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-Go"J ?L New ?or?- closed yesterday weaker
-Cotton closed doll and lower. Sales 275
balee. Addling upland? 83?aS?o.
-In Liverpool yesterday cotton closed with
aplanis at 12Jd and Orleans at 13d. Sales 12,
-Fine rains around Montgomery, Al?. Corn
-crop safe. Fruit scarce.
-Lewis Lawson committed suicide near
Bichmond, Va., one day last week, by drown?
-Hr. George Grill, an old oitizen of Rich?
mond, Va., died soddenly in that city on Mon
? -The Greenville South Alabamian learns
that the yellow fever is prevailing te an
alarming extent in Pensacola.
-A negro man was sold at anet ion last Mon
day, at Olas ?row, Mo., aa a vagrant, and bid in j
by tbs cit y at eighteen dollars.
-The County of Lawrence, Tens., boasts
fire cotton nulls, with 660) spindles and 80 j
looma, besides three or four woollen mills.
-Eighty-six passengers reached Bichmond
from, the North by tho Chesapeake and Ohio
train s day or two sines. They are in pursuit
_The European steamships arrived at New
York on Tuesday brought nearly two thousand
immigrants, s majority of them Germans and
-A letter to tbs Memphis Avalanche says
that a lady residing st Dr. Bateman's shot and
killed a colored man on Saturday last. Tbe
villain was in the ?et of climbing through tbs
window into her room.
-The rumored marriage of Commodore
Nutt aud Miss Minnie Warren, the sister of |
-Mrs. Ge o eral Tom Thumb, is officially co o tra -
'?ioted. ' lt Mr. Barnum is to be trusted, the
Commodore, when Miss Lavinia Warren was <
married,' devoted himself to perpetual cali- |
baoy. Miss Minnie is at borne with ber pa?
rents in Middle borough, Mass.
-Philadelphia is to have s bigger musical
j ubilee than Boston has hjad. It is proposed to
celebrate tbe centennial anniversary of tbe
signing of the Declaration of Independence, cn j
the Fourth of Joly, 1876, by a gigantic musical j
festival, in a building especially erected in
Fairmount Park, capable of accommodating
100,000 spectators and 12,000 performers.
-The Savannah'Advertiser says : "On Tues?
day evening last, as a party of countrymen
were returning to their homes from market,
they wars stopped by s band of seven negroes,
who assaulted and robbed them. One of the
-negroes told a member of the party that .ho
might go to town to take, ont warran's for
their arrest, bat h? couldn't got any, as there
was 'no eich tinga ' as ' warrants any more/
Abo ut the saine' time that the shove altair took
place, another party bf countrymen were stop?
ped near Pipernaker's Creek, on tbs Augusta
road, six miles from the city, and robbed -on e
ot the ri umber, who resisted the negroes, waa
severely.,beaten.. Stnoo the recent whole?
sale pardon of murderers anet outlaws by Gov?
ernor Bo! lock, tho negro sa seem tot tere sst
?U law at defiance."
. -Tho a?bouJtural prospects of Texas, it is
said, were never more promiains at thia sea?
son of toe year. The much drsaded cotton worm
fiS riot y et -appeared, and general health pre
vails throughout the whole Sufe. A corres
t?ouston^.ander date Joly 12,
'Portas pecuniary resolta of tbs grow
lng?crops'-are estimated* at between thirty and
- f ort y million dolkra- if they escape the cotton
worm. A large .proportion of this immense
som will- be invested in internal improve?
ments-in the erection of more comfortable
dwe??gs. The freedmen are mors industri?
ous, and demeaning themselves with'more
general propriety than at any previous ' time
sfnoe emancipation. Our oitizena are general
ly oat of debt,-and the financial condition of |
the country I'B muoh better than it has been
sines tbe war. Hopefulness pervades the pao?
li o mind. Cotton and woollen factories, floor?
ing mills, beef- packing booses and Other im?
provements are springing np in diff?rent parts
-Whatever may bi said of tbs political ec
ceutnoities pf Chief Justice Chase, sT men
must concede that he is a rifan of admirable
digoity, and that he knows how to assart him?
self with ? most becoming and magisterial
grace.' The truth or this was superbly exem
pliQod^a few days ago, when in full robes of
office in tbs Supremo Court, c It appears that
Attorney-General Hoar has recently presumed |
so far aa to treat the Judges of the Court with
curtness and disrespect. In the progress of a
speech by him, the venerable Justice Nelson
inquired : "What is tbs page of authority you
are cmoto?, Mr. Attoi ney-General ?" To which
tbs uno whom es Oarers! Grant gave a Cabinet
phce rn exchange tor a library, replied :
"-May i- please the court, I deonne to be inter?
rupted ia ny argument." Whereupon the
Chief Justice, assuming upon his younger
shoulders the affront directed at his associate,
and incidentally reflecting apon the whole
bench, brought tho Massachusetts attorney to
his knees at ones by saying: "Mr. Attorney
General, yon will cease in your argument tor
the pre >ea t. This court, as you will leam when
yon ha va become used, to its amenities, re?
serves tbs rigbt to question st any tims any of |
it? oounaeliors on any point whatever, i Your
rejoinder to the question of my associate is
iaa?ulBLibS?; add when yon have apologized
to tho court tor language which wa must say
wa* never beard hers before, yon may pro?
ceed,' but not Until that is done." Whereupon
Abs1 l^gal.bully collapsed and meekly begged
bardon.'which it pleased the court to allow.
~A Bichmond, Va., letter says : - "The title
to the ownership bf the Jeff! Davis mansion is
liiely soon tobe brought into litisation. The
City of Bichmond olaims the building, and a
committee appointed to investigate the matter
report that it is undoubtedly ours. On the
other, hand the United State? Government
claims it as captured property of the Confed?
?rate States. .The home was purchased in
1861', for $47,000, by the atv Council, with the
view of mi'jag the Confederacy a present of
1 t,a?d it -#aa o?ere 1 to Congress, bal by chem
.politely decline I. tho government then being
'flush,'.a' 4 having determined to accept of no
I euch gratuities from individuals or corpora
? tiona, bat agreed to real it for President Davis'
I icrm of office. It did rent it, but w?t-Lhor any
moncy was really collected for it we are not in?
formed. In 1867, upon tbe organization of
General Kosser's Southern Orphan Associa?
tion, an offer was mada to the Council to pur?
chase the mansion with a viow of raffling it off
in the scheme. The Council agreed to sell,
but all proceedings further than this were
abruptly terminated by the government de?
clining to surrender the property and a sort?
ing its legal claim td it as abandoned prop?
el ty of the so-called Confederate States. Thus
the matter has stood for some time. It has
been determined to serve a bill for rert upon
the govern anent, and if payment is refused, a
motion for a writ of ejectment will doubtless be
made, when the whole question (which seems
very plain) may bo argued before a court of
competent jurisdiction, and the matter finally
-Sam Hildebrand, tho Missouri desperado,
is not deail, after all. Since bis last bold es?
cape from his beleaguered house, a sheriff's
posse of two hundred has been in the field
hunting him for the large reward set upon his
head. This hunt commenced some five weeks
ago, when the sheriff and his men went to the
boase ot Hildebrand's sister, and after partially
banging one of his nephews eucceedod in
frightening another into the confession tbat
the villain had been there two hours before.
They then arrested Hildebrand's brother and
another man, whom they also hanged nntil the
torture compelled them to tell what they knew.
From them they learned of Hildebrand's re?
treat, which is xcavern opening out of the face
of a precipitous cliff. lhere the pursuers went.
The bottom 'and was heavily timbered, and
and a silent gloom pervaded the deep recesses
of this wild sud broken region. The over?
hanging cliffs towered np SOO feet above the
river. The mouth of the cavern was found to
be 200 feet above the foot of the bluffs, and
about 100 feet below the top of the cliff. In
tbisalmust inaoceeaible place there waa dis?
cerned a narrow ledge jutting out about ten
feet from the face of the cliff, and below and ou
a level with the mouth of the cavern. Two
entrance* were found to the cavern. About
twenty feet from the. mouths the passages
united, forming a long, dark chamber about
two hundred feet in depth and fifteen feet in
height. A walking stick, which had been pre?
viously deeoribed to the party as belonging to
Hildebrand, wu found at one of the entrances
to the cavern. It was then determined to
?moke him out. A quantity of dry wood
was lowered down from the heights above. Thus
they remained all day. After dark a fire was
kindled, whioh illuminated the wilderness be?
low to a gre it distance. The next day the re?
port came that Hildebrand had escaped, and
entering the cavern they found signs of recent
occupancy. The sheriff's men then went and
hanged another follow until be was induced to
tell how Hildebrand had robbed him of his
rifle that morning and disappeared. After
another hanging inquisition, the regiment of
hunters discovered where the outlaw was to
sleep that night, Surround ed the spot, guard
edit through a long, wet night, i in the
morning captured a smouldering Are and a
rind of bacon. That ended the hanging and
bunting, and the impression is that nothing
less than an army can capture the siegle
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1869.
TtM South Carolin? Km il road Company.
. . ? . . .? .
It gives us great pleasure to ann eui ce
Inst the negotiations for some time pending
in London for theexohange of the past
due guaranteed bonds of the South Caro?
lina Railroad Company for 06W first mort?
gage bonds of the oompany, have been
brought to a successful issue. This grati?
fying intelligence is oontained in a cable
telegram, dated London, July 17th, received
by President Magrath from the Hon. C. V.
?'aman, to whom the eonduct of the nego?
tiations was entrusted.
The difference? of the South Carolina
Railroad Company with tho City of Angosta
and the Columbia and Au gua ta Railroad
Company, were amicably adjusted some
weeks ago, and no** that the greatest diffi?
culty of all-the ?quitable arrangement of
th* past-due-debt-has been overcome, the
South Carolina Railroad Company will, we,
trust, find no obstacle ia the. way of a rapid
return to a condition of prosperity and
profit. The South Carolina Railroad is the
highway of the State. Upon it depends ia
a large measure ear commercial progress
and basiaess eaooess. Aad whether we
regard it as a private corporation or as a
great public work, we have every reason to
hope that oar brightest anticipations of its
fut ure prosperity will be more thaa real?
ised. The road has had to, encounter many
dangers and embarrassments whioh are
known to the management alone; but the
worst is over, and the day is fast approach?
ing whioh will reward the stockholder for
years of patient waiting, and at the same
time enlarge the usefulness of the company
as the leading feeder of oar commerce and
The Loavls Stop lae Way.
. The House of Lords, by a Tote ef 95 to
178, have rejected the preamble te the Irish
Church bul as il ?ame from the Commons.
By this aotlon the Lords declared that they
would not give op their amendment- to the
Bill, and it was as certain as anything polit?
ical oan be that the Commons, on their side,
would not reoede one inch from their chosen
position. The Commons, indeed, have noth?
ing to gain by concessions to the obstruc?
tives in the Upper House. The people are
with them, aud already there is aa agira,
lion ia the kingdom greater than has been
seen since the days of the Reform bill of
The Cabinet was apparently divided in
opinion as to what is best to be done. Mr
Gladstone, Mr. Bright and Mr. Lowe, the
men of notion, advised that the Bill be im?
mediately withdrawn, as the resistance of
the Peers rendered a conflict between the
two Hjases inevitable. Lord Clarendon
sad others recommended that the Bill be al?
lowed to take its ooaree. If the Lords had
held out, the oreation of seventy or seven t -
5ve new Peers would have secured the
passage ol the Bill, If the prospect of this
inuudation did cot bring the Lords to
their' senses. The Duke of Cambridge,
the commander-in-chief, has but lillie pub
lio influence, although he is siid to have
the ear of bis cousin, the Queen. All
that he could do was to advise the Q reen io
refus? to create a batoh of new Peers, and,
in view of precedent and the ciroum-ttaocrs
of the case, it was not likely that this unwise
counsel would succeed. So precarious is the
position of the House of Lords, that the
addition to its number of three or four
score of bran new legislators would infal?
libly still farther lower its prestige and
hasten its overthrow. This the leaders
must see, and the latest dispatches indi?
cate that the Lords have less backbone than
was supposed. They have given up the
ghost, and, although the telegrams are not
very clear, it may be taken for granted
that the ministers have not accepted any
compromise which did not leave intact the
main provisions of the Bill.
Tux spirited verses by Dr. Tioknor, of
Columbus, Ga., which we print to-day, will
attraot attention. Randall, the poet-editor
of the Augusta Constitutionalist, says of
the author: "He is one of the quaintest
"and most original verse-builders on this
"continent. His genius is eminently dis?
tinct, peouliar and characteristic. Ooca
"sionally, he yields a trifle too muoh to an
"oddness of rhyme and rythm; but when
"ia thorough earnest, no man can cut so
?beautiful a cameo upon the shield of Mi
"nerva " A compliment which all who
read "The Sword in the Sea" mast admit
to be riehly deserved.
(Ei Ot attona I.
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Joly 34 Imo Chairman ol the Faculty.
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CAUTION.-Do not be imposed upon by other
parties palming off worthless cast-iron machine*,
under the aame name or otherwise. Ours ls the
only genuine and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 Mav 4
Co ile nt.
TO KENT. TIIK PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF STORY RESI?
DENCE No. 5 Gadaden-etreet, opposite Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS, AND O' HERS
having nou.se? to root, can have tbolr Placards,
Ac., printed at the lowest rate? and in the newest
and ueateat atvlea of type, at THE NEWS JOB OF
t ICE, No. 149 East Bay.
FOR SALK. ONE HUNDRED THOUS?
AND ACRES OF LAND in Kerebaw County,
FIFTY VERY SELECT FAUMS near Camden and
on the Railroad, varying in aise from 160 to SOO acres
These and adjoining Dorm a are being taken by our
beet citizen*, and afford every advantage tor health?
ful, cornu r able and profitable tarma.
MaNY LARGS ANO CHOICE PLANTATIONS,
convenient to market
. DESIRABLE RESIDENCES in Camden and Kirk?
SEVERAL LARGE TRACTS OF WOOD LAND
A few very VALUABLE oITES for manufactories.
Address, WM. M. SB AN NON,
Attorney at Law, Camden. R. C.
July 28 OAO Imo*
FIR SALE LOW. A LAKGE CHURCH
OEGiN, containing thirty-five S.opa.
A SMALL PARLOR ci GAN, containing four
Mons, in a handsome Rosewood Case. Apply at
JOHN BAKER'S ORG\N FACIORY. No. 13 Van
I r'orsi-s reeL thetnStb July 8
AT PRIVATE SALE. THAT FINE
STAND with fleures for a Grocery, corner
calhoun and East Bay afreets, No. 35. Apply ON
PREMISES. ' thatn_January 21
AUCTION EEKS, BROKERS, AND
others wishing "i-or Sale" Ilacards, Bualneea
L'ard*. ot other Joo Printing executed with neat
aeas and dispatch, will consult their lDtercet by leav?
ing tbe.r ordere at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 Ea-t Bay.
T7VOH SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
J? any quantity. I nce 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapeat wrapping paper that can be used. Ap?
ply at the oa"ce of THE N r.W.S. March 1
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO
FORE exiting under tbe name of JOHN FRA
HEB A CO. ia hereoy dissolved by mutual consent,
Either partnet will aigu the ?ame of the firm in
liquidation. THEO. O. WAGNER.
BP NJ. F. HC iE?.
FBElFK. t AN .TING.
Charleston, 8. C., July 21. 1809.
TBE UNDERSIGNED HATE TBIS DAY ASSO?
CIAI ED themselves together under the naaco of
WAGNER, BUGER ft CO, for the transaction of a
S-NERaL COMMISSION ROSINESS.
THEO. D. WAGNER.
BENJ. F. HUOfcR.
Charleston, S. C , July 21.18C9. July 21
CHARLESTON, SOUIH CAROLINA.
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. SITUATED IN A
aleasant location, and in the bu-mess portion of the
:it-, rend.-rs it the moat desirable H o toi lor either
jermineut or transient guests. . be accommodations
ireunsurpasted. havi ig exienaive suites <>i ele^aut y
luruL-ned ap, rt men ts loi f miiiea a d single centle
oa"n Tin-proprietor will endeavor to maiutaintbe
ni J h reput, Hou o joyed by the "Cbarlestou" aa a
in-t Claas bona*?, ano no effort *iil be spared to de?
serve a continuance of thc liberal patronage hereto?
fore be?towed upon it
The beat of Live y accommodation* will be found
adjoining tbe eatablishmcnt.
The house 1 supplied with the celebrated Arte
?ian Water of which de Ljhiful baths can be hud
either day or ni jht. k. H. JACK?ON,
July 13 Proprietor.
gT. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COIdMOLlOUS HOUSE, LOCAl
ED corner ot Braadwar and Forty-secotid-Bireet.
pos8esses a I vantages over all other house? for the ar
cooimodatioo oi Its cuesta, it waa built cxpreeau
tor a fir-1-,-1 ,s.< family boarding house-tbe room*
being large and eu cuite, beateu t-y ?leam-wi ih not
anu cold w ter. andturuished second tomone; waili?
the culinary department ia in the most experi- nceo
bands, all <rdiug guests au uneqiMl>d table.
one of Atwood's Pat'-nt Kia vat ora ia aiao amone
the "modern Improvements" auo al the service oi
guests at all hours.
the broadwu und Cnworsiry Tlacv Car* pass tne
door everv tour ?luutes, ruontu ? from'tte iltj
Hall to t'eutnl Pa k, while the MXth au.t eventt
Avenue ines are nut a ebon block un eilLei Bile
3Hording ample facilities for couiinumcatiot? into a,
be den? ?. <tto<m>>oit lanlin-is. ?hres of aacusn
ment and business of the great metropoUs.
MORE dc HOLLEY, Proprietors.
Varch 12 6 ruo?
AI^CHAtllCS' I'VION, Ho. 1,
A8PFCIAL .SEMVON OF VOUR ORGANIZA?
TION will be bold on MOND?T EVZMTNO, at
Eight o'clock precisely, at the Eagle Fire Company's
Hall, MeetlDR-atieet. at whloh the attention of
.very ceniber ia directed, aa business ol Importance
will Le transacted.
Byor.ier WM. W. HABT,
Ju'y 2* a Secretary M. ?., Nc. 1.
Ifrtitts tu Sankraptrq.
151 TUB D: ST rt K T COU KT OK THR
UNIliD STA IES, F? R SOU- H CAROLINA
JU1Y ' KRM 1869-IN HIL MATIER OFJAMES
N. CORBETT. OF SUMTER, S. C., BANKRUPT
PETITION FOR KULL AND FIN ? L DISCHARGE
I* BANKRUPTCY.-O-dered, Tbat a bearing Or
biid on the SECOND MONDAY OF ACOUST, A. U 1969,
at Federal counhoune tn Gu-en ville. S. C.; and that
all Crcdltoi ?, ic, ol taid bankrupt appear at said
limo aud place, and *h"wcau-e.it any tbev eau. why
the prayer ol the petcioner houl.i not he granted.
Bv order oi tho curt, tho 16 li dav of ?Inly, A.D.
1880. D ->N I LL HORLBECK,
Clerk ol tho Disti let Court of thc U. s. tor S. C.
Ju.y 17_ _ s2_
I? THU. DISTRICT COU KT OF THE
UNITED STA IE??, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JULY TERM, 1869.-IN THE MATT KR OK J.
WURRY MUIRHEAD, OF OH>RLE8T '\ BANK?
RUPT.-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BAAKRUPL Y.-Orti r'd. That
a bearlDg b' bad on the TWKNTILTH DAT or
AUOUST. at Federal Con tbouse in < harleston,
-, c. ; sud that all Creditors, Ac, of said Bank?
rupt appoar at -aid time and place and ?bow
cause, if an* they can, why the prayer ol the
petitioner should not be granted. And that the
second and third meetlogit of oredltors ot ?-aid Bank?
rupt will be held ot the effi e of J. f\ CARPi-N
TER E^q., Registrar of First and Second Coogres
eional Disirictp, S. C., on TW?NTTNTNTH DAT or
JUL?, 1869 at 12 M.
Ly order of thc Court, the ICth d-.y of July, I860
Clerk of th? District Court of the U. S. for S. C.
T*i THE DI9TH1CT CUfj.iT OF THK
L UM'ED SJ A IES FOR SOU 1H CAROLINA
JULY TERM. 1869.-IN THE MA I TER OF R. J.
MUIRHEAD. M. D., OF CHARLESTON, BANK
RUPT.-PEII'ION FOR FULL AND fi NAL DIS
CHAhGE TN BANKRO PTCY.-Ordered, That ab?ar
ing be bad on the TWENTIETH DAT or AUS?BT,
J8S9. at Federal Courthou e, in GrecnvilJe, P. C ; and
ihat all creditors. Ac, of sa d Bankrupt ap ear at
said time ai d place, and tho* cause if any they can,
why the prayer of the petitioner thoald not be
granted. Ann that ?he second andtbird meeting of
creditors of said Bankrupt will be held at the office
ot J. C. CARPENTER, rsq., Eeg soar ot First and
Second Congressional Districia, 8. C., on TWENTT
NINTH DAT or J ULT. 18*9 at 12 M.
By ocoer of the Court, the ICth day ot July, 1863.
DANI tX H ?RLBBCK,
Clerk of the District Court of the U. S. f'r 8. 0.
I\ THK DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNTIED H TATES, FOB SOUTH CAROLINA
JULY TERM. 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF
i BFO. STONEY, OF CHARLESTON. 8. O , BANK
SUPT.-PETITION FOB FULc AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKBUPTOT.-Ordered, Thats
hearing be bad on the TWSNIT-STXTa DAT or JOXT, A.
D. 1869, at Federal Courthouse in Charlee ton, S. C. ;
and that all rr edi to rs, A-c, of said Bankrupt appear
at said Hine and place, and show cause, it any ih. y
can, why the prayer of the [ eil:loner should not be
By order of the Court, the 8th day of Julv. 1869.
DA ft IEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the Dis trie t Court sf the U. 8. for S. C.
IS THR DIST rt IC T COU HT OF THE
UNITE:? Si ATE? FOB 80UTH CAROLIN4
JULY TERM, 1869 -TN THE MATTIE OF WIL?
LIAM KNOTTS, OF THE COUNTY OK LEXING?
TON, BANKRUPT.-PKlTri"?N FOK FULL AND
FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANK RUP ICY.-Ordered.
That a hearing be bad on the TWENTY SIXTH DAT or
JULT, 1869. at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, B.C. ;
and that all Creditor?, Ac, 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
granted; and that t. e second and third meeting of
.-redi to rs of said Bankrupt will be held at the office of
J. 0. CARPENTER, Esq.. Registrar of First and
Second Congressional Dlsrriet?, s. C , on TWENTT
rousTH DAT or JOXT, A. D. 1869 at 12 M.
By order ol the court, the 9tb day of July, 1869.
DAN Ir L HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court ot the United .?tates for
South Carolina. ?3 Julv 10
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rue following .Morels, "by Slr Walter
?cou Mailed at 30 cents Kacb!
WAVERLY, IVANHOE. iCtNILWORlH. GUY
Mannering, ntiquary, Rob Boy. Old Mortality. The
dlack Dwarf ana a Legend of Montrose, Brde of
Lammermoor, Heart of Mid-Lothian, The Vouas
t.-r\, the Abbot, i he Pirate, Fortunes of Niuel, Peve?
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it.e raliaman, Woi>dst.?rit, Fair Maid ot Penh, Anne
"i Gt-l'-rs ein, Couut Robert of Paris, The surgeon's
un receliit of the i.rlc>". oliher In cash or stamps,
copies of any books li this Hst will be sent by mail
postpaid. CHAS. C. HIUHTEH,
No. lol King-itreet,
july 12 pac Charleston, 8.0.
FEW NIG H rs ONLY.
THIS EVENING, JULY 2W, 1869.
S A B G E N T
Comical JANES PASTER.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PRESENTS GIVEN
Tickets 13 cents. Reserved Seats 50 cents. To be
had at Holmes' dook House.
Doora open at h alf-past 7 o'clock. To commence
at hnlf-pa?t 8 o'clock. July 24
Q. C ARDIAN MUTUAL.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized In 1899 .
ALL POLICES NON-FORFEI TABLE.
HALF LOAN TJ KEN. NO NOTES ESQ ?IRSD.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Polices in force.935,000.000
Annual Income. 800.000
Losses Paid. 500,000
WK. T. BOOKER, Vice-President/
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Drz, New York.
Hon. JAMBS HABFEB, Ft rm of Harper k Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
JOB? J. CRANE, President Bank Republic.
WK. M. VEBAOXTX, Banker (Vermilye k Co.)
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com?
Hom GEO BOX OTOTKE, ex-Mayor of New York.
M WOT C. MOBOAW, Banker.
THOMAS RIOITEY, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
13 EM J. B.? HEB *AF, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar Benning Company.
AARON A RNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
RICHARD H. Bown, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. HAUOHWOOT, Firm E. V. Haughwout k Co.
WK. WILEEN.*, Firm of W. Wllkena k Co.
JCLIU8 H. PRATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant.
CHAS J. STABS, Merchant
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CCTLEQ, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Gao. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Insur?
ance Company. .
JOHN G. SHEHWOOD, Park Place. T
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fith Avenus and
EDWARD H. WEIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor.
W. L. COOSWELL, Merchant
GENERAL AGENT FOR 80UTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON.
CiBee No. 905 King-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
MUTUAL FIEE AND LIFE
FIRE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
and distinct by charter. $10;,OOO paid bato thc In?
surance Department of Georgia according to law
for the benefit of the assured in this Company.
Stockholders wealthy and responsible gentlemen ci
A purely Southern Company, allowing only six
per cent, ot its earnings to the Stockholders; the
rest o f the profits divided smong the Policyholders
on the ccntiibution plan.
lire Department has been in auccessfol opera?
tion for six months, and has already accumulated
Life Department in fall and successful operation,
and vietng with old companies in ita success.
All of its Policies non-torfeitablo, and of every
description of Life and Endowment, together with
an auiiuity table and return premium plan.
No restrictions upon travel, place of residence or
Women insured un same terms aa men.
Loans bah? cf its premiums. No notes taken.
W. T. LAWTON, President
J. C. MCBURNEY, vice-President
R. J. LIGHTFOOT, Secretary.
C. F. McCAY, Constituting Actuary.
P'. H. WRIGHT, Examining Physician.
This Company is now prepared to lake risks either
In the Fire or Life Derartments, and solicits a share
ot the patronage of the city and Sta'e.
J. G. HOLMES, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local and Travelling Agents wanted in all parts of
the sta'e. Liberal commissions allowed. Applica?
tions to be made to J. G. HOLMES. Jr., General
Agent, No. 38 Broad-street Charleston, S. 0.
j^ME RIC All TONTINE
Life and Savings Insurance Co.
No. 4 MARYLAND BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE
DB. WM. M. POST. Medical Examiner.
THOMAS E. COURTENAY, Manager.
BRANCH OFFICE, CHARLESTON, S. C.
On. TBOMAS L. OGIER, Medical Examiner.
JOHN KIRKLAND, Ja.. General Agent
CHARLESTON BOA BD BETEBENOZt
Hon. A Lilt ED HUGER.
W G .MAGRA la Esq., President S. C. H. R.
Hon. J. B. llAMPKELL. Attorney at Law
1HKO. D. WAGNER, Esq., ot J. Fraser k Co.
ANDREW SIMON D', rsq.. President Fw>t* Na?
ROKi'Rl MUHE, Esq , of Messrs. R. Mure A Co.
EDWARD LAFITTE, ot Ed. Lafitte A Co.
< olouel J. B E. SLOAN, t otten Factor.
W A COURTENAY, Esq., cf Messrs. Courtenay A
Tr* uno Un.
H. ll. OL -EY, Esq., of Messrs. Olney k Co.
Having been app lated General Anent for North
md south Carolina for the above reliable and popu?
lar Life Insurance Company, I am prepared to re?
ceive applieationJ at reasonable rates and on favor
iblt terms. JOHN KIRKLAND, Ja.
office for ths present at Messrs. Courtenay k
Trenholm'a, Union Wharf. wa3moa June 2
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVER? DESCRIPTION ANT
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER.
INO LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also, GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Ac, eon
itantly on baud at the lowest market onces.
September 1? mthalvr
1_) E T E R TOTANS,
1 URN ER AND DEALER IN IVORY,
And sianuficturer of
BILLIARD BALLS AND CUES,
AND IMPORTER OF BI LU ARD CLOIH, CUES,
Letter Chalk, and Billiard Merchandise in general
No. 89 Fulton-street, New York.
May 7 somoa
i&xotttlts ano ?H<sfc?oM0ni^
SUPERIOR ENGLISH JUTE
afir COILS S' I SCH ENALICH /DTE HOPE, AT
O 6J? cent? per pound cash. _J
July a* 1 V H LIAM ROACH A CO?
DOUBLE ANCHOB BBAIVD
HEA VT N F. BAGGING WEIGHING 2? TO 2>?
POUNDS PER YABD. full 44 inches wide,
100 yards rolls. Por aale ?t Manu lac rorer '? prices.
WILLIAM BOACH A CO ,
July 24 _1_i Agenta.
%AA BUSHELS BLACK PEA?. 8?TTABLH
?J\f\ f\7 for seed and teedkg for sale by
July 24 _T. J. HEBB A CO.
?T AA AUGUSTA (LARGE) MELONS. JUST AB?
dUU HIVED, and for aale at 20c to 60c a piece.
Apply at Mrs. C. D. KENRICK.
No. 83 Marne t-street, bouth side.
? July 22_3
QA AA BUSHELS WES1ERN WHITE CORN,
?VUU sllgntly heated. For sale, at a low
Price, by T. J. KERR A CO.
EAST: INDIAN MANIOCA, A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, mostdeiclotu, and healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Manse, Ice Cream,
Griddle Calces, Soups, Ac, put up lnl lb. pack?
ages, with directions for use.
Desiccated cocoanut, for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
Ac , put op in half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet OR, French and American Inhalt pints, pints
* and quarts.
Cider and White Wine Vlnegtr, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted Rio Coffee, of good quality, at 35c
Just received and for sale by f
CO-OPER A I IVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest cornsr Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered tree._May 28^
ALOT OF CYPBESI POsT8 A No PLANKS;
Also, a lot of AsH PLANKS, 3 and 4>? inches
thick, no? landing by Steamer Marion on Mar?
shall'' Wharf. J. MARSHALL, Jr.
H. & H. W. CATflEBWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE PURE OLD
IN OBDEB TO FACH ITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUR PUBE OLD UONONGAHELA BTE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS ?c
CO. our Agents, who by tbls arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade st prices which witl insure
sanalMdon. H. k H. W. CATHER WOOD.
H. tfc H. W. CATHERWOUUD'B
FX TBA FINE PC RE OLD
PT f\ BARRELS OF THE ABOVE FAVO BIT g
t)\J WSIKKIE"1, consisting of X, IS, XXX, XXXX,
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDS, and also of
o wer grades.
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS A CO.,
June 12 stuthSmo_No. East Bay.
SUGAK AND MOLASSES.
A ?. HHl-8. CHOICE PORTO RICO SUGAR
4tU 50 bbl?, choice Porto Rico sugar
60 hbds Mnscovado Sugar
100 bhds. Cuba Molasses
60 bbl?. Cubs Molasses
10 bhds. Porto Rico Molasses.
For sale In lota to suit purchasers, by
W. P. HALL,
July 7 wslmo Brown A Ca's Wharf.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR 8ALE, WHOLE?
SALE AND RETAIL, by Dr. H. BABB, No.
WOLF'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Plantation Bitters T"
Fouiz' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Perry Davis' i-alnkilier
Mexican Mustang Llnament
r'abneeto k's Vermi.'Uge
Peery'? Dead Shot, Ac, Ac, Ac,
$100 PER DAY DISCONTINUED
HAVING OBTAINED AN EXTENSIVE AND
widespread sale for "CENTURY" brand of
Fine ( Rt Chewing Tobacco, we desire^) announce
that we shall not pack daily $100 In roe small tin?
foil papen after this date, July 1st, lt? merits being
io favorably recognized that this inducement ii no
lorger nco-teary. To avoid misapprehension, how?
ever, WP would add that we shall continue to pack
orders for elegant MEERSCHAUM PIPES in our
"Yacht Club" and "Eureka" brands of Smoking
To* ac co.
The "Yacht Club" ls devoid of Nicotine, and can
net injure the health, and ia especially recommend?
ed to people of sedentary occupations or nervous
The trade are invited to send for circulars.
July 17_stnthlmo_New York.
WHEAT I WHEAT!
AT HEW YORK AND BALTIMORE
WANTED TO PURCHASE, 10.000 BUSHELS
CHOICE WHEAT, and will psy New York
and Ballimore prices, according io quality.
Jnly 22 thsln6 J Nc CAMPSENACO.
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND BEYAL. BY
Dr. H. BABB,
June 28 No. 131 Meeting-street.
TLT L . K 1 L L, KY,
* TROT, NEW TORE, *
SrOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, HOLLOW
"PHILANTHROPIST"," " CHIEF COOK,'
"CHARTER OAK" AND "CIVILIAN"
ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE SOOTHERS
ABD FOB SALI BZ
D, L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, durability, convenience- and the general
purpose* to ?bice Cooking Stoves are used. The
PHILANTHROPIST I? extra heavj plated, and bil
Ash Drawer; can be made into a six boiler hole
stove: bas catt tro a Witor Ta uk galvanised, or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class stove. Tts
CIVILIAN ls of a neat design, and has aflne large
Oven. This Stove eau be bad witb the extension
nark, six boles, and reservoir when desired
For further Information apply to
D. L. FULLERTON,
January 3ft Imo? Augusta, Ga.
rjpHE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE,
WILLCOX Sc GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE?
THIS MACHIN/ STANDS THUS FAB UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY 8EWING MACHINE, and
has taken the place of/over forty double thread ma?
chines in this city. Reliable Agents wanted in al
large towns m the State.
D. B. HASELTON,
So. 307 KlNG-sTBEET,
Willcox A Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLES, OIL, SILK, Ac, constantly on hand.
REPAIRING as nan al. etuthly Mayl
QM'HATl'l "*btt MAG ? CM A.
A GOOD COOLING SUMMER MEDI'TN'B. MADE
fresa every day, by DB. H. RAE P.,
May 25 No. m Meedss-street. ^