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frY JUL IAN A. SELBY,
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eSfBook and Job Printing of overydosorip
ion promptly and faithfully attended to.
. ' AJDVEBTIBEMENT8
Inserted In the Bail; at 75 conta por square
for tim flxot and 50 co. .j each (subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by tho wcok,
month or year, at reasonable ratea.
??<K? , \ >:??BBOUIFriON.
Daily, six months, $4 u0; Tri-Weekly, 2 5< ;
hookly, 1 50.
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WONDERFUL. - A most extraordinary
explosion took place a few days ago. A
woman living in the suburbs had a
go?ao, of whioh she made a pet, and
would shoot grains of corn, bread?
crumbs, ?fcc, at bim, all of which ho
shoveled, greedily. Ou tho day in ques?
tion^,Iris gbos?ship carno to grief by this
very habit of his. Some little "boys
wore throwing large torpedoes about,
and ono pf them dropped without ex?
ploding; tho goose took it for a grain of
corn, and gobbled it up in a twinkling,
but in swallowing it, it exploded, blow?
ing the Whole top of his head off.
Josh Billings says: Courage without
disoresion is like a ram with horns on
both ends-he will have more fights on
hand than ho kan du justice to.
A good way to expand your chest
carry a big heart in it.
O O ?? POU N D ACID
PHOSPHATE OP LIME,
FOR COMPOS1INC with COTTON SEED.
THI8 article is manufactured by tho Pacific
Guano Company, at Charleston, H. C ,
under the aoperintendence of Dr. ST. JULIEN
BAVENEL. When composted with an equal
weight ol Cotton Seed, UH results have been
found fully equal to tho best standard Fertil?
izers. Ita economy must commend it to tho
notice of plantera generally.
For speoi?c directions for composting and
for supplies, apply to J. N. HOBSON,
Selling Agont, Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. REESE & CO.,
Deo 24 Webo General Agents, Baltimore
V. W. BBODIE.* B. B. HUDOINa. H. C. HUDOISH.
BRODIE & C0.f
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
LIBERAL advances made on Consignments.
Refer to ANDREW 8IMONDS, Esq., Preei
d'jnt 1st National Bank, CharloBton, S. C.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THIS GUANO is nowaowclf known in all
tho Southern States for ita remarkable
effeota aa an agency for increasing tho pro
duots ot labor, aa not io require apocial re?
commendation from us. Its use for Uve s cara
past has established its character for reliable
excollonco. The largo fixed capital invested
by tho Company in this trado affords tho
surest guaranteo of the continued excellence
of its Guano. J. N. HODSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN 8. BEEBE & CO.,
Doo 24 |3mo Genoral Agents, Bait ?moro.
Containing over 99$ per cent, of Soluble Maller!
/^t HOUND and prepared in thin city, and
VDT warranted free from adulteration.
Tho annexed communication from Prof.
Charles U. Shepard, Jr., of tho purity of this
article, is a guaranteo of its highly"valuablo
qualities to the farmer, being available when
mixed with other manures, io tho great ad?
vantage of any kind of crop. Unequaled as
a top dressing for Wheat, Ryo, Barley, Ac,
and tho GraBSoa, (ono peck of which will show
visible improvement on au aero of ground.)
'1 his valuablo Manure is offered for salo at
tho low prico of $15 per ton, cash, or on time
for city acceptanco, with interest added.
Put up for shipment in nags of 200 pounds
each. All oidora by ?nail, in accordance, with
above, terms, Will be promptlv executed liv
JOHN H. HOLMES,
Commiesion Merchant, Boyce's Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
OFFICE OF STATE INHI'ECTOR OF FERTILIZERS,
LABRATORY OF TUE MEDICAL COLEEOE,
QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Mr. John IT. Holmes.
DEAR SIR: Tho GYPSUM submitted by you
for analysis is tho most remarkable I havo
over seen for its freedom from impurities of
every kind, containing as it doe? but one-third
of ono per cont, of insoluble matter. If it
can bc supplied of similar quality, it cannot
fail to provo a groat boon to Southern agricul?
ture, as there is no crop to which it is not be?
neficial, whether applied alnno or in conjunc?
tion with other manures. Very respectfully,
your obedient servant. (Signed)
CHAULES U. 8HEPABD, JR., M. D.
Jan 12 122
JO" f Largest and most completo "Ko
Do* j Manufactory of Doors, Sashes, -Ko
j?- f Blinds, Mouldings, Ac, in the "KO
JO" I Southern States. J -KO
Printed Price List defies competition.
Rend for ono. Sent free on application,
i April 8 +ly
Eighteen "Hears of Practical Success !
INTRODUCED IN 1852. ~~ PATENTED DECEMBER 20, 18.V.>.
Oldest Super - Phosphate Manufactured in this Country!
SU?II-FHOSPEATB DP LIM!.
Composed of Bones, Phosphatic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal Animal
matter and Sulphuric Acid.
- No Salt, Plastor, Salt Cake, Nitre Cako, nor any adulterant of any kind ueod. -
JW The ammoniacal animal matter need in Mapea' Nitrogemzed Super-Phosphato of
Lime consists of the Flesh, (containing 10 per cent of Ammonia,) and tho Blood, (contain?
ing 15 per cent, of Ammonia,) of horses, beeves. Usu and other animals, after expression of
the fat and oil by steam. Send for a pamphlet. KINSMAN & HOWELL,
Jua?tSaaWm General AgcntB, 128 East Bay, Charleston, S. G.
1. k W. C. SWAFFIBLB'S,
^NOTHER lot ?t thOBe popular Glengarry, G al lick and King William CAI'E OVEB
Thoec Perfect-Fitting White and Fancy BHIBIfc.
Cuar and Lee HATS, new etylcs.
Extra Fine English BROADCLOTH, for lino Dum Coate, all cf ?hielt ?ill l i mid allow
prices. Jan ll
J. I. Si M L. Ililli
JgEG to call particular attention to the following Iii-1 ol goods, which arc MA BRED DOWN
to eneh low figuro*, as to ineure '.hoir speedy *nlt.
EMPRESS SLOTHS, POPLINS, PLAIDS
Allia WINTER DRESS MATERIALS.
Boal Paisley SHAWL8, Wool 8bawis, handsome Beaver Cloaks, low and medium priced
Cloaks, and All Winter Coverings.
A largo stock of FURS, in setB and single.
Heavy OASSIMEBES, Beaver Cloths, BLANKETS, Flannel?, Linle ys, Ao.
We have recently added to our CARPET, WINDOW SHADE and OIL CLOTH DEPART?
MENTS, whioh goods can be sold cheaper than earlier in the season.
Our voaiuiiiv HTUUK is very largo, to which wo invite thc attention ol the closest boy?
era. Jan ll
sow mi IB wera: m.
JIAN Ut'ACl'UUFD AT TUE
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
BY THE SULPHURIC ACID AXD SUPER-PHOSPHATE COMPANY.
THE now well-known ETIWAN GUANO is manufactured from tho Nativo Pone Phosphate?
of fottth Carolina. These Phosphate?, in their natural stitlo, are insoluble, and re?
quire lo bo ground to powder, and made soluble by Sulphuric Acid. This Company havo
now iu operation tiic luigi nt Sulphuric Acid Chambers at tho Sooth, and aro, therefore, ablo
to manufacture, at Hie towt st lutes, the highest grade of Ferlilizor; it being clear that tito
grcator thu proportion of Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains, til? ICBB tho
quantity required per noir In order to niHke tho Fertilizer complete, Ammonia and Potash
in Hiilliciont quantities arc added. With these views the Company manufacturo and offer for
Warranted to contain li om 15 to 20 PEU e :%VT. OF DISSOLVI-D PI NK 1 nen HAT K GFLIME, and
from 2 to 2| per cent, of AMMONIA, willi a siUiieieut. addition of PEUUVJAN GUANO and POTASH,
to adapt it to all crops. Price iti.'l per ton, eas li; on timo, ?70 per ton, and interest 7 percent,
Of high grade, suitabh for mnnnlnetuirrs or for planters, being in itself an excellent Fertil?
izer, and specially adapt? tl u.?- ?a n ( hat. Aa huge quantities ni Sulphuric Acid are ui-cd to
dissolve Hie Phosphate, this will 1? fi inn! ii cheap und convenient way to transport that
material. Tho grado fm nisi ed v ill he I rom 18 to 20 per cent. Dissolved Bono Phospbato.
Prico $10 per lon, cai.1i; on time. $45, with inured at 7 percent, per annum. Still higher
grudes will bo furnish) d to order ut on additional price per ccntagc.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
Specially prepared for composting willi cotton need and other plantation manure s. Prico
$:)5 per ton, catii; on time, iiQ, willi interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
At much lower rates, consisting iimply of tho Nativo Pone Phosphates ground to powder.
Price ?20 per ton, cash; on time, ?22 and interest ut 7 per cent. per.annum.
WM- C. BEE & CO.,
Agents, No. ll Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
R. O'NKAI.K A SON, Agents, Columbia, S. C.
N. D. Tho per centage of Dissolvud Hone Fbosphato of Lime, and Ammonia in all the
Eliwana, is ascertained at thu Works, by their Chi mist, before delivery, Should any pur?
chaser bo dissatistieel, he moy ret ni ii aveiago samples ol any pnrcbaee, within thirty (SO)
dava afte r delivery, and they will be analyzed mit w, ant1, any deficiency in the per centage
guaranteed will bo made good to bini by tue Company. Jan 21 J'2ino
II AW BONE
?SM m em
H FOR SALE BY
Wu ANN'S proved itself the best of all those
of $20.90 per aero o? ?ot to ll. A copy of Mr.
For sale by
Jan 12 3mj
THE OSEAI FERTILIZER
FOI! COTO ASO ALL CROPS.
Thc unparalleled success of this Great Fer?
tilizer on ALE CHOPS, proves it to bo thc
PEST and CHEAPEST Manure now offered In
tho market. It has been used by many of the
most eminent Planters in tho South, and in
every single instance it has given entiro satis?
faction. On COTTON its effects havo been
particularly marked, lt is no raro thing Tor
WU AN N'S "PHOSPHATE to increase the yield
from ONE HUNDRED TO TWO HUNDRED
PEU CENT., or even more!
Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent, planter of
Cameron, Ga., in a letter to tho Banner and
Piauler, says that in an experiment with seven
leading Super-Phosphates and Guanos, tho
tried, paying a net profit at tho low market rato
Dixon's letter furnished on application.
CLAUHORN, HERRING & CO..
Charleston. S. C., and Augusta. Ga.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON
THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREE TIMES A WEEK, .
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
ELEGANT STATE BOOM ACCOMMODATIONS,
Sea Voyage 10 to 13 Roms ^^^??al - Shorter, via Charleston.
Total Gapacity 40,000 Bales Monthly.
THE SOUTH CAhOElNA ll Al El. CAD COMPANY, and ccnncctii g roads Weet, in alliance
with the lb i t ul 'I Lim < it FIRST-CLASS STr- AMSH1I S. to the nLovc ports, invite atten?
tion lt. the QUICK 'J IMK und REGULAR PESPA'JC H a Abided to the- Lusiuess public in tho
Cottiiti '-Ut. s ?it Hie
PORT OP CHARLESTON!
Offering luciliticHof Kail and Sea Transportations for Freight and Passengers not equalled in
execlieitee and caputo ty at any ot lu r Port. Thc following tpl.ndid Ocean Slea nu 1? are ie-gii
larly t>n the Iii <.
To JSTc-w Yorls..
MA NH A TVA N,
M. S. WOODULL, Commander,
ll. \V. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
JAMES HBRKY, Commander,
JAMES A IX,'EU,
T J. LOCKWOOD, Cotnmnudor,
JAMES A DO ER k CO., Agent?,
Oharleaton, S. C.
S. CKOWF.IJL, Commander.
SO UT ll CA R O LIN A,
SAM ADKINS, Commander.
AiiRx. HUNTER, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER k CO.,
WAI. A. COURTENAY,
A??uts, ChurlcHton, fi. C.
VJRGJNIA, *^ EVERMAN,
C. II. AsncitOFT, Commander. C. HINCKLEY, Commander.
>? AILING DAYS,.THURSDAYS.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
FALCON, MARYLAND, SEA GULL,
HORSEY, Commander. JOHNSON. Commander, DUTTON, Commander,
SAILING DAYS, ....... EY EY Y FIFTH DAY.
P. O. TREN HOLM, Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
RATE? 0 VA RAH TREU AS LOW AS THOSE OF COMPETING LINES.
Marino Insurance One-Half ol Ono Pei ('cut
Through Pill? ol Lading anti 'J brough TicLcfs can bo bael at all UK piiueipal Railro?d
Offices in Kout lt Carolins, Georgia, Alabama, Ten nt s nee and Mississippi.
state Poems may bo secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Ag<nts ol
tho Steamships in Charleston, at whoso offices, in all cases, the Haili o ad Tickets tbould be
oxchanged and Berths assigned.
Tho Through Ticket by this route includes Transfers, Moa?? and State Room while on
Tho South Carolina Railroad and its connecting lines have largely increased tin ir facili?
llos for tho i itpid movement of H eight and passengers bolwt en Northern cities and the Hontlt
and Wost. Comfortable Night Cars with tho Holmes Chair, without extra charge, havo been
introduced. First-Clasa Eating Saloon at Branchville.
Freight promptly transferred trom Steamer to Day and Night Trains of South Carolina
Railrt ad. Close connections made with other Roads, delivering Freights at distant points
with tho greatest promptness. Tho Managers aie confident that their Lino cannot bo sur?
passed in Despatch and tho Safe Delivery of GooelB.
B. D. ll A Micki,, P. Q. Box 4,079, Office 317 Broadway, Haw fork.
8. B. PJOKENS, ED. H. BARNWELL,
General P&SBengcr and Ticket Agent, I General Freight Agent,
South Carolina Railroad. | Got 4 16mo South Carolina Railroad.
M3f D'? Schanck Advises Consumptives
to RO to Vlorlilo, tn Winter.- Having for
the last thirty-five years devoted my whole
time and attention to the study of lung dis?
eases and consumption. I-feel that I under?
stand fully the course tb it onght to ho pur?
sued to restore a tolerably bad case of diseased
lungs to healthy soundness. The first and
moat important step is for tho patient to
avoid taking cold, and the best cf all places
on thia continent for this purpose in winter,
is Florida, well down in tho State, where the
temperaturo is regular, and not subject to
such variations as in more Northern latitudes.
Pnlai lui is a point I can recommend. A good
hotel is kept thorn by Fcterman. Last Win?
ter I uaw* several persons there whoso lungs
had been badly diseased, hut who, under tho
healing influence of the climate and my medi?
cines, wero getting well.
One hundred miles further down the river
is a point which I would prefer to Falatka, as
tho temperature ia moro even and tho air dry
and bracing. Miltonville and Enterprise aro
localed there. I should givo a decided pro
ferouco to Mellonvillu. lt is two miles from
river or lake, and it seems almost imposaihlo
to tako cold there. The tables in Florida
might bo better, and patients complain at
times, but thal is a good sign, as it indicates
a return of appetite, and when thia is thc case
they generally increase in ilesb, and then the
lunga must heal.
Jacksonville, Hibernia, Oreen Cove, and
many other places in various parts ol Florida,
can be safely recommended to consumptives
in winter. My reasons for saying so aro that
patients are less liable to take cold there than
where there ia a leas even temperature, and it
is not necessary to say that where a consump?
tive person exposes himself to frequent colds,
he is certain to dio shortly. Tht reforo. my
advice ia, go well down into tho Stale. ? ut ol
tho reach of prevailing East winds and foga.
Jacksonville, or almost any other of tho lo?
calities I have named, will benefit thoso who
aro troubled with a torpid liver, a disordered
stomach, deranged bowels, sore throat or
cough, but for thoso whoso lungs aro diaoaacd
a moro Southern point ia earnestly rccom
For fifteen years prior to 1800, 1 was profes?
sionally in New York, Hosten, Baltimore and
Philadelphia every week, where 1 saw and ex?
amined on an average five hundred patients a
week. A practico so extensive, embracing
every possible phase of lung diseaso, baa ena?
bled mo to understand the disease fully, and
heneo my caution in regard to taking cold. A
person may tako vast quantities of ''Schenck'a
Pulmon?a Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and Mun
? drako Pille," and yet die if ho does not avoid
i taking cold.
' In Florida, nearly everybody ia using
Scheuch'? Mandrake Pille, lor the c'imatc ia
' more likely to produce bilious babita thau
moro Northern latitudes, lt is a well estab?
lished fact that natives of Florida rarely die
j of consumption, especially thoseof the South?
ern part. On tho other hand, in New Eng?
land, one-third, at least, of tho population
dio of thia terriblo disease. In the Middle
j States it does not prevail ao largely, still
i Ibero aro many thousands of cases there.
I What a vast per cent ago of lifo would he saved
; if consumptives were aa easily alarmed in ro
I gard to taking fresh cold aa they aro about
j scarlet fever, small-pox, Ac. Put they are
I not. They take what they term a little cold,
I which they aro credulous enough to believe
i will wear off in a few days. They pay no at
I tention tn it, and hence it lava the foundation
I for another and another still, until thc lungs
are diaoaacd beyond air hope for cure.
My advice to persons whoso lunga aro
affected even slightly is, to lay in a stock of
Schenck'a Pulmonic Syrup, Schenck'a Seaweed
Tonie and Schenck'a Mandrake Pills and go
to Florida. I recommend these particular
medicinen becauso I am thoroughly acquaint?
ed with their action. I know that when: they
aro used in strict accordance with my direc?
tions, they will do tho work that is required.
Thia accomplished, naturo will do the rest.
Tho physician who prescribe? for cold, cough
or night-aweats, and then advises the patient
lo walk or ride out every day, will bc sure to
I have a<orpsc on his banda before long.
Sly plan ia to give my three medicines, in
i accordance with tho printed directions, ex?
cept in some cases where a freer nae of the
Mandrake Pills is necessary. My. object is to
give tone to the stomach-to gut up a good
appetite, lt is always a good sign when a
patient begins to grow hungry. 1 have hopes
of such. With a relish for food and tho
gratification of that relish comes good blood,
and with it moro flesh, which is closely fol?
lowed by a healing of tho lungB. Then tho
cough loosens and abates, the creeping chills
and clammy night-sweats no longer prostrate
and annoy, and tho patient gets well, provid?
ed ho avoids taking cold.
Now tue re arc many consumptives who have
not tho moans to go to Florida. Thc question
may bo asked, is there no hope tor such?
Certainly tbero is. My advico to such is, and
ever has been, to stay in a warm room during
the winter, with a" temperature of about
seventy degrees, which should bo kept
regularly at that point, by means of a ther?
mometer. L^t such a pationt tako his ex.
orciao within tho limits of tho room by walk?
ing up and down as much aa his strength will
permit, in order to keep up a healthy circula?
tion of tho blood. I have cured thousands
by this system, and can do so again. Con?
sumption ia aB easily cured as any other
disease, if taken in time, and thc proper kind
of treatment is pursued. Tho fact stands
I undisputed on record that Schonck's Ptllinp
! nie Syrup, Mandrake I illa, and Seaweed Tonic
! have cured very many of what seemed to be
j hopeless caaca of consumption. Oo where
: you will, you will bo almost certain io lind
. some poor consumptive who h;is been rescued
I from the very jaw? of death by their usc.
So far aa tho Mandrake Fills aro concerned.
I even body should keep a supply of them on
j hand. They act on tho liver better than eulo?
? niel, and leave none of ita hurtful effects be?
hind. In fact, they aire excellent in all casca
. where a purgative medicine ia required. If
i you have partaken too freely of'.lruit and
; diarrhoea ensues, a dose of tho Mandrakes
Will cure you. If you are subject to sick
headache, tillie <i dose of ibo Mandrakes and
; they will relieve you in two boura. If you
! would obviate thu effect of a change of water,
or the too free indulgence in fruit, take j
one of tho Mandrakes every night or every j
I other night, and you may then drink water j
and eat wa tot melons, pears, apples plums,
peaches or corn, w it bout thc risk of being aick
by them. They will protect those who live in
(lamp situations against chills and fevers.
Try them. They aro perfectly harmless. I
They cat: du you good only.
1 have abandoned my professional vinita lo
Boston and New York, hut continue to eec
patients at my ollice. No. 15 N. SIX PU atrcet,
Philadelphia, every Saturday, from !) A. M. to
S P. M. Those who wish a thorough exaini- ;
nation with tho Ilcspirometer will be charged '
five dollars Tho llcspirotnetcr declares tho
oxnet condition of the lungs, and patienta can '
readily learn whether they aro curable or not. I
But 1 desire it distinctly understood that the
value of my medicines dependa entirely upon
their being taken strictly according to direc?
In conclusion. I will say that when persons
take my medicines and their systems arc
brought into ?. healthy condition thereby,
they are not so liable to take cold, ye t no one
with diseased lungs can bear a sudden chango
of atmosphere w ithout the liability of greater
or less irritation of the bronchial tubes.
Full directions in all languages accompany
my medicines, so explicit and clear that au y one
can use them without consulting me, and can
be bought from any druggist.
J. H. SCHENCK, M. D.,
No. 15 N. SIXTH street, Philadelphia.
Nov 10_ tty
Aveil LC Q.UACKK-A victim of early in?
discretion, causing nervous debility, pre?
mature decay, Ac, having tried in vain every
advertised remedy, has a simplo means of
solf-cure, which bo will send freo to his fcllow
enffererb. AddrUBO J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau
street, New York. ' Deo 23 [Gmo
Change of Eche dal e.
SOUTH CAHU?NA BAU.RO AD CO ?ur AI,'Y,
COLUMBIA, H. 0M January 10,1871.
ESnHnSBffiK ON and after Buu
M??59E?3re day, tho 22d inaiant,
PasBeugtr Trum? upon thia Roadkill arrive
und leave aa follows:
TRAIN No. 1.
Leave Charleston at.8 ?0 a m
/ rrivo at Columbia at.9 if) pm
Leave Columbia at.12.16 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.7 CO p m
Leave Camden, Sund?n a excepted, at.9 GO a m
Arrive at Ringville at.*... 1 '20 p m
Leave Ki nc vi ile. Sundays excep'd, at.2 SOp m
Arrive at Camden at.6.00 p m
Tho abovo Traine run in connection with
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
oonnecttng with Train* for Wilmington, North
Carolina, and with Trains for Ausutta, Oror
fda-makine; cloeo connections with Night
Tra?na of Georgia Railioad red Central Rail?
road, for all pointa South and Weal.
TRAIN No. 2-NIOHT EXPRESS,
(Sunday Night excepted.)
Leave Chaileaton at....7.10pm
Arrive at Columbia at.G 00 a m
Leavo Columbia at.7.CO p m
Arrive at Charleston at..0.45 a m
This Train runs in connection with Ur? An
guata Trains, making cloeo connection with
Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad Morn?
ing '1 raina, for all points South and West.
A. L. TYLER, Vicc-rrrBident.
H. B.SFICRINB, General Ticket Agent. Jan 21
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta ?. R
COLUMIIIA, S. C., January 17. 1871-.
ger tra?na over thia Road will run aa follows:
GOINO NORTH.-No. 1. No. 2.
STATIONS. ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. I.KA VE.
Augusta 8 CO am COO pm
Columbia 12.51 pm 1.03 pm 11.05 pm 11.20 pm
Winnsb'ro 3.17 pm 8 37 pm 1.25 am 1 27 aw
Cheater 5 07 pm 5.10 pm 2 56 am 3.00 am
Clmrlotto 7.30 pm 5.30 am
GOING SOUTH.--NO. 2. No. 2.
AUR1VE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlot to H.IK) am 8 10 pm
Cheater 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 2.1(1 pm 2.28 pm 2.13 am 2.28 am
Anguata 7 45 pm 7.SO am
GOINO Norn II.-Train No. 1 makes close
DAILY cos; KCTluKS at Charlotte for all points
Noni II and EAST.
Traiu No. 2 makes tame collections, SUNDAYS
GOING SOUTH.-Train No. 1 makes closo
DAILY CONNECTIONS at Augusta with' trains
of Georgia and Central Georgia Railroads,
lor all pointa South, South-west and West.
Train No 2 makes same connections, SUN?
No night trains wiil leavo Charlotto, Au?
gust a or intermediato pointa on Sundays.
Through TickctB aold and bageago cheeked
to principal points. J. M. SELKlhK, Sup.
E. R. DORSEY, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., December 1,1870.
EStMEHlBBKl 0N and nf,or 'bia
f~rc5?5?9 *?e!!???dale, tho following
achedulc will bu run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Traius on South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; alao with Trains
going South on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a. m.
'. Alston.. 8 40 a. m.
" Newberry. 10.10 a..m.
'* Cokeabury.145 p.m.
" Belton.3.30 p. m.
An ive al Greenville. .... 5 CO p. m.
Leave Greenville at. 5 45 a. m.
" Belton.7 23 a. m.
" Cokesburv.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. ta.
?'?0-! JOHN H. MORE. General Snp.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO ,
COMPANYSnors, N. C., Januar 25. 1871.
f~S ga aaSmXOSn TRAlNHwill be innover
fl>>j^g^*g? this Road as follows:
ARRIVE. LEAVE. A lill 1 VE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5 35 a m 8.00 p m
Salisbury 8.08 a m 8 13 an. 10.31 p m 10.39 p m
Gr'nsb'oll.05c.mll 20am 1.30 am 1.45 am
Co8bopl2 50pm 1.05pm 2.57 am 3.17 am
Hillsb'ro 2 28 pm 2.33pm 4 27am 4.29 am
Raleigh 5.12 a m 6.38 a m 7.10 a m
Goldsboro 10.55 a m
Goldsboro 3 00 p m
Raleigh 8.45 am G 58 p m 7.40 am
Hillsbroll.07 a m 11.10p m 10.( 0 a m 10 02 a m
Co Shop 12 30pm 12.60 pm 11.12 a m ll 45 a tn
Gr'nsb'o 2 10 p m 2 20pm 110 am 2.00 am
Saliab'ry 5.15 p m 5.20pm 4 50am 4 55 am
Charlottt7.5f> p m 7.30 am
Jan 27 W. H. GREEN, Mae, Trans.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
LfJUHMiw Leavo Anderson.4.20 P. M.
tS??>^i35 " Pendleton.6 20 M
- " Perryville. 6 00 "
Arrive al Walhalla.7.00 "
Leavo Walhalla.8 80 A. M.
" Ferrvvilki.4.15 .?
'* Pendleton.5 30 **
Arrive at Anderson.6.15 *'
Waiting at Anderson one hoar for the urriv.il
of?np train oa Qrecnvillo and Columbia Road.
July 31 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Rond
g farr ' ON and after tho 24th
?2??-vtW"'"*** - instant, tho Passenger
TraiiiB will go down tm MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Sparlanbnrg
Court HOIIPO, nt 7 20 A. M., and arriving at
liston l.HS P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and SA I URDAIS, u?l leavo Alston nt 9 60 A.
M., and arrive nt Kpaitanburg nt 3 40 P.M.
THOMAS B. JET ER, President.
Thief Proof Prowers.
riU'.K undersigned have received Ibo Agtucv
J. of thCM? DRAWERS. Th'V are the one
I liin<i ncetlfulforiheprO'
tectiou of vi!er?) s'oic ,i>"
shop in Columbia*, af?
fording a pure pro!ec
lion from the light-fin
gered gentry. For .-ah
J. & T. 1!. AO NEW,
FAIRBANKS ?St CO., 1
252 Broadway, N.Y.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING put my machine in operation, I
now inform the public that I am ready
tu tupply any and all orders for ICE. Priootwo
conta por pound by the retail. For 100pounds
or more, agreements will be made. Tholoo
can bo obtained at oithcr t he upper or lower
storo. J. C. SEEGERS.
SUGAR cured SHOULDERS,
Fulton Market Beer,
All choice and for sale at reduced prices.
Jan 27 EDWARD HOPE