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EVEBV WEDNESDAY. MOBNINQ. ,
SY JULIAN A. S'E? L BY.
' ' BDITOU AHO FltOPRIETOB.
Offloe on Main Street, above Taylor.
WBook and Job Printing of every de? o ip
Mdh promptly and faithfully attended to.
. Inserted in tho Daily at 75 cento per square
'ortho drat and 50 conta each subsequent in?
sertion, Long advertisements by the week,
mouth or yoar, at reasonable rates.
Daily, six months, ti IjQ; Tri-Wecklr, C >f :
?Vaeklv. 1 50.
My i lfe.
BT rniur BOURKE MARSTON.
To me my lifo seems aa a haunted Loose,
The ways and paasages whereof are dumb,
Upwhoao decaying stair no fun tat cps come;
Lol this tho hall, hung ?itli sere laure]
Where long years back carno victors to ca?
But hone of all that company went home,
Tor scarce their lips had quaff d tho blight
Whoo enddon death brake dank upon their
Hero, In this lovely rttin'd house, I dwell,
White Ut?s?on fingers toll tho chapel hell;
Sometimes tho arras nu t lee, and I seo
A half veil'd figuro through the twilight steal,
Which, when I follow, pauses suddenly
Beforo the door, whereon is set a seal.'
- -Two GTJBS EATB?? BT A'I?OW. -A1 ion OPS
belonging to Woottou 4 HaighV? oirous
and menagerie gave birth, on the train,
Thursday night, en route to tho oity, to
four cubs,'and the lion in the same oage,
not liking so large an increaso to his fa?
mily, eat up two of the little onea.
A nude departure-A Kentucky editor
scudding.out from Yellow Springs in
6hirtibus lailibus, ofter having lost nil hie
clothes at a- gams of draw-poker.
a-HIT ? -i * ? -Tn-rrrr-r-T-T--*?
The Cottage House Restaurant.
yfSff?K MU. C. H. D?HME, nroprio-flb
Cbl\S%i0Tot 1,10 COT TAG li HOU8E,?fl
V_/ ^Sf*1 Washington street, next door ?O?
to Miisuiiic Hal!, desires to inform bi? friends
that he baa npncod u tiret class liESTAU
HANT, und will furnish, at short notice, OYS?
TERS in overy stylo, Soups, Game and other
relishes. Gail at tho Cottage HOUBO and
malu- yourself morry. _Oct 22
Tho Exchange House.
f& jj WELL hi own BB "tho placo"g3?a
^SslSjr where tho best of driiikablcsClj
^+?%Str und eatables aro furnished, is \?2F
in thu full lido of prosperity. Tho wholo
house hus been put in perfect order, and tho
proprietors guarantee tiiut guests san obtuiu
all th., delicacies o? tho season-OYSTERS,
FISH, GAME, ole.
Oct 12_PAYSISOEK Sc FUAXKL1N.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
tis once more open to the public, nndr-r
tho superintendente, of Mr. lt. BARRY.
Tho reputation ot' tlio houBO will be kept
Moats ruruishnd at all hours at POLLOCKS'.
$20,000 to be Distributed to Ticket-Holders
IN TUE COLUMBIA CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATOR.
THE following PROPERTY ?nd CASH baa boon placed in the hands of tho Trustees, John
Agnow, Sr., Maj. Meighan and R. C. Shiver, in trust for tho benefit of tho Ticket-holders
of the above Association, to bo delivered to thoeo who, on tho day ot tho millo, may bo enti?
tled td them. The titlo to tho real estato has been placed in tho hands of Col. F.W.McMas
ter. Attorney at Law. who wili exam i no thc samo and give truo warranty deeds, free from all
encumbrance, on tho day of drawing. Tho First Prize is the Tempor?neo Hall, now occu?
pied on the first floor by Mcesre. L?rick A Lowrance. Tho lot is 25 feet front on Main street,
by 268 feet deep. Tho Building ls 150 feet long and two stories high, lt is now leased for
turee years for $1,400 per annum, payable mont li Iv in advance, valued at.$15.000
Second Prize-Lot adjoining HOBO'S Hotel, 44 feet front, 208 feot deep, valued at. 1.900
Third Prize-Lot adjacent to above, 25A feet front, 208 feet deep, valued at. 1,100
1 Gash Prize.J. COO
2 Cash Prizes, $100 each. . 200
4 CaBh Prizes, at 150 each. 200
110 Cash Prizes, at $10 each. 1.100
120 Prizes.$20,0C0 | 2,000 Tickets, at $10 each..$20,000
Tiokets may be bsd of tho General Agent. Dr. E. W. WHEELER, at Temperauco Hall, or
at the Muslo Btore of Messrs. LYBRAND A SON, Messrs. JOHN AGNEW A SON, T. M. POL?
LOCK and D. C. PE1XOTTO A SON.
Thc following gentlemen have consented to supe rintend thc drawing: J. C. B. Smith, D. B.
Miller and Henry E Scott, in connection with a commit tee of three selected hy tho Ticket
holders, on the day of drawing.
The 10th day of November-the fourth day of the State Fair-HAS BEEN SELECTED AS
THE DAY FOR THE DBA WING, which will take place in Temperance H all. Columbia, S. C.
Ticket-holders are assured the drawing will positively take place that day The tickotshave
met with gjod sale, and all who intond investing are roane* ted to do en as early an possible.
AB tho names of the ticket-holders will bo regiatcri d in a book which shall bo in posses?
sion of the Trustees on tho day of drawing, parties may feel assured that no more than
2,000 tickets will be issued.
BEFEBENOES.-E. J. Scott, Bon A Co.'s Bank; Col. J. B. Palmer. President Central National
Bank; Citizens' Savings Bank; South Carolina Bank and Trust Company, and W. B. G ulick,
Cashier Carolina National Bank.
Capt. Wade L?rick, Agent in Lexington. For further particulars, address,
Sept 8 f2mo Dit. K. W. WHEELKK, BOX 88, Columbia, S. G.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET!
CHOICE and select FAMILY GROCERIES, full assortment ol
Sugars, Coffees-Rio, lava and Laguajra; Teas of all kinds:
Chocolates, Broma, Spices, Pickles, Sauci a end Table Dressings
ot all kinds and des'-riptiens, Chet sc-fcap-lsBgo, Facloiy, Pino
arpie md others.
A lull tt< ck < f the litt bi?i.ds of
In barrels and packages, consisting in part of Nonpareil, Madisoi
and Highland. Also, Oatmeal, Pearl Grist, Hominy, Corn, etc.
Table and Liverpool Salt, Biscuit and Crackers of all kinds, Eng
liah and American. Potatoes, Onions and other Vegetables constantly on hand to suppl}
retail trade. A full supply of all kinds of EANCY BO/.F8, including Colgate's best toilet
and that for domestic purposes. Canned Gooda of every description. Jellies and Presorves
best family Butter, Lard, Molasses of ali grados, Meats, Hams, Dried Beef, Tongue*. Bacci
Strips, Bellies and Sides. Ah?o, a full assortment of FISH, including best No. 1 and Most
Mackerel, and Smoked and Pickled Salmon, etc. Particular attention is united to our ful
Embracing tho best brands, foreign and domestic, to bo found
in the market. CHAMPAGNE'S of al) popular brande; Cherries,
Madeira, Port and Catawba Wines of all kinds, and Bitters of
every grado. Also, English, Scotch and Bremen ALES, of tho,
following brands: MoEwsn's, Muir A Sons', Younger'*, etc., etc.
Especial attention is called to onr MONOGRAM and othorj
WHISKEYS, the best in the market for family uso or medicinal
SurpoBee. Also, to onr BRANDIES, including the best Hivert
ellovoison, Larrondo Fres. Cognac, vintago of 1805. Also,
OINS, Palmetto and Swan brande. All import? d and warranted
8ood. Also, we bave rn band a full stock of choice CIGARS and
HEWING TOBACCO, Baglr y's Fine Cut, etc. A stock of BAGGING and COTTON TIEB
and other articles for plantation use. In fact, everything .needed or to be 'ound in a flrsl
class Grocery Store, and at prices lo suit the timcB. Wo warrant our goods first class, ant
invite an inspeotion of them. HARDY SOLOMON,
Oct 6 * Columbia Hotel Block.
YEL LO_W_LI N E !
FAST FREIGHTS TO AND FR01I NORTHERN CITIES,
Via Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, North Carolina Railroad
Raleigh and Gaston Railroad, Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad,
and Steamers between Portsmouth and New York,
Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore !
THE ABOVE-NAMED RAILROADS, in oom
neotion with the Steamer Lines, having united
'In forming a Fast Through Freight Line, to bc
I known as the YELLOW LINE, will put in opera?
tion, on the 4th of September, a FAST THROUGH
FREIGHT SCHEDULE between Colombia and AugnBta and the above-named Northern
eitioB. The attention of shippers and receivers of freight is called to the following advan?
tages offered by the line:
It ie almost entirely an inland ronlo, by which rates of insurance and ripks of delay from
.ad weather are greatly reduced. There is no dr ay a go, and no transf?ra, except under cover,
DaUy Steamers will run betwoen Portsmouth and Baltimore, Philadelphia and Ntvr York,
and freights will have prompt despatch.
Rates and olandflcatione the samo as by other routes.
Through bills of lading given and claims promptly adjusted.
ter STAVE GOODS MASKED "VIA YELLOW LINE." -?*
For further information, apply to E. P. ALEXANDER,
Superintendent Charlotte, Colombia and Augusta Railroad.
E. It. DOBSET, General Freight and Tickot Agent. Sept 2 imo
MU? ON o Y AND ?ilLit,l.\/vi.
OLD JOHN ROB?NSON,
Sixty seven years ul* ugo, with au experience of over Fitly Yeal s tn the South ns owner ot a
M eu Og elie and Circus, on hid grand
ANNUAL T li I U M E ll A L T O U li
Through all tho Southon) Stuten, with
Three Monster Pavilions.
ONE EXCLUSIVELY VOX THE MUSEUM,
ANOTHER EXPRESSLY FOR 'JUE MENAGERIE A NH CA HAVAN,
THE THIRD DEVOTED TO THE EQUESTRIAN ENTERTAINMENTS,
All adjoining and cniiiionting together, hut
ONLY ONE PRICE OP ADMISSION,
And onoTickot admit? you to tho entire combination.
M E NA G E RIE, CARAVAN, M US E U M A ND CIR C US.
Wait for it ! Watch for it I Go and see it !
Tho only roal Menagerie. Muaoum, Caravan and ll ret class Circus nu the road.
25 GOLD AND CRIMSON CAGES
Drawn by boautiful matcbod Cronin and Dappled norse.*.-all the Circus Retinue Largest
Hud lieut Parado over aeon on tho public streets.
Four Monster diving Sea Lions,
With their young PLATYIlHYNCflUS LEONEN UH, or SEA ELEPHANTS, with mano erect
like Forest Monarchs, requiring over 200 pounds fresh fl?li daily for t heir subsistence-tho
only OUCH on exhibition iu tho world, and can ho seen in this Menagerie at all hours, sport?
ing in an artificial Lake of Ocean Water.
A Wild Tartarian Monster ITak,
From tho DoBerta of Tartary, with long, boantilul hair growing from his hark to tho ground.
The only ono ou exhibido? in America. Don't co-found this with any small Show or Mena?
gerie, but bear in mind that '
OLD JOHN ROBINSON, the Leviathan,
Ie triumphantly marching on, and will positively exhibit nt COLUMRlA, MONDAY, October
30,1871. .Oct l'J 45
FREIGHT AND FASSBIICER LINS.
CHARLESTON, S. O.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, KEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREE THIES ^^?^?^T^' Til 1 ^"J" ! ^ WEEK.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
ELEGA NT S TA TE-HOOM A CCOMMODA TIONS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12Honrs<s^^^v^^^^^^>-Saorter via Charleston,
TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 Ii A I. IO S MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting Roads Wost, In alliance willi the fleet of thirteen lirst clues Steamships to
the above ports, invito attention to the quick time and regular despatch aflorded to tho
business public in tho Cotton States at tho
PORT OF CIIA11LESTOK,
Offering facilities of rail .ami sea tra nr port nt ion for Freight and Passengers not excelled in
excellence and capacity at any other poi t. '1 bc following splendid Ocean Steamers aro re?
gularly on tho line:
TO NEW Y (MIK.
MANHATTAN, G EOE G IA,
M. S. Woodhull, Commander. S. Crowell. Commander.
CHAMPION, SOUTH CAROLINA,
ll. W. Lockwood, Commander. T. J. Beckett, Commander.
James Berry, Commander. J. Kennedy, Commander.
JAMES ADOER, ASHLAND,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander. - Ingram, Commander.
JAMES ADGEIl A CO., WAGNER. HUGER A CO.,
AgentB, Charleston, 8. C. WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agents, Charleston, 8. C.
Alox. Hunter, Commauder. C. Hinchley. Commander.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, S. 0.
Hain ie, Commandor. Johnson, Commander.
Dutton, Commander. Sailing Dava-Evory Fifth Day.
PAULO. TREN HOLM. Agent, Charleston. S. C.
Rates guaranteed as low as those of coin pot in g lines. Marino Insurance, one-half of one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can bo bad at all the principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabuma, Tenntssec and Missis?
State Rooms may bo secured in ad vaneo, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
tho Steamships in Charleston, at whoso offices in all casos tho Railroad Tickets should be
exchanged and Berths amlgned. The Through TicketB by this rc*uto include Transfers,
Moats and Stato Room, while on shipboard.
The South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Iio?road, and thrir connecting lines, have largely
increased their facilitiesIpr the rapid moven mt of Fnight and Pass? ngers between the
Northern cities and thc South and W?at. Comfortable ML ht Cars, with tho Holmes Chair,
without extra chargo, havn been introduced on tho South Carolina Railroad. First ol asa
Eating Saloon at Branchville On the Gt orgia Imilroad tlri-t el nm Mi ?pilig Cars.
Freight promptly transferred ft on1 Mt emu teni!' ?id night trains ot the South Carolina
Railroad, close connection mail? with i?th?r lb win?, delivering Freights at distant points
with great promptness. Ibo n unagi ra will un- t vi i > -sirio e I? tn lift} th? ir patrons that
tho line via Charleston cuuLot bu MO pa BIMI d in (teepine h ami lin* tnt> de liver j ol goods.
For furtbor information, apply to J M NFI.KIUK Sumrinti?dent, Ohnrbsun, H. C.; B. D.
HABEIX. General Agent, P. 0. Box 4 ?79; Office 317 Broadwav, N. Y ; S. B. PICK*NS. General
Passenger and Ticket Agent, South Carolins Railroad. ALKHKI) L. T1LKH,
Juue 20 fCmo Vioo-Prooident South Carolina Railroau, Charle? ton. B. O.
TURT received, a full supply of new Boston
MACKEREL, Noa. 1, 2 ?nd 3 in barrels
half barrels, quarter barrels and kits, for
family uso, for sale 'ow by
8ept2C JOHN AON KW A SON.
American Club Pith.
**?GRFV A DELICIOUS relish: bettor
and much cheaper than Sardines. F.?r aale
by_ S. HOPE.
Old Virgir.ii* Hams.
New Mackerel. 1 <*?~*rw V?W'Vs. Virginia (counlry-enred)
OOH WHOLE, Half Barrels and Kita feit?''* Mte 'flmvA?in nnPF
4\J\J Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Boston inspoci. ,., ??! u' ggJL^!*" ?0ry"
Just received and for sale mtoh lower than at HANK units umi MUHLATfiO
any timo since the "little uuploaaaulnt<H8 " V.} CUItRK.Ul hunght and sold by
Sept 17 E. HOFE. Nov 23 Gmo D. GAM ..BILL. Broker.
il STRAUS ^ BRO.
'. ' *;. t.<?,-..?' '<'A H ) r/.,''?/.':? v.t '/.(..<.}**!
''..'i Is tho placo whore you ccu buy. .. ,
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The Best and the Cheapest
? g S S
. ? ? S
CLOTHING AND CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
fe I I $ I I I I
WE aro now prepared to exhibit one of tho most choice sud select Slocks ever offered IQ
this inaiket, und
At Astonishing Low Prices.
Our motto is "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS." Oct 8
DrawiDg Postponed frc m October 1, 1671, to January 1,1872.
In Consequence of Hie Fever lu Charleston, S. C.
$500,000 to be Given Away I
The South Carolina Land and Immigration Association,
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO., AGENTS,
UNDER tho auspices of tho "South Carolina Stnto Agi iculturnl and Mechanical Society,"
will give a series of CONCEBIS, at the Academy ol' Music, Charleston, S.O. commenc?
ing January 8.1872. Refera to all thc hankers, bickers and prominent gentlemen of thc
country, both North and South.
150,000 Season Tickets of Admission, at $5 Each.
If you have not received a circular, enid for one, giving full particulars. All orders
2,405 Gifts, Amounting in all to $500,000.
Tho drawing ol this great Souihciu < n tel pi in will bc conducted nuder the eupervieicn of
tho following well known gent lernt ii: Gen. A. lt. Wlight, cd Gccigis; Gin. Bradies T . John?
son, of Virginia; Col. li. ll. Rulle ORO. ol South Cat olin fi; Hon. lingi r A. Pryor, of New York.
Money lor Tickets can be tent either Ly I Spitts or Post Cilice Older, and tho Tickets will
bc prompt Iv forwarded.
?ir Di reel all letters to BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Principal c Alco, Charleston, S. C. Charleston, H. C.
G r.s. M. C. liUTLEB. Jons Cir?iAviCR. GES. M. W. GAUY.
Oct 1 3mo
GRAND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION!
miCKETS to the Concorta of tho SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO?
CIATION ready for salo and delivery. All orders from tho country promptly filled. Agents
wanted for tho Counties of Lancaster, Lexington, Spartanburg, Gi convido, Abbeville, Qco
noo and Pickcns. Apply to D. GAMBRILL A CO.,
J une G Goneral Agents, Columbia, S. C.
THE UNIVERSAL LIFE
LIBERTY STREET, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^T NEW YORK.
The Original Stock Life Insurance Company of the United States.
WILLUM WAiiKKH, President.
HENRY J. FURBER, Vice-Pr?sident. JOHN n. BEWLEY, Secretary.
GEORGE L. MONTAGUE, Actuary. E. W. LAMBERT. M.D., Medical Examiner.
THIS COMPANY offers tho following IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES to ihoao
about EFFECTING INSURANCE ON THEIR LIVES:
1. Insurance at Stock Rates, being from 20 to SO per cent. Ices than the rates charged by
2. Each Policy-holder is regarded as a Stockholder lo the extent of ono Annual Premium
on his Policy, and will share in tho Profits of tho Company to tho samo extent as a Block
holder owning an equal amount of the Capital Stock.
3. Every Policy isauou by the Company is non-forfeitahle, and contains a [clauao stating its
exact Surrender Value.
Before Insuring your Life or accepting the Agency of any Company,
RUAD THIS FOLLOWINGS
A lengthened experience has demons tra ti d thal Hie ratee of premium ordinarily charged
by lifo insurance companies are from twenty-five to thirty por cent, in excess of what are ne?
cessary for a safo and legitimate conduct of tho business. In other words, carefully and
prudently-managed comps nies charging "mut un 1" rates have been able to return to their
polioj-holders from 25 to 30 per cent, ot tho amonnt charged for premiums.
When lifo insurance companies were ?rt-t organized, reliability of the datanpon which pre?
miums were constructed had not undergone lef t of experience, lt was thought, therefore, no
moro thau common prudence to adopt a ecalo of premiums which would, in any event, meot
all tho presumed and unforeseen contingench s of the business. As long as the matter was
involved in sumo doubt, it was belter to fix t he i ute too high than to turor the risk of mak?
ing it too low; because, in the former cuse, tho error could ho easily ri tn 'died, at least in
part, hy returning to the policy-holders, at ctrtain intervals, euch pon iou of the premium
charged as was found necessary for tho pnrpoies nf tho business and the complete Bccnrlty
of the company. Experience, however, having eutisfacto ih demonstrated that theso rates
aro oxcessive, what possible excuso can there he for maintaining them?
Availing themselves of this experience, ibo Directors and Managers of ihe Universal Life
Insnranco Company, at its organization, adopti d a scale of premiums in accordance there?
with, and which has proven to be fait and adi quate, and all that was necessary to meet the
requirements of the business. Theso premiums aro about twenty-five per cent, lower than
those obarge hy mutual oompaneia. It also appeared, inasmuch aa tho rates so established
wcro as nbar as could possibly be determined lair rates, and not in excess of what insnranco
has previously cost the policy-holders in motual companies, that any profits arising from
prudent management Justly and properly belonged to tho stockholders of the company, for
the rirtk incurred by them m undertaking tho business.
Experience has shown that there are sources of profit in tho practice of the business wbioh
theory will not admit of being considered aa clements in thc calculation of the premiums.
Theso results form a saving in the mortality of the niemhtre of a company owing to the me?
dical sch ction of good lives, a gain in interest on the investments of the cempany over that
assumed in the calculation of RB prtminms, the profits derivable from the lapsing and sur?
render of policies by tho members, and from other minor tourers. Profits from theso sources,
in a company possessed of a capita1 of f'A'O OOO, and doing a fair amonnt of business, would
give to tho stockholders dividends largely in excess of what were counted on by the Directors
of tho Universal at tho time of its organization. They have, therefore,determined to divido
among tbo policy-holders of tho company a largo part of tho profits accruing from the
sources named, all of which have heretofore been divided among the stockholders.
Tho plan adopted for such division is aa follows: Every person who may hereafter insure
with tho Universal will, for tho purposes of division, be treated as a stockholder to extent ef
one annual premium upon his policy; and will share in the promo of ibo company to precisely
samo extent as a stockholder owning an equal amount of the capital stock.
Ry this system of insurance, original with the Universal, tho policy-holder secures the fol?
lowing important advantagot:
1. Insnranco at the regular "stock" rates, rc quiring a primary outlay of about twenty to
thirty por cent, lees than that charged by mutual companies, and which is equivalent toa
yearly "dividend" paid in : dvance of that amount on mutual rates. Ibis low cost of insur?
ance is worthy of attention. Since its organization, this company has received in premiums
from its policy-holders tho sum of (1.C17.000. To effect tho same amount or insurance in a
mutual company would have coat them au initial ontlay of ?2 OOO.ono. By allowing its policy?
holders to retain, in their own possession, this excess of $183,000, tho Universal has virtually
paid them a "dividend" of $483,000 and patd lt, too, in advance, fuetead of at the end of one
or moro years It io impossible to find any e>ample cf a mutual company furrhsbing insnr?
anco at so low a oust by returning to policy-holders an equal amount upon similar receipts.
2 Participation in the legitimate profits of the company, upon a plan which secures to the
Policy-holders tho same treatment which directors and stockholders award to themselves.
Tbi? system of participation, in cnr.ucction with tho low "stock" rates of premiums, most
necessarily secure to tho policy-holders every possible advantago to be derived from prudent
and careful management.
Tho low rates of premium compel economy, and, independent of participation, guaranieo
to tho policy-holder his insurance at a rato which is not in f xi 'ssof tho cost in well managed
mutual companies; whilo, by tho proposed plan or ?partie5 pal on in what may bo considered
tho legit?malo protltB of tho business, the cost will bo stih tut her diminished.
i hus by tho combiuod advantages arising from low storl. rate and participation In profits,
it is conti 'entl> holiovrd th? UNIVEHSAL LIFE INBURA SCI COMPANY offers insurance at
ii J lowest practicable cost.
Those of tho existing policv-holders who desire to parti? [pate in tho profits under the nf w
plan can do so hv making application to the bead tinco, or 10 any agents of the company.
The company i's in a aonnrl financial condition. Ratio of assets to liabilities 130 to 100.
?S-O00D RELIABLE AGENTS WANT KD, who will deal direct with tho Now YorkofBO),
and to whom full general agents' commissions will be paid.
* BI. W. GAUY ?nd M. C. BUTLER,
Stato Superintendent? of Agencies
Ofiice on Richardson street, opposite Columbia Hotel, Columbia. 8. O. Sept