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PTJDLI93ED DAILT *ltD TSI-V?SMIJT.
?VBRY WEUSF.HDAY MOBNTNO
t3Y JULI?N A. SELBY,
EDITOri AND PROPRIETOR.
Office on Hain Street, above Taylor.
? . ?
?7*Book antLJob Printing of every dofcrtp
.ion promptly abd faithfully attended to.
Inserted in the Daily at 75 cent? per square
?or tho first and 50 cents each subs?quent in?
sertion; ' Dong advertisements by tho week,
month or'year, at roaaonablo rates.
Daily, aix months, $4 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 5( ;
iVeoklv, 1 tJO. >
Tho President tells us that tho ne?
groes of San Domingo "yearn for the
protection cf our free institutions, our
progress and civilization." There is
probably not a singlo negro on tho
island who ever heard of our freo insti?
tutions, our progress and civilization;
but if there is, and he actually yearns for
them, our highest duty to ourselves is to
let him yearn.
^ A Wisconsin young man rushed out of |
a debating school, remarking "I'm
enough for Kenney," and thon ?tubbed
"Kenney" eleven times. The hitter
fools so out up about it that his friends
despair of his future as an orator.
ONE CATTTAII FOR CONNECTICUT.-It is
proposed in Oonneoticut to do away
with the two State capital system, and
have but ono, which will probably bo
How wonderful ore the Iawsgovorning
human existence. Woro it not for tight
lacing, all civilized nations would bo
over-run with women.
TILE undersigned would in?
form his friend* and patrons
that he is prepared to oxocutc
scientifically and satisfactorily all operations
and work of whatsoever kind bia profession
demanda. Terme accommodating.
Office over Mesar H. Porter & Go.'a Dry Goods
Store, on Main atreet, Columbia, S. C.
Office honra from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m., and
from 2 to 4 p. m.
Nov 29_D. L. BOOZER, D. D. S.
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION !
GLASS JJ-SINGLE NUMBER SCHEME.
TO bo drawn in the Th ea tr o, at Wilmington,
N. C., Monday, January 16,1871. E. J.
KREBS, Manager. 10,000 Numbers put in the
Wheel-110 Prizes drawn.
Capital Prize, $5,000 !
WHAT TnE~CITY~PRESS SA Y.
PRIZE DRAWINQ.-Quito a crowd assembled
at the Theatre, yesterday noon, to witness tho
Grand Drawing of tho North Carolina Bene?
ficial Association. There were 100 prizes in
all, and little rolls of paper separating theso
were placed in a wheel on ono sido, whilo tho
tickets were in another wheel opposite to tho
Carmor. Between tho two was a table, at
which sat the Jndgos and Mr. John London,
Commissioner. Tho whoels wero mado with
glass sides, so that everything within them
oonld be seen, and were securely locked, until
.ho drawing began. This was done bv means
of two little boys, who were securely blind?
folded, ono drawing a number from ono of the
wheels and the other tho prize to correspond
with it. There is no question hut that tho
drawing was done in a perfectly fair and just
manner.-Wilmington haily Journal, Dec. 2.
THE GRAND DRAWING YESTERDAY.-The
grand single number distribution of tho North
Carolina B?n?ficiai Association, which took
placo at tho Theatre yesterday, at 1 o'clotk,
waa tho all-absorbing "theme during the div.
Tho drawing took place in public, a commit?
tee having been selected from the audience
to act with tho Commissioner in keeping an
account of the same, and to seo that it was
conducted fairly. Quito a respect ablo crowd
was present to witness the drawing. Tho fol?
lowing numbera drew tho principal prizes:
No. 3310, $5,000; No. C0U5, $2.500; No. 577<!,
?,500; No. 2842, $2,000; No. 1407, $2,000; No.
4412. $1.000; No. I486, $500. The Cortilicato
No. 1407 was sold to a citizeD of Wilmington,
N. C.- Wilmington Morning Star, Dec. 2.
IN THIS KCIIBMK,
110 PRIZES WI I.I. BE DHAWNi
Two Prizes.$2,500 each
Two ?.' . 2.000 "
Two " . 1,000 '?
Two '? . 500 "
Ten " . 250 "
Nino " . 200 "
Fifteen ?* . 100 "
Fifty-six " . 50 "
Sloven " . 20 "
Whole Tickets, 95.00; Hulves, 83.50;
49* Send money hy Post Offico Order or
For information and orders, address
W. II. GERKEN, Gt-uoral Agent.
P. O. Box 59.
Principal Ofljcc, ll Second street.
JOI1N LONDON. Commissioner.
Dec 13 Imo
3AH A ACRES of LAND in Barn ?veil,
. VJV/U on tho Edisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to snit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-. 12,000.
1 House in this city, 15,000.
HOUSE and thirteen aerea LAND, near tLi
atty-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
Sept 25 - ly
OYSTERS ! OYSTERS !
?AM selling the best NORFOLK OYSTERS
offered in this market, and get them fresh
every doy from Norfolk.
I have also reduced the price to $1.75 per
gallon, and smaller quantities in proportion.
Families can have them delivered ut their ru
sidenccs, by leaving their orders nt the Ice
Uanna JOHN 1). BATEMAN.
Nov 28 2nio
?)P*. BBLS. choice Table POTATOES, for
?tJ sale low. EDWARD HOPE.
Mackerel and Salmon.
I pr S*\ KITS new Bay MACKEREL,
Lt)U 50 quarter, half and whole barrels,
Boston Inspection, for sale by K. HOPE.
THE subscriber, in view of tin; H?>.
[preachingCIOBOof '.he present your, du
_ lima to stale that bc propose* to clo <
?ns hooks, and earnestly requests such friends
and patrons of his establishment, as may bu
in arrear?, to liquidate their accounts, so
that ho may start in thc yenr J871 with an
entirely new set ot books, and a r?cord of the
past completely obliterated. The proprietor
of this well-known house desires to assure
thc public of his disposition and capacity lo
supply, at all times, tho bert of WINES,
LIQUORS and CIGABS. Ho guarantees tho
host material and tho promptest attendance.
Dec J _ H. BARRY.
Bargains in Clothing ut ITOKE'S.
. ?tlO0 ^tiUiUM .?.'.-. .: ti; iv Ml H :-,!.? :n
Vi * .'..v\r: .-. tw.
STATE TREASURY OFFICE,
COLUMBIA. 8- C., December 1, 1870.
TFIE Interest falling duo on tbo Coupon
Honda of tbo Statn of South Carolina
to tho lat of January, 1871, will bo paid in
GOLD, on and after that date, at tho office of
H. H. KIMPTON, Financial Anent of tho
Stato, Ko. 0 Naarniu Htrcct, Kew York, and at
Tho intercut falling duo on tho Registered
Stock of tho Stato- to January 1, 1871, will he
paid in GOLD, on and after that dato, at thu
Treasury ollico only. NILES Q. PAUKE?,
Dec 7 Trcaaurcr State South Carolina.
STATE TREASURY OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 1, 1870.
THE Hooka of tho Treasury Oflico for tho
tranefcr and conversion of Stocke and
Bond.M will bo cloaed on and after the 15th
I instant until tho iBt proximo, for convenience
in propariug Btatemcut of interest duo to
January 1.1871. NILES G. PARKER,
Dec 7 Treasurer Stato South Carolina.
I VIKKY'S UNIVERSAL
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so woll known throughout
tho South, need no comment. In style of
I workmanship, and for efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with tho narnu amount of
power, ?B unequalod. R. TOZER, Agent,
August 2 Columbia. S. C.
25 Cents for Cotton.
MESSRS. L?RICK A LOWRANCE having
purchased tho right to manufacture
John G. Ham's improved SEED and MANURE
DROPPER, for Richland, would call the atten?
tion of all farmers using fcrtilizore and re?
quest an examination of this planter- tho
best and most perfect ever yet invented; hav?
ing taken tho premium at tho Georgia and
Alabama Stato Fairs. Tho undersigned aro
prepared to furnish any quantity of Plows,
Cotton Planters and Plow Handles, at a low
figure. Every variety of Agricultural Imple?
ments on hand. L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
XT7TLL be found invaluable for want of
VT Appetite, General Debility, Chilla md
Fever and Dyspepsia. For salo by Druggists
and Grocora evorvwhero. Prncipial Depot,
GOODRICH, WIN ICM AN &. CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
For ?ale in Columbia, 8. C., wholesale or
retail, bv HARDY SOLOMON and GEORGE
SYMMERS. Nov 20 f3mo
BAZAAR AXD CONFECTIONERY!
For useful things and things for sport,
Tho curious people beret resort.
ENTIRELY new stock of TOYS and FANCY
ARTICLES foi the Holidays. Varieties
tou numerous lo mention.
CANDIES manufactured daily.
CAKES of all kinds, plain and ornamenled.
Also, full stock French CONFKCTIONKI.Y.
Canned Goode. Jolly, Raisins, Citron,
Almonds, and full lino of assorted Nut?.
Lemons. Oranges, Cocoannts, Ac. Fruit of
all kinds during tho season. Nov ll)
IUI E eubscribei would resp? ct tully call the
attention ol thom in want of goods in hie
lino, to ibo large and well selected stock new
on hand, consisting, in pai l, of:
Marble and Slate Mamie Pieces,
Coal and Wood Gratee,
Coal Hods, Shovels, Pokers anil Sifters,
llhiwer Stands, Prouts for Crates,
Tire hogs. Shovels und Tonus,
Coffee Mil!? and Coffee Posters.
Meat Ci;!teiv and Sausage Stuffer*,
Charcoal and Plain Smoothing-irons,
Galvanized ami Plated Iron Sinket,
l AUrit'.N WAUK.
Iii nin Piped, Tile Hearths.
Fire 1 iiis for Gratesand Raker.* Oven's.
Marble Wash-Stands, Slabs mid Hacks,
Waw i Closets, Lead Pipe and Shed Load,
Plated ??nd bran Water-Fauci ls.
A lurg?- assortment ol' Plain, Stamped Plan?
ished und ibipuiied Ware.
Pnrh'r ami i liiico Sloven, tnt- Vi end and Con!.
A Nrgo supply nf (ho cfcbihratml COTTON
PLANT, and ol lier pu tier n s ot Cool; i ru; S'.ovi s,
and a large supply of House Furnishing Haul
w.nc. too ii ii rn < tons to menli'.'ii.
Nov S A. PALMER.
Downer's Mineral Sperm Oil.
4 NEW OIL, which wilt not Uahl tinda-MW
J. jL degree* t\irenlieit; never gums; is almost
od rices and OK sniff ON- Sfterm ur Lard Oil fi r
family une, and ir h en burned in Hie MINKHAI.
KIT.UM LAM??. Hie light is equal to the lu st
Ki rosene, at a cost not txct . ding one-half a
cent, per bonr. It r< quires : nt little atten?
tion, no trimming, and th'; chimney novor
breaks from beat.
A supply of this safe!;/ ail, and a small
assortment of Lamps, just received and for
sale by_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
City Currency will be Taken
IN pavment for doods at
Nov ll II ARIA' SOLOMON'S.
tG?" Dr. ScUencl? Advisee -Coma mp ti ves
to go Co Florido la. Winter.- Having for
tho laBt thirty-flvo jeara do voted my iv li ol o
limo and attention to tho study of lung dis?
eases and consomption. I feel that I under?
stand fully tho^ course that ought to' be pur
aaed to restoro a tolerably bad ease of diseased
lungs to healthy-soundness. The first and
most important step is for tho patient lo
avoid taking cold, and tho best of all places
on this oontinont for this purposo in winter,
is Florida, well down in the btato, where tho
temperature is regular, aud not subjoct to
such variations as in more Northern latitudes.
Palatka is a point I can recommend. A good
hotel ia kept tboro by Pcterman. Last win?
ter I saw several persons there whoso lungs
bad boon badly diseased, but who, under tho
healing influence of thc climate and my medi?
cines, were getting well.
Ono hundred miles further down Ibo river
is a point which I would prefer lo Palatka, as
tho toniperaturo is moro even and the air dry
aud bracing. Mellonvillo and Enterprise aro
located there. I should give a decided pre?
ference to Mollonvillo. lt. is two miles Irom
river or lake, and it seems almost impossible
lo take, cold there. Tho tables in Florida
might be better, and patients complain al
times, but that is a good sign, as it indicates
a return of appetite, and when this is the case
they generally increase in flesh, and then thc
lungs must heal.
Jacksonville, Hibernia, Green Cove, and
many other places in various parts of Florida,
can bo BIIfe'/recommended to consumptives
in winter, iii y rcaeons for saying to are that
patients aro less liable to take cold there than
where there is a less even temperature, and it
is not necessary to say that where a consump?
tive persou expoBf s himself to frequent colds,
ho is certain to dio shortly. Therefore, my
advico is, go well down into tho State, out ol
tho reach of pruvailing East winds and fogs.
Jacksonville, or almost any other of tho lo?
calities I havo named, will benefit those who
aro troubled with a torpid liver, a disordered
stomach, deranged bowels, soro throat or
cough, but for those whoso lungs aro diseased
a moro Southern point is earnestly recom?
For fifteen years prior lo I860,1 was profes?
sionally in New York, Boston, Ballimore and
Philadelphia every week, where I saw and ex?
amined on an average five hundred patienta a
week. A practico HO extensivo, embracing
every possible phase ot ?ung disease, lins ena?
bled me to understand tho disease fully, and
heneo my caution in regard to taking cold. A
person may take vast quantities of "??chcnck'e
Pulmouic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and Man?
drake Pills," and yet dio if he does not avoid
In Florida, noarlv everybody is using
Sehcnck's Mandrake Pills, for thc elimata is
more likely to produce bilious habits than
moro Northern latitudes. It is a well estab?
lished fact that natives of Florida rarely die
of consumption, especially those of tho South?
ern part. On tho other'hand, iu New Eng?
land, one-third, at least, of tho population
dio of this terrible disease. In tho Middle
States it does not prevail so largely, still
there aro many thousands of cases there.
What a vast per ceutago of life would bo saved
if consumptives were as easily alarmed in re?
gard to taking fresh cold as they are shout
scarlet fever, small-pox, Ac. Hut they are
not. They tako what thoy term a little*cold,
which they are credulous enough to believe
will wear off in a few days. They pay no at?
tention to it, and hence it lays the foundation
for another and another still, nntil thc lungs
are diseased beyond nil hope for cure.
My advice to persons whoso luugs are
affected even slightly is, to lay in a stock of
Schcnck's Pulmonic Syrup, Bchcnck'e Seaweed
Tonic and Schcnck's Mandrake Pills and go
to Florida. I recommend tbeso particular
medicines because I am thoroughly acquaint?
ed with their action. I know that where they
are used in strict accordance with my direc?
tions, they will do the work that is required.
This accomplished, naturo will do thu rest,
The physician who prescribes for cold, cough
or night-sweats, and then advises the patient
to walk or ride out every day, will be sine le
have a < orpse on his bunds before long.
My plan is to give my three medicines, ir
accordance with the printed directions, ex?
cept in borne eases where a freer use of thc
Mandrake Pills is necessary. My object is t<
give Ioho to tho stomach- to get up n good
appetite, lt is always a good sign when :i
patient begin.-" lo grow hungry. I have hopci
i of such. Willi a relish for food and tin
gratification of that relish conies good blond
' and with it more flesh, which is closely fol?
lowed by a healing of tho lungs. Then th?
I cough loosens and abates, the creeping chilli
\ and clammy night-sweats no longer prostrat<
ami annoy, and the patient gets well, provid
cd he avoids taking cold.
Now there arc many consumptives who hint
nut the means to go to Flurida. Thcquestioi
may he asked, is there no hope lor such'
Certainly there is. My advice to bitch is. vin
ever has been, to stay in a warm room dnriiu
thc winter, with a temperature of aboit
seventy degrees, which should ho Ucp
regularly at that point, by means of a thur
momcter. Let such a patient take his ex
erciac within the limits of the room hy walk
ing up and down as much ns his strength wii
per Hi lt, in order to keep up a healthy circula
lion of the blood. I have cured thousand!
hy this System, and can do so again. Con
sumption is as easily cured ns any otho
disease, if taken iu time, and tho proper kin?
of treatment, is pursued. Thc fact stand
undisputed on record that Schcnck's Pulmo
nie Syrup, Mandrake I ills, and Seaweed Toni
have cured very many of what seemed tobi
hopeless ciiHcs of consumption. Co wber
you will, you will he almost certain tn lim
some poor consumptive who hus been rescuci
from the. very jaws nf death by their use.
fio far as tho Mandrake Pills are concerned
everybody should keep a supply of them Ol
hand. They act on the liver better than e:.lo
mel, and leave none of its hnrtlnl effects be
hind. In fact, they are excellent in ali eau
where a purgative* medicine is required. 1
you havo partaken too freed) of fruit am
diarrhiea ens ii es, a dose of tho Mandrake
will euro yon. If yon are subject to ?iel
headache,take a dose of the Mandrakes am
they will relievo you in two hours. If yoi
would obviate the effect of a chango of wat el
or the lou free indulgence in finit, tal;
i?ne of tin-Mai.drakes i vi ry night or ever
other night, and you may lin n iii ink wau
and eat watei melons, pears, lippies, plum?
peaches or corn, w it bout i bo n-k of hi lng *i<
by them. They will protect those who live i
damp situations against chills und fever*
Try them. They uro perfectly hininlcst
They ran do you good univ.
I have abandoned mv pr?fest inn ul vi.-its i
Boston and New York, hui eon)II.tie to te
patient* at my oilier. >;?.. li> N. MX 1 ll stn i i
Phihidelpiii-.i, every Saturday Irom ;?M. t
"P.M. ThoHo who y.isli a thorough exam!
nation with the Hespiiniiu ter will he cbi'i'gi
live dollars 'Tho Itespiroiiuter dt clari s th
ox ucl condition of thc lung*. ii lid patient* ea
readily li am whotln r tin y are em able or not
Bul 1 desire i: distinctly undi rt. t nod ll" ? lb
value of my medicines iV-pi mis ? lui: . :_\ np.o
their bi ing taken sn ii tiy according lo iliret
lu con -lusion, I will say that when person
lake my medicinen and' lln.il' i-ystim* ar
brough I into healthy condition tberebi
tiny arc md io liable lo iake cold, yet no uti
with diseased lungs can 1 < ar a teddi n chang
of atmosph?re with.?nt the liability of great?
ur less in italion of ibo bruni bini tubes.
Full directions in all languages nceompr.ii
my medicines, so explicit : nd clenrtbnl ?un fin
can use tin in without consulting mo, olid ca
bu bought from anv druggist.
.1. II. SC 11 EN CK, M. I)..
No. 15 N. SIXTH street, Philadelphia.
ATAGIC POWDEH for cleaning Gold, Hilve
_LYJL &?., ton couts per box.
Tripoli, for eleauing Brass, Silver,Gold, Ac
ten couts per paper.
Hath Brick for cleaning Cutlery, Ac.
Sept 2 J. Si T. lt. AGNEW.
aa- f Largest and moat complete] ~ffti
jj?f j Manufactory of Doora, Sashes, ~T?a
gar | Hlinds, Mouldings, Ac, in the "Xii.
jjry I Southern States. J
Printed Price Lisi defies com pel it ion.
Send for ono. Sont free on application.
T. F. DUODIE. ll. It. UUDOIXS. U. C. nt'UOINS.
BRODIE & CO.,
Factors and Oommission Merchants,
Korth Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
LIRERALartviincos made on Consignments.
Reforto ANDREW SI M ON DH, Esq., Presi?
dent 1st National Rank, Charleston, S. C.
Aug 21 Hmo
COL.?JMUIA, SOUTH CAKOL.1NA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed hy any
House in tho South for corn
_ Tfort and healthy locality, is
now open to Travelers and others seeking ac?
commodation. Families can bo furnished
with nico, airy rooms on reasonable terms.
"A call is solicited." My Omnibus will bo
found at thc different depots.
Nov 3 WM. A- WRIGHT.
Bargains in Clothing nt HOKE'S.
OYSTERS ARD GAME.
jffSx /""Y O?n?AliO?NiBlnor
^^L?r?3?r, *nd OYSTERS, HP*L
^3!mr GAME, FISH, etc., can
bo obt aioed at aR boure. Dinners^
and Suppers furnished at ehort notice, and
n tho beBt stvlc. Giveua a trial.
?'AYSINGER A; FRANKLIN,
Oct ll Exchango Restaurant.
The Pollock House
i /?r^. / \ TIAS bcon overhauled
%?\i<>/am\ fitted up for tho win-?4raBK
^?&f tersoaaon. OYSTERS, ^Jg*1^
FISH and GAME servid up in tho usual stylo.
Tho Private LUNCH ROOM has bein refit?
ted, and guests mav expect proper attention.
I Oct 12 T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
j E8TABU8BEO 1811.
! C O SI?IMGS
Booksellers and Stationers,
202 Baltimore sired. Baltimore,
HAVE thc largest and best assorted stock in
the city of School. Medical and Law. and
I Dental, Classical and Miscellaneous ROOKH.
I An immense supply ot general Dank and
Coimting-Uou.se STATIONERY. Plank Rookh
made to order in any stylo of Rinding and
i Tho same careful attention given to Order.?
aa to personal purchases. Inside Figures al?
ways. Send for Catalogues, A c. 8cpt 111 3mo
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING put my machine in operation, I
now inform tho public that 1 am ready
to supply any and allorders for ICE. Pricotwo
couts per pound by tho retail. ForlCOpounds
or more, agreements will bo mado. Tho leo
can bo obtained at oitbor tho uppor or lower
storer_J. C. SEEGERS.
TORN and defaced GREENBACKS, NA?
TIONAL RANK MONEY and FRAC?
TIONAL CURRENCY bought at a small dis
cunut at THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS RANK.
Oct 23 A. G. RRENIZER, Cashier
Seltzer Water on draft, n t POLLOCK'S.
12,000 LBS. BACON, 500 BB LS. FLOUR,
500 BUSHELS CORN, 150 SACKS SALT,
100 BBLS. WHISKEY,
-A.* Friglitfnlly O?UGI Prices.
Also, have juet made LAUGE ADDITIONS to our Btock of IIA HD WA HE, in all its
variety, wi.?eli we ofurat uupic-ridtnttd T>I ic? B. We expected (o li ave bun in our now
Store ere. the arrivnl of Miete Corde, und, heirg disappointed, they will bo offered BELOW
L?RICK & LOWRANCE,
H. E. NICHOLS^ & CO.,
DST ESTABLISHED 1845. "?a
Oldest and Leading Insurance Agency
Of Central and Northern South Carolina.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of London and Edinburtj. Incorporated 1S09. Assets in Cold, ?14,200,000.
11A RTFORB INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford. Conn. Incorporated IMO. Assets, ?2,100,LOO.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of New York. Incorporated 1852. Assets, $2,839,122.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Nen- York. Incorporated 1850. Assets, 82,017,809.
GEO RC IA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Columbus, (?a. Incorporated 1859. Assets, $500.000.
rilliE above aie among thc oldest and bist cstablkhed Companion in the country. Their
_IL a*np!u As? ts and thc imputation tiny have long id ncc acquire il ns prt n<? t muijoir dealing
Companies, aro thc bot guaranties ol their safety and honorable conduct in' the future.
LOSSES adjusted and paid at Ibis Agency.
Nov 13 :bno
Insure with H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
Ollice in Saving*' Dank Building, Columbia, S. C.
NEW MUSIC STORE,
CITIZENS SAYINGS BANK BUILDING, TAYLOR, NEAR MAIN ST.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ American Piano Forte,
tu their peculiar construction, cnn be seen at nur rooms. Will niuo liicp second-hand 1 innes
for eulo. We are also agents for (he BURDETT CO RI li IN.Vi ION Ol.CAN. the greatest suc?
cess of (bongo, ?several of thc instruments have been disposed of in tho State, and have
given universal satisfaction. We cordially invite (he profession and the musical public gen?
erally, to call ami examine lh< sc wonderful im ti mut ute.
m? ? WE have also added a BltAKS BAND
A.?* mf? flS?l ?ffe) A DE PA UT.MK NT to our establishment
A-^^8& W ^TEST ??^* ^ ar<! enabled to furnish everything
fcJR^?^ lint flM ?? *v needed in that line, either of Brass O?
^~?5DO '?S ?9 Viv wvff fi^ Q-? ?* Oerman Silver. (Completo sets of these
?t ?fr ?a ml nf jy,! p'.'i ' instruments may bo seen at our rooms,
f*E$>?Ps vf ILL-- *l-*-""*"^??_^ yj W;l together with Suss Drums, Snare Drams,
jill iL Stick?, Snares, Drum Ueads, Cymbals,
-i. , *' Our stock of Musical merchandize ora
lli^S>> *. f- <k I'".?COB everything in tho Music lino, such
^ fjv ns Violine, Hows, Concertinas, Flutes,
c?-\ ?. ? cv"?5 s?J^ - ' Cuitnrs, and everything pertaining to a
v?j A?S. Btv? IxL' .?-'.?g-"t Musical instrument. Sheet Music always
/Kj i?ftl 2?rai t)-3 j?t 4w ''" hand, or furnished nt short notice.
rw l?wfc^Vi^ln U Musical instruments of all kinds repaired
UL?**^H7 r*K/ lui y v cither for Brass or (Quadrille bands, hu
?H\ .. JJiL- * s ny number of hod minent s
lUw*^ Our Ci um hoom is neatly titted np for
il.. ..<..? , m nu id at iou nf Laities, and we cmdially in\?tc i hi m io call n lid i yinni ne our Piano?.
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JOI JA. H X> -^TV A H.E ,
Il ART?& CO.,
w a o K s A i. y o. 3 u // .i Y ?\ E S TR K E T,
li EPA l i CORNEH KING AND MAKE ET STREET?.
'. II All liI?:.-TO.\. S. ( .
Ascents for Fairbanks' Standard Scales
BU?DiCS'8 NATIONAL HAY CUTTER.
IIKAI.I ?s I>
A.iii .ti- in i j . ?" r ? ? ?i i M
Cl?ENS? SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards "Received,
-? ? -
IN TER EST ALLO WED A T TEE EA TE 0
SEVEN PEE CENT. PED ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIN
MON TH S ON A CCO UN TS.
Wm. Marlin, President.
John Ii. Palmer. / vice-Presidents
John P. ThomaB, f VlC0 L rea"utubL
A. G Bronizcr. Cashier.
John G. E. t?milh, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kel), F. W. McMabter, John P. Thomas. E. H.
HeiuitBb, Jobn D. Palmer, ThomaB E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. MaycB, Newberry.
13. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Haven el, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may boro deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustees
wishing to draw interest en their funds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
?ums for their children, and Married Women
and Minora (whose deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
'?heir legal representatives,) withing to lay
aside funds for futuro uso. aro hero afforded
un opportunity of depositing their means
Where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho same timo, bo subject to withdrawal when
needed. Auer 18
CONSISTING in part of HUBS,
?/Fi*"Jgy"L^SpokcB, Felloes, Shafts, Wbeols,
&?&t?!?tSp* Poles, Bolts, Malleable Castings,
w Fifth wheels, liando, Enamelled
Leather, Dash Leather, Patent and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Carpet, Lining Nails. SpringB,
Axles, Firo and other Iron, Daub Frames,
Paints, Oils, Carrirgo Varnishes, Ac., Ao.
Our stock of tlieso goods ia second to none in
Columbia, and those desiring to purchase-,
xiii save money by calling on
Sept ll_J. & T. B. AGNEW.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO.,
COMPANY Snors, N. C., August 29, 1870.
@^ rarsssgffia ON and after THUR8
CT^ia^riAY September 1, 1870,
trains will bo run over this Road in accordance
With the following time-table:
Trains East. TrainB West.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 7.00 p m 7.40 a m
Salisbury.9.3-1 p m 9.89 p m 5.00 a m 5.05 a m
Oreensb'ol2.:i() a ni 1.15 a m 1.10 a m 2.00 am
Co. Shops 2.36 am3 00 am 10.49 p m 11.25pm
Hillsboro' 4.13 am 4.15 am 9.83 pm 9.85pm
Raleigh .. .0.32 a m 7.00 a m G.68 p m 7.15 p m
Goldsboro 10.50 a m 3.00 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotte daily, at 3.30 p. m., and ariives at
G.30 a. m. W. H. GREEN. Mae, Trana.
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Hoad
4tj*SMa,*<ttg,jt instant, the TasBenRor
Trains will go down on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Spartanburg
Court House, at 7-20 A. M., and arriving at
Alston 1.35 P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAY'S
and SATURDAYS, will leave Alston at 9.50 A.
M., and arrive at Spartan bur jr at 3.40 P. M.
THOMAS B. JETER, President.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 1, 1870.
ES?*Tr"*!Tr"""^^5P 0N n,id nfter tl,?s
HgBU^IiSEJSgjdatc. the followinc
schedule will be run tinily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Trains nu South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Trains
going South on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a. m.
" Alston. 8.40 a. m.
" Newberry.10.10 a. m.
" Cokesbui y. 145 p. ra.
Helton. 3.30 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 5 00 p.m.
Leave fi reen ville at. 5 45 a. m.
" Belton.7.23 a. m.
" Cokesbury. 9.05 a.m.
" Abbeville.8.00 a. m.
" Newberry.12 35 p.m.
" Alston_. 2.10 p.m.
Arrivent Columbia.3.45 p. m.
Dee 1_JOHN H. MORE, General Sup.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
msET-r-w Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
?ftaBSwtgari? " Pendleton.5.20 "
'? Parryville.6.00 "
Arrive at Walhalla._7.00 .?
Leave Walhalla.3 30 A. M.
" IV-rrvville. 4.15 *'
Arrive at Anderson.6.15 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
oflup train on Greenville und Columbia Road.
July 31_W. H. I). PAILLARD, Sup,
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1. 1870.
#32 ' ^.^".-SUftCi ON and ni ter THIS DAY,
M%&cSS%?n!SH?i?tho Passenger trains over
this Road will run ns follows:
Leave Charlotte, N.C., at. 8 20 a. m,
" Columbia, S. C., nt. 3.45 p.m.
Arrive AugliMa, at. 8 60 p. m.
Leave Align-1fi, at. fi.00 a. iii.
Columbia, S. C.. at.11.45 a. m.
Arrive Charlot W , N. C. at. 6 30 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION THAIN, l't'NPAYs KXCH1ED.
Leave Columbia.10.10 p. nv
\rrrive at Augusta. 7.00a.m.
Leave Augusta. C 30 p. m.
Arrive at Columi in.4 15 a. m.
close ci uneetions inaih r/ft Greensboro and
Kiehmi iid .'ind Aeqsiin t'leek. and rio liti'rigli
Weldon ah 1 Tay Line, ihioiigb Tickt ls sold
niiij baggage ehcckei! to all points North,
South, ?liol Wi -t.
pi i c BOIJKNIGIIT, Sn perin li t.dcnt
Kp?Miros, call ?it POLLOCK'S.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S CV, MAY 13, 1*70.
pWja% tPKYi'7- .- -.' ON and after Stin
<aym.??tfisfc^g^jfe ss day, 151k May, the
i'i'.MO'i'.gf r Trabis ii!.<->: tho Soiiih Carolina
llmli'oud will inn the tollowing schedule:
1 III: CHAKI.KSTON.
r.eave Coliimhiii.7.45 a n<
Arrive at Chai ?estol:. 3 ."l1 p m
Leave Chm Jcstoii.8 .'!<? m
' i rive ut Columbi).I 10 j' ni
i.i ?ive Cohtmhiii.7.45 n ci
Arrive nt August. l p ni
Leave Augusta. . SCO a ta
A ri Ive al Columbia.4.10 p ir
Nidir: ex Muss THAIN (??"PAYS i >.n ITU)).
Leave ? 'olumhla.7.50 p r.
Ai rive ul Cliiirle.<t<?i,. 0.45 a it
Ai rivi-a: \ngu.-lii... 7.05 am
I i av? Cl i ti I li sion.7.3(1 p m
I.eave Angosta . .<"> 00 p ni
Arrive at Columbia.6 00 a m
CASI OKU '1 HAIN.
Camile:! r.ml Collin hin Paescngci Trail s
will run Moiidayu, Wedin sdrijsaiul Sa tm du; t :
mid liotwecn Camden and Ringville daily.
Leave ('ninden.(>.;i">n m
Arrive al Columbia_ .11.00 a ni
Leave Columbia.-1.00 p ill
Arrive at Camdi ::.5.10 p m