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. rOBLlS?ED D?IttT AHD TBI-WEKRX?. -
' feVBB? WEUKEHDA? MOBNINU. ?
?Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
... .'? v: DIT OH A5?D PROPRIETOR. '
Jffice on main- Street, above Taylor.
-* ? ?
tar Bo?k'and Job Printing o? overydetorip
ion promptly aud faithfully attended to.
luuurtod in fjqo Daily at 75 cents per Bqnaro
:or tho drat ?jud BO ooutg oach (subsequent in?
jertion. -, Long advertisements by tue week,
non th or year, at reasonable rates.
Daily, eiz months, M UO; Tri-Weekly, 2 51;
j THE GARIBALDI NUISANCE.-The Gari
bali family-says the New York Herald,
and ? speaks our sentiments exaetly
have always been a nuisance, and an
ulcer upon the body politic of Europe.
They have never been busy anywhere
that mischief did not come ont of their
interference. The elder Garibaldi spent
a few years of his life in honest industry
when he was manufacturing candles on
Staten Island, and making a decent live?
lihood thereby. Since then, ho has
boori a noiBy adventurer in Europe. His
wholo course has been utterly contempt?
ible. He has made trouble in Italy, but
ha/i achieved nothing for Italian inde?
pendence. He assumed a command in
the French army during the recent war,
but tho French troops would not serve
under him. He was regarded as an in?
terloper, and an enemy to that kind of1
liberty which France desired. Gari?
baldi, therefore, was compelled to retiro 1
from the French service in disgust. We
nre. surprised to find his son, Menotti
Garibaldi, nt the bead of the insurgents
of ' Montmartre. What business have
these Italian outlaws to meddle in the I
affairs of France? They aro a nuisanoe !
which should be viped out at once. The
sooner the better.
-A, Qyoirr OP THE SMAT.TI-POX EPIDEMIC
IN NEW YORE.-A few days since, a gen?
tleman' f of yery considerable wealth re?
turned from a Northern trip, bringing
with him a youthful and beautiful brido
ho had j list espoused. Leaving her in
tho. oity, ho hastened tn his country seat
to superintend the putting of it in order
for her reception. He was absent but a
day or two, yet, during that time, thc
young.wife.waa stricken with the prevail?
ing disease, and, despite the fact that
ample medical attendance, nurses, etc.,
could have been procured, she was hur?
ried off tp tho post house. The husband
returned, and; learning the fatal news,
ho afc onco'wont to hin place by the bed?
side of her whom be had BO recently
sworn to love and protect. He was de?
nied admittance even for an instant, and
in forty-eight hours she was dead and
buried in the Potter's field. The sheet
upon whioh the victim died, half a gal?
lon of carbolic aoid, a pine board coffin,
and s head piece of the same material,
with Mrs. .- painted upon it, were
tho . funeral paraphernalia-these, and
nothing more. ;
Ono of the New York papors has a full
description of the art of enameling, by
which old and faded women are made to
look quito young. It is a wonderful nrt.
Not long ago a clerk in a Cincinnati dry
goods store, fresh from tho country,
married a school girl of eighteen. They
bad their first fight the next day. When
the scratching and hair-pulling was over
the bride stood forth ono of the identi?
cal old spinsters .who were straggling
about the country lecturing on woman's
rights when tho bridegroom's grand?
mother, was a baby.
The man "who wus so wondrous wise"
about the bramble bush apparently lives
in Michigan. Forty years ago, ho
blinded himself by letting a chip fiy into
bis eye while he was chopping wood,
and last week he regained his eyesight
' by n similar operation.
GENTBAL NATIONAL BANK
C O k U JI II I A , 8. C.
Present Capital, $100,000.
ivrnoniZBD CAPITAL., SDOO.OOO.
Joba B. Palmer, President.
A.'. G. Brenizer, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmor, F. W. MeMas
ter, B. D. Benn, of B. D. Senn A Son; G. tv.
Dearden, of Copeland Sc Hearder.; It.L. Bryan,
of Bryan & MoOartor; W. C. Swafiield, of B.
Si W. O. Swaffield.
F. W. HoMaster, Solicitor.
THI8 Bank is now open for tho transact on
of a general banking business.
GERTI MOATES OF DEPOSIT of onrroncy or
coin, bearing interest at tho rule of teven (7)
percent, per annain, in kind, will bo ieMied. 1
Deposits from County Officirs ropeoially ?o
licited: alao, from Trustees, Administrator?,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particnlar attention given to account? of
CUy and Country Mervnunts, and other bu&i
neBS men, and tho usual accommodations ex?
Jiotes, DOls of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and rooney loaned
Stocks, Bondi, Gold and Siloer bought and
Mutilated Cw rency purehaecd at a i mall
Sight Drafts dratcn direct on all the promi?
nent plaeoa in England, Ireland, Scotland,
franep,,Oei-matiy,t Belgium, iloUandf Den?
mark arin rue Orteni. JLciiera nf Ci eui! jcb?v?,
payable in any of the above places
Drafts on all tho prominent cilice in the
United States bought and sold.
N. B. Persons desiring to take Stock in this
Bank, would do woll to mako application eoou,
?? (herd i? only a limited amount still to bo
Hanking House opposite Columbia flotol.
Open ftotn 0 to 8._Feb 28 ly
. ICE! I0E1
SPRING WATER ICE it $1.25 per 100
proods; at retail, ljo, por ponnd for tho
ISSSS?b Tickets at eithsr Btore.
flMfrfohllV ,3 yfi JOHN 0. 8EBGEB8.
EXTRA Family, Medium and Common
FLOUR, for ?ale low. E. HOPE.
. Ague aud Feyer.
Tho only I preventive known- foi' Chills and
. rover ia thc use of Wolfe's Schiedam
j_Soli napp 8._
Wolfe's Schiedam SchnappB
Is good for Dyspepsia. _jj._
Wolfe's Schiedam Scltnapps
Ia a preventive of Chills and Fever._
.?. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
Wolfe's ScJiiedam Sclinapps
Is good foj^aUKiilnoy and BladderCompjaints.
Wolfe's Bohiedam Sohnapps
Ie good for Gout..
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is good for Colic and Pain In tho Stomach.
Wolfe's Bohiedam. Schnapps
Is good formfit Urjujiry Complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is imitated and counterfoitod, and Purchasers
will have to UBB oaution in purchasing.
Wolie's Schiedam Schnapps
Is used nil ovor tho world by Physicians, in
I bog leave to call tho attention of thc
reader to testimonials in favor of thc Schnapps:
I feel bound to say that I regard your
SCHNAITS aa being, iu every inspect, pre-emi?
nently pure, and deserving of medical patron?
age. At all events, it is tho purest possible
artiolo of Holland gin, (horotoforc unobtaina?
ble, and, as such, maybe safely proscribed by
physicians. DAVID Ii. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, KY., Supt. 1 -I feel that we
have now un artiolo of gin euitablo for such
caeca as that remedy ?B adapted to.
DB. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps" is a remedy in chronic catavr
hal complaints, etc.:
I tako great pleasure in bearing highly
creditable teBtimouy to its efficacy, as a reme?
dial agent in tho disoaBes for which you
recommend it. Having a natural tendency to
tho mucous surfaces, with a Blight degree of |
stimulation, 1 regard it as ono of tho most im?
port ant remedies in chronic catarrh al affec?
tions, particularly thoso of tho geni to-urinary
apparatus. With much respect, your obedi?
CHAS. AFLEAS, M. D., New York.
2G PINK STREET, NEW YOIIK, NOV. 21, 18(?7
UnoLPuo WOLFE, ESQ., Present.-DEAII Sin: I
li tivo mudo a chemical examin?t i on of a sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with tho intent
I of determining if any foreign or injurious eub
j atanco had been added to tho simple distilled
Thc examination baa resulted in tho conclu
sion that tho ?ample contained no poisonous
or harmful admixture. I havo boen nuable
to discover any trace of tho deleterious sub?
stances which aro sumo limen employed in the
adulteration of liquors. I would not heeitato
to uso myself, nor to recommend to others,
for medicinal purposes, tho "Schiedam
Schnappe," as an excellent and unobjectiona?
ble variety et gin. Very respectfully yours,
(8ignod) CHAS. ?. SEELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORY, 18
EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YOUR, NOV. 25, 1807.
Un i.i'iio WoLiE, ESQ.-D EAU Sm: Tho under?
signed have carefully and thoroughly analyzed
I a sample, of your "Aromatic 'Schiedam
j SchnappB," selected by ourselves, and have
found the same free from all organic or inor
. ganic substances, more or len? injurious to
health. From tho result of our examination,
we consider tho article ono of snperior quali?
ty, healthful as a beverage!, and effectual in its
medicinal qualities. Respectfully yours,
(Signed) ALEX. TRIPPEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For tale by all respectable Grocers and
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S ESTABLISHMENT,
Amil 1 !l*T3inn 22 Beaver st.. New York.
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 the
Blues and all mental dis*
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure 'Uni?
ons and of her J^cyers, Ji'cycr and
Aff?te, Chills, ^Diarrhoea, ll?ysen
/cry, ^Dyspepsia, Sea - SicA'ness,
Colic, Cholera, Cholera Jforoies,
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,
Bnertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
i t?' Thousands of Testimo
ninia 00? KA aaon nf> the
office of 9
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
Qi & 60 Water Street, N. Y.
CLAC1UM & WITTE.-Charleston, Gonorul
A irani s far statoflouth Carolina . FehlSHjly
North Carolina Hay.
BALKS mime UAY. for SAIO bv
Marchfly E. HOPE.
Improved Seed Planter.
PARTIES wanting either tho Ham or
Duuian PLANTER will send their orders
;at once. Woatenowwoll supplied, but later
ia tho season do not think wo will be able tn
meet the demand.
Feb 12 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
GERM AW BITTERS ]
Purest Medicated Cordial of.j?&Agft
SE RM AM BITT?
ERS ia prepared
from tho original
now in poBsosaion
of tho proprietor?
and ie lito samo
o ? waa used in Ger?
a century ago;to?
day ia household
remedy of Gorma
>*v-\?y "-B moat emi
' * nent physicians.
GREAT GExtMAN BI TT EBB
Is composed of tho purcat alcoholic eeeence ot
Germany's favorito beverage, impregnated
with tho juices nnd extracte of rare herba,
rootB and barks; all of which combined make
it one of the boat and bluest preparations for
I bo euro of
Dyspepsia, LOBB of Tone in the Stomach and
DigCBtive Organs, Nervous Debilitv, Lan
guor, Constipation, Liver Complain t,
General Exhaustion, and tv? a
Vit EVEN Tl VE tOli CHILLS AM* FEVER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS tho bvat tonio known for the diccaecato
which they aro generally subject, and where a
gentle stimulant ia recommended.
SAVASKAH, March 16, 1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lijirunan & Uro., Savannen,
(?a.-OEMS: I have before mo your esteemed
lotter of the 14th inst., containing various
documenta relativo to your "German Bittere.'
After a careful examination I must confesa
that your Bitters ia really what you represent
it to bo, an old German recipe of Dr- Mitch
erlich. of Berlin. Pruana. It will no doubt be
excellent for dyapepBia, general debility and
uervoua diacaacB, and ia a good preventive ol
chilla and fever. I lind it to bc a moat de?
lightful and pleasant etoniachic. I remain
yonra truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
K i UKI.AND MILLS, GA.. March 22, 1870.
Messrs. Jacob Liiumiun A Urn., Druggists,
Savannah, On.-- UKNTI.I.MF.N: 1 have intro?
duced your Great G- mian Bittera hero to my
cuetomeiB and friends, and 1 lind better aale
for it than any 1 Lave ever kept before. Those
who havo tried it approve of it very highly,
nnd I do not huallata in bflying that .it ia far
superior in value to any other Bitter*" now in
uae. Youra, respect fully, W. KIRKLAND.
Wholesale Agent* for State of South Carob
na-DOW1E, MOISE A DAVIS, HENRY BIS
UHOFF A CO.. GLACIUS A WITTE. STEF?
FENS, WERNER k DUCKKE? Charlelon.
Dopot in Columbia, S. 0., at GEIGER A
MCGREGOR'S. UruggiotH._June 2 lv||j
The Great Medical Discovery!
Br. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
?4 Hundreds of Thousands S$>4
?r* Sear testimony to their Wonder- ?I ? tr
o o fal Curativo li ile cia. g g a
.f]j| WHAT ARE THEY?leg
J"0 " n?r?
T c a
OV g THEY ARE NOT A VILE
?FANCY DRINK, K
Mailti <f Poor Rum, Yv'hlnkey, Pro
Spirits lind KffllHi" I.il-llill's doctored,l>pli cl
ni.d HWLctuncil t i i.lo.ir : tl?! ta-to. called .. Ton
les,"'" Appetisers," ?* It?rti.rcri-,'' .vc, tlmt lend
i nu tippler on lo ilruukciinti.- ai.il ruin, lint ure
a inn' Medicine, made front Hie Nativo Root* ind
Hi His of Cull'orilla, free IVoai till Alcoholic
ScinitilaniH. They nm Hie (itt KAT li I.(IO I)
IT ll I TI Kit rind LIFE GIVINI-j PRIS
CI Pl.ISn peril.ct Renovator and Invlgbrntor of
Hie By Kt em, parrying nu* ni I pnlsononn mutter ai.il
ruMorlng thc blood io a hialthy condition, s .
person ran lake Ibetc Hitter* according tu .'lr ,
tlon ami remain Inns unwell.
For Infliiiiinint ?ry timi Chronic lt h c.: -
tiin.tlr.iit ntul (iiiiit, 1>> MCH-IIM?? ?ri* Iii.it -
cost ion, B?IIOIIM, lt emit ton t und Inter?
mittent Fever*. I) I neil nc* nf till* Hin..il,
I.I vcr, Kidney M, nutt Kin il<li.*i', thc-u llit
II'VH liavi! liet'n ni.vt Hitee.HVful. Stu-li I>1*
en?.es are cause 1 by Vii in It'd ll I .xxl, which
is generally produce ! by derungoiucui >.f Hu
IMtreHt I ve O run un.
DYSPEPSIA OH 1 M>UJ KATION.
Itt-nihirhc. Pain Pi th.- Humblers, t'on;:!n, 'iicht
nii!>!'i>r thc Clit'?l,I)'.z/b;. ?i',Poi:r Eruclatlo:.? of
tlieStoiu:,r!i, Umitas! . I i t:m Mouth liijloua .'.!
turi:*'. I'ntpilatlon of lin ller.it, Intliimi'intlon ol
tito Lung?.Pain la rhercghitu' nf Hiv Klilneyi'.aii'l
lt titliiiiri'd other painful symptom*, :ir ? l!i< ..I ',
Tlii'j" Invigorate Ilia Slont.trli ; :ul -linn.hu: li ..
torpid liver a:.il bowell, which v.-a.LT tin in i-f in
iV.iMlnl riUeary li rieamdtrt Ibu Mood nf all
Impurities, and Imparting new lifo uad vigor tu
Hu' vliolo uyftem.
FOR H Ii IN DISEASES, i:rn?itlon?,Tcllcr.
hitit Rheum, n'.otc?u>. S-?i..i.. ! laiidcf. Tu: tu'...-.
Itt?'.:r. f'tirbtineti:*, Eliig-Wnrniii, Scuhl-Iluad, : . .
Eyi>,Ery?i|nl.i?,lte:i, Scarfs Discoloration-- i-f
tili Skin, Il'liiitUi? urn! II..-'.e-.f of tho Skin, < I
whatever Hanl? or iicl'T.', ur?*, literally il ti a u.
j.n 1 carried ont of Hu *>>; ?Miorif.nn lj
t!i' 'ia' of Hu s. Ititi*r?s. Otic bottle l.i ut ii
r..Mi. v. Ill ron vim: : lb. r.io t i:.;:rcduloi.h of tli.'ir
Cluain v efleclii.
ci. ais-; Hu Vitiated P.i.Midw?ieifyt r you And
Its hnputlllrr. liurr-tiD-f Ibr.'n.'b tl.ei"?in l.i ?'lui
I'lieii. Ernpllomi ir Sore; ; eluritf.- lt wboii you
timi it ohMriiclcd and riusglt*li I" (bc velnat
fli'utiRv lt wben lt I* foul, and your feellni;!? will
tell you when. Keep the blond pure and tho
h. ".'..!. of 'vii?::; v,*;!! fidluw.
'PIN, TAFKa-id "thur WOK MS, lurkingln
tliiifysU'ttt ol' io tunny thniiHnmlii, are r-fTeclnally
d?rtroye'l ?iud r -inovtvl. Tor full dlreetlonn, rerd
carefully tb<". clrruhir arnun I i nob holli.:,
j. WALKER, I'roprl. tor. lt. II. Mi'DONAi.n A
CU., Dnijiali-ii- and tien. Agent?, S.m Kraiirl>ci>,
Ct'., mia S'. ntul SI Coiiiuieibt! Struct, New Yuri.'.
KUU> 11V Aid. DRUOUlSTS AND DEALERS.
D28IIJ51 v GEIGER >V MoGRKOOH. A gent n.
' SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED TONGUES, oslra ?molted BEEF.
Ferris Fulton Market Beef.
Diamond and Orange brand Hams.
Sngar?cured Bacon Siripa.
MeuB and No. 1 Mackerel, Ac. all irt-Bh to
band. Porealcby GEO. SYMMERH.
? : -.vt?ood-He?i4?---^ong life. r
milEltE ia a diflerence between good blood
1 and ba'drblood-a difference of Life and'
Death. Bad blood is f?ll of humors, pro?
ducing corrupt Sores, Ulcers,': Boils; j Oarr
bunclcH, Spots, Blotches. Thceo aro indica?
tions of a diseased condition of the system,
and nnlesB removed, will prov npon the body
and make it a diseased and loathe BO me thing
of llosh. Without paro blood no flesh is free
from disease. The Pale and Shrunken Forms,
Yellow Faces, Weak Btomaohs, Diseased
Livers, Crippled Rheumatics, nervous Hypo
chondriacB, Dyspeptic Viot ima of Headache BO
common lu thi.s country, is owing entirely to
tho humors of the blood.
HEINITBU'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT in tho
only euro medicine. 20,000 bottles sold at
homo bespeaks for it a popularity unexampled
in tho history of medicino. For purifying the
Blood and invigorating the Liver, no better or
cheaper medicine has ever been discovered.
Beiuitfah's Queen's Delight is a Purifier of the
Blood and au Invigorator of tho Liver, two
things essential in preserving Health and
j in eui tug Discuto. It invigorates tho Liver
and cures all disorders of tho Stomach aud
Bowels, purities tho Blood and repairs the
wasto of tho Body, imparts Strength and
gives Vigor to diseased and enfeebled systems.
HEINlTSli'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Thc people approve, and physicians ?anet iou
, its usc, because it po?scsses merit, and is
what it seems to be-a household <i!a>!<i'ig to
HEADACHES.- Sick Headache, Nervous Head
ache, Bilious Headstdie, Neuralgia, Catnrih,
Dizziness, Hindi of Blood to the Bead, Full
ness, Oppression ol' tho Head, Ac.
CATARRH.-This unpleasant disease, iu ull
SORE THROATS, Ac - Sore Throats, Hoarse
nose, LOBS of Voice, Weak Voice."
DYSPEPSIA.-Thia disease always cured in
all cases, in ptreona of all agCB and occupa
LivF.n COMTI.AISTS, JAUNDICE, AC.
Chronic Diarrhaa and all Chronic Dyaoiite
ry, Colics, obstinate Costiveness.
"PILES.-Piles, Blind, Bleoaingor Ulcerated
Painful, itching, Burning, no maller how long
Kidney Disease, Diabetes, Gravel, Iuconli
nenco, Stoppage, Their peculiar diseases
FACE AFFECTIONS.-Brown Spot?. Moth
Blotches, Pimples, Black Specks, lied Patches,
Burning, Itching, Rush ol ?lood to the Face,
Cloaema, Bad Complexion.
Abscoseos. Scrolula, when on the Scalp.
Throat, internal or exterual; on tho Tonguoi
Back, I.imbe, or anywhere; Sore and Swelled
LegK, all perfectly curable.
SKIN DISKASFK -Halt lt hen m, Teller; Acne,
Shingles, Scaly Erupt ions, Wal erv Dischargee,
Ilching. Burning. Chronic Ery*'?peine.
TUE EYES!-Inflamed and Itching, Scrofula,
Ac, on the Eyes and Eye-lids.
GOITRE, SWELI.EII NECK.-All cnn: cnn d.
Ubi umnli-m, Chronic, Acule, Neuralgia,
Lameness, Swelled Joints, inabilily to walk,
painful or passive, cured bv tho uso of
HEINIISIIS QUEEN'S DEL1GUT.
Tho aflllclcd, nervous and debilitated, whoso
anflforiiigs have been protracted Irom hidden
canees, and whose CUHOB require prompt trent
neut, will fl iid al wave a sure remtdv in
QUEEN'S DELIGHT. *
Ash for HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Take none other. He ia the inventor and sole
proprietor. Sold wholesale nnd retail at his
Drug and Chemical Store, Columbia, S. C.
Ir. STA It 1,1 S II K I) 18.13.
120-1 i-i ii ii it ford Avenu*,
(.-louie (t?Vinrd Avenue,) Phila<Wjthin,
CARRIAGES, NEWEST STAY LES.
CLARENCES. Landauf, l.ai<danUts, Uloeo
Coaches. Shifting qr. COHCIICI?, Coupes,
Barouches, I'll n>t ons, hock a wats. Hearses,
Ac, mitotic far j viente j'omily und pul Aie lise.
Wor kilian tdi ip and linii-h -econd to none in the
country. Fine and vaiiod ?tock 6? hand -
completed and in the works. Ol dora receive
prompt and personal attention. All work
warranted. March 21-?2mo
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beer
IN preference tn London Porter and Scotch
Ale. WhjV Their know it is unadulter?
ated. March ll
Terms Cash Only.
OUlt terms .uri*ftrictly rash, and no order
will hereafter be tilled, or goods deliver?
ed, until />ui'?i /or. All parlies indebted to us
will please eal! nnd ??nv the same ?mu ethnic
ly. J. ,V T. ll. AGNEW.
r. F. UnODIfe. It? ft. H?DGIN?. n. C. HUUOI^S.
Factors and Commission Uer chanta,
North Atlantic Wharf,'
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
T IBERALailvancoB made on Consignments.
JLJ Refer to ANDREW SIMONDo.Esu., Fresi
lent lot National Bank, Charleston, t?. 0.
Aug 25 8mo
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
-? ? ? -?- . -
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEREST ALLO WEI) A T THE RA TE Ol'
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTJFICA1ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SI A'
MONTHS ON A CCO UNIS.
Wm. Martin, President.
JohnB. Palmer, t vie?.TWsldidt?
John P. Thomas, ? V??-L-I itb.duis.
A. G Brtiiizcrj Cashier.
John 0. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Han
kell.F. W. McMaster, John P. Thoma?. E. H
Hciniteh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Raven el, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborera, Clerke, Widows, Or?
phans and other? may here deposit their BST
tngs and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they requiro them for business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to set apart small
tums for their children, and Married Women
und Minors (whose deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) withing to lay
aside funds for future nee. are hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the samo time, bo subject to withdrawal when
needed. Aug 18
Rich, Rare and Ruby.
WE have jnst received an extensive addi?
tion to our stock of WINES and LI?
QUORS, which will comparo favorably, in pu?
rity, with auy stock in tho United States.
We mention:"Superior Hoidtick; Vcrzenay
Mott & Chandon; Veuvo Clicqnot Poneardin;
Corlaillod Mouegcaux, and other brands of
CHAMPAGNE. J. A F. Martell's Cognac
BRANDY-believed to be thc only lot of this
celebrated brand in thc city. Old Wheat Bour?
bon WHISKEY-18G0. (?enuine Hungarian
BITTERS. Partagat La Crema and Concilia
cian CIGARS-genuine Havanas. Call and
try them. PAYSINGER & FRANKLIN,
Jan 28 Exchange House._
"SURE PO P !
DEATH TO RATS,
' Nover tailing. Boxes double tho size as
: others. Hermetically sealed and always fresh.
For cale at wholesale and retail by
' And by nil Druggists and Grocers Febl43mo
RAMSAY'S Islay Mnlt Scotch Whiskey, Sir
Robert Burnett's Old Tom Gin, Otard.fl
! Dupuy, Cognac Brandy, Duff Gordon's Pale
Sherry, South-bido Madeira Wino, London
Dock Port Wino, Hibbertia London Porter,
I McEwen's Scotch Ale. Thc above direct from
; th? importera and warranted pure.
I For salo hy _ EDWARD nOPE.
The Pollock House
/ \ HAS been overhauled .ISBr^yr
J fl/and fitted np for the win-"*R?B3K
fcjr ter season. OYSTERS, ^g"^
FISH and OAME served np in the usual st vio.
The Private LUNCH ROOM has been refit;
ted, and guests mav expect proper attention.
Oct 12 T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
Eighteen Years of Practical Success !
IXUC'JI'C'KJ' IX 1852. PATENTE!) DEC EM P. Eli 20, 1859.
Oldest Super-Phosphate Manufactured in this Country!
SUFEB-PlOmm OF LIM E.
Compostd ol' :ionos. PhoBphatic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal Animal
Matter and Sulphuric Acid.
- No Salt, Phirtci, Sall CsUr. Nit ri-Cake. u(>rany adulterant of any hind used.
n~ 'll;' iinntionhtral nr.riiisl matt, i r.fi d in Mopes' Nitroget.izi d Snpor-riioephate of
Lime i;nis*>i*l'? ni Hie I'lei-li, (containing IO p- r cent of Au. monia,) and thc Bl^od, (contain?
ing loper ??-iit. t'i .Vnnmiia ) of loirs ?..<. Iieuves, rlidi and otlier animals, after .::nreesion of
tin- f?t and .iii l.y ? I. um. fend loi ti pamphlet. KINSMAN A. IlOWELiIV,
Jan I'JiHinn Oe m ral Agi Mt>, 128 Eas,! Day, Charlctton, 8. C.
THE GREAT FERTILIZER
FOR COTTON1 AND ALL CROPS.
Tlio unparalleled success of this Gr? al Fer?
tilizer on ALL CHOI'S, proves it to l o the
BEST ftt'td CH EAl'i ST Man.* rt now cff^rt'd In
i he mnrliet. lt has been inn il hj luatiy of tho
most eminent Dalliers iii tho South, and in
t very single Imtanco it hus given entire aatie
laction. On COTTON its effects have been
Particular ly marked, li is no raro thing for
^* il ANN S PHOSPHATE to increaso tho yield
fr .tn ONE nUNDBED TO TWO HUNDBED
1,'EU CENT., or oven mon I
Mr. Gcorgo u. Dixon, an eminent, planter of
On meron, Ga., in n letter to the Itanner and
Pla uti r, says that in an experiment with aoven
loading Super.Phosphates and GuanOB, tho
WiiAtfN'.s proved itself best of all those tried,
paying a net profit at the low raaiket rate or
f 2 1.00 per aoro ot votton. A copy of Mr. Dix
on's letter furnUhed on application. For eale
hy CL.AUIIORX, HK?UtlNG di CO.,
Charleston. 8. C., and Augusta. Ga.
Jm 12 13 m
K AW BONE ii
FOR SALE BY jj
&??N FACTOR? J
THE underaigncd bavo rpceivcd tho ? gency
of tbcBO DBAWKBB,,. _2%fy arc t/^e OT<C
fec??ono/eBery??o?eonl? ~whM?W'Ns I
afconiii? C'u?umi?a, af. r?M?ROV?D\) I
fording a B?ro proteo T> . . ' h * H
lion from tho llght-fln- TltlLOCK&URAWERl
Stored gentry. For Bale ' . ;J' --"n 9 .'.
ow, by F At RB AN KS & CO., fe
J. A T. R. AGNEW. ,. r(a?S?r?,; ?.
jLl I 2S2, Br^way^Y.B,
" ?To Coflee.-~~
prf\ BAGS RIO COFFEE, for Bala low to i
t>U dealerBby EDWARD HOPE.
Camden Accommodation Train.
SOUTH CA H OI-I NA RAILROAD UOMI'ANY,
COLUMBIA, S. 0., March 29.1870.
ON and after SATURDAY, AprU 1, 1871. an
Accommodation Passenger Tram will be
run botween Camden and Columbia, on Moo
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Camden at. 6.00 A
Leave Ringville at.9.10 A
Arrive at Colombia at.10.40 A
Leave Columbia at. 1.26?. M.
Leavo Ringville at....8.30 P. M.
Arrive at Camden at.6.00 P. M.
A. L. TYLER, Yico-Preaident,
E. MARLEY, Agoni . March 30 4 .
Change of Schedule.
80UT11 CAROLINA BAJLBOAD COMPASS,
COLUMBIA, B. C., January, 19,1871.
SBtsS. JS?: *3H??!3ge? ar ri vo rind leave:
THAIN No. 1.
Leave Cbarlcatonat. ....8.20 am
I rrivo at Columbia at.8.40 p m 1
Leavo Columbia at. 12.16 p m ,
Arrive at Charleston at. .,7.60 p m
Leave Camdon, Sundays excepted, at.9.60 a m
Arrive at Ringville at.1.20 p m
Leavo Ringville, Sundays excop'd, at.2 80 p m
Arrive at Camden at.6.00 p m
Tho above Trains run in connection with
Wilmington,Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
connecting with Trains for Wilmington, North
Carolina, and with Trains for AuguHa, Geor?
gia-making cloee connections with Night
I Trains of Georgia Railroad and Central Rail?
road, for all points 8outh and Weat.
TRAIN NO. 2-NIGHT EXPRESS.
(Sunday Night excepted.)
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 a m
Leave Columbia at..7.50 p m
Arrive at. Charleston at.6.45 a m
This Train rons in connection with Up Au?
gusta Trains, making- oloso connection with
Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad Morn?
ing Tra?na, for all points South and West.
A. L.- TYLEB, Vlce-PresIdent.
S. B.'.PICKINS, General Ticket Agent. Jan 21
Charlotte. Colombia and Augusta K. B
COLUMBIA, S. G., January 17,1871.
gor tralss crer this Bos?pSlrjS a^foUows:
Goisu NonTH.-No. 1. No. %
STATIONS. ARRIVE. LEA.VE. AUIUVE. LEAVE.,
Augueta 8.00 am 6.00 pm
Columbia 12.51 pm 1.03 pm 11.05 pm 11.20 pm
Winneb'ro 8.17 pm 8.37 pm 1.26 am 1.27 au
Chester 5.07 pm 5.10 pm 2.66 am j 8.00 om
Charlotte 7.30 pm 5.80 am -
OoiNo SOUTH.-No. 1.. ' " No, 2.
AHHIVK. LEAVE. I ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 8.00 am 8.10 pm
Cheater 10.20 am 10.23 am 10.27 pm 10.30 pm
Winnsb'o 11.55 am 11.68 am 11.55 pm 11.58 pm
Columbia 2.16 pm 2.28 pm 2.13 am 2.28 am
Augueta 7.45 pm 7.80 am
GOING NORTH.-Train No. 1 makes close
DAILY CONNECTIONS at Charlotte for all points
NORTH and EAST. Train No. 2 makes same
collections, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
GOiKoSouTn.-Train No. 1 makes CICBC DAILY
CONNECTIONS at Augusta with trains of Georgia
aud Central Georgia Railroads, for all points
South, South-west and. West. Train No. 2
makes samo oonoeotions, SUEDAYS..EXCEPTED.
No night trains will leave Charlotto, Au?
gusta or intermediate pointe on Sundays.
Through Tickets sold and baggage checked
to principal points. J. M. SELKIRK, Sup.
E. R. DORSEY, General Ticket Agent._
Greenville and Colnmbia Bailroad.
COLUMBIA, S. G., MABCH 1,1871.
fSah'TOTP?nHKTC) ON and after this
HgSjailS?gfgie&dato, the . foUowinK
schedule wili bo run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Traine on South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Trains
going North and South on Charlotte, Colombia
and Augusta Railroad:
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a. m.
'. Alston.9.10 a. m.
" Newberry. 11.18 a. m.
" Ookesbury. 3.00 p.m.
I - Belton.?.OOip. m.
I Arrive at Greenville.- 6 30 p. m.
Leave Greenville at.... .6.16 a. m.
; " Belton. 8.06 a. m.
I " Cokeabury.10.07 a.m.
j ,l Abbeville.8 15 a. m.
*. Newberry. 1,50 p.m.
" Alston."_4.C5 p.m.
< Arrive at Columbia.6.65 p.m.
THOS. DODAMEAD, General Sup.
M^ T- BARTLETT, General Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
j OFFICE NORTB CAROLINA B. B. CO.,
COMPANY Snopa, N. C., Januar 26,1871.
I BTini?rBr TH?TT rn~"
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5 35 a m 8.60 p m
Salisbury 8 08 a m 8.13am 10.31 p m 1 c.SO p m
Gr'nub'oll.05amll 20 a rn 1.30 am 1.15 am
Co Sbnpl2 50 p m 1 05 p m 2.57 a m 3.17 a m
OillabVo 2.28 pm 2.33 pm 4 27 am 4.20 am
Raleigh 5.12 am 6.88 a m 7.10 am
Goldsboro 10.66 am . .
GoldBboro Etpretr.* wtHfail. S 00 p m
Raleigh 8.45 am 6 58 p m 7.40 a m
Billsbroll.07amll.10pm 10 60 a m 10.C2a m
Co 8hop 12 30 p m 12.50 pm 11.12 B m 11.45 a m
Gr'neb'o 2.10pra 2 20pm 1.10 a.ra 2.00 am
Saliab'ry 5.15 pm 5.20 pm. 4 60 a rn 4,D5am
Charlolu7.5Cpin 7.80 a ni
Jan 27 W. H. GREEN. Mas; Trans.
Schedule on Blue Bldge Bailrca?.
Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
" Pendleton. 6 20' "
5? Pcrryville.G. 00
..,*.- 1 TI- n .11. ns,/, ti
nrt ive ni nniu?i.?, ... . .. .(,uu
Leave Walhalla.9.80 A. Mi
" Pendleton...'.6:80 "
Arrive at Anderson..6.16 ? "
Waiting at Anderson ono hour for the arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
Joly 81_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Bop,
Winter Schedule Spar'g ft Union Boad
132 VB fP?'^ ON and after' the 24th
^MW^i Instant, tho raasen^er
Trains will go down oh MONDAYS. WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; l?ftVlOg Sparenburg
Court Honae.at 7 20 A. M., und arriving at
Mi?ton 1.35 P. M. I i
Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and S ATURDA YH, will leave Alston at 0 60 A.
M., and arrive at Rparianbnre at 8.40 P. M.
THOMA8 B. JETER. President.