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LETTERS should be addressed to THE DAILY NEWS,
No. 18 Hayne-stroet, Charleston, S. C.
REJECTED MANUSCRIPTS will not be returned.
-Gold closed in New York firm at 35}.
-In Liverpool cotton was easier, but prices
-Cotton closed in Now York dull, with a de?
onne of ?ajo. Sales 1500 bales. Uplands 164
-Dana has already ?pent $400,000 in estab?
lishing his new papar.
-They call betting ont West "putting a pe?
cuniary estimate on one's opinion."
-Jeme D. Bright is in very feeble health,
and cannot attend the Kentucky Legislature,
of which he was elected a member.
_Punch thinks the name of the King of
Abyssinia will be mado to Btink in English nos?
trils as The Odorous.
-It is the proud boast of a country paper in
Pennsylvania that Dickens will pass through
the town by railroad.
_There are nine hundred bottles of choice
old wine in Sir Frederick Bruce's cellar, which
go under the hammer at Washington this
_Mir. Bass said, on a recent occasion, that
the returns of the firm of Bass & Co., brew?
ers, in England, were probably the largest in
the world, exceeding ?1,700,000 per annum.
_It has been deoided to pay each man en?
gaged in the captare of New Orleans and the
destruction of Confederate vessels $200 as prize
_On Saturday several government em?
ployees in Washington were discharged from
the navy-yard, and others had their pay mate?
_The Southern Relief Association of Balti?
more are making extensive arrangements for
another grand nur, at the Maryland Institute,
in that city, on January 13.
_The Loudon Spectator has a very bad opin?
ion of its neighbors. It says the Engliih are
the most thievish race in the world, and that
pecuniary dishonesty ie the curse of their so?
_The British Government has determined
to send chaplains for the Abyssinian expedi?
tion, and it is said will dispatch four clergymen
of the Church of England, two Presbyterians
and two Catholics.
-O'Baldwin, the Irish giant who recently
arrived in this country, with a view of meeting
Mace, the English champion of the prize ring,
has b en matched to fight Patsey Evans, the
Rondout giant, for $1000 a side.
-Tue Kentucky Legislature, it is stated,
has passed a resolution ?instructing Senator
Guthrie either to proceed to the capital or re?
sign, and i i consequence he has chartered an
^_flTlJ^CftLJlirid nill u-idflxtako the lourney not
to be suffering from paralysis of the lower
-The Washington Star says of Mr. Charles
Dickens' anticipated visit to Washington, that
his agent, Dolby, after surveying the ground,
concluded that he could not net moro than
$2000 per night, and at that rate but for a
single course of four readings. So he will not
go there until later in the season, ofter he has
skimmed the cream of the big cities.
-The Black Crook has at last been with?
drawn from IS i bio's Garden, whore it has bad
possession of the stago for the past fourteen
months. It has been performed four hundred
and seventy-five times, and the total receipts
at the Treasurer's office amount to $760,000, of
whioh some $15,000 has teen paid to the gov?
-Governor Bullock, the Republican Gover?
nor of Massachusetts, in his message, already
alluded to by tele g rath, said: "We must re?
member that there are millions of the white race
who cannot and must not always be retained
in the position of abjeot foes; millions whose
productive labor is necessary for the discharge
of national obligations, which must never be
repudiated, and whose good will and co-opera?
tion are essential to a complote and thorough
reunion. Let us then bear no more of confis?
cation and attainder for the Southern masses."
-Rochdale seems the chosen borne of co?
operation in England. A theatre, twenty yards
by forty, large enough for twenty-two hundred
persons (eleven hundred in the pit alone),
has been just opened there, the money for
building whioh (?6000) was raised by ?1 shares,
mostly taken up by workingmen. A theatre
has long been what is called " a desideratum "
in the place. Two years ago the men who
have the secret of making co-operation pay de?
termined to supply the want, and they have
The New York Times, of Saturday, says:
"On one night this week, three newly-born in?
fants were pioked up by the police in the
streets of this city, where they had been aban?
doned by their mothers. On ona night laet
week three were in like manner pioked u >; and
other cases have occurred with unusual frfr
quenoy since the cold weather began. Such
occurrences are proof of the extreme hard
ness of the times among the very poor, and
should stimulate our citizens rather to searoh
out and alleviate cases of distress than to in
dulge in severe language against the wretched
-The withdrawal of the Cunard steamers
from Boston was a blow both to the pride and
the interests of the "Hub." The Baltimore
line of Liverpool steamers seems also to be
taring hard. It seems by the record that the
last arrival of the Carroll, at Baltimore, was
September 29, and of the Worcester, at Balti?
more, November 9. This line waa strongly
backed up by Baltimoro intoiests, and by the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company; but fhe
general depression of the timeB, and the par?
ticular want of support at the points referred
to, have operated to the detriment of the Bal?
timore as well as the Boston line.
-The London TimeB han, for some time
past, been engaged in a libel suit of great im?
portance to newspaper publishers, which was
finally decided on December 20th. It was the
suit of Wason vs. Walter, Mr. Walter being
proprietor of the Times. The question at is?
sue most affecting the public was, whether a
newspaper might print the debates in Parlia?
ment without inourring the risk of an action
foi libel. The case arose in reference to state?
ments made in tho House of Lords by the
Lord Chancellor and other peera aa to Mr.
Waaon'a petition complaining ot the appoint?
ment of Sir Fitzroy Kelly us a judKe, aua
Which Mr. Wason complained ot as libellous.
The Lord Chief Justice distinctly declared that I i
in tis opinion a correct report of what was I t
said in Parliament was privileged, and being so
instructed the jury found for the defendant.
-The Nation rays that "tho ballot is a great
thing, but the natural man craves also beef?
steak and potatoes." On which the New York
Times remarks : "We want no further evi?
dence to prove tTat tho Nation is either a rebel
or a copperhead concern. It has no faith in
principle, and most certainlvhas nothing in
common with the "earnest" Republicans who
have convictions. If it will consult them it
will ascertain that the one thing needful for
everybody is the ballot. If they have that
they can get everything else ; and it makes
little odds, indeed, whether they have any?
thing else or not. The cravings of the natural
man must not be allowed to interfere with the
sacred rights of humanity."
TT E8DAY MORNING, JANUARY 7,1868.
The report of General WAGENER, Com?
missioner of Immigration, to Governor ORR,
contains information of great value and in?
General WAGSNEB states that he haB cir?
culated fourteen thousand copies of his
sketch of the history and resources of the
State, and mentions the appointment of Mr.
FERLER as agent for Scandanavia, Captain
MELCHERS for Germany, and Major RYAN
for Ireland, fie says that there is no doubt
that our success depends very much on a
liberal distribution of useful information
concerning tho State, BO aa to arrest the
attention of the emigrant, and adds that
the advice of every well wisher has been to
print in evury language and scatter our
pamphlets broadcast everywhere.
There hat. been much work to do, and
General WAKENER has worked with a will.
He has delivered addresses ; he has talked
and written ; he has advised the establish?
ment of a Iii e of steamships from Europe to
Charleston ; and has urged the importance
of that reduction in the fare for immigrants
through Charleston to the West which was
noticed in THE DAILT NEWS of yesterday as
having been accomplished.
The land, registry opened by General
WAOENER n: w contains the names of one
hundred and twenty-five proprietors, who
have for side three hundred and eleven
thousand two hundred and seventy-two
acres of lard at from fifty cents to fifteen
dollars per acre. Two plantations have
been sold, settled by a colony of industrious
Germans, lind called Germanville. Other
registered lands have been treated for, and
the assur?t ce is given that a company of J
mechanics ind other men of enterprise fi om
Pennsylvania is now being formed to pur?
chase one of our water powers and to de?
velop it a: once. One hundred and one
persons hare obtained work in the country,
and have been carried by the railroads at
half fair to their destination. Two hundred
and forty-eight immigrants have arrived, of
whom one hundred and forty-seven have
found employment in this city. Success, it
is admitted, has been limited, but the Com?
missioner perceives a prospect ol' further
success, "depending, however, on our con?
tinued exe rtions, and the liberality of our
people in their offers of lands. Several
ting to industrious settlers portions of their
lands ; and if auch liberality could become
general, h would oertainly exercise a de?
cided and favorable influence. But. our
constant endeavor should be to ir duce our
people to ussooiate everywhere in the inte?
rest of inmigration and industrial pro?
Of the t ?n thousand dollars appropriated
for the expenses of the Bureau, seven thou?
sand and seven dollars have been expended.
Salaries of agents and Commissioner amount
to four thousand one hundred and twenty
five, and printing, advertising s>nd pam?
phlets cost two thousand two hundred dol?
There ls no agent in Ireland, as Major
RYAN has resigned his appointment, and
General V TAGEN ER recommends that the
vacancy t e filled, and that an agent for
France be also appointed. It is not thought
that an agency at New York would be very
advantageous, as the better class of immi?
grants to that port proceed, immediately to
their points of destination, leaving behind
hem only such as could not be given em?
ployment at this time in South Carolina.
Enough has been said to show that (he
report is vorthy of its veteran writer, and
ive cannot, find words more to the purpose
han tilos?* with which the report itself con
dudes. General WAOENER says :
"My efforts have been directed to an
nfluence in Europe whioh should give us a
?lass of immigrants that will not only bring
is their personal powers of production, but
he meanii also to make them available at
mee ; and with them and after them will
?orne enough of laborers to supply all our
lemands without overburdening us with
tumbers of us^.ess idlers whom we are
malle to support. And we are in a fair
ray of attaining these objeots whioh, how
iver, woidd be very much facilitated by a
ine of steamers, as I have mentioned abc ve.
Che City of Charleston can and must be
nade rhe port of arrival for the immigrants
o the Sttite, that I have named, and when
ve are o.ice more under our own govern
nent, if it should be at all inclined to our
ipeedy recuperation, it must bo the aim of
he Leginlature to liberally assisi in meas?
ures to that effect."
High Life and Low Morale.
The public eye may occasionally wink at
olly anc. vice on the part of those favored
n?s wr.o are entitled to the immunities
onferred by purple and fine linen; yet
candal in "high life" is not permitted to
ikss unchallenged, and the station and dig
tity of the person who offends only lends
,n additional zeBt to common curiosity. It
B not that the guilt is condemned;-it is *
hat thure is such a thirst for un intimate ?
tnowleCige of those who revolve in the pa
rician ring that any event which denudes
he man of the habiliments of state, or de?
rives tie woman o? the sanctity of tradi
ion, is bailed with a loud shout of general
atislac i n. The gratification of the mul
ilude if in proportion to the rank of the
udividi.al. A King or i'rincc is the lead
ag attraction, a Duke is next in viciouB
mportu nee; but the elopement of a Coun
eBs, thj defalcation of a Knight, or even
the bigamy of a Baronet, will stir tbe pub?
lic pulse for a week, and, as at present,
furnish an opportunity for elaborate mor?
A new ohapter in the romance of "High
Life and Low Morals" has been written
and published, and the EARDLET-MCGEE
case is already a sensation beyond which
Miss BRADDON herself could not hope to go.
In 1859 EMUT FLORENCE MCGEE was
married to EARDLEY GIDEON CULLING EARD?
LEY at Calvary Church, New York. Miss
MCGEE was the daughter of the British
Consul at Mobile,-JAMES MCGEE, who was
dismissed during the war by Earl RUSSELL
for having sent out on a British ship the
gold to pay the interest on the bonds of the
State of Alabama then due to English
bondholders. The man on whom the beau?
tiful and oourted Miss MCGEE bestowed her
band was the son of Sir CULLING EARDLEY,
Bart., a gentleman of great wealth, con?
servative politics and Btrictly evangelical
principles. Soon after the arrival of the
married couple in England, Sir CULLINO
EARDLEY died, and the heir E. G. C. EARD?
LEY succeeded to the title and property.
The new baronet had been distressingly
profligate in his untitled days, and had
been pilloried in "Punch;" so that it was
I only reasonable that he should squander
his money and disgraoe his rank with the
rapidity of Bel-a-faire-peur or any other
hero of OTJIDA'B startling romanoes. In
less than four years E. G. C. E. was brought
to beggary, and his lady to wretchedness
and, iu October, 18G3, a formal deed ot
separation was signed in whioh the baronet
designated the lady as "my wile." After
this, EARDLEY'S life was embittered by
duns and bailiffs. SKITTLES and COBA
PEARL were no longer at his elbow, aud he
would have been in a French jail to this
day had not the abolition of imprisonment
for debt in France thrown open his prison
doors. Again at liberty, he returned to the
London which had not missed him, and on
September 12, 1867, married one ELIZABETH
ALLEN, subscribing his name in the mar
ri tige register as "bachelor."
Lady EARDLEY'S father, Mr. MCGEE, is
now prosecuting EARDLEY for bigamy in
vindication of the honor and good fame of
his child; and the bigamist baronet has
already been committed for trial. The de?
fence set up is that the New York marriage
was illegal, and that this can be deliberate?
ly done is only credible on the supposition
that the case of YELVERTON VS. LONGWORTH
has practically settled that all marriages
not solemnized according to English forms,
in England are null and void. There is no
doubt, however, that the deoision will be
in favor of the validity of the marriage
performed in New York according to the
laws of that State; otherwise every Ameri?
can marriage, in whioh either party was ol
English birth, would be deolared void and
of no effect-a thing too monstrous to be
apprehended for a moment.
This is the tale of the bigamist baronet,
and it has a touching moral. The Russian
Prince who turns out to have been a vete?
ran billiard-maker, the French Count who
is discovered to have acquired his polished
manners while ?lacking boots in the Palais
been a hair-dresser in a West End hotel or
a valet to a broken down nobleman, have
figured amusingly in fiction; and sensible
people have accustomed themselves at last
to inquire into the pretensions of the soi
disant nobleman before taking them to their
bosoms. But while such an ogre as EARD?
LEY oan gobble up two unsuspecting ladies,
and while it is remembered tnataiewyearis
ago the last lineal descendent of STEPHEN
of Blois, King of England, was sexton of a
churoh in London, it is not always safe for
a young American girl to cast her young
affections upon a real heir to a title,
or to oommit her destiny to the care ol
a HOWARD or PLANTAGENET. There have
have been warnings and examples enough;
and if the gushing, artless, unsophisticated,
American maiden will persist in believing
the vows and protestations of men of whose
rectitude and principles she knows abso?
lutely nothing, then the American maiden
must expeot to be flattered in the beginning,
feasted for a while and oheated and cajoled
WE REPRINT in full in another column
an editorial article of the New York Times,
setting forth its views in relation to the
proposed Bchemcs for extending govern?
ment aid to the impoverished planters
of the South. The Times opposes these
schemes, but advocates the immediate re?
funding to each planter of the whole
amount of cotton tax which he has paid.
DON'T FAIL TU TR Y MIK CELEBRA?
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PATIC BITTERS, au unfailing remedy lor all Dis
?auee of the Dilative Organs and the Liver. For
mle by all Druggists.
ON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, FAN KN IN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis
iasea ol the Digestive Organa and the Liver. For
sale by ail Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PA ITO BITIERS, an unfailing remedy for ail Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and tho Liver. Fol?
iate by aU Druggists. -
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PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of tho Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
jaie by all Druggist!*.
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L'AlIC BITIERS, au unfailing remedy for ail Dib.
neva ol tbe Digestive Otgans and the Liver. For
ule by aU Druggists.
DON'T Fyi IL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
f AlTC BITIERS, au unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases ol the Digestive Organs und the Liver. For
mle by all Druggists.
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PATIC BITTERS, on unfailing remedy for all Dis
?ases of the Digentivo Organs and tho Liver. For
mle by all Druggists._
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PATIC BITTERS, an unlailing remedy for all Dis?
uses of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
?ale by all Druggists_
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TED SOUTHERN rOMC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTEBS, an uuiaillng remedy for nil Dis
:asis ol the Digestive OrgauB and the Liver. For
ale by all Druggie. 8._
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TED SOU 1 BERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfallin,' r. mcdy for all Dis
ases ol the Digestive Organs und the Liver. For
ale by all Drui/gists._
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TE^ SOUTHERN TONIC, P.-.NKNI.VS HE- I
'ATIC B TT HRS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis- .
asea of the Digestive Organs and tho Liver. For I
ale by all Druggists. lyr November 27
WAV 1 KD, AJV EXPERIENCED WHITE
NORSE, who can wash and iron, flood recom?
mendations required. Apply at No. 101 BROAD
STEEET,. opposite Cathedral, between 9 and 10
o'clock. 1 January 7
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A K
SPECTABLE white Girl to Cook and Wash
for a small iamily. Good recommendation can be
given if required. Apply atNo. 8 M0RBI8-STBtET.
WANTED, A GIRL. AS NU KSK (GER
MAN preferred), about 15 j ears old. Apply
at No. 10 BEAUFAIN-STRECT. 1* January "
WANTED.-THE HANDS WHO HAVE
engaged work with Messrs. Tucker & Jackson
will call at their office, No. 112 East Bay, at 3 o'clock
Twenty more ?tout active men oan obtain employ?
ment at good wages. TUCKER & JACKSON.
January 7 _ 1
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN OR
Girl, to go with a lady to a western town as
Child's Nurse, and to make herself generally useful.
Apply at No. 209 MEEITNG-S J BEET.
January 7 _**
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE
WHITE GIRL, a Situation to do Cbambor
work and Sawing; has no objection to assist in Wash*
lng. Apply to No. 39 81. PHILIP'S, three doors
above Caiboun-street. 3* January f
WANTED, A GIRL. CAPABLE OP
doing general housework, and can como
well recommended. Apply at No. 28 PLNCKNEY
STHEtT. A German preferred.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS FORE?
MAN or Overseer on a plantation. Referen?
ces os to character and competency furnished.
Address, stating lc calli y and compensation, L. B.
News Office._ January ?
WA N I KD, A PAKTNER, WHO HAS
some cash capital, by a party who is doing a
good and safe business. Ador?es, stating name and
amount of cash for Investment, F. S., office of the
Daily News._January 2
ANTED, BY AN EXPERIENCED AC?
COUNTANT and good Penman, any employ,
mcnt that would occupy his attention tor a tew hour
daily. AddrcBs SCRIBE, city Postofflce.
January 1 _
AGE VI S WANTED POR THE LIFE
and rampai gus ot Gen. Robert E. Lio, the
standard biogruphy of the Great Chieftain. Its offi?
cial character and ready tale, combined with an in?
creased comm ssion, inaku it tho itesi suuscription
book ever published. Send tor circules and sre
our terms, sud a full description of the work. Ad?
dress, National Publishing Company, Atlanta, Ga.
WA .VI'ED TO KENT, WITHIN FIVE
or eight minutes walk or the Postoffice,
in a pleasant neighborhood, eithei a mnali HUUsE
or lour or five RuuM> In a large one, with a sepa?
rate apartment for a Kitchen. Beut noe to be more
chan ?350 or ?IOU. Address "E. G.," caro L. Chap?n
A; Co.. Hajne-sir.et._December 1*
UBQfv/lA 'ro .3UUU PER YEAR.-AN
Hi)?JO VJ VJ AGENT is wanted in every town m
tue- union to make and sell an article of daily con?
sumption in every family. It is entirely new. Sale
os permanent us Lour. Adoress LuUIs CUB
LENT Z, Middleton, Md. Duo December 20
AGEN Tti WA % TED KOK THE ? LIFE
OF JEFFERSON DAVIS," by Urank H. Al
li-iund, of Richmond, formerly editor of the South
era Literary Messenger. Tu is is a rall and authen?
tic history of the Lue and Public Services of the
great Southern leader. Mr. A.trioud has enjoyed un?
usual advantages ru the preparation of this work, as
will bo apparent to all on examination. Send for
specimen pages and circulars, with terms. Address
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Atlanta, Ga.
WANTED-AN AGENT-ONE CHAM E
in each town, worthy the attention ot au
active business man, to take tho agency tor the sale
oi BRADSTREET'S RUBRER MOULDING AND
WEATHER STRIPS, applied to the sided, bottom,
toj-, and centre ot doors and windows. Send for
J. R, BRADSTREET i CO.,
November 27 2moa Boston, Mass.
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHEHE,
to sell the MAGIC CLEANSING CREAM.
Sample doz., terms, show cards, etc., sent on receipt
or ?2. D. CUMAUNGS & CO.,
No. 12 South Market street, Boston.
November 25 3mos
110 RENT, A PORTION OF A HOUSE
on Rutledge Avenue, conslsUng ot five rooms
and three kitchen rooms, a large lot, stable, etc. To
on approved tenant terms moderate. Apply at No.
;0 HA INE-bTRE?T.
Junuary 7 tuths3
FOR RENT, THE RESIDENCE NO. 4
Doughty-street: a very desirable one lor a
,,,^~>" ?-;-.. - JJ unary a
TO RENT, A SMALL BRICK HOUSt-,
No. ? BADCUFPE-MTREET, containing five
rooms, suitable for a small family. Inquire ai No. f
rpO RENT, A LARGE AND COMMODI
J_ OUB RESIDENCE, No. 46 Pitt-street, next to
the souibeast coiner ol Calhoun-etreet Apply to
-M1TM & MCGILLIVRAY, Real Estate Agents. No.
27 iiroad-Btreet stu th December 28
I ,VU KNISH ED HOUSE TO RENT.-THE
JJ i. H REE STORY BRICE HOUSE, No. 33 Hasel
irret, newly painted both within and without, and
newly and finely furnished throughout, will be rout?
ed for the noxt your at a reasonable rent to a eatis
?actory party. Apply by letter to E. BATES, NO. 124
Mee,lug-street. 0 December 31
?O KENT, THE "WATEKLuO" FLAN.
TATION, situated on John's Island, immedi?
ately on the Stono River. It contains 400 acres first
quaUty cotton land, 200 acres prime provision laud,
and about 300 acres woodland, 14 negro houses,
overseer's house, 2 cotton houses, barn, and gin
house, all in good order. For terms, Ac, apply u>
u. c. MCFADDEN, sumter, s. c., LSAAC W. URLM
11 ALL, John's Island, or to JAMES M. CALDWELL
lt SON, Charleston, b. C. December 21
FOR RENT, PART OP A DELIGHT?
FULLY SITUATED MANSION, lu the south
western nordon ot the city, consisting of a suite ol'
three or four spacious rooms on the first floor, with
kitchen and servants' apartments. Terms mode?
rate. Address "A," Dally News Office.
VALUABLE VEGETABLE FARM,
nineteen miles from Charleston, ou tho state
Road, one and a half miles from Mt. Holly on thc
Northeastern Railroad, containing 250 acres cleared
new land, flt for long or short co. ton, rico, aud vege?
tables for an early market; a 1 und-r new and sub?
stantial fences; also, a largo pasture lor raising
stock, unc'or good substantial fences.
Fur u-nus, apply at C. P. POFPENHEIM'S Hard?
ware Store, No. 417 King-street.
January 4 stu th 3
rpo RENT, THOSE WELL-K v u \\ v
? PLANTATIONS. "Lances" and "Oak Grove,"
situated in St. Andrew's Parish, about five milos
from the city, on the Old Rivers' Road-containing
bctweci two and three huudred acres of cleared
cotton and provision .and, well udaptcd to the pro?
duction ol each. On thu latter place are a very good
email dwelling, sn excellent spacious barn, cotton
und gin house, with machinery attached; also, a su?
pt nor orchard ol choice und various fruits. Posses?
sion given uumediutoiy. Apply at this office.
January 4 stu4
170R SALE, A HANDSOME BRUSSELS
? CARPET, 20 by 20. Apply No. 35 SMITH
STREET. 1* January 7
FOR SALE, ONE 23-HOKSE PO VV ii,t<
PORTABLE ENGINE AND BOILER, with Saw
aiid Grist Mill attached, aU in good order, by
E. L. BARRE,
January 4_12_No. 141 East Bay.
TURPENTINE FARM.-THE FINELY
Umbered TURPENTINE FARM of the Estate
ol J. H. MclntOfb, together with Distillery,
Houses, 4c, is offered for sale or rent. For further
information apply to the undersigned, at Society
Bill, on the Cheraw and Darlington Railroad.
Janu.ry 3 6 EDWARD MCINTOSH, Ex'r.
17H>R SALE, A VALUABLE FARM OF
. 151 acres, on thu south Carolina Railroad, 12
miles from Charleston. It is suitable for a cattle or
dairy form. It is In the vicinity of the bod of phos?
phate lime recently discovered ou tho Ashley River,
and would be valuable to thut business as s Summer
r. sort for those who superintend it. Aud being im?
mediately ou the railroad, would prove convenient
going to and lrom Charleston.
Apply to PERK VC LEAR Si HALSEY,
West end Montugue-ulreet,
December 21 Imo_Charleston, S. C.
rpo PUBLISHERS A1VD JOURNALISTS.
X A large amount of TYP X and JOB MATERIAL
tor sale, in lota to suit purchasers. Terms reason?
able, and cusb. Also, a fine HAND PRESS, price ?250 .
au Adams* Power Press, price ?I5U0; und a Curd
Press, pnce $100. Apply to F. G. DxFONTAINE
Columbia, B. c. ^J December 7
S AVTS??^? A?U W*-AN? COTTON
PRnPKui^?^LA?,TAXI0??S' i,ARMS and CITY
.PROPERTY of all kinds for SALE and LEASE by
CLIFFORD ii MATUEWEs,
No be q E"a*e Agent?, No. 5C Broad street.
Jast ano /oun?i.
LU*T* THE MOTH ULT., A 1.1VEH
, . ??LOitED PoiN i KB oLUT, for thu recovery
of which a liberal reward will be paid, address X,
office of thc Daily Nows. ^
January 3 12*
LOST, ON TUE CARS BETWEEN
.Li L-i, 7??r.T?llc 0Dl1 tuis ci|y- a tt?D HDS>1A LEA
xu.hu I\>UT.MONNAIE, containing ?23 in money
ind a free ticket ou the rond m tho name ol Miss
Honman. Any ono finding the same will bo suitably
rewarded by leaving it at THIS OFFICE.
CHARLESTON BOARD OF TRADE.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
Charleston Board of Trade will be held 7his
Evening, at half-past 7 o'clock, at Ute Charleston
Hotel Club Boom.
By order of the President,
JOHN B. STEELE, Secretary.
January 7 _1
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND
the regular monthly inseting of your Compa?
ny, at your Hall, This Evening, at 7 o'clock precisely.
By order. JOHN T. H UM PH BEYS,
January 7 1 Secretary.
rp HE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
X held, This Evening, at the Ball at 7 o'clock.
January 7 1 Secretary.
JKFFERSON LODGE, No. 4, I. O. O. F.
?HE BEGULAB MEETING OF THIS LODGE
will he held This Evening, at 7 o'clock. As the
installation of Officers for ensuing .?rm will take
place, a punctual attendance is desired.
By order N. G.
January 7 1 Recording Secretary.
F KM AN BROTHERHOOD.
nriHE MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF THE OB
J_ GANIZATION are earnestly requested to meet
at Society-street, on This Evening, tue 7th instant,
st 7J? P. M., as business of importance wiU bc sub?
mitted for their consideration.
By order. GEORGE NUNAN.
F RE UNDSC H AF TSB UN D.
THE MONTHLY M, ETTNG OF THE ABOVE
Society takes place To-NigU, at 8 o'clock.
By order of the President.
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
J ANT;AB? 6TH, 1868.
AMEETING OF THE BO ABL UP sUPEBVItsOBS
of the High 8i hool will be held in the . ayor's
Otnce, City Hail, at 6 o'clock P. M., on Wednesday,
the 8th Instant, on business ot importance.
RICHARD YEADON, chairman.
JAMES LOWNDES, Secretary. January 7
ANNIVERSARY MEETINO C HA lt LE S
STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY OF AXMEN.
ATTEND A MEETING OF YOUR COMPANY, TO
be held To- Morrow (Wednesday) Evenivg, 8th
Instant, at the Hall of the Hope Fire Engine Com?
pany, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Punctual attenuunce is requested, as an Election
of Ol?ceiH wiU take place t; serve tho ensuing year.
Heads of the Tire Department and Honorary Mem?
bers of the Company are cordially :nvited to the Col
la jon at Market Hall, at 9 o'clock P. M.
January 7 2_Secretary.
I. O. O. F.-H. W. GUA AD LODGE OF
SOUTH CAUOLI ?A.
THE OFFICERS AND MEuBEE8 OF THIS
GRALND LODGE are invited to meet tho M. W.
Urana Master, for the purpose of installing the
ofBc. re of the Subordinate Lodgen, on the following
evenings, to wit : This Eienn.g, 2d mst., Howara
Loage, ?o. 3; Friday, 3d, Marion Lod^e, No. 2; Sun
uay, 5tli, Schiller Eodge, No. 30; Tuesday, 1st, Jef?
ferson Lodjje, No. 4; and Wednesday, 8th, south Car?
olina Lodge, No. 1.
By order ol the M. W. G. M.
JNO. H. HONOUB,, Jr., M. D.,
December 31 tuthfstuB Giand Secretary.
SOCIETY FOB THE REJulEF OF THE
EAMU.IES OE DECEASED A.%U DISABLED IN?
DIGENT MEMBERS OF THE MEDICAL PEO
FEsblON OF TH ii STATE CF SOUTH CARO?
rE ANNUAL MEEITNG OF IHIS 80CIETY
will be he.d at Tully's, in King-street, on
Wednesday Evening, the btu inst., U 7 o'clock P. M.
cona.iou wiu be on table at 8 o'e.ock.
H. W. Di;SAU3SUBE,
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA BAIL
BOAD COMPANY ANT? OF THE SOUTHWEST?
ERN RAILROAD BANK.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS of the above institutions will be
huid lu the City ol Charleston ou the 2u Tuesday in
February next, tho llih day of taut month. Place
ul meeting, Hall of tho ?outnwuBtemHa?ruad Back,
in BroaU-sixuou Hour ol' convening, ll o'clock,
on the day following, Wednesday, the 12th, there
will bu an election ueid at the sumo piace, between
the hours ol 9 A. M. aud 3 P. M, tor liiteea Direc
iurs ut tho Railruud Company, aud thirteen Olree
turs lor tho Bank.
A rutnnilttce to verily proxies will atteud.
Stockholders will bc passed as usual over the
Road, to and from the meeting, lree of charge, JU
accordance with Ihe resolution of the convention ol
January 3 ftuf3" * " ^^fc?tt?^u ?.
BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED AT REA?
SONABLE BATES by implying at No. 72
ii.,sEL-sTnLET. C* January 6
PKJVATK BO AUD.-TO LET A FUR
NT a a ED BOOM, with the use or a parlor, with
or without board, in a private family, where there
are no other boarders. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
BE Al O V A L-BOARDING.-MRS. A.
TRACY having removed her Boarding Eslab
utiumentirom No. OJ Church-street to No. 70 BROAD
sTitEET, is now prepated to furnish Board to a lim?
ited number of Ladies and Gentlemen. Tonio mod?
erate. _ December 14
OOAHD WANTED.-A PRIVATE FA
JD MTLY, willing to board another family, consist?
ing of husband, wiic, young lady, two children and
nurse, ou reasonable terms, will please address or
csii on LEONARD CHAPIN, No. 20 Huyne-street, and
state terms and locality. Tare or lour rooms re?
quired. December 14
can bc obtained, at reasonable rates, by apply?
ing at No. 434 KING STREET, one door above Hud
hon street, near the Citadel. The Street Cars pass
the door every ten minutes. 3mo October 7
THE ACADEMY OF THE LADIES OF MERCY
will resumo the exercises of the School on Tues?
day, 7th instant. 3* January 4
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
HEsUMED on Monday, Jinuary Otb.
instrucUou given lu I.ut i n, Ure ck, French, Ger?
man, Mathematics, und thu higher branches of Eng?
Terms of Tuition, $10 per quarter, payable in ad?
No extra charge for French, German or Stationery.
W. It. KINGMAN,
December 30_7 Principal.
NIGHT SCHOOL t NIGHT SCHOOL >
ANsON-ST., NEARLY OPPOSITE LAUBENS-ST.
rpBE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH
J. METIO, WRITING, utADING, GERMAN and
E?GLlHd GRAMMAR are ito m 7 to 0 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month in advance.
Book-kesping charged extra.
December 2. .. U. H. BERGMANN._
THE FALL TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
bpartanburg, S. C., will ope J October 3d, 1867.
'The Fresideut, Rev. A. W. CUMMINGS, D. D., wu!
be aided by competent, experienced teachers in
Board tor half year.$70.00
Contingent Fee. 2.00
Music and all tho Ornamental Branches very low.
Those wishing to patronise the School will please
iddress the President. itu Augusto
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP,
FE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST
ING under the nameofH. L. JEFFcRs lt CO.,
u hereby dissolved. H. L. JEFFERS.
WM. H. JIFFERS,
THOS. H. JEFFERS.
Charleston, January 4, 1868.
THE FACTORAG?T7\ ND COMMISSION
WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE UNDES?
IGNED under thc style ol' W. H. JEFFERs &
'O. WM. H. JEFFERS.
THOS. A. JEFFERS.
Charleston, January 4. 18C8. 3 January 6
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
rHE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING IN THIS
CITY, under thc nrm of BONAFONT i 8ALA8,
s this duy dissolvid by mutual consent Tho name
ii the firm wiU bo used only in liquidation by either
>urtuer or Mr. lt. SALAS, Attorue.-.
December 31st, 18C7. F. P. SALAS.
January 1 10
LENGNICK & SELL, WUOLESALE DEALERS
in MILLINERY, Siraw and Fancy Goods, have
emuved to No. 27 HAYN* -STREE T.
[IHE UNDERSIGNED BEGa TO ANNOUNCE TO
bis patrons uud tho trade generally that ho has
^]^'WS Stock of Roots, chocs and Trunk?, from
" M^'^G-STR^.x to that spacious Ware
ouse N o. 29 H A i NE-STREET (sign of tho Big
oot), whore he will bc happy to grcot his customers
\UBUal\ T EDWARD DALY, Agent.
COPIES OF PAINTINGS
JUST RECEIVED BY DIBECT TMPOBTATION
FBOM GERMANY, A>D NOW ON EXHI?
BITION AND FOR SALE AT
SIEttLING & ISSERTEL'S
So. 243 KING, TWO DOORS BELOW
. A LARGE COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHIC
COPIES of the MOST CELEBRATED PAINTINGS
of the Dresden Gallery and the Louvre at Parla, by
VAN DYK, REIN,
BATTONI, CARLO DOLCE,
These pictures are of the most exquisite finish,
and offered aa single copies or in sets, also in Album
collection- of ?2, 30 or 66 selected piccaree, elegant?
ly bound, and suitable for the centre table of the
The above being something entirely new and rep?
resenting the moat popular of the celebrated works,
would add much to the ornament of the parlor or
A part of the above collection will be disposed ol
EVERY CHANCE RECEIVING A PRIZE. THE
List ie now open at the Ga. lory.
SIEGLING d( ISSKHTEL, Artist?,
No. 343 King-street, below Beaufatn.
T> CSSKLL'8 KOOK STORE,
No. 285 KING-STREET.
WEEKLY LIST OF NEW WORKS AND NE}7 \
BISHOP GREGG'S OLD GHERA WS. A History
of the old Cneraws, containing an account of the
Aborigines of the Pee Dee, the first White settl>
mente, their subsequent progress, civil chang?e, y ? |
struggle ol the Revolution, bc, extending fro n
about 1730 to 1810, with notices of families ar d
sketches of individuals. By Right Rev. Alexond ir
Gregg, D. D., Bishop of Texas. 1 vcL, 8vo. $3.
DANIE-the Divine Comedy of Dante Alig?le; 1.
Translated by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow. 3
vols., imperial 8vo. $16.
TUL HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF GCD
DUBING THE PERIOD OF REVELATION. By B )V
Charles Colcock Jones, D. D.
ON BOTH SIDES. Of THE SEA-A Story of tao
Commonwealth and the Restoration. A sequel to
the Draytons and the Da venants. By the author ol
the Schon berg-Cotta Family. 1 vol. SI 76.
ORIGIN, RUE AND PROGRESS OF MORMON?
ISM. Biography of its Founder snd History of ott
Church. Peraoiwl Remembrances and Hinton *l
Collections hitherto Unwritten. By Pomeroy Tuck jr,
Palmyra, N. li., with some repellant Pictures and
Portraits, which are quito good enough for th Mr
subjects. SI 76.
LANGUAGE AND THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE.
Twelve Lectures on the principles of Linguistic Sci?
ence. By William Dwight Whitney, Professor of |
dansent, and Instructor in Modern Languages in
i ule College. 1 voL ?2 50.
al UJJLLS IN EN GUSH; or Glimpses of the brier
lite of our Language By M. Scheie de Vere, LL. ?J.,
Professor of Modern Language iu the University of j
Virginia. 1 vol. ?2 60.
STEINMETZ-SUNSHINE AND 8HOWEBS; Their
Influenced throughout C reation; a Compendium of
i'opuUr Meteorology. By Andrew bteuunitz. 1 vol.
1'ALGBA VE-ESSAYS ON ART. By Francis Tur?
ner Palgrave. 1 vol. SI 76.
CALIFORNIA; The Romance of the Ago, or he
Discovery Of Gold in California. By Edward S. Dan?
bar. 1 voL SI 26.
AIECHI-H ,W TO F ABM PROFITABLY ; ^or^ **.
STTiLJis-nus HUGUENOTS, their settlements,
Churches and industries in TCTIHIHTIH and Ireland.
By samuel smiles, author of bell-Help. 1 voL $1 76,
LEssiNG'S NATHAN THE WIsE. Translated by
Miss Ellen ?Totliiugham. SI'76.
SJ J_,EC1 IONS FROM THE EALEVALA, the gr-eat
Finnish ?p?e. Translated by the tate Prof. Jehu i A
Perter, ol' Yate College. $1 50.
GOETHE'S FA CST . Translated by John Ant ter,
LL.D. $1 26.
UNDINE, a IN TRAM, ASi AUGA'S KNIGHT, TWO
CAPTAINS. By De La Motte Fouque. 1 vol. S! 26.
Db. WILMER'S LOVE; A Novel. By Marg tret
LOVE IN LETTERS; aOuriouo and Fascina intr
CURRI' O'LANUS; Comic Epistles, with liluftra
tious. SI 60.
WOMAN'i STBATEGY; a capital new Entlieh
NovcL SI 60.
A BOOK ABOUT LAWYERS; the celebrated En?
glish work. S2.
MACKEY'S CRYPTIC MASONBY; a Manufl o? I
the CouncU. By A. G. Mackey, M. D. 1 vol. ta.
MACKEY'S MASONIC R1T?4LIST. By A G.
Mackey. M. D. Fully Uloatrated, 32mo., cloth, gilt,
SI 2J; tucks, gilt edges, SI 60.
rj^HB HU.EEN INSURANCE t OEP ' NY
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL.
CAPITAL.910,000,000 IN GOLD.
THIS RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INST RES
against loss or damage by fire on BUILDINGS,
MERUHA.VDIZE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITJRE,
RENTS, Ac, at established rates.
Losses promptly paid, without reference tc Eng
land. GIBBES b CO., Agenti;,
NO. IO Adger's south Wh irf.
October 28 mtuBm o
J Li. HONOUR,
AUCTIONEER AND INSURANCE AGENT,
No. 8 BROAD-STREET.
INSURANCE ON HOUSES. STOCKS, FI UNI
TURE, kc, bc, taken in first-class SOUTtlERN
Insurance Companies. Although the Companies
represented in this Agency do not put out FABU?
LOUS CAPITALS ON PAPER, they win be tound
STRONGER in comparison To MARKET VdLUE
OF THEIR CAPITAL AND THE AMOUNT AT ?ISK,
than the largest capital represented in the City of I
Charleston. J. L. HONOUR,
INSURANCE AGENT. No. 8 Broad-sbeet.
December 17 ;jno
"^y ALTER P ANN ILL,
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFICE No. 59 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
December 23 Uno
JTIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE
8. Y. TUPPER, AGENT.
IN PLANTEES b MECHANICS' BANK BUIL DING,
PHON1X IN6UBANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus.$1,70(1,000
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANi, NEW YORK.
Copital and Surplus.$1,60),000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW
Capital and Surplus.$1,460,000
MANHATTAN TNSURVNCE COMPANY, NEW
Capital and Surplus.$1,000,000
NORTH AMERICAN INSUBANCE COMPANY, NEW
Capital and Surplus.$763,000
ENTERPIUSE INSURANCE COMPANY, CINCIN?
Security by State law.$2,00!;,U00
CENTRAL CI TY INSURANCE COMPANY, SELMA, I ?
WIDO Mb* AsD ORPHANS' BENEFIl LUE IN
8URANCE COMPANY, NEW YORE.
ASSETS-NINE MILLION DOLLARS.
Risks taken ia thc above noaa compani :s, and
osaes promi-,ly paid in Charleston. S. C., by
January 1 8. Y. TUPPER,
OOK/? SACKS, JUST LAKDING PEE NOE
i4&0\ r WEGIANbark "Skjold." For sala ia
lots to suit purchasers py
GEOEGE A. HOPLEY 4 CO.,
January 7_2_Atlantic Wharf.
COAL ! COAL !
S\(\C* TONS S?PEBIOB CANNEL COAL. NOW
^UO landing per Norwegian bark "Skjold."
?rom LiverpooL For sale by
GEOBGE A. HOPLEY k CO,
January 7_2_Atlantic Wharf.
1 AAA BALES PRIME NOBTH RIVER HAY,
JA/" V/ in store and for sole by
January 7_3_T. J. KEBB k CO.
OA HHDS. STEICTLY PRIME WESTERN
10 bids. Strictly Prime Bib Sides
80 hhdfl. Strictly Prime Clear Bib Eides. :
40 bbls. heavy MESS POE*.
For sale low by HENEY COBIA k CO.
January 2 _thstu3
SEED POTATOES, SALT, &c
O A A BBLS. PINK EYE POTATOES
200 sacks halt
10 hhda. Molasses . .
26 bags Kio Coffee
30 bbls. Mess Pork.
For sale low to close consignment.
JOHN M. THOMPSON,
January*_3_No. 112 East Bay.
SEVENTEEN HUNDRED (1700) SACKS LEVEE
POOL 8 4LT, Jost received per KJelleatad, for
sale by B. T. WALKIE,
Jannary3_Boyce h Col's Wharf.
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
O^fifa SACKS LIVtBPOOL SALT TOST
?UOKJKJ received per "Kjellestadt."
For Bale by ROBERT MORE k CO.,
January 1_6_Boyce's Wharf.
BALE ROPE, BAGGING AND
F>B SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT P CECEASE HS,
by the Manutecturer H. CL?CUS,
Ko. 57 Pine street, New York.
September 24 4m o
WOOD, LUMBER, &c.
BEST QUALITY OAK, PINE AND LIGHTWOOD,
by boat load or at retail, as well aa AfiSOBT
MENT OF LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES, Ac,
For sale low, at foot Beaufaln-etreet.
STEIN MEYER ? SON.
December 17 taths
Sitars, Charro, Cir.
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS DAY E8TAB
X T.THHurn himself at No. 118 East Bay-street, as
Agent for the Charleston branch or the Havana Segar
Factory "La Valentina," and he will, as such, devote
himself exclusively to the manufacturing and im?
porting ot the most celebrated brands of HAVANA
8-GARS and the bnost Havana Leaf (wrappers and
fillers? anti SMOKING TOBACCO, the stock of whioh
will constantly constat of :
PAPtB CIGARE I TES, "LA HOUBADEZ"
Millar Coman J. P.
Millar Comae, Bio Hondo
Londres de corte, "La Valentina"
Londres de corte, Figaro
Londres fino flor, Jenny Lind
Flor de Prensados, Figaro
Flor de Prensados, La Espanola
Conch s Y. Zepeda
Conchas snp'r, La Valentina
Conchas flor, Jenny Lind
Londres Y. Zepeda
Londres superior, La Valentina
' Londres primera, H. Upmann
Londres flor, H. Upmann
Londres superior, de Partagaa y Ca.
Lonches flor, de Farts gw y Cu.
Londres superior, H. do Cabanas y Carbajal
Londres flor, H. de Cabanas y Carbajal
B revi tas flor, H. Upmann
Media Regalia, Y. Zepeda
Media Begaila, La Valentina
Brevas flor, H. Upmann
Brevas flor, H. Cabanas y Carbajal
Brevas, La Espanola
BritaUca Cilindrados, La Espanola
Regal!toa flor, H. Upmann
Begaila Brit?nica, La Valentina
Regalia brit?nica, H. de Cabanas y Carbajal
Q/mmdan- du Caji dod. H. Ui>wann
Havana Lwu Tobacco.
DOMESTIC SEGA RS of all kinds
Smoking Tobacco of all kinds
Chewing Tobo . cu of all kinds.
Dealers and consumers of Charleston, and through?
out the country, are invited to call and examine this
large and well selected stock, surpassed by few at
the North and second to nooe in tho South, East or
West EAMON SALAS, Agent.
N. B. All orders promptly attended to.
January 1 10
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN CHARGE
of the above well known Hotel, respectfully in?
forms his friends and the travelling public that it
has been REFURNISHED IN ALL OF ITS DEPART?
MENTS. The table will at all times bc supplied
With THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORD8, includ?
ing every delicacy in season, while the cuisine wQl
be unexceptionable. The Bath Booma attached to
the Hotel are supplied with the celebrated Artesian
Water, and HOT, COLD OB SHOWEB BATHS caa
be obtained at any time. The same attention will
be paid to the comfort of the guests as heretofore,
and travellers can rely upon finding the Charleston
Hotel equal to any in the United States. The patron?
age of the travelling public ia respectfully solicited.
J. P. HORBACH, ?gent,
January 6 Proprietor.
PBOPBIETOB OF THE
GEEEN VILLE, S. C.
T, JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HUED.Of New Orleans.
W. F. COBKEBY...01 Spottswood Hotel, Eichmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
"^y I h Ii I A M IRVIN,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
SPABTANBUBG, S. C.
Joohs, Stationery, ?tr._
ALMANAC FOR 1868,
CONTAINING ITS USUAL VALUABLE INFOR?
j(^The Trade supplied at the following rates: $10
per Hundred; $1.60 per Dorern^ H maI9
PUBLISHES, NO. 59 BBOAD-STBEET.
December 19 _thstulS_
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
Up-Town Book and News Depot,
No. ?37 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS, such as
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, kc.; par?
ies living u i town will find lt convenient to give
ne a cali, and can rely on getting their papers
.egular. City papers sold and subscriptions taken
or all Papers and Magazine*. Foreign Papers
ind Reviews ordered lor regular subscribers.
Particular attention pal.: to orden from the con
T A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS alway* kept
m bond. Hmo November 21
THE UltEUAVlLLE .HOOT.UJXER
[S PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $160
per year, in advance. Advertisements inserted
t usual rates. G. E. ELFOBD,
May lu Editor and Propristor,