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POD LI an ED BAILY AD? T?l-WEEHLI.
KVEHY WEDHEDDA? XOBHIHO.
HY JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOU AVD PBOPBIBTOB.
?ffloe on Hain Street, above Taylor.
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ion promptly and faitkfalJy attended to.
Inserted in the Daily at 75 cents per aqnaro
Tor tbo first and 50 cents each subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by tue week,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Daily, six months, ti 00; Tri-Wookly, 2 5( ;
Weekly, 1 50.
Tho Four Kings.
BY WILLIAM WALLACE.
King Cotton looked forth and his fields wore
And his arra felt strong and his eye looked
Through tho flcccc-covcred stooks ho saw un?
A marvelone vision of yollow gold.
Ho! Bub leets, ho said, to your heida and bear
Tho gathered wealth of a summer's care;
So they stripped their lands of the harvest
Till the stalks looked black in tho autumn
And thoy counted their bales till tho figures
Their wealth in pieces and pounds of gold.
Thon thoy looked at their fields, now stripped
And they Bald, "Wo must buy to oat and wear."
King Corn, in tho West, saw his fair domain
In tho autumn san wave its milcB of grain,
And dotting his pasturoH and fields were scon
Sleek herds where tho grass grow lush and
What, hoi my Bubjocts, my stalwart mon,
King Cotton in calling to ns again 1
And they gathered their golden oars with a
Till their plothoric cribs stood heaped and
And tho King of tho South to those men of
For their golden ears sent his golden coin.
And the King of tho Loom and Spindles, thon,
From his Eastern throne hailed his million
What, hoi my subjects, como forth from your
Send tho thrill of steam through your cun?
Weave your costly raiment, your carpets rare,
For the King of tho Golden Fleece to wear,
And the spindles whirled and tho shuttles
Weaving their woofs of every hue,
Which they rolled in many a "glossy fold.
To tempt from tho King his Southern gold.
From his Northern homo the Kailroad King
Culled his subjects forth at tho anvil's ring;
What, ho! my subjects, the Cotton King needs
Our iron roadB and their lightning steeds;
Let ns ase our wealth, aud tho sum twico
Will roll from the South in yellow gold.
And them) iron steeds on tho prairies gleam
With their liamena of Btcel and their reins of
And our gold rolls back, and ita magic ring
IB heard in tho halls of the Railroad King.
King Colton looked forth again and knew
That his fielde were bare and his coffers too.
The New York lady correspondent of
the St. Louis Republican goes into ecsta
cies over a flounco eighteen inches deep,
a berthe and a handkerchief of the rich?
est old point, for which tho price is
$2,600. The pattern is a wilderness of
roses and buds and leaves. These seem
to lay upon the beautiful gronnd-work;
she petals of the roses fold each over the
other. But when breathed npon, tho
whole flower lifts from tho lace and the
leaves Btir for an instant and then settle
into their places again. It is a wonder?
ful piece of lace.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For nil the purposes of a Iiaxr.??vo
?v Perhaps noon - iii,-, li
Ajyv cine 1.4 sn uiiivei'i ? l'y
y^f bo'ly as n cut lui ri ir.,
CT^ge==i===j^iRL nor Vus ever anj !?.?
^?'"'gsp^fesT?.,gfiffi fire <o univers:-1!
t TS/ edoptcd into HM?, Iii
i /\ Sat?/ overv country I
LAV97^1J^P/ among all niasses;
^".W this un jd hti( ?iii i -,
fccluul remedy than any i ?r. Those w :.-. ,
tried it, know that ii euro I them ; in<--> in 1' . r
not,know thnl it curb* llicirnelghbors and '.: -. :
and all know that what ll lices once i: do
ways-Unit it never full* through iii nil... ni..
gleet of it > conipot ilion. V, e have thousands ii; ..n
thousand* ofeertitir.nie nf their remark a hie ri ivs
of tin? following complaint*, lint snell mrc ire
known in evey neighborhood, ?md we nts-d not
publish til .m. Adapted i?> ul! ages and condition.'
in al! climates ; containing neil her caloincl iiorany
deleteriousdrug,they maybe taken willi mftrty
by anybody. Their s.iigur-couling preserve? ihc?i
ever irc.-h,und makes liiciuplcn ant lo take, v lille
being purely vegetable,no barm can avise boin
their u.-e in any quantity.
They operate liv (lielrp.iwe.rfui influcnec on lh<>
aiternnl vDcciii lo purity Mic bio >d mid stimulate
it Into healthy aclion-"remove Mic ohs! ructions
of thu stomach, bowel4', liver, and other nr-.Mii- nf
:hc body, reclining their irregular action t., health,
..ml by corred lng, wherever they exist, .-ndi <!e
rawrenieiitg us ur? tlic ||r*t origin ol' di.-o.v-e.
Minute direction.? are given in thc wrapper OH
She box, for thc following complaints, whlr.li lin .vu
t'illk rapidly cure: -
l "oi iii ?ji.-jii.il- or a ii??;,r?-ot??,?i. sa?iii^.^
?<.???. I.'.iux'iiiir.iiiil K.osH nf Ai?ii<-?ite.limy
kimi!ld he taken moderately to stimulate the -t?ui\.
adi, and restore its lieiillhy lone uni I action.
For Livor Comptai JW and its vari,ni- symp?
tom*, nilioiiN lfl<>;?<lucljo. hi?l, S3?-.i-.S
:.4 ir. Jlutiuilire or <>i'<-?-m Miefen?'**, iii I
Ion? Colic and IMllou* Fever., they sh-UtM
tie Judiciously taken for each ca.-c. to eu.'ree: th?
di-cascd uctiou or remove Hie nb.-midimi- which
For Dysentery or XMarrbwa, bul i i;r
tr.ild dose ic generally required.
Por ltlit-niuutlam, (.'ont, Gravel. I*ul
plfttftoii of fha Heart, l?uin III th**
.*l?le, it.x i. and LoiiiM, thev should be i-oiillii*
m-u.-ly taken, aa required, to change tho di.-ca. cd
action ol Um system, with such change those
For Droimy and Dropsical RT* ol I lu tri
Uu.y ..?.Mild nc taken in largo and frequent ilotes
:o prodm e Ino effect of a drastic purge.
r or Muppreaslon a large dose should bu
laken as il produces thc desired effect by i-vin
As a Dinner 7*1/7, take one or two 1'Hls ia
promote digestion and relieve pie stomach.
An ?eca.-ional dose stiintilatcs the stomach nud
bowels into healthy action, rcslorcs the n|ipdile,
and invigorates the system. Hence it ls ellen ad?
vantageous where no serious dcrangenienl exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often linds that a
dean of these 1'itls makes him feel decidedly bet?
ter, from their demising and renovating effect on
thc digcbtive apparatus.
JOr. J. C. A YJCIt <fr CO., rractleal Chem ?.sta,
l?OWXliL. M AS fi., U. 8. A.
Dec 0 fi> [Aug oj ?. H. Ml Ol', Agent
Bagerine. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties
A FULL SUPPLY constanta on hand and
for salo low, by J. A T.* B. AGNEW.
2rr BB LS. choice Table POTATOES, for
*J sale lbw. EDWABD fiOPE.
O il BAT.
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Age.
ERS ia prepared
from tho original
now in poBBoeaion
of the proprietors
and ia the aatno
waa UBcd in Ger?
many upwards of
a centnry ago;to?
day is household
remedy of Germa?
by its most emi
..*.. neut physicians.
GREAT GE?MAN BITTERS
Is composed of (lie purest alcoholic essence of
Germany's favorite beverage, impregnated
with tho juices and extracte ot rare herbu,
roots and barkn; all of which combined make
it ono of the best and surest preparations for
the cure of
Dyspepsia, Doss of Tone in thc Stomach and
Digestivo Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constipation,Liver Complaint,
Oencral Exhaustion, and na a
P HE VEN Tl VE IOU VlllLLb AND FEVER
MALABIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TEBS tho bust tonio known for the diseasesto
which they aro generally subject, and whcro a
gentle stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March 16,1870.*-'
Messrs. Jacob Ltppnian <fc Ero., Savannah.
Ga.-GENTS: I have boforo mo your esteemed
letter of tho 14th iust., containing varions
documents relative to your "German Bitters."
After a careful examination I must confess
that your Bitters ?B really what you reprosent
it to bo, an old German rccipo of Dr- Mitch
erlich. of Berlin. Prussia. It will no dnubtbo
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventive of
chills and fever. I lind it to bo a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MlLT.s, GA., March 22,1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippnwn ?? Ero., Erugnists,
Savannah, Crn.-GENTLEMEN: I have intro?
duced your Great German Bitters hero to mv
customers and friends, and I lind better sale
for it than any 1 have ever kept before. Thone
who have tried it approve of it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in faying that "it ?H far
superior in value to any othor Bitters now in
use. Yours, respectfully, W. KIRKLAND.
Wholesale Agents for State of South Cai nli
na-DOWIE, MOISE * DAVIS, HENRY BIS
CHOFF & CO., G LACIOS &, WITTE. STEF?
FENS, WERNER S? DUCKER, Charleton,
Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER A
MCGREGOR'S, Druggists. June 2 ly|?
Thc Great Medical Discovery I
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
rp Hundreds of Thousands
^~ Dear testimony to their Wonder- in ?3
o o fol Curativo Effects. g s~o
III WHAT ARE THEY?|=2
Cfc g T?lEV ARE NOT A VILE <g 5 5
?a FAN CY D R i N K.Pl?
M i-!o i-f Pour Run:. Wfilwtccjr, Proof
Sllil'itSII ml ll rfu.-:- I.lfjtull's.*.<>? te.rrd.t plc.-A
u'.il bwcetesic-l\'< pleat IV t:. ' \ railed Ten?
i?- Aj.pctl/.'-! ." .. I! rtii," Ulai lead
lii? tippler on i.i druid?' issi1;, bul arc
v Merildin., m:..;.. fi"??i?i :..c Nutty; Itnot.' :;:> t
:...'.-.>i (.ii:?'i lia, Cree from ni? Alcoholic
Si lin II In sus. : :? . .... i: - Ult KAT BLOOD
LM'RIKIK:: omi I.IFI: CIVINI. PICIN
ClCl.Ka per! ..? Iles ivi.tor andInvfcoratoi of
tv :'}.:? I:I, car ty i ?j; |:o!sor.oi:s matt . ... ?'.
l-l-: .1 tu;.- l!iv "i.I '.O a lieu.ll.y r ?tsi'lt!??!:. v-i
person can take llirsrc Pl (cr* t'.ecovttit . l?.? ...
?;.?.> an'! munie Intttg uuw? !!.
Pur Iuflniiiiitiil?ry ned ('bronte II Sn t:
nttitlsni ned (.ont, D)*Hpet>?iItt ?r lud??
irrMlioti) Di 11 nus, Itriniiieiit nntl litter??
mitteilt Prvri"!?, I>lsi?n*rs ni*the Illood,
Liver, Kiduryi?, mid Kindtler, tv-u ?iit
iri'H liavo I iee a most successful. S II rb Dis?.
ccMi'g arc caused by Vitim eil Blond, which
!H generally produced by deraiigi-snetit "?" ti.?
D.ccHtlve Oms UM.
DYSPIiPSf A OR IK Ol O CST I??f.
Ri-adaclic.'Ptilti In the Rho it Iden, Coughs, Tlftit
iiei? of the Cliesl, Dizziness, keitr r.nu tulles ef
i' : btouiai'li,Pud ir.nt? la the Month Dillons At
tltCtCS, I'nlpUrt'on ?>f thc Henri, I nnsnitr.?ilnii ?>:'
tliv Lungs,Pula la thc regions nf the Kidney*,and
almiulrcd ntl.cr painful Eyuijitoir..-, .int tiic ? ti"?
" .??y invigorate! (lie Stostiacli and *ilir.n?ntc ibo
torpid ?Iver and Im??!?;, willett milder I tie tts nf un
oiptaUrd crtli ney In vlnaitfelrig titu binnu ot' ull
impurities, and Impartial' Uew lil's auu vigor to
FOTI SIC IN l>ISBAHK8, F.rnpUeni..TelU>r,
Kuli Ulteit in. Plot dion, Spots, Pimple?, Pustules,
H ?:i!', Carbunclos, Ullis-Worms, (icald-IIcad, Hore
Ky?s,??ryelp??lu?, Iloli, Scurf?, lilricoloratlona ni
I?IC !i;hi, nunn.ra ami Diseases ofilia Sl.!r?, nf
w!i:i*.<;ver . itttit.? ur nature, arc literally dug :r,i
MK.i irriud out of Hut syf-tctn lu a i-!i<?rt timi by
t:.. nf tilt-*? Utlierp. (u;?i linttlr in .-nt!i
? .:M ? vrltl con? inc ? iii" w'w t Incredulous ot ile ir
Clitinsc ibo Vitiated Blooi? wliehevcr j'o'i find
lui i.i.puritii ? liiirstlng l!iroui;li tv F'-J:-. In Pim?
pits, Kriiptliiie? >?! i^irch; clcansell wlifu yost
ftiul it nliMriieled aii?l blnggi?li In the vcit.s;
rt?anse ii when it is foul,-and your feelings \tl'.l
tell yon when. Keep tim bloo.l piire, and tito
health ofilia nyatistn Will follow.
TIN, TA PBund "tlicr WOIt.Mf*, lur!;ii in
lin pj'^fcinof so many tlionsandit, are eltoctimliy
liestrnyed und r? mored. For full direction?, rend
carefully thc rircular around each hollie.
J.WAI.Kr.R. Proprietor. R. II. MCDONALD ?t
DniK^lsIs and Oen. AgenM, San Franel^oo,
Ca!,,and r.Jand :?i Commerce Ptrect, N't-w York.
fa?l.L> BY ALL IJIIUOCISTS AND DEALERS.
Doe, 2B 114*11 ly
A Desirable Store to Rent.
fTUIE STORE ROOM, now occupied by
JL Messrs. Derick ?t Lowrance as a hardware
and grocery establishment, ia now offered for
rent. This is a vory desirable stand, situated
on Main street in tho midst ot busiueeu, oppo?
site the PIIIKSIX oflioe. Innnirc of
Oct 25 E. ll. REINITSII, at Drug Store.
H3f Dr. Schcnrh AdTlneo Condnraptlves
to go to Florida In Winter.-Having for.
the last thirty-five yeera devoted ray wholo
time and attention to tho study o? lung dis
esses and consumption, I feel that I under?
stand fully tho oourso that, ought to bo pur?
sued to restore a tolerably bad case of diseased
lungs to healthy soundness. The tiret and
most important stop is for tho patient to
avoid taking oold, and the best of all placoB
on this continent for this purpose in winter,
is Florida, well down in tho State, whore tho
temperature is regular, and not subject to
suoh variations aB in more Northern latitudes.
Falatka is a point I can recommend. A good
hotel in kept ibero by Potorman. Laet win?
ter I Haw several persons there whoso lungs
had been badly diseased, but who, nndor tho
healing influence of tho climate mid my medi?
cines, wore getting well.
One hundred miles further down the river
is a point which I would prefer to Palatkii, au
the temperature ix more even and tho air dry
and bracing. Mcllonvillc and Enterprise aro
located there. I should give a decided pre?
ference to Mellonvillo. It is two milos from
river or lake, and it seems almost impossible
to take cold there. The tables ill Florida
might bo better, und patients complain at1
times, but that in a good sign, ns it indicates
A return of appetite, and when lld:* ?H tho casu
they generally increase in flesh, and then the
lungs must heal.
Jacksonville, Hihcrnia, Green jCovc, and
many other places in various parts ol Florida,
can be safely recommended to consumptives
in winter. My reasons for saying so are that
patients aro ICBH iiablo to take cold lhere than
where there is a ICBS oven temperature, aud it
ia not nocessary to say that whefo a consump?
tive person exposes himself to frequent colds,
ho is certain to dio shortly. Therefore, my
advico is, go well down into tho State, ont of
tho reach of prevailing EnBt winds and fogs.
Jacksonville, or almost any other of tho lo?
calities I have named, will benefit those wlto
aro troubled with a torpid liver, a disordered
stomach, deranged bowels, sore throat or
cough, but for those whoso lungs are diseased
a moro Southern point is earnestly recom?
For fifteen years prior to 18C9,1 was profes?
sionally in New York, CoBtou, Baltimore and
Philadelphia every week, where I saw and ex?
amined on au average five hundred patients u
week. A practico so extenpivo, embracing
every possible phase of lung discapc, has ena
blcd'mo to understand tho disease fully, and
hence roy caution in regard to taking cold. A
person may tako vast quantities of "Schenck's
Pulmonie Syrup. Seaweed Tonic und Man?
drake Pills," and yet die if he does not avoid
In Florida, nearly everybody is using
Schenck's Mandrake rills, for thc climate i*
more likely to produce bilious habits than
moro Northern latitudes. It is a well estab?
lished tact that natives of Florida rarely dio
of cousumpt ion, especially those of the Soul h
cm part. On tho other hand, in New Eng?
land, one-third, at least, of thc population
die of this terrible disease. In tho Middle
States it does not prevail so largely, still
there aro many thousands of cases tiaro.
What a vast per centage of life would be saved
if consumptives wer?? aa easily alarmed in re?
gard to taking fresh cold as they are about
scarlet fever, small-pox, Ac. Lut they are
not. They take what they term a little"cold,
which they aro credulous enongli to believe
will wear oft" in a low days. They pay no at?
tention to it, and hence it lays the foundation
for another and another still,until tho lungs
are diseased beyond all hope for cure.
My advico to persons whose lungs are
affected even slightly is, to lay in a stock of
Schenck's Pulmonie Syrup, Schenck's Seaweed
Tonio and Schenck's Mandrake Pillsand go
to Florida. I recommend these particular
medicines because I am thoroughly acquaint?
ed with their action. I know that where they
are need in strict accordance with my direc?
tions, they will do the work that is required.
This accomplished, naturo will do tho rest.
Tho physician who prescribes for cold, cough
or night-sweats, and (lien advises tho patient
lo walk or ride out every day, will be sure to
have a corpse on Iiis hands before long.
My plan is to give my three medicines, in
accordance with tho printed directions, i x
cept in some eases where a freer uso of tho
Mandrake Pills is necessary. My object is to
givo tone to tho stomach-to get tip a good
appetite. It is always a good sign when a
patient bpgir.s to grow hungry. I have hopes
of such. With n. relish for food and tho
gratification of that relish comes good blood,
anti with it more flesh, which is closely J :
lowetl hy a healing of tho lungs. Then Die
cough loosens and abates, the creeping chills
and clammy night-sweats no longer pro-?tate
and annoy, and tho patient gets well, provid?
ed he a voil!.-1 siting cold.
Now thoro ure many consumptives who have
not the means to ju to Florida. Thc question
may bo asked, is there no hopo for surhV
Certainly there is. My advice to such is. and
ever has been, tn stay in a warm room during
the winter, with a temperature of about
seventy degrees, which should ho kept
regularly at that point, by nu ans of a ther?
mometer. Lei such a patient take his i x
ercise within the limits of the room by walk?
ing up and down aa much as his strength wiil
?tern.it, in order to keep up a healthy circula?
tion ol the blood. J have cured thousands
by this system, and can do ao again. Con?
sumption is as easily cured as any other
disease, if taken in Unie, ard I he proper kind
of treatment ia pursued. Thc fact ?tI?lids
undisputed on record that Schenck's Pulmo?
nie Syrup, Mandrake Tills, and Seaweed Tonic
have cured very many of what seemed tobe
hopeless caaos of consumption. Go where
you will, you will bo almost certain to find
some poor consumptive who has been rescued
from the very jaws of death by their use.
So far aa Ibo Mandrake Fills are concerned,
everybody should keep a snpply of them on
hand. They act on the liver better than cu!o>
mel, and leave none of its hurtful effects be?
hind. In fact, (hoy are excellent in all case?
where a purgative* medicine is required, ll
you have partaken too freely of fruit ami
diarrhoea ensues, u dose of tho Mandrakes
will cure you. If you are subject to bick
headache, take a dose of iho Mandrake-B ant]
they will relievo jon in two hours. If you
would obviate tho tsffcot of a change of water,
or tho too free indulgence in fruit, take
one of thu Mandrakes every uight ur Cferj
other night, and you may then drink wat ci
und eat wateimelons, pears, apples, plums,
peaches or corn, without ' he risk of being s iel
by them. They will protect those who live ii
damp situations against chills and fevers
Try them. They ure Perfectly harmless
Tbey can do you good oi.lv.
I have abandoned my prn'esMonal vi.-itb I?
Boston and New York, bul continue to se<
patients Ht my oflieo. No. 15 N. KlXTU Street
Philadelphia, I very Saturday, ii om 9 A. Id. ti
3 P.M. Those who wish a "thorough exami
nation with tho Ki Spirometer will be oh argel
five dollars Tho Kespirotneter d?chire?, tb?
oxuet condition of tho lungs, and patients cai
readily karn whether they aro curable or not
Itut I desire it distinctly understood that tin
value of my medicines dopi mis entirely lipm
their being taken strictly according to' dirie
In conclusion, I will say that when pcrsmu
take my medicines and their systems ar?
brought into r. healthy ronditinii thereby
the y are not so liablo to lake cold, vt t no Oin
with diseased lungB can bear a sudden chang*
of atmosphere without Hie liability of great,
or less in ?talion of tho bronchial tubes.
Full directions in all languages accompan;
my medicines, so explicit and clear that any on'
can uso them without consulting me, and eui
be bought from any druggist.
J. H. BCHEKCK, M. D.,
No. 15 N. SIXTH -treet, Philadelphia.
Nov 19 +ly
COHJMOU, SOUTH CAltOLIK A.
THIS plcaaautly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
Boneo in tho Sooth for com
_Efort and healthy locality, ia
now open to Travelers and ot hern seeking ac?
commodation. Families can ho furnished
with nico, airy rooms on roaoonablo termo.
"A call ia solicited." My Omnibus will bel
found at thc different depots.
Nov 3_WM. A. WRIGHT.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING nut my machine in operation, Il
now inform the public that I am ready
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Frico two
con ts por pound by tho retail. For 100 pounds
or moro, aRrceme?ts will bo made. The leo
can be ob tallied at either thc upper or lower
atore._J. O. BEEPERS.
IBSON'8 OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
VT Eye WHISKEYS "thepurest and heut in
market.**' Also, a full stock or RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, of all grade?, always on hand
and for salo by_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Rio Co flee.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for salo low to
dealers bv EDWARD HOPE.
WILL bo found Invaluable for want of
Appetite, General Debility, Chilla ind
Fever aud Dyspepsia. For Bale by Drnggiala
and Grocers everywhere. Trncipial Donut,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
Charleston, 8. C.
For salo in ("ohm bia, H. C., wboloealo or
retail, bv II Ahl) Y SOLOMON and OEORGE
BYMMERS. Nov 20 f3mo
MAGIC FOWDEIt for cloauiug Gold, Silver,
?Vc., ten CCU lu per box.
Tripoli, for cleaning Brans, Silver, Gold, Ac,
len cents per paper.
Bath Brick for cleaning Cutlery, Ac.
Kept 2 . J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
H. & W. C. 5WAFHHLE1,
^^NOTHER lot of those popular Glengarry, Carrick r.ud King William CATE OVER?
.J boee Perfect-Fitting "White and Fancy SHIRT.1-.
Czar and Loe HATS, new atylet?.
Extra Vine English BROADCLOTH, for tine Dress Coats, ali of which will be sold itt low
J. I. k M. 1. Killi!
JgKO to call particular attention lu thc following li>t of goods, which are MARKED DOWN
to tm h ?cw ??puros, ai lo insure he ir speedy sale.
EMPRESS 6L0THS, POPLINS, PLA5BS
ALL WINTER DRESS MATERIALS.
Real Paisley SHAWLS, Wool Shawls, handsome Beaver Cloaks, low and medium priced
Cloaks, and All Winter Covering!-.
A h?rge stock of FURS, in sets and hinkle.
Heavy CASS1MERES, Beaver Cloths, BLANKETS, Flannels, LitiK-ye, Ac.
We have recently added io our CARPET, WINDOW SHADE and OIL CLOTH DEPART?
MENTS, whick good.- can be sold cheaper '.han earlier in the beacon.
Otu DOMESTIC STOCK is very large, to which we invite thc attention ot the closest buy?
er.-' Jan ll
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
ESTABLISHED 1845. -t&fl
Oldest and .Leading Insurance Agency
Of Central andNorthirn South Carolina.
y ORTH ?nansa AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMEAN r,
Of London and Ed i nb it rp. Incorporated 1800. Assets in Gold, $11,2U0.UU0.
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford, Conn. Incorporated 1810. Assets, S2,100,i.'00.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Veto York. Incorporated 1852. Assets, $2,330,122.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New York. Incorj)oraled 185G. Assets, $2,017,SG9.
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Columbus, Ga. Incorporated 1850. Assets, ?500.000.
rpilE above are among the oldest ?nd lest'established Companies in the country. Their
X iiwjde A$>tt* and the reputation they have long since acquired RF prc mpt n:rd Jair dealing
Companies,are tho best guarantees of tlieir taft ty and honorable conduct in thc future.
LOSSES adjnsRd and paid at this Agency.
Insure with H. E. NICHOLS & CO..
Nov 1.1 3uio Oflico in Savingii' Bank Building, Columbia, S. C.
NEW MUSIC STORE,
CITIZENS' SAVINGS HANK BUILDING, TAYLOR, NEAR MAIN ST.
h> tin ir peenliai const melton, cen bc FI MI at eur tooms! Will alan koep second-hand Fianna
for salo. We ere alt-0 ?genta for the BC 1.D1.TT COMBINA'! ION ORGAN, Hie greatest suc?
cess of (he age. Several of ?lie instruments hitve been disposed of in tho State, and have
given universal r.atii'factii-n. We cordially invite the piofession Mid the mnsieal public gen?
erali}, to call anJ t xumh.e th? se wendet fol inst t nm? nts.
A #K - WE have also added n BRASS BAND
A M JXi> ?5^ _ DEBAR I'M ENI' to ..ur establishment
_ S2;\ .VJi* <&f .??,.> ?nd uitabkd tu I tl miali everything
C=J&*^. Qr fls C^S <?? 'fet/ ? needed in that line, either of Brass or
^?Srg[ W *m German Silver, Complete feta of these
* ?- ?~ fi fl l?f Ml W**!? infiniment*? may be seen at onr rooms,
<?*?g&ffil If i:---- ' '. Ft. iouetber with Hans DrnniH, Snare Drums,
M* UB <A*~ .??.' IV' r*. Sticks, SnarcM, Drum lb ads. Cymbals,
. ^ ^ Our stock of Musical merchandize em
jiy^sjs- ., r\ bracea cvervtlibtg in tho Music linn, snell
\^gtS?- K'ti M1 HM Violins,' Bows, Concertinas, blutes,
KT Afo /*. - A, l"?v.'7/i Giiilars, and everything pertaining toa
?T iii gL JfiL. iSL "W* ?rn Musical Riwtriiment. Sheet Music alwayH
^^TOf ^ i Vi /'^l W J*f>-"~" and tuned, "will also arrange Vlueic
WL-^ftf RU InT 31 .? either for Brass or Quadrillo Bauds, foi
jL^ITff J)JL? any number of instrumenta.
4SL*<~ Onr Pi ino Room is neatly fitted up for
the accommodation of Ladies, and we oordiuilv invito them to call and examine our Pianos.
Nov y ; paaryqp \v. il. LVBRASD ?fe soi?.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTER EST A LLO WEI) A T THE Ii A TE O
HEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON UER TIFICA TES OF DEI'OUI T,
AND ?SIX PER CENT. COM
P O UNIJ ED E VER Y XIX
MON TUS ON A CCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John ii. rainier. I viea.Pr?hIdenta
John F. Thornaa, f YlC0 1 reBIdeuta
A. G. Breuizcr, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant ('ashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Htia
koli, F. W. McMaBter, John P. Thomas. E. II
Ueiiiitsh, John B. l'aimer, Thomas E. Gregg
J. Eli Gregg. Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. MaveB, Newberry.
B. II. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravcnel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, LaborerB, ClerkB, Widows, Or?
phan? and othcrB may hero deposit their sav
ingb and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trubicon
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they require them for busincps or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
suma for til cir children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aBide funds for fut (fro ueo. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
whoro they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho samo timo, bo subject to withdrawalwben
Winter Schedul? Spar'g & Union Hoad
KS na PgggggB'3 ON and after tho 24th
tBt^gBr-^^aar?' instant, tho Passenger
Trains will go down on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDA VS; leaving Spartanbnrg
Court Iloupo, at 7.20 A. M., aud arriving at
Alston 1.85 P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and SATURDAY8, will leave Alaton at 9.50 A.
M., aud arrive at Sparlanburg at 3.40 P. M.
THOMAS B. JETER, Prcaldent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 1,1870.
BUmm^BBiS? r? .S&3&
schedule will bo mu daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Trains on 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. S.40 a. m.
" New berry. 10.10 a. m.
" Cokcsbury. 1.45 p. nu
" Belton.3.30 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 5 GO p. m.
Leave Greenville st. 5 -15 a. m.
" Belton. 7.2:1 a. m.
*. Cokcsbury. 0.05 a. in.
" Abbeville.H.00 a. m.
" Newberry.12 35 p. m.
" Alston. 2.10 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 3.45 p. m.
Dee 1 JOHN H. MOUE, General Sup.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
PHBnsnaEn Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
WQBP*W* " Pendleton.5.20 "
?? PcrryvUle.6.00 .?
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 M
Leave Wallialla.3 30 A. M
?? Pendleton.5.30 "
Arrive at Anderson.6 15 M
Wailing at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of Sup train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
_ July 31_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Pnp,
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1,1870.
ES m s^soga,??? ?5 TIFTCR TU ?8 D A >*.
K^^?^??r?zlS?.^ thc Passenger trains over
this Road will run as lollows :
Leave Charlotte, N .C.,at. fi 20 a. rc
" Columbia, S. C., at. 3.45 p.m.
Arrive Augusta, at.- . 8.00 p. m.
Leave Augusta, at. 6.00 a.m.
Columbia, S. C., at._11.45 a. n>.
Arrive Charlotte, N. C. at. C 30 p. m..
ACCOMMODATION THAIN, SUNDAYS t.XCMTES.
Leave Columbia.10 10 p. m
Arrrivo at Augusta. 7 00 a. m,
Leave Augusta. 6.30 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.4.15 a. m.
Close connections made vin Greensboro and
Richmond and Acquis Crrek, and tfoRuleiph
Weldon and Bay Line. Through Tickets sold
and baggago chocked to all prints ?Cplth,
Souihj and Weat.
Septl C. BOUKKIGHT. Superir.h ndt nt.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAY 13, 1870.
ES??K?EIWiESS?P0N and aficr
?3^**\c^?S???!ljM.'* day, 16th May, the
l'asseugt r Trains upon tho Routh Carolins.
Railroad will run tho following schedule:
Leave Columbia. 7.45 a m
Arrive Rt Cbarloston. 3 30 p m
Leave Charleston.8 3ft a m
Zrrivo at Columbia.4.10 p m.
I Lravo Columbia.7.45 a nv
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
Leavo Augusta.8.00 a m
Arrive at Columbia.4.10p m
NIOI1T FXM1I.SS TRAIN (smiAYS r.XCi.rTFD).
Leave Colombia.7.50 p ? .
Arrive at Cbarloston. f .45 a in
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 a ni
j Leave Chaileston.7.30 p ni
Leave Augusta.0 00 p m.
I Arrive at Colombia.6.00 D ni
Camden and Columbia Taseerper Traine
j will run Mon da va, Wednesdays and Satmdavs;
and between Camden and Ringville daily;
Leave Camden.6.85a m
I Arrive nt Colombia.1100 a ni
j Leavo Columbia.1.00 p m
I Arrivo at Camdon..6.40 p n":
?hange of Schedule.
j OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO ,
CO.MI'ANV Snois, N. C., August 29, lb70.
I trains will be run over this Hoad iii accordance
I with tho following lime-table:
Trains East. Trains West.
ARltlVK. LEAVE. AllHlVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 7.00 p in 7.40 a m
Salisbury.0 31pm 9.89 y ni 5.(10 a m 5 C5 a ni
Grccnebol2 30 a ni 1.15 a m 1.10 a in 2.00 a ni
Co. Shops 2 3(1 am:} 00am 10.49pm 11.25pm
Hillsboro- I 13 h ni 4.15 ii m 9.33 p ni 9 35 p m
Haleigh .. .(> :'2 a m 7.GO a m C.58 p m 7.15 p m
Goldsboro 10 50 a ni 3 00 p ni
A Freight and Accommodation Train loaver
Charlotte da il v. at 3.30 p. m., and ari Ives at
f. ;:o ?. m. " W. ll. KRKKN, Mas. Trune.
_ CONSISTING in part of HUES,
^V?^M^ff^:-pokes. Felloes, Shafts, Wheels,
BjgpjBSp? Pol?n. Bolts, Malleable Castings,
, S8fc-Fifth VT keels, Bands, Enamelled
Leather, Dash Leather, ratent and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Carpet. Lining Naila. Springs,
Axles, Fire and other Iron, Dash Frames,
Taiotn, Oils, Carrirge Varnishes, 4c, Ac.
Our stock of these goods is second to none in
Colombia, and those dopiring to purchase,
./till?ave mottet/ by calling on
Bept ll J. fi T. R. AGNEW.
Norfolk oysters, 81.50 per gallon, ut
the POLLOCK HOUSE.