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THE DAILY HEWS.
RIORDAN, DAWSON 4 CO.
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SkVOWt ha variably m ad rai ce. No paper sent
^Umi^i?iW?imBCimg?l?m the order, or for a long
. er ttmt than paid for.
,?; Tex Danw Nxws will b t Barred to subscriben ha
"Ike city at 1? cents per week.
-* AiTBarmatnn-Kirai Insertion, 15 cents a line ;
fSsjbseqnent lnaextions, io cents s hoe. Buahae-a
?lfjjfc 90 cento a Une. Marriage and Funeral No
Ucea, On* Dollar eacb.
if E wa a V M MAM T.
-Cotton io New York yesterday was droop*
tog at toe oioee of business. Middling? 28|.
-SaJee 1800 bales, .
-Gold was excited and touched 42J, but
'-' -The opening of thu Galt House, Louisrille,
on the night of the 13th, was a grand affair.
-The Erie Railroad sell through tickets by
?be Union Pocono Rvlroad, from Nsw York to
-San Francisco, for $197 35.
-General Q. A. Gilhnorehas been ordered
to proceed to Georgia to superintend the re?
pelling of Fort Pulaski.
-It is stated in a New York paper that Fred
Douglass is to be appointed aa postmaster in
Western New York. In Kew York and Boston
no difference will be made on account of race
ia rsTsnue MtMaaiataBa,
-Thursday next has been set apart by the
ladles of the Hebrew Memorial Association of
Blohmond for paying their tribute to those
Who are buried ra rho section under their
Charge at tbe Jewish Came tory.
^-Tne Virginia crop prospects are reported
good. The wh?at, which is the largest on
reeotel, ia said to be Sae from ope end Of the
Valloy to the other,: and the anUoipated yield
er-ormons. Tobacco is flourishing. '.?sr:
' -?t is boldly asserted in several journals
that the coal companies of Pennsylvania insti
gatsd the e'rike *'liich bas lately taken place
among th? coal rainers of that SUte for the
purpose of raising the price ol coal.
-All the sovereigns of Europe bave now
ton Whored macey to. Ute monument .that ?B to
. bo erected at Trieste in honor of the Emperor
' -Maximilian. The Sultan sent-ono thousand
jaflBl and the King of Italy two1 thousand.
-Mr. 0. A. Osborne, o? Cairo, has Invented
a Wring to be attached to the feet, by means
of whioh a person is relieved of the labor of
-walking to a great extent. Bs claims his in?
vention will enable aman to walk ten miles per
hool with ease.
.'. -The proprietor of a New York illustrated
paper has returned from Europe with $26,000
worth of outs, gathered from foreign offices,
where they have been used and laid aside.
These will do to string along through his pa-,
per for two or three years or moro.
^the'. Japanese bave an annual feast of
kites. They go out upon the hills and fly kites
oXall conceivable Bises, shapes and colors.
Hundreds of kites may be seen at one time
sailing and dancing in the air. The fun con
lists of ths flyers outti-.j down each other's
Utes. y ' /:Vl '
-AnoIber blunder ia reported to have been
made by the administration. G?n?ral Sher
Tpa?'s order assizing eeveral army officers to
duty aa Indian superintendents, is chu med to
bV?oatvtky to an old Hw, to the effect that ar
my officers shall not be allowed to cb-burw the
publlo'moDey in' civil cap aoities.
-A lbw York paper sa ya a maa half white
ind half black hal. arrived in that, city from
Arkansas. One entire aide of h's body is al?
most black as ebony, while the other side ls of
the pore Caucasian hue. Ibers ia no hum
bug about tbs man. He seems very Intelligent,
and is desirouaef avoiding pubho observation.
.'-.mtm Portland (Ms.) Advertiser wat a few
-dat?" ainw?nutevi on paper made of a kind of
1.never before used in the manufacture
' aquaiica.ot water rice. It:
.great abundance m many placea in
iweal, and the.Advertiser predicta a
geest l-jduction in the price af paper in the nee
-Lcrd Paimej*ston was always very particu?
lar tc write notnipg rashly.. He wrote at a
staariftg desi and -kept hm inkstand at tbe
isslaa ' au 2 af thc room, ao that be had the time
occupye>d in crossing the room twice to reflect
upon wrist he 'intenled to sav. His own excuse
for this habit was that be obtained necessary
exercise by it;
-The Pennsylvania Legislature has passed
.sn act ?ntpeslng a penalty of -$25 for the killing
?of any insect!verona bird, one-half, ot the fine
P*r? to the informer. The birds that are
altatod under th9 head of insectivorous birds
are robins, martins, swallows, blue-birds, wood
peckers, Ac-in fact, all the various small
Ji^rdag'?nerally peen in that latitude.
-The Navy Department has advertised for
.aiajo the .fpiiowing iron-clada, in pursuance of
tine reducttoo policy of the go vern meat : Phil?
adelphia navy y ard-Cohoes, Koka, Nausett,
^qncook, Warsaw, Yazob and Casco.. Wash?
ington navy yard-Chima Portsmouth navy
yard-Muscoota. Brooklyn navy yard-Huron
and Te quot. Norfolk navy yard-Winnspec.
. -Hie. Boston Journal of Chemistry says :
"No varie!y of wine is more dangerous than
what is called claret. It is usually a vile mix
lure. Thousands of gallons are- made by allow?
ing water to soak through shavings, and add
.ing thereto a certain proportion ot logwood
and tartaric acid, and a little alcohol. Good
Judges can hardly discriminate between this
mixture and the genuine article."
-A dispatch from Baltimore says : "Those
in thc secret are very confident that quite a
large-sized steamer ia now in our waters, with
arms and ammuuition aboard, and soon will
be ready to sail fox Cuba, with about three
hundred patriot rear lits, who have been secret?
ly recruited here. Matters appertaining there
to are kept v.-ry quiet and sect et. The expe?
dition may set sail at any hour."
-The coach drivers of New York have agreed
to a general str-ke on Wednesday next, pro
vidsd tharr demands for an increase of wages
are refused. They are at present receiving
from $1 50 to tl 75 per day. The wages to be
demanded are 18 per day, which they consider
reasonable enough, inasmuch as they are
obliged to work twelve io fifteen hours out of
the twenty-four. There are about one thous?
and coach drivers in New York.
-From time to time, the Eng iah Press dis?
cuss the feasibility of employing in their for?
eign wars the more warlike elements among
the two hundred millions of their Etat Indian
Empire. The Sikhs and Ghoorkas have proved
especially serviceable as soldiers in India itself,
and bans always displayed the most unflinch
ia? loyalty to tao English crown. Army
offieei? are now orgias; tao employment of a
force ot Sikhs and Gbooikas ia the chronic
wars ot the colony of New Zealand, as the best
agency for exterminating the natives who
trouble the colonists. The Gboorka is an ex?
traordinary specimen of Oriental humanity.
He is a native of Nepaul-a mountaineer, boro
in dense forests, who climbs and springs like
s oat, ?nd has the organism and muscular
tensity of a tiger. He is the smallest
of mortals, bat is among the strongest. He is
accustomed (rom boyhood to firearms, iuferior
thoagh they be, and in manhood ho uses a
crooked knife with such dexterity that with it
he cute off a live buffalo'* head with one stroke.
With th??same weapon, wherever he halts for
the Dight in the bosh, ho caa make with greeu
twigs a hat impervious to ordinary rain in less
than sixty minutes. Hence, in following an
enemy he can dispense with a tent. He re?
quires oo expensive commissariat, baker's and
butcher's establishment. He cooks fdr him?
self. Two pounds of floor, half ? pound of
split peas, two ounces of batter, or ? quarter
of a pound of matton suet, a little salt, and a
few condiments, satisfy bis wants, and be asks
very little pay for the pleas ure of fight in?.
Bat would he stand the climate cf other
WEDNESDAY MOBNING, MAY 19, 1869.
Parties In the State.
In this State, the difference between
"Democrat" and "Radical" is not that of
political opinion, bat the difference between
intelligence and Ignorance, probity and
vice. The question here is not whether a
particular political prinoiple shall prevail,
hut whether the public affairs Bb.all be ad?
ministered by upright and capable men, or
be handed over to the tender keeping of
dusky freedmen and impecunious white ad?
venturers. These distinctions should al?
ways be borne in mind, it being the aim of
the shrewder South Carolina Radicals to
convinoe their fellow Republicans through?
out the United StateB that they are de?
nounced because they are Republicans,
and for that reason alona? .
Thanks to the inertness of the white vo?
tera, the Badioals bar? fall control of the
3overnment of the State. The few white
men who, carpet bag la- hand, came South
in quest of fortune, moulded the negroes
uj they pleased. Altar a little while, th?
negro element demanded a share of the
public plunder, and now for many month?
lt has been a. race betwheen white and
black over th? Union course for the sukes
of place and pence. The Badioals, in a
publio cap ao i ty, have done, np one thing to
prove that they had even honesty of pur?
pose; nor have theyr in any ?tray given evi?
dence of a desire to protect the interests
and de ve] ope tb? wealth of the State. Their
sole objeot has been to make money-no
matter how. The negroes at large have re?
ceived no benefit whatever. A few spright?
ly mulattoes and Northern negroes have
monopolizod the share which was awarded
to the odored man and brother, and ninety
nine ont-hundredlhs of the freedmen"arc
left to win their bread in the fields of corn
an?Tcot?on. The masa of the freedmen have
derived no more advantage from Badioal
rule than hu teen en j oye d by the mau of
the white people of the State.
Had the Badinais been temperate in their
exercise of power, had they been deoent in
their nae af authority, they might have won
over some respectable South Carolinians to
their aide. This they had not the wisdom
to do, and to-day the responsible oitizens
of the State stand as a unit against them.
Admitting that there are two, three, or half
a dosen Northern Republicans who have
talent and reaped ability, how oan these
hope to control for long the ^00,000 _fVeed
men in "the Stale, not to speak of the 800,000
white men who will, at all times and tinder
all wqnytanoe% oppoae them, ? i These few
No r ?ii ora men have gained from - the' State
itself no political strength. Native born
South Carolinians have', indeed, sold them?
selves for a price, as they had the unques
tioMbta right te do. They are still, how?
ever, as rare as a genuine sea serpent or the ;
Australian dodo. And what have Che faith?
less few accomplished for themselves ?
They know best how many dollars they
have been paid for their body and soul; but
tho wholu- StaleOtaowg' (Sat Ihey ' are? sus?
pected and distrusted by the very men who
perverted them, and must steep themselves
to the eyes in muok and mire if they would
poss es* any power with the party. They
have not given, nor do they give, any nerv?
ing force to Radicalism, whioh, in this State
has no other stay than the Northern adven?
turers who are its head and front. In
Georgia, and North Carolina, and Virginia
thara may-be respectable native-born Rad?
icals; but in this State if there is or caa be
a respectable renegade, we do not know it.
There are but two parties in South Caro?
lina. The one made- up of the white peo?
ple and the most trustworthy colored
men. The other composed of the illiterate
negroes, ftXwnedupon by' the native rene?
gades and led by the nose by the Yankee
political speculator. We say that the end
cannot be doubtful or long in coming. lu
the Radical party thcro is no lasting
Strength, no enduring vitality, lt is a
house built on sand, and already, as its
leaders admit, the resistless waves of an
outraged public opinion are sapping ita very
Bearing these facts in mind, what we
most desire to impress upon publio atten?
tion is that Democracy in South Carolina,
in all local questions, means but one thing
eternal opposition to the fraud, ignorance
and corruption of the Radioil party. And
it must be that Radicalism, if left to itself,
will fall, and fall quickly. As its position
becomes desperate, so will its leaders exert
every influence to attract to its ranks that
quasi-respectability without whioh it can?
not hold together. Every temptation and
every bribe will be offered those whom it is
desired to win over to Radicalism. Here
and there the ripe fruit may fall from the
bough; but let it be remembered that every
mau who now joins the Badioal party of the
State, or gives it his support, is helping to
rivet the chains around the necks of his
fellow citizens, and is doing his part in per?
petuating the vilest and most disgusting
tyranny with which any people has been
Tlie South Carolina Medical Association.
We are glad to see that steps have been
taken by the medical men of the State for
the reorganization of the South Carolina
Medical Association, a society which is nec?
essary for the advancement of the profes?
sion, as well as for the proper protection of
The South CarolinaMedioal Association was
instituted in 18-18, in pursuance of a c ill made
apon the profession by the Medical Society of
South Carolina, the oldest society of medi?
cal men in the State. It went into opera?
tion at once and was carried on with euc
cess, meeting annually, until the breaking
out of the war, when the meetings were
discontinued. Daring the period of its
active working it accomplished much good.
The various members of the profession,
had frequently the opportunity of free
consultation and conference. Measures
were instituted with a view to sustain
and elevate the tone and dignity of the pro?
fession, to encourage and improve medical
education, to protect the public from impo?
sition, to develope science, and to bring
prominently forward the medical and botan?
ical resources af the State. All the South?
ern States but South Carolina have, since
the war, reorganised their medioal associa?
tions, and were represented in the Ameri?
can Medioal Association whioh held reoently
its annual convention in New Orleans. It
was very desirable that the association of
this State should be reorganized at oaoe,
and at the request of var i ons county societies,
the South Carolina Medical Sooiety nae
issued a oall to the profession generally t o j
assemble in Charleston on the 20th inst, to
revive the South Carolina Medical Associa?
tion. A large number of favorable an?
swers to the oall have already been received,
and there is every reason to expect a full
and enthusiastic meeting.
It will be the object of the association tc
give frequent, united and emphatic expres?
sion to the views and aims of the medioal
profession of the State; it wiUr it is hoped,
make more envoient the existing means cf,
cultivating medioal knowledge; it will en?
deavor to promote the usefulness and mai Dr
tain the honor of our medioal men; it w iii
strive to enlighten and direct public opin?
ion as to the duties, responsibilities and re?
quirements of medioal men; it will encour?
age emulation and friendly intercourse in the
profession. With these purposes in view,
the successful reorgan latioa of the asso?
ciation must be generally desired, and we
hope that the attendance will be both large
and influential from every part of the State.
We understand that arrangements have
been made by the profession te extend a
hearty weloome to all visiting delegates.
Wa PRINT, this morning, a letter from
Mr. David Barrow, which speaks for itself.
We.are. informed that the house in Ans on
street, spoken of by Mr. Barrow, was sold
under foreclosure of mortgage, on February
10th, and was bought by Mr. D. B. Gilli
land ; also, that Mr. Barrow did move away
from the house, and does not now reside
there or anywhere else in thc ward which
he ia supposed to represent. This ia. we
know, a serious question, and one which
demands a thorough investigation. If Mi
Barrow is right let him remain in Council
'If he is wrong, as we believe him to be, let
him be at ones removed.
. Tax CO-OPERATIVE experiment is to be tried
at the Sooth under the auspices of a colored
man named William Craft, formerly a Son them
slave, but who having lived for some years
England, is said to be "a capitalist." The
Manchester Examiner gives the outline of his
plan, which is to be based on English experi?
ence, and is to depend for its success on the
facility of adaptation shown by those for
whose benefit it is tried, Craft proposes to
secure a suitable tract of land, furnish it with
the necessary stock and implements, make ad?
vances to those employed on the estate . when
necessary, and await the result. Craft counts
among his friends and supporters in thia en?
terprise Messrs. Hoghes, Forster and Taylor,
members of Parliament, and tho National
Freedmen's Aid Union of Great Britain and
Ireland as an organization.
v ou UL GUT TO INS LUE IN THE
FOB THE FOLLOWING BEASONS :
lat Because it is a home institution mmiged and
controlled by your own citizens.
2d. Because lt ia the only monied institution of
toe kind mat loans its funds in tho State* from which
they are deriven.
3d. Beisasse lt la purely mutual; all policyholders
share in ita profits or i arning*. Its larne and in?
creasing assets belong exclusively to tbe policy
?OJ. Because its tates are 1 wer than those of most
other companies. And ita divid-nda will be larser.
6th. Ht-cau-se lt invests its fuuds at rates of interest
averaging ten por ccut, weile Eastern comp mies'
rates average lees than seven per tent This makes
the dividends of tho Associ?t ou laruer and tho rate*
pf premium Bmaller. One hundred dollars improved
ktsixpercent for fifty\cain will amount to $l,842ut
The same amount invested at iou percent, will pro?
duce $11.739 09. Difference m livo. ol the t?u per
cent, investment $9,897 08.
6th Because you ought to insur . in a successful in
stitutiou, and the Ula Association or America ls ac
knowlodged by its enemiu? a? well as its triou'la to
bo by far ti o ia mt uucc.-ssfal life insurance ius'.nu
tion of its age In thc United states.
NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPARTMENT IN?
VESTED IN lilia COA1MUMTY.
$100,000 d?po3ited in the Insurance Department
of the .state of Missou~i (according to liw for thf
protection of policy bohlci
H. G. LOPER, Prcs'tit (('ashier People's Nat. Bank).
W. G. Gt BK BS, Vice-Pivsident |W. G. Whilden 4 Co.)
E. E. JENKINS. BJ. V., Medical Examiner.
JOHN H. STEELE (of North. Steel.- 4 Wardell 1
O. UtVINE WAI UER (Walker, Evuns 4 Co -swell.)
u>. W. Alli AB, Drnssist.
H. T, PEAKE. Oeu'l Superintendent 8. C. Hailroa-L
C. F. PAXKNIN, Drugmst.
JAS. E. SPEAK. Jeweller.
D. H. SILCOX, Wholesale acd Retail Furniture.
K.P. CAKTKK, Secretary and Agent,
March 20 lyr No. 40 Broad-street.
AT COST ! AT COSTAT COST !
China, Glass and Crockery at Cost
ON ACCOUNT OF A CHANGE OF RU.<INFg3,
we will seB off our fine Stock of CHINA,
GLASSWARE, Crockery, Fancy Goois, Japanned
Ware and Lamps. 4c 4c, AT COST at retail.
A rare opportunity is now offered to supply vacan?
cies in house and kitchen.
MCDOWELL 4 SON.
Corner of King and Liberty-streets.
The g tore TO RENT. 8 . May 18
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
4GRICCLIURAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDE*'
GEO. E. PINGREE.
No. 140 Meeting-street, charleston.
March 21 gmo
117 ANTED.-A YOUNG MAN, 18 OR 20
T? jars of age, who caa write a^ood hand, aod
IM ? ?IIDK to devote his time to the int -rcs: f bis
employer, can hear of a ntuation bv applying
tnrouga the Postcfflce toB. ll. M., statins hsro.
ideucc. Sa ary 8300. 1 May 10
WA NT KO, Pilli A PLACE ??Jj ASHLEY
ElVtB, a colored man capable ol managing
a tweu'y-tivc horse power engine, saw MM, Atc.
ltelerwes nquired. Apply at No. 141 MEETING
bi BEET. Ul*.i ,\ i as. 8* May 10
WANTED, BY A OEN'lLKMAN AND
bis Wife, f WO UNFURNISHED APART?
MENTS in a genteel pr?vate family, in the lower part
of thc City. Address J. W. P.O., charleston.
?loy 10_ 1*
WA NT KD, A GOOD CIKIK AND WASH
EU for a small fa'iilly; ono without children
preferred. Apply a: once to No. 15 PUT-STREET.
WANTED. A GOOD COOK AND WA?H
EB, to go to Sullivan's IMaud for summer.
Liberal wa es will oe paid. Apply to Dr. GEORGE
S. PEI Z'.'.B, No. 2 Rutledge Avenue.
WANTED, H, V K I : VBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plaia and
ornamental, is executed promptly in the neatest
style and at the lowest New Xork prices, at I HH
.NEWS Job Om e. No. 113 hA> r BAT. Call and ex
amme the si ale of prices before giviog your orders
ANTED, A COLO lt ED WOMAN, OP
good character, to do the Cooking, i'ouse
work, and part of the Washing, for a family of three.
Aj ply at No. 23 LEGAEE-bTREET.
Allli Xii HOY DESIRE!? A SITUA?
TION as Nursery Governess. No objection to
leaving tue city or sta.e. Unexceptionable refer?
ences niven and required. Address A. B , Key Box
No. 33, Charleston Poe tomeo._May 16
WANTED, ls CBS?. UlllKUS POR. ALL.
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 1G1 King-street.
WANTED-AG KN TS -TO SELL THE
AMERICAN KM il INO MACHINE. Price
125. The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma?
chine ever invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches per
minute. Liberal inducements to Agents. Address
AMERICAN KNITTING M ACHIN't COMPANY.
Boston. Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED, FIRST-?b\>S TRAVEL?
LING SALESMEN In everv State. Good
?ages or a liberal per cent, and steady employment.
Address, with stamp, B. F. HOWE, No. 639 Arch
stree', Philadelphia, Pa. 3 ru os April 3
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY
CHARLES C. RiGHTER'8 8elbct Library of Ney
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21_No. 161 KING-STREET.
WANTED. AGENTS POR THH AMERI?
CAN FAHMERS' HORSE BOOK, In both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert stewart, V. t>., of Miss.
Ihe wort covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment of horses and mu .es,
both in sickness and health. It has won Its way to
popular favor, and is to-day the most popular and
bc-t selling Horse Book out. Address C. F. VEN i,
Publisher, Cincinnati, 0. 6mo* March 19
month, everywhere, male and female, to in?
troduce tho GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY SAWING MACHINE. Ihis mi?
chino will stitch, hem, fell, tock, quilt, cord, bind,
braid and embroider in a most sunerior manner.
Pi ice only $18. fully warran'ed for five years. We
will pay SICCO tor any machine that will sew a
stronger, more b-autiml. or n ore elastic seam than
ours. It makes the * Elastic Lock Stitch " Every
second-tltcb can be cut, anti still the cloth cannot
be pulled apart without tearing it. M e pi y agenU
from $75 to ?200 per m jnth and expenses, or a com?
mission (rom which twice, that amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB 4 CO., PITTSBURG, PA. ; 8T.
1.0ri-, MO., or BOSTON. MASS
CAUIION_Do not be imposed upon by other
partiea palming off worthless cast-iron machines,
nuder the same name or otherwise. Ours is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manntictored. 78 Mav 4
TO RENT. TWO FINE LARGE
ROOMS on one floor, with closets and every
necessary requisite; also, furnished rooms foe gen?
tlemen, with buggy house and stable. Apply in
BEAUFAIN-aTREET, opposite Mazyck.
May 17 mwf3*
rlt EN l' IN NEW YORK, FOR THE
Summer, an elegant four-story DWELLING,
in Loxlogton Avenue, fitted np with all mode n im?
provements and furnished throughout in tho blithest
style, tor particulars, apply at No. 17 HAYNE
sTljRKJ. WM. SHEPHERD.
FDR RENT, THAT DESI it ABLE
DWELLING HOOSE AND 8TORE, on the
north side of Tradd-streei, next to corner of Meet?
ing, lately occupied as a Bakery Hstablishment by J.
C. Marshall. To a reliable tenant the premises will
be rented low. Apply to LOUIS McLAlN, No. 48
TO RENT. A COMFORTABLE HOUSK,
at the northeast corner of Bokard and Coming
m reeta. Apply to J. D. KENNED?, No. 124 Church
street_ _May 17
J_^K AL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having bouses to rent, ctn have their Placards, ac,
printed at the lowest rates, and in the newest and
neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OFrlCE,
No. 149 East Bay._
mo RENT, THE HALF OF A HOUSE,
JL and Kitchen apartment-, deJiiihtfully situated
in the Western part of the City, a few doors trom
line of City cars. Terms moderate. Apply at THIS.
OFFICE. 6 May 14
EOll SALK, IN THE VILLAGE OF
Adams' Run, a handsome Two-and-a-half story
RESIDENCE, on brick foundation, modern style,
finely fiuisbed, wita double piazza; well known as
the Ta\ eau Bouse. On the premises a< e si] neces?
sary outbuildings in sood order; and a well ot excel?
lent water. One acre Lot. Locution central and
For terms and iurtber information apply to
J. P. MOODIE.
Real Estate Agent,
Corner Calboun-street and Rut edge Avenue.
May 5 . . w4
FOR SALE.-THE UNDERSIGNKDOP
Ffc* R> for salea one-half interest in the office of
THE ABBEVILLE MANNER, to a cash purchasi r.
The office is well supplied with printing material; has
ample facilities for Job Printing, as well as the pub?
lication ot a weekly newspaper. The paper has a
large list of subscribers, sud enjoys an advertising
patronage socoi d to no other paprr In the State,
lenna made known aud further particu'ars given on
application. W. W. FARROW.
April 26 rowflmo
FU't SALE, A LIGHT U lt A U G H I
NEWCl?D?RBUTLt BOAT, connor fastened;
centre keel; 21 feet Cinches lou.*, und C feet 4 inches
beam, with BiiU, oar.", rudder, anchor-ever} thing
in ord>r. Apply at Egg OFFICE._May 12
^UCTIONEERS, BROKEKS, AND
others wishing "I or Sale" ilacatdi?, Business CarJs,
or othor Job Printius executed with neatness and
dispatch, will conduit their ibtcrcst by leaving tho r
orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No 119 Ea>t
STEAM ENGINES POIS ?ALE CHEAP
if applied tor immediately
(li One li-bone Portable ENGINE
(li One 4-borse Portable Engine.
tl) One S-horse-powcr ENGINE, in good condition
CAMERON, BARKLEY * LO.,
Northeast coru-r Meeting and Cumberland-street*
FO li SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any-ujunty. l'rice 7? cents per hundred.
Ihe ,'hpipest wrnppin . piper that can be used. Ap?
ply ai th. omYe of ?il K ;. W-. March 1
IM* JU*: Jonnd.
STOLE%, A HUHU) ?OHREL HOUSE,
from Mr-..M c. leach's plantation, this morn?
ing (Monday) before day. He has two hind feet
white, white lace walks quick, and parrot toe. A
reward ot Thirty Dollars will bo ptild to ihe
.inderi: delivered lo Rev. A. MIDDLETON, at Mid?
way. 1 arnweil counts, or to JERKY MITCHEL I. at
Mrs. Koa h's plautation. JERKY MITCHELL.
Midway, May 17,18C9 ?* May 18
|)?5S0lnti0n of ?Dparincrsl)i|j.
SHIP heretofore existing as F. W. EGG ER?
RING k CO. is ibis day dissolved by mutin! con
seut. F. W. EGG EB KING.
D. W. HENKEN.
THE UNDERSIGN I-D SOLICITS A CONTIN
UANCE of the patronage so liberally bestowed un
the above Arni, hereat ter to be conducted by him
sell. F. W. EGiiERKING.
M.. y 19 3*"
HT. PETERS, COMMISSION AGENT,
. has removed hi? office from No. 90 Hasel
street, to No. 42 MARKET-STREET, north side, be?
tween Meeting and Church streets.
May 19 wfm6?
I. O. O. F.
SOUTH CAROLINA LODGE NO. L
rpHK REGULAR TV F EELY MEETING OF THIS
J. LODGE will te held Ima EVENIXO, at Eight
By order. T. W. CANNON.
HEBKK WU K \ K VOL. KM' SOCIETY.
rrm, REGULAR MEETING OF THU SOCIETY
.L will he held lms EVENING, (Wednesday; May
19, at Eight o'clock.
A eencral and punctual attendance is requested,
as the arapudmi'uts to thc constitution will be cen
considered and acted on
By ordtrof the President,
Mar 19_Secretary and Treasurer.
ATTENTION, L)?,ltT?CHb SCI I L El ZK N
AN EXTBA MEETING WILL BE HELD AT
Lindstedt'a Hall. TO-NIGHT at Eight o'clock,
tor the purpose of passing t'Uls for payment con
necte<t with the last Festival.
By order ol tuc Pieeiucnt.
C. H. BEBGMANN,
May 19_ Secretary.
ATTENTION! CONTINENTAL. FI UK
COMPANY AND STATE GUARD.
AMEETING WILL BE HELD TO-NIGHT, AT
the us al place, at Eight o'clock. Be punc?
tual. By order G. A. RICH MOD, President.
STATIS MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
rriHE MEETING OF THIS ASSOCIATION WILL
JL be held on me '20th May, TI.DRSDAT, at Eleven
o'clock, at the Hall ol the Boper Hospital, Queen
street. Members ot the Association, Delegates and
all members of the profession are mv ted to attend,
JUriN DOUGLASS, M. D.,
vice-President S. C. Medical Association.
May 19 ' 2
f rn (Ste.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
GREAT ATTRACTION !
No. ?94 KING-STREET,
Corner of Wentworth-street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE LA?
DIES and public generally that be has JUST
OPENED a large and well selected STOCK OF DRY
GOODS, wh en will be Bold at prices which will
dety competition, consisting in part of:
BAREGES AND GRENADINES
At 25 tenta per yard worth 40 cents.
LEN03 AND MOZAMBIQUE*
At 30 cents worth 60 cents to Finest Quat;ty.
A full aad complete stock of CALICOES, Long
cloths. Sheetings, Pillow Casings. Irish Linea/", Ta?
ble Damasks, Towellings, Maper*. Hosiery, Gloves,
Casslmercs, Tweeds, Embroideries, Lacea. White
Goods, Lace Shawls, Parasol*, Cor&te, Hoopstirts,
Fans, Notions, ic.
Terms cash or city acceptance.
NOk ?994 KIN U-STHKKT,
Corner of Wcnthwortb.
May 17 mwflmo
J. R. READ & CO.
No. 263 KIN G.STKEET.
HAVE THIS DAY OPENED AN ASSORTMENT
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
To which they invite the attention of tho Ladles.
BLACK BYZANTINE, 8-lWTDE-A NEW ARTI?
Black Crape Mareiz, 8-t wide
Mack Iron Grenadine, 8-4 wide
Black H er na nm Grenadine, 8-4 wide.
White Crape Maretz, 8-4 wide
White Barrge, 8 4 wide.
TOO ET aaa wrra,
Hcrannis, Banges, Iron Grenadines, Crape Ma?
retz and Tsmi-e Cloths, ha ordinary widths.
J. K. HEAD dc CO.
19 1-2 CENTS.
WE ARE TO-DAY OFFERING A FULL LINE
OF CALICOES, at 12)4 cents per yard.
J. M. HEAD dc CO.
IN VA lt I KT Y,
MOSQUITO PAVILION GAUZE
White Coating Linen
Printed Linen Lawes
New Muslins and Organdies
New Percales1 and Peques
Richardson's Dish Linens
Linen Sheeting, .' >? wide
Pillow Case Un-u
New York Mills Longcloth
Wammutta, Masonvll.e. Lonsdale, and other fa?
vorite branda ol yard wide Bleached Shirt?
Ladle? Summer Under Vesta
Mci's Gauze Merino Under Vests.
J. R. READ dc CO.
LADIES' WHIl E COTTON STOCKINGS
Men'a Half Hose, in best English manufacture.
LADIES LI ?LR THREAD GLOVES
Gentlemen's Lisle Thread Gloves
Children's Lisle ihre d Globes.
COMPRISING IK PAST:
NAINSOOK MUSLINS, MULLS, JACONE1S,
Cambrics. Bishop aiid Victoila Lawns; S.wis.-es-in
plain, striped and checks; 8-4 Freuen Muslins, Or
gaudies, Tarletaua, &e., kc. ,
J. R. READ di CO.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
FULL LINES OF NOVELTIES IN LACE GOODS
and I m br. .id- ric?, aa usual. ,
J. R. RE A JD & CO.,
No. ?03 KING-STUEET.
April 12 mwl3mos
LATE WITH ME-SRS. FORSYTHE, MCOMrti:
CO., his opened at No. 312 KINO-s i REET,
inext to corner .-ocii-tv.) a general a-scrtmeut ot
FiiUEIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. NO?
TIONS, ftc., where he will be pleased to see his
ti iced J ai d all in want ol Dry Goods, at reasonable
pr-ces lor C3>h. H. THOMMJN.
May 18 3* No. 312 King-street.
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNER KING ANDCiLIIOUN STREETS'.
IMMENSE RrDUC iION IN PRICES M\DE IN
order to effect n clearance of special lota ot
Goods on hand and to arrive.
This is an opportunity which should not >e lust
sight of by ready money purchasers.
The following are a few quotations from some
i: RAPE M A lt RT Z at 25 and 30 cen.?, bc-t
FINE ST ILKS OF BA L uo ll AL. S at $1 76
PIQ.L' K o:ilv MO COPts; Marseilles 40 and 50 cents
PAK ?Mli.S, a nic-i- selection, irom 60 couts up
Ht'BU I > KT for Pavilion?, tn.ru $3 75 up
HIV . FHKNCII COKS RT*, trom 90 cen ti
DIV i'Kli LIMO". DOYLI KS, and cher
Linen goods, 10 and 15 per cent, cheaper than auy
.ZOO DOZEN TOWELS from 12 Si to GO cents
LADIK.S' ANO MEN'S UNDERWEAR
at n oderatc prices
4-4 LO.tGCi.OTHS from 12^ cents up
MEN'S FINK PANAMA HATS only U 63
DOMESTIC GOODS, Hosiery, Gloves, well
asssorted and sold at nearly cost price.
Fl HC UGO I r dc BRO'S.,
No. 437 King-strpet, corner of Calhoun.
An exclusive department for Boots, shoes. Hals
and Trunks. Sraos May 3
T W. dc L. G. WELLS di I O.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT8,
NO. 114 WEST FRATT-STREET.
RECEIVE AND SELL ON COMMISSION ALL
kinda ot early
We guarantee bl?hest market prices and prompt
returns for all consignments to oar house. Stencil
Plates furnished free ot charge. 2moa May 3
T N A FIRE C O SI 1' A H Y.
TOE PICNIC OF THIS COMPANY Wat TAKE
Friday Morning, May ?1st,
And a SOIR E will be given at Oie Engine House in
the evening at Nine o'clock.
Cars will leave Ann-street Depot for the Schuetzen
platz at Eiglit o'clock A. M. Bolurning at Six P. M.
Tickets can be procured by the members and for
their friends from either of the
C. C. WIGHTMAN, |0. A. VON DOHLEN,
THOS J. L?ONS. J. T. FOUBES.
J. B. KU h BES, U"BT. J< BDAN,
e. 3 KKE88ELL, W. WEi'B,
F. 0. HEPP, W. C. PRICE,
May 19 2
US HAVE PEACE !"
GRAND NATIONAL PEACE JUBILEE
To be held in the
CITY OF BOSTON
Jane 15, 16, 17, 18 and IB, 1869,
To comm?mor?e the restoration of
PEACE THROUGHOUT THE LAND.
THE COLISEUM IN WHICH THE JUBILEE 18
to be feld wfll afford ample accommodation for
nearly FIFI Y THOUSAND PERSONS, and the ae?
ries of musical entrtalnmenta will include oratorio
performances by the GREATEST CHQBU? ever or?
gan ir eel in any part of the world, made up of Musical
Societies from aU s?chons of the country, and
TWENTY THOUSAND CHILDREN from the public
schools, w ith an Orchestra of ONE THOUSAND IN?
STRUMENTS, comprising many of the principal
Banda and beat Musicians in Ute United States.
Distinguished guests from all sections of the Union,
including National and State Officials, will partici?
pate in the Jubilee; and the citizens of Boston will
be prepared to extend those hospitalities and atten?
tions to visitors from abroad which they hope nay
serve to inaugurate the ralurn of kind and fraternal
feeling among all American citizens, and aid in per?
petuating throughout the world, "Peace on earth,
good will toward men."
The immense- outlay attendant upon thia vast un?
dertaking has been guaranteed with an unexampled
promptness by the citizens of Boston, ensuring for
the Festival and Jubilee ev.ry success which pecuni
ry aid can command.
The following scale ot prices baa been established:
Single admission, with, secured seats, $6 and S3,
according to location.
Single admission without scoured seats, $2.
Season ticket-transferable-admitting three per?
sons to all the entertainments given In the Coliseum
during the teaaon, $100.
lhe sale of seals will commence at the Boston Mu?
sic Hill, MOND ax. May 17tb. Orders for seats, ac?
complie 1 with the money, may be transmitted by
music dealers throughout the country, or by mail or
express directed to A. P. PECK. Ticket Agent,
Boston Music Hall, Boston Maas.
Per order of the Executive Committee.
May 12 wsa HENBYG. PAUKER, Secretary.
Uottres itt flttn?raptci^_
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UN i TED S l'A 1' KS, FOB SOUTH CAROLIN A
MAY TERM. 1869.-IN THE MATTER Ol ISAA'.
F. HERTZ, OF CHABLEsVfO>, S. C, BANK?
RUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS
CHAKGK IN HANK RUP fvV.-Ordered, That a
bearing be had on the TWILTTB DAT or JONE,
1869, at tbe Federal Courthouse in Charleston, s. C. ;
and that all Creditors. 4c, of said Bankrupt appeal
at said time and place, and show cauce, if any they
can, why the prayer of the petitioner should not bc
By order of the Court, the 11th day of May. I860.
. DANIEL HoBLBECK,
clerk of the District Cour- of the U. 8. for a. C.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THU
UNITED STATE?, FOR 80UTH CAROLINA
MAY TERM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF CHOMAS
J. WHITAKER, OF EDGEFIELD COUNTY,
BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR TULL AND FiNAI
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a
h ear. cg be had on the TWELFTH D?T or JUKE.
1869. at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, 8. C.; and
that all Creditors, Atc, of said Bankrupt appear at
said time and place, and show cause, if any they can,
why the prayer of the petitioner should not be
By order of the Court, the 11th day of May,
1869. DANIEL H0RXBBCK,
Clerk of tb? District Court of tho United States foi
South Carolina. w3 May 12
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES F..R SOUTH CAROLINA
MAY TERM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF B.
C. BRYAN, OF KDGEfTELD COUN1Y, HOK
RUPT.-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUf ICY- Ordered, Th it a
hearing bo bad on the TWELFTH Dar or JOKE, 1869.
at Federal Courthouse In Charleston, South Caro?
lina; and that all crediton, tte, of said Rankn.pt
appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any
they can. why the prayer of the petitioner should not
By order of the Court, the ll til day of il av,
1869. DAN I KL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the Untied States for
South Carolina. w8 May 12
ors, Coboffo, &c.
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERS!
IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVAN A CIGARaud LEAK OBACcu,
.all at No. 80 MAHKET-STBEET, whero yon will
find now open tor inspection ibu largest and ruost
to oct stock ol C'gari and Leaf i obacco ever import?
ed to this market, and which wc offer at a price that
will nattery all demands.
Who'esalc and Retail, by
SAYAS & MARINAS,
No. 80 MARR l.T-MHEE l .
January 1 - ws
THE SALT v. A I tit BATHING BOUSE, OFF
Wbitu Poiut Gardcu, is now op.Did, and his
beeil thoroughly repaired in all its various depar -
monta. Thu i-wilea' swimuiiuu' lia.h has been en?
larged and refitted. Ihe-o art- also s-veral private
Laities' Uaih.1 au i Diessiug Ito ms. lhe Gentle
m.-ii's D.-partni nts hue also brou renovated.
Tho ICE CHEAM and SODA Vf, I ER DEPART?
MENT s will bo ko t in thc best style and ni inner.
Everything will be in regular n:der under thc man?
agement. M. Mc.M A.N Mt.. N,
May 10 inwf Propre tor.
To Hotel and Restaurant Kopp?
ers.-th i ba. Glass ?nd Crockery.
Decanters. Table Tumblers, Beer
Glasses, Bar Tumblers, Ac, &c.,
?fcc , at Cost, by McDowell & Son.
HO P POLES WANTED.
APPLY Al 1 HE EOl-T OF BhE-STBEET.
Japanned and Stamped Tin
Ware, offereJ at wholesale only
by William Shepherd, No. 17
Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BR'OKEB, AUCTI0NEEB AND C0MMI?:.
?ALES OF BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE.
CUBITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
NO. 37 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. a
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Es 3.
General JAMES CONNER, T. B. WARING. Esq.
Q3roffrifs nno ^Htscellaneims.
FRESH RICE FLOUR.
IAA/\ BUSHELS BICE FLOUE. FOR SALE
IRJU by W. C. BEE k CO.,
May 19 - 2 Adger'a Wharf.
SALT J SALT! SALT!
i A AM SAPKS LIVERPOOL SALT. IN GOOD
TcUU-U order, now landing per ex bark Helen
Sands. For sale low, from tb wharf, by
May 17 3 KNOBELOCH & SMALL.
BUTT KR. BACON A IN I) FLOUR.
ff) fr TUBS CHOICE I ABLE BDTTEB
?? 10 bhds Choke Western Shoulders
S bhds. O. B sides
50 bbls. Family Flour
lui? bbls >uper Flour
100 bbls. Extra Flour.
For salo by WM. GURNET,
May 17_mtnwfi_r>o. lu2Eaat Bay.
WEST INDIA FRUIT.
JUST A HH1VLD, AND NOW OFFERED FOB
sale, a coolee lot ot PINEAPPLE*. BANANAS,
ORANGES, COCOANUT-?, etc., etc. This Fruit bas
j ast been rece ved from Cardenas by the Brig 8.? P.
Brown. Bargains may be bad at
URS. V. D. KBNPICK'S,
No. 8?, sc^th sida Market-street,
May 17 Near Meeting.
CUBA MOUSSES! CUBA
1 AA BHDS. 1 CHOICE NEW CHOP CUBA
1UU 30 lierre? J CLAYED MOLA SS ZS
15 bbls. New Orleans Molasses. Jost landed from
, schooner Leland For sale by
J. A. ENSLOW k CO.,
May 15- No. lil East Bay.
SMOKED TONGUES, ftc
EXT Kl LA BOB SMOKED TONGUES, CHOICE
PIG SHOULDERS, BBEAKFAST 8TBIP8
Ginger Snaps, Kentucky Creams, and all variety of
Crackers, received this week.
WM. S. COBWTN k CO.
A ~f\ BALER PRIME NORTH RIVER JAY. EX
4rOU steamer Saragossa. 4
800 ban els Family, Extra, Euper and Fine
Flour, ex schooner E. C. Redman. For sale by
May 10 JOBN CAMPS EN k CO.
Iff STORES AND LANDI.\G.
CL ABET, ON DRAUGHT. AT fl 50 PEB GALLON
Loom's Flavoring Extracte, at reduced prices
Hosteler's, Drake/., Hermanes, Curacoa, Tonic and
Monongahela, Bye Bourbon and Cabinet Whiskies,
of all grades and at all prices, bottled and on
Champagne Cider, Pint? and Quarts
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Scuthwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. April 26
KYERSON & BATES,
Champagne Ale Brewery,
H A R L K M, N. Y.
meas CELEBRATED ALE IS BREWED FRESH
A all thru ugh the year, and is guaranteed to keep
sound through the hottest weather, and on that
account is or all Ales the best adapted to the South?
KNOX, DALY, k CO., Agents,
February M Smoa_Charleston, S. O.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BYT
DR. H. BAKU, No. 131 MEETING
RISON'8 TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough syrup
hcheuk's Pulmonic Syrnp
Schenk's Seaweed Tomo
haratoga "A" Water
Cherokee Roinedv and Cure
C hionde ot Lime -
h pears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or ?'Kaiser'' Pius, ?c.. 4c..
CHLORI DE OF LIKE.
FOB fa A LE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BJ
Dr. H. R ALB,
Anrll 3 No. 181 Meelina street.
J?OOK BUYERS WILL FUND IT TO
'I H El It ADVANTAGE TO CONSULT THI8
The List will be Changed at least Once a Week.
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS
ron tau AX
FOG ARTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
MEMOIRS OF BARON BUNSON, by Frances Bar?
oness Bunsen. 2 volumes, $7 60.
MAX MULLER'S CHIPS FROM A GERMAN
WORKSHOP, 2 volumes, $5.
COUNTESS GUICCIOLI'd RECOLLECTIONS OF
LOBD BYRON, $2 50.
BALD IN'a PRE HISTORIC NA 1 IONS, $17?,
CA ITLE PLAGUE, or Contagious Typhus in Hom?
ed Cattle, by Bourguignon, SI 25.
ON SEATS ANDSADuLcS, BITS AND BITTING,
Preventative and Cute of Pei-tiveuess in Horses, by
Fianc? Pwyer nf th? Austrian s-jvi?* SJ,
ANNUAL ScI?NMFlC DISCOVERIES, or Year
Book ot Facts tor 1899. (2.
THEWONDLBSOFOPIIC8, by F. Marion, say.
eu ty bngra vings, $1 60. *
THIN Di. lt AND LIGHTNING, by DeFonrielie,
??'J Illustrations, $1 50.
KICKMOBE's TBAVELS TN THE EAST INDIAN
ARCHIPELAGO, with Maps and Uluttra t ?ons, 16.
EMINENT WOMEN OF 1HE AGE, w th ll Steel
Portraits, 83 60.
MOL I'RN WOMEN AND WHAT IS SAID OF
'THEM, from tho Saturday Review, $2.
THE HHAK>PEAEE IREASUBY OF WISDOM
AND KNOWLEDGE, by Sterns. $2 60.
BAB i LEI I'S FAMILIAR QUOTATIONS, being
an attemnt to trace their source. ?3.
. THE RING AND THE BOOK, Robeit Browning's
new Poem, complete in 2 volumes, $1
PALESTINE, bk'BIA AND AfclA MINOR, by Jacob
R. Kr. ese, M. D.. $2.
CHINA AND THE CB IN Esr., by Ber. J. L. Ne?
vins, Map? ?od Illustrations, ii 75.
LIFE AMUNG THE APACHES, by John C. Cre.
ADVENTURES IN THE APACHE COUNTRY, by
J. Boss Browne. Illus'rated by the author, *2.
ENCVOIOP2EDIA OF FEMALE BIOGRAPHY,
edited by H. G. Adams, $2.
Any of 'he abova Books will b? sent by Mall Post?
paid on rectipt ot pt Ice, by addressing
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No. 900 Kicg-strcot, (in tho Bend,)Charleston, 8. C.
May ll rac_fmwCmos
TkUSSELL'S BOOK VTORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, &c.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
and-oug, with uinety-niue Une steel engrav?
ings, imperial 8vo. HOroc O, 52i>.
TE3>XSOX*S ENID Illistrtted by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, ni au c'vgant binding. S10.
'1 EXNYS,"S'S LOCKSLT DALL, illustrated by Hennesy,
1 octavo, $3.
GHAT'S LLEOT, with seventeen fluelv colored draw?
ings aud a hbolograpbic reproduction cf the
i riu'n il manuscript, vo $ti 2?. V
U'A~SIDE POSIES, original Pot ms ol country life,
ciitcd by Robert Buch man, with forty-seven
illustrations. 410 310
THE BIRD, by Michele!, illustrated by two hundred
and tun exquisite engravings by Giacometti, $6.
('HniST Cf SONO or Huns ot Immanuel, selected
i rom aliases by Philip .-chaff, D. D, bvo, cloth
gili extra, ?G.
Cowvsa'a 'ADLE TALK, and other Poems, beauti
lully illusu.:t<'d by the most em:ucjt English
Artists, 1 rotun.e. 4to, $3.
.TORT WITHOUT A2f END, fiom the German of Ca?
ro vo, large ito. with hf tee u beau.if ol pic?
tures, 111 liuitutioi) of water colon, $7 60.
CHRISTMAS CABUL, by charles Dickens, with thirty
illu>tratiiins. by Eytinge, small 1 ociavo, $5.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, the choicest productions of the
s ottiBh Poets, beautifullv illustrated. 8vo, ti.
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11, u- tra Lion , $8.
LATS or TEX BOLT LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, with sixty-three illustrations, 8vo, ?8.
CHAMBERS' BOOK or DAT? a miscellany of popular
anti quitte-, two larre volumes, royal 8vo, $9.
Ike above arc all in elegant bindings.
January 1 ly r
Jj D W A lt D DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 83 Warren-street.
PERSONAL ATTEN HON GIVEN TO THE PUR?
CHASE of all kinda ot MERCHANDISE Boots,
Shoes. Hats, Ca ? and Trunk?, and Straw Goods a
Consignments of all kinds of Staple Articles and
general Produce solio.ted.
Prompt returns guarauteed. A
Late or Charleston, & 0.
Semi-Weekly Price Currents sent free by post.
January 28 nae Orno?