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tiHS&iBte uv T A ST?T.KT noT.TTMHTA. fl. Ol. STTNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7. 1869. t?Oh. V-NO. 1HL ^^^i?&t??^hSL^1^
-'' YEarnnDAY's E&Eerroh'a.-Th 3 cont cet
of yesterday is over! bat the smoke of
? -the battle aaa net sufficiently cleared
away to determine with accuracy the
precise resolte. In this State, the D?mo?
cratie Stat? tidkot appears to havo been
elected by a majority of at least ton
thousand, and in almost every county
there oro reports of radical losses os
Compared with the Tote for Grant. Gen?
eral Sigel ran ahead bf bis tioket, in this
land other largo cities, and bis total vote
will probably exceed that cast for Mr.
, .Greeley or aoy other candidate ou tho
radical ticket. At this ' writing (3 A. M. )
the Democrats appear to have secured a
majority in each branch of the State
L?gislature, though fuller returns may
accord a majority in the Senato to the
radicals. The Demoorats, however, havo
; gained two Senators-ono in the eleventh
and pue in the twenty-eighth district.
' The returns of the vote on the new State
lJ constitution ?re too meagre to judge of
' ' Ita: Alie. Most probably? it has been
: rejected; and, possibly, tho judiciary
. : e|auae may have been adopted.
Jq Massachusetts, the Democrats have
" ' ?oApftrfy, reducing handsomely, but
? ?ir?4 overcoming, the .radical majority,
from .nearly seventy thousand last your
-Pf ten, or fifteen thousand this year.
' . Maryland, of course, and Now Jersey,
' jr^banly,' hare be*n Oarriod by the Demo
I Thee Western States, which held eleo
the rad^a.- New Torie World, Nov. 3.
..'' 4 THB:DKATH or Sra RIOHABD GBOBVK
, KOR, TEE Il?CHEBT M AN IN ENOLAND.
Richard Grosvenor, Marquis of West?
minster, died, in London, on Sunday.
' ' B?ly Tn thb last century, ono Sir Rich*
i! tra Grosvenor married ' Miss Molly
Davies, the daughter of <a gentleman of
.0 flinch landed property in the county of
Middlesex, and, in ? few years, in conse?
quence of the tide of fashion settiug
Westward, found that this same small
landed estate was probably, for its size,
destined to be almost the most valuable
in England. It now forms Grosveuor
-1< Square and the adjacent streets. Eighty
years, ago, about the time when George
III was making improvements at Buck?
ingham House, now a palace, which had
been purchased as Queen Charlotte's
dower house, tho swampy gre-nd be
? tween Hydo Pnrkcorner and the Thames
( -was offered, for ?15,000. He declined
it, and it vas subsequently purchased by
the Grosvenors. Mahy years after it
came into their possession, a very eutor
'.; prising builder, Mr. Oubitt, persuaded
id tko great banking house of Smith, Payne
AJBiaythe to advance money to him for
i drainage and building purposes, and thus
arose "Belgravia." which, when tho
leases 'fall io, will probably yield thc
I present Marquis of Westminster ?100,
000 a year.
---? . ?
English travelers bound for Russia arc
warned by the home journals not by any
i\\ i inadvertence to wrap their hair brushes
ff jp a copy of the Times or of Punch. A
. decree, lately issued, orders custom house
. officers throughout the empire, to arrest
any tourist, in whose effects they disco
I ' var written or . printed paper, and send
,i i him to tho nearest town for trial. If he
I ie convicted of attempting (o' int rod nco
forbid Jon printed matter, he is liable to
fifteen years' in Siberia; if he has carried
in his portmanteau an attack on tho Em?
peror, the ukase declares that he shall be
'. executed. The usage has hitherto been
less sevore, 4drsuspected papers being at
.once destroyed, while the traveler was
. allowed to proceed on his journey.
' Mrs.'Stowe's disgusting slander of tho
dead, is atlast effectually refuted by the
Sreduction of friendly letters from Lady
tyron to Mrs. .Leigh. The New York
Tribune, which cac hardly bo accused of
any harshness of feeling or prejudice
against the anthor of Uncle Tom's Cabin,
gives its conclusions in the following em?
phatic sentence: "We eau imagine only
one kind of evidence capable of upset?
ing the conclusions of these letters-and
that is a confession by Mrs. Leigh,
which, it is fair to presume, Mrs. Stowo
cannot produce, or wc should have heard
of it long ago. "
General Don Piutt is not jubilant over
the Republican success in Ohio. He
writes to bis paper, tho Cincinnati Com?
mercial, that there never wus a fight in
Ohio so fiercely contested by the Repub?
licans as tbe last. "Tho land rung with
speakers and was flooded with docu?
ments. The Republican losses indicate
coming defeat unless we tuke A now de?
parture. As the fifteenth amendment
takes the negro out of politics, tho future
issues will be of a financial sort, nod then
where ore we? Put your house in order,
my Republican friend, for to-morrow von
die."
There ia no revolutionary soldier now
on the pension list. Thu whole number
' of widowH of tho revolutionary war sur?
viving is 887. Of widows und childrou
of .soldiers who served in the wars subse?
quent to the revolution and prior to 1861,
there ara now 1,298 on Hie rolls, n de
fcreaso ot only five since the last annual
report. Those who married prior to
1860, and to whom a stipend of $100 ad?
ditional was granted by the Act of Feb
rnary 18, 1867, sre ninety-three, ot whom
eight resido ip Virginia.
Solomons' Bitters, an Antidote to Ma?
laria, prepared by A. A. Sol om ou s & Co.,
druggists, Savunnah. Ga. 018 6
SpeolAl NotioeBi.
SPECIAL NOTICE-To parties in want of
Doors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to the ad?
vertisement Of P. P. Tonio, the largo manu
factnrer of those goods in Charleston. Price
list tarnished on application. July 17 Om o
"YOU MAY BB TOO LATE.--Be warned
in time. Diseases like Indigestion and Dys?
pepsia aro not to ho trifled with. There is
such a thing as being too Jorsin t hosnmatters.
Inflammation, or Scirrhus Cancer, or ?\omc j
other dangerous disease may ensue, when all
restoratives, no matter how potent, would ho
ineffectual. Do not delay then. When tho
symptoms of Dyspepsia aro first experienced,
resort at once to thc great restorative medi?
cino, HOSrETTEB S STOMACH BITTERS,
and you will bo safe.
But fow disorders involve greater suffering,
and, if not in itself immediately dangerous, it
is the source of many deadly maladies. Even
if it did not tend to greater evil, the mental
and physical misery it produces is alone a suf?
ficient reason wfiy no pains should be spared
to prevent or cure it. In no conn11 y on the
face of the globo is it so completely domesti?
cated as in our own, wbero it is found in nearly
every household. HOBTETTER'S STOMACH
BITTEBS are universally conceded to bo tho
sovereign remedy for this annoying disease, as
they act directly npon the digestive organs,
correct and tone tho stomach, and give renew?
ed vitality to tho system. Acting delightfully
upon tho nerves and soothing the. brain, ren?
dors them efficacious as a montai medicine, as
well ar. a genial stomachic. If taken as a pre?
ventivo, they will bo found particularly well
suited to tho diseases arising from the un?
healthy season of antumn, and their use will
prevent tho creeping, unpleasant sensation
often complained of when tho ohills aro stoat
ing slowly upon tho patient Oct 31 tO
JW PHILOSOPHY OP BI AUIII AGE_A
NKW COUBBB OF l>ECTritBS, as delivered at tho
Now York Mus?um of Anatomy, embracing the
subjects: How to Livo and "What to Live for;
Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gcne
J rally Ruviowed; Thc Cause of Indigestion; Fla
I tulenco and Ne rvous Diseases accounted for;
I Marriage Philosophically Considered, <tc, ?o.
These lectures will be forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatom v, 74 Weat Baltimore street,
Baltimerc, Md. _ May 0 ly
THE HEALING POOL. -ESSAYS FOR
YOUNG MEN, who havo fallen into vicious
h ahite, ?md now desire a higher life, and a bet?
ter Manhood, with certain means of reliof for
tho afflicted. Sent in sealed letter envelopes,
freo of oharge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box P., Philadelphia, Pa. Sept 35 3mo
To the Dental Profession.
THE DENTISTS of Columbia cordially in?
vito thoir Professional Brcthrun throughout
tho State, to meet them in DR. THOMAS
MOORE'S OFFICE, November 10, at 10 o'clock
A. M., for tho purpose of forming a Kt at o Don?
tal Association. Nov 3
"N?CKERSON HOUSE "
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the South for comfort
_ land healthy locality, is now
i open to Travelers and others eoeking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
! nico, airy rooms on roasonahlo terms. "A call
j ?H solicited." My Omnibus will bo found at
tho different depots-pai-tjcnfjers carried to
and from tho Hotel free of charge.
I Nov 3 WM. A. WRIGHT.
! C. F. JACKSON,
1 Agent fm- E. Mutterick fi Co.'s celebrated
IPATTEBSS OF GARMENTS
For LadieB, Misses, Boys and
. Little Children.
BRYAN Sc McCARTER
HAVE just received a new and completo as?
sortment of
Euglish and Classical SCHOOL BOOKS;
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Blank
Books for merchants and publk officers; Cap
Nott? and Lotter Papers; Pocket-knives. Gold
Pons, Writing Desks, Pocket Rooks, Photo?
graph Albums.
ALSO,
Pocket and Family BIBLES, all prices, com?
mon Prayer Books and Hymn Books, for all
denominations, of every style of binding. For
sale at low prices-wholesale and retail.
Industrial Iron Works.
THE undesigned, having procured
4K?*jgood toola, has commenced a general
\?r Machine business, at the corner of
Wayne and Gervais or Bridgo streets, opposite
tho Greenville passenger d? pot, and ?B now
ready to rccoivo orders for building and repair?
ing all kinds of Machinery, i<nch as Steam En?
gines sud Boilers. Circular Saw, Flour and
Grist Mills, Mill Gearing, Shading and Pul?
leys, C<)ttoii Press Screws and Irons, Iron
Railings for Cemeteries sud Buildings, Bridgo
and other Bolts and Nuts of any desired size?,
and Wrought Iron Forgings. Promptness
guaranteed. J. A. J. DERRICK.
Oct 30 Imo
Chinese Social Life,
X>Y Justice Doolittle-illustrated- wHbsome
JL* account of tboir Religions Education and
Butin?es Customu and Opinions. 2 vols. $5.
Stewart McKenzie's Campaign in China
published in 1812. 60 cents.
New Supply Yt eterday. To-Day and Forever.
Sights and Sensations in France, Germany
and ^wilzerl8nd. $1.50.
Famous London Merchants. Book for boys.
Baker's Hifle and Houud lu Ovlon. Illus?
trated. $1 50.
Popular Education and Public Instruction.
Tho Wedding Day in all Ages and Countries.
BvWood. $1.60
My Daughter Elinor. A Novel. $1.26.
Thackeray's Novela, at 60 and 75c. For salo at
Aug 10_ DUFFIE jj CHAPMAN'S Bookstore.
Beer! Beer!!
SOME dealers in thia city have hf on in doubt
that I oonld hold out supplying them with
aocr this aummwr. I now Inform the pnblio
tat I Imvo a largo simply of cl? Lager Beer
eil hand, which ? put against any Beer brought
' from the North, or .?von imported from Ger?
many, aa to purity and strength.. I am ready
to test lt by the Beer scale. _
Aog 20 JOHN C. S?EGERS.
Final Notice-To Tax-Payers.
CITY CLE H K'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, November 4,1869.
REAL ESTATE owners, mord?an tn and all
o to v IM who may bo indebted to the city,
in any manner whatsoever, are notified tb at all
claims remaining nnsettled, will, on tho 15th
instant, bo placed in the hands of tho Sheriff
for immediate collection.
Thia notice unit be promptly and rigidly en?
forced, and . delinquents wu'l govern themselves
accordingly. J. 8. McMAHON, City Clerk.
Nov 5 . , 9
Notice.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, November 3,1809.
PROPOSALS for Bupplving tho Alma Honan
and Oily Hospita! with Frosh BEEF, for
tho noxt threo months, will bo received at thia
Oftice, on or boioro tho 16th inst. Tho prices
of tho different parta of tho Boof, will be statud
in tho bide. Bv order of the City Council.
Nov 4 10 J. 8. MoMAHON, City Clerk.
To Wood Contractors.
CITY C LE BK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, November 3,1869.
PROPOSALS will bo received at thia Office,
for furnishing the city with 700 Cords Root
Long Leaf Pino WOOD, for the City Wator
Worka. The wood to bo delivered and oorded
in tho yard of tho Water Works. Bids to be
handed iii on or before the 1 Gt h instant.
By order of tho City Connell.
_Nov 4 ?O _ J^ajjloMAHoN, City Clerk.
To the Publie.
HAVING lust returned from tho North,
^-t?wit? a NEW STOCK OF 8UPEBI0R
TO GOODS, for tho cu? tom trade, I ara prc
-J?Lpared to fill orders at short notice and
in tho very latest styles. A better stock, in
my line, has never been brought to this city,
and hsvtog several competent workmen, I
euaranteo satisfaction to all. Givo me a call.
8ept 18 C. V>. ERE|tHARDT.
jtH.os-tetui.xr'cixi.'t,
r~\ THE POLLOCK HOUSE RES
.jr TAU RANT ie now in complete work
_ Jy ing order. OYSTERS will ho served
up in every etvlc and in the best manner. Fa
miliea supplied in any quantity.
Aleo. GAME in eoaBon; besides!
REFRESHMENTS of every kind.J
The BILLIARD BOOM is again in
? operation. Tables from beat
'makers. T. M. POLLOCK.
Oct 28 Proprietor.
_ MRS. FLANIGAN respectfully
Ba?Skfii1 /^Bi informs tho ladies vt Columbia
wjSrh iL B and vicinity that uhr- hus reel ived
jflKJ"\\MJL and would offer for their inspec
^^JblMl tion a very superior stock of Mil
^Sk^f^r Ibiery in BONNELS HATS, FKA
' ?^^>kTHER.S and FLOWERS, in end
leas variety, after tho very lileet fashions,
and at tuc lowest, prices.
Dress-making
Attende d to, aa usnal, with an assortment of
Trimmings, Patterns, Atc._ Oct 24
To the Ladies-Millinery.
MUS. C. K. REED has open
ed for inspection, the finest and
?j&ySSsS. most fashionable assortment of
P&ASg&l? FRENCH, ENGLISH and AME
SH?wjE? RICAN MILLINERY ever off, red
^SRy^Win Columbia. CORSETS HAIR,
ww ?Pl tf/? P'a''' cr ornamented, at all prices;
" V,3i /}, ? an assortment of cheap FANCY
AflW JEWELRY, HATS, Feathers, real
Vv' Ostrich, Birds of Paradise, ?fco. I
will sell low everything in my line. Oct 17 3mo
DENTISTRY."
<gaa' ?K. D. L. BOOZEB, grateful for the
"SrHWiiberal patronage ho has received from
tho citizen* of this city and tho surrounding
District, during the pant year, respectfully an?
nounces that ho now permanently establishes
himself iu Columbia. All operations on the
natural Teeth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL CASES, in every approved method,
carefully and satisfactorily executed-among
which he would call spocial attention to that
known as Reynold.*' Patent; and of bia suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this
beautiful and durable proceas, he is enabled,
with confidence, to refer to his patients and to
tho patentee. Office on Mainstreet, over First
National Bank. Jan 8
COLUMBIA
Wholesale and Ile I all
CLOTHING, HAT,
GENTS FMISIMG BOUSE,
Main Street, next lo Mr. H. C. Sliver's
Dry Goods House.
R, & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
JTKTS^S?. WE have now on hand ?w? _flL
jr^xfrs large and varied assortmentrPljljm
SUUUJof tho above Goods, boughtU/l!!/
low fur cr.-h, and will be sold for that commo?
dity, at a small advanco. Some of our Goods
are our own manufacture, and every garment
we have i-.i storo has been selected with great
care, aud will be warranted.
IN HATS, wo have always boen the leaders,
Dealingextensively in them, we are enabled to
sell a single ono or by the dozen at less
prices than smaller houses.
In the CUSTOM DEPARTMENT, we
I h ave added to our already large corps of
.workmen a Cutter and a Tailor of large
experience in their Une, recently from Paris,
and we aro thus enabled to mako a style
of Goods superior to any Goods made in this
Stato. We have ohoice and varied patterns of
Eng'ish and French CA88IMEBES, and keep
up to the market in styles.
Shirts, Drawers, Socks, Handkerchiefs, new
style Ties, square Neck Handkerchiefs, Trunks,
Yillega, Bhawle. Ac, _- Oct?4
Canned: Goods, j
1 f\f \ OASES Oysters, Salmon, Lobster,
1.1/1/ Peaches, .Tomatoes and Pre serve?;
fresh and far sale low by E. A O. D. HOPE
Ayer'o Cathartic Pills, for all the Pur?
poses oi a Laxative Medicine.
fa PERHAPS no one
A^T medicine ia so univcr
Bally required by every
^^^gm^ body aa a cathartic,
^^SlWBP3K^ nor waa over any bo
? ^ml 'oro HO univereally
1 /A -raS?/ adopted into HBO, in
\p^?f?^9BJ every country sad
1^ "** ^mj among all classes, aa
^ ^jjftiaa^WKjp^^ thia mild but otb ci ont
! " " L>iL*HBFWgTS^ ? obvious rc.mon ia, that
j it ia a moro reliable and far more effectual
remedy thau any othor. Those who havo
! tried it, know that it cured them; thone v?ho
have not, know that it cures their neighbors
and friend*, and all know that what it doos
onoo it does always-that it never taila
through any fault or neglect of ita composi?
tion. We have thousands upon thousands of
certificate? of their remarkable eurea of thc
following complaints, but such cures arc
known in every neighborhood, and wo need
uot publish them. Adiptod to all ages and
conditions in all climates; containing neither
calomel or any dcloterioua drug, they may be
taken with Bafety by anybody. Their sugar
coating prcBCrv?.? ??ibui uv er fresh 2nd in a ken
them pleasant td take, whllo being purely
vegetable no harm can arise from their uso in
any quantity.
They operate by.their powerful influence oe
tho internal viscera" to purify the blood and
stimulate it into healthy action-remove thc
obstructions of tho stomach, bowels, liver and
other organs of tho body, restoring thoir irre>
gular action to health, and by correcting
wherever they exist, such derangements as art
the fi rut origin of disease.
Minute directions are given in thc wrappei
on the box, for tho following complaints
which thc MO PILLS re phi ly cure:
For Dyspepsia af Indigestion, Listlessness
Languor mid Loss of Appetite, they should bi
takon moderately to stimulate tho st om aol
and restore its healthy touu and action.
For Titter Compta inr-and its various symp
toma. Hil ions Headache, Sick Headache, jaun
dire or tireen Sickness, Liiious Colic and Hi
lioun Fevers, they should bo judiciously takei
for each OB so, to correct the diseased actioi
or remove tho obstructions which CBUBO it.
For Dyienterry or Diarrhoa, but ono mili
dose is generally required.
For Hheimntism, Gout, Gravel, Palpitation
of thc Heart, Pain in Hie Side, Hack and Lot tu
they should bo continuously taken, aa re
quired, t J chango thc diseased action of th
oystom. With Buch chango those complaint
disappear.
Fur Dropsy and Dropsical Sicctlings, tho
should bo taken in large and frequent dose
to produce tho effect ol a di aa tic purge.
For Suppression a largo doso should b
taken, as it produces the desired effect b
sympathy.
As a IHnner Pill, tako one or two I'iVs t
promote digestion and relievo thc stomach.
Au occasional dose stimul?tes the stomac
and bowela into healthy action, restores th
appetite, and invigorates the system. Hen?,
it in often advantageous where'110 serious di
rangement exists. Ouo who fools tolerah
well, often finds that a dose of th G BO J 'il
makes him feel decidedly better, from thc
cleansing and renovating effect on tho digestn
apparatus.
I)r. J. C. AYRR <fc CO., Prucl Icu I ( Ii? mil
Sept8 LOWELL. MASS.. U. S. A. +4 mo
The New Theory of Health
ESTABLISHED BY
HEM'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
THE Lifo of all Flesh is Blood. Tho Heal
of Lifo ia purity of Flesh. Without puri
of Blood, no Flebh can bc freo from diaease.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Is now a recognized household Medicine
remarkable romcdial powers, invented ai
compounded by the Proprietor, which he h
called hy tho euphonious soubriquet
"QUEEN'S DELIGHT."
ITS CONSTITUENT P&OPERTIEH.
QUERN'S DELIOUT ls an au alterative, prndt
iug a gradual chango in t
HEINITKH'H functions of organs, as
permit a healthy action
take tho place of di.icatc.
rCjeSEN a Dci.ioiiT Sc deobatruent by itadiver
? id action; removes ohetri
HLIMTIJH'H .lone, rcduceB intlammati
and enlargement of t
glandB and viacera.
QI EKN'.O DRLIOHT Ts an Invigorate and Ton
it prod ucea a gentle a
permanent excitement of
tho vital actions obsorval
in the functions of orgai
HirrvnsH's life; ?nd is, therefore, 1
raissable in diseases of t
Stomach. Livor and orgr
of digostion.
yrt.f.N F DKLIOIIT ls a atm' ."ting, altorat
diaphoaetic, promoting p
spiration, removing bum
in tho blood, producios
HKISITSU'K healthy action of tho sk
removes Boils, Pimp!
Blotches and Cutan?e
eruptions.
QUKKM'B DKMOUT Ia aperient, gentry act
upon tho bowels, then
removing effete mailor, p
docing a healthy fcelinf
Uri!t'.Tsii*B tho stomach and he
Headacho and nervous 1
orders aro cured by it? ?
QUEKJ*':: Dr.t.inilT Ia expectorant, iricreas
the teure t ion from
mucous meinbra.ee of
air cells and pashatros
HlINlfm's the lunga, or HHaiata ila I
nhargo; ia, therefore, a
mt dy, combined with <
Liver Oil, in nil eases of ('
sumption, Colds. Se.
The high appreciation in which it ih heh
profession and thc golden opiuloti* of
people, and their many testimon?ala, will tn
it a dcsirablo medicine for \>\tiggi-l K to k
constantly on hand.
The sick, feeble and thoae in del.cate bea
and all persons living in warm climates,
all unacclimated, will find tho
QUEEN'S DELIGHT
A gro t medicine, protecting them from
thoae diooasos which originate in a bad coi
tion of tho blond and climatic influences
For salo by Druggists throughout tho St
Tho trade supplkd bv
FISHER Si HEINITSH, Columbia, H. C.
PLUMB & LEITNER, Augusta, Os.
J. H. ZEILEN & CO.. Macon, Ga.
JOHN F. HENRY, Now York.
MANSFIELD <% HIOBEE. Memphis,Ten
JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAY A COWDEN,
Aug 6 t_ ' Pttfladelphl
Joa. DAMIML Pont. A. C. H AF UKI
POPS & HASKELL,
,i A.TT0 X y B Y 8 AT LAW
? aw?
?OUClTOai lit KOJC1TT.
Office-Law Rang??. Columbia, 8. C. M*>
Gibbet & Thorr as, Real Estate Agent?,
OFFER their services to the pablio ss GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will bay sod soil
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
sharai s ont il saleB are effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES._
Fresh Supplies.
DUTCH HERRINGS,
Fresh Country and Mountain BUTTER,
Fink-Eye and Feach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fino Ooslien OHE-SE, at O. D1ERCK8,
Jan 23 At tho Sign of tho Watch.
CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK
OY
SOUTH CAROLINA
DEPOSITS OF $1 & UPWARDS RECEIVED.
INTEREST ALLO WED A T THE RA TE O
SIX PER CENT. PER ANNUM, COM
PO UNDED E VER Y SIX MON TUS.
PRINCIPAL and Interest, or any part there?
of, may bo withdrawn at anytime-tho
bank reserving tho right (though it will bo
I rarely exercised) to demand font teen days' m??
tico if tho amount is under $ 1,000; . .mtv days
it over $1,000 and uudcr $5,000, or thirty daya
if over $5,000.
OFFICERS.
Wade Hampton, President.
John B. Palmer, vice-President.
Thomas F.. Gregg, Cashier.
John 0. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Director*.
Wado Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. McMaeter, Columbia
A. 0. Tin?kell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas. Columbia.
E. H. Heinitsb, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg. Colombia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. 8fcott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravened, Jr., Chai leaton.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerke, Widows, Or
fihans and others may hero deposit their sar?
aga and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
Uioy require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
?urns for their children, and Married Women
add Minors (whose deposits can only bo with?
drawn hy themselves, or, iu case of death, by
their lugal representatives,) withing to lay
asido funds for futuro use. aro here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their moans
where tiiey will rapidly accumulate, aud, at
tho samo time, bo subject to withdrawal when
needed. Aug 18
OONSOI.]
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE I
nOME OFFICE, NORTH-EAST COR.
A?*efa over - - 81.500,000
Follett-* 1-MKCI lu two Years, o
SHOWING a success beyond precedent. last
minni plans. First Dividend on Lifo Polici
of its management and its careful selection of
WM. (I. CARRINGTON.President.
D. J. U.UITSOOX, Secretary. J. J. HOPKINH, Assi
SOUTH CAROLINA Ii RA NC H
J. T. THOMAS. President. S
DR. ISAAC BRANCH.
BOARD OK DIRECTORS.-John McKenzie, Jol
John T. Sloau, Br., Dr. R. W. Gibbes, R. C. bhi<
STATE AT LABOE -Ex-Gov. M L. Bonham, Gi
Perrin, Dr. Isaac Branch, Dr. H. Conk.
Tho consolidation o? thc tito most popular Soi
?olicy-holders of both Companies. Its expend?
'ho futuro dividends will bo mere certain, am
served lund created.
NO RIGHT of old polic.y-hold1.r3 will bo offed
before; to hold the same policies ns bi fore: to h
before, and have equal present security with gr
of old policies will be in name of new Company
Directors of the old Companies.
A NEW CHARTER was obtained with the rip
special attention to the following desirable fe a
"Baa Thc business of tho Company shall I
in aU thu brauchtu of Life Insurance; to grae.t
risks."
"SEO. 4 Tho business of thc Company SIIAI
ING TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS TH li PROl
milers by thu consent ol tho assured the policy
"?SEO. IC. This Company may issue policies ?1
for tue benefit of wives and families, or other hi
tors.'descendants, creditors or dependents, ai.c
contracta of tho assured, except as provided in
* SEO. 10. The Company may issue policies pi
in tho samo."
"SEC. IC Tho permanent investment of fund
BERED REAL EtsTATE WORTH DOUBLE TI
Wo would alao cali attention to the rights sei
Rights of party to non-forfeituro in ali its po]
Right? of party to re-instatement-paid up pi
of armies-' or any other causo cuts the inaured
policies of Northern Companies, coat the Soul
should make thom seek toe only Company tin
Home Companies now have tn their policies, tba
named States, "or the United States," render tl
tam what was before uncertain, and is too grei
"Tho PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON" bas a
rights of parties and guarding those rights again
lt givea dividends at tho end of tiret year, wt
part loau ia taken. The all cash plan is unrese
factory.
We now confidently appeal to every ore inte
own interests, liv sustaining their own iustitm
j deuce withont which there eau ho no permarm
. lO.OOO.GOO are. annually set.t Nor h fur Life Ins
I thereby ? i x i : g additional power to our eompol
j We offer a solid, reliable Life Insurance Gnni]
j of the highest integrity, with abundant use? I?.
J pltdged to retain within the State of Suiilh Carc'.i
i Honting every udvaiit ?ge that can bo desired; a
rior mtr:M of the -PIEDMONT AND ABLING
your patronage.
! " Oot 2! Imo
I HART"
BAR IRON,
PLOW STEEL,
NAILS,
METALS,
GHJN8,
AND (
HARDWARE
WHOLES ALE STORE A
RMTAIL ST?HE CO RN Xii Kr
Olanr?oa
Kent 1
100 Dosen Chopping Axes,
FOB ?sie to the trade very low. by
FIBBER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
p? DR. W. H. TUT'S
* STANDARD PREPARAI IONS.
SARSAPARILLA AXV QTJEEN'8 DELIGHT,
Expectorant,
Vegetable Livor Pill?,
Improved HairT>yo, For Balo hy
Feb 27 ly E. K. JACKSON.
Tobacco! Tobacco?
rji\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
I " ' figures.
30 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxoo Extra Rock City ChiswlDg Tobacco.
I 4 boxea Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxea Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco,
i _JK1V 20 JOHN C. BEEPERS.
GEO. HUGGINS5
?Insurance Agency,
COLUMBIA. S, G..
Representing over $40,000,000 Gajpifai.
as-ESTABLISHED IN COLUMBIA is 1849. "1?
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
jETNA FIRE 1N8URACE COMPANY, Hart?
ford, Conn. Incorporated 181ft:: Charter nor
petr.il. Capital and surplus $5,300.000. The
strongest 1* ir o Insuracco Company in Ame?
rica. . . . -i ' i '
IMPERIAL FIRE,IJSgUBANCE COMPANY,
of London. Incorporated 1803., .Capital t8,
000.000 in gold. Policies issued payablo in
gold or currency. "Par value of stock, $250.
Market value io London (last sales) ?1,750.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE .INSURANCE
COMPANY. Hartford, Conn.' Capital aud eur
I plus $600.000. ? ? ) f ..
I FIRE INSURANCE AND SHAVINGS COMPA?
NY. Richmond, Ya. Authorized Capital $1,
000 000. (Linc* ?mil
MERCHANTS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, Hartford, Conn. Capital and eurplus
1450,000. 1 >' -? . :
LIFE DEPARTMENT.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, Hartford,-Conn, Incorpo?
rated 1S4G. Assets June 1.T8G9, $25,0f 0,000;
Surplus Juno 1, 1B69, $7,0C0,000;. Income for
18G8-9 $9,064,068. Number of Polices leaned,
G0.500. Total claims by death paid to date,
$8,500 000. Annual dividends from 60 to 7Qper
cent. As strong aa the strongest in America.
|NAS liberal in its terms ka the moat liberal.
ARLINGTON MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Richmond, Va. Assets $6O0,C0O.
Dividend declared February, 18C9, 40 per cent.
As strong as any Life Insurance Company in
Virginia.
Pial.a taken on favorable terms by
GEO. HUGGINS. Agent.
Office in rear of Messrs. Duffie A Chapman's,
under tho "Columbia Hotel." 8cpt 12 2m o
:r>ATio?r.
INSURANCE CO., OF RICHMOND, VA.
tVJW? JbM/V AND NINTH STREETS.
Net Hairpins ovtr - - (500,000
ver .... - 8.60O
ICH on Mutual, Non-Forfeiting and Rcturu Fre?
es Forty Per Cent., which proves the economy
J. E. EDWARDS.Vicc-Prcr-idrnt.
istant Secretary. J. E. W?LF, Sup. of Agencies.
OFFICE, AT COLUMBIA, ? C.
. L. LEAPnART.Secretary.
.. Superintendent of Agencies.
lin H. Preston, F. W. McMaster, W. li. Guli-k,
vcr, Thompson Earle.
ii. M. C. Butler, Gen. J. D. Kennt dy, Col. T. C.
ifhern Companies is full of advantages to the
iturcs will be less, and with less relative risk.
.1 probably greater iu amount, and a better re?
ed; they will continue to pay the same rate as
lavo tho snme rights, benefits and privileges as
eater future benefit than before. All renewals
, under special authority fi om thc respective
flits of policy-holders guaranteed, and vr call
tures in said charter:
ie to make insurance on the lives of individuals
, purchase or dispose of annuities or ri -im- uro
,L ho conducted on thc plan of DISTRIBUT*
. tTS of the basin? ss, as her?-innfter provided,
selected is non-participating."
u the lives of husbands and parents, or others,
i neflciarius interested in their lives-as anccS'
l the samo shall not bo liable for tim debts oi
the policies issutd."
tyabb) IN GOLD : Prodded, premiums are paid
s shall bo iu moi tgages or liens on UN EN CUM?
IE AMOUNT LOANED."
yured in policy as part of the contract.
icics.
3?cy, and surrender value where "intervention
off from home office. This feature, omitted in
tkern people very heavily, in thu late war. and
it provides against such contingency in future,
t parties who "take op arms ? gain?t" certain
heir policy null and void. This is making cer
it a mingling politics, war and Ufe insurance.
model charier and modelpolloy, plainly stating
st sacrifice.
ten all cash is paid, and of second year, when
i edly recommended aa in every way moat satis
rested in Southern prosperity io look te their
ions, and thvrebv establishing that k elf-con fl.
.nt prosperity, hear I rt mind that already over
nra nee, laking so mach troni our strength, and
i tors
l>.my, thoroughly Southern,ill the hand? ot ruell
11 ct nt risks, the most tr-cure of r.l! invest ii ruts.
?ii all funds scorning therein, and, united, pre?
nd HO nnlv SHka full examination into the MI pc
TON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY" tn injure
LEAPHART, JEFFERSON A- HANSON.
General Agents tot South Carolina.
&
CO.,
MILL BOCKS,
BOLTING CLOTH,
CIRCULAR SAWS,
HOES,
PLOWS,
i EN ERAL
MERCHANTS.
O. 39 HA Y NE STREET,
NO ANT> MARKP.T HTREETP,
?On, m. O 8r?

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