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LONDON, Maro h 19.- In tho House ot
Oomrapns to-day the biji for th? d??e?tab
lishtn'ent of th? Irish* CHuron came up for
its second reading.
Mr. Disraeli addressed the House. His
argument was that the connection between
the Qhorch and State was a necessary one,
the former rendered the State religious, in?
vesting its authority with the highest sanc?
tion. This Irish scheme was likely to de?
stroy religious freedom and toleration. It
was a complete violation of the rights of
private property, corporate and private
property being intimately connected. All
nets of spoliation wore dangerous; hitherto
they had been followed by civil war or
something worse. Former confiscation had
only enriched the laud owners. The
strength of Ireland was in her connection
with England. The majority of the Irish
people were discontented; the settlement of
the ohureh question would be insufficient to
quiet their discontent; the land question
required settlement. The details of this
scheme were complicated and delusive. Mr.
Disraeli deprecated the course of the
present Government ns in antagonism to
the former policy of tho Whig party, whoso
aim wa3 civil and religious freedom. In
conclusion, he expressed a belief that the
bill was most dangerous to the country, but
he felt that he could depend upon the pru?
dence and patriotism of Parliament. He
then moved that the bill be read a second
time six months from to-day.
Mr. Wm. H. Gregory, member from Gal?
way, followed in reply. He taunted the
last speaker with his inconsistency, com?
paring tho speech bc had just made with his
former declarations that tho Irish Church
was a monstrous grievance to Ircle.nd. Mr.
Gregory, however, did not unreservedly
support the bill; he thought an equitable
division of the church property among the
three religions parties preferable to the
present scheme of distribution.'
In th?"* House of Peers this evening. Lord
Grey uod Lord Cairns condemned the
policy of tho Government in releasing thc
Earl Granville, Colonial Secretary, ex?
plained that the ovations given by theil
friends to the released Fenians were acts ol
personal hospitality-not demonstrations o!
hostility to the Government.
LONDON, March 20.-The Irish Clairol
disestablishment was debated last nigh
at great length. The principal speaker in
favor of tho measure was Jehu Bright.
MADKED, March 19.--The trouble in An
dftlusia still continues. At Ferez de h
Frontera opposition to military conscrip
tiuu culminated in a battle between the in
sargents and the troops. Tho engagemen
was bf short duration, but was very fierce
The insurgents were defeated nud routed
I Six hundred of them were taken prisouers
Miramon, nt the head of 900 Carlists, btu
appeared at Pantena, in the mountains nen
Almeria. Troops have been despatched t<
M AU J: ID, March 22.-100 soldiers wer
killed at the Xerxes fight. The loss amon?
the citizens was heavy.
VIENNA, Maroh 19.-A royal decree ha
just been published, establishing trial b;
jury for offences against the press law.
HAVANA, March 22.-The political prison
era have sailed. The embarkation was oi
derly. The wharves and house-tops wer
packed. A thief was badly beaten, wh
was taken by the volunteers in barracks
One of the Polios Commissioners, suppose
to be a friend of the thief, was killed. ,
drum-head court martial condemned th
thief to death. Cuban cries of "Death t
Spain!" " Vi va C?spedes!" were heard ne?
the Governor's palaoe, when the sentim
killed one of them. Frequent cries t
"Viva C?spedes!" are hoard.
Affairs In Washington.
WASHINGTON, March 21.-A letter wt
read in the Metropolitan Church, to-daj
when Grant and Chose were pr?sont, oskiu
the spmpathy and prayers of the congregi
tion for the revolutionists in Cuba.
WASHINGTON, March 22.-T. B. Lawreno
formerly husband of Sallie Ward, of Loui
ville, known as the 1 'Belle of the West,"
dead, and Robertson, Chairman of the Cot
xnittee on Political Disabilities, is preparii
an omnibus disability bill, excluding ;
names likely to delay action.
There was a Senatorial caucus this mor:
ing-fall, but stormy. On^motion, Grime
Sprague, and six others, were withdraw
The caucas meets again this afternoo
Suspension of the tenure of office hill t
next session seems abandoned; tho fig
will be over suspension for years or repeal
In the Senate, a bill passed requiring pr
prietors of bonded warehouses to pay t
Bama as storehouse keepers. Tho bill a
thorizing Northern and Southern railroa
to connect through Washington passe
In the House, an immenso number
bills were introduced under the regularen
among them was one to divido Texas-<
ganizing a portion of the State, South a:
West of the Colorado River, into a Stu
and continuing the Provisional Govei
ment. Referred to the Reconstruction Co
mittee; also, a bill incorporating the Soul
ern Express. A joint resolution gran ti
the right of way to the Memphis, El Pi
and Pacific Railroad, passed. A rosoluti
that contestants for seals, disqualified
di?loyalty, shall receive no compensatio
passed-109 to 28. A bill removing f
election disqualifications of persons, a
declaring the person recoiviug the ro
highest number of votes elected, was int
dnced-consideration postponed to Wedn
day. A bill abolishing tho chief of staff
the General of the army passed. A reao
tion to withdraw the concurrent resolut:
from the Senate to adjourn on Friday fail
A motion to suspend tho roles, for the p
pose of introducing a declaratory resolut
mim i .m i i
that the fi? loen th amendment wai to include
Chinese, failed-42 to 106; a strict party
The papers nominating Charlea M. Wilder
(colored) for post master ut , Columbia, S. C.,
are before the President, endorsed by Cres?
well a ad the entire South Carolina delega?
CHARLESTON, March 22.-Arrived-steam?
ers Magnolia, New York; Falcon, Baltimore;
schooners H. N. Squire, Boston; J. H.
Lockwood, Richmond, for Savannah; Hattie
Combes, Richmond; Hatch, Rich moud; N.
W. Magee, Now York.
FINANCIAL AVI) OOMKBROIAt..
Nsw YORK, March 22-Noou.-Flour dull.
Wheat lower and dull. Corn quiet, and uu
chauged. Pork dull and declining-now
mess 31.37(3)81.50. Steam lard dull-bar?
rels 1S%@19. Cotton steady, at 28j?.
Freights quiet. Stocks active and excited.
Mouev offered freely at 7. Exchange 8j??.
7 P. M.-Money short, at 7. Sterling
dull, at 8,:',,. Gold 31. Slocks firm-Go?
vernment steady. Southern securities dull
and heavy. Cotton steady, with sales of
2,200 bales, at 28)?. Flour a shade easier
State superfine ?.??iojC. U0. Wheat l(a)2c.
lower. Corn declining-yellow Southern
1)2. Pork lower-new mess 31.50. Lard
dull-kettle 19@19??. Whiskey quiet, at
95. Rice-Carolina 9(a)9}.j. Sugar active
and higher. Freights firm.
BALTIMORE, March 22.-Cotton steady, nt
28. Flour activo nud unchanged. Wheat
dull. Oats d?ll. Rye dull. Pork 32.50.
CINCINNATI, March 22.-Whiskey steady,
nt 90@91. Provisions dull and nominal.
Mess pork held at 32.00. Bacon-shoulders
13s?; clear sides 17J._..
NEW ORLEANS, March 22.-Cotton-mid?
dlings 273.(; sales3,100 bales; receipts, since
Saturday, 2,390; oxports 0,895. Gold 31%.
Flour declined-doublo G.00; treble 7.25.
Corn firm. Pork dull, at 3?.50. Bncou
only retail trade-shoulders 14^; clear rib
17%; clear 18. Lard firm-tierce 18,i"<V?}
19,'j; keg 20*?@21L?. Sugar better-com?
mon ll)i<(Vi)12^; prime 14' J. Molasses
better-primo 75@78)-2- Whiskey inac?
tive-Western rectified 92'J. Co?Tee dull
fair 15;}4'; prime 17(<f}18.
MOBILE, March 22.-Sales of colton to?
day 750 bales-low middlings 20'.. ; receipts
SAVANNAH, March 22.-Cotton fair de?
mand-middlings 27; s.:!es 700 bales; re?
AUGUSTA, March 22.-Cotton market moro
active, with sales of 285 bales; receipts 150;
CHARLESTON, March 22.-Cottou dull and
nominal, with sales of 125 bale3-middlings
27($27>., ; receipts 542.
HAVANA, March 22.-Sugar slightly ad?
vanced; holders ask still higher figures.
LIVERPOOL, March 22-3 P. M.-Cotton
quiet-uplands 12; Orleans 12'.?.
LIVERPOOL, March 22-Evening.-Cotton
rather more active-uplands 12; Orleans
12>4'; sales 12,000 balfes.
SOUTHERN SECURITIES.-The New York
World, of Friday, in its monetary article,
gives the following report of that market on
In Southern securities, Louisianas were
heavy and lower, and the others were strong
at the quotations. The closing prices were
as follows: North Carolina bonds, old, 62,'
to 63; North Carolina bonds, new, 57 *4' to
577^; South Carolina 6 percent, bonds, old,
71 to 72; South Carolina 6 per cent, bonds,
new, 70 to 71; South Caroliua registered
stock, old, 63; Charleston, South Carolina,
6 por cent, stook, 50; Sooth Carolina Rail?
road stock, 45 to 49; South Carolina Rail?
road 6 per cont, bonds, 71; South Caroliua
Railroad 7 por cent, bonds, 85; Northeast?
ern Railroad first mortgage bonds, 80;
Greenville and Columbia State guaranteed
bonds, 54 to 57; Tennessee 6 per cent,
bonds, old, 66 to 66%; Tennessee 6 per
cont, bonds, new, 65 to ?5}4; Memphis City
6 per cent, bonds, 51} X to 51%; Memphis
City old bonds, 55 to 56; Memphis aud
Charleston Railroad stock, 46 to47,!?; Mem?
phis and Charleston Railroad first mortgage
bonds, 88 to 91; Memphis and Charleston
Railroad second mortgage bonds, 75 to 78;
Alabama 5 per cent, bonds, 6734; Alabama
8 por ceut. bonds, 97Jf? to 100; Louisiana 6
per cont, bonds, 72; Louisiana 6 per cent,
levee bonds, 66 to 69; Louisiana 8 percent,
levee bonds, 86; Georgia 6 per cent, bonds,
80 to 83; Georgia 7 per cent, new bonds, 92
to 93; Virginia 6 per cent, old bonds, 57;
Virginia 6 per cent, new bonds, 60 to 63.
HORRIBLE PUNISHMENT OP A MURDERER.
A Chinese laborer, not long ago, murdered
a whole family of seven persons, in Peru.
He was arrested, and whilo tho partios who
had made the arrest were taking him to the
judicial authorities he was rescued from hi3
guards by tho inhabitants of the town of
Guadalupe. They took him to the public
squaro of their town, covered his body with
kerosene oil, and thou burned him alive in
a Aro which had been propago.1 for the pur?
A counterfeiters' den was discovered four
miles from St. Louis, on Tuesday. Fifteen
thousand dollars in bogus local treasury
warrants, a lot of spurious fifty cent United
States notes, and an assortment of counter?
feiters* implements, were captured. A wo?
man living near tho place was arrested.
An explosion occurred in a powder-mill
and torpedo fuctory near Titusville, Penn.,
reooutly, by which throe workmen were
killed, and the proprietor, Col. Davidson,
so seriously injured that his recovery is
Nearly fifty bodies have been washed
ashore near the scene of tho Mittie Stephens
disaster, in Red River, Louisiana. Ono
lady was identified by two wedding-rings on
her fingers, each bearing her name.
SATURDAY, March 20.-The Senate as?
sembled at ll A M." .
The House returned to the Senate an Act
to determine the Taine of contracts made in
Confederate States notes or their equiva?
lent. AIBO, "a bill to alter and amend an
Aot to incorporate the village of Ki uga tree."
Ordered to bo onrolled.
The acoount of W. W. Wind, Sheriff of
Williamsborg County, for services in guard?
ing prisoners, amounting to $214.50, was re
A number of reports from committees
A joint resolution was adopted, to appoint
a committee of investigation for the Third
A resolution was introduced, instructing
the Committee on Railroads to report back
this day a bill to aid the extension of tho
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tho House mot at ll A. M.
The memorial of citizens of Anderson
County, relative to difficulties iu regard to
tho working of the public highways us at
present provided in Act No. 71, was refer?
The accounts of B. Dent ($9.00) for fuel
furnished the Hotise of Representativos;
and of W. E. Templeton, M. D., of Rich?
land County ($50) for jtost mortem examina?
tion ; D. Forrest ($4.50) for locks, &o., and
the account of W. Sholl ($5) for fuel furnish?
ed the House ot' Representatives; W. B.
Stanley ($4) for basket, <fcc, furnished the
Comptroller-General's office; Isaac Epps, ol
Williamsburg County, for services reuderetl
as teacher of free schools, were referred.
Tho petition of tho Charleston Mechanic'*
Union, No. 1, for an Act of incorporation,
The Committee ou Railroads reported"
favorably on a bill to charter the Manches
ternud Augusta Railroad Company.
The Speaker laid before the House tin
following communication, which was rc
ceived as information:
COLUMBIA, March 19, 18G9.
7b th" Honorable the Speaker and Members oj
the House vf Representatives of the State oj
HONOBAHLE Slits: Feeling that the actiot
L took on yesterday in allowing my feeling:
to get the better of my judgment, was no
such as was in keeping with the dignity o
this House, I deem it necessary that !
should oller to you, gentlemen, an npolog;
for the course I pursued, and beg leave ti
state that I was actuated by tho ungentle
manly and undignified manner in which Mr
DeLarge acted, and the profane and ungen
tlemunly laugungo ho used and npplied ti
mo. Feeling that my action was a reflec
tion upon tho dignity of the members o
your honorable body, whilst I do not de
siro to offer au iota of apology to him,
desire to offer au apology to the membei
of this House for my action, and hope tba
in the future I'll better bo able to contri
my feeling whilst in the Hoes?. I have tb
honor to be your obedient servant,
T. K. SASrORTAS,
Representatives W. J. McKinlay un
Keith obtained leave of absence
The further consideration of a bill to ai
tho Chatham Railroad Company was pos
poned until the second Wednesday in D<
A bill to define the jurisdiction of Ju
tices of the Peace and regulate the practh
in Justice Courts, was postponed until tl
next regnlar session.
Bills to amend an Act entitled "An A
to define tho jurisdiction and regulato tl
practice of Probate Courts;" to furth
amend an Act entitled "An Act to define tl
jurisdiction and regulate the practice
Probate Courts;" to amend an Act entith
"An Act to fix the salary and regula
tho pay of certain officers;" to repeal au A
entitled "An Act to prevent persons hoi
ing certain offices from leaving tho State
to punish persons violating Section
Article IV, of the amendments of the Co
st i tu tion of the United States; which we
road the third time, passed, and ordored
be sent to the Senate.
Tho Committee on Ways and Means i
ported favorably on a Senate bill to fnci
tate tho settlement of the affairs of the Ba:
of the Stato of South Carolina. Also,
Senate bill to authorize the Financial Agc
of the Stato of South Carolinn, in the ci
of New York, to pledge Stato bonds
collateral security, and for other purpose;
A Senate concurrent resolution, relati
to tho appointment of a joint committeo
hold a ses^ion-in the city of Columbia, 1
gioiiiiig oue week next preceding the me
i?g of" the General Assembly in regti
session in November next, to consider
claims not actod on at the present sessh
was laid on tho tablo.
A joint resolution was received from 1
Senate, providing that a committee, ct
sisting of two membors of tho Senate a
-members of the House, is here
created and empowered to proceed duri
the recess to thoroughly investigate 1
disordered state of affairs in tho Third Ci
grcssionul District and tho causes of tho
timidatiou, outrages and murders per
trated preceding and at tho late gene
election, whereby it is stated that u jl
and unbiased expression of tho peop!
choice could not and was not given, and
tho existenco of organizations inimical
tho peaco and well-being of tho Stt
That said committeo may procoed to
various Counties ouibraced iu tho Th
Co.'igression District, and aro empowc
to compel tho attendanco of witnesses i
to Bond for papers. They may also emt:
a stonographer, and, if necessary, ma; <
?loy a lawyer to assist in tho investigUi
hat said committoo shall be appointed
tho presiding officers of tho Senate i
House of Representatives, and shall
composed of at least two Democratic m
bera. They shall receive the same per d
and mileage, whrle actually engaged, as is 1
p?id to tnemoirrof the General Assembly,
the sama being paid, in the usual way, (ro?
any money in the Treasury not otherwise
appropriated; and that the Governor is
hereby requested to furnish said committee
all information in his.' possession bearing
upon the objects of this investigation, and
he Vi hereby required to furnish them all
necessary facilities and protection in visiting
other Counties. Bead' the first time, and
referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
A joint resolution to suspend the writ of
j habeas corpus in the Counties of Laurens,
j Newberry, Edgefield and Abbeville, was
taken up, but postponed until the 22d.
i The Committee on Eugrossed Acts re?
ported os duly and correct!}' engrossed, for
1 a third reading, a bill to chartor tho South
Carolina Central Railroad Company. Read
and ordered to bo returned to tho Senate
DEATH OF COL. ALLAN MACFARLAN.-We
aro pained to announce the death, at tho
Mansion House, iu this city, at ll o'clock
yesterday morning, of Col. Allan Mucfarlan,
for mau}- years past ono of the most promi?
nent planters, as well as one of tho most
public spirited citizens, of Chesterfield Dis?
trict. His disenso was consumption, from
which he had long been suffering; but the
immediate attack of illness which resulted
in his death, was of but two weeks' dura?
tion.- Charleston News.
Chicago has a ghost that Hos down in
frout of railroad trains and insists upon be?
ing run over.
JANNET'S HALI- !
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1869.
THE ORIGINAL PEAK FAMILY
S?TISS BELL RINGERS'.
AND tho Celebrated "BERGER FAMILY," Vo?
calists, Harpists, and Violinists, assisted by
Mn. SOL. SMITH RUSSELL, the talented racial
delineator. Everything now, brilliant, and at?
The Largest Company of Bell Ringers
in the World !
A Complete Sot of
One Hu ltd rc tl timi Twenty Pnre-Tone?l Belial
Two Crawl l/onhle Action Erard Harps!
A 'Stair of Pure Slicer Delfs!
A Magnificent Silver dornet Hand!
Cards of Admission, .... $i.f,u
Reserved scats may be obtaind at Bryan A
MeCartor'H Bookstore, without extra charg?.
March 23 NY. Yv. FOWLEB, Bmmicss Ap;ont.
T IEL" ZE? T 3Et. 3E2 .
**S-AT CAROLINA HALL, ^da
Lcaeoe and Manager, - - JOHN TEMPLETON.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 24.
ALICE VA XE'S BENEFIT NIC HT.
4 RMED CHAIRS and Boeervod Seats, in front,
J\_ ?or ladies and gentlemen, can bo recured at
Uoiso'a Confectionery Store, - - $ 1.00.
Separate Back Seats for gentlemen, unaccompa?
nied by ladies, - 75 couts.
Separate Seats sot apart for all colored people,
Entiro chango and attractive programme for
to-morrow evening. March 23
MIS8 LILY LEVY will resume her DANC?
ING SCHOOL, on 7th of April, at her resi?
dence, corner Lady and Bull streets. Terms
in advance. March 23, April 5
In Equity-Richland County.
James R. Tringle vs. Thomas B. Clarkson, et al.
Pill for Injunction. Foreclosure and tienci-al lie
IT appearing that Lemuel C. Clark and Caroline
B. Clark, Ma wife, Petor Bryco and Ellon M.
Brvco, his wife, defendants to tho within bill, re?
sido without tho limits of this State, it is, on mo?
tion of Talloy, Bachman A Wa ties, solicitors for
complainants: Ordered, That thc said defendants
do plead, answor or demur to tho above stated
bill within FORTY DAYS from tho publication
hereof, and in default thereof, that au order pro
confesso bo entered against them.
March 23j_D. B. MILLER, 0. 0. P.
Mary A. Hanigan, Administratrix, vs. Edward II.
T. Hanigan, et al.
PURSUANT to tho order of tho Court, the cre?
ditor? of THOMAS HANIGAN, deceased, aro
required to preBont and provo thoir demands
against tho said estate, beforo mo, on or boforo
tho lat day of Juuo. D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
March 23 tn_ _
D. C. Higgins, vs. el ut. et at. John C. Boyie, et al.
PURSUANT to tho order of tho Court, tho cre?
ditors of EDWARD V. BOYLE, decoaaed, aro
required to proaont and prove thoir demands
against tho said estate, beforo mo, on or before
Hie 15th dav of Mav next.
March 23 til " D. B. MILLER, 0.0. P.
GROCERY SUGARS AND MOLASSES.
SIXTY HHPS. Muscovado MOLASSES,
S landing ex Prometheus,
GO Hhds. Grocery SUGARS,
50 boxes Fair Orocory Sugars,
50 Hhds. Choice Orocory Sngars,
100 Hhds. Choice New Crop Clayed Molasses.
50 Hhds. Choice Now Crop Muscovado do.,
IO Hhds. Now Crop Centrifugal,Molasses,
To Arrivo, por "Mary A. Holt," from Matanzas.
50 Hhds. Brime and' Clioice Barbadoes SUGARS,
100 Brands Choice barbadoes Sugars.
GO runchcons Choico New Crop Barbadoes Mo?
To Arrive, per Schooner 'Emma,' from Barbadoes.
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, 8. 0.
March 23 ?>
$50 REWARD I
WARREN'S TOILET and WASHING SOAP
ia superior to all others in that it washes
easier, saves labor, timo and inonoy. It whitens
and beautitlos clothes; its bleaching qualities are
unequalled. 1 will give tho abovo reward where
it fails, in anvinstanco. to do all our billa recom
n:""'1 F.vory family should havo a right. Ait?r
using it throughly, they cannot afford to do
without it. Calf and seonre a right mimcuiately.
Assignee for South Carolina, D. HIOKS.
March 23 3?
"hoice, Fresh and Desirable Groceries rolthout
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, at 10
o'clock, will be sold, before my Store, the follow
lng ohoioe arri?les:
1,500 lbs. choice, warranted HAMS,
3,000 lbs. suprior Breakfast Bacon,
. 5,000 lbs. choioo and largo Belly Bacon,
25 kegs and kits Leaf Lard,
25 boxes Adamantine Candles,
25 boxes No. 1 Family Soap,
10 boxes Orange County Cbeeso,
20 bbls. line Irish Potatoes,
10 boxes choice Codfish, ,
200 boxes (jardines-largo,
20 boxes fine Layer Baisins,
10 boxea Can Tomatoes,
25,000 choice Segare,
40 bbl?. Flour-No. 1 article,
20 kegs Nails, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12,
Champagne, Madeira, Sherry, Currant Tort and
Raspberry and Ginger Cordials, Lemon 8yrnp,
Stanton's Bitters, Ac. Marou 23
Assignee's Sale of Stocks.
D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON, AUCT '?SEERS.
ON MONDAY, tho 5th of April, at J o'clock A.
M., in front of tho Court Uouso, in this city,
wo will sell the following Stocks belonging to the
bankrupt ostate of R. Bryce:
8 shares Colombia Gas Company,
34 " Greenville and Columbia R. U. Co.,
3 " Elmwood Cemetery,
1G " King's Mountain Iron Company,
50 " Colombia and Augusta Railroad,
2 " Broad River Bridge.
Conditions cash. Sale positive.
THOMAS J. LAMOTTE, Assignee.
March 23 30 April 4._
BY permission of W. H. Wigg, Judge of Pro?
bate, I will see, on WEDNESDAY, tho 24th
inst., at the ODD FELLOW'S SCHOOLHOUSE,
tho following articles, belonging to the estate of
tho lato F. W. Papo:
10 DESKS AND BENCHES,
1 Stove and pipe.
2 Slack Boards.
Tei ins cash. \\. T. WALTER.
March 10 28 24
S PE C I A L TIES
R. C. SHIVER'S.
WE keep from this timo forward, "Chelly's
French Kid Gloves," the best Glove im?
THOMPSON'S Glove Fitting Corset, "the
greatest favorite with tho Ladies."
ALL of Thompson's andBradley'a popular styles
of Hoop Skirts.
TUE handeomost lino of imported DRESS
GOODS over offered to Columbia buyers-BO con?
ceded by all who have seen them.
A most elegant collection of Silk Coverings,
White, Llama, Lace Points and Blaok, French
Lace Points, Shetland and Berge Shawls, Ac
THE best lino of Domestic Goods we have over
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PLEAS? remember that wo guarantee every?
thing wc sell in prioe and quality; that is, we hold
ourselves responsible and bound to sell as cheap
as any house South, and are anxious for a large
trado. R. C. SHIVER.
Statement of the Oondition of the North?
western Mutual Life Insurance Compa?
ny, of Milwaukie Wisconsin.
ASSETS December 31, 18C8.$4,766,418 57
Invested as follows:
Cash. 70,479 27
In hands of Ageuta and in transit.. 11,116 14
Real Kat ate unencumbered. 128,860 61
United States 5-20 Bouda. 133,596 00
Wisconsin Stato Bonds. 1,000 00
Accrued Interest. 8,264 00
Loans on Bond and Mortgage. 1,608,632 26
Loans secured by Policies. 8,227 24
Premiums in course of transmission
principally for December renewals
and Policies. 489,744 50
Loan Notes secured bv Policies_ 1,971,419 21
Accrued Interest. 71.283 06
Deferred Premium (somi-annual
and quarterly,). 256,634 48
Ofrico Fixtures. 1,215 80
LKSTER SEXTEN, President; HEBBXR SMITH,
Vice-president; A. W. KETXOOQ, Secretary.
J. H. 8EELYE, Ja.,
General Agent for Georgia and South Carolina.
Dr. R. W. GuiBEV, Medical Examiner, Colom?
bia, S. C.
Traveling and Local Agents wanted for tho
Stato. Liberal terms will bo offered by the Gone
ral Agont, at the National Hotel.
JMarch 21 3*_[_
fr rv BBLS. PINK-EYE PLANTING P0TATE8,
OU just received and for ?ale by
Jan 14_J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
FRESH COUNTRY AND MOUNTAIN BUTTER,
Pmk-K.ye and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fine Goshen CHEESE,
At G. DIERCH8,
?Tan 23_Ajjlig_fljgZLgf the Wlttch- -
The Reynolds Patent Plow.
HAYING mado arrangements with Wm. Glaze
A Co., for tho mannfaoturo and exclusive sale
of this justly celebrated PLOW, we are prepared
to offer them to tho country on good termB. Good
tools will alwavs be found a good investment.
Feb 28_PiaHEK. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
FIRS ! P I R B 11
jETNA FIRE INSURANCE
HA R TFORD, CONN.
Incorporated 1S10. - - - Charter Perpetual
Cash Assets. 5,000,000
The STRONGEST Firo Insnranco Company in
the United Statos.
North American Insurance Company,
Capital and Assets.$500,000.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
Ornoo in rear of Messrs. Duffie A Chapman's
Book store, Davie' new building, Main street. Co?
lombia, 8. C. J?n S 3mo