clothe and educate a limited number
ian childron. To carry th?8 design into
ilion, they propose to bold a "Charity Fair"
alumbia, commencing on Tuesday evening,
iber -1th, and continuing during tho week.
fanney'a Hull. An attractive foature of tho Fair
j conaist of a scries of Tabloaux, representing
?rions scenes at home and abroad.-Carolinian.
3PBC.tion.-_-Henry Cbeatbam, a negro, waa
??ed at Anderson on the 23d, in tbo prcsonco
immonao crowd of whites and blacks. Ho
".larded to the placo of execution by a detail
i tho company or brevet Colonel Smith, cora
_ c1 i 11 ; ? the jioat.
, -will bo remembered that Choatham, in con
lon with Dan Johnson, brutally murdered a
youth named Geer, near Andereon, laet
ry. Ho confca-icd bia guilt.
j^About 7 o'clock on Friday evening last, an alarm
ce was given and found to proceed from a
i on Mr. Thoa. Pays ngcr's premises. Tho
ing being large, it waa used in tho various
icitios of stable, barn and work-shop, and con
I one llorac and muk, corn aiuVfoddoi, besides
iluablo lot ol'dressed plank, all "of which, with
'exception of the mulo, (which fortunately suc
led in making a timoly escape, but seriously
ched) wero destroyed.-Newberry Herald.
To hoar thai the ladies of the Baptist congrcga
are getting up a large and handsomo fair, to
told in the large hall of tho Fomalo College, tho
$t before Christmas, to bo open two or throo
and night...-Ed'jejield Advertiser.
Death of James Hunry Haynbwoeth.-Wo aro
to loam of the accidental death of thiswor
young mau, formerly a citizen of this placo,
but since tho war residing in tho Weat, whoro ho
Oame to an untimely end by tho bursting of tho
jboiier of a steam engine on tho Mobile and Ohio
"road. Ho boro a bravo and gallant part in tho
loo of bia country, from tbo incoptioruto tho
p of our struggle tor independence. Holoavoa
?ung and interesting wifo, a father, mother,
?$efB and Biston to monrn the ead fate of a no
sung man.-Stnnlcr News.
Camden Journal montions tbo death of tho
, M. McCluro, of tho Presbyterian Church,
" on Sunday last, at tho ago of 80 years.
..ia: Female College.-It will be a mtit
eincoro congratulation on tbo part of tho
of this institution to know that it has beon
lizod, and ita oxoroieos aro to bo roBumod
Iq 1st of January, with a competent corpa of
lora. Tho Collogo building, whiolj haa afTordod,
?! and aiuco the war, an asylum for refugees,
n under tho control of tho Trustee., ana
3 used for collegiate purposes hereafter.
Bov. B. B. Anderson, tho newly elected
?ont, will bo ably assisted by the Bov. M. D.
'and tbo Miases Manigault in tho Collegiate
_rtment. Miss C. Amanda Mooro will be in
,_fgo of tho Primary Classes, and Mrs. N. W.
?Pfhornwoll ia to continuo in tho responsible posi
BJ?on of Matron. Young ladies coming to tina in
ition can bo boarded in the Collogo building,
I. ampio apaco has boon provided for this pur
., under tho immediate control of Mrs. Thorn
New Poland in Spotb?lvania Count..-Tho
ichmond Enquirer says tho oulemont of PoUsh
'"" ?. in Spotsylvania Countyf caUod Now Poland,
,feir to ne a most significant success as tho be
ling of direct immigration to the South. Tho
iigrants aro said to bo happy and contented,
1 aro devoting themselves assiduously to labor,
i Saturday last, Gonoral Toshman, assisted by
, W. II. B?obardaon, visited a number of our
aoBs mon for tho purpose of procuring contri
_jm. for tho maintonanco of tbo colony during
i coming winter. Tho colony makes no appeal
charity, but being political oxilos, thoy have
io to Virginia utterly destitute of mean? to lay
uo necessary stores for thoir winter's support.
, spring thoy expect to bo in a condition not
ly to maintain thomoolvos, but also to demon
ate tho value of thoir prononce among tho peo
nucnvB Fibe.-A slip from tho office of tbo
i<5ro' Nowa, recoivea on Saturday night,
lit tho upwelcomo nowa that a fire broke out
3 _p-8tairs of tho Grantor Hotel, in that
on Saturday morning, av-4 o'clock, destr?y
te Hotel and all tho buildings contiguous.
of tbo furniture was also destroyed or badly
"*, With great difficulty tho Uro waa pro
froi 11 epreadiug to a railroad shed and aloro
i neighborhood. It is bolieved to have boon
?l fire by a mysterious stranger, who, a short
boforo, loft tho hotel. St ?ling followod the
og, and tho los of tho proprietors was
, /The hotel buildings woro insurod, but to
t amount had not transpired.
-, . ,?- .!'-.
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE STOEE.
jxro- seo jEszinsra- st., opp. db-b^-.tj-P-a.hst.
BOOTS. HUE .TRUNKi, VALISES, ETC, AT RETAIL.
TTAVINO Rk'CENTLY RETCRNLD l'ROM TUE NORTH, WITH A NEW. LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF
BOOTS SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, &c,
I ?in prepar.? I to favor all Who may pay in?> a vinlt with Goods as cheap as the chcapcBt. Thero will always be
found oh han?), ti large a-toriiue-1 of Lmllui um) Gentlemen'a
CUS * tM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES.
Also, LADIES', MISSUS' rikI CHILDREN'S BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS always on hand. J
would also pall Bpeci-J attention to my assortment ol'
TB?VELLING THUINKS AND VALISES,
Bein/? fully asfiircd Hint my Stock cannot bo -urpaMOd by any dealer in tbia or any city j ' ulb.
-RX-^A-ISlT-A-TIOOSr SHOES _?_lSrX5 ZBOOTJ3
FC*. MKlf, WUMBH A"V_> CHILDUKIV.
No moan?-? or exprimo 'i ITO been spurod to m.iJco my present Stock onoof t lio most attractive; and,
ns ?li Ilia j*i>i>d? Luv . boen hoIooIo I l?v mv-elf, in person, I cun warrant u;iti-i-i*tiou to all who may
?ive mo h call. fihrDO NOT FOIt?ET TU li NU-USE-Lf?
N0 26 ) i_ING STREET, OPPOSITE BEAUFAIN.
#_-** MoMra. O. B. GIl?SON and C. a, BPE-t?8EGQEB would be happy to seo thoir friends at the
above ec-labli^hmcnt. tullis 2mo., Octobor 2
--?-am-m-? MBggMljBMMIa ??.?.?-..?- mj-i ??? 11 -po-m-mmmI --------.---------__-?.-------___^-^_--_---__
THOMAS J. FLACK & SONS,
EMPORTEES & DEALERS
gi, iii, iiwm ali, if,
No. 52 SOUTH STREET,
A LARGE STOCK OF THE FINEST fiRVDKS OF
OLD MONONGA??ELA, RYE AND BOURBON WHISKEY
CON8TA-?TLY ON HAND AND AT LOWEST PRICES.
November 8 ??..?., i~?^"
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC^
THE JACKET OF GREY,
OTHER FUGITIVE POEMS.
It V -1RS. C. A. HALL.
EN MEMORIAM OF OUIt LOVED AND LOST CAUSE,
AND OUR MARTYRED DEAD-"OUTNUMBERED
For salo at RUSSELL'S, HOLMES AND COURTE
NAY'S BOOK STORES.
JXS' Subscribers will receive their numbers at as early
o ?lay as possible. November 17
50tli YEAR OF PUBLICATION.
ALMANAC FOR 1867.
A COMPLETE HVNDBOOK FOR THE PLANTER,
Merchant, Mcolianlc, Navigators, 4?-c. Price per
hundred ?13.00; ?2.00 por dozen,
HIRAM HARRIS, Publishor,
No. 69 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Novombor 10_ lmo
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A largo supply of STATIONE* .
PUOTOGltAPBH, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARCES for 1BG7, Eto.
A Ano and largo selection of NOVELS, by tbo most
celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
All tho MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re
ceived for the same.
Orders from tho country oro respectfully solicited.
TERMS LIBERAL. November 8
ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTORY.
SUCH AS RECORDS FOB PUBLIC OITOO-H,
Ledgern, Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, ko., con
Btantly ou hand, and modo to order, and with any de
scription of Ruling. Nonobnt tho best workmen em
ployed, ami tho beat materia-* used.
A practical experience of twenty years io the ?.boro
line, and with faclUUea mimirp-ssod, enablo mo to war
rant BatiBMcUon. ' -,
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTING
In all its branches, with bow typo, now pirfisses, tnd
advantages not oxcolled in titi? city. Lawy cr'u lilankn.
Titles, Bonds, MortgJgoa, Ac, 4c., on band and printod
to order. . tutkslyr Dtxomb-?-li
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
SLIDER & BURKE,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
DEALERS IN FLAT CAP, NOTE, LETTER, BILL
AND FOOLSOAP PAPERS.
NH.VT HULLS house:,
NO. 69 MEETING 8TREET,
Charleston, 8. C
THOS. P. SLIDER.W. B. BURKE.
Novembor 27 tuths3
mm GOODS DEALERS
Stationer and Manufacturer
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, and
CARTE DE VISITE,
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO SAY THAT HE IS STILL
located at hin old stand,
No. 126 Nassau-st., New York,
Where ho continues to supply the Jobbing and Retail
Trade with all articlon In tbo BOOK AND STATIONERY
LINE, on the most liberal terms.
Books, Stationery; Note, Letter, Cap, Lops! Cap, Bill
and Bath Papen., Photograph Alb-ma, Carte de Visite
for Albania, Blank Dooks, Inks, MuolUge, Envelopes,
-C, ic., io great variety and oheap.
A superior lino of POCKET DIARIES for 1867.
Catalogue sent on application. ......
Orders promptly ulled. AddresB
No. 120 NASSAU-STREET, NEW YORK.
October 20 60
THE FINEST LIQUORS, ALES AND 8EGAR8, AL
WAYS ON HAND; NEW YORK AND MILL POTO)
H. H. BADENHOP & CO.,
No. 133 Meeting-Street,
November 10 CHARLESTON, S. O.
EXTRA FENDERS, FIRE BASKETS, ASH SIFTERS,
BLOWERS, and other paris oi Orates furnished promptly by
SHEPHERD & COHEN,
NO. 897 KINO SIS-BEX.
COOKING STOVES AND RANGES.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH OUR FRIEN.V S AND
CUSTOMERS with the most approved varieties of the above. Our
long and thorough experience in this City enables us to fur
nish the very best article of every class, and WE GUARANTEF
THE PERFECT OPERATION OF EVERY RANGE OR STOVE W7
AMONG OUR I.ANOES THERE IS ?ME
DEFIANCE IMPROVED MOTTS PATENT,
The most convenient, simple, durable and tasteful RANGE ever
made in America, and one that combines all the best and latest
We have the exclusive sale of the celebrated
STEWART'S PATENT COOKING
Which, to all the usual convenience, of tho best of other
STOVES, adds a COPPER RESERVOIR for water heated by the
waste smoke; a spacious CL03__T 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, r.ud we will take pleasure in showing
it to all who may call upon us.
SHEPHEED <& COHEN,
No. 207 K.IKG STREET, CHARLESTON.
Soplo tuber 29 .mo
TINWARE AT WHOLESAL?T
WE, HAVING P?RCH18ED VALUABLE MACHINERY FOR THE PURPOSE j?F
manufacturing Tinware extensively ia all its branches, would respectfully cal)
the attention of Merchants and Dealers throughout the country to our Wares.
Having greater facilities than any other House in the State, we are able to offer
our doods as low as they can be boughton New York? with the expenses added.
SHEPHEED & COHEIST,
KO. 297 KING STREET. CHARLESTON.
CHEAP CASH STOEE.
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, &C
THE DEALER UV FINK
GOODS, CAN NOW BE FOUND
AT THE CORNER KINO AND
CANNON STREETS. THE PUB
LIC, AS WELL A8 HIS
FRIENDS, CAN OBTAIN A
FIRST-CLASS 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.
King and Cannon.sir.ct.
November 3 lmo
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
YATES & BRO,
No. 449 KING-STREET,
IFO'CTIER DOOBS IST O IE?, TH OF OALHOUN,
TZEEP CONSTANTLY IN STORE A FULL AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
OKOIOB FAMILY QROOBRIES,
ALES, -OTI-JTES, 3__.IG_XJOI-S, ?SeO.,
WHICH THEY ARE SELLING AT REASONABLE TRICES.
GOODS PDROHASED FBOM US WILL BE DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OP THE CITY, RAILROAD
DEPOTS, ko., WITHOUT ADDITIONAL. EXPENSE.
LIBERAL ISD?OEMENTU OF?EI1KD TO THE TRADE, AT THE SIGN OF
THE "BIO PITCHER."
GEO. J. HENKELS, LACY & CO.,
Thirteenth and Chesnut Streets,
Wo hftTO a salt of
And Fui-iehod Completo as
PARLORS AND CHAMBERS.
Purchasers can soo how a suit of Purni turo will appear
In their house, and can from these rooms ___zo a better
selection than they oau from rhmltoro proi_iss_on-ly
P_^<*41n*ArgewwxirooD?, amo? SoTamher38
I? avail a Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MURBAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVTNGTON, KY., 15TH AND
SOth each month. Sohcrao, 30,000 tickets-637
?rlzcs. Wholo ticket-, $10; halves, 98; quarters, $4.
Prize of.?60,000 a Prizca of.$4,600
1 Prize of.$20,000 20 Pri-oa of.$1,000
1 Prize of.$8,950 C3 Prizen of.$600
1 Prize of..$8,000 165 Prizes of.$300
220 Prizes of $200.
C4 Approximation Prizes amounting to $13,050.
Comblnatiou Lottery dravB every day. Tickets from
$1 to SUO.
circulars sent free. Drawings mailed as soon as tho
Lottery Is drawn.
Address H. T. PETERS, United States Licensed Agent,
No. 90 Hnsol street, Charleston,-. 0., or Ko, Box 62 P.O.
November 10 3ino
JACOB COHEN & CO.,
Brokers, Auctioneers and General
NO. 46 EAST BAY,
BUY AND BELL ON CO_U?l?-ION REAL ESTATE;
STOCKS, BONDS, -c, ko, ?mo November 6
AK Ulli! AL? CilC-TV & ?0.,
Sliiuiiiiig an? Commission lerftai?.
NOttTK ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
A. ??my.*_U A. SoailoT.S. "*"". ?5?>U?Ur,
wjLLis it mmu?t
FACT0R8, C09fiH!88IOn ME?fnASTfl,
WILL ATTEND TO TL'E PUROUASI?, . ALS A2D
.?lilPMENT (to Voielgn and Dor-outo l'orU) s
CCTTON, RIOE, LUMBER and NAVAL t-.'i'OLl.t*.
.?TU?iTKi wiiAiil-", Otxmrl*slaa, .**. c.
a. willis._ -.'iilbo.ua
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
SMlliig and Coiiiiiiissioii Kercliaats,
IMPORTERS OF W. WDIA PKODUCE.
COU. EAST DAY AND ACCOMMOUATIuN WHARF.
WILLIAM H. tULLILAND&SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE N0. 33 HAYNE STREET.
-P-A. o T o je*,
No. 2, Corner Broad and Church sts.,
No? 7 Vanuerhorst's Wharf.
j$-~ Ordors and oonslgiimentH of COTTON, RICE,
NAVAL STORES, PROVISIONS, PRODUOE, &o., SO
lelted Omo September 36
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
(Fon__-R-- OorAiiTNKii of J. I". Aro eh k Co.),
IMPORTEB AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE, CUT
LERY, GUNS, AND AGUICULT?HAL
NO. 81_KINGST.,THIt*D DOOR BELOW SOCIETY,
Chab-zstoh, 8. 0.
October 1 Brnos
BOWERS & S?LCOX,
1RS, AUCTIONEERS AND GENERA
No. 1-7 Meeting Street, opposite tho Market.
)N HAND CONSTANTLY: FARMS,PLANTATIONS,
HOUSES AN D LOTH for sale and to rent. Aro
/spared to re?oive all kinds of GOODS, WARES AND
IER0HANDI8E, PRODUCE, kc, on consignment,
?lao. FUBNITURE, HORSES, AND VEHICLES Of
very description for sale. Will also give our special
attention to OUT-DOOR SALES. ____ September 5
WHO_-_A.-_ AHO BETAIL DS-LXQ TU
CL0T1IS, CASSIMERES AND TESTINGS,
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 Broad street,
July 98 ?moa CHARLESTON, H. O.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers baving leased this favorite boase, It
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
Anti Is uow prepared with the most perfect
appointments for Hie reception of guests.
The flrat position among -rat-class Hotels will b?
inalutvjof- In tbe fntnre, nu in the paat.
September 3 8m08 liAEKR & FARLEY
?TKAitl GAS FITTER AND PLUMBKI
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS F1XXURES. GAS
Kin INO AND A'LL'AU'IMt PK.-.A-.l'TLY A*!
fended CO. So ''. ?ClK-iSXttrii
MVEGA, YOUNG & M. KENZIE,
HW AND COLLECTM OFFICE,
Nos. 30 and 10 Park Bow,
OKOROB B. YOUNO, J NEV* YORK.
OBRARD L. MCKENZIE,
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF ?TOREION OOLLJDO.
TION BUHINEH8 of Messrs. BIRNEY, PRIER.
TISH ft FLANDERS, w? mil attend io the coUeotlon of
uaotdne and mat-ring olalms throngbo-t the Unite
ates a_3 Gvu-a.
COMMISSIONERS TOR ALL TBE STATE?,
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAB
S "**?SS?\*?_- *??>-* -"?SX
H AH NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND DEAUT
ryn'G the complexion and skin.
Sold by DragglsU ovory here.
Depot No. 74 Pulton-street, New York.
KING & J ASSIDEY. A?rente.
f i... .h -rf.ti,i?-(? i'i)M'i.i?iT'i>tM-?,
E. M. W HITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRAT!..
rjAg HFMOYED HIS CFPTCK UPOM CitA__?EBfl
JTT. STltEET, to No. S? CHURU/l S?RKE1. one?oa
?otlhot Broad street. An_n&t81
Siiniii?E & Commissiuu Mer?baats,
NO. 4 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHABF,
CHAUU-HTON, 8. C.
JT. J. WHITE. ,.GEORGE?-}, XAXX*\