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THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE GUiRLESTON DAILY NEWS
Beg respectfully to return their thanks to the
public fer its liberal Bupport to thoir Journal, and
premiso that in the futuro, AB in the past, it shall
be theil aim to mako
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
in the country. It Ima now
TUB LARGEST CIRCULATION
of any Newspaper issued in the State, and ia
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper published in the State-issued in
folio form of eight pages, and the size of the New
It is universally conceded that
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
pnbliahod iii tbe South. It is
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our friends bave Bpeken and written to
_ concerning the publication of a Tri-Weekly. We
have thought of doing this for some time, but
owing to the general disarrangement of postal af
fairs, we have concluded not to do so until the
oommoncemeut of next season,
On the first of Sopiember we will commenoo to
publish a country edition of Tire NEWS, and it
shall be our aim to make the paper the best ever
issued in this State. We intend introducing en
tirely new features in this ontorpriso; it will not
be a summary of the daily, but will bo complete
and original in Itself, and we aro certain that its
patrons will be as well pleased with it as are
our prosent patrons ploasod with the daily.
T_-t_rI- O-1 _>_L___" =
Six months. 6.(K
Three months. 2.W
. CATHCART, McMILLAn & MCRTO?
PROPRIETORS, j,, -jp**]
, ,No. l8 HAYNE-STR_C^
O__?_8T0N, 8. O. "
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW YORK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Pioprietor.
THE ONLY RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC
IN NEW FORK.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE NEW YORK NEWS HAS BATTLED AGAINST
despotism for four -fears of blood and torror, in
assertion of the etinctity of the Constitution. A patriot
ism suffleIontly broad to embrace both secUona has been
ita only gnldo, and it refers now with honost pride to its
record to ?show that It has not turned to tho right or the
loft under all tho violence of arbitrary power.
True to In principles as THENEWS has boon through
the reign of terror, It challenges public confidence In 1
ho&ealy and Independence for Hie future.
The political transition of the pr?tent day onana t
THE NEWS a new and wider Held of usefulness. Stan 0
log now as It .1 ways has, cn the Inviolability of the O o
BtltuU-, accoi log to the Interpretation of the st ric
constmctlonl?ts. It presonts a rallying ground for all,
both sections, who are friends of a generous conserva
tism. As a true and tried exponent of sectional amity
occupies a poeitlon which makes it tho Utting mediato
In holding up to the party of order in both sections, in*
tercsls and principles that gave breadth and vitality to
their alliance. As an Intorscctlonal agent, devoted to
freedom of election, to trial by jury, to the ?sanctity
tho habeas corpus, and opposed now, uu for four years of
terror It has been, to the central!tiiUon that dares, to
trample on the rights of States, Ni?rth or South, THE
NEWS places itself as a candi-te for support -fore I ).
great body of this onoe froo people.
The circumstances of the moment ra-o the dlssem
minatlon of the principles of THE NEWS a duty of In
dividu- patriotism. Every man who conon? in It
doctrine must, if he entertain a true sonso of freedom,
do so In no spirit of indifference, but rather with the
earnestness of a high trust. Justified, nay bound, in
his love of liberty to do so, tho proprietor places th
canvasB ho makes here of, the public generally In the
hands of those men who glVo him the approval of their
consciences as his individual agents. Every reader of
THE NEWS can not avoid the conviction of duty wni
ls here pointed out as the ground of the roquent, that he
urges its claims for a wider support upon all of his
friends and naighbora who give their earnest sympathies
to the cause of ''strict construction,'' intoreccUonal con*
dilation, and all the rights of the cJt_-sunder tho sys
tem, set np by onr fathers, of liberty regulated by law.
Tho proprietor of THE NEWS calls, therefore, npon
good and tine Conservatives throughout the country to
discharge to Uieir conviction?! or political right at this
great crisis In the country's fortunes, the duty of giv
ing to the inn* nen ce of his paper, dally, sornlweckly, or
weekly, the wider power for good which it seeks here
through the servi- of ita individual support?-.
SE-I-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY NEWS.
Theie two Journals are made np with special refer*
ance to the wants of country anbaoribers, and contain
such a variety of matter as to render thom welcome to
every family lu the land. In the matter of LITEBA
TUBE, the - olooBt stories of tho beat writers _
spread forth in their column s ; and more excellent lite
rary matter is furnished iii one lssuo than can be had In
many of the exclusively literary journals of the day.
The GENERAI? NEWS is admirably selected and con
denied, BO as to give all the current InteHlgence in as
readable a form as it can be placed. It comprises news
from every part of the country, and li always the latest.
The COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE Is carefully pre
pared, and includes reliable MAB---r BXPOBTS from al
points, which are not excelled by any journal in th 1
Send the names of all Friends of CONSTITUTION AL
LIBERTY, and we will send thom SPECIMEN COPIES
.zEW YOBK DAILY NEWS, to Mail Sub
scribers.?10 per annum
NEW TOBE DAILY NEWS, to Mau ?Sub
scribers.$5 for o months.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRD>AY
One Copy one year........$ 4.00
Throe Copies ono year. 10.00
Flvs Copies one year.....'. 16.00
Ten Copies one year.90.00
Twenty Copies one year.-. tw.00
To Clergymen ono year. 8.00
And an EXTBA COPY to any CLUB OF TEN.
PUBLISHED EYERY WEDNESDAY.
One Copy one year.. ***00
Three Copies on?? ?et.r. 8.00
Five Copies or j y?ar. 9.16
Ten Cop'.tb one year.?s 17.00
Twenty Copies one year.80.00
To Clergymen one year. 1*60
And an EXTBA COPY to any CLUB OF TEN.
Any person soUdlng a CLUB of FIFTY for THE SEMI*
WEEKLY or WEEKLY NEWS will be entitled to THE
DAILY NEWS FREE FOB ONE YEAB. The name of
the Post-office and State should In all casea be plainly
writton. To Insure safety in remittance, **money orders
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FBEE.
Tire NrwYoBKN?wsls now taken throughout the
Southern States, and the undisputed fact that It baa a
larger circulation In the South than the journals of th
New York Pre*? combined, will insuro the attentloB of
the commercial p "llo and the publie generally.
Advertisers now ?valllng themaelve? of the opportu?
nlty to make known their business through the column
of TH? NEW YOBK NKWS. aro' convine- of the import
._. of its great circulation throughout the South, it
consoqaonoe of the large orders received by them.oertlf?
to the value of this journal as the best me ilium for ad
vertlslng, and the public generally depending npon pub
Uclty to secure an extension of business oommensurafi
with enterprise, ?honld not fall to become acquaintei
with the unquestionable advantages to be derived fron
announcing, through the columns of this pot ular) oura .
; whatetur ro?ate?- to commeKiial or ?n_c- mattera?, n
m??.,?w"t may be ( tho partlctil- business in whlcl
* any vartj ?nay bo engaged, 'Adiare?? '
Hew YorU ??w? DnHtMnrj,
Ko. 19 City HavH Square, New York.
MEHRTENS & WOHLTMANN,
No. 187 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S> O
B. ______"NB.S. V. lot. WOHLTMATv*!.
Maroh 9 8m OB
WHOLESALE AND AAI?T"
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD H*iSPEOTFULLY INFORM THEIR OU8
TOMEil 0 and tbo public that, in sd?Utiou totbeir
WHOLESALE _*D RETAIL GROOEKV at tbo corner
of Elng and ( eorge streets, tli?y bave now opened s
WHOLESALE UND COMMISSION ROUSE at No. 28
Vendue Range, where they will be able to siTord their
onstomers eil- facilities. Tbolr firm wUi comprise
OSO. W. 6TEFT?-NB_T. O. BOttNEn,...I" BUKDEl--IO.
AUSTIN, ANDRUS &- CO.,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET.
OOUNTBY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATOH.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions.
ST Liberal advances mado on consignments.
GEO. E. PRITCHETT,
KORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON? S. O.
Maroh 8_ amos *
0. E. CHICHESTEE~
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. l8 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
A OENT FOB THE PUHOI-?BE AND BALE 01
/_ REAL KbTATK in any of the iJonthorn Mulcts.
ALSO AGENT TOR THE SALE, B_J"TT_*G, Bl.
PAIRING, etc. OF OITY PROPERTY Augus 93
JOHN KING & CO.
OFFEB FOB BAISE,
On Reasonable Te__nsi
At No. 88 Hasel-street,
DDLS. BUPEB AND EXTRA FLOUR
190 frblB. Brown Sogar, assorted
60 bills. Orushed Sugar
SO bags ?Coffee
20 bags Pepper
20 bags Spice
6 bags Ginger '
S bales doves
2 cases Nutmegs
"25 boxes Oround Ginger
200 boxes Adamantine Oandles
25 barrelB Herring
100 kegs Dutch Herring
100 boxes Cheese, assorted
100 kits Mackerel
100 X bbls. Muckorel
75 % bbls. Ms-cei
CO bbls. Mackerel
SS _(s Salmon
60 boxes Codfish
109 kegs and boxes Herring
100 boxes Soap
900 boxes Stareh
_ bbls. Molasses
25 bbls. Copperas
60 kegs Epsom Salte
26 oases Cotton Ca?da
16 oases Wool Cards
25 chests Hyson and E. B. Tea.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
Pine Apples, s.o., ko,
JOHN KING & ?0.,
March S mwf No, 88 HASEL-8TUI_*T.
ff r*\ BBLB. SUPERIOR BOURBON WHISKEY
_> _/ 60 bbls. Magnolia Whiskey
6 bbls. Oin
100 oases Et Julian Claret
60 cases Champagne, quarts and pinta
100 cases Sa utera?. Wine ?Jo
100 cases Fine Old Bourbon Whiskey
100 castos Magnolia Whiskey
60 cases Primrose Whiskey, super
60 cases Old Rye Whiskey
100 cases Fine Cordial Gin
60 cases Old Q. Brandy
26 cases Bum, "St Croix"
600 cases Ale, "Muir A Bons," quarts and pints.
.lust received per steamers and schooners, and for
sale low by . ?INO. JUNG 4 CO.,
MarehO_m-f_No. 88 Hasel-strest
1 f\r\f\ PIEOHS HOLLOW WABE, CON-STING
kWJ \J \J o? Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Frying Pans, ko.
For Bale low by JNO. KINO k CO.,
MarchtC_ No. 88 Hasel-street.
?\,i~\tf\ BBIaS. AMSDELL BROS. CELEBRATED
?\J\J ALBANY AMBER OREAM ALE, received
weekly, and for sale by
JNO. KINO ft CO.
Marchs __~j_No. 88 Hasel -atrae t
Cttf\ CRATES AND HHDB. OF ASSORTED CROOKE
?J \J UY AND GLASSWARE, Just received and for
sale by JNO. KINO ft CO.,
March 6 xnwf No. 88 Basel-street
BALTIMORE B1VET AND SPIKE WORKS.
R. W. TYSON & CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore* Maryland,
HOOK-DEAD KAILIIOAD SPIKES, BOILER BIV
ET8, BOAT SPIKES, fte.
Vor forth- information, apply to
BRUNS ft BEE, Agents,
? No. 81 East Bay, Charleston, & 0.
f OHH ?. EOQ-l8. .TO. 0. BOaXBB. .HAT!t'la, a?. BsTSLUBm
ROGERS, SNEL_IN8 & GO.?
HARDWARE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND MANUFACTURERS OP
CORDAGE, TWINE AND OAKUM,
Noa. 68 ami 7?J Federal street, norton,
"?***>mbar 19 ?roo And No. 4SGU9 tureet. tt.Y.
THK KASTKItN SO. OA. JOWlHAb
IB Ptn)7a-H_?> EVERY SATURDAY MORNING IT
Uieto-nofBonneiterllle. S.O., byVf.E. E.HEN
DERHOH. Proprietor. :_
Terms. -Three dollars pt? annum In ?-van-j t wautj
dollars tar ten copits. M_-?3_
T, SAVAGE HEY W ABD & SONS,
ttEHERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Augusta,
WILL SELL AT
MONDAYS, WED NES DAYS,
P ARTICULAI? ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN
ME1ST8. We hold ourselves- slrlctly i-esrionsiblt
or all goods for which wo have arknowlcdped the re
ceipts, aud will roudor up ?alps as sppa-dlly an possible.
Ooous not insured unless Instruct- to do so.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Mw\\l and Cflni?ii-iflu MeruMto,
N?oa. lae AND ia H MKLTIISQ-BTIIEEI
Boa. b3 ana 5? IIANKL-STREKT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. Getty._. A. Somier.S. T. Bond??
STYLES k CARTER,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION NERf I1ANT?
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
no. X9 VANDBRHORBT'B WHARP,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
h. 0. STYLES.I. ?f. CAUTER
February 3 - _*_
WILLIS k CHISOLli.
FACTORS? COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANL
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Fort?) ol
COTTON, BIOS, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC "W11 AUK, Charleston, ti. O.
8. WILLIS....._ K CHISOLM
WILBUR & SON,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALES BOOMS,
Nos? l8 and 15 State-street ana NOB. 1 and
o__i_E__BSXO_T, s. o_
April 2 mwf
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM,
(LATE OF NEWBERRY O. H" 8. a,)
And will be pleased to seo their friends at
NO. IO BOYCE'B WHARP.
W11. A. COURTENAY. P. 0. TRENHOLM.
May 9 _
W. 0. BENNETT & CO.,
FACTORS, FORWARDING AGENTS
OHARLEHTON, S. O.
W. O. BENNETT....E. B. LIU_... .J. O. MARSHALL.
_____?*?-Ex- Governor VANCE, Charlotte, N. O. ;
Hon. THUS. S. ABIIE, Wade-oro', N. 0. ; E. P. BAT
TLB, Esq., Stato Treasnrer, Raleigh, N. C. ; Ma}. B. D.
TOWN BEND, Bennetts-le, a 0. ; D. MALLOY, Esq.,
Ob?ra?*-, 8. 0.; W. BRANTLEY PETTIQBEW. Esq.,
Florence, 8. O. Imo? May 1*
ISAAC E. HEBTZ. | EUQENE HTJOHET'.
Lato oo-partner of Mordocal k Co.
ISAAC E. HEBTZ & CO.,
SOI East Bay,
CORNER CUMBERLAND STREET,
WILL arVE PABTIC?LAB ATTENTION TO THE
purchasa or eoltvof COTTON, BIOE. LUMBER
NAVAL 8TOBEB, and MEROHANDISE OENERAI.T.Y
and to VESSELS consign- to our care.
Alio, to sales of ?vii descriptions of Merchandise ?
MO RD EO AI & CO., E. LAFITTE k CO.,
__U___k. BEACH & CO., E. B BTODDABD k CO.
a a PAREAR, BROTHERS k CO.
Charleston. April 2,1-3. April ?
B. A. EABLY, I I J. E, EARLY,
Darlington O, H., 8. O. J \Ch_leaton, & 8.
B. A, - J. F. EARLY,
Forwarding and Commission Merca,ants,
NOBTHWEBT CORNER OF EAST BAY AND MAB
KET STREET8 Charleston 8. O*, and opposlti
Ocnrt House, Darllngton, 8. O.. Will attend to the j>
cha-, sale and sidpment of COTTON, NATAL BTOBE&
_a MEROHANDIflB gonoraUy. Orders and oonalAs.
menta solloltod. fimo* J-ti-y li
WHOI__- AKD BETA- D__IB _
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRYCtOODS TOY? &o.
At Wo.?63 IClN-a-aTKICKT, Charleston, H.O.
AT NEW YORK PBIOES.
?far Yor-lUo paper copy for two months, and senfi
i lllto UiU ontrje- IVT N?W-ber'11
NOLEN fis STEERS,
la- Street and Second Avenue, New York,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS
- m K-na OF
LUMBER, MANUFACTURERS OF MOULD rNQR
. SASH DOORS, BUNDO, AND BOX BHOOK?.
raining In all Its branches. Booka contalning Patterns
of Mouldings sent on application,
Deoembee 37_ ly?
SCOTT <- ' H?-IOT,
Brokers and Commission Merchants.
VVaohln?ton-st., Colnnibln, S* O.
?r. a. fcooxr.................. ;...... ....w. o. HBUIC?T.
W1Ugive prrjrr.pt attention, i PnrohMlrig, st-in?, ana
wardlna of all Meroliamli?.n. NoTomh? 10
M. M. QUINN & BRO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, 8TATI0?ERY, -TO?,
No. ? ? 7 KIWO-BTBEKT,
OHARLHS _ OXAT, B. C,
fio. 13V BRO A--BT - ---.
(Opposite M__t-.i-WssiJ -
-*%tTO _ 8TA 0*a_
The latest 1-nea of the press always on hand. _
Babaariptlons reoertod and Good?. d_Torelor soo
?arded by Mall or liuiimsi
All CASH OBDEB8 W- be promptly att_ded to.
I-nair? . ??
SUCH AS RECORDS FOR* PUBLIC OFFICES.
Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, ko., con
t ? nlly on hand, and made to order, and with any des*
rl ption of Ruling. None but the best workmen employ.
d and the beat materials used.
A practica 1 experience of twenty years in the above
ne, and with faclUtlos uns_pas sod, enable me to war
nt ?a Hat- ?on.
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTIN6
In a ill Is branches, with new typo, J??' presses, and
d vantages not' excelled in this olly. L yer'B Blanks,
ltloc, Bonds, Mortgagee, &c., ftc, oh h ? d and printed
o order. tutuslyr December 14
1866. FOR 1866. 1866.
BRADLEY'S- "??LEBE .".TED
EACH HOOF BEIN a COMPOSED
?TWO FKRFSICTJLT TEMPERED SING-aJ?
BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER
edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making tht
STRONGEST AND MOST FLEXIBLE, the LIO_T_j?
AND MOST DURABLE SPRING made.
They will not bead or break like the single springs,
but will al ways pr?serve their
PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OR HOUSE DRESS.
In fut, they are superior to all others, oomblnlng
COMFORT, ECONOMY. LIGHTNESS AN
BRADLEY., DUPLEX ELLIPTR!
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For sale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively b?
-? sole owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
No. 70 OH AMBERS AND Nos. TO AND 81 READE 8T8..
For _Ie In Charl-ton, 8. 0., Wholesale and B?tail, bj
WM. T. BURGE A OO.
EDWIN BATES A OO.
KING A GOODRICH.
3. ?. BEAD k CO.
WM. MCCOMB & co.
- SCOTT A CO.
UFFERHABDT ft OAMPSEN.
JAB. B. BETTS.
8TOLL, WEBB ft OO.
And all other Mon-ants who sell first-olasa BulHI
in Charl-ton and throughout the Southert? otate
January- _ cm?
For the Handkerchief.
A Most Exquisite, Delicate, and Fra
grant Perfume, Distilled from the Bare
and Beantifnl Flower from which it
takes its name.
Manufactured only by *"_I AILON A SON,
BEWAP? OF C?UNTERFEIn'S.
ASK FOR PTTALON'S-TAKE NO OTHEP.
Bold by Di-fTpM*) '-oneroJly,
SPENCERD, C. VAN BQKKELES
No. IBS WATEtt-STHEET, HBW YORK.
PABTIOUXAB ATT_RTION OIVBN TO THE 8 A LE
O? COTTON AND NAVAL STORKS.
i REPRESENTED B1?*
GEORGBE. PBITCHETT, Charl-ton S. 0.
D. D. HOOOTT, Camtleili S. 0.
, A. H. VAN B0B_J*__*. Wilmington, N. 0.
April 14 C_cs"?
_ THE WEEKLY RECORD OAS BE PUB?
CHASED at H. P. BUOG'S, MarXet-str*??, WUlfc
QU-HN'a, E_*?tms, a. which pistes newab**??^ ?a be
Cure:? nil littest- enured hy
M'lt'-.ibiiii*, viz :-Spermator
?Vn.i, SrmfHttl - Wea kitam.
Night. KmUaltina, Loss ?/
Mt aery. Universal Liifni
''"/>, /'Kin? ?n the Hack, Hint
~*<*** of Viaftm, Prematuro
\tdtlAgr, II', ,a- Nerren. />_*>"
\t mt Breathing, Pule Counto
- ?n-nniiy, Conmimp-,
Prk? f'2 per bottle ?.r t|lro<? ,,"._, ,09 ror e?. B??M
byalldruSRbts; erwi?ll,-. f.."L ,,y. ,.,;",.,,;_ tonny
portion of tim wodli, on rciii ii \,f .?Vice, by the
colo proprietor, -----.
Dr. W. E. MERWIN, 37 Walker St., V. Y. ,
?'"re? nil Urinary Corh
pl.nnts, viz: Ornrel.Inftath
vialiwi t/tat Bladder and
Kidney*, Detention of
brlve, ?(rutare* of the
tintant. Dropsical SweO
ino\ Briete Dust Deposits,
niM ?ill di??-mi that rcqtllro
iKtrvHcaml u-ben used in
iij nivtii.n ?vlUi tho '
CHEROKEE INJECTION, ,
?Iocs not f;iil to euro Gonorrhea, (?lett anil all Mu
couH Discharge* in Mule <?r i .mai-, curing recent
easts in from one to t'ireo <*??.,-?, an,I i3 especially
recommen?l?:<l in ilios.? catva at ptiinr Allais or
White? in Female*. Tim In tnrdluiusS used in
conjunction w11] n?.t fail torciii?ivcil,in,|?an|n'?.pni)lo
complaint, nn<! in tim e caws ? bera ulker undidMS
hnvo been used without st-?-*.
Pilco, Remedy,One Bottk?, '.*.'
"_,. Injection, " .. ?js,
Tho Chorokeo u Cu*-,*," "Remedy," und "Injec
tion" aro to bo fourni in nil ?mil renilat-I druir
stores, nnd oro reciimmon?lo<I l.v blivstalam and
dniggists all over tho ??.?"rM.fnrtlffirintrinsloworth
nuil -marlu Sumo unprinripV.l foslSM, however,
try to deceive their cu>toiner-t, hy Selling cheap ?nu
worthless compounds,-In Order til iimko money
In placo of theso. Ho not deceived. If the drug
gists will not buy thom f..r you, ?rito t?i na, nnitwo
will send thom to you l,y exnrcia, M-curely packed
and free from observation WV trviit nil ?liseosos to
which tho human system b sii'jecl, and will bo
pleased to receive full and esplicil statement? from
thoso who hnvo failed ti. refelvo rpllsf horetoforo.
Ladies or'pontlemen on nddn_ ns in perfect con
fidence. Wo d-fra to frnd ?mr thirty-two pairo
fi.amphlot freo to every lady nml ccntlenian In tho
and. Addro.<s all letter? for pamphlets, medicines,
or ad vico, to tho sole proprietor, * ?-.
? ? Dr. W. R, MERWIN. 137 Walker St,, N, T.*
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, C?.EAH
" ****-**"**- <-CA *t?X
HAS NO EQUAL FOR PBESEBVING AND, BEAUT
rhNG THE COMPLEXION AND SKIN.
Bold by DroKgis ts evory where..
Depot No. lATolton-street, Ne-* York.
KING & CASS1DEY, Agent?/
Jan nary 31
1 -TTTT*. S_V*V*.#?*_aSIlSr_A.__C
NEWS AND HERALD,
ri'BJ 1SHED AT
No. Ill Bay-streei, Savannah, Ga.,
OFFICIAL FAPER OF THE CITY,
le assigned the publication of
AB having the
In tho City and County,
And Publishes the Lo__ Advertisements of nearly every
County which baa Ita Advertising done in Savavamiah.
It is the
BEST ADVERTISING* MEDIUM
In its Section of the State.
Dolly.$10 per Annni_
Trl-Weekly. 6 " ?.
Weekly. 8 .? .?
S. W. MASON,
Editor and Proprietor.
THE! CAROLINA TIMK?,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT ORANGE.
BURG O. H" 8. 0., by THAD. C. ANDHBWS,
The only paper published in the rich andfloorlahlng
District of Orangeburg, B. 0. Circulation of tho Papas
extensive and rapidly increaalni?.
Weekly Paper-?ne year.IS.
Wee_y Paper-six months. 2.
Weekly Paper-three months.*.?...... 1
To c1 nbs of ten or more the Paper will be supplied
$t per year for each copy. .
To clubs of twenty or mero the Paper wlQ be tra,pp Ii
at f8 per year for eaoh copy.
One square-one month.9
Oneaqoare-two months... 8.
On e square-three months. 10,
One square- six mouth?. 18.0
One sanare-- twelve months.J. ie. o
^ DISCOUNTS. ??
Twenty-'flre per cent, discount allowed on advert?s?.
menta of three squares or over.
Thirty-throo per cent, discount showed on advert?-?
monta of half column or over. ____
Fifty per ?eui, dlioonnt allowed on adv-i-ementa o
one column or over.
Termsoaab. _".-." _ ._-.
?EGARE ?% ANDREWS,
THE ?COLUMBIA FHCBNEK
ENLARGED. . ,
Great Heil act Ion In the Rates ot Advera,
THE COLUMBIA PHONIX (PUBLISHED DAILY
and Trl-Weekly) has been GREATLY ENLARGED,
and in the quantity snd quality of its rerdlng matt
w?l oompare ftvorably with any paper in the State. The
subscription price to the Daily is $10 a year 5 Trl-Week
The terms for transient advertislnghave been BS>
DUOEDOVER'TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.; whUe the
monthly and qtiarterly rates have been lowered to snob
an extent as to place the columns of the paper within
tho -each o? dealers snd manu-ojnrers gonerslly.
JULIAN A. ?' M-UX,
January 79 Proprietor Columbia Phcsn_.
TIIE NKW BRA,
AWlBKtY PAPER, PUBLISHED AT DARLINa.
TON COURT HOUBE, has !!_a^fiL__B___
ferrad to ne by its original pwrnrietors. ^.I^f*4?^ th?
same Dlstri?5C and ?nly, one sUt?on ^lstot ?"TOT th?
great i_lroad centre of -tjrenee, ?*,?/^^*B_?_S*S!;
munl-tton with all parts of thewunbry, ^1 ?sp^a^r
With the clti- of Charleston, Oolumbla f^wto?ngton
horn xrhl?- we are nearly e<pl*t?,rtM*i*^2?S?5**_.?
Tnea-ltor, ?. H. NORWOOD, Esq.. '^/?"???J JJ*
known to the press of the State as one of th? prig la
Flsg. wMoh paper was dlsoontinn- at _e bactonlng
the warT AsTn?Stvee of the South we w?pe?*>>-Uly solle
iMrtngto? a H" ?0.. Deoe_b_2? lo-.
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