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A (Aalet Ule.
A little crib besloe tb? bid,
A little rsc? above the spread;
A little frock behind tee deer,
A little thee apon the floor.
A little lad with dark brown bair,
A btu* brae-eyed face and fair,
A little lane that lea de ?" achoo!,
A l?tale pencil, aune and role.
A little t> li thee ame winsome maid,
A little hand within bia laid;
A little ooi faure, aerea four,
I, A little old-time household store.
A Utile family gathering round,
A UttU turf-heaped, tear-dewed mound;
A Ht fU added to his tail,
A hit le rest from harder toil.
A little silver in bia bair,
- A little st col, an easy chair;
.?? A tittle sight od ? atth-lit gloom,
A Mar??- Journey to the tomb.
ii iiin jI i m
?? ?????i Bxporta.
XONDON-Per British brig J Xi Pye-1880 bbls
Boein, )GS8 bbls Spirit? Iurpentine, 1? sacks
OU? ri osa? n Cota* aa and JU loe Market.!
VFJTOI O? THB CB AKLFSTON DAILY NBWB, I
CUaacxaxoM. Monday Evening, Jone 98. )
Conon.-The staple opened firm, generally ob the
>iate of 810811i?. fl fi> for mtddlirg, but on receipt ,
?af better telegrams, prices stiffened in some in
ibnicvje? ?bbut *?a V 3, fil? article closing strong
?n* .ttemarket nearly baie of stock. Sales about
.WKkiTfc; >?T38T 1 at nhl ?J
10 at 39tf; 9 at 30; 18 at 30; 8 at ?flfc; 31 at SI ; 17
A?dJOMXtsa. We quote:
fi B??.!?v:::::? SSS
By Hew York ctoaattcattra we quote :
Bicav-?!?be . Umil ed aujroliea and the- firmness of
Jjoldsr* .poe rented transactions. We quote nomi
naily oommoD. to fair clean.Carolina at7WlJi;
good ft. Jr
- loroosr, June 28-NOCJI.-SeouriHta un chanced.
?|fc^B?M,. ?W|?^j?^ axtmi up
ta<to>>K?; ?deaaa 12*d; ?alea 15,000 bal??, .
^j^rnotjn.9-Bombay shipments to the 23d, 80.000 I
bala*. La d flat j - . .'. J
I vening.-Cotton firm; 'uplands 13#d; Orleans ?}
. '" " ' "'" .... ]
Jj^TO?V4Hne28-Ootton buoyant; on th? spot If J
^;c?Bo?tlf ??a, ; . . *|
.c: .t*tx - so WPM MAM WK
"''Srw'Tcrax, June 38-Noon.-Money at 7, tn cur
?*cy to gold, kurting 9*. Cotton Brm ex at 34c. ':
T,?k|il*jlliiii ipiiiii ll fill Bosin drooping; strained
EwuiDg.-Cotton active and ??ale better; sales j
.000 bales; middling? Sissie. Flour heavy, i
"Wheat lo lower. Com . teedy. Mess pork heavy. '
Xardhsavy; kettle 19V?30Xe. ' Turpentine 42a43; ]
Itoatofi 2Je& Freights Arm. Qovernmenla cloted I
daB. '63'a lHaiai?. Southern weak. Money 1
lightened as the day advanced and closed at 7, with j
J|ft Inila) jsj| as han, equivalent tol83 per annam. Star
msSX. GoldST*. Stocka closed unsetHel at ? ?
. June M -Cotton exalted at 88X?Stc
jricsartavoig buyers. Wheat dull ; new white 81 90.
tiaro dosed heavy. Prosiston? eaaier. Shoulders
.MtelffM; WMakeyaearwat ll.
QtaiCBBatiri, Jons 28--Provisions ia ne demand;
Br; Toorar'June 28.-Wht?key: 91c. Provisions.|
duil. Mess pork held at $8860. BhocJders lia
-J*?.. . .? ? )6?&
Lc^rnivrUX, June 98.-.Proriaions quiet Whbv'
M Wnatiauru^, Jone ?8 -Spirits itu pen dna qo i s t
5baU Steady at? 3J,'?c. Boain quiet Crude torpeo.
( ..?totales,, ttl**
Jone 58 -Ce-tteaj market very finn;
.. Sanajofcua. Jan* 28.-Cotteo market ?nn; Bid
atlee60bal?; receipt? 100 ba'm.
''-X^Cotton In demand; closed-1
? ??.betet; middlings SO^aSlc; receipt?
?89 bales; exports 3969 bales.
-waaced VC? aatodlinga 32*33X0; salea JJ* hatea;
'Jte* Jork rghi iiopremium. Sogar doll; common
r'jprtae 13*18^0. Molaases, prime fer
JI . '.
n Kep?xiX*fDr the
C. Jone 23.-Tux Maxxxr.-In oar
quiet, as most bavera held off 'or some Motton.:
Balee 008 balso; quotation* unchanged. Monday,!
waa no dispttttton to boy, bot holders re-'
ad tra. offs ri D g bat h ?le, balea 1080 bales at
SBMo. lassaay, th? demand continued light and a
Ja^rAoaders ware eUUn? to make ccncesiloas. lb"
Imlkof the Stock ls in strong hand?, bale* 8*2 bales
at 3ia33Xc Wednsedaj, there were enough sm?U
lots of snort time < obos pressing to supply the lim?
ited demand, and lower price? were. Nac?ep*ed,
Holders ventrally wfcre not offering. - Bair? 471 oa.'eu
at 8lKa38o. Thor.day, tho piarket was more active:
^'1 lbs ?maa ?pecnl?n? Ms aa Ving been
sra refused to go on. and pri?es were
?juotsd at 83o. and not much for sale at that hale?
JWp j??l|tx. Yourdar there *aa a fair buslna.. done
at ?rmer prices. Hoi Jars are indifferent a bon t gu
Jaw, feeling confident about the future. Bales 9169
. IpMaa at WMt?J?/k ....... .. _
HMM barr? oeen re??ived at the ports ?baos ist!
September, 3.030,946 bate*, of wbkh exp- rt ero have
?1 408.736 b .lea, ?pinners 083498 bates; and the
ar? 29;9?4 hales te ger then at Inet date. De
aVdt in veee nts a? compared with test year, 67,760:
L?0ctt In shipment? to Liverpool 960,783
CBOP PaoirxcTS.- During the past week we have
.wained a great norn ber of recorta rewired lrotm
aO parte ol the cotton region. We do not pre
- m?ik> .?tve'aa? eaunafe of me crop, for no one
.can guess now within balf a mill on nales, what wi
?. AufgL Jtntftoa thA^crap safely through
the trytoar monta o? Auyest, ?od the arurr worm did
not BMke lt? appearance, and ihe frost should be
tb* very serious question of the picking capacity of
-tho ?oath. There waa earnest. Muc*oent last
_year tocuuae planters to make every effort to nerure
ttocmp and the same will b? done this lear. But
WBm ja??iigWat>ar<M would battery be wi oe to
?Ica'ate upon any large lncrea?e over the crops of
?aVpaat ^jg?/?fnJl'. ' ; : ? ; -
Bauat rox XtJTtrxX DxLTVXHTf.-The sal es hare
keen as follows : For Joly 100 bale? at 81 Kc For.
AMMlN D*#a,-to ntvato tarma. For .eeptember
3M D?tttr?t 9?J(jC. For October 100 at 59c. Per De
oembar 60 baie? at 24Xc 400 at 39c, 300 at ISMn, and
doo at 96Xc today. For i ecember. and January
910 bales ou private tarm?; sh of th- above were sold
-either on tba beats or ?a average low middling.
Baoturxa axx> rxroxTs - me receipts this week
ia ve been 8878 baise, against 2487 bales the corres?
pond i ng weet Uit^yJ^'8^'i the 1oK1*n ??PO^ 7841
Ike cotton at ?ea te 81.000 bates nore than last
^ear, a*J tua ?toe*, ls 217 300bales tea?. Ihe con
anrxap&m of anaaefean cotton ha? averaged 93 667 I
.kate? tty the nea ?Ix ?nek?. Of th? ?ale? thia week i
?Jj per cent were American, ?nd Siper cent, rm at a i
?tock ot American 67 per cent, ana of turats ll per i
?pot. of the whole. ,
Upland* Mobile. New
Fte* ida, Orleans. Texan.
Ordinary- ?97 - a27^- ?271? _ a27]tf
<3ood Ot- .
^dwr^-; a?M - ?29^- ?29X - s80
*2f?^M S*?K 833?i39X83Xa83l? 33*/a33
3 bete? tal 0.? ?eek 9079 bate?, mciudlng 4630 to i
.eptnners, 4030 to ?pecaiiuar?, and 429 to export
dr*? [ r j l'm ' y WO 1 j
Arose receipt s at thia port for the week I2i47ft
?ita. 6toeelst&??lamnerrtl8,810 balee. A
?1. . i " .I860, 186?.
Mock tu Liverpool. 888 000 607,330
Aloa* from India..-. 478.000 482,000
Afloat from America. 79,000 76.000
Stock tn London. 71,830 39,180
JjfcatteU^O???.. 4?jm 85,000
?t?cl in Havre. 89 700 89 893
-^totktoBreaaaa... 19.468 u.689
Afloat for bremen....... 6 896 3.182
?stocklu United Htataapuru._ 7886? MUt
JBtoek m toe tn tenor towna...... 7,077 10 684
Taflctency ra visible ?apply . 183 031
Stock of otton held by M?nones ter st inners at
?flfcaTaUta, now 10B.0UO bete-; ?ame tbae 18>'8,138.000
kales. Mladhng Orieena, now 13j,? ; toen llXd
Jxarre j Ferris dt^Co.'s a?Tal Stores Ctr
. jgW YORK. June aa-0 PI arra Tuapi-rrnix. - The
aaTXaneas no rd in oar lest couauaed on.y au til ?x>
_xt ral of ffev r>?rQ ?teamer. Moat of ber cargo at 41c
st dock, md ? lot or 10 obi? at ?OXc. Imme?
diately after which renewed firmness was manifest,
ed with some baalneaa at tic. l he sale? of the week
are 2630 at *0,H?*2, dosing weak at 4H4". merchant?
able. Beoeipta 695 bbls (and abont 7f0not reported.)
Exports 160 bble. Stock unsold estimated at 10*0
bbl? The exports from Wilmington in 1868 were
83.396 bbls. In Junnary, 1869.7847 bWa. Total for
the reason 41,243 bb P. The clearances since (in?
cluding one vessel now loaded i are 17.618 bbls.
BOBIN._The advance io freight has checked busi?
ness in common rosin, but the demand for pale has
been sood at ttie deeune Prices are nominally bet?
ter, owing simply to the fact that lt has been found
possible to sell at lair rates. 1 he market is now
nearly bare of all grades, except low pale. Good No
1 la scarce and wanted. The sales and resales since
our last are abont 8000 bbls strained at $2 26a3 35;
good si rained $9 30s2 42 600 bbls No 2 at $2 60a2
75, and about SOO bbls No 1 and pale at 8la4 26 for
No 1; $461*660 for to good pale; $6aV for exra pale,
and I8al0 for window glass. Receipts 7626 obla.
Exports 17 379 obis.
Tax-The baalneaa is merely retail at about S2 75
for 26 gal bois. 'Wilmington $3^. Beceipts628
bbls. Exports 3? bbls.
Columbas Cotton M ?rite t.
COLUMBUS, June 26.-Corrow. -This market
*a?been one .of aiwo-t total insettvtiy dining ins
week. Last Friday, the period at which our last re?
port was given, n iddlit ga reached the highest figure
they have attained this season, 80i?a31c Saturday
they were quoted nominally at 30c, and since at 29c,
Of the sales reported 78 bales really sold last ?eek.
but the transactions was not reported until Monday,
The ofletinuatock ls extremely light and there is
hardly any ,mquiry. ,J
The sales to-di y have been very small-only one
or two operating. Some Rales ot low middling at J
28>fc; good ordinaries at 27>?c. The' following ar?
merely nominal quotations; but little cotton,- il any,
of full grades can be boughtat them: Ordinary 26c;
good ordinary 27a27^c; low middlings 28>?a29c:
middlings 29A?0. Waren ute salea for the week .143 |
bales. Week's receipts 63 bales, against 17 the cor?
reo pon dine week of la t season, and 67 the previous
week of this year. Shipmenta 169 bales.
corro? ST ATX JOT sr.
Stock on band Sept. Ut, 1868. 280
Rf eel ved past week. 63
Shipped this week. 169
Stock on hand June 21.1869., ?08 I
-onaiuwees per Sontra t ?tonna Mamre*al
176 bales Cotton. 18 bates Domestics, 189 sacke'
Jora, loar Iron, lea* Stock. . Io Railroad A sent,
relier. Bod gets k Co, W & Evan, W o Courtney 4
Zo, G H Walter sr Co, JW w ?mitb. O Phillips, Courte
lay k irenholm, Clag bom. Herring lt Co, o Lt teed gi,
ind i Jara.
Port ot Charleston, June ?20.
~~ POKT <JAJL.Jul?iUAJK~
tas xs or TUX MOOS.
Last Q nari er, 1st, T boan. 27 minutes, evenlcg.
Sew Moon, 9th, 8 hours, 14 m lau tea, mo ming,
first Quarter, IC th, I hour, 28 minutes, morning,
full Moon, 23d 8 boura, 34 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter. 31st ll hours, 46 minutes, morning.
??^JUWZ 4 JTTLTj
?Monday.... 4 .66 7..io | 10..38
(9Tuesday,...i * .te 7..io ll..11
kTlWedneadty.l 4..56 j 7.no il..13
llTcuraday...' 4..67 7., 10 Morn.
Midday...*.. 4..C7 7..10 ?..13
3|SatnTday...| 4..87 ': 7..10 13..45
Amanda*.I 4. 67 7..10 I..18
Stsantahlp Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia-left
?4 tb inst Mdse. To Joo A Theo o etty, S C Kali
road Agent, I D aiken Ai to. Off Aunar, Camelon
a Barkley, Dr H Baer, Dowle At Moi e, X H Upct
weil. J Archer, Kinsman broa, C L Gilbert, Charles?
ton Gas Light Co J > ampaesa Ac Co, T A Beamish st
Co. L F Rober' -on, J n Benneker, Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, Cob., n's Medical Depot, J J Grace, Dr G
Cull, r, B O'Neill H A Tonk Mrs C hinkler, J R
Pringle, W B Heriot, B Johnson A Co. C B ?aidoer,
H T Peake, P Walsh, L Chap?n k Co, F F Chapeau,
0 D Francie. Fogartie's Book Mort, J Bussell, tl
.inkltr, McDuff coben, C alhorn, Berring * Co, J F
Ti lor k Co, F K Blake, Willis A Ohisolm, F O Bor
nf r, J Hur ka sap k Co, W H Shaffer, G J 1 uhn, and
rebr Frank Palmer. Latham, Sosten-26 days,
[ce. To Blaley k Creighton, and A Gage k Co.
bohr T D Wilder, Heather. New York-15 d.VB.
Hay ?ad Railroad Iron. To W Bosch st Co, King k
Jibbon, sod Courts., ay A Irenhohn.
British brig J L Pye, Pye, London-J A Baslow k
From thia Port,
jtteamahip Saragossa, Ryder, New Tork, June 26.
Vp for this Port,
fae Vince, Halliday, at Liverpool, June 12.
Saned fte thia Fort.
Sehr Zeta Pal, Thoaspton, frc m Belfast, Me, June 20 |
Shipnews t? I e'cgrapti.
SAVAXKAH, June 88-Arrived, Bapldan fron New
The ateamship Prometheos, at thia port from Phil
ideipbla, spoke on Sunday afternoo", at 3 P M, off |
.be fryingpan, the pilot boat Pride, off and from
Charleston on a cruise.
LIST UK VESSKLK
CP. C Li ?RED AND SAILED FOB , Ul8 FO?T.
The Hannab Liarle, Ferguton, cleared.May 90
Ibe Minnie, Rorerlson, sailed.May li)
The Vince, Hani lay, up....June 12
Brig Americas, Band, up.Jute 9 j
BO KTOKT. KR.
3rig Manzanillo, Fpear, sailed.June 12
szzg Monica, MoOobb, sailed.Jone 6
BELT A?T, MX.
:ctr Zeta Pal,Thompson. ?anea......June 20
tebr Velocity, Plnhbam. tailed.June 16
Brig A Biad&baw, -, up...-.June 21
Scar Clara W Elwell, Child?, cleared.June 12
ichr Grace OH;ton, Otis, cleared.June 12
>cnr Rockingham, dickerson, cleared.June 9
.chr 8 H t 'edy. Small, cleared.June 21
ichr O 8Oroya. Weaver, cleared..June 19
ichr Wm L Si rings, Halsey, up.June 17
Ichr Mary Stow. Bankin, cleared.June 19 j
PTTTT ATITT PCTTA
lear Adolph Hugel. Robinson; up.June 23
ichr Shiloh. Hubbard, cleared.June 10
Ichr E J Palmer, e-moot, cleared.June 20
IAHOSX P I A JV O 8 J I
3 OLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEEB
AWARDED TO GH?B. M. 8TLEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MAPS,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW TORE
DFFTCE AND WAREBOOM, No. 7 N. LIBERTY?
6TREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-8TBEE0?,
STTEFF'8 PIANO4 HAVE ALL TBE LATE Si
m movement, including the Agraffe treble, ivor]
roots, and the Improved French Action, fully war
anted lor five years, with privilege of exchanu?
?ithin twelve months if not entirely satisfactory tc
iurcbaser. Kecood-handed Pianos and Parlor Or
rans always on hand (rom $60 to $300.
xxnrxcxa WHO HAVE otra FIAROS rx pax:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. 0.
General D.H Hill, Charlotte, N.e.
Governor John Letcher, Lexington, Va
Masara. B, Barwell k Sons, Charlotte, N. C., Fe
<X B. BJddlck, Female College, XittroB't Springs,
Biahop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max Strmkosch, IMuian Opera.
Mesara. Pierson k Boos, Sumter, 8. C.
Charles Spencer, Charlesion H. C.
Bend for a circular. Terms liberal
TJOMMMM di MACBETH.
Ho, 30 Broad-street,
Charleston, 8. C.,
BROKERS, AOCTIONBEBS, REAXESTATE
GBSBRAL CO nal 1 S 9 1 Om AGK1WT8.
Will atttend to Renting and - BeorJng of Renta
and purchase and sale ot BtoO'i, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate.
To tba Purchase or Goods and Supplies for parties
In the country upon reasonable terms.
Gronos u HOLM?.ALEXA ?rmi MACBBIB.
Jaouiryl ^ Jyr
r Jlamti, Oils, (gtr.
^AMEKOV, n AK KL EY & CO..
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCDXAR SAW MILLS, and
January 1 imo
?y]yrBITE LEAD, ^
COLORS, VARNISHES, BR?SHE8, Ac., Ao.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMERO*. BARKLEY & CO.,
Kort beast corner AIeetlng and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6mo
ILS! OILS! OILS!
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MASON'S .SPERM OIL
600 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAR LUBRICATING
SOO GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
SOO GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMBRON, BARKLEY ?t? CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 - 6mo
O O F 1 S G TIN
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TIN
800 BOXES LX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 38x20 ROOFING UN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
ao BOXES rx 10x20
20 BOXES TTY 11x20
20 BOXES rYTX 14x20
20 BOXES TX XXX 14x20
BLOCS TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDEB, BPEL
TES, 4c., Ac.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERO*, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast ocroer Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January J , Cm o
ELTIN GI BELI ING!
6000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 8, 4, and^
250 SLOES PATEN T DBES8ED LAC!
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BEL
100 BOXES BLARE'S PATENT BEL1
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT BOOBS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO 1, INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, j INCH TO 1:
WHITE AND BB?WN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER BOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS Ol
CAMKKDS, EAHKLtY ot ( <>..
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6mo
SHEET IRON ANO STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST-IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
ITT I INC VS, tor 8 te a m and water.
CAMERON, BARKLEY di CO..
Northeast corner Meetrag and Cumberland streets
January 1 6xso
K AUS WORK
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATEB GUAGES, GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DEIEC
COPPER AND BBASS WIRE.
CAMBRON, BARKLEY ?V CO.,
Northeast Comer Meeting and Cumberland streets,
. January 1 ?mo
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE
4VNO BITTERS EQUAL TO THEM.^o
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
made ot PUBS LIQUOR, HERBS AND BOOTS, ai
well known in Pharmacy :
PERUVIAN BARE, CHAMOMILE FLOW?
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other HERBS AND BOOTS as wUl in all
cases assist Digestion, promote the secretions of the
system in the natural channels, and gire
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNO ANB OLB, MALE AND FEMALE!
AU Use It "With. Wonderful Succca
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY TEEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask for SUMTER BITTERS, gold by Druggisti
JEaTSee that our signature ls over the cork of each
bottle. DO WIE dc MOISE,
POPBIETOB3 AND WHOLESALE DHUOOISTP,
MayM_Charleston, B. 0.
ti A M BE BLAIN di SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAv?
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
Charleston, 8. C.
Office in the Courthouse.
?. H. culara rsi.its, Atty-OeneraL..X. B. BXABBOOK.
tiped al attention will be paid to the PaosecuMon ol
Chums held by partiel outside of the State. May 4 1
<fj)in?, ffilMsuwrt, Cte.
CROCKERY, CHINA liw~ GLASSWARE,
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
POTTERIES IN EUROPE TO CHARLESTON.
FOR SALE AT
No. 255 KING-STREET, CORNER OF BEAU FAIN,
WHERE FAMILIES CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH EVERY ARTICLE IN THE ABOVE
LINE BY _;
WILLIAM Gr. WHILDEN & CO.
May 29 nae tuthslmo
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. Ali Policies non-Forfeit able.
Half Loan Taken. No Notes Required.
LAST CA?sH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in force.125,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Loases Paid.. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM. President.
H. V. GARAGAN, Secretary. *
L. MrADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Ron. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES BAUFER, Firm Harper & Bros.,
ex-Mayor New York.
JOBS J. GEAKE, President Bank Repoblie.
Wat. T. HOOXE?, Wall-street.
WM. M. VEBMXLYE, Bank