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sertion. Long advertisements by tho week,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
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ttleaningg tn Harvest.
If you cannot, in the harvest,
Garner up tho richest sheaves
Many a grain, both ripe and golden.
Which tho careless reaper leaves,
You can glean among tho briers
Growing rank against the wall,
For it may bo that their shadow
Hides the heaviest wheat of all.
Do not, thon, stand idly waiting
. For somo greater work to do;
Fortuue is a lazy goddess,
Sho will never nome to you.
Go and toil in any vineyard,
Do not foar to do or dare;
If you want a field of labor,
You can find it anywhere.
It ia - somewhat singular how few per?
sons there aro who are ready and inter?
esting conversationalists. This is per?
haps owing to tho fact that there is too
little pains taken with oar young folks to
induce the habit of thinking over what
they seo, hear aud read, aud then put?
ting their thoughts into language that
Our young people rend but little that
is really improving, or not being trained
to put even that little to good service,
their conversation is generally made np
of trifles aud light nonsense, very close?
ly resembling the froth ou a bumper of
champagne-sparkling, but extremely
light. They graduate early in the light
persiflage common in general society,
and as a rule seem to think it all that is
necessary to entitle them to high honors
as entertaining and even witty person?
ages, and their gay spirits and merry
hearts make their rather silly trash pass
current for more than it is worth.
But of an evening, when out in com?
pany, quietly listen to tho elders-those
who do not dauce-aud what is tho gen?
eral tone? Servants, a little morceau of
scandal, or that never ending subject
of interest to some parents, the smart
sayings and doings of their remarka?
ble children, and the weather, com?
prise about all tho topics under discus?
sion, with rare exceptions. Occasionally
you will meet with a lady who has
read and is not afraid of being thought
a blue stocking, will discuss tho
works she has read, and eau form and
give you an opinion upon their merits
and demerits, which sbo has uot taken
from a review; or who, loving the drama
enough to have a close acquaintance with
Shakspeare, Beaumont, Goldsmith,
Fletcher, aud others of their ilk, is quito
capable of appreciating a good play and
of oriticising it when badly played, as
good plays too often are. But these la?
dies aro raro aves, somewhat like oa?es
on that great desert of Bocioty, whero
the light and glitter, like the mirage the
thirsty traveler sees, is ever promising
pleasure to thro intellect which it does
not give. Mero talkativeness is not a
sign that tho speaker is capable of utter?
ing anything worth the hearing or re?
membering. Sometimes it would be
well if a "bridle could be put upon tho
tongue" of those who talk too freely, or
if what they said could be forgotten as
soon as said, for it is too often mischiev?
ous in its uature, "talking they k^ow
not why, and care not what," or who is
wounded by it. They do not converse,
but babble Some one has said that uo
one caa be brilliant in conversation who
is not caustic and a little given to scan?
dal. This is not true, for ono of the
most delightful conversationalists we
have over mot, never spoke an ill-natured
word, or made an uncharitable remark.
There is no doubt that a close, observ?
ant, fluent cynio does make an hour's
conversation glide rapidly by, but you
tire of the tone.so oue-sided that it will
not acknowledge to auj thing good under
the sun, and you turn with oagerness to
the gentler nature that, though not
so sparkling, perhaps, is more just, and
may be as witty.
It is a singular fuct that mauy who
write easily cannot converse with pleas?
ure, either to themselves or to their lis?
teners. Give them pen, ink aud paper,
and thoir thoughts flow rapidly ; jest,
quip, and repartee, gush with a delicious
freeness ; memory throws open her well
lined chambers, and culls out every ra?
dient gem that will euhanco tho beauty
of the subject they are handling. Fancy,
liko a willing hand maid, stands on the
qui rive, to throw in nil tho bright
sparkles needed-reason, with her solid
beauties, is at her side, enger to do duty,
aud eloquence and wit will guido the
pen. But placo tho same persons in
company, and niue times out of ton, ail
these faculties play them false, aud they
stutter and stammer through Borne dis?
connected, unmeaning or stilted speech,
whoso obscurity brings tho blush to
thoir cheek as they think it over after?
wards. Coleridge, ono of tho most no?
ted conversationalists, or rather monol?
ogists of tho literary world, is said to
havo almost lost the ability to write well,
before tho development of his grand
conversational powers, and after they
wero so strongly marked ho wrote little
Tho persons who can listen well, and
yet who can offer ready suggestions,
throwiug in hero aud Ibero a remark
that will bring out all tho capability of
those around, ure often doomed interest?
ing talkers, when in reality tho secrot
lies in the tact they possess of drawing
oat the poworfl-of those with whom they
aro in contact; and they aro generally
popular, for every ono who can talk at
ell, likea ft good listener. f . "
A oloap reading of good authors, an
apt memory, a graceful ease in bringing
in n happy quotation, au observant eye,
quick to catch what may be passing
around, and travel, constitute all tho in?
gredients necessary to make a really
brilliant conversationalist. Though one
may bo eloquent without all these ele?
ments, no ono can converse well who
has not thought thoroughly upon some
subject. Tho mind must be trained to
analyze, decompose and reconstruct, and
then the language with which the
thought is clothed will be eloquence.
Conversation can be, and should be,
cultivated as au art. Like auy other
accomplishment, it can bo acquired with
moro or less trouble, according to tho
natural capacity for it; and like reading
aloud with expression and case, it is
something that cannot cost too much
trouble iu its acquirement. Theso two
stand at tho topmost round of tho ladder
of elegaut accomplishments, for music
itself must yiold the palin to thom.
Sooio converso freely with all alike;
others caunot talk well without cougo
nial spirits round-like the fire in tho
flint, it must bo struck with antagonistic
steel, to Hash; but these talkers aro ofteu
tho most witty and original, aud when
once in full vein, are well worth listen?
ing to. In reading, that it may bo of
service in conversation, dp not read as a
pastime, but reflect aud digest thorough?
ly tho idea tho author wishes to incul?
cate, and weigh its merit; comparo it
with other writers on tho samo subject,
and do not fear to read and re-read; then
put your thoughts upon it into words,
aud speak them to somo friendly critic.
lu this manner, you will ncquiro tho art
of conversation.-Neto Orleans Times.
New York Advertisements.
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Is BETTER and CHEAPER than Soap.
Does its work quickly, easily, and with leas
labor than any other compound; cleans uin
dorcs without water; removes stains I rom
mood, marble and stone; cloans and brightons
knives and table mare; for general house
cleaning is uueoualled; polishes tin, brass,
iron, copper and steel; removes oil, rust and
dirt from machinery; removes stains from thc
hand which soap will not takeoff, Ac. Sold at
all Grocery, Drug and Notion Stores.
Wholesale I 221 Waahington street, N. Y.
wuoicsaio, j3Q 0xford Btieoti London.
Auer 10 T7DIO
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
Type and Electrotype Foundry
Nos. 28, 30,32 Centre Street. At to lor*.
ALARGE Assortment of English and Ger?
man faces, both Plain and Ornamental,
kept on hand. All type cast at this establish?
ment is manufactured from tho metal known
as Conner's unequaled HARD TYPE METAL.
Every article necessary for a perfect print?
ing ?frico furnished.
The typo on which this paper ia printed, is
from tho above Foundry. March 80 duo
Must be Sold!!
WE have about $10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, more than wo can realize on
this Summer; we are anxious to
get rid of some of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAP for that purpose.
Our stock is the largest, in our
line, that has ever been brought
to this city. Handsome Goods,
and bought right. Large lino of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Best Fitting SHIRTS. It is now
generally admitted that we aro
making to order TUE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examine
II. ?Si \V. C. SWAFPIEL.I).
G< KN CINE DURHAM SMOKING TORAC
f CO, direct from the factory, the great
Dalby 1'ulf Smoking Tobacco, the Sunnyside
Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco-the best in the
conni ry-Mellera Fig Chewing Tobacco, very
line, just received.
A full assortment of choice WINES and LI
QUOUS ahvavs on hand.
JOHN C. SEECERS.
Main street, near the Post Office, and Main
street, near l'inuNix Oflieo. Julv 2!?
"The Carolina House."
rpiIIH HOUSE has always enjoyed the ropu
X tation of being tho best place in tho city
for obtaining the coolest and most delicious
mixed drinks. Tho new brand ot Whiskey,
THF. HIBERNIAN, ia something ont of the
ordinary run. Call and sro me, on Washing?
ton street. RICHARD BARRY,
April 7 _Proprietor.
Fall Turnip Seeds.
pt REEN GLOBE, Red Top and English
\JT Ruta Baga Frosh Seed l'or sale by.
Jilly 30 _s_E. HOPE.
S m oki s ts get tho heal imported Cigars
at EXCHANGE MOUSE.
EDWARD BC HEINITSH.
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
COLUMBIA, H. C.
The Drag and Chemical Store,
At the old wt (ind of Fisher ?fc Heiniteh,
OPPOSITE PIIONIX OFFICE.
WHERE DRUGS aud MEDICINES
(of every kimi will bo sold for cash,
at remarkably low prices; where
Physicians' Prescriptions and Fami?
ly Recipes will bo prepared, undor
Mr. Heiuiteb's personal supervision
and caro. Where also (bc following liidispon
ablo article? mar bo had:
FRESH CONGRESS WATER,
Frosh Citrato Magnesia,
Flavoring Extracts, finest quality,
Tollot Articles and Colognes,
Toilet and bath Soap, f.>r tho skin and com?
Bathing Sponges, Flesh Brushes,
Dakers' Broma and Cocoa,
Prepared Wheat, Farinaceous Food, for in?
fants and invalids,
Pure Extract o? Caifa Feet for Jelly, and for
improving Soups and Gravies,
Gelatines, Coxes ?. Cooper's, in sheet and
COLOGNES and PERFUMES for tho Toilet.
Tho prophylactic character of Perfumed
Waters and Odors baa in all ages received the
sanction ot' eminent and learned Physicians.
The frequent uso of these has often restored
the sick and focblc to health and strength.
Circassian Bloom and Bloom of Youth, for
rendering the Skin soft and fair as Alabaster
Marblo; removes all blemishes, frccklea and
Aromatic Blackberry Syrup, for Bowel Com?
plaint, admirably adapted for children.
Essence of "Jamaica Ginger," Persons
traveling towards tho mountains or thc sea,
will find this articlo an indispensable requi?
site. For salo by E. H. HEINITSH,
July 1 Druggist and Apothecaiy.
SOME dealerein this city have been in doubt
that 1 could hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform tho public
that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beer
ou hand, which I put against any Beer brought
from tho North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by the Beer scale.
Aug20_ _ _JOHN 0. BEEPERS.
E. Morris, Columbia, S. C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, at
$3.59 per saw. Our Gins aro warranted
to please in every respect, or no sale. Fro
niiuin awarded at last State Fair. Also, Wood
Turning in every description and stylo, at
short notice. June .'10 3mo
S)f\ TUBS Relined LARD, at lCc. \> lt?., by
51? Packages Pure Leaf Lard, in Barrels,
naif Barrels, Kegs, Caddies, etc., just re?
ceived and for sale bv
Joly 21 J. St T. R. AGNEW.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho host manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.'
Pee IT?_WILLIAM GLAZE.
Old Java Coll?e.
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE,
for salo at reduced prices. E. HOPE
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Afre.
ALTERA TIVE~ANTI-BILIOUS and
jj ^ EUS^AN jj
ill $m&%^ C 0ermttn receipt
IBMC?X* ^i^B ^S. fV DOW 'n Poaaeea'OD
y^^^^^^^^^^V--^and io thc s arno
i/'VX lient physicians.
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
IB composed of t lie parent alcoholic essence of
Germain's favorite beverage, impregnated
witb tho juices and extracts of rare herbs,
roots and barks; all of which combined make
it one of the bott, and surest preparations for
the cure of
Dyspepsia, Loss of Tone Ul the Stomach and
Digestive Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constip?t ion, Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and ns a
P HE 1 'EA' Tl 1 'E FOE CH ILLS A KU FE 1 'Eli
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN RIT?
TERS tho best tonic known for tho discasesto
which they are generally subject, and where a
gentle stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March IC, 1S70.
Messrs. Jacob Llynman & liro.y Savannah.
Ga.-GENTS: 1 havo beforo mo your esteemed
letter ot tho 11th inst., containing various
documents relativo to your "Gorman Ritter?.'
Afler a careful examination I must confess
that your Ritters is really what you represent
it to be, an old German recipe "of Dr. Mitch
erheb, of Berlin. Prussia, lt will no doubt bi
excellent lor dyspepsia, general debility am"
nervous diseases, and is a good preventive ol
chills and fever. 1 lind it to bo a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. 1 remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KIIIKT.ANH MILLS, GA., March 22,1S70.
Messrs. ,/nrnb Lippnmn <t; Jiro., Druggists
Savannah, (Va.-GENTLEMEN: 1 havo intro
(laced your Great 0< mian Bitters hero to ni;
customers and friends, and 1 find better sal?
for it than any 1 have ever kept before. Thosi
who have tried it approve of it very highly
and I do not hesitate in saying that it ia fa:
superior in value lo any other Bitters now ii
nae. Yours, respectfully,
(Signed) * YT. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER.'
Wholesale Agents for the Stat o of Sontl
Carolina- BOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, HENK!
BISCHOFF A CO.. GLACIUS A WITT1.
STEFFENS, WERNER ?t DUCKER, Charlot
ton. S.C. Juno21y||l
LIFE ASD TOXTIXE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF TUE SOUTH,
NO. ?0 ll KOA O STREET, CIIAHLESTUX, S. C.
WM. MCBURNEY, President.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Vico-Prea. and Actuary.
J. F. OILMER, Vice-P., resident in Georgia*.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, Vice-president, resi?
dent in North Carolina.
GEORGE E. HOGGS, Secretary.
JOHN T. DARRY, M. D., Medical Adviser.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor.
JAMES CONNER, Counsel.
William McBurney, J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, Htnrv Bischoff,
William C. Beo, " J. Harvey Wilson, R. O'Neale, Jr., Wm. G. Whildeu.
Robert Muro, E. Nyc Hutchison, John T. Darby, M. D., A. S. Johnson,
Andrew Simonds, 'A. B. Yanco, Wm. M. Shannon, George H. Monett,
John R. Dukes, M. Mcltao, D. Wyatt Aiken, James Conner,
Geo. W. Williams, J. F. Gilmer, Giles J. Patterson, George E. BoggH,
James R. Tringle, William Dnncan, Rev. James P. Royce, John H. Devereux,
Lewie D. Mowry, John Scroven, Robt. L. McCaughrin, E. P. Alexander,
Wm. K. Ryan, John L. Uardco, George H. McMaster, E. J. Scott.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Comptroller-General for protection o? Pcb
"Moro than ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied for!
Tins Company, having complied with all tho conditions of its Charter, is now prepared t<
issuo tho usual forma of Lite and Endowment Policies on the cash system.
CASH PREMIUMS! CASH DIVIDENDS ! CASH POLICIES!
All Policies uon-forfeitable after thc payment of ONE Annual Premium.
Paid-up Policies issued on surrender of the original for an equitable amount.
Purely MUTUAL! No Stockholders! All Profits DIVIDED among tho Policy-Holders.
Dividends declared animally.
Dividends once declared are non-forfeitable, and may be used to reduce tho Premium, to
increase the amount of Assurance, or to mako the Policy self-sustaining. Dividends left with
the Company, however applied, may be used, in case of need, to pay Premiums.
Investments confined by Charter to the most solid and reliable Securities.
SfH~ Patronize the only Life Assurance in the State, and keep your MONEY' AT HOME.
July 19 3mo
The Cotton States
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
General Office al Macon, Georgia.
OF which $100,000 is deposited, as required hythe charter, with State authorities of Georgia,
and $50,000 in South Carolina, under Act of Legislature, for security of policy-holders.
The business of this strictly Southern and j SfSrGOLI) POLICIES will be issucilto those
Homo Company is confined bv law to legiti- \ preferring them.
mate Life Insurance alono. POLICIES ISSUED Ample provision AO.WN8T lonKKiTi iu: of PO?
ON ALI. THE APPROVED MUTUAL PLANS. Tho j licit? in tho expressed terms of tho conti act;
Company has also added the Tontine System , and rights of Policy-holders clearly defined in
(of dividends) to its other plans. (See Ma- Policies. ANNUITIES, with participation in
noah) ; Profits, granted. Tho Company will always
Ninety per cent, of profits on tho Mutual purchase its Policies at their cash value when
business divided annually among all tho Mu- desired. We oiler the people of the State same
t ual Policy-holders, without exception. One- financial security as Northern Mutual Com pa
third LOAN ON PREMIUMS givi n when nies, the accumulating premiums of the in
desired-tho interest to bo provided for by thc | aured, and in addition thereto, a Capital
Company out of the Dividends Notes for commencing with ?;JO6,U00.
Premium Loans not required. Non-participat- This Slate represented in the management
tug Policies granted at greatly reduced rates. a! Macon by South Carolina Stockholder*.
We, the undersigned,ha ci ng examined the (.harter mei Prospectus of the ?*'Cotton Slates"
Life Insurance Company, Parent Ollico, Macon, Ga., do cheerfully recommend it io the people
of North and South Carolina as a reliable Southern Institution. M nt uni in ils working, and
strictly confined to the business of Life Insurance, with a guaraidet d capital ample fdr ?afot j ;
and *f100,000 securely invested (to 'accord with the requirements ol the Charter) for the
security nj policy-holders.
Signed by LOL. Wai. JOHNSTON, President C., C. and A. Railroad, Charlotte, N. C.
GEN. JOHN A. YOUNO, President Rock Bland Factory, "
F.X-Gov. Z. !.. VASCK, Attorney-at-Law. "
COL. T. ll. IS II KM and JOSEPH H. WILSON, Attorney-ut Law, '.
GUN. WADI-. Il ASHTON, JOHN W. PAHKKII, M. J) , Columbia, s. c.
JOSEPH D. POPE, Attorney-at-Law,
COL. A. C. HASKELL, Attornov-at-Law. C. D. MELTON, "
W. F. DESAI'SHIUIK, A N. TALLEY. M. D'., Prof. s. c. University, Columbia.
COL. J. G. GI lilt Ks, Factor and Commission Merchant, '.
BLANDINA St RICHARDSON, Attorncyu-at-Law, Sumter, s. c.
A. A. GlI.IlElIT, Editor Watchman,' 11
H. P. HAMMETT, Ex-president G. A C. Railroad, Greenville, S. <'.
COL. JAS. H. RION, W. R. ROBERTSON, Wihnsboro, H. C.
GKXS. M. C. BUTLER and R. G. M. DuNNOVAST, Edgefield, S. C.
A. P. ALIUUCH, Barnwell, S. C. GEN. W. W. I-IAHLI.EK, Marion, s. C.
GEO. A. TKKMIOI.M St SON, Charleston, S. C.
GEN. E. M. LAW, Yorkville. B. I). Bovn, Piosidenl Rank, Nenin iry. S. c.
J. A. INOLIS, Maryland University, formerly ol South Carolina.
GEN. Ror.Eiir TOOMUS, Georgia. " JOHN 1'. KIN?, Augusta. Ga., and olin is.
OEKH rus AT MACON, GEORGIA--William ?. Johnston, President; Wm.H. Holt, vice-President;
George S. Obear, Secretary; John W. Burke, General Agent; C. F. MeCay, Actuary; W. J.
McGill, Superintendent nf Agencies; James Mercer Gree n, Medical Examiner.
Anvisoitv BOAH? OE POLICY-HOLDERS, NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.- Oin. Richard H. Ander?
son, Sumter, President ; Col. Jamen If. Rion,Winnsboro; Col. Wm. Wallace, Columbia: Dr.
Samuel W. Honk h url, Fairlleld; Col. James Farrow, Spart nnburg; Col. B.W. Ball, Laurens:
R. D. Bovd, President Bank, Newbury; Col. James G. Gibbes, Columbia; Capt. Samuel
Stradlev, Greenville; Gen. E. M. Low, Yorkville; Gen. John D. Kennedy, Camden, Ac.
LAVAL, BLACK, it ti i HUES, Genera! Agents for North and South Carolina,
??50.0C0 since deposited in South Carolina. [April 2S] Office Columbia, S. C.
T. F. BRODIE. B. R. nCDOIKS. It. O. RCDOINS.
BRODIE & CO.,
. . COTTON
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LIBERALadvanc.es made on Consignments. !
Refer to ANDREW ?SIMONOS, Esq., Proal- |
dent lat National Bank, Charleston, S. C.
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
THIS ologant and commodious HOLME hav?
ing been renovated and newly furnished
throughout, ia second tr? nono in tho Sont h.
Nov 13_J. PARKER. Proprietor.
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE,
xor KM UKI: I, ISTO,
CHARLESTON, S . C.
Oo~ Most liberal Premiums offered in every
department of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
Premium List published in Pamphlet Form.
Julv 1 ilma
SS- f Large-stand most completo 1
?V ! Manufactory of DOOIB, Sashes, [ "Tia
8?r I Blinds, Mouldings, (V.c., in tho I -io*
93T I Southern States. J ^Lu
Printed ?'rice Lint defies competition.
Fend for one. Scut free on application.
April 3 fly
"THE LIFE IS*THE BLOOD."
FROM it wc derive our strength, beauty and
mental capabilities. It is the centre of
our being, around which revolves all that
makes existence happy. When ibis source is
corrupted, the paiutnl effects are visible in
many shape?, prominent among which is
This is a taint or infection ol the human
organism, and probably no one is wholly tree
from it. It exhibits itself in various shapes
as Ulcers and Sores, Di caved Rones. Diseased
Scalp, Sore Eyes, Weak and Diseased Joints,
St. Vitus' Dance, Foul Discharges from the
Nostrils, Eruptions, Glandular Swellings,
Throat Affections, Rheumatism, Heart Aflcc
tions, Nervous Disorders, Barrenness, Disor?
ders of thc Womb, Dropsy, Syphilitic Affec?
tions, Liver Complaint, Salt Rheum, Dyspep?
sia, Neuralgia, Lose of Manhood and General
lt has been the custom to treat theso di?
seases with Mercury and other Mineral sub?
stances, which, though sometimes producing
a cure, often provo injurious,and entail mise?
ry in after nfc. Tho long known injurious
properties of theeo so-called alteratives and
purifiers has led the philanthropical man of
science to explore thc arena of nature, thc re?
sult of which hap been thc discovery of vege?
table products which posar p. the power of
eradicating these taints from the Blood.
Is a blessing. Try it fail ly, and your nerves
will lie restored to their wonted" vigor, and
your de jected countenance ho made radiant
with tho consciousness of
Being free from violent minerals, it is
adapted to general usc. The old and young
may use it; the most delieato female ut anv
time may take it; tho tender infant, who may
have inherited disease, will bo cured by it.
For Purifying the Blood,
EXTIIACT OF SARSAPARILLA
Whon used in thc Spring, lt roniovce all
humors which infest tho system, and ba?
nishes thc languor aud debility peculiar to
that season of the year.
It acts promptly on tho
LIVER A.TD KIDNEYS,
Producing a healthy action of the important
organs by which all the impurities of the sys?
tem are carried off, and the result is
Fut Di M can es protSucctl by Hie use o?
Mere m y, mid fur Syphilis, willi Us ti II III
Of evils, tliii. t-ODipounfl ls tile only ?ure
To tho poor creature.enfeebled in mind and
body, by secret practices, whose nerves are
unstrung, and countenance down-cast,
Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Is the acknowledged antidote to all Blood
Distases. By its nee the afflictions above
enumerated can bc permanently banished,
Source-lite Centre of Life-the Blood,
ho maintained in all its purity and vigor,
d (Sear Skin, (rood Ajipetite, HuOyanl Spirits.
WM. H. TUTT & LAN:),
AUGUSTA, GA ,
And sold by Druggists everywhere.
April 15 limo
COLILUUIA, SOUTH C AKOLK.A.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the Smith for comfort
_.and healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
ince, airy rooms on reasonable U rms. "A call
is snlicilVd." Mv Omnibus will be lound at
tin different depots- passet.LOIS carried to
and fr?.ni the Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3 WM. A WIIIGHT.
To the Traveling Public.
lt ESA D THIS.
IF von want a Fine, Large, Airy ROOM,
stop nt the EXCHANGE HOLST, on Main
! Hired, ?her?! you can get a good Meal at thc
rug ular Unie. If you aie busy and uni there
1 at Meal tiniep, you can order it wi.en you
j como, without iftrn charge,
RATES, per day, $2.50; per week, ?ess.
Stahles on the promises.
PAYSINGEU A FRANKLIN,
May 8 Prppi ietors.
Hungry people cnn got Lunch mid
Soup, every day, nt ExciiANOE HOUSE.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. 0., August 10,1870.
" Alston. 9 80 a m
" Frog Lovel.10.40 am
" Newberry.11.65 am
Arrive at Helena at.11.15 a ru
Dowu-Leave Helena. 2 45 p ni
" Nowberry. 2.55 p m
" Frog Level. 3.15 pm
" Alston. 4 15 p m
Arrive at Columbia. p.OOpm
Above Schedule will bc run on Sundav after
this date. JOHN H. MOUE,
Aug ll General Superintendent.
1^0 Baltimore and Return any timo previous
. to the 15th of October next, can lie pur?
chased at thc Ticket Oftice of the South Caro?
lina Railroad, at GREATLY REDUCED
Notice to Contractors.
WIL., COLUMBIA & AUGUSTA lt. R. CO.,
WILMINGTON, N. C., Jnlv is, 1870.
SEALED Proposals will be received nt this
ellice until Slat August, proximo, for build?
ing the extension of this road from Sumter to
Columbia, including Grading, Trestle Work,
Masonry and Bridges, or any portion of the
Specifications, Maps and Profiles can bo
seen at Ibis ofiice, where any information re?
quired will be given. Proposals will bo en?
dorsed "'Proposals." The Company restive
thc right to reject anv bid.'
JOHN C. WINDER,
July 31 Imo_Chiof Engineer.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
nc Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00
Leave "Walhalla.6.00 A. M.
" Perrvvillc.5.45 .*
" Pendleton.0.30 ??
Arrive at Anderson.7.2o "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for tho arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
.Tuly 31_ _ W. ILD. GAILLARD, Sup,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
CoLUaitUA, S. C., July 25, 1870.
jr^TTOTpaSi^iWq ON and after MON
tS&.?m?&il?^^nAY, August 1, tho fol?
lowing Schedule will be run daily, Surdays
excepted, connecting with Night Trains on
South Carolina Road, np and down, alto with
Trains going South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:
Ul'-Leave Columbia. 8.15 am
' ' Alston. .. y.38 a m
" Newberry..:. 11.03 am
Arrive Abbeville....'. 3.00 p ni
" Anderson. 4.30 p m
" Greenville. 5.00 pm
DOWN-Leave Greenville. 7.00 am
" Anderson. 7.30 am
" Abbeville. 0.00 a m
.* Nowberrv. 12.47 pm
" Alston. 2.30 p m
Arrive Columbia. 8.45 p m
July 28 JOHN H. MORE, Gcn'l Snp't.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
UNION VILLE, JUNE 21,1870.
On Mondays, "Wednesdays, Fridays and
Saturdays the down trains will leave Spartan?
burg Court House at 5.30 a. m., and arrive at
Maton at 11.00 a. m; returning leave Alston
at 12.00 m., and reach Spartanburg Court
House at 5.30 p. m. On Tuesdays the down
traiuB will leave Spartanburg Court House at
7.30 a. m., and arrive at Alston at 1.00 p. m.;
returning leave Alston at 2.15 p. m., and reach
Spartanburg Court '??uee at 7.00 p.m. On
Thursdays the down t i nnis will leave Spartan?
burg Court House at 3 45 a. m., and arrive at
Alston at 8 35 a. m.; returning leave Alston
at 0.30 a. m.. and reach Spartanburg Court
House at 2.10 p. m.
June 23 THOS. B. JETER. Preeident.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta B. R.
COLUMBIA, S. C.j September 1, 1870.
_5?ffii^M?!_?aStc^the Paesenger trains over
this Road will run as follows :
Leave Charlotte, N .C., at. 8 20 a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 3.45 p.m.
Arrive Augusta, at.-. 8.50 p. m.
Leavo Augusta, at. COO a. m.
. Columbia, S. C., at.11.45 a.m.
Arrive Charlotte, N. C. at.C30 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION THAIN, .SUNDAYS EXCEITED.
Leave Columbia.10.10 p. m
Arrrive at Augusta.7.00 a.m.
Leave Augusta.C 30 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.4.15 a. m.
Close connections made via Greensboro and
Richmond and Acquia Creek, and via Haleigh
Weldon and Bay Lino. Through Tickets sold
and baggage checked to all points North,
South, and Weat.
JSB" For further information apply at this
Sept 1 C. BOUKNIonT, Superintendent.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S.C, MAY 13, 1870.
^?C ON and after Snn
??8? day. 15th May, tho
Passenger Trains upon the South Carolina
Railroad will run the following schedule:
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Charleston. 8.30 p m
Leave Charleston.8 30am
t nive at Columbia.4.10 p m
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive al Augusta.4.25 p m
Leave Augusta. . 8.00 a m
Arrive at Columbia.4.10p m
NIOnT EXPRESS THAIN (SWDAYS EXCEPTED).
Leave Columbia.7.50p m
: Arrive at Charleston.C 45 a m
Arrive ni Augusta. . 7.05 a m
Leave Charleston.7.30 p m
Leave Augusta.? 00 p ra
Arrive at Columbia.(?.OO n m
Camden nod Columbia Passenger Traine
I will rmi Mondays; Wednesdays abd Saturdays;
and between Camden and King ville daily.
Leave Camden.C.35a m
Arrive nt Columbia.11.00 a m
' Leave Columbia.1.00 p ni
: Arrive at Camden.6.40 p m
IL T. PEAKE. Gen'l Sup't.
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