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MO?TOAY: MORNIN^MAY '6f,'?867.
Wo aro continually receiving communications on
p.olibcal^aa.d other mattera frompextions who do
]not attach tteir-pxoper names to ?ne articles son*;
und vre take this occasion of rcpoat?m? that nothing
can be published in Tux DAILY NEWS without
being indorsed by some responsible individual.
W Post Office Notice.
, . . TOST OFFICE, )
. CHABLESTON, S. 0., May 0,1807. j
'Hereafter, nntilfurthci notice, tho Northeastern
:Mails will close at 1.15 P. M., and arriving at the
Depot at 9.45 A. M. will be roadv Tor dolivory at ll
o'clock. On Sundays tho Post Office will open at
ia.80 P. M. for one hour.
TO? Mails for South Carola, a' Railroad will con?
tinue to close daily at G o'clock A- M., and for tho
Savannah and Charleston Railroad at G A. M. on
Mondays,. Wednesdays and Fridays.
STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
PEBSONAL.-Ex-Gen. M. C. BUTLER arrived in
thia city yesterday afternoon, and ia.a guest at tho
M?ls House. * " 4 ' :
AN opportunity is presented by Mr. HABT to the 1
reading public, of supplying themselves with
BOHN S various libraries, at a very unusually low
figuro, : with many .other '.valuable .works, Mr.
. HAUT : seemsf de teraiin ed to Rive our citizens thc
'opportumty'of"obtaining a library at very low
- 1 DEATH OP AH OLD JOURNALIST.-Th? Mobile Ad- |
ver?ser and Register of the 1st, comes to hand
clothed in mourning, fur tbs death of THADDEUS
SANDFORD, Esq.^ which 'occurred in that city on
the 30th nit. The docoased was at ono timo editor
of the Mobile Register, which position ho filled for
. twenty odd years. He was known throughout the ?
country as a gentleman of superior abilities, and
ot much worth.
HOLDERS of the. seven per cont ?First Mortgage
Second Lien Bonds of tho Charleston and Sayan
nab Railroad Compaujv.wao. ha-vo .not- jot ex?
changed their receipts' for -scripTjertiflcatcs;"" aro
informed that tho office will bo removed from
Broad street to the company's new offices, foot
of Mill street, early this week; it. will, therofcre,
save inconvenience to all concerned if they will
ti vail themselves of the present opportunity.
FOOD FOB. THE ?NEHBS.-It affords us satisfaction
to mention that tte schooner 'JV.* TT. Snutti, Capt.
.TooKEB, arrived at this port on. Saturday, with
-9000 bushels of corn an i other supplies sent herc
by the benevolent among our Northern fellow-citi
. zens, to aid the poor in their present needy con?
dition.. Thc schooner .JV. W. Smith is consigned
to our fellow-citizen, Mr. -WK. ROACH, who will do
'all in bis power to forward these, timely contribu?
tions,' which will be thankfully receivod and duly
appreciated by many who are in want. ..
? OBDINATION SEBVTOES.- ?shop DAVIS hold an
ordination Berrica at St. Luke's Church, on Friday .
? last, in which' the Rev: Mr. F.T.T.TBOM CAPEES and
the Rev. Mr. WITLISAMS- wore ordained - Deacons.
A large number of the Episcopal Clergy' were pres?
ent'and took part in tho exercises. The sermon
was delivered hythe RoV. P. F. STEVENS. Mr.
CAPEES will take charge - of Christ Church at
Greenville, where he has been preaching for some
months, and Mr. "Wrr.i.iAmn will proceed to Athens,
Ga., as he belongs to that diocese. -"'.'
TJLAVEX,. NOBTHWARD.-Although pur . weather
here remains of delightful temperature,, we notice
" that'rmuiy persons h?v? commencod their move
. ment Northward, which, is borne;'greatly facilitated
by the extremely low price of passage which our
numerous steamers to New York aro charging.
On Saturday last, the fine side-wheel steamship
Manhattan, Capt. WOODHULL, of Messrs. STBEET
BEOS. ifc Co.'s New Tork lino, had ovor one hun?
dred cabin passengers, remindingus vory forcibly
af the great patronage enjoyed hy the1 'old line of
New York side-wheel ships before the war.
COBONOE'3 INQUEST_On Saturday morning a
boat with three colored men named Lewis Polite,
Nelson Waring, and Wm. Hicks, left Mr. JOHN
THOMPSON'S plantation in St. Andrew's Parish for
/jDharieaton, for the purpbse.-of bringing a load of
old iron to the city. About eight o'clock, when off
East Bay Battery, in consequence of the roughness
of the -waves, the boat was swamped, and two ol
the crew were-drowned; but Hicks suceeeded'in
keeping afloat until picked up by a fishing boat
and was brought to the city. The two bodies were
subsequently recovered, and an inquest hold ovor
them and a verdict rendered that they came to
their death by accidental drowning.
THE NEW YOBS LIFE ISSUE AJJCE COMPANY.
Thia is the oldest and wealthiest company of thc
State of New York-hut one, according to tho of?
icial reporta. We call attention to the fun dam en
tal feature of age, assets and dividends, or return
premium, exhibited in its advertisement, as the
consideration most worthy tho attention of those
seeking an eligible company. It has been in opera
. tion twenty-two years, accumulated over seven mil?
lions of assets, and declared a dividend of fifty per
- cant, to all its policy holders alike for each of tho
past three years. This is more simple and satis?
factory than the practice of some companies to
distribute the surplus in different proportions ac
' cording toihoage of the policies, by which aper
centage dividend cannot be declared, and no mem?
ber can understand bis particular interest in tho
surplus, whether it is rightly or wrongly esti
_ The risks of this company are especially well
selected, and, like those-of others standing near it
in age, comparatively low in proportion to assets,
the most'obvious criterion of sound condition.
In payment of premium it tenders the option of
all cash or credit for such a portion, as approxi?
mates to its probable dividend.
It originated the highly acceptable plan of Life
Roticies not subject to forfeiture, by two annual
premiums, and offers all form of policy, approved
by science and experience.
Its President has held his office for twenty years
past, and the actuary been in its service for the
past seventeen, having therefore tho peculiar emi?
nent advantage of an experience for its officers,
almost tho same as that of thc corporation.
Ito business bas been largest, where knowledge
and familiarity with the principles of Life gov?
erns, as well as the various forms of the system in
different corporations have been greatest, and
practice and experience largest, in the largo com?
mercial cities of the country.
? We therefore recommend an attentive perusal of
(he advertisement. Agent, THOMAS FROST, NO. 56
' THE BAXTEBX.-The early closing of the stores
. on Saturday afternoon was generally observed by
the merchants in che city; and the announcement
.that there would bo music on tho Battery attract?
ed a large crowd to that pleasant promenade.
Many who were closely confined during tho week
hastened to breathe the invigorating sea broeze,
and to join the numbers who had already gathered
at that point. The paviliion had been white
washed, which consider ibly improved its appear?
ance, and when occupied by the Band it soon be?
came the centre of attraction. .The grounds are
still in an unfinished state, but the inequalities
have been all levelled, and tho promenaders do
not have to hbor up the earth mounds as was tho
case last summer. On South Battery walk prepar?
ations hive evidently been made toward furnish?
ing a pavement,- for wide' -curb of masonry has
.. .-been laid, and the piles of oyster shells that are
distributed at differe?t pointa aro ominous signs
of future progress. The change in the location of
. the pavilion has affected the promenaders, and
, East Battery was not patronized to that extent on
Saturday that waa-customary in tho past, but tho
gaily dressed throng either collected around the
.nusic, or slowly passed and repassed on the outer
eide of the railing.
Among those attracted by the music were a
large number of colored persons, but there was no
turbulent disposition manifested on their part, and
we hope that the city will be spared a repetition of
th? disgraceful riots that occurred at this point
last' summer. The Battery has . always been a
public promenade, subject only to. the rest notions
prescribed by law-the penalties of which will
. bo enforced on all alike both white and black.
The new ticket office of the Street Ballway Com?
pany is only partially completed, but will bo an
? ornament'to the grounds; ard in connection with
. the music stand win make tho Ute ting Street en?
trance doubly popular. The general appearance
of the grounds proves that the Committee of Conn
, , eil who J&ve their rennovation ic band have not
negloctod'their duties, and the patronage: already
bestowed upon this spot, will be increased as the
- summer advances. There aro few Southern cities
that poesesa^so magnificent a breathing spot, and
(he ettentfoK IW&i^tipbri it by tho City Fatbors
fin be gratefully appreciated by their constituent?.
.?Wh?'**: V.? ?t*.S *-.>.. - .
PBOY?SIDNS.-Wo leam that twelve- thousand
to-day for this city, consigned to Gon. SCOTT, Com?
missioner of tho Freedmen's' Bureau, which will bo
distributed, as soon as it arri voa, throughout tho
State to those who aro in need. A cargo of pork
will also soon follow. ;
Tire REPOSTED MUBDEB IN EDOEFIELD.-Wo
have taken sonic pains toinqutro from tho proper
authority, and havo also had tho ploasure of see?
ing Gcuoral M. C. BUTLEB? and are glad to say
that the report published in tho Augusta Constitu?
tionalist of tho exception of two United States Bol
diere by a posse cf citizens; In Edgeficld District is
oniirely without foundation,. In times like these
wo think that papors out of L-"< r?tate, ' jpocinlly
Southern papers, ought to' bo very varoful not to
give circulation to such rumors, which are gladly
reproduced by the Northens press, while lite cor?
rection is conveniently overlooked.
THE GAZETTE.-We haver been favored with a
copy of a new wockly papcrpf this name, publish?
ed in this city, Messrs. CAra.FrELr> ct FORD, pro?
prietors. It is an eight pago paper with a four pago
supplement, and prosonts. therefore, a large
amount of reading matter. From (he prospectus
we soo that tho Gazelle is to te an Irish ami
Roman Catholic organ, neutral in politics. The
first number is well filled, and full of promise. It
has "a long and interesting lctter? from. Dublin,
which tells of the Fenian trials now in progress
there ; a letter from Paris, giving on account of the
exposition, stories, poetry, and copious extracts
from Irish papors, giving the latest news in all
parts of that Island. The Gazetteis well printed,
and we sincerely wish it 'success and prosperity.
Charleston in olden times had tho Catholic Miscel?
lany, and wo doubt not its friends, and mar.v be?
sides, will como forward to tho "support of tho
THE HrBEEKicO'S oponed its exhibition on Satur?
day night, at tho Hibernian Hall. Wo were (hore
for a few mtnntes, and saw some eight or ten
scenes, representing Dublin, its Custom House,
Sackville street, Nelson's Pillar, tho Four Courts,
the Castle, Record Tower. Royal Exchange, Trini?
ty Collogo, tho old Parliament House, now the
iSank of Ireland, and St. Patrick's Cathedral. ?
The second section giving the Tom- of Wicklow,
we did not want to seo.
." The scenery, rtsfnr as we can judge, is protty
good, and the demonstrations copiously interlard?
ed with Hibernian anecdotes, told in tho richest,
thickest brogue. A number of Irish ballads are
introduced, sung by Miss MAUT DALTON, Miss T.
M??EVOY, and tho "celebrated Irish comic vocal?
ist." Mr. CHAULES MAOEVOY, all of whom arc good
performers. Our Fenian friends should go by all
means, aa the Professor, who "doos" the exhibi?
tion, exhibits decided Fenian proclivities at every
foot of canvas. Bat this really cannot surprise us.
Wo scarcely know how tho departed glories of i Ire?
land can Lo spoken of in other than tones pf re?
gret, and surely the patriotic son of Erin may bc
pardoned a heartfelt wish that his country may ht
restored to her pristine fame.
Tho exhibition will only remain two days; to
morrow night hoing tho last.
THE ORDXTK OF B'NAI B'BITH-It is now about six
teen years, we believe, since the Independent Orde:
of B'nai B'rith, was established in tito TJhitet
States. Tho name in Hebrew . signi lying, " UK
sons (or childron) of tho covenant." Tho Orde
is ontiroly composed of members of the Mosait
faith, and has met with remarkable success.1 Wi
are indebted to Dr. M. MATER, of New York, (for
morly of this city,) for a copy of tho last Aunua
Report of tho Proceedings of tho Constitutioi
Grand Lodge, from which wc obtained some in
sight into the workings of tho Order. Dr. MAYE:
is tho "Grand Maskir." (Secretary, we presume.
In the course of his report, wo find the followin?
interesting episode :
Before leaving this District (Nb. 1) I canno
forego tho promptings of my hoart to placo o'
record a noble act of true Jewish charity, Haknt
fclh KaUali. performed by Yegar Sahadutha Lodgr
No. 27, of Boston, Mass. In December last tbi
Lo?ge learned that two orphan sisters, thedaugb
tors of a deceased momber. who bad also lost tl?ci
mother, were to be married on tho same day, Jar.
?ary 3L 1866. The Lodge at once ananifnou?l
resolved to appoint a committee of five, with fti
power to buy a complete household outfit for tites
orphans, to" arrango a grand nuptial feast, wit
ball, and to assess the members for all expense!
and with the view to maire the whole festival e>
elusively, as lt were, one of our Order, the Lodg
invited tho undersigned. Dr. 31. Mayer, to b
present and solemnize the marriage ceremony
Tho undersigned, not so much because he felt biri
Bnlf honored oy this invitation, as to testify, li
his presence, Iiis appreciation of tho noble coi
duct of thisLod^e, at once accepted tito invitatio;
and cannot but say, from all ho sow and hoard o
that joyful and solemn occasion, .that the feast rt
douuded to tho great honor of thi? Lodge-it ws
a nuptial feast distinguished by luagniiiceuc
general joy, brotherly geniality and. sociabilit
that made those orphans forgot that, their fatut
and mother wore no moro ; indeed had they bec
children of wealthy parents, they could have, m
with no more genuine sympathy on tho part of tl
brethren and tboir wives and daughters, God ble
them 1 or have had a more magnificent; feast."
In August 1866, the dato of tho last Annual 1
port, there were seventy-eight Lodges in oper
tion, with Bix'thotisaml six hundred and so venty-s
members, possessing over throe hundred thousat
dollars of "rogular" and "branch" funds. Ov
twenty-three thousand dollars had bren expend,
A Lodgo in connection with thia order, has i
contly been organized in this city, under t
name "Dan Lodgo, No. 93 of L O. B. B.," and t
following officers having boen elected -yostcrdti
were duly installed :
Brother JOSEPH BEVY, President.
Brother H. ROSENTHAL, Vico-Preeident.
Brother G. HOFFMAN, Treasurer. ...
? -Brother PHILIP RICH, Secretary.
1 Brothor B. SPBrNZE, Assistant Monitor.
? Brother 3t CROTCH. Inside Guardian. .. '
Brother D. D. BAROCH, Outside Guardian.
- ' Brother A. H. ABRAHAMS, )
Brother J. APPuE, \ Trustees.
Brother 3. FLAUM, )
The following gentlemen are tho Delegates
the District Grand Lodgo, No. 3, t 6. B. B.,
Philadelphia, Penn., who officiated at the abc
named installation :
J. MILLER. Grand Nase Ab. :
A HEINEMAN. Grand Aliph.
B. BUBGAUER, Grand Socretary.
SUNDAY SCHOOL AjrsrvEitSARY.-Tlie Sunday Sch'
connected with the second Presbyterian Chun
celebrated its anniversary on Saturday aftemc
it the Church in Sleeting Streot. This school
sne of v'te oldest in the city, and had for a ' lo
time a larger attendance than any other. 1
war and tho dispersion cf thc congregation na
rally affected the school, and it numbers ai prest
far less than it did, but vigorous- efforts aro bei
made to restore it to its former healthy stat
Hr.. C. N. AVERILL, the Superintendent, and the i
forent teachers had determined to moko the oe
?on both interesting and instructive, for in ad
tion to the religious exercises in tho OUurch
table was spread on thc grass',-and tho schol
invited to partake of tho luxuries with which
was covered; ? ' ?' "' .;- '";?
Three o'clock had been appointed as the h<
for assembling, and on their arrival tho child
were soated in the body of the Church, inn
ii?tely in iront of tho pulpit, tho smaller o!
taking- tlie precedence. The exercises were ope:
by prayer, and several Sabbath School 'hymns w
rang, tho whole school uniting in this portioi
tho ceromonies, their woll-trained voices mai
thc church ring with the sweet songs of Zion.
F. M. ROBERTSON addressed the children u]
their responsibilities, and s poko of thc importa
sf the rising generation, especially in the pres
jrisis. His remarks were vory applicable,
;vore listened to by the childron with marked
The Rev. THOMAS SMYTHE, D. D., the belo
castor of tho church, then addressed tho sch
Eis presence in the pulpit was a sufficient pi
hat ho took a dee;? interest in both teachers i
jnpils, and would use every effort to add to tl
velfare. This discourse was especially adapt?e
;hs occasion, and was. full of ina trac tion. to all j
;ies. . .
After the religious ceremonies were conclu
he scholars adjourned to tho tables, whioh v
jonvoniently arranged in the centro walk ui
he trees. Festoons of evergreens hud been ta
fully arranged around tho table, and tho t
wero connected by garlanes of tho same mate:
The tables wore bountifully supplied with fin
sweetmeats and confectionary,-ana tho pupils
ing arranged on either side, a blessing was
poked by Dr. SMYTHE, and they wore waited r
by the scholars of tho Biblo Glass and
teachers. Tho entertainment provod to bo ai
sufficient, and tho green was soon covored witt
bached groups whose eager voices proved that
wore enjoying tho anniversary. Thc lengthe
shadows at length warned, them of the appr
of night, and?- thc children were dismissed by
teachers to their different homes. ' .' "
This Sabbath School hos on its rolls two
ired pupila, and a regular attendance ot. at :
ono huidred and fifty ovory Sunday. , There
fourteen teachers, who, with tho Suporintcm
Mr. AVEBHA,, bestow their entire attention ;
the duties of the school, and tho interest man:
ed by tho scholars is a sign that thoir ex'er:
have boen repaid. Dr. Sir*THE, in his sermon ye
day morning, reviewed the past history c
Church and thc School, and furnished rnur
miuiaencoa of that period.
C SIAYOK'S COURT, May 4.-A drayninn, who drovo
eo^o:\rr4qajdi^aa..to* knock- down a mgn poet, wan
lilied $2, and directed to ropa r tho injury done.
^fjeinale,'who-iet -1>?V -temp?rget the better of
her Judgment, or liquor thc bettor of her br??!}?,
wo don't know which, was fined for kicking up a
row" in that highly respectable district called
An economical individual, wishing to savo twenty
cents hy not having Ilia cUinmey swept, paid $5
for refusing to lot tho contractor cleanse it lor
A moneyless mun, who had been treated by his
friends until ho sot dnrtik, and wont to bod on tho
pavement, oppressed many thanks to tho corpora?
tion for taking care of him for fivo days.
AcKxow?.EDa?ONT.-Tho raffle of tho pair of
white horses took placo as advertisod, but the for?
tunato and genorous winners returned tho horses
to their former owners, who, wo learn, will raffle
them a second time. As tho object of tho raffle
wag to raiso mono}- for tho support of tho orphans
(miler the charge of tho Sisters of Mercy, tho ac?
tion of thc winning party is deserving of all praiso,
and tho following is the grateful acknowledgement
of the Sisters of tho services rendered by the dif
fei. jit gentlemen connected with tho onterpriso:
"TUB SISTERS ol' ou?t LADY or HEH CY return
their pratoful acknowledgments to Mr. E. DALY,
Mr. ilcCoBMACK, Mr. CANTWELL, Mr. P. MOHAN,
and Mr. MCNANCE, for tho successful termination
of tlio late raffle, tho proceeds of which ($500)
have been received from Mr. E. DALY, to whose
untiring aoal tho Sisters owe much. They would
also return their thanks to the fortunato winner of I
thc horses, who has generously turned thom ofer
to their former owners.
CHARLESTON CUT RAILWAY COMPANY, 1
? CHAKLESTON, S. C., May 3,1867. j
Jlfjor-General Daniel E. Sickles :
UE-SEttAi. : I have tho honor to transmit to you the fol- [
lowing resolution, which has beea passed by the Board (
of Directors of this Company this day : . '
? Ursi'lrrd, That the cars bc thrown open to the public,
and that instructions bo given to the several Conductors
to rceogmVe tho right of all persons to ride therein.
I ara, General, very respectfully,
? ?our obedient servant
i i . : - JNO S. RIGGS, President.
, Official : J. W. CLOUS, Act. Adjt Gen. and A D. C.
HEADQUABTEIIS 2D MrbrrAirr DISTRICT. 1
CHARLESTON, <. C., May 3,1807. f
Dr.Ait Stn- I have' groat pleasure in acknowledging
the re fipt of your communication ot this data, trans?
mitting a resolution ot' thc Board of Directors of tho
Charleston'City Railway Company, by which it is de?
clared that thc cars of tho Company aro open to the pub?
lic, and that the right of all persons to ride therein is
recognized. I trust this action of your Company wiU bo
appreciated in tho right sense. You havo removed an
occasion for collision and disorder. You have adder fur?
ther ? ucl emphatic testimony of the disposition of the
poople of thc South i o accept in good faith the legitimate
consequences ot thc enfranchisement of the colored race.
In tho concession of a common right to share privileges
conferred for tho benefit of oil Citizens, yon havo dis?
charged a plain duty ia a manner most conducive to the
It is more gratifying to see the citizens thcmBolvcs take
the initiative in mensures tending to promote tranquility,
concord and peace, than to find myself constrained to ex?
ercise authority to secure those ends. Hence, I have not
yielded to the impatience of those who desired to prose
this question upon thc attention of thc military authori?
ties, feeling confident that in this, as in other similar
matt TR, a moro satisfactory and permanent solution
would be found in tho voluntary action of those most In?
terested in doing justice to the freed people
I am eir, very respectfully
(Signed) D. E. SICKLES,
Jso. S. RIGGS, Esq., President of the City Railway
Official: J. W. CLOUS. Capt 38 Inf. A. A A. G.
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STATEMENT Ol' THE CONDITION
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY;
On the 1st day of rTaxxiiary, 1867,
Slade to tl_s Comptroller or thc State of South Carolina, in compliance vrlh a Ti
ot ?sid State, passed December ito, 1856.
FTBST-THE NAME OF THIS COMPANY IS THE "PHONIX TNSUBANCE COMP ANT." AND IS LOCATED AT
SECOND-The amount of Capital Stock is.$600,000 00
Turan-Tho amount of Capital Stock paid up is. 000,000 00
Cash on hand and in Bank.?29,637 72
Cash in hand? of Agents and in coursa of transmission.149,368 21
Amount loaned on Mortgage of Real H sta to.168.600 00
Amount loaned on Bank and U. S. Stocks. 12,960 00
Amount loaned on Personal Security. 12,090 00
183,640 00 I
Accumulated inf?rent on Loans. 4.841 92 |
Stocks and Bonds, as follows, viz :
Par Value. Market Value.
76 Shares United States Trust Company's Stock. New York.97,500 $13,125
200 Shares Fourth National Bank Stock, *"ew York. .20.000 22,300
100 Shares Metropolitan attona! Bank Stork, New York.10.000 13,100
100 Shares Manufacturers' and Merchants' National Bank Stock, New York_10.000 11.000
400 Shares Mechanic?' National Bank Stock. New York.10.000 12.000
200 Shares Mer hants' Exchange National Bank Stock. New York.10.000 11.800
100 Shares Merchants'National B?nk Stock. New York. 6.000 5.7R0
!t00 Shares Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank Stock. Hartford.30.000 39.000
200 Shares Citv National B?nk Stork. Hartford.20.000 22.200
200 Scares /Etna National Bank Stock. Hartford.20.000 23 600
200 Shares Phmnix National Brink Stock. Hartford.20,000 27.800
20n Shares Mercantile Notional Bank Stock, Hartford.20.000 20.800
125 Shores State Bank Stock. Hartford.12.600 10,375
60 Shores Hsrtford National Bank Stock, Hartford. 6.000 7.150
50 Shares Conn. Elver Bank Stock. Ha'tford..;. 2.500 3,750
120 Shores American National Bank Stock. Hartford. 6,000 7,260
150 Shares New Britain National Bank Stock. Now Britain.16.000 15,900
150 Shares Citizens National Bank Stock. Waterbury.15.000 1 6,600
200 Shares Waterbury National Bank Stock. Waterbury.10.000 H.500
50 Shores NiiRara District Bank Stock, Canada Wost. 6,000 ,0,*5x
100 Shores Holyoke Water Power Company's Stock.10.000 12.000
10 Hartford City Bonds.10'59?, 1?'222
20 New Britain 7 per cent Water Bonds.-.10,000 11,500
10 Chicano and Northwestern 1st Mortgage Bonds.10.000 8,800
26 Tennessee State Bonds.-*..26.000 18.070
20 Wisconsin-State Bonds.?.....20 000 18,950
25 California State Bonds.25.000 29,250
50 San Francisco Bonds.50.000 57,000
100 Connecticut Stato Bonds.?..100.000 101,000
Ohio 8tate Stock, 1870..'. 25,000 25.000
United States Stock. Sixes of 1881.:... 80,000 88,000
Unitod States Stoc'_ Five-Twenties. 52,000 64,860 .
- 736,190 00
Total Assets.$1,103,467 85
F-ITH-Liabilities to Banks or others, duo or not duo.'....None*.
SIXTH-Comes adjusted and duo.-r.....None.
SEVENTH-Losses either unadjusted, or) .<.$43.160 00
EtOHTH- Adjusted and not due,.J. 6,048 22
NINTH-Losses In Suspense, waiting further proof. 1,000 00
TENTH-All other Claims against the Company-Dividends . unpaid. 399 00
ELEVENTH-Tho greatest amount insured in any one risk is $10.000, except In special cases.
TWELFTH_The amount insured in any ono City, Town or Village, depends upon its size and how built.
THTUTEENTH-Tho amou'it insured In any ono block depends os above.
FOUBTEENTH-Cor rifled Copy of tho Charter of tho Company, os flied in June, 1866.
(Signed) H. KELLOGG, President.
WM. B. CLARK, Secretary.
STATE OF CONNECTICCT, ) HARTFORD, Aran. 22, 1867
COUNTS or HABTOUD, J . ? . . _ _
Personally appeared H. KELLOGG, President, and WM. B. CLARE, Decretory, of tho PHOENIX INSUR- ,
ANCE COMPANY, and severally maka oath that the above statement, by them subscribed, ls true according to their |
best knowledge and belief. Before me,
_ (Signed) THEODORE LYMAN,
f 5 cts. ) , - -
I Stamp ) Justice of the Peace.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, )
COUNTY OF HARTFORD. J . . '
I, CHARLES W. JOHNSON, Assistant Clerk of the Superior Court of Hartford County, do hereby certify
that, ot the request of tho Officers of tho PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford. I have examined the
'Certificates of Stock Rtandintt in the name of said Company, and from sun'i examination, find said Company is pos?
sessed of an actual Capital or :-lx Hundrei Thousand Dollars, invested in Stock of at least par vatuo, all of which is
more clearly sot forth in tho annexed Statement of the Condition of said Company to the Comptroller of the State of
South Carolina.. .. ,
I also certify that THEODORE LYMAN, whose name is appended to tho jurat of tho deposition of ? dd state?
ment, was, on the day of the dato thereof, a Justico of the Peace in and for the County of Hartford, duly authorized
to administer oaths for general purposes. -
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed tho Seal of tho Superior Court of Hartford Coun?
ty; thia 22d day of April, A. D. 1867.
(Signed) CHARLES W. JOHNSON,
WM. B. HERIOT & CO.,
Agents of the Phoenix Insurance Company,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
- - OF THE
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK,
On trie 1st day of Janxiary, A. T>. 1867.
Stade to the Comptroller af the State ox* South.. Carolina, pursuant to tba Statute ?rf
NAME AND LOCATION.
The nome of the Company is the CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, incorporated in 1852, and located
In tho City of New York.
Thc Capital of said Company actually poid up in Cash Is......1600,000 00
The Surplus on tho 1st day of January.-..1,108,1S6 67
Total amount of Capital and Surplus.'.. $1,668,136 67
L Amount of Cash in Bank. $96.577 96; in Omeo. $1637 25;...'.-.:.$98,215 21 '
3. Unencumbered Real Estate owned by the Company.150,000 00
4. Loans on Bonds and Mortgages, being first lien or record oa unencumbered Real Estate,
worth at least $1,300,000, and on which there is less than one year's interest due sod
G. Loons on Stocks and Bonds of Institutions incorporated by the State of New York,' pay?
able on demand (the market value of Securities pledged being $292,000).233,375 00
8. Stocks and Bonds of Institutions incorporated by the t? tate of Now York, owned by the
Company, and of the United States, Wisconsin and Tennessee.695,815 00
9. Interest actually due and unpaid_. 15,297 78
10. Premiums due and unc.llected on Policies Issued. 22,650 25 "
11. Rents. 1,583 33
Total AssetB.... $1,669,136 67 1
Amount of Locses incurred and in process of adjustment.-.'.$44,314 22
Amount of Claims for losses resisted by the Company. 13,600 00
Amount of Dividends on Capital. declared due und unpaid. 322 00
Amount of Dividends on Scrip, declared due and unpaid. 28,331 00
Amount of Dividends on Scrip, ordered, redeemed, due and unpaid. 27,510 00
Total amount of Loans, Claims and LibOitios. $118,977 22
STATE OF NEW YORK, 1
COT AND COUNTY OS- NSW YOEE, j
GEORGE T. HOPE, President, and CYRUS PECK. Secretary, of the CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COM?
PANY, being severally sworn, depose and ea;,-, each tor himself says, that the foregoing is a true, full end correct
statement of the affairs of the said Corporation, and they are the above described officers thereof.
(Signed) GEO. T. HOPE, President.
CYRUS PECK, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 15th day of April, A. D. 1867
(Signod) JOHN S. PATTERSON,
Notary Public, County af New York.
Know ell men by these presents, that the CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of the City of New York,
do hereby authorise WM. B. HBSIOT & CO., Charleston, Agents in tho State of South Carolina for and on behalf of
said Company, to accept and acknowledge service of all process, whether mesne ox final, in any action or proceeding
against said Company in any of the Courts of said State. And i- ls hereby admitted and agreed, that such service of
tho process aforesaid, shall be taken and held to be valid and sufficient in that behalf, the some as if served on sold
Company, according to the laws and practice of said state, or of any other State; and all claims or right of error, by '
rea on of the manner of such service, is hereby expressly waived and relinquished.
Witness our bands and the Seal of the Company, this 15tb day of April, 1867.
(c",) (Signed) GEO. T. HOPE. President.
tbea-J CYRUS PECK, Secretary.
yy WM. B. HERIOT & CO., Agents,
May 6 CW *.H.T.RSXOBT, SO. CA.
ESTABI JSHED1845?--22 YEARS!
ASSETS 0TEB $7,000,000 !
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
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THE POLICY HOLDERS RECEIVE THE ENTIRE PROFITS, AND ARE THUS
INSTJK l?D AT THE ACTUAL COST OB' THE COMPANY, DEDUCTING ONLY EX.
PENSES OS? MAJUACJEMEK^.
ANNUAL DIVIDEND Fi FT Y PER CENT.
"? (FOR THREE YEARS PAST, AND LIKELY TO CONTINUE)
AGE ASSETS a-nd DIVIDEND, or RETURN PREMIUM, (reducing the same to actual ooet.1 sse tba RULING
CONSIDERATIONS in deciding the relative SECURITY and SKILLFUL MANAGEMENT ot l?t lnsuranoe
THOMAS FROST, Agent for Sovitb. Carolina,
Na 56 BRO AD STREET.
JNO. JJ. MAWSON. M. D., t pwatcUna. ^ ^
FRANCIS- L. PARKER, M. D., ( Wy*"*1"1*
April 27 . . , ' 1 mwfimo
CHINA ! CHINA II CHIN A 111
TTTE HATS J?6T RECEIVED FROM FRANCE A FULL ASSOa?MKNT OF FRENCH CHIN A, WHICH WE
Tl rffaatagreatreduou--n on former prices, tojduch woreauesttha inspection of our custonn tr* wai the pub
Rc generally. ' _ ... , . :. . -.. :
DINKER SETS ''???<>; >' 1 PLATES
TEA SETS ' - DISHES, TUREENS
CHAMBER SETS j CUPS AND 8AUCER3, -
?nd say portion of Set furnished separately. For aalo by
WILLIAM G. WHD^M & CO.,
NO. ?55 STREET,
imLDM & BROWN,
NO. ll KAYNE -STREET, OHARI^ESTON- S. C.
-..?kitV..* .? \- ?. .??fr} ? ' Iba?*
Comfortable Residence in King street, near Soutli
BT AX-Orv^G J. VrHX'X'Jtu tic ??S,
U role rr?. Auctioneers, and Real Estate
Wffl bo sold TO-MORROW, the 7th of May, at tho north
of tho Exchance, at 11 o'clock.
That corni ortablc two story WOODEN RESIDENCE,
sil unte on tho east stdc of Klug street, ono door south of
Weems Court, known as No. 28. The House contains
six rooms with an additional building to tho south,
which could be converted into a storo, with kitchen and all
necessary outbuildings on tho premisos. Lot measures
70 by 180. bo tho same more or less.
Conditions-one-half caih : balance payable in one and
two years, secured by bond and mortgage of property
sold, interest payablo soml-aunually. Buildings to be
Insured and policy asoignod. Purchaser to pav A. J. W.
lc Son for nocessary papers and stamps. May 6
RT R. BT. MARSH ALI. fi RHO.,
Brokers. Auctioneers & Hf ixl Estate Accntn
TO-MOBROW, 7th May, at ll o'clock, will be sold, at tho
Exchange, Broad street.
1600 ACRES OF LAND in St. .Tame?', Goose Creek, bo- i
ing near Pigoon Ray, and about 24 milos from Charles?
ton, on State Road.
Conditions-One-third cash ; balance In ono and two
vears, secured by bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay
for papers. May 6
Will be sold, al Public Auction, on the premises, at tho
old Wood Yird on the Pcp Dee River, near Marion, S.
C. at 10 o'clock A.M., WEDNESDAY, tho 8th day of I
A WOODEN BUILDING, formerly tho property of tho
Bc-caRed Confed?ralo States. The bouse is about GO by 60
feet, of one and a half stories, with piazza on two sides,
built of selected cypress lumber.
Terms cash, in Government funds.
In compliance with instructions from the Commis?
sioner of thc Bureau R. F. and A. L.
JAMES P. LOW.
May 1_Bt Lt. CohjmdJV. F. M.
Auctions for Horses, Veliicles and Furniture,
EVERY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at a quarter past
10 o'clock, as originally established by tho subscribers.
Furniture Rales at Private Residences promptly attend?
ed to at low charges.
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad street,
April ll_ 3mo_South Side near Stale.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, at
No. SO King street, below Broad street.
Offers his services for the salo of MERCHANDISE ..
?ay and night at his storo, also for tho salo of Stock.
Bonds, Real Estate, Vessels, Horses and Produce, '-?esl
sity references will be given. Consignments solid cd.
fenns moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
April 22 Imo
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR REDUCED
RATES for TONGUED AND GROOVED LUMBER,
i-4 FLOORING, at $25 per M.
6-4 FLOORING, at $25 per M
. 3-4 LINING, at $25 per M.
7-8 LINING, at $25 per M.
We also have various other sizes of dressed and rough i
LUMBEB. AU of which wid be disposed of at lowest
EBAUGH & MILLONEE,
PLANING MILL AND LUMBER YARD.
HOBLBECK'S WHARF, NEAB N. E. RAILROAD.
May 1 Imo
if YORE STEM EHE IC,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANEES,
IOTPBOVED CAB WHEEL BOXES.
. BOLT CUTTERS,
MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WARERO?M, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December 18 . 6m o
SHIP CHAHPIERY, ETC.
BOAT DETACHING APPARiTDS.
WW.\ 4 LOVE'S PATENT.
APPROVED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVEBN
MEN r and Supervising Inspectors of Steamers, at
the late trial of the different PATENTS in New York har?
bor, with all fixtures complete. Price, $40 cash.
The best and most economical of oil the Patents now
1000 yards 8 oz. COTTON RAVENS for Awnings
and Boat Sails.
7000 yards Druid Mills Cotton Duck, Nos. 1, 2, 3,4, 5,
6 and 7 at New York prices.
300 coils Kentucky Baling Bope for Cotton, Manilla
and Yard Cordage.
. For sale by
Jkjs?l25 lino No. 18 EAS! BAY.
riTHE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE TO DIS
1 PENSE this agreeable and healthful beverage, at
their well-known .stands. No. 86 HASEL STREET, be?
tween King and Mee tiny streets. No. 42SJ5 KINO STREET
(Old Piquet G ard H.'use), and at tho head of CENTER
MARKET, northwest cluer.
Druggists and others wishing to be supplied with
Fountains or Syrups, anA dealers desiring Fountains
charged, "dil be accommodated upon reasonable
Steamers, Hotels, Restaurants and private families,
furnhii<~l with a superior article of bottled Soda, in quan?
tities a suit purchasers.
We are agents for the sale of A J. Morse & Son's justly
celebrated Soda Water Apparatus, consisting of Genera?
tors, Fountains, Marble Draught SuVids, Silver Flated
Refrigerating Draught Stands, Tumbler- Holders, and all
apparatus necessary for the manufacture of ?.oda Water,
at the manufacturers' prices, with freight added.
Dealers In Soda Water throughout the S cito, desiring
an apparatus, will do. .well to examine the merits of
.Morse's Apparatus, before purchasing elescwhere.
Description catalogue and price list sent to any address
upon application to JOHN BUCK & CO., Charleston.
While appreciating the very liberal patronage extended
to us during the past season, we ehail strive to merit its
E. H. GARDNER.
.TOE O ZR, IE _A_ UVE 1
SODA WATER ??
CONFECTIONERY AND CAKES ! !
SITE j iAVK TUE PLEASURE OP AJV
W NOtTNClNG to t ie Ladies and Gentlemen of
Charleston, .'hat wo, the undersigned, have fitted up a
FIRST OLASi> JESTABLISMENT, at the corner of Meet?
ing and Hasel t, .treats, where we wiU guarantee that yo?
will find a super tor quality of ICE CREAM. SODAWA?
TER, CONFECT! ONERT and OASES. Hoping to re-,
cerre a share of the* palzensge of the community, we aro
.BesnectfnUv. JOHN OGREN.
*T ??.)-... W. A. WrrHTNGTON.
OFFICE OF THE CHEF OF POLICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. .C.. May 4.1367. J
rTTHE REGULAR INSPECTION Oi7 THE LOTS AND
I inclosures, vaults, Ac, will commence on Monday
next, 6t Inst Owners and occupants aro hereby req aired
to see that their premises are in good corh.htion and that
aU filth and garbage ls removed ss requited by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections will follow.
By order of Mayor GanxiBP.
a B. SIGWALD.
May* _6__ Chief ef Police.
HOTELS Wjmr YORK.
DE LANEAU HOUSE.
BET WEEN Sth and 6th AVENUES,
IM- - ' HEW YORK. "
FHONTTSO BCSEBVOm PAJ1K.
LARGE AND ELEGANT SUITS OF BOOMS FOR
families desiring accommodations in New York,
transiently or permanently. This is one of the most
airy and delightful locations in the dry. Table d'hote or
private. A. M. I'T.T.KVALETTE.
Mays . ?_Imo
4M AND Uh AVENUE.
PARTIES VISITING NEW YORE, WILL FIND AT
? this new and desirable House, tho most airy and
comfortable accommodations for families locating per?
manently or transiently, at liberal rates. Meals served
a la European or table d'hote. J. A, ROBINSON.
May3. Imo Proprietor.
JOHN IZARD MIDDLETON,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
NO. Y SOUTH STREET,
SAL T I M O B E, Md.
T>ARTTCULAR ATTENTION TO SALE OF COTTON,
1 Bice and Southern Produce, and Purchase of Grain
Guano and Plantation supplies. Liberal advances made
BDXBncxs-Messrs. Lambert Git?ngs ii Co., Balti?
more; Porcher ft Henry, Charlestoni Cohen, Hanckel tz
Cou, Charleston; J. D. Aiken At Co., Charleston; Gour?
din, Mstthtessen ft Co., Savannah; Durant ft Wsplcs, Sa?
vannah; StovaB ft Edmonston, Augusta; Fisher ft Low?
rance, Columbia. 8. C ; Mayes ft Martin, Newberry. S.
C.; James Pagan. Esq., Cheater, 8. C.
February 25 . - mthRmo
%lfHV HAVE THAT MOST DISTRESSING DISEASE
W DYSPEPSIA, when Dr. a G. GARRISO.M wsx
naMacrtni .'? :. j - ?c
^^?^J??Ka->ft-M .? nrystoss.Ho.2U
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
Ho. lia Marting trtrset, opposite Charleston HoteL
.-.-:'A8CDS9. ? S8tto?V
Regular Sale-Dry and Fanny Goods.
BY J. ?fc*W. KNOX.
THIS DAT. nt io o'clock A. M.. et their Auction
Salcerooui. No. 138 Mcctinn street, opposite PaTillon
Hotel, will bo ?old.
PANTS STUFF, Ure?? Goods, Linens end Linen
Goods. Longcloths. Muslins and other Cotton Goods.
Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Fancy Goods, bc,
STR\W GOODS. Wool and FoltHats, &c.
Terms cash. May 6
S'ncb of a Country Store.
BY .TORN O. MTT,VOR ?St CO.
T0-MOBP.OW. 7th inst, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold, at our
Auction Sales Boom. No. 133 Meeting street.
The remaining STOCK OF A COUNTRY STORE,
cossmnra rn PART OP:
1 CheRt TEA, BLACK PEPPER. Ginger. Sods, Clove*
Soap. Blacking. Nutmegs. Ground Pepper and;Spioes
Pickle*. Smoking Tobacco. Tinware
Crockery, consisting of Dishes. Pitchers, Bowls
Men's and Women's Shoes and Boots
Mon's Felt and Wool Hats
Lawes, Ginghams. Organdies. Mozambique
Dress and Veil Rareees. Irish Linen, Linen Drill
Swills. Jaconet anil Mull Muslins
Black Silk and Grenadine Veils, Linen C. Hdkfe.
Ribbons. Trimmings, Gloves
Mcrluo Undershirts and Drawers, Block Silk Ties
flosiery. Men's Linen Sacks. Pants, Silk Vests
Linen Shirts, with a variety of other articles.
Conditions cash. Moy 6
Sale of Choice Muscovado Sugar and Clioice Mus?
covado Mollases-quality emial. to Porto Rico.
BY n. SALAS, Auctioneer.
On THURSDAY, the 9th instant. wiUbe sold, on Accom
irodalion Wharf, at ll o'clock A.M.. alongside the brig
"Delmont Lork.'' ft.un Caibaricn. Cuba,
SI hhds CITO'CF. MUSCOVADO SUGAR
25 hhds Contrifii-jal Succor-equal to N. O. Clarified
50 hhds ) Cholee Muscovado Molasses-equal to
97bhls f Porto Rico
9 bbls Prime Muscovado Molasses
20 boxes Havana Sugar.
Conditions.-AH sums under ?500 cash; over this
amount. 30 days for approved endorsed notes.
Samuel. D. Bumph, et al. vs. William S. Minus,
Adn?r. of John Bell, et al.-Bili for Partition.
By authority of a decretal order in this cause, made by
hii Honor, Chancellor Johnson, at tho last February
Hitting of this Court for Colleton District, I will sell ot
Bldeeville. on the South Carolina Railroad, on THURS?
DAY, the 9th dav of Mav. at 12 o'clock M.
All that PARCEL OR PLECE OF LAND, with BUILD?
INGS thereon, situated in tho District of Colleton. in the
T wn of Eidgeville, containing about three-fourths of an
acre, more or less; bounding north by the South Caro?
lina Railroad ; south by Luke Doherty and John N. Cum?
mings' lots; west by W. V. Layton and "Thomas W.
Start's lots; and east by tho South Carolina Railroad
Conditions.-Cash sufficient to pay cost Of proceed?
ings: the balance on a credit of six months, secured by
bond and security, sud a mortgage of the premises. Pur?
chasers to pay for papers B. STOKES,
May 3_C. E. O. D.
Samuel B. Bumph, et. al. vs. Wm. & Minus, Ad?
ministrator ot John Bell. et. al,
BILL FOB PARTITION.
, By authority of a Decretal order, bx this cause, made by
His Honor Chancellor Johnson, at the lost Februory
sitting of this Court for Colleton District. I wiU sell ot
Bidgeville, on the South Carolina Railroad, ot 12
o'clock. M., on THURSDAY, tho 9th day of May next
ALL THAT PIECE, PARCEL OB LOT OP LAND, with
buildings thereon, situated in the District of Colleton, in
the town of Bidgeville, containing about three-fourths of
on acre, be the same more or less. Bounded to the
northward by the S. G. R. R., south by Luke Doherty
; and John N. Cummings' lots, west by W. Y. Lawton and
Thomas W. Stutts' lois, and east by the S. C. R. B. De?
Conditions-Cash sufficient to pay the costs of the pro?
ceedings, the balance on o credit of six months, secured
by bond and personal security, and a mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to poy for papers.
C. E. C. D.
i Commissioners Office, Colleton District, April 9th 1867.
! April 15_mth.8
James M. Bhell vs. Benjamin Blokes, Adminis?
trator ae bonis non of John Clarice el al.
BLLL FOB FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
[ By authority of a decretal order in this cause, made by
his Honor Chancellor Johnson, at the last February
sitting of this Court, for Colleton District, before the
Court House in Wal ter boro", ou MONDAY, the 6th day
of May next ensuing, at 12 o'clock M..
All that PLANTATION OB TRACT OF LAND situate
in the District of Colleton, containing six hundred and
twenty-eight acres, more or less; bounded to the north?
ward on lands of-Walker, Paul H.. and Charles H.
Fripp ; to the eastward on lands of-Godfrey sad Dr.
Benjamin Rhett; south on lands of the said Dr. Benjamin
Rhett and William C. Heyward, and to tho westward by
lands of said W. C. Heyward and said Poul H. and
Charles E. Fripp.
Conditions-One-third cash; the balance on a credit of
twelvemonths; titles delivered when the credit portion
of purchase money shall have be.-n paid. Purchaser to
pav for papers. B. STOKES. .
- C. E. C D.
Commissioner's Office, Colleton District, April 9.1887.
April 15 mth8
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO,
Brokers and Aoctioncrs, No. 33 Brood street.
At Fri vate Sole
HOUSE AND LOT. No. 9 Atlantic street. The Lot
j measures twenty-five feet front by forty deep, and the
Heuse contains four rooms. 3 Moy 3
AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES
Attended to with promptness and rHspatrh, and at
MODERATE CHARGES, BY
SMITH dc MCGILLIVRAY,
April ll_Auctioneers, No. 27 Broad street
Anatomical Charts, French and
ARE GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE AT HART'S
Bookstore. April 22
GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE!
?TAA MORAL AND RELIGIOUS BOOKS, 10 cents
t)Uu Methodist Hymn Books, 25 cents
Baptist Hymn Books, 25 to 75 cents
SOU Moral and Religious Booka, 25 cents
100 Southern Harmony, 75 cents
Catholic trench and Spanish Prayers, 60 cents
Episcopal Prayers, 50 cents to SL50
100 The Charleston Book, 50 cents
Testaments, in French or English, 5 cents to tl
Pocket Bibles, 50 cents to $1
Webster's Snelling Books, 10 cents, .
Call ot HART'S "BOOK STORE."
The Reports of South Carolina
THE STATUTES AT LARGE,
AT HALF PRICE. AT HART'S
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
?poaiCS. PAP^B. ENVELOPES, BLANKS, BCANK
JL> u< lOks, Pictures, Engravings and Instruments, ot
?j'he subscriber having determined to retire from busi?
ness, presents to the public the opportunity of purchas?
ing BOOKS, STATIONARY and Fancy Goods, st halt
price. Bibles, Prayers, Testaments, in variety and size.
Hymn Books of all denominations. Novels. Travels, Bi?
ographies, History, Theology, Scientific, Agricultural,
Gardening, Cooking and Sporting Wows, Note Poper 91
to S2 SO ream, Letter and Cap Paper, at 82 50 to S3 ream.
Envelopes st il and $2 50 per thousand. Come and
avail yourselves of the present opportunity.
SAML. HART. Su
April 8 Imo_No.' 333 King street.
FRUIT! FRUIT! FRUIT!
JUST ARRIVED BY THE AZELDA b LAURA, FROH
1.300 bunches BANANAS
20 dozen Pineapples
Barrels ot Green Ginger
Barrels of Tamarinds.
AXSO OK BAND TS STOEE:
ORANGES. LEMONS, Potatoes, Raisins and Figs
Assorted Nuts, of all kinds.
For sals at reasonable prices by
BAST b WTETH,
No. 57 Market street, and
May 2_i_No. 25 Market street.
WILLIAM D. GILLUM & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 BAYNE STREET.
r-rvHE UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED A8 PART
I NEBS, and propose to practice in the. STATS
COURTS OF LAW AND EQUITY for the Districts of
Barnwell, Beaufort and Colleton, under the nome and
stylo of "DAVANT."
Office, for the present, at GnXISONVTLLE. South
Carolina. .'. B. J. DAVANT.
November 23 fm_J. C. DAVANT.
LEA & PERRINS'
BY Wu of a letter from s
f l MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
CONNOISSEURS BJ ot Madras, to les
TO'BE TOT OSI.T Jem Brother ot
ig^j? WORCESTER. May,
Good Saure 5??p?,eil;
''Ten LEA A PEE
?ST, APPLICABLI JpSgn?INS thot their SAUCE
ugjgHls highly esteemed in Ir
ro .r===r_-~.|dii,oi*lis,tamy opinion,
_" ^T.-*?-?jthe moot palatable, as
EVERY VARIETY Stf'-'Sf'W os the moot whale
<r^SSSj??m? SAUCE that ia
OF DISH. ^B30^Mok\''
. Tho success of this most delicious and ucrivalle 1 coe .
?Ument having caused many unprinUpled d?viera to
apply tho name to ^mhoai Compound!, the P-jnuo ls
rcspcctfuUy and carnally requested to see that the nome
of Lu. ft Pasaras aro upon the WRAPPER. LABEL,
STOPPER oud BOTTLE. , ?
Manufactured by . . : '
" UEA ? 9BHLBXM.9, wer?<iter.
JOHN BUNCAN*S SONS,
AGENTS FOR THE UNITED S?ATSS.
' October 10 " ftawiyr ;