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'?^^^\V^mW[ :BY:X Ju ?BQW.r. ...... COLUMBIA. S. 0.. FRTD?T MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1809
Te^ ?l^fe&yTw?*^ ? appears that
two b rot hera uainedi<ftafcc3cs, who had
''%?y!1 ?ot?rterif ti*/ rand,< resisting' .Arrest,
fi?*?pbH Uw^olioe, wo?ndiog a (Fed?
eral eoM?gvj .nar^;.,Connelly, in tho
hand. They thea lolt town, pursued by
.&?0(nfi& bf soldiers, who osottook them
.fti}ct^;tW.inil^,fron> to,T Tho^q^
qrs Gfti?wo ?mweaiateiy turned aad. com
,m^a'FrVilg'-?^ thos'o?diVra, fivo in
tomber,r whorfctor?ed tho fire with their
calmee,1 tailing both of them instantly.
Tba* w,ere, twentymo ^dhtwanty-flvo
ie* resides du thereon Hirer in tho |
;efl^fc>l'O?ayel County, i
. A non-explosive lamp, filled with non
??p?osiv?kvil abd capped with a patent
n%^pWfe btarsfei', explodedin ClCVe
%m^k?'O?io:maiBt???r night. A gentle"
.fe?faaiutf ft haired pieces' of glass
i%/ngvtimKigh.thoToom;''i It waa stand
?wg^torhofa?? MoWMr time,, and was
^^4r%fte*h?^xpt?ea^in- *?T ?be Bea
<b amok Road, ?. wa* grro g iirto Weldon; a
djwnraerffor ono of tho hoi-els, attempted
&%cHih't the train, and ib the ' attempt
foll beiwWn'the^ufe; wWehZ-passed over
him, cubing/both legs:off, and creating
mi^\V!^kS^W^\'^^)a^T/. ,that ho
Cann?t possibly. survive,. ? Ho ia a young
man, absnt twenty-nine "yiiafa bf age,
?MtfHefaAly marHed.^Nbrf?V? Journal
ban V'i<;. ? -ni (tit^iwl i nm i '?
lo JflwJd'i.tUftrjQong broke* lately murder
ed^^liw^artoeiS ?a Manistee, .Mick.,
baa a Tile 'full of miraculous escap os. Ho
^a? -^tM1?^ drowning'three time?,
BUariyiblsw-otriJis head on oe by fie triden?
tal lyjd4seb*rBwg a pistol, aj?ent BO vera 1
.fgfNft^fbfrrffirTi American, pr ison, waa
wrecked ou ?be Baltic, and ' has how
?met id cruel and bloody death m tho ngo
ne* twehty; MsbK <.> ii ?i?J 1 Ju ,.!
n^Jtacauror'Spinner will' reoommeqd in
his^nport:tbftti:4.he amount received and
h?radj^d as /rt^oaaciericeFun^," SPd that
received from the 'hale of specimen frac
'tlortaFcriTT'eHBy which fe not1 rede?mefl,
be transferred to a sinking fund nad-ap
Slied to the payment of tho national
the latter, nearly 323,000. ?fi
TheiAmerican ship JV P. Whitney was
ibi**nt;^ruKipg,, ^jstoimiL' in.Aba indian
of the crew perished. The pap tai ti and
eight1 men secrrred1 rt srriall ' boat, with
Wnaa, ?iftte tvflhr? . days of intense suf?
ferings from :ttM, want of food, they
ral Society, of ,lork District, held on thu
2d;iuet.'iMwitb Maj. A. A. Mc Ken zi o pro
WttMl tba' fallowing persona Were nomi
tfWtedi es delegates to. the State Agricul?
tural Society^ meeting, ot (Jolumhia, on
tholO'lh: Principals-A A. McKeuzie,
'fr'E'TioVry. "Altbrriatcs-J. L. Adams,
JlMfc ?Wilson. .
?t'isisignifioant of the fate ot Ute fif
tden^bta?i?ndmeot..tbat the .rad?cula arc
juatdiscovering that they eau do without
lt Tiley now say tho fourteen! li a UK-nd
ntent gives0'the right df'suffrage to tho
Oefcroaa^feil the Northern Stuten in
which the State constitutions restrict the
ballot to i the- wb ites..
*-A ?ddng girl, daughter of'Mr. Oustave
Jfiller,i cf waveland, Ohio, poUrod somo
coal oil \ipon tbe kindling^ to facilitate
the lightning of a fire on Wednesday.
SlnrrySoring- coals communicated fire to
tm?jWikhe cap exploded, and the girl
vms Wr h ed so terribly that of ter lingcr
ing'in great agony until Friday, she died.
Sums', months sinoo, Dr. Moody, of
WalhUV xh^bd, Arkansas, hud his right
arm"tow off io bis saw mill. T*ost Sat?
urday, on entering (he mill for the first
timo nineo receiving his injury, bis empty
sleeve caught in' a baud, and be was
Whirled over tbe shaft und instantly
kined; . J!
A mau claimi ng to be a minister of tho
Baptist' Church, recently married a con?
fiding young lady in Missouri, and theo
coolly told her that be had eight other
wives, oud that be intended to linvo an?
other in less than three mouths. The
Troy (f\?o.) Herald thinks that he bas
proved'himself ? villain.
A yo?n#dady, whit? going to har wed.
ding, io itotidout, ob Snuday, wa*
thrown, frona the oarritigo and broko her
leg. It wa* prc posed to take her to a
pby Bic?ftn ann have tbe limb set, but abe
refused, Saying she wa? going to bo mar?
ried first. And, as usual, she bad her
way. I ; V - .
It is stated that wbllo several men from
the burning steamer Stonewall waru
struggling for the possession of a bale of
hay, ia tbo Mississippi River, ope killed
another with a knife. AU of them are
supposed to have been lost. ,, j
HHOOKINO AcomiiH?.-~We ?^grebto re
eord the sad and fatal burning: of Basie,
a child of Mr. Rete?JR. .W*!^ aa*A t^o
und-u-half ye.aea, wbi?h tock ?^a^wat bis
residenoe, in PisttefWft. yeaterday? About
10 o'clock.-Richmond Examiner.]
'," UmTfcD STATES. SENATOR FKOU
G o venn or Chamberlain yea tord ny ap?
pointed Hon. ' Lot M. Morrill United
States Senator, to viii tho vacancy caused
by the death of Senator Fossonden.
Hu vit, Purcell-A Co., wholesale dry
dry goods dealer?, and Obendorf &
Lauer, dealers ia Indies' and gentlemen's
furnishing goods, . in Baltimore, wero
burnt ont OD the let.
'A fire in Keir York, on the lat, de?
stroyed lu? planing ond moulding mill
of Ogden & Carpenter; and tho cabinet j
factory of Koymonr & Umberfeed. Loss
7 YOU MAY BB TOQ LATE.-Bo warned
in time. Diseases like Indigestion and Dys?
pepsia are not to be trifled with. Thero is
snob a thing aa being too late in thees mattara.
Inflammation, or Scirrhue Cancer, or aome
other dangerous disease may ensue, when all
restoratives, net matter Jtiow potent, would ho j
ineffectual. Do riot delay thon. When tho
aymptoma of Dyspepsia are first experienced,
resort at once to the great restorative medi?
cine, HOSTET TEH'S STOMACH BITTERS,
and yon will be safe.
Bat fow disorders involvo greater Buffering,
and, if not in itself immediately dangerous, it j
ia the conreo of many deadly maladies. Even '
if it did not tend to greater evil, the mental j
and physical misery it produces is alono a sui
fl cien t reason why no pains should be spared
to prevent or cure lt. In no country on tho
faoe of tho globe is it BO completely domesti?
cated aa in our own, where it ia found in nearly
ovory household. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
BITTERS are universally conceded to be tho
sovereign remedy for this annoying disease,es
they act directly upon tho digestive organe,
correct and tone tho stomach, and giro renew?
ed vitality to the ey a, tom. Acting delightfully
upon the nerves and coothing the brain, ron- I
ders them efficacious SB a mental medicine, aa
well aa a genial stomachic. If taken ae a pre?
ventivo, they will be found particularly well]
Baited to the diecaeea arising from the un?
healthy season of autumn, and their nee will
prevent tho croepiug, unpleasant sensation
often complained of when the chilla are steal?
ing slowly upon tho patient. Oct 31 f?
SPBCUti NOTICE-To partice in want of j
Doors, Sashes and Blinda, wo refer to the ad?
vertisement of P. P. Toals,' tho large manu?
facturer of those gooda in Charleston. Price
list furnished on application. .. July 17 Om o
j<>?-PHILOSOPHY OP M AR RI A GK-A
NEW COUBRH or IXOTUKUS, as delivered at tho
New York Museum' bf Anatomy, embracing tho
subjects: How to1 Ltvo and What to Live for;
Youth, Maturity and Old. Age; Manhood Gene.
raUy Heviownd;(Fhe Cause of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nervous DiBoaees accounted for;
Marriago Philosophically Considered, lo.; $c.
These lectures will ho forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatomy, 74 West Baltimore street,
Baltimero^Md, ., May Cly
THE HKAUVG FOO 1,.-ESSAYS POR
YOUNO MEN, who hayo fallen into vicious
habits, and now desire a higher life, and a bet?
ter Manhood, with certain means of relief for
the afflicted. Sont in sealed letter envelopes,
free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box P., Philadolphia, Pa. Sept 25 3mo
J. F. BOZEMAN, President.
D. F. Witxrox, Secretary.
CONTINUES to furnish perfect security
ngainst loss or damago by fire ou all kinds
ol' insurable property, at adequate rates.
Agents can be found at every prominent point
in tho Southern States, to whom applications
for insurance may be inado. Apply to
H. E. NICHOLS A CO.,
AOetj 17 HCtuflS Columbia, 8.p.
THE POLLOCK HOUSE RES?
TAURANT is now in completo work?
ing order. OYSTERS will bo surved
up in every style and in tho best manner._Fa
miliea nupplicd in any quantity.
Also. GAME in season; beaideai
RFFRKSnHENTS of ovory kind.
The HILLIARD ROOM is again in"
s >? "i "j?operatlon. Tab'es fiona best
fenwnmrtff limiers. T. M. POLLOCK.
^?^[^1f_^ Cet 28 Proprietor.
Agents Wanted-Agents Wanted.
rfH fj rt to #200 per month, male and female.
Un I tj to sell tho celebrated and original
COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINE, improved and perfected; lt will bern,
fell, stitch, tuck, bind, braid and embroider in
a roost suprrior manner. Price only f 15. For
simplicity and durability, it has has no rival.
Do not buy from any parties selling machines
ander the same name as ours, unless having a
Certificate of Agency rigned by us, aa they are
worthless Cast Iron Machines.
For Circulars and Terras, apply or address,
Oct 23 H. CRAWFORD A CO.,
418 Chesnut afreet. Philadelphia. Pa.
MEW YORK AMP ST. WTXI8.
HMS. ROBERTS A
GENERAL VOM Ml MUON MERCHANTS.
PNo. 91 PROMT STHXKT. NEW ?oaa,
AY special attention .to tho purchase ot
Coff??, Sugar, Syrups, Bagging, Rs pe,
Iron, Ties, ete., eto.
BLACKMAIL ROBERTS, CHANDLER A CO.,
300 North Commercial Sfreot, H
304 Levee, St. Loni*, Vc.
GM Ji ERAL QOMMISSIONJfMMUMHSL
.lake tbe parchase of Ragging, Bops. Bacod,
Flonr, Corn and other Western Produits a
speciality, faring olo*e attention"to freights,
contracta and oondttion of gooda. Oct Sf Imo
State ot South Carolina,
OVKICE ?>? STATE SUPERIKTEUDBKT EDUCATION,
COI.USIBIA, October 20, 1800.
THE South Carolina lustitation for tbc Edu?
cation of the Deaf and Dumb and' tho
Blind, located at Cedar Springs. 8parlanbuig
County, S. C., will be re-oper ed for the admis?
sion of pupila, on WEDNESDAY, November
17, 1869. For information concerning the ad?
mission of pupils, and all othor mattera relat?
ing to tho Institution, address. J. M. HUGH
STON, Superintendent, Cedar Springs, Spar
tanburg County, By order of the Governor.
J. K. JILTJ80N;?^
Oct 80 10 State Supt. of Education.SI
Pj/fliii street, nen io Savings Bank, "
WIO has Just rclurned'froin the Northern
cities with a now stock of choice goods,
comprising LadioB and Cent's fino GOLD and
SILVER WATCHES, an assortment of Hand?
some Solid Coin Silver Ware; ateo. Trchlo
Plated Wai o, CLOCKS and FINE JEWELRY
of every description. Especial attention bald
to tho select iou of a fnll stock of FINE SPEC?
TACLES, suitable, for all ages. HAIR JEWEL?
RY' of overy kind manufactured to order at low
prices. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully j
repaired bv a skillful mechanic and warranted.
Guns. FiatolB, Sewing Machines, Etc.
THE subscriber has nu hand a large asea
mont of Sh xor'd, Wilson's, Grover A Ba?
ker's, eta, SEWING MACHINES; also, a tine
assortment of Fngliah and Golman GUNS,
PISTOLS, CUTLERY, CARTRIDGES, DOOR
BELLS, etc., which wdl bu sold lower than at
any othor place in thecity.
Sewing Machines, Guns, Pistols, Locks, etc.,
repaired at tho shortest umice, and all work
warranted. F. A. SCHNEIDER,
Sept 25 Main street.
THAT aphmdid CORN AND COT?
TON FARM, known as the ,,KALI>!
.DA FOltK. PL?NTATlON/'aituated.
nine miles South from Newberry Court Hesse,
8. C., and forty miles from Columbia. The
place contains about eighteen hundred aeren
of choice lands; about twelve hundred of |
which'are open, and the balance woodland.
Bounded on two sides hy "Bush" aud "Big*'1
Saluda hivers, it affords a largo proportion of
the most desirable bottom or swamp lands;
aud on Big Saluda hiver it bas ono of the
most valuable nuimproved water privileges in
tho South. The improvements are an elegant
Two-Story Framed Dwelling, six or eight Dou?
ble Framed Houses for laborera quarters,
Stables, Bams, 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 ono
of tho best Morchant Mills in the Stale, having
two sett? of forty-eight inch French Bqrr
Wheat Stones, and one of same size for Corn,
with machinery all complete. Aleo, a No. 1
Circular Saw Mill; Gin Houso with a aovonty
tive Saw Gin; Threshing House, with an excel?
lent Tim ahur and (?rain ian; also, a Cotton
Sereu. Lauds in this section will produce
fiom nue to two bales of cotton |KT acre with?
out a doubt.
Terms cash or its equivalent. Parties wish?
ing to purchase, eau sec the place and obtain
further information Ly application to Jordan
P. Pool, Esq., Newberry Court House, S. C.
or address H. WARE A SON,
July 9 imo * New Orleans. I>a.
THE Proprietors take pleasure In announc?
ing thiselsgantly-famished Establishment |
now open for the accommodation of guests.
The table wiUalways be supplied with every
delicacy of the' season-both frohl.the New
York and Charleston markets, and no '.floria
will be spared lo give perfeet satlsfacHon.'in
o very respeet, to eur patra?a. FREE LUNCH
in the refectory every day from ll until IS);
, JConaUia .Applies. . " ? ( > O
VTtOB mie by S ' ???!.?* 1 1
JC FISHER, LOWRANCE Jt FISHER.
? ? ? i F ? ?? \ '-? ? ? ? j- -
The frew Theory of Health
HEIMITSH'S QUEEN'S DEL1GITTI
THE Life of ali Flenh is Blood. The Health
of Lifo ia purity of Flesh. Without parity
of Blood, no Flesh can bc freo from disoaso.
Is now a recognised household Medicino of
remarkable romedlal powers, invented ?nd
compounded by the Proprietor, which he ha?
called by tilo ohphontons ?oubrlqfcet
"QU B.??N.*8 D El* IGHT."
ITS CoNHTm'KNT PBOPERTIES.
QUEEN'S DEL?OUI lar an sn alterative, produc
l -ing'* gradual change in the
HKINITSU'S fonctions of organs, as to
permit a healthy action to
Mike tho place oi-diseane.
QUEEN'S DET-XOH-S X? doobatruent hy itbdivorai
S? aft action; removes obs true?
lle NIT* H's lions, reduces inflammation
and enlargemojntj of the
glands and viacera. .
Qrr.uN'rt P^LIOHT Ts an Tn vigor ant and Tonic;
it produces a gent?o and
permanent Wrasstoaeat 'otali
tho vital, actions observable
in the functions of organic
nsrtriTsn's life; and ie, therefore, ad
missablo in dise&Bes of th?
Stomach, Liver and organa
QUEEN'S PKLIOUT ls a stitr~ sating, alterative
diaphosetio, promoting* per?
spiration, removing bunion
In the blood, producing a
ll EI NITS n's healthy action of the skin,
removes Boils, Pimples
Blotches and CuUuuoq
. . eruptions.
QUEEN'S 1) EU OUT la aperient, gently acting
? upon tho bowels, thereby
removing effete matter, pro
ducing ajfcalthy feeling o
jlKiNiTt-u s ?t^. aifgaajhr- ?nd hoad
Ilead?|lfrwS?ftfl nervous dis
ordCrs-aro cured by its PBO
QUEEN'S DKLIOIIT IS expectorant, increasing
r , "jB^^tWs^Jtr-am tb?
r-,jf maglia membrane* of tb?
?,:ori|p *hd paBaagcB o
?lEomwn'H tterasps;'dp-kasisisits dis
?Ph* high appveoisttoii niVbiSh it ls held b;
tttc praffteaion and the golden opiwlon? of UK
u-eople, and thcffwiasyWwCTinrtWalH, will maki
it a desirables mediciue for Druggists to ktc|
constantly on hand.
The sick, feeble and thone In delicate health
and all persons living in warm climates, am
all uuacclimated, will und the
A gre t medicine, protecting them from al
those diseases which orig?nalo in a had couch
Lion of thu blood and cit.untie influences.
For Bale by Druggists throughout the State
The trade supplied bv
FISHER A H BINI TH FT, Colnmbia, 8. C.
PLUMB* M'.ITNKR, AngUSta, Qa.
J. H. ZEILEN A CO.. Macon. Oa.
JOHN F. H EN lt Y, New York.
MANSFIELD A HIOBEE. Memphis,Tenn.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAY A COWDEN,
Aug 61 _ . philadelphia.
Ayer's Oatbartic Pills, for all the Pur
poses of a Laxative Medicine.
^ PEItHAFS no on
medicino ie HO uni ver
^hW salty required hy ever
_^^M^_^gr' . body au a cat li ar tic
^^-^HHBSjK'] nor was ever any be
? jS/ fore so univcrsall
I *\ vfoftSSl adopted into nee, i
LljVy C ^CjjSy/ every country an
Vj^*J/ among all classes, a
-r -jjissaaiBwKjFei. : thia mild but efheien
-n^HM|HdSPS^rureatiT0 FILL. Tb
-. obvious reason itt, tim
it is a more reliable and far moro effectue
remedy than, any other. Those who hav
tried it, know that it cured them; tbofo ?h
have not, know that it cures their neighboi
and friands, and all know that what it doc
once it does always-tbat it never fail
through any fault or neglect of its compos
tion. We have thousand* ur-on thousands <
certificates of their remarkable cures of tb
following complaints, but Hitch cures ai
known in every neighborhood, and we nee
not rubi.nh them. Ad ipted to all ages an
conditions in all climates; containing ueith?
calomel or any deleterious dmr., they may t
taken with safety by anybody. Their engl
coating preserves them ever fresh and muk?
thom' pleasant to take, while being pure
vegetable no. harm can ari HU from their use j
i They operate hy their powerful influeifce c
the internal visocra to purify the blood ar
stimulate it into healthy action-remove tl
obstructions of the stomach, bowelH, liver ar
other organs of the body, rehtoring their irr
gular action to health, and by corrcctin
wherever they exist, ouch d?rangements as a:
the first origin of dinoase.
Minuto directions aro given in the wrapp
on the box, for the following complaint
which theso PILLS rapidly cure:
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Listlessnet
Languor and Loss of Appetite, they should 1
taken moderately to HI.muli.tc the utoni'o
and rentero its healthy ton?; and action.
Por Liter Complaint and its various svm
toms, liilious Headache, Sick Headache, Jau
i dice or Orten Sickness, Tiilious Colic andi
?icu.-' Peters, they Hhould Do judiciously taki
for each case, to correct thc diseased a ct ii
or remove the obstructions which cause it.
For DyseiU er ry or Dianhwa, oat one mi
dose is generally required.
For Rheumatism. Gout, Gravel, P tl/dtati
of the Heart, Pain in the Side, Sack anil Lah
they Bhould be continuously taken, as i
quired, to change the diseased action of t
system. With such chango those complain
For Dropsy autl Dropsical Swellings, th
?diould be taken in large and frequent do?
to produce the effect of a di astic purge.
For ?ttepprcwrtr? a birge dose should
taken, as it produces the desired effect
As a Dinner Pill, take one or two Pil's
promete digestion and relieve the stomaob.
An occasional dose stimulates the stoma
and bowels into healthy action, restores t
appetite, and Invigorates the system. Hen
it is often advantageous where' no serious r
rangement exists. One who feels tolera!
well, often Hods that adose of these Pt
maka?kim feel decidedly better, from tin
destining and renovating effect on the digest?
Dr. J. C. AYRR A CO.. Prue?|r?t Chrml
BsptS ZqWBLi;MASS:, U. fi, A, timi
Jos. DANIEL Pots. ' A. Q, H AS S SEX
AttfQJtM&x'a .Al T LA W
? siro '
'. SOLICITORS IN EQ,mTT,
Ot&oe-Law Rang? Coombia, fi. C. May I
(Jibber * Thorne*, Beal Estate Agent?,
OFFER their fiervioee (otho public a? GEN?
ERAL LAND AGBNT8. Will boy sud selH
Landa, and other proportion cornnaiseiou. No
. JOHN T?. THOMAS, "?vii
Jantfl WAD? HAMPTON GIBBES.
Fresh Count rv sad Mountain BUTTER,
Pink-Eye ?nd Fea?b-Rlow Planting Fotntooe,
Fine Goshen CHEESE, at G, DIERCKK,
Jan 23 , At thc Sign of the Watch.
TlTIZEH?' SAVINGS BAHE
DEPOSITS OF tl A UPWARDS RECEIVED.
I INTEREST ALLOWED AT THE ilA TEO
BIX TER CENT. PER AJEN UM, COM
PO UN DEI) EVERY 81X MONTHS.
"QRTNCIPAL and Interest, or any part thcrc
Jj ot, may bo withdrawn at any time-tho
Rank reserving the right (though it will he
rarely exereiBed) to demaud fomteen days'no
tico if tho amount is under $1,000; twenty days
ii over i1,000 and under $5,000, or thirty days
if over $5,000.
Wade Hampton, President.
John B. Palmer, Vico-Preeidont.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. BJ Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wado Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Colombia.
F. W. McMaater, Colombia
A. C. Hankell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Colombia.
E. ?, Heinitsh, Colombia. "
John iL-PwJmcV, Columbia. '
. Thomas'B. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli.Gregg, Marion. .
. >:.&i?*i^jMinitti . ? ?.'?!
W. G. Mayes, Newberry, r
B. H.-'Rhtf?dge1 Cb?Tleetoh."
Dani?lEaVouol. Jr.. Charleston. I
MjCclianicH,, Labqrprs. Aylarks, Widows, Or?
phans' and oUiurs may here deposit thur sav?
ings and draw ?liberal rato ol Interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funda until
thoy ruciuiro them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to net apart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minora Cvhoao deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in qaae of death, by
their logal representatives,) wishing to lay
asido funda for future UBO. aro hoi'o afforded
an. opportunity ; of depositing their mean*
where they will rapidly accumulate, and,nt
tho Rame time, bo subject to withdrawal when
needed. Aug* 18.
riEDHOXT A\'D ARLUGIM UFE I
Ani;tti'oV?r -- - 91.500,OOO ,'
ll Polirl?-? lilied In two Years-, tv
ROWING a snocess bi?vond precedent. 1 Issn
O minni plans. First Dividend on Life Folien
ot ita management ?nd its careful selection of i
WM.' C. CARRINGTON.President.
D. J. HABTSOOK, Secretary. J. J. HOI>KINR, Aaei
SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH i
J. P. THOMAS.t.President. S.
DR. ISAAC BRANCH.
BoAitD OF DmECTona.-John McKenzie, Joli
John T. Sloan, sr., Dr. R. W. Gibbes, R. C. Shiv
STATK AT LABOB -EX-GOT. M L. Bonham, Ge
Perrin, Dr. Isaac Branch, Dr. H. Cook.
Tho consolidation of the two moat popular Sou
policy-holders of both Companies. Its expend?
The future dividende will be more certain, ami
served lund created.
NO HIGHT of old policyholders will be affect
before; to hold tho same policiea as before; to h
before, and have equal present securitv with gn
of old policios will be in namo of new Company,
Directors of the old Companies.
A NRW CHARTER Was obtuined with ?ho rig
special attention to the following desirable feat
"SEC. 2. The business of the Company eball h
in all tho branches of Life Insurance; to grant
"Sac. 4. Tho business of the Company SHAL
INO TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS THE PROF
unless hy the consent oj ihe assured the policy i
"Ste. 15. This Company may issue policies ot
for the benefit of wives and families, or other b<
tors, descendants, creditors or dependents, and
contracta of the assured, except aa provided iii
' SEC. 18. Tho Company may issue policies pa
in tho Rame."
"SEC. IC. The permanent investment of fond?
BES KI) HEAL ESTATE WORTH DOUBLE TH
We would also cali attention to the rights sec
Mights of party to non-forfeit ure in till ita poli
Bights of party to re-instatornent- paid np pa
of armies" or any other cause cuts the insured
policies of Northern Companies, cost the Soul
?ii ou ld make them sock the only Company tba
Some Companies now have in their .policies, that
named States, "or the United States." render til
tain what was before uncertain, and ia loo gr?ai
"Tho PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON" has a
righi* of parties and guarding those rig/Us agaim
lt give? dividends at the end of tirot year, wh
part loan is taken. The all cash plan launrcser
Wc now confidently appeal to avery one inter
own interests, by sustaining their own instil mil
dence without which th? re ran be no per ma mi
*10 00P,IKD0.nn annually tent Xor hfor ?.?fe l?*u
thereby ?i\i. g additional power to our compel i
We offer a solid, reliable Life lean coonee Comp
of the highest integrity, with sbundant assets, i
pledged ton tain within the State of South Ultrolih
?eniii.g every advantige that can be desired; an
rior merita of tho "PIEDMONT AND ARL1NG1
Oct 21 Imo
Vi WHOLESALE STORE N
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?37 JUL-lbj i PfiAGS "
Washing ton : * s tr n* t/ rient- 80 m te r.
OHAWA-OM? ?Q&rTAIM;. Qta,
Brandy ?.nfl \V~Hlskey Smashes,
Julep* and Cock tails;: Sherry and
_ Catawba Cobblera; Clare t Ban -
gareos; Lemonade ana 808a water; besides
excellent Lager Beer. LUI CH every day, mt
ll o'clock. IL BARfiY^nrryoy.
Tobacco! ,;Pobfto?o,i.I -c ;,, ? .?,
fJ?i BOXES' COMMON T^ACCO, At low
30 boxea Fair Chewing Tobacco, rv 1 - '
4 boxes Extra. Rook City Chewing Tobacco
4 boxes Commonwealth Chowing Tobacco.
L .10 boxes Roso Bud Cb 0 VT jj
July 26 JOlj
COLUMBIA, B..a,".: : v
Representing otter $40,000,000 Capital
jay F KT uni SH ELD rw CoLTjitii A TN ?84a.*?a
FIBS DEP^R TM ?MT.
?ETNA FIRE INStTRAOE COMPANY, Hart?
ford, Conn. Incorporated 1819. Charter per?
petual. Capital and surplus 46.300,000. Tho
strongest Fire Inenranco C?mp?ny fri Ame?
rica. .1 "' ? ..; f Ufl .ntlU?. tIJOkJ
IM FERIAL FIIIF, LS8UdlANCE COMPANY,
of London. Incorporated 1803." 'Capital f8,
000.000 in gold.. Policies, issued pay abb? in
gold or currency. Par value, of stock. 1250.
Market value in London (ladt 8aleB>.??;7S0V
NORTH AMERICAN ;I'TBE 1INSU?L*kNOE
COMPANY. HartforcL ConnTCapltaT?nTaur
pins #500.000. J tt?T 10 T?-.' f. 5T>ll
FIRE INSURANCE AND^AVINOS COMPA?
NY, Richmond, Va. Authorized Capital fl,
000.000. . - zrr
MERCHANTS' TIBS INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, Hartford, Coom. ?Capital/ and eurplus
1150,000. . . 1_uUioiiiiiiLJulleTSr^
. LIFE mmSSi^Mvj L^I
CONNECTICUT MTOTALilSE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY. mrtfo^rcTCoh?. .Inc?nJo
ratod 1840. As?ete Juno 1,-I809M2^W?;000;
Snrplns Jorie 1,18G0,. S7,OO0,000rTncomo for
cent. AH strong as- the strongest1 m America.
As liberal in ita terms.aa tho most liboral.
ARLINGTON MUTUAL UTE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Richmond,, Va. Assets *600,COO.
Dividend declared February, la?9, 40 per cent.
As strong as any Life' Insurance Ccmparjv in
.Virginia. - il 1 ?l??n ? ' J
lti:il;a taken on favorable.tern?B by ii i A oJ
"GEO. HUGGINS. AgsnK
' Offlce ln rear of HesfH, Daffie A Cb?pman-s,
under -the ''ColnmTbia Hotel." . Sept 12 2m o
:? ATION7 .Wh . -. ,, ,?t
mum C(K, ?FRl?^ fi,
VER -MA IN A XU NipTtfSTRE&tS. j 7
Wet Surplus ovfr - fffi $500,000
ver -'. - -, ?'- ',^ *;i?,aop
ep on Mutual, N6n-r?oif?itiug'as3 Return Fre
'H Forty Per Cent., which prqvbsthe economy
J. E. EDWARDS..Vice-president.
?tant Sccretaiy. J. E. WOLV, Sup. of Ageuejos
OFFICE, AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
. Superintendent of Agencien,
in S. Preston, F. Vf. MeMaster, W. D. Culik,
er, ThompBon Earle. . u
n. M. C. Butler, Gen. J. D. Kennedy, Col. T. C.
them Companies is foll of advantages to tho
tures will bo lees, and with lesa relative risk.
I probably greater tn amount, and a better re?
ed; they will continue to nay the same rato as
ave tho samo rights, benefits and privileges as
nater futuro benoft than before. All renewals
under special authority from the respective
hts of policy-holders guaranteed, ?nd we call
un a in said charter:
e to make insurance on the lives of individuals
, purehaae or dispose of annuities or re-iueur*
L be conducted on the plan of DISTRIBUT?
ES of tho bnsim se, as hereinafter provided,
selected is non-participating."
1 the lives of husbands and parents,.or other*,,
neflciaricB interested in their lives-aa ance?
tho same ?ball not be liable for thc debts or
tho policies iasutd."
yablo IN GOLD : Provided, premiums are paid
i shall be in mortgages or liens on UNENCVM
E AMOUNT LOANED."
m ed in polity os pai l af the contract.
hoy, and surrender value where "intervention
ofl from home office. This feature, omitted in
hern people very heavily, in tbs late war, and
t provides against hitch contingency in future.
; partioH who "tu ko up arms > gainst certain
icir policy null and void This is making cer
t a minding politics, war and life insurance.
model charier and model policy, plainly stating
cn all casu ie paid, and of second year, when
ved ly recommended as tn ovdry way moat satis*
eated in Sonthorn prosperity to look to thMr
nus, and thereby establishing that t-elf-conll
nt prosperity. Lb HI in mind that already wver
ininre, taking m much from <>nr strength', ?int
tors ' 011 .
any, thorough)} Sont hem. in tim bm.IK bl mell
??rent risk*, the' mo?t ??.-curt: of ab.invi MI p enta,
m nil fnnds accruing therein, and, Indi ci', pre
1] we onlv ask a full examination i??o the snpe
ON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY*'tn inanis
LBAPHAtlT, JtFFEiinON A HANSON.
(Ulierai Agents for South ('arelins.
0. 89 ll A YN? STREET,
m A NH MARKET STREETS,
rOIl, ?. O Sra