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' rOOUBHKO DA??T A?n>V?-WKKX??.
? fcVEBT Wm?3EHDAT MOBIUNG.
*Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
UDITOR A?fD PBOFBXSTOB.
Office on Maia Street, above Taylor.
c3~Book and Job Printing o? o vcr j- doter ip
.ion promptly ?nd faithfully attended to.
;?., . APVXBTJBKMXNTB
inserted in the Dany ab 75 cents per oquaro
Tor tho Orut and 50 conto oacb subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by the week,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Dally, ?Ix months, M 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 5t;
Weekly, 1 ?0,
Sorely this is an era of "blessings.
Among others in the near futuro is tho
prospective retirement of Simon Came?
ron to private life, as recently announced
by himself to a few personal friends.
Whether Simon is sincere in desiring to
lay aside the political harness, or whe?
ther, through the loss of influence, he
is preparing to emulate the discreet ex?
ample of the Mock Duke in the "Honey
Moon," docs not appear; but we sincere?
ly trust he will bo moro BUCCOBS?U? in re?
tiring than his friend, Mr. Colfax, ap?
pears to have been. It may be that the
wiry old fox actually entertains designs
apon the Presidency; at all events, he
adopts the' conventional course toward
the acquisition of that prize-retirement
being the political purgatory out of
which the elect are only elevated. But
if Simon entertains any such hopes, he
might as well "wig-wag" himself out of
them as soon as possible, "with a co?
lossal fortune, woa directly and indi?
rectly from the Treasury of the United
States, he will paes his days mach moro
pleasantly counting and fingering the
dollars which have been his idol through
early youth, to the ruggedness of a
moss-grown old age. Simon, farewell!
AN INSANE EDITOR.-The editor of tho
New York Citizen raves thus: "The mau
who marries a woman whoje mother is
living, is morally certain to find in the
latter a foe of his domestic peace. Until
the law establishes, ander heavy penal?
ties, an absolute suspension of all inter?
course between the wife iud her mother,
so long mast we look to see the righteous
hatred of the mother-in-law an invaria?
ble fact. What the penalty attached to
the violation of suoh a law should bc,
must be left to the discretion of the law?
makers. Ii they should happen to be
married men, we may be certain that it
will be nothing less than death." Is
this a case of indigestion or dispepsia?
Can a man thus write and not hanker
after tho blood of his mother-in-law?
Really, this is encouraging a revolution,
consequences of which no mau can foro
ooe. It is astonishing when a son-in-law
is bilous what things he will write.
The Davenport Gazette says: "There
is one city in Iowa where tho efforts of
publishers of a daily paper are appreci?
ated apd encouraged. Ottumwa is this
goodly city, and the Courier is the daily.
Its senior editor is supervisor of inter?
nal revenue; its next editor is postmas?
ter; its third man is assistant assessor of
internal revenue, and the city editor is
The Boston Journal tells us that "Jo?
seph Addison said, in the Spectator, of
the woman he afterwards married, that
'to love her is a liberal education. "' The
Journal is mistaken. It was Richard
Steele who said it, in the Tattler, of the
woman he afterwards didn't marry-one
of them, at least, for there were several
A crazy man, named Robert Siuniok
son, has started a periodical in Salem,
New Jersey, which he calls The Moonhj
Voice. It is full of turgid nonsense
about progress, and is published "at the
fall of each moon." That is when the
editor has his bad spells. ?ft
Seed Irish Potatoes.
lO?l BBLS. PINK EYES, Chili Reds,
l\j\J Early Ross, Early Goodrich and
Poach Blows, for sale low for cash only.
Feb 8 ED. HOPE.
BRODIE & CO.,
I j COTTON'
Factors and Commission Slercfrants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
LIBERALadvanccB made on ConBignuiontB.
Rotor to ANDREW 8IMOND8, Esq., Pr?si?
dent 1st National Bank, Cbarloeton, S. G.
Any 25 Brno _
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR CO MPV SI IN G reith COTTON SEED.
THIS article is manufactured by tho Pacific
Gnano Company, at Cbarleaton, S. C..
under tbo superintendence of Dr. ST. JULIEN
RAVENEL. When composted with an equal
weight ol Cotton Seed, its rcBults bavo been
found folly equal to tho beet Btandard Fertil?
izers. Its economy must commend it to tho
notico of planters generally.
For Bpeoiiic directions for composting and
for supplies, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JOHN 8. HEESE & CO.,
Dee 24 13mo General Agents, Baltimore^
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
THIS GUANO is now so well known in all
tho Southern St at en for it H remarkable
effects as an agency for increasing tho pro?
ducts of labor, aB not to require special re?
commendation from us. Its uso for five years
past has established its character for reliable
excellence. The largo fixed capital invested
by tho Company in this trado affords the
Burcst guarantee of the continued excellence
of ita Guano. J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. HEESE A CO.,
Dec 2i 43mo General Agents, Baltimore.
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify the blood and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Blues and all mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure 'HM
ous and other JFerers, Jeerer and
jiff ne, Chills, Diarrhoea, Dysen?
tery', Dyspepsia, Sea - Sickness,
Colic, Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
and every 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.
^"Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
office of g
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
64 & 00 Water Street, N. Y.
CLAC1US Ss WITTE. Charleston. General
Agents for Htato South Carolina. Feblgjjjly
Chewing: Tobacco-Just Received.
AFINE lot of the bcBt Pan-cake and Fig
Nov 3 JOHNC.SEEOERS.
Eighteen Years of Practical Success !
INTRODUCED IN 1852. ~? PATENTED DECEMBER 20, I860.
Oldest Super - Phosphate Manufactured in this Country!
SUm-FHOSFBATB OF LIM!,
(Jompoeed of Bones, Phosphatic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal Animal
Matter and Sulphuric Acid.
- No Salt, Plaster, Halt Cake, Nitre Cake, nor any adult?rant of any kind used. -
JW Tho ammoniacal animal matter used in Mapcs' Nitrogenizcd fmper-Phoaphate of
Lime consista of tho Flosh, (containing 10 per cent of Ammonia,) and tho Blood, (contain?
ing 16 per cent, of Ammonia,) of horsos, beeves, tb:h and other animals, after expression of
th? fat and oil by steam. Bend for a pamphlet. KINSMAN Si now IOI.L,.
Jan 12}3mo General Agents, 128 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
1. k W. C. SWAFFIBLBl
j^NOTHKB lot of thoeo popular Glengarry, Garrick ami King William CATE OVER?
Those Perfect-Fitting WLitc and Fancy SllIItTB.
Oaar and Leo DATS, new styles.
Extra Fine English BROADCLOTH, for fine Erete Coate, all of which will le tdd at low
pric*s. Jan ll
ETI WAN GUANOS,
'aun Milis, ii min m,
MANUFACTURED AT TUB
CHA Ix LES TON, S. C.,
BY TOE SULPHURIC ACID AND SUPER-PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
THE now well-known ETI WAK GUANO ia manufactured from the Nativo Bono Phosphates
of .South Carolina. Tl ie ec Phosphaten, iu their natural stato, aro insoluble, and re?
quire to be ground to powder, and made soluble by Sulphuric Acid. This Company have
now in operation the largest Sulphuric Acid Chambers at the South, and are, therefore, able
to manufacture, at the lowest rates, the highest grado of Fertilizer; it being clear that the
greater the proportion of Soluble Phosphate wbiob any Fertilizer contains, tho less tho
quantity required per acre. In order to make tho Fertiliser completo, Ammonia and Potash
in sufficient quantities are added. With these views the Company manufacture and offer for
Wat ranLed to contain from 15 to 20 rm CENT, or DISSOLVED Bout PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and
from 2 to 2} per cent, of AMMONIA, with a sufficient addition of PEUUVIAN GUANO and POTASH,
to adapt it to all crops. Price $55 per ton, cash; on time, $00per ton, and interest 7 per cent,
Of high grade, suitable for manufacturers er for planters, being sn itself an excellent Fertil?
izer, and specially adapted for compost. Ah larpe quantities of Sulphuiic Acid arc used to
dissolve the Phosphate, thia will Le found a cheap and convenient way to transport that
material. The grade furnished will bo from lb to 20 ocr cent. Dissolved Bens Phosphate,
"rico ?40 pur ton, cash: on time, $15. with inti rest at 7 per cent, per annum. Still higher
grades will be furnished to order at un additional price per ccntagc.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
Specially prepared fe r composting with cottonseed and other plantation manures. Trico
$35 per ton, cash: on time, ?lO, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
At much lower rates, consisting ?imply of tho Nativo Bone Phosphates ground to powder.
Trice $20 pei ton, cash; on time. $22 and interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
WM. Oe BEE & CO
Agents, No. 14 Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. CH
B. ONLAI.E A SUN, AK? nts. Columbia, S. C.
N.B. Tho per ccu tn go of Dissolved Bone Phosphate of Limo, and Ammonia in all tho
EfiwanR, is ascertained at the Works, hy their Chemist, bctoro delivery. Should any pur?
chaser bc dissatisfied, he may ietnrn average samples of any purchase, within thirty (30)
days after delivery, and they will bo analyzed anew, and any deficiency in tho per centago
guaranteed will be made good lo him hy tho Company. Jan 21 }2mo
P KW??T ISUPES-PHOSPHATB,
STANDARD GUARANTEED |f| THE GREAT FERTILIZER
! MANUFACTURED BY t ? FOR COTTON AND ALL CROPS.
WU Ml N R TRW DELJllSf Thc unparalleled success of this Great Fcr
\ CTILffliriU lun,WLl..,?j tiljzcr on ALL CROPS, proves it to bo thc
l\ - . ?P?SM BEST and CHEAPEST Manure now offered in
u\/i? FOR SALE BY IT^S} I the mai lat. It hau been used by many of tho
jB.p Q?!V!fiHH most eminent Plantera in tho South, and in
ll- Z\**Xt1QRN llFRRlTOvl ^L*ISB every single instance it has Riven entire satis
B?!pO/*?V?ii' oe KWVl' \ faction. On COTTON its effects have boen
BfiS/*- "OW FACTORS _rv*ir"' 'A Jia rt iou lari v marked. It is no raro thing for
I^AfMlCoirliViMrDPUmlllH WHANN'H PHOSPHATE to increase, the yield
? il. A ,, ?i,ION MkKU^lw;aM. from ONE HUNDRED TO TWO HUNDRED
?O.C*UC?USTA ft F OrW Jflawl^ PER CENT., or even more!
,f^?> An? _ _ pfrtWj ' ' \ Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent planter of
/?????hSgjs^^ letter to tho Banner and
m^3? t^^g^^^^^MnP'I'W Planter, says that in an experiment with noven
^?l^^^^^nn?Hnnn"^^^^^ leading Super-Phospbatcs and Guanos, tho
WHANN'S proved itself the best of all those tried, paying a net profit at tho low market rate,
of $20.90 per acre of .etton. A copv of Mr. Dixon's bitter furnished on application.
For salo by CL.A?IIORJI, HERRING & CO..
Jan 12 3m j Charleston. S. C., and Augusta. Ga.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, BOSTON
A 3D ALL
THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREE TIMES A WEER,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
ELEGANT STATE ROOM
Sea Voyage 10 to 13 Honr6
Shorter, via Charleston.
Total Gapacity 40,000 Bales Monthly.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY, und connecting roads West, in alliance
with the fleet ot Thirteen FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS, to tho above ports, invite atten?
tion to the QUICK TIME and BEG ULA lt DESPATCH h Abided to the business public in tho
Cotton States at the
POET OF CHARLESTON!
Offering facilities of Bail and Sea Transportations for Freight und Passengers not equalled in
excellence and capacity nt any other Poit. The following splendid Ocean Steamers are regu?
larly on the line
To New Yorli.
M. S. WOODILL, Commander,
R. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
JAMES BRREY, Commander,
T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
I U EOE G IA,
fi. CROWELL, Commander.
SAM ADKINS, Commander.
ALEX. HCNTER, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.,
JAMES ADC ER A- CO., Agents, WM. A. COURTENAY,
Charleston, ti. C. j .Agents, Charleston, S. C.
rtn ? To I=*iiil?\c5Lol3pjtLliX.
Y i ROI NIA, EVER M AN,
C. H. ASHCROFT, Commander. C. HINCKLEY, Commander.
P AILING DAYS,.THURSDAYS.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agc nt, Charleston. 8. O,
FALCON, MARYLAND, SEA HULL,
HORSEY, Commander. JOHNSON, Coninianeter. DITTON, Commaneler,
SAILING DAYS,.EV EY Y FIFTH DAY.
P. C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
RATES GUARANTEED AS LOW AS THOSE OF COMPETING LIKES.
Marino Insurance One-Half ol (lue Pe r Cent.
Through Billw el Lading and Through Tickets can bo had at uh the-pihi'.-ipal Railroad
Offices in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi.
Stato Rooms maybe secured in advance, without extra charge, hy addressing Agents ol
tho Steamships in Charleston, at whose offices, in all cases, the Bailioad Tickets should be
exchanged and Berths assigned.
Tho Through Ticket by this route includes Transfers, Meals anti State Room while ou
Tho South Carolina Railroad and its connecting lines have largely increased their facili?
ties for tho i apid movement of freight and passengers between Northern cities and the South
and Wost. Cemiortablo Night Cars with the Holmes Chair, without extra charge, have been
introduced. First-Cla.is Eating Saloon at Branchville.
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to Day and Night Trains of South Carolina
Railrrad. Closo connections made with other Roads, delivering Freights at distant points
with tho greatest promptness. Th? Managers ?rc confident that their Lino cannot bo sur?
passed in Despatch and tho Safe Delivery of Goods.
ll. D. HAHEhl,, P.O.Box 4,070, Offire 317 Broadway, New York.
8. B. PICKEN8, I ED. H. BARNWELL,
General Pa&sengor and Ticket Agent, Goucral Freight Agent,
Sooth Carolina Railroad. ! Oct 4 }Cmo Sonth Carolina Railroad.
Book, Job and Newspapor
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Feb 26 JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., MABOH 1,1671.
fTniTMl 'MWKinWn ON and after tbio
MrVSURlSBHidAte, the following
acbedulo will bo rnn daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Trains on Benth Caro
lina Railroad up and down; also with Trains
going North and South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:
Leave Columbia at.7.00a.m.
" Alston. 9.10 a. m.
" Newberry. 11.16 a. m.
" Belton.5.001p. m.
Arrivo at Crccuvillo. G.SOp.m.
Leavo Greenville at. 6.15 a. m.
" Belton.8.0S a. m.
.* Cokesbury.10.07 a.m.
" Abbeville.8.15 a. m.
" Nowbcrrv. 1.50 p.m.
" Alston. 1.05 p.m.
Arrivo at Columbia. 5.55 p.m.
TH08. DODAMEAD, General Sup.
M. T. BARTLETT, General Ticket Ap.cnt.
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAIIOLI NA BAILROAO COMPAM,
COLUMBIA, S. C., January 19, 1871.
^?tnmBSP?l ?N and after Sun
t^fijHffi^aay, the 22d instant,
Passenger Trains upon this Boad will arrivo
and leave as foll o wu:
THAIN No. 1.
Leave Charleston at.8.20 a m
: / nive at Columbia at.3.40 p m
Leave Columbia at.12.15 p m
I Arrive at Charleston at.7.60 p m
I Leavo Camden, Sundays excepted, at.9.50 a m
Arrivo at Kingvillo at.1.20 p m
i Leavo Kingvillo, Sundays excop'd, at.2 30 p m
Arrivo at Camden at.COO p m
I Tho above Trains run in connection with
I Wilmington, Columbia and AugUBta Railroad,
I connecting with Trains for Wilmington, North
! Condina, and with Trains for Augusta, Geor
I gin-making closo connections with Night
: Trains of Georgia Railroad npd Central Bail
I road, for all points South and West.
TRAIN No. 2-NIOUT EXPRESS.
(Sunday Night excepted.)
Leavo Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at..COO a m
Leavo Columbia at.7.50 p m
Arrivo at Charleston at.C45 a m
This Train runs in connection with Un Ar.
; gusta Trains, making closo connection with
i Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad Moru
' ing TrainB, for all points South and West.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
; S. B.TICKINS, General Ticket Agent. Jan 21
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
COLUMHIA, ti. C., January 17,1871.
ESS rm [38f??SS3 ON and ?fter SUNDAY,
ggg,g?g^5gg^?5a!iwjauuary ^0 patten.
j ger trains over this Road will run as follows:
GOING NORTH.-No. 1. No. 2.
j STATIONS. ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
I Augusta 8.00 am COO pm
1 Columbia 12.51 pm 1.03 pm 11.05 pm 11.20 pm
I Winnsb'ro 3.17 pm 3.37 pm 1.25 am 1.27 am
! Chester 5.07 pm 5.10 pm 2.56 am 3.00 am
Charlotto 7.30 pm 5.80 am
GOI.NO SOUTH.-No. 1. No. 2.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
' Charlotte 8.00 am 8.10 pm
Chcetcr 10.20 am 10.23 am 10.27 pm 10.80 pm
! Winiibb'o 11.55 am 11.58 am 11.55 pm 11.58 pm
! Columbia 2.16 pm 2.28 pm 2.13 am 2.28 am
? Augusta 7.45 pm 7.30 am
GOING NORTH.-Trnin No. 1 makes closo
: DAILY CONNECTIONS at Chailotto for all points
j Nus in and EAST.
j Train No. 2 makes eamc csuections, SUNDAYS
; GOING SOUTH.-Train No. 1 makes CIOBO
. DAILY CONNECTIONS at Augusta with trains
I of Georgia and Central Georgia Railroads,
: for all points South, South-west and West.
! Train No. 2 makes same connections, SUN?
No night trains will leave Charlotte, Au
' gusta or intermediate point H on Kunda vs.
Through Tickets sold and baggage checked
; to principal points. J. M. SELKIRK, Sup.
E. R. DOIISEY, General Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO.,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., Januar 25,1871.
B^ESaS^?i? TRAINS will be run ow:
jffgthia Road us follows:
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotto 5.35 a m 8.00 p m
Salisbury 8.08 a m 8.13am 10.34 p m 10.80 p m
Gr'nsb'o 11.05 am 11.20 am 1.30 am 1.45 am
Co Shopl2.50 p m 1.05 pm 2.57 am 3.17 am
HillBb'ro 2.28 p m 2.33 pm 4.27 am 4.29 am
Raleigh 5.12 a m 6.88 a m 7.10 a m
Goldeboro 10.55 a m
. Goldaboro 3.00 p m
Raleigh 8.45 am 6 58 pm 7.40 am
Billsbroll.07 am 11.10pm lO.t.'O a m 10.02 a m
Co Shop 12 30 pm 12.50 pm 11.12 a m 11.45 a m
Gr'neb'o 2.10p m 2.20 pm 1.10 am 2.00 am
Saliab'ry 5.15pin 5.20 pm 4.50 am 1.55 a ni
! Charlotte?.56pm 7.30 am
Jan 27 W. H. GREEN, Mae, Trans.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Leavo Anderson.4.20 P. M.
?:> 14 Pendleton.5.20 "
Arrive at Walhalla......7.00 "
Leavo Walhalla..3.33 A. li.
?* Pendleton.5.30 "
Arrive at Anderson.6.15 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
oflup train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 31_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Road
ON and after tho 24th
instant, tho Passenger
Trains will go down on MONDAYS. WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Spart an burg
Court Ilonco, at 7 20 A.M., and arriving ut
Alston 1.86 P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and SATURDAYS, will leave Alston at 9.50 A.
M.. and arrive at Spart an burg at fl.40 P. M.
THOMAS 1?. JETER. President.
Thief Proof Drawers.
TnK undersigned htivo received tho Agency
of these DRAWERS. Tiny are the ont
th ingneetlf ul for the pro?
tection tf every store ann
shop in Columbia, af?
fording a sure protec?
tion from the light-liii
gored gentry. For sab
J. A T. It. AGNEW.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING put my machine in operation, I
now inform tho public thut 1 am ?eady
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
cents per pound hy thc retail. For 100 pounds
or more, agreements will bc made. Tho leo
can bo obtained at either the upper or lower
store. J. C. SEEGERS.
SUGAR cured SHOULDERS,
Fulton Market Beef.
All choice and for salo at reduced price*.
Jan 27 EDWARD HOPh