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railroad train was running
,. hg at alm?at 'lightning ?pcod.
A Wtti' waaJ^ja^ijiA and tho
trainwafr??t^veryr?t?v Still tho
conductor hoped to pass tho curve
safely, Suddenly, a locomotive
dashed into eight. In an instant,
lhere was ? a ?.collision. :A shriek-r
a shoe*-?nd filly pe^none were
slaughtered; and all because au
engineer had boen behind time. g
The battle of Watorloo was
being ibu g ht. Column after col?
umn had Deon precipitated upon
the enemy. The ann was sinking
in the westy Keinforceuiients.ior
the defenders were already in sight
. 'ht was necessary to carry th? posi?
tion with one final- charge. A
powerful corps had been summoned
from acrosa tue country. :.The
great conqueror, confident of i?s
ar^vsl, formed his reserve into an
attacking column and led them
down the hill The whole yrorlo
knows the result. Napoleon u?ey
a prisoner at St. Helena, because
one of his Marshals was behind time.
A condemned man was being-led
out for execution. He had taken
human life, but under circumstances
of the greatest provocation. Thou?
sands had signed a petition for a
reprieve, still none had arrived.
The last moment waa up. Tho
prisoner took his place on the drop;
it fell, and a lifeless body sw?ng in
the . air. Just at this moment, a
horseman came into eight, his steed
covered with foam. He , boro a
reprieve for the prisoner, bot he
had come too late. A compara?
tively innocent man had died an
ignominious death, because a watch
had been five minutes too slow,
causing the bearer to arrive behind
. It is continually so in life. The
best laid plans are .daily sacrificed,
because they are "behind time."
There are others who put ofl fefoftn
ation year by year, till death seines
them, and they were ever "bobi nd
How TO MAKE MISCHIEF.-Keep
your eye on your neighbors. Take
care of them. Do not let them stir
.without watching. They may do som0'
thing wrong if you do. To bs Sure
yon never knew them to dp anything
very bad, but it may bo on your ac?
count they have not. Perhaps if it
had not been for your kind care, they
might have disgraced themselves long
time ago. Therefore do not relax .any
effort to keep them where they ought
to be. Never mind your own business;
that will take care of itself. There is
a man passing along-he is looking
over the fence-bo suspicious of him;
perhaps he contemplates stealing,1 one
of these dark nights; there is no Know?
ing what queer fanoies he may have
got into his head. If you find any
symptoms of any one passing put of
the path cl duty, tell every one - else
what you seo, and be partumlatt.ta see
, It is a good way to circulate -such
things, though it moy not benefit your?
self or any one else particularly. Do
keep something going-silonco; is' a
-dreadful thing; though it is said" thero
was silence in heaven for the space of
half an hour, do not let any such a
thing occur on earth; it would bo too
much for this mundane sphere.
I Th A* ..NXQjfco's HEAD is LEVEL.- ,
Albert? an old XVth Amendment, was
discoursing in Lawrence rille,"G/t., re?
cently, upon the subject of negroes.
The Atlas thus reports him:
He "rose to 'splain .himself?' as fol?
lows: "I des tell you, niggers is a gittin
too big anyhow-da tinks demsolvcs
good as white folks. D?rs my wife
she:s done had four pair high-up gaiter
shoes dis year, and now wants another
5air. It's qusre that being sot free
ill make niggers such fools. Da used
t'o think they was a doin' mighty well
if they got ? pair of shoes by Christ?
mas. I wish the last ono of them was
put back in slavery for about fi,ve years
( to learn'em aomo sense. I'd be wil?
ling to go back awhile myself, jes to
see some of these bigoted niggers took
"WASHING BLANKETS.-Now is the
season for washing blankets, and not
every housewife knows the best and
easiest mode of washing them. Here
is a plan that never fails, if strictly
followed: Take one pint of soft soap,
twp tablespoonfuls of powdered borax
dissolved in boiling water; put this
. mixture in a tub and fill half full of
cold water; put in from two to three
blankets-ss many as the water will
wei! covert let them stand from twelve
to twenty-four hours; squeeze and rub
them thoroughly and pot them in a
basket to drain (over another tub)
without wringing; rinso in clear cold
water and drain them again; i put a
little blueing in for-a final rinse; drain
and hang out without wringing; it will
take longer for then to dry, but ;thoy
?will riot ah-rink. ?nt Ionic trhitn and
smooth? Be sure and use cold water
and not wring during the process.
PBETTY GOOD.-It is said of the
Rev. Mr. Cowan, it pastor, in German?
town, Philadelphia, that soon after en?
tering upon his charge, he asked for a
collection in his congregation for the
Sunday school. The collection was
made, and amounted to eighteen dol?
lars! The next Sunday he got tip find
said: "I have an apology to make to the
congregation. The collection for tho
Sunday school last Sunday amounted
to eighteen dollars. Had I been better
acquainted among you, I would have
omitted the collection, tnd would havo
asked the Sunday school to take up a
collection for the church."
The Scientific Amcricar. explains the
word car af? It is an imaginary weight
expressing the proportion of puro gold
in a mass of metal. An ounce of gold
is divided Into twenty-four carats, and
so gold of twenty-two carats Ano is
gold of which twenty-two parts are
pure, the other two parts being silver,
copper or other metal. Carat is origi?
nally the name of a bean which grows
upon the carat-tree. This bean varies
little in its weight, and from a remoto
period has been used as a weight for
Sold, goms and pearls in India and
f HS GLJgANBR,.
JOHN F. THOMAS, Chief Editor-. "
W-WrM? /ob r rin ting of o Vor r doinb
ion promptlyatf*.fal thfnuy attended jtb.~ I",,
inserted in tho Daily at 75 cent? par aquare
'or akHxnrfA-aAdfiOo?nUteaoh subsequent in
,0?ii^ ' Ifl?rB*j'r i?ao**D1|3DUib7 W??k'
Scheduleon Slue Ridge Railroad.
lasjajBttiia' W??e'ajiaowon... :.. .6.00 P. M.
ynHftvi' Pendleton. 7 00': "
Waiting at toa^nWK?poibonr tor thc arrival
July 3 _Vfc ji.rD. PAILLARD, Hop,
.ii t^tt^ Bc?6dti}e!8. ?l TTJ B. RV.
?flllginr Dl>WN TRAIN. UP THAIN.
OaCSBcr Arrive. Leave. Arrive.Leave.
-.4ps?**ahurg.. 6 80 ':? 6.26
B?i*?viUe..... 6.00 S.CO 4.(8 4.63
P4c01ot.8 08 6.18 4.40 . 4 45
Janesville... K 6.4? C.48 4 PB" 4.10
Unionviile. 7 25 7.50 8 05 3.25
Hantno. 8 20 8 25 2 80 2.85
Fieb Dam...... 8.40 8.46 2.10 2.16
Shelton.>.. 0.16 9 20 1.86 1.40
Ly lea' Ford.,. 0 40 9,46' 1.12 1.17
Strother. ?ff? i 10 06 10.10 , 12.60 12.66
Aluton.../. 1.1. ll 00 " '." 12.00
May 24 , ' "' THDB. B. JETER. Preaident.
"Motto's victoria Tppjc Bitters."
KN TIRE L. Y VK?ETABLS.
For the cure of Dy?p'ep'H?, 'Ague and Fever,
BW?iiS niteaeee. Qeneral Debility,
md alt mrjuriliee of thc Blood.
TBEbE BITTE SS' have nOw firmly esta?
blished themselves in the favor of the
Knolie and the medical profeaaion. Lr epa rod
om purely vegetable ingrediente of acknow?
ledged efficacy, their unrivaled and highly
totilo, stimulating and prophrjlactic qualities
peculiarly adapt them to all ease? of General
Dob?ity, Nerroo a Prostration oT the SyB
Aa an exoitant of the appetite and a whole?
some aid to the prooeaa of digestion, they
will be found to bo very effie a>:ioua. while
their peculiar rnedloal propertica render them
of unoqnaled tillie* to. those subject to Chilli
and Fever, Cougeatiori, aud other miaamatic
diHoaeos. ... [ "'[,'?
These Bittern will ho found most wonder?
fully beneficial In all bases of Debility and Ir?
regularities of Fomalea. Wheresoever intro?
duced, they beo?mo- standard article-a
medicinal Btaple. Unlike tho many noxious
a limul an te advert ia od, they brace and fortify
the aye terri'without ?citing. undue cerebral
action. Thoy-BTo without doubt the beat to?
nio and'oonaillational renovator ever offered
to tho publio. MOTTE A TARRANT,
, , Manufacturers and Solo Proprietors,
Newberry, 8. O.
Sold by E. II. HKINITSU, Columbia, 8. 0.
Sept 18 6mo
Canned Gooda! Canned Goods!
-I pr rv OASE8 frosh CANNED GOODS, Jnat!
JLZJ\J received, oonaiating in part aa followa
To mato BP,
Covo and Spiced Oysters, Salmon, Lob
atera, eto. For aale bv
Oot 4 JO'HN AGNEW ? SON.
? , Jost Received,
"I rv BARBELS Choice New Hailed BUCK?
AU WHEAT. For sale low by
Oct 25 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
GuOttge Of SOlIfJuTlle.
WlLS?IKGTOS, Gci^^?i?. ?'AVQVST?. R. B Oo.
Afmeet Morence............... ? 18 A. M.
Arrive et KingBTtlle.............. 13 5? P. M.
Leave Kingsville. 9 10 A. M.
Arrive et florence...... 12 08 P. M
Arrive et Wilmington.v 6 80P. M.
'? WIGHT KIP REBA TBAIH, BCKOAV ?XCWTJ3>
A*?V?> ???adu?io?. 7.10T. K.
.Arrive St Florence. LSI A. M.
Arrive et Kingsville. 8 ? A. M
Leave Kingsville. 8 45 P. M
Arrive et Florence. ll.OS P. H
.Arrive et Wilmington.. 5 60 A. II
Aug 9 JOHN O. WINDER, Oen'l Bup't.
7 I v Ohango of Schedule.
OFFICE NO KT H OAUOLIN A B. B. CO.,
COKPAHT Saora. N. 0., Jane 8.1871.
gS ?m OMMMI ON ami after bUNDAY.
gggggggl Jane ?, 1871. TBAINB will
be ran over tbi* Road in accordance with tht
following: TIME TABLE.
. Traine Ooibg Laat. Trains Weat.
A UBI VE. I4K&VX. ABBI VI. LBAVX.
Charlotte 5.80 em 8.10 pm
Saliabnry8.03am 8 88en- 0.28 pm 8.80 poi
Gr'nsb'oll 08am!l.!8?n. 8 26pm 8.86 pm
Co 8hopl2 40 p m 1.05 p u. 9.56 p m 10.16 p m
Hillab'ro 2.28pm 3.83pm 11.86p m ll 87 pm
Raleigh 6.05 p m 2.o5 e m 2.40 a n> j
OoldHboro 7-20 e m
Oharlutte7.16hm 8 00 p m
Haliab'ry 4.82am 4 Warn 6 16pm 6.20pm
Gr'nab'o 1.26em 186em 2 10pm 22Upni
Co Shop ll 87 pm 12.02 Soi 12.81" p m 12 60 p m
BillabrolO 07 pm 10 09 a n, 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Raleigh 6.68 pm 7 40 e m 8.45 a m
GoldBb'o 8.00 pm
June 6 W. H. OREEN, Maa. Trana.
Greenville and.Colombia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., MABOB 1,1871.
figeS?eMftMMMMP ON end efter thia
t|WPCT'W*l'?^g?d&te, tho following
Schedule will be mu daily, Bundeye excepted:
Leave Colombie at. 7 00 e. m.
. Alaton.9.10 a.m.
? Newberry.11.16 e. m.
. Ookeabury. 8.00 p.m.
. Belton.5.00 p.m.
Arrive at Greenville. 8.30 p.m.
Leave Oreenvilie et. 6.15 e. m.
*. Belton.8.06 e. m.
" Abbsville.8 15 a m.
?. Newberry. 1.50 p.m.
" Alaton. 4.05 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.6.65 p.m.
THO?. DODAMEAD. Genera) Sup.
M. T. BABTLBTT. General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 4, 1871.
QSimEMBBBfci ON &nd after SUNDA)
WEBB gBgSMgnoxt, 6th IriRt., thefollow
lng achednlo will bo run over thia road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Auguata.3.26 A. M. 6.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.8.09 A. M. 11.00 P. H.
Arrive Charlotte.2.15 P. M. 5.20 A. M.
Leave Charlotte.7.40 A. M. 8.15 P. M.
Leave Columbia.1.57 P. M. 2.30 A. M.
, Arrive Auguata.C.50 P. M. 7 SO A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Both traina make cloae con?
nection to all pointa North, South end Weat.
Through ticketB sold and baggage checked
to ell principal pointe. Standard time-Weah
ington City time. 16 minutea tenter than thia
city. E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E. R. DQBBET, Qcn. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAUOLINA RAILBOAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, H. C., June 9, 1871.
BS Ul MBT??BBKBfe Change of Schedule
iPttsRaW.iSBc^Kr^ tu go into effect OD
and after Sunday, 11th instant:
MAIL AND PAHHr.NGF.Il TBA IN.
Leave Columbia at.7.40 am
Arrive at Charleeton at.8.20 p m
Leave Oharleatonat.8.20 a m
2 rrive at Columbia at.8.40 p m
HIOHT EXPBEBS, FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at. .7.50 p m
Arrive at Oh arlee ton at.6.46 am
Leave Oberleaton at.7.10 p m
Arrive et Columbia at.6.00 a m
Camden Accommodation Train will COD
tinne to run to Columbia aa formerly-Sion
d&ya, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Vioe-Preaidcnt.
8. B. FicKiNs, General Ticket Agent.
FBBIS?T AH] PASSENGBR UH.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, KEW YORE, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREE TIMES ,?ft^*Srt!f^rTFI^ ?^V?T]?"*j A WEEK.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
ELEGANT 8TATE-R00M ACCOMMODATIONS.
8oa Voyage 10 to 12 Hours ^^^^^^^^^^\, Shorter via Charleston.
TOTAL. CAPACITY, 4O.0UO BALK? MONTHLY.
l&ifi i South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting' Roads Weet, In alliance with the tl ii t of thirteen first olass Steamships to
the abovo ports, invite attention to the quick time and regular dispatch afforded to the
basin(BB public th'tho Cotton States at the
POUT OP CHARLESTON,
Offering facilities of rail and sea tram port ation tor Freight anti Passengers not excelled in
excellence and capacity at any olin r purt. Tho following eplmdid Ocean Steamers are re?
gularly on tho line:
TO HEW YORK.
M. 8. Woodhull, Commander. S. Cruwell. Commander.
CHAMPION, SOUTH CAROLINA,
R. W, Lookwood, Commander. T. J. Beckett, Commander.
James Berry, Commander. J. Kennedy. Commander.
JAMES ADDER, ASHLAND,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander. - Ingram, Commander.
JAMES ADOER & CO., WAGNER, HUGER & CO.,
AgentsVCharleston, 8. C. WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agunta, Charleston, 8. 0.
TO PHIIi?DBLFH! A.
VIRGINIA, . . EMPIRE,
Alex. Hunter, Commander. U. Hinckley. Commander.
WM. A. COUBTKNAY, Agent, Charleston, B. C.
'Hainle, Commander. , Johnson, Commander.
Dntton, Commander. Sailing Days-Every Fifth Pay.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, B. C.
Ratos guaranteed as low as those of competing lines. Marine Insurance, one-half of one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can be had at all thc principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and 2Sis8is>
State Rooms may bo secured in advanoe. without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
tho Steamships io Charleston, at whoso offices in all casos tho Railroad Tickets should be
exohanged and Berths aesignod. Tho Through Tickets by this ruuto include Transfers,
Meals and State Boom, while on shipboard.
Tho Sonth Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, and thr-ir connecting linos, havo largely
inoroiteed their facilities tor the rapid moven.tnt of Freight and Passengers between the
Northern cities and the South and West. Comfortable Night Care, with the Holmes Chair,
without extra charge, have boen introduced on tho Sonth Carolina Railroad. Firm class
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Railroad flirt clfirH r-htpirg Can*.
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to day and night trains nf the bout h Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made with other Roads, delivering Freights at distant points
with great promptness. Tho managers will uso t va y t xerth n tc raiiffv their patrons that
tho line via Charleston osnnotbe surpassed in drrpatch and the m li delivers <>i goods.
For further information, applv te J M. SELKIRK, Superintendent, Charil sion; 8. C.; B. D.
HAOELL, General Agept, P. O. Box 4,979; Office 817 Broadway, N. Y.; S. B. TICK?NS. General
Passenger arid Ticket Agent, Bonth Carolina Railroad. ALFRED L. TYLER,
June 20 }Grao 1 Vice-President South Carolina Railroad, Gharlobton, S. 0.
i . >.. .'. .-.i .' i... :\w
Ia the place where yon can buy
d the Cheapest
jj, i i i 'I i
CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURN 1S1DN6 GOODS.
WE are now preparad to exhibit one of tho moat choleo and aeloct Btooka over offered in
thia market, and
At Astonishing Low Prices.
Oor motto is "QUICK BAI FB ANP SMALL PBOFITB"_Pot B
THE UNIVERSAL LIFE
Ihe Original Stock Life Insurance Company of the United States.
WILLIAM WALKES, President.
HENRY J. FURBER, Vioe-Prealdent.
GEORGE L. MONTAGUE, Actuary.
JOHN H. BEWLEY. Kecretaiy.
E. W. LAMBERT, M. D.. Medical Examiner.
TEI8 COMPANY offers the following IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES to those
about EFFECTING INSURANCE ON THEIR LIVES:
1. Inanranoe at Stock Ratea, being from 20 to SO per cent, lesa than the rat? a charged by
2. Each Policy-bolder ia regarded as a Stockholder to the extent of ono Annual Premium
on bia Policy, and will abare in the Profit? of the Company to th? hame t xtent aa a Stock?
holder owning an equal amount of tho Capital Stock.
8. Every Policy inanco by the Company ia non-forfeitable, and containa a clause stating its
exact Surrender Value.
Before Insuring your Life or accepting thc Agrnny <f (my Com puny.
Il KA I) TIIIC KOLLOW IA O t
A lengthened experience has demon* tratt d thal 'he ia: rn nf pr? in I nm in di na ri ly charged
by lifo insurance oompaniea are from twenty liv?- to thu ty per cent in < xe? ee. iii what are ne?
cessary for a aafe aiid legitimaie conduct of the burines, lu othei wtn il?-, cart fully end
prudently-managed companies cbaiging "mutual'' iatur bari- bein abu to return to their
policy holders from 26 to 30 per cont, ot thc amount ebal geil tot pi i minina.
When life insurance compm ic? were tiret organized, reliability ot tb? ? ?ta upon which pre
nriurae were constructed had not undergone teat i-f experience It waa thought, therefore,no
more than common prudence to adopt u renie of premiums ?hieb would, in auy eveut, meet
all the presumed ano unforeseen contingenciea of thc bu alu caa.
Aa loug aa tho matter wan involved in some doubt, it was better to tlx tho rate too high
than to incur tho risk of makiDg it too low; because, io the former case, tho error could be
eaaily remedied, at least in part, by returning to the policy-holders, at certain interTale, aucb
portion of the premium chargi d as was found necessary (ur thc purposes ot the business and
the complete security of the company.
Experience, however, having aaliafacto ily demonstrated that there rate.i aro excessive,
what possible excuse cati there bo for maintaining i IM mV
Availing tbemaelvea of thia experience, tho Directors and Managers of the Universal Life
Tnturar.ee Company, at ita organization, adopti il a tcalc ot pi cmium* iu accordance there?
with, and which haa proven to be fair and adequate, and al) that was nee e-sary to moot the
requirements of the tinniness. These premiums arc about twei?ty Ovo pei cent, lower than
those charge by mutual conipaueia.
It alec appeared, inasmuch as the rat CH so established were as nt-ur AB could poaaibly be
determined fu ir ratea, and not in excess of what insurance IIBB previously cost the policy?
holders In mutual companies, that any protita arisiug iron (prudent managt ment juetly and
properly belonged to the stockholder's of the company, for the risk incurred by them in
undertaking the husmees.
Experience haa abown that there are sonre? s of profit in the pracUcn of thc business which
theory will Dot admit of being considered aa eh ments in the calculation ol the premiums.
Those reaulta form a saving ju the mortality of the nu ml ? rs til a ct mi ai.y cuing to ihe tue
dioal aelection of good livea, a gain in interest on the invest MI nts cd the cc ni pa ny over that
assumed in the calculation of its prtminina, the profits dei ivable from tho lansing abd sur?
render of policies by the members, and from other minor souro s
Profita from these sources, in a company possessed of a ca int a" of t200.000, and doing a fair
amount of business, would give to the stockholders dividends largely tu exec-s of what were
counted on by tho Directora "f the Universal at thc time of its organization. They have,
therefore,determined to divide antoni/ thu policy-holders of tho company a large patt of the
profita accruing from the s lurcea named, all ot which have heretofore beeu divided among
The plan adopted for auch division ia an follows: Every pfcraon who may hereafter insure
with the Universal will, for the purposes of division, he treated aa a stockholder to extent of
one annual premium upon ht* policy; und tra/ share in the prcjils of the Ci-mpany to precisely
the same citent as a Stockholder -.wning an equal amount ff ihe (.'apiial S'i ck
By thia system of tnaniance, original with the Universal, the policy-holder secures the fol
. wing important ad vantage*:
1. Insurance at the regular'-stock" ratea, r< quiring a primary outlay of about twt niy lo
hirty percent lesa than that cbai god by mutual ct inpaim ?., and ?hieb is equivalent toa
> early "dividend" paid in dvance ot thai amount on n utual rafts. 'J hie low cost of ineut
meela worthy of attention Since its < rpm ization. ibu ri.mi nm Ima received in pim.mme
.tum ita policy-holders the au*n ot $1,617 00U '1 o i fleet the same munni ol iiieoi ance in a
mutual company wonld have cost them au initial outlay hf f2<"00,<(.0 Ly allowing its policy
holders to retain, in their own possess!' n. this excess of 1483,000, the Univ? rsal baa virtually
oaid them a "dividaud" of ?483 000 and paid lt. ti o, in advanre, ti.Mead ot at the sid of one
.ir more yeera It ia impossible to flt d auy e>an pie ct a mutual ci n pany tui Dishing insur
mce at so tow a coat hy reinrninii tu policy holders nu rquai amount upon similar receipta.
2 Participation in the legitimate profil? ot the company, upon a plan which secures to the
u?*)icv-holder? the sams tn atnieht which directora und stoekholdtis award to themselves,
flu- ay s ten. ot participation, in coinert hm with the lt w "stock" ratea of pn mfums, must
necessarily aecure to the policy-holders every possible advantage to he dtrived trom prudent
and careful managem? n*.
The low rates . f premium co- pel economy, and, independent of participation, guarantee
to the policy-hold, r his H.MU ance at a raie ahich is not in i xn si- of the cost in well managed
mutual oompanu-s- ?hilo hy the proposed plan tn eat ticipation in what may he consider, d
the legitimate profits of the bnsiueeri. th.- coat wm ho etiil fm tin r diminishi d'.
ibu- by tho coiuhiued advantages atieii g bom l< w -lock rate and participation in profita,
it is oonfi eotb believed the UMVER8AL LIFE IN bU h Ah OL COMPANY iflrre ituurauce at
ita low. et nractloab'e oo.it.
ST rhoae of the existing policy holder? who desire t< purl ir ipa te in \ rofits under the now
plan can do BO by makiDg application to the head i fiice, or to auy ag? nts of the company.
The Company is in a sound financial condition.
Ratio of Assets to Liabilities 136 ?o 100.
Jttf GOO UNRELIABLE AGENTS WANTED, abo will den] direct with Ihe New
York Office, and to whom full general ngenln' cmnmi-tiions will ho. paid.
M. W. OAHV,
M. C. BtfTI.KK,
Situti' Snpeiiniendeiite ot Agencies
Offioo on Richardson atreet, opposite Coln ni bin H??iei, i < lin hi? > topi
THE BEST IN THE HARKET!
CHOICE and select FAMILY GIIOCF.BILB, Tull araorlmt-nt ol
_^X.&&!i?fo ~ Angara, Coffees-Kio, Java and Laguayra; Teas ot all kinda;
Ai\^^?\jf^L-'^\ Chocolates, Bunna, Spices, Picklea, Baue? a and Table Dre-ainga
ivy^^^^^^^tg^t ol al) kinds and dis-tit til ns, Cht? er- hap Sago, Factoiy, Pine
^^^^^ FAMILIT FIOUB,
^^_^^*^?SaS?/ In b?rrele ai packages, consiating in part of Nonpareil, Madison
^^J^?j^f^^ and Highland. Also. Oatmeal, Pearl Grist. Hominy, Corn, etc.;
Table and Liverpool Salt, Biscuit and Ci ackers td all kinds, Eng?
lish nod American. Potatoes, Onions and other Vegetable s constantly on hand to supply
retail trade. A full supply of all kinda of EANCY BOATS, including Colgate's beat toilet,
and that for domestic purposes. Canned Goods of every description. Jelln a and Preserves,
beat family Butter, Lard, Molaeaes of all gradee, Mcatr. Hams, Dru d Bet f. Tongue;, Bacon
Strips, Bellies and Bides. Also, a full assortment ol PISH, including hist No. 1 and Mesa
Mackerel, and Smoked and Pickled Salmon, etc. Particular at I (-nth n is imiti d te our full
Embracing the beat brands, foreign and dom? aile, lo bc U und aaa-a 1 i t?>
in the market. CHAM PAON ICS of al) popular brands; Shin.ca, /^n*$*S?AAJ5. A
Madeira, Port and Catawba Wines of all kinds, and Bitters of Ul I M W] ||MBB^__
every grade. Alao, English, Scotch and Breon n ALES, of Ihe jJmjJJ^^]}mj^m^?S^rf
following brands: McEwan'a, Muir & Sons', Yonnger's, tte, etc. J?jff 1E^..CTMHB^KMBI?BB
Especial attention is called to our MONOGHAN bud Ot lier < 'mT^-'.UtJSLwm''^aB^':'
WHISKEYS, the best in the market for family use or medicinal lf^ibiif?p?^^^tjp'f
purposes. Alao, to our BP.ANPIEB, including thc best Hivert ^?IL^KflBBSf^\J
Pellevoison, Lurroude i res. Cognac, vintage of 181'fi Aho, t3V^a?F*gtg^BJH T
GIN3, Palmetto and Swan brands. All import, il and warrant? ci ^^^tnST^^OB?^
8ood. Also, we have < n band a full atock of choice CIOAhS and ^ap' I
HEWING TOBACCO, Bagky'a Fino Cut, etc. A st. c k of HAGGING and COTTON TIES,
and other art idee for plantation nae. -ti fact, everything needed orto be found In a firat
e'ion~ Groceiy Store, and at price? to nuit 1h?*timeB. Wo warrant our gooda first class, and
?.ivito-uioapectlonof thom. H A BD Y SOLOMON,
Oct 6 Columbia Hotel Block.
GRAND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION!
rjlICKETS to tbe Concerts of the SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION A880
DIATION ready for sale and dolivery. All uniera from tho country promptly filled. Agents
?anted for the Comntles of Lancaster, Lexington, Sparlanburg, Greenville, Abbeville, Ooo
nee andPiokens. Apply to D. GAMBBILL A CO.,
Jone 6 General Agenta, Columbia, B. C.
JUTANUFACTURER AND DEALER, No. 20
lYjL H ?yoe street ?nd Hon beck's Wharf,
Charleston. 8. 0. Tbl? fe the largest and
moat complete factory of the kind in the1
Hoot bern States, and all articles in thin line
oan be furnished by Mr. P. P. Toale at prices
which defy competition.
MW A pamphlet with foll and detailed Hst
of all shies of Doors. Sashes and Blinds, and
the price? of each, will be Bent free and post
paid, on application to i
JnlylUlvr _P. P. TOALE.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaasn, pint* and
quarts. For salelow. E. HOPE
T H IrS#.RAJPSr ?f?
No* Open for Business.
rvo ? OE Y Q
lt r?5lJlf rwp-ravito? ?ll .<?-' >?r?*iW. to* prwftKte*
SUjant. Bwt** aa! WmHuomt MOLLS, BISCUITS. MMMAD,
awekmUH ?ad ?tb? Crt?Wa CW*?* fmf**t fur* mmt
DiWAU, udtlMit rWjr for tmmtiltt, mg. WWW
E3TBM*1 fmnUr In On WOULD, aa? H W ?.> OJf
ZAXT> on BEI, ta an* tUmmU, /W ?aar* lt fa -.raB aaapt* t
to UM ax .< PtmrnSmfrt, Mmun, Mm la ir* ita fe . mm *r..
and l> la fact, fa n*rg rmy*et, Un 'MST, TWlttfOW?**
Md* "/?r tt? XUaata, CU Cmm*. ?*. Csa**."
SOLO ST OBQCXBS A DEALERS 1
M*arn*?ctuxedb7rx>0LEY;A ; x
69 NEW STREET. NEW-YORK.
M?y 23 jfrtno .
SPKClAa. ATTKBTioa giren ta th*o <>i.
loct?ou of Commercial 'Pacer, Interest
on State and BaUroad Bonds and Stocks* and
Conversion of State Securities, by .
Nov 28 6mo , r OUDHEL, Broker.
The Brooklyn Ufe lusuraace Oompa&y,
OP NEW YOI1K. ' >!'. .
_0_ . ?.'.>.; (
Faid Up Cash Capital and Assets Two Millions Dollars.
CHRISTIAN W. BO?CK, rrchideut. I W. M. COLE, Secretary.
W. H. WALLACE, Viao-President. j D. PARKS FAOKLEB, Actuary.
OFFICE NO. 141 BRO A I) WA f, NEW YORK.
JOHN E. BACON, W. P. BUTLER, General Agenta and Managers for South Carolina ?nd
AB General Agenta, we take pleasure in presenting- thia well known and reapouaible Com?
pany to tho pnblic. and in recommending it UK first class in every way. We might add
mnch more on thia anbjeot, hut, being interested aa ita Agtnla, prefer to speak through dis
interestedparties. Therefore, read and digest the following notier a-among many others
from both A'orlt>ern nnd >ou(/iern pej'trs, an to tho virtaou ct thia Company : rp
There ia no better company in the land. A compariaon with other corporations of asimi?
lar character will convince all of the superior safely in laking rieka with tlie Brooklyn ?Life.
[Columbus, Ga., Sun, Jaituary 27.1869.
Tho Brooklyn Life baa placed ilaell in the vanguard of inaurance reform, and is the first
company that haa done full juatico to th? insured, Ac. ,
[Insurance Times, New York, January, 1W9.
Thia great feature of ca*h surrender valnea is an important improvement that signalizes
tho era of ineuranco.-Raleigh Sentinel, N. C.
Thia plan-guaranteed anrrender valuea-removes the sole objection existing to making
an application for luanrance. Each policy becomes a piece of negotiable paper, as easily trans?
ferred as a Government bond.-Hosten, Mass.. Fast, 18C9. ?? v .
A policy in the Brooklyn Lifo ia worth BO mach in ready money. This is tho only life com?
pany that haa carried thia excellent feature Into buein?".
[Bi upai ch. ?t. Louis, Wo., January 7,1869.
We call especial attention to thin diatinctive and advantageous feature of anarant?ed anr?
render value, particularly characteristic of the Brooklyn Life. And also to the fact that
there are no classes io tho Brooklyn Life; all fare alike, whether from the North, Booth, Eaat
or Weat. Also, wo direct the attention ol the publio to tho fact that policies can he obtained
in thia Company, owing to ita careful management and superior advantages, at lower rates
than in any other company of equal rank and aolvencv in America. rta
BACON A BUTLER, Genoral Agents.
Office above Dr. Fiaher'a Drug Store, Colombia, fl. C., and at Edg? field Court Houae.
R?diable agents wanted in every town and County in the State, and also in the citv of An?
guata, to ?hom liberal commissions will be paid. Nov 4
THIS SOUTH OAROX.?S?A
LAND Ai IMBATH ASSOCIATION,
FOR THE PROMOTION OF IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH,
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO., Agents,
A SICKIES OF* COflCBRTI
Will bo given under the auapices of the
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY,
AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
COMMENCING January 8,1872, at which Drawinga will tako place and distributions made
to Ticket Holders ot the entiro
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING AT CHA RLES2ON, it. C.,
And cash in varioua amounta, making in all
2,405 Gifts, Estimated at $600,000.
150.000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AT 15 EACH.
All ordera strictly confidential. For reference* and full particulars aeud for Circular?.
The Drawing of thia Great Southern Enterprise will be conducted under the supervision
of the following well-known Gentlemen:
Gen. A. R. WRIGH V, of Georgia. Col. B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Gen. BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia. Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, of New York..
Remittance oan bo made to us, an i the Ticketa will bo sent by return mail by
ll UTI, h II, OHADWIPK, GARY <V CO., Ctmrloton, S. C.
OEM. M. 0. BU I LEU. JOHN CHADWICK. GK*. M. W. GARY
Tickets can he procured of D. GAMBRILL ci CO., Columbia, P.. C. Nov u
THIS CORN SHELLER weighs only thrr0 pounds, is made of cas t iron, han ? rotary
movement, and is the first invention in thia rino that shells "without diet ion, on the
cob," and is, therefore, tho easiest operating Hand Corn Sheller in existence, lt cannot
get out of order by use, will last for years, the lls all ?izes of corn ears, can be naed hy- any
one at first eight. It can bo fastened tu a bench, chair or table, or for portable puipotea
?crewed to a amah board, which will answer for a etat when using tho implement. In shell?
ing, the operator graapa tho butt of tho ear of corn with the left hand, nreaeuts the an.all
end to the shelling teeth and rotates tho theiler with the right hand; the acute angular
teeth pene'rstii-'S Dfitween thc rsv,-? : f zc.iv. clore tc thc ecb, sh??irg rr rr fiS?V ?s? rapid?
ly; when the ear can no longer ho held, the projecting cob is taken hold of by the Tig ht
baud, and the sheller rotated with tho left. As thia sheller ia patented on a new principle,
wo invito inspection. But seldom haB such an opportunity been offered to energetic bu*i
ueaa men. We aro fast disposing of County Rights to MU h mt 11. and no othera. Thia little
Sheller supplies a want universally felt, as is proven by ita rapid sale. The price-2 60
puta it in reach of all, white and black. Agenta sell from 15 to 30 pct day; aa many aa?, 12
or more on one farm. It will abell from 5 to 6 bushels per boor.
Wo have also the HARRISBURG POCKET SHELLER. Price CO cents. Will shell 2 to ?
bushels per hour. Partiea wielling Comity Rights < 1 furtlu r information will *ddr? ii ns at
Greenwood, 8. C. CII1PI.KY ?V HUTCHISON,
Nov 9 J2mo Agenta for South Carolina.
FAST FREIGUTS TO AND FROM NORTHERN CITIES,
Via Charlotte, Columbia and Angosta Eailrc. \ North Carolina Railrcsd
Raleigh and Gaston Railroad, Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad,
and Steamers between Portsmouth and New York,
Boston, Philadelphia and Baltimore !
THE A ROVE-NAMED RAILROADS, in con?
nection with tho Steamer Lines, having united
in forming a Faat Through Freight Line, to be
known aa the YELLOW LINE, will put in opera?
tion, on the 4th of 8eptember, a FAST THROUGH
FREIGHT 8CHEDULE between Columbia and Angucta and ibo above-named K?rt bern
cities. The attention of shippers and icceivers of litigl.t is called lo the following ?avan?
tagea offen d by the line:
It ia almoat entirely an inland rente, by which rates of insorsieeand ritks of.di lay from
bad weather aro grea'tly rednctd. There ia no di avago, and no tin nsf er?, except ender dover.
Daily Steamers will mn between Pomme nth and Rainmore, 1 hiladi Ix bia and New rora,
and fi eights will have prompt despatch.
Ratea and claesificalions the eamo aa by othf r routes.
Through billa of lading givtn arid claims prompt)) adjusted.
MOT HAVE GOODS MARKED **VIA YELLOW LINE." "W
For further Information, apply to E. P. ALEXANDER,
Superintendent Charlotte, Columbia and AoRnsts BaiJrosU.
E. B. DoasKT, General Freight and Ticket Agent. BePl 5 8100