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NEWS S U M M A R Y.
-Gold was quoted at 37ic. at the close.
-Cotton closed in Liverpool active, though
with a decline of ?d. Uplands in port, 7Jd.;
to arrivo, 6|d. SaleB 10.000 bales.
_Cotton in New York closed dull and de
olinm.,'. Salea 1800 bales, at 16al6?c, closing
-A Georgia Convention delegate was caught
by a railroad conductor trying to get nome on
a half-fare ticket.
_An Englishman pays a quarter of a million
in Mexican dollars for the monopoly of the
gambling business in Hong Kong.
-Slight earthquake shocks were felt in Ma
comb, Depeyster, Lisbon, Hervelton and other
little towns in northern New York, on the 81st
-It is intimated from Washington that the
President is about to dispatch Gen. Sherman
on a mission to the South, in order to ascer?
tain the real condition of thongs tnere, and to
report what measures of relief are necessary.
-The various steamship lines plying between
Kew York and European ports, of which there
are nine, transported during; the past year
332 031 passengers. 1,018,277 tons of cargo and
$46 133 734 in 8 pee io.
-In oonsequenoe of the reoent disclosures
relative to the management of workhouses in
England, it is understood that a royal commis?
sion will shortly bo iBouei to i.:quire generally
into the management of workhouses through?
out the country.
-The Germans are in eestacias over the
marvellously cheap editions cf their standard
poets, whioh the loading publishing house:
offer them since the valuable copyrights have
expired. Schiller's poems, neatly printed on
fine p*p ~r, can now be bought for five oents.
-Mr. Thornton, the now British Minister to
Washington, ?B to receive a salary of $30,000
in (fold. Sir Frederick Bruce received $22 600,
bat as he was scarcely able to gut alone on
this salary, it has been augmented to the
above su a in Mr. Thornton's oise.
-The Home Journal having been condemn?
ed for publishing; engagements of marriages,
retorts that it makes its publications on the
authority and with the consent of the ladies
concerned, and that more information of this
sort was furnished than could be published.
-The London Times says that the next ses?
sion of the English Parliament, which begins
February 13th, wJl oe chiefly devoted to Ire?
land, whose great grievances it admits. The
Fenians have, after all, not labored m vain, if
they extort such confessions as tnese.
--?Xxwtmtoptwwitt IWI.1.M ATho hold Maxi
m?ian's Mexican loan had a meeting in Paris
recently, at which it waa stated that the total
amount of this lean was $58,388,424 in gold.
Unless France assumes this loan, willoh at
present it is very unwilling to do, all this
money wiil be lost.
-A movement is reported to be on foot
looking to the holding of a general congrues of
the South American republics at an oar.y date,
either in Washington or m New York, to draw
np a treaty pledging themselves to resist
foreign aggression upon any pari of South
-The Duke de Luynea, one of the richest
noblemen in France, died recently of a cold
oentracted while attending the military hos?
pitals in Rpme. The Duke, who was rather
liberal in his pol: tics, h-d astonished bis
friends by giving up the pleasures of ducal life
for the service of the Papaoy.
-Baltimore last year WAS a port at whioh a
consLerable number of immigrants landed.
The total for the year fooling up 10,753, of whom
9,225 came in Bailing vessels, and the others in
steamers. The greater number of these immi?
grants were farm laborers, and some brought
money with them, in sums from $200 to $1300.
-A new Insurance Company is to be started
in New Xork, called the Homeopathic Mutual
Insurance Company, with $200,000 capital. Its
charter provides that persons who adopt the
Homcepathio treatment of diseases will be in?
sured at ,; judicious y reduced ratos," as com?
pared with those adhering to the Allopathic
-A New York paper tb inks "lt is surprising
that a speaker so polished and scholarly ir, Mr.
Gladstone should use the word 'leniency* when
there is m the language the better and more
correct word 'lenity.'" Perhaps Mr. Gladstone
thinks there is more euphony iu ''lenieuoy.'
Tbe choioa of a word frequently depends on
the construction of a sentence.
-A Mr. Hadden has submitted to the Bri?
tish authority q a singular plan for layiug a
temporary railway for the transportation of
English troops in Abyssinia, tbe novelty in the
toad being tho Bleooers, whioh be proposes to
construe: of flattened oj linders of sheet iron,
dosed at one end, and whioh, when once pl-.cod
In position, a e to be well rammed with Banu
or earth, and then closed also at the ot ber
.nd. Little or no b .Hast 1B required, and the
rails are scorn ed to the sleepers by clip-pieces,
one riveted on and the other made to turn like
-A Washington correspondent or the Cin?
cinnati Gazette says that the opinion is gain?
ing ground there" that the President has been
"underated." Whereupon the New York Times
observes that "it is by no means so fashionable
as it was a vear ago to denounce him as ntterly
imoompetent and powerless. We think it not
at all unlikely that this nrstake has been
made. President Johnson's Messages and other
State papers will compare favorably, m point of
ability, foroe and effectiveness with those of
any President we have ever haand the
steady d?termination with whioh he has ad?
hered to his orig i eal polioy is beginning to
have an effect even upen those who dissent
most widely from it."
-Mrs. Francis Ann Semble has consented
to gjve a course of dramatio readings from
Shakspeare'e plays, in Philadelphia and other
principal cities, commencing in Washington
on the first of March. These entertainments,
as heretofore given by Mrs. Kembla, are of the
most intellectual as well as interesting charac?
ter, she being one of the most accomplished
elocutionists and scholarly students of Shaks
pe-r? now living. Besides thia, there are
m ic. of the younger generation that will glad?
ly ??brace the opportunity of attending them
for the sake of seeing the great dramatio ar?
tiste whom they have hoard so much of as the
once popular idol, "Fanny Semble."
-It appears that people down East are still
djggiog for boned treasure, th* latest phase of
that manir, having appeared at Hazardviilo,
Conn., whore the digging is directed by a
e."ritual medium. It is 6aid that the informa?
tion about the locality of the treasure came in
a roundabout wa)'. Directions from a medium
in California were given to consult a Boston
medium, ti e latter referred to a Hartford me?
dium, and .he Hartford ono eends the searcher
to Hazard rille. The med ium at the latter
place said "go ahead;" a deposit was mado to
insure tbe owner of the land against damages,
and diggers are working tor threo dollars for
five hours' work. A local 'paper says : "They
hope to reach the serong boxes by Saturday
next. The only encouragement they have now,
beanies tho statements of \he mediums, is that
the ground sounds hollow."
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1868.
The President and Air. Stanton.
The report of Senator HOWARD in the
case of Mr. STANTON is not so much a de?
fence of the suspended Seoretary as a criti?
cism of the conduct of the President in
opposing the will of Congress in the matter
of reconstruction. It is more important in
subjeot han strong in argument; and,
while it nay flatter the pride of Mr. STAN?
TON, it is not likely to secure to him a new
lease of that power which he used with so
Senator HOWABD says that Congress in?
tended td prevent suoh a removal os that of
Mr. STAHTON, and that the President should
have been notified that there was cause for
suspension. This will be admitted; but
Mr. JOHNSON must be guided by the laws
of Congress, and not by its intentions, and,
that he cid satisfy himself that there was
good rei .son for the removal of the Secreta
ry-at-Wur, his message to the Senate is a
sufficient proof. Nor eau Mr. HOWARD
sustain his position that the President has
recognised the constitutionality of the Ten?
ure of Office act by suspending Mr. STANTON
under its provisions. No act of the Presi?
dent caa make constitutional what is in
itself unconstitutional ; no official act can
make that legal which is in itself illegal ; as
well mijjht it be Baid that the President, in
assiguit g General CANBT to the command
of this military district, acknowledged the
binding foroe and constitutionality of the
The report then analyzes the President's
tnessago to Congress ia relation to Mr.
STANTON, and asserts that it has been the
aim of Mr. JOHNSON to thwart and hinder
the sue cess of reconstruction. This being
asserted to be tnecaue, although it cannot
be sho'fn that the President has in any in?
stance failed to enforoe any act of Congress
whatsoever, Senator HOWABD applauds the
refusal of Mr. STANTON to resign, and com?
plimenta warmly his "eminent talents, his
I patriotism, his vigilance, his untiring devo?
tion." It is then denied that Mr. STANTON
was at one time in accord with the Prcsi
dential polioy, and objections is made to Mr
JOHNSON'S claim that he is responsible foi
the oonduot of the Executive Department
The N iw Orleans riot is dragged in and
discussed at length, and the report concludes
with a resolution that the Senat? An n
oonour in the suspension of Mr. STANTON.
Waei the report of the oommitlee
adopted by the Senate the tug of war will
come ; and then it will be seen whether Mr.
JOHNSCN will allow Mr. STANTON to return
to his old office, or whether he will sum
marily dismiss him, in defiance of what
Congress may threaten or wish to do. The
course of General GRANT will be carefully
watched by both Democrat and Radical
and, w'iether he dismisses himself or de
olines to give up possession to Mr. STANTON
he will probably be compelled to commit
himself definitely as an opponent or a sup
porter of the policy of Congress.
But interest in the late Secretary of War
is gradually growing less. There is no de?
mand tbat he be reinstated; there is no
shoutir g against Mr. JOHNSON ; there is no
import int expression of opinion either one
way ur the other exoept within the walls of
the capitol. Praotioal reconstruction and
the management of the debt are the ques
tiona which press upon the national mind,
and w illst eubjeots of so muoh gravity are
foroed upon public attention a Mr. STANTON
oannot expect to enjoy even tho barren
honors ot politioal martyrdom.
Dur ng th?? past year there has been but
little progress towards the standard prices
of before the war. Flour, wheat, cotton,
hay, iron, leather, turpentine, resin, crude
oils, and wools aro lower than they were in
1866; but corn, molasses, butter, cheese,
salt, and sugar are higher than they were
twelve mouths ago. The staple products of |
the South have steadily deolined in price,
and fcod aud supplies have showed a dispo?
sition to continue to advance. For the pur?
pose cf showing the change in the value of ]
leading articles of produce, we present the
following comparisons, giving wholesale
quotations at New York on the 81st Decem?
ber of the last four years.
to 1884. 1865. 1866. 1887.
Wheat Flour,bbl... 10 45 8 90 11 35 9 55
Who.t, Gen., buah. -j 55 .... 8 12
Rye, hash. 1 78 98 1 28 1 80
Oats, titian. 1 09 62 Cl 84
Cum, bush. 1 87 95 1 12 1 41
Cot to J. A,iudTgTJp
land'i, lb. 1 19 52 35 X6
Bay, IX)Iba. 1 60 80 1 28 1 20
Hen.p, lb. 18% 12 12 10J<
Iron, llcotch, ton.. 63 00 61 60 47 00 86 Oo
Iron, 1 jigiah, ton..200 00 120 00 115 00 85 00
Iron, .i .inencan, ton 59 00 61 00 49 00 39 00
Lead, Foreign, lb.. 15 8% 6% e>?
Leather, H. S. t, lb. 38 36 31 26K
Leather, O. 8.1, lb. 60 31 37 38
il ob a ?es, N. 0.,gil. 1 40 1 20 80 86
Alu las es, C C, Ra .. 65 37 48 39
Crude I urn., bbl. 8 25 6 60 3 76
Spit itt Turp., gal.. 2 10 1 01 66 61
Com. -rosin, bot.... 23 00 6 60 6 00 3 00
Oils, Crude, gal. 1 48 t 67 1 20 70
Oils, trude, gal_ 2 12 2 47 2 63 2 15
I inaecd, gal. 1 60 1 44 1 80 1 03
Petroleum, gal. 61 40 18 16%
Lard, Weetorn, lt.. 24 19%; 13 12%
Buitei, Western, lb 45 36 32 46
Chees, i, lb. 24 18%; 17 16
Bait, X.. O. sack. 2 45 2 60 2 00 2 00
Salt, L. A. sack- 4 76 4 60 3 76 3 90??
bllgar, Cuba, fi}.... 29 lia,' 10 n%
Sugar, io. 18% 18% 16 16%
Tailor, ft. 17% 13% 11% 10%
Wool, lb. 96 7Q 60 48
With the exceptions named there is a re?
duction of about ten per cent., but were it
possiole to compare the prioes of manufac?
tured goods it would be found that in them
the decline has been far more considerable.
This is due to the fact that too great a pro?
portion of the labor and capital of the coun?
try it engaged in manufactures, and to the
small demand for ordinary descriptions of
manufactured goods. The want of adequate
profits upon manufacturing, however, may
be relied upon to rectify this uneven dis?
tribution at no distant day.
Those who anticipate an early return to
normal value9 will, it is feared, be disap?
pointed. The obstacles to cheapness arc
too radical to be readily overcome. Our
population has been reduced by the war,
and our productive enorgy is held incheokby
a thousand uncertainties growing out of the
political, financial and industrial derange?
ments of the times, which interfere! with
the calculations of capitalists, lessen the
probability of profit and support prices at
iheir present oppressive height. If in five
years we have the same prices that were
current in 1800 we may consider ourselves
The English farmer is generally consid?
ered to be the staunch friend of conserva?
tism, and the sturdy enemy of all new fan?
gled ideas about High Church, Low Church
or Broad Church,-extension of the suffrage,
the vote by ballot, or the separation ol
Church and State. This has been true
enough, but now the facts are changed.
The farmer, whatever his political faith, is
never so conservative that he will not make
use of the ingenious improvements of the
age; and, although slow enough in learning
io love BRIGHT, MILL, or GLADSTONE, he is
sufficiently quick in appreciating the ad?
vantages of improved ploughs, patent reap?
ers, and the other mechanical appliances ol
the present system of farming. But John
Bull the farmer was, and is, an independent
man. He had rather see his grain rot in
the stacks than sell it at less than he thought
it was worth, he never gave up his inalien?
able right of grumbling and growling, he
was the last who would have been expected
to uuite in any such levelling schemes as
those of oo operation.
But the thing has actually been done !
The co-operative system in England has
presented a new phase, and a society called
the agricultural and horticultural associa?
tion has been established. The liability ol
the members-is limited to Xl per share, and
the members are to be supplied with the
best description of implements, manures,
cattle, food and seeds at trade prices, with?
out the intervention of the agent's profit.
In addition to this, it is arranged that the
whole of the net profits of the association
shall be divided amongst the members.
Mr. THOMAS HUGHES, M. P., the author
of "Tom Brown's School Days," has shown
much practical interest in the co-operative
movement. It waa he who presided at the
meeting at which the agricultural associa?
tion was founded, and he loses no opportu?
nity of pointing out. how advantageous it'
would be to the community at large if they
adopted the principle of co-operation in
every branch of business to which it was
The amount of capital invested in co?
operative societies in England is ?1,040,310,
the amount lent on deposit ?118,023, the
aggregate profit last year ?372,317, and
the average return to the individual stock?
holder thirty-six-per cent. Thooo fiornppH
are strung arguments, and they have carried
the day with many of the farmers and agri?
culturists. Belief and confidence in co?
operation are spreading rapidly and steadily,
and every new society that is formed is an
addition to the wealth of the people by en?
abling them to make a "co-operative shil?
ling" produce as muoh of food and olothing
as can be bought for an independent "anti
co-operative shilling and three pence." The
man who can buy at his co-operative store
for one dollar what is sold in other stores
at one dollar and a quarter, can live in com?
fort while the ordinary spender will starve.
Wages are small and profits have been
great; and the surest way of turning every
farthing to the best possible account is by
supporting, sustaining and encouraging the
system of co-operation.
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justify that act by alleging that so ne of our Branch
unices have oeen guilty of a similar offeuce in pur?
loining from then: Hook. Wo understand a circular
is bein,' privately exhibited by Mcsarj. Bradatrects'
agents, which contain affidavits to this effect; but its
ctrcu.a iou is so gua: ded that, notwithstanding every
effort ou our part, we have been unablo >o o J tum u
copy. We havo con cud cd, therefore, to offer the
above reward to the party who orst delivers to us
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we muy meet an attack at once so unmanly and s..
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J. DOUuHi Y-SiREET No. ll. House wellfln
iuued, containing eigat rooms, duublo piazzas to the
west, large lot and requisite outbuildings, io an ap?
proved tenant rent iow, Apply to
WILBUR A- SON,
Corner State and cnalmors streets.
January 10 2
rno KENT,THAT FINE BRICK DWEL
X LING, No. 34 CH AL M E tx S* -T ! .EE i, opposite
u.e elly Park, with six square rooms, pantry anu
dreasmg room, hue cia torn, pump dud outbuildings.
Apply to H. MclNNEa.
TO RENT, THAI BEAUTIFUL REal
DENuE, No. 60 Cannon street, containing fuur
square rooms, dressing room and pantry, with uoubie
piazza; gas rix tur es throughout; stable, hay mit, car
na;(e Louse and smoko house, tul complete. Also,
one two-story UOUaE lu tho yard, containing lour
square rooms. Possession given on the let Decem?
ber. Apply on tho PREMISES.
November 27 wfm
TO RENT, TWO LARGE, COJUFOUT.
ABLE ROOMS, with pantry, .nd piazza attach?
ed, also use of kitchen room. Terms moderuto to i
suitable tenant. Ad?rese "B," at this ofiloe.
January 9 3
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT-THE
THREE STORY BRICK UOUaE, No. 33 Ha.-ol
atreet, newly painted, both within und without, and
newly and nneJy furnished throughout, wi J bu rout?
ed for the next year ut a reasonable rent to a satisfac?
tory party. Apply to E. BATES, NO. 124 Moetiug
screet, 12 January 8
FUR RENT, PART OF A DELIGHT?
FULLY SITUATED MANSION, in tho south
western portion ol tho city, cuusistiug of a suite oi
three or four spacious rooms ou tho lirst floor, with
nuchea and servante' apartments. Terms mode
cute. Aodreas "A," Daily Newe office,
pst ano ?"buno.
LOST, ON WEDJ. SDAY AFT li oo\.
8th instant, a BAG, containing $95 in gold and
?.2J in greenbacks. Any information left at this
uni JO will be thsjkiul.y received by u poor lady.
January 10 S
LOST, ON THE 2?TH ULT,, A LIVER
COLORED POINI ER SLUT, for tho recovery
ul which a linera] reward wUl be paid. Address X,
offlou of thc Daily Nows.
January 3_ 12*
LOST, ON THE CARS BETWEEN
King.-ville and this city, a RED i;US.?IA LEA
1HER Pu ul MU SN Alli, containing (26 tn money
and a tree ticket on the road in the uamo ol Miss
Hoffman. Any oas finding the sume will bo suitably
rewarded by leaving it at THIS OFFICE.
THE COPARTNKRSU1P EXISTING IN THI8
aty under the firm of BENSEN is CO. was dis?
solved on the 4th instant, by mutual consent
January 6_mwf3 A. VON DOHLEN.
BLIN Oi RKBOUL,
CABINET MAKERS, UPHOLSTERERS. CARV?
ERS, TURNERS AND FRESCO PAINTERS?,
No. 60 MARKET-STREET.
Mr. Ii. BLIN haring associated himself with Mr.
A. REBOUL, bi gs leave to announce to his friends
and patrons that thoy aro prepared to execute any
work in tho above hue, viz: UPHOLSTERING,
CABI.NET MARING, und DECORATIVE WORE ot
any description, done at short notice.
Mr. REBOUL being a Fresco Decorator, is prepar?
ed to decorate Walls, Ceilings, A"c. Designs ot Fresco
Work furnished. i'mw 2mos December 27
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST?
ING unde ? ibo name aud style of CAULFIELD
? FORD, hi tho publication of a Wockly Newspaper,
known aa the G AZEIT c, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The senior, Mr. CAULFIELD, is
alone uuthjrized to uso the name of thc firm in
liquidation. IL CAULFIELD.
P. J. FGRD.
IN RETIRING FROM THE OLD BUSINESS, I
would rcepectiully recommend Mr. M CAUL
llELD as a gentleman worthy of the confidence
of my friends, and would solicit tor him a continu?
ance of that patronage so liberally best iwed upon
the old firm. p. j. FORD.
January 8 3
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
THE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING IN THIS
. CITY, under tho firm of BONAFONT tv. SALAS,
ia this day dissolved by mutual conseut Tho nume
of thc firm will be used only in Rquidation by oithi r
partner or Mr. R. SALAS, Attome .
December 31st, 1807. F. P. SALAS.
January l 10
EAGLE FIltE ENGINE C JUPA V Y.
A SPECIAL MEtllNG OF YOUR COMPANY
^i. will be held at your Hall on This (Friday)
Fvemny, lOih iesiant, at 7 o'clock precisely. Hono?
rary members are respectfully invited to attend, os
business uf importance will bc brought forward.
By order. A. MARION COHEN,
January ll)_1_beere!ary E. F. E. C.
A \ .\ UAL MELTING OF IHK STU UK.
HuLDERb OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY ANO OF THU SOUTHWEST?
ERN RAILROAD BANK.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS of tho above iin?tutions will bo
held i J the City ol Charleston on tie 2d Tuesday in
February next, the 11th day ol' ttu.t month. Place
oi meeting, Hall of thu Southwestern Railroad Bank,
m Broad-street. Hour of convening, ll o'clock,
On the day following, Wednesday, tho 12th, there
wUi be an election held at'the same place, between
the hours or 0 A. M. and 3 P. M., tor htteen Direc?
tors ot the Railroad Company, ai d thirteen Direc?
tora tor the bank.
A Committee to verify proxies w ll attend.
Stockholdere w?l be paaaed ai usual over tho
Road, to and from tho meeting, tree of charge, in
accordance with the resolution of the convention ol
1H?4. J. IL EMERY,
January 3 ftnf3 Secretary.
FUR SALK, VALUABLE! BUILDING
LOT on Rutledge Avenue, weet side. For
tonne apply to .'?. L. BARRE,
January 1 wfm6 No. lil tust Ray.
TTVLATS FOR SALE.-ON E ?VB W CYPRESS
Jj SIDE FLAT, SO feet long ?ind 12 feet wide.
Also, another LARGE FLAT, lor sale low. Apply
atJ. C. H. CLAUSa'EN';?._ January 9
FOR SALE, ONE 25-HO ?SE POW EU
PORTABLE ENGINE AND HOLLER, with baw
<uid Grist Mid attached, ah Lu gooc'l order, by
E. L. BARRE,
January 4_12_lio. 141 East Bay.
J7.UR SALE. A VALUABLE FARM UF
' 151 acres, on the South Carolina Railroad, 12
mllee from Charleston. It is suitable for a cattle or
dalry farm. It la in the vicinity cf the bod or phos?
phate lime recently discovered on tho Ashley River,
and would be valuable to thut bus.ne<s as a bummer
r. sort for those who superintend it. And being im?
mediately on the raLroad, would prove convenient
going to and from Charleston.
Apply to PERRYCLEAR k HALSEY,
West end Mon (KUM treet,
December 21 imo Charleston, S. C.
TU PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A large amount of TYPS! and JOB MATERIAL
tor salo, lu lots to suit purchase) s. Terms reason?
able, and catb. Also, a flue HAND PRE -b, price $250; '
on Adams' Power Prese, price $1600; and a card
Press, price $100. Apply to F. G. DnFONTAl: E,
Columbia, b. C. . December 7
SEA ISLAND ANO UPLAND COTTON
AND RICE PLANTATIONS, FARMS and CITY
PROPERTY of aU kinds for SALE and LEAbE by
CLIFFORD lc MATUEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 66 Broad street,
November 9 9mos
BUA RD.-Gu OD BOARD AND PLEAS.
ANT Booms, in a respectable family, can tie ob?
tained by applying at No. 7 VANUEttflOBi'T
aTREET._2? January 10
BOARD CAN BE OBTAI NED AT REA?
SONABLE RATES by applying at No. 72
HdbEL-bTREET._6? January 6
EE AI O V A li-BOARDING.-?IRS. A.
TRACY having removed bor Boarding Estab?
lishment from No. 59 Church-street to No. 79 ERO AD
STREET, is now prepaicd to ruriish Boord to a Um*
i ted number of Ladies and Gen tl amen. Teran mod?
erate. December 14
EU RAIAN I MVEKS1TY.
GREENVILLE, 3. C.
THE SPRING Ta RM OF THIS INSTITUTION
will open the 16th of February, and close the
3uth of Juno.
Collegiate Courses-$25 to $6? (our.) 1 , -a-ace
Preparatory Courses-?20 io $32 (cur.)J ln Mnuco
Boarding in private fum?le*, poi' month-$15 to $18
For Circular, address
JNO. F. L ANN EAU,
January 8 21 becretary Faculty.
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL I
ANsON-ST., NEARLY OPPOSITE LAURENS-ST.
rntLE HOURS FOR THE EX?BCIbEH IN ARITH
J_ HE TIC, WRITING, HEADING, GERMAN and
ElSGLlSd GKAMMAR ure iron; 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
lerms-$2 per month in u?vuuce.
i>wo*?-iiL'epinfc; vluwgod <nu^,
December 2. tl. H. BERGMANN.
FE AI ALE COLLEGE.
THE FALL TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
bpartanburg, B. C., wiR o JOJ October 3d, 1867.
The President, Rev. A. W. Cl MMINGS, D. D., w?l
be aided by competent, experienced teachers in
Board tor half year.$70.00
Contingent Eoe. 2.00
Music and all the Ornamental Branches very low.
Those wishing to patronise the School will please
address tho President. ;tu August 9
KING'S AI OU.VI'A IX MILITARY SCHOOL,'
YORKVTLLE, S. 0.
THE FIRST SESSION OF 1868 WILL BEGIN
ON the first of February, imd ond on the first uf
TEEMS-For School expense.', 1. e.,Tuition, Books,
Stationery, &c, Boarding, Ligtts, Fuel and Washing,
$110 m specie, or the oouivalent, per session, paya?
ble in advance.
Circular containing full information may be seen
at thia ufflce, or procured frere
Colonel A. COWARD,
Surviving Principal and Proprietor.
December 18 wfml8
REV. DR. MYERS,
Corner Coming and Bpi! Streets.
/J1HE COURSE OF SIUDIEil PURSUED AT THE
above named Institution embraces such branch?e
as arc calculated to impart a sound and completo
education, by means of which pupils aro fitted for
either a college or buslneaa caner.
Terms moderate, and every attention bestowed
towards promoting the odvanci mont of those attend?
ing the Aoademy.
For further particulars, apply at THE INSTITU?
TION. mwi6 December 30
/TUTE UNDERSIGNED BEG:* TO ANNOUNCE TO
JL hie patrons uuJ the trade generally that he h.is
removeJ his stock of hoots, Shoes and Trunks from
No. 141 MEElINli-STBLi.T lo that spacious Ware?
house NO. 29 HAlNE-STHEET (Mgn of the big
Boot), whore ho will bo happy to greet his customers
as usual. EDVARD DALY, Agent.
FACTORS, GENERAL COMMISSION AND
NO. 1 BOYCE* fi WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
W. W. SH AOKEU'OBD. WM. AIXIK HELLT
July 12 t
ULIS cv CHI HOLM,
FACTORS, COM1TISSICN MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT ito Foreign ani Domestic Ports) cf
COTTON, BI CE. LUMBER A\'D NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CEARLESTON, S. C.
E. (VILLIS.A. U.UH?S?LU
M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS,
No. 33 BROAD STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &C, BOUGHT AND
SOLO ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
?S-Auctton of HORSES, FURNITURE, 4c, every
Wednesday. October 19
yyiLLlAM H. GILLLLAND di SON,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS
OFFICE No. 33 fl AYNE-STREET,
- . Jlmnsfments.
. W ALT) OF THE FINDS
LADIES' MUTUAL AID ASS0CIAT1OV,
MONDAT, JANUARYTS, 1868.
THE EARLY DISCOVERIES OE AMEBICA.
TICKETS ONE DOLLAH.
To be had at tho Hotels, Bookstores, of the Comnit
tee of Arrangements, or of the Treasurer, Mr. E.
LAEITT'E, NO. 20 Broad-street
Gen. JAS. CONNER.
CHAS. A. DESAUSSURE,
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE,
Captain F. W. DAWSON,
CHAS. P. FBAZEB.
?S- The Street Cars -will be in attendance.
COPIES OF PAINTINGS
JUST RECEIVED BY DIRECT IMPORTATION
FBOM GERMANY, AND NOW ON EXHI?
BITION AND FOB SALE AT
SIEGL1NG & ISSERTEL'S
So. ?43 KING, TWO DOORS BELOW
BE AUFAIAf. STREET.
A LARGE COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHIC
COPIES of the MOST CELEBRATED PAINTINGS
of the Dresden Gallery and the Louvre at Paris, hy
VAN DYE, REIN,
BATTONI, O ARLO DOLOE,
and ot lera.
These pictures are of the most exquisite finish,
and offered as single copies or in sets, also in A' bum
collections of 13, 80 or 66 selected pictures, elegant?
ly bound, and suitable for the centre table of the
The abo .*e being something entirely new and rep?
resenting tho most popular of the celebrated works,
would add much to the ornament of the parlor or
A part of the above collection will be dlspoied oi
EVERY CHANCE RECEIVING A PRIZE. THE
List is now open at the Ga lory.
SIE?iLI.VG df IS8ERTEL, Artlat.%
No. 343 King-street, below Beau! lin.
J^CSSELL'S BOOK STUBB,
No. 285 KING-STREET.
WEEKLY LIST OF NEW WORKS AND NEW
BISHOP GREGG'S OLD CHEfiAWS. A History
of the old C la ero ws, containing an account of the
Aburiglnea of the Pee Dee, tba first White Settle?
ments, their subsequent progress, civil changi*. the
acrujjgle ot the Revolution, Ac, extending from
about 1730 to ism, with notices of famille i and
sketches of individuals. By Bight Rov. Alexander
Gregg, D. D., Bishop of Texas. 1 vol., 8vo. M.
DANTE-the Divine Comedy of Dante ABijhieri.
Translated by Henry Wordsworth Longtelliw. 3
vols., imperial 8vo. S15.
THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF GOD
DURING THE PERIOD OF REVELATION. By Rsv
Charles Colcock Jones, D. D.
ON BOTH SLUES OF THE SEA-A Story of the
Commonwealth and the Restoration. A sequel to
the Draytons and the Davennnts. By the author ol
the Schonberg-Cotta Family. 1 voL $176.
ORIGIN, RISE AND PttOGRESS OF MOI .MON?
ISM. Biography of its Founder and Histor ? of its
Church. Personal Bemembrances and. Historical
Collections hitherto Unwritten. By Pomeroy Tucker,
Palmyra, N. Y., with some repellant Pictures and
Portraits, which are quite good enough for their
LANGUAGE AND THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE
Twelve Lectures on the principles of Lin ?um ic Sci?
ence. By William Dwight Whitney, Professor of
Sanscrit, and Instructor in Modern Languigee in
y. aie College. 1 vol. ?360.
STUDIES IN ENGLISH ; or Glimpses of th ; inner
Ula of our Language. By M. Scheie de Vere, LL.D.,
Proiessor of Modern Language in the University of
Virginia. 1 vol. S2 60.
b'i'ElNMITZ-SUNSHINE AND SHOWERS; Their
Influe-ces throughout Creation ; u Coin pend um of
Popular Meteorology. By Andrew ?teuimitz. 1 vol.
PALGBAVE-ESSAYS ON ART. By Francis Tur?
ner Palgrave. 1 voL $1 76.
CALIFORNIA; The Romance of the Age, or the
Discovery of Gold in California. By Edward S. Dun?
bar. 1 vol. SI VG.
M EC HI-H JW TO FARM PROFITABLY; or the
Sayings aud doings of Mr. Alderman Meehi, irtth Il?
lustrations. 1 voL $2 60.
SMILES-THE HUGUENOTS, their Settlements,
Churches and industries in England and Ireland.
By samuel smiles, author of belt-Help. 1 vol. 21 76.
LEASING'S NATHAN THE WloE TransUted by
Miss Ellen Frotliingham. SI 76.
SELEC1IONS FROM THE EALEVALA, tbs great
Finnish Epic. Translated by the late Prof. John A.
Porter, of Yaio College. $160.
GOETHE'S FAUST. Translated by John Anster,
LL.D. SI 25.
UNDINE, SINTRAM, AS I AUG A'S KNIGHT, TWO
CAPTAINS. By De La Motte Fouque. 1 vol. SI 26.
DU. WILMER'S LOVE; A Novel. By Margaret
LOVE IN LETTERS; a Curious and Fase maun?
CORBY O'LANUS; Condo Epistles, with Illustra?
tions. SI 60.
WOMAN'S STRATEGY; a capital new English
Novel SI 60.
A BOOK ABOUT LAWYERS; the celebrated En?
glish work. ?J.
MA UREY'S CRYPTIC MASONRY; a Ma anal of
the Council. By A. G. Mackey, M. D. 1 voj. S2.
MACREY'S MASONIC lalUaLIST. By A. G.
Mackey. M. D. Fully Llustrated, Vimo., cloth, gilt,
$1 %t\ tucks, gilt cayes, $1 60.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN CHARGE
of the above well known Hotel, respeotf?ly in?
forms his friends and tho travelling public that it
has been REFURNISHED IN ALL OF ITS D EPART?
MENTS. The table will at all times be lupplied
With THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS, includ?
ing every delicacy in season, while the cul ino will
be unexceptionable. The Bath Booms attwhed to
the Hotel aro supplied with the celebrated Artesian
Water, and HOT, COLD OR SHOWER BATHS can
be obtained at any time. Tho 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 tho United States. Th J patron?
age of the travelling public is respectf idly JoUdted.
I. P. HOBBAOH, A ;ent,
january 6 _2mo Proprietor.
PEOPBIETOB OF THE
OREEN VILLE, 8. C.
T. JAMBS HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY...OJ Spottswood Hotel, Rbhmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
?I Hue ll
-^y I L L I A M IRVIN,
PEOPBIETOB OF THE
8PARTANBURO, S. C.
December 3 1
r SALT AFLOAT.
SEVENTEEN HUNDRED (1700) SACKS LIVER?
POOL 8aLX, Just received per EJeUeetad, for
sale by _* E. T. WALKtB.
January 3 _Boyce b Co.'e WLarf.
BAIE ROPE, BAGGING AND
F>R SALE IN LOTS;TO SUIT PUECBA8EH8,
by the Manure tarer' - ? A LK CLUCU8,
No. 57 Pine street, New. York.
September 31 ?mo
jp M v L~HTA ?^"
No. 145 EAST BAY,
MANUFACTUREES' AGENT FOB TTTK SALE OF
ALL GRADES OF
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
A large assortment always on hand_whole, jilt
and quarter boxes, at prices varying from 80 cents to
$135 per pound. 8roo)dng Tooacco m barrels of 100
pounds each, from 30 cents to 40e. par pound. Genu?
ino Durham Smoking Tobacco, 60 cents per pound.
Orders solicited Terms cash,
January 6_*5_mwf ly'r
npHE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS DAY E8TAB
X UBHKD himself at No. 118 East Bay-street, aa
Agent for tho Charleston branch of the Havana Segar
Factory "La Valentina," and he will, aa auch, devote
himself exclusively to the manufacturing and un.
porting ol the moat celebrated branda of HAVANA
S GABS and the hneet Havana Leaf (wrappers and
fillers) and SMOKING TOBACCO, the stock of which
will constantly consist of :
PAPuB C1GABE1TE8, "LA HOUBADEZ"
Millar Com?n J. P.
Millar Com un, Rio 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 a Y. Zepeda
Conchas sup'r, La Valentina
Conchas flor. Jenny Lind
Londres Y. Zepeda
Londres superior, Ia Valentina
Londres primera, E. Upmann
Londres flor, H. Upmann
Londres superior, de Partagas y Ca.
Londres flor, de Partagas y Ca.
Londres superior, H. de Cabanas y Carbajal
Londres flor, H. de Cabanas y Carbajal
Ere vitas flor, H. Upmann
Media Regalia, Y. Zepeda
Media Begada, La Valentina
Brevas flor, H. Upmann
Brevas flor, E. Cabanas y Carbajal
Brevas, La Espanola
BritaUca Cilindrados, La Espanola
Regalltas flor, H. Upmann .
Regalia Brit?nica, La Valentina
Regalia brit?nica, H. de Cabanas y Carbajal
Cazadores de Calidad, H. Upmann
Havana Leaf Tobacco.
DOMESTIC SEGA RS of all kinda
Smoking Tobacco of all kinds
Chewing Tobe,.-co of aU 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 the South, East or
West. EAMON SALAS, Agent
N. B. All orders promptly attended ta
January 1 10
TEE SUBSCRIBERS, AGENTS FOB WELL ES?
TABLISHED and reliable Companies, continue to
issue Policies at Standard rates.
WILLIAM & EEBIOT b CO.,
Bankers and Insurance Agent?,
Jan ri ar/ 8 3 No. 54 Broad-street
J71IRB AND MAKINE INSURANCE.
S. Y. TUPPER, AGETT.
IN PLANTERS b MECHANICS' BANK BUILDING,
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus.(1,700,000
SECURITY INSURANCE COMBAN*, NEW YORK
Capital and Surplus..W,600,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW
Capital and Surplus..... ; u,400,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW
Capital and Surplus..$1,000,000
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW
Capita! and Surplus.$760,000
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY, CINCIN?
Security by State law..$3,000,000
CE*RAL CITY INSURANCE COMPANY, SELMA,
WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS' BENEFIT UFE IN?
SURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
ASSETS-NINE MILLION DOLLARS.
Risks taken in the above mum companies, and
losses promptly paid in Charleston, s. c., by
january 1 .8. Y. TUPPER.
AUCTIONEER AND INSURANCE AGENT,
No. 8 BROAD-STREET.
INSURANCE ON EOUSES, STOCKS, FURNI?
TURE, ?ic,, Ac, taken in tirstclasa oOUIHEBN
Insurance Companies. Although the Companies
represented in this Agency do not put out FABU?
LOUS CAPITALS ON P-PEE, they wiU be found
STRONGER in comparison Tu MARKET VALUE
OF TB L LE CAPITAL AND TEE AMOUNT AT BISE,
than the lorn eat capital represented in the City of
Charleston. J. L. HONOUR,
INSURANCE AGENT, No. 8 Broad-street.
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFICE No. 59 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
December 33 Imo
H. KELLERS ?fe CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET.
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
j$yPBESCBIPTION3 POT UP WITH CABE.^$
Q_REAT DISCOVERY I
EVERY MAN HIS OWN ARTIST I
A SCIENTIFIC WONDER !
An instrument by which any person can take cor?
rect Likenesses or Photographs. This instrument,
with mn instructions, sent by n.all for one doUar.
Address c- B' AMES b CO.,
Nd. 181 Broadway, New York.
"?71 IJ. BARRE.
BEAL ESTATE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BBO
No. 141 East Bay.
January 1 . 31110
rp HE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
WILL BE ISSUED BY SIX O'O ijOCK EVERY
MORNING to subscribers in any ponton cjtnecity.
at EIGHTEEN CENTS A
Orders left at the Periodical StoreatrfMr. C. C. RIGH?
TER, Nos. 161 and S3?>*S?S5Hsil?REET
Offlce of the DALLY NEWS. No. 18 EAYNE-BTBEET.
will receive prompt attention^ aELVKBgTEIN(
December 3 Agent tot City DeUvwy,