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COLUMBIA. S. a. THURSDAY MORNING*, OCTOBER 3, 1867.
VOLUME III-NO. 168.
PUBu?SHKD "DAUiT AND TRI-WEEKLT.
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EVERY WEDNESDAY MORIUNO.
BY lill I A M A cn Dv
, CITY PRINTER.
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Tri-Weekly, " " .2 50
Weekly, ?. ?' .1 50
Inserted at lo oquts per square for the first
insertion, and 50 oems for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
MdT A liberal discount made on the abort!
rotte token advertisements are inserted oy
the month or year.
J. R. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
8. P. Kinard, Newberry C. H.
W. T. 8ims, Union.
J. M. Allen, Greenville.
Taxation tn tne State.
The following is the text of an or?
der, says the Charleston News, mak?
ing appropriations for tho year, com?
mencing Ootober 1, 1867, -which will
be shortly issued by General Canby.
Some verbal alterations may yet be
made; but the substantial correctness
of the order, ns now printed, may be
confidently relied on:
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT-For sa?
lary of Governor, $3,500; for Private
Secretary of Governor, $1,200; foi
Messenger of Governor, 8100; foi
Contingent Fund of Executive De
partment, $25,000, subject to thc
draft of the Governor, and to be ac
counted for annually by him to tin
L?gislature?; for the rent of the Go
vernor's houso in Columbia, 8300
for two watchmen for new. Stat?
House and grounds, 8960, to b<
drawn on draft of the State House
keeper; for salary aud services o.
Secretary of State, in lieu of al
charges against the State for signing
L?GISLATIVE DEPARTMENT-For sa
lary of keeper of State House nut
Librarian, $300; for contingent ex
penses of Legislativo Library, to bi
paid on draft of the Librarian, ac
counted for by him, and reported bj
Treasurer, to tho General Assembly
8200, if so much be necessary.
JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT-For salar;
of Chief Justice, $3,600; for salarie
. of ten Judges and Chancellors, 83,00
each; for salary of Attorney-General
$1,100; for salaries of five Solicitors
8900 each; for salaries of thirty-on
District Judges, at 8500 each, 815,
000; for Clerk Court of Appeals, whi
shall be Librarian, 8800, same to ia
eludo expenses of fuel; for salary o
the messenger of said court, $225; fo
purchase of books for Library c
Court of Appeals, 81,000, to be draw
^ and expended by order of presidia
Justices; for fire-wood and fuel fe
Court of Appeals, 850, if so much b
necessary; for salary of State Repoi
ter, $1,500; aud several appropria
tions aforosiad, for Clerks, Libn
riane, Messengers, Reporters, and th
incidental espouses of Court of A]
peals, shull bo paid by the Treasure]
only upon warrants, to bo drawn b
presiding Judge of Court of Appenli
for pay of jurors and constable:
$00,000, if so much be necessary.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT- For salar
of Treasurer of State, $3,200, inclut'
ing salaries of clerks; for salary (
Comptroller-General, $2,500, inclut
ing clork'a salary; to Coniptrolle
General, $200, for making ont copi?
of tax returns iu 18G8;|for publisbin
tAX and appropri?t, i orders, 8301
to be expended by Comptroller-G
neral and accounted for to Goner
Assembly; for contingent expenses i
Comptrollor-Geuerars and Tre
surer's office, printing tax books ar
instructions to collectors, und di
tributing same, $3,500.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
For salaries of eleven Professor
811,000; for Librarian of Universit
who shall bo Secretary of Board I
Trustees, $600, to be paid by tl
Tref?"urcr of tho State, quarterly,
ii?.'.MI ace; for salary of Treasurer
University, $400; fo# salary of Bi
sar and Marshal, 8400; for repairs
University buildings, S2.000.
ORDINARY CIVIL EXPENSES-F
gayment of contingent ncconnts
tate, $25,000; for dieting and trtu
porting prisoners, 800,000; for sn
port of free schools, $25;000; pi
vided, that tho amount tima appi
priated shall be distributed accordi
to population, and shall be appli
to the benefit of all classe?; :
Lunatic Asylum, $19,718; provid
the sum of $0,000 shall be refund
to the Treasury of the State wb
arrearages due from Commission
of Poor of several Distriotc phail
ORDINARY LOCAL EXPENDITUR
For maintaining and keeping open
Roper Hospital in Charleston, 93,000,
to be paid to tho Medical Society in
trust for Roper Fund, to defray ex?
penses of said hospital; for salary of
physician of jail at Charleston, com
menoinjv fhn 27th of March, 1867,
3500; for enforcing quarantine in
South Carolina, $1,000; and for
salary of Port Physician of Charles?
ton, including boat hire, $800.
For support of Catawba Indians,
$1,200, to be paid to order of Indian
Agent, and to be expended under
order of tho Governor.
PuBiiio BUILDINGS.-For complet?
ing roof of State House in process of
construction, $2,000; for continuing
construction of penitentiary, for pay
of officers and guards, subsisting
guards and convicts, and clothing
convicts, $80,000, to be paid on the
drafts of the Governor.
EXTRAORDINARY EXTEND ?TU HES.
For rent and lixtures of a house for
use of Court of Appeals, $300-con?
tract relating thereto to bo approved
by Chief Justice before money is
drawn on his order.
It shall be tho duty of tho Com?
missioners of Public Buildings in the
several Districts to furnish the jailor
or Bheriff with a sufficient number ot
blankets for the comfort of all pri?
soners, and also to pay for such
medical attention and medicines as
may be required by the sick. Tho
sheriffs and jailors of the several
Districts in this State will promptly
make requisitions upon the commis?
sioners for blankets, and, if the same
are not furnished by the commission?
ers within five days, the sheriff shall
report the failuro to these headquar?
ters, giving the names of the persons
who may bc the commissioners in his
Tho contingent accounts of clerks,
sheriffs, coroners, magistrates, con?
stables, and other officers of tb ie
State, shall be forwarded to the
Comptroller-General, who shall audit
the same, and if found conformable
to law, he shall draw his warrant
upon the Treasurer for the payment
The Act entitled "An Act to pro?
vide for tho issue of bills receivable
in payment of indebtedness to the
Btaie, to tho amount of $500,000,"
passed December 21, 1865, and the
Act entitled "An Act to provide for
tho redemption of bills receivable,
issued by this State," passed Septem?
ber 20, 1866, are hereby continued in
Tho Treasurer of tho State of
South Carolina is hereby authorized
to pay tho appropriations herein
made, and tho salaries of public
officers, payable by law, out of funds
applicable thereto, which have fallen
due since the 1st day of October,
1867, and which may hereafter fall
No moneys raised under the provi?
sions of this order, or the Acts herein
mentioned, shall bo applied to the
payment of principal or interest of
any debt contracted or incurred in
support of the late war against the
THE MAN IN THE IKON CAGE-The
Military Commission, which has had
before it Sheriff Jesso C. Griffith, of
Caswell Couuty, N. C., who was
charged with maliciously confining
Wm. M. Johnson in an iron cage, has
rendered its decision, and acquitted
the prisoner. Johnson is tho man
who, according to General Sickles'
late speech, took a loaf of bread to
save himself from starvation, and waa
cruelly locked up in an iron cage,
without fire, clothing, or any comfort
but a long iron chain. He waa u
glorious martyr, and tho brutal sherill"
was to be punished as be deserved.
The case has been fully investigated,
and tho result is that shftiff Griffith
is promptly discharged. Perhaps,
Johnson would liku to do a little po?
litical lecturing on his own account.
He might succeed where others have
failed, and could not do worse than
those who have preceded him.
INCREASE or Tire GARRISON AT
WASHINGTON.-The garrison at Wash?
ington has been considerably rein?
forced within the past week or two.
and it now forms a military post of
more imposing strength than it ever
did before in timo of peace. These
accessions to the troops of tho de?
partment do not fail to create a great
doul of speculation, being made, too,
just on the evo of the meeting of
Congress, and at a time when so
much is being said about impeach?
ment and suspension of the Exocu
I tive, and Presidential coups d'etat.
A now iron bridge, across the
Yantio River, at Norwich, Conn.,
gave woy Thursday evening, and
gently submerged a train and several
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC RITTERS aro
rapidly gaining in public esteem. They
aro decidedly thu moat excellent Vegetable
Tonic yet i/iscovercd for tho cure of T>w.
ral debility and (Ughrdcra of tho stomach
or liver. Phoso wno have used them pro?
nounce them to b(! all that ia claimed for
them. For ?alo by all druggists.
April 12 fly Du. C. H. MIOT. Agent.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will euro tho Itch.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT wUl cure Salt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT eurea Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases ot
Frico 50 cents-br mail 60 cents. All
Druggists sell it. WEEKS A- POTTER,
Boston, Mass., Proprietors. Sept 18 fly
Tho life of all flesh ls blood. Tho
health of aU life is pure flesh. Pure blood
keeps out all diseases. The Queen's De?
light purifies the blood.
A COUGH. A COLD, OR A SOUK
THROAT, requires immediato attention,
and should be chocked. If allowed to con?
tinue, Irritation of tho Lungs, a Perma?
nent Throat Disease, or Consumption, ia
often tho result.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL, TROCHES
Having a direct influence to tho parts, give
immediate relief. For BRONCHITIS, ASTH?
MA, CATARRH, CONSUMPTIVE ANO Tuno.vi
DISEASES, Troches aro used with always
Singers and Public Speakers usc them t<
clear sud strengthen the voice.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches," and do not tako any of the worth
less imitations that may be offered. Soli
everywhere. Oct 27 f imo
t'ai-l>um-ICH unit lioili Come from im
pure blood. Nature throws out these im
purities of the blood, which should in
regarded a-* awarniug. Purify your blood
by using Heinitsh'S Queer:'- Delight.
OF ALL THE MEDICINES KNOW!
to tho world, and to the protection, uo:t
have been attended with such marked r.v
predation by the pnbii \ and scenred :':
approbation of t!.t profession, ?>:i RC< inti
cfit* extraordinary remedial powers, a
"HEIXITSU'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT." W
challenge tho world river to produce a sir
gio instance where any other medicine ha
attained such popularity, in *o short timi
as the Qu? en's Delight. Twenty-five hut
dred bottles i:iive gone forth from thc Cl
tabliahment o! FISHER ?V HEINITSH i
one year, wvl the demand is still for mon
From all parts of the country, wo hear it :
doing wonders. It cures Chill and Fevc
restores thc sick to health, improves tl:
general condition of tho man, and mak<
him a new creature. Nov 1 tuf
Helnltsh's Crimson Tetter Waal
for Tetter, Ringworm, Pimples, Won
Spots, Roughness of tho Skin-a euro f<
Tetter and Ringworm.
IS STIMULATION NECESSARY!
This question is practically answered
the affirmative by thousands of physiciai
every day. Sometimes they prescribo tl
ordinary forms of alcohol; 'jomotim
tinctures which aro simply inferior alcoht
moro or less medicated; but no small pr
portion of tho faculty givo the preferen
to HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTER
as the most carefully prepared medicin
stimulant at present known. It is im pc
Bible for prejudice itself to bo blind to t
marked success with which this extraer,
nary tonic and alterative has been ado
Mistered in cases of Dyspepsia during t
last twenty years. If it were possible
CHUVass the whole country for cases
which it bad effected a euro of this ohs
j nate and agonizing disease, thoy wot
number millions. No wonder, then, tl:
it has become a standard medicine
every State, eity, town and village in t
United States, and that names, the mi
distinguished in literature, art and sciom
aro the vouchers for its remarkable pi
porties. The immense manufactory
Pittsburgh, with itsexteiisivc storc-hons
is the largest establishment of the kind
this country; and, probably, in tho wor
The amount of manual labor employed
tho preparation of the Bitters, to say i
thing of tho steam driven machinery
greater than that of any other proprieti
medicino establishment of this contine
and, hy tho blessing of Providence, 1
beneficial results of this unequalled to
and ?Iterative are'co-extensive with
continually increasing sales. Nov '20 1
The (tua ti? r Liniment; the best li
ment for family use; can be used int< nu
and outwardly. It is a greatpaindes.tr
er. lt kills pain and all kinds of ach
Sold hy Fisher >v Heinitsh.
NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE-An
say for Young Men, on Physiological
rors, Abuses and Disease*), incident
Youth and Early Manhood, which ere
impediments to MARRIAGE, vrlth s
means of relief. ?Sent In sealed letter
velopes, free of charge. Address, Dr
SK I LU N HOUGHTON, Howard Asso
Uon. Philadelphia. Pa. _ Sept 25 3m
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE-1
splendid Hair Dye is the best in tho wo
Tho only (ru? and perfect Dye-harrol
reliable, instantaneous. No disappo
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural bl
? or brown. Remedies the ill effects of
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it
and boautiful. The genuine is signed
liam A. Batchelor. All others are n
Imitations, and should be avoided. I
by all druggists and perfumers. - Fae
81 Barclay street, New York. tOf Bei
Of a WWrgUtig? Dooli
'EOOIS ?W Miwvxa
pm? rrno T3 oui oAdi 01 '^ftviauDS OTiqnJ
Oil) l'Il? '?..Itlnionr. "snnaiij r,jr) Cm ?*3'|05 .\irnjmodo?.? X Pl""?U IBU Ol BpOOtf 9 qi
.08U0n BpOOf) AJQ
B8?io pJJtj ? ut pJ^Tj ?iifnuin eopijan jaq^o pun saUL-TKISSVO J? WUtlJoWM poon v
ft 1? SHYOTO
M Of m m-irHfc doon I OCT-f 1? mo^nuig
M toi IB uudrotnoH onur. | " fol it: Supp-nx P^il
M 0? I? ujidoj I " o? V1 o"^3"! Ujouoj.q
.i 05 in eaaiBrxaQ I G IB flmtjoinTg
?PJU.W^? ?K NQdSSHOH I 'Biaoo s W RLNInd
SHIVS SOIilt) j_
R. C. ANDERSON
HAS JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WITH TUE MOST
GENT'S READY-MADE CLOTHING
TO BE FOUND M TMS M?MCET+
- CHEAT CLOTHING, GOOD CLOTHING und tho VERY BEST OF CLOTHING.
Tfl SuitH from $0.50 to $75.00; ?ir, in tact, at any price to suit your pocket.
mk Children's, Boys', Youth's aud Young Men's CLOTHING, an excellent assort
-J?Lmcut, REALLY CHEAP.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
TRAVELING SHAWLS. Lan Bolus. Cardigan Jackets, Wool Scarfs, Rubber Over?
coats, Capes, Ponchos and Rubber Traveling Pillows.
II ATS AND CAPS.
A superb assortment of Gent's, Youth's and Children's. SILK, CASSIMERE,
BRUSH FELT. WOOL and CLOTH HATS, all of tho most fashionable styles.
UMBRELLAS, TRAVELING TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES, LADIES' HAT
CASES, Ac, Ac
Having Mr. W. W. WALKER with me, and a splendid assortment ot CLOTHS, CAS
SIMERE8. VESTINGS, Ac, on hand, wo aro prepared to make up to measure, at short
notice, ANYTHING A MAN WANTS, at prices to euit tho times.
October 13 C. ANDPR80S, Agent.
To Farmers and Planters.
WE OFFER for salo tho following Fer?
tilizers of tho Lodi Manufacturing
Double Relined POUDRETTE, prepared
from night soil of New York city, at New
Y'ork prices, $25 per ton of 2,000 pounds,
freight added. Also.
N?TRO-PH08PIIATE of LIME, equal in
every respect to Peruvian Guano, made
from tloured bono dust and night soil, su?
perior and far cheaper than any Phosphate
in market, at $i>3 per ton, in Charleston.
A fair trial, however small, is respectfully
solicited. J. H. EN SLOW & CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
Read the following testimonials:
At Home, near Marietta, tia., Oct. 10.
A. J. Roberts & Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Qoittemen: I am well pleased with the
result of the uso of the "Doable Refined
Poudrette" on my crops. I tried it on both
corn and cotton, and am satisfied wherever
it was applied tho yield was more than
double what it would have been without it.
I regret exceedingly my not using it moro
extensively the present year, but will try
to make up my loss by purchasing a larger
quantity next spring. 1 regard it as tho
cheapest, most reliable, and easiest man?
aged fertilize r within my knowledge, and
cheerfully recommend it fas I have tried it
thoroughly) to tho farmers nf this section,
and particularly to those, planting cotton,
from tho fact of its causing it tomatillo
from ten days to two weeks earlier than it
would without tho use of the Poudretto. I
also used it on my gurdon, and found it of
much benefit to ail kinds of pl mts. Very
respectfully, Ac. tl. S. OGLESUY. '
Extract from a letter received from Prof.
Martin, of Hampden. Sidney College,
Va., dated July 1, 1867:
Tho Double Refined Poudrette is operat?
ing like a charin on my crop, and attract?
ing universal attention from all beholders.
I am already satisfied that it is the cheap
i est and surest renovator of our worn-out
Hl$? Shea!*, f?q.\ Cctobt r i, 1867.
James lt. Dev, Esq.
Sir: Tho Double Refined Poudretto j
bought for two other parties in conneetiot
with myself-ono of them used it on cot tm
and ( om, and thinks it answered finely
tho other put it on cotton, on vory pooi
ground, and thinks it doubled his crop,
used it '<n corn. It answered finely, am
was thought by tho hand that cultivate!
tho crop to be fully equal to Rhode's Rupe
Phosphate. I also used it on abont a;
acre of cotton, and I ara clearly of opinioi
that it is tho best and cheap." - t fertilize
in use, and I expect to order several lot;
this winter. Yours, very respectfully,
mar Ule, Schley Co., Oa.t Oct. 4,1867.
The Double Refined Poudrette, pm
chased of yon last spring, I Chink, In
creased my crop of cotton 150 pounds pe
aere; put lt upon worn-out pine land, .
tho rato of 200 poonda per aero, drilled in !
with cotton aeed. Yours, kc,
Salisbury, X. C., Auguti 10, 18C7.
James R. Doy Esq.
Dear Sir: ' I can palely say that your
Double Refined Poudretto is far superior
to any other fertilizer for cotton; for I havo
given it a fair trial this season. Yours,
JEHU FOSTER, Ju.
Savannah, fia., September25, 18C7.
James lt. Dey, Esq., President.
Dear ?Sir: I used tho Double Refined
Poudretto, bought of you last spring, on
corn. I think it iucrensod the yield one
half. I consider it an excellent manure,
j Respectfully, T. HOLCOMBE.
Jiidgeway, S. C., September'31, 18?7.
Mr. James it.' Dey.
Stir; I applied the Double Refino 1 Pou?
dretto by itself, and in combination with
other fertilizers, on cotton, and am pleased
with it ; so ranch so that it is my presout
intention to purchase a larger supply of
you the next year to apply to my cotton
crop. Yours very respectfully,
HENRY C. DAVIS.
ttonl'y Mount, K'lgecomb Onunt*i,
Xorth Carolina, Nueemlier 13, lKfitl.
James 1?. Doy. Esq.
Sir: In reply to your inquiry of the re?
sults of our experience In the ilse of your
improved Poudretto- purchased of you for
I this year's cotton crop -we would beg leave
I to say that the present season has been
I one quite unfavorable to the action of all
Several kinds of manures wero used bj
I us, with tho excepti u of your Poudretto.
' with little or n<> effect to the crop,
j Where tho Poudretto was used, it gav?
; us near half a bale more per aero, am
! caused the cotton to open much earlior
I and wo would, therefore, recommend tin
I same as s concentrated manure for th?
j growth of co'ton, as well as improvemon
i to tue soil. Your*, vwy respect rall v,
I HENRY P. STX7LTS A BRO.
Address for further particulars,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.,
Nov U 8roo OG Cortland Street, N. Y.
CALAFAOIO GLOVES and P'^S,
Meen Fun, a toilet powder,
Lubin's, Oondray'a, Yankee Soaps,
Ruff, Ivory and Wooden Combi,
Comb Brnshes, Bay Rum,
Hair Brushes, fine assortment,
Colognes, Toilet Extracts,
I Sucking Bottles, Tubes and Nipple
Night Tapers. Italian Violin String!
and vari?os other things too numerous t
mention, for sale by
FISH FR A HEINIT8H,
Scrofula, or Klng'i BTU, is cared h
using Hemiteh's Queen's Dolight.
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
COLUMBIA. &, g. _
2/~\f\l~\ LARGE Seamless Sacka
.vJVJvJ Liverpool SALT, at ?2.75
to the consumers, with liberal discounts
to large purchasers.
Nov 12 FI8HSR & LOWRANCE.
A FRESH SUPPLY received to-day, and
?Vi for eale low, by
NOT 13 FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
C\%f\(\ BUSHELS, for sale low, by
jaKJyJ FISHER A LOWRANCE.
ENGLISH and SWEEDES, aa low aa can
be purchased in this market, by
Nov 10 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
THE best kind. BEARD'S Soli-Adjust?
ing IRON TIE, low for cash.
Nov 10 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
A FULL SUPPLY of English HARD.
J\. WARE, just received, and low, for
cash, bv FISHER & LOWRANCE.
FOR SALE LOW, by
Oct 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
15 Firkins North Carolina Butter,
FRESH from the Mountains, for sale
low, by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Twenty Dozen Canned Oysters,
-j f\ DOZ. CANNED TOMATOES.
JLVJ Green Corn, Jellies, Gherkins,
Mixed Pickles, Ac.
Received to-dav, and for Bale low, bv
Pot 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
- GOSHEN BUTTE?., _
SUGAR-HOUSE SYRUP, BACON,
IRON, STEEJL, Axles, Springe, Carriage
Materials, Parlor Matches, Etc.
Sept 20 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
South Carolina-Lexington District.
James Babington and wife Harriet, ap?
plicants, vs. Frederick Steel, ElizaShum
pene, Martha Wingarod and others, de?
IT APPEARING to my satisfaction, that
Martha Wingared, and two others,
minors, (names not known,) defendants in
this case, reside without this State.
It is, thereforo, ordered that they, or
their representatives, do appear and object
to the sale of the real estate of Mrs. MAR?
GARET WINGARED, deceased, on or
before tho FH18T MONDAY in February
next. 1868, or their consent to the samo
will bo entered of record.
Nov 151131_Ordinary L. D.
Addison R. Phillips vs. Nancy Allen, et al.
HUI for -docomo1, Sate of Beal Eetate, In?
junction or General Relief.
IN pnrsuanco of tho Decretal Order, in
tho above stated case, tho creditors of
the estate of John M.'Allen, deceased,
are hereby required to render and provo,
before me", their demands on or before the
ist dav or MARCH next.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
, Pet 25 fl3_C. E. R. D.
Martha G. Roberts, Administratrix, vs.
Robert 0. Sams, rt t<x et al.
IN pursuance of tho Decretal Order, in
the above stated case, tho creditors of "*
Owen M. Roberts, deceased, aro hereby
ti |uired to render and prove their demands
c . .inst the said estate, on or before the
Ul day of APRIL next.
JJ. B. DKSAUSSURE,
_Oct 25_fl3_ ? ? ^ C. E. R. D.
South Carolina-Richland District.
In re Simeon Fair, Solicitor, ex parte L. F.
THE petitioner in tho above stated caae
having filod his petition in thia office,
tltis day, to perpetuate the testimony of
his title to a certain lot of land in tho city
of ? olumbia, bounded South by Taylor
street, East by Harden or Boundary street,
North by Blanding street, and West by
Lauren? street, containing four acres, moro
or loss, the title to which hae been lost or
destroyed; on motion of Arthur, Melton A
Melton pro petitioner, it ia ordered that all
persons interested in said lot of land do
appear at my office, thrco months from the
dato of tho' publication hereof, to OTOHH
oxamiuc the evidence that may be pro?
duced, and to introduce ovidence in reply.
D. B. DKSAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
September 6 i3mo
Drag? and Medicine?, wholesale and
retail, as cheap as any city in tho world, at
Fisher A Hcimtsh's new store.
KA LR8. CALOMEL.
Ovl 100 oz. QUININE.
25 oz. SULP. MORPHIA.
10 lbs. CROTON OIL.
50 lbs. CHLOROFORM.
5 lbs. NITRATE SILVER.
200 lbs. GUM CAMPHOR.
1,000 lbs. EPSOM ?ALTS.
1,080 lbs. FLOR. SULPHUR.
2,000 lbs. BLUE STONE.
100 lbs. CREAM TARTAR.
1,000 lbs. COOKING SODA.
2,000 lbs. COPPERA8. For sale low by
FISHER A HEINIT9H, Druggiata.