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''Let our Just Censure
BY J. 4, SELBY
COLUMBIA. S. C.. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 18?9.
VOL. V-NO. 180
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ea-Book and Job Printing of all kinda
promptly and faithfully attended to.
Mr. Doutwill, est tUe Finance?.
Tho lato speeob of tho Secretary of the
Treasury nt Philadelphia is notable alike
for what it says and what it does not say.
It is remarkable as con tai ning the most
explicit declaration of th? policy of the
administration in regard to the payment
of tho public debt, principal and interest,
in co in, which has yet been given to tho
co d? try. Mr. Bo ut well said "he was
aware of the differences of opinion as to
the payment of the publie debt in the
manner contemplated by the administra?
tion, and would therefore) state, in a sin?
gle sentence, the administration's entire
?olicy wish regard to the public debt as
e comprehended it. It was that tho
debt was to be paid, principal and inte?
rest, according to the terms of the con?
tract, i? coin, Or that which men will
receive aa the equivalent of coin, without
any abatement whatever." This is far
more explicit than the language of the
Chicago platform, framed by the conven?
tion which nominated Gen. Grant foi
the Presidency. It ia much more to thc
purpose than anything said in either of
the political platforms adopted by thc
twq great partioa. We pointed out at
th?time the ambiguous character of thc
phraseology used in each, and while not
assuming anything else than good faith
for either, commented upon the impro?
priety of employing terms upon suoh r
subject which might admit of a double
construction. Both parties agreed sub
Stant'allv that the debt must be paie
"according to tho terms of the contract '
But what were those terms? That wai
precisely the question that men were led
to answer for themselves, according tc
their own notions of what was just oi
expedient. It was this ambiguity in thc
Democratic platform which enabled Gov
Soymoqr and Mr. Pendleton to staue
sirle, by side upon it. It was the same
ambiguity in the Republican platforu
which, while it satisfied the bond-bold
ing interest at I tho Eastward, did not of
fond the non-bond-holdiug tax-payers ol
Mr. Boutwell deserves the credit of bc
in g moro frank and manly in the d?fini
ticm of what ho conceives to be the tm
policy of the administration and the dut;
of thexpnutry. To the doubtful pbra*
"tern??cf the contract*' he adds the une
quivocal interpretation "in coin." Ii
regard to the obligation of the Govern
ment to pay its io toroa t, speedily accru
ing from time to time, in gold, ther
could be no question, because the prc
mise was express-this express pro vi bi o
growing but.of- the fact that at the tim
o? the pendency ci the legislation authc
ribing the loans, the Government wt
also busying itself with the issue cf eil
culating notes with which to carry on tl
war. Was the obligation soy the lei
binding in regard to this principal, bi
cause at the time of con erecting the del
nobody had thought of. stipulating e:
presaly for its pay mont in the far f utui
in gold? Under what had always bee
implied from the constitutional provisic
on the eubjeot of coining mouoy and r
gnlating its value, suoh a stipulation he
never been deemed necessary befor
All debts of the United States, when n<
specifically provided for otherwise, we
understood to be payable in coiu or i
equivalent. Contracts which are clear
implied are just as obligatory in moral
and as between man and man will bo e:
forced with no less readiness by tl
courts than those which are expr?s
Mr. Boutwell does not understand th
in this respect there is any different ru
iu morality or law for the Governme
and for individuals.
But the Secretary's speech is no lc
remarkable for its omissions than for i
statements. It is notable as a spee
upon the subject of the national finauci
made by the highest financial officer
the Government, in which there is rt
one word, from beginning to end, in i
ference to the possibility, or the desi:
bility even, at any foture day, of a :
turn to specie payments. Mr. Boutw
discusses the present financial sys te
pretty well, but he discusses it as if
were the only or the permanent policy
the Government. He seems to thi
that "sufficient ipr the day aro the e\
thereof," and that it is no part of ]
business to be devising plans or ron
dies for the morrow. All his suggestif
havo reference to the present only, a
imply that as wo are doing to-day
shall contiuue in tho future. This rx
be very well for the bc>nd?Uolde.rs,
that large class of commercial peo
who, having profited aud grown rich
tho existing system-a system of m<
strously expanded credits, one bei
heaped upon the other-havo no des
that any change should bo made in th
day, or else dread the possible cost o
return from a period of inflation to
reiluced standard of gold values. 1
has Mr. Boutwell no crumb of corni
to dispense to tho much larger clase
tax-payers of moderate or scanty men
noel those who live by their daily t
whom the present system tends onli
impoverish? For these there is si
consolation iu the ll.itte.ring picturo
Secretary draws of the ability of
country to go on and pay taxes and
its debts; and his speech is not the c
evidence he has giveu that after all h
but a surface-doctor merely, and that
skill extends no further than the pr
ration of ponltiees and salves for the
t en lal sores of the body politic and
to tho suggestion of a remedy for its
eases, or the adoption of means desi ti
to work a radical ourc. That policy
tbat practico which will bring the Go?
vernment credit io par, making its paper
equal to gold, is tho ono thing needful.
Nothing short of it is satisfactory.
Jim Nucks, tho colored driver of the
express wagon of Messrs. Hosseltine &
Chafee, of Lancaster, for a number of
years, died very suddenly on tho night of
the 11th. He was a faithful servant nnd
had won the confidence of all who knew
..HOW CHILLY THE EVENINGS IN
OCTOBBR r*? _Tbi? is a common remark, yet
how fow think of the danger of cxpoaing them
Helves to their influence? In all low, maraby
localities Ague and I"evor prevail at thia sea?
son of tho year. lu this diaeaeo there ia inva?
riably moro or less derangement of the liver
and digestive organs. The remedies usually
reaorted to have reference to preventing the
paroxysm or breaking up the chills. If thia is
effected without removing the cause, a relapao
is inevitable. HOSTE TTE R'S STOMACH
BITTERS Btrike d-'rectly at the foundation of
the evil, by actir on the liver and correcting
digestion. The cause being removed, the
paroxysm will oeaes, and the chilla cannot re?
turn. When the patient ia weak and debilitat?
ed, tho BITTERS should be reaorted to, aa
they will strengthen and tone the stomach,
allay all nervous irritation, and infuse renewed
animation intthe hitherto drooping spirits,
without entailing tho danger of re-action.
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS ia
truly a preventivo .medicino, rendering even
tho feeblest frame impervious to all malarious
influences; and, as a stomachic and anti-bi?
lious medicine, it ia incomparable, and no one
who valnea bia health can afford to do without
it. Fortify tho system with thia intcatimablo
tonio and in vigoran t, and the "Chilla of Octo?
ber Eveninga" will have no '.error for yon.
THE HEALING FOOL..-ESSAYS FOR ]
YOUNG MEN, who have fallen into vicious
habits, and now desire a higher lifo, and a bot?
ter Manhood, with certain means of relief for
tho afflicted. Sent in sealed letter envelopes,
free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box P., PHlLAOELrniA, PA.
_ Sep t25^__3m o
49>PHILOSOPi*LY OF MAILRIAGK-A
NEW Cou usn OF LECTUEES, aa delivered at the I
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tho
subjects: How to Live and What to Live for;
Youth, Maturity r .d Old Age; Manhood Gene?
rally Reviewed;Tue Cauae of Indigeation; Fla?
tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, Ac.
Those lectures will be forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatomy, 74 West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. May G ly
SI>ECIA|7KOTWE~.-fo particsin want ot
Doors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to the ad?
vertisement of P. P. Toale, the large manu?
facturer of those goods in Charleston. Price
list furnished on application. July 17 9mo
Consolidation of Stock.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. R. CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 24, 18C9.
THE undersigned is now prepared to issue
Certificates of Stock in this Company, in lien
of the Stock of the Charlotte and South Caro?
lina and tho Columbia and August a Railroad
Compauiea, in accordance with thc terms of
Consolidation, adopted by the Stockholders hi
Joint Convention, July 8, 1809, viz:
"Each share of stock in thc Charlotte anel
South Carolina Railroad Company shall bp
converted into a sharo in the consolidated
company; and ev'ery four and one-half shares
of stock in the Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road Company shall be converted into a share
in tho consolidated company; and where, in
tho last named apportionment, fractions of a
share may result, the owners thereof may, at
their option, completo tho unit by paying for
the necessary additional shares of Columbia
and Augusta Railroad stock at tho rate of
112.50 per share, or they may receive pay for
their surplus abares at the same rate."
Stockholders or their legal representatives
aro required to surrender thc old Certificates,
when applying for the new.
C. n. MANSON,
Sept 24 Secretary and Treasurer.
rji\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
30 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxea Extra Rock City Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxe?? Roso Bud Chewing Tobacco.
July 20 JOHN C. SEEOERS.
FRUITS IN AND OUT OF SEASON.
LEMONS AND ORANGES,
A fresh lot of finn French Confection
erv-something rich, rare and palatable.
Fresh Nats, Almonds and Raisins.
Dessicated Cocoanut, Sicily Lomon Sugar.
Toys, Toys. Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys,
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
CAKES and PIES- fresh and made to order.
Pure CANDIES manufactured daily.
Croquet Sets-a lino, healthy, eut-door exer?
Thc aubscribor, jntonding to give his friends
and customers a chance to keep cool, lins de?
termined to reduce the price of CREAM for
the balaneo of tho season.
Cream per quart, 75 cents.
Cream per plato, 20 cents.
Cream por half plato, 10 cents.
Lemonade and Fruit Beverages, 10cents per
Call and bc convinced of the correctness of
the above. J. MCKENZIE,
June 4_Main Street.
ALL persons having demands against the
estate of ROBERT N. LEWIS, decoaaeiL
will present them properly attested, ?nd all
persons indebted will make payment, within
three months from date of thia publication, to
DANIEL B. LEWIS,
Oct 10 ml3 Qualified Executor.
Chinese Social Life,
Bl* Justice Doolittle-illustrated-witheomo
account of their Religious Education and i
Brininess Customs and ?pinion8. 2 vols. $5. ;
Stewart McKenzie's Campaign in China
published in 1842. 50 cents.
NewISupply Yesterday, To-Day and Forever.
Hight? and Sensations in Franco, Germany
and Switzerland. $1.50.
Famous London Merchants. Book for boys.
Baker's Rifle and Hound in Ceylon. Illus?
popular Education and Public Instruction.
The Wedding Day in all Ages and Countries.
Bv Wood. $1.50
My Daughter Elinor. A Novel. $1.25.
Thackeray's Novels-nt 50 and 75 cents.
For salo at DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S
Sights and Sensations
IN FRANCE, GERMANY, Ac. $1.50.
Hilt to Hilt, by Surry, of Eaglo's Neat, $1.50.
Five Aerea Too" Much, by Rooseveldt, a very
pleasant and instructivo book, $1.50.
How Crops Grow, for all agriculturalists, by
ProfoBSor Johnson, $1.50.
Old Town Folks, a novel, by Mrs. Stowe, $2.
The Wedding Day in all Ages and Countries.
Stretton, a novel, by Kingsley, 40 cents.
Tho Villa on tho Rh'iDe, by Auerbach.
He Knew Ho was Right, by Trollope.
Thc Malay Archipelago, itu Inhabitants and
Animals, finely illustrated, full of information.
European Vineyarda, by Flagg, $1.50.
LiddonB' Bampton Lectures, London.
Tho Virginians, Tho Newcomea, cheap edi'
tiona Thackeray's works and other new books.
For salo at * BRYAN & McCARTER'S
Jnno 30 Bookstore.
THAT splendid CORN AND COT--^
TON FARM, known as the "SALU-Sfc
.DA FORK PLANTATION," aituatedZS.
nine miles South from Newberry Court House,
8. C., and forty miles from Columbi?. The
place contains about eighteen hundred acres
of choice lands; about twelvo hundred of
which aro open, and tho balance woodland.
Bounded on two sides by ''Boah" and "Big"
Saluda Rivers, it affords a large proportion of
the most desirable bottom or swamp lands;
and on Big Saluda River it bas one of the
moat valuable unimproved water privileges in
the South. Tho improvements are an elegant
Two-Story Framed Dwelling, six or eight Dou?
ble Framed Houses for laborers quarters,
Stables, Barns, Blacksmith and Carpenter
Shops and other out-houses-all sound and in
good condition. Belonging to the place, and
propelled by an excellent water power, is oue
of the beat Merchant Mills in tbc State, having
two setts of fortv-eight inch French Barr
Whoat Stonca, and one of saran size for Corn,
with machinery all complete. Alao, a No. i
Circular Saw Mill; Gin House with a aeventy
flve Saw Gin; Threshing Honac, with an excel?
lent Thresher and Grain Fan; also, a Cotton
Screw. Lauds in thia section will produce
from one to two hales of cotton per acre with?
out a doubt.
Terms cash pr itu equivalent. Parties wish?
ing to purchase, can see the place und obtain
further information by application to Jordan
P. Pool, Esq., Newberry Court House, 8. C.
or address " H. WARE A SON,
July 0 lino * _New Orleans. La.
Syf\ CASES California CHAMPAGNE, nw
?J\J nufachtred from (he pure atid unadulte?
rated juice of Ute Grape, and ranch superior in
flavor and quality to the many chemically pre?
pared and spurious imitations now offered to
tho public. Price per case of 1 dozon tjnarta,
$15.00; or, 2 dozen Pints at $10. Ternis canh.
Aug ll J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines, Etc.
THE subscriber has on hand a large assort?
ment of Singer's, Wileon's, Grover A Ba?
ker's, etc., SEWING MACHINES; also, a fine
assortment of English and German GUNS,
PISTOLS, CUTLERY, CARTRIDGES, DOOR
BELLS, etc., which will be Bold lower than at
any other place in tho city.
Sewing M Khines, Guns, Pistole, Locks, etc.,
repaired at Ibo shortcut notice, and all work
warranted. F. A. SCHNEIDER,
Sept 25 Main street.
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agents,
OFFER their services to the public as OEN
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Landa, and other property, on commission. No
:harg(8 until sales arv effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 10 W"ADE HAMPTON OIBBES.
? f\(\ LRs. Choice SMOKING TOBACCO,
1.UU "Xorth Star."
50 Boxes Chewing Tobacco, consisting
of tho finest and lowest gradea. "Some rtry
(hoiee." Just received and for sale by
Aug IS _J. A T. R. AGNEW^
" THE FI.AOX3 99
TO get a tip-top SUMMER
DRINK is tho CAROLINA HOUSE,
Washington etreet, near Sumter.
ACHAMPAGNE COCK-TAILS; Gin,
(Brandy and Whiskey Smashes,
'Juleps and Cock-tails; Sherry and
Catawba Cobblers; Claret San
garees; Lt monado and Soda Water; besides
excellent Lager Beer. LUNCH every day, at
ll o'clock. R. BARRY, Purveyor.
City of Columbia Bonds.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Co LD MB IA, Angas? 12, 1869.
ALL over-due Bonds, Coupons and Interest,
and all Bonds issued since lat January,
1867, bearing aix per cent, interest, or the city
of Columbia, will bo converted into seven per
cent. Bonds, on application at this office, in
conformity with a resolution of City Connell.
Ang 13 J. 8. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
Ayer's Cathartic Fills, for all the Pur?
poses of a Laxative Medicine.
PERHAPS no one
medicine ie so univer?
sally required by every
body ag a cathartic,
nor wa? over any be?
fore so universally
adopted into use, in
every country and
among all classe?, as
this mild but efficient
purgative PILL. Tho
** obvious reason ie, that
it is a more reliable and far moro effectual
remedy than any other. Those who have
tried ii, know that it cured them; those who
havo not, know that it cures their neighbors
and friends, and all know that what it does
once it docs always-that it never fails
through any fault or neglect of its cemposi
tion. We have thousands upon thousands of
certificates of their remarkable coree of tho
following complaints, but Buch eurea are
known in every neighborhood, and wo need
not publish them. Ad ipted to all ages and
conditions in all climate?; containing neither
calomel or any deleterious drug, they may bo
taken with safety by anybody. Their sugar
coating preserves them over fresh and makes
them pleasant to take, while being purely
vogotable no harm can arise from their uso in
an v quantity.
They operate by.their powerful inflnenco on
the internal viscera to purify tho blood and
stimulate it into healthy action-remove tho
obstructions of the stomaoh, bowels, liver and
other organs of the body, restoring their irre?
gular action to health, and by correcting,
wherever they exist, such derangements as aro
the first origin of disease.
Minute directions aro given in tho wrapper
on the box, for the following complaints,
which these PILLS rapidly onrc:
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Listlessness,
Languor and Loss of Appetite, they should bo
taken moderately to stimulate the stomach
and restore its healthy tone and action.
Tor Liver Complaint tn? its various symp?
toms. Bilious Beadache, Hick Headache, jaun?
dice or Oreen Sickness, Bilious Colic aud Bi?
lious Fecers, they should be judiciously taken
for each case,to correct the diseased action
or remove the obstructions which cause it.
For Dysenterry or Diarrhcr-a, but one mild
dose is generally required.
For Rheumatism, Gout, Gravel, Palpitation
of the Heart, Pain in the Side, Back and Loins,
they should be continuously taken, a? re?
quired, to change the diseased action of the
system. With such change those complaints
For Dropsy and Dropsical Swellings, they
should be taken in large and frequent doaes
to produce the effect of a drastic purge.
For Suppression a lurge dose should be
taken, aa it produces the desired effect by
As a Dinner Pill, take one or two Pills to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach
and bowels into healthy action, restores the
appetite, and invigorates the system. Hence
it fa often advantageous where no serious de- i
rangeaient exists. One who feels tolerably
wei), often finds that a dose of these Pills
makes him feel decidedly better, from their |
cleansing andrenovating effect on the digestive :
Dr. J. C. AYER Ai CO.. Prnrllcal Clirmllr,
Sept3 LOWELL, MASS.. JJ. S. A. t4ino |
?The New Theory of Health
IIEIHTSITS QI'EE VS DELIGHT!
THE Life of all Flesh is Blood. The Health
of Life is purity of Flesh. Without purity
of Blood, no Flesh can be free from disease.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Is now a recognized household Medicine of
remarkable remedial powers, invented and
compounded by tho Proprietor, which he has
called by tho euphonious soubriquet
1T8 CONSTITUENT FROrEUTIES.
QUEEN'S DELIUHT IS an an alterativo, produc?
ing a gradual change in the
UKI sn.sn's functions of organs, as to
pur m it a healthy action to
tako the placo of disease.
QUEEN'S D ti.IO HI II deobstruent by its diverti
v ?d action; removes obstruc
HEINITSH'S kiona, reduces inflammation
and enlargement of tho
glands and viscera.
QUEEN'S DEI.HUIT IS an Invigorant and Tonic;
it produces a gentle and
permanent excitement of all
tho vital actions observable
in tho functions of organic
HEINITSH'S life; and is, therefore, ad?
missible in diseases of the
Stomach, Liver and organs
of digest ion.
QUEEN'S DELIGHT ls a ?tin?' .?ting, alterative
diaphosetic, promoting per?
spiration, removing humors
iu the blood, producing a
HEINITSH'S healthy action of the skin,
removes Boils, Pimples,
Blotches and Cutaneous
QUEEN'S DEXIOUT lu aperient, gently acting
upon tho bowels,' thereby
removing effete matter, pro?
ducing a healthy feeling of
HEINITSH'S the stomach and head.
Headache and nervous dis?
orders are cured by its Dee.
QUEEN'S DaLIUHT IS expectorant, increasing
the secretion from the
mucous membrane of tho
air colls and passages of
HEINITSH'S the lungs, or assists its dis?
charge; is, therefore, a re?
medy, combined with Cod
Liver Oil, in all cases of Con?
sumption, Colds, Ac.
Tho high appreciation in which it is held by
tho profession and tho golden opinions of the
people, and tboir many testimonials, will make
it a desirable medicino for Druggists to keep
constantly on hand.
The sick, feohle and those in delicate health,
and all persons living in warm climates, and
all unacclimated, will find the
A gre t medicine, protecting them from all
those diseases which originate in a bad condi?
tion of the blood and climatic influences.
For sale by Druggists throughout the state.
Tho trade supplied by
FISHER A HEIN1TSH, Columbia, S. C.
PLUMB A LEITNKR, Augusta, Qa.
J. H. ZEILEN A CO., Macon, Ga.
JOHN F. HENRY, New York.
MANSFIELD A II IO BEE, Memphis, Tenn.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAY A COWDEN,
THISjnst'y celebrated brand of VIRGINIA I
FLOUR can always be obtained at store of
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Representing over S?O.OOO.OOO Capital
?JTE.STAULISUED IN COLUMBIA IN.1849. "40
iETNA FIRE INSU RACK COMPANY, Hart?
ford, Conn. Incorporated 1819. Charte r por
p'etual. Capital and anrplnB $5,300,000. Tho
strongest Fire Inaurance Company in Ame?
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of London. Incorporated 1803. Capital $8,
000,000 in gold. Policies issued payable in
gold or currency. Par Taino of stock, $260.
Market value in London (last sales) ? 1,750.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE'
COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. Capital and sur
FIRE INSURANCE AND 8AVING8 COMPA- |
NY, Richmond, Ya. Authorized Capital $1,
MERCHANTS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPA- I
NY, Hartford, Conn. Capital and eurplus
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. Incorpo?
rated 184C. Asset s June 1,1869, ?23,000,000; '
Surplus June 1, 1869, $7,000,000; Income for
18G8-9 $9,064,068. Number of Polices issued,
60,500. Total claimB by death paid to date,
$8,500,000. Annual dividends from 50 io 70 per
cent. AB strong aa the strongest in America.
AB liberal in its terms as tho most liberal.
ARLINGTON MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Richmond, Va. Assets $600,000.
Dividend declared February, 1809, 40 per cent.
AB atrong as any Life Insurance Company ID
Risks taken on favorable terms by
GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Office in rear of Messrs. Duffle A Chapman's,
under tho "Columbia Hotel." Sept 12 2mo
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK"
-. ? .
DEPOSITS OF $1 & ?PWARD8 RECEIVED.
INTEREST ALLO WED A T TUE RA TE O
SIX PER CENT. PER ANNUM, COM?
POUNDER EVERY SIX MONTES.
PRINCIPAL and Interest, or any part there?
of, may be withdrawn at any time-the
Bank reserving the right (thongh it will be
rarely exercised) to demand fout teen days'no?
tice if tho amount ia under $1.000; twentv days
it over $1,000 and uudtr $5,000, or thirty dava
if over $5,000.
Wade Hampton, President.
John B. Palmer, vice-President.
Thomas E. Gregg. Cashier.
John C. B. ?Smith, Arsiatact Cashier.
Wade- Hampton, Columbia.
William Mat tin, Columbia
E. w. McMaetcr. Columbia.
A. C. Haaktll, (.'"'umida.
J P. Thom?s. f'ohiti:b:a.
E. Il lleinitsl . Columbia
John B. rainier, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Manon.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mavee, Newberry.
B. H. Butledge, CharleBton.
Daniel Ravenel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborera, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Plantera, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their fnnds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to set apart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for future nee. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
whero thoy will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdrawal when
Southern Life Insurance Company,
PURELY A SOUTHERN INSTIT UTI OK.
ASSETS - - - - - - - - 9.100,000.
INSURES Lives, find promptly adjusts and
pays lushes. Its principal business is with
Southern states, and to them it appeals for
patronage. It ha? ample moans to fully pro?
tect policy holders and pay all losses.
BOARD or DiiiECToas.-John B. Gordon, A.
Austell, E. W. Holland, J. F. Alexander, J. H.
Callawny, J. M. Johnaon. Atlanta, Ga.; B. C.
Yancey,"Beni. H. Hil), Robert Thomas, Athens,
Ga.; \\ade Hampton, Columbia, S. C.; C. H.
Phi i. i? v, Edward Thom na, Ar.gnsta, Ga.: D. E.
Butler, Madison, Ga.; Robert Toombs, Wash?
ington, Ga.; B. J. Smith, Cuthbert, Ga.; A. H.
Celquitt, Newton, Ga.; Wm. Johnston, Char?
lotte, N. C.;B. L. Willingham, Allendale,S. C.
W. A. Caldwell, Greensboro N. C.
OFFICERS_John B. Gordon, President ; B.
H. Hill. A. H. Colqnitt, Vice-Pr?sidents; A.
Austell, E. Holland, Finance Committee; W.
C. Morris, Secretary.
J. H. MILLER, Genera) Agent,
207) Broad street. Augusta, Ga.
HARDY SOLOMON, Resident Agent at Colum?
bia^ _Ju,v_2? 3_m?_
Nickerson House Hotel,
'JOL.UMHIA. S. C.
THE undersigned having re?
newed his IcRse upon the above
POPULAR HOUSE,will enden
_Ivor to make it one of the moat
agreeable Hotels in the Smith. A call is soli?
cited. Free Omnibus to and from thc Hotel.
July 9 WM. A. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
~ COLUMBA HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE Proprietors take pleasure in announc?
ing thia ciegantly-furnished Establishment
now open for the accommodation of gneata.
The table will alwaya be supplied with every
delicacy of the aeaaon-both from the New
York and Charleston marketa, and no effort s
will be spared to give perfect aatiafaction, in
every res pe? t, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH
in the refectory every day from ll nntil 12$.
CHOICE G KEEN AND BLACK
10 cases Italian Macearon!,
Yoong America ami Cutting
Ereah Country Butter,
Er i m o Leaf Lard, '
Extra Family Flour-!n baga and barrels,
Hocker's Self-Raising Flour,
Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa,
Superior Cider and White W?ne Vinegar,
Java, Lag uara and Rio Coffees,
Orange Sugar-cured Hams, >
Breakfast Bacon and Country Cored Hams
Jeffreys' and McEwen'e 8c?tch Ales, , ,
Barclay ft Perkins' London Porter,
Catawba Wine and Champagne,
Heidsiek Champagne ana Claret,'
All fresh, and for sale low by
June 4_E. ft G. D. HOPE.
THE PHOENIX AND GLEANER
Book, Job and Newspaper Power Bress
West side Main Street, above Taylor? .
COLUMBIA. SOUTH CAROLINA.
BEFORE sending JOB PRINTING to the
North to be executed, call at the above
establishment and examine the specimens, of
work, aa well as the stock of material. We are
fully prepared to do all kinds ot PRINTING,
from a Carte Visite to a massive Volume, a SO
feet Poster to a aix inch Circular, in black?or
in fancy colore and bronze. The proprietor is
cone tant Iv making additions to bia large atock
of material-Type, Presses, Colored Ink, Card
Board, Carda, Paper, Fancv Envelopes, etc.,
introducing LATEST STYLES. Aa we wOrk
exclusively on the ?WCASH PRINCIPLE,-??
patrons of thc office may depend upon having
full Justice, in the way of Low PRICES. Tho
proprietor ia a practical printer; employs first
clasa workmen; the offico supplied with every
thing neceasary to turn ont good work; and
pricealower than any establishment in thia
State. Our friends in the country may send
orders to thi*office and rely upon receiving ?he
same attention and being Ailed as promptly
and as cheaply as if given personally.
Traveling showmen, holel-kecpers. railroad
agents and all who have PRINTING to do,
will find it to their inteitst to call. An exa?
mination and comparison ol prices of the fol?
lowing gradea of work, will convince e very one:
County Officer's Blai kt. ~lTt\>?V* Bianka,
Invitations, l's! K of Fan-, baili ead Receipts,
Dray Tickets, Hai^ 1 s.i.k e^^^s^
Wedding, Visiting and Business Cards, Ac.',
Catalogues, of all styles and aizee, in one,
two, three Colore sud Bronzi.
sarbusiu? sa Card?, 1 rog) ?u.n'.es and Hand?
bills,furnished at prices ranging from ?2 to S7
per thousand, according to Quality, size and
quantity. We aro determined to offer anch
inducements to those in want 01 PItlNTLNG of
ANY KIND as to make the capital the great
centre of piloting foi'Foul h Carolina, ard the
PHONIX AND GLEANER the establishment
where it can be satisfactorily acce< mplisbed.
18 6 3
THE VERY LATEST NEWS,
By Telegraph and Mails, from all parta of the
World, full Commercial and Market Reporta,
tu .tides a wist amount of miscellaneous reading
matter, of interest to all: spicy Communica?
tions, Editorials and Local Items, Poetry and
Miscellany, will be found in the DAILY and
- * TRI-WEFKLY PHONIX ?nd
,ofap~ WEEKLY GLEANER. Every
HS^MM issue of the Daily contains from
;.."ttr^ejflL ten to fourteen columns of read
tffiWWfgWL lng matttr: tho Tri-woekly from
^ffiliasaiS^ twenty to twenty-foor, and the
Woeklv thirty-two long colnmna-making it
the LAUGEST and CHEAPEST PAPER in the
South. Specimen copies furnished.
TERMS FOR SIX MONTHS. IN ADVANCE.
Daily tl.OO; Tri-Weekly $2.80; Weekly tl.60.
Persona residing on the Greenville, Charlotte
and Augusta Railroads, can receive the PH? ?
NIX, containing Telegraphic Marketa, etc., 21
boure ahead of the Charleston papers.
J l'I.I AW A. SELBY,
_Oct 7_Editor and Proprietor.
FOR Wrapping and Pattorn Cnlting, for
aale at PHONIX OFFICE. Aug 19