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rnu.isnED DAILY AND THI-WEEKLY
EVERT WEDNESDAY M0BNINO.
?Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
ED?TOB AND PBOPBIETOB.
Office on Main Street, above Taylor.
Co-Hook and Job Printing of ovory dotcrip
tion promptly and faithfully attended to.
Inserted in tho Daily at 75 cents por squ&ro
for tho first and 60 cents each subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by tho week,
month or year, at roasonablo rates.
Dailv, six months, $4 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 5(;
Weekly, 1 50. _
Tile Drunkard's Dream.
Tho drunkard droamed of his old retreat,
Of his easy placo in tho tap-room scat;
And the liquor gleamed in his gloating eye,
Till Iii? lips to tho sparkling glass drow nigh
As ho lifted it up with an eager glauco,
And laughed as he saw tho bubbles da .ice.
"Ainsi lam myself again!
nero's a truco to caro, an adieu to pain;
Welcomo tho cup with its creamy foam!
Farewell to work and mopv home!
With a jolly crow and flowing bowl,
In bar-room pleasures I love to rolll"
Liko a ihibh thoro carno to tho drunkard's
His angel child, who that night had died!
With a look BO gent?o, and sweet, and fond,
She touched tho glass with her little wand;
And oft SB ho raised it up to drink
She softly touched on its silent brink,
'Till tho drunkard shook from foot to crown
And sot the untasted goblet downl
"Hey, man," cried tho boat, "what mcancth
thia? I .
Ia tho covey sick? or tho dram amias?
Cheer np, my lad, quick tho bumper quaff,"
And he glared around with a fiendish laugh.
Tb. druukard raiacd bis glass once more,
And looked at its depths as oft before;
Dut startod to eco on ita pictured foam
Tho face of hia dead little child at home!
Then again tho landlord at him sneered,
And tho swaggering crowd of drunkards
Dut still, as he tried thc glass to drink,
Tho wand of bia dead ono touched tho brink..
The landlord gasped, "I swear, my man,
Thou shalt tako every drop of thia flowing
Tho drunkard bowed to tho quivering brim,
Though bia heart beat fast and his oyo grow
But tho wand struck harder than ever before,
Tho ghisa waa flung on tho bar-room floor;
All around tho ring tho fragments lay,
But tho poisonous current rolled away.
Thc drunkard awoko. His droam waa gone,
His bcd waa bathed in the light of morn,
But ho saw, aa ho shook with a palo cold fear,
A beautiful angel hovering near.
He roBC-and that seraph waa nigh him still;
.' ' checked bia paeaion, it awayed bis will,
1* dashed from his line the maddening bowl,
And victory gavo to bia ransomed soul.
Since over that mid-night hour he dreamed
Our hero haa been a man redeemed,
And thia ia tho prayer ho prays alway,
And this ia the prayer let na holp bim pray;
Thal angela maj como in overy land,
To dash tho cup from tho drunkard's hand.
An Unlucky Bath.
In a certain neighborhood of our
parish there resides nn intelligent young
gentleman of prepossessing appearance
and agreeable manners, who, not many
months ago, became smitten by the
charms of the blooming daughter of a
near neighbor, a well-to-do farmer, and
after several weeks of unrelenting atten?
tion, succeeded in touching a responsive
chord in the susceptible heart of the
fair damsel, and gained her blushing
consent to become bis wife. So far, BO
good, and had it not been for nu un?
fortunate incident, the same might have
been said of them that has been said of
thousands of other foolish boys and
girls, namely, they met, courted, and
wore married. But au adverso fate had
ordered otherwise, and our boro was
destined only too soon to have his cup
of bliss changed into tho bitterness of
gall and wormwood. As soon as their
engagement bad received the sanction
of the old folks, preparations were made
on an extensive scale to have tho nup?
tial ceremonies, and tho festivities at?
tendant thereupon, conducted in a style
in keeping with their elevated position
in socioty. Time passed on apaco with
tho happy pair, and tho eventful morn
that was to witness tho happy consumma?
tion of their fondest hopes drew nigh,
when, alasl the unfortunate incident
occurred that put an end to their
pleasant dreams and delightful anticipa?
tions. Ono afternoon, only a few days
before tho auspicious hour, our youug
friend concluded that he would enjoy a
refreshing bath in a creek that ran
within a short distance of his homo.
Acting upon the thought, he wended his
way to where a large magnolia stood
near tho bank of the pellucid stream,
and divesting himself of his clothing,
was soon disporting in the limpid waters.
Suddenly a sound broke upon his ear.
Hark, 'twas the ripple, not of the water,
but of a silvery laugh, and peering cau?
tiously above the bank, what was his
horror to soo his fair inamorata, accom?
panied by a female friend, not moro than
a hundred yards distant, and slowly ap?
proaching tho spot where ho stood, "in
all his naked loveliness revealed." Hero
was a predicament, indeed 1 If he re?
mained whero he was, tho young ladies
would be sure to see him, and if ho
sought safety 'in flight, it waa equally
impossible for him to oscapo detection.
Whatshouldho do? Ah, happy thought! i
there was a tree, and if ho could only 1
manago to climb that unobservod,
he might secreto himself among tho I
No sooner said than doue, and being
careful to keep the body of tho treo bo- ,
tween himself and tho girls, our young ,
friend, in less time than it takes to write
it, was snugly stowed away in the top of
tho tree, and waiting very impatiently
for the young ladies to go by. Unfortu?
nately, however, in the hurry and exoite
mcnt of tho moment, ho forgot his
clothes, which, lying on the bank, at?
tracted tho attention of tho girls, and
with tho proverbial curiosity of their
sex, thoy must needs como nearer to soe
if thoy could not unravel tho scemiug
mystery. Appronchiug thc foot of tho
tree, they soon discovered what tho mys?
terious bundle was, and became lost in
conjectures ns to how a man's clothing
without tho man should happen to be in
that sequestered Spot. 'They gave free
play to their imaginations and their
tongues, and not a few were the jokes
and laughs in which they indulged while
submitting the garment to a critical ex?
amination. Matters, however did not
look so funny to our "man up tue tree,"
and fearful of being discovered, he re?
solved to change his baso and secure a
better position. In doing this, he inad?
vertently threw his wholo weight on n
dead limb, and, in the twinkling of an
eye, down he came with a thundering
crash, and lay sprawling on his back,
right between the startled girls. There
wero two piercing shrieks, a smothered
oath, and hastily picking himself up, the
poor fellow fled with all possiblo speed
in one direction, while tho young ladies
were equally as nimbin in getting awny
from so dreadful n sight in another. Re?
turning after the coast was clear, our
hero resumed his clothing, and straight?
way went homo, where, shortly after, a
note was handed him from his fiancee,
declaring their engagement to bo at an
end. If any of our readers aro spoiling
for a fight, they can bo easily accommo?
dated by asking that young gentleman to
go bathing.-Baton Rouge Comet.
TO encourage tho consumption of tho genu?
ino unadulterated CALIFORNIA. CHAM?
PAGNES, wo havo reduced the prices of tho
snmo to tho following low prices for cash only,
Quarts, per Caso of 1 Dozen, $13.00.
Pints, per Caso of 2 Dozen, 14.00.
Sparkling Angelica, per caee of 2
Dozen, Pints, 11.00.
Sparkling Catawba, per case of 2
Dozen, Pints, 14 00.
Together with a full acsortmcnt of Choice
Ryo whiskies, Genuino Otard Brandies, Old
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines, Holland Gin,
Bum, and Rectified Liquors, winch aro con?
stantly on hand and for sale at low figures, by
July* t)_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Exchange House Ear and Restaurant.
OPEN at all boure-where you can alwavs
find tho best of WINES, ALES, LIQUORS,
CIGARS, Ac. Fresh Lager Beer on ice.
To the Traveling Public.
IF you want a Fine, Large, Airy ROOM,
Btop at tho EXCHANGE HOUSE, on Main
street, where you can get a good Meal at thc
regular timo. If you aro busy and not there
at Meal times, you can order it when you
como, without extra charge.
. RATES, per day, $2.50; per week, less.
Stables on thc premises.
PAYSINGER A FRANKLIN,
May 8 Proprietors.
"The Carolina House."
THIS HOUSE has always enjoyed the r?pu?
tation of hoing the best placo in tho city
for obtaining tho coolest and most delicious
mixed drinks. Tho new brand ot Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something out of thc
ordinary run. Call and see me, on Washing?
ton street. RICHARD BARRY,
April 7 Proprietor.
"THE LIFE IS THE BLOOD."
FROM it wo derive our strength, beauty and
mental capabilities. It is the centro of
our hoing, around which revolves all that
makes cxistenco happy. When this source is
corrupted, tho painful effects aro visible in
many shapes, prominent among which is
This is a taint or infection of the human
organism, and probably no ono is wholly free
from it. lt exhibits itself in various shapes
as Ulcers and Sores, Decayed Bones, Diseased
Scalp, Soro Eyes, Weak and Disoascd Jointe,
St. Vitus* Dance, Foul Discharges from tho
Nostrils, Eruptions, Glandular Swellings,
Throat Affections, Rheumatism, Heart Affec?
tions, Nervous Disorders, Barrenness, Disor?
ders of tho Womb, Dropsy, Syphilitic Affec?
tions, Liver Complaint, Salt Rheum, Dyspep?
sia, Neuralgia, Loss of Manhood and General
It has been the custom to treat tbceo di?
seases with Mercury and other Mineral sub
Btancos, which, though sometimes producing
a euro, often provo injurions, and entail mise?
ry in after life. Tho long known injurious
properties of theso so-called alteratives and
purifiers has led tho philanthropical man of
science to explore the arena of nature, tho re?
sult of which has been tho discovery of vegc
tablo products which posses tho power of
eradicating tbceo taints from thc Blood.
Ia a bleesing. Try it fairly, and your nerves
will be restored to their "wonted vigor, and
your dejected countenance be made radiant
with tho consciousness of
Being freo from violent min?rale, it ia
adapted to general use. The old and young
may uso it; the most delicato femalo at any
time may tako it: thc tender infant, who may
have inhorited disease, will be cured by it.
For Purifying the Blood,
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA
Whon used in tho Spring, it removes all
humors which infest tho system, and ba?
nishes tho languor and debility peculiar to
that soasen of tho year.
It acts promptly on the
L.IVE11 A*D KIDNEYS,
Producing a healthy action of tho important
organs by which all tho impurities of the sys?
tem are carried oft", and tho result is
For Diseases product tl by thc linc of
Mercury, omi for S y pli ilin, wit li it? train
af evil?, tills Compound is tile only sure
To tho poor creature, enfeebled in mind and
body, by secret practices, whoso nerves are
unstrung, and countenance down-cast,
Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Is tho acknowledged antidote to all blood
Diseases. By its uso the afflictions abovo
enumerated can bo permanently banished,
Source-the Centre of Life-the Blood,
bo maintained in all ?B puritv and vigor.
A Clear Skin, Good Appetite,'Buoyant Spirits.
WM. H. TUTT & LAND,
And told by Druggists everywhere.
April l l Gmo
?3- f Largest and most compl?tai "?JG
p?-ff j Manumctorr of Doors, Saslies, I "wo
*s- J Blinds, Mouldings, Seo., in tho J "Sa
[Southern State?. J -5^
Printed Price Lisi dixies cowpe"it inn.
Send for one. Kent fro?.-on application.
Amil 8 fly
Sjjaw's Cotton Seed Huller.
BRODIE & CO., A gr nis.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
April 3 CHARLESTON, S. C. _fly
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
THIS elegant and commodious HOUSE hav?
ing been renovated and newly furnished
throughout, is second to none in tho South.
Nov 13_J. DARKER. Proprietor.
* GREAT FAIR
SOL'TIl CAR0L?M INSTITUTE,
XOYEMU EH 1, 1670,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J93~ Most liberal Premiums offered in every
department of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
Frcmium Liet published in Pamphlet. Form.
July 1 3mo
New York Advertisements.
JABIES CONNER'S SONS
Type and Electrotype Foundry
Ko?. 28, 30,32 Cf ?ire Street, ito tc York.
ALARGE Assortait nt ot English and Ger?
man faces, both Plain and Ornamental,
kept on band. All type cast at this establish?
ment is manufactured from thc metal known
aB Conner's unequaled HARD TYPE METAL.
Every article neceatary for a perfect print?
ing ofhee furnished.
The type on wkicb this paper ie printed, is
from the abovo Foundry. March 30 (imo
EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
Successor to Fisher <? Ifeinitsh.
Druggist and Apothecary,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
? THE subscriber, having purchased the
? ? A interest of Dr. John Fisher, desires to
?>J\w>)annonnce that ho will continue tho
DRUG BUSINESS, at tho old stand, .md as
sumo tho entire management, assisted by Mr.
Huon ROLAND WILTBERGEB, a son of tho late
Dr. J. R. Wiltbergcr, of Charleston, a young
man, correct and reliable, and of promising
ability in his profession. To thc friends and
patrons of the 'old linn, to whom the sub?
scriber feels under obligations for favors
shown, he returns bia .ickuowledgmenls and
In taking charge of tlio business, he assures
his frieuds and tho public that no effort will
bc spared, on bis part, to sustain tho high
character and well-known reputation of too
old house By assiduous and nnrcmitted at
attention, personal supervision in tho com?
pounding of m?dicinea and tho preparation of
Physician's prescriptions, he hopes to secure
a continuance of those favors hitherto 1
liberally und generously bestowed.
E. H. HEINITSH,
July 1_Druggist and Apothecary.
In AVE just received the following list of
choice WINES, comprising the linest Euro
ftean bramlB. Thia in, without doubt, tho
argest and host aseortmcnt ever offered in
CLARETS.-Brandenburg Freres' Medoe,
St. Julien. Margaux, Pontet Canot, LaRose,
Chateau LaRoso, Grand Vin Latour, 185d;
Margaux, 1858; l.aFittc. 1858.
HOCKS AND SAUTEHN ES.-Lanbcn
hcimer, Neersteimcr, Hockheimer, Marco
bruner, Budcsheimcr, Haut Sautcinc, Haut
CHAMPAGNES-Moot & Chandon's Ver
zenay. Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Green
Seal." Bruch. Poocher A Co.'s Lac D'Or, Carte
D'Or, Sparkling Moselle.
SH Ell RI ES.-All Grades, from house of
Wisdom ii Warter, Xeros do La Frontera, in?
cluding some very choice "AMONTILLADO,"
worihv tlio attention ot connoisenrs.
May 15_" GEORGE SYMMERS.
THREE months from date, application will
be made to the Columbia Bridge Compa?
ny for renewal of Scrip No.-, for forty
seven and a half Share? in said Company,
standing in the name ol Ur. Thomas Wells
the original having been lost in transmission
by mail. C. IL BALDWIN, Attorney.
Fine Gold Watches
GF all de8criplinns, for Ladies
and Gentlemen, for salo at
Ono door North of Messrs.
Scott A Williams' Banking House. Dec lo
SOME dealers in this city have been in clonbt
that I could hold ont supplying thom with
I3eer this summer. I now inform thc public
that I havo a large supply of old Lager Boer
MI hand, which I put against any Beer brought
'rom tho North, or even imported from Ger
nany, as to purity and strength. I am road)'
io test it by the Beer scale.
A11K 20 JOnN C. SEEGERS
Law Books on tho New Code.
\ LSO, a Variety of NEW LAW BOOKS
i\_ Acts of L?gislature. Ac, for salo by
April 20 RR YAN' A Mi CARTER.
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Age.
INVIGORA TIEG PROPERTIES.
S - ,"P i, LIPPMANN great
X/fRADE MAI, GERMAN BITT
,f / n ( EUS is prepared
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ pr?par?t iou that
JEN?L I im?$b> ATA. *wft8 used in Ger
?^J^aWi'Hr?ran^fl ' many upwards of
f&J/f ^?M^f?^S?L'!y ^~^ a century ago; to
\Kld^BMv*He^^w'k ^"^ *8 household
' ^???^P'M/A . ??VTiy' remedy of Germa
^.^^x " sS^v P^~>, ny, recommended
'?^v^v^^^^ *" * ?y motit emi
v^TiX "<P-?? . n?nt physicians.
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of thc purest alcoholic essence of
Gorrunny'si favorite beverage, impregnated
with the juices and extracts of rare herbs,
roots and barks; all of which combined make
it ono of tho best and surest preparations for
tho cure of
Dyspepsia, LOBB of Tone in thc Stomach and
Digestive Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constipation,Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and UR II
PJiEVEXTl VE IOU CH ILLS AND FE VEE
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS tho best tonic known for thc diseases to
which they aro generally subject, and where a
gent?o stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March IG, 1S70.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman ti Ero., Savannah.
Ga.-GENTS: I have before mo your esteemed
letter of tho 14th inst., containing various
documents relative to your "Gorman Bitters."
After a careful examination I must confess
that your Bitters is really what you represent
it to be, an old German recipo of Dr- Mitch
erlicb, of Berlin, Prussia. It wi!' rio doubt bo
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventivo of
chills and fever. I lind it to bc a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. V. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MILLS, GA., March 22,1670.
Mesar?. Jocoi> Lippman ? Dre, Druggists,
Savannah, Ga.-GENTLEMEN: I have intro?
duced your Great German Bitters hero to my
customers and friends, and I lind better salo
for it than any I have ever kept before. Those
who have tried it approve of it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in saying that it is far
superior in value to any other Bitters now in
usc. Yours, respectfully,
(Signed) * W. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER &
MCGREGOR S, Druggists.
Wholesale Agents for tho State of South
Carolina--DOWIE, MOISE A; DAVIS, HENRY
BISCHOFF & CO.. GLAC?UH Ss WITTE.
STEFFENS, WERNER & DUCKER, Charles?
ton, S. C. June21v||J
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITS OF $1 & UPWARDS RECEIVED.
INTEREST ALLO WED A T TUE HA TE O
SEVEN DER CENT. DER ANA UM,
ON O'ER TI El OA 1 ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTHS ON A CCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
T??,u S" f Vico-Preeideuta.
John P. Thouiae, (
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wado Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. McMaster. Columbia
A. C. Haskel), Columbia.
J. P. Thomas. Columbia.
E. H. Heinituh, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg. Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. ll. Rutledge, Charleston.
Dnniel Ravcncl, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerl;s, Widowe, Or
pliana and others may hero deposit their e>av
:.igs and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they requiro them for business or other pur?
poses: l'arente desiring to eet npart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minora (whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in ca60 of death, hy
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for futnro use. aro hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where tlftTy will rapidly accumulate, and, at
lho8amo time, bo subject to withdrawal when
ROBERT WOOD & CO.,
F II ILA DELPHI A
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
/""i ARDEN and Cemetery adornments, Cast,
VDT Wrought Iron and Wiro Railings, Fount?
ains, Vases, Verandas, Scttece, Arbors, Chairs,
Spiral ami straight, in every variety of pat?
tern. New mid improved styles of Hay Backs,
Mangers, Stablo Fixtures, Stall Divisions, Ac.
PATENT WIRE WORK.
Railings, Storo Fronts, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Fencing, Ac.
Having fitted np our Foundry with special
rofe renee to tho above class ot work, wo aro
now prepared to fill with promptness all or?
ders for Brouzo Caetiugs of Statuary, coloseal,
heroic, ami life size.
ORNAMENTAL IRON GOODS.
The largest assortment to bo found in tho
United States, all of which aro execnted with
the express view of pleasing tho tnste, whi:
they combino all tho requisites of bounty ... ..
Purchasers may rclv on having all articles
carefully boxed and shipped to the plr.co of
Designs will bo sent to 'tboso who wish to
make a selection, April ll Gm
LIFE AND TONTINE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF TUE SOUTH,
SO. ?0 BROAD STREET CHARLESTON', S. C.
WM. McBUUNEY, President. GEORGE E. DOGOS, Secretary.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Yico-Prea. aud Actuary. JOHN T. DARBY, M. D., Medical Adviser.
J. P. GILMER, Yiec-P., resident in Georgia. AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, Vice-Prcsident, rosi- I JAMES CONNER, Counsel,
dent in Nortb"Uaroliua.
William McBurney, J. Eli Gregg, Johu B. Palmer, Henrv Bischoff,
William C. Bee, J. Harvey Wilson, R. O'Ncale, Jr., Wm. G. Whildeu.
Robert Mure, E. Nyo Hutchison, John T. Darby, M. D., A. S. Johnson,
Andrew Sinmnds, Z.B.Vance, Wm. M. Shannon, George H. Moffett,
John R. Dukes, M. MeRac, D. Wyatt Aiken, James Conner,
Geo. W. Williams, J. E. Gilmer, Giles J. Patterson, Georgo E. Boggs,
James R. Pringle, William Duncan, Rev. James P. Royce, John H. Devereux,
Lewis D. Mowry, Johu Screven, Robt. L. McCaughrin, E. P. Alexander,
Wm. K. Byan, Johu L. Hardee, George H. McMaster, E.J.Scott.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Comptroller-General for protection ol' Pedi
tf More than ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied for!
This Company, having complied with all tho conditions of its Charter, is now prepared te
issuo tho usual forms of Life and Endowment Policies on tho cash system.
CASH PREMIUMS ! CASH DIVIDENDS ! CASH POLICIES!
All Policies non-forfeitable after the payment of ONE Annual Premium.
r.'iid-up Policies issued on surrender of thc original for an equitable amount.
Purely MUTUAL 1 No Stockholders 1 All Profits DIVIDED among tho Policy-Holdere.
Dividends declared annually.
Dividends onco declared aro non-forleitable, and may be used to reduce thc Premium, to
increase tho amount of Assurance, or to make the folley self-sustaining. Dividends left with
tho Company, however applied, may bo used, in caso of need, to pay Premiums.
lnve'itniens conlineel by Charter to the most solid and reliable Securities.
Ai" Patronize tho onlv Life Assurance in the State, .-.nd keep vouv .MONEY AT HOME.
July 10 3mo
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
General Office al Macon, Georgia.
Capital S O O O , O O O -
OF which $100,000 is deposited, as required by tho charter, with Statoauthoritie-s of Georgia,
and $50,000 in South Carolina, under Act of Legislature, for security of policy-holders.
Tho business of this strictly Southern and esr GOLD POLICIES will be issued to (hose
Homo Company is confinctl by law to legiti- preferring theni.
mate Life Iusuranco alone. POLICIES ISSUED Ample provieion AGAINST FOIIKEITURE of PO?
ON ALI. TUE APPROVED MUTUAL PLANS. The licios in tuc expressed terms of the contract;
Company has also added tho Tontine System and rights of Policy-holders clearly defiued in
(of elividonds) to its other plans. (See Ma- Policies. ANNCITIE8, with participation in
nual.) Profits, granted. The Company will always
Ninety per cent, of profits on tho Mutual purchase its Policios at their cash value when
business divided annually among all tho Mu- dosircd. We eilYer the people of thoState same
tual Policy-holders, without exception. One- ; financial security as Northern Mutual Conipa
third LOAN ON PREMIUMS given when ' nies, the accumulating premiums of the in
desired-tho interest to he provided tor by tho 1 sured, ami in addition thereto, a Capital
Company out of the Dividends. Notes for I commencing with f?OO.OOO.
Premium Loans not required. A'on-participa!- ' This State represented in tho management
ing Policies granted at greatly reduced rahs. at Macon by South Carolina Stockholders.
Wo, tho undersigned, harina examined the Charlo- and Prospectus of the "Cotton Stall s" I
Life Insurance Company, Parent Oftice. Macon, Ga., do cheerfully recommend it to the people !
of North and South Carolina aa a reliable Southern Institution. Mutual in its working, and ?
strictly confined to tho business of Life Insurance, with a guaranteed capital ample for safety;
and *$ 100,000 securely invested (to accord with thc requirements of the Charter) for thc
security of policy holders.
Signed'by COL. WM. JOHNSTON, President C., C. and A. Railroad, Charlotte, N. C.
GEN. JOHN A. YOUNG, President Rock Island Factory, "
Ex-Ge'V. Z. li. VANCE, Attorney-at-Law. "
COL. T. II. BREM and JosEPU H. WILSON, Attoinev-at Law, "
GEN. WADI: HAMPTON, JOHN W. PARKER, M. D , Columbia, S. C.
JosErn D. POPE, Attornoy-at-Law,
COL. A. C. HASKELL, Attorncy-at-Law, C. D. MELTON, "
W. F. Dr.NAr&SHRE, A N. TALLEY, M. D., Prof. S. C. University, Columbia.
COL.-I. G? GilUiEs, Factor and Commission Merchant, "
SLASHING A RICHARDSON, Attorneys-at-Law, Sumter, S. C.
A. A. Ol LUE KT, Editor ll atchnian, "
H. P. HAMMETT, Ex-l'risidcnt G. & C. Railroad, Greenville, S. C.
COL. JAS. II. ItioN, W. R. RonERTHON, Winnsboro, S. C.
< GENS. M. C. Urri.KR and R. G. M. DLN.NOVANT, Edgeileld, S. C.
A. P. ALDRICH, Barnwell, S. C. GI N. W. W. HAULLEE, Marion, S. C.
GEO. A. THUNHOLM A- SON, Charleston, S. C.
GEN. E. M. LAW, Yorkville. R. D. ROYD, Presiden! Rank, Newberry, S. C. j
J. A. INGLIS, Marvland University, formerly of South Carolina.
GEN. ROIIERT TOOMRM, Georgia. " JOHN P. KING, Augusta, Ga., and others.
OFFICERS AT MACON, GEORGIA- William B. Johnston, President; Wm. 8. Holt, Vicc-rresident ;
Ocorgo S. Obear, Secretary; John W. Burke, General Agent; C. F. McCay, Actuary ; W. J. I
McGill, Superintendent ol Agencies; James Mercer Green, Medical Examiner.
ADVISORY BOARD OF POLICY-HOLDERS, NORTH AND 8OTJTH CAROLINA.- Gen. Richard H. Ander?
son, Sumter, President ; Col. James H. Rion, Winnsboro; Ced. Wm. Wallace, Columbia; Dr.
Bamtiol W. Bookhart, Fairfield; Col. James Farrow, Spnrtanbnrg; Col. B. W. Ball, Laurens;
R. I). Boyd, President Rank, Newberry: Co). Janies G. Gibbes, Columbia; Capt. Samuel
St radley, Greenville: Gen. E. M. Law, Yorkville; Gen. John I). Kennedy, Camden, Ac.
LAVA I.. IIIJACK ?Si OIIII1ICS, General Agents for North and South Carolina,
* ,-30,000 since deposited in South Carolina. [April 28] Office Columbia, S. C.
TO Baltimore- anti Ret urn any tinao pr?vit us
to tho 15th of October next, can bo pur?
chased at tho Ticket Oftico of thc Sou th Caro?
ma Bailroatl, at GREATLY REDUCED
Ho! for Niagara Falls, Newport, Sara?
toga Springs and Lake George.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA ?t A. B. R. CO.,
GENERAL FREIGHT ANO TICKET OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., July VJ, 1870.
fTUCKETS to anv of the points above named
JL at GREATLY REDUCED RATES. Also.
Round Trip Tickets to Niagara Falls; good
until November lbt, 1870. Apply at this
office. E. R. DORSEY,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
July 2'.) 3_ b
Notice to Contractors.
WIL., COLUMBIA k AUGUSTA lt. R. CO.,
WILMINGTON, N. C., July 15,1R70.
SEALED I'rop?sala will bo received at this
omeo until oint August, proximo, for build?
ing the extension of this road lroin Sumter to
Columbia, including Grading, Trestle Work,
Masonry and Bridges, or any portion of tho
Specifications, Slaps and Trollies can ho
Keen at this oflice, where any information re
fjuired will bo given, Proposals will bo en?
dorsed "Proposals." Tho Company reservo
the right to reject auv bid.
JOHN C. V> INDER,
July 31 Imo_Chief Engineer.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
PHHBBfflBjn*l Leave Ande rson.4.20 P. M.
r^0*? " Pendleton.5.20 "
" Perry ville.COO
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leavo Walhalla.5.00 A. M.
Arrive at Anderson.7.2o "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
jf up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 31_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
3ENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMUIA, S. C., July 25, 1870.
ESnVEBMBfln ON a?a after MON
WxaosAm^!?W?DAY, August 1, tho fol
owing Schedulo will bo run daily, Sundays
ixceptoel, connecting with Night Trains on
South Carolina Road, up and down, aleo with
Trains goiug South on Charlotte, Colombia
iud Augusta Railroad:
Jr-Leave Columbia. 8.15 am
?. Alston. 0.38 am
" Newberry..:. 11.03 am
Arrive Abbeville. 3.00 pm
'* Anderson. 4.30 p m
11 Greenville. 5.00 pm
)OWN-Leave Greonvillo. 7.00 a m
" Anderson.?7.30 a m
.? Abbeville. 9.00 a m
" Newberry. 12.47 p m
'? Alston. 2.30 pm
arrive Columbia. 3.45 p m
July 28 JOHN H. MORE, Gen'I Sup't.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
UNIONVILLE, JUNE 21,1870.
SS IBB Pg^gj^i PASSENGER Trains on
tB? t h i H i-nn d ron daily:
On Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
?aturtlays the down trains will leave Spartan
lurg Court House at 5.30 a. m., and arrive at
Liston at 11.00 a. ni; returning leave Aleton
,t 12.00 m., and reach Spartanburg Court
louse at 5.30 p.m. On Tuesdays tho down
rains will leave Spartanburg Court Honso at
.30 a. m., and arrive at Alston at 1.00 p. m.;
et urning leave Alston at 2.15 p. m., and reach
partanburg Court House at 7.00 p.m. On
.Miursdays tho down trains will leave Spartan
mrg Court Houeo at 3.45 a. m., and arrive at
Liston at 8.35 a. m.; returning leave Alston
,t 9.30 a. m., and reach Spartanburg Court
louse at 2.40 p. m.
Juno 23 THOS. B. JETER. President.
The North and South United,
twa E3Bffl^B9 BY tho great Metropoli
|Pyffiglr^B**-??*? tan Through Paesenger
toute. Seo that your Tickets aro good eta
.etcrsburg, Weldein, Raleigh and Charlotte.
NORTH CAROLINA R. lt. TIME TABLE.
Trains East. Trains Weet.
A REIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
harlotte. 4.15 p m 10.00 a in
alisbury.fi.il p m 0.19 p m 7.37 a m 7.5fi a m
Ireeneb'o.H 57 p ni 9.02 p m 5.0C a m 5.14 a m
lalcigh... LOO a m 1.45 a m 12.00 m u LOO a m
ioldsboro.5.30 a m 8.30 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
harlotto dailv, at 3.40 a. m., anti arrives at
2.25 p. m. ' ALBERT JOHNSON, Sup.
Iharlotte. Columbia and Augrtsta R. R
am ??^^HP TUE following is Pas
gg &^,<?tt<affg sen ger Schedule:
eave Augusta, at.4.CO a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at.9.40 a. m.
?. Winnsboro, at----.11.40 a. m.
" Chester, at.L40 p. m.
rrivc at Charlotte, N. C.-4.20 p. m,
.eave Charlotte, N. C.,at.10.30 a. m.
*? Chester, at.1.25 p. m.
" Winnsboro, at.2.57 p. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 5.07p.m.
rrive at Augusta.9.50 p. m
Making eloso connections with Trains of
entrai and Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
nd all points South and West.
Palaco Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains,
brough Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
tl principal points.
aa~ Passengers by this route GOINO NORTH
avo choice Of TUREE DIFFERENT ROUTES.
cavo Columbia.?.G.15p, m
rrrive at Augusta. 3.30 a. rn,
eave Augusta. 4.15 p.m.
rrivo at Columbia. 1-30 a. m.
C. BOU KNIGHT, Superintendent.
E. R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
"South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAY 13,1870.
"V" m -?BT CEB?i?S?.&C ON and after Snn
??.?lf*?*=sir,,da.v, 15th May, the
ass? nerti" Trains upon tho South Carolina
ailroad will run the following schedule:
eave Columbia. 7.45 a m
rrive at Charleston. 3.30 p m
eave Charleston.8.80 am
rrivo at Columbia.4.10 p m
pave Columbia.7.45 a m
rrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
?avo Augusta.8.00 a m
rrive at Columbia.4.10p m
NIGHT EXPRESS THAIN (SUKIKAYS EXCEPTED).
?ave Columbia.7.50 p m
rrivo at Charleston.0 45 a ni
rrivo at Augusta.7.05 a m
savo Charleston.7.80 pm
mxc Augusta. .0.00 p m
rrivc at Columbia.0 00 a m
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains
ill run Monda vs, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
id between Camden and Ringville daily.
favo Camden.0.86a m
rrivc at Columbia.11.00 a m
.ave Columbia.LOO p m
?rive at Camden. .5-40 p m
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'I Sup't.
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for sale by
Mareil 8 E. IIOfE.