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Tiie Daily 3STews.
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 18G0.
CIST OF LETTERS
Remaining In tho Postoflloo at Oharleston, for the
wook ending JULY 12, 18C6, and ordorcd to bo print
odln The Daixy Nkw?. ?groeably to tho ?Rowing sec.
tlou of tho now Posto?co Law, aa tho nowspapor having
*ue largest clroalation m tho City of Charleston:
? ? ?.?ON 6 And bo it further enacted, That Usta of lot
. te ?'-"romain i rag tincalled for In any Post?nico in any city,
I ?a or vJUage, whero a newspaper shall be printed,
?oh;. 1 boro?ftor bo pubUsbod onco only in tho nowspapor
'-W'? i'.-b boing pubbehod weekly or oftener, shall have ths
lUMttSt circulation within range of doUvory of tho Bald
.. g-Persona calling for Letters Advertiaod, should
ata??? that thoy aro "Advortlsod."
a_- Offlco boars from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun
d?> ? from 1 o'olook to 2 o'clock, P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT, Acting PoBtmastor.
Barr, Fannti A
Barber, Miss E
Bate , Melvina
Bory, Susan S
Blakuly, Miss M E
Blake. Mary Aun
Black. Mrs E J
tland, MrB F
locker, Carolin G
Brady, Mary F
Brail ver, Svah
Buk, Mrs A
Carier, Mrs Dr
Clark??, Mrs M
Clement, Mrs F W
Cotton, Elzla J
Gotten, Miss O
-Chis? ilme, 8barlott
Dauilson, Mrs L
naso, Mary F
grot ' ? ??>K
Henry, Ellen *'
Hopkins, Mrs 0
Jon ken 8, Anna
Jones, Sarah H
Johnson, Mary E
Johnsou, Miss M
Jennings, urn S A
Lea, Sarah L
Lequex, Mrs B Q
Leater. Miss O
Lanhan, Susan A
Loats, Mary M
Lacoste, Mrs M M
Lampe, Mrs F
Mar?b all, Mary
Marvin. NtUle A
Mitchell, Mtaa M
Donald. Mrs S A | pjilus, Ann
Doiigo, Mary Jane
Diini p, Mrs J
F?rrea tu, Mar
Fini, Mrs Jno
Fin , Mrs H
Flemiuing, Mrs A
Faurcher, Mrs V
Foud, Miss O
. Franklin, Mrs E
' Gadsdon, Hattlo
Geety, Mrs J M
Gray, Mi a N N
Ba.ll 1114 it M
Middleton, Mrs A
Mood, Martha K
Moore, Mrs O H
M array, Mrs
Murphy, Misa M
Miller, Mary A
Mollar ty, Maria
Mclntosh, Mrs M
North, Louise G
Oliver, Mra A B
Uakley, Mrs G F
Phelps, Mrs S
Payson, Mrs W H
Pay no, Margret
Revus, Mra M 8
Rooves, Mrs A V
Reed, Mrs J P
Riloy, Mrs 0
Roborts, Mrs E S
Roso, Mary E
itoohe, Miss O L
Roper, Miss L
Rutilo, Mrs M
Rumly, Mra 8 L
Straue, Mra O
Bples gor, Emily
Sporry, Mrs L F
Scott, Emma Jane
Sandors. Louisa T
Smith, Anna M
Smith, Margret L
Trucholet, Miss E
Toomy, Sarah A
Tailor, Mary M
Tailor. Misa S B
rotadale, Mrs J H
Tain arda, Mra W
White, Sarah L
Wilkerson, Mra L
Will?, Mra J T
Wounds, Mrs E R
Wilson, Miss 8 3
Williams, Miss O
Woddol. Miss e
Ails ton, AnBPl
AUord, W B
Aldert, B S
Api. t, D A
Baker, B t:
Baruott, Jacob H
Barrett, W J
Behllng, E F
Booms, Predk E
-Bell, J R
?Btavttie, G F K
IS??T, Smith h
'3ocher, Fredk W
~~f Bennett, t-ortlon
-*?i-JL fttwhu, Francis
Hodger?, J <-k
Honig. A II
Jandrell. 3 M
lobinrton, Oapt B
Tones, R J
Jones, Edwd Jno
Jonea, J W
Oaks, Oliver S
Oslendurfo, J H
Oneal, L D
Otgen, 3 0
Pefot, W M
Phillips, Aug E
Poll, Joseph O
Provo, Peter Al?x
, Robinson, E G
,u wancoSS_^,l^?8Al' ?T
W?wn __^S^SS*-J?t- _
Gille*. C V
Oiaol, H L
Gramme, W A
Orin\u. TboS A
Harvey, H Jeff
Hawkins, T H
Hepe, J N
Mf eng, Geno
M a tho we, O ?T
Marks. N B
M- Carthey, J,r
MoEven, O P
Nt-cUon. O L
He.lmg, Btrnard Northoy, Edwd
Hick?, H H Nouby, R
Hopman, Jolina , o
Hogau, Hoary j'Bryao, J B
Sill ?a k Co,
Tobin, M J
Too mer, Josh
Thomiey. J R
Thompson,Dr S B
Thomas. Saml B
Vanarta alen, Geo
Vauffhan, 3 H
Wright, Olbbs A
Woodward, W H
Williams, Goo 11
Williams, G F
Wlmen, J D D
Wilson, M T
Wolch, B H
Ward, R O
Walker k Co, T A
Welker, Jacob 8
Zlmmerman, P P
AW Persons depositing lottern in tho Post?nico will
ploaso to placo tho stamp near tho upper right hand cor
ner of the onvolopo, and thoy wiU also please to remem
ber that without thostampalotter oannot bo mailed, but
mast bo Bent to tho Dead Letter Ofhco.
CAROLINA RICE, HAMS,
WIIIKI-ICY, OOB1 AND TOBACCO.
frr\ TIERCES FBESH POUNDED CAROLINA
/ \J BIOE
1- flour barrels Fresh Pounded Carolina Rico
13 barrels (g od article) Westorn Whiskey
1000 bushels Prime White Corn
700 bushels Mixed Whito Corn
A lot Fine Country -Cured Hama and Sides.
A lot Fino Vrlginla Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,
for sale by SHAOKLEFOBO & FRA8ER,
July 13_2_No. 1 Boyco k Oo.'s Wharf.
rr ( \ BARRKLS EXTBA FLOOR
I \J 60 barrels 8uper?no Flour
JuBt landed and for sale by
July 13 2_LENRYCOBIA & OO.
CHOICE BACON SIDES AND
C\r\ HHD8. CHOICE BACON SID-S
__ V/ SO hhds. choice Bacon Shoulders
18 hlttls. good Baoon Shouldora.
Landing from steamor "Loin," and for aale by
July 13 a_HENBY OOBIA k CO.
CORNTbACON AND HAMS.
i f\f\f\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE PBOVIS
IUvJl_/ ION CORN
10 hhds Prime Shoulders Baoon
15 bbls Choice Bugar-curod Hama
For sale by R. M. BUTLER.
July 13_2_East Bay.
QtAA BUSHELS PBIME WHIIE AND MIXED
0 &\J \J Wostern Corn
1200 bushels primo Yellow Corn.
In store house and landing this day, for salo by woight
by JNO. 8. BIRD, Jb., k CO.,
July IS 4 Corner Church and Tradd sts.
0(~\r\f\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MAR?LAND
1000 bashels Prime Yellow Maryland Corn
1000 bushels Prime White Mixed Maryland Corn.
Per ateamer Lulu, at Brown's Wharf, and for aale
low whilo landing, by WEST A JONES.
July 13 _2_No. 78 East Bay.
S.ir\?r\r\ BUSHELS PRIME HEAVY NEW
OUUv YORK OATS, now landing from aohr.
Wapella, on Kerr'a Wharf.
For salo low whilo landing, by
JNO. OAMP8EN A CO.,
Ho. 14 Market street, opposite State stroot.
YELLOW CORN AND BRAN
| r-jT-jT- BUSHELS PBIME YELLOW CORN
1 \J \J \J 2000 bushels Ueavy Bran.
Landlog from steamer "Star of the South," and for
aale by JNO. CAMP-JEN A OO.,
No. 14 Market-street, opposi e State-street.
IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASE 118. THBEE HUNDBED
AND FIFTY BALES of soleuted NOBTH BIYBB
HAY, to arrive by the Schooner S. J. Waring. Apply
to B. FOLEY,
July 12_S**_East Bay.
lAAA BU8HEL8 PRIME WHIT
1UUU COBN, landing this day
"?tar of the South."
For salo by 8AMEB 8. HO WELL, Agent,
July 12_3_No. 33 Queen st.
Qf~\f\l^* BU8HEL8 WHITE CORN
?\JVJ VJ C00 bushels Yellow Corn.
Landing this dav, and for sale by
WILLIS A OHISOLM.
July 12_North Atlantic Wharf.
PRIME WHITE CORN,
er ^ ?TV ?TV bushels prime white corn, per
ij\J\J\J ateamer Lulie, from Baltimore. For
sale by MoBDEOAl A CO.
AND IN STORE?
? bbls. DA VISON HAMS
? bbls. New Smoked 8mi.ll Hams
? bbls. New Smoket Hmall Shoulders
? bbls. New Smoked Bacon Stripe
? bbls. Flour, Extra, Super and Fine ,
? bbls. Self-Baislng Flour, 1st and 2d quality
? bbls. Sugar, Crut-hed. Powdered, A, t) and O
? bbls. Sauced Pigs Feet
? bbls. Pure Leaf Lard
? sacke Coffee-, Java and Bio
25 kega Now Butter, just arrived
30 tuba Prime Lard
28 half bbls. Pickles
10 bbls No. 1 Salmon
SO half bbls. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel
80 bbls. Syrup and Molssses.
WITH A QKNEBAX, ABSOnTMENT OF:
8PICES, PEPPfcR. MUSTARD, SAUCES, NUTMEGS,
Mace, Cinnamon, Macearon!, Teas, Buokets, Brooms,
Brushes of all kinds, _c., Ac, &o
INCLUDING A "FINE ABSOBTMKNr OF:
LIQUORS. WINE8. TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
For sale low, at
MKHBrENS A WOHLTMANN'S,
July 12_No. 187 East Bay.
A AAA SACKS. LARGE SIZE, AND IN FINE
"ifrer*. , FLOUR.
?HKTBA FAMILY, fresh ground from the mill.
?I*m?b by J. N. BOB80N,
r ami 8r*.miMtwr*r(n3 No. 62 East Bay,
re u ^SMMliB^ ANA N AS !
/~\ liXrsQ S?-&KB AN A NAB*, ' 3 UST RECEIVED
4ao*thy (taybtnrat?-r-ftnd dozen, to
. -"d, ati? I UABI * WIRTH.
_Jnly a ****d send / No. 69 jgBglglB^.
mwf No. 314
*_> n /i,.- a
NAILS ! NAILS ! " "*
OF THE FIRST QUALITY ?OLD DOMINION
BIUND," c*n aitvays be had at lowest market
price, Id any quantity, of B. 8. BHETT A SON,
Juno 10 1 tbmlmo No 2 E-cban-ze- street.
ISTo. 193 EAST BAY.
J. S. SCaiRMER,
WHOLtiSALB DEALEB IN FOBEIGN AND DOMES
TIC BICE. An assortment ot all gradea con
jtantl** on hand. juC0 33
KOK LIVERPOOL_ruto AI
American Ship PRESIDENT FILMORB, B
Luco Master, is now loading at North Atlantic
Wharf, and having a portion of hor cargo en
gaged, will moot with dispatch for tbo abovo port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
WILLIS h OHI80LM,
Juno 18 mwf North Atlantio Wbarf.
[WILL BAIL SATURDAY. 14TH IN8T]
FOli NI.W YOKK? MKHCILVNTS'
LINE?The fast sailing packet schooner WIDE
.WORLD, C. E. Hlldrotn, Master, having alargo
i portion of her cargo engaged, will moot with
For balance of ongagomonta, apply to
Cornor East Bay and Adger'B South Wharf.
EUROPE, SOUTH AMERICA, WE8T
INDIES, porta in tho UNITED STATES
and PROVINCES. Highest rates paid
and dispatch given JOS. H. RIBLEY.
No. 110 Eaat Bay, cor. Accommodation Wharf.
VESSEL WANTED, TO LOAD
? with lamber for Baltimore, of from fifty to
>ono hundred thousand f??et capacity. Apply
to EBAUGH k MALLONEE,
July 11 !2 Horlbeck's Wharf, near N. E. R. R.
SLOOP ALICE. CAPTAIN JOHN
LENNARD, now laying at Vanderhorst Wharf,
IwUl receive Freight for CooBaw, Beaufort,
North fcdlsto, Coosawhatcble, Pocatallgo, and
all Intermediate Loudingfl. Will sail on Saturday, 14th
Inst. 4* July 10
AND) ALL LANDINGS ON THE HANTEE
AND WATKHBK HIVERS.
THE NEW AND ELEGANT SIDE-WHEEL IRON
Z. ?B- VANCE,
CAPTAIN 0HARLE8 McQARY,
HAVING ARRIVED, 18 NOW RECEIVING FREIGHT
and will sail on Monday Morning, the 16th lnst., at
10 o'clock precisely, taking Freight through for Oamden
and intermediate Landings on tho Santee and Wateroo
Rivera at reasonable rates.
For Freight engagements apply to
JAMES BROWNE, Agent.
July 13 Exchango stroet.
FOB GEORGETOWN, S. 0.
& I Xa O T BQTi
OAPT. THOR R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at 0 o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received the day before sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON h HOLMES,
N. B.? Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Con way -
boro* and Oueraw, to bo transferred at Georgetown to
steamers Llttl Ada and R. E. Bell. June i
BILTIMOUE AND CHARLESTON
CONNECTING WITH THE RE3?LAR STEAMERS
OF THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL
ROAD CO. TO LIVERPOOL.
FREIGHT REOEIVED FOB 8HIPMENT AND BILLS
OF LADING GIVEN DIRECT TO ANY PART OP
EUROPE, at the lowest rates?the Lino offering the most
??rompt facilities to deliver Cotton In Liverpool, at rates
ess than direct ehipments from bore.
THE LINE IS COMPOSED OF THE FOLLOWING
FIR8T-OLAS3 8TEAM8HIPB :
STAR OF THE SOUTH ?Oapt. REED.
E. C. KNIGHT?Oapt. HOLLIN8.
JOHN GIBSON?Oapt. YOUNG.
THE PINE NEW STEAMER
STAR OF THE SOUTH,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIO WHARF FOR
Baltimore, To-Morrow, July 14, at 5 o'clock P.M.
For Freight or Passage, having unsurpassed ac
commodations, apply at the office of tho Asouta.
WILLIS h CHI80LM, Agents,
North Atlantic Whr.rf. '
Agents in Bal ti more: Messrs. PENDERGAST, PEN
WIME ft CO. July 11
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COJHPANT'?
????UDastV? U. S. MAIL.
0 _tow^fi?0TWeiity-two Days.
onjselvoi of ibo
s9rMMsmagf?fXTESP0r*0' Oohneotino on tub Pactth
0f__jn9rl colaran with tub
__:_3N-. P/tb-tm?-,*.. .OOLOBADO
__Kftrr kzmtWBmjr,*::.. .constitution
BBmrt9Mti?Z- - ' ' P? -GOLDEM CITY
?___. * -:"....MONTANA. Ao. Ac.
??heP?tove LARGE AND SPLENDII
?**T_ri?avo Pier No. *3 North River, foot
-J??>*f?'A_*look, noon, on the 1st, 11th and
if b?wd6pj'f?an?h_TBxcept whon those dattsfalloL
B*_f?Wp^dihq?? cttm profiling Saturday), for AMPIN
WAkb*<}o^ no&ii)s*?*u*niti. Hallway with ono of thi
CqmP^'SMiiaTfJiUH from Panama for SAN FRAN
??eparturcs of TnHP'snd list connect at Panama will
SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
1, Tlioso of the 1st touch a* MANZANILLO
mA'?9M*l0fMat ONE-QUARTER from sUanierb' ratet
tAltatfs? te.fldSontl cabin and stoeraffo passong- ra witt
families. Vftdbft'tU) allowanoo of ONE-QUARTER oc
through rates to clergymen and their families, and
school teachot-i; soldiers having honorable discharge's
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult
Baggage-mastcra accompany baggage through aud at
tend to ladles and children wit hon t male pro?otora
Baggage received on tbe dock the day before sailing
from steamboats, railroads, and passongera who pr/ife? '
to aend down early. . ;' '
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and av .
ten dance free. er
For Passage Tickots, or further ?formation, apply ai
the Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT Oft
OANAL-8T?EKT, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
July 8 Cmoa 8. &. HOLMAN, Agtn?.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MATT* LINE
OF FIB8T-OLAS8 STEAMERS,
(tUAKEBOlTI. I SARAGOSSA,
ANDAJ-UBIA. | GUANADA,
THE 8IDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
OAPT. M. B. CROMWELL,
WILL LEAVE ON SATURDAY, "JULY 14, at
o'clock A. M., proolsoly.
No berth secured until paid for.
No Freight received unless engagod at our office.
No Fbkioht received after ? o'clock on Saturday.
Freight and Wharfage on peiishable articles must be
paid at our office.
AW The QUAKER CITY will leave on Saturday, 21st
July 9 RAVENEL A CO., Agents.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Learingreach Port ererr Alternate Thursday,
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. 80DDEB,
Oaft. B. W. Lookwood.
Oaft. O. P. Mabshmas.
rr-lHESB STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUOA
JL MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TBAVBLING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
g?ra, with tables supplied by every luxury the New York
and Charleston markets cao afford; and, for safety, spec.
tnd comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
OAPT. B. W. LOOKWOOD,
iTTn-L LEAVE NOBTH ATLANTIO WHABF ON
W THURSDAY. July 19. at ? o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignment* to Now
For Freight or Pas ?age, apply at the offioo of the
Agents. WILLIS A OHIHOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees in New York?Mossrs. LIVINGSTON. FOX
A OO. July 13
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN BOD?EY BAXTER?
OF ABOUT 700 TONS BURTHEN,
IS READY TO RECEIVE FREIGHT, AND WILL
leave Boston for Charleston, S. 0., on Saturday, 28th
July, to be followed immediately by her consort of same
DANIEL LEWIS A CO., No. 0 Merchante' Bow, Agents
A. J. SALINAS, Agent at Charles Ion. 8. 0 , will for
ward goods to Augusta, Atlanta, Columbia, Camden,
Florence, Beaufort. Hilton Head, JacksonvUle, Palatika,
Fia., Georgetown, 8. O., and all intermediate points.
CHEAP PA8SAOE TO OR PRO?
3=3 XJ _E- O _P OB -
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL 8TEAMER8,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to anr
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain ant
Ireland, at the very Lowest Batea.
Passengers, on arrival In New York, will have theh
baggige removed Free, and every care b-aatowed ot
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. 8HKA HAN, No. 33:
Woat street. New York, or
M. M. QDINN A BBOTHEB,
No. 637 Enio 8T*-_rr, CIb_-__-toh, a. o.
And No. 1S7 JBroad street, opposite Monument street,
Ac-rusts. G. A. lyr February V
I ! -??II.
THE SO. CA. RAIIiHOAD COMPANY
HAYING B? ESTABLISHED ITS BE0E?VING AND
FORWARDING OFP10S, Merchandi-t. and Pro
duce ooneigu d to Its Agent from tbe interior to North
ern ports, and Irom Northern porta to the Interior, will
be cared lor and shipped to tbe point of destination
without delay a-id free of commission.
Consignments to be forwarded l>y sea must always be
acoompanled by Bills of Lsdlng snd Letter of Advloe,
with instructions to insure if desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. A F. Agent.
49** The, Charlotte Times, Chester Standard, and
OraenviUe Mountaineer, each copy one week and send
bills to tiiis>iti_co. June 30
7SM "an? i
TB the H*
DELAWARE BAY HAIL
?ll'og by S'age. On
tbe train ft*?-*, tj-iia ?pad w
?ml At] ?nil o Riufrb_t_-?b:
onbauifa of cars?no trav
' f\,'P*t*ayttim\o-l*t, 1868,
vVtArai'egB^ bt 'Camden
S'nrth Hiver, via Steamboat Jesse Hoy t; at li A. M? Ez- ,
*>ress Train for Long Branch, Camden aud intermediate
Rations; and 4 P. M. for all Stations on the Road.
Fare to and from New Vork or Long Branch, $ J.
-Excursion Tickets to Long Branch from Oamdon, $ *
June lft 8mo WM. N. CHYTON, Snp't
. BREW8TER & ?PRATT,
IttorneyB ?t Lkw tau Solicitors In E?jultj,
OmOI HO, 96 BBOAD-flTBEET.
1866 !_ I860 ?
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW YORK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Proprietor.
TUE ONLY RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC
IN NEW YORK.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE NEW YORK NEWS HAS BATTLED AGAINST
despotism for four yeaM of blood and terror, in
sesortion of tho sanctity of tho Constitution. A patriot*
ism sufficiontly broad to embrace both sections bas been
its only guide, and it refers now with honest pride to it?
record to show that it has not turnod to tbo right or tho
left under all the violence of arbitrary power.
Trno to is principles as THENEW8 has boon through
the reign of terror, it challenges public confidence In
honesty and Independence for the future.
The political transition of the pr?tent day opens to
THE NEWS a new and widor field of usefulness. Stan d
ing now as It ?I ways has, on ti? inviolability of the O o
stitutlon, accoi in** to tho interpretation of the strio
constrnctlonists, it presents a rallying ground for all,
both soctions, who are friends of a generous conserva
tism. Aa a true and tried exponent of sootlonal amity 1
occupies a position which makes It tho fitting mediato
in holding up to tho party of order in both sections, I n
terests and principles that gave breadth and vitslityto
their alliance. As an intersections! agent, devoted o
freedom of election, to trial by jury, to the sanctity
the habea* corput, and opposed now, as for four yoaraof
terror it has boeu, to tho centralization that dareet
trample on the rights of States, North or South, THE
NEWS places itsolf as a candidate for support beforetb
great body of this once free people.
Tho circumstances of the moment make the dissent
mination 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 sense of freedom,
do so in no spirit of indifference, but rather with the
eameatneas of a high trust. Justified, nay bound,l o
his love of liberty to do so, the proprietor places th
canvass he makoa here of the public generally in the
bands of those men who give him the approval of their
consciences as his individual agents. Every readarot
TBE NEWS can not avoid the conviction of duty which
is hero pointed out aa tho ground of the request, that ha
urges its claims for a wider support upon all of his
friends and neighbors who give their earnest sympathies)
to the oanae of "strict construction,*' intcreoctional con
cilia tion, and aU the rights of the citizens nnder the sys
tem, set np by onr fathers, of liberty regulated bylaw.
The proprietor of THE NEWS calla, therefore, upon
good and trne Conservatives throughout theoountryto
discharge to their convict-one of political right at this
great crisis In the country's fortunes, the duty of giv
ing to the Influence of his paper, dally, semi-weekly, or
weekly, the wider'power for good which it seeks here
through the eoreioe of Its Individual supportera
SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY NEWS.
These two Journal- are made np with special refer
ence to the wants of country subscribers, and oontaia
such a variety of matter aa to render them welcome to
every family in the land. In the matter of LITERA
TURE, the choicest stories of tbo best writers ar
spread forth In their columns; and more oxoeHent lite
rary matter Is furnished In one Issue than can be hadt n
many of the exclusively literary journals of the day.
The GENERAL NEWS Is admirably selected and con
dona od, so as to give all tho current Intelligence Int.I
readable a form as it can be placed. Tt comprise? news
from every part of tbo country, and is always the latest.
The COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE Is carefully pre
pared, and includes reliable Mabk?t Rkpobts from?
points, which are not excelled by any journal in thl
?end the names of all Friends of CONSTITUTIONAL
LIBERTY, and we will send them SPECIMEN COPIES
NEW YORE DAILY NEWS, to Mail Sub
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scribers.$5 for 6 months.
PDBLI8HED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
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