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"Let our Just Censure
Attend the True Event."
i*Y J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1870.
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YOL. VI-NO. 108.
To Agriculturists, ami Agricultural Or
ganlzatlona tiirougliout the Country.
AoKI?CLTUr^VIi CoNGltESB TO BB HEIID IN
AUGUSTA, GA., OCTOBER 26, 1870.-The
necessity of co-operation amongst agri?
culturists nnd agricultural organizations
of tho Southern States is becoming more
manifest every year. Public improve?
ments, the diffusion of agricultural
science, and tho proteotion of tho rights
of agriculturists have not hitherto; re?
ceived tho attoutioD, Tvkiok subjects of
such vast importance to our prosperity
demand, and which aro best secured by
voluntary association nnd combined ac ?
tion. The interests of the cultivators of
the great staple productions of the South?
ern States demand a central and united
organization, tho object of which shall
tie the promotion of improved methods
of culture, (specially adapted to tho pro?
ductions peculiar to our section,) the im?
provement of our labor system, the en?
couragement of foroigu emigration, and
the diversification of our agricultural
productions. A geueral desire for nu
organization with these objects iu view
is expressed by leadiug agriculturists
throughout tho South. It is, therefore,
proposed to organize au association,
which shall meet annually at some acces?
sible point in one of the Southern States,
where agriculturists from overy section
shall assemble, to deliberate iu council,
and fully commuicato the result of their
experience as tending to the advance?
ment of tho art3 of husbandry and kin?
It is suggested that the initiatory as?
sembly conveno at Augusta, Ga., during
the holding of the great Fair of the
"Cotton States Mechanics' aud Agricul?
tural Fair Association," in October next.
In furtherance of the foregoiug, tho un?
dersigned have been appointed a joiul
committee from the Cotton States Me?
chanics' and Agricultural Fair Associa
tion, and from the Augusta Board oi
Trade, to mako all necessary arrange
menta for the first meeting, which wil
bo held in this city, October 26, 1870
The several State and County organiza
tions throughout tho country are cordi
ally invited to send delegates.
The first business before the assembb
will bo the permanent organization o
an Agricultural Congress, election o
officers, etc., to be followed by free dis
cussion of agricultural subjects. Tb
central location of Augusta, and ita ex
tensivo railroad councctious, make i
easy of access from all parts of the conu
try. Arran gemeu ts are mad o with th
various railroads to carry delegates fro
of charge, or at reduced rates. Dele
gates, in order to avail themselves c
this privilege, will have to present dui
authenticated certificates of appoint
ment to the Agricultural Congress.
Associations are requested to report, r
early as practicable, the names and nuu
ber of delegates they may appoint. A
communications will bo addressed t
Mr. JJ. H. Gray, Secretary Cotton Stat?
Mechanics' and Agricultural Fair, Ai
gusta, Ga. WM. H. TUTT,
Pres't C. S. M. and A. F. Association.
Pres't Augusta Board of Trade.
M. L. BONHAM,
P. J. BERCKMANS,
T. P. BRANCH,
AUGUSTA, GA., July 15, 1870.
The Courier des Etats Unis, the orgi
of French opinion in New York, co
tains au admirable article on the war
admirable in sentiment, advice and e
pression. Though a party to the stri
just [commenced in Europe, it counst
liberality toward the enemy of Frauc
taking a largo and philanthropic view
the whole question, and thus admin
tering a severe rebuke to all who lo
their temper in the contemplation of
grave a subject. Wo annex au extrt
from its remarks, and would comme:
it to the careful consideration of o
readers. The Courier says:
11 But let us for a moment silence t
tumultuous emotions that awake in ns
order to contemplate tho situati
with that coolness aud calmness whi
an hour so solerau requires. Two gn
nations are about to rend each other t
til one of them sucoumbs. We ?cc
false patriotism, and aro free to conf
that tho enemy who confronts her
worthy of France; that, far from desi
ing that foe, we regard her as very ?
midablo, and it is with livoly emot:
that we estimate the gravity of tho p<
to which tho rude test that our couu
is about to nndorgo exposes us.
"But whatever our pre-occupati
may be, wc do not feel inclined to ut
harsh reproaches and offensive acct
tions. Tho conflict now preparing
in our opinion, a fatal necessity, wli
bad to be met with resignation soonei
lator. It is thc last instalment of a ?
bequeathed to thc present along with
heritage handed down by a moan
past. Unfortunately, in politics, in
ests at stake easily becomo trausfori
to the condition of auger, and two
tions got to fancy that they detest e
other, when they have, in reality, c
mutual claims to regulate It is f
this point of view, for our part, that
look upon the struggle that has been
tween France and Germany, and, w
ever may be the result, wo believe
tho Jtwo nations may each, on its
side, defend what, from its point of v
it considers its right aud its duty, M
ont ceasing to esteem ono another foi
good qualities which distinguish lj
and for tho services that both have
deretl to humanity.
"Such, too, we trust, is the tho
that will guido other nations in lliei
predation .of the combat that the^
about to wituess. To this end wt
peal particularly to the American pei
not for its exclusivo sympathy, but 1
quest of it an amiable impartiality vi
thc old ties of cordial feeling that ti
the two nations givo U3 a right t
Governor Holden and tho State Mili?
tia of North Carolina aro becoming more
outrageous in their wrongs upon the
people of that Stato every dny. It is
certainly the duty of the President to in?
terfere, under that clause of the Consti?
tution guaranteeing a republican form of
government to each State.
[X. Y. Herald.
A negro woman, named Mary, made a
bold attempt last Tuesday to poison thir?
ty-six persons on the plantation of Judge
H. H. Southwortb, near Sidou, Sunflower
On last Monday, Willie, aged about
eight years, a son of Mr. Joseph N.
Steele, was accidentally drowned iu
Tool's Fork Creek, a few miles from
A baby, bora with a horse'3 head and
three tongues, died in Brooklyn, last
week, of marasmus.
THE ??PAIN KILLER.."-Tho foreign
and domestic demand for Perrv Davis A Sou's
great modicinc-the Pain Killer-waa never
before so largo as it has been of late; and we
think tho time has arrived when the-declara?
tion may bo made, without tho possibility of
refutation, that tho city of Providence, in'thc
State of Ithodc Island, of thc United States of
America, has furnished the entire habitablo
globe with a medicine, which, iu point of uni?
versality ol demand, extent ot usefulness,
completo eflioieucy for all the purposes for
which it is designed and wide- spread, endur?
ing popularity, lias neverbecn equaled by any
medicine in Europe or America. 1
The universality of the demand for tho Pain
Killer, isa novel, interesting, and surprising
feature in tho history of this medicine. Its
"fame has gono out," into every quarter of
thc habitable globe. The Pain Killer is now
regularly sold in largo and steadily increasing
quantities, not only togeneral agents in every
State and Territory of thc Union, and every
Province of British America, but to Unenos
Ayres, Brazil, Uraguay, Peru, Chili and other
South Ameiicau States, to the Sandwich Is?
lands, to Cuba aud other West India Islands;
to England and Continental Europe; to Mo?
zambique, Madagascar, Zanzibar and other
African lands; to Australia and Calcutta,
Raucoou and other places in India. It has
also neon sent to China, and we doubt if there
is any foreign port or any inland city in Africa
or Asia, which is frequented by American and
European missionaries, travelers or traders,
into which tho Pain Killer has not been intro?
duced and been sought after. ,
The extent of its usefulness ia another great
feature of this remarkable medicino. It is
not only tho beat thing ever known, as every?
body will confess, for bruises, cuts, burns,
etc., but for dyseutery or cholera, or any sort
of bowel complaint it is a remedy unsurpassed
for oflJoiency and rapidity of actiou. In the
great cities of British India, and in tho West
India Islands and other hot climates it has
become the standard medicine tor all such com?
plaints, as well as for dyspepsia, liver com?
plaints and other kindred disorders. For
coughs and colds, canker, asthma and rheu?
matic difficulties, it has been proved by, the
most abundant and convincing trials and
testimony, to be an invaluable medicine. The
proprietors are in possession of letters from
persons of the highest character and respou
sibility, testifying, in uuequivocal terms, to
tho cures effected ond tim satisfactory results
produced, in an almost endless variety of
cases, by tho nao of this great medicine.
July 1 illino I Prov. Advertiser.
TUE IIL.OOD IN SUMMER.-Thc blood
deteriorate-!) in hot weather. Profuse perspi?
ration deprives it of a portion of ita nourish
iug and reproductive properties. Consequent?
ly, i:i summer, the llesh loses in some tlegrce,
its firmness, thc muscles lack their usual
elasticity and vigor, and the weight of the
body diminishes. These are clear indications
that the ordinary supply of the life-sustaining
principle afforded by tho focd we eat, ia not
suilicieut to meet thc requirements oi tho
system under a high temperature The re ia
another reason for this, besides thc direct in?
fluence of the heat, viz: tho loss of appetite
mid tho weakening of the digestive powers
which it occasions. Under these circum?
stances, a wholesome iuvigorant is evidently
needed, and the best and safest is HOaTET
TEE S STOMACH BITTENS. This admirable
vegetable tonic and alterative, acts favorably
upon tho system in several ways. It increases
tho appetite and facilitates digestion, thereby
inclining tho atomach to receive and enabling
it to assimilate a due amount of nourishment.
It also tones tho relaxed secretive organs and
tho bowels. Under its operation, thoprocCBS
of emaciation, occaBioneel by the drain through
tho poica, ia arrested, tho whole framo re?
freshed and invigorated, and tho spirits exhi?
larated. Tho dyspeptic, tho bilious, the
nervous, the debilitated, scarcely need to be
told that it ia precisely the stimulant and cor?
rectivo they ought to tako at thia season.
Thousands of them know thc fact by experi?
ence. Nothing in tho pharmacopoeia (or out
of it) will supply its place-least of all tho
trashy local nostrums which some unscrupu?
lous dealers would bo glad, for thc beue?t of
their owu pockets, to peddle out in ita stead.
WEDLOCK-THE BASIS UP CIVIL.
SOCIETY-Essays for Young Men, on the
honor and happiness of Marriage, an! tho
evils and dangers of Celibacy-with sanitary
help for tho attainment of mail's true position
in lifo. Sent free, in scaled envelopes. Ad?
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Phil?
adelphia, Pa. May 21 3mo
South Carolina Bank and Tnut Co.,
(In Building formerly occupied by Gtroiina
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE all issues of
GOVERNMENT BONDS, at current market
rates, also COIN ?nd COUPONS, and execute
orders ior tho purchase and sale ot Gold, and
all first-class securities, on commission.
ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, pay?
able on demanfl, or at fixed date, bearing
interest, and available in all parts of the
Unite d States.
ADVANCES made to our dealer-*, ou ap?
proved collateral!?, at maiket rates of interest.
COLLECTIONS made everywhere in the
United States, Canada aud Europe, and Ex?
change bought and sold.
Dividends and Coupons collected.
HARDY SOLOMON, President.
J. C. RO.VTU, Cashier. June 2J 3mo
CLEVELAND MINEBAL SPRINGS,
HAVING purchased Dr. Taylor's interest in
this property, tho subscriber proposes to
open the Boarding House on tho lHtii of June,
under tho supervision of J. W. Williams, Jato
of tho Mansion House, Charlotte
Tho train on tho Charlotte and Rutherford
Road leaves Charlotte at 7 o'clock a. m.,daily,
(except Sundays, ) and arrives at Cherryville
at ll o'clock, where good Hacks, with careful
drivera, will bo ready to convey passengers to
the Springs at reasonable rates.
cuAR?ES ron BOARD,
?3 per day; ?15 per week; S4S for four weeks.
For children and servante, in tho usual pro
portiou. Children under two years, no charge.
A liberal discount made to families and par?
ties spending tho whole season in tho House.
Tho subscriber would avail himself of this
occasion, to acknowledge, very gratefully, the
liberal share of patronago heretofore extend?
ed to theso Springs by the public.
JOHN J. BLACKWOOD,
_ June 28 Imo PoBt Cftico Shelby, N. C.
Wlier? to SlitoxD.
Formerly Harvey House,
SPARTAMBURG C. H., S. C.
LA un ENS c. n., s. c.
J. Y. H. Williams, Proprietor.
A yw?r-^vs MY friends and tho traveling
n*rif^? public are respect!tilly in
?ttitfiSETjM' formed that tho above named
BaadDq^Hy*-. HOT RT.H aro now nuder my
control; and they may rest assured that tho
reputation of thc two houses will bo fully kept
up. The Rooms aro comfortably furnished
and tho Tables will bo supplied with the best
I everything. May2 3mo
TnE large and commodious HOTEL at this
delightful watering-placo has been tho?
roughly repaired, and titted up with new Fur?
niture, under the superintendence of JOHN
A. MAYS, a>nd will be opened on the 20th of
JULY, tor the accommodation of visitors. No
pains or expense will be spared in providiug
for tho comfort and enjoyment of guests.
With the advantage of a superior Hotel, in
a healthy and beautiful country, added to thc
curative properties of tho water, and thc plea?
santness of thia delightful village, wo believe
that tho invalid or pleasurc^eceker can lind
no place of tho kind hereabout where the time
will be spent more profitably or agreeably.
The Rooms are large and airy, ami are so ar
ranged as to furnish many conve niences, espC'
ciallv to families who do not with to bo sepa
The Tablo will be always furnished with th?
beet the country and cities can afford, and ii
their culinary department, they would say
that they havo secured the services of thoei
wno cannot fail to please, even thc most fas
Complete facilities aro likewieo afforded io
amusements; in a word, the proprietor Hatter
himself that he bas lett nothing undone tba
might afford pleaauro and comfort of hi
A few good horses and buggies will befonm
constantly on hand, fur the accommodatioi
RATES OF BOARS:
Per Dav.$ 2.f.0
Per Week. 12 00
Per Month. 35 00
Special arrangements will be made wit
families at a lower rate tbau the above.
Jnne2f> lnio_JOHN A. MAYS.
" N?CKERSON HOUSE?'
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
lyiilT^l. THIS pleasantly .located HC
u~J^y? TEL, unsurpassed by au
/ Jna"-?^jir? f House in the Smith for comfo
KcSS?fcsEpfi-od healthy locality, is no
open to Travele rs and others seekiug accon
modations. Families can be furnished wit
uice. airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A ca
is solicited." My Omnibus will be found i
the different depots-passengers carried 1
aud from the Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3_WM. A. WRIOHT.
EDWARD H. HE?NITSH.
DRUGGIST AND AP0T1IECAR]
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Drug and Chemical Store,
At thc edd stand of Fisher A. Heinilsh,
OPPOSITE PIMENIX OFFICE.
WHERE DRUGS and MEDICINI
SSiiSfe.01 every kind will be eohl for eas
^g^^at remarkably low prices; who
(S?mS Physicians' Prescriptions and Fan
Ma ly Recipes will bo prepared, und
*mgr^P 2di\ Heinitsh's personal supervisi
and care. Where also tho following indispe
sable articles may be had:
FRESH CONGRESS WATER,
Fresh Citrate Magnesia,
Flavoring Extracta, finest quality,
Toilet Articlee and Colognes,
Toilet and Rath Soap, f jr tho skin and coi
Bathing Sponges, Flesh Brushes,
Tu rh is ii Towels,
Bakers' Broma and Cocoa,
Prepared Wheat, Farinaceous Food, for I
fa ii is and invalids,
Pure Extract of Cairs Feet for Jelly, and 1
improving Soups and Gravies,
Gelatines, Coxes & Cooper's, in sheet a
COLOGNES and PERFUMES for thc Toil
Tho prophylactic character of Periuni
Waters and Otlors has in all ages received t
sanction of eminent and learned Physicist
Til? frequent use of these has often roi>toi
the sick and feeble to health and strength.
Circassian Bloom and Bloom of Youth,
rendering thc Skin soft and fair aa Alabas
Marble; removes all blemishes, freckle* a
. Aromatic Blackberry Syrup, for Bowel Cc
plaint, admirably adapted for children.
Essence of "Jamaica Ginger," Pcrsi
traveling towards tho mountains or tho M
will find this article an indispensable re<]
site For sale by E. H. HEINITSH,
July If_Druggist aud Apothecary
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN the best manner, by first class workm
ENGRAVING liuely executed.
Dec 16_ WILLIAM OLAZI
Guns and Ammunition.
JCST received bv William Glaze, fine E
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, line E
liih Powder, iu Canisters, Shot and Caps, 0
kind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott,'1
Hams A Co.'a Banking House. Doc j
?. H COLEMAN,
OFFICE, Du. GEIGER'S, North-oust COI nt
Flain and Assembly streets. All bush
j promptly attended to. " May 21 3n
1 Thirsty people, go to Pollock's.
TO encourago tho consomption of the genu?
ino unadulterated CALIFORNIA CHAM?
PAGNES, we bavo reduced thc prieta of the
Baino to tho following low oricee for cash only,
Quarts, per Caso of 1 Dozen, $13.00.
Tints, per Case of 2 Dozen, 11.00.
Sparkling Angelica, per cate ol 2
Dozen, Piuts, 11.00.
Sparkling Catawba, per case of 2
Dozen, Pinta, 14 00.
Together with a full assortment of Choice
Ryo Whiskies, Genuino Otard Brandies, Old
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines. Holland Gin,
Rum, and Roctitied Liquors, which arc con?
stantly on hand and for salo at low figures, by
July 9 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Selling Off to Close Out.
AS I intend hereafter to keep only a FIRST
CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT,
I will sell out, at and below coat, my ENTIRE
STOCK of Pistols, Guns, Powdor Flasks, Shot
Touches, Caps, Cartridges, Powder and all
other Fancy Articles.
A fine lot of FANS, selling vcrv low.
June 1 Columbia Hotel Row.
Must be Sold!!
WE have about $10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, more than we can realize on
this Spring, and we arc anxious to
get rid of eome of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAP for that purpose.
Our stock is the largest, in our
line, that has ever been brought
to thia city. Handsome Goods,
and bought right. Large lino of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
etylea of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Beet Fitting SHIRTS. It is cow
generally admitted that wo are
making to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examine
H ? ?Ss \V. C. SWAFFIELD.
A. NEW DISCOVERY ! !
Salvation for the Hair.
\VITIRJ?*^EDIMENT ! !
OI'EN^h?J'HE LIGHT! ! 1
For Restoring to GraMlair its
PHALON'S .'ViTALi^^ifTers ut?
terly from all ?pgfiah coloring
It is l?^^Mcl, sweet smelling,
precipitates no muddy or slimy
matpr,requircs no shaking, im?
parte no stain to the skin. Hold
it toYhe light and it is clear and
clou\jess. It leaves no mark on
the scrKp ; yet it reproduces in
gray haiHtenatural color th2t
time or sicfetsi^jriiay have
bleached out of it.
is for one sole purpose^lfiat of
reproducing,with absolute cer?
tainty, the naturaliser of the
hair. It is nowmtended as a
daily dressio^nor for removing
scurf or ?mdruiT; nor for cu?
ring haziness; nor for stimula?
ting LKe growth of the hair.
Thesl objects may be accom?
plished after the color has been
fixed vtn tne Vitalia, by Pha?
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo
THE ViTALT>*i^a harmless
and unequaled predication for
the reproduction of aie origi?
nal hue of gray hair,a|id noth?
ing else. This is accomplished
in from two to ten applications,
according to theci^th of shade
required. SoJ#royall druggists
Drinkists, go to Pollock's.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITS OF SI & UPWARDS RECEIVED.
IX TE l? EST ALLO WEI) A T THE EA TE 0I
SE VEX PEU CE XT. PER A XX UM,
ON CERTIFICA TES OF DEPOSIT,
A XI) SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTHS ON A CL O UXTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer. I V!"_ r>,."u;o""?"
John P. Thomas, f Vicc-Prcsidenta.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, Colombia.
William Martin, Columbia.
P. W. McMaster, Columbia
A. C. Haskel], Columbia.
J. P. Thomas. Colombia.
E. H. Hcinitsh, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravouel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, WidowB, Or?
phans and others may boro deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to set apart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only be With?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for future use. aro hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where thev will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the samo time, bo subject to withdrawalwhcn
n e e d e il._Aug 18
TnREE months from date, application will
be made to the Columbia Bridge Compa
_? for reuewal of Strip No.-, for forty
seven and a half Shares in said Company,
standing in thc name of Dr. Thomas Wells
the original having been lost in transmission
by mail. C. H. BALDWIN, Attorney.
June 2 3mo
Creme De La Creme.
1 AH BARRELS very superior FAMILY
200 barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For salo low by EDWARD HOPE.
3- - ?' ?' _-i
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Aga,
ALTERA TI 1 E~A?TT-BILIOUS cora'
IN VIGOR A TING PROPERTIES.
I /.-."nr M LIPPMANN great
X/TPA3E ?v'^u. GERMAN MIT
/' I i ?'1'RS in prepared
yi./Za M j, ( > from thc original
(M /tfVi^V^A?aPm -S? r? now m iio^pf>H?iini
preparat ion that
ni;u,J lMv'var(1" et
I ^.^ffi^P^^^IP^^f'' remedy of Gcrma
??rV - nen* physicians.
?GREAT GERMAN EITTEES
i Ia composed cf the purest alcoholic essence of"
I German;.'c la vori te Leverage, impregnated
with the juices and txtracts of rare herbs,.
I roots and tiaiks; all of which cembiDed m%ke
I it one of the best ?md turcst rreparation ftc
the cure of '
Dyspepsia, Loss of Tone ir. the Stomach and
Digestive Organs, Nervons Debility, Lan?
guor, Constipation, Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and a? a
PBEYEXTI YE i on CHILLS AND EEYEI..
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIFTMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS the hist tonic known for the discasesto
which they ere generally subject, anti where a~
gentle stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March IC, 1S7?.
Messrs. Jacoh Li]>}uian tfc Bro., Savannuh.
Ga.-GENTS: I have before mc your esteemed
letter of tho 14th inst., containing varions
documents relative to your "German Eittors."
After a careful examination I must confess
that vour Bitters ia really what yon represent
it to be, an old German recipe of Dr. Mitck
erlich, of Berlin, Trussia. It v iii no doubt bc
excellent for dyspepsia, gecen. 1 Icbility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventive of
chills anel fever. I find it to bo a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I re-main,
yours truly, ^Signed) AUG. F. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MILLS, GA., March 22,1S70.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman ?fe Bro., Brunnish,
Savannah, Ga.-GENTLEMEN: I havo irdro
ducetl your Great Gi im?n Bitters here to my
customers and friends, and I find better sale
for it than any I have ever kept before. Those
who have tried it approve of it very highly,
and I tlo not heaitato in saying that it is far
superior in valuo to nny other Bitters now ia
use. Yours, respectfully, '
(Signed) W. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER &
Wholetale Agents for thc State of South
Carolina- HOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, HENRY
I BISCHOFF A CO.. GLACIUS A WITTE,
STEFFENS, WERNER .t DUCKER, diaries,
ton. S.C. Juno 2 Iv :i
LIFE AND TONTINE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF TBE SOUTH,
.\0. ?O BROAD STREET, CHAUIiESTO.V, S. C.
GEORGE E. BOGGS, Secretary.
JOHN T. DARBY. M. D., Medical Adviser.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor,
i JAMES CONNER, Counsel.
v.M. MCBURNEY, President.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Yice-Pres. and Actuary.
J. F. GILMER, Vicc-P., resident in Georgia.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, Vice-Presidout, resi?
dent in North Carolina.
William McBurney. J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, Henry Bischoff,
William C. Bee, J. Harvey Wilson, R. O'Neale, Jr., Wm. G. Whilden
Robert Mure, E. Nye Hutchison, John T. Darby, M. D., A. S. Johueon, '
Andrew Simonds, Z. B. Vance, Wm. M. Shannon, George H. Moffett,
John lt. Dukes, M. McRae, D. Wyatt Aiken, James Conner,
Goo. W. Williams, J. F. Gilmer, Giles J. Patterson, George E. Bogga,
James R. Pringle, William Duncan, Rev. James F. Boyce, John H. Devereux,
Lewis D. Mowry, John Sere von, Robt. L. McCaughrin, E.P.Alexander,
Wm. K. Ryan, John L. Hardoc, Otorgo H. McMaster, E.J.Scott.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Comptroller-General for protection of Veli
fr More than ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied for!
This Company, having complied with all the conditions of ita Charter, ia now prepared t'
issue thc uaual forms of Lite and Endowment Policies ou tho cash system.
CASH PREMIUMS.' CASH DIVIDENDS ! CASH POLICIES!
All Toliciea non-forfeit able alter tho payment of ONE Annual Premium.
Paid-up Policies issued on surrender of the original for an equitable amount.
Purely MUTE AL! No Stockholders I All Profits DIVIDED among the- Poliey-Holders.
Dividends declared annually.
Dividends once declared Are non-fortoitablc, and may bo need to reduce tho Premium, to
increase the amount of Assurance, or to inako the Policy self-sustaining. Dividends left with
the Company, however applied, may bc need, In case of need, to pay Premiums.
Invest mens confined by Charter to tho most solid and reliable Securities.
??- Patronize thc only Life Assurance in the State, and keep your MONEY AT HOME.
July 10 3mo
The Cotton States
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Gen?ral Office at Macon, Georgia.
OF which f 100,000 is deposited, aa required hythe charter, with Stateautkorities of Georgia,
and ?50,OOO tu South Carolina, under Act of Legislature, for security of policy-holders.
Tho business of this strictly Southern and ! VT G OLD POLICIES trill he issued to those
Home Company ia confined by law to legiti- \ preferring them.
mate Lib; Insurance alone. POLICIES ISSUED I Ampio provision AGAINST FORFEITURE of Po?
ON ALL TUE Arrr.ovED MUTUAL PLANS. The [ lidos in the expressed terms of the contract;
Company has also added thc Tontine System ' and right? of Policy-holders clearly ('eilned in
(ol'dividends j to ila other plaua. (see Ma- (Policies ANNUITIES, with participation in.
nual.J Piolita, granted. Thc Company will always
Ninety per cent, of profits c n the Mutual J purchase its Policies at their cash value when
business divided annually among all the Mu- flcfcircd. Weedier the people of UmStato same
tual Policy-holders, without exception. One- financial security as Northern Mutuel Compa
third <LOAN ON PREMIUMS given when j nies, the accumulating premiums of the in
desired-tko interest to be provided for by the J sured, and in addition thereto, a Capital'
Company ont cf tho Dividends. Notes for ! commencing with $500,000.
Premium Loans n< ' required. Nnn-partivipat' ' This SINU- reprt-si nted in thc management
lug Policies granted at greatly reduced rules. at Macon by South Carolina Stockholders.
Wc. tho undersigned, having examined the Charter and Prospectus of the "Cotton Staus"
Life Insurance Company, Parent Office. Macon, Ga., do cheerfully recommend it to the people
Of North and South Carolina as a reliare Southern Institution, Mutual in ita working, nod
strictlv confineJ to the business of Life Insuranee,v\t\\ a guaranteed capital ample for safety;
and "#100,000 securely invested Co accord with the requirements of tho Charter) for thc
tt curity of joli'. y-AoWe rs.
Signed by COL. WM.. JOHNSTON, President C., C. and A. Railroad, Charlotte, N. C.
GEN. JOHN A. YOUNO, President Hoc k Island Factory. "
Ex-Gov. Z. 1). VANCE, Attomey-at-Law. "
COL. T. II. BREM and JOSEPH H. WILSON, Attorney-at Law, "
GEN. WADE HAMPTON, JOHN W. PAUKER, M. D , Columbia, g. C.
JOSEPH I). POPE, Attorney-at-Law, "
COL. A. C. HASKELL, Attorney-at-Law, C. D. MELTON, "
W. F. DESAVSSPRE, A. N. TALLEY, Al. D., Prof. S. C. University, Columbia.
COL. J. G. GIBBES, Fac tor and Commission Me rchant,
BLANDINA it KICHABDSON, Attorncys-at-Law, Sumter, S. C.
A. A. GILBERT, Editor Watchman, "
Ii. P. HAMMETT, Ex-President G. A 0. Railroad, Greenville, S. C.
COL. JAS. H. Bios, W. R. ROBERTSON, Winnsboro, S. C.
GENS. M. C. BI TLER and R. G. M. DUNNOYANT. Edgefiold, S. C.
A. P. ALDRICH, Barnwell, S. C. GEN. W. W. LAHLLEE, Marion, S. C.
GEO. A. TRENHOLM 4 SON, Charleston, S5. C.
GEN. E. M. LAW, Yorkville. B. D. BOYD. Provident Rank, Newberry, S. C.
J. A. I Nd LIS, Maryland University, formerly ot S nth Carolina.
Gr.N. ROBERT TOOMBS. Georgia. " JOHN P. KINO, Augusta, Ga., and others.
OFFICERS AT MACON, GEORGIA-William B. Johnston, Pr?sident; Wm.tr. Holt, vice-President;
j George S. Obear, Secretary; John W. Burke, General Agent; C. F. McCay, Actuary; W. J.
I McGill, Supe rintendent <?r Agencies; James Mercer Ore e n. Medical Examiner,
i ADVISORY BOARD OF POLICY-HOLDERS, NORTH AND SOUTH CAR< LINA.-Ge n. Richard H. Ander?
don, sumter, President : Col. James H. Rion, Winnsboro; Col. Wm. Wallace, Columbia: Dr.
! Samuel W. Bo.)khart, Fairfield; Col. James Farrow. Spartsnbiirg; Col. B. W. Ball, Laurens:
B. 1>. Bovd, President Bank. Newberry: Col. Jame.? G. Gibbes, Columbia; Capt. Samr.e:
Stradiev, Greenville; Gen. E. M. Law, Yorkville; Gen. John D. K< nr.edy, Camden, A-c.
" MVA Lt, ULACK ?* (;III?ES, General Agents for N- rt li and South Carolina,
i '130,000 s'u?c deposited i:i South Carolina. 'Ann'. 2: j Omeo Columbia, B. C.