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A Northerner'* View of South Carolina. !
Mr. Lewis Cass Carpenter, of Wash?
ington, recently made a visit to South
Carolina. As his visit waa made in view
of the possibility of his becoming a re?
sident here, bis comments are of value,
inasmuch as he is a shrewd ind careful
.observer, and has traveled ontonsively.
The following are extracts from hie let?
ter to the Windham County (Conn.)
After a journey of upwards of 1,200
miles through a country rich in nil that
a bounteous nature can bestow upon it,
I find myself in tho famed capitol of tho
no leas famous old Palmetto State, South
Carolina. To say that Colombia is a
beautiful placo is but to repeat what has
already been written and re-written hun?
dreds of times, .and yet with all its ma?
terial beauty, its numerous ad vantages
of extensivo manufacturing power, its
beautiful and inviting agricultural re?
gions, it hos failed to induce that talent
and enterprise to its vicinity so necessary
to its development. There are, no doubt,
good and sufficient reasons for this state
of things, for this is the very heart aud
soul of what was marked out for a grcai
and powerful confederacy. Here are tc
be seen the ruins of what was expeotec
to be the capitol of that union. Th?
State House was in process of construe
tion when the wnr broko out, and to-da;
it stands almost os left by the workmei
.who dropped the adze, the saw and tin
trowel to shoulder tho musket, in whn
they deemed to be the defence of the!
homes and fire-sides. The building i
quite pretentious in its appearance, o
white marble, finished inside after tin
pattern of the capitol at Washington, (a
far as it was finished at all,) and had i
been completed after the original design
it would have been one of the most im
posing; as well as one of the. most sui:
stautial structures of the kind in tb
The people of the North never ca
realize the desolation and horror thc
overspread this entire country. House:
orops and stock were all destroyed, an
people rendered penniless in almost tb
"twinkling of an eye."
I believe the personal safety of indiv
duals is as great in South Carolina t<
day, or at least in the Northern portie
of it, as it is in most places. The on!
trouble to be apprehended is from tl
lawless class that infest all States; bi
the numbers are so small who make th
their business, that a few determine
men can hold every Ku Klux there migl
be in the community in perfect subje
tion. The well-disposed, law-abidii
portion, while they might not extend i
the social privileges to Northern imn
grants, would do nothing severer thi
to let them entirely alone.
There are great inducements to 1
found in every one of the Southe
States. Some have advantages th
others have not, but all of them posse
a kind of natural superiority over t
colder portions of the North, which,
itself, it seems to me, onght to indu
In New England, the farmer is force
by the severity of the climate, to produ
from his land in five months of the ye
what is to support him the other seve
while here tbe soil can be cultiv?t
evory month during tho year. All t
expensive out-buildings necessary to pi
teat his hard-earned crops from the sci
rity of the weather are all unneuessa
here. His stock can remain out tho e
tire year without the necessity of a da
He can grow everything here that
can grow in the North, with a fur grcn
certainty of success, on account of t
length of the season, while there i
many things indigenous to the soil, li
sweet potatoes, cotton, tobacco, figs, &
that cannot be produced in the more
gorons climate of Connecticut. I e
fine oats and wheat about Colomb
ready harvested. Cotton looks well
I am told by those familiar with its cu
vation; and will, unless some unforese
circumstance prevents, produce an a
rage crop; and tho sumo may be said
Corn is in a fine condition, j ?articula
in this State. I saw field after field
it containing many acres each, vhere
stalks were as bigh as my head. Fi
is in flne condition. Peaches are ab
dant where there are trees, while sn
fruits like str wherries, blackberr,
raspberries and wild plums are in prc
sion. I saw them on both sides of
railroad for miles and miles between <
lambie, and Charlotte, N. C., plc
hanging on the bushes by the bus]
and blackberries without limit.
Columbia possesses manufacturing ]
viloges or water power in abnndai
Hare is a chance for some energ
Northern man to make his fort?:
Everything necessary to construct
buildings is right at hand. The \
best of timbers, with materials for bri
making, and amount of labor at the 1
est possible rates. Land can be }
chased in quantities to suit buyer*
from three to thirty dollars per acre,
pending upon tbe improvements, loca?
Operatives can be bad here for almost
any kind of business, who, with a little
training, wonld be equal to any to be
fouud, and at wages that almost defy
competition, oven in Europe. I cannot
conceive why something of the kind has
not been inaugurated hero long since.
The Governor, Robert K. Scott, for?
merly of Ohio, but for several year? past
a resident of the State, I found alive to
the interests of tho Commonwealth and
anxious to assist in developing its re?
sources. The finances of the State, since
they oamo under his control, have been
put upon a good foundation, as is evi?
denced by tho fact that when ho assumed I
tho reins of government tho State bonds I
were worth about twenty-six cents, and
now they command from fifty-eight to
Tho other Stalo officers are also awake
to the necessity of making South Caro?
lina what she is capable of being, ono of
the first States in the American Union.
I am indebted to tho Governor's pri?
vate secretary, Mr. John Hoart, (un old
newspaperman, formerly Superintendent
of Publie Printing at Washington, and
also associate, editor of the Globe- when
such men as Prank P. Blair controlled
that organ,) for many kindnesses shown
und much valuable information given
The railroad communications between
the priucipnl places are very fair, but not |
The municipal authorities of Washing?
ton, D. C., are on the verge of trouble
with their colored constituency, who, it
seems, are not satisfied with the corpo?
ration patronage they have received,
but, like Oliver, are bawling for more,
and have become so clamorous that the
Mayor and other corporation officials
are not only sorely annoyed, but they
are somewhat puzzled as to the proper
course to pursue. The colored men Bay
th nt it was their votes that elected the j
present city government, and they inti?
mate that they will be satisfied with no?
thing less than the lion's share of the
Thomas Lovel, a radical, had a quarrel I
with Joseph ball, a conservative, at Blue j
Stone precinot in Tazewell County, on
election day, which, however, did not j
como to blows. Lovel went home, and
as Ball was passing by his house on his
way home, Lovel shot him with a shot?
gun, inflicting mortal wounds. Ball is a
Kentuckian by birth, and served gallant?
ly during the war in the Confederate
army. He is about thirty years of age,
and married, since the war, a highly-re?
spectable lady of Tazewell.
ANY one knowing tho whereabouts of my
little son, WILLIE FAREHON, about 12
years old, largo bluo eyes, light auburn hair,
some freckles on his face, who was decoyed
from homo in April last, will oblige his dis?
tressed mother, Mrs. C. A. KENNEDY, by ad
dj^ossine, her at Atlanta, Ga. July 15
Bacon and Flour.
2AAA POUNDS BACON.
.V/V/W BBL?. FLOUR, and other goods
as LOW as they CAN BE BOUGHT, by
FI8HER, LOWRANCE & FISHER.
"IN THIS SIGN I CONQUER/7
THE CROWNING GLORY OF MEDI?
CINE AND THE WONDER OF
THE WAVING BANNER OF HEALTH
OVER THE LAND.
A Great and Good Medicine.
THE NEW THEORY OF HEALTH.
THE LIFE of all Flesh is Blood-the Health
ofall Life ia Purity of Flesh-without Purity
of Blood no Flesh can he free from Disease,
HKINITSII'S QUEEN'S 1)101.1 C. UT
AN ANTIDOTE TO DISEASE.
Great American Alterative and Blood Pnrifier!
For the (hire of ali those Diseases which may be
traced to a vitiated condition cf the Blood.
Tho Theory is that Blood is the Life of all
Flesh, and if impure, thu Lifo of all Disease.
Life and Health is only to bo maintained by
the circulation of pure arterial blood.
Such as Scrofula, ithoumatiem, Hepatic Disor?
ders, Inflammation, Fevers, Liver Complaint,
Consomption, King'n Evil, Boils, Itching Hu?
mor of Skin, Carbuncle??, Erysipelas, Tet?
ter, Skin Diseases, Pimples, (toughness of
8kin, Blotches, Pain in Bones, Old Ulcers,
Syphilis and Syphilitic Moren, Indigestion,
Inflammation of Bladder and Kidneys, Pains
in Back, General Debility, and all complaints
arising from deficiency and povertv of Blood.
HEINITSH S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Is the Wonder of
No medicine baa attained such a world-wido
reputation as this justly celebrated compound.
Its extraordinary healing power? aro attested
to by thousands, and every mail is freighted
with lot tors boaring testimony to its excellent
character and worth as a medicine. Orders
aro coming in from all quarters, and all boar
nnmistakable evidence of its great popularity.
Bo sure and ask for
"IIEINITSIl'S QUEEX'S DELIGHT,"
And see that his nam? is on it.
Look out and avoid base imitations.
FISHER A UEINITSH, Wholesale Agents,
April 18J Coinmbis, 8. C.
?UMHER PEIl?LS-HOW TO ESCAPE
THEM.-It will not do to trifle with the health
in hot weather. Vigor oozes through the skin
at every pore, and it ?B by physical vigor only
that unhealthy influences can bo baffled and
repelled. The vital elements aro ovaporated
in perspiration. Intense heat converts a man
into a self-acting pump, and tho moisture that
is pumped out of him ia derived from tho well?
springs of Ufo within him. There ia a groat
need, therefore, that these sources of physical
strength should he in a condition to bear,
without danger or inconvenience, the extraor?
dinary drain. If tin y aro not in auch a condi?
tion, tho iudividunl becomes languid and low
Tho main thing ia to keep the digestivo ap?
paratus in good working trim; for if tho eto
maoh, tho purveyor of the system, does its
duty thoroughly, tho hvor, tho bowels, the
brain, and the nervous, system, being duly
nurtured, will be likely to do theirs. In view
of theso facts, it is manifest that a powerful
and who) eeo mo vego table tonio liku IIOSTET
TER'S STOMACH HITTERS is especially re?
quired at thia enfeebling season. It is tho most
admirable of all correctives and invigorants,
and for this reason-it docu not over-stimulate,
tho system. The proportions of aperient, tonic
and dtinmluting components are so judiciously
graduated, that the processes of invigoration
? and purification go on simultaneously, and no
undue excitement ia created in tho circulation
or tho brain. All unmedicated stimulants,
however pure, excite tho pulse and thencrvous
I system. Their exhilarating effect is temporary,
and whon it passes off, tho physical and men
1 tal depression they wert? emplovod to remove
I returns in an aggravated form. lint this is not
the case when HOSTETTER'S HITTERS are
taken as a Btomachic and nervino. The medi?
cinal herbs, roots and gums with which they
are impregnated neutraliz? tho exciting prin?
ciple cf tho rye Bpirit. which formB their basie,
and which is, in itself, the moa'? wholesome of
all the varieties of alcohol. July 16 t6
Dutohei'i Lightning Fly-Killer I
Death to tho Living ! Long live tho Killers!
Sold by Dealers Everywhere !
June 30 ||TTlmo_
jay PHILOSOPH Y OF MARRIAGE.-A
NEW COUB8B OF LECTUUES, as delivered at the
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the
subjects: How to Live and What to Livo for;
louth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gene?
rally Reviewed; The Causo of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, Ac.
These lectures will he forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatomy, 74 West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. May C ly
THE MARRIAGE RING.-Essays on thc
Errors of Youth and Follies of ?ge in regard
to Social Evils, with certain help for the erring
and unfortunate. Sent in sealed letter enve?
lopes, free of charge. AddreBs HOWARD AS?
SOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
May 22 8mo
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, July 1, I860.
IN pursuance of a resolution of the City
Council, an olection for City Surveyor will
bu held in tho Council Chamber on the 20th
instant. Applicants for the office will send in
their applications at this office, on or before
that date. J. 8. Mc MAHON, Citv Clerk.
July 10 _?)
Fulton Market Beef.
PICKLED Ox Tongues and Sugar-cured
Breakfast Strips. For sale bv
June 13 E. it G."D. HOPE.
Good ! Better ! ! Best ! ! !
READER, if you want tho best HAM in
market, try one ol Thomas <fc Co.'a Ken?
tucky Hams, sold onlv bv
May 31 * J. ?fe T. R. AGNEW.
A BOXES "Rose Hud," very One,
?\J 2 " "Navy,"
10 *' Common, low price.
April 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS
1PIPE PURE SCHIEDAM GIN, direct from
the Custom House.
Juno 27 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
5BBL8. Pure Cider VINEGAR,
5 bbls. Pure White Wino Vinegar.
For aalo low by tho barrel and at retail, by
June ll J. .t. T. R AGNEW.
JUST received a consignment of the follow?
ing dioico brands:
LAC D'OR. C. Heidsick and Creme do Boozy.
For salo low t.: close. Otto. HYMMERH.
fcC/"VRANGE" Brand HAMS, best in market,
v/ Pure Leaf Lard.
Fulton Market Beef, Scaled Herrings.
Pickled Salmon, Smoked Tongues, Ac
For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
Solace and Virginia Leaf.
f\ GROSS SOLACE,
\J 2 " Virginia Leaf-fresh from tho Fac?
tory, for aale at the Alo and Lager Beer Dopot.
April 20 JOHN 0. 8EEG?RH.
4DOZEN INDIA RUBBER SCRUDBEB8.
4 dozon Clamp Scrubbing Brushes.
4 dozen Hand Scrubbing Brushes.
Just rocoived and for sale low bv
Jone 26 T:_u-'^PJ^EWt
SWEDES IRON, li, li, 2, 2?, 3, 8J, 5, 6, 7,
Band iron, English Iron, Hoop Iron.
2,000 Hoes, of all kinds.
200 Pairs Traco Chains.
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Tin Foil Chewing Tobacco.
"I f\ GROSS SOLACE,
X" J 10 Krona Yellow Dark,
Freeh from the Factory. For sale, whole
aalo and retail, at JOHN C. SEKOEBS'
Juno 27 Ale and Laffer Boer Depot^
SOME r* alera in thiB city have boen in doubt
that 1 could hold out supplying them with
Boer thia summer. I now iuform tho public
that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which 1 put against any Beer brought
from tho North, or oven imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
tu test it by the Detr scale.
.Time IS JOHN C. BEEPERS.
fBBBjt DB. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for tho
Q^?ExVlib?ra] natronago ho has received from
the citizens of this city and tho snrrounding
District, during tho past year, respectfully an?
nounces that ho now permanently establishes
himself iu Colnmbia. All operations on tho
natural Tooth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL CASES, in every approved method,
carefully and satisfactorily oxocuted-among
which ho would call special attontion to that
known as Reynolds' Patent; and of his sno
coas in constructing Artificial Canes by this
beautiful and durable process, he is enabled,
with confidence, to refer to his patients and to
the patentee. Ofllco on Main street, over First
National Bank. Jan 8
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500,000.
DEPOSITS OF $1 & UPWARDS RECEIVED.
XNTEREST at the rato of Six per cent, per
annum, (tho rato paid by most Savings
Banks is from Three per cent, to Five percent,
only,) allowed on deposits, and payablo in
January and July of each year, or addod to
principal, and interest compounded, at option
of tho depositor.
Principal and Interest, or any part thereof,
may be withdrawn at any time-tho Bank re?
serving the right to demand the usual notice,
to wit: Fourteen days if tho amount is under
?1,000; twenty days il over $1,000 and under
?5.000, or thirty days if over $5,000. Tho of?
ficers may, however, in their discretion, and in
most instances will, pay without such notice.
In order to pay interest to depositors, the
Bank must invest its funds; and tho object of
the notico is to give it time to realizo, when
necessary, upon its investments. Whou do
sirod, special intcreat bearing certificates will
bo given, payable at a designated time.
The Capital of tho Bank nae been paid in
and has been invested by tho Direotors in re?
EXECUTIVE DET ARTSIEST,
March 1, 18G9.
I hereby certify that tho Citizens' Havings
Bank of South Carolina have furnished me
willi satisfactory evidence that tho Capital of
said Bank bas been paid in, aa required by
tho Act of incorporation, ratified February
(Signed) J. L. NEAGLE.
Comptroller-General S. C.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may here deposit their sav
lugs and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
liant ern, Professional Mon and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to sot apart small
snms for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoBe deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
anide funds for futuro use, are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly acci mutate, and. at
the same time, be subje d to withdrawal when
Gen. Wade Hampton, President.
Col. John B. Palmor, vice-President.
I'liomau E. Gregg, Cashier.
John O. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier,
Col F. W. McMaster, Col. B. H. Rutledge,
Messrs. Fair, Pope & Pope.
Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia.
Col. F. W. McMaster, Columbia.
Col. A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
Col. J. P. Thomee, Columbi?.
<!ol. J. I!. Palmer, Cole.mbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Esq., Columbia.
Dr. E. H. Heinitsb, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Esq , Marion.
G. T. Scott, Esq., Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Esq., Newberry.
Col. B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daidel Ravonel, Jr., Esq., Charleston.
John B. Palmer, J. P. Thoma*.
G. T. Scott, A. C. Haskell,
J. Eli Gregg.
[Extract*from By-Lavct and Cliarter.\
The Finance Committee shall have power to
examine the officers, books and papers of said
Bank, and to verify the statemouts of said of?
ficers and said books and papers, by taking an
invontory of thu assets and liabilities of tho
Bank ; and tho said Committee shall make nt
leat?t quarterly reports of the results of their
investigation to tho Board of Directors. *
* ? The Cashier shall, on each Tnos
day, roport, in writing, to thu President tho
business transacted of the foregoing week.
? ? ? And he shall exhibit, at the
regular meetings of the Directors, tho Bank's
book or books, and have prepared, from his
books, a complete balance sheot, together
with a statement showing bis receipts and ex?
penditures. * . * The Cashier,
Assistant Cashiers and Tellers shall be re?
quired to give satisfactory bonds for the faith?
ful performance of their respective duties;
and said bonds, beforo their acceptance by tho
President, must be approved by one of tho
Solicitors of tho Bank, and by tho Financo
Committee. * * * No Director or
officer of said corporation shall borrow or UHO
any portion of the funds thereof; bo surety
for loans to others, or in any manner, directly
or indirectly, bo an obligor for money bor?
rowed of or loaned by tho corporation. *
* * No loan of money shall be made
by said corporation to any stockholder owning
I moro than four shares therein. July 20
New York Advertisements.
AFORTUNE IN ANY STATE.-llighta
for Hale-New pntent article for every
foniale. Sample $2. AddresB INVENTOR, P.
O. Box 2.438. Now York._
WANTED-LADY AGENTS, in every
Town and Village, to eel! what every
lady will purchase at Bight. Address Miss
WILLIAMS. 139 Fnlton st., N. Y^_
FOR LADIES ONLY-For an article
having a remarkable salo, address Mrs.
MORGAN, 13? Fulton street, New York.
July 10 _ Imo*
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
-w THIS NEW and Commodious
aT?*i HODSE, located corner Broad?
way and Forty-second street,
"New York, possesses advan?
tage* over all other houses, for tho accommo?
dation of its guests, lt waa built expressly for
a first-class family boarding house-tho rooms
being large and en suite, heated by steam
with hot and cold water, and furnished second
to none; while tho culinary department ls in
tho most experienced hands, affording guoBtB
an unequalled tablo. One of Atwood's Patent
Elovatois is also among tho 'modern improve?
ments' and at tho aorvico of guests atall hours.
Tho Broadway and University Place Cars pass
tho door every four minutes, funning from tho
City H?lito Central Park, while tho Sixth and
Seventh Avenue lines aro but a short block on
either side, affording ample facilities for com.
mnnicating with all depots, steamboat land?
ings, places of amusement and business of tho
great metropolis. MORE & HOLLEY,
March 19 (Imo Proprietors.
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agents,
OFFER their services to the public SB GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
charges until Balen are effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19_WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
The Beynolds Patent Plow.
HAVING made arrangements with Mesara.
Wm. Glaze a. Co. for the manufacture and
exclusivo Balo of thia juatly celebrated PLOW, ;
we are prepared to offer thom to the country j
on good terms. Good toola will always bo found
a good investment.
Feb 28 FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
THE reputation this
excellent medicine en?
joys, is derived from its
] cn rcs, many of which
aro truly marvellous;
inveterate cases of Scro?
fulous Disease, where
the system seemed sat?
urated with corruption,
|h have been purified and
cured hy it. Scrofulous
at?i ?tions and disorder*
which were aggravated by the scrofulous con?
tamination until they were painfully afflicting,
have been radically cured in such great num?
bera in aimait every section of the country,
that the public scarcely need to be informed of
I its virtues or uses.
Scrofulous poison is one of tbe most destruc?
tive enemies of our race. Often, th?H unseen
and unfelt tenant of tho organism undermines
the constitntion, and invites the attack of en?
feebling cr fatal diseases, without exciting a
suspicion of its presence. Again, it seems to
breed infection throughout the body and then,
on some favorable occasion, rapidly develop
into one or other of its hideous forms, either
on the surface or among the vitals. In tho
latter, tubercles may bo suddenly deposited in
the lungs or heart, or tumors formed in the
livor, or it shows its presence hy eruptions on
tho skin, or foul ulcerations on some part of
the body. Hence the occasional u?e?>f a bottle
of this SARSAPARILLA ia advisable, even
when no active symptoms of disease appear.
Persons afflicted with the following complaints
generativ find immediate relief, and at length
cure, by "the use or this SA RSA PA HIL LA : S'.
Anthony's Fire, Hone or Erysipelas, Titler. Soil
Rheum, Scn'ii ?lead, Ringivorm, Sore Eyes,
Sure Ears ai., tither eruptions or visible forms
of Scrofulous disease. Also, in tho moro con?
cealed forms, as Dyspipsia, Dropsy, ?h art Dis?
ease. Fits. Epilepsy, Neuralgia and thc various
Ulcerous affections of the lunacnlar and nerv?
Syphilis ot Venereal and Mercurial Diseases
are cured by it, though along time is required
for subduirg these obstinate maladies by any
medicine. But long continued OHO ol this me?
dicine will cure the complaint. Tseucorrhata <>r
Whites, Uterine Ulcerations, and Fimale Dis
eases, are commonly soon relieved und ulti?
mately cured by its purifying and invigorating
effect." Minute directions in each case are found
in our Almanac, supplied gratis. Rheumatism
and (font, when caused by accumulations of
extraneous mattera in the blood, yield quickly
to it, as also Liver Complaints, Torpidity, Con?
gestion or Inflammation ot the Liver and Jaun?
dice, when arising, as they often do, from the
r inkling poisons in tho blood. This SAItSA
I ARILLA is a great restorer for tho strength,
?vnd vigor of the syatem. Those who are Lan?
guid and Listless, Despondent, Sleepless and
troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or Fears,
or any of the affections symptomatic of Weak?
ness, will find immediate relie, ?nd convincing
< videnco of its restorative power upon trial.
Dr. ' . AYER & CO., Lowell, Maas.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
April 2 truno
OROM9 Wine Bottles, for sale hy
Feb 14 E. A G. D. HOPE.
THE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COM?
PANY will iiiBiire fl,OOO, at the following
Age 25-#14 50.
" 30- 16 65.
" 85- 10.40.
" 40- 23.30.
" 45- 28 85.
" 50- 36 C5.
All Other companies charge 40 to 50 per cent,
more. Before you insure, examine Tor your?
selves. E. H. HEINITSH,
j Feb 2T Agent for Sooth Carolina.
I Batter! Batter!!
"I (\ TUBS CHOICE MAY BUTTER, ft 50
JL\J cents per pound bv retail, just reub'ed
and for aale by j. ?V T. R. AGNEW.
STOIJL, IV IO Bli & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEY GOODS,
287 I I 980
Domestic Storo. I KINO BT? | Lace 8torc.
Fob 27 CHARLESTON. 8. 0. _ly
SOUTH CAROLINA STATS
Agricultural and Mechanical Magazine.
( Official Ornan of thc South Carolina Slate Ag?
ricultural and Mechanical Society. )
AT nn early date, tho subscribers will pub?
lish tho first number of a Monthly Maga?
zine, devoted to thc development of tho mate?
rial interests of this State, and the whole
South; and will distribute 5,000 copies gratuit?
ously, HO that every ono may see what it is bo
foro subscribing. They intend to make it tho
best nnd.bandsomest industrial magazine ever
published at tho South, and they ask tho cor?
dial co-oporation of every good citizen in this
enterprise, which must redound to the public
welfare Persons wishing copies of tho first
number, will please send their address to
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
May 9 12_Charleston. 8. C.
J. N. ROBSON, Commission Merchant,
NOS. 1 AND ? ATLANTIC WHARP,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING ample means for advancos, a busi?
ness oxporionco of twenty years, and
confining himself strictly to a COMMISSION
BUSINESS, without operating on his own ac?
count, respectfully solicits consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, etc.
Shippers of Produco to him may, at their
option, have their consignments sold either in
Charleston or New York; thus having tho ad?
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
Bishop W. M. Wightman, S. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte N. C. ; Rev. T. O. Bummers,
Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Ga.;
Messrs. George W. Williams A Co., Charles?
ton, 8. G.; Messrs. Williams, Taylor A Co.,
New York. April 28 fly
SILVER and TEATED WARE, SPECTA?
CLES AND EYE GLASSES, in great variety,
with tho host'quality o? PERISCOPIO LEN?
SES, which are adapted with great care.
WATCHES AMD JEWELRY repaired.
Cameos, Diamonds and Precious Stonce
mounted to order. JAMES AL.L.AN,
307 King street, Charleston, S. C.
April 21 . t3ra
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND Alt DISEASE! Of Tilt
STOMACH AND LIVER
Tiirv ASS nr.covMENnr.D ar rna
Ts/L EDIC W I_. PACUI.TV.
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AOEXTS, SEW roux.
Manufactnred by C. F. PANKNIN,
CHEMIST A1TD APOTHECARY,
O H A rt 1. 13 K T O N, 8. C.
tXSTor Sal? by J>rttua*^*' Every inhere."?*
Feb 5 fly
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to
. 12 Rooms,
2. 7 2d Claas City Residences, C to 10 Rooms,
8. 6 3d Class " " 3 to 0 "
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parti" of the city,
fi. 3 Largo Lots in Waverley,
7. 14 Tracts Lund, within 3 miloo of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1,000,
8. Tb? Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres,
9. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, om ot the.best
cotton and stock plantations in the country,
10. 9 Other Plantations in Richland- K?OUOO'.
them very desirablo,
11. 10,000 aeres in Kdgefleld-esteral tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate uni
14. 2,500 aeres Farming Lands In Fairfield,
15. 1,700 acres near Greenvill Court 4lonse,
10. 0,000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2.000 " in Kerahaw,
18.1,000 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 pbvee,
19. 210 " in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fino Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purchase or toil property
will lind it to their interest to consult us. We
have correspondents in Now York,Philadelphia
and Baltimore, tn which points wo constantly
send descriptive lists of property for aa>e>.
March G GIBBES A THOMAS.
Batter and Cheese
1 f\ TUBS Choico GOSHEN BUTTER,
?1/ 20 Boxes Prime CHEESE.
Just received by steamer and for si?ifl by
April 27 J. A T. II. AGNEWS.