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Tho New York Times contains some
dicion? reflections upsn this subject.
g disposition dn the part ot the yoong
bottling ttosrVfoTtanea in oities, and
i^^w^^m^^ ? ot wt
iUnrista to the'Wh?lo body of thepopu
tion i3 not us lurgo ns'it should bo, the
?^savs.:^ KJAJl' .
ITO<W thew OM. .ho .:,?? inqio fixed
dom i fee p B tari gal . eco no my. than .that
Tioultbre hsnet form the basie < of the
^?jb?iH(^ 'fflJ^'. power 'w"th? . American
joplo. It is the great lon n da ti o n Of. our
Itional waalth'and consequence-tho
rimary source of ail oar prosperity. It
Ktfhn?re.Jl?fc a great1 degree St' clothes
3. ' Without it we could not have manu
.ctureB, and should not..have commerce,
i furnishes our factories with' their raw
latorinl, and it fills our 3hip3 with their
trgoes. Social industry depends upoo
; iud i vid aal lifo depends npon iff. There
i no man in tho country who is so
ealthy nu tobo independent of the
access of this great intorest, nor any so
oor as not:to .bo. affected ?by its pros
erity or.its decline. This country has
oculiav . fncilitied for ! advantageously
roaecuting this groat department of
uman labor. Tho variety of ita climate,
?ie abundance and cheapness of its fer ti lo
oil, aro Bitch aa no other natiou on tho
urface of the globe can booBt. It is no
redit to oar vaunted enterprise that we
iave never yet ' made i adequato use of
bese signal advantages-that the time
as never yet boen when the proportion
1 our farmers to the whole population
ms os large as it should have been
rhen the number of those engaged in
rofCBsions and trades Were not, at the
ery least, twice as great as tho actual
eoeasitie* of society required. There is
oason to apprehend that 'this dispro
lortion will increase. This restless,
dventurouB spirit is ever tending to take
nore complete possession of our people.
Everybody is getting more infected with
he'eagerness to gat rich in haste. There
s a growing impatience of the good old
nan of earning a competence by steady,
>eraevering labor and frugal living. The
ronng men of the day have tired of the
eolation and monotony ol agricultural
lie, and pant for something more stirring
md exciting? and something that seems
o promise quicker and more splendid
eturns. They have seized upon the first
>pportuuity to launch away into the tide
)f trade and speculation. And that tide
>nce embarked npon, it ia very seldom
;hat they find their way back to the
plowed fields. A large proportion of
them have not succeeded in their new
pursuits; tens of thousands of them have
miserably failed; and become bankrupts
ind drones; und yet they have, from the
pure force of acquired habit, clung to
town-life with all the greater tenaoity.
'.*It cannot be too well understood by
these young malcontents in tho conntry
that failure there almost infallibly fore?
tokens failure here. The same qualities
and habits which' stand in their way in
the country will cause them to stumble
in the city. It is everywhere the same
all over the world; to AU any situation
successfully, one most fill it as belonging
to it.. The man who feels above his busi?
ness, let that business be what it may, is
actually below atty' business, He is
without anything to -hold him' np any?
where, and is bound to sink anyhow.
The great work of lifo, whether in city
or country, oafinot be maintained by any
such weaklings. Least of all is this
tearing, grinding, crushing mart the
plane for them. > We already have an
over-produotron otfaoap?bies and drones.
There is no room here for the drift of
rural weakness und cowardice. Let the
farmers' sons heed the counsels of their
?[overnors and stay at home-holding
sst to the oldest, happiest, most inde?
pendent and most honorable of human
?wy . ?.-?-j-?-.>?-.
PASS BJ. AKOPN.D.-A wooden wed?
ding-Murry in g a blockhead.-Exchange.
A golden wedding-Marryiog for
? A crystal wedding-Marrying a "glass
A tin wedding-Marrying a milk?
A paper wedding-Marrying an edi?
A plain wedding-Marrying a carpen?
ter.-St. Louis Journal.
A silver wedding-Marrying au old
maid of sixty.-Waverley Democrat.
An iron wedding-Marrying a black?
li A copper wedding-Marrying a squaw.
[Rocky Mountain Herald.
! Tho worst sort of wedding-Marrying
A steel wedding-.Marrying a shop?
A glass wedding-Marrying a toper.
A jolly good wedding-Marrying the
girl you love.-Phoenix.
* A number of Jewish Babbie, from tho
principal cities of tho Union, are in con?
ference in Philadelphia, on tho subject
of reform in tho Jewish Church. They
adopted r?solutions abolishing the use of
prayers in Iba Hebrew tongue, as unin?
telligible to the masses; disclaiming tho
doctrino of bodily resurrection or the
removal of the Jewish state by a segre?
gation from all other nations, and declar?
ing the Aaronic priesthood, and the MO?
MIO sacrificial worship, to have been
merely preparatory steps to Buuel's na?
tional priesthood, and thereforo, things
of the past, to be mentioned in prayer
.nly in their educational capacity and
not to be practiced.
The best waiting-maids-Elderly fe*
Mft. ??frifcr In vW'df tho Agrienl
ttifel Fair teJfroarfolljtt ?be aeSMUtturo.-of
tho Wnt:?J*b^t*m^at^ foi;
the Labor Excbango, in New York, has
been delayed* until niter the Fair, in
order that our planiere attending it, may
have tho opportunity of conferring per?
sonally with him and giving him their
orders. We are enconraged from recent
letters, to boliov? that 500 good farm la?
borers can be proonxed by the first of
January ensuing; plauters then may or?
der with the hope of being supplied
but they must order Boon. Mr. Brogge
mann, the agent of the Society, may bo
fonnd at the storo of J. C. Seegers, Esq.,
Main street, from B to 10 o'clock a. m.,
and from 4'to 6 p. m., on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, 10th, 11th and
12th instant, and at the Fair Grounds,
during the intermediate hours of the
same days; leaving Columbia for New
York, on Saturday, 13th.
Mr. Bruggemaa will bo glad to fur?
nish any information desired, aud to re?
ceive orders from all desiring immigrant
laborers. ; T. S. BOINEST,
Pres't Newberry Immigration Society.
-??? ? *-?
A current caricature in Now York is
described as follows: lu un iron cago
tho buHr and bears aro engaged in a
deadly struggle, while Jim Fisk, dressed
in his Admiral uniform, tho epaulettes
represented by the steamers Bristol and
Providence,-the sailor's knot held by a
pin shaped ?nd marked "Opera House,"
and an Erie' engine snorting from his
pocket, goads tho poor beasts with a
sharp-poi nt od stick, labelled "1G0 fora
million." In the distance is seen tho
White House, and down a hill, on tho
keen jump, comes General Grant, stag?
gering under the weight of a huge bag
marked $5,000,000 gold coin.
A KENTUCKY JOKE.-The Paris Kentuc?
kian is responsible for this anecdote:
"Gen. J. C. Bxeokinridge and Humphrey
Marshall had a pleasant meeting here
lost week. In joking one another, Gen.
B. told the following, which very humo?
rously hits off Gen. Marshall's immense
size: When Gen. M. beard that Gen. Pe
gram intended entering Kentucky with
his command, be felt as if his own pre?
serves were being poached upon, and
sent word to Pegram that he mast not
come into the State. Pegram replied
that be was preparing, and intended to
enter Kentucky at once. Marshall de?
clared that if he did, he would have to
pass over his (Marshall's) dead body.
Whereupon, Pegram responded, that
that would be too muoh to expect of his
artillery, but if he found tho obstado in
his way, he would immediately tunnel
A German photographer has invented
a method of making seals and stamps
with the portraits of his customers. A
thin layer of gelatine, sensitized with
bi-ehromatie'of potash, is exposed to the
action of light under a photograph posi?
tive, by which the parts acted on are
rendered insoluble in water, and the parts
not acted on by the light swell up, and
wo obtain a picture in relief of which a
plaster cast can be taken. A galvanic
plastic copy hoing taken of the cast, wo
have a metallic faa simile of tho photo?
graph, which can-be employed as a seal.
This process suggests a method of ob?
taining perfect likenesses of persons in
metallic checks for the use of the printer,
and also ab admirable way of illustrating
A New. York, letter of Tuesday says:
"The farther decline in gold is begin?
ning to alarm the merchants, especially
thoso of them who are burdened with
large stocks of foreign . merchandise,
which have been purchased when the
premium was from five to teu per cent,
above the present quotations. Under a
vague conviction, howover, that there
may be a reaction before long, but few
of them have had the courage to mark
down their goods to correspond. Should
tho premium find a lower deep than it
has touched today, many of them will
be const rai nod 'to let go,' and make the
heft of tho situation."
A radical paper published a statement
that the Rev. Samuel Johnson, of Co?
lumbia, "was pr??chiuifr on the farm of
Dr. G. C. Wright, near Allen's Ford, in
Laurens County, when three white men
rode up and fired from tweaty-five to
thirty shots among the congregation.
The namo of ono of tho assailants is
Philip Coon, who resides in that vi?
cinity." Tho Laurens ville Herald says
(1) thero is no. such place as Allen's Ford
in Laurens CO?nty, (2) there is no such
man os Dr. G. C. Wright ia the County;
(3) thero is no man named Coou in the
County; (4) the Kev. Samad Johnson
has not yet been fonnd. This may be
termed a radical lie, or lyiug by whole?
A SAD FIINEKAT, ADDRESS.-Hero is a
funeral speech which a Paris paper as?
sures us was actually pronounced at
Montmartre thc other day by a father nt
the grave of his sou: "Gentlemen," said
the father, ia a voice fall of emotion,
"tho body before mo was that of my son.
Ho was a young man in the prime of life,
with a sound constitution, which ought
to have iueured him 100 years. But
misconduct, drunkenness and doh,tu chery
of tho most disgraceful kind, brought
him, in tho flower of age, to tho ditch
which you seo before yon. Let this be
au example to yon and to your ohildreo.
Let us go hence."
Some editors make a great fuss about
the amont of money Brigham Young
gets for bis laborious duties. If we had
ninety-seven wives, and more spoke for,
we should require as mach money as he
does to keep them looking decent at the
present prices. One woman makes a
man's pocket-book sick.
:aJ?0V7 ?HT HI T?S8 SLttT
- AND '3 '"^
ti r/1 . -A W I \OU- V'A'V\
TBE FINEST AND CHEAPEST
IN" THE STATE!!!
Drugs and Medicines.
Enghah, French and American CHEMICALS,
Elegant Perfumee and Extracta,
Russian Toilet and Skin Soap,
Kesan and Sarg's Glycerine Shaving Soap,
Yardley's Famous Skiu Soap,
Fine Hair Oils and richly perfumed Pomados,
Toilet Waters every order,
German and French Cologne Water,
Hair Brushes in great variety,
Lubina' Rose Powder and Soaps,
Beautiful Glove and Handkerchief Boxo*,
Now Powder Boxes and Puffs,
Splendid English Hair Bruebee,
Toilet Hand Mirrors,
Fine Ivory Combs,
Buffalo Dressing Combs,
Turkish Towels and Gloves,
Bath Brushes and Rubbers,
French and Italian Cosmetics,
Fumigateur Pectoral, for Asthma,
Liebig's Extract of Beef,
Greta's Extract of Beef,
Broma, Cocoa, Arrowroot,
Flavoring Extracts in variety,
Prepared Wheat for Infante,
Hard's Farinaceous Food for Infanta, j
Pectoral Gum Drops for Coughs,
Chlorate of Potash Lozenges for Bore Throat,
Wirtase' Cough Lozenget*,
Spitta Lozenges for Cold in the Head,
Drags, Mediemos, Chemicals, &c,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
COLUMBIA DRUG ll OL'SE.
Fisher & Heinitsh, Druggists,
OFFEB for salo a large Rtock o?
IDRUGS, CHEMICALS, SUNDHIES,
FANCY ARTICLES, Patent Medi?
emos, Perfumery, and other articles
-all of tho bust quality and at the
Merchants iu the interior will do well to Btop
and examine bofore buying elsewhere.
1,000 lbs. Sup. Carb. Soda,
1,600 lbs. Blue Stone,
6,000 lbs. Epsom Salts,
5 gross Opodeldoc,
50 lbs. Bluo Mass,
100 gallons Castor Oil,
100 lbs. Calomel,
10 groas Worra Sugar Plu ras,
Groas of Essonces, Caster Oil In Bottle*,
5 gross Quaker Liniment,
Pain Killer, Musting Liniment,
All kinds of Patent Hedioines,
Turpentine, Alcohol, Kerosene Oil.
MOO JA 8 -0KH?HI B'SBISH '
jaar r tim, ?i
f ??AlC? Cr ut AT D ?I
'J JiS^^^^elyJ?^i^^f''u^d^^ woman
<}fim;/MTli>?YpUa ospeeiaterto those CIMI
whef?'.t|40 vrdmb^s disordered, ?nd will em-*
such o? BO s as require a surgical 01'oration. 'A?
those laot are very raro, the FEMALE REGU?
LATO TI Ja or almost universal application. To
a sudden! check of the "monthly courses" from
COLD, trouble of mind, or like cause, it aots
like a charm, by RESTORING TUB DIBCHAHGE. I~N
EVERY INSTANCE, thus rolieving tho fever, huar?
ache, pain in the small ef tho back and "lower
stomach," ilushosof heat about tho face,chilly
sensations, burning of thc oyo-lid*, and gene?
ral restlessness. Taken in timo, all theso
symptoms pass away immediately, without in?
jury to the constitution. Frequently, how
over, tho proper remedy is not applied in time,
tho disease becomes chronic, and the founda?
tion laid for numberless evita to tho constitu?
tion of tho woman. Tho next "turn" comes
around, and there is no "show," or perhaps
the "whites" will appear. There will be some
uneasiness about the womb, but very little or
nono of tho natural fluid escaping. The com?
plexion becomes sallow, bowels ewollcn. a sort
of greenish caste 'about tho face, constant,
dull, aching pains in tho hoad, weight ia .the
lower stomach and back, with or without
whites, palpitations of the heart, pallor, ex?
haustion, indigestion, weariness, languor, a*h- !
ing across tho loins, loss of appetite, pain in 1
ieit breast, tightness across the chest, tough
sud giddiness. If still allowed to go on,
"greou sickness" will bo fully developed : tho
headache bccomoB severe, with lose of memo?
ry, diminished sensibility, HICK STOMACH .'dys?
pepsia, no reliah for food, loss of flesh, in?
creased fluttering of tho heart, RWELLINO OK
TI?: FEET, loge and body, and occasional spit?
ting of blood. Tho slightest effort causes
UURIUKD BREATHING, almost to suffocation.
Tho skin is fl?bby, and has a "doughy feel."
Thia is a sad picture, but it is tho condition
of thousands of women between thc ages of
fifteen and forty-live, who aro brought to tho
grave by ignorance, or neglect to take thc pro?
To all who aro afflicted with any of tho symp?
toms above-mentioned, in connection with an
irregularity of the ''monthly eickness." wo
earnestly aay TAKE Pn. J. BRAUFIKI.U'S FEMALE
REGULATOR. A few ounces taken, you will at
once experience its bonelit, and with a little
patience, you will ho fully restored to health.
This remedy bas boen extensively used for
upward of twenty years by many ot the most
experienced and successful physicians iu
Georgia. No family should bc without two or
We repeat, that DR. J. BRADFIELD'S FEMALE
REGULATOR ia prepared for WOMEN, and to be
used by women only. A trial is all wc ask.
Prepared and sold in anv quantity, by
BRADFIELD A CO., Atlanta, Ga.
We> the undersigned Druggists, take plea
auro in commending to the trade Dr. J. Brad
field's Female Regulator, believing it to bc a
good and reliable remedy for thc disease for
which he recommends it.
PEMBERTON, WILSON, TAYLOR tt Co., Atlanta.
W. A. LANHUELL, Atlanta. Gr..
W. O. LAWS HE, Atlanta, Ga.
W. HOOT &, SON, Marietta, Ga.
HTATE OF GEORGIA, TROUT COUNTT.
This is to certify that I bavo examined the
recipe of Dr. Josiah Bradfield, of this County,
and, an a medical man, pronounce it to be a
combination of medicines of groat meritin thc
treatment of all diseases of females for which
toe recommends it. WM. P. BEASLEY, M. D.
TUIH DECEMBER 21, 18C8.
CARTERVILLE, GA., April 26,1HG9.
This will certify that two members of my
immediate family, after having suffered for
many years from monstrnal irregularity, and
having been treated without benefit by various
medical doctors, wero at length completely
cured by ono bottle of Dr., J. Bradfield'a Fe?
male Regulator. I thereforo deem it my duty
to furnish thia certificate, with tho hope of
drawing tho attention of suffering womankind
to the merit H of a medicino whoso power in
curing irregular and suppressed menstruation
has been proven under my own personal ob?
servation. Its effect on such casca ia truly
wonderful, and well may the remedy bo called
"Woman's Best Friend." Yours, respectfully,
JAMES W. STRANOE.
W. TI. TFTT, of Augusta, Ga., and DOWIF. SC
MOISE, of Charleston, 8. C., Wholesale Agents.
Prioo $1.50 nor bottle. For salo nv FISHER
Sc HEfNITSH, GEIGER A MCGREGOR, and
C. H. MIOT, Columbia. 8. C. Oct 30 }lv
SIMMONS' ti? ?ft
aaBBScnEaBBBSHHSBREsaaAitai!) in the side.
Sometimes tho paiu is in tho shoulder, and is
mir.'.aken for . rheumatism. Tho stomach is
affected with joes of appetite and sickness,
bowels in general costive, sometimes alternat?
ing with lax. The head is troubled with pain,
and dull, heavy sensation, considerable losaot
memory, accompanied with painful sensation
of having left undone something which ought
tu have been done. Often complaining of
weakness, debility, and .low spirits. Some?
times some of the above symptoms attend thc
disease, and at other times very few of them;
CBMBBBSBBatBBBsmBJBB^Bijut tho Liver ia
mm *rrnn [generally tlioor
AjA V At*M\ kan most in?
aBBBRBBsasaaaBBSBBaarthe Liver with
DE. SIMMONS' LIVES REGULATOR,
A preparation of roots and herba. warranted
to bo strictly vegetable, and cen du no injury
to any one.
It has bevn used by hundreds, and. known
for the last thirty-five years os one of tho most
reliable,-efficacious ana harmless preparations
ever offered to the suffering. If ta-kou ?egu
larly and persistently, it is sure to cure.
Dyspepsia, headache, laundice, costiveness,
sick headaobe, chronic chan hu n, affections nf
the bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the
B7cnBH?HB?asBeHBmssswr,r tho skin, im?
purity oi tue uiouu, melancholy, or depression
of spirits, heart burn, colic, or [ia.ns in tho
bowels, pain in tho head, fever and ague,
dropsy, boils, pain in back and limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious dis?
eases generally. Price St; bv maj!, fl.26.
Prepared only by J. H. ZKILlN ? CO.,
Thc following highly respectable peraonscaji
fully attest to tn? virtues of-this valuable medi?
cine, anil to whom we most respectfully refer:
Gen. W. 8. Holt, President 8. W. lt. II. Com?
pany; Rev. J. R. Felder, Perry, Ga.; Col. E. K.
Sparks, Albany, Ga.; Oco. J, Lunsford, Esq.,
Conductor S. W. R. lt.; C. Mastrrsen. EH*..,
; Shei iff Bibb County; J. A. Botts, Bainbridge,
i Ga.; Dykes A Sparhawk, Editors Floridian,
I Tallahassee; Rev. J. W. Burke, Macon. Ga.;
Virgil Powers. Esq., Superintendent S. W. lt.
lt.: Daniel Bullant, HullardV Station, Macon
fi Brunswick lt. K.,Twigg?County, Ga.; Oren?
viii? \\i?>i\. Wood's. Factory, ?lacon. Os.; Kev.
E. V. K?-ter'iiig, P. E. florid? Conference;
Major A. F. Wooloy. Kingston, ?''a : Editor
Macon Telegraph, and John Ingall*, formerly
of Columbia, A. C.
For Hale b;- all droughts. Jilly 13 }3mo
SOME dealers In this city have bren in doubt
that I could hold ont supplying them with
Beer this truinmsr. I now inform the public
that I have a large supply of old Lagor Beer
on hand, which I put agaioBt any Boer brought
from tho North, or oven' imported from Ger?
many. <-? to purity ?jjm -.trcugth. I ?J5 r6*dj
to tost lt by tbs Boer seale'.
Aug 20 _ JOHN O. BEEPERS.
Oats--White and Black.
ASMALL lot of extra Black OATS, at I1.S?
per bushel, to oloae consignment.
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FI8HER.
..Ukt-mMK*<?-> o*A a/' jrt rt -< I
?Goshen OHEE?M, at O. DIEB0K8
MB ;: ^ AV th o mn of the ^ggffi?
qitliWr SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITS OF $1 & ?PyVARDS BE^E?VED.
INTEREST ALLO WEI) A T THE RA TE O
SIX PER CENT. PER ANNUM, COM
PO UNDER E VER Y SIX MON TBS.
T>BINCIPAL and Interest, or any part there
J| of, may bo withdrawn at anytime-the
Bank -reeorving the right (thongli it will bc
rarely oxer?iBcd) to demand fourteen days' no?
tice ii tho amount is unde r $1,000; twent3* days
il over tl,OOO and under $5,000, or thirtv dava
if ov?r $5,000.
Wade Hampton, President.
.Tohu B. Palmer, Vico-President.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. McMastcr, Columbia
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
E. II. Hcinltsh, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg. Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Maves, Newborrv.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravonel. Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may hero deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until I
thoy requiro them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal representatives,) wirhing to lay
asido funds for futuro use. aro hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho Ramo time, ho subject to withdrawal when
needed. Aug 18
---!-.iini.'. i a'?<r.?-i
100 Dosan Qtapping Axes, ,
TT^OU R?I* t^*hs?a-*?j ?ult, by .
J " FI8?ER, l^WBAKOiut FISHER.
Dupont'! Gunpowder Agency, ;
' A FULL supply conatantly on hand, of ?il
A. gradea, in whole, Half and Quarter KegB
and Canister*, for sale low to the trarfo and
consumere-also, Drop and Buck SHOT, Fcr
cuseion CAPS, Gun Flinte, Ac, for Bato low,
by . j J. & R. AONEW.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
Representing over $40,000,000 Capital.
jayEsTAltLI?HEP IN COLUMBIA IN 1810.*C?I
/ETNA F1KE INSURACt.. COMPANY, Hart?
ford, Couu. Incorporated 1819. Charter per?
p?trai. Capital and surplus $5,300,CC0. The
BtiongcHt lire iDeurartce Company in Ame?
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of Loudon. Incorporated 1S03. CapUai
000,000 in Rold. Policies issued payablo In
gold or currency. Par Valuo of Mock, $250.
Market valuo in Loudon (taut Bale?) (1,750.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY. Hartford, Couu. Capital and BUT
FIRE INSURANCE AND PAVINGS COMPA?
NY, Richmond, Ya. Authorized Capital $1,
MERCHANTS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY. Hartford, Conu. Capital and surplus
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, Hartford, OCnn. Incorpo?
rated 1846. AfiuetB Juno 1, I860, $25,000,000;
Surplus Juno 1, 1809, ,$7,010,000; Income for
18GR-9 $9,004,068. Numbor of Polices issued,
00,500. Total claims by death paid to dato,
$8,500 COO. Annual dividends from 50 io 70 per
cuul. AB strong aa tbo strongest in America.
AB liheral in its terms as tho most liberal.
ARLINGTON MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Richmond, Va. Assets $000,000.
Dividend declared February, 18(39, 40 per cent.
AB Btrong aa auy Life Iuauranco Company iu
Kiaka taken on favorable terms by
GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Ofrico in rear of Mosers. Defile & Chapman's,
under tho "Columbia Hotel." Sept 12 2mo
W. D. JLOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
THE DRY GOODS EMPORIUM
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
HAVING beou fully replenished, their largo stock of desirable goods ?B now offered to con?
sumers, and to the trade, with superior inducements, in all lines of DRY GOODS.
In DH ENS GOODS, the stock displays still greater variety.
Arab and Egyptian SHAWLS of superior quality.
The CLOAK 8TOCK is composod of the latest styles.
Ribbons, Trimmings, Lacon, Embroideries and Notions, an endless variety.
Oassimcrs, Cloths, Joans and Tweeds, tho stock is unsurpassed.
Prints, Brown and Bleached Domestics, Tickings, Stripes, Linseys, Flannels, Blankets, Ac,
have been bought lately at low prices.
Hosiery and Gloves, together with Jovin's GENUINE KID, for Ladies' and Gente.
Carpets, Oil Cloths and Mattings, of all grades and prices.
Anxious to build up a lirbt class trade, wo keep only GOOD GOODS, which will be sold at
POPULAR PRICES, and solicit a call from oil visitors, and others, in want of Dry Goods.
W. D. LOVE & 00.,
Nov 9 Columbia Hotel Building.
PIEDMONT AND ARUSftTMHitf r ISSGIANCE CO., OF RICHMOND, VA,
HOME OFFICE, NORTH-EAST CORNER MAIN AND NIN TH STREETS.
A-en-ti over - - 91,500,000 Net Surplus over - - 9500,000
Pollolrs lxiurd ilk two Years, over - fi,OOO
SHOWING a success beyond precodent. Issues on Mutual, Non-Forfeiting and Return Pre?
mium plana. First Dividend on Lifo Policies Forty Per Cent., which proves the economy
ot its managument and its careful selection of risks.
WM. C. CARRINGTON.President. J. E. EDWARDS.Vice-President.
D. J. UAKT.SOOK, Secretary. J. J. HoraiNS, Assistant Secretary. J. E. WOLF, Sup. of Agencies.
SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH OFFICE, AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
J. P. THOMAS. President. 8. L. LEAPHART.Secretary.
DR. ISAAC BRANCH. Superintendent of Agencies.
Bo.vitn op DinECTons.-John McKenzie, John S. Preston, F. W. McMastcr, W. B. Galick,
John T. Sloan, sr., Dr. R. W. Gibbes, R. C. Shiver, Thompson Earle.
STATE AT LABOE.- EX-GOV. M L. Ronham, Gen. M. C. Butler, Gon. J. D. Kennedy, Col. T. C.
Perrin, Dh Isaac Branch, Dr. H. Cook.
The consolidation of the two most popular Southern Companies ia full of advantages to the
j policy-holders of both Companies. Its expenditures will bo less, and with less relative risk.
The future dividends will bo moro certain, and probably greater in amount, and a batter re
I served fund created. .
NO RIGHT of old policy-holders will be affected; they will continue to pay the same rate as
j before; to hold tho same policios as before: to have the eamo rights, benefits' and privileges as
I beforo, and have equal present security with greater future benefit than before. All reaewals
I of old policies will be in name ol new Company, under special authority from the respectivo
I Directors of tho old Companies. ,
A NEW CHARTER was obtained with tho rights of policy-holders guaranteed, and wo call
special attention to tho following desirable features in said charter: ,
".SEC. 2. The business of the Company shall be to mako insurance on the lives of individuals
.in all tho branches of Life 'Insurance; to grant, purchase or dispose of annuities or re-insure
risks." . i
>*tit.c.. 4. The business of the Company SHALL be conducted on tho plan of DISTRIBUT?
ING TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS THE PROFITS of tho business, as hereinafter provided,
unless by thc consont of the assured tho policy selected is non-participating.*' '
'SEC. 15. This Company may issuo policies on the lives of husbands and parents, or others,
for thu benefit of wives and families, or other beneficiaries interested io their lives-as ances?
tors, descendants, creditors or dependents, and the samo shall not bo Hablo far the debts ol
contracts of tho assured, except as provided in tho policies iusned."
' IJKC. IC. Thc Company may issue policies payable IN GOLD : Prodded, premiums are paid
I in the same.*
"Sec. 16. Tho permanent investment of funds shall bo in mortgages or liens on UNENCUM?
BERED REAL ESTATE WORTH DOUBLE THE AMOUNT LOANED."
We would also call attention to the rights secured in polity as part of thc contract.
Rights of party to non-forfeiture in ah its policies.
Rights of party to re-instateinent-paid np policy, and Gurrender value whoro "intervention
of armies'' or any other causo cnts the insured oft from home ofllco. This feature, omitted in
policies of Northern Companies, oost tho Southern people very heavily in thu late war, and
should make them seek the only Company that provides against auch contingency in future.
Home Companies now have in their pol ides, that parties who "take up arma against" certain
named States, "or tho United States," render their policy null and void This fs making cer?
tain what was beforo uncertain, and ia ton great a minding politics, war and lifo insurance.
"The PIEDMONT AND AULINGTON" bas ?.'model charier and nwdtlpolia,, plainly elating
rights of parties and guarding those rig/its against socriiico.
lt given dividends st tho end of tirst year, when all cash is paid, and of second year, when
part loan is taken. Tho all cash plan is unreservedly recommended as in overy wny most satis?
Wo now confidently appeal to every ono interested in Southern prosperity to look to their
own interests, by sustaining their own institutions, und thereby establishing 'hst ?o.'?-cuu?l
denee without which then: can bo no pormament prosperity, near in mind that already over
?10 060,000 are annually sent North for Life Insurance, taking bo mucli from oiir strength, and
thereby giving additional power to our competitors.
We offer a solid, reliable Life Insurance Company, thoroughly Southern, in the hands'of men
of tbe highest integrity, with abundant asset e. recent i ?.-ks, tho niofct secure of all investments,
pledged to tetain within the State of South Carolina all funds accruing therein, and, indeed, pre?
sentir* overy advant igo that can lt? desired; and wo only ask a full examination into the sune
rior merits of tho "PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY" ti? insiiro
your p?tronage. LEAPHART, JEFFERSON & HANSON,
Oot 21 Imo General Aconta for South Carolina.
HART & CO.,
BAR IRON, MILL ROCKS,
PLOW STEEL, BOLTING CLOTH,
NAILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
WHOLESALE STORE NO. 29 1IAYNE STREET,
RETAIL STORE CORNER KING AND MARKET STREE!S,
\ sepu Oliarleston, S- O sr*