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' ' PUDliloniiD DAILY ?ITD TJU-WBEKLY.
I MI GLEANER.
EVERY WEDNESDAY UOBKIHC.
ay JULIAN A. SELBY,
corroa AND PROPRIETOR.
iffice on Main Street, above Taylor.
RsrBook and Job Printing of ovory do.' crip
ion promptly and faithfully attonded to.
(uHortod in tbe Daily at 75 conta por square
tor the first and 50 cents each subBoqaent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by tho week,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Dally, sis months, $4 00; Tri-Wetkly. 2 51 ;
Weekly, 1 ?0.
One of the results of tho German
Arotio exploring expedition is tho disco?
very of immense coal beds in the North
of Greenland. Mountains exceeding
Mont Blano in height were discovered,
and the botanical specimens found indi?
cate that Greenland must have been
covered at one time with a rich vegeta?
The London Cosmopolitan proposes
tho following marriage vow for its lady
readers when occasion requires: "I will
continuo to love my husband so long as
he is loveable, honor him so long as he
remains honorable, and obey him so
long us his oommunds are just and rea?
An Illinois editor, in advertising his
office for sale, announces that he is going
to peddle shoe-strings.
PURE GYPSUM 1
Containing Eighty Per Cent, of Soluble Matter!
ROUND and prepared in this city, and
\JT warranted freo from adult?ration.
Tho annexed communication from Prof.
Charlea U. Shepard, Jr., of tho purity of this
article, is & guarantee of its highly valuable
qualities to tho farmer, being availahlo when
mixed with other manures, to tho great ad?
vantage of any kind of crop. Unequaled as
a top dressing for Wheat, Byo, Barley, Ac,
and tho Granaos, (ono peck of which will rV.ow
visible improvement on an aero of ground.)
This valuablo Manure is offered for sale at
the low prico of $15 per ton, cash, or on time
for eity acceptance, with interest added.
Put up for shipment in nags of 200 pounds I
each. All orders by mail, in accordance with I
above terms, will be prompt Iv executed bv
JOHN* If. HOLMES, !
Commission Merchant, Boyce's Wharf, 1
Charleston, S. C.
OFFICE OF STATE iKsrECTOR or FERTILIZERS, j
LABRATORY OF THE MEDICAL COLtiEOK, j
QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
November 24, 1870.
Mr. John IL Holmes. ;
DEAR 8IB: Tho GYPSUM submitted by you
for analysis is tho moBt remarkable I have
ever seen for its freedom from impurities of ]
every kind, containing as it docs but one-third i
of one per cent, of insoluble mattor. If it. '
can be supplied of similar quality, it cannot
fail to prove a great boon to Southern agricul?
tura, as ibero ia no crop to which it ia not be?
neficial, whether applied alono or in conjunc?
tion with othor manures. Very respectfully,
your obedient servant. (Signed)
CHARLES U. SHEPARD, JB., M. D.
Jan 12 i22
PHOSPHATE OP LIME,
FOR C0MP0S1ING with COTTON S KED.
THIS article is manufactured by thc Pacific
Guano Company, at Charleston, S. C ,
under tho suporinteneenco of Dr. ST. JULIEN
BAVEN EL. Wbon composted with an equal
weight ol Cotton Heed, its results havo been
found fully equal to tho best standard Fertil?
izers. Its economy must commend it to tho
notice of planters gonorally.
For spooifio directions for composting and
for supplies, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN 8. REESE & CO.,
Deo 24 i Um o General Agents, Baltimore.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THIS GUANO is now so well known in all
the Southern States for its remarkable
effects aa an agency for increasing tho pro?
ducts of labor, as not to rcquirn special re?
commendation from us. Its uso for live years !
past has established its character for reliable
excellence. Tho largo fixed capital invested
by the Company in this trado affords the
unrest guarantee of tho continued excellence
of its Guano. J. N. ROBSON,
Soiling Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN 8. BEESE A CO.,
Deo 24 J3mo Gonoral Agents, Baltimore.
T. F. BBODiE. n. n. nunoiKs. u. c. HVIMMXS.
BRODIE & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
LIBERALarlvanccn raado on Consignments.
Befer to ANDBEW SIMONOS, Esq., Presi?
dent 1st National Bank, Charlostou, S. C.
Aug 24 Brno
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING put my machine in operation, I
now inform tho public that 1 am i cady
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
e'juts per pound by the retail. For 1?0 pounds
or more, agreements will be made. Th? lee
eau bo obtained at either t ho upper or lower
?toro. J. c. 8RKGER8.
25 Cents for Cotton.
MESS UH. LO Ul CK A. LOWRANCE having
purchased the right to manufacture
John O. Ham's improved SEED and MANUI'.E
DROPPER, for Richland, would call the atten?
tion of all farmers using fertilizers and re?
quest an examination ol' th?8 planter- the
best and most porfect over yet invented; hav?
ing taken the premium at tho Georgia and
Alabama Stato Fairs. Tho undersigned aro
prepared to furnish any quantity of Plows.
Cotiou Planters and Plow Handles, at a low
figuro. Every variety of Agricultural Imple?
ments on hand. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
IC ni IC II Y'S UNlVRRKAli
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so well known throughout
tho South, need no comment. In st;lo of
workmanship, and for efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with tho samo amount of
power, is unequaled. R. TOZEB, Agent,
August 2_Colnmhia. g. fi.
O pf BBL8. ohoico Table POTATOES, for
?SD sale low._EDWARD HOPE.
?a AA BOXES Goshen, English Dairy and
f Pine Applr CHEESE, for Bale low.
Oct 80 B. HOPE.
Eighteen Years of Practical Success ! .
I NTHOD JJOED IN 1832. ? PATENTED DECEMBER 20, 1859.
Oldest Super-Phosphate Manufactured in this Country !
SIFIR-FI0SFE1TE OF LIME.
Composed of :3ones. Phosphatic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal Animal
matter and Sulphuric Acid.
- No Salt, Planter, Kalt Cako, Nilro Caite, nor any adulterant of any kind used. -
SS" Tho ammoniacal animal matter used in Mnpes' Nitrogcnizcd Supcr-Pbosphnto of
Lime consists of thc Flesh, (containing 10 per cent of Ammonia,) and tho Blood, (contain?
ing 15 per cent, of Ammonia,!of horses, hooves, tish and other animals, after cxnrcssion of
tho fat and oil bv steam. Send Tor a pamphlet. KINSMAN Ai IIOUKLL,
Jan 12f3ino General Agents, 128 East Bay, Charleston, 8. C.
- . -
FOR SALE BY
&ZOH FACTORS '
THE GREAT FERTILIZER
F?ll COTO AND ALL CROPS.
Thc unparalleled success of this Great Fer?
tilizer on ALL CROPS, proves it to bo tho
BEST and CHEAPEST Manure now offered in
tho market. It lias been used by many of tho
most uniment Planters in tho South, and in
overy singlo instance it has piven entire t>atie
faction. On COTTON ita effects havo been
particularly marked. It is no raro thing for
WHANN'S PHOSPHATE to increase the yield
from ONE HUNDBED TO TWO HUNDRED
PER CENT., or oven morel
Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent planter of
Camorou, Ga., in a letter to tho Banner ami
Planter, says that in an experiment withsoven
loading Super-Phosphates and Guanos, tho
Wu ANN'S proved il soif the best of all those triod, paying a net profit at tho low market rato
of $20.90 por aero of v cition. A copy of Mr. Dixon's letter furnished on application.
For salo by CLAtilltmiv, IIBRIIIKG ?fc CO.,
Janl2!)m} Charleston. S. C., and Augusta. Ga.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, SEW YORK, BOSTON
THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREW TIMES A WEEK,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
ELEGANT STATE ROOM -^^^^^K ACCOMMODATIONS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 13 Hours ^ir^^a^^^^ Shorter, via Charleston.
Total Capacity 40,000 Bales Monthly.
THE 80UTH CAIiOLlNA RAILROAD COMPANY, sud coniicctii g roads West, in allinnce
with tho licet of Thirteen FIBST-Cl.A.^S SI F AU SH IPS, to the above ports, invite atten?
tion lo thc QUICK TIME and REGULAR DESPA?CH blidded to tho businces public in the
Cotton States at the
POET OF CHARLESTON!
Offering facilities of Rail und Sea Transport?t ions for Freight and Passengers not equalled in
excellence and capacity at ?ny other Port. The following splendid Ocean Steamers tue regu?
larly on the line
To Wew York.
MA NH A TT A N, G FOR G IA,
M. S. WOODCI.I., Commander, S. CltowEUj, Commuuder.
CHAMPION, SOUTH CAROLINA,
R. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander, SAM ADKINS, Commander.
C UA RLESTON, CL \ 'DE,
JAMES BBRRY, Commander, ALEX. HUNTER, Commander.
JAMES ADGER, ASHLAND,
T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander, BECKETT, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER Sc CO.,
JAMES ADGER & CO., Agrvits, WM. A. COURTENAY,
Charleston, S. C. Agents, Charleston, 8. C.
I IRGINIA, E VERM AN,
C. H. AsncnoFT, Commander. C. HINCKLEY, Commander.
i AILING DAYS..SATURDAYS.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent. Charleston, S. C.
FALCON, MARYLAND, SEA GULL,
HoitSBY, Commander. JOHNSON, Commander. DUTTON, Commander,
SAILING DAYS, ....... EYEY? FIFTH DAY.
P. ?J. TUEN HOLM, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
RATES ti WA HA N TEED AS LOW AS THOSE OF COMPETING LINES.
Marino Insurance One-Half of Ono Per Cent.
Through Bills nt Lading and Through Tickets cnn be lind at all the pi incipal Railroad
Oflieca in South Carolina, ( corgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi.
State Booms may bo secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
the Steamships in Charleston, at whose ollie? ?, in all estes, the Baili omi Tickets should be
exchanged and lb rths assigned.
The Through Ticket by thin route in.duden Transfers, Meats and State Room whiloon
Tho South Carolina.Railroad and itt- connecting lines liave largely increased their facili?
ties for the : apid movement ol' li ci? ht mid passcngt rs between Nert bern cities and thu Sont ti
and West. C< intertable Nicht Cars willi the Holmen Chair, without extra charge, havo been
introduced First-Class Ealing Saloon at Branchville.
Freight promptly transferred Irnin Steamer lo Day sud Night Trains ot South Carolina
Railn nd. Close connections made with oilier Roads, delivering Freights at distant points
with Hie greatest promptness. The Managet s ai c confident thal I heir Linc cannot be sur?
passed in Despatch and the Suie D< liv? ry ol Goods.
It. D. IIASTSIJJJ, P. O. BOX 4.079, Office .'117 Hi mulway, New York.
S. B. PJCKENS, FD. H. BARNWELL,
G. lierai Passenger and Ticket Agent, General Freight Agent,
South Carolina Railroad. ('et ! j Cine South Carolina Railroad.
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
<w>" ESTABLISHED 1845. -?W
Oldest and ^Leading Insurance Agency
Ol' Ceutial and Norlin rn South Carolina.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of London mid Edinhurg. Incorporated 1809. Assets in Gold, $14,200,000.
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford, Conn. Incorporated 1810. Assets, 82,100,100.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of New York: Incorporated 1852. Assets, 82,339,122.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New York. Incorporated 1856. Assets, $2,017,809.
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Columbia, Ga. Incorporated 1859. Assets, $500.000.
THE above aro aninng thc oldest and best establislud Companies in the country. Their
ample Assets and the r?putation they have long since acquired as prcmpt and J air dealing
Companies, are the best guarantees of their safety and honorable conduct in tho future.
LOSSES adjusted and paid at this Agency.
Insure with H. E. NICHOLS & 00.,
NOT 13 Smo Office in Saving? Dank Buddie g, Columbia, 8.0.
sou rams, m nu mi
MAISUFACTUHED AT THE
CHARLESTON. S. C.,
BV TUE SULPHURIC ACID IND SUPER-P1I0SIM1ATE C0MP?KY.
THE now well-known ETIWAN GUANO is manufactured from tho Nativo Bono Phosphates
ol South Carolina. TliCBO Phosphates, in their natural atalo, arc inboluble, and re?
quire to bo ground to powder, and madu aulubte by Sulphuric Acid. Thia Company have
now iii operation tho largest Sulphuric Acid Chambers at ibo South, and arc, therefore, able
to manufacture, at the lowest rates, tho highest grade of Fertilizer; it being clear that thc
greater tho proportion of Solublo Phosphato which any Fertilizer contains, tho less tho
quantity required per aero. In order to mako tho Fertilizer complete, Ammonia and Potash
in sufficient quantities are added. With these views the Company manufacture and otTer for
Warranted to contain from 15 to 20 rmi CENT, OF DISSOLVED BONK PHOSPHATE OK LIME, and
from 2 to 2? per cent, of AMMONIA, with a sufficient addition of PERUVIAN GUANO and POTASH,
to adapt it to all crops. Price $03 per ton, cash; on time, $70 per ton, and interest 7 per cent,
Of high grado, suitablo for manufacturers or for planters, being in itself an excellent Fertil?
izer, and specially adapted for compost. As large quantities of Sulphuric Acid aro used to
dissolve tho Phosphate, this will bo found a cheap and convenient way to transport that
material. Tho grado furnished will bo from 18 to 20 per cent. Dissolved Bono Phosphate.
Prico f-10 ncr ton, cash; on time, $15, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum. Still higher
grades will bo furnished to order at an additional price per centagc.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
Specially prepared for composting will? cottonseed and other plantation manures. Prico
$35 per ton, cash; on time, $40, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
At much lower rates, consisting simply of tho Native Bone Phosphates ground to powder.
Prico $20 per ton, cash; on time, $22 and interest at 7 per cent, per annunl.
WM. C. BEE & CO.,
Agents, No. l l Adgcr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
It. O'NEALE A SON, Agents. Columbia, S. C.
N.B. Tho per centago of Dissolved Bone Tbospliat o of Lime, and Ammonia in all tho
Eliwans, is ascertained at tho Works, bj-their Ch mist, before deliver}*. Should any pur?
chaser bc dissatisfied, ho may return average samples of any purchase, within thirty (?IO)
days after delivery, and they"will bo analyzed anew, and any deficiency in the per centagc
guaranteed will bo made good to bim by the Company. Jan 21 }2mo
JUST R E CEI V EHST
fi. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD1
^^NOTHEE lot of those popular GUngairy, G ai tick ?nd King William CAPE OVER?
I ho? I't rb ct-Fitting White and Fane} SHIRTS.
Czar and Leu HATS, new sijh*.
Extra Fine English BROADCLOTH, for tim Brits Coatb. all ?f M hieb will be sold at low
J. E. & H. I. KIMO
JgEG to call particular attention to the following list ol goods, which are MARKED DOWN
to euell low figures, as to insure '.heir speedy .-ale.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, POPLINS, PLAJ?5S
ALL WINTER DRESS MATERIALS.
Real Paisley SHAWLS, Wool Shawls, handsome Beaver Cloaks, low and medium pi iced
Cloaks, and All Winter Coverings.
A large stock of FURS, in MI IS and single.
Heavy CA8SIMERES, lb aver Cloths. BLANKETS, Flannel.-. Linnets, Ac.
We him recently add. d to our CARPET, WINDOW SHADE and OIL CLOTH DEPART?
MENTS, which Roods pan be cold cheaper than eui lier in the seat-on.
Oin DOMESTIC STOt 1\ is very large, to which we ii.vit? the atti inion "t the elosi si buy?
ers Jun ll
NEW MUSIC STORE,
CITIZENS' SAVINGS HANK BUILDING, TAYLOR, NEAR MAIN ST.
; ^^^^^^ American Piano Forte,
: to Un ir peculiar construction, can be nen at our looms! WP) H)K> keep second-hand'Pianos
j fur salo. We atc also agents for (he BURDETT COMBINAI ION Ol.CAN. the greatest snc
I cesa of the agc Several <d thc instruments have been disposed cd in tho state. ?nd have
: given universal i-aiisfaclii n. We cordially invite the proJosbh n and the musical public gen
j nally, to call ami i Mimil i tin so womb rflll ilistl mm nts.
Av &"% A WE have also added a BRASS SAND
?Tb O?L J?h) A DEPARTMENT to our establishment
A-^fiB** TB? ?ST ?8T ?? *} ar" '"'?oled to lurnish everything
^?^fil rPr raf & ?tt ^ "ii tU'.i] in that line, either id lhasa or
A ?- EL W [f?? \lt nil ffl'$k*f^' iiistrumi nts may bo seen at cur rooms,
*TH&W VL- -^-"""?-72-- VS Si together with Sass Drums, Snaro Drums,
W^UtT fflk^ Sticks, Snares, Drum Heads. Cymbals,
Jy?j?^' Our stock of Musical merchandize eni
flW-5&>?~ ?. lu braces everything in tho Music lino, such
??flB* A. <f$ iff aa Violins,' Hows, Concertinas, Fluten,
?S) A m. A C*ift Mfifi )/j Guitars, and everything pertaining to a
Bmjf 8 BSfl 3?iiil>*** Huaica! instrument. Sheet Music always
THC MY fflEt WSL HST ?B on hand, or furnished at short notice.
FM AB JBK WflBtl?L> 3Br gm tiff Musical instruments of all kindB repaired
M MB? SBBST?BSB OT^ JJH^" and tuned. Will also arrange Music
?ftii-:gy Bn U either for Erasa or Quadrille Bands, for
4t?*??lH' W - any nnmbor of instruments.
Our Pi*no Room ia neatly fitted np for
tba accommodation of Ladies, and wo cordially in vit? them to call and examina our Pianos.
Nor 9 W. H. LyBRAKD 4c SOW.
Change of Echoduio.
SOUTH CA no LI NA BAIIJIOAD COMPAN?,
COLUMBIA, S. O., January 19, 1871.
CTr*? TWDBBHSSSIGC ON ?nd after Sun
A?@?!^^<]ay, tho 22d instant,
Passenger Trains upon this Boad will arrive
and leave as follows:
THAIN No. 1.
Loave Charleston at.8.20 a m
/ rrivo at Columbia at.8.40 p m
Loavo Columbia at.12.10 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.7.60 p m
Leave Camden, Sundaye excepted, at.'.) 50 ? m
Arrivo at Kingvillo at..1 20 p m
Leave lune ville. Sundays excop'd, at.2 80 p m
Arrivo at Camden at.6.00 p m
The above Trains run in connection with
Wilmington,Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
oonnecliug with Trains for Wilmington, North
Carolina, and with Traina for Augusta, Gior?
gia-making closo connections with Night
Trains of Coorpia Railroad and Central Bail
road, for all points South and West.
THAIN NO. 2-NIOUT EXPRESS.
(Sunday Night excepted.)
Leavo Charleston at.7.10 p nt
Arrive at Columbia at.0 00 a m
Loavo Columbia at. .7.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.C.45 am
Thia Train runs in connection with Un Au?
gusta Trains, making cloeo connection with
Georgia Railroad and Ccntrnl Railroad Morn?
ing Trains, for all point South and Wost.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B.?PICKINS, Genera ricket Agent. Jan 21
Charlotte. Columbia ana Augusta R. H.
COLUMniA, S. C., January 17, 1871.
ger trains over this Boad will run as follows:
GOINO NORTH.-No. 1. No. 2.
STATIONS. ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARHIVE. LEAVE.
Augusta 8 00 ara COO pm
Columbia 12.51 pm 1.03 pm 11.05 pm 11.20 pm
WinnBb'ro 3.17 pm 3 37 pm 1.25 am 1 27 am
Chester 5 07 pm 5.10 pm 2 5(5 am 3.00 am
Charlotte 7.30 pm 5.30 am
GOINU SOOTH.-No. 1. No. 2.
ABBXVB, LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlo! to 8.00 am 8 10 pm
Chester 10.20 am 10 23 am 10.27 pm 10 30 pm
Winnsb'o ll 55 am 11.58 am ll 55 pm 11.58 pm
Columbia 2.1G pm 2.28 pm 2.13 am 2.28 am
Augusta 7 15 pm 7.30 am
GOINO NonTii.-Train No. 1 makcB close
nAiLY CONNECTIONS at Charlotte for all points
Noni it and EAST.
Train No. 2 makes same coucclions, SUNDAYS
GOINO SOITTH.-Train No. 1 makes closo
nAiLY CONNECTIONS at Augnsta with trains
of Georgia and Central Georgia Railroads,
for all points South, South-west and Weat.
Train No 2 makes samo connections, SUN?
DA vs EXCEPTED.
NO night trains will loavo Cbarlotto, An?
gust? or intermediato points on Sundays.
Through Tickets sold and baggage cbeckod
to principal points. J. M. SELKIRK. Sup.
E. R. DORSEY, General Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO.,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., Januar 25, 1871.
ISS <?*y*\ GmBSSBEj TRAINS will bc run over
1W SjBgMggBi tbiB Road as follows:
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5 35 a m 8.00 p m
Salisbury H.08 a m S Lian, 10.31 p m 10.80 p m
Gr'nsb'o 11.05 a m ll 20am 1.30 am 1.45 ? m
! CoSbopl'2 5!) p m 1 05pm 2 57 a m 8.17 a m
Hillsb'ro 2 28 p m 2.33 p ni 4 27am 4.29 am
Raleigh 5.12 a m 6.38 a m 7.10 a m
Goldsboro 10.55 a m
Goldsboro 8 00 p m
Raleigh 8.J5am 6 58 p m 7.40 am
Hillsbroll.07 am 11.10pm 10 < 0 a m 10.02 a m
Co Shop 12 30 pm 12.50 pro 11.12 a m ll 45 a m
Gr'nsb'o 2.10p m 2 20 pro 1.10 a m 2.00 am
Salisb'ry 5.15pm 5.20pm 4 50am 4.65 am
Charlot tc7.5G pm 7.30 am
Jan 27_W. II. GREEN, Mas. Trans.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
rTCKHTS-stn Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
S?SKS^j " Pendloton.5 20 '?
- - " Perry ville.6.00
Arrive at Walhalla._7.00 ??
Leavo Walhalla.3.30 A. M.
" Perrvville.4.15 .*
.? Pendleton.5.30 ?.
Arrivo at Anderson.6.15 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
oflup train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 31_W. H. D. PAILLARD, Sop,
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Road
SS id E"~*"*"~*"B"*fl*fl ?N and aftor tbe 24th
jpg ?$cg?p**i???# Autant, the Passenger
TraiiiB 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, THURSDAYS
and SATURDAYS, will leave Alston 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, 8. C., December 1,1870.
iBrSKs^^^^^dato, tho following
schedule will ho run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Trains on South Caro?
lina Railroad np and down; also with Trains
going South on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
Leave Columbia al. 7.00 a. m.
Alston. 8 40 a. m.
" Newberry. 10.10 a. m.
Belton...".. 8.30 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 5L0p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 5 45 a. ia.
*' Belton.7 23 a. m.
" Cokesbui v. 9.0.">a.m.
Abbeville*.. 8 00 a. m.
1 Newberry_. .12 35 p. m.
Alston..*. . 2 10 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia..".. 3 45 p.m.
Pee l JOHN H. MORE, General Snp?
?en mm CONSISTING in part of HUHS,
ro3SE3*&3*L^sn'd.es. Felloes, Shalts, Wheels,
XWfid^&T*' f'ole?, Rolls, Malleable Castings,
x*Jir W 'Fifth " heels, Rands, Enamelled
Leather, Dash Leather. Patent, and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Carpel, Lining Nails. Springs,
Axles. Fire anil other Iron, Dash Frames,
l'ait.ls, oil*. Cari ii go Varnishes. Ac, Ac.
Our stock ol these goods is second to none in
Columbia, and those desiring to purchase,
.rillsave tnoni''/ by calling on
Sept ll J. A T. It. AGNEW,
The Pollock House
/ ^ HAS been overhauled JB^am
VJ .?/'.?"I I'ntcd np lor the win-JvOgfSC
ter season. OYSTERS,
FISH and GAME served np in tho usual stvlo.
The Private LUNCH ROOM has been refit
ted, and guests mav expect proper attention.
Oct 12 T. M. POLLOCK. Proprietor;
Downer's Mineral Sperm Oil.
ANEW OIL, which will not light under 300
degrees Farcnhcil; never gums; is almost
od rless and as safe as Sperm or Lard Oil for
family use, and when burned in the MINERAL
KPEIIM LAMP, tho light is equal to tho best
Kerbseue. at a cost not exceeding one-half a
cont, per hour. It requires but little atten?
tion, no trimming, and tho chimney never
breaks from heat.
A supply of this safely oil, and a small
assortment of Lamps, just roooived and for.
sale hv _J A T. R. AGNEW.
1 AA BARRELS PINK EYES and PEACH
1UVI BLOWS. In fine order, for sale low
far ennh r?nlv._EDWARD HOPE.
ifeqpuuB in Clothing al HOKB'B.