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Pinn after nLcnglhy Confinement.
Tho Iciest Ea top eau papers don tain
what appears to bo rather lo?se details of
the recent release of the nun at Cracow,
in Polish Austria, in oonneotion with
which, it will be remembered, there were
tumults and exoiting demonstrations, as
lately reported in the Atlantic cable de
Satone*. From these reporta it i8 learn
that the nam? ol the nun waa Barbara
Ubryk, and the extraordinary statement
is made that she had been incarcerated
twenty-one years, though the accounts
imply also that she is insane. All the re?
ports appear with more or leas coloring.
A Vienna paper furnishes tho following
"On Tuesday, the 20th nit, an anony?
mous letter,.in a woman's hand-writing,
reached the Criminal Court at Cracow, to
the effect that in the convent of the
Carmelite bare-footed nuns, one of the
order, named Barbara Ubyrk, had been
forcibly kept in close confinement in a
dark cell for twenty-one years. The
vice-president of the Criminal Court,
Bitter Yon Antoniewicz, immediately
laid this information before a judge of
enquiry, who, in company with the pub
Ho prosecutor, repaired to the Bishop
Von Galecki, with the request to permit
them to enter the convent, which was
granted. A judge visited the convent
and found in a cell a half-naked, half-in?
sane woman, who, at the unaccustomed
view of light, the outer world, and hu?
man beings, folded her hands and im?
plored: 'I am hungry, have pity on me;
give me meat (fleisch) and I shall be obe?
dient.'' There was very little in the cell.
The judge instantly ordered the nun to
be olothed, and went himself for Bishop
Graleoki. The bishop was deeply moved,
and, turning to the assembled nans, he
vehemently reproached them for their
inhumanity. 'Is this,' he said, 'what
you call love of your neighbor? Is it
thus that you propose to enter the king?
dom of Heaven?' The nuns ventured to
excuse their conduot, but the bishop
would not . hear them. 'Silence,1 he ex?
claimed, 'away, out of my sight.'
"Thc father confessor, Piankiewicz, an
old priest, who was present, dared to ob?
serve that the ecclesiastical authorities
were aware of this scandal, whereupon
the bishop denied his assortier:, and at
once suspended the father confessor, and
also the superioress, who is descended
from an old honorable Polish noble fami?
ly. The bishop ordered nun Barbara
Ubryk to be brought, into a clean cell,
and there to be dressed and nursed,
which the lady superior obeyed very re?
luctantly. When the unhappy nun was
led away, she asked anxiously whether
she would he brought back to her grave,
and when asked Why she had been im?
prisoned, she answered: 'I have broken
the vow of chastity, but,' pointing with
a fearfully'wild gesture, and in great ex?
citement to the sisters, 'they are not
angels.' The ladysuporior declared that
Barbara Ubryk waa kept in close con?
finement since 1648 by order of the phy?
sician, because of ber unsound mind.
On : account of tho importance of the
case, the Attorney General has taken the
matter, in. hand. The exasperation of
the people knows no bounds. It is stated
that the bishop intends to dissolve the
The London Times, commenting on
the case, thinks that the declaration of
the nun iu regard to her broken vow
may have been the effect of her mad
A Vienna correspondent of one of the
London journals f urniahes the following
in regara to the tumult that followed the
release of tho nun Barbara Ubryk:
/'The,knowledge of the affair began to
spread abroad, and create a sensation
throughout tqe whole town. On Friday
morning, hundreds of people had assem?
bled before the convent, smashed all the
windows, and crying 'Away with the
nunBP,had already broken into the inte?
rior, when a body of soldiers arrived in
time to protect thom. On Saturday, the
same thing was repeated, in spite of ad?
jurations pf the papers to the people to
wait calmly. By the evening, two de-,
taohmeute of soldiers had been . called i
out-for the mob, which had swelled to
4.000 people, after doiug what more mis?
chief it could to the Carmelite convent,
weut off to attack that of the Jesuits and
that of tho Franciscans. It was a criti?
cal hour for the whole monastio orders
of Cracow. Tho Jesuit rector was in?
sulted, many Jesuits wounded with
stones, and every pane of glass in tho
monastio house waa brokeu to pieces.
Por these manifestations of their indig?
nation, au immense- number of peoplo
have been arrested, but a large petition
has been sent up to the Town Council to
remove tho Jesuits and Carmelites out of
"Far into Sunday morning, the.dis?
turbances were still goiug on. Later in
tho day, the Lady Superior and h or as?
sistant were takeu uudor a military escort
to be kept in ward, in order to appeaso
the people. Soldiers, however, still pa?
trol the town."
A physician walking out with a friend
of his said to him, "Let us avoid that
pretty little woman you seo thero on tho
loft. She knows mc, and casts on me
looks of indignation. I attended her
husband." "Ah! I seo; yon had tho
misfortune to despatch him." "Un tho
contrary," repliai! tho doctor, "I saved
A party ha? sprang np in Tennessee,
-vb i eli proposes to r?pudi?t o the 20,000,
OOO Stato debt contracted under the
Brownlow administration. Emerson
Etheridge is a warm supporter of this
Six mammoth ice-houses, at Crystal
Lake, forty miles North of Chicago,
were entirely destroyed by fire on
Gov. Scott is in Philadelphia, and the
Inquirer, of that city, compliments him
for* many things which he did not do.
SPECIAL, NOTICE.-To parties in want of
Doors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to the ad?
vertisement of P. P. Toalo, the large manu?
facturer bf thoso goods in Charleston. Price
list furnia hod on application. Jnly 17 9mo
THE CONDITIONS OF HEALTH-It is
idle to expeot health if the precautions neces?
sary to seenro it are neglected. The human
organization is a delicate piece of mechanism,
and requires as much intelligent care and
watchfulness to koop it in order, as aro re?
quisito in tho management of the most com?
plicated combination of levers, wheels and
At this season of tho year the body is pecu?
liarly sensitive, because it is greatly weakened
and relaxed by tho continuous heat. Tho skin,
in summer, with its millions of peres wido
open, ?B a very different sort of tegument from
tho compact fibrous covering which it becomes
under tho action of the winter's cold. Tho
muscles, too, are comparatively flaccid, the
nerve? tremulous, tho blood poor, and tho
wholo frame less capablo of enduring fatigue
and resisting disease, than in cool weather.
These indications of a depressed condition of
tho vital forces aro so roany unmistakable
hints that naturo needs reinforcing.
Ordinary stimulants will not effect this ob?
ject. They inflame and excite, but do not
strengthen. Thc only preparation which can
bo depended upon to impart st annual vigor to
the system, and enable it to enduro tho ordeal
of tho heated term without giving wav under
thopreseure, is HOSTETTER'8 STOMACH
BITTERS, a tonio and correctivo so pure, so
harmless, so utterly free from the drawbacks
which render many of t ho powerful astringents
employed in medical practico moro dangerous
than the ailments they aro employed to euro,
that it may be administered without fear to
the feeblest foniale invalid,or the moBt delicate
child. Tho cathartic and alterative vegetable
ingredients, which are combined with thoso
of a tonio naturo in its composition, koop the
bowels moderately free and perfectly regular,
while the work of invigoration is going on.
Tho finest blood depnrents which the herbal
kingdom affords arc also among its compo?
nents, so that it recruits, purifies and regu?
lates the system simultaneously. Aug 1 t7
THE MARltlAOE HING-Essays on the
Errors of Youth and Follies of Age in regard
to Social Evils, with certain help for the erring
and unfortunate. Sent in eealed letter enve?
lopes, free of charge. Address HOWARD AS?
SOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
49*PHILOSOPHY OF MARH1 AGE.-A
NEW CounsB OF LECTURES, as delivered at the
New York Mnseum of Anatomy, embracing thc
subjeots: How to Live and What to Live for;
Youth, Maturity and Old Ago; Manhood Gene?
rally Reviewed; The Cause of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, ?c., Ac.
These lectures will be forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatomy, 74 West Baltimore street,
Baltimore. Md._May 6 ly
' A Card-Southern L.1?C lniorunte Com?
pany, Atlanta Department.
To Ute People of South Carolina :
The above Company was organized in 1866,
in consequence of the wholesale forfeiture of
Southern policies by Northern companies. The
unparalleled success of the enterprise has
forced several of these companies to restore
their Southern policies, from the fact that they
could not operate in our midst without the ap?
pearance of honesty.
We keep all our money at home to build up
our impoverished country-every dollar of
premium being safely invested in the State
from which it ?B derived. The institution is
purely Southorn, and hence should appeal
with great force to the patriotism and sympa?
thy of every Southern heart.
'Tis not our purpose to make war on other
companies, but to exhibit tho special advan?
tages offered by this purely Southern Compa?
ny-founded on patriotism and solid wealth.
Ita ratio of assets to liabilities-the true test
of a company's strength, is second to nono on
this continent-being nearly 300 to 100.
Whenever and wherever we have presented
the claims of this Company, it has not only
enlisted tho sympathies of our people, but has
also secured their hearty co-operation. We
have socurcd 500 policies in Soxth Carolina
since the 10th of February. Wo number
among our Diroctore Gen. Wado Hampton and
Col. Wm. Johnston, gentlemen well known to
every citizen of South Carolina. Wo appeal
personally to tho people of South Carolina to
assist in pushing forward this deservedly
popular Southern institution.
J. H. MILLER.
General Agnnt Southern Life Insurance Co.
B. W. LAWTON, Stato Agent.
Wc cheerfully recommend tho above Compa?
ny to tho patronage of tho citizens of South
Columbia, S. C.-J. S. Preston, J. P. Carroll,
C. D. Melton, S. W. Melton, J. D. Pope.
Camden.-J. B. Kershaw, SVra. M. Shannon,
W. E; Johnson.
Sumter.-John B. Mooro.
Wir.nsboro.-W. R. Robertson, J. B. Mc
Cants, James H. Rion.
Yorkville-W. B. Wilson, A. Coward, JamcB
Mason, I. D. Witherspoon. J. R. Bratton, J.
T. Lowry. R. G. McCaw.
Anderson.-J. L. Orr.
Barnwell-Jos A. Lawton, James Pattorson,
Johnson Hagood. July 23 2mos
6DOZ. SMOKED BEEF TONGUES, just re
rocoived and for salo bv
Aug 1 tr, 4 T. R. AGNEW.
Fire Insurance Co.,
Incorporated 1810-Cn arter Perpetual.
GEO. HUGGINS, Agent,
COLUMBIA, s. c.
CAPITAL, - - ' '- . $3.000,000.
THIS Company received premiums upon
fire risks in the United Statea from July 1,
18G8, to July 1,18G9, amounting to $3,487,525.
06. It paid loeaoa during tho same period
amounting to $1,G22,000. Thin giant office
moro than keeps pace with the growth of tho
general Fire Inanrance business of the coun?
try. 1. J .hing nba ko H it from ita pre-eminence.
Last year its premiums received were double
tho total received in 1863; and the ratio of losa
to premiums received leas than any year's ra?
tio of the Company's previous half century of
Tho ETNA'S surplus ia now nearly equal to
its capital, which, with ordinary auoceaa, will
make it $6,000,000.
Ita present management baa never been sur?
passed in ability throughout the Company's
nistorv of fifty years.
Risks taken by GEO. H?GGIN8, Agent.
Office No. 2 Columbia Hotel Building, Co?
lumbia, S. C.__Aug 12 2mo
/Tl T 1ST JOk.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ASSETS, JANUARY, 18*9, $10,402,531.75.
THE iETNA ranks as ono of tho first Com?
panies of tho Continent. But two of the
fifty-eight Companies permitted to do busi?
ness in New York and Massachusetts bad ao
large an income for the voar 1868; but two bad
so large a number of policies in force ; but one
among all those incorporated under tho lawB
of the State of New York had so small a per
centage of expenso to incomo during tho year
Us Annual Income is over $6,000;000.
It han over 40,000 existing Policies.
Its expenses are lowor than most Compa?
nies, and consequently its ability to mako and
pay liberal dividends lo the insured is greater
than that of mo t Conipanice.
It is one of the prent Companies of the land
IN INCOME, IN ASSETS.
IN NUMBER OF POLICIES,
IN AMOUNT INSURED,
IN SOLIDITY AND.STRENGTH,
E. A. Bulkeley, President; Austin Dunham,
Vice President; T. O. Enders, Secrotary; H.
NV. St. John, Actuarv.
lt. E. NICHOLS .t CO.,
Aug 10 6 General Agenta, Columbia, S. C.
Agricultural and mechanical State Fair.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLL* M in A , August 9, 1869.
IN pursuance with a resolution of the City
Council, a subscription Hat will be opened
at this office, to aid and assist in the erection
of the necessary buildings required for the
Agricultural and Mechanical State Fair.
Aug 10 J. 8. McMAHON, City Clerk.
RAA BUSHELS PRIME BREAD CORN,
?j\J\J just received and for sale by
Aug 1_J. St T. B. AGNEW.
Tobacco ! Tobacco !!
rr(\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
I \ J figures.
30 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxea Extra Rook City Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tobaoco.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
July 20_ JOHN C. SEEGERS.
TINNED and Enameled Preserving KET?
TLES, for sale low, by
_FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
UABANTEED correct, at manufacturers'
\JC prices and freight, by
FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Nickerson House Hotel,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
_>J?-^\ THE undersigned having
jBSSjWff^Sr RENEWED his leaso upou the
abovoPOPULAR HOUSE, will endeavor to
make it ono of the most agreeable Hotels in
the South. A call is solicited.
JW rree Omnibus to and from tho Hotel.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
July 9 3nio _ Proprietor.
AFU LL assortment on h and, MILL STONES
and IRONS, purchased at low ratea, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER
I DOZEN INDIA RUBBER SCRUBBERS.
fc 4 dozen Clamp Scrubbing Brushes.
4 dozen Hand Scrubbing Brushes.
Just received and for sale low bv
Juno 26_J. fe T. R.* AGNEW.
Fulton Market Beef.
PICKLED Ox Tonguca and Sugar-cured
Breakfast Strips. For aale by
Juno 13_E. A G. D. HOPE.
* FIRKINS CHOICE OOSHEN BUTTER
J just received and for salo by
Aug 1_J. fe T. R. AGNEW.
Okra and Tomato Soup,
FOR LUNCH, every day, at the Pollock
The Reynolds Patent Plow.
HAVING made arrangements with Messrs.
Wm. Glazo A Co. for tho mannfactnre and
oxcluaive sale of this Justly celebrated PLOW,
wo aro prepared to offer them to the eountry
on good terms. Good tools will alway a be fonnd
a good investment.
Feb 28 FISHER. LOWRANCE A FI8HER.
1 r\f \ POUNDS FRUITS AND FLOW
100 pounds Commonwealth,
Just received, and a pure article, for salo at
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
July 20 Ale and Lager Beer Depot.
City of Colombia Bonds.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, August 12, 1869.
ALL over-duo Bonds, Coupons sad Interest,
and all Bonds issued since 1st January,
1867, boaring six per con '. interest, of the city
of Columbia, will be converted into seven per
cent. Bonds, on application at this office, in
conformity with a resolution of the City Conn?
ell, j. s. MCMAHON,
Aug 13_City Clerk.
First of the Season.
pr /"V BAGS NEW FLOUR, from tho Excel
tlW Bior Mills, Augusta, warranted first
quality. For s> 1 by E. A. G. D. HOPE.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK
10 caBes Italian Macoaroni,
Young America and Cutting
Frosh Country Butter,
Primo Leaf Lard,
Extra Family Flonr-in bags and barrels,
Seeker's Sclf-Raising Flour,
aker's Chocolate and Cocoa,
Superior Cider and White Wine Vinegar,
Java, Laguara and Rio Coffees,
Orango Sugar-cured Hams,
Breakfast Bacon and Country Cured Hams,
Jeffreys' and McEwen's Scotch Ales,
Barclay & Perkins' London Porter,
Catawba Wine and Champagne,
Heidsiek Champagne and Claret,
All fresh, and for sale low by
Jnno 4_E. & G. D. HOPE,
Sights and Sensations
IN FRANCE, GERMANY, Ac. $1.50.
Hilt to Hilt, by Surry, of Eaglo's Nest, $1.50.
Five Acres Too Much, by Rooseveldt, a very
pleasant and instructive book, (1.50.
How Crops Grow, for all agriculturalists, by
Professor Johnson, $1.50.
Old Town Folks, a novol, by Mrs. Stowe, $2.
The Wedding Day in all Ages and Countries.
Stretton, a novel, by Kingsley, 40 cents.
The Yilla on tho Rhine, by Auerbach.
Ho Knew He was Right, by Trollope.
The Malay Archipelago, its Inhabitants and
Animals, finely illustrated, full of information.
European Vineyards, by Flagg, $1.60.
Liddons' Bampton Lectures, London.
Tho Virginians, The Ncwcomes, cheap edi?
tions Thackeray's works and other new books.
For -ale at BRYAN & McCARTER'S
Juno 30_._ Bookstore.
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I conld hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform the public
that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which 1 put against any Beer brought
from tho North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it bv the Beer seato.
June 13 '_JOHN" C. SEEGERS.
3FL es ta u ran "t ,
191 Maiu etreet, Columbia, S. C.
jasnoH xooTioa aHi
GEORGE PAGE & 00.,
Ko. 5 M. S cu roller Street, Baltimore, Md.
MANUFACTURERS OF PAGE'S IM?
PROVED PATENT PORT ABLE CIRCU?
LAR SAW MILLS, Stationary and Portable
Steam Engines and Boilers, Grist Mills, Shin
Sle Machines, Lath and Slab Machinery, Saw
Ummers, Horse Powers, Shafting, Follies,
Ac. Dealers in Circular Saws and Mill sup?
plies generally, and Manufacturer*' Agents
for every description of wood-working ma?
chinery. Our Independent and Simultaneous
Head-blocks, patented Dscembar IS, 1868, and
improved Friction Feed, patented July 13,
1869, in addition to previous patents, make
our Saw Mills stand unrivaled. Estimates and
: plans furnished, and contracts entered into
for the erection of Circular, Gang Millay or
Sash Mills. Correspondence solicited, and
Catalogues furnished, on application, by mail
I or otherwise. July 30 ly
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
THE Proprietors take pleasure in announc?
ing this elegantly-furnished Establishment
I now open for the accommodation of guests,
j Tho table will always be supplied with every
delicacy of tho season-both from tho New
York and Charleston markets, and no efforts
will be .spared to give perfect satisfaction, in
every respect, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH
in the refectory every day from ll until 12$.
WM. GORMAN, I PnopniETolls
H. H. BADENHOP, ( T?TirETorts.
Jo3. DASIKL POPE. A. O. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS I1V K(U ITV,
Office-Law Range, Columbia, S. C. May 5
Fresh Country and Mountain BUTTER,
Pink-Eve and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoos,
Fine Goshen CHEESE, at G. DIERCKS,
Jan 2?_At tho Sign of the Watch.
SWEDES IRON, IA, li, 2, 2*. 3, 3J, 5, 6, 7,
Band Iron, English Iron, noop Iron.
2,000 Does, of all kinds.
200 Pairs Trace Chains.
FISHER, LOWRANCE fe FISHER.
Bacon and Flonr.
2r\r\ri POUNDS BACON.
. UUU BBLH. FLOUR, and other goods
as LOW as thev CAN BE BOUGHT, bv
FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
FUMIGATING PASTILLES, for tho de?
struction of Mosquitoes, Flies, and other
insects which annoy and disturb quiet sleep.
A great blessing to sleepers. For salo by
July 14 FISHER <* HEINITFH, Druggists.
DR. IV. II. Tl I T S
SARSAPARILLA ANO QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vogetablo Liver Tills,
Improvod Hair Dyo, For sale by
Feb 27 ly E. E. JACKSON.
PIPE PURE SCHIEDAM OIN, direct from
tho Custom House. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Southern Life Insurance Company,
P?RELT A SOUTHERN INSTITUTION.
ASSETS - - - - - - - - S 100,000
INSURES Live?, Hud promptly adj nata and
paya IOSBCJJ. Ita principal business ia with
Southern States, and to them it appeals for
patronage. It has ampi? means to fully pro?
tect policy holders and pay all losses.
BOAH i) OF DIBECTOBS.-John B. Gordon, A.
Austell, E. W. Holland, J. P. Alexander, J. H.
(.'allaway, J. M. Johnson. Atlanta, Ga.; B. C.
Yancey, Beni. H. Hill, Robert Thomas, Athene,
Ga.; Wado Hampton, Columbia, S. C.; C. H.
Fhinizy, Edward Thomas. Augusta, Ga. ; D. E.
Butler, Madison, Ga.; Robert Toora be, Wash?
ington, Ga.; B. J. Smith, Cuthbert, Ga.; A. H.
Colquitt, Newton, Ga.; Wm.-Johnston, Char?
lotte, N. C.;B. L. Willingham, Allendale,8.C.;
W. A. Caldwell, Greensboro, N. C.
OFFICERS.-John B. Gordon, President; B.
t. Hill. A. H. Colquitt, Vioe-Preeidente; A.
Austell, E. Holland, Finance Committee; W.
C. Morrie, Secretary.
J. H. MILLER, General Agent,
207$ Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
HARDY SOLOMON, Reaident Agent at Colum?
bia._July 24 gmo
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500,000.
DEPOSITS OF $1 & UPWARDS RECEIVED.
XNTEREST at tho rate of Six per cent, per
annum, (tho rato paid by most Savings
Banks is from Three per cont, to Five percent,
only,) allowed on deposits, and payable in
January and July of each year, or added to
principal, and interest compounded, at option
of the depositor.
Principal and Interest, or any part thereof,
may be withdrawn at any timo-tho Bank re?
serving tho right to demand tho usual notice,
to wit: Fourteen days if tho amount ie under
$1,000; twenty day8 it over $1,000 and undor
?5,000, or thirty days if ever $5,000. Tho of
licera may, however, in their discretion, and in
most inatancea will, pay without auch notice.
In order to pay interest to depositors, tho
Bank must invest its fnnde; and the object of
tho notice ia to give it time to realize, when
necessary, upon ita investments. When de?
sired, special interest bearing certificates will
be given, payable at a designated time.
The Capital of the Bank has been paid in
and has been invested by the Directors in re?
March 1, 1869.
I hereby certify that tho Citizens' Savings
Bank of South Carolina bavo furnished me
with satisfactory evidence that tho Capital of
said Bank has been paid in, as required by
tho Act of incorporation, ratified February
12, 1869. (Signed) J. L. NEAGLE,
Comptroller-General S. C.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may hero deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of iuterest there?
_|Plantera, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
sums for tb ?ir children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only be with"
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funda for future nae. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they w?l rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdrawal when
Gen. Wade Hampton, President.
Col. John B. Palmer, vice-President.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier,
Col. F. W. McMaater, Col. B. H. Rutledge,
Mcs?rs. Fair, Pope & Pope.
Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia.
Col. F. W. McMaster, Columbia.
Col. A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
Col. J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
Col. J. B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Esq., Columbia.
Dr. E. H. Heinitsn, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Esq., Marion.
G. T. Scott, Esq., Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Esq., Newberry.
Col. B. H. Rntledge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravenel, Jr., Esq., Charleston.
John B. Palmer, J. P. Thomas.
G. T. Scott, J. Eli Gregg. A. C. Haskell,
[Extractsfrom By-Laws and Giarter.]
The Finance Committee shall have power to
examine tho officers, books and papers of said
Bank, and to verify the statements of said of?
ficers and said books and papers, by taking an
inventory of the assets and liabilities of tho
Bank; and the said Committee shall make at
least quarterly reports of the results of their
investigation to the Board of Directora. *
* * The Cashier shall, on each Tues?
day, report, in writing, to tte President the
business transacted of tho foregoing week.
* ? ? And be ahall exhibit, at tho
regular meetings of tho Directors, tho Bank's
book or books, and have prepared, from his
books, a completo balanco ahect, together
with a statement showing his receipts and ex?
penditures. * * * Tho Cashier,
Assistant Cashiers and Tellers shall be re?
quired to give satisfactory bonds for thc faith?
ful performance of their respective duties;
and said bonds, beforo their acceptance by the
President, must be approved by ono of the
Solicitors of tho Banu, and by the Finance
Committee. * * * No Director or
officer of said corporation shall borrow or usc
any portion of tho funds thereof; he 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 mouey Bhall be made
'br said corporation to any stockholder owning
more than four sharos therein. Juno 20
"TUES FXiAOXI "
TO cot a tip-top SUMMER
DRINK is tho CAROLINA HOUSE,
Washington sheet, noar Sumter.
\CHAMPAGNE COCK-TAILS; Gin,
(Brandy and Whiskoy Smashes,
"Juleps and Cnck-taila; Sherry and
Catawba Cobblers; Claret San
garces; Lemonade and Soda Water; besides
excellent Lager Boer. LUNCH every day, at
ll o'clock. R. BARRY, Purveyor.
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agents,
OFFER their BorvicoB to the publio as OEN
ER?L LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Landa, and other proportv, on commission. No
-?harria until salea aro effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
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ly to his business; employs only first class
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GLEANER OFFICE the es?
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1 866 .
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r SPECIMEN COPIES FURNISHED
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