Confederate states

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SOUTH CAROLINA NORTH CITY GEORGIA CHARLESTON ORLEANS MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA VIRGINIA SOUTHERN MOBILE TEXAS APRIL LOUISIANA DISPATCH SAVANNAH DAYS RECEIVED MADE TENNESSEE MONTGOMERY ARRIVED ANDERSON

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Exemplary Articles

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Wednesday, December 21, 1864

Hon. A. G. Magrath, the new Governor of South Carolina, is a citizen of Charleston.

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Monday, January 21, 1861

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.--THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.

—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially . . . more

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.--THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.

—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such as may be dissatisfied with those they are now using.—The perfect adaptation of the plate to the mouth, and the suction thereby secured, enables him to insert one or more teeth without clasps. This method having been adopted by those standing highest in the profession, North and South, testimonials will be given and specimens exhibited to those wishing to see them. Sets of Teeth, on gold or any other plate, will, of course, be made for those preferring them. Filling, Cleansing, Extracting, and all other operations gently and thoroughly performed. Teeth extracted by ELECTRICITY, without pain.

Office on Main street, opposite Corinthian Hall. de 1—1y

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Thursday, November 22, 1860

THE SOUTHERN SECESSION MOVEMENT.

Meeting at Wilmington, N. C.—The U. S. troops in North Carolina—News from Georgia. Alabama and South Carolina, &c., &c.,

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Wednesday, February 06, 1861

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS,—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such . . . more

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS,—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such as may be dissatisfied with those they are now using.—The perfect adaptation of the plate to the mouth, and the suction thereby secured, enables him to insert one or more teeth without clasps. This method having been adopted by those standing highest in the profession, North and South, testimonials will be given and specimens exhibited to those wishing to see them. Sets of Teeth, on gold or any other plate, will, of course, be made for those preferring them. Filling, Cleansing, Extracting, and all other operations gently and thoroughly performed. Teeth extracted by ELECTRICITY, without pain.

Office on Main street, opposite Corinthian Hall.

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Thursday, February 14, 1861

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially . . . more

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such as may be dissatisfied with those they are now using.—The perfect adaptation of the plate to the mouth, and the suction thereby secured, enables him to insert one or more teeth without gasps. This method having been adopted by those standing highest in the profession, North and South, testimonials will be given and specimens exhibited to those wishing to see them. Sets of Teeth, on gold or any other plate, will, of course, be made for those preferring them. Filling, Cleansing, Extracting, and all other operations gently and thoroughly performed. Teeth extracted by ELECTRICITY, without pain.

Office on Main street, opposite Corinthian Hall.

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Tuesday, July 09, 1861

The Charleston Courier learns that two more regiments will be ordered from South Carolina to Virginia in a few days.

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Monday, December 10, 1860

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such . . . more

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such as may be dissatisfied with those they are now using. The perfect adaptation of the plate to the mouth, and the auction thereby secured, enables him to insert one or more teeth without clasps. This method having been adopted by those standing highest in the profession, North and South, testimonials will be given and specimens exhibited to those wishing to see them. Sets of Teeth on gold or any other plate, will, of course, be made for those preferring them. Filling, Cleansing, Extracting, and all other operations gently and thoroughly performed. Teeth extracted by ELECTRICITY, without pain.

Office on Main street, opposite Corinthian Hall. de 1—1y

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Tuesday, January 15, 1861

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES. Dentist,

having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially, such as . . . more

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES. Dentist,

having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially, such as may be dissatisfied with those they are now using. The perfect adaptation of the plate to the mouth, and the suction thereby secured, enables him to insert one or more teeth without clasps. This method having been adopted by those standing highest in the profession, North and South, testimonials will be gives and specimens exhibited to those wishing to see them. Sets of Teeth, on gold or any other plate will, of course, be made for those preferring them. Filling, Cleansing, Extracting, and all other operations gently and thoroughly performed. Teeth extracted by ELECTRICITY, without pain.

Office on Main street, opposite Corinthian Hall.
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Monday, November 12, 1860

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CLEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such . . . more

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CLEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such as may be dissatisfied with those they are now using. The perfect adaptation of the plate to the mouth, and the suction thereby secured, enables him to insert one or more teeth without clasps.—This method having been adopted by those standing highest in the profession, North and South, testimonials will be given and specimens exhibited to those wishing to see them. Sets of Teeth, on gold of any other plate will of course be made for those preferring them. Filling, Cleansing, Extracting, and all other operations gently and thoroughly performed. Teeth extracted by ELECTRICITY without pain.

Office on Main street, opposite Corinthian Hall
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Monday, April 08, 1861

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially . . . more

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.

—THE CHEOPLASTIC AND VULCANITE PROCESS.—G. W. JONES, Dentist, having the right for the above mode of making Teeth, and being satisfied of its absolute superiority over all other methods, can with confidence commend it to those desiring full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such as may be dissatisfied with those they are now using.—The perfect adaptation of the plate to the month, and the auction thereby secured, enables him to insert one or more teeth without clasps. This method having been adopted by those standing highest in the profession, North and South, testimonials will be given and specimens exhibited to those wishing to see them. Sets of Teeth, on gold or any other plate, will, of course, be made for those preferring them. Filling, Cleansing, Extracting, and all other operations gently and the roughly performed. Teeth extracted by ELECTRICITY, without pain.

Office on Main street, opposite Corinthian Hall

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