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3Y JULIAN A. S EL EY,
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Daily, six months, $4 00; Tri-Woekly. ? 3f;
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BY FLOBENCE l'K KC?.
Back again, darling? O. day of delight]
How I havo longod for you morning and night;
Watched for you, pined lor you all tho day
Craving no boon and no blessing but you;
Prayco for you, plead for you, sought you in
Striving forever to find you again;
Counting all angniBh as naught if I might
Clasp you again as I clasp jon to-night.
Ohl I have sorrowed and suffered so much
Sinco I last answered your lip's loving touch;
Through the night watches, in daylight's
Anguished by visions and tortured by dreams,
Dreams so repleto with bewildering pain
Still it is throbbing in heart and in brain;
Obi for I dreamed- keep me close to your
Darling, ohl darling-I dreamed you had dicdl
Droamed that I stood by yonr pillow and
From yonr palo Ups love's sweet, half-ut tered
And by the light of tho May morning skies
Watched your face whiten, and saw your dear
Gazing far into tho Wonderful Land
Folt yonr fond fingers grow cold in my hand;
"Darling," you whisperod; "My darling!" you
Faintly, so faintly, and thou you wei o dead.
Obi tho dark boura ?when I knelt by your grave.
Calling upon yon to love and to save;
Pi6?u<OK in vain for a Bign or a word.
Only to tell me you listened and heard;
Only to tell mo you listened and knew
How all my HO ul was in anguish for you;
Bitter, despairing, the tears that I shed,
Darling, out darling, because yon were dead!
Obi tho black days of your absence, my owul
Obi to bo left in tho wido world alonel
Long, with our little ono clasped to my breast.
Wandered I, socking for rcfugo and rest;
Yet all tho world was BO careless and cold,
Vainly I sought for a sheltering fold;
Thero was no roof and no homo for my bead,
Darling, obi darling, beoauso you wcro dead.
Yet in tho midst of tho darkness and pain.
Darling, I knew I should find you again!
Knew, as tho roses know, under tho snow.
How tho next summer would eel thom aglowl
So I did always tho dreary days through
Keep my heart singlo and sacred to you,
As on tho beautiful day wo were wed,
Darling, obi darling, although you had lied!
Oh! tho groat joy of waking to know
I did but dream all that torturing woel
Ohl the delight that my searching can traco
Nothing of coldness or change in your face!
StiU tn your forehead unfurrowed and fair,
None of tho light lost out of your hair;
None of tho light from yonr dear eyes is fled
Darling-, ohl how could I dream you were dcadV
Now you are here, yon will always remain,
Never, obi never to leave rae againl
Now has it vanished, tho anguish of years!
Vanished-nay, these aro not sorrowful tears;
Happiness only my cheok baa impearled,
There is no grieving for me in tho world;
Dark clouds may threaten, but I have no fear,
Darling, obi darling, because you are beret
BLENDING AFFECTION AND ECONOMY. -
A curions change of domestic relations
ooenrred in the town of Orange, Mass.,
five or six years ago. Two young men,
neighbors and friends, says tho Boston
Traveller, had married two yonng and
amiable women, and each couple had
lired together happily for a few years,
each having one or two infant pledges of
affection in the meantime vouchsafed to
them. At the time spoken of, (six years
ago,) one of these friends and his
friend's wife took sick, and died within
a week or two of each other. The
friondn, during their life, hnd secured
adjoining lots in the cemetery of the
town, and when the decease of the par?
ties mentioned took place, they were '
buried in their respectivo lota, but in
suoh a way that a monument could be
erected between them.
Whother this was accidental or not, is
not related. About Qvo mouths after
the double decease, however, the sur?
viving malo and female representatives
of both houses, somewhat to the surprise
of tho neighbors, concluded to perpetu?
ate tho former friendship by a closer
alliance-in other words, they got mar?
ried, and their wedding was a splendid
affair. After a time-about three years
ago-the united representatives of both
houses concluded a joint arrangement to
show their love for the dead by erecting
a splendid marble monument-the finest
in the cemetery-on ono of the faces of
which the name, age and virtues of thc
dead husband were set forth; on the
.other face, those of the deceased wife.
Ho who finds a good son-in-law gains |
a son; ho who finds a bud one loses nj
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch House in '
the city of Columbia, offer for sale the ?
l.tlest patented and best made STOVES; j
tho most improved patterns and regu-1
lar sizes or all kinds of TIN-WA HE, and j
everything in thoao particular lines, with
conlldence of their merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kiuds of
Job work dono with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all it? branches, ex?
ecuted. If you want Water carried to ali
eonveniont points about your promises, wu I
will do your work at such prices as will emil.le I
all to afford it.
Tho public aro invited to call. Store in
Ehrlich's Building, four doora below Bryco'a
corner._ Aug 18 f
THE NIGKEB80N HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WILL not be closed on acconnt of the
?loath of the late Proprietor, WILLIAM
?. WRIGHT, but will bo carried on as hereto?
fore, bv hii widow, Mrs. SARAH L. WRIGHT,
and bur son, WILLIAM O. WRIOHT. Tho
lriends of the lato proprietor are invited to
call as nsnal. SARAH L. WRIGHT,
Dec 30_WM. C. WBIQHT.
City Currency will be Taken
IN pay ment for Goods at
Nov ll HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Oh arlee ton Advertisements
THE Annual Grand Convocation will be
boldon in tho city of Charleston, Deo
voiente, in Masonic Hall, at 12 meridian, on
TUESDAY, tho lilli day of February A. L.
2101 A. D. 1871. Members, Grand Officers
and Dolcgatos from subordinate Chapters are
requested to attend punctually and gcnorally
for the consideration of important business,
and the election of Grand Officers tor tho
Masonic year ensuing.
With their characteristic liberality, the
different railroad companies bavo granted to
thc Grand Ofliccrs ana Delegates tho piivilego
ol passing and repassing over their roads for
ono faro. Tho full fare will he paid at tho
placo of starting. On all railroads, except the
South Caroliua Railroad, tho Grund Ofliccrs
and Delegates wit) bo permitted to return
from the Convocation froo, on the production
of tho certificate of tho Grand Secretary. On
the South Carolina Railroad, return tickots
will bo furnished by the conductors to tho
Grand Oflicers and Delegates, which will
enable thom to rcpaBS free of charge.
By order of tho M.-. E.-. G.*. H.*. P.'.
Comp., M. Moses.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE,
Fob 3 fi 8 ll IS Grand Secretary.
TUE subscriber has in store, ready for de?
livery, Hoadloy'a portablo STEAM EN?
GINES, of various sizes, and can lill any
orders at short notice.
Agent for tho salo of Hoe's patent Circular
TheBO aro equal to the boat Saws mado in
this country or iu England.
Engines and Saws Bold at the makers'
pricoa, with actual exponsoB added.
52 East Bay Btroct. 8outh of tho old Post
Oftlco. Charleston, S. C. Deo 4 ml3
ta- f Lai gestand most complete ] ~&\
Kg- I Manufactory**)! Doors, Hashes, -S?
tar /Blinds, Mouldings, Ac, in thc
Ay I Southern States. J "fcTO.
Printed Price List defies competition.
Hood for one. Sent freo on application.
April 8_ _ tly_
r. F. nnooiE. n. n. IIunoiNS. U. C. ni'noiNS.
BRODIE & 00.,
Factors and Commission Merchante,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
LIBERAL advances made on Consignment H.
Refer to ANDREW SI MONDS, Esq., Presi?
dent let National Rank, Charleston, S. C.
Aug 24 Hmo
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING put my machino in operation, I
now inform tho public that 1 am ready
to supply any and al) orders for ICE. Price two
couta per pound by thc retail. For 100 pounds
or moro, agreements will bo made. Tho leo
can be obtained at either tho upper or lower
?tore. J. C. S REOERS.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For oil the purposes of a Laxativo
j&J cine is so universally
jSr required by every
Jyf body ?is a cathartic,
CgRgsSSrtjiJS^fe-. nor"? ;e ever ?ny lie
XT^^S^S^sfl^iKijl torc M) universally
\ t?%?? adopted lulu usu, in
C A every country and
XJKW?F?VSSLI among al] elates ns
ibfcL - -sj^y^ thi^tiiiM billy.-ne-ien^t
fectual remedy than any other. TIIMM" uh i have
tried it, know I hilt it cured tliein : Hio-e ;\ Im h:%\ ?.
not, know thal ii eures thelrnefghboi - -e. ! frh nd ;
anil all know thal what ii does euee ii .!<.?.. ??I*
way.-tl.il il ne\er fail- I h rough an j radii a? neg
gleet oTit ; composition. We have thollSUtds upon
tieiUHuieb or ceri i neap..- of their rema' !? iihlc cures
of the following complaints, but such eurea ure
known in c\cy neighborhood, and we need liol
publish them. Adapted to nil agen mid conditions
in all climate- : containing neil her calomel norany
deteteiiiHi-druir, they may be taken nilli safely
by anybody. It'neir >iigar**:oatihg preserve." Ihein
ever frc - h. and makes i he ni pl-'.'i-ant lo lake, whihi
being poi ely vegetable, *i'< harm can ;trl<e (Vom
meir ii-- in "any quantity.
'I'lnn' operate by Itirir'poiverlsiliiurtiieii'-e mt Hie
internal v i>. era lo purify the Mind and slit.minto
ii imo heal I In action-remove the oh.-lrtii'lions
iil'tlm -I e.iiiii-Ii, bowel . Uv er, and .?Hier oiyniir. of
the hod;. . iv l-uilig Iheh'lriegtihii aellou loin! ? ll ll,
?oui I.;, .-.?.-ri? ??iig, wherever ll<:-> .vi-', H -li de
r.iiiir? '".. '.n a ? -i e the liest <>ii;#m nf 'ti-, a e.
Mniule dl'"ci-i'.m? aro given <n Hie wrapper on
the !. .\. im- iii . following compiti?!?, whldi thiSc
PHI* i-.ipi.lb cum:
Fur la.v-.|ifitaiu or C ??llm'vnoit. Ll-.tl?...-.
ne*?. Lull)nor and I.?MW of Appetite, ihev
.- hi.nhl he ial.cn moderately to .-thmilale Hie ni om?
ach, and rectore Un healthy lon? and action.
I >? Liver Coninlulnf and its various symp?
tom-. Billion? IScaihtclic, Mick lleuol
iielie. JTuundirR or Grri>n Nirltnns*!, ?Jit
lon? Colic anil IBlIiouw Fever?, they should
he judiciously taken for each case, to correct tho
diseased action or remove the obstructions which
I"or l>T?entrry or JBiiirr?oru, but our
mild dose ls generally required.
!'..'' IlIlFtlllitltisiii, Clout, ??ravel, Pul.
jor.?lion of til?' Heurt, BDaln In tito
Ailie. BBncU and Loin?, they should be contin?
uously tn ken, ns required, to change the diseased
action of the system. With auch change those
lor Uroniiy and YBropaicul 8?<elIingM
they should bc taken in large and frequent ?loses
to produce thc effect of a drastic purge.
tor Muppresaloii a large dose should be
taken as il produces thc desired effect by sym?
As a ithinrr Pill, tuko one or two Pills to
promote digestion and relievo the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach .ind
bowels Into health j- action, restores Hie appetite,
und invigorates thu system. Hence it is often ad?
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often linds Unit n
doao or these Pill? makes him feel decidedly bet?
ter, from their clemming and renovating offoct on
thu digestivo apparatus.
-Br. JT. C. A TER ACO., Practical Ch?ntate,
^ LOWELL. MASS., JJ. 8. A.
D^Q^ivi .." .,| t/. M.MlOr, Agent.
i)P? BB LH. choice Table POTATOES, for
&t? aale low. EDWARD HOPE.
Mg- Dv. Sc lie sicK AdTltcs ContwaptUoi
to go to florid* IR W tarter-Having for
the last thirty-flvo ycaro devoted my "whole
time and attention to the study of lung dio
oaees and consomption, X feel that I under?
stand fall; the coarse that ought to be pur?
sued to restore a tolerably bad case of diseased
lungs to healthy soundness. The drat and
most important atop is for tho patient to
avoid taking cold, and tho host of all places
on this continent for this purpose in winter,
is Florida, well down in tho State, whore tho
temperature is regular, and not eubjoct to
such variations as in more Northern latitudes.
Palatka is a point I can recommend. A good
hotel is kept thero by Pctorman. I.aet win?
ter I saw several persons there WIIOBO rungs
had boen badly diseased', but who, under thc
healing influence of tho climate and my medi?
cines, wero getting well.
Ono hundred miles further down the river
ia a point which I would prefer to Palatka, un
tho temperature ia moro even and tho air dry
and bracing. Mellon ville and Enterprise aro
located tuero. I should givo a decided pre?
ference lo Mellon ville. It is two miles from
river or lako, and it ncema almost impossible
tu tako cold thero. The tables in Florida
might bo better, and patients complain at
times, but that is a good sign, as it ludientes
A return of appetite, and when this is the case
thoy generally increase in ilesb, and then tho
lungs must heal.
Jacksonville, Hibernia, Oreen Cove, and
many other placea in various parts of Florida,
can bo safely recommended to consumptives
in winter. My reasons for Baying so aro that
patients aro less liable to take cold thero than
whero thero is a less even temperature, and it
is not necessary to Bay that where a' consump?
tive person exposes himeclf to frequent colds,
lie is cortain to die shortly. Therefore, my
advice is. go well down into the State, cut ot
tho reach of prevaUing East winds and fogs.
Jacksonville, or almost any other of the lo?
calities I have named, will benefit those who
are troubled with a torpid liver, a disordered
stomach, deranged bowels, soro throat or
cough, bot for those whoso lungs aro disoased
a moro Heathorn point is earnestly recom?
F'or fifteen years prior to 18G9,1 was profes?
sionally in New York, boston, Baltimore and
Philadelphia every week, where I saw and ex?
amined on an average ?vo hundred patients a
week. A practico so extensive, embracing
every possible phase of lung disease, bas ena?
bled mo to understand tho disease fully, and
heneo my caution in regard to taking cold. A
person may take vast quantities of "Schcnck't
Pulmouic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and Man?
drake Pilla," and yet dio if ho docs not avoid
In Florida, nearly everybody is uainf
Schcnek's Mandrake Pills, for the c'imntc it
moro likely to produce bilious habits thar
more Northern latitudes. It is a well cstilb
liabed fact that natives of Florida rarely dit
of consumption, especially those of ibo South
ern part. On tho other hand, in New Eng
land, one third, at least, ol' tho popnlatioi
dio of thin terrible disease. In thc Middh
States it docs not prevail so largely, stil
thero aro many thousands of eas CH there
What a vast per cen ta go of lifo would be save?
if consumptives were as easily alarmed in rc
gard to taking fresh cold as they arc abon
scarlet fever, sr tall-pox, Ac. But they an
not. Tlicy take -hat they term a little cold
which they aro credulous enough to be.iev
will wear oft in a fow days. They pay no at
tention to it, and heneo it lays the foundatioi
for another and another still, until the lung
aro diseased beyond all hopo for cure.
My advice to persons whoso lungs ar
affected even slightly is. to lay in a stock o
Hclienck's Pulmouic Syrup, Schcnek's Beawee
Tonic and Schcnek's Mandrake Pills and g
to Florida. I recommend these particnla
medicines because I ara thoroughly acquaint
od with their act ion. I know that where the
aro used in strict accordance with my dircc
tiona, they will do tho work that ia requirec
This accomplished, naturo will do tho real
'I bo physician wilt? prescribes for cold, coug
or night-sweats, and then advises tho palien
to walk or rldo ont every day, will bo sure t
have a ( orono on his hands before long.
My plan ia to givo my three medicines, i
accordance with tho printed directions, ri
cept in Bomo cases whero a freer uso of th
Maudrako Tills is nccossary. My object is t
givo tono to tho stomach-to get up a goo
appetite. It is always a good sign when
patient begins to grow hungry. I have hope
of such. With a rolish for food and Hi
gratification of that relish comes good blom
and with it moro flesh, which is closely fo
lowed by a bealing of the langs. Then Hi
cough loosens and abates, tho creepingchil
and clammy night-sweats no longer proBt. al
and annoy, and the patient gets well, pro vi?
od ho avoids taking oold.
Now there aro many consumptives who ha>
not the means to RO to Florida. Thequestic
may ba asked, is thero no hopo for sucl
Certainly lhere is. My ads ice to such is. an
over han been, to stay in a warm ronni duriu
the winter, with a temperature of aboi
seventy degrees, which should bo ke|
regularly at that point, by means of a the
momo ter. Let such a patient tako bise
ore iso within tho limits id' the room by wal
ing up and down as much as his strength wi
pero.it, in order to keep up a healthy circu?
lion of the blood, I have cured thousant
by this system, end can do so again. Coi
sumption is ns easily cured ns any otb
diseuse, if taken in time, und the propel kn
of treatment is pursued. Tho fact sta nt
undisputed on record thut Schcnek's Pnlm
nie Syrup, Mandruko I ills, and-Seawoed Ton
have cured very many of what seemed to 1
hopeless eases of consumption. Oo whe
you will, you will bo almost certain to Hi
some poor consumptive w ho bas been resent
from the very jaws of doath by their UPC.
So tar as tho Maudrako Pills aro conccrnoi
everybody should koop a supply of them <
hand. They act on the liver better than cal
mel, ami leave none of ita hurtful effects b
hind. In fact, they are excellent in all eas
whore a purgative medicine is required,
yon have purtuken too freely of fruit ai
dian Inca ensues, a c'oso of tho Mandrak
will cure you. If yon aro subject to sii
headache, take ft dose of the Mandrakes ai
they will relieve you in two hours. If y<
would obviate the effect of a change of waif
ur tho too fren indulgence in fruit, ta!
on?* of the Mandrake s everv night or eve
other night, and you may then drink wat
and eat walcimelons, pears, apples plum
ponches or cora, without ibo risk of being si
tty (hem. They will protect those who live
damp situations against chills and fe vii
Try them. They aro perfectly hm mie?
They can do you good on Iv.
I nave abandoned my professional visits
r.e.-.ton mid New York, bul continue to s
patients nt my office. No. 15 N. MX I ll ?tre<
Philadelphia, every Saturday from 'JA. M.
3P.M. Those who wish a thorough exan
nation with tho Ri Spirometer will be ching
live dollars Tho Kcspi remeter dec?an s t
exact condilion of tho lungs, and patients c
readily barn whether they are curable or ni
But I desire it distinctly understood that t
value of my medicines d'-pi mis entirely np
their being taken strictly according to din
In conclusion, I will say that when pei BO
take my medicines ami their systems a
brought into r. healthy condition therol
they aro not so liablo to tako cold, yctfno o
with diseased lungs can bear a sudden chan
of atmosphere without thc liability of great
or less irritation of the bronchial tubes.
Full directions in all languages accompa
my medicines, inexplicit and clear that anvo
can use thom without consulting me, and c
be bought from any druggist.
X. H. SCHENCK, M. D.,
No. 15N.8IXTH street, Philadelphia
NOT 1? +1]
WILL bo found invnlnublo for want 'of
Appetite, Gone i nI Dobility, Chilla ind j
Fever and Dyspepsia. For sale by Druggists
and Grocers every whore. Frncipial Depot,
GOODRICH, WI NF 3! AN A CO.,
Charleston. S. C.
For salo in Co1un.bin. H. C., wholesale or
retail, by HARDY SOLOMON and OEORGE
SYMMEHS. No v_20 t3ino
CT rV BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
tJyJ dsalors bv EDWARD HOPE.
ti ENUINE Imported CIO ARS, together with
JT a large supply of Dome ?tia CIGARS.
Prices to suit all. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Thief Proof Drawers.
THE nndoroiRncd imvo roocivod the ARCTICS
ot these DRAWEES. TA? y are the one
thing needful for the pro-1 - ? -k
tecHonof every ?tore ano ?r\w.UVV|A/^ B
ehop in Columbia, af- IMPROVED 1
fording a euro pro tee -v i n ' ' 1
lion from the liuht-fln ?ILL LOCKS DnAVYER||
f;crcd gontry. For salt - ?
ow, by FAIRBANKS SL CO., L
J. A T. R/ AGNEW. AGENTS, B
252 Broadway, N. Y. M
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so well known throughout
tho South, need no comment. In st)Io ol
workmanship, and for etticit ney nf work,
their turu-out, with the name umcunt of
I powor, is unequaled. R. TOZER, Agent.
August 2 Columbia. S. 0.
JUST R ??EIVEb,
1. k W. C. SW4MM0I
^NOTHER lot of thoso popular Glengai ry, Garrick ami King William CAPE OVER?
'lhoec Perfect-Fitting White* and Fancy SHIRTS.
Czar and Leo HATS, new at j hu.
Extra Fine English BROADCLOTH, for line Drop Coats, all of whit h w Pl l t ?old r. t low
J. I. k M. L. KIIA11
TPEO ,u e?l' particular attention to tho following liet of good-?, which are MARKKD DOWN
to such low figures, an to insure '.heir speedy sale.
EMPRESS CLOTHS, POPLINS, PLAIDS
AX.X. WINTER DRESS IVLATERL&LS.
Real Paisley SHAWLS. Wool Shawls, handsome Beaver Cloaks, low and medium priced
Cloaks, and All Winter Coverings.
A large stock of PUBS, in sets and single.
Heavy CASSIMEBES, heaver Cloths, BLANKETS, Flannels, Libbrys, Ac.
Wo have iccentry added to our CARPET, WINDOW SHADE and OIL CLOTH DEPART?
MENTS, which goods can be sold cheaper than earlier in the seaton.
Our DOMESTIC STOC K is very large, to which we invite the attention ol thc doust luy?
era. Jan ll
NEW MUSIC STORE,
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, TAYLOR, NEAR MAIN ST.
THE subscribers would respectfully inform the
public that they havo opened tho largest and moat
completo stock of MUSICAL MERCHANDIZE ever
brought to this market. Having secured thc agency
of some of tho largest Piano Factories in tho coun?
try, wo aro enabled to offer special inducements to
those in want of these instruments. The celebrated
American Piano Forte,
Manufactured by Wm. McCammon & Co., which
are so well adapted lo the Si nthern climate, owiug
to tht ir peculiar construction, cnn be sr< n at our leonis. Wi'l his? Kiep second-hand Pianos
for sale. We ure also agents for tho BURDETT COMBINAI ION Ol.CAN, the greatest suc?
cess of tho age. Several pf the instruir cuts havo been disposed ot lu the St ato, and have
given universal satisfaction. Wc'cordially invite the prolt-ssioii t.i il thc mut ?cal public gen?
erally, to call and examine these wonderful in. t: cn.ci.ts.
WE have also added a BRASS BAND
DEPARTMENT t<> our establishment
and aro enabled to furnish everything
needed in that line, either of Brass or
Oerman Silver. Completo sets of these,
instruments may be seen at our rooms,
together with Buss Drums, Snare Drums,
Sticks, Snares, Brum Heads, Cymbals.
Our stock of Musical merchandize em?
braces everything in tito Music hue. such
as Violins." Bows, Concertinas, Flutes,
Guitars, and everything pertaining to a
Musical instrument. Sue? t Music always
on hand, or furnished at short notice.
Musical instruments of all kinds repaired
and Inned Will also nrrango Music
either for Brass or Quadrilla Bauds, for
any number of instruments
Our Pi ?no Boom is neatly fitted np for
mwodstion of Lathes, anti wo cordially invite th? m to call ard examine s ur Pianos.
W. II. Ly lilt.I M> tS? SO.V.
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.;
i*ar~ ESTABLISHED 1845.
. - -~> . -
Oldest and Leading Insurance Agency
Ol Central and Northern South Carolina.
NORTH liHlTlsll AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMBANV,
Of London and I >..>.}.,.ry Incorporated 1809. Assets in Gold, $11,2('D,00(>.
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford. Conn. Incorporated 1810. Assets, ?62,100,1011.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of Nur Vork. Incorporated 1852. Assets, 82,1139,122.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Ncic York. Incorporated 1850. Assets, $2,017,8G9.
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Columbus, Ga. Incorporated 1809. Assets, $500,000.
THE above ate among the oldest and best established Companies in the conntty. Their
ample Assets and the rtjn/lation they have long since sequin d as pr< mpt and/Of r dealing
Companies, arc the brM gnarantf es of their safety and honorable coi duet in the future.
LOSSES adjusted and paid at tills Agency.
Insure with E. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
Nov 13 3mo Office in Saving? Bank Buildirg, Columbia, S. C.
Change of Echedule.
So urn CAHOLIKA RAILROAD COMPAKY,
COLUMBIA, H. C., January 19, 1871.
rC--O ON and after Sun
M???SBSBiTr day, tho 22d instant,
Passenger Trains upon thia Hoad ?ill arrive
and leavo aa follow?:
THAIN NO. 1.
Loave Charleston at.8 20 a ni
L rrivo at Columbia at. 3 40 p ia
Leave Columbia at.12.16 p m
Arrive nt Charleston at.7 50 j) m
Leave Camden, Sundays excepted, at.9 f>0 a m
Arrive at Ringville at.*..1 20 p m
Leave Ringville, Sundays execp'd, at.2 ?U p m
Arrive at Camden a?.O OO p tu
The above Trains run in connection with
Wilmington,Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
connecting with Traine for Wilmington, North
Carolina, and with Trains for Angin ta, Cror
y.ia- making closo connections with Night
Trains of Ocorgia Rnilrond and Central Rail?
road, for all points South and Wept.
THAIN NO. 2-NIOUT EXPHISH.
(Sunday Night excepted.)
Leavo Charleston at.7.10 p in
Arrive at Columbia at.fi 00 a m
Leavo Columbia at. .7 SO p m
Arrive at Charleston at.0.45 a m
This Train runs in connection with Un Au?
gusta Trains, inakiug cloeo connection with
(leorgia Railroad and Central Railroad Morn?
ing '1 raina, for all points South and Webt.
A. L. T?LEU, vice-President.
8. R.!PiciciNH, (to?era! Ticket Agent. Jan 21
Charlotte. Colombia and Augusta R.B.
COLOMBIA, S. C., January 17. 1871.
f~*?I aaa. ?gSgSgS?fl ON and after SUNDAY,
?a?UP WM V '"*tl*P? -Tn nun ry 22, tbO PatBfll
ger trains over this Road will run as follows:
GOING Nomrn.-No. 1. No. 2.
STATIONS. AUBIVB. LEAVE. Altai VE. LEAVE.
Augusta 8 00 ara O OO pm
Columbia 12.51 pm 1.03 pm ll 05 pm 11.V0 pm
Winnab'ro 3.17 pm 3 37 pm 1.25 am 1 27 an?
Cheater 5 07 pm 5.10 pm 2 5G am 3.00 am
Charlotte 7.30 pm 5.30 am
GOINO SOOTH-No. 1. No. 2.
ABBIVE. LEAVE. ABB1VE. LEAVE.
Charlot te 8.00 am 8 10 pm
ehester 10.20 am 10 23 am 10.27 pm 10 30 pm
Winnsb'o ll 55 am 11.68 am ll 55 pm 11.58 pm
Columbia 2.16 pm 2.28 pm 2.13 am 2.28 am
Augusta 7 45 pm 7.30 am
GOINO NOBTU.-Train No. 1 makes close
HAILY CONNECTIONS at Charlotte for all points
Non i II and EAST.
Trait; No. 2 makes same concctions, SUNDAYS
GOINO SOI;TII.-Train No. 1 makes closo
DAILY CONNECTIONS at Augusta with trains
of Georgia and Contral Goorgia Padreada,
for all points South, South-west and West
Train No 2 makes samo connection", SUN?
DA YH EXCEPTED.
No night trains will loavo Charlotte Au?
gust* or intormediato points on Sundays.
Through Tickets sold and baggage chocked
to principal points. J. M. SELK1KK. Sup.
E. lt. OOIISEY, General Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO .
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., Januar 25, 1871.
??i G*affiBB?& TRAINS will be run over
tBt SS.S*M*K5"B"y this Poad aa foih wo:
Express. if ail.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. A Rm VE. LEAVE.
Charlotto fi 35 a m 8.00 p :n
Salisbury? 08 am 8 13 an 10.31 p m 10.39 p m
Gr'nsb'oll .05 a m ll 20an. 1.30 a m 1.45 am
Co 8bopl2 50 p m 1 05 p m 2 57 am 3.17 a m
; Hillsb'ro 2 28 p m 2.33 pm 4 27am 4 29 am
Raleigh 5.12 a m G.38 a m 7.10 am
Goldsboro 10.55 a m
Ooldsboro 3 00 p m
Raleigh 8.45 am 6 58 p m 7.40 am
Hillbbroll.i.7am 11.10pm 10 (0 a m 10 02 a m
Co Shop 12 30pm 12.50 pm 11.12 a m ll 45 a m
Or'nsb'o 2 10p m 2 20pm 1.10 am 2.00 am
Salisb'ry 5.15 p m 5 20pm 450am 4rC5 a m
Charlottc7.5Gpm 7.30 am
Jan 27 W. H. GREEN, Maa. Trans.
Schedule on Bine Ridge Railroad.
nmmngi Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
?SSB^g^ " Pendleton. 5 20 "
?? Perryvhle.6.00 "
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leavo Walhalla.8 30 A. M.
" Pendleton.5.80 ??
Arrive at Anderson.6.16 "
Waiting at Anderson ono hour for the arrival
oflup train on Greonvillo and Columbia Road.
July 31_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Road
SHHEfflBBHB ON anu after tho 24th
1?&JgSjjJ?M?^t< instant, the Passenger
Trains will go down on MONDAYS. WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Spartanburg
Court House, at 7 20 A. M., and arriving at
\laton 1.35 T. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS. THUB8DAY8
aud SATUKDAYS, will leavo Alston at 9 50 A.
M., and arrive at Spartanburg at 3 40 P. M.
THOMA8 B. JETER. President.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
0 KN Ell AL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., December 1,1870.
n*5"7CO. TEnOfSS&rJ??S^ ON and after this
SF??. ?ftP.fS? d 81 e, tho following
schedule will bc run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Ttaun on South Caro?
lina Railroad up mai down; also with Trains
going South cn Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
Leave Columbia a?. 7 00 a. m.
Alston. 8 40 a. m.
" Newberry. 10.10 a. m.
Cokcshury.145 p. m.
Belton.8.30 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 5 LO p. m.
L.-ave Greenville at. 5 45 a. m.
" Relton. 7 23 a. ni.
" Ookesburv. 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. ni.
Deel JOHN II. MOUE. General KupJ_
Car riane Materials.
___ CONSIS1ING in part of RUBS,
rJPZ2gf^Ls<\)'>\.iFtdh.es, Shads, Wheels,
rR3"""**s3*p?Poles. Bops, Malleable Castings.
i3L-.Fi I th w r.( (ls. Bands, Enamelled
Leather, Hash Leal hoi. Patent and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Ca?pct, lining Nabs. Springs,
Axles. Fire and (dint lion. Dash Frames,
Pairts, Cils, Canirge Varnishes, Ac, Ac.
Cur stock <>l I ll Oso goods if second to nono in
Columbia, ami those desiring to purchase,
xiii ea oe motif j bj calling on
Kept ll J. A T. R. AGNEW^
Tho Foliock HOUHU
/jfgvs f~\ BAS been overhauled jK^a
^?\?V?l!l1 Titted up for the win ?JffflKX
^S)g$F ter season. OYSTERS, ^B"TS
FISH and HAMP served np in tho usual style.
The Privato LUNCI1 BOOM has been refit
ted, and guests may expect proper attention.
(Vt 1? TM TM ?LT OCR. Proprietor.^
Downer s Mineral bpeim UH.
ANEW OIL. which trill not light under 300
degrees Farenheil; never gums; is almost
od rles? and as safe as Sperm or Lard (lil for
family use, anti when burned in the MINERAL
SPERM LAMP, tho light is eqnal to the best
Kerosene, at a cost not exceeding ono-half a
cont, per hour. It requires but littlo atten?
tion, no trimming, and the chimney never
breaks from heat.
A BUpply ot this safety oil, and a small
assortment of Lamps, Inst roeoived and for
??le hy_ _J AT. R. AONEW.
1 f\f\ BARRELS PINK EYES and PEACH
LUI r BLOWS, in fino order, for salo low
rn?- T?h fmb-_EDWARD HOPE.
BurguiuB m Clothing at HOKB'S.