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O. K. HUGEB,
No. 137 MEETINGS-,
CI1A1.LI-8TON. S. C.
LOCOMOTIVAS, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON _ WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
. MILL AND OIN BANDS
WILDER'? SALAMANDER SAFES, ?ia
JtST* Represented by Messrs. M. K. JESSUP k CO.,
New York. a
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COUPAIT"
Office No. 147 Meeting-street
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission .of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVEB
FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY FREE OF
II. B. PLANT,
Prosldent, Augusta, Ga,
J. P. W. WALTER,
WH- QI?7E HI? ATTENTION TO THE
RENTING OF HOUSES
OOLLEOTING OF ACOOUNTS GENERALLY.
Offlce No. 25 Broad-street.
Residence No. ?i Uoaufuln-strcot. lmo July IT
GEO. E. CRUMP & GO.
AGENTS FOB MANU^A?TCBED TOBAOOO,
AMD WH0_8A__ DSAIXBB IN
IaiaUOHS. 'UHA1N. Fl.ilUK. LI M HI,
SUOAl-S. ?Alf, SAhT?O KIBH,
no, _ou du jad exaaifiA',
M AUGUSTA. GrA. .'
A. S. HULL, Agent,
S. W. CORNER OHARLE8TON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, CAB
BIMERES AND VEUTiNoa can be bad, togetbe?
With a choice assortment if
afientlemeo's Furnishing Goods?
LINEN AND MUSLIN SHIHTS, made; order, inany
y le that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give bis spatial attention to the
As nsnal. lyr Juno t
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
TniB HOTEL IS NOW OI'ENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It baa been remodelled and refurnished
roughout. The travelling enhilo, transient visitors, ot
ers. will find in ii all ti.o luxuri?s of a FIRBT-0LAB8
TABLIBHMENT, combined with the comforts ol
The location la one ol the most airy and pleasant for
ummer. A Billiard Baloon for the lovers of this
ealthi-1 exercise la atUched. No pains or ezpenii j
pared to give entire a-tiafactlon.
May U _f. OPDBBEEOK.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Babaorlbera having leased thla favorita bouse, it
BEF11IED AND REFURNISHED
m AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And Is now prepared with the most perfect
appointments for the reception of gilesta
The first position amopg flritolaas Hotels will bt
malnUiaed in the future, as in the past.
Mar 81 ?moa IMKER A FARLE?
TI1K COLUMBIA PHCBN-X
?rea., lleciuctlon iu the Hates mt Adrar.
rp^E OOLTJMBIA PHott-l* (PUBLISHED DA-1
.*_ ."ii1 Trf-Weeidy) haa been GREATLY ENLABOBD,
and In tho quantity and finality ol its rerding matta?
will oompare favorably with any paper In the State. Th*
subsoripUon prioa to the Daily is t?o a year, Tri-Week
The terms for transient advertising have been BE*
DUOED OVER TWENTY-FIVK: PER OENT. ; while ths
monthly and quarterly ratee have baan loirersd to no
an extent aa to place the columns of the paper Within
Uta .-eaoh o? dealers and ma_uf_cturers iranorally.
_. JOjUAMV bJSLB?.
Js?oary 39 -"Toprteto. C-unMa P______
No. 238 Ring-street.
PRATT & W?? BROTHERS,
TSTo. 238 King-street,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MABKET-ST.,
Charleston, S. O.
N. A. PRATT.
Ohemldt to late
O. B. Nitre and
B. W. WILSON. I P. B. WELRON,
I Gradnato oi
j I'hlia. College
| of Pharmacy, &
reau. Chemist to late
I (OS Ord. Dop't.
The Proprietors are Nativo Goor^aos.
*T_(E A8TONI8HINO BUCCE88 WHICH HAS AT
J. TENDED this invaluable medicine provea it the
most perfect remedy ever discovered. No language can
convey an adequate idea el the lmmedlato and almost
miracnlons change which It occasions to the debilitated
and shattered system. In fact, it stands unrivallod aa a
remedy for the perfect cure of
Lobs of Muscular Energy,
. Physical Prostration,
Dlaeases of the
Stone in the
Bl ?a er,
And all Dlaeases ora, , ?tions or the Bladder and Kid.
coys, and Drona&ali * llings existing In Men, Women,
or Children. *? .--."-___,
FOB THOSE DI ii- ABES PECULIAR TO FEMALES
CONSTITU?AN WATER IB A SOVEREIGN
These Irregularities are tbe causo of frequently recur,
ring disease, and tbrongh neglect the seeds of more
grave and dangerous malar! Ion aro the roan It ; and aa
month alter month passoB without an offort being made
to assist nature, the ?liaiculty becomes chronic, the pa
tient gradually Iobpb her appetite, the bowels aro con
stipated, night awvata'come on, and consumption final
ly ends her career.
For sala by all Drnggtsts. Price H.
W. H. GREGG k CO.,
MORGAN k ALLEN,
General Agents, No. IO Cliff street, New York.
April 1*_ -moa
Or Female Hegulator,
Cure Suppressed, Excessive and
Painful Menstruation, Oreen
Sickness, Ner-tont andSpinai Af
fections, Paine in the Back; Sick
Headache, Qiddincst, and all dig.
eases that spring from irregularity,
by removing tbo causo and all the
effects that arise from It. They
aro porfi'ctly safo In all coses, ex
cept when forbidden by direc
, tions, and are easy to administer,
as thuy aro nicely sugar coated.
They should be In the hands of
i every Malden, Wife, and Mother
1 in the land.
Ladles can address us In perfect
??onfldence, and tuite their com
plaints In full, as wo treat all Fomalo Complaints,
ami preparo Medicines suitable for all diseases o
which thoy aro subject - Thirty-two page pamphlet,
tn a sealed cnvolope, free.
The Cherokee Pills ara sold hy all druggists at 91
por box, or six boxes for f6 ; or tboy are sent by
mai, free of postage, in an ordinary letter, free
from observation, by addressing the sole proprietor '..
Dr. W. E. MEEWIH, 37 Walker St., I, Y. '
N. B.-Cherokee Pills No. S are prepared /or
special cases, when milder medicines foil ; these
aro sent by mall, free of postage, on receipt of $5,
the price of each boa.
a_?r, Essence of MAfe,
W/Z/?Wb7 Cares O entrai Debility, Weak
W-s. nets, Hyst?ries in Females.
Palpitation of the Heart and
all Nervous IHseates. It to
atores new life and vigor te the
aged, causing the hot blood of
A* the Ph?nix rites yout?, to C0(rrse the veins, res
$rT -nima?ea VlUi }?rin8 tho Organs of Genera
new lifC'-so doe?^?S?_______ffa__3_!__
thi* Blair rejuven- Debility, restoring JUanlinett
ate the tyttem ana and full vigor, thus proving a
overcome disease- perfect "JKiWr of Love," re
moving Sterility ana Barrenness in both sexes. To
Ojo young, mlilnMe-ogod, and aged, thero Is no grcaUr
boot? than this " Elixir of Life." ? It gives a new
lease ef life, causing the weak and debilitated te
have renewed strength and vigor, and the entire
system to thrill wlthloy and pleasure. .
Price, one bottle ?2; three bottles 15; sent by
express to any address. ? __'?__'"
our medicines are sold and recommended bv all
respectable druggists in every part of the dvlllred
globe; some unprincipled dealors, however, try to
deceive their customers by selling cheap and worth
less compounds In order to make money. Re not
deceived-esk for these medicines and take no
others. If the druggist does net keep them, write
to na, aed we will send them by express, carofully
packed, free from observation. We will be pleased
to receive lotters with full statements in regard to
any disease with which ladles or gentlemen are
afflicted Address all letters for medicines, pamph
lets, er ad vico, to the sols proprietor, _ **L
Dr W. E, MEEWIH, 87 Walker 8t., N. T,
May 08_tam lyr
G. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. l8 BROAD-STREET, *
OHABLE?TON, 8. 0.
A GENT FOR THE PUROHABB AND BALE 01
A REAL E?r ATE In any oi the Southern States.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALS. BKNTTNG. Jl?.
P4,1 RINO, ko. OFPiT_? t; IP? RTF ?. ~n*> ' .
TUB LAUKEN8VU.LE* ''HBRALiD,**
PUBLISHED AT LAURENS COURT HOUSE, 8.0.
BY OB-W8 * SIMPSON.
n. ii u'oow-ur Airo w. ?. bau? atciroia.
AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM THB SOBALD
oflere ran luonoemenU. having ? drooleUon el
near a THOUSAND BOBSilBlBERfl (and the li?t dally
moreaslng). among a people of wealth and esset?,
late? oTadvermUlng laaeonaMa, Jim. M
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
hab bo equal fob preserving amd beaut
?uno the oomplexion and skin.
Sold by Druggist? everywhere.
Depot No. 74 Fulton-street. New York.
KING & CASSIDEY. Atrents.
iiuii'r I "."? ***. ?.'liAR ,
AGUA de MAGNOLIA.
A TOILET DELIGHT I THE LADIES' TBEA8UBI
ind gentleman's boon I The s" sweetest thing'
indi largest quantity. Mannfastured from the rlct
Southern Magnolia. Uaed for bathing the face and per
ion, to reiidor the skin soft and fresh, to prevent erup
tions, to perfume olothlng, ko.
It overoomos the unpleasant ador of perspiration.
It removes rodoeas, tan, blotches, &o.
It eurea nervous headache and allays toflammation.
It cools, softens, and adda delicaoy to the akin.
It yields a subdued and lasting perfume.
It euroa mosquito bites and stings of Insect?, .**""
It oontalnB no material injurions to the skin.
Patronised by Actresses and Opera Singers. It Is
that every lady should have. Sold sverywbsre. Tr?
the Magnolia Water one*, and yon will nse no other Oo
logue, Porf?mery, or Toilot **>tcr afterwards.
DEMAS BARNES At OO.
Props. Exclusive Agents, N. 1*
October 80 m?vf lyr
HASAN'S MAGNOLIA BAL-.
THIS l8 THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND EXTRA
ORDINARY article ever discovered, ft change,
the sun-burnt face and hands to a pearly satin textnrt
}f ravishing beauty, imparting the marble purity o
youth, and the distingue appear.?oe so inviting In tht
:lty belle of fashion. Ilromoves tan, treokles, pimple*
raid roughness from the skin, leaving the complexion
fresh, transparent and smooth. It contains no materia
njnriou. ia the skin. Patrodsod by Actresses antf
Opera Singers, .t Is what every lady should have. Bold
rrerywhere. Betal 1 price 60 cents.
Prepared by W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y.
Address aU orders to DEMA8 IaARNES & OO.,
October 80 mwflyr New Yoi*
N. York Advertisements.
For the Handkerchief.
A Most Exquisite, Delicate, and Fra
grant Perfumo, Distilled from the Bare
and Beautiful Flower from -which it
takes its numo.
Mauufuc.iucl only by ~ ?JA ILOW ?kSON.
BEWAHR CF COONTEEFErS.
A?K FOR ??-ALON'S-TAKE NO OT_EB .
So.d b7 Dr_g?r>?ta ?tenerallr.
JOHN B. FULLER,
MANUFACTURER & DEALER
Wo. fe* DKY-STI.K_T. NEW YORK,
a_a to etore'&nd ready for im_ediate ohipmont
and ia manufacturing to order,
POBTABLB AND BTATIONABY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
0 960 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills o>
. most approved construction, of all sues, cutting 70*
a 1500 feet of'r.mber per hour; Grist Mills, Mill Irons,
*7.ter Whoele, and every kind of MU] Machinery; Bngai
??ula, Paper and Mining Maohlnery; Tools, Tanks, ko.
DU and Salt Works; Ootton and Woolen Machinery.
v5_k__ Planers, Woodworth Planing Ma
on Planers, ohineav
?nglne Lather, Gray k Wood's Planing Ms
Oi?a Lathes, chines,
-orlas Machine?, Daniels' Planing Machine.
flatting Machins?, Moulding Maohlnes,
Jprifiht Drills, Saab Machines,
?.team Pumps, Tenoning Machines,
force Pomps, _Power Mortlciiw Machines
Oiftlng Pumps, Foot Mortlolng Machines,
action Pumps, Boring Machines,
lydraullo Jacks, Blind Slat Tenon-g Ma*
ew Jacka. chines,
?c-ftln? Pu?oys and Olroular Saw Benches,
Bangers, Wright'a Patent Scroli Saws
tubber and Leather Belt* Patent Belt Hcroll Saws,
leg? Circular Reserving Bulls,
fWtior and Rubber Hose, Upright Reserving Mills,
?lombing and Oaa Fit tings Botary and Mining Pampa
?sam and Gas Pipes Every description of Machi
Haarn and Water Ganges, Bery and Bail way Supplies
Oottoniorins? Ootton Gin_II
Taylor, Eagle, Brown, Strathern. Graven, *-_____.
and McOarthy OOTTON GINS, with Engines or Hors?
?owsrs, ead everything required for the same, ia store,
Qdf or sale at the lowan pries. Your arden ara re*
JOHN O. BIAUB,
Ko. IO If ataaaat-atraet, Wevs/ ?ort_
A _-GI BTOOK OF FIRErT-OLASS BLANK BOO-,
9l Also, Domsstlo-d Foi-eie? Pajsew and Btationesy.
(o?stantlyon hand. Bats of AcconntB?oks mads so on-,
jBbarap?, ??graving and Printing execotad prempt*
7 an dintie besT possible manner. Spec- attonttan to
.adera by ___, aad prix?as ?ow.ata.-c, _-", _ __ectt,
ir?KOo__efl_J??#_a_v?'i. a-al-yr October?
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
Beg roapoctfully to roturu their thank? to the
public fer its liberal support to thoir Journal, and
promiae that in the future, as in the past, it shall
be their aim to make
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
in the country. It has now
THE LARGEST (MIJMTM
of any Newspaper issued in the State, and ia
THE LARGEST EST SIZE
of any Paper published in the State-issued in
folio form of eight pages, and the size of the Rou
?ork Herald. .
It is universally conceded that
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPEB
published in the South. It ia
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our friends have spoken and written to
as concerning the publication of a Tri -Weekly. We
have thought of doing this for some time, bat
owing to the general disarrangement of postal af
fairs, we h&vo conoludod not to do so until the
commencement of next season.
On the first of September we will commencent?
publish a country edition of Tun Nbwh, and t
ahull be our aim to make the paper the beat over
Issued in this State. We intend introducing en
tirely new features in this enterprise; it will not
be a summary of the daily, but will be compl?te
and original in itself, and we are oertaiu^that ita
patrons will be as well pleased with it as are
our present patrons pleased with the dany.' .
TXXEt2?XS OP DAn.Y:
Six months. 6.00
Three months. 3.M
CATHCART, MILLAA" 110RT01
Ntf. l8 HAYNE-STREET
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW YORK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Proprietor.
TUE ONLY RECOGNIZED ?EM?CKATIC
IN NEW YORK.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE NEW TOBE NE*W8 HAS BATTLED AGAINST
despotism for four years of "blood and terror, la
B8Sortion of tho sanetlty of tbo Constitution. A patriot*
Ism sufficiently broad to embrace both section? has been
its only guldo, and it refers now with honest pride to its
record to show that it has not turned to tho right ortha
left under all the violence of arbitrary power.
Trno to is principios as THE NEWS has boen through
the reign of terror, it cballongeB public confidence In
honesty and Independence for the future.
Tho political transition of tbo prevent day opona to
THE NEWS a new and wider field of usefulness. Stan d
lug now aa it al ways has, cn tho inviolability of the O o
Bt'Untlon, aocoi Ing to tho interpretation of the atr
constrnctionlsts, it presoDts a rallying ground for all,
both sections, who are friends of a generous conserva
tism. As a true and tried exponent of sectional amity i
occnpieB a position which makes it tho fitting mediato
in holding up to the party of order in both sections, 1 n
teroata and prlnoiplea that gave breadth and vitality t
their alliance. As au intoraectlonal agent, devoted O
freedom of election, to trial by Jury, to the sanctity ,
the habeas corpus, and opposed now, aa for four yean
terror it baa been, to the centralization tnat daresto
trample on tho rights of States, North or South, THB
NEWS placen itself as a candidate for support bofo rot
great body of this onco free people.
The circumstances of the moment make the dissent
ruination of the principles or 1HE NEWS a duty of in
dividual patriotism. Every man who conours In it
doctrine must, if he entertain a true sense of freedom,
do so in no spirit of indifference, but ?rather with the
earnostness of a high trust. Justified, nay bound.1 n
his love of liberty to do ao, the proprietor places tit
canvass ho makes here of the public generally in the
hands of I lioso men who glvo him the approval of their
consciences aa his individual agents. Every reader of
THE NEWS can not avoid the conviction of duty whian.
Is here pointed out as the ground of the request, that ho
urgos ita claims for a wider support upon all of his
friends and neighbors who give their earnest sympathies
to the cause of "strict construction," intoraectlonal con
ciliation, and all tho rights of the citizens under the sys
tem, set up by our fathers, of liberty regulatod bylaw.
Tho proprietor of THE NEWS calls, therefore, upon
good and true Conservatives throughout tho country to
diachargo to their convictions of political right at this
great crisis in tho country's fortunes, the duty of giv
ing to the Influence of his paper, dally, Boml-wookly.or
Weekly, tba Wider 'powmr tor good which It Booka hore
through the service at its individual supporters.
SEMI-WEEKLY AN? WEEKLY NEW&
These two Journals are made up with special refer
ence to the wants of country subscribers, and contain
such a variety of matter as to render them welcome to
overy family lu the land. In the matter of L1TBBA
TUBE, the eboloest stories of the best writers er
Bpread forth in their columns; and mero excellent lite
rary matter Is furnished in one issue than can be badi n
many of the exclusively literary Journals of the day.
The GENERAL NEWS is admirably selected and con
denned, so as to give all the ourrent intelligence Inn
readable a form aa it can bo placed. It comprises nowa
from every part of the country, and la always the latest.
The COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE la carefully pre
pared, and iuoludesr?'iable Mauhbt Bkpobts from?
points, which are no1 excelled by any Journal In thi
Bend the names of all Friends of CONSTITUTIONAL
LIBEBTT, and we will send them SPECIMEN COPIES
NEW ?OBK DAILY NEWS, to Mall Sub
scribers.$10 per annum
NEW TOBE DAILY NEWS, to Mall Sub
ecribera.$5 for 6 months.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
One Copy one year.f a.00
Three Copies one year.10.00
Elva Copies one year.... v. 15.00
Ten Copies one year. 30.09
Twenty Copies one year. 65.00
To Clergymen one year. 8.00
and an EXTBA QOV? to any CLUB OF TEN,
PUBLISHED EYEBY WEDNESDAY.
Ono Copy one year.$ 3.00
Throe Coplea one year. 6.00
Five Coplea one year. 8.76
Ten Coplea one year.17.00
Twenty Copies one year.80.00
To Clergymen one year.... 1.C0
And an EXTBA COPY to any CLUB OF TEN,
Any person sending a CLUB of FIFTY for THE SEMI
WEEK LY or WEEKLY NEWS will bo entitled to THE
DAILY NEWS FBEE FOB ONE YEAB. Tbo name Of
the Postoffloo and State should In ?O caeos be plainly
written. To insure safety in romlttanoe, money ordere
BPEOIMEN COPIES SENT FBEE.
' Tur. New Yoaa Nkwb la now taken throughout the
Southern States, and the undisputed act that it baa
larger circulation In the South thsn the journals of lar
New York Frece oomblned, will Insure the attention of
the oommereial public and the publio generally.
AuTerttaera now availing themnelvoa ot the opportu
nity to make known their business through the column
ofTmsNaw Yons Narwa, are convinced of the Im pot*
ano?of ltsgraat circulation throughout the South,In
coasequenoe of the large orders reoeived by them, ctsWg
to tho rame of this journal aa th? best medium for c4
vortlsing, and the publie generally depending upoa pah
Bolly to eeoure an extension of business ooramenanrate
with enterprise, should not fall to become tcqaainUo
with the anquostlonaMe advantages to be derived from,
anuounolng, through the columns of this popularJonrnAl
whatever relates to aommercial or flnanoW matters, uo
matter what may be the particular hw arasa I la waiefc
any parry may be engaged. Ad/lreaa
nie ?jj am i? woo?*-,
Heir Tew* Nowa B&lMlma;,
?st 10 UHF Bal? etytare, Ne? fork.