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COTTON SEED-AND W%A* wrnn THEY
COME TO ?-We have not yet Been to the
end of the cotton seed excitement. It
is not exaggerated language when wo de?
scribe the interest in this subject, to call
it excitement. The English are wide
awake to the value of cotton seed as a
seasoner or condiment for the food given
to their stock. In tho kingdom the es?
timate set on cotton seed exceeds that
which we pince on it. Wo are not ap?
prised of the faot, if it exists, of the
British agriculturist directing his atten?
tion to tho value of cotton seed as a fer?
tilizer. But throughout these States,
the value of this home product is attrnot
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Let our Just Censure
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 27. 1870.
VOL. VI-NO. 110.
Purest Medicated Cordial of the ?ge.
ALTERA TlVE~ANTf-BILIO US and
JE VIGORA TIEG PROPERTIES.
?roAnr M Ed PPMAN's great
TRADE M Arty GEHMAN BITT
, (EUS is prepared
k>^:dPL?L t > lroni tho original
3?r,6?a7k V German receipt
^Jggj, A" now 111 J10?t)0li8ion
lng marked and universal interest. For
manure-for stock feed-for oil for lu?
bricating, painting and table uses-the
cotton seed ia about to become famous.
A valued correspondent iu New York,
who has much practical talent, and has
given the subject no small amount of
?tudy, writes us: "I have beon convers?
ing with a distinguished chemist hero,
and he informs me that they aro making
potash from the hulls of cotton seed,
which refuse is bought from thoso who
are manufacturing cow feed from seed,
near this oity. This gentleman tells me
that the hulls of cotton seed mako the
finest potash in the world, yielding fully
sixty per cent, of potash. He tolls me
farther, that tho cake, after the oil is
pressed ont, is not only the best of stock
feed, but is worth fully as much for fer?
tilizing purposes as the very best Peru?
vian guano which comes to market. Gan
yon think of any help to the farmer
which will bestow suoh aid and blessing
as. machinery whioh will enable him to
tarn every ponnd of cotton seed raised
by him either into meal for his stock or
food for his soil? Some man must oome
forth now with his cheap little conveni?
ent oil press, by which this valuable ele?
ment can bo saved, for it adds nothing
to the value of tho cake for farming pur?
poses to let the oil bo buried in tho
ground. . The cake is thought to be
worth as much for feed, altogether as
much as the meal. Here thoy aro pay?
ing much attention to tho clarifying o?
cotton seed oil, and a house in the city
is refining thousands of gallons almost
daily, and are turning out the very bost
salad oil by their process. Il is desira?
ble, if those going into this business
wish to ship to distant parts tho bulk of
the meal or hulled seed produced on
their own places, that they should get a
machine that will not heat (he seed in hull?
ing, as this causes the meal to turn ran
cid and spoil for many purposes to which
it might be applied."-The Plantation
Rod Cloud, who, though very sulky 1
and rather war-like while among us a
few weeks ago, has experienced n change
of feeling for the better since his return
to the Indian country. Voluntarily ho
has undertaken a mission of peace to
the Cheyennes and Arapahoes, starting,
too, from the post he derided so persist?
ently-Port Fetterman. Red Cloud will
doubtless give his brethren much valua?
ble information on the Btrength and re?
sources of tho pale-faaes, their disposi?
tion to live at peace with tho red men,
and their unalterable determination to
change the vast bunting grounds into
produotivo farms from which the abo?
rigines may derivo subsistence all their
lives. A sojourn in the great cities of
the white men has doubtless convinced
Red Oloud that living by the chase is
not the most desirable method of ob?
taining a livelihood. His visit to Wash?
ington appears to be worth moro to the
Government than it cost. He is so fa?
vorably impressed with the white people
that if the chiefs of his tribo will not
make a treaty, he will shake tho dust
from his moccasins and enter upon a civ?
ilized life. Meanwhile, his son is to
oome East for an education. So far,
then, it appears that ho is not so red as
he has been painted. Ho has shown
himself ca pablo of keeping his word
which is more than the "Great Father"
and his agents have al ways done. It miy
be that some of tho liberal-minded
Christians who maintained that it was
our duty to scalp lied Cloud when we
had him in the streets of New York, will
now feel a littlo ashamed of themselves.
DEATH OF THE AUSTRIAN CONSUL
GENEKBII AT NEW YORK.-Chevalier
Chas. F. de Loosey, the Austrian Con
BUI at this city, whilo walking through
Thirteenth street, near Sixth avenue,
Thursday night, was seized with a fit
and fell to the pavement. Ho expired in
a few moments, and, being recognized,
his remains were removed to tho New
York Hotel, where he had resided. M.
de Loosey has been tho Austrian Con
snl-General at this oity for ovor twenty
years past.-New York World,
Tho second son of tho King of Portn
gal, Alfonso -Henri-Napoleon-Louis
Pierre - d'Alcantara - Charles -Humbert
bon-Saxe-Coburg-et-Gotha, Duke of
Oporto-fifteen minutes for breath!
who is now five years of age, is spoken of
as a candidate for tho Spanish throne.
BUMBUOOEHY.-We havo observed that
Holden, of North Carolina, has, after tho
manner of Bullock, issued a proclama?
tion reciting pretty well all tho crimes
alleged to have been committed in that
State during tho year past, aud offering
rewards for tho offenders. Holden is
tho greatest cri?ninal wo know in his
State, and ho will bo lucky if ho is not
hung for high treason before he is
many mouths older.
Revels is reported to havo suid: "I
really thiuk Louisville is tho meanest
town in America. I expooted to bo met,
on arriving, by n Republican procession,
and escorted to the Galt House. But
nothing of the sort ocenrred. I was a
poor boy at a funeral. Nobody paid mo
any attention. I hardly paid exponeos. "
Hovels should reniembor that the radi?
cals aro mighty uncertain.
It is soid that the connecting link be?
tween the animal and vegetable is hash.
Aa Gov. Fairchild, of "Wisconsin, and I
a friend were riding by rail from Madi?
son, latejy, two young ladies, with their
beaux, entered tho crowded car, and tho
distinguished gentlemen surrendered
their sents to the fair ones. But great
was their surprise to see tho young men
occupy their scats and take their fair
companions upon their laps. "By
George," said tho Governor, "we might
havo done that."
Tho war is creating a panic at Baden
Baden. Tho hotels had 15,000 guests,
bat now they nro betaking thomsolves
TUES BLOOD IN si'M.tlKK.-Thc blood
deteriorate!* in hot weather. Profuso perspi?
ration deprives it of a portion of ita nourish?
ing and reproductivo properties. Consequent?
ly, iu summer, tho flesh loses in somo degree,
its firmness, tho muscles lack their usual
elasticity and vigor, and tho weight of tho
body diminishes. These are clear indications
that tho ordinary supply of tho life-sustaining
principio afforded by the food wo eat, is not
sufficient to meet tho requirements of tho
system under a high temperature There is
another reason for this, besides tho direct in?
fluence, of tho heat, viz: the loss of appetite
und tho weakening of tho digestivo powers
which it occasions. Under these circum?
stances, a wholesomo invigorant is evidently
needed, and tho best and safest is HOSTET
TBR'S STOMACH BITTERS. This admirable
vegetable tonic and alterative, acts favorably
upon tho system iu several ways. It increases
tho appetito and facilitates digestion, thereby
inclining tho stomach to receive and enabling
it to assimilate a duo amount of nourishment.
It also tones tlio relaxed secretive organs and
the bowels. Under its operation, tho process
of emaciation, occasioned by tho drain through
tho pores, is arrested, tho whole frame re
frealiod and invigorated, and thc spirits exhi?
larated. Tho dyspeptic, the bilious, tho
nervous, the debilitated, scarooly need to bo
told that it is precisely the stimulant and cor?
rective they ought to tako at this season.
Thousands of them know tho fact hy experi?
ence. Nothing in tho pharmacopoeia (or ont
of it) will supply its placo-least of all tho
trashy local nostrums which somo uuscrnpu
IOUB dealers would bo glad, for tho benefit of
their own pockota, to peddle out in ita stead.
THE ??PAIN KILLER.."-Tho foreign
and domestic demand for Perry Davis A Son's
great medicino-the Pain Killer-was never
eforeao large as it has been of late; and wo
think tho timo has arrived when tho declara?
tion may bc made, without tho possibility of
refutation, that the city of Providence, in the
State of Rhode Island, ?f tho United States nf
America, has furnished tho entire habitable
globo with a medicine, which, iu point of uni?
versality of demand, extent of Ksofulnoa8,
completo efficiency for all tho purposes for
which it ia designed and wido spread, endur?
ing popularitv, has never been equaled by any
medicino in Europe or America.
The universality of the demand for thc Pain
Killer, is a novel, interesting, and surprising
feature in tho history of this medicine. Its
"fame has gone out," into every quarter of
tho habitable globe. Tho Pain Killer is now
regularly sold iu large and steadily increasing:
quantities, not only to general agents m every
State and Territorv of the Union, and every
Province of british America, but to Buenos
Ayres, Brazil, Uraguay, Peru, Chili and other
South Ameiicau States, to tho Sandwich Is?
lands, to Cuba and other West India Islands;
to England and Continental Europe; to Mo?
zambique, Madagascar, Zanzibar and othor
Atrican lands; to Australia and Calcutta,
Rangoon and other places iu India. It has
also boon sent to China, and wo doubt if thero
?B any foreign port or any inland city in Africa
or Asia, which is frequented by American and
Europoan missionaries, travelers or traders,
into which thu Pain Killer has not been intro?
duced and been sought after.
The extent of Us usefulness is another groat
featuro of this remarkable medicine. It is
not only tho beet thing evor known, as every?
body will confess, for bruieoa, cute, burna,
otc, but for dysentery or cbolora, or any aort
of bowel complaint it is a remedy unsurpassed
for efficiency and rapidity of action. In tho
great cities of british India, and in the West
India Islands and othor hot climates it has
become the standard medicine tor all s uch com?
plaints, aa 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 tho
most abundant and convincing trials and
testimony, to bo an invaluable medicino. Tho
proprietors aro in possession of totters from
persons of tho highest character and respon?
sibility, testifying, in unequivocal terms, to
the cures effected and tho satisfactory results
producod, in an almost endless variety of
cases, by tho uso of tin? great medicine.
July 1 illlmo [Prov. Advertiser.
WEDLOCK-TUE BASIS OF CIVIL
SOCIETY.-Essays for Young Men, on the
honor and happiness of Marriage, un i tho
evils and dangora of Celibacy-with sanitary
help for tho attaiumentof man's truo poeition
in life. Sent freo, in sealed om elopes. Ad?
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, BoxP, Phil?
adelphia, Pa. May 21 3mo
AS- D ARNE Y MO lt G AN A CO., VS. TUE
PRESIDENT AND DIRECTORS OE THE
RANK OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA, ET An. CHARLESTON COUNTY,
COMMON PLEAS, EQUITY SIDE.-All per
sons, depositors in tho Bank of tho State of
South Carolina, or auy of its branches, hav?
ing claims upon said Bank, aro heroby noti?
fied that by tho decree of his Honor Judge
CARPENTER, made in this cause, and dated
May 7th, 1870, they must provo their claims
before mc on or before tho fifteenth (15th)
day of August next, or else they will bo barred
from all participation in tho AsaetH of aaid
Bank or claims upon tho State of South Caro?
Depositore must proscnt thoir claims, sus?
tained by affidavit, similar to those requirod
for claims upon oxecutors or administrators,
stating distinctly when tho deposit account
began, and when it ended.
Tho Deposit Books muet in every caso bc
produced if in existence
CHAULES H. SIMONTON, Referee
Charleston, B. C., No. 15 Broad stroot, over
Peoplos' National Bank, Juno 22,1870.
Everybody, go to Pollock's!
CLEVELAND MINEE AL SPRINGS,
HAVING purchased Dr. Taylor's interest in
this property, tho subscriber propoaea to
open tho Boarding Honao on tho 18th of Juno,
under tho auperviaiou of J. W. Williame, lato
of tho Mansion 1 louee, Charlotte.
Tho Irain on tho Charlotte aud Rutherford
Road loaves Charlotte at 7 o'clock a. m.,daily,
(except Sundays.) and arrivea at Cherryville
at ll o'clock, whero good Hacks, with ca'refnl
drivers, will bc ready to convey passengers to
tho Springs at reasonable rates.
CHARGES FOR uoAnn.
$3 per day; $15 per week; $-18 tor four weeks.
For children and sui vants, iu tho usual pro?
portion. Children nuder two years, no charge.
A liberal discount made to families aud par?
ties spending tho whole season in tho Houso.
Tho subscriber would avail himself of this
occasion, to acknowledge, very gratefully, tho
liberal share of patronage heretofore extend?
ed to these Springs by the public.
JOHN J. RLACKWOOD,
__Jnne 28 Imo Post Cftico Shelby. N. C.
W ixoxre to Stop.
Formerly Harvey Houso,
SPARTANBUSG C. H., S. C.
LA UH BXS (J. //., S. C.
J. Y. H. Williams, Proprietor.
MY friends and tho traveling
public aro respectfully
formod that the above named
_ ?HOTELS aro now undor my
control; and they may rest assured that tho
reputation of tho two houses will bc fully kept
up. Tho Rooms aro comfortably furnished
and tho Tables will bc supplied with tho best
of everything. May2 3mo
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
HoiiBoin tho South for comfort
land health}" locality, is now
open to Travelers and others seeking accom?
mod?t ions. Familiea can bo furnished with
nico, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will bo found at
tho different depots-passengers carried to
and from tho Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3_WM. A- WRIGHT.
rV NEW DISCOVERY ! !
Salvation for the Hair.
CLEAR AVWATER !
WlTHOTtSEDIMENT I !
OPENT^TIIE LIGHT: ! !
Fer Restoring to GraM~Iair its
PHAI.ON'S "ViTALU^lirTers ut?
terly from all th^iair coloring
It is l?pfend, sweet smelling,
precujntates no muddy or slimy
partts no stain to the skin. Hold
it to\he light and it is clear and
cloudless. It leaves no mark on
the seato ; yet it reproduces in
gray hair^enatural color that
time or sicKtaiiiarnay have
bleached out of itT*^^^
is for one sole purpose^jnat of
reproducing, with absadrute cer?
tainty, the natura^dlor of the
hair. It is no^tf?tended as a
daily dressiu^nor for removing
scurf oryrimdrutT; nor for cu?
ring baroness; nor for stimula?
ting ijfe growth of the hair.
Thesf objects may be accom?
plished after the color has been
fixed with the Vitalia, by Pha
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo?
THE ViTALT>*i^a harmless
and unequaled prejWationfor
the reproduction of ?ie origi?
nal hue of gray haired noth?
ing else. This is accoliplished
in from two to ten applications,
according to thed^th of shade
required. SoJaHSyall druggists
IP YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS GOLD OR
Silver WATCH and CHAIN, call at
IF yon want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY,
call at ISAAC SULZUACHER'S.
IF yon aro in nood of SOLID SILVER or
PLATED WARE, call at
IF your eves aro failing, and you want tho
BEST SPECTACLES, call at
IF you want a good androliablo TIME-PIECE
or CLOCK, call at
Junnl ISAAC SULZBACHER'S.
I. H. COLEMAN,
OFFICE, Dn. GEIGER'S, North-castcorner of
Plain and Assembly stroota. All bushieBS
promptly attended te,_ May 21 3mo
POLLOCK'S.-Meals furnished ut nil
Belling Off to Close Ont.
AS I intend hereafter to koop only a FIRST
CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT.
I will soil out, at and below cont, my ENTIRE
STUCK of Pistols, OUIIB, Powder Flasks, Shot
PouchcB, Cap?, Cartridges, Powder and all
other Fancy Articles.
A lino lot of FANS, soiling very low.
Juno 1 Columbia Hotel Row.
Must be Sold!!
WE have about $10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, moro than wo can realizo on
this Spring, and wo aro anxious to
get rid of somo of it, and will Bell
VERY CHEAP for that purpose.
Our stock is tho largost, in our
line, that has ever been brought
to this city. Handsome GoodB,
and bought right. Largo lino of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S 8TRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
Btylea of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Beat Fitting SHIRTS. It ia now
generally admitted that we aro
making to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examine
It. Ai XV. C. SWAFFIELD.
"THE LIFE IS THE BLOOD."
FROM it wo derive our strength, beauty and
mental capabilities. It ?B the centre of
our being, around which revolves all that
inakeB existence happy. When this source is
corrupted, the paiuful effects aro visible in
many shapes, prominent among which ?B
This ?B a taint or infection of thc human
orgauism, and probably no ono is wholly freo
from it. It exhibits itself in various shapes
BB Ulcers and Sores, Decayed Bones. Diseased
Scalp, Sore Eyea, Weak and Diacabcd Joints,
St. Vitua' Dance, Foul Discharges from tho
Nostrils, Eruptions, Glandular Swellings,
Throat Affections, Rheumatism, Heart Aflec
tions, Nervous Disorders, Barrenness, Disor
dera of tho Womb, Dropsy, Syphilitic Affec?
tions, Liver Complaint, Salt Rheum, Dyapep
bia, Neuralgia, Loss of Manhood and General
It han been tho custom to treat these di?
seases with Mercury and other Mineral anb
Btances, wbieh, though sometimes producing
a euro, oiten provo injurions, and entail mise?
ry in after lifo. The loDg known injurious
propertied of these ?o-callcd alteratives and
purifiers bas led tho plnlauthropical mau?of
science to exploro tho arena of nature, tho re?
sult of which haf? been tho discovery of vege?
table producta which posses the power of
eradicating these taints from the Blood.
Ia a blessing. Try it fairly, and yonr nerves
will bo restored to their wonted vigor, and
your dejected countenance bo mado radiant
with tho consciousness of
Boing froo from violent minerals, it ?B
adapted to general use. The old and young
may uso it; the moat delicate female at any
timo may take it; tho tender infant, who may
have inherited disease, will bo cured by it.
For Purifying the Blood,
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA
When used in tho Spring, i*. removes all
humors which infest tho system, and ba?
nishes tho languor and debility peculiar to
that season of tho year.
It actB promptly on tho
LIVER AM? KIDNEYS.
Producing a healthv action of thc important
organs by which alf tho impurities ol the sys?
tem aro earned oft', and tho result is
Foi Dim unes penile i cl by the UHC of
Mercury, anti for .Syphilis, with Ks train
of ? vii-,, tills compound ls tile only sure
To tho poor creature, enfeebled in mind and
body, by secret practices, whose nerves are
unstrung, and countenance down-cast,
Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Ia tho acknowledged antidote to all Blood
Diseases. By its uso tho afllictions above
enumerated can ho permanently banished,
Source-the Centre of Life-the Blood,
bo maintained in all its purity and vigor.
A Clear Skin, Good Appetite, Buoyant Spirits,
WM. H. TTJTT & LAND,
And sold by Druggists everywhere.
Connoisseurs, go to Pollock's.
CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITS OE $1 A UPWARDS RECEIVED.
INTEREST A ILO WED A T THE RA TE 0.
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIN PER CENT. COM
P O UND ED E VER Y SIN
MONTHS ONACCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
JohnB. Palmer. / vice-Presidents
John P. Thomas, f > ice-i resiuonis.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. MoMastcr, Columbia
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
E. H. Heinitsh, 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 Ravonel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may hero deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rato of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest en their funds until
they roquiro 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 bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
asido funds for futuro uso. aro hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
whore they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho samo time, be subjoct to withdrawal when
THREE months from date, application will
bo made to tho Columbia Bridge Compa?
ny for renewal of Scrip No.-, for forty
seven and a half Shares in said Company,
standing in the 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.
"I A A BARRELS very superior FAMILY
200 barrels low priced and medium qualities
For sale low by EDWARD HOPE. ?
^?S?^^^^M^^^^Vy remedy of Gcrma
^\~^^^1 yrS^^^^*fy~, ,iy. rccommoiiclecl
??OCX neut physicians.
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
Is compost d of tlio purest alcoholic eesenco of
Germain's favorite beverage, impregnated
j with the juices and extracts of rare berbB,
roots and balks; all cf which conibititd mako
I it one of the best and turctt preparations for
the euro of
Dyspepsia, Lobs of Tono in the Stomach and
'Digestive Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constipation, Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and as a
DBE VENT1 VE I OH CHILLS AND FEVEIi
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY,.
Will find LIFTMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS tho best tonic known for tho diseases to
I which they are generolly subject, and where a
j gentle stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March 16,1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman & Bro., Savannah,
Ga.-GENTS: I havo before me your esteemed
letter of tho 14th inst., containing various* *
documents relative to your "German Bitters." '
After a careful examination I must confess
t that your Bitters is really what you represent"
it to bc, an old German recipe of Dr- Mitch
I erlicli, of Berlin, Prussia. It will no doubt be
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventive of
chills and fever. I find it to be a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER~
KIRKLAND MILLS, GA., March 22,18701
Messrs. Jacob Lippman & Bro., Druggists;
Savannah, Ga.-GENTLEMEN: I havo intro?
duced your Great Grrman Bitters here to my
customers and friends, and I find better salo
for it than any I have ever kept before. Those
who havo tried it approve of it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in saying that it ia far
superior in value to any other Bitters now in
uso. Yours, rCBpectfulIv,
(Signed) W. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER A
Wholesale Agents for the State of South
Carolina- DOWIE, MOISE A DAYIS, HENRY
BISCHOFF A CO., GLACIU8 A WITTE,
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER, Charles?
ton. S. C. June 2 ly||$
The Cotton States
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
General Office at Macon, Georgia,
OF which $100,000 is dopoaitod, os required hy the charter, willi State authorities of Georgia,
and f50,000 in South Carolina, under Act of Legislature, for security of policy-holders.
Tho business of thia strictly Southern and I HST G OLD PO ICICLES will le issued to (hose
Homo Company is confined by law to legit!- U efer ring them.
mate Life Insurance alone. POLICIES ISSUED ' Ample provision AGAINST FORFEITURE of PO?
ON ALL THE APPROVED MUTUAL PLANS. Thu j licics in thc expressed terms of tho contract;
Company has also added t?o Tontine System : and righlB of Policy-holders clearly defined in
(of dividends) to ita other plans. (Seo Ma- ? Policiea. ANNUITIES, with participation in
nual.) Profita, granted. Tho Company will always
Ninety per cent, of profita on tho Mutual | purchase its Policies at their oash value when
business ?h v id ed annually among all tho Mu- . desired. We o lier the people of the State same
tuai Policy-holders, without exception. One- '. financial security as Northern Mutual Compa
third LOAN ON PREMIUMS given when : nies, tho accumulating preminms of the in
desired-tho interest to bo provided for by tho 1 sured, and in addition thereto, a Capital
Company ont of tho Dividends. Notes for ' commencing with $508,000.
Premium Loans noi required. Non-parlicipat- 1 Thia State represented in the management
ing Policies granted at greatly reduced rules. at Macon by South Carolina Stockholders.
Wo, tho undersigned, having examined the Charter and Prospectus of the "Cotton States"
Life Insurance Company, Parent Office. Macon, fla., do cheerfully recommend it to the people
of North and South Carolina as a reliable Southern Institution. Mutual in its working, and
strictly confined to tho business of Life Insurance,with a guaranteed capital ampio for safety;
anti *$100,()()0 soenrely invested (to accord with tho requirements of tho Charter) for the
securitj of policy-hoblers.
Signed by COL. WM. JOHNSTON, President C., C. and A. Railroad, Charlotte, N. C.
GEN. JOHN A. YOUNO, President Rock Island Factory, "
Ex-Gov. Z. 15. YANCE, Attorn ey-at-Law. .*
COL. T. II. BREM and JOSEPH H. WILSON, Attornoy-at Law, **
GUN. WADE HAMPTON, JOUN W. PARKER, M. D , Columbia, S. C.
Jossrn D. POPE, Attorney-at-Law '.
COL. A. C. HASKELL, Attoruov-at-Law, C. D. MKLTON, "
W. F. DESAUSSURE, A. N. TALLEY, M. D., Prof. H. C. University, Columbia.
COL. J. G. G IRRER, Factor and Commission Merchant, "
RLANDINO A *'UIDSON, Attoruays-at-Law, Sumter, S. C.
A. A. GILBERT, Editor Watchman, "
H. P. HAMMETT, Ex-Prcaident G. & C. Railroad, Greenville, S. C.
COL JAS. H. RION, W. R. ROBERTSON, Winnaboro, S. C.
GENS. M. C. BUTLER and R. G. M. DONNOVANT, Edgolield, H. C.
A. P. ALDRICH, Barnwell, S. C. GEN. W. W. HAULLEE, Marion, S. C.
GEO. A. TRENHOLM & SON, Charlcaton, S. C.
GEN. E. M. LAW, Yorkvillo. B. D. BOYD, President Bank, Newberry, S. C.
J. A. INGLIS, Maryland University, formerly of South Carolina.
GEN. BODEUT TooMris, Georgia. JOHN P. KING, Augusta, Ga., and others.
OFFICERS AT MACON, GEORGIA-William B. Johnat.m, President; Wm. S. Holt, Vice-Preeide-nt;
Georgo S. Obear, Secretary; John W. Burke, General Agent; C. F. McCay, Actuary; W. J.
McGill, Superintendent of Agencies; James Mercer Creen, Medical Examiner.
ADVISORY BOARD OF POLICY-HOLDERS, NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.-Gen. Richard H. Auder
eon, Sumter, President; Col. James H. Rion, Winnsboro; Col. Wm. Wallace, Columbia; Dr.
Samuel W. Rookhart, Fairfield; Col. James Farrow, Spartanburg; Col. B. W. Ball, Laurensr
B. D. Boyd, Prosideut Bank, Nowberry: Col. James G. Gibbes, Columbia; Capt. Samuel
Stradlev, Greenville; Gen. E. M. Law, Yorkvillo; Gen. John D. Kennedy, Camden, Ac.
LAVAL, IILACK ?k GIUBES, General Agents for North ?nd Eolith Carolina,
*?50,000 since dopoaited in South Carolina. [April 28] Office Columbia, S. C.
LIFE AND T0XT1XE ASSlltt'CE COMPANY OF TDE SOUTH,
NO. -i'J BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. MclJURNEY, rreaident.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Yice-PrcB. and Actuarv.
J. F. (ULMEU, Yice-P., resident in Goorgia.
E. NYE HUTCHISON. Yico-rresident, resi?
dent in North Carolina.
GEORGE F. BOGGS, Secrotary.
JOHN T. DARBY, M. D., Medical Adviser.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor.
JAMES CONNER, Counsel.
William Mclinrntv, J. Eli Gregg. John B. Palmer, Henry Bischoff,
William C. Bee, * J. Harvev Wilson, R. O'Nealo, Jr., Wm. G. Whildenj
Robert More, E. Ny? Hutchison, John T. Darby, M. D., A. 8. Johnson,
Andrew Simouds, Z. B. Vaucc, Wm. M. Shannon, Oeorge H. Moffatt,
John R. Dukes, M. MeRao, D. Wyatt Aikon, James Connor,
fleo. W. Williams, J. F. Gilmer, Giles J. Patterson, Georgo E. Doggs,
James R. Pringle, William Duncan, Rev. Jamos P. Boyeo, John H. Devereux,
Lewis D. Mowry, John Screven, Robt. L. McCaughrin, E. P. Alexander,
Wm. K. Ryan, Johu L. Hardie, Georgo H. McMaster, E. J. Scott.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS doposited with Comptrollor-General for protection of Veli?
^Moro^han ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied for!
1 This Company, having complied with all tho conditions of its Charter, ia now prepared to
issue the usual forms of Lifo and Endowment Policios on tho cash system.
CASH PREMIUMS! CASH DIVIDENDS! CASH POLICIES!
All Policios non-forfeitablo after tho payment of ONE Annual Premium.
Paid-up Policies issued on surrender of tho original for an equitablo amount.
Purely MUTUAL! No Stockholders 1 All Profits DIVIDED among tho Policy-Holders,.
Dividends declared animally.
Dividends onco declared aro non-forfeitable, and may bo used to rcduco tho Premium, to
increaso tho amount of Assurance, or to make the Policy self-sustaining. Dividends loft with,
tho Company, howevor applied, may bo usod, in case of need, to pay Premiums.
InvcBtmuns confined by Charter to tho moat solid and reliable Securities.
?3" Patronize thc only Life Aasurance in the State, and keep your MONEY AT HOME.
July 10 3mo