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THE DAILY NEWS
UrfMt Clrxm*iton.-raS D?ILT NEWS
BEING TBE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
? fNG IN TBS POSTOFFICE AT Iu S END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO TBE PROVIS?
SONS OF TBE NSW P0ST0FF1CB LAW.
Tu CHARLESTON NEWS, the circulation of
which is about twice aa large aa that of any
other paper published in South Carolina, is the
?est advertising medium for all business men.
For persons who want situations or servants;
who want houses or apartments, or hare them
io rent; who want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who have lost or found articles of raine,
*hra News baa no equal; and in order that all
Classes may hare their wants s applied, we hare
adopted the following scale of OEBA? ADVER?
TISEMENTS, payment for which must invariably
be made when the order ts given:
Advertisements of situations wanted bj or
Offered to clerks, governesses, tutors, work?
men, mechanics, house-servants, porters, shop- '
hoya, cooks and washers; board and lodging
Wanted or offered; apartments wanted or to
let; articles lost or found; houses, shops, offices
fed warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella
.acona wants of all kinds.
For each insertion of advertisements ot the
classes specified :
Not exceeding THBZXLZXXS or 20 words....35 cents
" Fous Liras or 80 words.41
" FIVE LINES or 10 words.60
All advertisements to be inserted at these
.rate? rnnat be prepaid and delivered at THE
NEWS office by 9 P. M.
Meetings Tilla Day.
Strict Observance Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Medical Society, at 7 P. H.
Eagle Fire C. mpany. at 7 P. M.
Marion Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Homestead Building and Loan Association,
-ai hair-past 7 P. M.
Auction lisles Tala Dm.j.
William McSay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, furniture, cow, Ac.
THE DAILY NEWS PRICK CURBENT AND COM?
MERCIAL C IE cu LAB will be ready for delivery at
oar coan ting-room at nm? o'clock this morn?
ing. Single oopie-j five cents. Ordern for ten
'copies and over will be filled at tho rate of two
tod a han* cents per copy.
A WORD TO MERCHANTS.-If jon want job
nrirrting done at rory obeap rates, call at THE
Mjpws JOB Ornes. Business cards $3 and up?
wards per thousand. .
AppoEvnaxHT.-Sr. William Seed has been
appointed a Htate constable. He has been
connected with the police and deteoiive forces
of this 01 ty, and made a good officer.
THE NEW OPES A HOUSE_The invitation
tendered by the architect, John H. Devereux,
io the ci ba ons to xisit the Opera Hoase yes?
terday, was taken advantage of by a number
of ladies aod gentlemen, who seemed much
interested in the building and the operations
of the workmen.
THAT BUNCH CABS.-THE NEWS learns that
ott yesterday Magistrates Kanapaux and De
Large received a communication from Gov?
ernor Scott instructine them to proceed with
the investigation of the charges against Mag?
istrate Bunch. Tbs Governor has beard both
sides of tbe question, we suppose.
WILL GET HIS LICENSE.-We learn that the
members of Connell feeling fully satisfied that
fahey, in not granting a license 11 Mr. Wulcern,
har? ?bown that they hare the power to do
ss they please with tbe citizens, and hare also
carried out their equality ideas, will great
him a license at tbe next meeting of the
Co un ciL "_
Tars GAZETTE.-Mr. James Brennan, a grace' j
ral and rigoron* witter, who has for some time j
past.been prominently identified with the cause
oPFonianism and with Iriah-Araorican journal?
ism in New York, h is boeome associated with
Hr. L. C. Nor.hr ip in the editorial conduct
sad proiine'orshin of (be Gazette. Under the
auspices of Mr. Brennan, undying hostility to
English rule in Ireland will probably become 1
leaning plank tu the Gazette's platform.
a THE OCTOBER MAO AZ area.-We bare received
the first number of Ihe Boral Carolinian, the
ne? agricultural magazine jost issued by
Mesar 3. Walker, Evans A Cogswell. A o asnal
glance at t?e conten?a conv?noos os that it is
tar s a pen or to any periodical of the k nd er er
published in the South.
The October na ?ber of the Nineteenth Cen?
tury is also ont, foal, as usual, of lively, varied,
and readable matter. We ab ill no+ice bo tu
these publications more fully in cor next issue.
THE SUIT FOB DAMAGES -It will be remem?
bered that a short time fi co tue oas* of |
-Charles Lafayette, negro, who sue J Mr. and
Mrs. Ki nam arr fer false imprieojrsent, laying
his damages at ninety-nine dollars, was heard
eVafors Magistrate Mackey, who reserved his
decision until yesterday, when he gave judg?
ment for the d?fendant, holding th it. to sus?
tain anita of this kind, "malice and ahsenoo of
reasonable and pro ba bli cause are necessary;
and in this ease "both clements were want?
ing ander the testimony of Lafayette him
soli" The decision is puohse 1 foll in onr ad?
Turn KB AND LUMBER.-Appended ia a state?
ment of the number of feet of lamber and mdl
timber inspected in Charleston during the
month of September. Owing to the low water
in the Cooper. Ashley and Ed ia to Hivers and
their branch.-H very little mill timber ia brou<ht
here: Two hnudred and seventy thousand
mar hundred au J sixty-nine feet of mill tim?
ber, and six nundi? d and ninety-seven thou?
sand eight hundred and cloven f JOS of lomoer.
Of this number three hnudred and sixty-thrre
thousand one hondred and forty-seven feet
were brought here bv the South Carolina Bail,
road, and two hundred and nine thousand
sereu hundred sud thirty-eight foot by the
Wa rann elsewhere s card from Mr. F. W.
Miller, editor and publisher-and wbo now.j
?miga? MWmm*GFttMh*<p\t7 by j
?&t?p*Z d&mj^m&TV. fha* *ys?r?
-spirit -WHrffds Mr; Mailor,?nd wo cheerfully
E^bW whathemttWA think necessary lor
td aleta, thai, we bad
mot??00^JSm?? wostworkhy in?
fect ***** Oktf- bf the Sea? ?ss
as tbe Joint property af one of the
pawed here, and
office. As to the
"o? "the refature, we are quite
ikes Mr. Miliar ahoold hara tbe bene?
fit of his own statement in our columns.
THE WASHINGTON LIQ HT IITFAHTBT MONU?
MENT_At the extra meeting of the Washing?
ton Light Infantry Cb ari table Association,
herd last evening, the plan offered by Mr. Mark
waiter, of Angosta, QB., was adopted. Stops
will be taken to have the monument erected
aa soon a? possible. When erected it will be
one of the mos: imposing in Magnolia Ceme?
The treasurer of the association gratefully
acknowledges tbe receipt of af iee o dollars from
a lady at tbe North, tbrougb Miss Salto?, in
aid of the monument to their dead.
A Nsw MOVE.-Tho conversion of tho Adger
building into an Academy of ?Mujio, made it
necessary that Mr. K. White should find other
quarters for his mammoth stock of furniture.
Mr. White eogageS commodious ware-rooms
[ just opposite his old stand, and for two days
sixty of John H. Davereox's activa workmen
were engaged in removing furniture of all
kinda from the old rooms to tbe new. The
long procession ot workmen so busily engaged
I Attracted a crowd o? spectators. The moving
in is DOW over, and Mr. White is again prepar?
ed to supply the public with everything in bis
THE STEAMSHIP GEORGI a.-We learn that
this steamship, which was recently put upon
the line between here and New York, was an
English blockade runuor during the late war
and waa captured by a Federal gunboat, while
about th\rty miles off the mouth of tho Savan?
nah River. The gunboat.in order to bring her
to, dring a shot through, instead of across
her bows. It is related that a member of the
crew of the gunboat, who had been captured
on another blockade runner, a short timo pre?
vious, but had enlisted iu tbe service or bia
captors, noticed that the soles of the shoes of
the sailors of the captured crew were very
thick. Boing up to "privateer's dodge*," he
made an examination, and found that the soled
were hollow and contai.iod gold coin. There
was a demand for privatoeramen's shoes im
mediately, and a considerable amount of gold
was realized. Thc Georgia, or Karaak, as abe
was then named, was sent to Now v0rk and
CfiUatBs.-Some of the lette:? from Colum?
bia ooma stamped Columsia. The postmaster
should have a new stamp made.
The records of the city are said to ba in thc
Charleston College building.
The fines imposed by the Mayor yesterday
amounted to $13.
Mrs. Dosoher has been required to give two
hundred dollars security for hoi appearance for
Yesterday afternoon a mule attached to a
cart fell down on the city railway track, at the
corner of Broad and Meeting streets, and
caused a short interruption to railway travel.
The captain of tba brig Cyclone wants to
place before the mista mate whom he shipped
at Boston. The mate objects, and thc matter
has been placed in the bandi of the lawyers.
Ennis Myers and Anderson Davis, negroes,
were arrested yesterday by Officer Hernandez
upon suspicion of stealing clothing from Mrs.
During the past four weeks tbere have been
one hundred and fifteen deaths in the city
twenty-nine whites and eighty-six blacks.
THE QBEAT SCABS.-Many wild rumors are
afloat in tbe city and along the coast in regard
to a "tidal wave," which, it is predicted, will
dreocu our seaboard, about the end of tbe first
week m the present month. Tbe whole foun?
dation /or Ute apprehension which prevails,
consista in the following paragraph from the
"Captain Saxby, of the Boyal Navy, has ca.ll
"ed publie attention to the following facts,
"which, rf verified bj resulta, will prove a
"curious instanco of a priori reasoning: At 7
"A. M., on the ensuiug October 5, the moon
"wilt be at the part of her orbit which ie
"nearest the earth; her attraction will, there
"fore, be at its maximum force. At noon the
"moon will be on tbe earth's equator, a cir?
cumstance which never occurs without mark
"ed atmospheric disturbance; at 2 P. M. the
"same day, lines drawn from the earth's cen
'Jue will cut tho.sun and moon ia the same
"arc of right ascension. The moon's attrac?
tion and the sui's will, therefore, bo acting
''in the same direction. In cluer words, tbe
"new moon will bo on the earth's equator
" wheu in perigee, and nothing more threaten?
ing can occur of big h tides and destructivo
"storms. Sur John H?rschel bas tai J tbat no
"man jealous of hia reputation will be a weath
"or prophet. The foregoing pre liction. which
"assumes to be grounded on aaoertaiuing ohy
"aioal facts, is given with s.n air of perfect con
"fldenoe, and may be tested in the ensuing
HOTEL \BBTVALS, BSFTEKBEB 30.-Pavilion
Botel.-3. Mikell, St. Paul's Parish; J. C. Sheri,
St. 7x>uia, Mo.; J. Gorham, City; Mrs. Nevins.
Savannah, Ga.; H. Z. Grabam, Myersville, S.
C.; D. H. Biro, Barnwell; Colonel L. D. Cbil lu,
Columbia; John ti. Terry, M<ster Terry,Walter
boro'; Solomon Link, Lcwisville.
Charleston Botel.-John D. Parker, E. Wash?
burn, Adams Bun; G. A. Meuffor, South Caro?
lina; W. J. Fisher, Boston; H. G. Fohee,
Georgetown; J. K. Yance, P. A. Chase. City;
A. K. Raimv, New YOTK; A. P. Blunt, City; J.
ft Gillet, Augusta; P. K. Boyle, Bermuda; J.
L. Rappiye, Tipailanti, Mich.; J. A. Walting,
W. baiting, E. Bayole, E. B. Start, H. Biggs,
F. D. Uar?, Oraugebnrg.
'The City by tile Scat."
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NBW3.
In your 'issue of yesterday, injury was done
to me and the enterprise which I have under*
taken, by the publication of an article alleging
that tbe City by the Sos, a free advertising
journal -the first number of which appeared
on the preceding afternoon-ia a " Radical
venture in disguise, and that it is owned by
the proprietors of a Radical city paper."
/ deny thu statement emphatically. It
baa likewise beon publicly denied by
tbe editors referred to. The circum?
stances-and all of the circumstances-oon
nee ted with tho publication are these, and I
have no hesitation in declaring tb?m: Anxious
to bring out the City by the Sea at tho earliest
day practicable having already secured a lar-e
advertising patronage, op the eve of applying
to a weJI-k aowii printing office in Charleston
to have th? work done there, I was informed
that the proprietors couki not engago in tho
undertaking from wont of particular facilities.
My experience With tho press taught mo that I
could expect no old or eo-operation from
either the Conner br NEWS, because they are
my rivilla in'enterprise, and 1 accordingly
called upon Mr. Wm. t?. Bran, a Southern gen?
tleman, weil known in the typographical pro?
fession of thia, city. After proper coca:? ; oration
be contracted to do the necessary work, ona it
; I frankly concede tb.it the "City by the Sea"
was printed on the type tn the jon depar'meot
of that papjer, and that, to pr event delay in the
publication of tho first number a few advt r
tie em en te, already set up were borrowed from
its oorunrrafl-!>uf f??ry were inserted wuhoui M|
knowledge or consent.
In conclusion. I ?nil edd that I have no de?
sire lo be mart\ rised for the benefit of either of
tbe^urn^l^reterr^w; and tpoeo who ?ava
hog ear to charges rjeJeroate^rto t?infn the cha
rae'er of a vpqpg moo proud of his home and
pebble; aatf io eruah oatan boomst ana worthy
enterprise. _ _ __ _. F. w. Erl aaa.
EJitor and Pubheher City by ike tie*.
Chartert on, October 1.
FOUR WORK HOGUES and one Baddie horse aro
for sale at the omnibuss office, corner of Lino
and Meeting streets.
OYSTER SOUP, fried fish, shrimp pie and beef
a la mode, will form tho attractions of Torck's
lench at " Oar House," this forenoon.
FANCY GOODS, MILLINERY, ?fcc. - Dealers
from the country desirous of replenishing
their stocks in the line of fancy goods and
millinery, will find a very extensive and choice
assortment at the wholesale establishment of
Messrs. Le?nick A Sell, No. 27 Hayne street.
The reputation of this house for consistent
fair dealing, and the fact that their goods
have been carefully selected with a special
view to the wants of this market, should en?
title them to the confidence and consideration
of our country friends.
OKS of Dickons' or Scott's wot ks is present?
ed to every annual subscriber to the XIX Cen?
tury. Sept 22
To THE LADIES.-Messrs. 8toll, Webb & Co.
have received a case of Fall Dress Goods from
an auction house, which they are offering at
25 cents (worth 45 couts;) together with a
large lot of Dry Goods in every other grade, of
the latest styles and choicest colors, at No. 2S7
King street. Sept 27
" REAPING THE WHIRLWIND."-" Reaping the
Whirlwind" is thc title of a thrilling Confeder?
ate story, written for Tho Banner of the South,
by Miss Annie M. Barnwell, of Beaufort, S.
C. Tho first chapter will appear in Tho Banner
ot tho South, October 9ih.
Send for specimens to L. T. Biomo A Co.,
Augusta, Ga. Terms, $3 per annum. The pa?
per can be bad of all newsdealers in tho United
States. 5 Sept 28
LIOHT READING FOR THE WARM WBATHEB.
Oar friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular prices, aro referred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C< C. Richter, the very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy King-street dealer in books
and periodicals of all kinds. His list will be
found to inolude something to snit every taste,
and it seems to us a marvel how he can afford
to send bia books by mail over the oountry,
post-paid, at the ridiculously low prices named,
3i)irts and /nrntsi)i!*a ?ocbs.
No. SM? KIVU-STKKKT.
One door below Market.
Ci At E. A T REDUCTION
IN PBI0B3 OF
SW THY IT.
Ju^y 99 tiraos
-ptt-KSH GOODS FUR TUB KALL,
SHIRTS AND GENT'S UNDER WEAK,
THE ?V093RIBER H A VIN? JUST RETURNED
from the North with a fresh and carefully selected
stock of SHIRT:) AND OKNT'd UNDERWEAR, re
ipec fully invites the pu?lio to call and inspect tho
THE STAR SHIRTS,
Hold by him, more than sustain their r?putation for
unequalled cheapness, finish, durability and fit.
For the genuine article, go to
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
July 8 nao titos
A LARGE LOT OF
SEAMLESS KID GLOVES,
J. R. READ A C 0 '8.
Oct ia No. 289 KINO STREBT.
N. FE HR ?N BACH'S
POPULAR BROAD STRUM SALOON.
Olaolee Liquors, Cigar? sand Tobaoco.
Kf pt 29
YOU WISH TO IIAVK A GOOD
APPETITE, a relish for Food, and a perfect Diges?
tion 7 03E SOLOMONS' BITTERS,
dept 17 Sinos
rjAlIK AflKUICAN BVBMHKOED,
The simp'est and mo t powerful in ?ne, It ia
proved to be the cheapest, most effee'rve, durable
?nd reliable PUMP Ha? no lost ber pac king. A child
can work it. For cale by
JENNINGS*. THOMLIN^ON s CO .
Pepi 98 Imo General Agent? .jr -o. Ca.
jyo YOU WISH TO PUT OPP 1SOE
FTMICELi* SICK HEADACHE, Sour RroetattODS
and Aridity of tho Stomach ?
r*p* IT 3moa USE HO LOMON V BITTERS.
gH%jfip?*oirse Attn HAia-cuTTiae
LADIES AND JHILDhEN
attended at their residences pronspUj and at toase?
Nod orden to W. E. MARSHALL, Barker.
April 14 Na, SI Broad-strett ra? stain)
INSURANCE STATEMENT S.
JN COMPLIANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF AN ACI OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
entitled " An Act to regulate the agencies of Insurance Companies not incorporated in the
Stale of South Carolina," approved March 6, 1869, the undersigned publith the following "an?
nual statements of the affairs" of two of the Companies for which they are agent.-.
W. B. HERIOT & CO., Insurance Agents,
No. Ct BROAD STREET.
Charleston, September 30, ISO?
STATEMENT of Ute tondit ion of the TRAVELERS' I> SI RASCE COMPANY, of
Hartford, Connecticut, OB tate thirty-first day of December, 1868, made to tile
Comptroller-Ocaeratl of tue Statte or South carolina
FiraL The name of thia Company is the TRAVELERS' INSURANCE COMPANY; it is located at
Hatttord, Connecticut, and waa Incorporated Jene 17th, 18 3.
Second. The amount of Capital Stock is. $500,060 00
Third. The amount or Capital Slock paid np is. 500,000 00
Fourth. A ?sets.
Cash on hand and in Bank. S 05,220 75
Cash in hands of Agenta and in courae of transmission. 35 053 ll
Amount loaned on mortgages of real eatate. 85,000 00
Amount loaned on Banu and United State? Stocks.1 . ^ "
Amount loaned on personal security.f 1?ouo w
- 36,500 0?
Acrumulated interest on loane. 6,214 47
Mocks and Roods, SB follows, viz: Par Value. Market Value.
United States sixes ot 81.$ 9,000 00 $ 10,001 25
United States Five-Twenties. 306,000 00 327,420 00
Connecticut state Bonis. 40,000 00 40,400 00
Tennessee State Bonds. 25,000 00 17,250 00
Virgiuia State Bouds. 31.80U 00 17,808 00
Ohio State Mock. 7 500 00 7 600 PO
Vlisabeth r ity (N. J.) Bo da. 10,000 60 9,500 00
Michigan Southern A Northern Indiana Railroad Ronda. 10.000 00 9,:i00 00
Indiauopoiis A Cincinnati Railroad Monds. 13,000 00 12,350 00
Chicago A Nortbwnsteru Railroad Bonds. 10 000 00 9.100 00
Chicago Wat*-r Loin Bonds. 20.00 ) 00 lu.GOO 00
American National Rank Stock, Hartford, (?50:. 10,000 00 12,200 00
City National Bank Stock, Hartford. 11,10 ) 00 12.099 00
i Ice .lr National Bank stock, Hartford. 12.0C0 10 16,200 00
Farmers A Mechanics National Bank Mock, Hartford. 10,000 00 13,000 00
.Mercantile National Bank Stock. Hartford. 10 0 0 00 11,000 00
New Britain National Bank Stock, New britain. 5 010 00 6,soo 00
Fourth National Bank Stocl. New York. 15,000 00 15,900 00
Na-sau Bank Stock, New York. 10.000 00 10,800 00
Railway Paaocngers Assurance Company, HartforJ. 58,600 00 CB.fiOJ 00
Furniture anJ Fixtures at two-third cost. 13.000 00
Revenue and Potage Stamps on baud. 93 24
Groas Assets.$ 821,609 82
Salaries due and unpaid. $1,347 48
Incidental expenses. 3,781 80
-$ 4,123 28
Fifth. Amount accrued for rent and other expenses, not due. $ 750 $0
Sixth. Losses in process of adj aatment. 12.(00 00
Seventh. Claims disallowed. 65,760 00
- 82,629 28
Eighth. All other claims against the Company. .
Net Aasets.$ 738 9?0 54
Net As-acts Ute Department. 318,935 05
Total Net Assets.$1,067,916 6$
[Seal of the Travelers Insurance Company,]
l-igned] J. G. BATTERSON, President,
[aigned] LOONEY LENNIS, Secretary,
STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 1
Oouxtx or BABTFoun. I . HaatTFOiu). Jimmy 9, 1869.
Personally appeared JAMES G. BATTEBSON, President, and RODNEY DEN Ms, ?ecretary. of the
Travlers' Insutance Company, and severally made oath that the above statement by them subscribed ts
true according to their beat knowledge and Helier.
[jeal.] 15 cent stamp. 1 [Signed!. EDWARD GOODMAN,
Commissioner of Deeda far South Carolina ba Hartford, Conn.
Statement of thc Condition of ihr PH03 NIX INSURANCE COMPANY, on tate 3lst
amy of December, 1868, made to the Comptroller of the State of South Carolina,
in compliance with tile l&ws of said State.
First. The nemo of this Company ia the PBiEXIX. INSURANCE COMPANY, and ls located at Hartford,
Seeon J. The amount of Capital Stock ia.$600,000 00
Third. The amount of Capital Stock paid up fa. 600.000 00
Cash ou hand and la Bank.$83.794 64
Cash in bands of Agents and ia oourae of trantrnissioo.118.433 30
Amount loaned em Mortgages of Beal Estate. 87.800 00
Amount loaned on Rank United Mates Stocks.'.. l.OoO 00
Amount loaned on Personal Sec tu ity..- . 60,740 10
Accumulated Interest on Loans. 4,975 26
Mocks and Bonds, as follows, vis: Par Value. Market Value.
75 shares United Mates Trust Company's Stock, Now York.$7.600 $13 760 00
200 i>nares rourt'i Natioual Bank .-tock. New York.20.000 31.000 uO
100 si.ar. s Metropolitan National Bank Stork. New York.10,003 14 4<0 00
100 shares Manufacturer-' and Merchants' Bank stock, New xork.10 00'J 10,200 00
loo shares Mechanics' National Bank Stock. New Y rk.10,000 13.000 00
2 0 shares Merolia-its' Exchango National Bank Stock, New York. 10,000 UH to 00
100 shares Merchants' National Bank Mock, Mew York. 6,000 6,250 00
50 shares National Hide aud Leather Bank Stock, Boston. 6,090 4,800 00
400 ula TI B Farmers' und Mechanics' National Bank stock. Hart?
ford.40 003 52,400 00
300 shares i irv National Bank Stock, Uart tord .30,000 31,400 00
200 shires JSma Nati nal Bank Stock, Hartford.20,000 33 ?UC 00
285 thires Phoauix NaUoual Bink Stock, Hartford.28,500 3H760 00
sou iharei Mercantile National Bank Stock, Hartiord.80 000 33.300 00
I 'S shares State Bank Mock, Hartiord.13 500 lb 126 co
300 shares Hartford National Bank stock, Hartford.80,000 42.000 03
101 abarca Connecticut Biver Bank. S?ock Har^ro d,,.5 OOO 7.000 00
371 * bares Anieri.au Na'tuual Bank stock, Hartford., ,18.3*0 33,003 00
150 sbarei New Britain Nation il Bank Stock, New Hrita-n.16.000 16,500 OJ
]60 shares Ci mens' National Hank Stock, Waterbury.lS.t.OO 16 600 00
300 -bares Waterbury National Bank stock. Waterbury.10.000 13 600 00
60 shares N la-jira Distri t Hank Stock. < a nada. 5 000 6.250 00
300 shares Hartiord trust Company's Stock, Hartlbrd.20.000 30 OOO 00
IOU shares t'o yoko Water Power Company's stec.10.000 12.600 00
ano shares Mic- igan Central Hallro.d Stock.30,000 3 ?.(.00 00
Hartto'd City Bonds. 6 per cern, interest.10,000 10.000 00
New Britain Water Bonds, 7 per tent interest.10,000 10,760 00
Minneapolis Water Bonds, lO err cent interest. 5.000 6,000 09
CuicaRoand Northwestern Pim Mortgage Baliroad ronds. 7 per
cen', interest.10.000 9,100 00
Mt.wansee and St Paul Pirat Mortgage Railroad Bonds. 8 p r ct. -
tu errat.50,000* 51,600 00
Indianapolis iud ?'men utvl Uallroad Bonds, 7 uer cont, interest.45.000 38 700 CO
North Mi-souri Uallroad Bond., 7 per cent interest.'5,00t? 32 0J0 00
Deliultt i y > onds 7 pe- cent. Interest.?O.'OO 60.000 00
Tillado Cit- Bonds. 6 per cent, interest. 3 010 3,000 00
Cincinnati < ity itonds, 7 3-10 per cent, interest.60.- 00 60.000 0 )
lenuessee Stale fonds. 0 per cent, interest.80 000 21 000 00
C noeoticut Mate Bonds. 6 per cent. Interest..00 ( - 0 101 000 00
aliioruit .-tato Bonds, 7 pc cent, interest.,. oOuO 6600 00
San Franc soo Bonds. 7 per cent, inter st. 6Si OOO 60 OOO 00
Ohio -tate stuck o 18 0, 6 por cent. Interest . : 9 u00 40.290 00
Missouri -tato Stock, 6 per rent, interest. 30.000 27 0 0 10
Unfed Mates Sto-t. "Sixes" ot ISSI 6 per cent, interest. 80 . 00 92,172 60
United States Stock, "Five twenties," 6 per cent, interest.52.C00 87,690 00
- 1,115,089 50
Fifth. Liabilities to Banks or others, due or not due.*.
Sixth. Levees unadjusted ar - -.'ne.
sevontb. Losses unadjusted and uot dae.
Knihtn. Losses unadjusted. 131.V70 62
Ninth. Lotees in suspense walting farther proof.
Tenth. All other claims again.-1 the Company for printing, Ae.
H le yen'h. The greatest amount insured in anyone risk ls $25 000. in special oases.
i welt th. The amount insured in anv one city, Town or Vtiljfe, dependa upon its else and how built.
Thirteenth, a he amount insured in any one block dnpends as above.
Fourteenth. Oertiled copy of tue Charter of the Company aa filed heretofore.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 1
COUNTY IF HABTVoan, J L'aanroBD January 21, 1869.
isreonaUy appeared B Elit LO i ?'), President, and D. W C. FEILTON. Secretary, ot the Phoenix
Insnrance ? ompunv, and severally made oath that tho above statement, by them subscribed, is true
according to their best knowied <e sod beUef. Before mc,
[MgnedJ STEP tl EN TERRY, Justice of the Peaoe,
|seaLj (cancelled1!} 1 *Octl
JAM? F AMIL. Y KNITTING M ACHIM IC.
J UK ONLY RXL'ABLK AND FUlST-TLA >9
FAMILY KN i TRB, cvor offjred to the public. Over
Ode bunnrcd d iTireat iraimcuts and ?ti tehan. Ookl
and ?liver medai* at ali tba principal F. ira in th.?
United ?lato- and ?nrope Beat thing for Agents to
malte na'Dey ou. For trun nie- arni lorain address
LAUD KSI TT INO M. M. ca.
Bop< 28 Imo Ohloop- o F?n.?, Uara.
J T . H V 31 H H It IC Y S ,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS
9AI.?S OF RXAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BONDS, SB
OOBITIES AND PERSONAL ?ROPERTI
No. 4 1 DRU AD-STRICKT
OHARLK^TON, 8. a
atr EKES CES.
HOB. BEN ? 8U?ST, Vf. J. MAGRATH, Esq
?Voeral JAM7R GONN KB, T. B, WARING, Eaq.
jy? YOU WISH TO 8LKEP SOUNDLY
at night, and awake ia the morning with a thorong h
appaeciatioa of your Egg, Bolls and CoSeo
Sert T7 SUM? USE SOLOMONS'DIICTRS.
??1 PO KT ANT TO PLANTKKS.
FACTORS AND DEALERS IN IRON TIES,
FOR BALING C0T10N,
T ll E A R R 0 W TIE.
THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR THIS POPO
LAR PASTKKINrt FOR BALrNG O OT TON
bas Induced the i roprietor to provi <a a largely in?
creased Stock for tbe pr^nt season, and we are
now prepaied to fill orders io any tpiantity.
tho -'ARROW TIE" it put up io bundles of 33
Bania and Tie?, eaeb of ten ieet iu lengtb, each
bondie weTghiDc 66 pounds.
It ll S EUT Ml' tt E ?at ru..
Agent, for Houth Carolin?,
Boyoo's Wharf, Chark*! on.
Sect 8 w'm12
A C. K A. I' F .1 A .V ,
BROKER AND COMMltJSION AGENT,
Eo. 26 BRO AB'S T RE El %
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO TBE POS?
CH ABB End ?ale ci Beal Balate, Stocks, Benda, Bank
Billa, Ac, Ac. wfratao ce Sept ld
frn wow* cir.
FALL GOODS FOR 1869,
JUST OPENED AT
STOLL, WIEIBIB &o CO.,
Nos. 387 and 289 KING STREET.
WE RB8PE0TFULLY CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE LADIES OP CHARLESTON"
to our New Stook of CHEAP Dry Goods. Every department ia foll and complote in Variety
and in PRICES.
Ladies cm depend on buying uHEAPER from na this year thaityhey hay?e7er done before.
Our ENTIBE STOCK ia marked at a very small ADVANCE, and wo ara determined to give our
Customers evory advantage posaiblo in purchasing this SEASON.
A treat many Goods have baon purchased from AUCTION HOUSBSJand will be sold yerytov
We beg to mention a few Special Bargains which are selling very rapidly.
1 case FALL DRESS GOODS at 25, (worth 45.)
1 ca?e assorted Winter Poplins, 25 cents-very cboap.
i case aasorlod DaLaines, 20 cents. . -
1 case assorted Poplins at 30 aod 35 cents -cheap.
1 case Changeable Poplins ac 40 cents.
1 case Winaeya (now) for Suits, 25 cents -choap.
A large lot of 7-8 Poplins at 50 cents, (worth 75 cents.)
20 packages of 7-8 8olid Colored Poplins at 40 cents-very cheap.
Choice lot of French Poplins, in the most fa-ihionab'.o Shidss, also, a small lot of Dress Silks,
in Light Sbades.
French Merm?os and Eupress Cloths in every Shade and at low figures.
Ladrea will please call and examine our Stocks before purchasing elsewhere.
NEW LOT OF BLACK SILKS AND BLACK DRE-'S GOODS.
1 bale WHITE ALL-WOOL FLANNEL at 30 cents.
1 bale 7-8 White Flannels at 40 cents, (worth 50 cents.)
I bale4-48nper White Flannels at 50 cents-cheap.
Opera and Sack Flannels, all Shades.
Alt-Wool Rad Flannels at 25 cents, (less by pieces.
I case assorted patterns Figured Cassimeres, for Gents' Suits, at $1-ohean.
Family Blankets in overy Varietv and at Low Prioes. Special attention to a obeap White
Blanket at $3 per pair, job.
BLE VC H ED TABLE DAMASK at 70 cents-cheap.
1-2 Bleached Table Damask at 50 cents, (worth 75,)
A lot of Hack Towels ovjr ono yard long at 25 cents.
Super All-Linen Hook Towelling at 25 sonta.
20 pieces very ciieap Bird Eye Diaper, (a job.)
Russia Diapers and Cotton Diapers.
1 case 4-4 Longcloths, 12 J eenie-cheap.
Onr Longcloth Stock is the largest we bave ever shown, ranging in prioe from 64 cent? ta
20 and 28 cents. Every pieco in the boat Standard BRANDS WARRAN IUD PERFECT is
CALICO f3 FOR FALL AND WINTER IN* VERY LARGE VARIETY.
ONE CASE VERY CHEAP MADDER COLORS AT ll CENTS
Oar Stook is Full and Complete in every Department, and Consumers can invest (heir
lucia to advantage at the Cheap Store
Nos. 387 and 389 King Street.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
garb-ware, Cniltrn, (Ste.
lEI^IR/T <fc CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. D. COBEN. D. S. H A ET. I?. 8. HABT. P. MOHAN. /OHE V. M'.N'AMCB.
Wholesale Store, No. 39 Hayne-street; Bet sil Store Comer King
and Market streets.
BAR IRON, MILL ROCKS,
PLOUGH STEEL, BOLTING CLOTH,
NAILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
METALS, FAN MILLS,
GUNS, HOES, PLOUGHS.
A LABOE ASSORTMENT OF
ALSO, A HANDSOME ASSO?TMENT OF
RODGERS' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
PLATED AND BRITANNIA WARE,
HOUSE FURNISHING AND FANCY GOOD? OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
8?Pt 3* r>*o tawSmoe
3 nb ur aie.
g U U T H E K *
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
PURELY A SOUTHERN INSTITUTION.
As KC ti Joly 1, 1869.5510,000
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FORTY FER CENT.
INJURES LIVES AND PROMPTLY ADJUSTS
AND PAY" LOBSEs. It? principal business ls with
Southern <Utes, and to them it appears (or patron?
age. 11 bas ample means to lolly protect policy-hold?
ers and i .av all tosses.
JOHN D. GORDON, P>eaid nt.
B. H. HILL, *. U. COLO.ru T, Vio?-Presidents.
A. AUX PELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance Committee.
0. MORRIS Secretory.
BOARD or DIB aero n.t.
Atlanta. Ga.- Jon.v B. GOSDON, A. AUSTELL. E. W.
HOLLAND. J. F. A uer A.VD Efl, J. H. CALLIWAT, J. M.
Athens, Qa.-B.' C. YI5CET, BENJ. H. HILL, ROD?
EST I BOMAS
Colombia, S. C.-WADE HAMPTON.
Augusta, Ga.-C H. PBIMZT, ED-VAJSD THOMAS.
Madison, Ga.-D. E. BTJTLEB.
Washington, Ga.-RODERT TOOMBS.
Cutnbert, Ga -B. J. Kiera.
Newton, fla-a. H. Ccuujurrr.
Charlotte. N. C.-WM. JOHNSTON.
Allendale. 8. C -B. L. WILLINGHAM.
Greensboro, N. C.-W. A. CALDWELL.
J. H. M ILL Kit, General Ag ?nt.
S. Y. TUPPKH, Resident Agent,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
H, W. DiSAUSSURE, M. D., Medical Examiner.
August 19 oao arno?
^j. BOftOI A
MUTUAL FIB E AND LIFE
?lV.y. AND LIFE DEPAFTUKNTS SEPARATE
and distinct br charter. $1?>,0(W paid into toe In?
surance Department of Georgia a-cor dog to law
for tbe benefit of the assured ia (hi? ('ocupan?.
h>tr* iholdera wealthy and respon?tb-e ijentlemen of
t?t or tri J.
A purely Southern Company, aJIotfoj; only ?ix
per cent, ol Its earning*, to the MockhoMera; the
rent of t?o profita divida1 among thu Po.icrboldezs
on Ute c< ntiibntiun plan.
?ire t/epartmou: lia? been in ?accessio.! opera?
tion for six months, and has already ; cumulated
Life in part mont in full and sueceaftfal operation,
and vicing with old companies m ita ?oert-a*.
AM of ita Solicita non-iortpirablo and ot every
description of Life and Endow men', t. (re > ber with
an ubi uity table and return premium plan.
No r-8'jic?jus apon travel, place of residence or
Women insured on same terms as nu n.
Loans half cf its premium*. No notes talnn.
W. J. LAWTON. President.
J. C. MCBURNEY, vice-President.
?. J. LIGHTFOOT, secretary.
0. F. MCCAY. < ODSU uting AC nar?.
P. H WRIGHT, Examin as P >i-lclao
This Company U now pr?-pa red 'o ak? i-?- 'i'hec
in ihe Fire or Life Department?, and ao.Hta a <-ba#e
ol the patronage of thecuy and "?t?'e
jr. G. HOU ?1 . &. Jr,
General Agent for -ou<b Carolina.
Local so* Travertin* agents ?anted la ail oaru'of
the -U'e. Liberal eommisaioTM al loved, OT a sal?
ary la* preferred. ApplicaOoos to b* ?arte fe?
I. O HOLMES. Jr. General Agent, Ra 35 Broad
preet Charl eetoa, S. 0.
July ai MO wftn