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ratet u?hen advertisements are in s tr ted by
the month.. . ,
??-itook and Job Printing of all kinds
promptly and faithfully attended.ta? r.i
The Imlrtc.ineiit? ?fTor??t Emigrant, to
Wc clip the following communication
from the oolam ns Of tho Cincinnati Com
wen.?ci/, of tue 13tfi instant: J
- i*u\t9*W* ojrSonipB' Gutoxas?,..
. > B?TtSAU AajacpWTTJBAIi STATISTICS,
joviod ?. ?oiiTJMBiA, S. O*,' 18$9.
Sm: Sewtpi; 5Ri?beirtson. of this State,
b?^yyrwapd^mft your letter of the 20th
ult,, inquiring what work contains, the
most Information in regard to the agri?
cultural .resources o? this State, with the
request that I shall furnish you with;a
^.py'i , , ^-,
I regret to say that heretofore we have
been, pomp'ehed to'rely entirely upou the
censos reports of the United States, ns
no provision was* ever made by the State
government to proouresuoh information,
nor has private enterprise, as far as I am
apprised, ever exerted itself in that di -
rfectfOB. Thu present General Assembly,
however? witti a lively appreciation of
the advantages. derived by other States
from the possession of full reports of
their agricultural resources and produc?
tions, created a Bureau of Statistics,
which is now being organized, and will
hereafter supply a deficiency that has
lately become more and more manifest,
as nuder tho Operation of tho free labor
system we advance steadily to ? condition
of permanent prosperity. A few weeks
official experience as Commissioner of
that Bureau has already acquainted me
with a multitude of facts which would
long since have largely contributed to
attract the labor and capital which have
recently gravitated hitherward, had they
been opportunely and properly brought
to publio attention.
Scarcely one*fourth of the land in this
State hos ever been tilled, and.the resi?
due now lies in orignal forests. Such of
it as has been improved, even by the
almost primitive system of agriculture
heretofore prevailing in South Carolina,
has yielded harvests which, in general,
compare favorably with the most prolific
lands of the West, and in many caset
far surpass them, in variety and abund?
ance of their prodcotions. Over IOC
bushels of oorn and 00 bushels of wheal
have, with ordinary cultivation, fre
quently been made to an acre in thi<
State, and there are instances, since thc
close of the war, where, by good plough?
ing and a moderate use of manure, SOC
bushels of corn have been gathered ir
the same area. Under my persona
observation 212 bushels were made ot
one acre, -within the corporate limits o:
this city last season, on land that cat
hardly pe classed ordinary, and yet it ii
confidently expeoted that the sumo soi
will, with the employment of u littli
more care, yield a third larger crop.
Prior to ?S60, our average harvest pe
acre, according to the official reports o
the United States, was 600 pounds o
cotton, 25 bushels of wheat, -10 bushel
of barley, 40 bushels of rice, 100 bushel
of Irish, And 300bushels. ni sweet pots
toes; and this despito the carelessness o
slave-labor, the lack'of improved agri
cultural implements, the parsimoniou
use of manures, and many other disad
vantages of a similar character. Siuc
the. .close of the war, this average ho
been largely increased, under the opero
tion Of the free labor system, and will
beyond question, be greatly augmente
by a liberal use of moderu fertiliza)
Our climate and soil aro adapted t
the growth of the most of the grain an
fruits of a more Northerly latitude; a
most a.'i much so as to that of those whio
are naturally found to prosper here; an
it has been said with truth, that there :
scarcely a foot in the whole domain <
South Carolina where a plant would nc
flourish. In the distribution of the sei
sons, we are peculiarly blessed, it bein
neither too warm nor too cold here, t
in the States of tho Weet and Nor tl
The planter loses but few laboring da]
in the year, and enjoys 'the inestimab
advantages of a succession of crop
Thus, he is enabled to produce cotton i
long and short staple, rice, upland HE
swamp corn, wheat, rye, oats, berle;
tobacco, peas, hemp, flax, hops, Sec., av.
every variety of garden vegetable. 1
all parts of the State grapes grow abui
dantly, whilst peaches, apples, pear
apricots, ?gs, and other fruits of almo
every description, are raised in i m men;
quantities. Of peaches alone, a sing
Co?JJy sends to the city of New Yoi
hundreds of thousands of bushels, i
brief, South Carolina presents, in h
peculiar location and advantages, indue
mehts to farmers such as cannot be su
passed by those of any other State in tl
Union. These 6he holds out with op<
hands, and cordially invites the childn
of every section and clime to draw the
sustenance from her fruitful and gen
rous bosom. With the pleasant duty
extending this invitation I am official
charged; and, iu furtherance of it,
shall always bo happy to furnish any i
formation in reference to the various J
sources of tho State which may be cl
sired by yoursolf or the publio generali
I am, very respectfully, your obedie
Fervont, HENRY SPARNICK,
- ^ ? ? ?
Consul Dudley, at Liverpool, infori
the State Department of n dangore
und infectious cattle disease that 1
ruado its appearance in England. It
tacks the hoofs usually, and then brer
out in the month as the cattle lick 1
hoof. It eau be communicated from c
animal to another of a different specie
THE COMINO STATE. FAXBW^BE UP AHD
DOINI?]-The State Agricultural and Me?
chanical Society, with commendable
spirit, have determined to hold tboir
sixth annual lair in Columbia, on the 10th,
11th and 12th of November next. The im?
portance of this effort to revive a lively
interest in nil the industries calculated to
accelerate the material progress of our
SUte, oannot be too highly estimated.
Every South Carolinian should trike a
personal pride in the movement, und see
to it that this first attempt to encourage
the development of our resources, after
so long a season of prostration, suffering
and depression, is crowned with suc?
cess. The society have issued a list of
premiums, covering a wide scope of in?
dustries and productions, which they
trust will excite many new minds to en?
gage in a generous rivalry to be first in
their several spheres of action. But
while the individual may be moved by
mere personal interest, the influence of
this movement must surely affect our
Communities, and they, too, should be
alive to tho success of this first fair in
our State since the war. Columbia-, with
commendable zeal, hus done much to in?
sure this, and we hopo that Charleston,
with her interests so largely hanging on
the prosperity of our State, will not bo
backward in giving her cordial co-opera?
tion. If her factors, merchants and me?
chanics, whose energies aro equal to any
requirement, will but bestir themselves
aud lend a helping hand, tho plans of
the society will assuredly bo carried out
iu a manner to do credit to South Caro?
lina and her people. - Charleston Hews.
JATAX.-A furious gale bas visited Yo?
kohama, causing great destruction of
properly. A party of fanatics made a
night attack upon the foreign settlement
of Hiago, for the purpose of exterminat?
ing the foreigners, but tho people were
aroused in time to repel and rout tho na?
tives. A memorial against Christianity
has been presented to the Japanese
Government by three priests of high
A case of murder and two of lynohiug
occurred hist week in Portage City,
Wis. On Thursday, one Spain shot a
young man named Britt, killing him in?
stantly. A mob immediately seized
Spain and hanged him to a tree. The
same evening a party of men wearing
masks took Patrick Wildick from tho
Portage City jail, where he was confined
for highway robbory, and summarily de?
spatched him by hanging.
The senior editor of tbe New Orleans
Picayune, on his return from a two j
months' stay in the North and East, re?
marks that "with public opinion nt the
North fur moro tolerant than ever be?
fore, with an earnest disposition to carry
capital to tho South rather than take it
away, and with a bountiful crop insuring
independence at homo, we may all bc
hopeful. The future of tho South will
be ono of progress and improvement.
A valorous policeman in Charleston is
charged with knocking down and other?
wise mal-treating a Mrs. DoBcher.
It is said that the Czar has changed his
mind about removing the Russian capital
from St. Petersburg to Kieff.
At therocent mine explosion at Plauen,
in Saxony, 270 lives wero lost. Thc vic?
tims leave 20G widows and G39 children.
The Charleston Xews learns that the
exoess of expenditures of the city over
its income is about $3,000 per month.
The daughter of a planter of Duvall's
Bluff, Ark., eloped with her uncle last
Hanna, who wrote Pollard into assas?
sination, is doing what he canfor a radi?
cal paper in Richmond.
Henry N. Jones, a colored man, is act?
ing as Mayor of Wilmington, N. C.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Representing over 840,000,00 ) Capital
JCS-ESTAULISHED IN COLL-JTBIA IN 1819."C*
jETNA FIRE INSURACK COMPANY, Hart?
ford, Cuan. Incorporated I tO. Charter per?
petual. Capital and surplus $5,30u,u00. Tho
strongest tire Insurance Company in Ame?
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of London. Incorporated 1*03. Capital $8,
[000,000 in gold. Policies issued payable in
Sold or currency. Par value of stock, $250.
larket value in London (last sales) $1,750.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. Capital and sur?
FIRE INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPA?
NY, Richmond, Va. Authorized Capital $1,
MERCHANTS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, Hartford, Conn. Capital and surplus
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. Incorpo?
rated 1846, Assets June 1, 18C9, $25,000,000;
Surplus June jt, 1860, $7,000,000; Income for
1868-9 $9,064,068. Number of Polices issued,
00,500. Total claims by death paid to date,
?8,500.000. Annual dividends from 60 to 70per
cent. As strong as the strongest in America.
As liberal in its terms.as tho most liberal.
ARLINGTON MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Richmond, Va. Assets $600,000.
Dividend declared February, 1869, 40 per cent.
As strong as any Life Insurance Company In
RiskB taken on favorable terms by
GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Oftlce in rear of Messrs. Dnffle ft Chapman's,
un V r tho ' Columbia Hotel." Sert 12 Imo
THE FEVER AND AGVEI SEA??0?r>
When the leaves begin to '?h??ge,<rem?t*erit
and intermittent fevera make their appeaf
ance. From the surface of the earth, bathed
nightly in heavy dews, frpm marshes and
swamps surcharged with moisture from tho
dyiug foliage of the woods, from festeririg
pools and sluggish streams, the sun of Sep?
tember evolves clouds ol miasmatic vapor pe?
rilous to health and lifo. Tho body, deprived
bv the burning iomperaturc of July and Au?
gust of much of its vigor and elasticity, ie not
in a prop?r plight to resist malaria; ann hence
all diseases that are produced by a depraved
condition of th<- atmosphere are particularly
prevalent in the fall.
There is no reason why the health of thou?
sands of people should be thus sacrificed. A
?reparatorv conreo of HOSTETTER'S 8TO
[ACH BETTERS is a ccrtaiu protection
against tho epidemics and endemics which
an tn nm brings in its train. Let all dwellers
in uuhealthv localities, liable to such visita?
tions, give heed to tho warning and advico
conveyed in this advertisement, and they may
bid defiance to tho foul exhalations which are
now ris*ng, night and day, from thc soil
around them. No farm-house in tho laud
should be without this invaluable exhilnrant
aud invigorant at any period of the year, bat
especially in the Fall. * lt ia not safe to ?o forth
into the chill, misty atmosphere of a Septem?
ber morning or evening with tho stomach un?
fortified by a tonic, and of all tho tonics which
medical chemistry has vet given to the world,
HOSTETTER'S BITTERS are admitted to bo
tho purest, tho most wholesome, and tho most
Let all who desire to escape the bilious at?
tacks, bowel complaints and malarious fevore,
take tho Bitters at least twice a day through?
out tho present season. It ls aa wholesomo as
it ia infallible. Look to the trade-mark,
"HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS," en?
graved on tho label and embosaod on the bot?
tle, and their revenue stamp covering the cork,
as counterfeits ?iud imitations abound.
SPECIAL. .\OTICE-To parties in want of j
Doors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to the ad- j
vertiaement of P. T. Toale, the largo manu?
facturer of those goods in Charleston. Price
list furnished on application. July 17 9mo
?3-PHIX.OSOPIIY OE MARRIAGE.-A
NEW COTMISE cv LECTEKUS, as delivered at the |
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the
subjects: How to Live and What to Live for; |
Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gene?
rally Reviewed: The Cause of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, Ac.
These lectures will be forwarded on receipt ot
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatomy, 74 West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. May 6 ly
J A Card-Southern Lift- In ?ur ?nee Com?
pany, Atlanta Department,
j To thc People of South Carolina :
I The above Company waa organized in 18C6,
j in consequence of the wholesale forfeiture of
Southern policies by Northern companies. The
unparalleled sncceea of tho enterprise has
forced several of these companies to restoro
their Southern policies, from the fact that they
could not operate in our midst without the ap?
pearance of honesty.
Wo keep all om: money at homo to build np j
our impoverished country-every dollar of
premium being safely invested in tho State
from which it is derived. The institution is
purely Southern, and hence should appeal
with great force to tho patriotism and sympa?
thy of every Southern heart.
'Tis not our purpose to make war on other
companies, but to exhibit the special advan?
tages offered by this purely Southern Compa?
ny-founded on patriotism and solid wealth.
Its ratio of assets to liabilities-the true test
of a company's strength, is second to none on
this continent-being nearly 300 to 100.
Whenever and wherever we havo presented
the claims of this Company, it has not only
enlisted the sympathies of our people, but has
also secured their hearty co-operation. Wo
have secured 500 policies in Soxth Carolina
since tho 10th of February. We number
among our Directors Gen. Wade Hampton and
Col. Wm. Johnston, gebtlemen well known to
every citizen of South Carolina. We appeal
personally to tho people of-South Carolina to
assist in pushing forward thia deservedly
popular Southern institution.
J. H. MILLEU.
General Agent Southern Life lusurance Co.
B. W. LAWTON, State Agent.
We cheerfully recommend tho above Compa?
ny to tho patronage of tho citizons of South
Columbia, S. C.-J. S. Preston, J. T. Carroll,
C. D. Melton, S. W. Melton, J. D. Pope.
Camden.-J. B. Kershaw, Wm. M. St nnon,
W. E. Johnson.
Sumter.-John B. Moore.
Winnsboro.-W. R. Robertson, J. B. Mc
Cants, James H. Rion.
Yorkvllle-W. B. Wilson. A. Coward, James
Mason, I. D. Witherspoon. J. R. Bratton, J.
IT. Lowry. Rt G. McCaw,
Anderson.-J. L. Orr.
Barnwell-Jos A. Lawton, James Patterson,
Johnson Hagood. July 28 2moa
*)(\ CASES California CHAMPAGNE, ma
?\J nufactnred from the pure and unadulte?
rated juice of the Grape, and much auperior in
flavor and quality to the many chemically pre?
pared and spurious imitations now offered to
the public. Prico per case of 1 dozon Quarts,
$15.00; or, 2 dozen Pints at $1G. Terms cash.
Aug ll_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Gibbes & Thoma?, Real Estate Agente,
OFFER their services tothe publie aa GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
f lands, and other property, on commission. No
shargta until sale8 are effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
Pure Corn Whiskey.
?)A BBL8. Pure Corn WHISKEY, for sale
?\J low to dealere. E. * G. D. HOPE,
May 1 Agente Old North State Distillery.
BUSHELS prime HEAVY OATS, for
ea!o low, by E. A G. D. HOPE.
MKS. ,Di C., SPECK,
Private and Transient Boarding,
No. 248 West Lombard street, corner Penn,
Sept 14 BALTIMORE. MD.
Baltimore Regalia Emporium.
MANUFACTURERS . of Regalia, Jewels,
Lodge Paraphernalia, Ac, for Maeons,
L O. O. P., Red Men, Knights of Pjtblaaand
all other eocities, Banner's, Flags, Ship Signals,
Ao., 14 N. Charlee st., cor. Fayette, Baltimore,
Md. Price list furnished upon application.
AUK IO_ j_3mo
. GEORGE PAGE & 00.,
No. 5 rv. Schroeder Street, Baltimore, Md.
MANUFACTURERS OF PAGE'S IM?
PROVED PATENT PORTABLE CIRCU?
LAR SAW MILLS, Stationary and Portable
Steam Engines and Boilers, Grist Mille, Shin?
gle Machines, Lath and Slab Machinery, Saw
Gummera, Horse Powors, Shafting, Pallies,
Ac Dealers in Circular Saws and Mill sup?
plies generally, and Manufacturer'?' Agenta
for every description of wood-working ma?
chinery. Our Independent and Simultaneous
Head-blocks, patented December 15, 1808, and
improved Friction Feed, patented July 13,
18G9, in addition to previous patents, make
our Saw Milla stand unrivaled. Estimates and
plans furnished, and contracts entered into
for the erection of Circular, Gang Mnlay or
Saab Mills. Correspondence solicited, "and
Catalogues furnished, on application, by mail
or otherwieo. July 30 ly
New York Advertisements.
Frost, Black & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
aud Dealers in
F I li S T- C L A S S
?F EVERY VARIETY,
0t> Bowery, nenr Canal street, N. V.
3S~ Steamboats, Hotels and Public Build?
ings furnished at the shorteet notice.
SST" All goods purchased of our house gua?
ranteed as represented.
B.W.FROST. JAS.BLACK. GEO.SNYDER.
Sept 17_3 m o
Degraaf & Taylor,
Furniture, Carpets and Mattresses,
Wholesale and Retail.
Manufactory and Wrareroomn,
57 ?nfl 89 Bowery,
G3 Christie street,
130 mid 134 Heater street.
NEW Y O It Ii. .
(CONNECTED CSDEB ONE nOOF.J
WE have now on hand the largest stock of
entirely new patterns and designs for
furnishing houees throughout ever offered by
one house in the city, and at a groat deduction
Our CARPET DEPARTMENT is under the
superintendence of H. S. Barnes, who is well
and favorably known to the public, having
been a long time with Sloane A Co., in Broad?
way, and for the labt four years with Lord A
Tay.or. Our stock of Carpets ?H entirely new,
and well selected, this branch having been just
added to our business.
The MATTRESS DEPARTMENT ia entirely
under our supervision, all being made on the
premiaos. Every Mattress guarauteod.
Steamboats, hotels, churches, public halls
and private houees furnished throughout at
The Floating Palaces-tho steamers of tho
People's Liue on the Hudson .River-were fur?
bished by us.
PJtlCES DEFY COMPETITION.
Second aud Third Avenue Care pass onr
Stores. Entrance S7 and b9 Boworv, Now
York._Sct?t 14 3ino
'S ASTRAL OIL
-SO CHANTJE OF LAMPS
higher fluni ia
Baa 30 jo- M
Scndfc-t dnxltrt, -s?t?hli
Sept 17 tt?mo
Br. Richan's Golden Remedies.
(_-j /^.r^/^ REWARD for any cape of die
J? JL?\_JvJV/ ease in any stage which thev
fail to cure. Tm. RICH AU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
j No. 1 eurea Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Throat and
I Mouth, Boro Eves, Eruptions, Copper-Colored
Blotches, Scrofula, Ac.; ia the greatest Blood
. Furnier known, removes all disease from tho
? svetem and leaves the blood pure aud healthy.
"DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2
cures Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all
its forms, gives immediate relief in all cases.
No dieting ueccBitarv. I'rice of either No. 1 or
No. 2, 15.09 per bottle, or two bottles for $9.00.
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe
and radical cure for all Ul ?nary Derangements,
accompanied with full dlretitfons Price 18.00
per bot'le. DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR
D'AMOUR, a radical cure for Debility, in old
or young; imparting energy with wonderful
effect. Price $5 per bottle or two bottles for 59.
On receipt of price, tho Remedies will ho
shipped to any place. Circulars ??tut. Address
DR. D. B. RICHARDS,
Aug 19 ly No. 228 Yarick et., NeW York.
Private Boarding in Mew York.
COMFORTABLE, airy Rooms, with Board,
iu a pleasant locality-Fourth street, op?
posite Washington Square. Street cars paes
the door every few minutes. Applv to, or ad?
dress, Mus. S. J. VVYATT,
Aug 18 47 South Washington Placo. 4th st.
Iron Cotton Ties.
SOLE Agency in Now. York for the sale and
distribution of the
AUK OW TTE
AND SELF-FA8TENING BUCKLE TIE,
Manufactured by J. J. MCCOMB, Liverpool.
SWENSON, PERKINS A CO.,
80 Beaver etroet, New York.
(Mail address,Box5,724P.O.) Acrg?7 8ino*
GROSS Wine Bottles, for aale by
Feb 14 E. A O. D. HOPE.
Okra and Tomato Soup,
FOR LUNCH, everv day, at thc Pollock
House. July 10
Ch ar ie ston A^ve^ti?t?m?nts;
CHARLESTON, S C.
. -MUM-1 '
Board, P?r Da jr, ? - $3.00.
MKS. H. JU. BUTTERFIELD, Proprieties,
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
Sept 10_ . _2mr)
J. N. HOBSON. Co mm ia sion Merchant,
NOS. 1 AND X ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING ample m CUD a for advances, a buai
nees experience of twenty years, and
coull ni n g himself strictly to a COMMISSION
BrsisESS, without operating on his own ac?
count, respectfully solicits consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, etc. . j
Shippers of Produce to him may. at their
option, have their consignments eold cither in
Charleston or Kew York; thus having the ad- j
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
Bishop W. M. Wightman, S. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte,>?. C.;Rev.T. O.Summers,
|Tonncascc; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Ga.;
Messrs. Gooree W. Williams A Co., Charles- j
ton, 8. C.; Messrs. Williame, Taylor A Co.,
New York. April 28 fly !
PAN KN I H'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AKD ALL DISEASE!) OT TEE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TFT ET A RX RECOMMENDED BY Tn?
Tvl E ID I C W XJ ~AC3 ULTY.
HEGEMAN Ac CO.,
AGEXTS, KETT YORK.
Manufactured by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CHiincT Airs ATCTEZCAST,
C H A B L E S T O ^T, S. C.
Jt&"For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.-^*
STOLL, WEBB A: CO..
WHOLESALE DRY Q00D8,
5487 I KINO ST I 859
Domestic Store. | KINO 8T" j Lace Store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON, B. C. ly
Southern Life Insurance Company,
rUKELY A SOt'TUERN INSTITUTION.
ASSETS - - - - - - - - 8500,000.
INSURES Livee, and promptly adjusts and
paya loeaee. Its principal business is with
Southern States, ana to them it appeals for
patronage. It has ampio means to tully pro?
tect policy holders and pay all lottos.
BOARD OF DinECTons.-John B. Gordon, A.
Austell, E. W. Holland, J. ;F. Alexander, J. H.
Callaway, J. M. Johnson. Atlanta, Ga.; B. C.
Yancey, Bon]. H. HUI, Robert Thomas. Athene,
Ga.; Wado Hampton, Columbia, S.O.; C. H.
Phinizy, Edward Thomas. Augusta, Ga.: E. E.
Butler, Madison, Ga.: Robert Toonihs, Wash?
ington. Ga.: B. J. Smith. Cuthbert, Ga.; A. H.
Colquitt, Newton, Ga.; Wm. Johnston, Char?
lotte, N. C.;B. L. Willingham, Allendale,S-C.;
W. A. Caldwell, Greensboro, N. C.
OFFICERS.-Jo';t B. Gordon, President; B.
H. Hill. A. H. i jlquitt, vice-Presidents; A.
Austell, E. Holland, Finance Committee; W.
C. Morris, Secretarv.
J. H. MILLER. General Agent,
207i Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
HARDY SOLOMON, Resident Agrnt at Colum
bla._July 24 8mo
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITS OF ?1 A UPWARDS RECEIVED.
INTEREST ALLO WEI) A T THE HA TE Ol
SIX PER GENT. PER ANNUM. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX MONTHS.
PRINCIPAL and Interest, or any part there?
of, may bo withdrawn at any timo-the
Bank reserving the right (though* it will be
rarely exercised) to demand foin teen days'no?
tice if the amount is under SI,OOO; twenty days
it over $1,000 aud under $5,000, or tim tv days
if over $5.000.
Wade Hampton; President.
John B. Palmer, Vieo-Preaidcnt.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W.,McManter, Columbia.
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
E. H. Heinitsh, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Tbomas E. Gr?gg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gre gg, Manon.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mavee, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
DanielItaveuel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others, may hero deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rato of interost there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw iuterctt on their fonda until
they require them for business or oilier pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for future use. are hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their moana
whore they Will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdrawal when
Jos. DA.N-IKI, POTE. A. C. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
A TTORNE YS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN EQIITY,
Office-Law Rang? Columbia, 8. C. Mays
PHOENIX AND GLEANER
Book .'.roband Newspaper Pow ei-Pre es
Hi Mainstrmt.abov?Taylor% .
cour Jilli A. SPFTHT/CAROLINA.
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THE VERY LATEST HEWS,
By Telegraph and Mails, frem all parla of
the World, together with full Commercial
and Market Reporte, besides a vast ara omi t
of m i scella nc cue reading matter, oT inter?
est to all: spicy Communications, Editori?
als and Local Items, Poetry abd Mht?ella
ny, will be found in these publications.
Every iesue of the Daily contains from ten
to fourteen colurnnaof reading matter;the
Tri-wcekly from twenty to twenty:four,
and tbo Weekly thirty-two long columna
making it the LARGEST and CHEAPEST
PAPER tn tho South. An examination of
thoir.merits is solicited.
.3 READER-bo you merchant, manufac
? tarer, professional man or mechanic
before sending any JOB PRINTING to.the
North to bc executed, call ut thc above es?
tablishment and examine the specimens of
work, as well as the stock of material on
hand. Renumber, we are ful Iv prepared
to do any and all kinds ol FRINTIKG,
from a Carte Vinte to a massive Volume, a
30 feet Poster to a six inch Ciicnlar, in
*? plain black, or in fancy colors and Bronze.
S Thc proprietor is constantly making ex
g tensive additions to Ids large etock of ma
?S terial-Type, Treesee, Colored Inks, Card
.S Board, Cards, Paper, Faucv Envelopes.
3 etc., introducing tho LATENT KTYL1S,
* As wo work exclusivclv on the tarCAHa
? PRINCIPLE,"Wa the nattorte of tin <>fhce
w may depend upon having foll justice de ne
to them, in tho way of LOWTIUCES. The pro
o pnetoris apracticalpriuter, altandi-c?oee
'.?S ly to his business; employs only fist class
.2 workmen; the office ie supplied'wit h every
? thing necessary to torn out good work;
pricee are lower than any establishment
Sin this State or even New York-which we
aro prepared to prove. Our lrierde In the
3 countrv may send their ordeis to this crace
,? and rely upon their receiving ?he same at
O tontion and being rilled as promptly and
as cheaply as if given personally.
^2 Travoling fellowmen, botel-iieepers. rail
5 road agents and all who have LETTER
PRESS PRINTING to do, will find it to
H their interest to call. Seeing is believing;
'5 and an examination and conn anton of
9 priceH of the following grade* and Btv lea
of work, will convince the skeptical that
PH eur assertions are correct: Pamphlet*,
u Circulars. Bill Heads. ,Uriels. LaiMcrV
o Blank?. County Officer's Blank?.. I ai.el*,
to Ball Tickt!?, invitation*, bil's ?f Tare,
'C Dates, Railroad Receiprp, I ?ta y Tickets,
g< Hors*- Bills, Posters. Hand-hihr. Podgcis,
U4 Tags.Programmes,Ltttn Beads.Checkt,
P* Drafts, Receipt?, lnbils, Tickete, Notes,
. Show Cards, Catalogue?, Bank Checke,
>-? Wedding. Visiting and Kcsititst Card?,
OP .Vc., of ab styles s,nd sizes, in one. two,.
athree Color* and Droner.
? .9*Bu*incB8 Cards, Programmes sod"
Hand-hills, furnished at prices rsnging
from $2 to 17 rfr thousand, according to
onality. size and quantity. We are fully
.a determined to offer snah inducements to
.?j tiloso in n ant ol PRINTING o? ANY KIND
i-* as to make the capital the great centre ot
H ? printing for South Carolina?
5 rn<1 TH? PFONIX AND
SrwK* (-?LEANER OFFICE the es
iflttfflsfipL tablishment where it can bo
<|iMKSu?r> successfully and satihfacto
^.jBhMM;- riiy acccomplished.
TERMS FOB SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE
Daily Phoralx $4.00: Trl-Weekly 12.50;
Weekly Gleaner $1 50.
Person* residing on the Greenville, Au?
gusta and Charlotte Railroads can receive
the PUONIX, containing Telegraphic Mar?
kets, etc., twenty-four hours ahead ot tho
Freeh Country and Mountain BUTTER,
Pink-Eye and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fine Gothen CHEESE, at G. DIERCKS,
jj an 33_At the Sign of the Wat^h.
fc^/"VRANGE" Brand HAMS, boat in market.
V_/ Pure Leaf Lard.
Fulton Market Brei, Scaled Herrings.
Tickled Salmon. Smoked Tongues, Ac.
For sale t y GEO. SYMMER8.