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FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER l?, 1866.
The following are the Agents for this paper:
W. A. HEMINGWAY, General Traveling and Collecting
COLES MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col?
TOWNSEND & NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers,
Columbia, S. O.
O. EL GOODMAN, Cross Hin, Laurens District, S. C.
J. V. NETHERS, Union, S. C.
Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, S. C.
<3oL J. ?-RYAN," Barnwell, S. C.
J. T. DuBOIS, Marion.
C. S. H?RBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison Co., Ka.
PATRICK & HUVEY, Macon, Ga.
J..Y. H. WTTiTiTAMS, Clinton, S. C.
J.. E. ALLEN, Chester C. H., S. C.
W- S. LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C.
B. P. BRADFORD, Walterhoro*. S. C.
H. L. DARR, Sumter, S. C.
THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangehurg, S. C.
J. M. BROWN, "Southerneroffice," Darlington, S. C.
Ht. M. QUINN Sc BRO., Augusta.
J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DAVEGA Agent in New York.
J. L. SHECTJT, Agent at Atlanta, Ga.
WM. HENDERSON, Agent at Bennetteville, S. C.
FTRE.-A fire broke out on Sunday night about
seven o'clock, in the Markham building on Peach?
tree street. The fire originated in the drug store
of J. J. McGants & Co., and was caused, we un?
derstand, by the explosion of a kerosene lamp.
There was no one in the store present at the time,
but the fire was soon discovered, and the alarm
given, but not until too late to save the store.
Most of its contents were also lost.
McCants & Co.'s loss will amount to between
$12,000 and $15,000. They were about half covered
i? Burnham & Wands, grocers and liquor dealers
next door, loss about $10,000, over and above their
Mr. Markham's building was pretty well in?
sured. The building was of brick, but covered
with wood.-Atlanta Era.
Jim Harcrow, a noted desperado, was killed at
Buckhead, near Atlanta, on Wednesday last. He
had been a terror to the entire community for
some time past, and the citizens at last became
aroused and hunted him down. A respectable
citizen, in whoae house he had taken refuge, was
also killed by a chance shot.
The Augusta Chronicle publishes proposals for
carrying the mails to all parts of the State, for
four years from the first of July next. Under this
arrangement, it is proposed to open all the old
offices, which, when it goes into effect, will be a
blessing to our people.
AN INCIDENT.-Passing down Bull street yester?
day morning, our attention was arrested (mark,
only our attention) by a detachment of ?Jnitod
States soldiers having in custody six well dressed
and respectable looking individuals. Upon in?
quiring of the reticent guard, we were apprised
that the gentlemen prisoners were Aaron L>. Nun
nallv, Esq., a leading lawyer in Griffin, Mr. Thoa.
Noli, Charles C. Starke, Charles Wright, Littleton
J. Bloodworth, and William S. Browne, all citizens
of Pulaski County, in this 8tate; who were arrest?
ed upon complaint made before the authorities,
for a violation of the provisions of the civil rights
bill, for threatening to hang a Union man in
Griffin if he did not leave the place in twenty-four
We felt saddened at the sight thus presented,
and wondered why the reason of men did not al?
ways control their actions. They were Bent to
Fort Pulaski to await their trial before Commis?
sioner Stone. We learned also that the town of
Griffin, Ga., was garrisoned by a company ol
United States troops.-Savannah JiepubUcan.
BOLD BOBBERY.-A gentleman named T. J.
Bowen, formerly of Greensboro', was knocked
down and robbed in this city on Thursday night at
an early hour. The point at which the robbery
took place at once stamps it as one of the boldest
we have ever been called upon to mention. He
-was passing near the Government corral, on the
eorner of Loyd and Alabama streets, when he was
assaulted by several men wearing the United
States uniform. A severe blow from one of them
felled him to the earth, when the sum of $80 wae
abstracted from his pockets. He was severely
beaten while down, the miscreants demanding oi
him his pistol, but having none he was left in an
recognize and identify th? parties"to^n^Tnfanibai
transaction, the victim has no redress, though the
commanding officer of the troops at this point wae
prompt to offer any assistance in his power to
bring them to justice. These facts we learn from
Mr. Bowen himself.-Atlanta Intelligencer.
JIM HARCROW-THE DESPERADO.-The Borne
Courier makes this statement in regard to this
man's previous career :
"This man formerly lived near Allatoona, and
since the commencement of the war, has been the
terror of the country round about. He is repre?
sented as having been a fine looking man, and
some years since he stole the little daughter, some
13 or 14 years old, of a respectable citizen, and
married her. It is said to have been his motto te
kill any person who should speak against him.
For the past few years he has pursued a desperate
life of theft, robbery and murder; and, if reports
are true, many a victim has fallen by his hands.
It is said that he had' a band that supported him,
and, the hope is, that now their captain has fallen,
they may be brought to justice also.
TRIAL OF THE" GERMANIA STEAM FTRE ENGINE.
Yesterday afternoon, in front of our office, such a
stream of water was thrown as was never witness?
ed in thia city before. The Germania Engine,
under the charge of Engineer Willink, was steam?
ed up, and, from the hydrant at the corner of Bay
and Whittaker streets, she played a solid stream,
through an inch and a quarter nozzle, a distance
of 218 feet. After this trial, through 300 feet of
hose, she threw over the weathercock of the Ex?
change, with 120 pounds of steam. This perform?
ance establishes the value of the engine.
HORRIBLE MURDER AND ROBBERY AT PALATKA.
A friend at Palatka has furnished us with an ac?
count of the most cold blooded and deliberate
murder it has ever been our melancholy duty to
Chronicle. The facts are briefly these : Mr. Wil?
liam B. Stevens, Sheriff of Putnam County, and
ex-officio Tax Assessor and Collector, attended an
appointment on Thursday, the 29th ult., at John
Register's, for the purpose of receiving the State
and County tax from the citizens of that precinct.
About 4 P. M. he left for Palatka on horseback,
taking with him what money he had collected,
supposed to be between two and three hundred
dollars. On the Monday following his body was
found about two miles from Register's, pierced in
the breast by a rifle of pistol ball, and his pockets
rifled and robbed of the money. Our informant
states that Mr. Stevens had been induced to travel
an unfrequented way. His horse had been hitched,
and so remained for some days, until found. The
shock to the family was very great, as the first in?
timation they had of their loss was the arrival ol
the body in their midst. Mr. Stevens was a high?
ly respected citizen, and his loss will be deeply
felt, not only by his immediate friends but the en?
We learn from our informant that there is no
Sheriff, Coroner or Constable left in the County
to make an arrest, if found necessary, and that
the excitement in the community iav very great.
Tu the absence of the Judge, who is authorized
to appoint the proper officer, we trust that the
citizens will act promptly in the matter, and se?
cure the offender before he has time- to flee the
country-Jacksonville (Fla.) Union.
FIRE AT MICANOPY.-We regret to learn that
several business buildings of the beautiful town
or Micanopy, were destroyed by fire one night last
week, said to be the work of an incendiary. The
store of O'Toole & Denton, in which the fire
originated, with their entire stock of goods, was
destroyed. Thia is the second time they have
been burned out within twelve months. They
were covered to the amount of $10,000, by insur?
ance, we learn. The loss of other parties we have
not ascertained.-Ocala Banner.
O .A. 33. 3D
SAM'L G. BLACK,
No. 85 BROAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
SUITS OF "WHICH WELL BE MADE TO ORDER AT
. JAMES MCCORMICK,
November 27_MERCHANT TAILOR.
?WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER XN
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AM) VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHINGS- GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
July 23 6mo3 CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. J. HEMELS, LACY & CO,
Thirteenth and Chesnut Streets,
We bave a snit of
And Furnished Complete as
PARLORS AMI CHAMBERS.
Purchasers can see how a suit of Furniture .will appear
in their house, and can from these rooms make a better
selection than they can from furniture promiscuously
j glaced in lsrge warerooms. 2mos November 26 ?
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
WAItBES IND JEWELRY.
NO. 266 KING STREET,
mAKES THIS METHOD TO INFORM HTS FRIENDS,
I and the public generally, that he has now a full and
j complete stock of CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SPECTACLES, PLATED WARE, &o.
: His stock comprises many handsome DIAMOND
I RINGS and DIAMOND SETS, as well as Sets in various
i other Stones.
SILVER WARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
AU suitable for BRIDAL or CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
December 10 mwCT
(FORMERLY,WITH JOHN MOOD,)
MaanfaGturing Jeweller and Silyersmitli,
INFORMS HTS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC THAT
he has taken rooms in Beaufain street, near King,
to the rear of the establishment of Messrs, William G.
< Whilden & Co., where he will attend to all orders for
Manufacturing or Repairing any description of Jewelry
or Silverware at the shortest notice.
Masonic Jewels in sets or singly furnished to order.
December 10 mwf2mo
CONFECTIONERY? TOYS, ETC.
COR; KINO AND ANN STREETb,
A. D. FLEMING,
?Wholesale and. Retail.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM BUS FRIENDS
and the public generally that he has now and keeps
j constantly on hand a large and increased stock of fresh
CANDIES of his own manufacture, as well as a complete
stock of FRENCH CONFECTIONERIES of direct impor?
tation. With the improvements recently made to his
Factory, he has every facility for supplying the city and
I country trade. Merchants from the country mobing pur*
chases for the HOLIDAYS are solicited to examine his
; stock, as liberal inducements wfll be offered to them.
December 8 lmo*^
NO. 681 KING STREET,
I Near Upper Guard House.
T. P. FORRESTON,
. JOBBER AND DKALER IN
FANCY CHINA GOODS FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
FANCY WORSTED GOODS,
November 26 -- Imo
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON S. C.
A. GETTY........E. A. SOUDER........8. T. SOUDER.
July 7 _
STENCIL PLATES FOR MARKING BOXES, BAR?
RELS, Clothing, Cards, Envelopes, ?tc, cut in the
neatest styles and any design. Business Card Plates cat
at very low rates.- Name Plates mr marking .Clothing
warranted to please. Encourage a Ch&rlestonian. AU
orders left with S. Lawrence Stein, at Messrs. H. Bischof!
& Co., East Bay, will meet with prompt attention.
-, GEOBCUE H. STEIN,
November24 .too . Chtrleston,S. C.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND
Edgerton & Kichards,
- NO. 32 BROAD STREET.
mHE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
I and tue -oublie generally that ho is now receiving
his Stock of .
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
CONSISTING OF :
BLACK. AND COLORED CLOTHS
Black and Fancy Cassimeres, in'great variety of styles
Beaver and Pilot Cloths
Plain and Figured Velvet, Silk and Cassimere Vestings.
All of which aro of the best
FOREIGN MD DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE.
. I take pleasure in informing tho public that having se?
cured the services of one of
THE BEST CUTTERS
in the country, who, from his extensive experience, beth
in Europe and America, ia prepared to guarantee A FIT
As Successor of Edgerton & Richards
I would inform the old patrons of the establishment that
I have their
AND CAN FILL
ORDERS FROM THEIR FORMER CUSTOMERS
AT A DISTANCE WITH SATISFACTION.
J. S. PHILLIPS.
December 1 Imo
1 8 3 O,
AT CORNER OF EAST DA? AND QUEEN ST.,
AND NOW RE-OPENED AT
NO. 219 KING STREET,
WEST SIDE, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET
STREET, UNDER THE CARE OF
THE SAME PRINCIPAL
HATE RECEIVED DURING THE
past week a lar<*e invoice of
to fill up their Stock, and can now
offer to purchasers choice and at?
tractive styles of GARMENTS of all
ROYS' AND YOUTHS'
THE BEST SUPPLY LN THE CITY.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PURE LAMBS?
WOOL AND MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWEES.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT
well supplied with a variety of
which can he made up under the su?
pervision of a first-class FRENCH
CUTTER, who is calculated to please
every one that^ will favor us with
B. W. McTUHEO?S, Superintendent.
November 23_ ?_
EARHART, WHITFORD &
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 66, 67, 69
and Cl, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 6mo AT. HAMILTON..
RENTING AGENCY. .
LANDLORDS AND TENANTS SUITED.
HOUSES BENTED-PLANTATIONS AND FARMS
LEASED-Hotses procured in any part of the City ats
moderate charge to Tenante-Plantations and Farms
procured In, any part of the Country.
Chargea moderate. Call and regia ter your names at our
offle?. SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
'i Real Estate Af?ente, No. ?V7 Broad street,
November 14 \ .. South side, near State street.
;'.-*.:.?...::_... xi??rO !>CA .?T?'OAW .1 .T .JTOTIAW ! "".
MEW GOODS !
Just Received, at the
No, 287 King street,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
"WE WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
VERY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF
FANCY IND STAPLE DRY GOODS
Most of -which h38 just been purchased by one of the 1
Firm at much tower prices than we have yet been able
to show this season.
Our city and country friends, and the public generally,
are respectfully invited to examine OUR STQCK before
purchasing elsewhere. We will guarantee all Goods at
the lowest market prices.
Some Goods we are offering at very low prices,
LLNEN CRASH, for Towels, at.. 10c.
BLEACHED LINEN CRASH at.. 12}?c.
VERY GOOD LONGCLOTH at.. 12}?c.
GOOD SHIRTING LONGCLOTH from.17 to 20c
GOOD BROWN SHIRTINGS at 7 yds. for.$1.00
CALICOES at. 12 Kc.
A FEW MOURNING CALICOES, a little dam?
aged, at. 12>?c.
NEW STYLES AND BEST QUALITIES, at
.16??,18%, 20 to 26c.
ONE CASE OF ASSORTED PURPLE TRENTS,
ranging from.20 to 30c.
4-4 PURPLE PRINTS, English.
4-4 BROWN MIXED PRINTS, French.
We have also opened entirely new and very desirable
patterns, in all of the very best makes of PRINTS.
FURNITURE PRINTS AND WHITE AND COLORED
MU GOODS DEFiltTMEOT.
WE WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
TWENTY-FIVE CENT COUNTER, which contains a
Tariety of Goods at almost half price, consisting of a few
COLORED WORSTED PLAIDS,
COLORED CASHMERE PLAIDS,
PLAID LUSTRES, for Mourning,
Together with other DRESS GOODS, which are very
cheap at twenty-five cents.
ALSO TO OUR THIRTY TO THIRTY-FIVE CENT
COUNTER, which contains an assortment of
PL A TN AND MIXED POPLINS,
? PRINTED MERTNOES,
A FEW PIECES OF PLAIN MERTNOES AND STRIPED
DELATNES, double width, which we now offer at 30 to
35 cents-original prices 50 to 66 cents.
We also invite attention to many other styles of
BRESS GOODS that we have marked down in ?imiim
ENGLISH MERTNOES AND COBURGS.
FRENCH MERTNOES, from..$1.00 to 1.25 and $1.40.
Some of the pieces are very cheap in all shades.
FULL LINES OF EMPRESS CLOTHS TN ATT.
COLORS, in Drabs, Slates, Royal Purple, French Blue,
Mazarine Blue, Maroons, ?tc, &c, which we wfll sell
cheap; together with almost every style of DRESS j
GOODS usually brought to this market.
WE ARE SHOWING FULL LINES OF GOODS IN
EVERY OTHER DEPARTMENT.
CLOTHS AND FLANNEL DEPARTMENT.
NEW STYLE HOOP SKIRTS IN THE BEST
BLACK GOODS AND SILK GOODS DEPART?
We are offering a beautiful line of Colored Silks and
mil line of Black Silks in all qualities.
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPARTMENT.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
Foll lines of English and German Hosiery. .
Two faD lines of French Kid Gloves in every number.
OUR LINEN AND DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT will be
found well stocked with all the most useful articles for
family and housekeeping purposes; together with every
other article to be found in oar line, which we wfll sell
at the lowest market prices for CASH OR CITY AC?
Oar country friends can make their purchases by
order, or should they visit the city, we wfll be glad to
have them call on us.
j Ni B.-SAMPLES AND PRICE LISTS seat free of
Siarge to any part of the State.
Be sore and can at
ST0LL, WEBB & 0?.'S,
NO. 287 KING STREET,
(Bancroft's Old Stand).
FINDING IT NECESSARY (IN ORDER BETTER TO
accommodate our friends and customers) to en?
large our Store, prow.ratory to the chance, we will offer
our STOCK Ol? EINE DRESS GOODS for tho nest
twenty (20) days at greaiiy reduced prices.
Included in tho above cun he found Frond) All-"Wool
Mcrinoee, Poplins and Empress Cloths in many dillerent
qualities ; Plaid and Striped Poplins, Lustres, Poplincttes,
?c., together with many lower grades of Dress Goods; all
of which have been marked down ten to twenty per cent.,
and will be sold without resorve, in order to make room
for intended improvements.
J. R. REA? & CO.,
No. 263 KING STREET,
December 5 \vth2-fmw Opposite Hasel.
J. R. READ I fi,
RECEIVED FER LAST STEADIER,
CONSISTING OF :
LADIES' DRESS CAP3, WIDOWS CAPS
Lace Barbs, Coiffures and Head Dresses
Real Valenciennes, Cluny
Thread and Point Lace Collars
Elegant Lace Sets, in Real Lace, richly trimmed
Lace Waists, Berthes and Capes
Real and Imitation Laces, Blondes, kc.
ALSO, A FOIX ASSOMMENT OF
BLACK CRAPE COLLARS
White Tarletan Collars, for mourning
Black Crape Frilling, Lace Veils, new shape
Love Veils, Seamless Kid Gloves
Silk and Lisle Thread Gloves, Children's Gloves
Men's Doeskin, Buck and Kid Gloves
Men's Superior English Half Hose, Ladies' Hosiery
A full line of the finest English and German Goods
Handkerchiefs, in Lace Trimmed, Embroidered,
Hemmed and Plain.
A beautiful assortment in all styles, Qualities and
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. 263 KING, OPPOSITE H ASEL STREET.
ELEGANT BLACK SILKS,
COLORED DRESS SILKS,
AJ. E. READ & CO.?,
December 5 . wfm ' No. 263 KING STREET.
"tTTE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT FROM UV
. W ERPOOL
1150 dozen FRENCH CORSETS, assorted sizes
100 dozen HAIR, FURNITURE, AND CLOTH ES
: A full supply of FANCY GOODS for the City and Coun?
STRAUSS, VANCES & C0.s .
November 23 f6 No. ISO MEETING STREET.
JUST RECEIVED, PER BRIG CARDIGAN, FROM
Liverpool, a full line af
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
BROADCLOTHS & CA&IMERES,
Merinos, UncLersliiris, Poplins M Alpacas.
STRAUSS, TANCES & CO.,
November 23 f8 No. 130 MEETING STREET.
MULH?ER? ra MAW GOODS,
MRS, M. J. ZERNOWS,
KO. 399 BUNG-STREET.
W H E R E WELL BE
found a full and varied
assortment of FRENCH
j PATTERN BONNETS,
and an the new and fash?
ionable styles of: HATS,
CENTRAL PARKS AND'
TURBANS, in ENGLISH
STRAW, PedaL Silk Bea
ver, Black and Drab Felt.
French Chip, and all the FANCY BRAIDS.
RIBBONS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, and every novel?
ty of the season In the Millinery Line, to which the at?
tention of the Ladies generaUy are respectfully invited.
October 24_? _wfm2mo
inss?. A. MUBTLAND,
NO. 295 KING STREET,
(OVER MESSRS. SHEPHERD, DUC & COHEN.}
T\*TS8 MUBTLAND (FORMERLY WITH THE
lu. Misses MITCHELL) takes this method of inform?
ing her friends, and the public generally, that she has
opened the "MTLT.TNERY BUSINESS" at the above
puce, where she Witt? be happy to see all who may favor
her with a call.
HATS of all styles and descriptions constantly on hand
and made to order. mwf2mos October 15
FIRE IS?11E COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL..?.>. .$10,000,000 Uff GOEOD.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. ?0 ADOEB'S SOUTH WHARF.
December 7 ' - .
DISEASES OF THE
EYE AND EAR.
[FORMERLY OF LONDON, ENGLAND.]
OCULIST AND AURIST.
EYE AND EAR.
EESPECTF?LLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS OF
Charleston and vicinity that he will bc hero again?,
at the Charleston Hotel, on Monday, December 17th, and
remiin until Saturday, the 22d. After that time monthly.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 A. BI. TO G P. M.,.
And can be consulted on DEAFNESS, NOISE IN THE.
HEAD, CATARRH, DISCHARGES FROM THE EAR,
SCALES IN THE EAR, ACCUMULATION OF WAX IN
THE EAR, OBSTRUCTION OF THE EUSTACHIAN
TUBE, and all Acute or Chronic Diseases of the EYE
AND AIR PASSAGES.
INSERTED WITHOUT PAIN, AND PERFECTLY
RESEMBLING THE NATURAL EYE.
OPERATIONS FOR CATARACT,
Artificial Pupil, &c,
avilifnilv performed, and all diseases of the
EYE AND EAR
treated, and every operation in Aural and Opthal?
mic Surgery performed by
Principal Olee, 84 West dStlist., N.T..
J9S* For reference, testimonials, Sec., send for a
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS, jg
The Louisville Journal says : " The testimonials wh?B??
Dr. Gardner presents to the public could never have been "
obtained, except by the display of great skill and learn?
ing in his profession. One thing especially commendable- j
in the Doctor's practice is, that he will not attempt an I
incurable disease for the sake of a fee, but frankly tells j
the u*fci?nt whether he can be cured or not We cheer- I
fully recommend Dr. uaroner u> tho attention of all our
friends who may be suffering from diseases of the eye I
and ear. /
The Richmond Times sayB : "We have no hesitation in/
saying that Dr. Gardneris the most scientific and enc]
cessful eye and ear surgeon in this country." - [
Dr. Gardner's treatment of the eye and ear is wonder*
ink-Richmond Enquirer. f
We feel justified in recommending Dr. Gardner mt
those suffering from diseases of the eye and ear. j
We can safely and cordially recommend Dr. Gardner,
who will fulfill all he undertakes to perform.
The New Orleans True Delia says : "We can safely
recommend Dr. Gardner as a successful operator on the
eye and ear. He will not undertake to treat a case unifies
a cure can he effected. J ?
t The Wheeling Register says : "Dr. Gardner is one at j
'Hb? most successful Oculists ?and Aurista in the country, i
We advise those suffering from the diseases of the ey?
and ear to consult him." , [ .
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, HORSE HOSE!*
Corn Mills, Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters A
! Cotton, Corn and Garden Seed Planters 1
Grain Cradles, Sythes and Snaths i
Shovels, Spades, Forks and Hoes i "JJ
Rice and Grain Fan Mills J
Hand and Power Cotton Gins A
Horse Powers-of all kinds ' Jm
Reaping Machines, Threshing Machines
Grain Separators and Cleaners. "^iB
OPPOSITE FATIL?GS HOTEL.
AGENTS FOR THE
AGENTS FOR THEil:
LITTLE & MARSHALL;
NO; 140 MEETING -.STREBT
tvCHARLESTON, S. ?. fl