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?Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOR AJTD PROPRIETOR.
Office on Main Street, above Taylor.
Agent? for Phoenix ?n? 01?*?er.
HIRAM MmmEix'..'.. . J.... i .Bparianburjr
A. M. RISER.Newberry.CH
JULIUS POPPE..Anderson C. H
JAKES QR ANT..Union J. R. ALLEN. .Chester
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA. S. 0,. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 17, 1809.
VOL. V-NO. 154
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Gcoigc H. Pendleton's View? of Political
Affalri-Thc Union not Rtatornl.
OrKOnmA?T, September ' ll, 1869.
Yesterday? a largo number of the friends
of Georgo H. rend lot on culled at his re?
sidence, and insisted on a. speech from
him. Ho tried to beg off, but finally
consented. Mr." Pendleton is still cotn
polled to support himself on crutches^
Among other' things he said; I cannot
agree with Governor Hayes that the
vexed questions of national politics are
wisely and happily sottled; that tho great
questions of liberty and Union have been
solved and the reconstruction of the
Union made safe.- I cannot agree with
him that retrenchment, economy and
honesty have been introduced into the
management of the Federal expenditure;
that tho debt hjas been decreased and is
decreasing, as he states it; that the
burdens of taxation have been reduced
and their weight upon the people light?
ened; that sound judgment and freedom
from bad influences nave been brought
to the exercise of the immense power of
the Secretary of the Treasury; that busi?
ness is active; that enterprise is active;
that vigor, energy and industry are
bountifully rewarded ; that employment
is abundant; that daily toil is folly com?
pensated; that commerce, on the ocean
and on land, is prosp?rons; and therefore
I cannot serenely, as does our worthy
Governor, tarn my face from all ques?
tions of Federal politics and look only at
State affairs; I cannot say the Union is
restored when Virginia, Mississippi and
Texas are under military government,
and Georgia without representation in
Congress; that the Union is restored
when justice is administered by a drum?
head court martial; that tho constitution
is maintained, when we know that the
Supremo Court is only waiting an oppor?
tunity to declare the Reconstruction Acts
unconstitutional. I oppose the adoption
of the fifteenth amendment, because it is
a material and radical change in our sys?
tem of government. It destroys the
relation of the States to the Federal
Union which the constitution establish?
ed, and degrades them ; takes away from
the States, without their consent, that
essential attribute of a self-governing
community. Twp years ago, the people
of Ohio, without distinction of party,
by an immense majority, refused to
amend the State Constitution. I see no
reason, to believe that they have changed
their opinion. I object to its adoption,
because by the strongest implication il
confers upon Congress a right reserved
to the States, to exclude from the ballot
persons of our own white race because
of their nativity, creed, want of educa?
tion or property, and prohibits the ex?
clusion only of another race. If the in?
terpretation of Senator Morton and
Senator Howard be correct, under this
amendment Congress and the State may
exclude Irishmen, Germans, Catholics,
Protestants, or the poor man from tho
enjoymenfof suffrage, but not the negro
or Mongolian. I object, to its adoption,
because it is port and parcel of a scheme
to flood the country with a forced impor?
tation of an immense number of Chinese
coolies, and. to bring into our alien race
a more diffioalt form of the sooial and
governmental questions that have so un?
happily divided our people.
Mr. Pendleton dwelt at some length
upon the financial question, reiterating
his former assertions in regard to the
payment of the Government debt and
the bond-holders in greenbacks, and
abolishing the national bank system and
the study of economy in reducing the
"SWEET ABE THE USES OF ADVERSITY."
Mr. Pendleton speaks on crutches. He
wants to be Governor of Ohio, and will
thus stump his State.
Gov. Geary harries to Avondale to
condole with the orphans and widows,
and to tell them he will report their
needs to the next Legislature, which he
may do if he is re-elected, which is just
what he wanta to be, which is just what
took him to Avondale.
President Grant is so affected by the
death of Secretary Rawlins, (a despatch
telling of whose condition ho pocketed
at a ball, and thereby frustrated the for?
mer's dying wish to see his chief alive,)
that attending bis funeral in tho morn?
ing, he sallies off on another pleasure
trip the same evening.
[New York Republic,
A Latin poet Bays that the Sirens were
certain Neapolitan yoong ladies, who,
not consent with being handsome and
accomplished, took to wearing paint and
false bair, and went with their necks bare
almost to the waist-for which Minerve
one day, as they were coming out of the
temple, soddenly turned their pretty
ankles into fish tails, and sent them roll?
ing into the sea. The poet writes this
history to bis wife, aa a warning to all
pretty oharcb-goera how they paint and
Trenton, N. J., is on a broad grin over
a hugo joke which has unintentionally
been perpetrated upon some of its high?
ly respectable citizens. An enterprising
colored man devised a petition to the
Common Council of that city, asking for
an enlargement bf the school-honse for
colored ohildren. It occurred to him
that the signatures of certain white folks
might be serviceable, and he applied for
and obtained a large number. Tho peti?
tion commences "We, tho parents of tho
FVmrile Orcos-it? Decettel?a and ?nc?c
You nf? girls and riper matrons need
not go about robed like religious fana?
tics; bat let those to whom a high-necked
and long-sleoved party dress wonld be a
grievous affliction,* content themselves
with showing a modest rim of shoulder
above'their U?dies. And"l6t them not
forget that wb??-tnrned ' white arms ' can
be seen and appreciated without of ne?
cessity being exposed clear up tb the arm?
pits. No fair yoong girl ever lost nny
thing in the estimation of men -whose
opinion is worth having, by appearing
with neck, shoulders and arms chastely
veiled in delicate lace or muslin, instead
of exposing them to tho promisouons I
gaze of a publio assembly.
Wo hoard away tho jewel that wo prize 1
the most; we draw a curtain before tho
picture that we dote upon; wo hide our
m OHt sacred feelings in onr hearts; wo
veil the shrine of tho temple; wo hodge
the lily about, lest its whiteness should
be soiled; we want to cover np from other
eyes the things that are the fairest, the
dearest and the most sacred to us.
Oh, woman! tho most sacred thing,
the fairest and dearest that man has in
this world, is yourself. And I hold that I
a man's instinctive protest is the best j
guido in this matter.
And tho feeling of the father, the bro?
ther, the lover and tho husband, when
tho nature is nnpervertod, is that the
arms that caress and enfold him, the
bosom which is the dearest home bis
head can have on earth, should be as |
sacred as was tho holy of holies in tho
days of tho Jewish rites.
A woman's body is the temple of her
soul, and her soul's outward symbol.
What wc want to koep pure, holy and un?
defiled, wo do not expose to be u com?
mon bait for all tho eye? of thc world,
puro and impnre, to gloat upon.
Tho way in which men, as a body, act j
and express themselves, when brought j
face to face with this dress reform ques
tion, is inconsistent, unjust and unge?
nerous toward women, and unworthy of
themselves, as gentlemen; they think
because a woman is not their sister, or
wife, or sweetheart, that it is no conoern
of theirs how she demeans herself in this j
matter of dress. On tho contrary, they
seem eager to help posh her into a false
position by hypocritical compliments,
and phrases of hollow admiration, which
are as false and bitter as Dead Bea fruit,
if she will but stop to analyze the feel?
ings from which they sprnng, tho motivos
which prompt them. Too much familiar?
ity breeds contempt. No one knows this
better than the man who watches over
the dress and deportment of his wife or
sister with tho stern jealousy of an Ori?
ental, while at the same time he blandly 1
encourages the wivos and daughters and
sisters of other mon in every species of
Women do not always know-the very |
young ones especially-that a certain
dash and freedom in the stylo of dress
encourages familiarity in the manners of I
men toward them. They too often fol
low blindly after tho reigning mode,
withoat questioning its meaning, or the I
effect it will have upon men's opinion of
them. They feel strong, because they
go in droves, and in droves they daru to
indulge in a style of dross for which any
one woman would be ignominiously hoot?
ed oat of sooiety, if she dared to appear I
in it ulone, and upon any occasion for j
which it is not sanctioned by fashion.
If men would but give up their abomi?
nable two-sided policy on this question,
and aot toward every rep nt able woman,
whom they find masquerading in a dis?
reputable attire, jost as they would, un?
der like circumstances, toward their own
wives, daughters or sisters, as far as con?
sistent with surroundings and circum?
stances, this mode of dress would soon
be driven to its rightful home-the
haunts of tho profligate and the lost
For my own dear countrywomen, I
have One wish, which has moved mo to
speak as I have spoken. Plain words
are hard words to say, but wolds which
must be spoken nevertheless, and which
aro better spoken sooner or later. It is
that they should be known all over the
world as the most modest of women in
dress and deportment, even as they are
now distinguished for wit, elegance, pa?
triotism and innate pnrity of character.
Let the women of other countries belie
themselves if they will, by a mode of at?
tire which is in direct opposition to the
dictates of their natural modesty, but let
ours reservo their own chastity.
Whon Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe
wrote a book lampooning a whole people
-charging them with the foulest of
crime?, and a universality of guilt, it
was implioitly believed? not only by tho
North, but, translated into every civil?
ized tongue-it became the prose Mar?
seillaise of the Humanitarians through?
out the world. Now, that in pursuit of
her prurient tastes she charges incest
upon an acknowledged libertine, the
whole world is in arms, and Byron is de?
fended as thongh ha were a Milton or a |
Bunyan ; all going to show that the world
is unjust and fond of scandal, and that
Mrs. Stowe missed her occupation when
she failed to become a Proonress,
TzuRiniiE.-It is stated that, in the
ten years prior to 1860, no lesa than
8,466 lives were lost by the varions acci?
dents in the coal mines of England.
Mi'KciAL NOTICE.-To parties in want ol
Doora, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to the ad?
vertisement of P. P, Toale, the large manu?
facturer of those gooda in Charleston. Price
list furnished on application. July 17 9mo
^PHILOSOPHY OK JIARKU(;K.-A
NEW COUBSH OP LECTURES, as delivered at the
New York Muscumof Anatomy, embracing the
subjects: How to Live and What to Livo for;
Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gene?
rally Reviewed; The Cause of Indige^'onjPla
tuleuco and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, Ac.
These lectures will be forwarded on receipt of
four a tam ps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatomy, 71 West Baltimore street,
Baltimoro, Md. _May C ly
A tani-Suuthci Lifo Insurance Com?
puny, Atlanta Department.
To eV J People of South Carolina.:
Tho above Coiqpany was organized in 18GC,
in consequence of the wholcsalo forfeituro ol
Southern policies by Northern companies. Th(
unparalleled success of tho entorpriso hat
forced several of theso companies to restore
their Southern policies, from tho fact that thc]
could not operate in our midst without tho ap
pearance of honesty.
Wo keep all our money at homo to build u]
our impoverished country-every dollar o
premium being safely invested in the Stat
from which it is derived. Tho institution i
purely Southern, and heneo should appca
with great force to the patriotism and sympa
thy of every Southern heart.
'Tis not our purpose to mako war on othc
companies, but to exhibit thc special advar.
tages offered by this pnroly Southern Comp ti
ny-founded on patriotism and solid woaltl
Its ratio of assets to liabilities-the true tee
of a company's strength, is second to nono o
this continent-being nearly 300 to ICO.
Whenever and wherever we have presente
tho claims of this Company, it has not onl
enlisted tho sympathies of our people, but lie
also secured their hearty co-operation. VS
have secured 500 policies in Soxth Carobr
since the 10th of February. Wo mimbi
among our Directors Gen. Wado Hampton ar
Col. Wm. Johnston, gentlemen well known 1
every citizen of South Carolina. Wo appc
personally to tho people of South Carolina
assist in pushing forward this deserved
popular Southern institution.
J. H. MILLER.
General Agent Southern Lifo Insurance Co.
B. W. LAWTON, Stato Agent.
Wo cheerfully recommend the aboro Comp
ny to the patronage of tho citizens of Sou
Columbia, S. C.-J. 8. Preston, J. P. Carre
O. D. Melton, 8. W. Moiton, J. D. Pope.
Camden.-J. B. Kershaw, Wm. M. Shannc
W. E. Johnson.
. Sumter.-John E. Moore.
. Winneboro.-W. B. Robertson, J. B. ?
Cants, James H. Rion.
Yorkville-W. B. Wilson. A. Coward, Jan
Mason, I. D. Witherspoon. J. R. Bratton,
T. Lowry, R. G. McCaw.
Anderson.-J. L. Orr.
Barnwell-Jos A. Lawton, James Patters
Johnson Hagood. July 23 2mo
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, I
. 12 toorna,
2. 7 2d Class City Residences, C to 10 Roon
3. 5 3d Class " " 3 to 6
4. H Valuable Building Lots, on Main stree
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts of tho city,
6. 3 Large Lots in Waverley,
7. 14 Tracts Land, within 3 miles of Colum
from ton acres to 1,000,
8. The Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 ac
9. 2,422 acres, noar Kingsville, one of tho I
cotton and stock plantations in the conn
10. 9 Other Plantations in Richland -som
them very desirable,
11. 10.000 acres in Edgeflold-several traci
12. Mill and Planting Property in Lexingtc
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate
14. 2,500 acres Farming Lands in Fairfield
15. 1,700 acres near Greenvill Court House
IC?, fi,000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2.000 " in Kershaw,
18. 1,900 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
19. 216 '? in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fine Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres or Land in Florida.
Parlies desiring to purchase or sell pro;
will find it to their interest to consult us.
have correspondents in New York, Philadel
and Baltimore, to which points we conste
send descriptive lists of property for sale,
March 0_GIBBES A THOM?
" THE! HPT a A Ol
A TO get a tip-top SUM!
DRINK is the CAROLINA HOI
efcfnFi/tff?i Washington street, near Sui
^|S$jHA bran ely and Whiskey Hir".
?WT! \yljulcPB and (Jock-tails; Sherry
^mC?Jaa Catawba Cobblers; Claret
gar?es; Lemonade and Soda Water; be
excellent Lager Beer. LUNCH every di
ll o'clock. B. BARRY, Fnrvej
City of Colombia Bonds.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICI
COLUMBIA, August 12, lt
ALL over-due Bonds, Conpona and Inti
and all Bonda issued since 1st Jan
1867, bearing six per cent, interest, of tb
of Columbia, will be converteel into sove
cent. Bonds, on application at this effie
conformity with a resolution of the City <
eil. J. S. McMAHOI
Aug 13 _City Cli
Choice Tobacco-Smoking and Che^
CHEWING-Rough and Ready,
With common grades, in full suppl
sale by _GEO. 8YMMK
Notice to Cotton Growers.
THE Subscriber intends to run a Po
Cotton Oin from Columbia to Kin)
and the surrounding country. Planters
ina my sorvices can apply to me, at Cob;
Aug 5 RICHARD TOZ
Hew York Advertisements.
Begraaf & Taylor,
Furniture, Carpets and Mattresses,
Wholesale and Retail.
Manufactory and Warervot is'.
87 and SO flowery,
03 Chrmle Btn?ct,
13? and 133 Hester street,
(CONNECTED CNDXIV ONE noOF.)
WE have now on hand the largest stock of I
entirely now patterns and designs for
furnishing houses throughout ever offered by
I one houao in the city, and at a great deduction
Our CARPET DEPARTMENT is under the
superintendence of U. H. Rarncs, who is well
aud favorably known to tho public, having
been a loug limo with Sloauo it Co., in Broad?
way, and for thc last four years with Lord it
Taylor. Our stock of Carpets is entirely new,
and well selected, this branch having been .just
added to our business.
The MATTRESS DEPARTMENT is entirely
under our supervision, all being made on tho
premises. Every Mattress guaranteed.
Steamboats, hotels, churches, public halls
and private houses furnished throughout at
The Floatihg Palaces-tho steamers of tho
People's Line on tho Hudson River-were fur?
nished by us.
PRICES DEFY COMPETITION.
Second and Third Avenue Cars pass our
Stores. Entrance 87 and o9 Bowery, Now
York. Sent 14 Hmo
Dr. Richau's Golden Remedies.
(JH-| r.ri/"k REWARD for any case of die
H5_L?A/VJVJ ease in any stage which they
fail to cure. Du. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1 cures Ulcers, Ulcerated Soro Throat and
Mouth, Soro Eves, Eruptions, Copper-Colored
Blotches, Scrofula, Ac. ; is tho greatest Blood
Purifier known, removes all diseaso from the
system and leaves the blood pure audhealthv.
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. "2
cures Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all
its forms, gives immcdiato relief in all cases.
No dieting necessary. Price of either No. 1 or
No. 2, $5.08 per bottle, or two bottles for $9.00.
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safo
an<* radical cure for all Urinary Derangements,
accompanied with full directions'. Price $3.00
per bott le. DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR |
D'AMOUR, a radical cure for Debility, in old I
or young; imparting energy with wonderful
effect. Price $5 per bottlo or two bottles for $9.
On receipt of price, the Remedies will bo
shipped to anv place. Circulara sent. Address
DR. D. B. RICHARDS,
Aug 19 ly No. 228 Varick Bt., New York.
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW and Commodious
HOUSE, located corner Broad?
way and Forty-second street,
:Now York, possesses advan?
tages over all other houses, for the accommo?
dation of its guests. It was built expressly for
a first-class family boarding honse-the rooms
being largo anden suite, heated by steam
with not and cold wator, and furnished second
to none; while the culinary department ls in
the most experienced hands, affording guests
an unequalled table. One of Atwood's Patent
Elevators is also among tho 'modern improve?
ments' and at the service of guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Place Carepass
the door every four minutes, running from the
City Hall to Central Park, while the Sixth and
Seventh Avenue lines aro but a short block on
either side, affording ampio facilities for com?
municating with all depots, steamboat land?
ings, places of amusement and business of the
great metropolis. MORE A HOLLEY,
March 19 Cirio_ Proprietors.
Iron Cotton Ties.
SOLE Agency in New Ye k for the salo and
distribution of the
AND SELF-FASTENING BUCKLE TIE,
Manufactured by J. J. MCCOMB, Liverpool.
SWENSON, PERKINS St CO.,
80 Beaver street, New York.
(Mail address, Box 5,724 P. O.) Aug 7 3mo?
Private Boarding in New York.
COMFORTABLE, airy Rooms, with Hoard,
in a pleasant locality-Fourth street, op?
posite Washington Square. Street cars pass
tho door every few minutes. Applv to, or ad*
dress, MRS. S. J. WYATT,
I Aug 18 47 South Washington Place, 4th st.
New Articles for Present Cse.
I Siedlitz Powders,
i Soda Powders.
Calf Feet Jellv.
Concentrated Extract of Reef.
Gelatines, Corn Starch.
Arrow Root, Tapioca.
Pearl Barley, Pearl Sago.
Flavoring Extracts, Yeast Powders.
Hope, Canary Seed.
Portable Lemonado, Nectar.
For sale by FISHER & HEINITSH,
July 14 %_ Druggists.
Flour I Flour '. !
t~f\ DDLS. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, at
OVJ $10-beet in market.
50 bble. Extra Family Flour, at $9-equal to
f/0 bbls. Super Flour, at $8-new and sweet.
Our Choice Family Flour is tho "croam of|
the city and superior to any in this market."
Terms cash._J. St. T. B. AGNEW.
.^QQ POUNDS FRUITS AND FLO)
100 pounds Commonwealth,
Just received, and a pure article, for sale at I
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
July 20 Ale and Lager Beer Depot.
AI CLL assortment on han d, MI LT. STONES
and IRONS, purchased at low rates, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE Sc FISHER,
THE POLLOCK HOUSE,
191 Main street, Columbia, S. C.
? ? TE lg ?JE Tl TGt % fBf g U
Pure Corn Whiskey.
i>A BBLS. Pure Corn WHISKEY, for salo
?i\J low to dealers. E. St G. D . HOPE,
Mav 1 Agents Old North State Distillerv.
GROSS Wine Bottles, for sale by
Feb 14 E. St G. D. HOPE.
BUSHELS prime HEAVY OATS, for
salo low, by E. * 0. P. HOPE.
Okra and Tomato Soup,
FOR LUNCH, every day, at tho Pollock
House. July 10
MKS. O. C. SPECK,
Private and Transient .Boarding,
No. 248 Weat Lombard street, corner Penn,
BeptU BALTIMORE, MD._
Baltimore Regalia Emporium.
Siseo Srotliers, I
"]V/| ANUFACTURER8 of Regalia, Jewels,
1VI Lodgo Paraphernalia, Ac, for Masons.
L O. O. P., Red Mer), Knights of Pythias and
all other socities, Banners, Flags, Ship Signals,
Ac., 14 N. Charles st., ccr. Fayottc, Ballimore,
Md. Price list furnished upon application.
AUK 19 _[_3m o
GEORGE PAGE & 00.,
Ko. 5 N . Schroeder Street, Baltimore, Md.
MANUFACTURERS OF PAGE'S IM
PROVED PATENT PORTABLE CIRCU?
LAR SAW MILLS, Stationary and Portable
Steam Engines and Boilers, Grist Mills, Shin?
gle Machines, Lath and Slab Machinery, Saw
Glimmers, Horso Powors, Shafting, Pallies,
Ac. Dealers ia Circular Saws and Mill sup?
plies generally, and Manufacturer?' Agents
for every description of wood-working ma?
chinery. Our Independent and Simultaneous
Head-blocks, patent ed December 15.1868, and
improved Friction Feed, patented July 13,
18G9, in addition to previous patents, make
our Saw Milln stand unrivaled. Estimates and
plans furnished, and contracts entered into
for the erection of Circular, Gang Mnlay or
Sash Mills. Correspondence solicited, and
Catalogues furnished, on application, by mail
or otherwise._July 30 ly
Fall and Winter Importation
18 6 9.
RIBBONS, "MILINER Y
AR M S TR ON GT~C ATOR & CO.,
237 and 239 Baltimore street, Baltimore,
IMPORTERS and jobboro of Bonnet and
Trimming Ribbons, Velvet and Sash Rib?
bons, Bonnet Silks, Satins and Velvets, Illu?
sions, Blonds, Laces, Ruches, Netts and
Crapes, French Flowors and Feathers, Straw
Bonnets and Ladies' Hats, trimmed and un?
trimmed; Silk, Velvet and Felt Bonnets and
Hats, Sundowns and Shaker Hoods. The larg?
est Stock of Millinery Goods in this country,
and unequalled in choico variety, which wo of?
fer at prices that will defy competition.
?-ORDERS SOLICITED. Ang 17 Imo*
FRUITS IN AND OUT OF SEASON.
LEMONS AND ORANGES,
A freBh lot of Ano French Confection?
ery-something rich, rare and palatable.
Frosh Nats, Almonds and Raisins.
Dessicated Cocoanut, Sicily Lemon Sogar.
Toys, Toys. Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys,
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
CAKE8 and PIES-fresh and made to order.
Pure CANDIES manufactured daily.
Croquet Bets-a flue, healthy, eut-door exer?
The subscriber, intending to givohis friends I
and customers a chanco to keep cool, has do-1
termined to reduce the price of CREAM for !
the balance of tho season.
Cream per qnart, 75 cents.
Cream per plato, 20 cents.
Cream per half plate, 10 cents.
Lemonade and Fruit Beverages, 10cents per I
Call and bc convinced of tho correctness of
tho above. J. McKENZIE,
Jane 4_Main Street.
Summer Goods Z
PRIOR TO TAKING STOCK. AND
moving in New Store, will sell
for fifteen days the above class of
Goods, at and below first cost. Call
at tho Sign of
BIG BOOT AND HAT,
Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Aug 1 A. SMYTHE.
Southern Life Insurance Company,
P?BELT A BOUTDEBN INSTITUTION.
ASSETS ........ 9500,ooo.
INSURES Lives, and promptly adjusts and
pays losses. Its principal business is with
Boothera States, and to them it appeals for
patronage. It bas ampio moans to fully pro?
tect policy holders and pay all losses.
BOABD or DiBECTons.-John B. Gordos, A.
Austell, E. W. Holland. J. F. Alexander, J. H.
Canaway, J. M. Johnson. Atlanta, Ga.; B. O.
Yancev, Beni. H. Hill,Robert Thomas, Athens,
Ga.; Wade Hampton, Columbia, S. C.; C. H.
Phinlzy,Edward Thomas, Augnsta, Ga.; D. E.
Butler, Madison, Ga.; Robert Toombe, Wash?
ington, Ga.; B J. Smith, Cuthbert, Ga.: A. H.
Colquitt, Newton, Ga.; Wm. Johnston, Char-1
lotte, N. 0.;B. L. Willingham. Allendale, H. C.;
W. A. Caldwell, Greensboro, N. C.
OFFICERS.-John B. Gordon, President; B.
H. Hill. A. H. Colquitt, Vice-Presidonts; A.
Austell, E. Holland, Finance Committee; W.
C. Morris, Secretary.
J. H. MILLER, General Agent,
207J Broad street, Angosta, Ga.
HARDY SOLOMON, Resident Agent at Colum?
bia._Joly 24 Smo
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agente,
OFFER their services to the public as GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
shargis until Bales are effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
-| f\f\ PACKAGES NEW MACKEREL,
IU\J consisting of whole, half and quarter
barrels and kits.
100 Boxes SMOKED II EB" INO.
Jost received and for sale low by
Ang 28_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Syn BBLS. St. Louis NEW FLOUR, superi
?*9 or to anything in market.
50 Bags and Barrels, assorted grades, at
very low figures, for sale by
Aug U ?EO. STUMERS.
v-J v.v kV. U b V*
CHARLESTON, S. C. .
Board, Per Day, - .- $8?00.
MKS. H. L. BUTTERFIELD, ProprietreaB.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
Sept 10_'_ 2mo
STOLL, WEBB A CO?,
WHOLESALE ?EY G00D8,
?8T I I 389
Domestic Store. I KIX08T" .| Lace Store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON.. 8. C. ly
J. N. ROBSON. Commission Merchant,
NOS. 1 AND a ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING ampio in cann for advances, a busi?
ness experience of twenty years, and
confining himself strictly to a COMMISSION
BUSINESS, without operating on his own ac?
count, respectfully solidit? consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, etc.
Shippers of Produce to him may. at their
option, lm ve their consignments BOIU either in
Charleston or New York; thus having the ad?
vantage of two markots, without extra com?
Bishop W. M. Wightman; 8. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte, N." O.-.Rev. T. O. Bummers,
Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Ga.;
Messrs. George W. Williams & Co., Charles?
ton, 8. C.; Messrs. Williams, Taylor A Co.,
Now York. April 28 fly
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
A KD ALL DISEASES OF THE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TUET ARE RECOMMENDED ET TUE
HEGEMAN ?Sc CO.,
AOEXTS, NEW Y O IC IC.
Mannfactnred by C. F. PANKNIN,
CBEU1ST AITS APOTHECARY,
#3-For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.^-*
Fob 5 tly
MTHAT splendid CORN AND POT
TON FARM, known as the "SALC-flBfc
DA FORK PLANTATION," situated3C
nine miles South from Newbe rry Court House,
S. C., and forty miles from Columbia. The
place contains about eighteen hundred acres
of choice landa; about twelve hundred of
which aro open, and tho balance woodland.
Bounded on two sides by "Bush" and "Big"
Saluda Rivers, it affords a large proportion of
thc most desirable bottom or swamp lands;
and on Big Salnda River it has one of the
moet valuable unimproved water privileges in
the South. Tho improvements are an elegant
Two-Story Framed Dwelling, six or eight Dou?
ble Framed Honsee for laborers quarters,
Stables, Barns, Blacksmith and Carpenter
Shops and other ont-housce-all sound and in
good condition. Belonging to the place, and
propelled bv an excellent water power, ie ono
of the best Merchant Mills in the St ato. having
two setts of fortv-eight inch French Burr
Wheat Stones, ana one of same eize for Corn,
with machinery all complete. Also, a No. 1
Circular Saw Mill; Gin Honse with a ?cventy
fivo Saw Gin; Threshing House, with an excel?
lent Thresher and Grain Fan; also, a Cotton
Screw. Lauds in this soction will produc?
from one to two bales of cotton per acre with?
out a doubt.
Terms cash or its equivalent. Fart i es wish?
ing to purchase, can seo the pltce and obtain
further information by application to Jordan
P. Tool, Esq., Newberry Court House, 8. O.
or address H. WARE A SON,
July 9 Imo *_New Orleans. La.
szc-zn CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK
cy ?H 10 cases Italian Maccironi,
^ IB Young America and Cutting
Fresh Country Butter,
Prime Leaf Lard,
Extra Family Flour-in bags and barrels,
neckor's Self-Raising Flour,
Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa,
Superior Cider and White Wine Vinegar,
Java, Laguara and Rio Coffees,
Orange Sugar-cured Hams.
Breakfast Bacon and Country Cured II unis.
Jeffreys' and McEwen's Scotch Ales,
Barclay A- Porkins' London Porter,
Catawba Wino and Champagno,
Heidsick Champagne anet Claret,
All fresh, and for sale low by
June 4_E. k Q. D. HOPE.
Sights and Sensations
IN FRANCE, GERMANY. Ao.. $1.80.
Hilt to Hilt, by Hurry, of Eagle's Nest, * 1.50.
Fivo Acres Too Much, by Rooaeveldt, a very"
pleasant and instructive book, $1.60.
Flow Crops Grow, for all agriculturalists, by
FrofePBor Johnson, $1.50.
Old Town Folks, a novel, by Mrs. Stowe, $2.
The Wedding Day in all Ages and Countries ?
Si ret I no, a novel, by Kingsley, 40 cents.
Tho Villa on tho Rhine, by Auerbach.
Ho Knew Ho was Right, by Trollope.
The Malay Archipelago, its Inhabitants and!
Animals, finely illustrated, full of information..
European Vineyards, by Flagg, fl 50.
Liddon?' Bampton Lectures, London.
Tho Virginians, Tho Nuwcomes, cheap edi?
tions Thackeray's works and other new books.
For salo at BRYAN & McCARTER'8
_Jil ne 30_Bookstore.
Corn and Bran.
Kf\Ci BUSHELS Trimo Whito Western
D\J\J Broad CORN.
50 bags Fresh Ground Bran.
For sale low by GEO. SYMMERS.