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COUNTING HOUSE CALENDAR-1871.
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OCT. ll 2
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81' I I i
The E'en Brings A1 Hame.
Upon the bills the wind iii dark and cold,
The sweet yonng grasses wither on tho wold, |
And we, O Lortll have wandered from thv
But evening brings us borne.
Among the mists we stumbled, and tho reeks
Where the brown lichen whitens, and the fox
Watches the straggler from tho scattered
But evening brings ns home.
Tho sharp thoruB prick us, and our tender j
Are cut and bleeding, and the lambs repeat
Their pitiful complaints-ob. rest is sweet
When evening brings us nome.
We have been wounded by thc hunter's darts;
Our eyes are very heavy, anti our hearts
Search for Thy coming-when the light de?
At evening, bring us home.
The darkness gathers. Through tho gloom
Rises to guide ne. Wo have wandered far
Without Thy lamp wo know not where we are;
At evening briDg us home.
The clouds are round us and the snow-drifts
O Thou, dear Shopherdl leave us not to sicken
In the waato night; our tardy footsteps quick?
At evening bring us home.
THE PRICE OF LIVING IN NEW YOHK.
It is stated in the New York papers that
the cost of living in that city is very ex?
pensive. The averago cost of a family
moving in respectable circles of society
and nsing the strictest economy amounts
to $25,000 or ?30,000. To keep house ou
Fifth Avenue requires from $50,000 to
$100,000 per annum. The cost of ser?
vants are, for a cook, called there a chef |
de cuisine, $1,200 a year with an assistant
at $25 per month. For a waiter $30 a
month, and he requires a female subor?
dinate "to wash Hp the silver," at $10
per month. Chambermaids cost $15 per
month, and a nurse, one for each child,
at the same figure. Each lady of the
household must have a lady's maid, at a
cost of from $16 to $20 per mouth.
Tiloso are the prices paid for servants by
persons who live in a plain manner.
A scientific leoturer on walking says
his experiments show that one side of
the body always tends to outwalk the
other side. It is not possible when the
eyes are shat to walk in a straight line
for any length of time, and it will bo
found where persons lose their way that
thev, almost invariably wander off to thc
right rather than to the left. Wo have
heard of a number of instances where
Radical members of Congress walked
alternately and abruptly to tho right and
left, with their eyes wide open. They
were experimenting, wo suppose.
WILL be found invaluable for want \o\
Appetite, Qoneral Debility, (.'bills md
Fever aud Dyspepaia. For sale by Druggists
and Grocers everywhere. Prncipial Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.,
Charleston, H. C.
For sale in Columbia, H. C., wholesale, or
retail, bv HARDY SOLOMON and GEORGE
Fresh Country Butter.
OAA LBS. COUNTRY PUTTER, for salo
?SHU by_ E HOPE.
2K BB LS. choice Table POTATOES, for
O unie-low. EDWARD HOPI'.
TORN and defaced GliEENBACKS, NA?
TIONAL BANK MONEY and FRAC?
TIONAL CURRENCY bought at a small dis?
count at TUE CITIZENS' .SAVINGS BANK.
Oct 23_A. G. URENIZER, Cashier
Hattorfs Bitters can bo obtained at
tho PoiiLOCK HOUSE.
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Age.
AL TERA TIVE~~ANTI-BILIO US and
AR-. GE UM AN BITT
'. , EES ia prop are d
> s from the original
v ( German receipt
7- now in possession
of tho proprietors
and is the same
was used in Ger?
many upwards of
a century ago;to?
day is household
remedy of Germa?
by its most emi?
GREAT GEK.MAN BITTERS
li composed of tho purest alcoholic essence ot
Germany's favorite beverage, impregnated
with tho juices and extracts of rare herbB,
roots and harks; all of which combined matte
it ono of tho best and surest preparations for
the euro of
Dyspepsia, Loss of Tone in Hie Stomach and
Digestive OrgauB, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constip?t ion, Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and us a
F HEY EH TI VE FOE CHILLS AND FE VEE
MALARI0?8 DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIFTMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS tho best tonic known for tho diseases to
which thoy aro generally subject, and where a
gentle stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March IC, 1870.*T
Messrs. Jacob Lipvman & Ero., Savannah,
Ga.-GENTS: I havoeefore mo your esteemed
letter of tho l?th inst., containing various
documents relative to your "German Bitters."
After a careful examination I must confess
that your Bitters is really what you represent
it to be, an old German recipe of Dr. Mitch
erlich. of Berlin. Prussia. It will no dnubtbe
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventive of
chills and fever. I find it to be a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTEB.
KIRKLAND MILLS, GA., March 22,1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman ? JSro., Druggists,
Savannah, Cu.-GENTLEMEN: I bavo intro?
duced your Great German Bitters hero to mv
customers and friends, and I find better salo
for it than any I bavo ever kept bofore. Those
who have tried it approvo of it very highly,
and I do not hesitato in saying tbnt "it is far
superior iu value to any other Bitters now in
use. Yours, respectfully, W. KIBKLAND.
Wholesale Agents for State of South Caroli
na-DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, HENRY BIS
CHOFF A CO., GLACIUS A WITTE. STEF?
FENS, WEBNEB A DUCKER, Charleton.
Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER A
MCGREGOR'S, Druggists. June 2 ly||i
Toe Great Medical Discovery'
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
s? Hundreds of Thonsands
Zzi Bear tosUmony to their Wonder- oe??
c0 ful Curative lillee ts. g 5 o
Il ?WHAT ARE THEY?|?2
eiS ? o?9
Cfc ? THEY ARE KOT A VILE <g % S
ft? FANCY DRINK.Pl?
Made of Poor ItUUI, Whiskey, Trocir
Spirits pnd It cfo so I,iijnorsdoctorcd,spiced
and sweetened to picaro tko tanto, callod"Tor.
ICF,""Appetizer:1," "Restorer?," AC, tliat lead
tho tippler oa to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a trii'j Medicine,made from Hie Native Hoots and
Herbs of California, free from ntl Alcoholic
Stimulants. Thoy arc the C. HEAT BLOOD
PUK I FI ER. and LIFE GIVING PRIN?
CIPLE a perfect Renovator and Invlgorator of
tho System, carrying ctr all r-oieonous matter and
reitorlug thc blood to n healthy condition. No
person can take thcec Ditter! according to direc?
tion and remain long unwell.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Itheti
ntatlsm nod Goar, Dispepsia or Indi?
gestion, IIUiotiH, Remittent and Inter?
mit? rm Fevers, Olneasra ol'the Hlood,
Liver, Kidneys, nutt Hlndocr, tlicso Hit?
ter? liava beca most successful. Hitch Dis?
ensos aro canted by Vitiated lllooil, which
la ircncrally produced by derangement el" thc
Dii****tl vo Oi'iruus.
DYSPEPSIA O lt 1 N DIGESTION.
Headache. Pain la thc Shoulder?, Cough*, Tight*
I:??? of t'.ic Chest, Dizziness, Poer P.ructaUotis tif
thc Stomach, Had last; i i thc Month Billons At*
tucki, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of
thc hang.?.Pal:: in tko regions of thc Kidneys,and
n hundred other painful symptom*, th? off*
Hirings ef Dyspepsia.
They Ir.vlgorr.i J the Stomach and ftlrculato :hu
torpid liver ?1:1.1 !.. w-l!-., which rendert'.ic:a ef u:>
r<|iialhd e?Ucacy i 1 ct urning dj blood of nil
isnpurltl-'s, an;l inputting :.sw life a.-.d vilorto
thc whole system.
PO It SKIN DISEASES, Srnptloas.Tctter,
Foll 1 theme,Blotches, S|iot.>, l'huplct, Pustule*,
Iti.ils, C-.rbnnclcs, Ring* Worms, Hcald-llcad, ioro
ryes. Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloratlont c:'
ih,' Skin, Humors and Diseases of tho Skin, of
w!ir.t>!Vtr nama or natur.*, r.rc literally dug
und carried out of tho system hi n short luce \.j
Vu usc of thes-; Hitters. (e:c bottle in tuc?i
esses will convince thc most Incredulous ef their
Clcatito tho Vitiated Wood whenever you And
il? Impurities bursting through the skin in Pim*
pict, Eruptions or Sores; cleanse lt when you
llnl it obstructed and sluggish in tho veins;
cleanse lt when lt \.> foul, and your feelings will
tell you When. Keep the blood pure and tho
health of tho r.ys'cm will follow.
TIN, TA PB and other WORMS, lurking In
thc system of ?0 many thousand?, aro effectually
destroyed ?itel rcniorod. For full direction?, read
carefully thc clrculur around each bottle.
J.WALKER, Proprietor. R. If. MCDONALD ?
Co., Druggists and Cen. Agents, fan Francisco,
1 Cn!, mu? 3.2 und SI Commerco Street. New York.
b(JLI> nv ALL DRUlKilsTS ANO DEALERS.
Dec 2H IUD ly
A Desirable Store to Rent.
1M1E STORE ROOM, now occupied by
. Messrs. L?rick A Lowrance as a hardwnre
and grocery establia' ? en t, is now offered for
rent. This is a very oesirable stand, situated
on Main strcot in the midst of business, oppo
eito tho PiitENix oflicc. inquire of
Oct 2f> E. IL HEIN1T8U, at Drug Store.
43* Ur. Bchcnclc Advises Comwaiitlves
to fjo to Florida In Winter.-Having fot
the last thirty-five years devoted my whole
time and attontion to the study of lung dis?
eases and consumption, I feel that I under?
stand fully the course th&t ought to bo pur?
sued to restore a tolerably bad caso of diseased
lungs to healthy soundness. The first and
most important stop is for tho pationt to
avoid taking cold, and tho best of all places
on this continent for this purpose in winter,
is Florida, well down in tho State, where tho
temperature is regular, and not subject to
Buch variations as in more Northern latitudes.
Palatka is a point I can recommend. A good
hotel is kept there by Petcrman. Last win?
ter I saw several perBons there whose lungs
had been badly diaeascd, but who, under tho
healing influence of thc climate and my medi?
cines, were getting woll.
Ono hundrod miles further down tho river
is a point which I would prefer to Falatka, as
tho temperature is moro even and the air dry
and bracing. Mcllonville and Enterprise are
located there. I should givo a decided pre?
ference to Mellunvillc. It is two miles from
river or lake, and it seems almost impossible
to take cold there. Tho tables in Florida
might? bo better, and patients complain at
times, but that is a goud sign, ns it indicates
a return of appetite, and when this is the case
they generally increase in flesh, and then tho
lungs must heal.
Jacksonville, Hibernia, Green Cove, and
mans* other places in various parts of Florida,
can bo safely recommended to consumptives
in wintor. My reasons for saying so are that
patients aro less liablo to tako cold there than
where there is a less even temperature, and it
is not necessary to Bay that whero a consump?
tive person exposes himself to frequent colds,
ho is certain to dio shortly. Therefore, my
advice is, go well down into tho State, out o?
tho reach of prevailing East winda 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 bowel?, Boro throat or
cough, but for those whose lungs aro diseased
a moro Southcru point is earnestly recom?
For fifteen ycarB prior to 18C9,1 was profes?
sionally in New York, Boston, Baltimore and
Philadelphia every week, whero I saw and ex?
amined on an average fivo hundred patients a
wock. A practico so extensive, embracing
every poseiulo phase of lung disease, has ena?
bled mo to understand tho disease fully, and
heneo my caution in regard to taking cold. A
person may tako vast quantities of "Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and Man?
drake Pills," and yet dio if he does not avoid
In Florida, nearly everybody ia using
Schenck's Mandrake Pills, for the climate ia
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, in New Eng?
land, one-third, at least, of thc population
dio of this terrible disease. In tho Middle
States it docs not prevail so largely, still
there aro many thousands of casca there.
What a vast per centago of life would bo saved
if consumptives wore as easily alarmed in re?
gard to takiug fresh cold as they aro about
scarlet fever, small-pox, Ac. But they are
not. They take what they 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 heneo it lays thc foundation
for another and another still, until the lungs
are diseased beyond all hope for cure.
My advice to persons whoso lungs aro
affected even slightly is, to lay in a stock of
Schenck's Pulmouic Syrup, Schenck's Seaweed
Tonic and Schenck's Mandrake Pills and go
to Florida. I recommend these particular
medicines because I am thoroughly acquaint?
ed with their action. I know that where they
aroused in strict accordanco with my direc?
tions, they will do thc work that is required.
Thia accomplished, nature will do the rest.
Tho physician who prescribes for cold, cough
or night-sweats, and then advises the patient
to walk or ride out every day, will bo sure to
have a corpse on his hands before long.
My plan is to give my three medicines, in
accordance with tho printed directions, ex?
cept iu some caBcs whero a freer uso of thc
Mandrako Pills ia necessary. My object is to
givo tone to tho stomach-to get up a good
appetite. It ia always a good sign when a
pationt begins to grow hungry. I have hopea
of such. With a relish for food and the
gratification of that relish comes good blood,
and with it moro flosh, which ia closely fol?
lowed by a healing of the lungs. Then the
cough loosens and abatea, thc creeping chilla
and clammy night-sweats no longer prosti ate
and annoy, and tho patient gets woll, provid?
ed he avoids taking cold.
Now there aro many consumptives who have
not tho moana to go to Florida. The question
may bo asked, is there ne hope for such?
Certainly there is. My advice to such is, and
ever has been, to stay in a warm room during
tho winter, with a temperature of about
seventy degrees, which should be kept
regularly at that point, by means of a ther?
mometer. Let such a patient tako his ex?
ercisc within tho limits of tho room by walk?
ing up and down as much as his strength wiil
permit, in order to keep up a healthy circula?
tion of tho blood. I nave cured thoneande
by this system, and can do eo again. Con?
sumption ia as easily cured SH any other
disease, if taken in time, and the proper kind
of treatment is pursuod. Tho fact stands
undisputed on record that Schenck's Pulmo?
nic Syrup, Mandrake Fills, and Seawoed Tonic
havo cured very many of what seemed to be
hopeless cases of consumption. Go where
you will, you will he almost certain to find
some poor consumptive who has been rescued
from Hie very jaws of death by their use.
So far aa tho Mandrake Pills aro concerned,
everybody should keep a supply of them on
hand. They act on the liver better than calo?
mel, and leave none of ito hurtful effects be?
hind. In fact, they are excellent in all eases
where a purgative* medicine is required. If
yon have partaken too freely of fruit and
diarrluva ensues, a dose of the Mandrakes
will cure you. If you are subject to sick
headache, take a dose of tho Mandrakes and
they will relievo you in two hours. If you
would obviate thc effect of a chango of water,
or tho too free indulgence in fruit, tako
one of the Mandrakes tverv night or every
other bight, and you may then drink water
and eut watermelons, pears, apples, plums,
peaches or corn, without tho risk of being sick
by them. Thoy will protect those who live in
damp situations against chills and fevers.
Try them. They are perfectly harmless.
They can do you good onlv.
I have abandoned my profesional visits lo
Boston and New York, hut continue to see
patients at my ellice, No. 15 N. SIXTH street,
Philadelphia, every Saturday, from 0 A. M. to
3 P.M. Those who wish a thorough exami?
nation with tho Ilespirometer will be charged
live dollars Tho Bcspirometer declares the
exact condition of tho binga, and patients can
readily learn whether they aro curable or not.
But I desire it distinctly understood that the
vnlr/o of my medicines depends entirely upon
their being taken strictly according to* direc?
In conclusion, I will tay that when persons
take my medicines and* their systems aro
brought into ?. healthy condition (hereby,
they are not so liable to lake cold, yt t no one
with diseased lungs eau bear a sudden change
of atmosphere without tho linhility bf greater
or less in ?talion of the bronchial tubes.
Full directions in all languages accompany
my medicines, so explicit and clear thntanvono
can uso them without consulting me, and can
bo bought from arv druggist.
J. H. SCHENCK, M. D.,
No. 15N? SIXTH street, Philadelphia.
Nov l'J -fly
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
k jSfkV^t. THIS pleasantly located HO
jfltfjiTsT-aJb TEL, unsurpassed by any
? IWBSJ Houeo in tho South for com
WiTT??^HP1 and healthy locality, is
now open to Travelers and others Booking ac?
commodation. Families can be furnished
with nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms.
"A call is solicited." My Omnibus will be
found at tho different depots.
Nov 3_WM. A. WRIGHT.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK is now
prepared to draw directly on all the pro?
minent places in
England, Scotland and Ireland,
and the Orient,
and will furnish drafts at New York rates.
Oct 23_ A. G. BREN1ZER. Cashier.
?ti IBSON'S OLD FAMILY NF.CTOR and
XJT Byo WHISKEYS "the invest and hist in
market." Also, a full stock of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, of all grades, always on hand
and for salo by J. A T. IL AGNEW.
OYSTERS AND GAUE.
,0b. /-\ OUR 8AXOON ia inor
^-S&??irdor. ?nd OYSTERS,
^>flj^ GAME, FISH, etc., can^^gWU
be obtained at all hoars. DinnersV~^?.g.X?
and Sappers famished at short notice, and
n tho best et vin. Givens a trial.
PAYSINGER A FRANKLIN,
Oct ll_E ich an g o Rostaurant.
The Pollock House
rfBis / \ HAS been overhauled JfSSa^m
%?rii&r*n? titted up for tito win-?*HgBK
ter season. OYSTERS, Hfi""*
FISH and GAME served up iu the usual stylo.
Tho Privato LUNCH ROOM has been refit
ted, and guestB may expect proper attention.
Oct 12 T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
ICE! IGE! ICE!
HAVING put my machine in operation, I
now inform tho public that I am ready
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
cents per pound by tho retail. For 100 pounds
or more, agreements will bo made, 'ibo leo
can bo obtained at eitbor tho npper or lower
atore._J. O. SEEGERS.
Gold and Silver Coin.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK buy and
sell GOLD and SILVER at a small margin.
Oct 23 A. G. DRENIZER, Cashier.
I. t W. C. SWAFFIELD S
^NOTHEP. lot o? tboeo popular Glengarry, Garrick and King William CAPE OVER?
Those rcrfect-Fitticg White- and Fancy SHIRTS.
Czar and Lee HATS, new styles.
Extra Fine English BROADCLOTH, for line Dress Coate, all of which will bc Bold at low
J. I. & M. 1. Ililli
J^EG to call particular attention to the following list o? goods, which are MARKED DOWN
to such low figur?e, aa to insure ;heir speedy sale.
EMPRESS 6L.0THS, POPLINS, PLAIDS
ALI* WINTER DRESS MATERIALS.
Real Paisley SHAWLS, Wool Shawls, handsome Beaver Cloaks, low and medium priced
Cloakp, and All Winter Coverings.
A large stock of FURS, in sets and single.
Heavy CASSIMERES, Beaver Cloths, BLANKETS. Flannels, Linsc-ye, Ac.
We have recently addtd to our CARPET, WINDOW SHADE and OIL CLOTH DEPART?
MENTS, which goods can be sold cheaper than earlier in the eeaton.
Our DOMESTIC STOCK is very large, to which we invite the attention of the doses t Luy
era. Jan ll
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
E&- ESTABLISHED 1845. -?a
and Steading Insurance
Of Central and Northern South Carolina.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of London and Edinburg. Incorporated 1809. Assets in Gold, $14,200,000.
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford, Conn. Incorporated 1810. Assets, 82,100,000.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New York. Incorporated 1852. Assets, $2,339,122.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Ne io York. Incorporated 1856. Assets, $2,017,809.
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Columbus, Ga. Incorporated 1859. Assets, 8500,000.
THE above are among the oldest and best established Companies in tho country. Their
ample Assets and the reputation they have long eince acquired as prompt htt?jair dealing
Companies, are the best guarantees of "their safety and honorable conduct in thc future.
LOSSES adjusted and paid at this Agency.
Insure with H. E. NICHOLS & CO..
Novl33mO Office in Savings' Bank Building, Columbia, S. C.
NEW MUSIC STORE,
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, TAYLOR, NEAR MAIN ST.
/E*b4SBSZ&5l THE subscribers would respectfully inform thc
^,-J^S^^t.xSfL,--^-j publi.: that they have opened the largest and most
^fepfewPWBgB^H BHK555flBS| brought to this market. Having secured the agency
\ BRO^lff of some of the largest Piano Factories in tho coun
????1$^ try, we are enabled to offer special inducements to
jffiy y MRar-l^Sfly lu those in want of these instruments. Tho celebrated
?^?M?NS American Piano Forte,
i'..\?Jii?nr_Vi?st-j^^x^r Manufactured by Wm. McCammon ? Co., which
are so well adapted to the Southern climate, owing
to their peculiar const met ion, can he seen at our rooms. Will also keep second-hand Pianos
for sale. Wo are also agents for the BURDETT COMBINATION GROAN, the greatest suc?
cess of the age. Several of thc instruments have been disposed of in the State, and have I
given universal satiefactinn. Wo cordially invite tho profession and the musical public gen
erally, to call and examine th< se wonderful ?ut t rumen te. ;
? ft* _ WE have also added a BRASS BAND j
/y m JSb ,$2) _ DEPARTMENT to our establishment .
A.4*^. W' JSJ'? ?nd aro enabled to furnish everything
?^S^wP Eft foti TOgT ?v needed in that line, either of Brass or
?P'? WT Wi Ekc?? * German Silver. CmHeto sets of these
A & Et rv iff iii W^S"* Instruments maj o seen at oar rooms,
'Hsfc&W ti_?hi-- iU--?Vi. yt Ti together with Bas.? Drums, KnRio Drums,
JWPV?Stk-ks, Snare.*, Druci Heads, Cymbals,
^ ? y" ^r,(jnr stock of Musical merchandize cm- j
tf&fes ??? braces everything in the Music line, such
v^'aBf* .A. as Violins," Bows, Concertinas, blutes,
Ijr^ Zn - SijuC i Guitars, and everything pertaining^ to a I
^ B> -?jffi^fflgj^j?ffi jH| jjff Musical instruments of all kinds repaired |
Vi ?" Itu iff) ru *lf either for Brass or Quadrill? Band?, foi ;
4L-.? Hil/ ML* ***** any number of instruments. j
ILL^** Our Pi ino Room is neatly titted np for
the accommodation of Ladies, and we oordialiv invite them to call and examine mir Pianos. I
^-ovl) XV, II. LyBKAXI) ?* SON. I
CITIZENS? SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of SSI and Upwards Etceivcd,
INTEREST ALLO WED A T THE RA TE V
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OFDED?S1T,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MUNTIIS ON A CCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
A. G. Brenizcr, Cashier.
John G. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wado Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Ila?
kel), F. W. McMaator, John P. Thomas, E. II
Hcinitsh, John B. Palmer, Thomau E. Gregg
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Nowborrv.
B. II. ButlotlgO; Charleston.
Daniel Bavcnel, Jr., Charleston.
Mechanics, Labor?is, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may hero depopit their pav?
ings and draw a liberal rato of interep.t there?
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their tunda unti
they requiro thom for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart email
iuniB Tor thoir children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by thomsolvcB, or, in cam of death, by
their legal roprcaontativce,) wishing to lay
aside funds I ?r futuro uso. aro herc afforded
an opportunity of depositing thoir means
whore they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho samo timo, be subject to withdrawal when
ii oede d._Aug 18
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Eoad
ON and after tho 21th
_instant, the Passenger
Trains will go down on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAY8; leaving Spartanburg
Court House, at 7.20 A. M., and arriving at
Alston 1.35 P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and SATURDAY8, will leave AlBton at 9.50 A.
M., and arrive at Spartanburg at 3.40 P. M.
THOMAS B. JETER, President.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. G., December 1, 1870.
ON and after this
Mate, tho following
schedule will be run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Trains on'South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Trains
going Routh on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a.m.
Alaton. 8.40 a. m.
*' Newberry.10.10 a. m.
" Cokesburv. 1.45 p.m.
" Belton.;.8.30 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 5 00 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 5 45 a. ni.
" Belton.7.23 a. m.
" Cokeabury. 9.05 a.m.
" Abbeville. 8.00 a. m.
" Newberry.12.35 p.m.
" Alston. 2.10 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.3.45 p.m.
Dec 1 JOHN H. MORE, General Sup.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
" Pendleton.6.20 "
" Perryville.6.00 "
Arrivo at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leave Walhalla.3.30 A. M.
" Fcrrvville.4.15 ??
?? Pendleton.5.30 "
Arrivo at Anderson.6.?5 "
Waiting at Anderson ono hour for tho arrival
ofiup train on Grcenvillo and Columbia Road.
July 31_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1.1870.
ES fa ; ? Nani af tor THI8 DA Y,
HKnnSSSEf^BrSthoPaBBenger trains over
this Road will run as follows :
Leave Charlotte, N.O.,at. 8 20 a.m.
" Columbia, S. C., at.3.45 p.m.
Arrive Augusta, at- 8.50 p. m.
Leave Augusta, at. fi.00 a. m*
" Columbia, S. C., at,.11.45 a.m.
Arrivo Charlotte, N. C. at.6.80 p.m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
Leave Columbia.10.10 p. m
Arriive at Augusta.7.00 a. m.
Leave Augusta.6.80 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.4.15 a.m.
Close connections made via Greensboro and
Richmond and Acquia Creek, and vin Bait Ich
Weldon and Bay Line. Through Tickets cold'
and baggage checked to all points North.
South, and West.
Sept 1 C. BOUKNIGHT, Superintendent.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, 8.0., MAT 18, 1870.
ON and after Sun
!day, 15th May, tho
Passenger Trains upon the South Carolina
Railroad will run the following schedule:
Leave Columbia.7. I'J a m
Arrive at Charleston.3.80 p m
Leavo Charleston.8.30 am
I rrivo at Columbia.4.10 p m
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.$r.... .4.25 p m
Leavo Augusta. .8.00 a m
Arrive at Columbia.4.10 p n?
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN (6UM1AY9 EXCEPTFD).
Leave Columbia.7.50 p nj:
Arrive at Charleston.(\45 a n>.
Arrivo at Augusta.7.05 a m
Leave Charleston.7.30 pm
Leave Augusto.COO p m
Arrive at Columbia.6.00 a m
Camden and Columbia Passenger Train*
will run Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
and between Camden and Ringville daily.
Leave Camden.6.85a m
Arrivo at Columbia.11.00 a m
Leave Columbia.LOO p m
Arrive at Camden.5.40 p m
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO ,
COMPANYSUOPS, N. C., AuguBt 29, 1870.
1 K?i hS>L'5a?tT- ON aud after THURS
?OT^^Kl^SM^DAY, Soptembor 1, 1870,
trains will ho run ovor this Road in accordance
willi the following timo-tablo:
Trains East. Trains West.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 7.IM? p m 7.?40 a m
Salisbury.9.81 p m 9.39 p in 5.00 a m 5.05 a ta
Greonsbol2 30a m 1.15 a m 1.10 a m 2.00 am
Co. Shops 2 30 a m 3 00 a in 10.49 p m 11.25 p m
Hillsboro' 1.13 a m 1.15 a m 9.33 p m 0.85p m
Raleigh .. .0 32 a in 7.00 a m 6.58 p m 7.15 p ni
fioldsboro 10.50 a m 3.00 p ni
A Freight and Accommodation Train leave?'
Charlotte daily, at 3.30 p. m., and ari ives at
6.30 a. m. ' W. n. OIU1KN, Nae* Trans.
__ CONSISTING in part of HUBS,
r JrlltW J'j|,,,i.-,.u Felloes, Shafts, Wheels.
l?3SSp!'"iw, Bolts, Malleable Castings,
W - ,VV- nuit wi.crts, Bands, Enamelled
Leather, Dash heat hr r. Patent and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Carnet, Lining Nails. Springs,
Axles, Fire and other Iron, Dash Frames,
Paints. Oils, Carrirge Varnishes, Ac, Ac.
Our ?Imd; of these goods is second to nor.e in
Columbia, ami those desiring to purchase,
.xiii ?ace money by calling on
Sept ll J. A 1\ R. AONEW._
Norfolk oysters, $1.50 per gnllou, o t
the P0M.OCX HOUSE.