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1866. F??1866. 1866.
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EACH HOOP BEIN0 COMPOSED
TWO PEHPKCThY TKBIPKRKD SIHOLB
BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER
odge to edge, forming ono hoop, and making thf
STRONGEST AND MOST FLEXIBLE, the LIGHTESI
AND MOST DURABLE SPRING made.
They will not bend or break like tbo single springt,
but will always preserve their
PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OR HOUSE DRESS.
In faut, they are superior to all others, combining
COMFORT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS AND
BRADLETS DUPLEX ELM'
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For aale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively bj
the sole owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
?0. 70 CHAMBERS AND Nos. 79 AND 81 BEADS BT8,,
Fot aale In Charleston, 8. 0., Wholesale and Retail, by
WM. T. BUBGE & CO.
EDWIN BATES & CO.
KING & GOODRIOH.
J. R. READ h CO.
WM. MoOOMB A CO.
E. SCOTT & CO.
UFFEBHABDT, OAMPSEN & CO.
JAH. B. BETTS.
STOLL. WEBB & CO.
S. FBIDOUBG, OAHM A CO.
And all other Merchants who sell first-class ?RIRTI
ta Charleston and throughout the Southern States.
January 20 6mo
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JCCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTORY.
v i rrsa.
JUOH AS BEOOBDS FOB PUBLIC OFFICES,
Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, fco., oon
intly on hand, and made to order, and with any dea
1 ptlon of Ruling. None hut the best workmen employ
,and the beat materials used.
A practical experience of twenty years In the abov?
je, and with facilities unsurpassed, enable me to war
00K BLND?NG AND JOB PRINTING
In a m ta branches, with new type, uaw presse?, and
vantagos not excelled in this city. L i yer's Blanks,
ties, Bonds, Mortgages, fco., fce., on hi d and printed
order. tutnslyr December 14
!HE SUMTER NEWS,
H. L. DARE,
ir ?vc rr us a , s- o.
?OOP ADVERTISING MEDIUM FOB MEROHANTI
tClJLATION RAPIDITY INCREASING
IHE PROPBIETOR. WELL KNOWN IN CHARLEE
TON, offers to his old friends the oolumnB of hi
lor a? a good ADVERTISING MEDIUM, and solloiti
?ftio of their patronage, feeling assured that he car
8 entire satisfaction both in ?tylo and prloes, h<
ng a PRAOTIOAL PRINT KB, and wi 1 give als entiri
intlon to hi? paper.
UBINESS CARDS inserted at reasonable rates.
DVERTI?EMESTH taken by contraot.
nelnesfl Letters will be addressed to
H. L. DARE,
|iay 80 ^_flumter. Booth Carol' \
rill. rvic W IRA.
WEEKLY PAPEB, PUBLISHED AT DABLT5(
TON COURT OOUHK, has recently been tran
1 to us by its original proprietors. Located In tl
District, and only one station distant from tl
t railroad centre of Florence, our facilities for cor
ileation with all parts of the country, and especial
Itlio cities ot Charleston. Columbia and Wllmlngto
j which we are nearly equl-dixtant, are unsurpass t
iitor, J. H. NORWOOD, E?q.. was formerly w
i to the press ol the Hut? as one of the orlgl:
lore, and for several year? Editor ol the Darling
vhlch paper was discontinued at the beginning
, As natives of the Month we respeotfully soil
of the advertising ?atronaiie,
4. A* fei ifh. i% O., Pnbliahors.
ngtou a ?., t?. O.. Deeembera. I86A,
THE ASTONISHING BUCCE8S WniOH HAB AT
TENDED this invaluable medicine proves it the
most perfect remedy ever discovered. No language can
convoy an ad?quate idea uf tho immediato and almost
miraculous change which it occasions to the debilitated
and shattered Hyxloni. in fact, it stands unrivalled as a
remedy for the perfect cure of
Loss of Muscular Energy, -
Diseases of the
Stone in the
I?, i er,
v- ale u'tro.
And all Diseases or*, irtlons of the Bladder and Kid
neys, and Dropsicali.* ilingH existing in Men, Women,
FOR TD08E DI IKABES PECULIAR TO FEMALES
CONBTITU r*UM WATER IS A SOVEREIGN
These Irregularities are tho cause of frequently recur
ring disease, and through nojjlect tho seeds of more
gravo and dangorons maladies are the result; and as
month alter month passes without an effort being mado
to assist nature, tho difficulty becomes chronio, tho pa
tient gradually loses hor appotlto, the bowelB are con
stipated, night sweats como on, and consumption final
ly ends her careor.
. For sale by all Druggists. Price $1.
W. H. GREGG?& CO.,
MORGAN & ALLEN,
General Agents, No. 40 Cliff street, New York,
CHARLES ION, AGENTS.
April 14 6mofl
FOHniKIlLY OF Wo. 30 HAYNB.8TREBV.
J?ST RECEITED?ND NOW IN STORE,
A FULL SUPPLY OF
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AGENTS FUR
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP,
AND ALL THE RELIABLE PATENT MEDIOINE8 O?
JOSEPH A. MORGAN,
No. 153 MEETING-ST..
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
Cures oil diseases caused by
rhea, Seminal Weakness,
Night - Emission?, Loss of
Memory, Universal Lassi
tude, Pains in the Back, Dim
;??m of Vision, Premature
j Old Age, Weak Nerves, Diffi
cult Breathing, Pale Oounte
nance, Insanity, Consump
tion, and all diseases that fol
low as a sequence of youthful Indiscretions.
The Cherokee Cure will restoro health and vigor,
atop tho emissions, and effect a permanent cure
after all other medicines bave failed. Thirty-two
pago pamphlet sent In a sealed envelope, free to any
Prlco $2 per bottlo, or three bottles for t'>- Bold
by all druggists ; or will be 6ent by express to any
portion or the world, on receipt of prlco, by the
Dr. W. E. MEEWIN, 37 Walker St., N, T.
Cures all Urinary Com
plaints, viz: Gravel, Inflam
mation of the Bladder and
Kidneys, Retention of
Urine, Strictures of the
.Urethra, Dropsical Swell
ings, Brick Dust Deposits,
ami all diseases that require
a diuretic, and when used ia
conjunction with tho
docs nntfall to cure Gonorrhea, Gleet and all Mu
cous DiscJiarge* in Mnlo or Female, curing recent
casts in from one to three days, and Is especially
recommended In thoso cases of Fluor Albtts or
Whites in Females. Tho two medicines used in
conjunction will nut fail torcinovo this disngroenblo
complslot, and In thoso cases where other medicines
havo been usod without success.
Prlco, Remody, Ono Bottle, t2, Three Bottles, ?5.
H"s? Iujoction, " " t'2, " " &
Tho Chorokoo " Cure," "Remedy," and "Injec
tion" aro to be found in all well rogulatcd drug
stores, and aro recommended by physicians and
druggists all over the world, for their Intrinsic worth
and merit. Bomo unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive their customers, by selling cheap and
worthless compounds,?In ordor to* make money?
In ploce of theso. Be not deceived. If tho drug
gists will not buy them for y .. , wrltr lo us, and wo
will send them to you by expresa, sccurelv packed
and freo from observation. Wo treat all diseases to
which the human system Is suliKJ-t. and will bo
pleased to rocelve full and explicit stntcmonts from
thoso who havo failed to rccclvo relief heretofore.
Ladles or gentlemen can address ns in perfect con
fidence. Wo desire to send our thirty-two page
?iainphlet freo to every lady and gentleman In the
and Address all letters for pamphlets, medicines,
or advice, to the solo proprietor, ' ?*
? Dr. W. E. MEEWIN, 37 Walker St., N. Y.
May 34_thstn Irr
THBDAItLIIVGTON SOUTIItCll** tOK.
THE SOUTHERNER 18 PUBLISHED REGULARL
every FRIDAY mousing, at Darlington Goru
House. S. C, by JAMEtf M. BROWN, and Edited by I
W. BO- D, Esq. It has just commenced 1U H EVENT I
VOLUME nnder vory flattering auspice?. It is a lar?
sheet, is printed on tbo best of paper, aud the publish?
Is determined to apare neither labor oor expense I
making it worthy of tbo largest patronage. Having
good and rapidly growing circulation among the Plan
era and Merchants of Darlington District, andoiti
Pee Dee oonntry ,lt oilers strong m< luce monts to i
Merchants and other? desirous oi making the m so
known t?TOUgh the''iSHiluro i t.iv-rt'?e'neo"?'
I Uftfc??! A *J A Y I raUttiVl'b *VA.Vrtl.U i
I UDa?O Ml> ?n?w -ui'J won-lenui tfKWINU MAOUIN
theot-avohoap -me?oensod. anaren? ?UaW <s CLAR
Biddatord Mala. ??.??mrwura*
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
Beg respectfully to return their thanks to the
public fer its lib oral support to their Journal, and
promise that in tho future, as in the past, it shall
bo their aim to make
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
la the country. It has now
THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
of any Newspaper issnod in tho State, and is
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper published in the State?issued in
folio form of eight pages, and the size of the Hew
It ia universally conceded that
THE CHARLESTON DM NEWS
11ST 3D 33 3? 33 3ST 3D 33 IST T,
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
published in tho South. It ia
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our friends have speken and written to
vj? ooBoerning the publication of a Tri-Weekly. We
havo thought of doing this for some time, but
owing to the general disarrangement of poBtal af
fairs, wo have conoludod not to do so until the
commencement of next season.
On the flrst of Soptomber we will coinnionco^to
publish a country edition of Tue News, and t
shall bo our aim to make the paper the host ever
issued in thin State. We intend introducing en
tirely new features in this enterprise; it will not
be a summary of the daily, but will be complete
and original in itself, and wo are certain that its
patrons will ho as well pleased with it as are
our present patrons pleased with the daily.]
TEBMS Of JDJUXTX"*
Three months. 2?&
CATICABT, McMILLAn & MGBIO?
No. 18 HAYNE-STREET
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW YORK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Pioprietor.
THE ONLY RECOGNIZED DEMOCMTIC
IN NEW ?ORK.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE NEW ?OBK NEWS HA8 BATTLED AOAINBT
despotism for four years of blood and torror, in
R88ortion of the sanctity of tho Constitution. A patriot*
Ism Buillcloutly broad to embrace both sections baa been
Its only gnldo, and it refera n nw with boneat pride to 1 ti
record to show tbat it baa not turned to tbo rlgbt or the
loft under all tbo violence of arbitrary power.
True to ia principles as THE NEWS haa boon through
tho reign of torror. It challenges public conOdenco in
honesty and Independence for the future.
The political transition of tho pr?tent day opens to
THE NEWS a new and wider field of usefulness. Stan c
Ing now as ltal ways has, on the inviolability of the O o
Btltutlon, accoi Ing to tho Interpretation of tbo ?trie
conBlTOctlouinta, it pr?sents a rallying ground for all,
both sectlono, who aro frlomls of a generous conserva
tism. As a truo and tried exponent nf sectional amity 1
occupies a position which makes it tho fitting mediato
in holding up to tho party of order In both section?,! n
tercata and principios that gayo breadth and vitality t o
their nlllauce. As an interaoctional agent, devoted 0
freedom of election, to trial by Jury, to tho sanctity
the habeas corpus, and opposed now, aa for four yearaol
terror It has been, to tho centralization that darea to
trampln on tho rights of S taten, North or South, THB
NEWS placea Itself as a candidate for support before t 1
great body of this once froe people.
The circumstances of the moment mako tho dlssom
mlnatlon of the principios of THE NEWS a duty of In
dividual patriotism. Every man who concurs In It
doctrine must, if he entertain a true sonso of freedom,
do so In no spirit of lndifforence, but rather with the
earnestness of a high trust. Justified, nay bonnd.l n
bis lovo of liberty to do so, the proprietor places th
canvass he makos here af tho public gonorally in the
hands of ihoso men who give him the approval of their
consciences as his individual agents. Every readerol
THE NEWS can not avoid tho conviction of duty which
is here pointed out as the ground of the request, that he
nrges its clalmB for a wider anpport upon all of hli
friends and neighbors who glvo their earnest sympathies
to tho canso ol "atrlct construction," intoraectlonalcon
ciliation, and all tho rights of tho citizens under the ty s
tem, set np by onr fathers, of liberty regulated bylaw.
Tho proprietor of THE NEWS calls, therefore upon
good and truo Conservatives throughout the country to
discharge, to their convictions of political Tight at this
groat crisis in tho country's fortunos, the duty ofgiv*
lug to the influence of his paper, dally, semi-weekly, or
weekly, the widor.power for good which it seeks bore
through the service of Its individual supporters.
SEMI-WEEKLT AND WEEKLY NEWS.
These two Journals are m ml o np with special refer,
ence to the wants of country subscribers, and contain
such a variety of matter as to render them welcome to
every family in tbo land. In the matter of L1TSRA
TDBE, the choicest stories of the beat writers ar
spread forth in their columns; and moro excellent lito
rar/ matter is furnished In one issue than can be hadl n
raany of the exclusively literary Journals of the day.
The GENERAL NEWS Is admirably selected and con
doused, so aa to give all tho current Intelligence In 11
readable a form as it can be placed. It comprises news
from every part of tho country, and ia always the latest,
Tho OOMMERGJAL INTELLIGENCE la carefully pre
pared, and Includes reliable Maiikkt Rbpobts frozna
points, which are not excelled by any Journal in thl
Bend the names of all Friends of CONSTITUTIONAL
LIBEBTT, and we will send them SPECIMEN COPIES
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NEW TOBE DAILY NEWS, to Mall Sub
scribers.$6 for 0 months,
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
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Any person sending a OLtJB of FIFTY for THE SEMI
WEEKLY or WEEKLY NEWS wlU be entitled to THI
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written. To Insure safety in remittance, money orderi
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE.
TeeNswYoiuiNewsIs now taken throughout th
Bonthern States, and the undisputed fact that It has
larger circulation in tho South than the Journals of th
Hew York Press combined, will lnsnro the attention o
the commercial public- and the publlo generally.
Advertiser? now availing themselvos of the opportt
nlty to make known their business through the column
ofTnaNsw YorkNxwb, are convinced ofthoimpor
anee of Its great circulation throughout the South, 11
consequence of tho large />rder? rocoived by them.oertU
to the value of this Journal as the best medium for a?
vertialng, and the publlo generally depending upon pul
liclty to secure an extension of business commensurat
with enterprise, should not fall to become acrjaatnte
with the unquestionable advantages to be derivodfroi
announcing, through the columna of this popularj onmi
whatever relates to commercial or financial matters, n
matter what may be the particular business In whlc
any party may be engaged. Address
Raw York New? KalMlnsr,
No. 1? City Hall aguare, HewYork.
N. York Advertisement?.
FUItiMTUUE ! FURNII OSE !
W HOLES ALE~AND RETAIL.
DEGRAFF & TAYLOR,
NOS. 87 & 80 BOWERY k C5 CHRYSTIE-STBEEi;
HAVE THE BISST ABSOllTED ST0CS Or
PARLOK, DINING-ROOil AND BED-ROOH
PEINO BEDS AND BEDDING,
IN tue: UNION.
UR FACILITIES FOR~ MANUFACTUniNO AT?
.-r,^ ??,}?., 1>U1CK8 ?oiy competition. HTEAMER8
AND HOTELS FURNI?IItD KlH HIYLE AND QUALI
rY. Wo refer you on board of tin. Hudson River Steam
ers, 8T. JOHN and DEAN IUUlMoND. *????
Fuller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses'
FIVE STATE PREMIUMS AWARDED.
B.J.BECK & CO.
No. O PI5?E.STUKKT, NKW YORK,
JOB PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
Wholesale o??I Retail Dealers in First-Class Office Ficeturtt,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORT
MENT of Foreign and Domestic LETTER AND
NOTE PAPER. Envelopes of overy size and quantity.
Certificates of Stock, Bonds, Checks Notes, Drafts,
Bills of Exchange, Billheads and Cards, Ate, tasteful]}
Ordors 'by mall will re :elvo prompt attention at low
ast cash prices.
B. J. BECK.OHA8. NEWBOUBCI
8UOOKSBOB TO A. kONGETT.
Ho. 88 Murray-st., New York.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
0OTTON PRESSES AND COTTON GINS,
HORSE POWERS, THRESHING MACHINES
10,11, 60 and 60 PLOWS, Canal Barrows.
And aU other Agricultural Implements, FortilLseU
PLOW CASTINGS of all kinds constantly on hand,
JOHN C. II U ALK,
No. 10 Nassau-street, New Vorlt,
? LARGE STOCK OF FIRST-CLASS BLANK BOOKS.
L Also, Domestio and Foreign Papers and Stationery?,
nst&ntly on hand, Sots of Account Books made to orden,
Lithography, Engraving and Printing executed proinptn .
ly and in the best possible manner. Special attention to
orders by mall, and prioeas low as any Lout?.* in the city '
or locdi ol mnr'ooilUv. ntuthUr October 23
UNITED STATES STEEL PEN WORKS..
FACTORY, CAMfJKN, N. J.
R. ESTERBR?OK & COJ
STEEL PEN MANUFACTURERS,
^knvunnawn \ 1?' *?3 Arch-street, Pblla.
WAREHOUBKB J No> 4a jotm^treet, N. York.
Samples and prices on application. Lots made to 01* -
der of any pattern or stamp required.
CAUTION.?These Pens axe of genuine American
manufacture, and equal in finish, elasticity and flnrmr?
of point to the best imported. They are, therefore, sure
0 gain the confidence of the American public The fao
mUe of our signature Is sufficient security against for*
gn imitation. > B. EHXERBRUOh & CO,
Heptember M _rnthslv
JOHN B. FULLER.
MANUFACTURER & DEALER,
No. 8 DKY-STRKK.T, NEW YORK,
Hau in atore and ready for immediate shipment,
and is manufacturing to order,
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
0 260 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills ol
most approved construction, of all sizes, cutting 700
o 1600 feet of lamber per hour; Orlst Mills, Mill Irons,
Water WhoelB, and every kind of MU? Machinery ; Sugar
Hills, Paper and Mining Machinery; Tools, Tanks, ko.
or OU and Salt Works; Cotton and Woolen Machineryh
Vertical Planor?, Woodworth Planing Ma
on Planers, chines,
tngino Lather, Gray k Wood's Planing Ms.
Drill Lathes,1 chines,
Boring Machines, Daniels' Pinning Machines,
flatting Machine?, Moulding Machines,
Upright Drills, Bash Machines,
Heam Pumps, Tenoning Machines,
foros Pumps, Power Morticing Machines
Lifting Pumps, Foot Morticing Machin?e,
notion Pumps, Boring Machines,
BydrauUo Jacks, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma>
ew Tacks. chines,
sasjjjsjpj Pulleys and Circular Saw Benches,
Hangers, Wright's Patent Scroll Saws,
lubber and Leather Belt- Patent Belt HcroU Saws,
lngs, Circular Reserving M1?S,
jMtbex and Rubber Hose, Upright Reserving Mills,
numbing and Oas Fittings Rotary and Mining Pompa,
Neam and Oas Pipes Every do ?olpUon of Machi?
?earn and Water Gauges, nary tnd Railway Supplies.
Ootton, Gins ! Cotton. Grins ! !
COTTON OINS III
Taylor, Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Excelsior
in a McCarthy OOTTON OINS, with Engines or Hone
Powers, and everything required for the same, in store,
udf or sale at the lowest price. Tour orders are re
eotfoUv soUolted. tntliHlyr Octobers
ISAAO MIX, JR.,
No. 698 Broadway, New York.
? ^-u.^ te:
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN FINE CAR
RIAGES of every description, which will be sold
less prises than at any other establUnment In the
y, and warranted equal to any made in the United
$ar Particular attention paid to orders.
EAUTY. ~ AUBURN,
Golden, Flaxen, and
8ilken CURLS produced by
the use of Pro!. DeBreux's
FBI3ER LE OBEVEUX.
One application warranted
to curl the most straight ?
and stubborn hair of either
sex into wavy ringlets or heavy massivo curls. Has been
DsoJ by the fashionables of Paris and London, with the
moat gratifying results. Does no injury to the hair.
Price by mall, sealed and postpaid. $1. Uescrlphvo cir
culars mailed free. Address, BKROER. BRUITS k CO.,
Ohomlsts, No. 28S River-street, Troy, N. Y. Bole agents
or the United SUtes. tntb>-3mo May 8
IIISKER8 AND MUS
TAC1IK8 forced to
grow- upon the smoothest
fsce in from three to five
weoks by using Dr. HKVUI
N E ' 8 RE8TAURATUER
CAPILLAIRE, tho most ,
wondorful discovery In mo
dern sclenoe, acting upon
ho Beard and iir.tr in an almost miraculous manner. It
has been used by the elite of Paris and .London with the
moat flattering success. Names of all purchasers win
be registered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in
evory Instance, tho money wlil be cheerfully refunded.
Price by mall, sealed and postpaid, $ 1. Desoriptive dr*
oulsrsand testimonial* mall d free Addro?s DERGBR,
SROTra k CO., Chemists, No. 085 Blver-atreet, Troy,
N. Y. Solo agento for the United otates.
May 7 to. thsDmo