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Farm, Garden and Household.
From the Coiambia CaroLnian.
Something for Farmers.
"FENCING STOCK VS. FENCING
3r. Editor.-There is perhaps no
subject deserving more considera
tion by the law makers of thisState,
than that-of our system of fencing
-the'fence laws. It is well wor
thki- af' ,f the earnest attention
of-6rir agriculturists. For the
first time in the history the
State, there is likely to be a.. effec
tive orpezato n-of this: interest,
through t he Patrons of Husbandry,
the coinily'andState societies, and
neighborhood clubs, and there is a
prospect, also, of our taking a step
forwardin this: vastly important
department of industry.
It has always been a matter of
surprise tio ie that planters and
fapnds dould never be induced
has been and is still the very foun
dation stone of our prosperity or
poverty in proportion as it is intel
figently or otherwise conducted.
And yet it has been impossible,
heretofore to secure that co-opera
tire action among agriculturists
so essen tial to a successful develop
Lawyers and doctors have their
"associations" for the advancement
of scientific knowledge, and the
regulation of fee bills and a proper
standard of ethics in their profes
sions. The mechanics have their
"unions" for the mutual protection
of their individual and collective
interests. Manufacturers, brokers
bankers, factors, and merchants
have their boards of trades, cham
bers, f commerce and exchanges
for ti effectiv6 execution of what
ever will best promote their re-,
spective wants. Rail roads oper
ate through corporations and co
operate witli each other in the
regulations of tariffs,. schedules,
and other hings~ which conduce to
the protection of the whole.
bdne ofthem all,straggle individual
against these strong combinations,
and consequently have been little
more thah *"hewers of wood and
draxerof water" -for them- all.
Thieillwrong. The existence
of%aeiy dtlie South prominent
ly developed the individuality of
the master. He was strong and
independent, and could act effec
tively alone, but With the destruc
tion of this institution, this isolat
ed strength of individu.Js was
partly paralyzed for seperate ac
it has, nevertheless, endeavored
to maintain itself against the con
solidating combination, co-opera
tive tendency of age, and by no
set of men more than the. farmers
and planters. Accustomed to per
fect independence, not only of each
other, but of the rest of the world ;
they acknowledge the pressure of
the "ne w regime" with difficulty ;
they find it hard to get their con
sent trQace with anybody, to con
suit ordefer to anybody, in the
matter of promoting the general
welfare an d progress of agriculIture
as a whole.
Nothing is more natural. Ey
cry man. who has owned slaves and
worked them feels it; but he who at
tempts to pursue the p)olicy it agri
culture which belonged to the
regime of slavery is beating the
air with idle strokes. iIe must
no0w unite with his neighbors, and
there must a pulling together of
the agricultural interests. so that
when the cotton speculators ofj
Wall-street combine to "bear" the
price of their product below its
table valne, hie must be prepared
with his neighbors to combine to
keep it off the market. until its
pr-oper market value is.recognized .1
And wvhen the rail road com bina
tion proceeds to charge hini two
dollars a bale, when one would be a
fair rate for the transportation of
h is cotton, he must be in a con dition
t. combine against this injustice,
and either withhold the freight or
provide other means of transporta- -
tion-and so on.
In other words, if the brain, cap. F
ita!. tact and energy of the State
are-ever.tQ be made progressive -
and effective, it must be united
and harmonized, as well in agri -
culture as anything else. D)o the:
Granges, organized under the aus- J
piees of the Patrons of Husbandry,
propose05 to accomplish this ? Can
they do. so? If yes; then a great
work Sas be en accomplished byi
them. Among .other important,
subrjects which should occupy their
attention,.none there is, perhaps, j J
as I have remarked, which is more t
worthy of earnest consideration .th
than ~our- system of fencing.
When we come to calculate the en
expenses of "these unproductive
monuments of art," we become
startled at their extravagant pro-.e
In this connection I beg to sub
miL an extract from a pamphlet
prepared by Messrs. E. S. Ham
montd-to whose kindness I am
indebted for it-W. Pinckney
Stark, and Thomas W. Whaley, a
Committee of the "Beach Island
Farmers' Club," appointed to make p
a report on "Fencing Stock vs'
"Estimating the improved lands
of the State at this time as of the
same extent as in 1S50, we would
have the following result from
these calculations : 4,000,000 acres
of improved lands, worth 820.000,
000, enelosed by 100,000 miles cf c
outside fencing, the fencing cost-!
ing for its original construction, finE
$16.000.000, besides encumbering~
and rendering valueless 100,000
acres of land worth 8500,000.
Thfe duration of such,fences vary
fromn fouir to fifteen years,according)
ro timber and other cir'cumstnees4
apart from casualities of floods and
dires, but the annual cost of repairs
eaui,ot, be less than ten per cent.,
or $1,600,000, equivalent to a tax
I of forty cents an acre on all
improved lands in the State, or
eight per cent. of its value, being
just eight times the rated tax,
State and County, we will have to;
pay on the same property next
year. To this should be added at
least seven per cent. interest on
the original cost, making the tax
fifteen por cent., or seventy-five
cents per acre. Experience has
established that this tax is lighter
than the damages that would re
sult from insufficient flencing for
protection. Yet it is probable that
all the stock permitted to run at
largein the State, for whose benefit
this burdensome expenditure is ex
acted,if taken directfrom their sev
eral ranges and sol(I in market
would scarcely r3alize tiie expenses
of our fences, or even the half of it.
Taking these figures as approx
imately accurate, the question
which presents itself to the mind
of the political economist is, may
not these enormous expenditures
required before farming can be
commenced, be diverted and made
niore productive by different appli
cation withouL rrejudice to the
general prosperity and wealth ofI
There are some other sugges
tions in this pamphlet to which I
will ask the attention ofyour read
ers in a subseonent communication.
3M. C. B.
BE SOLD AS FOLLOWS
$48 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
$53 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
Payable November 1, 1873, T
FREE OF INTEREST. F
FREIGil AND DRIIIGE
To be added.
ITS SUTCCESS IS
[JN P AR AJLLELED3,
AND ITS STANDARD IS tF
A NO. 1.
CALL ON AGENTS FOR u,
Umanacs and Certificates. It
CHARL. STOI, s.0,,
A. J. McCAUGHIRIN & CO..0
.gents at Newberry, S. C. ex
H. S. BOOZER & CO., A gents at a
rog Level, S. C.
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JPhe Progressive Age.
The Undersigned proposes to publish in
e town of Newberry, S. C., about the 1st of
:brumary, 1873, a weekly newspaper, bearing -
e title of THE PROGRESSIVE AGE. --
The limits of a prospectus do not admit of
minute delinecation of all the features of
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ources, and to foster thme arts and sciences
ich minist~er to the well-being of her peo
It shamll be insisted, too, that Newberry,
ere we have located. shall partake of the
eral prosperity, with no attempt to dis
age the local adv'antages of other towns
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nlikea the "S5oothing Syrups," now soToa
ly used,.-tbis CORDIA L contains
NO ANODYNE, t
thter tinrious Drug. It is. composed of the e
very best nmaterials, atid *hould be A.
d in everv Nursery. The best physi- Newt
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Dr. H. BAER, One
CHARLESTON. S. C WE
f- For sale by MOTTE & TARRANT, colonj
berry,8. C. May :, IS-tf. will f.n
- . descr
Private Boarding. *"
few gentlemen can find BOARD BY 21 per
6,10-r A, W. T. InnON. , e.
HON. .J EFFERSON DAVIS,
EN. WADE HAMPTON, Vie
President, and Superintendant of
J. D. KENNEDY, State Agent.
F. GLENN, Agent Newberry C
Among its Directors are some of ti
-st business men of the countri
e guarantee honesty of managemen
e. speedy settlemeut of losses.
July 10, '72-28-1y.
13M Pages an
G i EWfm500 Engravingi
prnted in Engli
and (erman. Wri
ten by 20 Emine
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lon. Leon Cas
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bert Brisbane. H1
race Greeley, F. ]
Perkins, etc.. etc.
all branches of it
- dustry. processes
inufucture, etc.. in all ages. It is a comple
cyclopedia of arts and manufactures, and
e most entertaining and valuable work of il
rmation on subjects of general interest evi
ered to the public. The Book is sold by agent
io are makiig large sales In all parts of th
untry. It is offered at the low price of 83.5
d is the cheapest book ever sold by subsc rig
n. We want Agents in every town in tb
tited 6tates, and no azerit can fadl to do we
th this book. our terms are liberal. We giv
r agents the exclusive right of territory. Or
our agents sold 13S copies in eight days, an<
er sold 363 in two weeLs. Our agent in Hfar
rd sold 897 in one week. Specimens of th
rk sent to agents on receipt of stamp. F<
-culars and terms to agents. address the pul
hers. Sample copie- of this book sent to an
dress on receipt of price.
J. B. BURP. & IYDE. Publisher,;.
irtford. Conn., Chicago Ill., Cincinnati, Ohi.
Sash and Blinds,
STAIR FIX-turcs, Builders' Fur.
nishing Hard ware,Drain Pipe,Floor
Tiles, Wire Guards, Terra Cotta
Ware, Marble and Slate Mantle
WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTY.
Circulars and Price Lists sent
free on application, by
P. P. TOALE,
20 Ilayne and 33 Pinckntey sts.
Oct. 2, '72-ly. Charleston, S. C.
3EO. S. HACKER,
or, Sash and Blind Factory,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
[HS IS AS LaRGE AND COMPLETE A
tory as therc is in the South.
I work manufatctured at the Factory in
city. The only house owned and man
I by a Zarolinian in this city.
7 SEND FOR PRICE LIST -2
ectory and Warerooms, King Street, op
te Cannon Street, on line of City Rail
(WEO. S. H ACK ER.
P. '). Box 170, Charleston, S. C.
cific Guano Company's
IIS GUANO is now so well known ini
te Southern States for its remarkable
ts as an agency for increasing the pro
Sof labor, as not to reqnire special re
neudation from us. Its use for seven
pass has established its character for
ble excellence. The large fixed capi
ivested by the Company in this trade,
as the surest guarantee of the contin
txcellence of its Guano.
e supplies put into market this season
ts heretofore, prepared under the per.
superintendence of Dr. ST. JULIAN
ENEL, Chemist of the Compatny, at
eston, S. C., hence planters way 'rest
ed that its cluality and comiposition is
sely the same as that heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSON,
Seliinit Attent, Charleston, F. C.
JTNO. S. REESE & C0.,
General Agents, Baltimore.
cash ; 3 time, without interest.
commoriate planters they can order
nd have ur.til first of April to decide
whether they will take at time or cash
Wh~en delivered from factory by
r load no drayage wi'l be charged.
J. McCaughrin & Co., Agents for
v. 27, 48--3m.
WANTED AT ONCE.
[undred and Fifty Thousand Acres of
South Carolina Land.
have:en application for the above amount
th Carolina Land upon whIch to locate a
of Swedes. Parties having lands for sale!
id it to their advantaie to send us a full
>tion of their premises, with terms. & c.. at
This must be accompanied by One Dollar;
-ay the ex pense of publishing inpmhlt
e Stamp b r return postage. We ch.are
cent. upon all property sold.
DAVIS & CO.,
O. Gass Rox 351, Washington, D. C.
JOHN C. DIAL,
Importer and Dealer in English & American
HARDWARE AND EUTIERY,
Iron, Steel, Mals, Castings, Mill Stones,
Bolting Cloths, Smut Machines, Circular
Saws, Mill Irons, Sugar Pans, Carriags
Building and Trimming Materials,
INDIA RIBBER AND LETHER BELTING,
Carpenters, Blacksmith and
ffoue.eepinj and Furnishing
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils, French
and American Window Glass, Guns, Ri
fles, Pistols, Shot Belts, Powder
Flasks, Powder, Shot, &c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
At the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LoCK.
COLUMBIA. S. (.
Oct. 23, 43-3m.
THE MOST MAGNIFCENT STOCK
OF JEWDLRY SOUTH
OF TH]'E POTOMAC.
Having renioved fror: his. Old SEand, to the
large and elegant store,
l'ider WEARN & IIIX'S Art Gallery,
Main Street. COLU.MBIA. S. C..
begs respectfully to state that le has now
A Magnificent Stock of Jewelry,
Silver Ware and Fancy Articles,
and feels io iesitation in saying that it is
the fines' stock of Watches, Cloc'ks, Jewel
ry, Diamonds, Solid and Plated Ware, Cut
lerv, &c., and the most artistic and beauti
ful in style, ever before exhibited in Colum
bia, and every article from first class nanu
Repairing and Engraving a speialty,
and all work warranted.
Terms, net cash.
Oct. 23, 4--tt. Under Art Gallery.
C. F. JACKSON
Has jst returned from the Northern
Cities with the most choice stock of
FALL AND WINTER
Ever brought to thtis market. For sale at
LOW PRICES FOR CASHI ONLY.
Main Street, near rlain,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Oct. 10, 1 -tf.
ME STITfONER IIO[R
H AS just opened, in the new and band-I
owe building immediately opposite the'
'banix offlee, on Main street, a complete
ST ATIONE RY,
eomprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
11 sizes, qualities and of every description,
'at Papers of C:up, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
hum, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
izes, which will be said in any quantity, or
ianufactured into Blink Books of any si'.e,
ud ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
tyle, at short notice.*
edesvariety-all sizes, colors and quali
f every variety, Memorandum and ,Pass
ooks, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
ook-s, Receipt Books, Note Books.~
ARCHITECTS and DRlAUGHTSMEN will -
nd a complete stock of materials for their:
me. Drawing Paper, in sheets andl rolls,
ristol Boards, PostalPaper and Boards, Oil
uper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cnkes and
>xes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens. t
f every description; a great variety of con
mnient and useful articles for both Teachers'
id Pupils. I
Photoorah Albums, Writing Desks, Port
lios, O&bas, with boxes, and acounless.
uriety of -It
FANCY ARTICLES. g
Also, :' most elegant stock of Gold Pens m i
d Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber l
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
d Copying; Mucilage: Chess and Back
mmnon Men and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ag Cards, and everything usuclly kept in a ut:
irst Class Stationery House, f
hich the subscriber intends this shall be.
Ie will still co,ndru-t his BINDERY and
ANK BOOK MANU FACTORY and PA- to
Rl-RELING ESTABLISHMENT, whichb
been in successful operation for over
rty years in this State, nud to) which he
Li conitinut to devote his owvn personal at
Itioin. His stock will be kept up full and th
nplete, and his prices wi!! be found always Aj
sonale, arid he hopes to have a share of wi
E. Rd. STOKES, Main Street, i
I-v. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phonix Offiee.
M H. BERRY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
,osite old Stand, next to Wheeler Hou::e.
ow on hand and receiving, the Largest
ek of First Class FURNITURE ever
wn in this Market. Consisting in part
walnut Parlor, Dining Room and Chamn
Suits in various new styles, *direct fromwi
tnmanufacturers, and at prices to suit and
treFrames wade to order at short clu<
ice itn Wainut and Gilt. Rim
ied Springs, Spring Beds and Mattrasses
hand and made to order.
rom long expsrienrce in business and re
le quality of goods, feel confident
.in compete with any Ilouse South of Tus
timore. . (
harnkful for past favors I hope to con
e to merit the same liberal patrouage.
.d DESIRE to announce to their friends
and patrons that. they have MOVED into
Large and Elegant Store,
Corner Main and Plain Sts.,
Under the Wheeler House,
Where they have OPENED their
Of NTEv and
SELECTED WITH GREAT CARE,
COMPR TING T H E BEST MA KES
OF GOODS TO BE FOUND
IN DOIESTIC OR FOR
e EIGN M1ARKETS,
To whicb we invite th' attwt:t6on of the
inhabitants of Newberry ard surrounding
country, feelung jisured that we can fur
nish them with better goods at less prices
- than any house in Sonti C7arolina, as our
stock i- of the best (juality of goods.
Sawplesseti on app!iCation.
e keep a utiul ni- of MOURNING
M1r. John Ciev, well known in your
County, is now in our enplov and would be
3oleased to hear from his fri'ids in Newber
d ry, at the
Grand Central Dry Goods Es
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
W. D. LOVE.
B. B. McCREERY. I et. 44-2m.
To See the Fairest
'e Or most liberal Dealer is the desire of every
one when they wish to purchase goods. The
r "Indian Girl" solicits a call, and will then
. leave it to you as to whether she is entitled to
e such a reputation. It being near the time
et Of the Fair
e An extra large stock of Havana Cigars, from
e S12 to $30 per box, Domestic Cigars from S2
to $10 per box, and Chewing and Smoking
Tobacco, from common to the finest mann
e factured, has been received. Remember
Go to Newberry
To invest in this line of goods, that an order
sent to the "Indian Girl," in Columbia, will
cause a delay in getting the goods of only
one day, and give you the advantage of all
inducements offered, and if the goods re
ceived are not the best you ever bou-ht for
the money, return at my expense, as the mot
to is "The best for the money."
IN ORDERING STATE PRICE OF GOODS
S. J. PERRY,
"Indian Girl" Cigar Store,
Oct. 23. 43-3m. Columbia. S. C.
ISHIPPED FROM COLUMBIA,
By J. D. BATEMAN,~
In Large or Small Quantities.
And Always Fine and Fresh.
As cheap as they can be had by ordering
direct froam Virginia dealers. The trade will
find it to their advantage to send their orders
to me, both as regards saving cost and time.
I am constantly in supply, also, of best
IBA LE H AY, at low figures.
All orders promnptly attended to.
J. D. BATEMAN,I
Nov. 2748-tf. COLUMfBIA, S. C.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
Capital Stock Paid In, $300,000.
Board of Directors. S
t. D. Cam.ns, fPres., J1so. T. DAYtB.
.J. W. P'AtRKEi:. Vice-P'res., 1. M. WALLACE.
It. O'NEA LE. Jr.. J.. HOPE.
W. Bt. (;tLicK. c.ashier.
C. J1. 1P.IDELL, Ass't Cashier.
IN addition to tI ordinary and usual y
business of Banking, the Carolina National 1:
Bank of Columbia, S. C., issues Interest
bearing Certificates for any amount, paya. fi
Ible on demandI, and bearing seven per cent. U
interest fromt date, interest collectable every I 1
six months, if the Certificate has not been
previously presented. Deposits in gold re-|
eeived otu same terms, and interest paid in'
kind. Depositors have all the advantages 0
A SAVINCS BANK,
and the safety of thetr depostts ts guaran- fc
teed by a pai d-up capital of Three Hundred vi
Thousand Do!lars. Persons having fun ds
which they wishi to invest temporarily, will
find this a safe mneans of tnvestmnent, return- a
able upon demand, and always ready foriG
use should a tmore profitable investment of
Remittances may be made by Express,
and Certificattes will be returned by mail a
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 14, 1872.-48-tm.
_ _ Op
NATIONAL HOTEL. th
Columbia, S. C. not
Robert Joyner, Proprietor.
P. Bamilton Joyner, Clerk.
)f Board, p.er Day...........-$...8 00Ba
supper, Breakfast and Lodging..2 ('0
lingle Me0alS............--...... '..0 tin
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PHARMACEUTIST AND CHEMIST,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
RESPECTFULLY commends to the confidence or tie ccmmu;ity his popul%r prepara.
tions, which are manufactured under his own sI perv!-ion, INith creat care, and which
may be relied upon for their purity and efficacy.
Fant's Tonic Bitters,
Composed of the best antiperiodic Tonics known to the Med-cal Profession.
FANT'S ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK,
A most palatable Cordial, particularly recommended to persons of weak habit, and to such
as reside in low, damp situations, where the nervous system is, more or less, relaxed.
Fant's Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla, Queen's Delight, &e.
This preparation will purify the blood and eliminate mercury from the system.
Dr FANT'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
An Iuvaluable Remedy for Children suffering from Teething, Indigestion, and Bowel Affec
My stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Aze fresh, large and complete, all of wh:ch I guarantee to be Chemically PURE.
Also a large and well selected variety of
PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
Both Foreign and American.
WINES AND LIQUORS of purest qualities for Medicinal purposes.
SUPERIOR WHITE WTNE VINEGAR.
POATT'S ASTRAL OIL.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at any Hour of
Dec. 6, 49-tf. td
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
Hats, Caps and Gent's Furnishing Goods.
EI]\EAR.D & WIILEF ,
C OLUMBIA, S. C.
WE are now receiving and will continue to through the season the BEST READY
MADE CLOTHING, that~cannot be surpassed if equalled by tny custom made. All the
latest fashions in MELTONS. DIAGONALS, CHEVIOTS, BEAVERS, TRICOTS, BLACK
DRESS FROCKS, BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, FRENCH and A)fERICAN DRESS VESrS,
CLOTH, SILK aud VELVET.
A splendid line
MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
WHITE FANCY SHIRTS, CHEVIOT AND NEG-LIGE SHIRTS
HOSIERY AND UNDER WEAR. NECK WEAR and SUSPENDERS
CARDIGAN JACKETS, SILK AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS.
SILK HATS, FALL STYLE.
The undersigned respectfully calls the attention of their friends and customers of New
berry and upper Counties, to their large and well selected Stock of Goods. Visitors to the
City are invited to call and examine. Orders will be promptly attended to and satisfaction
Oct. 9, 42-tf. KINARD & WILEY, COLUMBIA, S. C.
J. H. KINARD,
COLUMtBIA, S. C.
I have recently returned from the North, and am prepared to exhibit the most com
plete and elegant tock of
ever brought to this market, consisting of the latest and mst popular styles in DRESS
GOODS, CASSIMERES, &c., with a full line Qf
HOSIERY AND GLOVES!
AND SELECT ASSORTMENTS OF
CARPETiNGS, WINDOW SHADES AND
CURTAINS, RUGS, MATTINGS,
a::d al! other articles usually found in a First Glass Dry Goods Establishinant.
l'HE GRAND OPENING OF THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT,
mnder the direction and supervision of MRS. A. McCORMICK, so generally knowns
hroughout the State for her skill and taste, offers unusual attractions, the stock having
~een carefully sebeted by herself, and placed at figures to meet all wants.
THlE CELEBRATED HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
NYD AMERICAN BUTTON-HIoLE AND OVER-SEWING MACHINE, constitute a
remment feature in the iine of my business, bemng justly considered the most efScient
nd satisfactory now in use.
Strangers visiting Columbia, are invited to give me a call.
()n Main Street, one Door South of Columbia Hotel, Columbia, S. C.
T HE uudereigned having established his office at Edgefield, as General Agent for
te Cotton States Life Insurance Company, inrites attention to one or two of the ad
anitages offered those who may desire to effect insurance on their lives in a safe Home.
t.oThe Board of Managers at a recent meeting, passed ruanimously the following reso
"Resolved, That in view of the fact that there are unusually large sums paid for
ife Insurance, to the Companies of the North and East, which sums, being there
vested, contribute to the enrichment of those sections, whilst our own South is
-eatly in need of cash capital to prosecute successfully our Agricultural and 3fechani
I enterprises ; it is ordered, that for the purpose of retaining these sums in our
idst, hereafter a certain proportion of the no't cash receipts from premiums, amount
gto not more than 70 per cent. of the sanme be invested in such manner as may
in accordance with thc rtgulations of the Company, in those sections from whicb
e said premiums are attained."
(Signed) , .WM. B. JOHNSON, Pres'c.
(;sOF.GF: S. O'BEAR, See y.
The Financial strength of the Company places it in high rank. Its last An
al Statement shows that the Company possesses, besides its large Guarantee, $170
evers $100 of its liability.
M. W. ADBNEY, Generat .gent.
To carry into effect the foregoing Resolution of the Managers, the Company proposes
establish Boards of Supervisory Trustees in each County and Village in the State, who
.1 supervise all investments.
Seventy per cent. of all the NET PREMIL-M RECEIPTS, from any locality where
~re is a Board of Trustees, will be returned and invested with its Poliev Holders;
~reby making the "Cotton States Life," a HOME COMPANY to everyPoev odr
pliatonsfo lansfrm ay oclit wllbe made through its Board of' Trustees,
osc approval will secure a loan at moderate rates, and for any period, provided the
laterals are acceptahb. by the Directors at the Home Office in' Macon, Ga. No safer
esment of the accumulating assets of a Life Company can be made than with its Poll
Holders, and the above. plan, so liberal and juet, is now offered to the people of New
-ry. The primli.ge of using a portion o~f the Comnpany's assets, is exter.ded to every
of its Poicy. Holders. I therefore propose to establish a Board of Trustees here in
wherry, and at any o-.her point in the District where desirable.
gar. s7, 13-tf B. F. LOYELAGE, Canvassing Agent.
OUR GALLERY. REESE & CARROLL,
~ET it be distinctly understood that the sulYING AND HAIR BEESSIIG
-10TOGRAPH GALLERY NSrAhOf h ONlco,
O, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Room newly fitted and furnished, and gemn
N EW BE R RY, , tlemnen attended to with celerity, saer the
motapproved styles. Nov. 22, 47--tf.
Sfull blast and doing things up all right,
well prepared for a good run this Fal. CO0L U MB IA H OTE L,
LII kinds of work done in good style, in
ling copying of old Pictures, Filling Pins,COUBAS..
A fine lot ofTH PR RIORtkspeurinSl
received,.esple iheeydlcc ftess
ome along durintg this pretty weather. so-shfo wYrkadOretn
W. HI. WISEMA. orptos
Establishme.J n t isn W pe forMeAco.