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VOLUME II-NO. 34.
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Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H.
fm. Mooro, Abbeville C. H.
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Very Touching and Appropriate.
The following extract is from un
address delivered by A. S. Florenco,
Esq., to the pupils of Union Point
Academy, Georgia, which wo find in
Friday's Augusta Chronicle and Senti?
nel. We have never read more elo?
quent or moro appropriate language
in appealing to the 3'outh of thc
South than the following extracts
With over three thousand miles of.
coast, interspersed with numerous |
and excellent harbors-with manu?
facturing facilities inferior to none in
the world-with inexhaustible mines,
abounding in almost variety of ore
coal-pits in abundance-with water
power of every capacity, rivers and
streams traversing every section of
. the country-with illimitable foresta
of timber, waving in unbroken si?
lence, and mountain ranges inter?
secting almost every State-yet we
have regarded these superior and
natural advantages with the greatest
and most astonishing indifference.
Caring only for "King Cotton," and
branding mechanism with plebian
birth, our wily neighbors silently
appropriated the mechanical and
commercial agencies, and through
these great media, now hold the
"helm of State."
Young gentlemen and young ladies,
with yon it remains to restore this
sunny Southland-yea, to elevate it
above its former beauty and power, j
You are the hope of our fallen coun?
try. Will you, then, allow a soldier,
who has given his own .''red right
arm" in her defence, to plead in be?
half of his country's future? Oh,
children, win back our withered lau?
rels, and immortalize the graves of
our brave and noble Confederate
dead by the position which your name
shall take in the country's roll of
honor. Study to be wisc; neglect
not one tenet or admonition from
your teacher which savors of wisdom
-remembering that you aro to re?
build this temple of liberty, and to
lay again its corner-stone upon the
surer basis of experience. Are you
little ABC scholars? Let the tender
root of elementery knowledge be
deeply fixed in your infant minds;
then shall the tree be green and flour?
ishing. Have you advanced to the
study of geography? Note well the
geographical position, outlines and
descriptions of your country, nor let
it be said that you have only studied
for an examination, or to make a dis?
play for once in your lives; but that
you have studied to maintain an ho?
norable position among your coun?
Are you warbling the sweet music
of your mother's tongue? Then little
grammarians, do not murder it with
scientific touches of homo manufac?
ture, but study it well-study, that
ion may understand it perfectly,
lave you advanced beyond the old
field school programme, and entered
the sylvan shades of Virgil and the
heroic scenes of Homer, there to wit?
ness the mysterious rites of ancient
Greece and Rome? Let not a single
taste at thePyerian Spring intoxicate
the brain and. inflate your vanity, but
drink largely, that your young names
be inscribed among the savana of the
But, beware! While-you improve
and perfect the intellectual, do not
discard the practice1 branches.
Young ladies, U~ Ji your minds to
think, while your lily fingers make
ready work with tho tub, the spin?
ning wheel, or cooking stove; and
young man, lay a copy of Livy, Taci?
tus or Euclid beside your plough
handles, nor be ashamed to unite
labor with study, for the (treat Jeho?
vah has commanded, "In tho sweat of
thy brow shalt thou eat thy bread."
Oh! do not let our country degene?
rate because her children arc com?
pelled to take the place of her slaves;
but elevate labor to that position
which the Creator designed it should
occupy, and adorn it with meehan i -
cal skill and intellectual beauty.
Thus elevated, wo shall give to busi?
ness all it has of permanency by giv?
ing to it all it has of honesty ; and by
integrity in business, integrity in af?
fairs of State, integrity in sentiment,
in understanding and in reason, we
shall eradicate selfish ambition out of
politics, and keep the States alive by
an honest patriotism.
TK? DEAD AT STAUNTON.-While
the millionaire general (because he
destroyed so many millions of private
property) is interdicting honors to
the dead in New Orleans, the ladies
of Staunton aro protecting alike the
graves of Confederates and Federals.
They have written to the North ex?
plaining their purposes, and have
enclosed for publication a list of the
dead of the Federal army that sleep
iu the grounds they intend to protect
; by enclosure and by such attention to
tho graves as may preserve their
identity and decent appearance.
Electricity moves with a greater
velocity thau light, which traverses
200,000 milos iu a second of time.
COLGATE'S HONKY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Sonp, in such
universal demand, is made from the
choiiosi materials, is mild and emol?
lient in its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely ucncficia.1 in its action
upon the ?kin. For sale by all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 ly
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.
The On ;inal and Beat in the World.
The only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural brown, without injuring thc bair
or skin. Remedies tho ill effects of bad
dyes. Hold by all Druggists. The genuine
is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF M?LLE
FLETJRS, for Restoring and Beautifying
the Hair. CHAULES BATCHELOR.
Oct 25 Iv New York.
HosTirrrF.n's CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT
TE as.-Head the following letter from E
Bourne, a well-known citizen of Pittsburg
PrrrSBUBO, May 10, 1WH5.
Messrs. Hostetter & Smith-GENTLEMEN:
During a visit to thc West last fall, I con?
tracted chills and fever, which brought mo
to my bed, and dually terminated in
typhoid fever, and confined me to my room
for several months, during which time I
was physically so prostrated that I almost
despaired <>f ever recovering my health -
having entirely lost my appetite, for days
not being able to eat a morsel; added to
which I was much distressed with a reeling
sensation in my bead, and passed many
sleepless nights-all from debility caused
by my prostrate condition, brought about
by tho fever. At this stage of my condi?
tion, a friend recommended nie to ilse your
Stomach Bitters; but being morally opposed
to the uso of stimulants in any form, I at
iirst declined, but afterwards yielded my
prejudices, and, after taking the medicine
for several Weeks, as directed, my appetite
returned, and with it I am rapidly regain?
ing my former strength ana vigor. My
sleep (from tho loss of which I had suffer?
ed much) bas never been better than it is
now, and the reeling sensation, before
alluded to, has entirely left me. My bowels,
which were much constipated and irregu?
lar, are now quite natural, and, in fact, I
am quite glad to say that I feel myself a
new man, ana tender you this testimonial
of wy appreciation of your valuable pre
?mratioii in order that others suffering as I
lave may avail themselves of its virtues,
which prejudice prevented nie from enjov
ing for so long a period. 1 may also add
that my physician, after seeing the benefi?
cial effect your bitters had ou nie, recom?
mended that I use them regularly. Yours,
very respectfully, E. BOURNE,
July 27 t? _ ' No. 45 Market stree.t.
A NEW ANO GUANO EPOCH IN MEDICINE_
Dr. Maggiel is the founder of a new medi?
cal system! The quantitarians, whose vast
internal duses enfeeble thc stomach and
parahrze-Hte bowels, must give precedence
to the man who restores health and appe?
tite, wi ?li from one to two of his extraordi?
nary Pills, and cures the most virulent
sores with a box or so of his wonderful and
all-healing Salve. These two great speci?
fics of the Doctorare fast superseding all
the stereotyped nostrums of the day. Ex?
traordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills and
Salve have opened the eyes of tho public to
the inefficiency of the (so-called) remedies
of others, and upon which poople have so
long blindly depended. Maggiel's Pills are
not of the class that are swallowed by the
dozen, and of which every box full taken
creates an absolute necessity for another.
One or two of Maggitd's Pills suffices to
place the bowels in perfect order, tone the
stomach, create an appetite and render the
spirits light and buoyant. There is no
griping and no reaction in tho form of con?
stipation. If the liver is affected, its func?
tions are restored; and if the nervous sys?
tem is feeble, it is invigorated. 'Phis last
quality makes the medicines very desirable
for the wants of delicate females. Ulcerous
and eruptive diseases aro literally extin?
guished by thc disinfectant power of Mag?
giel's Salve. In fact, it is here announced
that Maggie?* Bilious, Dyspe/ttic ami Diar?
rhoea l'?ls cure where all others fail. While
for burns, scalds, chilblains, cuts and all
abrasions of the skin MaggieCs Suire is in
lallible. Sold by J. Maggiel, ll Pine street,
New York, and all druggists, at 25 cents
per box. Juno 20 Iv
ALOT of fresh ground FLOUR, which
will be Bold wholesale and retail, at
reasonable rates, by
July 24 JANNEY & TOLLE80N.
HOSIERY & NOTION GOODS!
TTTTE aro receiving this day, via tho
W Emily B. Souder, from New York, a
large stock of GOODS, purchased for cash,
to which we invite tho special attention of
thc ladies and merchants, as wo will soil
CHEAP, both at wholesale and retail:
300 pieces Plain and Plaid Nainsook.
Bishop and Linen Lawns, soft finish.
Plain and Striped Swiss.
Plaid and Tape Checks, Mull Muslin.
Striped and Dotted Bobinot.
Tarletons, Silk Bobinet for Veils.
White, Colored and Black Kid Cloves.
Large stock of Hosiery, for Ladies',
Gent's, Misses and Boys, from common to
best-regular makes, all sizes.
Brown and Bleached Damasks. Crash.
Russia Diaper. 50 doz. Towels-cheap.
Bera go and Grenadine, for Veils -all
Infants' Robes, Piano and Table Covers.
Lace Curtains, Pillow-case Linen.
8-1 to 11-4 Cotton Sheeting.
Mosambiquo, Silk Poplins, Lonos.
Borage, Chambra, Pccols.
Fancy Lawns, Huckaback Diaper.
Kid and Lisle Gloves.
Prints, of all descriptions.
Cambric, Swiss, Lisio and Thread Edg?
ings, Insertings, Balancines.
Toilet Quilts, Ribbons and Notions.
CLOTHING, consisting of Fancy Cassi
meres, Tweeds, Linens and Broadcloths;
also, Marseilles and Satin Vests.
20 pieces Embroid'd and Plain Borages.
50 " Challies-very pretty-37 ? 7d.
25 " French Prints.
200 " Lawns aud Jaconets.
Bombazines, C-4 Black DeLaine.
8-4 Black and White Berage, for shawls.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'd and Linen Cuffs and Collars.
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
25 " S-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bales 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery-all prices and qualities.
A large and beau t if ul lot of Sca-sidcs and
Sun-downs; together with many other
goods too numerous to mention-all of
which will bo sold very chea]).
July 15_TOLLESON & JANNEY.
pr f\ BOXES TOBACCO-choice grades.
OVJ 10 " " -low
10,000 SEGARS-genuine Rio Hondo.
5,000 " -low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS - 8 to 12.
10 baskets Heidsick Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port, Sherry and Claret
10 doz. Lemon Syrup.
Several casos of Old COGNAC BRANDY.
10 bbl?. Bourbon Whiskey.
20 " Corn "
50 bbls. CofToo Sugars.
25 " common Brown Sugars.
25 bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines. 100 boxes Herrings.
JANNEY & TOLLESON.
Columbia Male School.
#THE exercises of this School
for tho second session of ISM
will bc resumed on the FIRST
MONDAY of August, in the
Sunday School Room of the
Marion St. Methodist Church.
The departments of study are three
the Primary, the Mercantile and the Classi?
Tbc Primary Department embraces
Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic,
Grammar, Geography, History and Compo?
sition. In this department, pupils will be
thoroughly instructed in th? elements of a
good English education.
The MercantUe Department includes
Book-keeping by Single and Double Entry,
in connection with Mercantile Arithmetic
and Mercantile Forms and Correspondence.
Tho instruction in this department will be
so arranged as to bring into practical use
all the knowledge necessary to tit young
men to keep accurately a set of books in
The Classical Department comprises the
preparatory course of study in Latin,
Greek and Mathematics, required for ad?
mission into tho University of South Caro?
lina or any Southern College.
duly a limited number of scholars can
for thc present bo admitted. On the re?
moval of tho school, in October next, to
tho Odd Follows' School-house-the school?
room of which was recently placed at thc
disposal of tho undersigned by Palmetto
Longo No. 5, I. O. O. F. -arrangements
will bo made to accommodate a larger
number of seloct pupils, if the demands of
education make it expedient.
The rate of tuition per half session of 2i
months is $10, payable at close of each
half session. For further information, ap?
ply by letter or in person to the undersign?
ed, at Columbia.
July 18 wfG? F. W. PAPE, Principal.
Next thor West of the Post Office.
TREVET & BERAGKI
WOULD respectfully inform their
friends and tho public in general
that they have opened a RESTAURANT at
tho above place, where thc very best of
everything tn the way of eating and drink?
ing can be obtained at short notice.
CHEAM ALL on draught.
LUNCH every day from ll to 1 o'clock.
Four Good Mules,
Ir^^n WELL broke ami in good order.
For salo low. Apply to
mirna* JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Ladies' Entrance, Second Floor,
Boom No. 23.
Late nf Berlin, Prussia.
IMPORTANT NE WWI 'ENTION.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE VISION
THE only PERFECT LENS in existence;
superior to any other m ?se; construct?
ed in accordance with the science and phi- j
lo80phy of nature in tho peculiar form of a ;
Concavo-convex Ellipsis-admirably adapt?
ed to the organ of sight, and perfectly
natural to thc oyo, affording altogether the
best artilicial help to tin; human vision
ever invented. Sold only by the Professor
of Optics and Spectacle Manufacturer.
Tho advantages of these Spectacles over
all others aro:
1st. The only true lens known being per?
fectly free from chromatic light, so well
known to be tho cause of injury to thc vi?
sion, and which makes the chango from
spectacles to glasses of stronger power so
often required, while both near and distant
objects are seen with equal facility through?
out the same glasses.
2d. Can bc worn with perfect eas?' for
any length of time at one sitting, giving
astonishing clearness of vision, particu?
larly by candle or other artificial light
comfort to the spectacle-wearer hitherto
3d. When the eyes ache or pain through
the action of a bright light, such as is re?
flected from snow, sunny weather, white
paper and in reading, writing or sewing, or
vivid colors, these lenses, by softening the
rays, effect a most agreeable sensation !
and gives great relief.
4th. In all nervous affections of tho eye,
causing dull and startling pains in the eye?
ball or temple, appearance of luminous
and dark spots in the atmosphere, aching
or feeling like sand in the eye, the disturb?
ed nerves aro quieted and soothed.
5th. Ground by peculiar machinery, got
up at great cost, mathematically calculated
expressly for thc manufacture of this lens,
so as to produce it with the true spherical
accuracy, and its focus is at the exact
centre, ? point of vital importance, ami
which no other lens possess.
Gth. Proof of superiority over thc old
kind of spectacles. They are used exclu?
sively at all the hospitals for diseases of thc
eye, in Berlin, Prussia, and elsewhere.
Testimony of recommendations from metli- |
cal gentlemen, professors of tin- highest
opthalmic talent in Charleston and Colum?
bia, S. C., and in the Union.
COLUMBIA, S. C., July 12, lrtC?. I have
examined a great variety of glasses manu
facturod by Prof. M. Bernhardt, and in jus?
tice '.o the Professor, mnut way that his
glasses arti of a superior quality, adapted
to meet the wants of almost every eye,
where the vision is in any way imperfect.
Thc Professor selected for me a pair of his j
Australian Crystal Glasses, which are of a
very superior quality and workmanship- j
rendering vision very distinct, almost as
perfect as in youth. 1 yield this testimony i
m favor of thc Professor's glasses nu ?st
cheerfully. 1>. H. TREZEVANT, M. 1>.
COLUMBI\, S. C., July 12,1866. -I do most
willingly bear my testimony in favor nf the
superiority id' the Austrian Crystal Singh'
and Double Vision Spectacles, over all
other kinds. They are construct ed upon
the best established and understood prin?
ciples of optics, and their adaptat ion to tho
human eye in its different conditions of
vision, is so perfect as to render sight
easy without effort. In my opinion, none
others should be used, since the eyes once
used to these do not seem to grow (dd, and
by having a focus at any point of the sur- j
face, they appear to restore tho eyes to
their youthful energy.
It. W. ( rIBBES, M. D.
COLUMBIA, S. C., July 12, 1866.- We have j
examined thc Lenses of Prof. Bernhardt,
and consider them superior to any we have
seen. They are admirably adapted, not
only to improve tho imperfections of im?
paired sight, but to relieve the weariness
of vision which constant study produces.
Many of the glasses are of new and inge?
nious contrivance. Wo cordially recom?
mend the Professor to all those who re
quiro scientific optical assistance.
SAMUEL FAIR, M. D.,
W. L. TEMPLETON, M. D.,
A. N. TALLEY, M. D.,
Columbia, S. C.
E. GEDDINGS, M. D.,
T. L. OG I Eb, M. I)..
JAMES P. JERVEY, M. D.,
Charleston, S. C.
Testimonials from James L. Orr, Gover?
nor of South Carolina, Gov. Worth, of
North Carolina, and a large number of
other leading men of the t inted States,
may bc seen at Prof. M. Bernhardt's office.
Many years of public practice and study
in the hospitals in Europe, adjusting spec?
tacles to patients under every aspect of de?
fective vision, as well as experience in an
extensive, long-established business in bis
optical stores, both here and in Europe,
Prof. Bernhardt considers it a sufficient
guarantee of bis ability to apply such
glasses as are best calculated for the assist?
ance or recovery of imperfect sight.
Sd" Office hours fruin a. m. to 5 p. m.,
Nickorson's Hotel, Ladies' Entrance, se?
cond (loor, Room No. 2:t.
N. B. Owing to engagements elsewhere,
Prof. Bernhardt will be able to remain
here for a short time univ. July 1 i lino
HAVING oponed my office
permanently in Columbia, I
may be found at all hours at
tho residenco of Mr. M. H.
Berry, (opposite tho Catholic Church,) on
Assembly street D. I'. GREGG.
J ana 12
.?ETNA LITE Ii
As?ete, June, 1?6<;.
Income for year enciing June* 1866, ?ve
1 POLICIES issued itt Juno, 13(56.
?)*?*J*. J Fifty por cent, dividend declare
TEN PAYMENT LIFE AND \I
NON- FOR F
$20,000 will 1?' insured v,n a single Life, whei
THIS IS THE ONLY NORTHERN <
The. only certain provision for your fan
Do not delay to place those near and ?
chance. Call on
July 22 3mo Corner of Assembly ai
A New and Grand Epoch
PILLS JUTO SALVE !
1THESE wonderful medicines an- now so
familiar io tho people that but little
endorsement of their value as a physic
need be made. The Pills of Dr. Maggiel
contain no mineral. They do not gripe,
and they do not enfeeble the system by ex?
treme purging. They are universal in
CREATING A VIGOROUS APPETITE!
And correspondingly strengthen the diges?
tion. They tono thc liver, clear the head
and steady the nerves. To those who are
not, familiar with the usc of
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILES
As an anti-billious remedy, the following
extracts from various letters will be, it is
hoped, of sufficient importance to justify
tho quoting of them herc:
WHAT THE PATIENTS SAY OK
DU. MAGGIEL'S PILES AND SALVE.
"Tho best Pills for headache 1 ever had."
"My liver works like an engine, thanks
to your Pills."
"I am pleased to say to you, Dr. Maggiel,
that I would not bc without a box of your
Pills for curing me of morning nausea for
"You will lind enclosed il. Your Pills
aro only 25 cents, but I consider them worth
to mc tl."
"DEAB DOCTOK: My tongue had a fur on
it every morning like the bael, of a cat.
Your Pills took it away."
"I took half a pill and crushed it to pow- j
der, and gave it in jelly to my little babe |
for cholera morbus. The dear little pet I
was well in three hours after."
"I suppose it is hardly worth while to tell I
you my burned foot bas got well from the j
use of your Salve. Enclosed lind 25 cents
for another box to keep in thc house."
"Send me another box of Salve."
''Enclosed rind 75 cents for two boxes of
your Maggiel's Phis and one of Salve."
"Thc most gentle, yet searching, medi?
cine 1 ever swallowed."
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
Aro almost universal in their effects, ami a
! cure can be almost alwav.i guaranteed.
FOR BILIOUS DISV.ASF.S,
Nothing can be more productive of cure
? than these IHlls. Their almost magic in.
I tluence is felt at once; and the usual con?
comitants of this most distressing diseas?;
are removed. These remedies ore made
from tho purest
They will not harm the mo?t delicate fe?
male, und can be given with good effect in
prescribed doses to tho Youngest babe.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And all eruptions ot the skin, the Salve is
most invaluable. It does not heal exter?
nally alone, but penetrates with the most
searching effects to the very root of the evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
INVARIABLY CIT RE THE FOLEOWINO DISEASES!
Asthma, I Headache,
Rowel Complaints, ; Indigestion,
Coughs, I Influenza,
Colds, i Inflammation,
Chest Diseases, ! Inward Weakness,
Costiveness, Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Lowness of Spirit?,
Diarrhoea, , Ringworm,
Dropsy, : Rheumatism,
Debility, j Salt Rhea rn,
Fever and Ague, Scalds.
Each ??OJ- Contains 12 Pitts.
Due Pill is a liase.
NOTICE.-None genuine without the en?
graved trade mark around each pot or box,
signed by DR. J. MAGGIEL, New York, to
counterfeit which is felony.
?S-Sold by all respectable dealers in
medicine's throughout tho United States
and Canadas, at 25 cents per box or pot.
FISH ER .V HEINITSH, Columbia, S. C.
J ul v 29 Iv
mm & KREIMER.
Wines, Liquors and Segars.
SELECT GOODS always in store, and
never offered for sf.le LESS THAN
Main Street anti (j er wt is Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREEDER.
ANEW ami complete assortment just
An elegant assortment of FISHING
TACKLE -Rods, Reels, Bobs, Hooks,
bines, AC At ROW PRICES.
/>. W. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite oid Jail.
N. B. -Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and neatly executed.
M av 20_ly
CASKS Jonngers A Co.'s EMIN
BURGH. J. C. HEEGERS & CO.
DIVIDENDS declared and paid annually,
d January 1, 18GC.
i. ENDOWMENT POLICIES.
?E T TA'B LE.
.e tho physical condition is unexceptionable.
?PMPANY THAT RENEWED ITS
IS AFTER THE WAR.
lily is a pohcy of LIFE INSURANCE,
lear above the contingencies of accident or
II. K. NICHOLS, Agent.
id Washington streets, Columbia, S. C.
20,005 LBS. BAU?.
50 BUSHELS COW PEAS.
HUE COUNTRY FtOO??
nm i mun
ALIMITED amount of GOLD and SEL
VER. FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Legs and Arms.
i TK? SOUTHER!?
j LEG MD ARM COMPANY
HAVE established a branch office and
manufactory at Columbia, S. C.
I Thc improved AUTOMATIC LEG AND
1 ARM manufactured by this company are
j unsurpassed by any in the world.
Our workmen are practical artificial leg
and arm makers-three of them wearing
legs of their own manufacturo.
Our facilities are unsurpassed. Our
work warranted one year. Call and ex
I amine our specimens, or address
DANNELLY, MARSHALL & CO.,
Seeger's Building, Columbia, 8. C.
. offices--Madison, Ga., Nashville, Tenu.,
I Columbia, S. C. Msv 27 Smo
i HT ?TlttC??mS,
j Corney of Assembly aiul Washington Sin.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
REPRESENTS, among others, the fol?
lowing excellent Companies:
Underwritars' Agoncv, Now York
International, New York-capital. 1,000,000
Security, " " .. 1,000,000
Home, New Haven, .. 1,000,000
? Manhattan, New York " 1,000,000
I North American, New York, " fiOO.OOO
! Putnam, Hartford, " 500,000
I Home, Savannah, " 500,000
Southern Insurance and Trust, Sa?
New York Accidental, New York
POLICIES MADE PAYABLE
INGOLD OR CURRENCY, AND
LOSSES PROMPTLY SETTLED.
July 22_[March 1 ?mr>]
GIBBES & HUGGINS,
RISKS against Fire taken in tho follow?
ing Companies, at fair rates, ind no
charge for polices:
NORTH AMERICAN COMPANY,
VIRGINIA STATE COMPANY,
SUN MUTUAL COMPANY,
EXCHANGE on New York and Charles?
ton bought and sold; dealers in Stocks,
Bonds, Ac. The highest price paid foi
Gold, Silver and Bank Notes.
JAMES G. GIBBES, GEO. HUGGINS,
Offico Plain street, Columbia, 8. C.
May 19 _gmo
?) CASKS GOLDEN SHERRY. Sold low
?j to dealers.
July 18 JNO. C. SEEGERS A CO.
t FRESH supplv o? Seegers' celebrated
V. Baltimore LAGER BEER.
June 29 JOHN C. 8EKGERS 4 CO