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The Paily JSTews,
TH?KSDV.Y MfUt?T-aG, AUOTJ?ST '?>, 180..
The Heal II omi of ?li? t'ra-.xiim Army
'Hu- t.uyu.1 fiiiiimiiiiiiiH.
[Military Correspondence of the London Times.)
Buunn, ?Saturday, July 14, 18GC.
Gon. von Moltko baa rat-Ted to bia quarter.,
and ia closoted with bia maps, making now plana
for tbo further progreso of tbo campaign, and for
tho occupation o? Vienna. This ekilliul strategist,
who haa tiocu tin- chief director ot tho movements
by which the thrco -.Dulan annie., starling from
different poiutB, woro collected at tho necessary
hour on the field of Kouiggratz, ha? never, except
at that battle, appeared in tho front of tho armies.
Some distance iu the rear, sitting calmly at
his deak, ho haa traced on the map tho
courso of his troopa, and, by means of the
field telegraph, haa Hashed his orders to tho
different generala in more immediate command
with such Bkill und foresight that not a niovo
raont has failed, and overy combination has been
mado at exactly tbo right momont. A quick,
.light-blue eye, a high forehead, and a well-set
figure, mark* kim as au intolleotual and energetic
man; but though quick in action, ho is bo pru*
dent in discourse, and ao guarded in hie speech,
that from this quality, and hie wido knowledgo of
European language?, he m known in tho army as
tho man who ia silent in seven tongues. Careful
and laborious, he has worked out with his own
hand, and himself calculated, almost every detail
of the operations in wbioli be lins taken Europe
by surprise from the lightning rapidity of his
strokes, and tbo tremendous consequences of his
dispositions, Leforo which the Austrian army him
withered away almost before it was gathored to
gether, a__ which haa won for him from his coun
trymen the litio of the first strategist in Europe.
But though Gen. vou Muli ko haa in so abort a
time desorvedly obtained Buch a high reputation
in Prussia, tho' soldiers and ofiicere of the two
armies think almost as highly of tho Princes who
have carried out so ably the plans which wore
formed by the Chief of "the Royal Staff. Trinco
Frederick Charles, with all the dash and firo of a
cavalry officer, can equnlly woll lead his columns
to pursue tho broken enemy, and direct with
patience his infantry and artillery in an attack
against a firm au i steady line; but bis qualities as
a geueral do not shiuo out more in tho exciting
duties of the battle-field than they do in the moro
tedious and laborious work which is necessary for
tho comfort of his soldiers in quarters or on tho
. lino of march. Be haa a singular power of mak
ing his troups caro little for fatigue and hardship:
on tho line of march he is always with them, ana
often, from his knowledgo of how to deal with his
men, can, by a few happy words, cIobo up the
straggling ranks of a weary batallion and send
the men forward choering loudly. In the bivouac
Often, in person, he inspeots the rations and hears
the applications of tno mon for favors or indul
gences, and few apply in vain to their Comniander
in-Ohiof. He baa both the confidence and love of
his troops, who regard bim as a skillful leader and
The Crown Prince has, by three victories in three
.?c-.ssive days, established his title to being con
sidered a general. In the second army he is
looked upon with the same affection and confidencs
as Prince Frederick Charles is in the first. By the
men of bilcaia ho is particularly beloved, for he
commanded a regiment at Breslau, and became
well ktiowu then to the whole, province. Careless
of trouble, ever anxious for the welfare of his
troops, he visits, personally, billets and hospitals,
and takes the munt kindly interest in every indi
vidual aoldier. But in the hour of need he does
not spare his troops, for his affection for them
springo from a sense of doty, and from no mere
desire of popularity. The marou from Milotin to
Koniggratz, and the attack on the Austrian right
in that battle which cruehed Marshal Ilenedek's
army, and has, perhaps, shaken the Austrian-dy
nasty, Bay more for bis energy in action than could
be written in any words.
With such leaders, and so well lead; with a bet
ter arm than their enemies; with every mechani
cal contrivance which modern science can suggest,
adapted to aid the operations of the army, it is
little wonder that the stout-hearted and long-en
during Prussian soldiers have proved victorious
on every occasion on which they have gone into
The Commercial Fallares in Kn^lnml-Sud
Eflee I upon a Liverpool Pirn lunn.
[From the Liverpool Courier, July 31.]
Pocent changes iu tbe commercial affairs of the
Liverpool Exchange have produced strange effects
on the sooial position as woll as in tho menial
vigor of some of the best men on 'Change, and in
many instances singular demonstrations are at
tributed to pecuuiary disadvantages which are al
together unconnected with any such cause. One
wbioh occurred iu the beginning of the present
week is an illustration in point. The occurrence,
which took place in a house in one of the fashion
able squares of the town, lias given riec to a con
siderable unioHiit of remark, and caused no small
amount of alarm and grief among the parties
It is statod as follows: A young gentleman of
excellent social position, and of unquestionable
commercial standing, who resided in the locality
referred to, bad paid his addresses, and been, it
it? ?mid, affianced to a young lady in ovory way eli
gible, and his equal m worldly station as well as
in accomplishments, living in the same square.
The families ou both sides were understood to bo
satisfied, and a happy union between the youthful
contracting parties was looked forward to at an
early period. Within a comparatively brief period,
however, the condnot of tho gentleman was ob
served to Imve nndorgone such a chango as
caused some uneasiness to his friends, and va
rious surmises were made as to the causo, bat
no satisfactory conclusion could be arrived at.
On Saturday last the mother of the young lady
received a letter from her intended son-in-law,
which, although professing to be an explanation,
causeo, considerable surprise and embarrassment.
It waa in effect a statement intimating that in
consequence of losses lu business and other un
foreseen circumstances, ho was compelled for the
present to break off his engagement with the
young lady, bat expressing a hope that in a short
time all would be Bet right, and that his arrange
ments would be carried out in doe time. Ab it
was known that no foundation existed as to the
alleged losses, it was suspected that the gentle
man's mind mast have been unfavorably affected,
and bia friends were more than usually assiduous
in their attention to bim, although unobtrusively,
00 as not to excite his notice.
Tuesday last the young lady's mother received
another letter from tho young gentleman, in
which he stated that he Was about to leave Liver
pool for a considerable time, and that he would
call at a particular boor un the following day to
take leave of the family, as possibly he might die
before the period of his absence was over; and
also expressing a strong feeling that he should
like to die along with the young lady who was the
elect of his affections. This aud several incohe
rent passages in tho communication awakened the
watchfulness of the mother, who resolved to bo
prepared for any accident that might arise. About
tbo hour stated the gentleman called and waa
shown into a back parlor, where the old lady was
sitting. 8ho had in the meantime, however, taken
care to have assiutsneu at hand in cuso nfnce?. (
On being admitted fome conversation took pla. ,
when suddenly the guiitloman beoame excited -Lil
wild in his man'ier. H? called loudly for the yo"r 17 |
lady, declaring that they should both die together
there and thou. '1 his alarmed the old lady, who ga v o
a loud scream, winch brought ?orne malo fri.il :.-,
who had bee? placed i? ?D adjoining apartment,
to her aid, and they Ift'd hold of him. A struggle
ensued, in which the visitor made violent efforts
to draw eometiiing. which he had evidently con
cealed, from the breast pocket of his coat. This
he was prevented irom d-Ing, and after nomo fur
ther struggling one of the gentlemen succeeded
iu abstracting ii oin tho pocket rotorrcd to a four
barrelled revolver pistol, which was fully loaded
and capped. It being clear that the mind of the
young gentleman was wrong, he was disarmed
and given up to his iriends, who havo retained
him in a state of restraint.
It is, however, fearful to contemplate what
might have been the unhappy result, had not tho
?irudence of the old lady and tho promptitude of
1er assistants prevented what it seoms in all like
lihood would have taken placo.
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JW- TUB WE* iiL? UECORD 0__ BE Pub
0HA8ED st B. P. BUOa'_, Markot-str-ei, -I'd M. M.
Q?INN'?, B-nut-street. at which plaoes now?-**-: ?a -
J__T?No oai.t T" . lil on ?old from tbe Office ilk*- ?
(MCe-t. ? Dooe-.iL.il.?
MOSES GOLDSMITH ?SON,
NOS. iii AND 48 VENDUE RANGE,
WHOLE-ALEDKALER8 IN IRON. METALS,WOOL,
Hides, Bees Wax, Cottou and Narai Moren,
Will pay tin? bliihent ?-aub prlro for any ot the abovo
articles. Koop coiistaiith on ba"d at assortment of
IRON for Blacksoil tis' uno. Also, ROPE, BAO UNG
AND TWINE._ tuthsSmos _ July 2?
WILLIS ft CfllSOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MRRCUANT-,
?griXJ, ATTEND TO THE PCBOUA8K, SALE ANI
TV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestlo Forts) e
OOTTON, BIOS, LUMUKU and NAVAL-TORRS.
ATLANTIC WIIAjHjF. Clinrleaton, S. C.
1, WILLIS.A. R.OUIbOL
ARCHIBALD GETTT & CO.,
Shipping an. Commission Merchants.
NOETH ATLANTIC WHARF,
AND 128 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C
?. Setty.K. A. Sonder.S. T. Sonder.
July 7 _
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC.,
No. 110 EAST BAY,
CORNER OF AC(-OM0IOOA"riO.-| WHARF.
BA?C R HERTZ ft CO.,
Factors and Auctioneers,
.TSTo. 201 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
July 4 ' 3mo
ISAAC E, HERTZ & CO,,
No. 201 EAST RAY,
OHAKLBSTON, &. O.,
HAVE OOMRINED THE SHIP BROKERA-li WITB
their OENEBAL COMMISSION BUS1NE88, and
are now prepared to procuro FHUGHTH and CRAB
TER8. Masters of vetmola having no direct Consignee,
can also obtain Freights or Charters I?/ applying i
GEO. A. HOI'I.KY <_ CO.
MOTTET, HOCHET k 00.
W11. P KAU,.
MORDEOAI k CO.
HAVENEL k 00.
MAU? H ALL. BEACH A 00.
It ?B'T MURE k 00.
WILLIS & OHB30LM.
Jane 12 8 m o
COURTENAY & TRENHULM
(LATE OK NEWBERRY O. H., 8. 0")
TIT IXL CONTINUE BUaiNESS CN CI-ABLESTOR, Ac
And will be pleased to see their friends at
NO. 10 HO Y CIVS WHARF.
WH. A. COURTENAY. P. C. TRENHOL*-,
GEO, E. PRITCHETT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON S. O.
March 9 irsoi?
a J.TOWN8END.J. H. HODSON.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOIiIOITOBS XJST EGJTTI _?"._!",
HKNJVETTHVII.MC, 8. C.
WILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS IN THE DISTRICTS
of Marlboro', Cheater-eld, Darlington and
Marion. Smoa Jniy 6
PRYOR & PITTMAN,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
NO. 95 LIBERTY STREET,
Roger A. Pryor.Thoa. \V. Pltimnn.
July 81 lmo
W_0_E3A__ AND B-TAIT D-A-KB DI
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND YESTIXGS,
GENT?' EUHNISUINQ GOODS,
No. 35 Broad street,
July 38 Omos OBARLESTON, 8. O.
A. S. HULL. Agent,
8. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WBEBE A FULL ABBORTMKNT OF CLOTHS, CAB?
8IMERE8 AND VE-TINGS eau be bad, toftttboi
with a choice ?Bnortiiiont ??
??eut him en's Fiirnis.iiii? Coo tis.
-INEN AMD MUHLIN SUIRT8, mudo order, In any
; lo tbat may be desired.
MR. JOHN i. FLYNN
Will glvo bis special attention to tbe
Al nunn!. lyr afane l
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, AWL
Io. 5?? KING.gTIlKET,
OHARLEBTON, 0. O..
Tbc latest ?asnea of the presa always on -*_._,
8-bawnpUona reealred and Qooda dollveredor toi*
-arded by Mall or Express.
All 0ash OBDBUB wlU be promptly attended to,
Febnary 31 If
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
rnniH HOTEL 13 NOW Ol'ENliD ON TIlEEOROPEAkN
X VLAN. It liae bcon remodelled and refiiriitebet'
r o ugliout. Tht> travollliij; outillo, transient visitors, 01
ora will niul In li all ti... luxuries of a I 'It?T-OLA?y
TA?LiaiIMl-.NT, combined willi tim c-onifort- o?
Tbo loc.itlo? is ono oi tim most ?try and pleasant for
a m nier. A Billiard Kaloon tor tbe lovera of tbte
oaltblnl exorclHo Is attacbod. No paine or oxponsc
parod to glvo on tiro BOtlsfaction.
"Way ia F. OPDEB1-' K.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
Tbe Subscribers baving Icasoii tbls favorito boase, It
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
Di AN ELEQANT MANNER,
And Is now prcimrcd with Hie most perfect
appointments for the reception of guests.
Tbe first position among fir? class Hotols wUl be
maintained In tho future, as In tbo past.
Mav 81 Hmris BAKER ?V K.utl.KY
"austin, ANDBUS ft CO.,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITII DISPATCH.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
GEO. W. STEFFENS & (10.
WOULD R'iSPECTFOLLY INFORM THEIR COB
TOME- ? and tbo pnblic tbat, In addition to thru
WHOLESALE ?VND RETAIL 8BOOKB- at tbe oornw
oi Ring and (?orge streots, tbt-y have now opened i
WHOLESALE ?iND COMMISSION HOOSE at No. 11
Vendue Rango, whero tbey will be able to afford thal;
o-Btoi-era exti-a facilities. Tbelr firm will oompri?.
aa formerly :
ONO. W. STEFFT.l.'B. .. ,T. O. MHB, . . ._. BBIDKHB-EO
March 13 lyi
AL?EE & WARREN,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c,
KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL,
N0. 4 UA?NE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
Aligns 11 lrno
WILBUR & SON,
(GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COM MLS S IO?
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
Nos* l8 and 15 State-street and ?os. 1 ant)
OHA?LSSTON, S. O
______ 3 _ mwt lyr
J. P. W. WALTER,
*ffT_L aiVK HIS ATTENTION TO THE
RENTING OF HOUSES
OOLLEOTING OF ACOOTJNT8 GENERALLY.
Office No. 25 Broad-street.
Residence No. 83 Beanfaln-street. lino July 17
Exciiaunc Broker and Collection Ageut
No. 229 Broad Street, Augusta, ?a.,
Buys and sells on Commisulon, COLD and -ILVEJU
OOJN. BANK NOTES, BONDS, 0O?PONS and STOCKS
ol all kinds, and RXCHANOE.
Aleo Collects for all parU of tbe United Statee, and
makes remittances promptly.
B-r___KO-9.-Monars. Comnbb k Wii-sos, DeOottes
A 8auls, E. Et. RoiKiKn- A Co., Cburleston S. C.
SEO. B. CRUMP & CO.
AGENT8 FOR MANU-aOTLJ'.?D TOBACCO,
AND W-OLES-LE DBiU.MlH IN
LItil'OUS. ?UUAlr-i. Kl.i.'l'U. LI III K,
SUUAllS, HA _*, SAL.T*-a> KI.S la,
NO. 2QV Eil JAL. tS?kitAK,
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPAMY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Honey. and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVEB
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
TUE CITY FREE OF
II. H. PLANT,
President, Atigneta, Gi,
C. ?. CHICHE8TEB,
REAL ESTATE BROKER
No. l8 BROAD-STREET,
OHABLESTON, S. 0.
4 CENT FOR Til li 1'OROIIAHK AND HALE 01
?\ REAL ER TATE in any oi tbe Honthorn Htates.
ALSO AGENT POR THE SALE, RENTING. Hh.
____________ O-'OlX-i? :;iP?RTT A "ne '
WnOLEHAL- AND KETAIL DFALB11 IH
MILLINERY AND FANCY ?GODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS &o.
Ac Bio. -AGA KI??--Tn*_I_T, Cnarioiron, _.C
AT NEU/ Vt-BK PRICE-.
j(_r*-York-ill? paper oopy for two mon the, *b& m.
?.?iianlni* alt Of I .?*? N>?nmi?r'i
BEEWSTEE ft 8PBATT.
Attorney- at Law and Solicitors Iii Equity,
OniOl HO. 98 DROAD-araSBT,
.MOT BOOK i-ANIIMlM..
S?OH AB RECORDS FOB PUBLIC OFFICE..
Ledgers, Journals, Cash Dooks, Day Books, ko., con
tantly on hand, and niado to order, and with any dos
rlptlon ofltnling. Nono bnt the boat workmen employ
d ,and tho best moteiials usod.
A practical experience ol twenty years In thoabov?
no, and with f-cUities unsarpaas?d, enablo me to war
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTING
In a lilts brandies, with now typo, mow presses, and
avantages not excelle- in this city. L ? yer's Blanks,
It los, Bonds, Mortgages, kc, ko., on hi d and printed
o order. tutiislyr December 14
TSBE ASrONIflHINO 8UOOE88 WHIOB HAB AT
JL TENDKD this lnvaluablo medicine proves it the
most perfect remedy ever di ?rev? red. No language can
:unvoy an adequate idea of the immediate and almost
mlt-culons chango which it occasions to tho debilitated
ind shattered system. In fact, it stands unrivalled as a
remedy for the perfect cure of
Loss of Muscular Enorgy,
Non-retention or N
Diseases of the
Stone in ?he
?. a?eul us,
and all Diseases or*- . rtlona of the Bladder and Kid.
oeys, and Dropsical-J ' dings existing in Men, Women,
FOR THOSE DI .' ASEA PECULIAR TO FEMALES
CONSTITU t". N WATER l8 A SOVEREIGN
These irregularities aro the cause of frequently recur
ring disease, and through neglect tho seeds of more
irrave and dangerous maladies aro the rosult; and as
month alter month peases without an effort being made
to assist nature, tho difficulty becomes chronlo, the pa
tient gradually touts her appetite, the bowels aro con
Btlpated, night sweats come on, and consumption final
ly ends her career.
For sale by ali Druggists. Price $1.
W. H. GRKOfi k CO.,
MORGAN & ALLEN,
General Agonts, No. 4C Cliff street. New York,
Cures all diseases cniis-oil hy
self-abuse, viz:- Spertnator
rhea, Stmimil - HV.-W.??*,
Jflght - Emissions, Loss of
Memory, Universal Lassi
tude, Pains in the Back, Dim
-ness of Vision, Premature
I Old Age, Weak Nerves, Diff
icult Breathing, Pale Connie
'nance, Insanity, Consump
tion, and nil diseases that fol
low as a sequence of youthful Indiscretions.
The Cherokee Care will restore health and vl;?or,
stop the emissions, and effect a permanent euro
after all other medicine, bnvo failed. Thirty-two
pago pamphlet sent in a sealed envelope, free to any
Piioo $2 per bottle, or three bottles for f 5. Sold
by all drucrglsts ; or will be sent by express to any
portion of the world, on receipt of price, by the
Dr. W. B. MERWIN, 37 Walker St., N. T.
Cures alt Urinary Com
plaints, viz: O ravel. Inflam
mation of the Bladder and
Kidneys, Retention of
Urine, Strictures of the
Urethra, Dropsical Steed
ingt. Brick Dust Deponits,
and oil diseases that requlro
a diuretic, anil when usetl in
conjunction with tho
doc3 not full to euro Gonorrhea, Gleet and all Mu
cous Discharges in Walo or Female, curing recent
cases in from one to three days, and Is especially
recommended In tboso cosos of Fluor Albus or
Whits* in Female?. The two medidnos used In
conjunction will nut fall to rcinovo Ulla? disagrecnblo
complaint, and In those cases wboro other medicines
have beon usod without success.
Price, Remedy, Ono Bottle, ti. Three Bottle?, ?5,
. " Injection, " " I-, " " |5.
The Charokco " Curt," " Bemerly," awl " Injec
tion" oro to bo fou ml In nil well rcgiilnteddrug
blores, and aro rccommendod by physicians' omi
druggists all over Ibu world, for their Intrinsic worth
and merit Some unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive their customers, by selling: clicnp anil
worthless compounds,-In ordor to mako ninney
In place of theso. Be not deceived. If tho drug
cists will not buy thom for y , writ- ko tis, and ive
will send thom to you hy exprcje, securely packed
and froo from observation. We treat all diseases to
which the human system Is subject, and will bo
pleased to recelvo full anil explicit statements from
th.iso who have fullod to recelvo relief heretofore.
Ladles or gentlomen can address tis in perfect con
fidence. Wo deslro to send our thirty-two pape
painpblst froo to every lady and gentlemen In the
lana Address all futters for pamphlota, medicines,
or advice, to tho solo proprietor, (j's
n Dr. W. E. MEBW1N, 37 Walker Bt" N. T.
'I'lllu laAUUI.NHVILI.IC "IllCltaidl,"
PTJBLIBHBD AT LAU BENS COURTHOUSE, 8.0.
B- ORE W8 4 SIMPSON.
n. _. M'OOWAN AND W. B. HAI.-, _D-T01_.
AS AN ADVERTIBING MKDITTM TUB HBR-LD
offers rare Inducements, having _ circulation ol
near S THODSAND B?BROitOt-RH (and the Hat dally
Incrr-slufi) among a people of wealth and energy.
Bates of ndvcrt__ifi reasonable. June 31
THE OLD STt?__l_l?Cr REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS
ESTABLISH KI) 1616.
THE8B BITTERS ARE PURELY A VEGETABLE
COMPOUND, and are offered to tbo public under the
fullest conviction that they will be found a aafo and sar?
orelgn REMEDY FOR lYdl'EPSiA.
They have been triumphantly tested by numerous
families and PbyniclaiiH lu the Mouth, who bave furnish.
?d ampio toatioiony as to their decldod oxcoUenco.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS!
_ euros Norvou s Headache,
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON Bl-TEH-1
-__ ,_ Strengthens tbo Dlgo?tlvo Organs,
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON MT I EHHI
_.___ Htimulatos a Torpid Liver.
MR8. JENKINS' OOLLET?*N BITTBBRI
? orrcr.tK ?ruinv of tlio Stomach.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLISION HITTER. I
Ori-ntes a Good Appotite.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Cores DyspepHia lu itn mosi nuaravated form,
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTE1I81
Rejuvenates Old Age,
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON HITTERS I
Are truly called "Xho People's Medicino."
FOR SALE nY ALL DRDOOlSTfi.
FOR SALE AY ALL DR?OOIRTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL Di-UOtUSrs.
FOR 8.\LE BY /?LL DRUUGI-.8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OKAS' IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWA'iE OP AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
DEW-llE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARB OF AN IMITA1ION.
tar The TRADE will bo supplied on LIBERA
All orders should bo addressed to
WM, A. SERINE. M. D,.
FAMILY MEDICINE WAREHOUSE,
No. .U? KiiiK street.
Manufacturer and Sole Agont for Mrs. Jonfcfns,
Proprietor and Manufacturer of EPPING'S COM
POUND FLUID EXIRAOT SARSAPARILLA AND
QUEEN'S DELIGBT, tbo best known remedy for Boro,
fula and Eruptions of the -k1-.. I.ecommeadod espe
cially by Physicians for all Impurities of tuo System.
July 7 Cmos
g. York Advertisements.
JOUR C. UEAbK,
Ko. IO N_LS__._-str.et, New Work..
A I_U-GE 8TOOR OF FIRST-CLASS BLANK BOOKS,
(%. Also, Domestlo and Foreign Papers and St-Uouery,
jonstantiy on hand, Sets of Acconn_oo_a made to order.
_lthoRt-p_y, Engraving and Printing executed prompt,
ly and is. the best possible manner. Special attention t_
_rdej_ by mail, and prloeas lew as any I. crut lo the city
tor woods oi eons'nuaiitv. rtuthlsr October ?8
B.J.BECK & CO.
Ho. O P_NB-.ST-.-CET, NEW YORK,
.OB PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAl'HERS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in First-Clot* Office Fixtures,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID ABSOBT.
MENT of Foreign and Domestic LETTER AND
NOTE PAPER. Envelopes of every also and q___tity.
Oerti-cat-a of Stock, Bonds, Chocks Notes, Dr_ft_r
Bills of Exchange, Billheads and Card?, ko,, tastefully
Orders by mall will receive prompt attention st low.
.st cash prices.
B. J. BECK.CHAS. NEWBOUBQ
..-OB-BOB TO A. T-ONQETT.
ffo. 88 Murray-st., New -Torfe,
MANUFAOTURBB AND DEALER IN
-OTTON PRESSES AND COTTON GINS,,
HORSE POWEBS. TBRE8HING MACHINES
10,11, SO and 60 PLOWS, Canal Barrows.
And all other Agricultural Implements, FerUileerf
.nd Seo "
PLOW CASTINGS ol all kinds constantly on hand.
UNITED STATES STEEL PEN WORKS,
FACTORV, CAMDEN, ti. -J.
ft. ESTERBR?OK &. CO.
STEEL PEN MAN?FaCT?BEBS,
VABEHOUSEB , 2?' _?a3 AT1?-'??"*?. ?&"?. _.
-. ,__ ^ _o> 4?? j0|m_-treetf ?gt Vorn.
Samples and prices on application. Lota made to or?
1er of any pattern or stamp required.
CAUTION.-These Pens are of gannine American
_anufacttire, and equal in flnlsh, elastlelty and flnenesi
of point to the best imported. They are, therefor., s_rs
o gain the oonfldenos of the American publia, The -to*
milo of oar el gua turo is sufficient security against for.
go imitation. li, E8_ERURUOh <_ OU.
JOHN B. FULLER,
?M .FACTURER _ DEALER.
Mo. 6 BEY-STRKET, T4KXV YORK,
Jaa In ?tore and ready for Immodiuto .hipmont,
and is manufacturing to order,
POETARLE ANI> STATIONABY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
O ISO horse power; Olrcalar and Upright Saw Mills o J
. molt approved oonstraotlon, of all sises, cut Ung 700
o 1800 feet of l.uioer per boor; Grist Mills, Mill Irons,
Water Wheels, and every kind of Mill Maobinery; Sugar
Hills. Paper ami Mining Maobinery; Tools, Tanks, ko.
or Oil and Salt Works; Cotton and Woolen Maobinery,
?/ertlc-l Pinners, Woodworth Planing Ma
on Planers, obinon,
Bngine Lather, Gray k Wood's Planing Ma.
Drill Lathes, chinos,
Boring Mschlnes, Daniels' Planing Machines,
-attlng Machluor, Moulding Maobinea,
.pright Drills, 8asb Maohinoa,
jte-m Pumps, Tenoning Machines,
foroe PUmps, Power Morticing Machines
Olftlng Pomps, Foot Morticing Machine?,
notion Pomps, Boring Machines,
aydranllo Jacks, E_iid Slat Tenoning Mt
ew Jacks, ?Mines,
'h-ftlng Pulleys and Olronlar Saw Benches,
Hangers, . Wright's Patont Scroll Haws,
tubber and Leather Belt- Patent Bolt Beroi! Saws,
lags, Circular Reserving Mills,
,?*t?ier and Rnbbor Hose, Upright Reserving Mills,
'lambing and Qas Fittings Rotary and Mining Pomps,
Iteam and Gas Pipes Every doacrlptlou of Machi.
(team and Water Gauges, aery ?ml Ballway Supplies,
Ootton Gins I Cotton Gins? I !
COTTON GINS III
Taylor, Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Excelsior
mil McCarthy OOTTON GINS, with Engines or Horse
Powers, and everything required for the same, in sion,
ndl or sale at the lowest prioe. Your orders are re*
eetfnllv noUoited. tu thal- October 8
Til- COLUMBIA PIKENU
Great I.-eilactlon. In the Rsvtes mt Adv.r.
t lal na.
mUK COLUMBIA PBONIX (PUBLISHED DAIX.
JL and Tri-Woo-ly) has been GREATLV ENLARGED,
sod In the quantity and quality of its rerdlng watte.
will compare favorably with any paper in tbo State. The
SB-BO-lpi-on price to the Dally la $10 a year; Trt-Week
The terms for tranalent advertising have been __.
DUGED OVER TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.; while the
monthly and quarterly rates have been lowered to suob
?_ extent as to place the columns of the paper wit-a
til* .'jaoh of dcalora and i_snaf_et urors generally.
J 0 LI AN A, c OLBY.
Jauaasr B3 Propri?t?. Colamofa l'Uce_i__.