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THE DAILY FEWS.
^Larseat Circulation-THU DAI LT NR WS
BEING* TSB NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CO L AXION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT T-i END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PBOVIS
40NS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
C2CE.?P AM) VEE TIJSING.
Tu CHAELBBTON NEWS, the circulation o? j
?which ts about twice as large as that of any
other paper published in South Carolina, ia the
?eat advertising medium for all business men.
For persons who want eifuattona or servants;
who want houses or apartments, or have them
to rent; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who have lost or found articles of value,
Tn Mews has no equal; and in order that all
?tasses may have their wants sapphed, we have
adapted the following scale of CHEAP ADVEB
TnanroriB, payment for Which most invariably
be made when the order ie given:
Advertisements of situations wanted by or
offered to clerks, governesses, tutors, work?
men, mechanics, house-servants, porters, shop
boys, cooks aud washers; board and lodging
wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to
articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
and warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella?
neous wan;e of all kindo.
Tor each insertion of advertisements of the
classes specified :
Not exceeding THRZX LETES or 90 words... .?5 cents
" FOUR LIKES OT 30 words.40
" Tm inns or 40 words.60
All advertisements to be inserted at these
rates must be prepaid and delivered? "at THE
NEWS office by 9 P. II.
Range of Tnennometer at tr?o Mews
8 A. M.
3 P. M.
6 P. M.
Heetins; This Day.
Orange Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Auction gale This Day.
CAPTA ni ADDISON BAEBETT will sell at 10
o'clock, at Qeiartermaajter's depot, Southern
wharf, forty thousand pair of army shoes.
A HINT FOE DULL TESTES.- Take advantage
of the great reduction in prices, and prepare
for the approaching business season by hav?
ing your Job Printing neatly, expeditiously
and cheaply done at TUE Nxwa Job Office, No.
Itt Hast Bay. a_
?fsrjMjcKii3 ABBESTED.-0 ti Satorday list Offi?
cers Coates and Lev y arrested Mr. Thomas P.
Stovall, 'of the firm of Branch, Scott & Co.,
of Augusta, and Mr.' A. Seligman, agent of the
house or W. W. Wendel & Co., of New York,
ontheoh*rgo of soliciting orders without li?
BOBOULBT.-The store of Messrs. Andrews A
Salvo, No. 407 King-street, was bnrglarions
Ijfcentered early Monday morning, and $160'
worth of tobacco and cigars stolen. Tho bur?
glars out away enough of the door to permit of
a bar being inserted, with which they prized
the .door open. ? -
IXPOBTANT SALS or MACHINEXT.-It will be
8eeo*by tap advertisement in another oolam a
that the entire machinery of tbe Spencer Bs
peating Birle Company will be Bold at auction,
in .Boston, on the 23th instant. - Thia is said
.tobe the largest collection of maebmery ever
offered for sale by auction!
TAB MILLS Hoo9B.-~.17dr several divs it ha s
been reported' that this house will not be
opened this season. After inqmry wo ascer?
tained that the report is without foundation.
It is Mated that Mr. Si H. Gale, tho brother
in-lrwof the Puke ra, who have leased* the.
house, Will be pUced in criarge of it.
KEV BOUOH RIOS.-A cargo of new. Carolina
rough rice, being the second of the) season,
amounting to ono thousand bushels, arrived
oai: i'.arday from tho plantation of N. Hey
wstrd, Bsq., on Aobepoo. lt waa consigned to
Mr. George H. Hop pock. It was received per
?loop Mary Goodrich, and waa sent to West
Point Mill to bo pounded.
Tn AppBAiaxKENT BILL, offered by Alder?
man Voigt, will come up at the meeting of
Council to-morrow sight, if tbe consideration
of the Police bill be postponed, or, if not post?
poned, the discussion upon it be ended by
twelve o'clock. We learn that amendments to
the bill will be proposed, providing that the
Mayor shall appoint three asseasors, two of
whom shall be real estate owners; also, that
there shall be two real estate owners from each
Nsw RICE AT SAVANNAH.-The Savannah
Republican of the 10th instant says: "The
schooner Mail arrived yesterday from Mr. Bay
Tompkins' plantation, on the SatUla Elver,
with 1000 bushels of new rough riot, it be mg
the first of the season. Ii was planted on the
1911? of February, and was pushed forward ra?
pidly. It is free from any grass seed, it ia
about fifteen per cent, volunteer, and weigba
forty-two pounds. Tbs first nsw rice was re?
ceived last year from the Satdla River? on the
day of tbe month, 9th of September,
whole quantity wat sold to Messrs. E.
Habersham & Co., at $1 75 per bushel. "
Taut NICHOLSON PAVBBSNT.-Tho sp?cial
committee of three, Aldermen. P. J. Mackey,
Petter and Howard, colored, lo whom wasnrev
ferred the petition of the Jnge of Court of
Common Pleas, aod of the ILr of. Charleston,
asking that Meeting and Broad1 afreets;, ID the
viomity of the public buildings, bo paved with
the "Nicholson pavement." met Saturday gad
postponed taking any action until a confer?
ence with the County Commissioners eould be
had, to ascertain what proportion of the ex?
pense th* ooon ty would bear. A ounferenoe
will be held at six o'clock this afternoon. Tba
expense o? laying, the pavement is variously
eshBtatod at from $5000 to $9000.
How m Lr.-About throe weeks ago a white
mao ?amad W?Hsvm Kerr waa arraigned before
Magistrate Bunch to answer the charge of
stsaJpf a boat. It was beatified that he aod
ano Iber sailor had taken a boat, breaking the
.t V<A4in, to get to their vessel. On reaching it
tiley turned tbe boat adrift. A day or two
afterwards it wac recovered. The ruqgiatrate
decried that Kerr had Committed a theft, aad
saade hi aa give security to appear ab the Stale
Oo ort far trial.
On Saturday a negro named William Carr
alias Greene .was arrested and earned before
Magistrate Banoh noon the charge of navios;
-stolen a beat in July last The chain of this
boat, which has not been recovered, was also
brossa. The magistrate decided tba- he had
not oomatltted a theft and dsoharged him.
Ha wai re-arree'ed. camed before slagxstrats
gasapaax, who, after an investigation, commit?
ted bim to yiii.
THE POST ROYAL RAILBOAD.-Tbe Angosta
Chronicle eave: "Messrs. Browa, Flannagan
and Lollbanob. representing: National Trost
and Railway Company, of New York, have re?
turned to our ou y after a brief visit to Sooth
Carolina, and will proceed at once to recom?
mence tho work of inauguratingtne B??a?
Railroad, by Riving out the work upon it aa
speedily as possiole."
M CEDER NEAR ALKSN. - On Tuesday laata
man named John Holley was fatally wounded
near Aiken, S. 0. It seems thal Holley and
an employee named Malloy bad gone to Aiken
to purchase suppli?e. After their purchases
had been completed, Malloy daposited a bundle
of goods in the cart of Holley to be transported
to his home. The parties left the town, sad
when on the road Malloy requested Holley to
allow him to ride in his cart. Holley declined
in cons?quence of the heavy road, whioh so in?
ce nsed Malloy that he drew his pistol and fa?
tally wounded Holley, who waa carried to his
home and has since died. Malloy is a man of
herculean proportions, who formerly was a
dray driver in Augusta. At the time of Abe
killing; ho was employed by bis viotim. The
murderer has not yet been arrested.
THE BOAT RACE.-The race between the
Blacksnake and Oriole came off Saturday af?
ternoon, per announcement. Although it was
not known to the public that a race waa in
prospect until Saturday morning, there was a
considerable number of persons upon the Bat?
tery to witness it.
The course was from the White Point buoy
to the Undine station, about a mile distant off
tie South Battery. The crows were: R. A.
Alston,coxswain; D.D. Parker, stroke; Wm.
O. Webb, R. M. Means, J. P. DeSaussure, H.
N. Pat ker, J. H. Roper, H. A. DeSaussuro, J.
R. aluin ewes, of tho Oriole. Augustus Yates,
coxswain; H. B. Ball, stroke; George Edwards,
N. Simons, H. R. Simons, CI. C. Gaillard, W.
A. Pringle, of the Blacksnake.
The j* dge*. Captain James Frazer, E. H.
Sparkman and F. K. Huger, decided that the
Blacksnake, whioh only carries six oars, while
her opponent carries eight, should bo allowed
About six o'clock the signal for the start was
given, and in a moment both boats were dash?ne;
through the water as fast as their oarsmen
could, with "astrong pull, along pall, ?nd a
pall together," make them. The Oriole came
ont victorious by fifteen seconds, the time be?
ing-Oriole three min?tes and forty-five sec?
onds; Blacksnake four minutes and ten sec?
A R BM ARK A RLE RECOYEET.-E vory body knows
that everybody else reads TUB NEWS, and that
its advertising columns afford the oheapest
and readiest means of snpplyiag wants of all
kinds, finding what is lost, revealing owners
for what is found, obtaining tenants for pre?
mises to let, or homes for hon so loas tenants
that, ia fact, aside from its advantages as a
vehicle of news, it bas become an institution
of general and acknowledged convenience to
every class in tho community. But it u not
often that tts atiltsy-iu'this respe st receives so
striking an exemplification as that which we
are about to mention.
In 1863-six years ago-a valuable watob
and cham was found ia King-street. All pro-"
per efforts were made at the time by the finder
to discover the owner, sad at vari?os' times
noce, both by careful inquiries and advertiae
menta in tbe columns of other city papers not
enjoying the universal circulation of THE
NEWS; bat all io vaia. No trace of tho owner
could be found. On Thursday last, the finder,
by the advice of friends, as a last resort, re?
wired to try the effeot of aa advertisement in
mr colamos, and accordingly called at THE
SEWS office and paid for two insertions of the
'ol lo wi QR:
TTtOUvD, A D'lUBLK-C.KED GOLD
E WATi'H AND CHAIN, ia King-street, in the
rear' 1863. ino owner caa have the aime by
proving prope ty and paying expenses. Apply to
jfflee DAILY Maw*. Address BL u. B.
Tho advertisement appeared on Friday -noro?
ng, and lol to tbo astonishment of the adver?
tiser, before noon OD the same day a gentleman
lad sought him oat and chimed and folly
dentifled the lost watch and chain, whioh
lave thus, after the lapse of six years, been
restored to the original possessor. livery
reader cao draw his own i nie re noe from the
.'aote in thin case.
CRUMBS.-A match game of base ball was
?layed Stturday afternoon, between tho Pal
netto and Starlight clubs, resulting in a score
>f twenty-nine for the former and six for the
It is reported that United States Diatriot,
ko., Corbin, will teodor bis resignation as City
attorney, to take effect on to-morrow night;
tlso that be will at once institute legal prc
jeedings against the city to recover the 17000
ie claims tor bis legal services.
A match gama of base ball was played bc
iweeo the Emerald and Charleston dabs, Satur
iay afternoon, the Emerald winning by a acoro
>f. eighteen to fif toen made by the Charleston.
Th* Emerald ha ? been victorious in all of the
bree matoo games played between theta dabs.
A private fight occurred oa Kins-street Sat?
urday betweeo two white moa, during which
me parted with a jototof his finger sod a piece
)f his ear, to which his opponent's teeth took a
Tbs Mollie Blowett, Anna Morgan and Susan
Stephenson case was onded Saturday, by all
parties being bonod over to keep the peace for
The fines imposed Ly the Mayor Saturday
amounted to twenty dollars.
The Carolina Base Ball Clob will meet at 8
It is reported that W. J. Whipper, the negro
codifier of the laws, has bought a $9000 farm,
located about fire miles from the dty.
It is not tb ought that the "Nicholson pave?
ment" will be latdjn the vicinity of tho public
Daddy Cain laughs at the report that "Es?
quire Mishaw, tba magistrate, who never roads
the Record only in oases of a trial of its editor
for 'high tie.ejiV ts fA> be the successor of R.
H. Cafla ad senator from .Charleston.' Ye Clods
James Wntrbt, ookxred. was? arrested,yester?
day by Officer Levy upon the ?argo fi steal?
ing plough iron from bis.?ui>>ioycr, Mr. Rich
The new Police bill, siys Daddy Cain, "is
another sweet nat for som? hungry ooi mo.-ant.
Just think of it, S?MOO paid to asst JI laay
lobbers to walk shoat the streets sad steal the
pigs of 'ye Poor Vidiere ' and distress honest
people by raokmg cusas of violations of the
city ord!aaocoa in orlar to get half the fee for
informing. Sow wo loog for the judgment
dey to deliver os from tais 'mierale.' "
The Missionary Record has "beeo informed
that Alderman r. J. Maokey has been convert,
ed lately, sod deprecates designating people
byname?, Jews and ? ya. A friend at oar
left says 'he is devdish reue ions, jost now.'"
B. P. Whitman, with Jennie Kimball as the
"bright particular star," is on the wing again,
and u* doing pp the sensational leg business in
Lpwdl, Massachusetts. .
The work on the asw Opera Boose Is pro*
Tho Savannah papers are trying to get Bp A
race bitween their boat. Km g Cotton, and oar
boat. Oriole, The King Ootioo bas, we be?
hove, beaten in every boat race about Savan
nah, sine J 1836.
The Federal soldiers here were paid off Sa?
HUMBOLDT.-Our German fellow-citizens ore
thoroughly interested in the Humboldt cele?
bration, and it will doubtless be a great suc?
cess'. Other classed of our population ought
to bo moving, however, in response to the in?
vitation of the Gorman association.
INQUESTS.-On Saturday last, Coroner Whit?
ing held ao inquest apon the body of Prince
Allison, who was drowned OD Monday last.
The verdict of the jury was "accidental drown?
ing." The body of the other man bas not
He also held an inquest upon the body of an
old colored woman, Lucy Brown by name, who
was found dead in her bed, at No. 114 Trodd
street, early Saturday morning. The verdict
of the jory was that her death was occasioned
by disease of the heart.
SHOOTING MURDEH NIAS COLUMBIA.-The
Phoenix, of yesterday, says: "A young wo
mao, Elisa Boyer, was found dead on yes?
terday near a stream about three and a half j
miles from the city. From the marks apon
her person it is supposed that sho bad been
outraged and then murdered. No clue as yet
hts been discovered as to the perpetrator of |
this foul act. The jury of inquest impanelled
by Coroner Thompson met, bnt have not yet ar?
rived at a decision. The post mortem exami?
nation was mada by Dr. R. W. Gibbes. Her
head and face were woundod in several places;
tbs skull fractured and the neck also showed
marks of violonoe, which undoubtedly caused
HOTEL AEBXVALS, SK? TOMB HE ll AND 12.
PaaiHon Hotel.-Colonel L. D. Childs, Col?
umbia; T. M. Kiels, Williamsburg; J. B. OTJon
neil, Savannah and Charleston Railroad; M. C.
Hall, South Carolina; James H. Thompson,
Wilhamsbarg; W. S. Cook, Gourdm's; W. Stone,
St. Stephen's; G. W. Hooper, New York; H.
Trimer, W. Graham, England; H. C. Carson,
Kew York; D. Thomas, Beaufort; A. M. Kirk?
land, Southern Exproas Company; G. Holmes,
beaufort; C. C. Chester, L. Guillauder, New
York; J. Gorham, Savannah; S. G. Northrop,
J. 8. Baoknight, Florida; T. O. Larkins, H. M.
Wiso, J. M. Brown, W. W.Sanders, South Caro?
lina Railroad; P. Brown, Barnwell; John Alex?
ander, Congaree Iron Works, Colombia; S. W.
Maurice, Kiogstree; Mr. Anderson, Covington,
Ga.; W. H. Kennedy, 8. N. Gr on, Barnwell;
A. Loryea, J. B. Hamilton, G. A. Neuffer,
Charleston Hotel_W. P. Mette, Newborn,
N. C.; Francis J. Frohly, - Henry, Balti?
more; John Chadwiok, Wadmalaw; J. W. Apio,
G. Hoohey, Miss Haynes. J. McElark, E. G.
Bleakley, G. Schelback, Augusta; T. R. Vaughn,
J. Thomson, Georgia; J. Oppeoham, J. T.
Spragoe and daughter, Mrs. Taylor and child,
New York; G. M. Holland, -; Charles
Street, Brooklyn; P. L. Higgin,-; G. W.
Parker, wife and two children, City.
MBSBBB. T. M. WABINQ AND ADO. T. SI?
MONS, two yoong bosinoss men of this city,
have formed a copartnership as wood factors'
and havo opened an office at the west end ot
TKB NINETEENTH CENTURY.-Bead the Sep
U ?r.ber Dumber of this Magazine It has been
pronounced the best in the series yet published.
The burlosquo oo 8tato Government is oayeooe
peppery, and a piolare of thiogs as they are
.eeo. mw2 Sept 13
Lia HT READ INO TOE THE WAOM WEATHER.
Oar friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular prices, are referred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C. 0. Richter, tho very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy King-street dealer (o books
and periodical* oi ali loads. His list will be
found to inslade something to sait every taste,
and l?seems to us a marvel how hu etui arrara j
to send bis booka by mail over the country,
vost-paid. at tho ridiculously low prices named.
51) i rta ?n? /arnisljing (?oe?u.
rp H K
G K K A T SENSATION.
Superior Fitting Shirts.
6 Hi a rs.
SHI HTS. i
SH! lt TS
POPULAR AMD BELT ABLE
Opposite Harket BalL
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
SHIRTS BEADY HADE, ALL SIZES.
Directions for Measurement, ftc,
SENT BT HAIL,
Hm. XIV It I V li-vi lt t-j KT,
One door below Harket
IN PRICES or
Tl HS *
MW TRY IT.
Jory 99 ._ Sotos
J T . HVSPbHSVg,
BRO EBB, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS.
oALES OJ REAL K9XA1K HTCMJKB, BONES, SB
CUBIT LES AND PESTOS AL PBOPEBT?
ATTENDED TO. 4
nm, ?1 BROAD-STREET
g OHARLKSTON, S. 0.
Sou. HEN SI BUIST, W. J. MASHA TH, Ks?.
Oeaeral JA*3? OONNKR, T. B, WABING, Ss?.
?l)ino, Whsmw, Cir.
^KL1,?V6 OFF I SELLING OFF!!
AT AND BELOW: C03T.
TBE ENTIBE STOCK OF
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY.
G. H. BROWN,
Sept 13 3 No. 138 Meeting-street,
T I. K tl T I K
A SUPPLY OF THB
."BUTLER" IRON TIES.
Just received and for tele by
Sept ll Imo HKNBi* OOMA ft CO.
AILEY COTTON Til
A FOLL SUPPLY OF THIS TIE WILL BE KEPT
BY US DUBING THE SEASON.
THE STEADILY INCREASING ? DEMAND
FOR THE WAILEY HE,
IS THE BEST PROOF OF ITS SUPERIORITY
OVER ANY OTHER PATENT.
FOB SALE BY
STREET BROTHERS & CO.
PASSMAN'S ALLIGATOR TIE
A FRESH SUPPLY OF 'BU ?UPEBIOB TIE,
made of the bent quality of Ina ana warranted to
give satisfaction. Portale at lo?- at ctab prices by
B, M. BUTLER,
Sept 8 Imo Agent at ? harleston.
?PORTANT TO PLANTERS.
FACTORS AND DEALERS IN IRON TIES,
FOR BALING C0T70N,
THE ARROW TIE.
THE INCRPARING DEMAND FOR THIS POPU?
LAR FASTENING- FOB B ALI?O COTTON
bas induced the rroprietor to |irovi io a largely in?
creased stock for tho p rp ?tnt season, and we aro
now prepaied to fill orders in any quantity.
Tho . ABBOW UK" ia put np In bondi? of sa
Bania and Ties, each of ten feet in length, each
buna le weighing M pounds.
ROBERT UUKE ?fe CO.,
Agent? for south Carolina,
Boyce's Wharf, Charleston.
BEARD'S PATENT LOCK TIES.
THIS HE TS UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST MAN?
UFACTURED, ls easy lo ramage, and possesses,
(treat srrnngth and durability. Having sold them
for tbe past two years, we can oordialJy recommend
them to our planters and others, as the vary TiE
ihey want, to render their bales neat, strong and
ootnpaoi; capable st blading bales from 4M to SOO
pounds. For sal? by
GK J. W. WILLI aH8 A CO., Factors,
August 16 mwf3mon Charleston, 3. C.
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW TOBE.
Office i Park Bank Building, Nos. ?14
and ?316 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, Vioe-President.
HEN BY B-LDBN, Eeeretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agent for State of South Carotina,
0-ce No. 37 Broad-street.
J. 8. BUI HT, af. D., Medlo- Examiner.
4ar SUP-AO I'NTS wanted throughout tbe State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMPHBKY?, 0-eral
Agent. m December 7
MUTUAL FIBE AND LI F B
FIRE AND LIFE DEPARTMENTS SEPARATE
and distinct bv charter. $10 -.COU paid into the In?
surance Department of Georgia according to la-*
for tbe oeneflt of the assured in this Company.
Kock holders wealthyaud responsible gentlemen of
A purely Southern Company, alloting only six
per oent ol ita earnings io the Nto_holders ; tbe
rest of the pro au divided among the Policyholders
on the ci ntubutlon plan.
fire Department has been in sue cass fol opera?
tion ror six months, and has already a oe-nutated
Lire Department in foll and successful operation,
and vieing with old companies tn its success.
AH of its Polia-a non-torfe>-ble, and of every
description of Life and Endowment, together with
an an i ul ty table and return premium plan.
No restncUous upon travel, place of residence or
Women insured on same fenns as men.
Loons half nf lis parmi-ns. No notes taken.
, W. J. LAWTON. President,
J. C. MonrK^tY, Vice-President,
a. J. LiuHrPOor, reece-ry.
C. F. McO A Y 'onad utiog ACMtry.
P. H WiiiOUT, EiatainlagPbyalo-n.
This Company ls now prepared io >a_e risks sither
in the Fire or Lue Der aetmcnte, and solicite a snare
ol the patronage of tbeeity and sta'e.
J t?. HOLM-8, Jr.,
General agent for fconth Carolina.
Local arvi Trave ling igents wanted in all aorta of
the Mae. Ll boral eo_mis?ions allowed, or a aal
_ry if preferred. Applications to be made to
J. O HOI.MKS Jr. General Agent, No. 35 Broad
street, Charleston, b. c.
July 31 nat_ wfm
rp H K CAROLINA
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
President, M. J WIOKB, PreeidsQt Memphis and
W?.President, I. T. PITTII.
i-ecrefary, W F. B0\ LB.
OY-BTHK-B- >H io i AND POU CI BM I8U0-D
amos September 180T.
Agents de?rel toro gnon?the State.
R. J. MAGILL, NO. AB Broad-street.
. Geaetal Agent for South Carotina,
August M mthlmo
JpiRE, MARINE AND UPE
S. Y. TUPPER,
IN PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK BUILD?
ING, EAST BAY-STREET, CHARLESTON.
8Rt UBTTT INSURANCE COMPANY,
ol New York, Cash Capital and 8ur
PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of
New York, Caan Capital and Surplus. 1,715,760
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPA
NT.'of New.York, Cash Capital and.
INTEBNATIONAL INSURANCE COM?
PANY, of New York, Cash Capital
and Surplus. l,200,844
NORTH AMESIOAN INSUBANCE
COMPANY, of New York, Cash Capi?
tal and Surplus. 795,237
ENTERPRISE IS SCR AN CE COMPANY,
Cash Capital. 1,000,000
OENIBAL CITY INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of Selma, Cash Capital. 200,000
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COM?
PANY, Cash Capital. 500,000
Q U V T B ? lt ll
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
PURELY A SOUTHERN INSTITUTION.
Assets July 1, 1860. .?510,000
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FORTY PER CENT.
INsUBKS LIVES AND PROMPTLY ADJUSTS
AND PAYS L033ES. Ita principal busineaa ia willi
Southern States, and to them it appeal? (or patron?
age. lt bas ample means to fully protect policy-hold*
ers and pay all losses.
JOHN B. GORDON, Preald-nt.
B.H.HILL, A. H. OOLQUirr, Vici-Preaidents.
A. AUSTELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance Committee.
W. C. M0BBT3, Secretary.
BOARD Or DIBBCTOB8.
Atlanta. Ga.-JOHN B. GOSDON, A. AUSTELL, E. W.
HOLLAND, J. F. ALEXANDER, J. H. OALLAWAT, J. M.
Athens, Oa_B. C. YANGET, BKNJ. H. HILL, ROB
EST leo MAE.
Columbia, 8. C.-WADE HAMPTON.
Augusta, Oa.-C. H. PHTNIZT, EDWABD THOMAS. ?3
Madison, Oa_D. E. BOTLKB.
Washington, Ga.-EOBKBT Too MUS.
('run be rt, Ga - B. J. SMITH.
Newtan, Ga -A. H. COLQUTTT.
Charlotte. N. C.-Wai JOHNSTON.
Allendale. 8. C - B. L. WILLINOHAM.
Oreenaboro, N. C.-W. A. CALDWELL.
J. H. DH LL E lt, General Agent,
S. Y. TUPPER, Resident Agent,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
H. W. DESAUSSUBE, M. D., Medlcsf Examiner.
August 19 DAc amos
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
N~E W Y ?~R~K~.
Organized In 185 0.
ALL POLICRS NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAS TAKES. SO SOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PEB CENT.
Police? in force.325,000,000
Annual Income. 800.009
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. PKCKHlaf. President,
WM. T. BOoKEB. Vice-PreaidenL
L. MoADAM. Secretary and Actuary.
O.A. FUDICKAB. Saperlatendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Drz, Nnw York.
Boo. JAMB? HABPEB, Firm of Harper A; Bro*., ex*
Mayor New York.
JOHK J. eua SE, President Bank Republic.
WM M. VEEMTLTE, Banker (Vennllye b Co.)
CHAS O. ROOKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking Com?
Hon. GEOBOE OPDTXE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. Mono AN, Banker.
THOM AH ?RION EY. Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
BEN/. B. HKBIIAH, f roaaurwr Now York Steam Su?
gar Bedninit Company.
AABON ARNOLD. Pinn af \rnoid, Constable k Co.
Ric II ABB IL BOWNE, Wetmore s Bowne, Lawyers.
K V. HAUOHWOOT, Fina E. V. Baughwont k Co.
WM WILKENS, rtrm of W. Wilkens A Co.
J cures H. PEA rr. Merchant.
WM. W WRIGHT, Merchant.
CHA? J. >TABB. Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN. Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE, Presldeot Continental Fire Insnr
JOHN O. S HE H WOOD. Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fi th Avenue and
EnwAon H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. VV FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COO-WELL, MerobanL
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. RHBN8TJBRNA. FxaminlDg Physician,
GENERAL AGBN r FOB CHARLESTON.
11 Alee No. 205 King-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0
LLFJ5 INSURANCE COMPANY.
ISSUMS ALL KINOS OF LIFE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLIOlrX DlTid-ndi annmdly in cask.
Onlv Company having the Definite Guaranteed sur?
render-Value Pl ID Poiic'es, world-wide. Second to
no Company in the United States lor stability, libe?
rality sod economy.
Oflce No. 141 Broadway, New York.
CHRISTIAN v>. BOUCK, President.
WM. M. COLE, ? ecrctary.
State Agency Na 35 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agente wanted throughout
the S tata
Apply in person or bv letter to
JA.HIO ?. HOLMEN. Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Joly ia mwf Cmos
r (J fa il D . A LEIA NOLS,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
Ho. 10 Broad-street.
BES PECT HTJ L LT SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD?
JUSTING ACCOUNT* ol Merchants and other?,
tod ?a WHITING UP AND POSTING their BOOBb,
either ta pan cr whole, Ac, January 9
EW HOUTE NORTH!
THE ST. LOUIS
IRON MO UNTAIN AND SO UT H ERN R AIL WA Y
Is now open for butiaeia from
COLUMBUS, KT., TO 8T. LOUIS.
Making the quiekest, safest and only all rail route
to St. Louis.
Passengers taking this route avoid one change of
cara and a tedious river transfer of twenty miles,
and arrive In St. Louis FOUB AND A HALF H0UB8
in advance of any other Road.
48" Trains leave Columbus upon the arrival sf
trains on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
W R ALLAN
Septl_Imo General Ticket Agent.
IOUTII CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'!? OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, 8. C., April 9, 1889. (
ON AND AFTER HUTDAY. APRIL 11TH, THU
P aSSEL'OER TRAINS of the South Carolira Rail?
road will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 is. M,
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery aa?
Leave Charleston.3.30 A, Ai,
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. ll
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rd)
road, .UK- Camden tram.
Leive Augusta.9.00 A. U
Arrive at Charleston.5.10 P. M
'.cave Columbia.7 43 A. K
Arrive at'Charleston.5.10 p. _
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.3U p. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. ?1
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, NasnvU?>
ind New'Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 p. 51
Arrive at Charleston.LOO A. K
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. M
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville an'
Leave Columbia.6.50 P. U.
Arrive at Charleston.! .6.80 A. M,
Leave Charleston.3.95 P. M.
Arrive at SummervIRe. 6.(0 P. Al,
Leave 8ummervUle.7.10 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.N..8.36 A. V
CAMDEN B BANG H.
Camden and t'olumbl ? Passenger Traits on Mox
nays, WEDNESDAYS and SATTJUDATS, connects wits
ap and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.36 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M
Leave Columbia.2.2" P. hv
Arrive ut Camden.7.05 P. Y
Stgnedi H. T. PEAKE,
April IO General Sur>?no?'">dent.
THE W1NN8BORO' NEYYd AND FAIRFIELD
Published In Wlnnsbovo', S. C.
THE LARGE A ND INCREASING* CIRCULATION
of the above papers (tn-weekly and weekly) in the
upper pot lion of South Carolina, warrant the iro
prietors In saying that t_ey offer aa good induce?
ments to advertisers aa any other papers in the State.
DESPOBTKS, WILLIAMS Ac CO..
Sept 10_ Proprietors.
IJIHE BARNWELL SENTINEL.
MERCHANTS. FACTORS AND BUSINE? MEN
will find it to ??eir intercut to advertise in the SEN
UN EL. It baa been published in that la- ge and pop?
ulous County lor ?evonteen years, sod baa a ci rou L
(ion nneornas-d hy ?ny country paper in the State.
-retauTliberal. Address E. A. BRONSON, Pro
prletor, illsckville, S. C.
August 33 Imo
PUBLISHED AT KIN G SI F.EE. 8. C., .
SIXTY MIL'S ABOVE rHARLES10N, ON THE
Northeastern Kailroad. and ia c rcuLited in Williams?
burg, Georgetown, clarendon, MI m ter, Darlington,
Marton, t-c. Business men will find it to their in?
terest to advertise in tt.is paper.
lt. C. TOOAN,
August 91 Editor aod Proprietor.
STABLISH ED,184 8.
THE MARION CRE3CENT,
MARION, 8. 0.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT
H. E. MCMILLAN, Proprietor,
THE OBKSflENT. BEING TBE PURCHASER
and i. ncc essor ot ihe old district paper, is the oldest
Journal la tb? eas ern part of the state.
Ibe Orescent is tue ofllcisl adviser of Marion
The Crescent bas a large aud growiog circu?s rion
among tbe bon people of the Peexiee Country.
ibo Crescent is tho best advertising medium in
(b's ste non.
Always address CRESCENT,
August tu Imo Marios, 6.
fJlHE ANJOKRSON INTELLIGENCER,
PUBLISHED AT ANrEBbON, 8. C.
H O Y T <& CO., Proprietors.
THB LNTELLIGENCBB HAS A LARGE AND
constantly increasing circulation ia Andersen and
adjacent oouotits, and, being tbs onlv paper pub?
lished In Anderson, affords an excellent medium
Business cards inserted at reaaonalo Yates
Liberal deductions made from regular terms to
yearly and balf-yearly ad verniers.
49-Jubscripbon <3 60 per annum, invariably in
JAWE-1 A. HOYT. J. F. CUNKS0AL?.
rjpHE BARNWELL JOURNAL.
AS THE BONINESS SEASON APPROACHES,
tho undersigned wt old respectfully call the at'ontioo
of the Merchants ol Charleston to the BAhNWf.LL
JOURNAL, published at Biaokviile, 8. C., a paper of
rapidly Increasing cin-alation, to be found in not
only every portion of the largo aud we.h by County
of Barnwell, bu fcl many other coondee of tbe
State, and has a scattering circulation rom Connec?
ticut to California. 1 he Jon na. in always on file at
the office ot Messrs. WM KER, EVANS 'k COK
WKL'.. tbe ag<-nte n charleston, and busmess men
would Jo well o aili in and lake a look at the paper
before making un their fall adverti-ementc for the
wc-?lloe of lue SUio
i arms moderate, whioh ran bc learned upon ap?
plication to WALKER, i VANS & OOG-WELL, or by
address ng the enbscriber at eitber Blackville or
Barnwell. JOHNS, th U K.
August 33 Imo
BUSINESS 'I E N .
Tiu? SOUTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT >UMTHlt,
If? ONE OF THB BEST PAFI' .8 IN TUE OP
COUNT KY; has a Urce oircuiatioi, and affords su?
perior advantages as an advertising medium. ?enn?
low. Adores Li A KB k OsTJiEN,
February 32 _amor"'"""
A TTENTIO?, ADVKltTKERS,
THIS 13 ONE OF TBF MOST PROSPEROUS PA?
PERS in the south, is published daily iu Montgomery
the Capital of A'aboma; bas an ext naive circulation
throughout the state, and offers advantages and lt?
ducemeuta to advertiseis which lew ether journals
A regular file af tho paper may be teen at tbe
PUBLIC READING ROOM,
No. S BRO AD-8TBEE1,
And contracts for advertising may be made with the
Agents in charleston,
WALKER, EVANS k 00 OS WELL.
G. H. GIBSON ? CO.,
March 9 Propri?t?s*, afonigomerr, An.
PUBLIC 8 %LB,
4400 Pair? Army Shot*.
At Quartermaster's Depot. Southern Wharf, at Hf
A. IS. 1?U> DAY, ?eptember 18
APD1 OM BABBITT,
B-ipt 13 Captain and M. H. BL. U. H. Army.
Ks late Sale-By order of th? Court of Equi
ty-SSA Shire? Savannah and Charleston
B? WARDLAW& CAREW.
Win ba sold at Public Auction, at ll o'clock A. li.,
10 MORROW, nth Instant, at th? Old Postofflee,
foot or Broad-street
334 Shares SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
Immediately after the above will ba sold,
96*80 CITY bli PEB CENT. S TOCK,old)
67 Shares Greenville and Columbia Railroad
60 Shares Northeastern Railroad Stock
21 a Union Bank Stock
106 Baok of Charleston Stock
41 Shares Plan te tb' and Mechanics' Bank Stoea.
A. Ga Mc?ILUY?AY,
By Tir rue of a writ of Fieri Facias to tue directed and -
delivered, will be sold on MON DaY, i be 4th day of
October, next, at then Orth eait corner of the Court'
house, between.H o'clock A. M and 3 P. M..
All the debt, title and latere?t ot the defendant
In all that TRACI OF LAND situate m the Isle Far.
1th of Christ Church, on the Georgetown road, about
three miles from the Toanof Mount HeeaantChaxiee
ton Count:, containing 100 acies, more or Isas, form?
erly the i roperty of John Hamlin Girting sod
bounding south on the landa of G. V. Kinloch, east
on the Georgetown road, weat on lands ol H. ts. Tew,
and north by the Georgetown road
Levied on and to be sold aa the properly of John
M. Bryan, at tba suit or Henry Hoi loeck et al. and
William Yon Gohren.
At the same tl e and place,
All tlie right, t tia and interest of ti e defendant in
sU that TRACT OF LANI- situa e In the Parish ?st
St. James. Goose ero k. at the Jonction of rooper
Uiver and Goose Creek, and known as "Pahnptto."
Also, th.' place known as Oakley, formerly owned bj
J. P. Deveaux.
Levied on and to be sold aa tb? property of Charles
H. Cobra, at the ault? of the First National Bank of
Charleston and William Gurney.
At tbe sams time and plac?.
All tl.e riatat. title and interest ol the defendant
in all that PLAN CATION known as "Bull Head,"
iu tha Pariah of St Thoma; and M. Denla, omtsin.
Ing 641 acre', more or lea<i. Pounded southwardlr
and castwardly on lands now or late of colonel
'lfcoroaa bcreven; westward ly on land? xcworktta
of Alexander Chovin, and northward!? ou Ianda?
now or late nf William Capers.
Levied sn and to be sold as tbe properly of Aar sa V
logan, a' the ault of EUI' De Trev:ile.
At the same rime and place.
All (he right, Mile and interest of the defendant
ina LO r of LAND situated in Meting, ri acanta
Line and Columba? streets, and known as Bf Wa.
with tho improvements thereon. Lot m - attiring ut
front 40 feet by aoOleetin depth, mor. or loss.
Levici on and tobe sold ai the property of K.
Bi Stafford, at the amt of Joba T. F ar bsa.
At the same time and place.
All tho right, title and ?ntcrt-at of tb? deren-lan t ia
all that i.01 OF LAND, with the Buildings thereon,
situate on the wests'li of King street, sod known se
No. 693. Pa d lot measuring in front on King-street
60 feet, sud In depth 330 leet, o* the saine more or
Levied on and to be sold as the p'operty st* p.
Duffle st the suit ol the Yuung America Fire Engine
At the sase time sud place, and on account and
risk of ihe former purobas.-r hs having tilled tc?
comply with the formet aale,
All the right, title and interest w" defendant la a
LO l' . F LAND, with a Wooden Dwelling and other
improvements thereon, sit?alo aouth aide of Ana
street, between Meeting aacLjtlUaoeih streets, and
known sa No. 13. bald lot Bfeuuriog 41 leet front
by 300 f. et lu depth. . "
Levied on and to be sold aa toe property of Jame*
Corcoran at the several tulla ol F D C Kracke as?
lornas cash. E. W. M MACKEY.
8apt 13_mt_>. 0. O.
IMPORTAST SALK <?F M ACHIM BUT. ?
7%? Entire Stock of Machinery, TJOU ?wi
Fixture?, of the Late Spencer R'ptiting Ri?
fle Company, Sufficient for the Manufacture
of 200 O uns per day,
WiB be sold at Public Sale, at the Armory of tho
Company, la Chickerloo Building, Boston, ott
TUE^DAY, September 38th,' ?*
This MACBINEBY ia of th* beat ?-oslltv ant
mai?, and consists In part of 160 MMlng Mioh'a**.
inciuding a proportion ot Index sod Universal Mill?
ing ita hines. 60 Engine. Lathrs. SO H md u?tbt?, 1?
Kctww Machines (Brown's and Sbarp*?,, a large aoja?
ba- of Di TH Press?-, Power V eas. Drops, Trip
H?mmert, Barrel Machinery of all kinds. Mst?
Shafting. Pullets. so., So., compri-iag over Sta*
lots, all valuable; aboat 1000 eet 3J? inch Mala
.'?hafting, Hangers and Pulleys:, 160 Horse Engine, 2
Catalogues will bs ready the 10th of eptember,
rnd sent by mall on application io
JOHN H. WELLS, Agent,
s pon. -r Biflj O isaoany, or
SAMUEL HATCH et CO., Auctioneers,
8 pte caber 13 6 H os toa.
Jlatltoncers' ?)r.nutc Mts.
Fine Residence tn Charlotte street
BY LOWNDES Sc ?KIMBALL.
At Private Sale
J but elegantly ailaated HOC-E on the nortkt
side of Chirlotte street, known at N >. ld, built?f
wood, with double piaszas and slate roof cotcaia
itig 13 rooms, among them bantry, do ating rooms,
bath looms, water closets, ?tc, with gas and water
works ru nmg through.
The Lot mor..-ure? about 100 feet front by 300 feef
deep; outbuildings ot brick, wito a commodious
cistern. 3 be property is in goon order, and ls. ia
every respect, ono of tho coolest and most desirabl?
rtaMen.es ia the city.
Terms cash. Apply as above,
Sent ll ag
CHABLESTON. SOUTH CAROLINA.
TB18 FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. flrTJATED TN A
pleasant location, and la the business portion of the
citv, renden it the mott iteeliabls tlotai for either
permanent or transient guests. . hr accommodations
are unsurpassed, having extensive ? ul tas <>i elegantly
furnished apartments lor f ml iles a d single gentle?
men. The proprietor will endeavor io tntnntain fae
high reputation er joyed by the " barloa ten" aa s
first class house, and no effort ?iii be snared tm de?
serve a continuance of the liberal patronage hereto?
fore bestowed upon it
The best of Livery accommodations wfll be fount
adjoining the establishment.
The house is supplied with the celebrated Arte?
sian Water of which delightful baths can be hat*
either day or night, t. H. J M'K -ON,
?lT. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW AND COMHOLTO?8 HOUSE, IOCAT
ED corner ot Broadway and rm ty tm m hil mima,
possesses advantages over all other bo OMI for the a*>
cooimodoUon ot its guests, lt wit built tupi ustaj
for a flrst-cluas family boarding boase-the rooina
being large and en suite, heated by ste im-wich hot
ano cold w tor. and furnished second to none; while
the culinary department ta io tht- most experienced
bands, affording guests an uneqaalled (able.
One of Atwood's Patent Klevator? is aiao among
tbe "modern improvements" ana st tbe service sf
guetta at all hours.
The Broadway sud University Plac- < ar? pass the
door evorv four minutes, rusnin- froiu the city
Hall to Central Park, while tte Mxtb an/i eveaflt
Avenue'inei aro nut a sh?'n block 'n eitoet sida,
affording ample facilities tor cc i> in un testing sub all
rbe depots, steamboat landiDus. -lUuee of anrnsa
ment and business of ihe gre 'I metroi>olU.
nifttK di HOLLEY. Proprietors.
Varch 13 *o0*
p ll A !.. HICKEY,
G I L D R B,
PORTRAIT i ND PICTURE FRAME M AN UFitt
No. 345 KING-8TBEET,
CHABLESTON, 8. a
LOOKING-GLASSES of sil six? fitted to Frame?.
Jalv 1G nae * fmw3mo
A F. CHEVRE (TX,
8CULPTOB i ND ?BCHITB0T.
Corner .Meetlng-Mireet aud Horrbonar?*
CHARLESTON, S C.
Plans made to order and work executed promptly..
No. 87 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KINO ANL ST. PHILLP.
rnMRPB OF EV EBV DESCRIPTION ANL.
BlTlx28S MATERIAL. LI UK and PLAflWB
IN?TBri, PAINTS. OILS. GLA3M&, SHJMGLESt
ab? GBOOVE AND TONGUE Bo ABOS, ?ta., ce*,
itmntly on band at the lowest market pries*.
September 13 lataslyr.