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^^^??J^^LH By j_ A7 S?LBSf. " COLUMfell. S. 0.7 SATORDAr VfORNlNG. NOVEMBER G, 1869. VOL. V-NO. 19?>^PB?
THE DECLINE: faKS?TJfc'-^The New York
World dilates Oft the '^in^ular condition
of .the gold and Government" bond mar
bets, and the d?^rnwmrd tendency of both
i ti tho greenback quotations. 'Tho World
?pfi^"" ti? .i ? Itqui/' .
**4Tnis downwnrd tendency of Wfe
grccnljftck prices ia viewed by the heavy
and BJUrewd holders of bonds ns an evi?
el ?nee of an improvement in onr Govern -
m eilt credit, which le likely to bring; our
paper currency to n npeoie standard bo
fore ft1 Brest lnpso of tiree. While th csa
are the" views' of rt certain portion of the
community! there1 are others, of Bim il ar
high standing and ihfl??fie?, who favor
tho immediate abolition/ of the legal
ieuder act, and the resumption of specie
payment8 on the California plan of mak?
ing gold tho standard for all prices and
quotin g greenbacks at a aiseount. This
woola annihilate tho gola room ana spe
colatfdns in gold, 'and W?ul? relieve the
natron' from the evils bf a fluctuating
standard for prices depreciated below the
gold value. The qaestrbn'1 bf resuming |
specie* payments, on ?Oins plan by which
rt oitt be done at an ear?t dote, ls much
discussed mftfcng bat^lr^reaha fefcrchants.
Thu iest snit ' before-the ^dpreme Court
?t'?Wi?8hln'gterr-the 'd**Mon in whioh
^rt?postpohed- lost ye?f-^S likely to be
'?ettSea in ' 'Jann ary.' ' TBb opinion pre
?fem*Vrth those well inf ?r^e?: that ?fae
tAWill declar? the legul-fettder act
unconstitutional. This may or may not
be the ease; buv, nevertheless, it is in?
cumbent on ' ?vory prudent' banker end
n?rehune to'p^ar?f forHKe"?vehtusliiy
wftsad? pi."
I!'l>oe^?T U?t^?i?zr^m??f Oaftt,' bf
W%'MO^i?ti?ry J!fec?rtf;l?*Vr?it? facettons
W In?^-expites?r bf trfe* delectable ?ity.
Futters. In'the last nil rubor ;of his paper I
1?ff?et?!?fr thef?ll?wfrigsiiurba: '? ; .
HrTO?<?rty-C?ntteit; will?!please restrict
'ttftTeee of morphino"nW aft explosivo efe-1
ments and order Captain Hendricks tn
place a guard over it at $3,000 ri your. !
' T. J. Mackey struck, morphine this;
week. v ? j
It is said that Mayor Pillsbury has be
cotn?au artful dodger, dodging even al
ball from Colt's revolver-in fact, the j
whole Council can do something in flint j
line.
Query. Was T. J. Mackey arrested for
attempting to murder the Sheriff? or will I
he be allowed to roam at large after vio-1
laliog the laws of thc land?
E. W. M. Mackey will receive tho |
thanks of thc widows mid, orphans, for.
not violating the laws by shooting his j
qnolo.
,, One of the most singular accidents wo j
have had to record for many a year, oe-.
curred at the. residence Of Mr. Yinage, I
near jones' Station, on the lino of the j
Cincinnati, Hanajlton and Dayton Bail
road, last Tuesday night. .A married
daughter, who lives in Kentucky, was on
'n visit to her old homestead, with her
ohild, some seventeen months old. Thc
little one, being hungry, asked for u
piece bf bread, which the mother order?
ed tho servant girl to get. The latter
picked up the child iii.her arms, took a
long carving Knife* frcjoi the.'cupboard,
und^startea down the cellar ateps to the
place where the bread was kept. In go?
ing down, lier foot slipped, and as she
feff, the knife stood point upward on the
steps, tho blade of winch penetrated Lhe
he?/t of the child, producing instant
death.
Koopninnschanp will forward lOOJChi
namen next week to work on the Mem?
phis and Bl Paso Railroad. He says
there are 3,000 ?biuatn?h hi the State
ont of employ merit, und that more are
'returning to ?mrra' than are, at present
norning 'here, owing to /the'approaching
national holiday oFrnd empire.
l.;Tl|cre are ?ow iu the Ignited States
Navy Joqr.irou-oliidfe io commiaaion and
twenty-nine raorf }\i?vt nun be ready for
aaa io two wealth 'Tu?-aiimMr of sailing
national vessels ot all kinds attached to
the navy is hf ty.
A Northumberland woman looked
through a key-bole and sotno one on the
other side thrust a piece of wire through
into her eye. "Death by misadventure,"
WUK the corouer'.s verdict.
Miss Nannie Burrows, a young lady
of pare accomplishments, residing near
Covington. Tenn., was burned to death
lust week by the accidental burning of
bur dresK.
belle Boyd, lute of Virginia, and well
known during tho war from her connec?
tion with the Confoiemte secret service,
bas been Bent to the California Insauc
Asylum.
Unable to dispossess Napoleon of tue
French Empire, the discontented Pari?
sian editors are now endeavoring to dis
prove his right to his name.
A mun iu Newburyport, Mass.. has
been nominated for Representative by
one political organization and for Sena- j
tor by another.
The principal part of the village of i
Swarth ville, California, was burned Octo?
ber 29.
A Memphis jury acquitted a traveler
who ?hot and killed- a hackman for over?
charging him.
Clover Seed.
?^OR es le by .
1 KIHflKU. LOWHAWnv. ? PlflHSS.
Mountain Apples.
JP pian&R, LO^TRAircB A FISHER.
SPKC?AL. .??OT?CJO.-TO parties in want of
Doors, Hanne? and Blind?, ire refer to tho ad
vcrtisoment ot P. P. Toale, the large manu?
facturer of those goods In Charleston. Price
list furnished on application. July 17 Om o
JOT-PHILOSOPHY OP MAURI AGB.-A
NEW COUBSB OF LECTCRFH, as delivered at tho
New York Knso?m of Anatomy, embracing the
subjects: How to Live and What to Live for;
Youth, Maturity and Old Agpj Manhood Geno,
rally Reviewed;Tho Cause of Indigestion;Fla?
tulence and Nervoua Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Cousldered, Ac, Ac.
TLoao loctures will bo forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatomy, 74 West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. _May G ly
THE HEALING POOL.-ESSAYS FOR
YOUNG HEN, who havo fallen into vicious
habits, and now desire a higher life, and abet?
tor Manhood, with certain means of relief for
the afflicted,. Sent bi sealed letter envelopes,
froo of. r.harge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, BOT-P.. Philadelphia, Pa, Sept 25 3mo
S To the Dental Prof?salo?;
THE DENTISTS of Colombia cordially in?
vite their Professional Brethren throughout
tho. State,' to. meet them in DR. THOMAS
MOORE'S OFFICE, Nov ember 10, at 10 o'clock
A. SL.'fofthe purpose ofYorming a 8tate Den?
tal Association. Nov 3
Barks, Pepsin, Cod Liver Oil.
FERRO Phosphorated ELIXIR OF BARE.
Ferro Phosphorated Elixir Of Back with
Bismuth.
.Ferro Phosphorated- Elixir . of Bark with
Strychnia.
Wihe'h'f Pepsin tor Indigestion, DyepepMa.
Powdar of i'opain for Woak Stomach.
Puro Cod Liver Oil for Consumption.
Chlorate of Potash Loge?mes. <? i
Pectoral Fuoiigatorstor Asthma.
Farinaceous Food for Infants.
Solublo Pyrophosphate of Iron and Soda.
Iodized Syrup of.Horso Radish.
Pastilles DlgoetlveY Lirbig'H Extract of Beel
. 'Vichy Salts. ,v ?Caifa Peet Jolly.
Kissiugen Water. Contr?es Water.
For salo by FISHER 3b HEINITSH,
Oct 80 i Chemists and Druneists..
New and Beautiful Goods,
AND USEFUL too. A large ?tock now on
hand of beautiful Toilet articles, of newest
stvlo and quality, and at low pricos. PER?
FUMERY, HAIR BRUSHES, English and
French, hard and soft; elegant English Hard
Tooth Brushes. Infants' Tooth ano* Hair
Brushes, Turkish Bathing Towel? and Gloves,
Toilet So,ps in great variety and of the ducat
quality, and very cheal).
Rubin's newest EXTRACTS tor tho haudker- :
chief. I
Rose and Violet Toilet Powder.
Fine Tornade for the Hair. Unir Restorers
of every kind.
Dressing Combs, ol French Buffalo Horn.
Fine Irorv Combs, Metallic Rack Combs.
Cosmetics for the Complexion,
German Cologue, S?chete in variety.
Puffs and Powder Boxes.
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes. For salo at i
FISHER & ll El NI Tx H'S Drug Store. |
Oct ia
Industrial Iron Works.
THE undersigned, having procured I
>good tools, has commenced a general
Machine business, at the corner of
Wayne and Gervais or Bridge Htrcota, opposite
the Greenville passenger depot, and is now
ready to receive orders for building and repair?
ing all kinds of Machinery, such as Steam En?
gines and Boilers, Circular Saw, Flour and
Grist Mills, Mill Gearing, ?bafting and Pul?
leys, Cotton Press Screws and Irons, Iron I
Railings for Cemeteries and Buildings, Bridge
and other Holts and Nuts of any desired sizes,
and Wrought Iron Forgings. Promptness
guaranteed. J. A. J. DERRICK.
Ort 30 Imo
0t?nese Social Life,
BY Justice Doolittle-illustrated- with some
account of their Religion* Edncation and
Business Customs and Opinions. 2 vols. f5.
Stewart McKenzie's Campaign in China
published in 1842. 50 cr nts*
New Supply Yesterday, To-Day and Forever.
? Sights aari Sensations in France, Germany
and Switzerland, tl.50.
Famous London Merchants. Book for bore.
I Ruler's Rule and Hound in Cevlon. Illua
! trated. Ntl.50.
Popular^Edneation and Tuhlic Instruction.
The Wedding Day in all Age? and Countries.
By Wood. $1.50
My Daughter Elinor. A Novel. 11.25.
Thackeray's Novels, at60 and 75c. For sale at
Aug 10_ DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S Bookstore:
CHEAP CLOTHING,
AT J. SULZB ACKER'S.
M
m
I
C1HKAP DRY GOODS, ut
.' J. SUEZ PACKER'S.
CHEAP HATS AND CAPP, ut
J. KULZUACHEil'S.
CHEAP SHOES AND BOOTS, at
J. BULZB VCnER'S.
? Oct ('. Main tirrel, next Phoenix Qflfrv.
Teas and Coffees,
SELECTED by an expert-Choicest Moyune,
Hyson, Japan and English Breakfast Teas.
Mocha, Old Government Java, Lagnayra and
commun to choice Rio CoffetH. Prices lowand
qnalitv guaranteed. OEO. RYMMERS.
CLOT HING .
J HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
a Very tirge and desirable Stock of Fall and
Winter CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOOD8,
HATS, ,Ac-, whiob I am '.determined to offer
purchaser*) 6u the most rerfeormble ?erm?.
Oct j;t ; .' WM. J. HOKE.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
THE undesigned is prepared
te olA?h and thorough!? rcpiir
.WATCHES Aim JEWELRY, at
?very low rates. His abo? ia on
Main at ree t. opposite Kio ?rd's dry goods sine,
Oot316 A. vo? BEHlaAH.
.-Pi?al Notice-To Tax-Payer*. I
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. |
COLUMBIA, November 4,1869.
RE AT- ESTATE owner?, merchant? and all
others who msy be indebted to tho city.
In any manner whatsoever, are notified that all
claims remaining unsettled, will, on the 15th
instant, 1)0 placed m tho hand? of the Sheriff
for immediate collection.
27ii? notice trill le promptly and rigidly?en?
forced, and delinquents trill govern themselves
accordingly. J. S. McMAHON, City Clerk.
Nov 5 3
Notice.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, November 3, 1869.
PROPOSAIS for supplying tho Alms House
and City Hospital with Frosh REEF, for
the next three months, will be received at this
Office, on or boforo the 16th inst. The prices
of the different parts of the Beef, will be ?tated
in the bid?. Bv order of the City Council.
_Novj410 'J. 8. MoMAHON. City Clerk.
To Wood Contractors.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, November 3,1869.
T>ROP08AL3 will be received at this Office,
Jrfor fnruleliingthe city with 700 Cords Beat
Long Leaf Pine WOOD', for tho City Water
Wcrzs. The wood to bo delivered and corded
ia the yard of the Water Works. Bide to be
handed In on or before the 16th instant.
By order of tho City Council.
Hov_410 J. S. MoMAHON. City Clerk.
To the Pabilo.
HAVING just returned from the North,
>Mwith a NEW STOCK OP SUPERIOR
JnaOODR, for tho custom trade, I am pre
-jULparod to fill orders at short notice and
in tho very latest styles. A better ?tock, in
say line, han never been brought to this city,
?nd having several competent workmen, I
guarantee satisfaction to all. Give me a call.
gepHB ,;,,C. D. EBERHARDT.
A /-\ THE POLLOCK^ HOU8E RES
V^iL?Jr TAU RANT is now hi completo work
^??[?^ in g order. OYSTERS wi ll \>? aorvod
np iO.every stylo and in the best manner. Fa
milice supplied Lu any quantity. ^.'.?I^?
Also. GAME in season; besidesA*flBHuK
REFRESHMENTS of everv kind.igSgEStt
The BILLIARD ROOM i? again in
v " agoperation. Table?, from beat
?^nuHMttme miikor.s. T. M. POLLOCK,
^^f^^J* Oct 28 Proprietor.
DENTISTRY ?
?B??? DR. D. Ii. BOOZER, grateful for tho
Qfl?Oiibural patronage he bps received fioni
the citizens of thin city and tho Murrnunding
District, during the p.ist year, respectfnlly an?
nounces tbut he now permanently ?-?tabl?Blies
himself in Columbia. All operations on the
natural Teeth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL CASES, in every approved method,
carefully and satisfactorily executed-among
which lie would cull sp?cial attention to that j
ItnoVn" aa Reynold -.* ruten! ; and of his ?ne?
ceas in constructing Artificial Canes by thi^ j
beautiful and durable process, be ia enabled, I
with confidence, to refer to his patients and to I
the patentee. Office on Main street, over First
National Rank. Jan 8
REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD
OF CONHTltrCTINO
Artificial Dentures,
Patented ]>ecember. 1867. j
AFTER an extensive use or thia important
improvement in practico for nearly two
years, it ia with full confidence urged upon the
profession and the public, aa fulfilling more
thoroughly and ?atisfttOtorily than any other
modo^every intention of Ard.kial Denture?.
A? i% thia method, rubber teeth are alto?
gether discarded, it is desirable that it should
fall especially into the bands of those familiar
with gold plate work.
It may not be generally known that they
who Wear cases of artificial tf ot h, constricted
according to this patent, by Duntist? who are
notliccuseea, render themselves liable to the
penalty of infringement, se well as the ope?
rator. *
Office right? wiil be disposed of ?nd instruc?
tion g i von by letter, or at the operating rooms
of Reynold? A Reynolds, where the manipula?
tion may be daily witnessed, and where com?
munication? mav be addressed.
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
Ane 12 t Columbia, H. C. _
CO LU MB i ?
Whok?ttle und Ratall
CLOTHING, HAT,
GENTS nraSMAG HOLM,
Main Street, itext to Mr. R. C. Sit i tier's
Dru (h?od* House.
R, ft W. C. SWAFPIELD.
rM.v^> WK have now on baud m
fea?Txrm large and varied assortment^
C?Vd fl IJ Vf the above Goods, boughtv
low for cash, mid will be sold for that commo?
dity, Mt ? Minali advance. Some of our Good?
are our own manufacture, and every garment
we have ir. store has been selected with great
cart , and will be warranted.
IN HATS, we hate alway? been the leaders,
1 Dealingexterisivcdy in thom, wo are enabled to
{Kuli ? Bingle one ur by the dozen st lesa
nrices than smaller honseej
j lu tho CUSTOM DEPARTMENT, wo
jWhave.added to our already large' corp? of
_iH,workmen a Cutter and a Tailor of large
I experience in their line, recently from Paria,
and we are thus enabled to make ? stylo
of Gooda superior to any Goods made in this
State. We have choice and vatted patterns of
English and French CASHIMEBE8, ?nd keep
np to the market in styles.
Shirts, Drawers, Sock?, Handkerchiefs, new
stylo Ties, squaro Nook Handkerchiefs, Tranke,
Valise?, Shawl?, Aa. Oct 24
100 Doten Chopping Axe?,
FOR sale to tho trade very low. by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
'mwMRS- ^LANIGAN respectfully
kmStf?(t n| informa tho ladies <if Columbia
^?n? ILM and vicinity that abo has received
jPVlTjl and would offer for their inspecT
"^ttAlUn tion a very enperior stock, of Mil
?*vm?J?? Hnory in BONNETS, HATS. FEA
r ??^X.THE*RS and PLOWERS, in end
lees variety, after tho very latest fashions,
mid at the lowest prices.
Dr esa-makin g
Attended to, aa asnal, with an assortment ol
Trimmings, Patterns, Ac. Oct 24
To the Ladies-Millinery.
^ MRS. C. K. REED haH open
cd for inspection, tho finest and
X<6<J?CE8I. most fashionable assortment of
fig?H?? FRENCH, ENGLISH and AME
YOmgMlk RICAN MILLINER? ever offered
^ra/W in Columbia. CORBETS. HAIR,
flfififm g)? plai.i or ornamento cl, at all prices;
Vf f\ 7k an assortment of cheap FANCY
fiiM JEWELRY, HATS, Feathers, roal
Vf' Ostrich, Birds of Paradise, <?c. I
will sell low everything in my line. Oct 17 3mo
State ot South Carolina,
Onricn or STATE SCPK?IMTKNUENT EOOCATIOH,
COLOMBIA. October 2?>, 1869.
THE South'?iaro lina Instituthin for tho Edu?
cation of tho Deaf and Dumb and the
blind,-located at Cedar-,Springs, Bpartauhurg
Couulv, S. Cvwill bero-opeced for the admis?
sion of pupils,' on WEDNESDAY, Novembcr
17. 1889. POTIrMirtttation concerning tho ad
mis?ion of pupils, and all otheT>raatters rolat
?iiti to tlu- Institution, address J. M. HUUH
?i'ON, fcupoi intgudcut, Cedar Springs, Spax
tanburg Cottrifv.- Bv order of tho Governor.'
J. K. J?LLBON,-?
Oct 30 io State Supt. of Education.**
vt
?j Minn street, next to Gavins* f?an}:,
WHO ha? just returned be ni the Northern
citien with a ni-w Ktork nf rhoice goods,
comprising Ladies and Cent's lien GOLD and
KILVER WATCHES, an assortment oj Hand-1
eomo Solid Coin Silver Ware: also. Treble
Plated Ware, CLOCKS and FINK JEWELRY i
of rverv description. Especial attention poid
to tho selection of a full stock of FINE SPEC- ;
TAC LES, kbit?b?o tor af] ?ge?. HAIR JEWEL?
RY of every kind mannfactuied to order at low
prices. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry cari fully
repaired by a skillful nieuhauic und wai ranted.
Oct 10
S10.00Q.
For Sale?
? HAT splendid CORN AND COT
MTON FARM, know? as tho "SALU?
DA FORK PLANTATION," situated
nine miles Sonth from Newberry Court House,
S. C., and forty miles from Columbia. The
place contains about eighteen hundred acres
of choice Lands; abont twelve hundred ot
which are open, and the balance woodland.
Bounded on two sides hy "Bush" aud "Big"
Saluda Rivers, it affords a large proportion of
tho moat desirable bottom or swamp lands;
and on Big Saluda River it has one of the
most valuable unimproved water privileges in
the South. The improvements aro an elegant
Two-8tory Framed Dwelling, six or eight Dou?
ble Framed Hoc?ea for laborers quarters,
Stables, Harns, Blacksmith and Carpenter
Shops and other out-houses-all aouud aud in
good condition.. Belonging lo the place, and
propelled by an excellent water power, is one !
of the best Merchant Mills in thc State, having |
tnu netts of forty-eight inch French Burr,
Wheat Stones, and one of time auto for Corn,
with machinery all complete. Also, a No. 1
Circular Saw Mill; Gin House with a seventy
five Kaw Gin;Threshing Hojifje.with an excel?
lent Thresher and Orain Fan; also, a Cotton
Screw. Land? in this section will produce
fi om one to two bake ol' cotton per aero With?
out a doubt.
Terms cash or i tn uqnivalent. Parties wish-:
ing to purebnHO, can soe the place and obtain
further ii.formation by application to Jordan
P. Tool, Etta., Newherrv Court House, S. C.
or address . "H. WARE A SON,
July 4rno . New Orleans. La.
CC'
J. V. ROZEM/.N, President.
I?. F. WILCOX. Secretary.
(lONTINUES to furnish period seuurPy
J aguinit loss or damago hy tire on all kind?
of insurublt? property, at adequate rates.
Agents can be found at every prominent point
in the Southern States, to whom applications
for insurance, mar ba made. Apply to
XL E. NICHOLS k CO.,
_ Oct?7H<Uafl8 ._ Columbia. S. C.
M firemen Lager Beer.
JUST RECEfYED, 5 Caaks-60 Doz. Pinu
of this celebrated BEER, which has boen
ont of market for some time, as the quantity
! is limited. An early ?all, only, can secure a
! supply^ _ QgOBftB HYMMERK.
Frosh Crackers.
JUST received, ? full assortment of fresh
SODA BISCUIT, Sugar Crackers. Ginger
I Snaps, Butter Crackers, Ao , A?. For sale low
I by J. * T. B. AGNEW.
Bibbos & Thomas, Heal Estate Agents,
OFFER their Ber viet H to tho public ab GEN?
ERAL LAND ?GENT8. Will buy and ?ell
Lands, and other proportv, on commission. Mo
sliargc-a until saleB aro effected.
JAMES G. GIBBER,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
_ia5i9 WADE HAMrTON GIBBER. .
Fresh Supplies.
DUTCH HERRINGS,
Frew h Country and Mountain BUTTER,
l'iuk-?jo and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fiae Goshen CHEESE, at G. TJIERCKR,
Jan 23 AMhe 8ign of tho Witeh.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
or
SOUTH CAROLINA
DEPOSPTS OF il & UPWARDS RECEIVED.
INTER ESt ALLO WED A T THE BA TE O
SIX PEE CENT. PER ANNUM, COM
PO UN JOED E VEE Y SIX MONTHS.
PRINCIPAL and Interest, or any part there?
of, mey be withdrava st tay lisio-the
Bank retorting tho Tight (tbongh it will be
rarely crcrcioed) to demand fourteen days'no
tioe if'?heamount ie under $1,000; twenty, days
il ore* .11.000 and under $5,000, or thirty days
if over ?5,000. nmtrr^nn
OFFICERS.
Wade Hampton, President.
John B. Panner, Vioe-Prewidont.
: Thomaa E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Directors.
Wade Hampton,' Columbia.
William Martin, Colombia. . .
F. W. McMftBtor, Columbia
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas. Oolumbla.
E. H,.-Heinirs b, Columbia.
John B. ralmer, Columbia". .' j
Thomas E: Gregg? Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marlon.
G, T. Scott, Newberry. ".*.'"
W. G. Maves, Newberry.
' B. H. Rutledge, Charleston. : j
Daniel Rayenel, Jr.. Charleston.
! Mechanics, Laborein, Clerks, Widows, Qr? '
i pb ans andtotbe,rs may here deposit their eav- f
inga And draw a liberal rate of interest th/re- !
: on. 'PlfthWrw, Professional Mon and Trust?e?
j wishing to. draw intci est on their fund? nu til I
they require them for business, or other pur- I
poses: Parents desiring to net apart small I
1 MI m H 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,) withing to lay
i ?mide funda for future use. arc hero afforded
an opportunity o? depositing their means
I where'tjiey will rapidly sccnniulate, sud, at
' tho same time, be subject to withdrawal when
'< needed. Aug 18
_ TO eet a tip-top, HUMMER
% DRINK ie the OABOblNA HOUBE^
^g.^fcw Wa*hiugton street, jjeitr SninUn-.
B^flfficHAMrAGNE CO?K-TA11,8; Gin,
^.EWpBrlRraudy ?nd WM-key Binaries,
few Ll \?."julcns" and Cock-tailu; Sherry and
^^tm catavfba Cobbl?rs; Claret 8an
gareca; Lemonade and Bod? Waler ; besides
oxcellont Lager Beer. LUNCH every day, at
ll o'clock. R. BARRY. Purveyor.
Tobacco ! Tobacco ?1
l-T4\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
I I f fig ur CH. . \
SO boxeB Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxee Extra Rock City Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tobacto.
10 boxes Rose Bod Chewing, Tobacco.
Ji.lv 20 JOHN 0. BEEPERS.
GEO. HUGGINS'
Insurance Agency,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Representing over $40,000,000 Capital
/r^-EfiTABLJSEEj; VS C'OL?K?iA IN 104'J.IL?
FIRE DEPARTMENT. UL
iETNA FIRE INSpRACK COMPANY, Hart?
ford, Conn. Incorporated 1819. Charter p?r
petr.al. Capital and snrploa $5,800,000. Tho
strongest Fire Inaarance Company in Ame?
rica, f
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of London. Incorporated 1803, Capital $8,
000,000 in Rold. ' Policies -ista?tl payable in
Sold or currency. . Par Tain? of stock, $350.
[arkct value in London (last ?ales) $1,750.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE IN BUR ANGE
COMPANY, Hartford. Conn. Capital and sur
plus $500.000. ' - '
FIRE INSURANCE' AND SAYINGS COMPA?
NY, Richmond, Ya. Authorised Capital $1,
ooo.ooo.. 7JT??
MERCHANTS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY. Hartford, CbnW. <Cafftal and trirplue
$450,000. ' ol ( [di*. .
LIFE DEPARTMENT.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, BajtfcjO, Con?. Incorpo?
rated 184C. Assets Jute .1,18C9, $25,OCO,000;
Surplus June''If 1869; $7,000,000*;'In?ome'fer
istiK. 0 ?0.0(54,oca. Number of Polices? issued,
GO,5QQ. Total claim* by death, paid to date,
?s,500.COU. Annual dividends from50 to 70per
cent. As strong as the strongest in America.
As liberal in its terms as the most liberal. '
ARLINGTON MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Richmond. Ya. 'Assets $600,000.
Dividend declared February, I860, 40 per cent.
As ellong ?s any Life Insurance Company in
Virginia.
Risks taken on favorable terms bv
GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Office in rear of Mosers. Dpfije A Chapman's,
under tho "Cojumbia Hot?L ' Bept 12 2mo
OOKTSOLIDATIOIV.
I?ED?M7 AXD ABLINGTOS LIFE INSURANCE CO., OF fllCIIM?ND, VA.
Ii OJIE OFFICE, NORTH-EAST CORNER MAINAND XI*iii STREETS.
Aftftt-tf? ovrr - - $1,500,000 JV ? t Surplus over - ? - 9500,000 .
t*?llclt-tj Issued In IWO Year?, over - - - . -, s.?tlll
SHOWING a suecnse beyond precedent. Isauce on Mutual, Non-FoiTeitiug and Rt turu I le
mium plans. First Dividend on Life Policies Fort) Per Cent., which proves the economy
ot its management and itu cart ful .?election of rinks.
WM. ?. CARRINGTON.... .President. J. E. EDWARDS...;'.Viei-PreMdint.
D. J. UABTSOOK, Secretary. J. J. HOPKINS, Assistant Secretary. J. h. WULF, Sup. of "Agencies.
SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH OFFICE, AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
J. T. THOMA8. President. 8. L. LEAPHART.(Secretary.
DH. ISAAC BRANCH.Superintendent of Agencies.
BOARD or DIRECTORS.-John McKenzie, John H. Preston, F. W. MeMaster, W. B. Guli?k,
John T. Sloau, sr., Dr. R. W. Gibbes, R. C. Shiver, Tlionipsou Eurie.
STATE AT LABOE.-Ex-Gov. M L. Bonham, Gen. M. C. Butler, Gen. J; I). Kentifdy, Col. T. C.
Perrin, Dr. Isaac Branch, Dr. H. Cook. '. "
The consolidation of the two most popular Southern Companies is full of advantages (o the
policy-holders of both CompanieH. It? expenditurta will bo leas, and with less relative lisk.
Tho future dividends will bo more cn tain, and probably greater in amount, and a better re?
served fund created.
NO RIGHT of old policy-holders will be affected; they will continue to pay the same rate as
before; to bold tho same policies as before; to have the sanie rights, benefits and privileges'as
before, and havo equal present security with greater future benetft than before. All renewals
of old policies will be in name of new Company, under special authority from the respective
Directors of the old Companies.
A NEW CHARTER was obtained with the rights of policy-holders guaranteed, and we call
special attention to the following desirable features in said charter:
"SEC. 2. The business of the Company shall bu to make insurance on the lives of individuals
in all the branches of Life Insurance; to grant, pnrchaae or dispose of annuities or re-inture
ris.Ua."
'SEC. i. Tho business of the Company SHALL he conducted on the plan of DISTRIBUT?
ING TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS THE PROFITS of the buaiuee?, as hereinafter provided,
unless by the consent of the aaanred the policy selected is non-participating."
"Sac. 15. This Company may issue policies ou the lives of husbands and parents, or others
for the benefit of wives and families, or other bt-neficiariee interested in their lives-as atices
tors, desoendanta, creditors or dependen ta, and tho asme shall not bo liable lor the di hts cu
contracts of the sssnred, except an provided in the policies isaacd."
"Bsc. IC. The Company may issue policies payable IN GOLD : Provided, premium* are paid
in the same," .
"Sac. lt!. The permanent investment of funds eh.ill be in mortgages or liena on UNENCUM?
BERED REAL ESTATE WORTH DOUBLE THE AMOUNT LOANED."*
We would also call attention to the rights secured in polity ar part of the contract.
Rights of party to non-forfeitnre in all its policies.
Rights of party to re-iuatatement-paid up policy, and surrender value where "intervention
of armies" or ?ny other cause cuts the insured of! from home office. This feature, omitttd in
policies of Northern Companies, cost the Southern people very heavily in the lato war, and
should make them seek the only Company that provides against auch contingency in future.
Some Companies now havo in their policies, that parties who "take up aims ? gainst" certain
named States, "or thc United States." render their policy null and void This is making cer?
tain what was bofore uncertain, and is too great a mingling politics, war and life insurance.
"The PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON" has a modtl charier and model policy, plainly stating
rights of parties and guartling those rights against sacrifice.
lt- given dividends at the end of fir*t year, when all cash is paid, and of second year, when
part loan is taken. The all cash plan is unreservedly recommended as in every way moat satis?
factory.
Wu now confidently appeal lo every one interested in Foutheru prosperity to look te their
nv?a interests hy snstafninp' their own institution*, sud llwrehv i vtabli?bing that *clf-c?i?ti
j dence without which th*r?< nan be no pe.rmanient p.n>rp< rit>, ?'eur in mind that slreaAy over
I *10 000.C00 rm Oh).nally .-?nf A'o?" h /< r Life htfurnncc, lal.li.j.' < *. nu.cl, fu.in ?.iu -li eng th, ;. I.ll
I theieby j^ivii g additional power to our competitors
We o ff el a solid, leliable Life IiisurtnecC?nip*?iy. thoroughly Southern, ii. th. hMwlr <>i iden
ol tht highent intrg'ity. with abundant ai-aet-, r? cent ri-kf.t!,e mott r?curent bb bivetttu.eiits,
I pledged /<< teta lu within the State of South Carolin-i ult fuud* u -. n itu: (bei ein, ?i.ti. indeed, i re
I aenlhig ev?:rv adv,.nt ig<* timi cab he desired: and <>iih ank ? full . ?xaioiimtioti into iii? Hipe*
rior menu of th- "PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON fd PE INSURANCE COMPANY" to imune
j your patn nu?. LKAPHAUT. JEFFERSON A HANRON.
i (.?ct 21 lum General Ajouta for South Carolitia.
HART & GO.,
i BAR IRON, MILL ROCKS,
PLOW 8TEEL, BOLTING CLOTH,
NAILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
METALS, HOES,
GUNS, PLOWS,
:
i. AND 'GENERAL
HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
WROLRSALR RTORK NO. 39 If A Y NE STREUT,
R KIA IL STORR CORNER KI St; A Nh MARKET STRRE7S,
sent j Oharloston, Ol. O a?

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