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X B W3 SUM XA B T.
-Cotton dosed dull in Liverpool. Uplands
Uiallf, Orleans ll|alli; salea 7000 balea.
-In New York cotton closed rather heavy at
281 for middlings; salee 1500 bales.
-Gold closed weak at 37}.
-According to German statistics more than
233 000 emigrants lett Europe in 1868 to find
L .mes in America.
-The Catholics of Germany sent upwards of
? ! 500,000 to the Pope to commemorate his
j i > lee, and the addresses bear 825,000 signa
-A Western farmer advertises a fugacious
?wiio, who, he says, "has left him just as bis
asa rn aaec work ia begin nmg, notwithstanding
* no has had the expense of wintering her."
-An Iowa man telegraphed to s sheriff in
I' i lois directing the arrest of a man who was
? Ming with his wife. He added : "Ha owes
. ia ) one hundred dollars. If he pays,' let bim
/. . ...
-As %a incentive to the inventive gonna of |
A ie country, a New York paser offers to' sub?
scribe $25,000 toward raising a fand of $500,090
to be awarded as a prize to the man ?rho shall
invent a perfect type-setting machine which
Hill rapidly and cheaply do the entire composi?
tion of sprinting office.
-The Highlander costumes for children are
going ont of fashion in London. Of late there
?as been a run upon naval costumes, and it ia
notan unusual thing to meet af* five-year-old
boatswain in the park, whistle and all complete,
u -companied by a nurse, who draws a peram
A a'a tor, into which, the hardy sailor is put
?Tuon he wants to sleep. - . u -
-Tue late Charles O. Bogers, of the Boston
Journal, left a very large satiate, near a million
Aid n q tarter, but mncb of it the result of for?
tunate .cal estate invest men ta. The Journal
- ?' is estimated as worth half * million, of which
ne owned eight-tenths, the other two-toathB
belonging to William A ciappafthd 3. N. Stock
' well, the working editors and managers. \
i. -It w rumored that the Presido at had deter?
mined upon the nomination of suitable colored
?men to responsible positions ia New * York,
Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, and other
Northern cities, in order to offset the appoint?
ment "of negroes io the South, prevent the ap?
pearance of hush and invidious treatment of
Boothera whites, and, also, as a proper conces?
sion to and encouragement of intelligent North?
ern colored men. -
-The Cubans in Washington deny the
authenticity of the information transmitted by I
- Admiral Hoff, indicating the suppression of
^the rebellion. They claim to have authentic
Intelligence of the extension of Ute war, .and
that the leaders are taking e. position where
they csa sncceesfnlly resist the Spaniards. A
defensivo war is said to heve been resolved
upon, at least until after the formation of a
regular Provisional Government, when evi
.rdence-wiH be afforded-General Grant that will
warrant the recognition of the independence of
fha) "stand, or the concession, of belligerent
:-Adiana baa got ashamed or tired of mAn
Tite*te3ing divorces for the reat of the oonntry,
and has changed her law on that subject, lt
is required that persons filing applies ti on s for
divo roe shell have been bone fide, r?sidents of
-tho State for one year preoedmg tho flung of
the application, end for ninety deys bone
.fiji? residents of the county. The lew* also
malnrsi it- e> .felony Tor any person.to make
false represents ti on in procuring a divorce,
prescribes oonfirreiient in the penitentiary
*? a penalty,, aed Apphes the' operation of tho
act to any attorney who shell .lend his assis?
tance in: procuring a divorce through fraudu
-AP. ria letter gives these1 hints to the Iv
~dtaerJlTfae redingote, made of light, striped
v. e?Av.euch for instance as mauve and green, is
worn over s piers mauve silk or plain green
"..itt. ' ?be underskirt ia always flounced, end
rrihs ?angote ie rounded in front, bunchod np
at the ?ides, and in the centre cf' the- beek; it
t te flsaece.i round; the sleeves have a large
?WsrMf the striped materiel, lined with satin
otths shade of the underskirt. The basques
f?nese Trianon, Versailles, or Marly redin
igotoa aria looped often m four placee, and ter
^rffkwUy ruc h ed. One or-these robes, with
a Marly, does away with fifty-seven yards of
-"?"?, i f quite in the newest style of frill, flounce,
ruche and bouillon." ;
jRws/nlstlrrnn are "being prepared by Solici
. tot Smith, of tho Internal Bevon ne Bureau,
rkdng the kind tdd* -a mount of proof repaired
k fromrailroad companies, corpora tiona and in?
dividuals who" have been taxed ss non-resident
aliens undera provision of the Internal Re ve?
nue adv which was repealed March 10, 1866,
- "end wb?now apply to have the amount of tex,
' which wes withheld while the set remained in
, force, refunded. The nature of tho proof re
f quired will be the affidavit of the claimant, at?
tested by an additional affidavit from some
other responsible' party and the certificate of
- the Consular Agent nearest the port to which
the. claimant' belongs' thai he is a non-resi
t denk alten. :
-Information has been received from Hayti
to the effect that the government and people
,- .of that island are highly indignant at the ap?
pointment of a negro to represent the govern?
ment of tbe United States at that court. It
m eppeers that the aristocratic negroes of Hayti
look down with contempt upon their sable
brethren in this oonntry, and regard the action
of oar government in appointinge negro min?
ister es, to say the least, a slighting of them,
if rot aa insult. The feeling in Heyti on th's
subject seems to be based upon the idea that a
negro was given the placa because a white
man could not be found who would take it.
All the other nations, they say. had white men
accredited to their courts, with the exception
-Of Hayti and Liberia, both neRro governments,
and nobody but negroes would take these
-An officer ejbo left Fort Harker, Kansas,
.ten days ago, reports great uneasiness among
.the Cheyennes* Arapahoes, Kiowas and some
rot the Comanche bands. These tribes were
the objective points of General Sheridan's can
paign into the Indian country last winter. The
losses which they sustained in warriors and
stock seemed to make an impression at the
.time, end every reason was presented to lead
to th j belief that the tribee would he willing in
the future to remain quietly upon their reser?
vations. The approach of summerfhowever,
.-seems to arouse afresh their warlike spirit,
aud again tho plans and frontier settleni .-nts
are threatened with a sommer of devastation
and bloodshed. The chiefs ot the tribes de?
clare that their gooda arc withheld from them
and He promises of the government have not
boen fulfilled. Most of these Indians arc in
the vicinity of Medicine Bluff Creek, and re?
ceived their annuities there in February last.
Those that have not como in have no rijht to
expect anything. The complainte are consid?
ered nothing more than the forerunners of
another outbreak as soon as tho grass is suffi?
ciently advanced and the ponies have recupe?
rated in strength and flesh.
-Not only the lovers of manly snorts, but
the whole British p?blio will be glad to learn
than an Anglo-American boat race bas been
arranged, and that it will take plaoe in August
next, upon the Thames, at Putney. The Lon?
don Newe says: '"The challenge has come from
the oth?r aide of the ocean, and. has been cor?
dially accepted on this side. We shall all ap?
preciate and admire the courage of our Ameri?
can brethren. They have sent their challenge
to the victorious Oxford University Clnb, and
are themselves coming across the ocean to
meet the Oxonians on the very scene of their
successive triumphs. It is easy to predict for
them an enthusiastic reception. The interest
of the British public io such competitions has
given the Oxford and Cambridge races almost
national importance. The interest of two
nations in that of August next will give it in?
ternational importance. The Americans viii
not find that in rowing on an English river
they necessarily have the feeling or the crowd
against them. They will not be reminded that
they are among strangers. The multitude
will feel that they have deserved success, even
If they fail to attain it, and if they win, no
Englishman will grudge them the laurels they
have corn? so far to pluck."
TUESDAY MORNING, MAT ll. 1869.
Tate Mayor of Cork.
Mr, Gladstone and his colleagues are
doubtless irritated by the conduct of the
Mayor of Cork in abusing England and
threatening sympathy with Fenianism, at
the moment when the attempt is making to
remove one of the greatest evils under
whioh Ireland suffers. It is, however, more
than likely that the introduction of a bill
to remove the offender from the bench of
magistrates will do the Liberal party, as a
whole, more harm than good.
. The Bpeeohee of the Mayor will serve to
point a moral in the discussion of the bili
to disestablish the Irish Church. Conser?
vative members of the Upper and Lower
Souse* who believe that any interference
with the churo h, at loasteis sacrilege, will
ilso take the ground that the man who is
guilty of wrong doing should be tried and
condemned by the courte, not punished by
tn act of Parliament. Their leader, Mr.
Disraeli, has already announced his oppo?
sition to the bill proposed, and it will be 1
nade the occasion of showing the danger i
if interfering with vested rights and the j
:onstitutional privileges of the subject. ?
These Southern States know the facility t
with whioh a legislative body will gather j
ill power into its own hands if the first en- 1
sroaohment is allowed to pas? unchal?
lenged. The authority of the English
Parliament is practically unlimited. It is
restricted and confined by no written con?
stitution, and yet the ministers would do
well to be ?bary of interfering by special .
legislation with the possessions and liber- i
Lies bf an individual whose only crime seems \
lo have been wild and.intemperate ?peaking.
Jjf the bill is pressed it will probably
pata; lot there will be no desire to break
op th? party in power upon what is, in ap?
pearance, a'minor question. Many will
voie for the bill os an admission that Ire?
land ia not pacified, and there will arise the
feeling that all that ia doing le of no avail,
and tfcaV notwithstanding the Disestablish?
ment bill ana a probable rearrangement of
the tenant-right system, th e Iris? still ?hoer ?
the violent declamation of a Fenian Mayor, j
while they hav? nothing but the cold ghoul- j
der for England and the English ministry.
It would have been better t.o allow the
Mayer of Cork to talk himself out. Polit?
ical effervescence rarely lasts for long.
Man tire even of patriolio eloquence, and
before long the Mayor would either have
subsided into a peaceful state, or have com?
mitted some open net of treason which
would have enabled the government to pros?
ecute him wit* reasonable hope of success.
As it is, be is threatened with poli ti cal mar?
tyrdom. The "penalty will give Kim tbe
force wbioh ia wanting now, aud he will
stand before his countrymen as one who,
for exercising the right of free speech, has
been degraded and humiliated by "the base
?and perfidious Saxon." This will make
him a.power in the country-a power which
will not be exerted ia fostering kindly feel?
ing or allaying indignation.'
All this is the more to be regretted be?
cause of the great doubt whether the most
that the Gladstone Cabinet propose to do
in the way of reform will calm the Irish
heart and allay the thirst for complete in?
dependence. The dream of the leish is,
an Irish ruler governing Ireland under
Irish laws. They complain that England
now reaps all the advantages of the Union,
that their spirit of improvement is chilled
and numbed, and that agricultural progress
is impossible while, the land is owned by
absentees and managed by middle men.
They believe that if they were an indepen?
dent people their commerce would revive,
manufactories would spring up, and period?
ical famines would no longer decimate their
people. This is the Irish political creed,
and it is only fanned to intensity by the
endeavor to punish by an act of Parliament
a man whom the law, as it stands, cannot
toueh. No concession short of indepen?
dence will, in our opinion, pacify Ireland.
Liberal reforms may bring about quiet tor
a time; but they will not produce a lasting
tranquillity. Therefore is it most unfor?
tunate that at this time an affair Bhould
have occurred, which, at the least, may se?
riously retard even that temporary pacifi?
cation whioh is so much desired. England
will not willingly give up the Emerald Isle.
Every effort will be made to PatiBfy the
Irish; but as small things often produce
great resalte so may the turbulence of the
Mayor of Cork cause England more anxiety
and Ireland ?nore fervent excitement than
would have been brought about by continu?
ing the IrisS Church Establishment in the
old form for ten years to come.
Ti udcs Unions lu France.
A little volume which has lately appeared
in Paris, entitled "Les Associations Ouvri
"eres en Angleterre," or Trades Uuions in
England, is said to be selling like wild fire.
Though only issued since the middle of
March las?,-it is now in its second edition
and bids fair soon to exhaust that and re?
quire a third. Now, as to the book itself,
the critics agree that there is no very great
novelty in the matter and something less
than the usual French ease and grace in
the style, and it is therefore a question why
this popularity. The answer is a remark?
able sign of the time*. The author of "Les
"Associations Ouvri?res en Angleterre," is
the Comte de Paris, olaimant by the
younger, or Orleans branch of the
Bourbons, to the French throne, and
its aim is to cut loose from the middle
classes and swing over to the support of
the working men of France. The Comte
de Paris puts the imperialist nobility and
the monarchical middle class behind him,
and makes a high bid for popularity as a
man of the people. Hence the furor over
the little book, and the counter bid of the
Emperor in abolishing the law of livret. On
all sides it seems to be agreed that when
death dethrones Napoleon there will be
many an aspirant for the chief place in the
land. The Republicans will have a word
to say. The Imperialists will not give up
the young Napoleon without a struggle.
And the Bourbons will go farther than
either; if there is any significance in
the remarkable speotacle of one of that
haughty race talking familiarly of the op?
pressions of oapital, the justice of striker,
the rights of the workingman. There is at
least one Bourbon who forgets and learns !
THE COUBIEB is in error in say i n e that "when
"Mr. Clark assumed his seat as Mayor of the
"city, stock was selling at 37 cents," and that
"within two days afterwards it fell to 85." Mr.
Clark took bis seat as Mayor on July 9, 1868,
on which day city stock was quoted at 46 to
48. One weok later the same stock was quoted j
46 to 47. We only make (his correction be- j
canse it had already boen stated by THE NSWS
that tho price of city stock, when Mayor Clark
was inaugurated, was 46 to 48.
THE last spike in tho Pacific Railroad was
driven at half-past two o'clock yesterday after?
WANTED, A WHITE AU DD LK. 4. Cf KD
WOMAN, to Uko eire ot two children.
Also, a COLORED WOMAN to cook, wash and do
general housework Apply, with references, to No.
7 DKAKE-STHEtT, or at 3 HI* OFFICE.
WANTKI?. A FIRST-lLASS WHITIC
B ARBER, to (to to Columbia. Goad wages
offered. Inquire at C. SCHUBERT, >' o. 23 George
street._ 2?_May 10
month, even whore, male and female, to in?
troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY SAWING MACHINE. Ibis ma
: Line will stitch, hem, tell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind,
braid and embroider in a most superior manner.
Pi ice only $16. Fully warranted for Ave years. We
wu! pay S1O00 lor any michino that will sew a
?tronger, more b-antllul. or u ore elastic soam than
3tm. It makes toe '-Elastic Lock Stitch " Every
lecond sttteh can bc cut, and still thc cloth cannot
be palled apart without tearing lt. We pay agents
from $75 to *200 per nun th and expenses, or a com?
mission from which twice that amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB fr CO., PITTSBURG, PA. ; 8T.
LOUIS. MO., or BOSTON. MASS.
CAUl ION.-Do not be imposed upon by other
part.es palming off worthless cast-iron machines,
ander the aamo name or otherwise. Ours is the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 May A
WANT KD -AG K N TH - TO SELL THE
AMERICAN KM 1'lD?G MACHINE. Price
126. The simplest, cheapest and best Knitting Ma?
chino ever Invent.'d. Will knit 20,000 stltcbes per
minute. Liberal induoemonts to Agente. Address
AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Boston, Mas?., or St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FUR ALL
THB LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS
PAPEBS. at pubbsher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21_No. 161 King-street.
ANTED, FIRST-CLASS TRAVEL
LING SALESMEN In every State. Good
?ages or a liberal per cent, ?nd steady employment.
Audre-!, w<th stamp, a F. HOWE, No. 680 Arch
street, Philadelphia. Pa. S ni os AnrilS
TITAN TED. AGENT* KURTHS A M Kill
> V CAN FARMERS' HORSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert Stewart, V. H., ot Miss,
lhe-work covers the whole ground of tbe breeding
ind raising, and the troatment of horse? and moles,
both In sickness and health. It bas won ita way to
popular favor, and ia to-day the most popular and
boot selling Horse Book out Address O. F. VEN f,
PabUaher, Cincinnati, O. 6mo? March 1?
WANTED, EVERYBODY TD SUB.
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING L?BRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTBR'S 8elect Library of New
Books coutalua all of the latee! publications.
April 21 No. 1*1 KING-STREET.
TU RENT, A VERY CUNVENIENT
HOU.SK, In Vanderttorat-eu-eet, witta four square
rooms and two attics. A good cistern and gas
throughout the hoa?e andkitcben. Will be routed
low to a careful tenant. Apply to
FOR-YTHE, MCCOMB ? co.,
No. i< C and 108 Kami-street, corner Bama' Lane.
TU RENT, FOUR MMHG HT ROOMS,
wltb Dressing Boom and Pantry. Apply at
No. 25 LEGABE-STRERT. May 10
FOR SALE, SODA WATER APPA RA
1 US. complete. Apply at No. 110 MEETING
STREET. . 2* May ll
?l PRIVATE SALE, THAT FIN E
STAND wi'h fixtures for a Grocery, corner
ouu and East Bay streets, Ko. 35. Apply ON
STEAM ENGIN KS POR SALE CHEAP,
if applied tor immediately
ill One 12 horse Portable ENGINE
(li One 4-horse Portable Engine.
iL One S-horee-powe: ENGINE, in good condition
CAMERON. BA BK LEY ti IO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cuniberlaud-sireeti.
- January 16
FUR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any quintity. Trie- 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapping paper that can be used. Ap
ply at the offlce of IH E N r. WS. March 1
IRESPECTFULLY INFORM MY
frieu<is and the public that I have removed to
No. 249 KING-STREET, nearly opposite to Mr. C.
Kerrisons Dry Good* Estai lishment.
May 8 6 (Har-ware.]
g T. CLUUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOtlOUS HOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-second-sireet,
possesses advantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ut Its guests, it waa built expressly
for a Arot-class family boarding bouse-the rooms
being large and en suite, heated by aieim-with hot
and cold w.ter. and furnished second to none; while
the culinary department is in the most experienced
bands, alf >rding (mests an unequalled table.
Une of Atwood's Patent Elevators is also cm or. j:
the "modern Improvements" and at the service ot
guests nt all boure.
The Broadway and University Plac? CAP? pass the
door even- lour minutes, running from tbe City
If all to central Park, while the sixth au' * events
Avenue lines are huta short block on eitber si-ie,
a fiord lng ample facilities for communicating with ail
tho depots, steamboat landings, olaces of amuse?
ment and buFine-H of the great metr?poli*.
MOKE ot HOLLEY, Proprietors.
Varch 12 Gn_,,,
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORP
AOBirVL 1 URAL 1MPLEMBXTS, OAR DE V
G El?. E. PINGBEE.
v-i. 01 ?' 140 MeeUnS-?treet, charleston.
March 21 "
CAKOLI NA CH VI'X KK Ko. 1, ll. il. M.
AREGULAI! CONVOCATION "F THIS I HAP
1ER will beheld ima LVENINO. May nth, at
Tight o'clock. Members will take due notice aud
govern themselves accordingly.
By order M. E. H. P.
JOSEPH U. OPPENHEIM,
jMay ll Secretary.
I. O. O. K.-JEKFKitSO.\ L.ODGE, No. 4.
rE REGULA H ME h UNO OF THIS LODGE
will be held Trna EVENINO at Eight o'clock
prociFcly. Put ctual attendance of the members is
earnestly requested. J. L. LUN8FOKO.
May ll tu Secretary.
ST. PATRICK'S BEKEVOLKNT
THE MEMBERS ARE EEQUrSTED TO ATTEND
the Beanlar Mon'h?y Meeting THU EVENTNO.
at Masonic Hall, at Eight o'c'ock P II. Members will
please be punctual in their atteudan.ee.
May ll _W. BAKER, feoretary.
CU.YKL.KS. TON KIFLKME.V SOCIETY.
A11END THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET?
ING at your Hall, 'I BO (Tuosday) EVENING,
May nth, at tight o'clock. Article XII will be en?
forced F. lU jENEDDRBKC,
May ll Sec and I rea-urer C. R ?.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LAUDE?
COMPANY. No. 2.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO MEET AT
Market Winn, in full uniform (bat excepted.)
at Eight o'clock, to take the Steamer for Mount Plea?
sant. By order. GEO. McLAIN,
May ll Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA FRIEN' DY SO.
AREGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF IBIS
Society will be held Tn is EVENINO. at Eight
o'clock, at Llndstedt's Hall, corner King< nd t al
houn streets. Members are requested to be punc?
tual in attendance.
By order of the Committee.
H. Ht N CK EN,
May ll * Recording Secretary.
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION OP
THE REGULAR MEETING OF IDE ASSOCIA
110s will be held THIS (Tuesday. EVENINO, at
Eight o'clock, at the free Reailng Room, No. 3
Broad-street. Full attendance is desired.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, Jr.,
lASfttASDK ANO TI?U!*T COIUPAXV
ASPECIAL MEEI IN ? <F THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS of tbi- Company will he held at thoir
Office. No. 8 Bread-street, TO-MOBBOW, tho 12th
in-tant, at 12 o'clock M.
A general and punctual attendance ls requested,
as business of importance will be submitted.
JOHN H. HONOUR,
STATU MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
AMEETING OF THIS ASSOCIATION WILL
be beld la Charles lou on THURSDAT, 20th day
ot May, with the view to reorganization. 1 lstrict
Societies are earnestly requested tosend delegates,
and all members of the profession in the State are
levitt d to attend.
Ihe various railroads and steamboats will pass
delegates for one fare.
JOHN DOUGLASS, M. D.,
Vice President 9. C. Mcdiial Association.
C(3~ State parers insert twice and send bill to
President Association. rac Mtv ll
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
MENKE & MULLER.
AND DEALEBd IX
Ready Made Clothing,
SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN, MEN AND BOYS.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, Ac.,
No. 333 King-street,
OPPOSITE SOCIETY- STREET.'
WE TAKE PLEA<ORE IN INFORMING OUR
patrons and the public generally that wc have just
opened a larae ami wt li assorted ttock of CLOTH?
ING, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. for the
Sprit g and bummer, at the above vtaud, consisting
ot Business and mesa Suits, all sizes and qualities
of Shirts and Underwear Ooods, Ac. ; all sizes and
quain les of English and Domestic Hull Hose ; ah
sizes and qualitlo* of Silk and Lisle Ihrcad Oloves;
all sizes and atyles of Linen and Paper Collars ; all
sizes and stylos ot Cravats. Neck Ties, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, bnspcuders. Umbrellas, Ac; also, a
large and welt assorted stock of Broadcloths, Cassi
meres, Doeskins. Coatings, V. stings, Ac., which we
ofter to sell by piece, yard or pattern; or makeup
into Garments, by measure, in any ship- or style,
according to order, at the shortest notice. Our
Stock has been selected wi n great care, and we are
confident that we can compete with any other bouse
in this city. We invite an examination of our Stock,
and bespeak a share of the public patronage.
MENKE di MULLS tl.
March 27 ?tnth3mo>
YOU OUGHT TD INSURE IN TUB
FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS :
1st. Because ii is a home institution managed and
controlled by your own citizens.
2d. Because lt ls thc only monied insulation of
the kind that loaos its funds in the Statos from which
they are derivea.
3d. Because itu purely mumal; ill policyholders
share ia its profita or earnings. Ita large and in?
creasing assets belong exclusively to the policy
4tb. Because Its tates ar? 1 wer than those of most
other companies. And its dividends will be larger.
5?L Because lt Invests its funds at rates of interest
averaging ten per cent., willie Easreru comp mies'
rates average less than seven per cent. This makes
the dividends of the Associ?t on larger and the rates
ot premium H maller. One hundred dollars Improved
at six per cent for fifty j ears will amount to $1,642 Ul
The same amount invested at ?en per cent, will pro?
duce $11,739 09. Difiorence lu f ivo. of the ten per
cent, inve-tmeat (9.897 08.
6th Because yon ought to iusur - in a successful in?
stitution, and the Lite Association of America ls ac
knowledged by Its enemies as well as its friends to
be by far tlie most succrssfu! Hf-' insurance institu?
tion of it? age ID tho United States.
NET ASSE TS OF THIS .DEPARTMENT IN?
VESTED IN IBU COMMUNITY.
$100,000 deposited in the Iosuraoc- Departmont
of the State of Missouri (accord-ng to law for the
protection of policy holden.
H. G. LOPER, Prea'ut (Cashier People's Nat. Bank).
W. G. GlBbES, Vice-President (W. G. Whildeu A Co.)
E. E. JENKINS, M. D., Medical Examiner.
JOHN B.STEELE (of North. Steele fe Wardell.)
C. IRVINE WALKER (Walker, Evan? & COfsweM.)
G. Vf. AIM Ul, Druggist.
H. T . PEAKE. Qen'i "trperintenden; S. C. Railroad.
C. F. PANKNIN, Druggie.
JAS. E. SPEAR, Jewe ler.
D. H. SII.COX. Wholesale and Retail Furniture.
N. P. CARTEK, Secretary aad Agent,
March 20 lyr No. 10 Broad-street.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF ME il PHLS, TENNESSEE.
M. J. WICK-. President
W. F. HOYLE, secretary.
THT3 PURELY -OUI HERN INSlI UiION BE?
GAN bushes.' >optember 1st, 18fl7, and issued over
2200 Policies lu IM first eighteen montas.
Accumulations, ovei.?.... $50'J,<JOO
Sub-ageats wanted thtoughou: the State.
R. J. M AGILL, General Agent.
No. 65 Broad-street
Dr. J. S. MITCHELL, Medical Examiner.
April 15 thstulmo
J L. MOSES,
NO. 3* Broad-street.
COLLECTOR OF KEXTS
t RE A L ESTATE AGENT.
April 10 stuth3mos
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. Ill Market-street,
Bel oon King acd Archdale.
Oents' CoaU, Vests, Panta and Hats DYED, SCOUR?
ED and PRESSED; a>" Blankets and Carpets Clean?
ed and Washed with greatest dispatch.
April 3 2 mo
OTASUlSGrOS LIGHT INFANTRY
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION FAIR,
Ia aid of the
CHARIIY FUND ANO TO EBEOT A MONUMENT
TO 1HELB DE \D,
At the request of a large number of families who
have been unible to aitend, will be continued on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the
10th, 11th and 12th instant,
IN HIBERNIAN HALL.
Doors open from 5 to ll P. M.
PBICE OF ADMISSION.
Season Tick , ts.$1 00
Family Season Tickets.2 00
Single Tickets. 25
Servants in charge ol Children. 10
Family and Single Se ison Tickets can be procured
at the Bookstores.
The Firemen's Prizes in aid of tho Association and
tbs "Catholic Malo Orphan Asylum," to be giren to
the Company receiving the largest runner of votes,
consisting of: .
1 ELEGANT SOLID SILVER TRUMPET
100 FEET DOUBLE BIVETED LEA 1H ER HOSE
2 HANDSOME BBASS (PATENT LEATHER
2 HANDSOME SILVER-PLATED LANTERNS,
Are cn exhibition at the Fair. Price pei vote
Lithographed copies (for framing) of the ROLL
OF THE D ..AD, for sale at thc Hill.
The last Car will leave the HaU at ll o'clock P. M.
precisely. H. B. OLNEY, Chairman.
J. L. HoNOUB, Secretary and Treasurer.
(0)ini? ?Iflssniarf, (Ctr.
AT CC ST ! AT COST ! AT COST I
China, Glass and Crockery at Cost.
ON ACCOUNT OF A CHANGE OF BU.-INE39,
we will roll off our fine Stock of CHINA
GLASSWARE, Crockery, Fancy Goo ls, Japanned
Ware and Lamps, ?io., ftc, AT COST at retail.
A rare opportunitv is now offered to snpply vacan?
cies in house and kitchen.
MCDOWELL ft SON.
Corner of Elog and Liberty-streets.
The Store j^O BENT. 6 May ll
fj\ HEOLOGICAL BOOKS.
THE CLERGY AND MEMBERS OF THE PRO?
TESTANT EPISCOPAL CONVENTION visiting the
city, aro invited to call at FOG A RT I EM BOOK DE?
POSITORY. Mo. 260 KIN'0-STl?EEl , (in the Bend,)
where, In iddihon toa weil selected stock of THEO?
LOGICAL, MISCELLANEOUS and SUNDAY
SCHOOL BOOKS, they will find a special conaitm
m nt of Theological Booka from Measrs. Pott ft
Amery's (Now York,) extendive collection of English
Church Books. Priced Catalogues of Pott ft Amery's;
The London Religious Tract Socie'y; 'I be London
Cbrist'an Knowlodeo Society, and the Publications
and Importations of J. B. Lippincott ft Co., can bo
had on application, at
FOG AB ' tva BOOK DEPO'ROBY,
No 260 King-street, (na the Bend.)
May 10 . mtutbsa
THE UKIYKKSlL FAVORITE,
WILLCOX Se GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
rjlHIS MACHINE STANDS THUS FAR UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
has taken the placo of over forty doable thread ma?
chines in this city. Reliable Agents wanted in all
larg? towns in tho State.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 KING-STREET,
Willcox ft Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLES, OIL, SILK, ftc, constantly on band.
REPAIKINQ as usual. ?tuthlyr Mayl
DAILY NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 EAST BAY.
LET 1ER HEADS
Printed In the neatest atyle and at the
NEUfTILLE Sc HANNAM,
SUCCESSORS TO COURTENAY.
BLANK B00X MANUFACTURERS,
Job Printers and Stationers.
WHOLESALE DEALEBS IN
FLAT AND FOLDED PAPERS,
CARDS, . CARD BOARDS.
BILL HEADS, nc.
No. 9 Broad-Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
B. K. NEUFVILLE. WM. HANNAM.
May 5 Imo
JAMES KNOX.10aH 0ILI
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE. *fr
fuVr solicited, and liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for CO BN and BACON promptly executed
?ith caro and attention. I!hn.,,
April 27 - "mos
prills (?l)finif?ls, (&U.
A. W- ECKEL & CO.,
APO T HE CARIES,
No. 231 King-Street,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
their splendid new black marble
ARCTIC SODA FOUNTAIN,
The finest and the best apparatus ever brought to
Charleston. They are also prepared to offer on
FRESH, SPABKLING AND COOL,
And containing all the Medicinal Properties for
which those waters are so widely celebrated. They
also would direct attention to their
Where the purest and best Drugs only are used,
and Prescriptions filled by the Proprietors them?
selves, both old and experienced Pbarmacentista.
They have a full assortment of
Embracing the fabrics of some of the best Perfumers
in Germany, France and England.
G KI M AULT it CO.'s PREPARATIONS I
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE KADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OP MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
All fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
May 8_No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
FOR TUE HAIR.
PHALOyS CHEMICAL HAIR LNY1GORA?
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERY'S HAIR RESTORER
BURNET'S COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHAUT ANT'S COCOA CREAM
LYON'S KATH AIRON
For sale by Dr. H. BAKU
May 8_Ko. 131 MEETING-STREET,
C. F. PANKiVIN,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 133 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON. S - C.
rjiIiL ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to his stock of the best Imported and Domos
Of his business be bestows the utmost personal care
and attention, and guarantees the PUBITY of the
MEDICINES used in compounding.
Prepared carefully at all hours of tho day and
SPECIAL AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF
Messrs. GEO. TIEMANN & CO.,
PF NEW YORK.
HIS STOCK OF
Hair, Tooth and Nail brushes.
IS LARGE AND WELL SELECTED.
Agency for the fale of the celebrated
Rockbridge Alum Spring Water,
A supply of which ls always on hand..
. MANUFACTURER OF
Which have eatabUsbed for themselves a reputation
surpassed by none.
Through constant effort and attention be ho^es to
meiit a continuance of the public patronage which
has hitherto been extended to bim.
February 16 (uthslyr
(Owrcrifs nn?) jWisfcll?nfons.
CAA SEW BABBELE IK F1R>T BATE OB- ?
OUU DEB, made expressly tor shicplng Pota?
toes. For sale br
njtm . CHTSOLM BROILERS,
May ll 1_Adger'a Wharf.
BACON, SYRUP AND COFFEJt.
OA HHDS. PRIME SHOULDERS
?d\J 10 bb 1?.C.*.Prime 8ide> . t
10 buds. B. Prime Sides i
10 bbds. Clear Piime Sides I
25 bblf. Choice Syrup j
25 bags Choice and Prine Rio Coffee |
IOU whole and hali box s Adamantin; Can- 1
ino pack ia ce Lird (Leaf and Extra)
50 bols. 8. h. Flour, Beeliar.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
BIKCKE k SCHACHTE,
May j tqtha3 KOL U3 and 145 East Bay.
BACON, BACON, FLOUR. *
?)tr BBLS. FLO?B, FAMILY, EXTBA, SUPER >
M'J and Fine
10 bhds. prime Western Shoulden
5 hhds. C. R. Sides ?
2000 boxes Extra scaled Herrings. -
For sale by WM. GURNEY, JLA
April 27_tnth?6_No. Mg East Bay.
DEMIJOHNS, BOTTLES AND
IMPORTED LAGER BIER.
I />AA FIVE GALLON DEMIJOHNS
lUvU 2000 demijohns, smaller sizes
100 crates Claret and Madeira Bottles ^
100 casks Bottled Lager Bier, in quarts fl
Imparted from Bremen, and fer sale by
. CLACIUs k WITTE,
February A tbstnlmoe No. 86 East Bay.
BEARGRASS EXTRA SUGAR- f
CURED HANS AND BEEF.
Of? CASESOF TH ?i C E LE BB A TED BEA EGRESS
?O HAMS. T
10 boxes of the celebrated Beargrass Beet
As agent of the pa-kerj, 1 r>1f?r the above
HAMS on as favorable terms as Hams of same quail. -jfj
ty. and will guarantee every Ham to give satisfaction
or the money will be refunded. Conanavsrs who
therefore wish a good article will find lt to their in- ?.
terest to try the BEABGBAbtj. J. N. ROBSON, *
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
April 15 DSC thstu Imo
A KC\ BALES PRIME NORTH RITER HAY, EX
??.t)\J steamer Saragossa.
600 bartels Family, Extra, Euper and Fine
Flour, ex schooner B. C. Bodman For sale by
May lu_JOHN CAMP8EN k CO. A
QT A A BUSHELS PBIME WHITE CORN, PER
vOUU brig Paragon at Brown's wharf. _
For sole by WEST k JONES, *
May 10_No. 70 East Bay.
(C AA BALES N. B. HAY
OUU 200 bales Eastern Hay.
For sale by WEST k JONES,
May 10_No. 76 East Bay. 1
QA A BALES PBIME NORTH RIVER HAY,
OUv per Schooner Maggie and Lucy
200 bales Prime Eastern Hay, per Schooner Id? 8.
2000 bushels PBIME CM RN.
For sale by J. N". T1DEMANN & CO.
IN STOKE A \ D LAN DIA G.
CLABET. ON DRAUGHT. AT SI 60 PBB GALLON
Lubin's Flavoring Li trac Ls, at reduced prices
Doa tetter's, Drake's Tierman's, Curacoa, Tonic and
Stougbton Bitters ,
Monongahela, Bye Bourbon and Cabinet Whiskies,
of all grades and at all prices, bottled and on
Champagne Cider, Pints and Quarts
CO OPEE KTIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest com?r Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free._Ajgjj 26
KYERS0N & BATES,
Champagne Ale Brewery,
H A R L K M, J> . Y.
THIS CELEBRATED ALE IS BREWED FRESH
all thrungli the year, and ia guaranteed to keep
sound through the hottest weather, and on that
amount is ot all Ales the best adapted to the South?
KNOX. DALY, Jr CO., Agenta,
February 15 3moa Charleston. ?. C.
JUST RECEIVED AND KUR HALE BT
DR. II. BABB, No. 131 MEETING
EISON'S TOB ACCO ANIIDOIE
Bose's Cough Syrup
schenk'? Pulmonlc Syrup
Schenk's Seaweed Tome
Saratoga "A" Water
Cherokee Remedy and Cure
Chloride of Lime
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solu?on
German Biood or "Kaiser" Pill?, ic. kc
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
FOR b ALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. BT
Dr. H. BA EB,
April 3 No. 131 Meeting-street.
$ COST! %
STRAW AND MILLINERY
J. S. FAIRLY dc CO.,
May 8 sluth3 No. 37 HAYSE-STBEET.
CROASD ILK'S GENUINE PHOSPHATE AND
BOWEK'3 COMPLETE MANCHE. Both
standard Fertilizer. For sale by
WM. Gm NEY.
No. 102 Fast Bay,
Sole Agent for south Carolina.
Apr.l 20 Imo
pudinna jjfliittriali, (Etf^
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. COUDRA Y & CO.,
Ab. 2 PRITCIIARD-STREUT, -"~ ~H
OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR & co.'s MACHINE
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE SASHES,
MOULDINGS, Ac, made up at ehort no?
tice, and at the lowest terms.
L. E. CORDRAY.C. A. TROCCHE
March 23 Smo
rjlO BU S.I NESS ?EN,
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C.,
IS ONE OF THE BEST PAPERS IS Tl* UP?
COUNTRY; has a large circa talion, and affords aa
per.ur advantages as an advertising medium. Terms
low. Addrcs DARR * OsTEEN,
February 22 Proprietor