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DAILY Kiwi, kt* monta?.3 00
Duar irwe. three months.a 08
XavWTt-ZKLC Sawn, one Tew.3 00
. Tn>-VESAXX NETTS, tts months.3 00
PATH ?rr Invariably tal. adrar oe. Ho paper sent
ant?** tae cash accost peales the ceder, or for? long?
er ame toen pam i OT. '
Trna fearer. Kinn win be served to sn bs erfbers in
the ott? et 15 eenie a week.
ADTTI WTIS/IMI3TTS - First ina? rtion, 15 cents a Una ;
tab-quern (unertlone, 10 cen ta a une. Business
atettoea, 20eente ahne, teerrle?e and funeral No
?eea, One Dollar ea ob.
-Gold was quoted at 32?.
-Cotton closei dull in New York at 85 cents
for middlings; sales 1700 bales.
-In Livexp.?ol cotton closed firmer; mid?
dlings 13 ? I; sa:ca 18,000 bales.
-In Louisiana the/ hare settled the ques?
tion, of Chines* suffrage. Seven Chinamen
have b?>eu registered m a single parish.
' -A negro and a white g.ri were maivied in
Washington Ctty_ Tuesday, by a. magistrate.
The parties are represented as haviog come
from Warrentoa, Va.
- 5 -F.mr ?empastes of California militia have
been mustered out of the State ser ries for re
foani* to march io the San Francisco Four i h
July DTocenaion ?nth cilcired men.
-The Richmond Dispatch BAva: "General
Canby bas decided that a twelre months'resi?
dence in the State Ja nooesaary as a qualifica?
tion to senators and nj embers of the Hone? of |
?elesratesy .tt ..."
' -William U. Saunders, the newly appointed
nspocial agent of the Poatofflee Department
. and who is duly qualified-fa the first colored
aaan appended special agent of the deosrt
ment in the Jniced States. His salary ts 11200 |
jerannum, and 13 per diem for subsistence.
. -In the wUl of the lat? Wada Bolton, of
M?mento; the following appear?: "I give and
*eqneatfc the widow and childi an of General
Thoms s Jon it han Jackson known as Stonewall
aTaytttrn. who fell at the battle' OT Ch ano shore
ville. Tjgmia, HO nfc), as history tells me bis i
widow's ruruitnr? was sold after his death for j
- Genen! John A. Dix, Ute Minister toi
Fian e, wi3. arrested on Wednesday, at the
amit of Joun Mitchel, "the. Irish Patriot," wbo
.barges hun with illegal imprisonment. Mia. |
.obeli it ern! be remembered, was arrested in
Sew York and imprisoned at Fortress Monroe
by General Dix in 'the summer Of 1866. and,
npou thia fact, ha brings ?kit for fib OOO dam?
ages. General Drz gsve secouty to the amount
of ISO 000 to answer the cbartje.
-Tbe PhiladelphiaGiaette observas that it
would Dot be In the least surprised to find the
T-yW-.T^ inA Wyoming Pa. anna nanua
employing t hi?ese minara. These oompaniea
resolutely hold o it against the shrike, and say
"""" ",?.??' -7
-. Mm i mm ?j. mim . tmmt m Wo lu PUW lurk ID
.saxon ol orders fur Chin?se laboreis, and it
ia quite ipooaible ihn coal companies may
have given them orders, sud are now awaiting
the supply to be sin the change.
- -iiThe amount expended on the government
?ufldmgs in Washinirton, from the time tbs
.eat of government was located there tb June
'^I^MS fur public works of'ejrety d^ription, ;
Viach3dmg buildings and works of art, ia $37
'. 390.853 OB, The. grounds ownod by Ute gov. j
?.rament in the Distrust or Columbia amount
-tofive hundred and seventy-eight acres. Ch.
.ago irivee notioe that ate wanda, ready to
onda to the extent ol Corty millions of
to coDdtruct government buildings
there, in ?ase ?St. Loma hearts tee to ooma up
to the scratch.
' -The statement that 'Amoral Rawlins will
ahortly retiro from the Cabinet, and that bia
successor will Ito General Dodge, of Iowa, ia
denied by authority. Tue object of Geisand
Dodge's visit to the East ia to attend a.meet?
ing of the directora of the Pd cine Railroad ta
Boston, and has no pout ?cal significance. . Mo
. -ohange ip tho Cabinet is contemplated. It ia
true [hat at one time last spring General Baw
tans md contemplate retiring, on account of j
Bbl health, but ha iras dissuaded from that
by ine.PreBidect. His intimate personal re*
lations with the President, aa well as his effi
?ctency as the head of the War Department,
awakes it altogether des rabie that he should
remain where he is.
-Marshal McMahon, who succeeds Marshal
" Niel aa Min is : er cf War tn France, is a distin
' guishtd soldier. Bom in 1807, be rose rapidly
in rank, succeeded Canrobart in the sie ;e of
Bebastopol, and captured and held the Malakoff
in rho memorable charge of September 8,1855.
In tho Italian wai ot 1850 he com maud 3d the
.second corps o'the army, of the Alps, and at
Magenta * as promoted bi the field to the rank
-Of Marshal ol Fiance and the titk< of Duke of |
Maroota. He is of an old and noUe Irrsh
family, which, like the O'Donnell of Spain,
took refuge abroad after the battle of .be
Boyne, they ' having been adherents of the
Stuarts. The Mc Mahons bad DOJO fine repre
MHlpiiiiff ni Hm Datos anny duri, g the la e
civil war. General Martin McMahon, bite
ted States Minister to Paraguay, being the
: ia said tba* Just after the result of the
Virgtoia eleowoo beeame known, Onief Jnstice
Ottaao wrote a eoofldeottal letter toa promi?
nent poiitfcn?n in Tenncawpe, an old fricad of
hts, worein he lapilli mujh gratification
at the defeat of the bit te r-e nuera tn Virginia,
! rejoined over the an-sss ol the Conserva.
The Chief Justice expressed the hope
i resulta similar to that in Virginia won.d
produced in Tennessee, Misaiaaippi and
Iflex a, and strong'y hinted that in bis opinion
Abe Republic in party had served Ha, day. and
the timo waa at band whee a now' . Conserva?
tive party should be formed which wmid em
bi soe the modera e meo ot all existm? parties.
This letter w is kept very quiet tor some time,
but after the Tennessee election the gentleman
,*> *hdm .it; Waa addressed seemed to coieider
ibe seal of aeerecy removed and showed it
around quite freely. Be reinae?Vhowever. to
give it to the pw is.
-A Washington dispatch to the Mew York
J?uraal of Commerce mya? ??The totter of |
Jodee Dent to Secretary Bout well ia much
.talked about in political circles. Amona Be
pnbbeans there is but one opinion, and that is
that Judge Djnt ta taking the most effective
and speedy moans to maure an oveiwhelming
Republican victory m the approaching uober
natonal. contest in Miftisarppi. Democrats
politician? express surprise that Jud e Dent
baa no more po Ufte ii aagaeity than his letter
dispUjs, and say that while hi? intentions
were good, the manner of executing them will
injure tho CoAwervatives -evetrj?hero in the
Southern Steftej. Republicans " here believe
tharaereartcr the President will not hesitate
to give bis open support to the extreme Radi?
cate, and d?courage any Conservative more
rru-ut Wuioh mav^prmg np. Several Virginia
Radicale an h*a ?, and tale a mure hope tal
view of the situation of affairs in their State
tb an at any time since Walker's election.
General Cauby s course in exacting the test
oath frota mein ber? of the L?-g:sl ature will, it is
believed, enable the Radical Repub.icans to
ac ai o tee p the State ont of the control of the
-Lettersfeom Cuta to the 9th ?rive encour?
aging accounts of the hopes and situation ol
the revolutionary forces. The recent general
conscription ordered by De Rodas, it is sai 3,
has had tho effect of largely increasing their
forces. The order gives great satisfaction to
the Cuban leaders, who report themselves pre?
pared tor activo nerd operations, lue feehng
of discontent and insubordination among the
slaves is reported tn be increasing, and they
are now beyond control. They demand their
freedom, and exact from the Spanish Govern?
ment their liberty, as declared by the C?spedes
Government, and, io tho absence of this, tbey
are organizing and arming themselves for the
purpdso of joining the %i ban army. Seve?
ral contesta have taken place between the
negroes and the Spanish troops-the ne?
groes successfully defendiog themselves,
even against superior force. Geuerai Qaesada
has had several skirmishes with portions of
tbe forces of Lesea, and reporti that bis forces
have been successful, and have taken a num?
ber of prisoneis, who are held as prisoners of |
war, and tbat the desertions and voluntary en?
listments have greatly increased bis force. In
a week or ten days he expected to take pos?
session or Nuevitas, and have control of a for?
tified town on the coast. General Jordan's
army is bei' g gradually reinforced by Cubans
conscripted, whose sympathies are with their
countrymen. The Spanish . Coreos in his dis?
trict are in ac ti.-e. and he is confident that
everything is ajorkiog right for Cuban inde?
pendence, and that in a ebort time his recruits
will be organized and made effective, and that
the few positions held by Valnviseda in bas
department will fall into his bands. Both tl e
G* nor als oo mm an ding and the President of the
Bepublio of Cuba, express the most positive
benef that the revolution will be suoessful, if
not by the foros of arms, by the loree of cir- f
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, I860.
The Future of Ute Boa tat
The Sooth has a more brilliant prospect
before her than any other section of these
?nited?tateB, and the fact is BOW begin
nia g to be seen and acknowledged.
The wealth end power of toy extensive
section of country mast spring from the
soil, w h io h ia primarily the souroe of all
prosperity. A nation's wealth consists in
its power of production, and the amount ot
its contributions to the wants of the balanoe
of the world England is an exception to
this rule, heir great wealth being sooounted
for by the fact that she sots as the broker for
the world, with ? o ad on ns th e-universal
excheug%. Her wealth is the accumulation
ol centuries; every nation in the world has*
become indebted to ber, and ehe to none
The prosperity of a oountry, as a rule, ma;
be measured by tho proportion of-its pro
ducts to its population, and it may, there
1869 the twelve cotton 8uTtee of this coun?
try will show nore true prosperity than
any other ?sotion of the world ! .
We have every reason to aatioidaW"3 crop
of about 8 600 000 bales, ?otion, whioh
valued at $108 per bale (say 465 lbs. nt 25
cents) will gi?e $324,000,000, also n corn
orop of 285 000,000 bushels, valued at
$280.000000; and me sugar, wheat, to
Dace*, and other crops, will yield $150,
000,000 more, g ting in all a product of not
leas than $704,000 000. whioh with a pop
ulation of not over 11.000,000 ?till show an
average of $64 per head, whioh largely ex
oeects that of the Northern and Western
Slates. This State of South Carolina, al
though under debasing*negro rule, and har
tug her life blood sucked by taxation, will
this year yield produots worth $60,000,000
which, with her population of not over
670.000. w ill show an average of $74 62 per
head. This average, as before said, is the
oorreot gangs by which to ascertain a coun?
try's prosperity. The raine of real estate
ie no true teat of a nation's prosperity, as
it may be influenced by a variety of causes
unconnected with solid progress. An in
fitted currency will give real estate n high
but a fictitious market raine; end this, in?
stead of being an evidence of national pros*
perity, is an evidence of national weakness,
as was shown at the North about the close
of the late war.
The lands of the 8o||th offer as fine in?
ducements for investment as those of the
West, and ibey will most assuredly soon
increase greatly in value. lu any portion
of the South fine lands under cultivation
can be bought at from $5 to $9 per acre,
whioh in a few years will be worth live
times the purchase money. Labor will soon
become plentiful, sud ere another year
elapses Chinese will be at work in every
cotton State, superseding the Africans
Tbe climate is exceedingly salubrious, and
offers no hindranoe whatever to the manual
labor of the white man, aj ls proved by tbe
fact that there are now not less than 200,
000 whites cultivating cotton with their
own hands Aod another great advantage
of the Sun it its educated and refined
popnlation The main objection to the
W at is, that, like all new countries, it has
no society and little culture, and it will be
many years before it can have any wbicb
will compare to that of the Southern
With all thppe advantages it will not be
long before the Somh ag>iin rules this ooun
ir ; for it c ?r>t una money and b>ain power,
which all the Radicals of the aniverse" Can?
not con roi t
Tate a ?at evilly ita Uro ad.
The people in the upper part of the State
are deeply iotwated in the ancoess of the
proposed railroad from 8partanburg, SC,
'o eVhrT?I?, N C., and assert that the
pr?.j ?et bas many advantages over the costly
Blue Ridic- Ktiirnitd *
lu the fret -dace, it is believed that tl e
.Adheville Railroad would undoubtedly ben
efi". very largal* tue whole Sta e, from the
mountains to the seaboard. It pas.ies
torougmoe ae*n of South Carolina, cm
neting directly with Columbia and Cuarles
ton, through which cities the tide of trade
and travel would flow". The cost of the
road will, of c urse, bs far less thtn that
of the Blue Ridge Railroad, and it is not | \
likely UM hu Excellency Governor Scott
?ill here anything to do with the contract
for tue work. Then, again, there is the den?
ier, that the Bine Ridge Railroad, when
spmpleted, may be tapped BO aa to draw off I
the trade ot tne Weet to Georgia and Port
Royal. This would be a serious injury te
2Marleston and the low country, although
it might not aeriouely affect the upper dis
irids, whioh Would at once obtain their
breadstuffs and provisions direct from the
West, instead of by the way of Charleston.
These ' are the opinions of some of the
soolest heads in the State, and we trust that
the Asheville Railroad wfiinotbe forgotten,
whan-ver the fate of the Blue Ridge line.
fisHittttw of fopamrrsbifi.
DISSOLUTION Or COPARTlf KR SHIP.
The business heretofore conducted In >he dry
Dt charleston, u. der the mme of DCM NT & PKBBT,
tad in the city of Columbia under tbe name of J
W. DtNNT, was -1 e-otred by mutual con-ent on the
18th inst, LD WARD KEBBz will conduct the busi?
ness m Charles ion lu his own name, and is re-pon
riblft for all debts ?ne hy the late concern of DENNI
b PEKBi, and ls aathorizvd to sign m liquidation.
J W. DE Nf? Y alone ta re-poneible tor all aebts due
by the Co umbi? concern, an J will also sign tn
liq ai J arion ot the Colombia business.
J IHN W. DCKHT.
EDWARD PE h BY.
Charleston. Angus130. 1868. 3 August 31
WAS TIED TO PCHKHA.SE. FOR CASH,
a good SECOND-HAND PIANO. Apply at
P. DAD EB* ?> Book and Made blore. No. 440 KI?K?
itreet, above Calhoon-atreet._August ?tl
COOK.-WAS r K D, A WO MA N, WHITE
Ott COU)HLD. who can bring good rec immeo
nations aa a capable Cook, in connection with a good
ohar>cter. Apply to W. 0. QI BBS. No. 16 LYNoH
8In Et'. _1_August31
HOI??; WiltKU - tVA^ThD 'IO.
Bent, a comiortable DWELLING t?OV*R in
tbe centrai portion of the elev, con taming not lesa
trun six rooms. Bent not to exceed $000 For .nch
a Bfu-e a good tenant ean be obtaiued, wi tn rent
punctual]- pal<>. Applj at No. 396 KIN o - s 11< K ET,
coiaerof Boaanun._l_- must 31
C. HPMilcint W MT? D -A tr KW
goud BENCH HAMOS, good wage* and steady
wora. Apply at P.P. lOaLE'-S 8?PH Ft?UOBY,
?BLBBCK 8 WHARF, near Northeastern Bail
WANTED, a TOtTTII KBOH 16 to ?0
years old. who would be willina- to make him?
self generally use tal aa ulerk in a .tore in Union ville,
g. C. AddiMS POsTOFFICE BOX, No. 1?. Union
q. H.. 8.0._AngnstlA :
WANTED TO KENT, A SCHOO L
HOUdK aaa BX-<?D&NcE Addre??. stating
tarma, P.O. Beg No. IBO, wnnM anguttll
WANTED, BV A M AK H. Itv O MAN, A
altoation m asme Cotton Kill vxutb or Soata
west; is aoqaainted wi th all braaahea, having work
sd in them all, tnt should a le? WE? VI MO aa a
choice, i artie? wiahing to engage inch a person
?Ul please aler eas a nota, ?tating terms, ta JOHN 3.
KELLT, Ha Its fetale street, Boatoa. May 34
WANTED, EV Ell V BOD lr 7 TO SUB.
SCBLB1 to the OrBCUIATTJfa LIBRARY -
'BABLES a Rio BIER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publicattona.
april 21 _No. 161 KINQ-STBKKT.
CH I N B 8 E LABOKKKS.-PARTI ES
withing to employ large or ?mal! numbera of
CHINESE LABORERS, tray make taeneoaasary
arran geaaenti for procuring gang- of ala- required
delivered tn anspart or the oountry. by application
to K OOPMAN 3 0?rAAP, ban Francisco, California
WANTED. EV E H Y BODY TO KNOW?
that JOB PAINTING of di Una*, putin aid.
ornamental, ta executed promptly in the neate?**
style and at tbe lowest New ?ork ptirea, ar Iva
> s wa Job OOet, No. 14? EAST BAT Call and ex?
amine the scala of pr?tes before giving your orders
WA.NTE?*. KOK TUB AMKBI
OAN FAKMERS' HOBHE BOOK. In both Eng-.
Uah and German, by Robert stewart. V h.. Ot MI aa.
he wort .overs the whole ground of the breeding
and raising, and the treatment o. horse? and malea,
both in sic rn eas and health. It ba? won Ita way to
popular favofr,jaAJ|jg-flg lteJ??tf<^rVEft?1
Publisher, i 'Tndanatr. O. Imo' March 19
RR.?CN'T, THK PLBAStNTIiT SITU?
ATED three and a half story RE.-IDENCE,
No 60 -mitb.?treet, near Vanderhorat. Apply at
No 6 LI EB I Y-STBEET. 0? August 20
>rTK) RKNJT, PART OF A HOU-E OK
X SINGLE BOOMS, furnished or antarniahed, tn
a pleasantly at tua ted residence near the Battery.
Apply at No 38 King-street._Angnst 16
rlth\T, IHK PLLAS v INTI. Y S.TU?
AI tD two and a half story RESIDENCE, .,o
8 society -street, near East Bay. Apply at No. 37
MAHKET--.TBEET, near An-on-atreet.
RKENT, ffUM PL K.ASA.NT t. Y MTU.
Al KD TWO AND A HALF STORY RE>I
DKNOK, No. 6 Gadaden street, opposite. Wentworth
Apply at CHARLE-TO-N BTEAHhaW MILL.
J aire 14_
BE\L K STATE AGENTS, ?S'OOIMEBS
having no asea to rout, can bave tnelr Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowest rates and in the newest
and neatest ?ryles of ivpe, at THE NEWS JOB OF
MCE, No. 140 bart Bay
AFINK PIANO TO HIM E-TERMS
mod "-ste to a ood permanent l?sant. Apply
at No. 375 KlBJB-8 1 BEET. 1?_Angq-t 21
SAND % I? (SH?A/?>ai K??R -AL,?s. Ai'
low rates at MAB 3 J ALL'S WHABF.
iiitu-i 'io . imo
FOR 8 ci. LO kV. A LAitOECHtitcH
OBOAN, vontainlng thiriy-flves op*.
A RM ALL PARLOR . .OAS, containing four
MODS, in a handsome Rosewood Case. Apply al
JOHN BAKcB's OBQAN FACIOKY, No. 18 Van
d r or?i-s reet_thstnSth . Joly 8
Al Pul VATE SA UK, THAT FINK
STAND with flx'urea for a Orocery, corner
dinoun and East Bay streets, No. 39. Apply ON
PREM I E.S._tnstu_ January 21
FOI? SAL?. ONE Ml SD c KD THOUS?
AND ACBESOF LAND m Kershaw County,
oo 5 si BTE? o or:
FIFTY VHBYSELtoT FARM? near Camden and
on tbe Railroad, vary iii a in size from ISO to SOU acree
i lie-e and adjoining vanns are oeing taken bv our
best citizen*, and aflord every advantage tor health?
ful, corot, r able and profitable larms.
MANY LABQfc ANO CHOICE PLANTATIONS,
convenient to market
DESIRABLE RESIDENCES ia Camden and Kirk?
8EVE8AL LABOE TRACTS OE WOOD L \SD
A few very VALUABLE M I L* for manufactories.
Ad dress. WM. M. t?B A N NON,
Attorney at Law, caoHen. H. a
?7X1 H. SA' K, 1100 AC? Kt OF Wt LL
I? TIMBEBtD L.?ND in lower p rt ol banw.ll
count , six miles from South ? disto River. Terms
made very l?w For partie.nara, address Dr. 0. B.
aU 1' IO, Graham's Turnout, M. C. B. H.
Augutt 30 sac 38
Foi? SALK,THE OKS?KABLE HKSI
Di'N E. near Hampstead Mall-the House
and Lot. No. 84 America-str'-et, one loor sooth cl
Bink , on east -ide of ?aid S'reet i he Loi measure*
in fronton -.me ci-stree: 65 leet 6 lucue-, m depih
160 feit, m .rc or le??, witb the r ar portion ol ibe
lot on tbe south, sav - feet - lucius. On tu :
pre ISCA I? a rujstanttally -ulit lwo..md-a half -t irv
wooden iweihn., o a brio? f >un.idfjon containing
five tqu re loom-, with ga? IxtiM n Older, a
dress, m.- o >m. pantry nd flulib. d attics, and . on
ble P'tiza, all overe* wirb h?avytm lately repaint
e , and a PM vate ti airway ; also, a two story KUciien
.itb tott> -oom?, a oaclin<>use. -"?table and H y loft,
ic; a]?oan ex.e> sive cistern, built with a filie.mg
wail, an i a good wei of cno.c ? spring water, eaco
farni-hel with a modern u up. Aa open fence lu
iront, ?TU ev r/reen hedge, also fl J wer varden in
front, eitendve vine ot choice grapes now in tall
bearing, vt-goubie gardeu and irait trees compris?
ing sweit orange, neeta lue. peach, plnD&vfig, ?c.
Ihe neigh orbooJ h notoiicus as a tie.ltby'location.
Po^kesrion can be g von Immediately.
For terms Ac. a ply to EiWutD C. THABIN,
No. 8 Gui'iu-Kt/e t, near Old Posioihce or on tbe
pi emueg. 3_August 19
T7IOR SALB, KOHR McCllU liV KOL
?j LEB hlHs, second hand, bat little used
1 Prem um Farm G rf? t Mi I. "Proseos" Patent
1 Ma d-powtr teelGrist Mill
18 Ploughs, of varied and most aporoved patterns,
ail hut little used, an J at low prices
1 Cotton B eaker
1 Fonr-horae Fo<*er Hteam Engine, second bind, in
Apply to ? AM EROS, BABKLEY * CO.,
Nor beast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets
Angosto _ ian
1 Ut lliivi Ens, BK OK KKK, .?JU
(OL others wfchlug ... or Sale" Placards, Business
.'ards or other Jon Printing executed with neat
1* ss and dist atch. will consult their interest by leav
ng tbeir orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
?to W?M Bay._"
FOK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IX
any quantity. ' ITice 75 cents per tmndr ; J.
rhe cheapest wnppia.' paperthat can be used. An?
il/ at the office ot THE Nfc WS. March 1
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
X)HABI> ABLE ASSOCIATION.
ATTEND TBE QCABTEBLY MEETING OF THE
Association i HTS EVBBTXO. (the 3ld I ailing on
bnndiy) in Masonic Hin, ar~Eight o'clock, prepared
to pay arrear?. A
The Arrear Utt will be read and the ru'.e rigidly
enforc ed- against dels ol text.
J. L. HONOUB,
A ?gast 31 Secretary and Treasurer.
STOKEWALL FIRE EA GIRU C JAf.
Y?? AIE HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND
a regular monthly rateiU g of your Company
1BLB ETZn o, at tho Hall of the Charleston Eire
oom piny, Wentworth-street, at Eight o'clock pre?
A fall and punctual attendance is desired
By order. WM. 0. MIL LEB,
August SH becretary.S
?otircs ii f oHkrnptcD.
ItV THK DISTRICT COL UT OF THE
UNITED ?TATES, FOB SOUTH OABOLINA
AUGUai i IBM, ISM-IN TOE MAiTEB OF
WM W. HETWABD, BANKBUPr-PETTTION FOB
FULL A^D FINA. DIiMJBArtOE IN BANKKUPl
CY.-Ordered That a hearing be bad on tue SETKSTH
SAT or Oe TOB EX A. D. 1869, at Federal Court
house in Ch arl es tm 8. C.; and that all Or edi tors.
Ac, of said Bankmp' appear at said time and
piare, and show cause, if any they can, why the gray?
er of the petitioner should not he prsnWL
By order of (he Court the 18th d?y of iinrast, 1869.
D <tMEL HOBLBECK
Clerk of the District Court of the U. b. tor M. C.
August ii _g
IR THE LU VT Et I CT C?CRT OF THE
UNfTED 8 TATT8, FOB SOU ! H .ABOLIRA
AUGUST TEEM 1869 -IN Ttf^' MATTER OFT.
SAVAGE HtYWAKD, eB BANKRUPT.-PEI.
TION pOB FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BAN K RUPTCY_0 d&rei, ?bat ? beariLR
be had on the SBTSSUH SAT OB OOTPBXB, A.
D. USS. at Federal Courthouse m Cbar.e*i?n. ?.
0. ; and that all creditors. Aa, of asuFBsnkrupt ap?
pear at said time and pave, and show cause, If BUT
they can, whv the prayer ot the petitioner * hould'
not be a ran ted. _. . ; ? .
By ord r of the Court, the 18th day of August, 186?.
' DANIEL HOB BECK,
Clerk of the District Court ot the United ?tates tor
Boni h Carolina. ' fl_August al
Ia 1 HB DIST at I CT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATIS, FOB SOUTH CARO?
LIN A-AUGUST TB M, 18S9.-IN IH?; MATTKB
OP THO.-. S. BtYWABD, J?-. BANKBUPI.
PETTTION FOB FULL AND aTNAL DlM'B * B'tE
IN BANKBUPTCT -Ordered, That a bear ng be
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al Federal Coonil erase in Cbarl*su>n,. 8. C.; and
teat all C redi tan Aa., of said Baakrapt appear
at said tun* sod place, and show cause, if any
they can, why the prayer of th? petitioner should
not be granted.
By order of the Court, the 18th day of ? turnst, 18?.
D NIEL HOBLBECK.
Clerk of the District Court of the United States for j
?ooih Carolina. ti Au.ast 31
NOTICK.-?* THE 10TH IA8rA?IX 1
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BOINKS ! A MAB i IN, who will continoe th* busi?
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P O., "DuiVijrilty of Virgiau."
8. "MAU PIN,
July 01 Imo Chairman ol theF?cultv.
g O O f H 1 ? I
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
PURELY A SOUTHERN IH3TITUn0rJ.
Amt! Joly 1, 1669......?510,0<M?
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FORTY PER CENT.
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Routhcra st?te?, and to them it appeals for patron?
age. lt baa ample meaos to rally protect policy-hold*
en and pay all loase*.
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B. H. HILT,, A. H. COLQUITT, Viet -Presidenta.
A. AUSTELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance committee.
W. 0. il ORRIS, y ere tar y.
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^MEKICAS TH 1.1 ?a. K
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JOHN KIBELAND, Ja., General Agent.
OaTABLaSTOlf BOARD a ?TEK rsa K .
Hen. ALFBED HUG BUL
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W A. COURTENAY, Esq.*. of Mesan. Courtenay k
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lar Lin lain ance Company, fran pnnared to re?
ceive applications at reasonable- rates ano on favor?
able, tarma. . JOHN KIRKLAND. Ja
office for th<- present at Messrs-. Courtenay k
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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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Wu. T. HOOKER, Viee-Presldent
L. MoADAM. Secretary and Actuary.
G. A. T?DICK AB. Superintendent.
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Wat M. VBAatTLTX, Banker (Vermllye k Co.)
OHAS G. BACKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com.
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VALLED as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
his taken tba place of over roi ly double toread ma.
chic s <u this edy. iteliabW Agents wanted in all
large towns in the state.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 KING-TBEET,
Willcox At Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLES, OIL SILK. A-c, constantly ou hand.
REPAIRINO as usuaL ttuthl y Mayl
?rocmts aid fltict&aum.
^fiAA POUNDS O HOI" H MW TOBI SU
)UUU GAE CUBED STRIPS.
1 anding per st? tm er Minnetunka aaa to sale by
Angoatai i LAUBET A AL' XANDEB.
EARLY CHOP (JUBA CLAYED
30 M1^?' I E-3*10^ Ot>lTED MOLASSES.
Tor sale low, to close constamment, bv
August ai a_J, tu BESTOW _ CO.
?JA BARREL" MEW FLOUR. JUSTT RECEIVED
5 U from Tennessee and for sale by
Align?t 2t 1 BERET ?'OBIA A 00.
COTTON BA G i* Di G.
I ~f\ PIECES "EWAN1-" PUUE HEMP DUN
LOU DEB SEA ISLAND BAGGING, M inches,
\%Ux poonda yard
to places Blind- e Bagging, 15 tnohee. Iii pot-da
)0 pieces Dandee Bagging, 45 inches, IX th ponnda
!5 pieces Dolobln Mannfaetming Company Baa
Island Bagging I%>h pooc-s yard.
For aale by W 0 BEE 4 CO.
?? NM CLOTH,
?N THE *POT AND TO ABBIVE.
For sale 'F . , , ..
aaguetao GtO. A. TBE?HOLM 4- SON.
ZINC, IEL I. OW ME TA L
SHE AT HI Si O AMO N AILS, ?
CONSTANTL? ON BAND. FOB ?ALS RT .
OBI OLM BBO I HFRS,
August 7_ awlmo_Anger's Wharf,
C. H.felDlft. SHOULDEbSAND
nAEEDS. CHOICE C. B. SIDES-G. A. J's
aohhda. Choice Wettern shoulders
10 hbds No. ? Shoulders
0 it?r?es sugar cared Hams, In bags.
Landing aid tor sato by .
Aogu-tlt tbs? L-?BE? k ALEE ANDER. _
FRESH DHUljr^ '
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB HALE. WHOLE
H4.LK AND BCIAiL, by Dr. H. BABB, No.
1S1 M KETING-'TREET
WOLF'n SCHIEDAM -CHNAPPS
Eoutr* Hone and Cattle Powders
Wlnslo w's Soo thins syrap '
Perry Dans' ainxQlor
Mexl'an Mttstang Lmamrot
Peery's Deal Shot, Ac, Ac, Ac
June 26 *_._etnth
H. 2 ST We CATHER WOOD'S
' m ? EXTRA FUR PTRR OLD
IN OBDER TO F A CIT TT A TB THE bUPPLTOt
OUH PUBr OLD MONONGAHELA BTE WHTS
KIE8 to oar former nnmeroas customers at tie
South, we bare appointed Meaars. B GERDTS ll
CO oar A genii, wbr. hy tbfs arra nee merit, are en*
abled to supply the trade at pi lees w Ich will bisare
satisfaction. H. A H. W. OATHES WO OD.
H. ?fe H. W. CATHBRWOUOD'S
EXTBA FINE PC BB OLD
ff A BARRELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORITE
DU WHISKIES, consWtingof X,Xt XXX, XXXX,
and s*ECTAB and CABINET BBANDa, and also of
ower L rades. .
Now landing, and fer sale low by _
H. GBBDT8 A CO,
jpr.t ia stntnSmo_No. Bast Bay.
SUPERIOR 6rU*NY CLOTH,
OF EXTBA WEIGHT, FULL WIT? 1H AND FINE
qualby. for sale by C. N. ? UBERT,
Wgi 1? thstuB Mo. M East Bey.
NEW YO Kit* BA G ti INO,
D'lUBLK AN C H OK BK A%D.
THE STANDARD WEIOTr WQfy'
standard w'dth full AA inches.
It is wider, closer stronger and alfords better pro?
tection tor the entire covering ot the Cotton bale
than any other n use
We aeU at maoafHctnret'a prto?, and expen iea laid
down here, A supply alwaya on band.
WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
August 9_ Imo_ Agenta.
:)AAA BUSHELS BLACK PEA?, SUITABLE
Jj\ Kl!,/ for seed and leedf. g for sale by
July 34_T.J. BEBB A CO.
Ort A A BUSHELS WESTERN WHITE CORN,
ejUUv slightly heated. For sale, at a low
price, by T. J. KERR A CO.
TTlAftT INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGRES.'.
i_ BLE, moitdeicUok and healthy food, oral
tor Paddings, Jellies, Blanc ?lanae, Ice Cream,
Gri lle Oakes, Soaps, ?e., pat ap lal tts. peck.
ages, with directions for ase.
Deeiccat d cocoanut fir Pies, Puddings, Cakes,
Ae., pat ap in bait to. ^;oic?gea. w th directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American in halt pm?, pinja
and q tarts.
Cider and White Wine VI neg ir, warranted pure
Frenh Boasted ?io Coffee, of good quality, at 35c.
Josi rece 1 ved and for sale by
CO-OPE Rs TVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corm r Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered tree._May 88
IT?OB SALK, WHOLESALE AND RETAL. BV
' Dr. H. BAEB,
June 38 No. l il Meeitng-s.treet.
ia cg) JpaDiicaiiot s
jJOOK BUYERS WILL KIND IT TO
THEIR ADVANTAGE TO 00N8ULT THIS
The List will be Changed at least Once a Week.
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