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??JBLIBHED D.MUT AWO TOI-WEEKLY.
EVBBY WEDM ES D A Y MORNING.
8Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITO? AKD FBOPBIETOB.
Office on Hain Street, above Taylor.
earBooh and Job Printing of ovory de; crip
don promptly and faithfully attended to.
Inserted in the Daily at 75 cents por squaro
Tor tho first and 60 cents each subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisement!} by tho wook,
month or yoar, at roasonable rates.
Daily, six months, ti 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 ?I ;
Weekly, 1 50.
This Toang Hatband's Dilemma.
John had just married and brought home a
A graceful, and buxom, and beautiful miss;
And when at tho altar he stood hy her side,
It Boomed tho iaBt drop, in his full cup of
Indeed oho wasone of tho fairest of creatures,
Hor lips wcro Uko rubies, hor teeth while as
Tho rosa might havo borrowed its hues from
The sun-light was mocked hy her bright
"With feasting and music tho swift momenta
Till midnight approached, and tho brido
and her groom,
After bidding their friends and companions
Retired-together, of course-to their room.
There her beautiful wroathand aRoseamcrvcil
On top of tho bur?au sho carefully laid.
Then placing her dress, with its long silken
O'er tho back of a chair by tho sido of tho
And then, ono hy one-bat I can't toll tho
Of tho various garments embroidered and
Nor the focliog that over tho young husband
As ho sat and observed her disrobo for the
But many a brilliant illusion, 1 wocn,
The possession of such a position dispels,
To a man who has beard, but never yet seen
That wonderful process, tho peeling of belies.
So J?bn felt, on Bcoing those beautiful curl?,
Tho so glorious masses of bright golden
.And tho teeth ho admired-they wero whiter
All laid in a box that sho placod on a chair.
Moantimo in that box something more caught
To show how tho artist darno natnre can
A full and judicionsly chosen supply
Ot cosmetics ad lib., rougo, enamel and
From her chooks carno hor plumpers-which,
lest she should loso 'cm.
Sho placed in hor toilot box, too, with thc
Thon swift detached tho full palpitant boKom
Her lover BO fondly-SO blindly-had
Then she placed on tho chair tho hugo cush?
ions one woro,
When the husband was still moro than over
To seo what he never had witnessed before
A fair woman's hastie abreast ot her bust.
Then touching a spring that was hidden
Her lower limbs parted precisely in halves.
And she laid on tho altar-I mean on tho
Her last sacrifico, a pair of fai calves.
Her dissection completed, she plunged under
Like a lath that might into a rivulet drop
Thou tenderly asked of her motionless lover,
"My darling, how long do you intend to sit
"My dear, Pm quito undecided," ho said,
"What course in tho oase would bo proper
To follow the fraction that got into bcd,
Or stay with tho part that is piled in tho
?The Wandering Jew."
A rumor comes from a village near
Antwerp that tho historio "Wandering
Jew" has been seen in that neighbor?
hood. He is reported as huving passed
rapidly through tho market place, and
as having, on tho outskirts of the vil?
lage, addressed a few words to some chil?
dren, who, bolder than their compan?
ions, had followed in his path. Ho was
dressed in worn and dingy antique gar?
ments, carried a long stuff, and, with his
profuse beard streaming in tho wind,
presented such an awe-inspiring appear?
ance that the terrified villagers fled from
bim in fright. When bo paused aud
spoke to the children bo told them to go
back and inform the people that a u^w
ruler had arisen iu Europe, who would
bring Belgium, Hollnud and other coun?
tries uuder his sway; that many strange
vicissitudes would bo witnessed, and
that many proud beads would bo brought
low. Ou being questioned ns to his
name, bo replied: "Seek not to know. 1
havo been hero before in tho past. I
shall bo here again in tho future. Until
the end of time shall I walk the earth
unceasingly." Tho apparition, then
waving his band, turned from tho chil?
dren and resumed its plodding wulk, aud
disappeared in tho distance.
Tho report of this appearance of the
"Wandering Jew" has caused great ex
citement among tho believers in tho le?
gend, and the truth of the story is cred?
ited throughout Bo'gium. Tho legend
of tho Jow who bad witnessed tim ern
oiiixiou, and had becu condemned to
live and wander over the earth until tho
timo of Christ's second coming, origin?
ated in tho middle ages, und cnn be
traced back to tho Chronicles of tho Ab?
bey of St. Albaus. which wa? copied and
continued by Matthew Paris. This
chronicle relates that, in 1228, a certain
Archbishop of Armenia Mi j or came to
Eoglaud on a visit, to sacred places, und
while enjoying tho bospitnlity of tho
Abbey of St. Albans, among other
strange stoiies, related that ibero was a
man named Joseph living in Armonio,
who had witnessed the crucifixion. This
man, originally called Cartapbilus, was
a porter in Pilate's service, aud while
Jesus was passing ont from tho judgment
hall, impiously struck him on the huck,
saying, "Go quicker; why do yon loiter?"
Jeans looked on him with a severo ooun
tenaaoe, and said, "I am going, but yon
will woit till I rotam,*'.. ."jPSS??Uog
ly Car taphiluo is stilt waiting his rotnrn.
After Christ's death he waa converted
and baptized, and his name was ob tinged
to Joseph. ID 1542, the wandering Jew
appeared ut Hamburg, telling a story
similar to tho above. Ho, however, said
bis name was Ahasaerns, and that he was
a shoe-maker who struck Jesus on tho
back while on tho way to Golgotha. This
particular person is described as a tall
man, of about fifty years of age, with
long hair banging down to bis shoulders,
bare-footed, and wearing a strange cos?
tume, consisting of sailors' trousers, n
gown roaching to the knees, und a long
mantle flowing down to bis feet. He
spoke good German, in the Saxon dia?
lect. ?575 tho Wandering Jow appeared
in tho Netherlands, nnd this timo used
tho Spanish language. A few years
later, tho Wandering Jow arrived at
Strasbourg, and, going before tho ma?
gistrates, informed them that bo bad
visited tho city just 2U? years before,
which statement, it is asserted, was
proven to be true, by a reference to tho
town records. Ho next iras heard of in
tho West Indies aud again in France,
where, in 1G0-1, bo caused considerable
sensation, bis prcsonco being accompa?
nied by destructivo hurricanes. On
April 22, 177-1, an individual claiming to
bo tho Wandering Jew appeared in lirus
sols, aud told his story to the common
people; bc, however, bad changed the
popular namo of this character, and
called himself Isaac Lnqiicdcn. This
leg nd bas formed tho subject of nu?
merous popular ballads in tho different
languages of Europe, and also of poems,
tales .and novels by distinguished au?
thors. It may hero bo remarked that
this curious myth seems to havo origin?
ated in that passage of tho Gospel ol' St.
John, xx', 22, where Jesus says of John :
"If I will that ho tarry till 1 come, what
is that to thee? follow thou me. Then
went this saying abroad among the
brethren that that disciple should not
Japan is a country of antitheses. Na
tuie in nil ber aspects is very beautiful,
but earthquakes aud typhoons aro very
numerous. Tho ground is covered with
tho most beautiful (lowers; and tho air is
Ailed witb birds of ino richest plumage;
bub tho former arc scentless and thc
latter voiceless. Tho people aro simple?
minded and happy, aud proudly trace
their history into tho past far beyond
that of the Chinese.
Rich, Rare and Ruby.
WE havo just received an extensivo addi?
tion to our stock of WINES and LI
QUORS, which will comparo favorably, in pu?
rity, with any stock in tho United States.
Wo mention: Superior Heidsick; Vcrzcnav
Moet & Cbandon; Veuvo Clicquot I'onsardin;
Curta i Hod Mouascaux, and other brands ol
CHAMPAGNE. J. A P. Munch's Cognac
I) lt AN DY-believed to ho tho only lot of thin
celebrated brand in t ho city. Old Wheat Bour?
bon WHISKEY-18(10. Genuino Hungarian
HITTERS. Partaga, La Creina and Concilia
cian CIGARS-genuino Havanas. Call and
irv thom. PAYS1NGER A FRANKLIN,
Jan 28 Vxohaneo Honnp.
/'1 ENUINE Import ed CIGARS, together with
\JC a largo cuipply of Domostic CIGARS.
Price? to suit all. JOHN C S EEG EUS.
W FIRST PRIZE
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify the blood and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel tho
Blues and all mental dis*
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure 'fiM
ous (tntl other J'\'.rers. /''erer et/ttl
sit/tfC, Ch/tis, 'D/'/trrho/-//. */)ysti>
/(./.)?. 7>vspcpsia, fica-. fiiefcucss,
Col ir, ( holertt, Chotera .1 lori*/ts,
and overy complaint inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies will find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
CirThousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
office of 9
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
0-1 & CG Water Street, N. Y.
CLACIUS A WiTTE. Charleston. Gem nd
Agenta fur Slate South Oaiolina Pebl8|lil>
Chewing Tobacco-Just Beceived.
AIT NE lot of the best Pan-euko and Pig
Ni V ?I JOHN C SEEOEBH.
K f\ BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
0\J dealers liv EDWARD HOPE. _
The Pollock House
/ \ BAS beon overhauled jWBa-m
^&LSr and fitted up for the vrin-<4UK
xfl(pr ter season. OYSTERS, MPT*
PISH and GAME served up in tli??o?nisiyio.
The Private LUNCH ROOM has been refit
ted, and gueBts may expeot proper attentir
Oot 12 T. M. POLLOCK. Proprietor.
SS3T Dr. S? !??>?? cfc CaBiumptlT?.
to (io to ricrlda lu Winter.- Uavmp for
the I ant thirty-five ycnro devoted my whole
time and attention to tho atndy of )?ng dia
oasos and consumption. I fcbl that 1 under?
stand fully tho conree that ouifht to bo pnr
ened to restore a tolerably bad caso of diseased
lungs to healthy soundness. The first and
most important stop IB for tho patient to
avoid taking cold, ana tho best of all places
on ttiis continent for this pnrpose in winter,
is Florida, well down in tho state, where the
temperature ia regular, and not subject to
audi variations as in more Northern lath tides.
Palatka is a point I cnn recommend. A good
hotel ia kept thcro by Potermnn. Laut win?
ter I naw nevera! persona there whoso lungs
hud been badly diseased, but who, under (lie
healing influence of the climate and my medi?
cines, wero getting well.
Ono hundred miles further down Ihn river
is a point which I would prefer to Palatka, as
tho temp?rature is more even mid tho air thy
and bracing. Mellonvillo and Enterprise arc
localed there. I should givo a decided pre?
ference to Mellonvillo. IL IS two miles from
river or lake, anti it seems almost impossible
to Uko cold Ibero. The tables in Hoi ida
might be b< Uer, and patients complain al
times, hut thal is a gond sign, as it indicates
a return of appetite, and when this is tin* case
they generally increase in flesh, anti then I he
Innes must heal.
Jacksonville, Hibernia, Oreen Cove, and
many other places in various parts ol Florida,
can lie safely recommended to consumptive*
in winter. My reasons for sajino co are that
patients are less liable to take cold there than
?here then; is a less even tempt rat ure. and it
is not necessary to say that whore a consump?
tive person expos'.s burnell to li equent colds,
hois certain to die shortly. Th? refere, in j
advice is, go well down into the State, ? ut ol
the reach of prevailing East winds and fogs.
Jacksonville, or almost nny olin rfd' the In?
calidos 1 have mimi tl. ?ill lieut lit those who
aro troubled with a torpid liver, a disordered
stomach, deranged bowels, sore thront*or
cough, but for those whoso lungs ?re diseased
a moro Southern point is earnestly recom?
For liltcoa years prior to 1800, I was profes?
sionally in New York, boston, baltimore und
I'hilade phil every wei l., where 1 ssw and t x
atnined uu an average Ovo hnndn d path ms u
week. A practice so extensive, embracing
every possible phase of Inna disease, has ena?
bled me to understand the disease fully, am)
hence my caution in regard tn taking cold. <\
person may take vnst quant it i< s of "Sehcnck's
I'ulmonic Syrup, Sea weed Tonie, and Man?
drake Pills." anti yet die if he dot s not avoid
In Florida, nearly everybody is lining
Schcnck's Mandrake i'ills. lor tho o'imntc is
more likely to produce bilious habits than
inoro Nun bern latitudes. It. is a well estab?
lished fact that natives td Florida rarely die
of consumption, especially those of the South?
ern purl. On tho other band, in New Kur?
land, one-third, at least, td thc population
dio ut this terrible disease. Ill tho Middle
States it docs not prevail so largely, still
Ibero arc many thousands of cases there.
What a vast per centagc of lifo would be saved
if consumptives were as easily iilarmed.in re?
gard to laking fresh cold HS they arc about
scarlet fever, small-pox, Ac. lint they ure
not. They take what they term a little cold,
wi.ich they uro credulous enough to be ?eve
will wear o fl in a few days. They pay no at?
tention to it, and hence it lays the foundation
for another mid another still, until t he linios
are diseased beyond all hope for cure.
My advice to persons whoso lungs arc
affected even slightly is, to lay in a sleek ol
Sclieiick's I'ulmonic Syrup, Schonek's Seaweed
Tonic and Scheuck's Mandrake Pills and g<>
to Florida. I recommend these particular
medicines because I am thoroughly acquaint?
ed willi their action. 1 know that where they
are used iu strict accordance with my direc?
tions, tbey will do tho work that is required.
This accomplished, nature will do the rest.
Tho physician who prescribes for cold, cough
or night-sweats, and then advises Ibo patient
10 walk or rido out every day, will bo sure to
havo a < orpsn on bis hands beftire long.
My plan is to givo my three medicines, in
accordance with tho printed directions, ex?
cept in some cases where a freer use of the
Mandrake I'ills ia necessary. My object is to
givo tono to tho stomach-to get up a good
appetite It is always a good sign when a
patient begins to grow hungry. I havo hopes
of such. With a relish for food und the
gratilication of that relish comes good blood,
and with it more llosh, which is closely fol?
lowed by a bealing of tho langa. Then the
eolith loosens and abates, the creeping chills
and clammy night-sweats no longer prostrate
and annoy, and the patient gets well, provid?
ed bo avoids takiug cold.
Now tliere uro many consumptives who have
not tho moans to RO to Florida. Thc question
may bo asked, is thero no hopo tor such?
Certainly there is. My advico to such ix. and
over has been, to stay in a warm room during
tho winter, with a temperature of about
seventy degrees, which should bo kept
regularly at that point, by means of a ther?
mometer. Let such a patient take his ex
orciso within tho limits of tbe room by walk?
ing up and down aa much as his strength viii
pernut, iu ordor to keep up a healthy circula?
tion or tho blood. I havo cured thousands
by this system, and can do so again. Con?
sumption ia as easily cured as any other
diseaso, if taken in time, and the proper kind
of treatment is pursued. Tho fact stands
undisputed tm record that Schenek's Pulmo
nic Syrup, Mandrako I'ills, and Seaweed Tonic
have cured very many of what set med tobe
hopeless cases of consumption. Go where
you will, you will hi? almost certain to lind
Komi) poor consumptive who has boen rescued
from tho very jaws of death by their use.
So far as the Mandrako Pills aro concerned,
everybody should keep a supply of them on
hand. They act on the liver better titan calo?
mel, and leave nono ol' its hm uni t fleets be?
hind. In fae!, they are excellent in al! cases
where a purgative medicine is required, lt
you have partaken too freely of Unit and
dian Inca ensues, a dos*1 of the Mandrakes
will euro yon. If you aro subject tn nick
headache, take a dose of ibo Mandrakes and
Uuy will relievo jon in two hours. If you
would obviate the effect nf a chilllge of water,
or lilt- too I'nt) indulgence in finit, take
One of the Mat th ski s every nighi or every
oilier ?iiiht, and you may ttl? II think waler
sud eat wal ni melons, pears, apples ninnis,
peaches or corn, without i he risk of being sick
ny i bein. They will protect those who live in
dani]) situations; against chills and lev. is.
Try them. They are perfectly hal micas.
They can ?lo yon genii oniv.
I bavi abandoned mV professional visils le
Boston and New Yolk, bul continue to run
patients at my oftlco, No. l? :.. HX i li Street,
Phi ?ddp..hi, every Sal imlay hom OA. M. lt;
I) P. M. Those who ivUli ii ihoioiudi e:;ami.
na! ion wit li I he Itt spin mi tel will be ehalg td
11 vu dol?ais Tho Itcttpioiim ter (hehir-.- the
exact condition of tho lungs, and psiii?"i is can
readily li ?ii n whet III r tin y ?re curable or not.
lint I desire it distinctly understood (hut th?
value of my medicines ?!?:i< :o!< ? .:? in ty upon
tin ir biing taken strictly idhi;; tu direc?
In conclusion. I will say Hud when person*
take my medicines and' ibt-lr systems an
brought into i. healthy cnndiiioti thereby,
they ure not so liable tn lake cc ld. vt I no ont
with didCUHcd bini's cnn hear a sudden chang!
of atmosphere without thc liability of greatei
or less in itu) iou of ibo brm i hm! lubes.
Pull direct ions io all I.manages ticcompailj
my medic ines, soexpiieit and clean bul any ont
can usc them without consulting me, sud em
bo bought from any diugei-t
.1. H. SCHF.NCK, M. P.,
No. 15 N. SIXTH street, Philadelphia.
Nov 19 fly
AVOID UCAOKs-A victim of early in
discretion, canning nervous debility, pro
mature decay, Aro., having tried in vail evurj
advertised remedy, has a Himplo means o
eolf-cure, which be will sond free to bia fellow
Bufferers. Address J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Naasai
street, New York. Deo 23? Gmo
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
Var all the purposos of a Laxativo
cino issn universally
rei|iiircil l>y every
hoity as n cathartic,
nor was over any lic
foro so universally
atloplcil iulo usc, in
every country mid
anio:::: nil classes, ns
lliis milli nut i;H|i lent
purgative l'itt. 'Um
obvious iva-on i-,
Ulai il i- . .imo i-i-ti t
blc and fa?" more < l*
fecliuil remedy than any oilier. Those who have
tried il, know that il ctlivd them : tho e who h.ive
not, know that il cures tln.'li-ni'ighbni %and lYIt'iid ;
and all know thal Whal il due- tin"?' .'. ?hie? . i
ways - thai it neverfail; through any iaidioi IM-J -
irti!i:torit-<eoiii|M>sitioii. We ha vo'.';o'l.I ii| ...t
thousands nfl erl ii'ev.to-. nfl heir rem.ol aldo CM itv
of the following com plainly, hut MIHI cure.!
known in even neighborhood, mid wo iv.'! :
?iiihlidi iln-ai. 'Adapted tn .iii .e.;.-- and i-mtdi'.ii.n.-i
lu al! climat - : ....iit.iininy neil hoi" eu'oiiiel leirany
lieleleiina.- drug, lliej may ht; taken with .1 .:/
hy nm body . I noir s iigar-ciMl.il>'.; pi.--erv e liteiii
ever lVe>lt,'and inakoo i heal plea nut r?? take, e. !.
heber purely vegetable, nu h aral eau ;?:? ? from
theil' o i- in any quantity.
They ope! ate by their powcfhl illtlil'.'tiet?etl tile
internal \i eera lo pit ri ly thu blood and limulatu
it into lu'iihliv action-"remove lim oi.-tim-iica
ol' tin- s|<im:ieli, bowels, liver, and other organs III'
lill! hoily , re-lorili^ their il'tv;;itlar.'tct inn t.i levillh,
iitnl by "ci irre; 'lng, 11 !IOI'I?\ er may evin, -11 'ti de.
raiiiieiin ii: - a - are lia- lb -1 trigi.I' di -ea -e.
Mimili' directions ?re ?riven in the wapp.-r 01
the iiiix, ?o . ike 1* droving complaints, v. iii.-I: i.he ..
fills rapidly eure: -
l'iir S&.T'?|iVp'<.ii* or Xiiillg-tvttlon, r.?wt?f.--.,
ueivi. i.aniriior nml KJOKM of .n pper ?tc ihey
should h.: taken moderately t i stiiiuifate Hie .-Imu?
nch, .?nd restore Ila lieallliy ton" an d itel ion.
I 'Iir Liv?'1- Complaint and it '. various synip.
loin-, Eli! ions COcni.e Sort, br) i*asl
nelie, .SamulU-e tir Urfoi Nlchnes*. Util
lotti* Colic and Hit Jun? tr\: rem, they should
bo judiciously taken for each case, to correct Ike
diseased action or remove. (In: obstructions w hielt
Kor I>JH??ntery or B*i:?ri-h<o;?, but our
mild dose is generally required.
For Hlieimtatis'in. (.'mit, ?S ravel, E?at
pitutioti of tli<* Heart, E*ain in r lie
Miilp, tim i, and n.oin*, thev should he contin?
uously lakell, as required, to ClllingU the diseased
action of the system, with such' change those
For DroiiMy an?l Dropsical Rwellinci?
Ikey should bc taken in largo and frequent doses
to produce the effect nf a drastic purge.
lor si 11 pp rem. i on a large doce should lie
I alien as il produces thc desired cQ'ccl by sym?
As* a Oinurr Viii, take one or two Tills to
promote digestion and relievo thc stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates tho si omach and
bowels into healthy action, restores Hie appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence it is ollen Ad?
vantageous where no serious derangement exists,
(hie who feels tolerably well, often linds that a
dose of these ?'ills makes bim feel decidedly bet?
ter, iVoni their cleansing and renovating efloet on
the digestive apparatus.
Hr. J. C. A Y EIC A CO., 1'racttcal Chemists,
I.OWEIiTj. MASS., U. S. A.
Tire 0 TO I ?III-0. ... non 1 . aeent.
Downer^ Mineral Sperm lil.
ANEW OIL. ich ich trill not light vu tit r 300
degrees Earenheit; never gums; is almost
od rlcss i'nd os safe, as Sperm ar Lard (fitfar
family rise, and vheu burned in the MINKUAI.
sr Kit SI i.AMI*, tho light is equal to the best
Kerosene, at a coat not cxctiding one-half a
cent, per hour. It ri quit es hut litllo atten?
tion, no trimming, and tho chimney never
bleaks from heat.
A supply <d this safi'ly oil, and a small
assortment of Lamps, just received anti for
sale hy J A T. H. AGNEW.
All tho above at retail, for 25 cents per can.
Also, Condensed Milk, Salmon, Oysters, Lima
Beans. Pine Apple, Sardines, Pickles, Catsups,
Ac. For salo at very lowest prices, bv
Bec 15 J. A T. It. AflNEW.
SPECIAL. ATTENTION given to tho col?
lection of Commercial Taper, Interest
on State and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, and
Conversion of State Securities, bv
Nov 23 Gmo E* QAMBKILL, Broker.
?B- f Largest and most complete 1 'tra
jgnr* i Manufactory of Doors, Sashes, I ~?a
MSW \ Blinds, Mouldings, Ac, iu tho ] '?o
aw I Honthorn States. J ~6a
Printed Price List Icflex competition,
Keud for one. Sent true on ap[ilication.
April 8 +ly_
r. K. nnooiK. n. n. iwooixs. II. 0. IIUDOINS.
BRODIE & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
C ll A It T. E ?TON. S . C .
Iinf iAT.n'lvoner? rondo nu Consignments,
i Refer to ANDKEW SI M ONDS, Escp. Presi?
dent 1st National Hank, Charloston, b. C.
Aug 24 8mo
"VT7TLL be Tound invaluablo for want of
VV Appetite, Central Debility, Chills ind
Fever and Dyspepsia. For salo by Druggists
and Grocers everywhere. Prncipial Depot,
GOODRICH, W1NI-MAN A CO.,
Charleston, H. C.
For snlo in Collin bia. S. C., wholesale or
retail, bv IIAUUY SOLOMON and (JFOltGE
SYMMEItS. Nov 20t:bno
Fairbanks' Standard Scales.
PLAT F O lt M
to tho trade and
-tho most accu
made, an as?
sortm o 111 (d'
th"so Ooods at
V**-**? low f?garos. Wo
uro also "Agents for MEYER'S ?JOUNTEll
SCALES, which, for accuracy an.l durability,
cn nnnt bo suruapsed. J A T. ll. AGNEW.
CONSIST ING in part of nUBS,
SpokcB. Felloes, Shatts, Wboels,
Poles, Bolts, Malleable Castings,
Filth Wheels, Bands, Enamelled
Leather, Hash Leather, Paient, and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Carpet, Lining Nails. Springs,
Axles, Firo and other Iron, Dash Frames,
Pairts, Oils, Carrirgo Varnishes, Ac, Ac.
Our slock of these goods is second to nono in
Columbia, and those desiring to purchase,
xiii tove money by calling on
Sept ll " J. A T. It. AGNEW.
BBLS. choico Tablo POTATOES, for
sale low. EDWARD HOPE.
CHOICE Now York Sugar-Cured
100 choico Now York Sugar-Cured 8HO?L
DEHS. Just received and tor salo, at reduced
prices, by J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
^^NOTHER lot of those popular Glengarry, Garrick and King William CAPE OVER?
those Perfect-Fitting White and Fancy SHIRTS.
t*/.;ir and Lee HATS, new styles.
Extra Tino EngJit-h BROADCLOTH, for tine Dress Coats, all of whieh will he odd at low
pi ice?. Jan ll
"J.>?:<? to call particular atU ntion to tho following list rd goods, which are MARKED DOWN
tn Mn h biw tlgnrrs, as to inanro their speedy sale.
ML WINTER DRESS MATERIALS.
Kcal Paisley KIIAU1 :.. Wool Shawl*, handsome Beaver Cloaks, low and medium priced
Cloaks, sud AU Winter ("overing-.
A large stock of FURS, in si ts and single.
Heavy CASSIMERES, P.eaver Cloths, BLANKETS, Flannels, Linscys, Ao.
We havo ?ecently added to onr CARPET, WINDOW M1ADE and OIL CLOTH DEPART?
MENTS, which goods can bo sold cheaper than earlier in tho ecason.
Oar DOMESTIC STOOE is very Urge, to which we invite the attention of the closest bay?
on. Jan ll
EMPRESS GLOTHS, POPLINS, PLAIDS
Change of Echednle.
HOWTH CAROLINA RAW,HOAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, H. C., January 10,1871.
mm It??notasse ON and after Han
??Si^go^day, tli0 22d illBtanti
Passenger Trains upon this Road will arrive
and leave as follows:
THAIN NO. 1.
Leave Charleston at.8 '20 a m
/ rrive at Columbia ut. S 40 p m
Leave Columbia at.12.16p m
Arrive at Charleston at.7 fO p m
Leavo Camden, Sundays excepted, at.'J 50 a m
Arrivo at Ringville at .*.. 1 20 p m
Leavo Ringville. Sundays excep'd, at.2 30 p m
Arrive at Camden a?...".. .G.00 p m
Tho abovo Trains run in connection with
Wilmington,Columbia und Augusta Railroad,
connecting with Train?, far Wilmington, North
Carolina, and with Trains for Auen? ta, Ufor
f ?a making closo connections with Night
Trains ol' (I core ia Haili natl und Central Rail?
road, for all points South and West.
THAIN NO. 2- Nm UT KXPUVSS.
(Sunday Night excepted.)
Leavo Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at... .0 00 a m
Leave Columbia nt.7 .r?0 p m
Arrivo at Charleston at.(?.45 a va
This Train runs in connection with Cn Au?
gusta Trains,making closo connection with
Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad Morn?
ing 'trains, for all points Sou'h und West.
A. L. TYLER. Vice-president.
S. R.?PICKINH, General Ticket Agent. Jan 21
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R,
COLUMBIA, s. c., January 17. 1871.
ger trains over this Road will run as follows:
G ol NO NoitTll.-No. 1. No. 2.
STATIONS. AltUIVE. I.KAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Augusta 8 (-0 am (j 00 pm
Columbia 12.51 pm 1.03 pm ll 05 pm ll.io t,m
Winnsb'ro ;i 17 pm 3 57 pm 1 25 am 1 Wi um
Chester 5 C7 pm 5 10 pm 2 50 am 3 00 am
Charlotta 7 30 pm 5.30 am
GOINO Soe ru -No. 1. No. 2.
ARRIVE. I.KAVE. ARRIVE. I.KAVE.
Charlo! to 8.(10 an. 8 10 pm
Chester 10 20 am 10 23 nm 10 27 pm 10 30 pm?
Winnsb'o ll 55 am ll 58 am ll 55 pm 11.58 pm
Columbia 2.10 nm 2.28pm 2.13 am 2 28 am
Augm-ta 7 45 pm 7.i;0 am
GOINU NORTH.-Train No. 1 makes closo
DAILY CONNECTIONS at Chatlotte for all points
Non i ii und EAST.
Train No. 2 makes same collections, SUNDAYS
GniNCi FOI TII -Train No. 1 makcB closo
DAILY CONNECTIONS at Augusta with train?
of Georgia and Central Georgia Railroads,
lor all points South, South-west and West.
Train No 2 makes same connections, SUN?
No night trains will leavo Obarlotto, Au?
gusta or intermediate points on Sundays.
Through Ticket? sold and hagirago chocked
to principal points. J. M. SELKIRK. Sup.
E. lt. DoilSEY, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 1,1870.
scheilulo will ho run daily, Sundays excej>ted,
connecting with Night Trains on South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Traine
going South on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
Leave Columbia at. 7 00 a. m.
" Alston. 8 40 a. m.
" Newberry. 10.10 a. m.
" Cokesbury. . 1 45 p. m.
" Relton. 8.30 p. m.
Arrivo at Greenville. G CO p. m.
Leave Greenville at. G 45 a. m.
" Relton.7 23 a. m.
" Cokesburv. 9.05 a. m.
" Abbeville".. 8 00 a. m.
'. Newberry.12 35 p m.
" Alston. 2 in p. in.
Arrive at Columbia. 3 45p.ru.
Dec 1 _JOHN_IL ?IjORE. General Sup^
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO.,
COMPANY Snors, N. C., Januar 25, 1871.
E(B?iCSS?^aS4-?' TRAINSwill be runover
SBIMBKythiH Road as follows:
ARRIVE, LEAVE. ARRIVE, LEAVE.
Charlotte 5 35 a m 8,00 p m
Salisbury 8 08am 8 13an 10.31 p m 10.S0 p m
Gr'nsb'oll 05a m ll 20 an 1.80 am 1.45 am
CoSliojil2 50 p m 105pn. 2 57 am 317am
Hillsb'ro 2 28 pm 2.33pm 4 27am 4.29 am
Raleigh 5.12 am 6.38 am 7.10 am
Goldsboro 10.05 a m
OoldBboro 8 00 p m
Raleigh 8 45am 6 58pm 7.40 am
Hillsbroll.07amll 10pm 10 IO a m 10 02 a m
Co Shop 12 30 p 111 12 50 pm 11.12 am ll 45 am
Gr'nsb'o 2 10p m 2 20pm 110am 2.00 am
Salisb'rY 5.15 p m 5 20pm 4 50am 4.65 am
Charlotte7.5opm 7.30 am
Jan 27 W. H. GREEN, Mae. Trans.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
" Pendleton. 5 20 "
Perry villo. 6 00 .'
Arrive r.t Walhalla.7.00 "
Leavo Walhalla.3 80 A. M.
" Pendleton.5 30 "
Arrivo at Anderson.6.15 "
Waiting ut Ami? i son one hour for the m rival
of .'np train on Greenville and Columbia Hoad.
July 31 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Road
f?rnmm* sus ^rS&ss
Train? will go down on MONDAYS. WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS: leaving Spartsnburg
Court House, at 7 20 A.M.. and arriving at
liston 1.35 P. M.
Returning mi TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and SA I UliDAYS/will lenvo Alston at 9 50 A.
M., and arrive al Sparlanhnrg at 3 40 P. M.
THOMAS lt. JETER. President.
Thief Proof Drawers.
Tn^ undersigned have received Ibo Agency
of these DRAWER"' 77? v tire the 'me
'flinn ueetlftilfortliepro i nu/i *-IS
'ictiol' rfvttt ry slnrt nw Vj JAt-UYV/ Ay V, 9
nhnp i? Utilumhia, ni IMPROVED 1
fording a snro proler T . n M
timi from th? liulit-fln TlLL L0CK&DRAWER!
cered gentry. For sah -
low, by FAIRBANKS Si CO., ?V
J, ?t T. R. AGNEW. AOENTS,
252 Broadway, N. Y. H
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING put my machine In operation, I
now inform the public thal lani ready
torupph anv ami abord?is for ICE.. Price two
cents per pound by the retail. For 1(K) pounds
nr more, agreements will bo mad?. Tho Ice
eau bo obtained at either Ibo upper or_??wer
nt ore J- SEEOERS.
CJUGAR cured SHOULDERS,
O Smoked Tongne,
fulton Market Beef,
AH choice and for salo at roduccd prices.
jsn a? EDWARD HOPA.