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X E ir s SUMMARY.
-JGtoldat NowV?r?fyeBicrdty plosed at 35|.
-At New York cotton closed steady. Sales
-Tue Liverpool cotton mamet closed a
abade eas cr, hut prices were unchanged.
- A cargo of slaves bas recently been lauded
at Colorado Key for a Unban planter.
-Bims Floreuc9 McCarty, a native of Jack?
son, Mi.-s., bas been appointed telegraph ope?
-Of the eighty-four steamers which ply be
tweeu Amenca and Europe, bat five are owned
by American companies.
-Hbo nomination or a "Seymour and Blair"
ticket at NdahvOle bas thrown a damper on
the ardor of tbe Banter BepublicanB.
-The French Cable Company will regularly
bpen busidesa on the 5th, with a redaction of j
twenty pet cent, on the present Atlantic cable
-Both the Oxford and Harvard crews are
now i>? active practice, preparatory to the in?
ternational race. Batting is two to one in
favor or the Oxford.
-Sooth A tue* ?can news is cheerful. They
have emalinox at Valparaiso, yellow fever at
Bio, ear th quakes near Iqulque and Arequipa,
?od the Isl uga volcano ia again in action.
-The Spanish Regent, in his speech to the
new American Minister, General Sickles, said
that "President Grant could not have made a
more grateful selection to the Spanish people."
But bo did not say why.
-Twenty-four thousand dollars were stolen
from the sate in the treasurer's office of the
United States arsenal at Philadelphia Friday
night. The sale was uninjured by the Opera?
tion, and "thereby bangs a tale."
-James B. Butts, formerly Surveyor-Gene?
ral of Georgia, died in Macon last week, after
a f:. w hours' illness, of bilious colic At the
_time of his death he was supposed to be one of j
th* largest land-owners in Georgia.
-Several American gentlemen, who seem to
? disappoint xl in Washington, have
i arrested in Mexico on a charge or |
complicity with Lopes and others in a con?
spiracy against the public treasury of that re?
public. Their trial is now gang on.
-The New York Post, of Saturday, savs :
?.Came Aufterbeld, aged twenty-two years,
was torribi v btmsoA Sase wooing by tho nvpln.
. sion or a kerosene lamp in Houston-street.
The place wasseton fire. She lingered only
abo it two hours* when she died in great
-Among the visitors at the White Sulphur
Springs Virginia, are Generals 8. B. Buckner,
of Louis villa; A, B. Lawton, of Georgia; Ma?
gruder, of Baltimore; Lilly, of Virginia; Bishop
Wilmer, of Louisiana; Admiral Smith, Sur
geon-Gener il Barnes, and the families of the
Prussian Minister at Washington, and the
French Consols at Charleston and Savannah.
, -Forney has received a letter written for
his ''Press," from Columbia, 8. C., in which
Ina writer says: "There has been some talk
among the Republicans as to who shall be
nominated for the next elee ion. F. J. Moses,
Jr., will try aud satisfy his ambition by becom?
ing Lientenant Governor. No one but Scott ie
spoken of for Governor. Sawyer is not at all ?
popular with bis party here; and although s po- j
ken of aa a Conservative candidate, in opposi?
tion to Scott, neither Democrats nor Radicals
favor the idea."
- -The Betormed Church in New York have
been very fort?nate in their real estate trans?
actions. They rented the old church in Nas?
sau-street tor a postof?oo, and for many years
drew a rent fur $20.600 per annum. Then they
sold it for $2?s?000 and bought six lots in Fifth
avenue for $30 000, which are worth $200.000.
They si-o bought, about thirty years ago, four
lota in Lafayette place, on wh.oh they also J
built a ouurotf. For these lots they paid
$10.000. 1'hey now ask $400 000, and will prob?
ably get their pr i oe.
-Two New York ladies stopped their car
. Tinge on a croesin*. One went into a store and
the other remained in the carriage. Two gen?
tlemen w.shing to oross the street ordered the
ooachmau to novo on. The lady in tbe car
. riage told bim not to stir. On this one of the
gentlemen opened the coach door, and with
hos boots aud spurs stepped through the car?
riage. He was followed by bia companion, to
the extreme d.soomposure of the lady within
as well as the lady without. To com pie te tbe
jest, a p irty of sailors coming up, and relish?
ing the joke, scrambled through tbe carriage.
. -Ben. Pittman, the famous phonographer,
has Just returned to Cincinnati from reporting
the Verger trial at Jackson, Mies. He says
that it was by all odds the most interesting
?and bor ugh he ever reported. The defence
had en aged the best medical talent in the en?
tire South to prove Verger insane, and nothing
could be more elaboiative and exhaustive than
the efforts to establish that plea. Mr. Pittman
believes 'hot if be bad been tried before an v jury
in the country it would bave acquittea Ver?
ger. As it is. be believes that tbe military
commission found him guilty and sentenced
-bim to death.
I?5?*? noticed some days since that it was
propose i to establish at Macon a fertilizer and
guano nm>u'ac orv. Toe Ti legraph sayj it.
has aireadv been foi med, and it is proposed to
put at the head of it General William S. Holt, a
man IM well-knowa financial and executive
ability, and a planter, as well as president of j
the Souroweatern Railroad, lt is proposed,
also, to make that well known agriculturist,
chemist and planter, Dr. E. i. Pendleton, of |
Sparta, inspector of the works. A considera?
ble amount of stock io this enterprise has
already been taken by many of tho leading
men of Macon.
-A queer incident occurred "under the lin?
den." in Frankfort, some weeks ago. A bride?
groom was missing when the marriage pro?
cession fumed, and aller a locgeoaich was
discovered in the top of a linden tiee The
guests, the bride and ber father all asscinb ed
beneath it beseeching bim to come down, but
he won d net and did not, until the father-in
law that was co be had drawn up and signed a
settlement transferring cortain lands o tue de?
linquent groom. The settlement bad long
been agreed upon.bn: had tx co deferred again
ind agatu, until finally the canning groom
took the a -ove m9tbod of obtain ng it. A ter
ttat WCB done ?.ll went off smoothly. The
groom descended from his perch, kissed the
tears from the cheek of the Bobbing bndj, aod
gallantly led her to the altar.
-A New York reporter who has been admit?
ted to the presence of the Chinese giant, now
sojourning in that city, says : He was dressed
in a long noising lobe, and seemed quito at his
ease as he ate some nuts after his dinner. A
lady dressed :n European style was introdncod
as Mrs. Chang, and she is a very fair specimen
of t.ie Chinese tjpe of beauty, a really baud
some woman, with ea-y and unaffected lean
uer, who looked with a certain amount of
wonder ou tho "man who makes the papers,"
as she called our roporter. At length. Parlett
said that there was a representative of the
New York press with Mr. Chang, and as the
giant rose to his full height, and as he stretch?
ed out his hand in the most affiblo manner,
bis toceruig stiucture became fully apparent,
and was enough to fill any ono with a kind of
awe. But auy sentiment of this nature was
quickly dispelled as Chang walked about the
room chatting in English aod French (both of
which latauages be speaks remarkably well.)
His face is of tho Cninese or Mongolian type,
but has a pleasing and gracious ef pression.
Be said be was going back to China across the
Continent by the Pacific Railroad, but that he
intended to spend nome months in New York
and other cities ot America.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1869.
> cot i's Tactic?-V A CW .Uannuvrr.
An extraordinary freak of our versatile
and eccentric Governor has just been
brought to light through the instrumental?
ity of a bill in equity filed in the Court of
Common Pleas for Laurens County, in be?
half of the President and Direotora of the
Bank of the State of South Carolina against
the Laurens Railroad Company and others.
The bill complains that at a sale, nader an
execution at law, of the rolling stock of the
Laurens Railroad Company, (that corpo?
ration being inaolvent, and the State and
the bank being both heavily interested as
creditors in the disposition of its assets,)
"a locomotive was sold and knocked off to
..Ai? Excellency Robert K. Scott, not in hit
"oficial character as Governor, but to hil? at
"an individual, and that the agent, one Jo?
seph Crews, who acted for the purchaser,
"has proclaimed that he meant to remove the
"taid locomotive, regardless of the para?
mount liens of the State and the bank,
"both liena being perfeoted long anterior to
"the judgment under which the locomotive
"waa sold." The complainants therefore
pray that writs of injonction may issue re?
straining Governor Soott and his agent,
Crews, from removing the locomotive or
any other movable property of the com
pany, of whioh they may hare become the
purchasers. . This is one side of the story.
The answer of Attorney General Chamber?
lain, representing the interests of the State
in the matter, sustains each and all of the
allegations contained in the bill, and more?
over explicitly charges that "the purchasers
.?'under said tale (Scott and Crews) are now
"dstifinina and contriving to renton* and dis
"pott of taid property to pw -hosed " The
Attorney General, therefore, joins in the
prayer for the injunction.
What does all thia mean ? Ia it possible
that the Governor of South Carolina, bound
as he is to look after and proteot her inter?
ests, has taken advantage of his office to
bay, on bia individual account, peraonal
property upon which he knew that the State
holds a lien, and that he ia seekirg to re?
more such property beyond the jurisdiction
of her courts ? Thia, it seems to ns, is the
statement of faota whieh we have upon the
authority of the Attorney General himself.
Is the Governor not satisfied with his smart
speculations in stocks and bank bills, and
his liberal dabbling in railroad contr?ete,
that he mast also try his hand at the loco?
motive buainess ? Will ?'Veritas" tell us ?
The Confederate Debt.
We stated a few weeks ago that the Im?
perialist, published in New York, in the
interest of the "bloated bondholders," ad
vocated the payment of the Southern war
debt. Ia ita issue for July 81, it publishes
a communie ition strongly condemning such
a view The correspondent remarks : "If
"we are to pay the debt of the South? why
"not pay for their negroes and their other
"losses ? Would it not be aa just ? What
"claim have they on government ?"
"Just so;" replies the Imperialist. "That's
"oar opinion. Will our friend tell aa what
"sort of a thing 'government' is that it
"should owe anything to amy body ? What
"ia government ? Ia it an entity ? Has it
"a oonaoience-a heart ? Haa it-our own
"especially-a probable future atate ? We
"think not. Gar view ia that national debts
"are due by the people themselves, and not
"by the machinery by which they are gov
"erned. It ia true enough that the people
"of the North hare no obligation to pay the
"debt of the 8oath, though it might be
"wise for them to aaaame such. Nor have
"the people of the South, exoept as one of
"the misfortunes of their defeat, any part
"in toe d bt of the Uaim; and yet it would
"be wofully unwise foi . - >m to advocate its
"repudiation. Their own iebt ought not,
"of course, to be paid 'at ita face,' since for
"the greater part of it no ?value received'
??was ? ver obtained, and ila present holders
"gave nothing at all fur ii; but a proper ad
' jus'ment might be arrived at. As to the
"slaves, all their value m ty ba fairly looked
"upon as ?property destroyed by the war,'
?'and the South has as good a claim to oom
"pensation for losses reoeived io battle or
"in siege. They fairly rinked all that when
"they took np arma. The mere burning of
"any man's house, however, does not liqui?
date any just mortgage thereon-aor does
"it extend the mortgage over any other
"man's boase "
Of course, the meaning of all thia, if, i nd? ed,
it can be said to have any real, earnest
import, is, that the good people of the Uuited
States, Seuth as well as North, must be
thoroughly indoctrinated into the belief,
that repudiation of the national debt is the
Unpnrdonable Sin. The South now bids
fair to hold before long the balance ef politi?
cal pow?-r. and as it is co*, unreasonable to
suppose thu a repudiation party m i gb-,
from oae cause and another, ooaot many
adherents among the people 0f the South?
ern States, and as comparatively few if
tueie government securities are held here,
the organ of (he "bloated bondholders"
deems it necessary to attempt to bauabooz?e
the good people of the Sooth, and talk about
paying our war debt, oot "dollar for dol?
lar," bot OD aa "equitable adjustment," ?c.
Toere may be some among us simple
enough to swallow such a bait, though we
confess we know of none such. Our readers,
however, will be amused to observe these
imperial and financial developments, aad
for this reason, and not because we attach
any importance to these hypoorital lucubra?
tions, we have noticed the passage given
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April 21_No. 161 K'NO-STREET.
wishing to employ Isrge or small numbers of
CRINESE LABOBERS, ira y make the n ere ary
arran cement-) for pro.-url n 2 gang? of sis . required,
delivered ba any part of the countrvs by apo ilea Hon
to KOOPMAN aCHAAP, San Fransisco, california
llTAfSTKD-AOK.VTS-TD SE Ll THE
VT AMERICAN ENI i TING MACHINE. Price
$35. Tb? simplest, cheapest sndheat Knitting Ma?
chine-ever invented. Will knit 28,000 stitches P T
m?rate. Liberal inducements te-A ganta. Address
A MEAT! AN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Boston, Mass., or St. Lents, Mo.
WANTED, EVE tl Y BODY TO KNOW
that JOB PBINTING of all kinds, plain and
ofhameutal, is executed promptly in the neatest
-ty]? and at the lowest New lock pri es, at I BX
.N*ws Job Office, No. 143 EAsX BAT Cull and ex?
amine the seale of prices betone gulag your orders
WA.VTKD. AGE VT? VORTHE A M K RI?
CAN PAKMEBS' HORSE BOOK, ID both Eng
] Uah and German, by Robert stewart, V. M., ol Miss,
j i he work covers the whole ground at the breeding
3 and raisin;;, and the treatment OJ howes and mules,
j bo'.h in sietneis and health. It ba* won its wuv to
' popular favor, and is to-day the most popular and
.; best yelling Horse Book oat. Ad dre.-s 0. P. VEN ,
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. gmo* March 13
WANTED- A GE HTS-|*STOB*U0 PEI*
month, everywhere* male and re??ale, to in?
troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY SAWING MACHINE Ibis m:
chine wilt at tch. hem, feil, tuck, quilt, cor.i, bind,
braid and emt rotder in a most superior manner
P. ice only S18. Fully warranted for five years. We
will pay tlOOO tor anv machine that will aa-w a
stronger, more beautitul. or n ore clarile seam tuan
ours. It tnate? tue ' E lastic Lock stitch" Every
second turn eau be cut, and still the cloth cannot
be pulled apart with-mt tearisjg it We pu agent*
from $73 to ?200 per month and expenses, or a com?
mission trom which t AT e thst amount caa be made.
Address, SECOMB A CO., PITTSBURG, PA.; ST.
x-oni-i. MO., or iso - ros. MARM.
CAU I ION'.-Do not be imposed upon by other
parties palming off worthless cus-Iros machines,
under tho ?arno name or otherwise. Ours ls the
only genuino and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 Mav 4
TO RENT, MOUSE No. 8'?X SMITH"
street; POSS THOU given on the 8th instant. To a
good tenant rent will be low. Apply to HENRY
UETJEN, No. 4 Marion street 1* Aug us 4
TO HE VT, THE THREE UPPEIt
STORIES of the ADGER BUILDING, each
floor forming a flue hall, bel?g 95 feet deeu and 54
feet wide with a bold entrance ou King-street; will
be flited up to amt any purpose for walch they mav
be desired. Apply to J. L. M >SES, Collector and
Beal Estate Agent, No. 34 Broad-street,
TO KENT. THE PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF STOUT HESI
Df NCE. No. 5 Gadsden-street. opposite Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLE il ON STEAM SAW MILL.
BE \L K.ST ATE A GE \ TS, ANO OTHERS
having bouses to rent, can have their Plac irds,
Ac, printed at the lowest rates and In the newest
and neatest stvles of tvpe, at THE NEWS JOB OF
1ICE, No. 140 East Ray
FOK SALE, D?B No. 1 HOUSE ; ONE
good Butcher Cart, with Harness; on- 'I wo
boree Wa-on; one Dray. L.-quire at No. G18 SING*
S IRE lt*-._6*_August 4
FOK SALK. OVE HUNDie ED THOUS?
AND ACRES OF LAND in Kershaw County,
FIFTY VkRY SELECT EA UM > nesr Camden and
on tbe hail road, varying in tiae from 150 to sou acres
These and adjoining tarma are being taken bv uur
best citizens, and udord every advantage tor hcaltb
Iui. comi< r able aad profitable larras.
M*NY LAROO. ANO CHOICE PLANTATIONS,
convenient to market
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES in Camden and Kirk?
(SEVERAL LARGE TRACTS OF WOOD UND
A few very VALUABLE sITE* for manufa"tories.
Address, WM. M. su AN NON,
* Attorney at Law, camden, s. c.
July 23 sac Imo*
AUCTION KB KS, B KOK ERM, A fi D
others wishing "for Sale" i-lac ards, Business
Cards, or other Jo? Printing executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult their luterest by leav?
ing ibex orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay._
TpOK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
JO any ?uasuty. Price TB cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapping paper that ctn be used. Ap?
ply at the offlre of THE N EWS. March 1
EDUCATIONAL.-MADA 'IK A. (1IR\BD
ami Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ALEXANDER are de
ur,ms of devoting son-e portion ot ibe sommer ?a
rat'on-August and september-to Private In? ruc
rion in Enotlsb, French, German, Mathematics and
tue Classics. L-ssous will be viren either a (heir
reaidpn-e, No. lt 'OMIS i-s'lREKi.orst he homes
of the pupils. For teran, Ac, apply as above.
August 2_ mwf3
yy ASHINGTON COLLEGE,
PRESIDENT, GENERAL B. E. LEE,
AIDED ur A TULL COUPS OF PROFESSORS.
THE NEXTSES'TON OPENS SEPTEMBER 10TH,
1869, and ?loses Jm e 25ib, 1870.
In addition io the regular Collegiate Course, the
Pro'essional schools ot Law and Civil and Mining
Euglneermg, are lu lullopeiati?n.
Necessary expeosrs. from 1800 to f 375.
For catalogue, address J M. LE BOB,
July 19 imo Clerk of faculty.
UNIVKKSIfY OK VIKGIMA.-THE
Sermon of this Icstlruiton eo umences annu
aii on the first day ot october, snd continues, with?
out interruption, till thu thursday prece un g i he
four h of Ju y cunning
ihe orgauiz <tiOD <>f (he Institution is very com
ple e. embracing extensive und ihoriujh C'-ur-cs
of instruction i.i L-IlEKVTUKB AND SCIENCE,
and I-i thj Pr oft ?dion* ot Law. Medioine a-id fcugt
. bc t xpense of ihc Acalemlc or Law Student, ex?
clusive of tho eos'of i-it nooks and Clotuing aud
pocket money, amount to about $;i65 per SCM
t-ion o' niue montu.-; aud ol tbe Engineering or
Me heil Sludeut tc aooat i3.?3 ot ? ai -a "Urns. i e
apoeUveh, ?230 or I2 i0 ia payable ou auroiseioii, uuu
mu onlau c iu the pr.i^r.;-e ot the cession.
For details fend torca alogue
P 0-, "I uiv roley of Virginia."
S. MAD PIN.
July 24 Imo Chairman ot the Facult?.
LiSOK\HK LO DG F-, ITo. 70. A. F JV.
m? Tl B MONI BLT COM MONICA LION OF
-Jt?^Tandi. arr Lodge, No. 76, A. F. M. will
/C/Tb,: held at the Masonic Hall Tins Err. s ruo.
/ ? Nat E'ght o'look. Members will take due
notice and govern tbe selves accord in? ly.
Candidates (or F. C. Degn e will attend.
''y ?rder of W M
Auras*. 4_W. H. PRIOLEAU, Secretary.
( Hlld.KSlin UtMRI) OK Tlttn .
THE REGTLAR MONTHLY Mn-TING OF 1 HF.
Board will be h<-ld at tiubt o'clock, IBIS t W
NI?O, at ibo Hibernian Hall.
By order ot the President.
Angu<t4_H BABB. Peeretary.
CKAHLESTUN STBAAI FIRE COM PA KY
OF ASM EN.
mHEMONlUI.Y >iEt?iiMi OF Y. Ult t OMPA >Y
J will b? held at Market Ila.I, I HIS i. VENI.NO. at
By order. F.J OREEN.
August 4 Sacn ta-y.
Uti THIIK Jt?'?KH HMfKMSl CKT
ITUNE EX RA VfcBAAM tl LIING DlfeElt Ol?
li brLL-CHAFT wi>d Hetit.- Abond d>n 4'li MI
gtt?t n- 8 uhr In Local?-de-? Herrn KyMinhacn, tu
st Plum,'* atr.is'c stutt Auden, tito Mitglieder sind
z hlreirb eingeluoeu. HENRY YDU^O.
A Tl END REGULAR MEETING THIS rVK
j\_ NINGA ot half-past Klgut o'clock preclse'y.
I5y orJar . August 4
COTTO\ A VD HICE FV Tine.*.
AN ADJOURN ED MEETING oF CHE COTTON
nu i Rice Factors, In receive tte R<M ort of tho
hucoial ( omroitice aprnlnted at DIM last im o lu,
will bc held at tbe efl! <. of M?ss s. r'rasei A Dill,
luis DAT. i ii instant, ut i wive o'c ock ll.
August 4 !
Ilota tn p?nftrnptnj.
I* THE ni ?Titit T C 'UKT OK THU
UM I ED 8. A i . S, FoRSOUIH CAUOLINA
JUIY TERM. 1869 - IN Td li MATTER OF R.
B. RHETT, OFCHAHLES ON, BANKHUPT.
PKiinuH yoa FULL AND FINAL DH
OH AHOI- IN BANKHUPT'Y-0-<fsref, 'I dat \ hear?
ing lie had on the EIOHTEEKTB OAT or October,
A. P. IS'iO. at Federal courthouse iu Obare?iou. ti
C. ; and that all creditors Ac, of said Bankrupt ap?
pear at ?uii ti mc aud ida e, aud ehow cause, it ?nv
they euri, wUv the prayer ol tho petitioner Fhonld
not i e wranted.
By ord roi the Court, the 27th dav of July. 18C9.
DANIEL HOB BECK,
Clerk of the ristrict Court of tbo United - tites tor
j-o'.i'h carolina. w2 August 4
Iv Trf*C DISTRICT COURT OK TOE
UNI LED ?' ATES FOR SOUTH CAROLINA*
JULY 1 ERM, 1809.-IN I Hti MVIThK OF J HOS
E. SORKVK-N, OF BEAUFORT COUNTY, BANK
B?PI.-PETITION FOR FUL'. AND FINAL I
DInCHARGbl IN BANKKUPTGY.- Ordered, That a |
hearing bk had on the XWF.N IIEZB OAT or AUOUHT, A.
D 1860,,at Federal Courthouse >o Greenville, 8 C.;.
and that.all creditors, Ac, of. said Bankrupt appeau
at said time and place, aud ?how cause, it any th. y. |
can, why the prayer of the j.e'i?ioner should not be
By order of the Court, the 20th day of Jul?. 186*1
Clark of the District Caart of the U. s. for H. 0.
July?2* . w2;
J> K O O K. Il; Y ff
LITE INSUEANCE COMPANY.
A newts over.$1.30e;<MM>
ISSUkS ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES Divid ndi annu.liy io cash.
Onlv Company bavins, the Definite Guaranteed sur
'render-Value Plan Policies wond-wide. Second to
Ino Company tn thc-Umttd States lor slahilily, ?be
I rall ty and ectfnomy.
Offlce No. 141 broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN W. BOUCHA president.
WK. M. COLE, Secretary.
State Agency No. 35 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents waaled throughout
Apply in parson or bv letter to
JAMES G. IIOL.MKS. Jr..
General Agent toe South Carolina.
July 12 mwf Cmos
Life and Saiii.irs Insurance Co.
A's. 4 MARYLAND BUILDINGS, BALTIMORE.
DB. WM. M. POT. Medical Examiner.
THOMAS E. COURTENAY, Manager.
BRANCH OFFICE, CHARLKST?.V, 8. C.
Da. TBOMAS L. OGIER, Mfdical Examiner.
JOHN KIRKLAND, Ja.. General Agent
CBABLESTOB BOA an BEFEBISCE:
Hon. ALFRED HUGER.
WjQ. MAGRA I H. Esq., President S. C. B. B.
Hon. J. B. CAMPBELL. Attorney at Law
TH KO. D. WAGNER, Faq., ot J. Fraser & Co.
ANDRhW 8IMOND?, ?sq.. President First Na?
BOB KB T MURE, Esq . of Messrs. R. Mure & Co.
EDWARD LAFITTE, ot Ed. Lafitte k Co.
colonel J. B E. SLOAN, Cotten Factor.
W. A. COUBTENAY, Esq., of Messrs. Courtenay A
H. B. OL NEY, Esq., of Messrs. Olney A- Co.
Having been apo intod GenerM Agent for North
and south Carolina for the above reliable aud popu?
lar Life Insurance Company, I am prepared to re?
ceive applications at reasonable rates and on favor?
able terms. JOHN KCHKLAND. Ja.
office for lh>> pr?tent at Messrs. Courienav A
Trenholm's. Union Wharf ws.lmos June 2
fj K O ll fi I A
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
MACON, GEORGIA. '
FIRE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
and distinct by chart-r. $10:>.OOO paid into tbe In
nurance Hepar.meut of Georgia a -cor ilng to law
for the I em-fit of the assured in this Company.
.- tockhollera wealthy and responslb'o gentlemen of
A purely Southern Company, allowing only six
per cent ot its earnings to (he stockholders; tho
rest o f the profits divided among tho Policyholders
on the c ntnbutinn plan.
lire Department has boen in successful opera?
tion for six months, aud has already accumulated
baud some assets.
Life Department in full and successful operation,
and vicing with old companies In its success.
All of its Pollens non-torfet table, and of every
description of Life and Endowment, together with
an acL ni ty table and return premium plan.
No res [notions upon travel, place of residence or
Women insured on same terms as mon.
Loans half of i's premiums. No notes taken,
W. J. HWTON, President.
J. C. McBTRNEY, Vice-president
R. J. LIGHTFOOT, secretary.
C. F. MCOAY. constituting Ac uary.
P. H WltiGHT, Esamin ng Physician.
This Ccu.p HIV I* now prepared to 'ake risks either
in the Fire or Lue De) urtmentd, and solicits a Fhare
oi the l atroojgc of the etty and sta'e
J. G. HOLMKS, Jr..
Genet a! Agent for south Carolina,
Local an ' Traveling Agents wanted iu ail saris of
the Ma e. Liberal commts-Icns allowed. Applica?
tions to be made to J. G HOLMES. Jr.. Genera)
agent, No. 35 Broad-street. Chartoston, S. C.
July 21 sac wfm
JMjjwfy Signors, (Etc.
Q L D tv HIS Ii I K ?.
I HE UNDERSIGNED DKG LEWE TO AN?
NOUNCE that til ev have boon appointe I by Me? ra
H i-Nit Y N. il ANN in A CO.. of PuiUdelpbia, tbelr
sol" Agents lor the stute of South Carolina for ?he
solo ot then- celehrated ACME. X XX. XXX, XXXX,
NKCIAR CABLNE1 aud o her br*uds oLD KYr
i Ji-y 4I8J wish to announce that they will bc in
cont-tuut receipt of their C0PP?R DIMlLi.ED
MOUNTAIN PURE RYE WHISKIES, direct Lom
liiBtiliTy at Haunlsvtile, Be.koley County, Wost
Liberal contracts wi 1 bj mile fir lane, lota ol
now Whiskies in bo id at Distillery Warehouse.
No. SJ East Bay street
June 16 wfm3.iios ? bartexton. S C.
QllKATc OK ?MAU. UM V.
A GOOD COOLING SUMMER MtDI'TNE. MADE
iresii H very day, by Du. U. BA ER,
Muy 25 No. 181 Mceiavstroct
^ G K A Vi? TABLE A ll KXHIBITH'5
Will b* given at MILITARY BALL, under Ihe aus?
pice* of tbe
ASHLEY FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
OP C H AELESTGN.
To commence on
Monday Evening, 3?fb. ia?<aut,
And continue tor ten successive nights.
Adml-oioti only 25# cents, children 15 cents
liebet' cm bcproiured at the doo7;
ibo patronage,nt tho ; ublic is mest respectfully
solicite?!, as ti'c ''omm'ttee has pledged themselves
to i-jiare no pains ni making thia one of i he most
attractive eutertuinmeat?? of the ser?on, Refresh
ra<*nts at city price*.
I >o<ir . o; fr. at 7 Pi liorniauce begins at half-past
H o'clock. Chango cf pertormance cac'Vevcning.
S. E. GEANT. Leader.
T. s DLNNISSON;
JUily 21 Chai'mm Committee.
g^KCURITY INSURANCE COMPAWY
OF NEW' TORE, ,
CAPITAL, ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
Assets, July lat, 1869.
Cash on hand, or in cour-e of transmis?
sion. $156,4S8 36
Pomiunis due or in hands of Agents.. 83,917 86
Bills !; ceci vail le for Inland and other
Premiums. 110,985 91
CoU.Loe.uR exclurivcly on United States
Collateral?..... 98,000 00
Loans on Bonds and Aloitgagcs. 428,984 00
United otates ?tocks.... 707.477 50
plate, County und City Bonds. 92,*?8 00
Salvage?, Interest Accrued, Ac. 80,258 03
Other Propert; -Miscellaneous Item?.. 141,573 88
Total Assets.$1,909,903 63
LiubUllies. 9110,954 5*.
. Profit* from JsnuryUst to July-let, 1809, (6 mos.)
til I).968 ll.
Premiums for year.-ending June 30,1869, $1*871,
isth. D.TlciwsMl, July- Vita, I860,
A Dividend of FJYE .5) PER CENT., and thc
Government Tax, baa been declared for the past six |
mooth", pa; able on. deann J.
BOBBBT L. CASB?.President of Security Life, insur?
EDWABD Huoni, Pre*d->nt National Baak, of. Com?
WM ALLEN ButntB, of Barney, Butler Av Parson*.
E. W. Coauasv of John Caswell A Co.
| K. L MURRU. late Murray k Davis Boothera.
JONATHAN ODELL, of Odells A Barnes.
Wu. PAxsatk of. saml. C. Paxsou'e Son A Co.
i BAN-CIS 1'. WALKES, of F. T. Walker k Brother.
R. B. M i NOTUS, of Grinne'L Minturn A Co.
S. T. VAL?STI.NE. of 8. Valentine & Son.
JOHN R. WALIS of Willis, Cornell A Covey.
EnwAun>M?BHirr. of Baviland, Merritt k Co.
Joan T. WILLEIS. of Willets k Co.
JOHN- A OLEX, late Hopkins. Allen i Co.
EDWABD I ROM WELL, of Edward. Cromwell.
THOS. J. OWEN, of Owen k Carnagie.
WM. DENNISTOUN, lat? Wm. lc Thos. Dennistoun.
RICHARD P. BBUFF, or Rm.ell k Erwin Manufac?
turing Company. " .
WM/GHATDON late Graydon, McCreery & Co.
J. C. MARTIN, late Marlin A: Lawson.
I UTHER B. WYMAN, of Charles H. Marshall k Co.*
JOHN W. GRAYDON, late Graydon, Swanwick A Co.
Gvo. A PHVLPS, of Chamberlain. Phelps k Co.
A. P. FRANCIA, late Gire A Francia.
EDW ?ED WOOD, late Merritt k Wood.
JOHN HALSET, of Haigbt, Halsey k Co.
A. F. Ii Ah TINO i, President of the Company.
BENJAMIN D. HICKS. Westbury, L. I.
AARON H PHILLIPS ol Phillips, Steele k Co. .
ALFRED M. HOYT, of Jesse Hoyt k Co.
CH? RLES G. LAVDOM, of Benkird A button.
W. ?. LucKHouT, vice-President of the Company.
C. F. A. DAMBM4NN. of C. F. Dambmsnn k Co.
DAKIEL S. APPLETON, of D. Appleton A Co.
ABBAHAM R- VAN VEST, of A. R, Van Nest k Co.
JAMES L. HOWABO. of J. L. Howard A Ox, Hartford.
A. F. HASTINGS, Presilent
W. B. BUCK BO 01, vice-President
Agent in Charleston, 8. C.,
August 3 3 S. Y. Il PF EH.
ll ARDIAN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized In 1859 .
ALL POLICES N0S-r0RFEI TABLE.
HALF lOAN TAKEN, NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PUR CENT.
Polices In foi ce.939,000 OOO
Annual Income. 800.000
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM. President,
WM. T. BOOKER, Vice-PresidenL
L. McADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. FDD ICE AK, Superintendent
Hon. JOHN A. Dix. New Tork.
Hon JAMES HABPEB, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank BepubUc.
Wai M. VEBMILYE, Banker (Vennilye A Co.)
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com?
Hom GEOBOE OFDYKE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOBOAN, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Ihomas Rigney A Co.
BENJ. B. HERMAN, Treasurer New Tork Btes ai Su?
gar Refining Company.
AARON \RNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
RICH ABD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Kowne, Lawyers.
E V. HAUOHWOUT, Finn E. V. Baughwout k Co.
WM WILEEN?, Firm or W. Wilkau* A Co.
JULIUS U. FRA rr. Merchant.
WM. W WJUQHT. Mei chant.
CHAS. J. . TA RR, Merchant
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant
GEO. W. t'UYLEn, Ba iki>r, Palmyra, N. T.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Insmr
I JOHN G. >HE .WOOD Park Plac*.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Pith Avenue and
E: WAHI- H. WnioHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W FARLEE. Counsellor.
W. L. COOSWELL. Merchant
G EU lt GE KEIM,
GENERAL AGENT FOB 80UTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. REEN9TJERNA. Examining Physician.
H. 1S S E RT E Vi,
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESION.
i iiTlce No. 205 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
January 12 D*c lyr
ILI.lv Ot CIIISOL.A1.
FACI Otu*, COMMISSION MEBCHANT8
SHIPPING AGENTS. '
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AM
ottiPYlENT (to I'oreiiru ?na uome-tlr Ports. Ol
COTTON. RICH, LUU BEB \ N Li NAVAL BlUKEta
AX La N Ii 0 W bl A RF, Charleston, ?. 0.
*? W" 'S.a. E. OHISOLU
?rorerifs ano ?lmtUunu.
THIS DAT IiANDIHOt
QR f\ BARRELS SUPER, BX IBA AND FAMILY/
KO b?rrele Jewell & Prother's Self L. flour.
Thone Flours are direct from tbe Mills and fresh
ALSO, Iff STORR, A RD TO ARRIVE.
1?0 barrels and sacke Georgia and Tennesse N*w
Fajn ly *"lonr
300 barrels Ee-t Baker's * lour
10C0 baga Corn
20 bads, ''aeon Sides
20 linds. Bacon Shoulders.
For salo by STENHOUSE k CO.
[ff\f\ AAA FEET OF HEWN TTMBFB, OF
e>\ILr,\/U\J Tarions sizes ?nd qualities.
For sale by CHISOLM BROTHERS,
West i-nd rr&dd-street,
August 4 watuf4 Or Adger"a > orth Wharf. .
CORM ! COXN !
O AA A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE HARY
?\J\J\t LAND CORN, landing er Steamer
Falcon; R. M BU 1 LFR,
Augusts 2_No 72 East Bay.
300 BALEN PRIME EASTERN
EX BO HOOKER ELLEN HABIA, NOW Big.
CHARGING at Palmetto Wharf, and ?4(1 be
sold tow in lots to suit purchaser* wbiln landing.
B. A lt NO LD,.
August 3 2?_No. 21? Meen ng-street.
QA AA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, and
0\J\J\j 1200 bushels prime White FhntCorn,
per fcteaaaer Falcon. For *a'e by
WESI k J ON Ed, No. 73 EastiBay.
I?AA BARRELS FUE-H LIMP. LANDING
IOU" from schooner Clara Belle, ott- Brown 4M
Co'S Wharf. Tor sale by OLNEY & LO.
i)AAA BUSHELS BLACK PEAS, SUITABLE
?3.1 f\J\J for seed and teedi-.g. for sale by
Jnly-a_T. J. KERBA CO.
OAAA BUSHELS WESTERN WHJTfi COBN.
O' JU\) sllgbtly heated.. For nie. at & low
price, by T. J. KXRB. A CO.
EU3T INDIAN MANIOCA. A NIWv AGREE A.
I BLE, most de.icios* and healthy food, used
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange? Ice Cream,
Griddle dake?, Soups, Ac, put uy.io 1 Uk pack?
ages, with directions ioc use.
Desiccated cocoanut, for Pies, lo adln gs, Cakes,
atc, put np in halMK, packages, wrth directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American Inhalt pints, pinta
Cider and White Wine Vroegir, warranted pore
Saaah Boasted MoCasTee. of good, quality, at 35c,
Just received, and for sale-by
CO-OPBRAI?VE GROCERS* STORE,
Southwest conto? Meeting and. Market streets. ?
Goods delivered free._ May 28 *
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE A?D RETAL. Bf
Dr. H. BAER,
June 28 No. 131 Meeting-street,
SUGAR ANi> MOUSSES.
A ?. HH 'S. CHOICE PORTO RITO f UGAR
<?U 60 bbl?, choice Porto Rieo sugar
60 huda Muscevsdo Sugar
100 bilda. Cuba Molasses
60 bbla Culba Molestes
10> bhds. Porto Rico Molasses.
For sale in lots to snit pur. basera, by J
W. P. HALL^
Julv 7: wslmo Brown k to.'s Wharfs
" FRESH liKUtiS.
JDS.T11ECE1YED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
AM> RETAIL BT DB. H. BAEB, Nc, 181
MEJCT'i >' Gs ST R E ET
RfeON'a TOBACCO ANTIDOTE *
Bose's Couch Syrup
bchenk's Pulmonic Syrup
Scheuk's Seaweed Tonic
bpeare' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill-, kc kc. ?
Fleming's Worm Confections
W eight's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's syrup Hypopbosphits of Lima
Van Deuaen's Worm i ontecuons . *
Hurley's Wot m Candy
Bardotte's Worm Sugar Drops
Schallenberger's Fever and Ague Pills
McLane's Liver rills
Linn's Vegetable Pills
Russell's Soothing Cordial ?or Children Teething
Jayne's sanative Pula
Badway's Beady Relief
Radway's B. Pills
Ridway's Beady Resolvent,
June 21 mwf
^?OLLTKIEVH LE HOUSE,
JOSEPH H. OPPBfiHMM, Proprietor,
IS STILL OPEN FOB THE B'ChPnOILOF
either LE it 11 AN KN r OB TRANSIENT BOARDERS.
Terms, $3 per dav; 812 per week. Table supplied
with the best the market affords, and m "als served
on arrival ot tbe steamer from the cit v. Compe?
tent aud attentive servants in attendance. Bath
House connected wilh tbs extaulishmeot.
Atuust 4 wfstuth6*
CHARLESTON, SOUIH CAROLINA.
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. SITUATED IN A
pleasant location, and in the bu?inesa portion of the
citv, renders it the most desirable Hotel for either
permanent or transient guests. . he accommodations
are une arpas? ed. having extensive suites ot elegantly
furnished apartments tor t 'tnliies ad single nen tie
men. The proprietor will endeavor io maintain the
bin h reputation e> joyed by tbe "Charleston" as a
flret ?laen house, and no effort *til be spared to de?
serve a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore bestowed upon it.
The best of Li ve y accommodations will be found
adjoining the establishment.
The house is supplied with the celebrated Arte?
sian Water, of which delightful baths can be had
either day or night, ' t. H. J v'K-ON,
July 13 Proprietor.
gT. C Li O U D HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMI80LIOU8 HOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ol Broadway and Forty-seoond-street,
possesses ad vantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ut its sues ts. It was built expressly
for a first-class family boarding house-the rooms
being large and en suite, heated by steam-with hot
and cold w .ter. and furnished second to none; while
the culinary department ls in the most experienced
hands, affording guests an uneqaallsd tabla.
. One of Atwood's Paient Elevators is also among
lee "modern improvements" and at the service of
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Placw Cars nasa sha
door everv four minutes, rnnnm^ from the City
Hall to Central Park, while the sixth and ' event*
Avenue'ines are hut a short block on either aide,
a fiord mg ample facilities for common icatinp f*kh al
'he de po is, steam bout landings, nlaces of ssruaa.
ment and business of the great metropolis.
MOictt. dt k. ti LL KY Proprietors.
Varch 13 ?KM
K K V K 5 Af BET,
PRODUCE BROKERS AND COMnlSSIOX
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE OP
COTTON, RICE, 4c.
Will mark, cl iss and .-hip the same.
They respectfully golio't the patronage of their
friends and the merchants generally,
omce No. 3 Accommodation \Vharf,
With entrance on Vendue Binge,
CHARLESTON, S. ?.
Jaly 28_ w?waw?3?
JOHN D. ALKJUDfcK,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 18 Broad-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BiISlN ITHS IS AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS ol Mor hauts sod others,
snd io WRITING UP AND POSTING tceir KOOKS,
eit'ier m uart o? wboie. Ar. January 9
OFFICE No. 157 EAST BAY.
July 14 Imo