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Havana, July 1. ?The schooner Mary
Ghilton, found on tue Cuban coast
abandoned, was brought here and sailed
for tho United States.
An official decree has been issued pro?
hibiting lime contracts for gold.
Madrid, July 2.?Official despatches
announco that the Alfonsist batteries
havo opened a heavy cannonade against
Santa Barbara, Coraqui, Mano Bu Oila,
Teurta, Tuertesn and Estclla. Eighteen
shells have fallen within tho latter town.
Tho Carlists have abandoned Mane Bn.
London, July 2.?A special despatch
from Vienna to the Standard reports that
tho peasants of Dcva and vicinity, in
Transilvaniu, have revolted against the
nobles and defeated a battalion of mili?
tia. Many persons were killed, includ?
ing ? two judges. Regular troops have
been sent to the scene.
Tho report that tho King of Bnrmah
refuses to allow British troops to pass
through his territory is officially con?
The Indian Government is communi?
cating with the Indian olllce, relative to
.action necessary to pass troops over
Burmah. Sir Douglhss Forsythe left for
Cuattanoooa, Tenn., July 2.?An in
ter-Suvto educational convention was in
session here, yesterday and to-day, com?
posed of a large delegation of teachers
and educators from Alabama, Missouri,
Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky and
Illinois. B. Malloy, of Atlanta, is Presi?
dent. Able addresses wero delivered by
Dr. W. T. Harris, of St. Louis, Presi?
dent of tho National Teachers' Associa?
tion, Dr. M. C. Briggs, of the North?
western University, Chicago, and others.
Tho convention resolved itself into a
permanent Intcr-Stato Association, to
moot next June, at Memphis, with tho
oflicors of tho convention for permanent
officers of tho association.
Brooklyn, July 2.?At 11.17 A. M.,
tho jury camo into Court, which was
densely crowded, and stated they wero
unablo to agree, when they were dis?
charged. Tho jury stood nine for
acquittal and throe for conviction.
The jury loft court without any ex?
New Youk, July 2.?$10,090 worth of
smuggled diamonds wero seized last
night. The diamonds wero in posses?
sion of F. G. Buckmann, who arrived in
tho last steamer from Aspinwall.
A steamship yesterday brought a num?
ber of ecclesiastics and others driven
from Germany by tho lato law.
A roport is current that Moulton will
be arrested after tho conviction of Loader
and Price. In answoring an inquiry,
Shearman said Moulton was not in Brook?
lyn to bo arrested; he is consulting with
Key West, July 2.?Thcro was ono
death horo yesterday from yellow fover.
New Haven; July 2.?At the 175th an?
niversary of Yale College, tho following
dogroos were conforred: Bachelor of 1
Divinity, 34; Bacholor of Laws, 17; Doc?
tor of Medicine, 14; Doctor of Philoso?
phy, 4; Bacholor of Arts, 93; Civil Engi?
neer, 2; Dynamic Engineer, 2; Bacholor
of Philosophy, 50. In the after-dinner
speeches, tho most noticeable feature was
tho conciliatory character ot tho remarks
from the alumni from South and North.
Col. Lorenzo James, of Montgomery,
Ala., spoko feelingly of tho conflict and
its close, and extended tho hand of fel?
lowship to all with a heart full of lovo.
Governor D. H. Chamberlain, of South
Carolina, spoko eloquently of that sound
character which is Yalo's boast and glory.
Rousing choor3 wero given for the South
and for South Carolina.
Boston, July 2.?The new license law
went into effect to-day. 11,000 licenses
havo already been granted.
Thoro is great excitement in insurance
"circles over tho difficulty between the
National Board of Firo Underwriters
and tho Boston companies, which lately
withdrew from tho local board. Tho
Manufacturers' Fire and Mirinc having
beon expelled from the National Board
for rofusing to open its books for exami?
nation by tho supervising agent, all se?
ceding companies havo made a like re?
fusal, and it is supposed thoy will bo
dealt with in tho samo manner.
Louisville, July 2.?Gov. Leslie has
announced himself a candidate for the
Unitod States Senate.
Galveston, July 1.?A special to tho
News, from Brownsville, -dated to-day,
says Gon. Cortinas has just been ar?
rested and placed under guard by Col.
Manuel Parrot, of the Mexican regular
cavalry. Cortina's poUoe have Boen
arrostod, disarmed and imprisoned.
Thcro is groat excitement inMatamoras,
and trouble is anticipated. Tho Govern?
ment forces aro in possession of the
custom house building and nro patrolling
tho streets. They havo two pieces of
artillery at tho custom house, and others
in different portions of tho city.
Tonawanda, Pa., July 1.?Albert
Brown was hung horo to-day for rape
and cutting his victim's throat, aged
Chicago, July 2.?Advices received by
Licntonant-General Sheridan from
Brownsville, Texas, this morning, in?
dicate n critical stato of affairs at Mata
nioras. A conflict between citizens and
Mexican soldiers is imminent. All busi?
ness houses olosed in Matamoras, and
armod citizens are gathering, threatening
to take Cortenas from tho soldiers, who,
tho Vice-Consul thinks, aro not strong
enough to prevent the rescue.
Atlanta, <3a., July 2.?Throo young
men, in threshing wheat, wero struck
by'lightning and instantly killed.
Washinoton, July 2.?Tho wires aro
Probabilities?During Saturday, in
tho South Atlantic and Gulf States,
lowor barometer, South to East winds,
docidedly warm and partly cloudy wea?
ther will prevail, exoept cooler weather
and possibly light rain in tho former.
The Executive Committee of tho Na
tional Grange, consisting of Wm. Saun
ders, of District of Columbia; E. 11.
Skankland, of Iowa; John T. Jon or, of
Arkansas; D. Wyatt Aiken, of South Ca?
rolina, and W. T. Chase, of New Hamp?
shire, met yesterday. Among tho sub?
jects for consideration is tho removal of
tho headquarters to some central point,
Private advices received from the
Black Hills expedition, received this
morning, show that its investigation
(troves the country richer in gold than
ms been supposed. The earth down to
the bed of rock, in every direction, is
filled with particles. The quartz shows
New York, July 2.?Alexander Hamil?
ton, ex-Treasurer of Jersey City, plead
guilty to a charge of embezzlement, and
was sentenced to three years in the peni?
tentiary and 31,000 fine. A suit is pend?
ing against his bondsmen for the amount
Under arrangements with the creditors,
tho Gmnt Locomotive Works, at Pater
son, resumed. It will tako three or four
months to complete tho ten Russian lo?
Judge Brady denies the motion to
quash tho indictments against Tweed,
except in two instances, where the in?
dictment had been superseded.
^Tho Stock Exchange will remain closed
from 3 P. M. to-morrow until 11 A. 51.
New Orleans, July 2.?A special do
spatch to tho Galvcston i\ew? from
Brownsville, says un order has been pub?
lished that Oortcnas shall bo shot in case
an attempt is made to rescue him.
Judgo Costello and wife, Cortiuas and
fourteen others aro prisoners. A general
order prohibits tho assembling of groups
or hostilo demonstrations. All public
places aro closed. Outside of Matamoras,
the peoplo arc reported arming them?
selves, arms having been smuggled out.
It is reported that a gun-boat is coining
to the mouth of the Bio Grande to carry
Corteuas to Vera Cruz.
Yesterday's Market Reports.
London.?Erics 12. Weather fair.
Liverpool?3 P. SI.?Cotton irregular
?middling uplands 73-16; middling Or?
leans 7j}; sales to-day 10,000; speculation
and export 12,000; of the week 48,000;
speculation and export 007,000; in port
1,030,000; American 023,000; receipts
93,000; American 54,000; actual oxport
?,000; afloat 530,000; American 97,000;
basis middling uplands, nothing below
good ordinary, deliverable July or Au?
gust, 0 15-16; nothing below low mid?
dling, deliverable July, August, Sep?
tember or October, 707J; shipments
new crop, basis middling uplands, no?
thing below low middling, 7 5-16; sales
of same 71; sales of American 6,100.
New York.?Noon?Jlonoy 2. Gold
17. Exchange-long 4.87J; short 4.001.
Governments strong, but littlo doing.
State bonds quiet aiul nominal. Cotton
quiet; sales 1,405?uplands 15J; Orleans
15}. Futures opened quiet und steady:
July 15 7-32?151; August 151(0)15 0-32;
September 14 15-10015; October 1110-32
014 21-32; November 14X014 0-16; De?
cember 141014 0-16; January 14g0
14 11-16. Flour a shade firmer. Wheat
lo. hotter. Corn firm. Pork heavy?
20.80 0 20.85. Lard heavy?steam 13J.
7 P. M.?Cotton quiet; sales 1,480, at
15?015}. Flour steady, with fair de?
mand?Southern, common to fair extra
5.00 05.00; good to choice 5.9508.25.
Wheat irregular and unsettled, opening
heavy and declining?1.3201.41. Corn
a shado firmer, with fair demand?7b0
831. Coffee?Rio active and firm; Jc.
advance; cargoes quoted 1G}01O}, gold;
jobbing trade fair, 16\02O, gold. Sugar
firmer with moderato demand?7}0lOj.
Molasses dull, heavy and unsettled.
Rice quiet and steady. Pork lower?
new job lots 21.00. Beef quiet-8.000
10.75. Lard steady?prime steam 13 13-16.
Whiskey firm?1.21. Freights firmer.
Sterling quiet?4.871. Gold dull and
firm?17018. Governments and States
steady. Cotton?net receipts 155; gross
86. Futures closed steady; sales 16,600:
July 15 7-32; August 15T015 0-32; Sep?
tember 14 31-32015; October 14 11-320
14J; November 141011 17-32; December
141014 0-10; January 145014 21-32;
February U 27-32014}; March 15 1-16
015 3-32; April 151015 5-16; May ,
15 17-32015 0-16; June 15 11-100
Baltimore.?Provisions quiet, with
fair order trade. Pork firm?21.00.
Bulk meats steady?shoulders 0; clear
rib 12$, loose. Bacon strong?shoulders
10; clear rib 13}; hams 14J015. Lard
steady?crudo 14; rofincd 14\. Coffee
strong?ordinary to primo Rio cargoes
1610191; jobbing 17023. Whiskey
quiet, at 19.00. Sugar 1UJ01OJ.
Cincinnati.?Flour dull. Wheat quiet
and steady?1.1801.21. Corn firmer
but not qnotably higher?66068. But?
ter quiet und steady. Pork quiet and
steady--20.00. Lard steady?steam Ui\
013J; lcettl? 14014U Bacon firni
shouldors 9309A; clear rib 12}; clear
13.J. Whiskey firm?1.15.
St. Louis. ?Flour dull and unchanged;
only small order trade. Corn steady?
65)066. Whiskey steady?1.18. Pork
firm?20.25. Bacon strong; only jobbing
trade. Lard firm?summer 121.
Louisville.?Flour and wheat un?
changed. Corn dull?76078. Provi?
sions strong. Pork 20.50. Bacon?
shoulders 91; clear rib 13; clear 13|;
hams 13013<j. Lard?tierces 14A01o;
keg 15}. whiskey 1.15. Bagging firm ?
15; low middling 14?; good ordinary
13i; grosB receipts 7; exports coastwise
20; sales 100; stock 1,938; weekly not re?
ceipts 39; gross 73; exports Great Britain
657; coastwise 156; sales 930; spinners
New Orleans. ?Cotton quiet?-Mid?
dling 153; low middling 14}; good ordi?
nary 13}; net receipts 140; gross 170;
exports coastwiso 200; sales 16;. stock
36,674; weekly net receipts 809; gross
1,582; exports to France 9,650; to the
continent 1,421; coastwise 527; sales
Galvkston.?Cotton dull and nominal
?middling 14J; low middling 13?; good
ordinary 12?; net receipts 81; sales 220;
stock 11,232; weekly net receipts 1,102;
exports coastwise 2,053; sales 1,024.
norfolk. ?Cotton quiet?middling
141; net receipts 99; exports coastwise
102; stock 1.4G7; weekly net receipts 521;
exports coastwise 030; sales 75.
Mobile.?Cotton quiet?middling 141
(jnl4$; low middling 14; good ordinary
131; net receipts (51; exports coastwise
13?; stock 2,093; weekly net receipts 341;
exports coastwise 432; sales 425.
141; net receipts 12; sales 200; stock
7,0"47; weekly net receipts 140; ship?
ments 1,343; "sales 1,500.
Philadelphia. -Cotton firm -middling
151; low middling 15; good ordinary J
141; not receipts 42; gross 77; e xports to
Great Britain 27N; weekly net receipts)
340; gross 727; exports toGrc.it Britain
Wilminoon.?Cotton unchanged - mid
dling 14J(~?14}; low middling 13;; good
ordinary 121; stock 720; weekly net re?
ceipts "30; "exports Great Britain 15;
Boston.?Cotton quiet -middling 141;
net receipts (1; gross 31: sales 171; stock
13,750; weekly net receipts HI); gross
3,073; exports Great Britain 1,225; sales
Savannah.?Cotton quiet - middling
14}; low middling 14; good ordinary 133;
net receipts 20; sales 87; stock 1,919;
weekly net receipts 403; exports Great
Britain 07b; coastwise 17(5; sales 234; the
07tt reported as coastwise June 20, should
have been exports to Great Britain.
Charleston. ?Cotton quiet?middling
141; low middling 14}; good ordinary
13|?133j net receipts 01; sales 100;
stock 5,i24; weekly net receipts 123;
exports coastwise 517; sales 500; net re?
14}; low middling 14; good ordinary 13}
ex 131; net receipts 302; sales 4; stock
2,(522; weekly net receipts 301; shipments
332: sales 271; spinners 400.
Weekly Cotton Statement. ? Colum?
bus?Quiet?middling 14}; low mid?
dling 13}; good ordinary 12; weekly net
receipts 33; shipments* 143; sales" 157;
spinners 54; stock 5)07. Nashville
Bull? middling 13}; low middling 135;
good ordinary 125: weekly net receipts
CG; shipments 435; sales 30S; spinners
38; stock 4,230. Macon?Bull?middling
131; low middling 13}; good ordinary
12?; net receipts 2: weekly net receipts
230; shipments 303; sales 443; stock
1,502. Selma?Easy -low middling 14;
weekly net receipts 23; shipments 94;
Hotel Ar.urv.vL8, July 2.?Hemlrix
House? F. A. Gilbert, Sunder; B. A.
Stovall, Augusta; T. 15. Lewis, N. Y.;
Miss Minnie Owens, L. ?. Owens,
Alston; Mrs. Brice, Miss Josie Brice,
Fairfield; Miss Carrie Henerv, Chester;
J. A. White, Blackstock.
Dr. George Douglass breathed bis last
at his residence near Goshen Hill, I'nion
County, on Sunday last, the 27th, from
typhoid dysentery. His illness was
short and severe. He had lived to the
ripe age of 70 years.
Sir. W. E. Johnson, of Union, died on
South Carolina Department
ST, LOUIS LIFE DANCE COM?'?,
Office X". 7, Central Bank Bnildimj,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
]'<ii'l->i)> Capital, - - - $1,000,000.00
Assets December 21, 1874, - 7,400,852.54
Surplus as to Policy Holders, 1,033,4*5.40
Xumber of Poliaes Issued
Amount Insured thereby, - 10.034,038.97
Dtulli Claims Paid in 1874, 880,731.07
Its Title to Public Confidence.
First?It is a Strong Company.
Having, in addition to its ample reserve
fund, a fully paid and securely invested
capital of $1,000,000, every dollar of
which is pledged to the payment of its
Second?It is a Low Rate Com?
pany. Doing business exclusively on
the Stock Plan; its premium rates are
much lower than those of Mutual or
Mixed companies, and are the very low?
est possible, consistent with security to
Third?It is a Plain Company.
It promises no dividends, and it disap?
points no expectations. Every policy
lolder knows just what his insurance
will cost, and just what it will realize.
The contract is simple and definite, and
means Indemnity, not Profit.
Fourth - It is a Paying Company.
During the last year it has paid to the
Widows and Orphans of deceased policy
Fifth?It is u Sound Company.
It has just passed through a long and
rigid examination, and its financial
strength is officially attested by the most
exacting of State Insurance Commis?
Sixth?It is a Broad Company.
Its 20,000 risks being widely distributed
through thirty-four States and Terri?
tories, no epidemic, however general,
can seriously affect its mortality.
^ST-Relinble agents wanted. "ftS^
HENBY McNAIR, Manager.
Columbia Bonding and Loan Associa?
rrE Fifty-ninth Regular Monthly
Meeting will* be held TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock, in Helnitsh's
Hall. Dues received and money loaned,
as usual. By order: .
j J. C. B. SMITH,
July 3 2 Sec. and Treas.
Spartasb-vbo C. H., S. C.July 1, 1873. 1
Editor Phu:nix: In your issue of to?
day, there is nu article headed "The j
Post Utlice Department,'* which is liable
to represent me in an unfavorable light
to those who ure not familiar with the
operations of the PostOfilcc Department,
and I expect you to do me the justice ot
giving my explanation the same publicity
that you had given the charge.
According to the published "Laws
and Regulations of the Post Office De?
partment," the key boxes in nil post
offices not owned by the Government
are the private property of the postmas?
ter. He erects them at his own expense;
has as many or as few as he likes; charges
what he pleases for their lise; and re
tneives them entirely from the office
whenever it suits his convenience to do
so. Hut at offices of the second and
third classes, the postmaster is required
to turn over to the Government every
cent collected us box rent. He is re?
quired to give a receipt to the box-bolder |
for the amount collected; to enter the
same in a book, which is at all times
held subject to inspection, and at the
end of every quarter to send up to the
department a sworn statement of the
number of boxes rented, the amount re?
ceived for each, and the aggregated sum
of the whole. So that it must be appu-1
rent to every one who will give the sub?
ject a moment's attention, Unit it is im?
possible for a community to be "syste- j
matically tteuced" in the matter of rent?
ing post offiee key boxes. Every one
who rents a box does it with his tyes
open; lie knows the time for which he is
renting, the amount he is paying, and
takes a receipt for the same. If he |
thinks the price too extravagant, he is
not obliged to rent. A very large ma?
jority ot persons never have any key box
When I took charge of the Spartan
burg office, I found box rent seventy-five
cunts a quarter, and supposing that to
be customary, I allowed it to remain at
that price for over a year. Hut when 1
visited the Columbia office, I found the
boxes renting at two dollars per quarter,
and the courteous and efficient assistant,
Mr. Leaphart, laughed heartily when I
told him that I received only seventy
five cents a quarter for mine, and said
[ he would not bo bothered at all with
them for that. 1 wrote to several other
postmasters throughout the countrv,
and could not hear of a single ofiicp in
the United States where the rent of key
boxes was less than one dollar a quarter.
The small Yalo boxes, not one-half as
large as mine, placed in n window, with?
out any protection from the rain and
snow, at County offices, rented for one
dollar per quarter. The Columbia boxes,
far inferior te> mine, rented at two dollars
a quarter. I, therefore, felt it my im?
perative duty to increase my box rent to
one dollar and twenty-five cents a
quarter; and did so on tho first of last
January. I knew that it all went to the
Government -rthat it did not increase
my salary one cent; but felt bound,
under niy official oath, to sustain the
department by raising the revenue of
my office equal to the custom of the
Some querulous fellows took offence,
not so much on account of the amount
involved, us because they had not been
consulted in the matter, and organized a
strike. By promising the people that
they would compel a reduction, they in?
duced several to sign a pledge not to
rent a box unless at the old rates; but the
most decent and respectable citizens
paid the increased rates without a mur?
mur, and the revenue of the boxes, in
despite of the strike, was greatly in?
creased over any previous quarter.
About the 20th of February I received
a communication from the Hon. J. W.
Marshall, First Assistant Postmaster
General, informing me that the rent of
boxes in my offiee was thereby fixed at
three dollars a year, or seventy-five cents
a (piarter, to commence on the first day
of April, 1875.
It hail never entered my mind that
any officer of the department either
claimed or desired the right of fixing
the box rent at my office. Had I thought
so, or had I supposed that any one could
have been induced to exercise that pre?
rogative, I would gladly have shifted tho
responsibility. JAY AN BRYANT,
? < ?+ ?-?
Mr. Wilson Drennan, an aged and re?
spected citizen of Anderson County,
died at his residence hist Sunday. He
was 78 years of age.
VN energetic, sober YOUNG MAN.
having been employed in fruit and
grocer}' store, wants a position. Any
honorable work will be accepted. Money
uot so much of an object. Best re?
ferences given from last place. Address
F. HOFFMAN, Tost Office, or Pihkmx
Office, Columbia, S. C._ _ J?lvjl_
A S we intend moving to another store,
J\. we will sell oft' our present stock at
REDUCED PBICES. Wo have a nice
assortment of Corsets, Parasols, Under?
clothing, Jet Jewelry, Pearl Ornaments,
Itlack and White Blonde Laces, Bibbons,
Hair and Fancy Goods, Ac., which will
be sold low for cash.
MBS. LECK IE,
Richland street, one door West Lutheran
Church. July 3
?JET your CIGARS from PERRY A
SLAWSON for Sunday. Their new
brands are certainly the finest ever in?
troduced in this market. Jost think?a
5 cent cigar equal to a 15 center.
A-iie tioiTL Sales.
To Close Consignment.
BY .JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
1 will well, iit HiY store,
A lot of improved CO'iTON SWEETS,
with attachments and extra castings.
Terms of sale cash. July !1
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
11>. C. PEIXOTTO fc. SON, A'rs.
IPURSUANT to the powers of sale con?
tained in a mortgage from C. V.
Antwerp to H. 1*. DeGraaf, and assigned
by H. P. DcGraaf to E. Pollard, dated
July 0, 187-2, I will sell, on the first MON?
DAY in July next, heforo the Court
House, in the city of Columbia, at 101
o'clock, the following Real Estnte. to wit":
Lot No. 1?All that piece or parcel of
LAND, in the city of Columbia, situated
on the East side of Main street, between
Washington and Lady streets, measuring
and fronting on Main streut twenty-seven
(27) feet, more or less, and running ?>ack
one hundred and seventy (170) feet,
more or loss; bounded on the North by
the estate of S. Boatwright and South by
lot No. '2; on the East by the estate of
G. V. Antwerp.
Lot No. 2; of the same dimensions as
Lot No. 1; bounded on the North by Lot
No. 1; on the South by A. Palmer.
Terms?One-fourth ensh; balance in
three yearly installments, secured by
bond and mortgage, with interest at
eight per cent, per annum. Purchasers
to pay for papers. E. POLLABD.
June 15 lf>, 10, 22, 20. 30, and J3
Richland Rifle Club.
ATTEND drill at Hall, with
rifles and bayonets, THIS (.Sa?
turday) ETENING, at 9 o'clock.
Meeting to transact important
business and make final ar?
rangements for Augusta trip
will also be held. Bv order:
July 3 1 Secretary.
To the Public.
S. 0. Bank ani> Trust Co.
Columbia, S. C, July 2, lb73.
IT is with pain and regret that the sus?
pension of this Bank is announced.
Every effort that it was possible for the
officers to make to avoid this catastrophe
has been made in vain. The continual
withdrawal of deposits, and a constant
run on the Bank, occasioned by a vague
alnrm which has existed for several
weeks; together with the impossibility
of collecting the loans due to the Bank,
has rendered this suspension unavoida?
ble. To struggle further was impossible,
and could only work injustice to the
j creditors, to whom n full statement will
be made as soon as possible. Bespect
fnlly, HARDY SOLOMON.
July 3 President
R. L. "Bryan's Book Store.
GEN. SHERMAN'S MEMOIRS, from
the settlement of California to the
present time, with a large and complete
Livingstone's Last Journals, with maps
and plates, $2.50.
Man and Beast?Hero and Hereafter;
illustrated bv 300 anecdotes, bv Rev. J.
G. Wood, SL5?.
The Better Self Home Essays, by au?
thor of the Gentle Life, $1.75.*
We 'and Onr Neighbor, by Mrs. Har?
riet Beecher Stowe, 81.75.
I A Short History of the English People,
by Green, SI.75.
Also, a variety of new London Novels.
June 21 _
CLE vTSLAND MmERAL SPRINGS,
Star Shelby, -Y. G, 55 miles West of
THIS favorite WATERING PLACE
was opened for the reception of
select visitors on the 10th June. Passen?
gers coming on the Central Railroad w?ll
be met by hacks, and conveyances sent
to the Air Line Railroad and other points
whenever desired. Cold and Warm
Baths, White Sulphur, Red Sulphur and
Chalybeate Water; Italian Band of Music
and other sources of amusement. For
further information, apply to
T. W. BBEYABD, Proprietor.
Non-Board Fire Insurance and Real
HOME Fire Insurance Company,
Charleston, S. C.
Petersburg Savings and Fire Insur?
ance Company, of Petersburg, Ya.
Citizens' Fire Insurance Company, of
Newark, N. J.
Rates low and companies first class.
Office in the Union Bank.
NO person is allowed to vmit the
Schuetzen-platz unless he is a mem?
ber or stockholder. Bv order of the
President. F. K?NNEMAN,
June 27 si Secretary.
ACARNHARDT & RE ID ORGAN,
walnut furnitnre, two banks, four?
teen stops, sub-bass swell and pedal
bass, suitable for Church, Sunday School
or Parlor. Will be sold cheap." Apply
to E. H. HEINITSH.
For Rent or Sale.
HOUSE corner of i Assembly and
Lady streets: in good repair. Ap?
ply to R. SWAFFIELD.
June 22 _
Printing Press for Sale.
|~10RDON FRANKLIN?Quarto Me
VUT dium; second-hand; in good order.
Price $250. Apply to
SEIDELS A EZELL,
June 2C Columbia, S. C.