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IT IX WS S U St 31 A. li F .
' -Gold eloped in Now York- yesterday strong
at^T?a?TJ. ??: .'
-^Cotton cloe sd dull; salea 200 balea; mid
-In Liverpool, yesterday, upland cotton
-Captain A ac ka nz io has wan tbe chess
tournament, st 900 games in New York.
-John A. Boebung, the distinguished engi?
neer who hnilt the suspension bridge over the
Niagara River, and thai over the Ohio, died
i n New York on Thursday of lock-jaw.
-Commodore Vanderbilt, according to ru
mor, aged seventy-five, is now also, according .
to rumor, to lead to the altar a yoong lady,
Who Madam BumtJr- say* ia ?ged but seven
'*Wft:c:. : ...;!>*..'.7
-Mr. A. P, Messenger, of New York, has
a^brfif?Ume? of , riding five hundred
mil ea, on a veloc i pe de, within fifty coneecuti ve
boura.' To oom ale te the ^dia tan ce he waa o b
Uged to make 10,000 circuits of the hull where
h e rode, and tarn 40.000 corners. .'
.-nie Daontlesa, it which Mr. Bennett re- j
. eotly made bia quick trip across the ocean,
ha* about eight, large state room?, a bath
room, aoomfbrtablaaad airy cabin, a fireplace i
flitedI with a grate, and a library of booka, be?
eide? thQ jgoatorrary elegasoes and oom forte ;
found ern board our yachts.
. ?-*Xh* Mobile Colored Democratic Club baa j
i saned an address to the colored Totara of Ala?
bama, infbrntin? them that sooner or later the
political power of the South will pass Into ibo
lund* of the white man, aud that it il there?
fore for the interest? of tho negro to cultivate
friendly relations with the whitse..
-The Washington con ea pondent of the New
Tork Tribune mya : "It ia understood that in
additioo to the existing Btatotes prohibiting
the importatkm of coolie labor, a bill will be |
introdaoed at the next session of ConRreas,
rendaring all conracta with foreigners made in
foreign oo'untriea lor labor, nnll ?and void on
ibo arrival of the laborers in thia country."
-The New York correspondent of the New
Orleans' Picayune writes: 'I know of OM
ban* nore -about the largest in the ctty-the j
prdsl3enfc of whioh has allowed his son, who
ha s no ?ocoant whatever in the bank, or is in
lt?J-J liniiliirt lil irltk ll to draw t bene from
ad the greenbtvaks-ha may see fit, ior the pur
neening them at enormous xatea of in- I
-Mr. Peabody, whilst in New York, on Mon
day^nt a part of his urn's ti seleotlog.1 out
tate various seouniiaa opmpo3ua^ tue $1,000,000
douauon recently promised by lum to' the
Traetoas of tbe Southern Educational Fond,
corislsting mostly of Sttto ?nd railroad oou
rjo? fonda , Tba packages wham made up fill- |
ed a tin box of the aise ot a small travelling
trank, and a carriage waa called into requisi
rtosrto i t to.ita destin?t ion. ; / f.
-Tbs New York Sonia after the dipl?male, |
It saya : "A gentleman, who ha? served in full [
re^jmenlala at ono of the chief courts of En
rope", baa told na that the whole amount of his
actual doty did not average thirty min?tes a
week. For thia issy, aimless, loafing, gewgaw,
arigtocratio sort of thing, we pay hundreds of
thousands of dollars every year. And it is ?ll
for no object whale var, exe e pt to pension; s lot
of politicians in showy offices and get them
ont of tbs country."
-The July report of Bon. Horace Capron,
Comtftissioner of Ag-ncalture, represente that
tbs cotton acreage ts sixteen per cent, greater
than last year, ?ni amouoas to 8 000,000
aorta. Bhoold the yield- s#'ucre bethe same
aa last year, t be total prod ac t A woald amount
to neatly 9.000000 bales. Nothing short of j
unusual disasters will rednoo the yield below
that, ol last y ar, or 9.500 OOO balee. Along the
Atlantic- coas; largo quantities of fertilizers
- h ITS boen oerxt, great care exercised in selec
ing seed, and better implements employed.
Other otops ara stated to b9 gmeially abun?
-The proprietors of the New York Times
havaforand themselves into ?joint stock as
anohtSMD, and on Thursday last formally ten?
dered the editorship of that journal to the Hop.
John Bigelow, at a very liberal salary. Al?
though Mr; Bigelow had made hi? arrange?
ments lor ? trip to Europe, he has set them
aside, and accepts the position. The proprie?
tors had'Tinder consideration the name? of ?
Preder ck Hudaon, formerly of the Herald;
Geo. William Cartis, the Hon. Wm. M. Evana,
the Bon, Lather M. Marsh, and other gentle?
men distinguished in the field of letters. The
selection of Mr. Bigelow over these ab'e and
eminent gentlemen is a compliment of wbich
he may wjfilieel proud.
-William Edwards, a colored man, convict?
ed of killing Lewis Wilson, another colored
mao, at a ball laat winter, waa executed at St.
Loot's on Friday last. When the trap was
sprung and the man dropped, it was found
that the rope was flit tie too long, a Ho .ing the
culprit *3 toes to toaoh the ground. An awful
erj?he'rtfcfi oocnrred. For a moment the body
remained perfectly still, after which violent
contortietaa commenced, daring wbich the
man's arras and logs were drawn and awong
ia-,ew);-direction. Tho rope was immediate?
ly shortened Iv- drawing it op, bot the writhing
hf i?t?? p?or'v refcri continued for 8 jme minutes,
?nd it waa tot until he bad? straggled some
thirteen coJSMes thai he was' pronounced dead.
9? tsa^ng^Tbe. body down, alter twenty-five
ininutea, it w^s topid that his neck wa? bro?
ken. . 1 .. v
it-The plclctDK of the . combination lock on
the vault of the .Ocean Bank, by William T.
Snsigo, after tb* late burglary at that instita
ticn. baa ema te J quite ? sensation among safe
manoraotnrers and ?thera, ?nfl baa given rise
to the query whether treasures intrusted to
these leek s for gaiety may really be deemed se?
care from -tin operations of expert burglars.
It 1? ?greed that Bx. Ensign did pick .the lock
on the safo cf tbe bank In question, and it is
imoortant to know whether other combination
lock* cn be 'ros t ed :u> hk.c m mp t r. The New
York Times that Mr. Ensign's operation
was' doJe to'tho satisfaction of tho bnT,,ers of I
fete >Oo-jn Baba",' th* ?tay < paries whom ho
it. IaVaidOi'Snliiried the m >dus operandi ,Jbv
wh?h"WVT. ci was opened, and exhlbiTed the
?nstrameu'su?oJ.for the reason, as be avers,
SSS3MBMBggEC= , , ,, -
that he is convinced that such aa instratneot
or one nearly similar to it, is in tbe bands o
-Texas papers #o at hand with len.rthy se
counts of the damage done by the recent flood:
in that State. At La Orange, in Fayette Conn
, ty, the water roee thirty feet ia twelve boura
completely inundating the loan. Great crowdi
of women and children stood at the water':
edge, and with wring mg hands and straining
eyes saw their homes filled with the ruth lest
flood and many of them swept away or turnee
over where they stood, white ihe crash of for
ni ture and ama 8 bin g of daors and windows tole
toohornblyjtoeruin that was going oh within
Men rushed back and forth on horseback 01
afoot, seeking their fara Oies or asking for as
BU tance to tie a house already swimming, oi
claiming help from the idle lookers-on to mort
their furniture from those not yet inundated
but which were soon to share rbe general bte
Wagons loaded with furniture rattled to anc
fro at full gallop, some to the high ground
with their confnsed ma** of household wares
and others to take off the remaining; stores
A beat was made of the' boards of housei
and filled with strong oarsmen, who wen
through the etr??ta" and yards searching foi
those who needed heap. There was no patti
distinction ; friend and foe allied together ti
meet the oom m On enemy. -The scene was ter
ri ble. For fifteen m rles, as far aa the eye conic
reach io the north, west and sooth, the conn tn
was one unbroken sheet of water. The Gal
veaton News comments : " Never before had t
oo un ti y looked ao prosperous, ?rope so wei
grown, farms so well tilled. Every circum?
stance seemed to have aided to build up thc
hopes and prospects cf eaob planter, promis?
ing unexampled prosperity to reward bim foi
the year of suobarnt toil. Now all ia hidden
by a remorseless,, mm derona flood ; and ii
another week these crops, on which the rivet
counties relied so confidently for their support
and wealth, will be but one immense mass ol
steaming, rotting vegetation, sending upon
every breath of air a malaria that will s pre ac
over the entire country, perhaps bringing sick?
ness and want to the already poverty-s tricket
TUESDAY MORNING, JOLT 27, 1869.
The Negro Riot Last Braning
A disgrace has fallen upon Charleston
whichhersons most renumber, and some
da/ wipe oot A party of visitors from a
sister city, who had ooma' to mingle la a
friendly contest with tome of oar own
young ma, have been insulted and assail ed,
at the ?cen? of their well-won triumph, by
an insolent and rio to OJ negro mob. That
the aid of the United States a?idiera should
have been required to shield from violence
at the hands of an infuriated black rabble
the strangers who, aa oar invited guests,
were entitled to the most courteous and at?
tentive hospitalities of the whole comma
nity, is A baning reproach to the pusillan?
imous officials who now maintain the costly
sham of a city government. Hedged in by
Federal bayonets oar Savannah friends
were pursued by hundreds of blacks, howl?
ing and pelt ing them with stones and brick?
bats, from the Citadel Green to the hotel,
from the hotel to the. place of the farewell
entertaiameat, and theaee to the very
wharf where the visitors were to embark
for their hornea. The only" pretext, we be?
lieve, for this shameful disturbance was
that the Savannah party was accompanied
by a band composed, it is understood, of
eelored men, who have refused to affiliate
with the Radical party.
Oar Radical Mayer doubtless thought he
had folly discharged his official obligations
when he blandly assured the two Club H that
he WM "powerless" to quell the riot. We
wonder if it occurred to him that the riot?
ers were the very men who mads him what
he is. Was he not aware that if oar large
and: expensive polios foros waa- indeed
"powerless" to disperse a negro mob, that
he and his party are alone responsible for
Bat? whatever Mayor Pillsbury may say
or do, our people are resolved that such an
outrage as that of last night mast never
again be allowed to occur. Nay, we ven?
tare to, say that had the disturbance been
generally known throughout, the oit j, it
would have had a very different termina?
tion. Charleston has sank low enoagh in
many respects, bat her sons are not yet
ready to be hectored and bullied by ne?
groes. Already oar yoong men are can?
vassing the readiest means of redress for
the mortification they feel so keenly. It is
not improbable that the Savannah boys
may be pressed to repeat their visit at the
expense of their Charleston hosts. What
ever is done, let the black ruffians who
composed the mob laat evening beware.
The events of the twenty-sixth of July will
not soon be forgotten or forgiven.
Aa tm tie Labor.
The proposed in tr od uo ti o a of the Mongol
race aa a laboring element of lbs popula?
tion of the 8outhem States is the great
overshadowing question of the hoar. It is
admHted on all sides that the expected im?
migration mast have a most important bear?
ing Opon oar material future. The press of
the Southwest, aa well as of the seaboard
region of the ootton States generally, either
yield a hearty support to the movement, or
at least preserve a neutral attitude. Bat,
oa the other hand, a few of the ablest and
most influential of the Southern journals
conspicuous among which are the R oh
mond Dispatch and the Augusta Const itu
tionaliat-have ranged themselves in deter
mined opposition to what they c ill "open?
ing the fl lodgates to let in upon us the
"mighty tide of Asiatic barbarism." These
last seem to apprehend that there is dan
ger that the coming Celestials may "crowd
"out" and demoralise some portion, black
or white, of our present population. They
seem to have lost sight altogether of the
vast, though undeveloped eapaoity of the
South for supporting dense populations
Hon. J. W. Clapp, of Tennessee, in his ad
mirable address before the Chinese L ib^r
Convention at Memphis, presents the sta?
tistics of this subject. Assuming, as te
properly does, that the Southern Staten
could, if necessary, maintain a population
as large as China, he shows that Mississippi
would not be overcrowded with 12,000 OOO
of inhabitants, or Arkansas with 14 000,000,
or Tf xis with the enormous number of 74,
Qj^OOO Tin eleven Souia^rn States, if as
densely populated as China, could sustain
190,000,000 of people; or, if Eogland is
taten aa a basia, 262,242,000; or France,
129,313,91?; or Holland, 183,780,000. As
Mr. Clapp forcibly remarks:
"Mow when yon look at this vaet area of un?
occupied and untitled bind, nj there any one so
chimerical aa to think that we are to be over
flooded with lah Dr ? Where is the practical
danger? We could receive immediately.and
prosper six or seven millions ot these labor?
The tendency to immigration from China
will at last be oheoked by the law of sup?
ply and demand. When the Sooth has got
two or three millions of Chinamen at work
in har rioe, sugar and cotton fields, she will
not be anxious to import : many more, at
prices which it will pay contractors to de?
liver them for. The average wages of Chi?
nese laborers in the Sooth will, of ooaree,
decrease as the population of their coun?
trymen inoreaaes, and at but a point will
be reached where the Chinese at home will
not have eoffioiently strong inducements to
emigrate.? in no probable event will the
Chinese swarm over the South, or be nu?
merically superior to the white raoe. As
Chinawomen will not be imported to any
great extent, and amalgamation between
the white or negro raoe and the Mongolian
will be exoeptional and not general? the
probability is that the Chinese population
of the South will not increase very much
beyond the nomber imported. Not multi?
ply ing by natara! laws, bot only by immi?
gration, there is no ground to apprehend
that too many Chinese will quarter in the
Sooth. The trouble will more likely be the
obtaining of Chinese enough at fair rates U
do the work wanted of them.
As to the moral effect of the Asiatio in?
flux, the warnings of the oroakers seem to
os sheer folly or affectatioa. We h ave-^o
fear that the Christianity of oar land will
saooomb to heathenism ; nor, on the other J
hand, are we so sore that the civilisation
of the Cninese, adorned with their admitted
virtues of industry, thrift, temperance and
contentment, would greatly Buffer by com?
parison with oar own. For oar part, until
every ?ore of the seaboard is abundantly
j ?upplied with the cheapest and moat effi?
cient labor, we shall welcome tho coming
of the much-abused pigtails, sad the more
' M ii ta? n t
EL EV EK i H AmroAL RTATOTKNT or TH B TRADE
AND Gosnraaos or CHICAGO for the year end?
ing March 81,1869, reported to the Chicago
Board of Trade.?'
The growth and progress of Chicago bor?
ders on the wonderful, even io this land of
wonders. In 1880, the population of the
Village of Chicago was 70 Ia 1866, it waa
178,900; and ia April, 1869, it waa estima?
ted to be 265,000. In 1888, it shipped 78
bushels of grain; and in 1868, the quantity
of grain exported from Chicago was 67,
896,760 boahela. Nomber of hogs, (live and
dressed,) received the past year, 1,938,596
The Board of Trade has about 1500 mem?
rrVHK COPARTNERSHIP HERETO
X FOBK existing under tbe name of JOH N FBt
t-fc-K & CO. it here"? dissolved by mutual content.
Either partaei will sign the i.ame of th? Arm in
liquidation. THEO. U.W*GNEB.
BtNJ. F. HU ?BK.
" FRE tTK. r AN NINO.
Charleston, 8. G., July il. 1860.
TBE UNDERSIGNED H VFB Ttl .S DAT ASSO?
CIATED th em tel vet together under tie name of
WAGS tR, HUGER A co , lor the transactloa of a
QaMEBtliCOMMISSION bUSI N E-s.
TflBO. D. WAGNER.
BENJ. F. HU 1ER.
Charleston, 8. C, Jul ? 31,1869. July'll
EE M UV A la,-S nt Al SS & VA MC K
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siKEET opposite the Charleston Hotel, formerly
occupied by Messrs. Dewing, Thaye. A Co , wheie
they are offert ug a large and complete assortment i f
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be pulled apart without teasing it. We pay agent*
from $76 to sSOO per ru ?Bi and expen?es, or a com?
mission from wblcb twit* seat amount can be made.
Address, ?8C0VBAC0., PITTSBURG, PA.; ST.
LOUIS, MO., or BOSTON. MASS.
CAUiioN.-Do not be iesposed upon by other
parties palming off wortbhwa east-iron machined,
under the same name or otherwise. . Ours is tbe
only irenuin? and really practical cheap m&hitre
manufactured. 78 M av 4
TU KENT, THE PLEASANTLY SITU?
AI ED TWO AND A HALF BTOKY RESI?
DENCE, No. S Gadsden-street. op po >l te Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
Ju ie 1?_
EB M. ESTATE AGENTS, ANIIOIBEKS
bibing bonnee to rent, can have tbeir Placards,
Ac., printed at the lowest rates and In the newest
and neatest styles or tvpe, at THE NEWS JOB OE
rICE, No. U9 East Bay
FARM IN GHEES VILLE COUNTY.
TWO MILES FhOM 1HE TOWN.-FOB SALE,
l hst valuable and well lo'at od FARM, situate In
Gieenvtile county, South Carolina, on tbe old Pen?
dleton Boad, two miles from the Town of Greenville,
cortainlng 145 aeree of Land, well adapted to the
culture of Wbeas Corn and Provisions; clxty acres
cleared, balance lu welt Umbered land. On tne Farm
there ls a well built and handrome residence, con?
taining eleven rooms, with all requisite outbuild?
ings; fine au extet sive orchards cf trait trees ot 15
varieties of fm..,- spring of water near residence;
large dry well, and other conveniences for a fann y
dearing a tine residence. Fine mountain sceneri
and healthy locality.
For particulars apply to Mr. L. I). D?3AUsSUR K,
Charleston. S. C.; Messrs. i AVID A 8. BADLEY,
Greenville, 8. C., or 1'. 8. HEYWABD, Camden, S. C.
July 27 tu Imo
FUR BILE.-THU HE (3) FX Mt A FIVE
MILCH -10W3 torea'e at CHRISTOPHEh's
LOT, King-street_1*_Jnly 27
FOK SALK. DVB HU ADI! ED Timi S
AND ACRES OF LAND in Kershaw County,
FIFTY VEBY REL EOT FARMS near Camden and
on tbe BaUroad, varying lu size from 150 lo 500 acres
These and adjoioing terms are being taken by our
best cltiaens, end adord every advantage tor health?
ful, romur able an l profitable Harms.
M\NY LARGE AND CHOICE PLANTATIONS,
convenient to market.
-*E*1BABLE RESEDEN JCS in Cam len aud Kirk?
SEVERAL LARGE TRACTS OF WOOD L\SD
A few very VALUABLE sITEs for manufai'torle*.
Address, WM. M. SHANNON,
Attorney at Law, lam Jen. s. C.
Joly 23 D?o Imo*
FIR SALE LOW. A LANGE CHURCH
OEGAN, contai Lina thirty-five S op*.
A SMALL PARLOR ofcGAN, containing four
Stops, in a handsome Rosewood Case. Apply at
JOBN BvKER's ORGAN FACIORY, No. 13 Vau
drn orst-sireet_tt?tn3th_Joly 8
AT rill VATE SALE. THAT PINK
STAND with fixtures for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Bay streets, No. 35. Apply ON
AUCTION EE US, BROKERS, ?ND
others wishing "lor Kale" i laceras, business
Carde, or other Jon Prinriai? executed with neat?
ness and dleiietch, will consult their interest by leav?
ing the. r orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No
149 Eau Bay._
FOK SALK, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any c,mubty. frica 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrappto.' paper that eau be used. Ap
plv at the office of l HE N r WS. March 1
UN'VKUSI.Y OP VIRGINIA.-THE
Scs.von or this Iiistitui'on eo nmcnce* a?on?
an on i be first day ot october, and cDaimi.c-, with?
out interruption, till the lb ur.nl iy prece Jiu? the
four b of JU T enduing
Ihe organizion nf thc Institution ia very com
pie e embracing extensive ?nd thorough cur es
of instruction lu L-IfEKATUHB AND xCIBNCB,
and l i the Probeiion* of Law, Medicine a- d fcngt
be expens? of ibo Acaiemlc or Law Student, ex?
clusive of tbe cos' of text Doaks and clothing sud
pocket money, amount to about $365 per sea
non o' nine monto-; aud of the Engineering or
Me beal Student to asout $305 ot wnleh Hums, re
spectivelv, ?320 or $230 is payable on anmissioo, and
toe Dulan, e in 1 he progrets ol the *e?io n.
For details send for ca'?louue
P O., ..UiuVrsity of Virglnii."
8. MAU PIN.
July 24 Imo Chairman ol the Faculty.
A S II I V G T ? V COLLEGE,
PRESIDENT, GENERAL lt. E. LEE,
AIDED BT A FOLL COBBS OF PBOFESSOES.
THE KSXr ?ES-I1N OPEN- SEPTEMBER ICTH,
1869, and >-lo-es Jut e ?Sib, 18T0
In ad-ii.lon-o the rein-lar Collegiate ''ourse, tbe
Pro cs-ioual -cbool- ot Law and civil and Mtniug
Englnecr<ug, ar.- lu tull opriati"n ?
.Necessary ?xpen-e? from 1300 to f375.
For catalog ie, address J M. LEE^H.
July 19 Imo Clerk of Faolty.
MEET TO-NIGHT AT HALF-PAST- EIGHT
By order. /uly 27
CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF COM?
THE MEMBERS OF TBE CHAM BEB AHE P?B
11 ULA li LY requested to attend a special
nu e'lng THIS TAT, at the HaU of the old State Bank,
omer East Bay and Broad streets, at Twelve
o'clock M., on business of Importance.
By order of the President P. J IHR BOT,
'uly 27 Secretary.
GRANITEVILLE MANUFACTURING STOCK.
Apply to HUOER ft BAVEN EL,
Joly 27_tnths3_No. 66 Fast Bay.
ANTED-14500 TO $3000,
FOB A SHORT P.Ohlib, SECURED BT BOND
and mortgage on Heal Estate i -. the etty. Apply at
THU OFFICE._1 _July 27
|^ A IV K K It S , ?
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of aoy description, cn get their oiders
filled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay.
Sotte tn J?n?rnptri).
Itt THE DIttTRIC* COURT OF THE
UNITED si A lEe, FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH C'AEOLINA-IN THE MATTER OF THOS.
W. GOD BOLD, BANKHUPJg-IN BANKBOPTCT,
To whom it may ecnurn: TWkt undersigned hereby
piv- s notice of his appointment as Assignee ot
' H ? M A -> W. GODBOLD, in the District o'Marfor,
and State of South Carolina within said District,
who baa been adj ad 7 ed a bankrupt upon his own
petition by the Dis riet Court of satd District
Dated the 16th day of July, 1860.
Jaly 27_tu8_A. H. FORD, Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THU
UNITED STATES FOB THE DISTRICT OF
?OUI H CAROLINA-IN THE MATTES OF W. W.
HiR LEE, BA NE RU T-TN BANKRUPTCY.-To
whom it may etneern: The undersigned hereby
gives notice of bis appointment as Assignee of WIL?
LIAM W H A BL LEE, in the District of Marion and
Mate of >oath Carotina within said District, who has
been adjudged a ban km ct upon his own petition
by the District Court of said District
Dated the 16th day of July, 1869.
July 27 tu3 A. H. FORD, Assignee.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organised la 1839.
' ALL POLICES N0N-F0RFEITABLE,
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFITl PEB CENT.
Polices ira Toree.* 45,001?.OOO
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 500,000
, OFFICERS, .
If. H-PtCKHiM, President.
WM. T. BOOKER, vice-President
L. McADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
O.A. FUDiCK.AB, Superintendent
Hon. Jons A. Dix, New York.
Hoo.fanas Saaras, Firm of Harper St Bros., ex
Mayor New Tork.
JOHN J. CRAKE, President Bank Republie.
Wat. M. VERMILTE, Banker (VennUye ft Co.)
CHASO. ROCKWOOD, Cash er Newark Banking Com*
Hon. GEORGE OFDXXE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOROAK, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney ft Co.
BFJW. B.sHEBtAir, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar Refining Coxpauy.
A ABOS" ABHOLD, Firm of Arnold, Con liable ft Co.
EICUABD H. BOWNE, Wetmore ft Bowne, Lawyers.
It. V. HAUOHWOUT, Finn E. V. Baughwoat ft Co.
WM WILSENS, Firm or W. Wilsen* ft Co.
JcLies H. PRATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant.
CHAS J. MARU, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CCTLEB, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Firs Insur?
JOHN O. SHE-iwoonTTark Place.
?'ALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Pith Arenud and
El WAH n H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COG-WELL, Merchaat. ' *
G UN ER iL AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. REEN3TJEBNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGEN T FOR CHARLESTON.
t me* No. 265 King-street,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
Authorized Ca pi ml..?500,000
FIRE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
and distinct by charter. $10 J,OOO paid into the In?
surance Department of Georgia according to law
for the benefit of the assured in this Company,
stockholders wealthy and responsible gentlemen of |
A purely Southern Company, allowing only six
per cent, of its earnings to the Mockholder.-? ; the
rest o f (be profita divided among the Policyholders
oa the c ntubution plan.
Ure Department lias been in euece'sful opera?
tion for six months, aod has already accumulated
Lite Department in full and successful operation,
and vieing wita old compauies in its success.
All of its Polte?8 uon-tot fcttaWe. and of every
description of Lift and Endowment, toguibcr with
un aui.uity table and rei urn premium plau.
No rstncti'juB upon trave', place of re.-idt.ucc or
cccu patio J.
Women insured on same terms as men.
Loans half cf Its premiums. No notes taken.
W. J. LAWTON, President.
J. C. McBCRNhY, vice-President
B. J. LIGHTFOOT, secretary.
C. F. MoCAY. fonsU.utlDg Acuary.
P. H. WRIGHT, Examining Physician.
This Company it now prepared to take risks either
in the Fire or Lite Dei artments, and so'ieits a (-hare
ol the patromgc ol'the eily and Sta'e.
J. G. HOL HHS, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Local an i Travo.Hug Agents waot?d in all aarts ot
the Ma e. Liberal commissions allowed. Applica?
tif ns ti be mad- to J. G HOLMES, Jr., General
Apent, No 35 Broad-s'reet, Charlton, S. 0.
July 21 ?A3 w?m
A CARD. *
Ol FICE Nc. 197 EAiT BAY.
Ju1y ll Imo
fJIVRKKY 8 ll OUT IMG
To-Morrow, the S8th of July,
There will be
SHOOTING FOB TURKEYS AND DANCING
AT MOUNT PLEASANT.
Tickets fl for Shooting and Dancing. Apply for
tickets ai J. H. HAPPOLDT, No. 119 Meebos-Btreet;
A. D LOB t? ST Z, No. 133 Meetln%-street, and E. P.
TOBCE, corner East Bay and Queen streets..
Extra boat One o'clock. Shooting will commence
at bali put One o'clock P. M. B. 1IENCEEN.
A GKA.tD TABLEAUX AtXHln-ITlOli
Will be giren at MILITARY HALL, under the i
pices of the
ASHLEY FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
To commence on
Monday Evening, 36th Instant,
And continue for ten successive nights.
Admirion only 25 cents. Children 15 cents
Tickets can be procured at the door.
J he patronage cf the public is most respectfully
solicited, as tbe Committee has pledged themselves
to spare no pains in making thia one of (he mott
attractive entertainments of the season. Refresh?
ments at city prices.
Doors open at 7. Performance begins at half-past J
8 o'clock. Change cf performance each evening.
S.E. GB INT, Leader.
T. S. DENNIS SON,
Joly 26 Chah man Committee.
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^1 MliLESTO.X AU RIC U LT U lt AL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORK.
A GR 1 CUL I URAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDE!.
ELL ER BE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. PING RF-' E.
Nc. HO Meeting-street, charleston.
March 24 6mo
(fitamirs traft ?lnttUutm.
1 rw CASK A BT A 3s' PINT POR 1: EB *
L\J 25 barr?is Plantation Syrup
100 boxea Lr soon Syrup
50 caaea OLret -St. Julian."
20 caaea Champagne Cider and Lager Beer
Landing this dav and tor ?ale at low rater by
J. K. HEATH,
No. 106 East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
Joly 27_ ._. 1
O AA FIRST QUALITY NEW YOBK SPIRIT
On consignment ar.d for sale by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
Joly 27_ NOB. 153 and 155 Eaat Bay.
SWEET ORANGES AND YERY
CHEAP LE MOXS.
LEMON', 50 CENTS A DOZEN: ORANGES??
and 75 cents a dozen, In fine order, joel arrived
by steamer Magnolia, at M. N. KLEIN'S
July 27 1? Fruit Store, No. 389 King-street ?
0 AAA BUSHELS PRIME WESTERN WHITE
OUUU AND BALTIMORE CORN, per steam?
ers Magnolia and Sea GuIL
For tale by J. N. TEDEMANN A CO.
C. li. SIDES, SHOULDERS, M0
Cl A HHDS. 8TBI0TLY PRIME C. E. SIDES
&\J AND SHOULDER*, O and L brand
10 bbds No. 2 shoulders
5000 pounds Chi Ice Sa t ar- cured S tr pa
30 b?rrela Prime Syrnp
?0 barrels Extra quality White Wine sud Cider
20 barrels Bump Pork.
Landing and for sale by
July 26 2 LAUREE A AtEXANDEB.
CORNI CORN! *
1 ?T AA BUBB ELS CHOICE WHITE CO BM,
10UU landind ex Bea Gull. For sale by_
July 26 a_g. M. BUI LEE.
OKi? A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MILLING
40\JU COBN. per Balbmoro steamer
3500 bushels Prime White Western Corn per New
10C0 bushels Prime Feeding Oats
250 bales Prime Eastern Bay
500 Ules Prime North River Hay.
For sale by WE<T * JONES,
Jnly 2? _No ? East Bay, fr
KA AA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE AND
DUU'J WESTERN WHITE CORN, ex-BteatC
ers MagnoUa and Sea Gull.
?50 bales Prime EA8TEBN HAY
400 bales Prime North River Hay.
For sale by JOHN CAMDEN A CO.
ALOT OF CYPRESS POST8 AND PLANKS;
Also, a lot Of ASH PLANKS, 8 and 4>i inches
tuick, nov landing by Steamer Marion on Mar?
shall's Wharf. . J. MARSHALL, Jr.
H. & H. W. CATHERWPOD'S
EXTRA FIN*. PURE OLD
IN OBDEB TO FACTI TT ATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUB PUBE OLD MONONGAHELA BYE WHIS?
KIES to our former numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Mesara. H. GERDTS A
CO. our Agent?, wbo by tbls arrangement, are en*
abled to supplylhe trade at prices which alli Insure
satisfaction. H. A H. W. CATHEBWOOD. St.
-o- , +
. . H. d( H. W. CATHERWOUOO'S ,
EXTBA FINE PUBS OLD >
?T fi BARRELS OK THE ABOVE FAVORITE
OKf WHISKIE-". consisting of X, XX. XXX, XXXX.
and NECTAR and CABINET BBANDS, and also pf
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. G KED TS A CO.,
Jnr.e 12 slnth3mo_No. East Bay.
SUGAR AND MOi ASSES.
A i* HH S. CHOICE PORTO BICO SUG1B
'iO 50 bbls. choloe Porto Bloo Sujir
50 bbds Muscovado Sugtff
100 hhds. Cuba Molasses
50 bbl g Cub* Molasses
10 bhds. Porto Bico Molasses.
For sale In lots to suit purchasers, by
W. P. HALL,
July 7_wslmo Brown A co.'s Wharf.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE, WHOLE?
SALE AND REI AIL, by Dr. H. BABB, No.
WOLF'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Foutz' Horse and Cattle Powders
Winslow's Sbotbing Syrup
Perry Davis' Painkiller
Mellon Mustang Linament
Peery's Dead Shot, Ac Ac., Ac,
June 26 _?tnth
$100 PER D^Y DISCONTINUED
HAVING OBTAINED AN EXTENSIVE AND
widespread sale for ? 'o EN ru KY" brand of
Fine Cut Clewing Tobacco, w? desire to announce
that we shall not pack daily $100 in the email tin?
foil papers after this date, July lat, its merits being
so favorably recognised that this inducement is no
lor ger necessary. To avoid misapprehension, how?
ever, we would add that we shall continue to pack
orders for elegant MEERSCHAUM PIPES in our
"Yacht Club" and "Eureka" branda of Smoking
The "Yacht Club" is devoid of Nicotine, and can
net injure the health, and ls especially r<-c.minetra?
ed to people of sedentary occupations or nervous
constitutions. . .
' Ibo trade are Invited to send for circulars.
July 17_stutblmo_New York.
AT NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE
WANTED TO PURCHASE* 10,000 BUSHELS
CHOICE Wflt-AT. and wul pay New York,
and Bal'imore prices, according to quality.
July 22 lhsto6 JNO. CAMPSEN A CO.
47) f\ f\ ft BUSHELS BL ACE PEAS, SUITABLE
.jill "1/ for seed and teed i. g for sale by
July 24_T.J. EEBBA CO.
QAAA BUSHELS WESTERN WHITE CORN,
OUUv sllgntly heated. For tale, at a low
price, by T. J. KEBB A CO.
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, most de id mb and healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Ice Cream,
Griddlecakes, Sonne, Ac, put up inl rt. pack
agee, with directions for use.
Deeiceat-d Cocoanut, for Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
Ac, put np in half th. packages, w. tb directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in hair pmta. pints
and qivarts. . i i.
Cider and White Wine Vlnegtr, warranted pure
Fresh Boasted Kio Coffee, of good quilty, at 35c.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPERA i TVB GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corm r Meeting and Market streets,
goods delivered tree._May 28
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAL. BY*
Dr. H. BABB.
June 28 No. 1 ll Meeting-street.
rrtllE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE,
WILLCOX ?SB GIBBS'.
SILENT SE WI i G MACHINE.
THIS MACHINE STANDS THUS FAR TJNRI
VALLtD as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
has taken the place of over forty double thread ma.
chines in this city. Reliable Agents wanted in all
large (owns in the State.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 KING-STREET,
Willcox A Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLES, OIL, SILK, Ac, constantly on hand.
REPAIRING ss usual. ttutbly Mayl
1LLIS ?Si CH1SOLA1.
FACTOBS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILT. ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Uoue-tle Ports) ot
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER ?No NA VAL STORER,
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston -^O
g. WILLIS.e. R. CHlSUiM.