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"SATURDAY MOBNIN?, DBOEMBBg 1, 18C0.
SOUTH (AlU?MNA I.KCJISI.ATUKE.
[FBOM Ot'U -I'ECIAL l.KI'OBTEB. ]
Com .im \, November as.- -The Journal of yes
terday's proceedings was read.
Mcs-ts. J. I'. ltlcUABBSOM, of Clarendon, aud
Taon. TuoxMO-t. of Abbeville, appeared and took
Bov< :..:i petitions from different parties, praying
relief from (looa imposed, and for remuneration for
?orviccs roiidercd, were oilercd.
The following Bill swore introduced :
Hill i-. amend the Charter or Georgetown.
Bill to iucorporato the Charleston Loan Associa
Bill lo incorporate tho Supremo Council of tho
Som ivi -,i ('.rand Inspector General of tho Thirty- ?
third r>voof the Southern Jurisdiction of the
A r.W ...'aller tho sittings of the Couria at L'-.-.v ]
in Ihe ?i.-'tern Circuit. Was referred to tho Com
mitliv .V: Judiciary. .
Tho pre --iitmoiits <>f the Grand .Tunea from the
different Di tricts wire offered and referred to tho
Conm-iU?. on Judiciary. -?__...
The? returns of t!ie Commissioners ol Public
Behool.-; From Plckous, York, Marton and Union
Di-lru : ) waa received and referred.
Mr. Br??wu presented a petition from the Com
miM-i oners of Public Buildings of Barnwell District,
asking r.n appropriation to build o Court House
nnd Jail in fliat District.
Mr. Whwml-h oflbrod the following resolution:
Resolccit, That the Judiciary Conimitteo tako
action on iho subject of the District Courts, and,
ii' expedient, report a Hill abolishing tho aame.
Air. Buist offered a resolution appointing three
Senators to inquire and report upon tho arrange
ment:: and provisions of the election of United
States Senaturs, and that the House bo invited to
Bend a similar committee.
Tho Governor. Message, which had boon made
the Hpcclal order ol' iho day, was takou up, and
Mr. (?risiiam moved that tho different hoads of
tho ___.us.agc bo referred to appropriate commit
Mr. McDaflie presented tho petition for tho char
ter of t!io Marion Cotton Factory.
The Hill ordered for 1 P. M., to regulate the sit
ting of the Court of Appeals, was removed from
the special order, ancf placed upon the general
A Bill to repeal the Usury Laws was made tho
special order tor Friday, at 1 P. M.
On motion of Mr. Thompson, tho Sonato stood
adjourned over to Friday, at 12 II., on account of
the thanksgiving proclm'aation of tho President.
"Wa-, opened with pia .vor by tho Rov. Dr. Shand.
The Journal of the 27th was road. fc
A Bill lo incorporate the Charleston Dredging
and Wharf Building Company, which had two
readings in the Senate, carne up for its firat read
ing, aud was referred to Ihe Conimitteo on Incor
A Bill to widen, extend and open tho ?treots of
Charleston, came up for its first reading. Thia
bill conf?ra hicrDased powers upon tho Mayor and
Aldermen, and ronden tho appeal to tho Commis
sioners useless. It was referred to the Charleston
A petition to chango tho Election District ol
Borklcv to a Judicial District, was presented.
A Bill to incorporate the Young America Fire
Company, came up for its third reading, and
Several minor bills were introduced, and referred
to the appropriate committees.
Mr. Warley introduced a Bill to prevent th<
sacrifice of land at Sheriff's eales, which was ro
ferrod to the Committee on Judiciary.
Mr. Townsend moved that a writ of election b(
issued for the 7th December, to Bupply a vacancy
in tllO J-C'prooori-?.io ? of OlioalcrflolJ, __o ILo _._., _._.__
bcr elect could not qualify, not having beon i
resident of the Stoto for three years previous t<
Tho Hill to incorp?ralo the Sea Island Cottoi.
Loaii and Planting Association carno up for iti
first reading and was referred to the Committee oi
Mr. Campbell also introduced the following :
Rcso'xed, That bo much of tho Act of 1830 whicl
requires three months' notico before tho LcgiBla
ture can receive any act of incorporation or ne.
charter, bo and the annie is hereby repealed.
After some discuBsion from tho members, tb<
motion was withdrawn.
A Bill to vest the right and title of tho Stato ii
certain cachoatcd property in certain persona, wai
brought up and referred.
The Conimitteo on the Charleston Board c
Trade reported unfavorably, as tho clause of th
Constitution requiring three months' previous no
tice had not been complied with.
Mr. Wagoner moved that the report of the Com
miltec lie upon the table, and that the Bill como u
for a.Boeond reading; which was carried.
The Hill to incorporate the South Carolina Loa
and Trust Company was ordered to lie on the table
ns there was no evidence of a complianco with th
Act requiring three months' notice.
Messrs. Mullins, HaskoU and Richardson wer
appointed a Committee of tinco to confer with th
Sonato upon Hie ulooliotl of V. S. Sonators.
Mr. Warley moved that tho resolution in rogar
toJoffornon Davis he made tho Special Order o
Friti:.;, at 1 P. M.
On motion of Mr. Campbell, tho nonio cu
iourned over to Friday, at Hi 31., on account of ti
National Thnnksgi. iug.
Few ..r no committees have as vet reported, on
the mat tor before both Hoosos consists in boorin
petitions and hills, and referring them to ti:
proper coinm'ttees. Those will not report, unt
next week, and the legislative proceedings ?ro no
in embrj o. The members aro all present, and som
anxiety is manifested to expedite mattera and rei
dor the preg?n. BOSsJon a short one. This will at
1)0 difficult, as the oxira session transacted mai
mattera that would havo hoon called up th
It is understood that the Committee on Publ
Printing will accent the oller of tho Carolinian ii
public printing, that bid being much lower th?
that of the Puccnix. No report will, howover, 1
made until noxt week. The position of Pub!
Printer ia no sinecure, as there is on immon
amount of work done daily aside from the Bi!
ordered to ho printed.
The United States Court met to-day at 10, in ti
Chapel of the Hotel. Tho ca.o of tho Unit
States vs. Jos. P. Glass was continuod to tho Ap
term. Uosu... TIiob. Homphill and \Y. L. DoPa
wero admitted as practicing attornoys in ti
Court. The Grand Jury made thoir prosontmoi
which referred principally to tho stato of the cou
fry, Ac. Tho want ol a proper and bocoming pla
to meet was doplorcd. CongrcBS hod made app:
?nations in 1...8 for both PostofDco and Coi
louse, but these arc now obsolete, ond thoy bogg
their revival. Tho presentment was quito abo
and embraced no points-of public intercat.
The Court of Appeals mot this morning, for I
purpose ol' examining tho law studenta who h
applied. The elr.sa was quito largo, and comprit
of men of all ages, ono applicant boing a grai
father and about sixty years old. By for the n
jority, however, wore young men, who havo j
graduated from collogi). Thoy wcro subjected t
"very r'S'd. examination, but acquitted thcmsol'
won, and merited tho approbation of the oxom
ing board. Fiftv-ono low students wcro oxamii
and thirly hi 'equity.- Eleven of theso w
Charlostoninns. Budolph Soigling, W. J. Ga
and O. L. Buist, Esqs., paaBcd in equity; Vi.
Clancy, Julian Mitchell, vf. M. Muckonfuss and
first three, gcntlomen oro old pffiotltionors.
havo boon prevented heretofore by unfortuit
bo extremely litigious in ordor to afford then
a chanco for a living.
Governor Orr has many arduous duties to ]
form, and is often troubled with application
different descriptions. Thone aro frequently <
amusing, and one of this kind occurred this
ning. Two individuals cf different boxcs
crccdB wcro anxious to enter tho connubial b1
but neither wished to ho married according to
other ritual than their own, and, as neither w
yiold, tho marriage would havo boen postpone?:
dofimtoly, if ?orno friouds had not Buggoatod
Govornor. Ho woo appealed to in tho dilon
aud kindly rcliovcd the. parties and restored 1
equanimity by making thom man and wife. I
probably, tho only caso on record whoro a Gove
was caliod upon to ofliciato in this capacity,
tho nowly united pair doubtless appreciate it,
will proudly tell their descendants that thoy
married by a Govornor. CECI
TlUini'l.i: _<*?*.I?IOHT8-llOW TO CON
lb (he Editor of the Daily N'?tes:
In ii previous nrticlo I pointed out that Charles
ton, in clniming importaneo ns a soilport, could
only niaintain huon n position by themobt o_trcmo
commercial connections at lier coinnnind. Do
volop her local trado to tlio utmost, (?Aunt 8 every
available Diistriot, push lior lmsincss as far as pos
sible, anil ntill thero remains ampio accommoda
tions for HccIb of ships at her docks, long lines of
raihoailH sccliing freights, hundred- of young mon
aslting for employment along her husince.i thor
Charleston cannot?, must not, he content with
only a local ha le, however much sim may dream
of it, bul should seek also to concentrate over her
railroad?*ti!id hy her ships tho enormous tonnago
to and from those distant communities with which
sho is now in daily communication. Memphis,
Nashville Chattanooga, Atlanta, Augusta, Char
?otto and a score of other cities and towns, win
bring then- produco and order return cargoes of
supplies to the port of Charleston, if economy and
their convenience aro consulted.
Tho requirements arc simple-it is to do what
o'.horo aro doing. The consignor at any interior
point expects a ronsonablo rate-that is. a tariff of
charges na low priced aa hy any other line. Ho
wants dmpatch- tho hill of lading nmtst he drawn
to consignco at final destination-no delays-no
unnecessary breaking of hulk-no contingent ex
penses. In truth, the consignor must know exact
ly how much it costs and how long it will tako.
These aro the conditions to bo compliod willi
terms which other ports aro offoimg to secure this
kind of business. Thoro are nt prcsont, however,
two Borious drawbacks in Charleston to tho full de
velopment of these important plans. First, aihnit
what wo believe is now an ascertained fact, that all
tho leading railroad interest:-, say from Charlotte,
Atlanta, and other wostom points to Charleston,
aro fully rc-oatahlished, thcro is, on tho part ol
somo stcamrdiip owners, a desiro to obtain extrava
gant froiglitH. forgetting that cheap hut remune
rativo rates have crowded our wharvos with cotton,
and that high priced charges will divest the stream
of business to points, sinco a wiser management
looks rathor to a steady business at fair rates than
to a short-lived ono at double rates.
Wo find no fault with ship owners if the}- havo ir
view only this season; but if they look for a per
manent establishment of thoir business, they
should seo tho wisdom of keeping freights in the
present current to Charleston.
Rut if it be ascortainBd that such a policy is no1
appreciated, then the railroads interested musi
unite in sustaining their own steamship hues.
The Bccond great drawback is in tho fact that wc
aro seemingly quite satisfiod with tho abused cus
tom of transporting produco over hundreds o
milos of railroads, solicitous at ovcry torminui
that thoro shall be no delay, no breaking of bulk
and whon the train arrives in Bight of tho ocean
tho cars aro omptied two milos from tho docl
where the produce is to bo sold and shipped.
Thoso who have grown up under this Btupid hu
sinosB regime aro disposed to accoptit as a mattoi
of course, but the bnsinoss stronger looks on witl
amazemont, and asks in vain for a BUitablo reosoi
All this must be CHANQED. Tho cotton fron
Memphis and Nashville, from Atlanta and Char
lotto, must bo delivorod on the water's odgo in th?
oiiginal cara in which it was stored at these die
tant points, and tho -hips -'V??',*K ?>omo lnndod will
Memphis and Nashville, with Atlanta and Chai
lotto freights, must deliver them from their hatcb
wayo to thoso same returning cars.
Say what you picoso-how it afiocts this ?nteres
and what would bo tho result in that case
Charleston, if really in earnest, must bring tlia
which makes her commerco to her wharvos, free c
all thoso delays and expenses incident to the prcf
When Charleston has established ratea to al
pourra, and cara from tho Mississippi, Cumba
land, Chatahoochcc, Savannah, Saluda, Eroac
Catawba, Peo Deo and Capo Fear empty the'
freights on her docks, she will have bogun a ne
busincs? life, and" a now trado will como to hi
from all thoso now distant quarters.
"If it were done when 'twero dono.
Then It wore well it were done quickly."
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
JMS E. SPEAK,
DE?CCRES TO CALL THE ATTENTION OP 1
FB-SNDB, AND THE PUBLIC 0_?__U__LY,
FINE STOCK OF GOOD
.Which be has selected with great ca
compih8ing. a fine assortment op
SILVER AND PLATED WAR
SUITABLE FOR TUB APPROACH-?
He would particularly call tho attention of thoso
IMPROVE THEIR SIGHT
To his Fino Aaaortmont of
SOLD, SILVER, AND STEEL SPECTACI
Which will be under tho upenlnl mipcrintondonco
Mr. JOHN S. BIRD, Sr.,
Who it well known to tho ciUzons of this Stat
city for his long experience In this branch, and
woro I would be ploacod lo aoUcJt the vialU of tboM in nee
X.. I Noyiunlx-r *? Uu
No. 35 BKOA? STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
SUITS OF WHICH WILT. BE MADE TO ORDER AT
November 27 MERCHANT TAILOR.
Jiml Received, al the
300 Heavy Fancy Suits at-$10
100 Heavy Fancy Suits at- li
100 Cadet Mixed Fancy
Suits at. 15
100 Oxford Mixed Suits at- 16
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
NO. 270 KING,
Corner of Hasel street. Charleston, S. C.
November 27 ti
1 8 3 O,
AT COMER OF EAST BAY AND QUEEN ST.,
AND NOW BE-OPENED AT
NO. 219 KING STREET,
WEST SIDE, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET
STREET, UNDER THE CARE OP
THE SAME PRINCIPAL
HAVE RECEIVED DURING THE
past week a larse iuvoicc of
to fill up their Stool., and can nov
offer to purchasers choice and at
tractive styles of GARMENTS of al
BOYS' AND YOUTHS
THE DEST SUPPLY IN THE CITY.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PURE LAMBJ
WOOL AND MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWER!
THE TAILORING DEPARTMEN'
well supplied with a variety of
which can he made up under the si
pervision of a first-class FRENC1
CUTTER, who is calculated to plea*
every one that will favor us wit
II. XV. -.icT_.IU_.OU9, Superintendent.
DOllBAIJM & MENKR,
No. 180 KI!.C4 STREET,
THIRD DOOR ABOVE H0RLBECR7S ALLE
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR NEW STOCK
F Aid. AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of
flnost FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS, D(
HKINH, end a fall variety of the neate.-.t and Intent ni
patterns of CASHMERES, VELVETS, SILKS. _
Beaver and Esquimaux ClotliB, for Overcoats, and a
supply of Medium Grado Cloths and Casslmcres for
They aro now prepared to moko up Gannet.... aa ch.
ly us can bo dono In any Northern city, and flnlsho.
tho latest and most ftuditonable styles, or In any stylo I
may bo desired. '
They roepcctfully Invite their friends and the pub li
coll and examino tho stock for tli-i.ini.ves.
All order? will bo promptly executed and goed Ata
prompt _or_iu___Uip ?will be guaranteed.
itu3 1 November 10 stuthamo
DRY GOODS, ETC.
SIIKI'lTIMiS m IIBIIMilS.
Cionkienments or the above aooDS, from
; the AuyiiHia Factory, Tor nie hy
TAFT & HOWLAND.
November 20 Untad
IOW PRIOKD .CLOTHINO, BDITABLE FOB FREED?
_ HEN, from $1 W> $10 n unit, to which wo invito tho
altcnlkm ol' MarabMiUb ftaetoM nn?l Planton,
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
November 7 :!0 No. 121 IIEEXQKI STltKI'T.
KEBRF.YS, SATINI'TS, UI.ANKI'TS. FLANNELS
and other bow WoottcnB, for i>l-.iuUition iib?', lor
EDWIN BATES St* CO.,
November 7 30 No. IM MEKTIMO BTREKT.
JOHN ?S. PA-RLEX BUTLEDQE WILSON
JOHN S. FAIRLEY & CO.,
Wholesale Deniers in
FANCY GOODS, W??TI5 (?OODS.
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
INVITE THE ATl'&mON OF RETAIL MERCHANTS
IN THE CITY ANO TII-OCUIIO?T THE COUN
THY lo their completo assortment of tho above mention
ed (?O'Hls, now bein;: opened at
No. 37 HAYNE STREET,
THE OLD STAND OF MESSRS. nYATT, MoBUBNK*i?
ii CO. Theil" Stock haa beeu Relucted v. *._ great care and
a thorough knowledge of tho wants of tho Southern peo
ple, actju--ed during many years expericuco in business
in this city.
Our busbies? motto will be
Quick Sales and Short Profits.
OBDEBS WILL BIS CABEF?LLY AND PROMPTL?
JOHN S. FAIRLY & CO.
Tho subscriber is particularly desirous of roncwinf
business relations with tho customers of his old house
MARSHALL, UUBGE k CO. J. S. FAIRLEY.
October 4 _uio
SOUTHERN DRY GOODS HOUSE
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKT
294 KINO- STREET,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CAL!
the attention of the Ladies c
Charleston and the country visitor
to their large and choice stock c
CLOAKS, ranging from four dollar
each and upwards ; SHAWLS froi
two dollars and fifty cents each an
upwards; a nice lot of DUES
GOODS, to suit the present scasoi
at twenty cents per yard ; the bes
quality of MERRIMAC PRINTS ii
twenty cents per yard ; and all othc
goods usually kept in a first-clas
Dry Goods Store.
A few flue BROCHA SHAWL?
with scarlet centres, and a varict
of other colors, at very low pricci
A few line VELVET CLOAKS, <
The above Shawls and Cloaks ai
of the best material and of the bei
manufacture, and are suitable f<
choice purposes. Will be sold i
greatly reduced prices.
Wo have received a choice sole
tion of FANCY GOODS, suitable ft
A call is respectfully solicited.
EPSTIN & ZEMANSKT
November l8 lino
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE 001IPAK
Established 1845-21 years.
Dividend (to tlic Insured) January, 1800,
per cent, on premium.
THIS IS A MUTUAL COMPANY, IN WHICH T
insured aro tho only Stockholders, and rocclvo
tin? prollta, tlins boln?
INSURED AT COST ONLY.
A credit In allowed in paymont of promlums, ti
enabling ono to insure for n larger amount than ho <
Applications received on tho most favorable terms
respect-fully solicited by
THOMAS FROST, Agent,
North AU-ntlo Whar
November 10 -wfln
0 to 1 lilvldoude declared annually AND PAID IN Oh
O. A. BOWEN,
and Agent Air Charleatc
i At Mew*. J-t-M Adger k Co.'*, corner East Day
I Adgcx'soouth Wharf. tilth- November
life Assurance Sociel
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Established February, 1859.
mHE ASSURED PARTICIPATE IN THE PROF
MRS. ST WATTS,
271 King street.
A L A It ? E AS80BTMENT OF
BONNETS AND FLATS
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUES,
BUK AND COlfti SILKS,
..OMI. AZIM.. AIEJ.TN'OES.
EMI .-KSK CLOTHS, HEPS,
CHILDREN S HOODS AND SACQUES.
BRADLEYS HOOP SKIRTS,
OE THE LATEST STYLES.
N. 1). CLOAKS oponed 1ITIS DAY, which she
respectfully invitee the public to examine before pur
chasing elsewhere. lmo November 1
RIBS. S. J_
"Emporium of Fashions,"
No. 263 King street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FRENCn MILLINERY AND ARTISTIC DRESS
MAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Ladies',
Mi?.?..-' and Children's Dresses, Rasques, Sacks am:
Cloaks cut by measurement, and a perfect fit guaranteed
Trimmings and Patterns of tho latest Paris and Yort
Fashions received every mouth, and sent to any part o
tho country on receipt of tho amount.
Send for circular.
October 8 ?n_o
MILLT IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
PAPER PATTERNS OF ALL THE LATEST STYLE
OF CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, BASQUES. &c, furnlsl:
ed at low rates. Miss E. J. BONNER,
Next cast of Mansion llouse.
November I lmo
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
DRS. RAOUL & LYNAH
Market and King Streets.
ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.A. M. LYNAH, M. T
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FRESH AN]
well selected stocks of _
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES
COMBS, BRUSHES, &c, &c
WliJcU tlioy offer to tho Public and tho XBASE in goi
oral at Uto LOWEST CASH PRICES. Call and oxamin
Put up at all hourB, day and night, with the greatest euri
_9_j- Country orders solicited. thstu November H
A Treacherous and Deadly Foe
PAIN AND NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Eemedi
AND MODE OP TREATMENT IS THE ACM
IT BREAKS UP THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT IT
Fountain Hoad, and removes at ouoo all the wretche
symptoms of this loathsomo malady, such as Pain in ti
TcmplcB, Ol?cnsivo Discharges, Obstruction of tbo Breatl
loft Tubes, Repulsivo Breath, Snapping Sounds in ti
Ears, AhaonUMlndcdn.'Bs, Mental Duprcs.ion, DimncFsi
Vision, Boro Throat, Hocking Cough; restores thq teni
of Taste aud Smell, and permanently cures tho dls?aso i
all its types, forms aud h tagea, with absolute cortainty.
Tliis remedy and modo of treatment, Uko tho discus
is peculiar. In consista of tho inhalation of harmless !
quids from the palm of tho band. Tho immediate reli
it affords is alone wortb ten tunos the cost of tho rcm
Norton's Now PomplUet on Catarrh is ont. Inform
ti on nover beforo published. Call at our nearest Agenu
or send a stamp for it.
Propared by GERRIT NORTON, No. 11 Ann-strc.
Drs. RAOUL & LYNAH,
November 1 tbstuGmo Agent for Charleston.
PRATT & ..f ILSON BR0TDBR?
HAVE REMOVED THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES,.
01d*I)rug House of Hartland, Stove:
son & Co.,
N0. 23 HAYNE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, B. C,
ANDAR? PREPARED TO 8ELL AT MOST REASC
Purchasers will do well to call.
Novombor 14 lim
I? . __|M___________?a__i____--_-__-__--____-__--l
BOOTS AhD SHOES.
CHEAP BOOT A?ID SHOE STOR
No. 359 King-street,
n i -. ' > < . _v ohohoe btrbet.
YOU WILL FIND AT THE ABOVE ESTABLIg
MENT a toll supply of Gent's, Hoys' and Youl
BOOTS, SHOES. GAITERS AND SLIPPERS; L_d
MIbbob'andCUlltlron'sCongrc-uUaaitoni; Poliah Bo.
. JalnioralB, Bootees, Buskins old Slippers of every
scriptlon; Gent's and Boys' Hats of ?11 kinds.
The abovo Goods I am dotarmlnod to sell at the lo.
possiblo price. My motto la quick nales and ui nc?l pro
Giro me a coll and yon w9 )bo rewardod,
October __0 etuUmoa
CROCKERY, CHINA WARE, ETC
WEBB & SAGE
IIAVUVC* ADDED TO TIIBIR ALREADY
A COMPLETE .V-SOHTMr.NT OF
BY DIRECT IMPORTATIOh1,
ARE PREPARED TO 8UPPL- THEIR FRIENDS
AND THE PUBLIC AS IN
F01tMl-.il -?-.AKS, AT
NO. 5 HAYNE-ST.
November ?1 lum
DISEASES OF THE
EYE AND EAR.
[FORMERLY OF LONDON, ENGLAND-!
OCULIST AND AUBIST,
EYE AND EAR,
EESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE CITIZENS OF
Charleston and vicinity that ho will bo here again,"
at tbo Charleston Hotel, on Monday, December 17th, and
romain until Saturday, tho'22d. Alter that time nu?.ihly.
OFFICE HOURS FROM O A.M. TO O P. M"
And can bo consulted on DEAFNESS, NOISE IN THE
HEAD, CATARRH, DIBCIXARGES FROM THE EAR,
SCALES EN THE EAR, ACCUMULATION OF WAX EN
THE EAR, OBSTRUCTION OF THE EUSTACHIAN
TUBE, and all Acute or Chronic Discaaes of the EYE
AND AIR PASSAGES.
INSERTED "WITHOUT TAIN, AND PERFECTLY
RESEMBLING THE NATURAL EYE.
OPERATIONS FOR CATARACT,
Artificial Pupil, &c.,
Skillfully performed, and all diseases of the
?Y? AND EAR
treated, and ovcry operation in Aural and Opthal
mio Surgery performed by
Principal Office, 84 West 49tl st., I. T.
/)_*-*. For reference, testimonials, Ac., 8ond for a
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
Tlio Louisville Journal Bays : " Thotestimon?ala which
Dr. Gardner presents lo the public could nover liovo boen
obtained, exeopt by tho display of great skill and learn
ing lu his profession. One thing especially connncndablo
in tho Doctor's practico is, that ho will not attempt an
Incurable disease for tho sake of a fee, but frankly telle
tho patient whether ho can bo curod or not. Wo cheer
fully recommend Dr. (lardner to tho attention of all our
friends who may be suffering from disease:! ol' Uio eyo
Tlio Richmond Times Bays : "We have no hesitation in
saying that Dr. Gardner is tho most scientific and suc
cessful eyo and oar Burgoon in thin country."
Dr. Gardner's treatment of the oye and ear ia woudor
Wo fuel jnstlflod in recommending Dr. Gardner t#
thoso Buil'oring from diseases of tho ovo and coi-.
Wo can safoly and cordially roconiniend Dr. Gardner,
who will fulfill all ho undertake?*, to perform.
The Now Orleans True Delta tay* : "Wo con ?-ely
recommend Dr. Gordnor as a successful operator on the
oyo and car. Ho will not nndertuko to treat a caao unices
a euro can bo effected.
Tho wiiooling Register says : "Dr. Gardner is one of
tho most successful Oculists and ?Vuriste in tho country.
Wo odvlBO thoso Buffering from tho diseases of tlio eye
and car to consult bim."
Novombor 3 Cmo
WM. B. RYAN,
AIMEE?, AND COMMIS? AGENT,
NO. 1 STATE STREET,
NEXT NORTH OF BROAD,
ATTENDS TO THE SALE AND POUCH ABE OF*
Real Ka Uto and all kinds of Personal Property, at
Auction or Private Solo; and also to Renting and Cofli-ct
lng Renta of H onece. __ Novembern
BARLOW. THE OLD OPERATOR, HAS THOROUGH- v*
LY renovated and lit ted up tbo Old Star G-.llery,
and ia prepared io Uko all kinds of PORTRAIT-. Ho 1?.
thankful for paut patronage, and further eolici*- tv uharoof
the trade. Ho has nlno Photographs of Confedera to (Jon- t **
orala, Ordinance of Bcoosslou, Vlowa Of City, Sum ter w*-***
other Fortifications, at wholesale and retail, at 8. E.*COR^, .
NEK KING AND MARKET BTRKET8, Charle-ton, 8. 0.1? ?
N. B.-Ane? Portrait? and Pictures onlarKod 'cn ?, >.'
ohort notlco and In beet of stylo. The old price of Oar* *
Pictures, $2 half dosen, and ti per dosen, will bo eon'
I Unuod but ? short tune. ? NoYombori