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THE REBELLION IN THE Bums II NOBTH
WEST TERRITORY. -The, insurrection in.
Winnepeg Territory, British dominions,
hus assumed formidable proportions.
The insurgen ta have established a provi?
sional government and demand a ter?
ritorial go vt rn meut, with a legislature
chosen by tho people, after the manner
of American territorial government. Go?
vernor McDougall is encamped within
the Unitad States lines, in Dacotah Ter?
ritory, apd wjil apply to the Canadian
Government for troops to quell tho re?
bellion. Thd United States will bo ap?
plied to for permission to march troops
thronghib?ir'territories to Fort Garry.
Swot. BEVELATIONS IN PBOSWECT.-Ac- j
cording t?ih New Orleans paper, Mr. Re?
mero, formerly .Mexican Minister to this
Government, is now publishing in one of
tb? journals Of Mexico a series of papers'
extending through the years 18G7 uud ?
1808, consisting of reports of histrnnsac- ?
lions iu the United States-private and !
oilicial--Which aro runkiug some queer
revelations qt the confidential conversa- j
lions of Hmm tors, members of the Homo ?
of Representatives, und other high !
officials of ' this Government. It is said
that the j.ajre likely to he very omharrnss- ?
ing to some public men, whose dealiugs i
with tho Mexican bonds and contracts
are recklessly imponed.
RESUMPTION OP SPECIE PAYMENT DIB
OITSSED ?BX LEADING MERCHANTS.-The !
Doily 2fetcs says an important meeting j
of leading merchants and importers wu? j
held in >New Yo?k on the 10th, for dis- J
cussing the subject of n return to specie I
payment. It was tho unanimous deci- j
sion that tho sooner Secretary Boutwell j
issues au ordor to receive greenbacks in
payment for custom duties, tho better.
The amount of merchandize now in bond
in that city ii pV, mated at $500,000000.
It wnw stated at .?tho 'mooting that tho de?
cision i>t thc Mapicmo Ooi?rt denyingthe
itoiihliUttiunalitTlof the legal tender Act !
Su^tt?yi^EssAf?r-^-The Pn-ahleut, in ,
conversation, Un? slated that his message j
would-tijof e?i?eecl probably two columns
of ;m iiffliiuicy imw^paper-twenty or1
t hirty puget* ?f cup paper. He will uou
Hue hiitiseif to facts and recoiu inunda- ;
tints,amlw^UnnoLiuduIfco lu elaborate!
argument*'M)tf"i ?ny: subject. The mes- j
su?e will b'o sent to, OougrofcS in iimuu
seript, and will he -kept opon until tho
lust moment, iu order that any new mat- j
ter arising may be incorporated if necea- !
Hsry. ....r . I
FATAL ACCIDENT.-Tho Wiuusboro |
Weir* states that on Weduesduy last, I
while a party of gentlemen were return
tug home from tho circus, one of them, j
Mr. Wm. Brown, whilo carelessly hand?
ling his pistol, fired it off and fatally
wounded his brother-in-law, Mr. Daniel
Reed. Tho ball passed through the right
ROBBINO TIIE MAIL.-David Orme, a
yonug man of eighteen or nineteen, de?
puty postmaster ut this place, was arrest?
ed during the past week, upon a charge
of having robbed the mail. He hasgiveu
hail, and is now at large. He is to ap?
pear in Columbia, next week, or some
time soon, tn stand hts trial.
Aman numed nealy, sixty-nine years
of age, living iu South Boston, beat his
wife's brains ont on Monday night with
an axe. His son, n young mau of twen?
ty-one, discovered him ns ho was giving
the last blows to tho woman's already
lifeless body. He was arrested and com?
mitted for trial yesterday.
Willis German, colored, has been ar?
rested at Norfolk, charged with the mur?
der of a merchant named Bradford, at
Charleston, S. C., in 18C8.
TO THE OWNERS
siTCATcn is Tin:
?NHL'RH jour DWELLINGS in tho X TNA
Fl RR INSURANCE COMPAN Y, ol Marl
ford. The strongest Fire Insurance Company I
III America. Incorporated in 1819. Charter
perpetual. Cash capital uud assets, ?5,300,000.
Agency tl i sl established in Columbia in 1839.
The .Etna has earned a high reputation
throughout the Skate by its honorable and
f.iir adjustment. and prompt payment, ot all
claims for losses. No case of litigation with
any claimant has ever occurred in the State.
The Undersigned has represented tho .Etna ]
in Columbia for the last twenty years. Rute?
reasonable^ GEO ROE HUGGINS.
Genorai Agent for the upper Ci unties of the
State of South Carolina. Ollieo in rear of
M ens rn. Duflio ,V Chapman's, under tho Co
nnibia Hotel, Columbia, S. C. Nov :> Imo
p. y^j?|\ ||
J. F. BOZEMi-N.PrOHident.
D. F. WILCOX, Secretary.
CONTINUES to furnish perfect security
against lose or damn?e hy lire on all kinds
of insurable property, at adequate rates.
Agents can be found at every prominent point
in tho Southern States, to whom applications
for insurance may be made. Apply to
H. E. NICHOLS A CO.,
Oct 17 ||6tuflS Columbia, 8. C.
rriiiV. Lifo ot a? Fleeb in Bleed- '?hooHaalttr
X of Lifo ie purity of Floah. Without purity.
or Blood, no Flesh oan befree from disonW1. :
HELNITSH'S QUEEN'8 DELIGHT
Ja now ? recognised hoaeohold Medicine of
remarkable remedial powers, inyentod and
compounded by the Proprietor, which bo Iras
called hv the enphonion* wonbriquot .
"QUEEN'S DELIGHT." '
ITS CONSTITUENT VIIOPEKTIES. ". ,
QUEEN'S UELIOHT ls an an altorativo, prouucr
?UR a gradual change in tho
HKINITHU'B functions of organs, as to
permit a healthy action to
tase tho plaao ot disease.
QUEEN'S DELIOBX Ia doobatruont by it? di ve rs i -
. ?d autiou; ?omovcsobstruc
HKINITSB'H .ions, reduces iuflammation
and enlargement of thc
glanda and rhicera. *?2
QUEEN'S DKI.IOHT la an Iuvigoraut ?nd"ToTiiC:
it produces a gent?o and
permanent excitement of'all
the vital actions observable
iu thc functions of organic
UMNIIKHH lifo; and is, therefore, ad
uiienaMu in diao.aucs of tho
stomach, Liver and organs
QUEEN"? DEI.IOHT ls a stin" .?ting, alterativo
d i apho.se i ic, promoting per?
spiration, removing humors
in ibo blood, producing a
Hi.ixi rsH'N HQaUJjft ^?cfi?p5>r?tho skin,
rcuiovca Boils, Pimples,
Blotches hud . Cutaneous
QUEEN'S IIKMOHT ls apcrloiHf, . gently setlng
upon . tbtf" bowel ay- thereby
TcmoVfog oficie matter, pro?
ducing- a henhhy ieeiiug ot
HiuaiTSM'tJ' tho ntnmuch 1 and . head.
Headache* a-ni. uervoas din
ordern arc cured by its BBC.
QUEEN'S DKLIOUT IA expectorant, increasing
th?? bccrtiious- from thc
inncoua membrane .of the
air ' coila and "passages ot
HKIMITBK'S the lungs, br' nen-bts it-, dis?
charge; is*,1 therefore, a re?
medy, combined with* Cod
Liver Oil, in all cases of Con
bUliiption, Colds, Ac.
'Plie high appreciation in which it is hold by
tho profession and the golden opinions of the
people, and their many testimonials, will make
it a doHirahlo uVfliciiio for Druggiatu to.Jceop
constantly nu hand.
The sick, feeble and those in deliratr health,
and all persons living in warm climatee, and
all unaeelimated. will rind thc
QUEEN'S DELI G H T
A gr? t medicine, protecting them from "arl
those diseases which original?.- ib a had condi?
tion of the blond at i'd clUnattc Inflru-iiccs
. fur sale by Druggists throughout Ihr stale.
The traiie supplied bv >
FISH KB A H IC I NITS H. Columbia, S. C.
PLUMB A L F.I TN Kit, AuRtista, Ga.
; J. ll. X Kl LEN A CO.. Macon. Ga.
JOHN F. HENEY, Now York.
, MANSFIELD A HIGBEE. Memphis,Tenn.
I JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY A COWDEN.
Aug Ht f'bthidolphia.
J if Liver Coin
Ipl&int aro un
j .i-n.i ss a u d
?pain in tho sid?.
Nonn-tim es the pain is ii- tho shoulder, and is
mistaken for iheuniatitm, The stonjach is
affceled with loss of appetite ,and sickness,
bo Mids iu general costive, souiiiiiies al terns t>*
lng with lax. The head is 11 ?JU I >11 il. vi i tb pain,
and dull, heavy sensation, considerable lot-sol
memory, accompanied with painful sensation
of having lett undone something which ought
?to have been do:,.. Often complaining of
weakness, debility, ami low spirits. fcjome
! times some ot the above symptoms attend the
I diseaso. and at. oilier times very few of them;
KBBBnBMBjBB?aaBaaMKaBBnut the Liver is
"_"___-_, H-'t-nerallv theor
XxIVlSR . KM most ar.
. ?rMvsd. -Cwro
llhe Liver with
i DR. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,
1 A preparation of roots and hoi ha, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, and ca'li do no Injury
to any one.
lt lias been used by hu adp da, and known
for the last thii tyTfive years ss one of thc most
reliable, euicacio'ua and harmless preparations
i ever offered to tho snfi'erinji. If taket^ rogu
I lariy and perxistentlv, it is sure tocurs..
Dyspepsia, headache, iaundicc./coitiveneBs,
i .-ick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections' ?1
! the, bladder, camp dysentery. Bijections of the
8' C?osmBO?OBBBBBSBBaBBBBrakidncv s. feVt 1,
I caBBSISS-X&BBffBBa?SBBSBBBK<BBB?l ,,lu skiu, im
I purity of ino D:OOU, ineiauclioly, or depression
; of spirits, heartburn, colic, or palus in the
! bowels, pain in tho head, fever aad ague,
dropsv, boils, pain iu baek and limbs, asthma,
? erysipelas, female affections, and bilious dis?
eases generali v. Price M; bv mail, SI.35.
Prepared only by J. H. ZGILIN & CO..
Druggists, Macon, Ga.
The following highly respectable persona can
; fully a'test to the virtues of this valuable medi
. cine, and to whom we most respectfully refer:
; Gen. W. S. Holt, President 8. W. B. ft. Com
j pany; Rev. J. B.>'uldor, Percy* Ga.; Gol. E. E.
I Sparks, Albany,Ga.; Geo. J, Lum-furd, Esq.,
Conductor S. W. B. lt.; C. MaStereon, Esq.,
Sheriff Bibb County : J. A. Butts, Bainbridge,
Ga.; Dykes A. Sparhawk. Editors floridian,
Tallubhssee; Rev. J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga.;
Virgil Powers. Eui., Superintendent S. W. B.
B : Daniel Hilliard, Billiard's Station, Macon
&. Brunswick K. P., TW?KI?U County, (Ja ; Glen
I ville Wood, Wood's Factory. Macon. Ga.; Bev.
i E. F. Eaxtoiiiug, P. E. Florida Conference;
Major A. F. Wooley. Kingston, Ga.; Editor
Matron Teirgrapit, and John lng alls, formerly
of Columbia, s.e.
For sale br al? 'Iniirt'ii-ts. July 13 }3mo
"HEINITSH'3~QUEEN 'S DELIGHT,
Till! WONOKB Ot"
HOUSEHOLD REMEDY lor fverv DIS?
EASE Ol' TH? BU)OD. , No Medtotuo
has attained such a world-wide reputation ns
this justly celebrated compound.
Its extraordinary healing powei s an- atti st?
ott to by thousands, and ever) mail ia freight?
ed with letters bearing testimony to it H excel?
lent character und worth a* a medicine.
Orders are coming in frbin nil quarters, and
?ill bear unmistakable evidence of RH great
FOR III .nous IV TIIK BLOOD.
? ?MT- 'WI*}
H?fcy- QUEEN'S DELIGHT, -i?ao
THU fiXTKAT -*?g ?
XSt?T- BLOOD AND LIVER -^ftC
HB?cr* . toga
g-esy- MEDICINE. -^?P
. .-'io ;,M ' , '-?a?"
.Hx^iv'iciiuo.? MTrvrusiji noA '
ff :i :, . i Ba aura and ask for. , " " L ?
Anti eeo that bte name'is (itt IL ''!
Look out ainUvoiiriii.a? imltafloilH. .
FISHER A ^El^'rs.H.^ior?saJe'XR?niS,' ' 1.
Jplyff-t . . __Colnmhla.fr p;
' Virginia Bather.
1 K KIT8 good Virginia BuTTETt, for'sals
JL?_> low for cash. E. A G. D. HOPE.
MM fupplu^bj^jy, apd to bo used by,women
to thpno casesI
wt'?re (bo wp mb !*> disordered, and will care
any irregularity in tb? "mensas," except in
euchcasis ss requlfo?a enfgtWd oporation. As
therm laet sra v?ry rare, ?ie FEMALE REGU?
LATOR is of ?lnjost ubiv?rsal application. In
a sudden check of the "monthly courses" from
COLD, trouble of mind, or like causo, it acts
like a charin, by BESTOSIMO THE Dinon ARO r. IN
^vrav i?^AWOTr,ihtrrr??BTlHg ttrefcrcr, head?
ache, pain w tb? aaiaUef tbe badk and '.'lower
stomach," flush oe of heat about'tho faco, chilly
sensations, buming of tho cyo-lids, and gene?
ral restlosBneas. Taken in timo, all these
?ytnptoms pass away immediately, without in?
jury to tho constitution. Frequently, how
over, tho proper remedy ie not applied in lime,
tho disease becomes chronic, and tho founda
tion laid for numberless evil? to tho constitu
tion of tho woman. Tho next "turn" comee j
around, and Utero is no "show," or perhaps
tho"*wu?tos" will appear. There will bo some
unoasiuoss about the womb, but very ! itt lo or
none of tho natural Huh! ?soaping. Tho com?
plexion becomes sallow, bowels swollen, a sort
of greenish casto about the faco, constant,
dull, aching paine in tho hoad, weight in tho
lower stomach and back, with or without
whites, palpitations of tho heart, pallor, ex?
haustion, indigestion, wear i nees, languor, ach?
ing across tho loins, lons of appetite, pain in
lett broaet, tightness across tho chest, cough
and giddiness. If still allowed to go on,
"green sickness'' will be fully developed; tho
headache becomes severo, with loBB Of memo?
ry,.diminished sensibility, SICK, STOMACH, dys?
pepsia, no relish for food, loos of flotdi, in?
creased llutterhig of tho heart, HWKLLINO or
Tntf FEET, legs and body, and occasional spit?
ting of blood. Tho ?lightest effort causes
nvnuu.n unEATUiNO, ahnest to suffocation.
?'ho skiu is Hubby, and has a '"doughy feel."
?hia is a sad picture, but it ia ?i i condition
orin?os audaer women' between- tb*'ages of
alleen and forty-iivu. who aro brought to the
gravo by ignorance, or neglect to tal.o thc pro?
To all who aro afflicted with any of tho symp?
toms above-men ti oneil, in coom ct ion with an
irregularity of tho "monthly sickness," we
earnestly say TAKE PH. J. BUAPFIKLD'S FEMALE j
RrtftLATon. A few ounces taken, you will at
onco experience its benefit, and with a little
patience, you'Hill bo fully restored lo health.
This remedy bas bonn extensively used for
upward ot twenty years by many ot tho most
experienced and successful physicians in
Georgia. No family should bc without two or I
? We repeat, that Dn. J. BaAUriELD'H FEMALE
REOUXATOB i? prepared for WOMEN, aud tobe
used by women only; - A trial is all wo ask. ;
Prepar?*, and sold in WIT qnantltv, by
? . BRADFIELD A CO., Atlanta, Ga.
We. the undersigned Druggists, tah o plea?
sure in commending to tba irado Dr. J. Brad
debi's Female Regulator, believing it to bo a
good and reliable remedy for tho disease for
<fhieb berVv.ommeud? it." '
PKMSSUTOX, WILSON, TAYLOR A CO., Allanta.
W. A. LAXKUELL, Atlanta, Ga.
W. 0. L.vwsnE, Atlanta, Qa.
W. SOOT ,V SON, Mariotta, Ga.
STATE or OEOUOIA, Tnouv COVNTX. , I
I This ii to certify thiit I have exr.mlned the
recipe pt Vr.-Iosiah bradfield,, of thin County,
I and. as a medical man, pronounce il to bu u
combination of modicums of great merit in the
treatment of all discaaes of females for which
ne recommends it. wk', P. BEASLEY, M. D.
. Tins DECEMUES 21, i2C?.
C?BTEBSVILLE, G'C. April 2fi, 18C9.
Tills ?ill certify that two members of my ,
?inmediato family, after having suffered for
many years from monitrual irregularity,, sud
having been treated without bom tit by vat iou
medical doctors, were at length completely
cured by one bottle of Dr. J. bradfield'* Fe-'
male Regulator. I therefore deem il my dut*
to iuruish this certificate, with the hop? of
drawing the attention of suffering womankind
tu tho merits of a medicino whoso power in
curing irregular and suppressed menstruation
has been proven umltu' my, own personal ob?
servation. Hs (fleet on such caf os la truly
wonderful, sud well may the remedy be callcd
"Woman's Boot Friend." Youri?, respectfully,
JAMES W. STMANOI:."
W. IL TUTT, of Augusta, Ga., and BOWIE A
MOISE, of Charleston, H. C., Wholesale Agents.
Price $1.50 psr bottle. For salo nv FISHER
A HEINITSH, GEIGER A MCGREGOR, and
C. H. MIOT, Columbia. S. C. Oct ggjlg
Ayer'a Cathartic Pills, for all the Pur?
poses of a Laxative Medicine.
PERHAPS no one
medicine is sn univer?
sally required by every
body aa a cathartic,
nor,was ever any bo?
tero ao universally
adopted into aso, in
every country a>.d
^_among> all claeses> as
'"this mild but efficient
?purgative PILL. 'J he
obvious reason is, that
it is a more rcliablo and far moro effectual
remedy than any other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cured them; thoso who
have not, know that it cures their neighbors
and friends, and all know that what it does
onco it docs always-that it never fails
through any fault or neglect ol' its composi?
tion. Wohavo thousands upon thousands of
certificates of their remarkable cures of thc
following complaints, bnt mich euros arc
known in every neighborhood, and we neod
uot publish them. Ail tpted to all ages and
conditions iu all climates ; containing neither
I calomel or any deleterious drug, they ni", y bo
taken with safety by anybody. Their sugar
ooaling preserves them over fresh and makes
them nleaaanl to tako, while being purely
vegetable no hann oan arise from their ns? iii
Thuy operate hy I heir powerful influence on
Ibo internal viscera to purify the blood and
stimulate it into healthy action-remove the I
obstructions of thc stomach, bowels, liver aud
other organs ?f Ute body, restoiing their irre
gular action to health, and by correcting, |
wherever they exist,such derangements as aro i
tho first origin of disease
Minute directions aro given in tho wrapper j
ow tho box, for tho following complaints, I
which these PILLS rapidly cure:
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Listlessness,
Languor ano Los? of Appetite, they should bo
taken moderately to stimulate the stomach
and restore its' healthy tone and action.
For Livor Complaint'and its vaiioussvmp
toms, Lilians Headache, Sick Headache, Jaun?
dice or Green Sickness, Bilious Colic and Bi?
lious Fevers, they should be judiciously taken
for each case, to correct tho diseased action
or reniovo the obstructions which cnuso it.
For Dyscnterry or Diarrhoea, but ono mild
dose is generally required.
For Hlu'utnahsm, Gout, Gravel, Palpitation
of the Heart, Pain in *?o Side, Back and Loins,
they should bs continuously taken, as re?
quired, to chango the dintaned action of tho
system. With such chango those complaints
For Dropsy and Dropsical Swellings, they
should be takon in, large and frequent doses
to prod nee the effect of a diastic purge.
xor tiupprrsiioh a largo doss should be
taken, as it produces the drsirod effect by
sympathy, i.. . : .v. (
Ai a Dinner Pill, take one or two Pills to
promoto digesti?n and relieve the stomach.
' An occasional dose stimulates tho stomach
and bowels into hoalthy action, restores tho
aenetite. and invigorate? thoavatem. Hence
>?MK efttm dud? thai ? Oese of- thetb Pills
-makes bim feel decidedly better, from their
sieaneing and renovating o fleet on Gie digos live
apparatus. If I .
Or. J. C. AVttndt CO., Practical Clicmlu
?apt 8 LOWELL, MASS., U. S.A. fimo
I!?1 B C U S'S
El U A. Gr- IE. X*. I S3 !
Will Exhibit at Columbi i.
T W O DA YS O NL Yt
KIt?O.w AMI) s.vri.K?>AV, DEC. 3 ?S; 4.,
TEN SHOWS m ONE!
THE Mammoth Zoological Department, in
clading tho moat completo and recherche I
[(Selections of beautiful Foreign aud Native 1
I bTUPs, and the moat extensive collection ot !
In America, supported by tho largo?!
In the World!
Thia stupendous enterprise, tho SE PLUS ,
ULTRA ot Modern Ex ni bi lions, eon tain H
150 Men, and 250 Horses,
'? FIVE LADY EQUESTRIENNES,
THREE POPULAR CLOWNS,
lu thu Zoological Department will be found
A GNU, OR HORNED HORSE, j
W jtklto lilama, i
A HERD OF TAPIRS,
A LIVE BABY WHITE CAMEL,
A FLOCK of AUSTRALIAN EMEUS, j
HERD OF PORCUPINES.
Performing Elephant "EMPRE88," Chetah,
Langhing HyenaB, Bengal Tiger, Zebra, Aut
trnlian Dear, African Lions,
A Complete Aviary, &c, &c, &c.
Tb?? Champion Pe?nale Itidi r of the World. !
With his Dancing Hoists, "GIIAV EAUI.K"
and "STONKWAM.,"' from the. Hippodrome,
JIL.LI'". Kit A\(;ES,
In her Acta of Changos amj Legitimate
Tho Treble-Somersault Equestrian.
Fonr-Horso Hider and Double-Somersault.
Tho Daring Voltigeur uud Double-Homer
MONS. BOYD, W. CARROLL, 0 RIVERS, J.
ABDELE, W. J. JAC OBS.
EL SINO WILLIE. A SD
LA PETITE ADELAIDE,
GEO. SLOMAN, SIGNOR CASILLO.
The throe Grotesque and Popular Clown?,
LOW LOW, HOHISSOS AND CAMPBELL.
And a Host of Excellent
i.4*ojd. 1 o Taloxit.
LOOK OUT FOR THE
CIRCUS OK WHEELS,
And not a Cramped Railroad Show, ?nd wait
for its eortaiu coming.
"OLD JOHN ROBINSON," j
Remember, In ?U bis ripe experience
and antarntotred is.
TWO PBRPORMANOB8,'eae* day, at S and
jalf.paet 7 P.M. .
Procession will enter tba eity at 10 o'olock.
Children under 10 yean . - - 60 Centt.
Nor 17 ?
is?HajssW?f>m<sa*a*&^^ I? linn iun m r 1 4
Fire Dog? and Dendert, . . ?ol?i??? &MU ?htoni.
AM ANDHOME ABKOt-tm?nt or Plain ?nd pr f\ BB LS. Peach Blow POTATOES.
Fanoy FI HE . D?GH, SHOVELS A*t> OU ?*? bbl?. NortheirrONJON?. i
TOBOS, KEN DE dB, A o., .Ve., ou hand and for SCO bbl?, more Cabbage Head?, ?anio a?
naif low, hv J. A T. It. AON KW. were lately on exhibition at the PHOZNIX eflloe.
-?-rTZ-For ?ale by GEO. BY M M RUB.
California Champagne. i-~-?
p?/\ CASES, pinta and quart?, pure Cali- Axe?; Axes'.! .. K iftJ
OU fornta CHAMPAGNE, much superior to 1 AA DOZ. Boat Oast Stael, Warranted
tho adulterated Wines imported from Europe. LvFv" AXES, on baud and for ?ale low, at
On|hand for ?ale low by J. ft T. H. AGNEW. wholesale and retail, br J.AT.R. AGNEW.
PREMIUM ROOK ISLAND OOOBS.
THIS FIXE LIKE OF GOODS, WHICH OBTAINED THE PREMIUM
AT THE FAIR, ARE NOW ON SALE AT
J. H. & M. L. KINARD'S.
CALL AND LOOK AT THEM. ENCOURAGE SOUTHERN MANUFAC?
TURES^ _Nov 14
INSURE YOUR DWELLINGS
SOITOERN MUTUAL \WMM COMM, OF ATHENS, GA.,
Georgia Home Insurance Gom'y, of Columbus.
POLICIES participate in profits, thereby effectiug un nuunal reduction of tbe
premium. Protect the old homestead, at the least possible cost.
H. E. NICHOLS & co., Agenta.
Nov 10__ _ 1 roo
ORE AT INDVOBUBNT?
J. H. & M. L. KINARD'S.
SPECIAL LINE OF DRESS GOODS just received and offered at a smell ad
kJ vance on cost.
Special line of DOMESTICS, purchased since the recent fall in cotton.
Special line of SHAWLS, in Bingle, double and Arab.
Special lino of CLOAKS, in latest designs, manufactured expressly for ns.
Special lino of FURS, io River Mink, Coney, Siberian Squirrel and Russinn
Special lino of GENT'S FUKNIHHINU GuOlJ?.
CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
Prices guaranteed as cheap as tho cheapest. Friends, and visitors to the city,
are respectfully invited to call and examine onr stock, ns we feel confident it will
bo to their advantage to do HO. J. H. & M". L. KINARI).
Nov 10 One Door Sooth of Colombia Hotel.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
H. E. NICHOLS & CO., AGENTS.
Esta tolisiiecl, - - - - 1849,
REPRESENT Compmies eminent for AGE, STABILI TY and HONORABLE
DEALING, possessing aggregate accumulated assets of nearly
gao .ooo ,000 .
PIEDMONT AXD ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE CO., OF RICHMOND, VA,
HOHE OFFICE, NORTH-EAST CORNER MA TN AND NINTH STREETS.
A??ru ovrr - - 91,500,000 JV?t Hurplua over - - . $500,000
1?..Heirn lauued lu two Yian, over ------ 8.6UO
^MOWING a success beyond precedent. lwsu.-s on Mutual, Non-Forfeiting and Return Pre?
O minni plans. Kirnt Dividend cu Lifo Policies Forty Per Cent., which proves tbs economy
[>t ita management and ita careful ??lection of risks.
WM. C. CAltltlNGTON.President. J. E. EDWARDS.Vice-Pr?sident.
L>. J. HAUTSOOK, Secretary. J. J. HOPKINS, Assistant Secretary. J. E. WOLF, Sup. of Ageno.es.
SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH OFFICE, AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
J. P. THOMAS .President. 8. L. LEAPHART.Secretary.
DR. ISAAC BRANCH.Superintendent of Agencies.
ROAHU OF DiRKCTona.-John McKenzie, John B. Preston, F. W. McMaeter, W. B. Galick,
John T. Sloan, ar., Dr. R. W. Gibbes, lt. C. Shiver, Thompson Earle.
STATK AT LARGE -EX-GOT. M L. Ronham, Gen. M. C. Butler, Gen. J. D. Kennedy, Col. T. C.
Perrin, Dr. Isaac Branch, Dr. H. Cock.
Tho eon HOI ulai inn of thc two niout popular Southern Companies is full of advantages to the
policy-holders of both Companies. Ita expenditures will be less, and "With less relative lisk.
The futuro dividends will be moro certain, and probably greater in amount, and a better re?
served lund created.
NO RlOilT of old policy-holders will bo affected; they will continue to pay the same rate as
before; to hold the same policios as before: to have the same rights, benefits and privileges as
before, and have equal prosont aocurity with greater future benefit than before. All renewals
of old policios will bo in name of new Company, under special authority from the respective
Directors of the old Companies. ,
A NEW OHABTER was obtained with the rights of policy-holdors guaranteed, and wo aalt
special attention to the following desirable features in said charter:
"SKC. 2. The business of the Company shall be to mako insurance on the lives of individual?
in all tho branches of Lifo Insurance; to grant, purchase or dispose of annuities or re-ineuro
"SKO. 4. The business of the Company SHALL bo conducted on the plan of DISTRIBUT?
ING TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS THE PROFITS of tho business, as hereinafter provided,
unless by tho consent of tho assurod thc policy selected is non-participating."
"SEO. 15. This Company may issuo policies ou tho lives of husbands and parents, or others,
Tor tho benefit of wives and families, or other beneficiaries interested in their lives-as'anoes*
Lura, descendants, creditors or dependen ty, and tho same shall not bo liable for the debts cu
liontracts of the assured, except as provided in the policies issued."
' Knc. IC. The Company may issue policies payable IN OOLD : Provided, premiums aro paid
in tho same." .*Ci?
"SEC. 16. Tho permanent investment of funds shall bo in mortgages or liena on UNENCUM?
BERED REAL ESTATE WORTH DOUBLE THE AMOUNT LOANED."
We would also call attention to tho rights secured in policy as part of the contrail.
Iii ch ts of party to non-forfeiture in au ita policies.
Bights of party to re-instatement-paid np policy, and surrender value where "intervention
?f armies" or any other cause cuts thu insured off from home office. This feature, omitted in
policies of Northern Companies, cout thc Southern people very heavily in thu late war, snd
thoitld make them Heck the only Company that provides against such contingency in future.
Some Companies now have in their policies, that parties who "take up arma >? gainst" certain
named States, "or tho United States," render their policy null and void. This is making cer?
ium what was before uncertain, and is too great a mingling politics, war and lifo insurance..
"The PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON" has a model charier and moddpolicy, plainly stating
right* of partie* and guarding those, rights against sacrifice.
lt gives dividend* at tho end of first year, when all cash is paid, ind of second year, when
.KL! t loan ?B taken. The all cash plan is unreservedly recommended as in overy way moat satis?
Wo now confidently appeal lo every one interested in Southern prosperity to look to their
iwu interests, by sustaining their own institutions, and thereby establishing tbat self-confi
lence without which there can be no perrnament prosperity, (lear in mind that already over
'lO.OOO.COO are annually sent Non h for Life insurance, taking BO much from onr strength, and
hereby giving additional powor to our competitors.
Wc offer a Holid, reiiablo Lifo Insurance Company, thoroughly Southern, in the banda of men
>f the highest integrity, with abundant asset?, recent i isks, tho mo?tsecnre of all investments,
fledged to retain icithtn the State of South Carolina all funds accruing therein, and, Indeed, pre
tenting everv advantign that eau bo desired: and wo onlv ask a full examination into the supe?
rior monts of the "PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY" to insure
your patronage. LEAPHART, JEFFERSON A HANSON,
Oot 21 lino General Agents for South Carolina.
HART & CO.,
BAE IRON, MILL BOCKS
PLOW STEEL, BOLTING CLOTH,
ti AILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
WHOLESALE STORE NO. 80 f?A YNE STREET,
RETAIL STORE CORNER KINO AND MARKET STREETS,
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