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BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
KDITOB A>D PBOPUIETOB.
..Office on Main Street, above Taylor.
Agent? fr?r PUeenlx ?nd Gleaner.
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JAME? QnA*r..Union J. B. ALua?..Gho?ter
BY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBI*, S. G.. SUND AT, M?fttflNO, -JtJNK 27, I860
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-Tl??- Con?us and tb* Const 1?attona! |
i r Amendment*. , j
, The Baltimore Sun lias the tallowing i
in-regard to these topics:
A careful examination of tho applica?
tion of the-fourteenth amendment to tho
next census shower that tho Southern
States, wherein the right of fiauchiee is
impartial, and that portion of, the popu?
lation'which has Deon disfranchised on
account of participation in the rebellion
is counted in the ratio of apportionment,
will bo greatly bondit ted by the increase
of tho members of their Congressional
representation. This matter has already
boon referred to in our Washington cor?
respondence. The Northern States,
wherein tho franchise right is not impar?
tial,, wLU bo injured to a corresponding
extent by the' decrease of their repre?
sentatives. ? If, however, the fifteenth
amendment is adopted before tho census
is taken, only those States wherein there
is an impartial distinction on account of
property, educational or nativity qualifi?
cations, will Buffer. The amendment is
in reality nothing but a constitutional
enactment of the civil rights bill as ap?
plied to the right of suffrage. It is pos?
sible, therefore, for any Stato to disfran?
chise negroes or Chinamen who havo
become citizens on account of the lack
of i any qualification, if at tho same time
they disfranohiso whites for tho same
reason. It is said to bo quite probable
that the census committco will recom?
mend a decrease of tho ratio of repre?
sentation throughout tho entire country,
and a corresponding increase of the
number of representatives. Members of
Congress complain that tho amount of
labor devolved on them in caring for tho
interests of their constituents is too great
for one man to perform with promptness
or satisfaction to tho parties interested.
They proposo to lessen their labors by
decreasing the number of their constitu?
ent:). The Horse, however, is unwieldy
enough now as to numbers, and as tho
country enlarges it must become neces?
sary, ?is heretofore, to increase the con?
stituencies. If Congressmen decline to
become office-seeking agents for their
constituents, they will have less menial
work to do, and they can then attend to
their- proper business.
The ratification by Florida of the
fifteenth amendment of the Constitution
leaves but three more States to make
three-fourths of the thirty-seven States
which are necessary to render this
amendment a part of tho supreme law of
the land. Tho States of Rhode Island and
Vermont, which have yet to vote upon
it, will ratify it beyond doubt. Virginia,
Mississippi and Texas are required,
under the last reconstruction law, as a
condition precedent to restoration to
Congress, to ratify this amendment.
With tho re-usseinbHng of Congress in
December, what is called impartial snf- j
frage may be expected to be proclaimed
aa flxod in thc Constitution, and will be
sustained by the whole power of Con?
gress. Under this amendment, as is
well known, suffrage is extended to all
male citizens, abovie tho age of twenty
one years throughout the United States,
without distinction of race or color.
The politicians throughout the Northern
as well as the Southern States will have
to take this fact into their calculation.
In the latter, suffrage without regard to
race or color will be no innovation, as it
has been practically exercised for some
time, and has been submitted to by tho
Southern people quietly aud patiently,
as a part, of tho inevitable. Whilst it
would have boen better to havo left the
suffrage to be regulated by the States, as
prescribed by the present provisions of
tho Constitution, tho process adopted
would at least have been legitimate in
form, if coercion had not been applied to
certain States in the premises. It gives
to the Government a vantage ground of
apparent conformity with the Constitu?
tion, in euforciug submission, which
it could not have possessed under the
arbitrary measure proposed of decreeing
universal suffrage by congressional legis?
lation. At tho same time this conformity
is,, only apparent, both os respects tho
unreconstructed States, and (if the Vir?
ginia, Texas and Mississippi vote is es?
sential to the result,) even thoso which
are "in" the Union. The. former are
not left to their volition e\'e\) to voto on
the amendment, and an amendment in?
corporated in tho Constitution by their
compelled assent, which could not have
become a part of tho organic law if the
States had been permitted to speak
freely, is almost as arbitrary a proceed?
ing as direct legislation upon suffrage
by Congress. With #the amendment
adopted, however, by'whatever means,
ftnd put in force, ? a large addition
must be mado to tho rolls of voters in
what aro called tho border States.
. THE BLUE RIDGE RATIOIOAD COMPANY. '
Mr.- J. H. Jenks and Mr. William Gur?
ney bave been elected Directors of this
company, in the place of Mr. Charles T.
Lowndes and Mr. C. M. Forman, who
declined to serve.
We aro informed by gentlemen in the
confidenoo of the Board that tho pros?
pects of the road aro such os to warrant
tho belief that it will bo completed
throughout within a reasonabl? time.
I Charleston Neic3, 25th.
NEW YORK DIRECTORY.-The whole
number of names in the New York City
Directory, just issued, is 189,443, being
an increase of 3,692 over last year.
? Cli culi?.r.
To th? Qfficers of the, Bible Societies ami
others co-operating wtA the American
Bible Society in South Carolina.
DEAB BBETHREN: Per mit mo to direot
your attention to the ?ollowing important
instructions from the Secretaries of the
American Bible Society, Bible House,
Astor Place, New Yolk city:
"The Committee on Distribution have
instructed us to state, that hereafter, they
will expeot all applications for grants of
book* by auxiliaries, and so far as practi?
cable all others, to receive the endorse?
ment of the Agent from whose State the
requests aro made, together with full in?
formation of tho facts which enforce each
case. They aro especially d?sirons to
know the extent of destitution, the efforts
made by applicants to help themselves,
or to pay in part for books received from
onr Depository, or to contribute to tho
cause, the number and character of the
population to be supplied, and, in fine,
all that may assure the committee of the
propriety of these requests."
Persons needing Bibles and Testaments
for Sabbatli schools or distribution, must
apply to the officers of the Bible Society
in thc city or court-house town in tho
District where they resido; nud, if they
cannot bc supplied, the officers will please
request mo to procure books for their
society, to meet tho demand, from the
American Bible Society.
To meet tho demand for the word of
God iu this State, "the auxiliaries are
earnestly requested to iucreaso their
efforts to raise funds for gratuitous work,
and especially to forward, without un- i
necessary delay, all funds now in hand
or readily collected for books, or on dona-1
"The annual report of the American:
Biblo Society for May, 1SC?), announces j
that important plans nre now in hand j
for the enlargement of thc work of the
Society at home and abroad, for which
Providence has opened thc way, and tho
continued support of friends and patrons
is confidently expected."
Collections from pastors of churches,
and contributions of any amount for the
above from all friends of the Bible, will
be thankfully received and duly acknow?
Please address mo at Columbia, S. C., j
before the close of each month, and it
wil afford me pleasure to serve you.
Yours truly, E. A. BOLLES,
Agent American Bible Sec'y for S. C. |
COLUMBIA. S. C., June 8, 18G9. '
daughter of Senator Garrett Davis, was
run away with the other day in a Ken?
tucky stage-coach. Two men inside were
so frightened that they jumped out and
were nearly killed, hut Mrs. McGowan
restrained the othor passengers from
doing so, and when the ruuaway was at
last stopped, went forwarded and quieted
tho horses, aud bound up the wounds of
White Sulphur Springs,
Grccnbrier County, Went Virginia.
fTMIESE celebrated Springs, eo favorably
JL known for their valuable Alterative Waters,
charmine; summer climate, and as one of thc
most fashionable resorts in tho country, was
opened for company on tbe 15th of May, and
with the extensive "improvements that have
been made will be prepared tor the comfortable
accommodation of from 1,500 to 2,000 persons.
Tho WHITE SULPHUR is now the Western
terminus of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
and the cars of that road (in connection with
telegraphic facilities] will be running to tho
Springs by 1st July. No pains or expense have
or will bo spared to secure tho comfortable en?
tertainment. .*. all thc varieties of accommo?
dation, of ?he large number of visitors Unit
will resort o thc Springs the present season.
One of tho best Lawn and Ball Room Bauds
will be in attendance. An extensive Livery has
been provided, and suitable arrangements
made to facilitate every innocent and recrea?
tive amusement appropriate to a fashionable
WateringPlace. A number of Fancy and Mas?
querade Balls will bo given during the season.
Charges will bo $25 per week and ?'JD month;
children under 10 yoars of age and colored ser?
vants, half price; white servants, according to
PEYTON'S Ss CO.. Proprietors.
May 19 +13 White Sulphur Springs, Weat Va.
Bath County, Virginia.
THESE SPRINGS will be open for tho recep?
tion of Visitors on tho 1st of June, with
ample accommodations for SOO persons.
They are accessible hy thc Cheeapeake and
Ohio Railroad. Passengers leaving tho care at
Covington Depot arrive at thc Springs in four
hours, by comfortable stages, over a first-rate
turnpike road of oasy grade, passing in full
view of tho celebrated Falling Borings, and
ether picturesque mountain and water scenery.
The luxurious and invigorating effects of tho
Hot and Cold Baths are acknowledged by all
who have used them. Tho accommodations
and mamigemont are equal to those of any city
Pamphlets, descriptive of the virtues of tho
waters, ?ind attesting their wonderful curativo
proportion, cap be procured by application to
Messrs. Purcell, Laad k Co., Richmond; Rod?
well Sc, Son, Washington City; Coleman Sc Ro?
gers, Baltimore, Md.; Bullock A Crenshaw,
Philadelphia; J. H. Webb, New York; or from
the Agent at tho Springs.
Telegraph Office at tuc Springe.
Board per day, ?3; per week, $20; per month,
?75. M. H. HOUSTIN, Resident Physician.
DUNLOP, MONCURRA CO., )
HUGH W. FRY, - Proprietors.
A. T. STOKES, j
Maj 20112 JOHN L. EUBANK, Agent.
Estate of Mrs. Sarah Murphy.
NOTICE ls hereby given that, on tho 15th
day of July next, tho undersigned will ap?
ply to Hon. Wm. II. Wigg, Judgo of Probate,
for a final dischargo ns Executor o? the oatate
of Sarah Murphy, deceased.
June 1019_WM. MARTIN.
Mansion House, Greenville, S. C.
THE abovo long established, delightful
Hotel hag Just l,een placed in superior
order to accommodate guests during the sum- I
mer. 8. SWANDALE, Proprietor. I
IIOAV HOSTETTER'S BITTERS CURE
DYSPEPSIA-THE WHOLE ST?RY IN A
NUT-SHELL_Thc omeo of the stomach is to
convert the food into a creani-liko semi,(luid,
called oh.vme. Thu ia effected partly by thc
action of a solvent, called tho gastric juice,
which exudes from the coating of the stomach,
and partly by a mechanical movement of that
orgau, which churns, aa it were, the dissolving
aliment. Tho chyme passes from the stomach
into tho duodenum, or entrance to the bowels,
where it ia subjected to the. action of tho bile,
and the nutritious portion of it converted into
a thud called chyle, which oventually becomes
Now, it is evident that if tho great solvent,
thc gastric juice, is not produced in sufllclciit
?.plantitv, or if tho mechanical action of tho sto?
mach is not sufficiently brisk, tho first process
ot' digestion will bo but imperfectly performed.
It is also clear that if tho liver, which plays
such an important part in chauging the nou?
rishing portion of tho chyme into tho material
of the blood, ia congested, or in any unnatural
condition, tho second proccBB will not bo tho?
roughly accomplished. Tho result nf thc two
failures is dyspepsia,complicated with bilious
The mode in which HOSTETTER'S BIT?
TER'S operate in such cases ia this: They in?
vigorate thc cellular membrane of tho sto?
mach, which evolves the gastric juice, thereby
insuring an ample sufficiency of the Quid to
completely dissolve tho food. They also act
upon the "nerves of the stomach, causing an
acceleration of tho mechanical movement ne?
cessary to reduce thc foo<l to a homogenous
mass.. They alho act specifically upon the
liver, strengthening it, and eu enabling it to
produce an ample and regular supply of bile,
for the purpose of "converting the nutritious
particles of the chyme into chyle, and promote
the passage through tho bowels of tho useless
In this way, HOSTETTER'S RITTERS cure
dyspepsia and liver complaint. The explana?
tion is plain, simple, philosophical and une.
.lune 17 t'i
tftf-PHIIiOSOPIlY OF MAHHUGE.-A
Nr.w Counsu or LECTURES, as delivered at tho
New York Museum nf Anatomy, embracing tho
subjects: How to Livo and What to Live for; j
Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gene- ?
rally Reviewed; The Cause of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, Ac.
These lectures will be forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore j
Museum of Anatomy, 71 West Baltimore street,
HaltimorcOld._May ti 1 y
THE MARRIAGE RI3CL-Essays on the
Errors of Youth and Follies of Ago in regard
to Social Evils, with certain help for the erring
and unfortunate. Sent in sealed letter enve?
lopes, free of charge. Address HOWARD AS?
SOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Ta.
M av 22 -Imo
GROSS Wino Bottles, for salo hv
Feb li E. ?t G. D. HOPE.
Pocket Corn Sheller.
SHELLS G bushels of corn per hour. A smvll
boy can can uso thom. Any lady can use
them." Weight 1 pound. They supply a want
long needed. Will wear alwavs. Takes every
kernel off the cob. Price, ont" $2.
April 28 J. A t. It. AGNEW
fcC/_\RANGE" Brand HAMS, beet in market.
\J Turo Leaf Lard.
Fulton Market Beef, Scaled Herrings.
Piclile?l Salmon, Smoked Tongues, Ac.
For ?ale by_ __G^9- 8YMMER8.
Fire and Lite Insurance.
II. E. NICHOLS Ai CO.. AGENTS.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
REPRESENT OLD COMPANIES, with ag?
gregate accumulated Capitale, january 1,
18GU, of $22,379,174 00.
Aprilno BK TXSUI?ED._3mo_
Fresh Country and Mountain BUTTER,
Pink-Eve and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fino Goshen CHEESE, nt G. DIEKCKS,
Jan 23_At tho Sign of the Watch.
Butter ! Butter ! !
-I f \ TUBS CHOICE MAY BUTTER, i t 50
JLU cents por pound bv retail, just received
and for sale by J. * T. It. AGNEW.
COLUMBIA, Fi; C.
THE subscriber iaprepared to manufacture
fe TEAM ENGINES, Portable and Station?
ary, of from 1 to 2-r) hors./ power. MILLS and
MILL GEARING furnished at tho lowest price
and shortest notice All work guaranteed.
April 1 fimoj RICHARD TOZER.
Solace and Virginia Leaf.
e> GROSS SOLACE,
12 M Virginia Leaf- fre*h from the Fac?
tory, for sale at tho Ale and Layer Beer Depot.
April 20_JOHN O SEEGERS.
AFULL assortment on hand. MILL
STONES aDd IRONS, purchased at low
_FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER
JUST to hand: Rio, Laguavra, Java and
Choicest Japan, Hyeon and other TEAS,
Smoked Tongues,"Pickled Salmon, and all
thc thousand other thingB which go to make
up a Firet-Clasu Grocorv Store, for sale by
April 'J8_GEORGE SYMMKRS^
2=1. o s t a u r ant,
191 Main etrect, Columbia, S. C.
'asnoH gooTioj ara
Gibbes & Thomas, Beal Estate Agents,
OFFER their eorviccH to the public as GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Landa, and other property, on commission. No
charges until sales arc effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jau 19_WADE HAMPTON OIBRKS^
Billiard Tables for Sale.
.TWO fine BILLIARD TADLE S
Fin completo order. Marble and
.Slate Bedding, with Balls. Cues
and Counters included. Shar
A. Griffith's niako. Will bo sold low. Call at
Dec 13 G. DIERCK'S.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
OF ... .-j i.j.j., )
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $000,000.
DEPOSITS or n & UPWARDS RECEIVED.
?NTEREST at tho rato of Six per cent, per
nunum, (tho rate paid uv most Savings
Ranks is from Throe per cent, to Five percent,
only,) allowed on deposits, and payable in
January and July of each year, or added to
principal, and interest compounded, at option
of the depositor.
Principal and Iuterest, or any part thereof,
may be withdrawn at any time-tho Bank re?
serving the right to demand tho usual notice,
to wit: Fonrteen days if the amount is under
$1J)IK); twenty davs ii ovor il,uni) and under
?5.00U, or thirty days if ever $5,000. Tho of?
ficers may, however, in their discretion, and in
most instances will, pay without such notice.
In order to pay interest to donositors, tho
Bank must invest its funds; and the object of j
thc notice is to givo it time to realize, when
necessary, upon RB Investments. When do
sired, sp?cial interest bearing certificates will
I bc given, payable at a designated time.
The Capital ol' the Bank has becu paid in
and has been invested by the Directors in re?
March 1, 1SG9.
1 hereby certify that tho Citizens' Savings
Bank ol South Carolina have furnished mo
with satisfactory evidence that tho Capital of |
said Bank has been paid in,"ivs required hy?
the Act of incorporation, rat ?Qed February
(Signed) J. L. NEAGLE,
Com.nroller-Gencral S. C.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may hero dopot.it their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: l'arents desiring to set apart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for future use, arc hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their moans
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subj?cl to withdrawal when
Geu. Wade Hampton, President.
Col. John B. Palmer. Yice-Frcsident.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier,
Col. F. W. McMastcr, Col. B. H. Futlodg?,
Mosers. Fair, Pope St Pope.
Gen. TY ado Hampton, Columbia.
Col. F. W. McMastcr, Columbia.
Cot. A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
Col. J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
Col. J. B. Palmer, Columbia.
. Thomas E. Gregg, Esq., Columbia.
Dr. E. H. Hoitiiteli, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Esq., Marion.
G. T. Scott, Esq., Newberry.
\V. G. Mayes, Esq., Newberry.
Col. B. H. Rutledge, Charlcuton.
Daniel Ravenel, Jr., Esq., Charleston.
John B. Palmer, J. P. Thomas.
G. T. Scott, A. C. Haskell,
J. Eli Gregg.
[Extrae's from Ey-Lairs owl Crnarter.\
The Finance Committee shall have power to
examine the officers, books and papers of said
Bank, and to verify the atatemeuta of said of?
ficers and said books and papers, by taking an
inventory of the assets and liabilities of thc
Bank; and the said Committee bb KU make at
least quarterly reports of tho results of their
investigation to the Board of Directors. *
* * The Cashier shall, on each Tues?
day, report, in writing, to the President the
business transacted of the foregoing week.
' . * * And he shall exhibit, at the
regular meetings of tho Directors, the Bank's
book or books, and have prepared, from hi
books, a complote balance sheet, together
with a statement showing his receipts and ex?
penditures. * .* * Tho Cashier,
Assistant CasLiers and Tellers shall bo re?
quired to give satisfactory bonds for thc faith?
ful performance of their respective duties;
and said bunds, before their acceptance by the
President, must bo approved by ono of the
Solicitors of tho Lank, and by" the Finance
Committee. ? * . * No Director or
officer of said corporation shall borrow or uso
any portion of tho funds thereof; bo surety
for loaus to others, or in any manner, directly
or indirectly, bo an obligor for mouey bor?
rowed of or loaned by the corporation. * *
* * No loan of money shall be made
hy said corporation to any stockholder owning
more than four sharea therein. Julv 20
jgtVEP.YBODY who has lu-c for a PUMP
MORRELL S FIRE ENGINE.
DEEP WELL, and
Send for a circular.
POOLE Si HUNT
Jan 13 Ono_Baltimore, Maryland.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Cabinet Furniture, &c.
Warerooms Main st., South of M'asta'ngton.
IN addition to the usual full
Jsupply of Honee Furnishing
Goods in his line, is in receipt
of a lino or PARLOR AND BED-ROOM FURNI?
TURE, which lu style and elegance of finish, as
well HS cheapness and durability, cannot be
surpassed in any raark?t Scuth of Baltimore.
Call aud examine for yourselves. Orders foi
FUNERALS, either in country or city, will bo
attended to promptly. Furniture made to
order. Particular attention given to Repair,
ina;. Packing and Jobbing. May 9
Pipes ! Pipes ! !
?id DOZ. Assorted Brier Root, with Metal
20 Doz. do., with Maer^obaum Lining,
1 Gross Cane Pipes. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
f?f}/^ BUSHELS COW PEAS for salo low
\3v_/v/ in quantities of twentv bushels or
more. E. G. D. HOPE.
Laud and City Property for Bale.,
14 FI HST CLASS CITY RESIDENCI?, 8 to
. 12 Rooms, .
2. 7 21 Class City Hcidoncrs, 0 to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 3.1 Class " " 3 to fi ??
i. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main Btrect, ?
5. 10 . " Lots, in otlier parts of tho city,
C. 3 Largo Lots iu Waverley,
I 7. M Tracts Land, within 3 miles or Columom,
from ten acrCB to 1,000,
8. The Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 ncros,
'J. 2,4?2.2 acres, near Kingsville, one ot tho beat
cotton and etock plantations in the country,
10. !) Other Plantations in Richland-some ot
them very desirable,
11. 10,000 acres in Edgofleld-several tracts,
19. Mill and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
14. 2,500 acres Farming Lands in Fairfield,
15. 1,700 acres near Green viii Court House,
10.6,000 " in LaurenB-several tracts,
17. 2,000 " in Kershaw,
IS. 1,000 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
10. 210 M in York-rich in cold,
20. 7 Fino Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purchase or sell property |
will find it to their interest to consult us. Wo
have correspondents in Now York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, to which pointe wo constantly
send descriptivo lists of property for salo.
March 6 GIBBES A THOMAS.
THE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COM?
PANY will insure ?1,000, at tho following
lt 30- 16.65.
" 35- 10.40.
.< 40- 23.30.
" 45- 2*.S5.
50- 30. C5.
All other companies charge 40 to 50 per cent,
moro. Before yon insure, examine for your?
selves. E. H. HEINITSH,
Fob 27 Agent for South Carolina.
DRUG S, AND CHEM IC ALS.
FISHER &? HE I NITS II,
OFFER FOR SALE a LARGE STOCK of
choice Drugs, Chemicals and Sundries, at
Low Prices, at Wholesalo and Rotail,
CALOMEL, MORPHIA, CASTOR OIL.
QUININE, OPIUM, EPSOM SALTS.
SUP. CARB. SODA, BLUE STONE.
TURPENTINE. KEROSENE OIL.
PATENT MEDICINES, ALCOHOL.
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, nnd
wholesale agents for HEINITSH \
I promptly ami faithfully attunded to.
The Beneficent Institution ot' Life In?
surance should not be Degraded
* . by Appeals to Sectional
. . . -ir--o
Insure ia the Company whoso AGE guarantees
Whoso Strength gives nioet Security.
Whoso Dividends make your Policy Cheapest.
Whoseplaus offer you tho greatest advantages.
Tito old .F.TNA LIFE, of Hartford, was
chartered in 1820,
Her accumulated Capital is now over $12,
Her plans or Insurance offer the assured
greater advantages than any others we have
PLEASE EXAMINE THEM.
H. E. NICHOLS S CO.,
May 30 Imo Oen'l Ag'ts, Colombia, 8. C.
FIRE AND LIFE
No. 2 "Columbia Hotel" Building,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
iEtna Fire Insurance Company,
Merchants' Fire Insurance Ccrapany,
North American Fire Insurance Comp'y,
Fire Insurance and Savings Company,
/'?-Rr.rnxsi?XTiso A CAJ-ITAL OF t7,G00,0C0!"\L"?
Arlington Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Leading Lite Icturance Company of the South.
All claims for IOPHCB adjnsted and paid at
this office. GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
May 18_12m o
Bacon and Flour.
?T?f\ f\f\f\ LBS. Prime BACON SIDES.
a\J?\J\J\J 200 bbls. FLOUR, at 18 to f 14
per Barrel. For Pale by E. ?fe G. P. HOPE.
GUARANTEED correct, at manufacturers'
pricen and freight, bv
FISHER, LOWRANCE & FISHER.
ORGANIZED 1808. FO?R LARGE SHOWS IS ORB, QUADRUPLED I860.
-<} A COLOSSAL AG-C^REG-ATION"
mr; i m?
ty. .'- 3\TA.T?"tJ3=L3S3'?S
-\-p2 ^ 3^ew Orleans Circus & [Menagerie.
l\\ V^ySi'-^ Tl;c onlv organization ot tho kind extant, projected and equipped
IV'J^^V w-??- Southern capital, managed and directed Ly Southern men, and
Wv.*~-Jb *^ lt" perambuUtione ct ulindi tn Southern States, and by far the moat
^f^TJ ' elegant, attractive and satisfactory exhibici?n now traveling,
fiCS&>S? COL. C. T. AMES. Proprietor.
V/X^-^i, 3 Doc. CHAM DLRS.Bueiueee Manager.
; fV^S *V,5 CAPT. J. !.. BREESE.Treasurer**
;. ' ^S?*^'* The entire combination will exhibit 81 1
j C / \ '. Columbia, Monday, June 28, at 2 and 7 P. M|
r^TS?.' " Iutroduciug :. fj.rics ol entertainments pre-emii..eully beautiful, novoflj
^' aru? intel eating, enected by
SS^te, j A SCORE OF BEAUTIFUL LADIES. j
M^?^C'."^ i Thc raoit fr.schu.tiug, accomplished and elegant in the Arenle Pro*
IP^^V?\ ' freston.
f rV, ] A LEGION OF MALE ARTISTS.
MW^L.^ \ They havofew equalb and no superiors hi phasoa of daring and agility.
\'^C^Y\? \ A DL? ?P VLOS TAMERS.
\<u\' [<? ( Male and femalo, the personification of miraculous and incompreben
1ir ? siblo courage and fortitude.
jj A MOST EXTENSIVE MENAGERIE.
*a[?jr '"^89* j Of raro Wild Beasts of nearly ererv known species, and of every geo
Tr^ Lf^' ? graphical range from the Frigid to tho Torrid Zonea.
JA^A^ i *- HBItD OP TRAINED MORSES.
jtr4-. Schooled almobt to thc point of rationality. Miracles of equino ac?
i\ - .laVi* compHshmentB,
\\e^& Clowns, Musicians and Comedians,
fy v \<Jg Brimful of rich humor, ravishing harmony and accoptablo facetia
?w y together with all tho necessary adjuncts to render it the largest. mosi
ViHb-i/' complete and rationally interesting amusement combination befort
??Ailfl^FV' 7 the public.
THE GRAND STREET PROCESSION
2?S7 .} Will eclipse in gorgeous displav, extent and novel features, amone
7v?\, |! which wiU be tho TURNING LO?SE LIONS, BENGAL TIGERS an<
?I \ j LEOPARDS, anything of the kind ever before witnossed.
\ il For description soc Company publications. June 13 6