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EDITO B AMD FBOFBIXTOB.
?w Bo ok and Job Printing of every doeorip
Id for tefl' rn 4b6^?y aWcnnt? pfjf sifter*
for the fl rut and 50 cents each subsequent in
A*tt3r?!ftix months, 4* U0;> TrifWo.oklJv-J 6Cf
Weekly, 1 50. - ooiiq wnl nm-V
lord-for tron&?orring ?jt?sameranaod ships
by railway overland Iront?'?ri?^o?y1 of
States navAl ?o?stru?tor, and ^thesre.
The plan ia to employ an ordinary float'
ing dook,tontee'*?V*fc?el ntid pince it
4?flW onojWwfcQte ia.?UHed iip'?oa pro
por Jurada, a; locomotive ia ott?obed.aud
tho T??MV IB hao??d ftlraylila#?My: otheir
porta?on ia W..Uke i9mt?k'M ?ft be,fcQ?
forty to eixty ie ot nv ido, wi Un eight oi
moro Tails, thp road-b?d to bo tr?Ado
capablest Sust?itilng any w?ignjtll^^r*.
Hano?om thinks ouoh a railway ? with
dooks, eto., thirty-rm von miles'across the
Isthmus Of IMn?mfe, could bo built for
$22,t>DO,?0O, Wile a canal, with tho nr>
oessarj'Jpskf vsnd bastos? wotild oost
eight times that sn m, or Wore.' .6 ?t? first
sight snoh a project seems visionary, but
more improbable achievements have
been saooessfally accomplished; the eleo
trio telegraph, for instance.
? :. .... H-.11 'l?a H^jf/
The old ijAyle of presenting eaoh guest
at A wedding -with a box,' containing a
liberal slice of wedding cake to take
home and dream on, has again borne in
fashion, and ia.muoh .moro sensible and
ngit??ab?o ??1 a!K:p?rrieVttan'hav?nW'tt
very elaborate oake in the centre of the
rlv^d^^^)VYork fro^m^fhin Fr^oise^."
It weighs BO von ty tons, and. is to form
the basin of a new fountain at Central
Park,, ^^?lft^t?-.;. v/ KV.
Alexandra Damas, Jr.. has uttered a
b?H mot . on the woes of Paris, fie de?
soribes the great influx of ?trangers to
that,0^^pW8erit wr,?vi?t.li> the
universal exposition of human folly." ?
PARE F?? I* Ii Y 0
Agne and fever.
The only preventive known for Chilla and !
Foyer lathe use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
' . Wolfe's Bohiedam Setonhpp'o-- ?
_Ia good for ?yapopaia._
Wolfe's Schiedam Sclmapps
Ia a preventive ot Chilla and Fever.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is g<iod foraUKidnoyand BUjdder.CJonrplftio^n,
. - Wolfed fichiedate Schnapps' v*l
Ie good for Gont.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is good for O olio aad-E?ba in tbe-Stotunch.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps . 1 ..
.. Is good for ah Urinary Complaints. ? '
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is imitated and counterfeited, and Purchasers
wiU have to uso caution in pnrcbaaing.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is used fa.Il over the world hy. Pfcyj?ie?ajh?, in
U '. H ? ;;tbeir<.raotioe.i InTl
I beg leave to call the attention of the
reader to testimonials in favor of the Schnapps :
t. feel bound to say that I regard your
??uHApra as being, In every rcupnct, pre-emi?
nently puro, and deserving of medical patron?
age. . At all events, it ia tho purest possible
article of Holland.?in, (heretofore unobtaina?
ble, und. aa such, may bo safely prescribed by
physicians. DAVID L. MOTT. MD.,
Pharmaoeutieal Chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, KY., Sept. 1 -I feel that we
have now an artiolo of gin mutable for auch
cases as that remedy is adapted to.
. .DH. J. W. BBIOHT.
..Soim?pps" 1B a remedy in chronic cat arr.
hal complainte, otc:
I take great ploasnro in bearing highly
creditable testimony to its efficacy, as a reme?
dial agent, in the diseases for . v hieb you
recommend it. Having a natural tendency to
the macons surfaces, with a alight degree of
stimulatUni, 1 regard it aconbof tba muet lin.
SOTtant remedies in ohronio oatarrhal affec
ons, particularly those of the genito-nrinary
apparatus. With much respect, your obedient
servant, CHAS. A. LEAS, M. p., NewTYork.
r ?}S BI*B. Sro K BTV, NEW Yoax, Nov. 21,18H7
UDOIJUO WOLFE, Esq., Present.- DBAU Sm: I
havomfcdo a chemical examination of a sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with tho intent
of determining if any foreign or injurions aul;
ot^&cehadb??n added ?bf tho simple distilled
^Tho examination has reunited in tho conclu?
sion that the sample contained n<> poisonous
or harmful admixture.; I have been unable
to discover any trace of the deleterious sub?
stances which aro sometimes employed in tho
. *3nltara?Mtn ot liquors. I would mjt hoeitato
to nae myftolf. nor to recommend to others,
' for medicinal poi posea, the VSchiedain
Sohnappa,** as an excellent and unobjectiona?
ble variety of gin. Very resp oe t f ul ly yours,
(Signed) OHAS. A. ?BELY, Chemist.
CHBXIOAL AMD TECHNICAL LABOBATOBY, 18
ExcBAtras PLAoa, Nxw YOBK, NOV. 20, 180?.
UD uno WOLVX, Esq.-llEia SIB: Tbeunder
oignod hate carefully and thoroughly analysed
a sample of your "Aromatic Sch i ed am
Schnapps," selected by ourselves, and have
fonnd the same free from all organto or inor?
ganic substances, more or less injurious to
health. ? From the result of oar examination,
we consider the artiole ono of superior quali?
ty, healthful aa a beverage, and effectual In its
medicinal qualities. Respectfully yours.
(Eignod) ALEX. TBIPPEL, Chemist.
FBANOI8 E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and
Druggist*. UD0LPH6 WOLFE'S EST.,
April l-|pr3mo 22 Beaver aL, Now York.
Free Bo np every day, at ll o'clock, at POL
! titojf?ll yi>>*nd CIA . .f .. d >iii4<| rt If.?.i j
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fpIOKETS to tho Concerte of tho SOUTH OAlt?ft^tA 1 A^t?^?P|a'B>'^0N,i(J^fei
pWlWO deTOO^rde^^^.^u^ ^P^M^Mm
panted for tho Counties of LanoaBter, Loxingtjofc?rifcr^^
Pl?ftWtHHOJO'J ULI ??|S| "
I *??hrj (?1 '>: ' ' .'???.." 10 ^T/J , ' 'Perietal Agents', Oommbjai's,, C.'
m craiOT ipBH
,nw?ii ?otf? ha/i FOR THE. BKNEfi&l* <0^H?i3>: 1-i t? ?, ?iii JJ ! '.' i
IH?RT?ED M T1?E STATE OF SOUTH I???? ,.> -
HIVE COMMENCED AND WILL CONTINUE THB-DISTBIBUTIOK OP AW?I?DB- IN
i Lambs and lenemonts, Jewelry, P?BEOB, Organa; Harpe, Statues. Gold WatcheB, -Silver
and Pl?tfedj WatoiDiaujonds1,Ac.;*hyjBMflb','twice'a-doy, aV 12 M. and 5 P. M., at tho Oeoeral
0 ill oe, No. H7 Meeting etreet, Charleston, South-Ca iolinai-- ; ? '. *j;<
1 Tho Directors of the Charleston Charitable Association, for the Benefit of die Fred School
Fund, having complica With Hid t ernie Of t hfcjr phar ter, and paid over to J. K : Jilteon, State
Buporlntehdont of Education of South Carolina, tho enrh of ooo thousand dollars, being the
annual payment to the Boh?ol Fond nuder the Charter, [the receipt being hereto appended, j
bavo inaugurated a system of ''Insurance Certificates" which is surrounded by eveiy degree
bf f abrites?; and willbe raffled for twice a day, at 12 M. and 5 P. M., in public, under tho su?
perintendence,of. Captain pcuu Peck, a sworn.Coinrniaeioner. .'. .-*'/?'.
^hemvjratsJoc.of wi system atO..ttalUh? purchasers can h ?ve \th o choice bf their own
numbers anywhere from No. 1 to No 78, and the privilege of limit inp; or increasing (heir in?
vestments at pleasure. Ibo Sch ed uko of Rates adopted by Ibo Company ' will explain moro
fully and apourrttftlyi and can be obtained at the Office of tho Company, or JJom any venders.
Every raffle that takes placo ia claeaed and numbered on th? Company's Official Books, and
i ak es placo twice aday? as follows: JV J
NomberS tiriht?d on Cubes, from No. 1 to Ko. 78, are placed [in publics] by tho aworujCom
mfMoner Jn a Ol?es Rafflo Cylinder, and BTU well ehaktn'. A'~boy blindiofdf d"f?l'cs one of
those Gob?s, which la exhibited \o tho spectators and declared to be, and is recorded ss, the
6ret'raffled number. Tho Baffle Cylinder will then be revolved, and tho boy again takes out
notbor numb?ri which is similarly exhibited to the spectators sud recorded aa the second
raffle number. . Thia operation will be repeated ?uti) twe've nun bert are rpfiled out of the
Cylinder, abd each bomber " ho recorded on tho official boobs of tho Company in the order
in which it is taken in tho raffle. Those twelve numbers eo raffled in each i afile will decide all
the Awards of Certificated;
I AH .the humb?ra in each raffle aro equal, no distinction being mado aa to tho order in
which the numbers are taken in tho raffle, and the Awards aro at ouco delivered to the suc?
cessful Oer I ?Acato Holder.
EXPLANATION OP THE CERTIFICATE AWARDS.
Purchasers eeleot their own. numbera anywhere from 1 to 78, and, for example, say,
pay for the same onq dollar. The vendor gives tho purchaser a Certificate, with tho number
or numbers selected/and enters tho same number or numbers upon the Company's Begleter,
[with thq amount BO paid,] to be returned to the Office of the Company by tho vendor bofore
the rnfflo'ttt&GB placo; ' P'jrohaecru may select a one nnmber certificate, or a two number
certificate, or a three number certificate, or a four number certificate.
*A sid fels nuihbBr certificate scteaD sa single nnmber selected by the buyerlany where from
1 to 7B, ann ehould that number be taken out; in the twelve numbers so taken from the Baffle
Slylinder, the purchaser will be on tit led to an Award of four limoa the value of shares in the
affled property, or cost of tho original eortifioate of shares.
?ti two number certificate means If the two numbers aa the certificate comes ont in the
twelve numbera taken from tho Baffle Cylinder, will entitle the successful holder toan Award
of, shares in the raffled property of twenty times the value or cost of tho original certificate
of enarca: -.
' A three number, ourtiflo?to means if the three numbers on the certificate como ont in the
twelve BO takbnfrom the Baffle Cylinder, wUl entitle tbts.holder to an Award of abarca in the
raffled property of 120 times tho value or coot of ' tho 'Original' certificate ot shares. If but
two'bf tho numbera aro out in tho throe on the certificate, the purchaser will re?oive an
Award of twiootho amounts! the value or coat of the original certificate.
A four number dnfUficatemeana if tho four numbera on tho certificate come out in tho
twelve ao taken from tho lin file Cylinder, the purchaser will be entitled to an Award of shares
in the raffled property rf SOO times tho value or coat of the original certificate of abarca. If
but throo of tho numbera on the certificate are out in the raffle, tho purchaser will reccivo
ao'Award ot abaros in the raffled property of ten times the valuo or cost ol the original cer?
tificate of sharea.
A person may invest in a coi tideate of shares in these raffles an amount small or large aa
he pleases. The Company's Schedule List of Awards is made out at the rato of ono dollar
for certificates, but certificates will be issued Of tho value of 25, 50 and 75 cents; also, fl, f2.
ts, $4, |5*ind to 910, and upwards, and tho. Awards delivered pro rata to the schedule list of
Tho above explanation will enable any one desiring to take a sharo in these raffles, to do so
understandingly, and thu ra tilca, being fairly and honestly conducted in public by the sworn
Commissioner and oxactly at the hours named, they afford a safer means uf iuvestmcnt than
any other business speculation.
Tho first Property and Land Scheme of tho Company will bc issued iu o short
time, and will be raffled every three months.
Any further information will bo furnished by tho Company's Agent, Main atrctt, opposite
the site formerly known as Jan ney'a Hotel, next door below Union office, whore certiheatoa
are for salo.
Xi. T. Columbia, S. C.,
AGENT OF THE COMPANY.
All certificates soldin Columbia will be decided by thc 12 M. drawings, daily, and books
closed at 6 P. M. tho day previous.
CniULESTON, May 24,1871.
Received of- the "Charleston Charitable Association," of the State of South Carolina, for the
Benefit of tho Free School Fund, [successors of R. H. Willoughby .t Co.,] ono thousand dol?
lars, being the sum iu full to be paid into tho banda of tho Stato Superintendent of Educa?
tion, "as required byan Act of tho Oaaeral Assembly of the Btato of South Carolina, passed
at the regular stsaion of 1670-'71," approved March 8,1871. J. K. JILLSON,
June 2 Imo Stato Superintendent Education South Carolina.
03~ Specimens of,the Premiums to bo awarded may be seen at Mr. I. Sulzbucber's store.
* $20,000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO
IN TOE COLUMBIA CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
THE following PROPERTY and CASH Will bo placed in thc handH of tho Trnstecp, John
Agnew,Sr., Maj. Melghan and lt. C. Shiver* in fruit for the benefit nf Ibo Ticket-holders
Pf ?he above Association, to be delivered to those who. nu tho day of tho refile, may bo enti?
tled io liiem. Tho ettie io the real est?te bas been placed iu the bunds of Col. P. \V. McMaa
ter, Attorney ?t ?,aw, who will examino the saino und givo true warranty deeds, free from all
enoumbronco,' on the daj- of drawing.
Tho first prize. i? tho Temjierance Hall, now occupied on tho first floor bvMessrs. L?rick fe
Lowranco. ThWlo* in OS feet front liri Miiri strout, by 2G3 feet deep. Tho hnildlng is 150 feet
lot?g and two stories high.- It ls now .leased for throe years for fl. 10!) per annum, payable
monthly in advanao; valued at.... . K,. . f 15 OOO
Second Prixe-Lot adjoining HOBO'S Hotel, il foot front, 2f8 fvtt deep, valued at. l'flOO
Third Prizo-Lot adjacent to above, Soffet-t front, 208 feat deep, valued at. i loo
1 Cash Prizo...-. 500
2 Cash Prizes, $100 each.. 2U0
4. Gash Pt iz?s? at 850 ea oh.' 200
110 Cash Prhios, at (10 each..' 1,100
2,000 Tickets, aVltO each._. ..$20 000
Tioketa may be had of the General A?cnt. Dr. Ki W. WHEELER, at Tcmncraiic? nail', or
at tho Music Store of Mosers. LvBRAND ,t SON, Messrs. JOHN AONEW .t HON, T. M. POL?
LOCK and D. O. PE1XOTTO 4 SON.
The following gentlemen have consented to superintend the drawing: J. C. B. Smith. A. G.
Brenizer and Henry E. Soott, in connection with a committee of threo Bolected by the Ticket*
holders on the day of drawing.
Aa the tickets havo met with a rapid salo, it may bo safely presumed that tho drawing will
take place by the 15th of July, at tho Temperance Hall, Columbia, S. G.
As tho names of the tickotdielders will be registered in a book which shall bo in posses?
sion of tho Trustees on the day of drawing, parties may feol SBturtd that no more than
2,000 Tickets will be issued. . '
REFxnxNczs.-E. J. Scott, Son fe Co.'e Bank; Col. J. B. Palmor. President Central National
Bank; Citizens' Savings Bank; South Csroliua Bank and Trust Company, and W. B. OuJick,
Cashier Carolina National Bank.
Capt. Wado L?rick, Agent in Lexington. For further information, addroes
DR. E. W. WHEELER,
June 0 Box 88, Columbia, 8. C.
bponod a PRIVAT? <Btt??ri>?N G H0XT8B, ob.
Plain.?tfosK n<?4r BtO}. Tb? boc-o.iaiarfto
and airy^an^ rapaU.ony D^eottha ogmfarjs
P^ifo""16- ri fi u" , ?_dSKi?
j ..iRaviliQBjHoteliiOhaxlefiton, Sf C..
Il OA Ill> PKUl? JD AV,, M .?PU
UBS. Hi L. BU TTERFIELD, Proprietress1.
I B. HAMILTON. Superintendent.. ?>.: Juno 16 ?-'
' & CO., " .
JSTo. ? iv". Ehweiler.Strutt, 'JlaUimort, Aid.,.
I -.?I ) ? ' M Rauf ac turara uf
PORTABLE AND ST AT IO IV Alli'
STEAM ENGINES AMD BOILERS,
Patent Improved, Portabio ' 1
ClilCIILAH SAW iIII,I,S, I
OAJVO; NULA Y A* J) SASH SAW MILLS,
??? RIST MILLS. TIMBER WHEELS, BHIN
\Jf OLE MACHINES, Ac. Dealers in Clren
lair Saws, Belting and Mill supplies generally,
and manufacturer's agents lor LeffeTu Cele?
brated Turbine Water Wheel and every do
B?rlptien'of Wood Working Machinery.
AGRICULTURAL ENGINES A SPEC?ALTY.
49*Send for descriptivo Cataloguen and
Price Liste., May 28 itu ly
-?iii?) tlh?Vi 16 ^daiot?iiiii?i (>?< '.?ii lui;
: George Hxiffgin&' Agonay, <?
. ,1 i?ir?JiflO ats ski .?> T pwtcft? .'" 'i.' M
EslallULed itt Columbia, & ?..H1. J?. ??$41H ' \
.1.1 JJtO' ! ? lo .vh?K?Ml.J // . ,
:i i! ::T<M .. 7- ? UT.-r-i
rTiBTB fbliqwing companies have' .competid
tvitB tb? Ittrs of tho ?tate, of ftontbOaro
liua? ?od han> boen dolf licensed by tho Co inp?
trpUer.-Qenoral of, tho r?tato, and by city oj
Columbia, for tho prceon'. year, representing a
. CAPITA 1? OF OVKU 0,0 pO.OOO. /
/Etna Fire Inenraneo Company! Of Hartford,
Connecticut. <..:' .\' ' '.
. imperial Firo Innurauoe Company, pf Lon-,
Union Fire Insurance Company, of Bah
Franclaoo, Oalifornia. ' '.?? ". . 1 .
Pheonix Fire lnsuranco Company, ol Now
York. . M! U-.i.iA ??? >. .2S>yu
Putnam Fire Inauranco Company, ol ?Hart?
ford, Conn oct Icu I. '', . .
Manhattan Fire ItiHuranco Gom'patryyoT Kow;
York. it? ti.' t.mi l l
UEOIIOE J1UOG1F?K, Aa?nt.
Omca at Mr. Duffle's new boukatorv. oppo?
site the Columbia Hotel. May 20 itSnio
THE SOUTH CAKOIJN? ,'. , ,-'
Land and Immigration Association
TTNDER tho auBpiccs of tho "South Carolina State Agricultural and Mechanlcnl Society,"
KJ will givo a HE ll I KS OF CONCERTS, at tho Academy or Music, Charleston, B. O., com?
mencing October 1,1871, for the purpose ot raising a fnnd to enable emigrants to aettle
upon landa aelectod by tho Association for homes of Northern and European farmers and
others, in tho Statu of South Carolina, and for their transportation thither and support for
the iii Ht tear. . ? / >. i 1
REFERENCES IN SOUTH CAROLINA-General Wade Hampton, Hon. B. T. PermGover
nor 51. L. Bonham, General Johnson Ilagood, Hon. Armiatead Burt, Hon. Ja nu) a. Cheenut,
General John 8.-Preston, Hon. W. 1). Simpson, Andrew- ShnondB, Faq., Hon.G. A.Tr?nholm,
Governor J. L. Manning, Hon. J. B. Campbell.
$500,000 to bo awarded to tho ticket holders of tho series of concerts to commence oh the
first of October, 1871, at tho Academy of Music, Chark eton, S. C., on which day the drawing
100,000 Season Tickets of Admission, and no more, at $5 each.
All orders for Tickets directed to us or oar Agents, strictly confidential.. ? ( ,
All tho premiums, including Deed and Certificate of Titlo to Academy of Music, will ho de- J
posited with tho National Bank of the Republic, New' York.
$500,?fOO m GIFTS.
1st Gift, Academy of Music, Charleston, 8. A. coat to build 1230,000, having an annual rental
of about ?20.000 from Opera Honse, Stores and Halls: the building being about SSC feeiftry
CO, and situated corner of King and Market streets, in the centra of the city, and well
known to be the Quest building and most valuable property in Charleston; valued at #250,000
2d Gift- Caab. 100.000
3d Gift-Caab.;. 25,000
25 Gifts-Cash.oach 4L.000. 25.000
25 Gifts-Cash.-.each 500......12.000
350 Gifts-Cash.each 100.1... 35,000
250 Gifts-Cash.each 50.12500
500 Gifts-Cash.eaoh 35.LV;;w.'!'..V' 12.600
1,250 Gifts-Cash.?..*._each 10. .12.000
2,?04 Gifts, amount to.'.. i....$500,000
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Agents South Carolina Land and Immigration Association.
GEN. M. C. BUTLER, )
JOHN CHADWICK, ESQ., \ Charlealon, 8. C.
GEN. M. W.GARY,
COMMISSIONERS AXl) SUPERVISORS OF DRAWING: . .
General A. R. Wright, of Georgia. Colonel B. H. Rutledge, of South Carolina.
General Bradley T. Johnson, of Virginia. Hon. Roger A. Trvor, of New York.
Juuo C .. lmot
HEIGHT AND PMSHKM Lilli.
CHARLESTON, S. O.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PML?DELPIM, NEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND IffANTTFACTTTRINCr CITIES.
THREE TIMES S|8j??rtf^T?'./\X\~?1?#T A WEEK.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
ELEGANT STATE-ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hours Shorter via Charleston.
TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 It A I.MS MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting Roads West, In alliance willi the fleet of thirteen first claaa Steamships to
tho above ports, invite attention to thc quick timo and regular despatch afforded to the
business publie in tho Colton States at the
POUT OF G ll A II L E 8 T O K ,
Offering facilities of rail and cea tramporlation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in
excellence and capacity at any otlur port. Tho following splendid Ocean Steamers aro rc
Ku'arly on thc line:
** 1 TO KEW YORK.
M S. Woodhull, Commander. H. Crowell. Commander.
CHAMPION, SOUUH CAROLINA,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander. T. J. Beckett, Commander.
CHARLESTON, , CLYDE.
Janus Berry, Commander. J. Kennedy, Commander.
JAMES A DOER, ASHLAND,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander. - Ingram, Commander.
JAMES ALGER &. CO., WAGNER. HUGER ,fc CO.,
Agents, Charleaton, S. C. WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agents, Charleston, S. O.
VIRGINIA. EUP/TO "
Alex. Hunter, Commander. C. Hinckley. Commander.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
T <? UALTINORB.
Ll aiiiio. Commander. J olin BOD, Commander.
SEA GULL, ? ... ? ? -,
Dutton, Commander. Sailing Days-Evory Fifth Dav.
PAULO. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleaton, 8. C.*
Bates gnat ant* od aa low aa those of competing lines. Marino Insurance, one-half of ono
THrlOUGK BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can be had at all thc piiticipal Railroad Offices' in Georgia, Alabama, Tennceeoo and Missis
'''sita'to Booma may be recured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
tho steamFihips in Charleaton, at whoso offices ir. all oaBos the Railroad Tickets should be
exchanged and Berths assigned. Ibo Through Tickds by this ronto ludada Transfers,
Meals lind Stato Room, whilo on shipboard. " ^9
The South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, and their connecting Unca, have largely
increased their facilities for tho rapid movement of Freight and Passengers between the
Northern cities and the South and West. Comfortable Nicht Cars, with the Holmes Chair,
without oxtra ohargo, have been introduced on tho South Carolina Railroad. First class
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On tho Georgia Railroad first class Sleeping Cars.
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to day and night trains of the South Carolina
Railroad. Gloso connection made with other Roads, delivering Freights st distant points
with groat promptness. The managers will uso every exertion to satisfy their patrons that
tho lino via Charleaton oannot bo surpassed in despatch and the safe delivery of gonds.
For further information, apply te J M. SXLHIRK, Sunt rinttndent, Charleston, S.O.; B. D.
? HAREM,, Oenoral Agont, r. O. Box 4 079; Office 317 Broadway, N. Y.: 8. B. PICKKWS, General
l Passenger and Ticket Agent, South Carolina Railroad. ALFMBD !.. T?LBR,
I June20 ttimo Vice-Presid?nt Bcuth Carolina Bailroad, Charletton, 8. C.
SOUTH OjVKWariCXTUOID COMPAHT,
0&r:tj*r??,*i>&.]'r?no 9, 1871.
Louve1 CalnmbI* -?ie/v.;T?.,.. ? |/.?/?. .1.7.?I?tn
Arrivo?tiObwrleatop?tkiw? t?* . -.-. ; xa SiW p<m
i rr?Vo at CoTo?pJa a^.,.,., ,830 n m
J. ::7T > tn Al N, ij[?lbaaTB^?iolB?f fe?.fi "'.' WX
Leave Oolnmbiata.UkJ/iUivviC*..A i. V:??0 p-j?
f5tft?X*. ?^Vjeetpn af. ." K, ?| ,... j ?j.. MM^Mn
Leave .Charleston ?U^,;.r........... ,7?1Q bxni
Arrive at CxjlriinbW'at?; ...... ;.. l'.fcOO? j? ?
Camdon Accommodai i?tf ' Train" Vn?l "ctW:
tinno to run toCfot?nrbuV.'M luraiorly- Mon-1
s', a; rajtkeffle^
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta. R.-R.>
ni B??'IiBIN'fpSDEL?i'FS OJjffLOB,. <
S^^^^?? nett? ?tthTnW..' tho fol -1
lowing schedtiietfili ber en over' tWtfTOS/ck1 '1
int* <?ditTO>aoctiz.'-. . !? (T.u
? . . .. ..;T?*?6'?x5i Sti|j.7?*(tt.??(*ja?::
Leave Augusta.8 25 A. M. . > ,6.00-P. M..
Leave Columbia.8 O? ?.M. . ILOQP, 2.
Arrive Oharldtte?.1' .-.2.? PVM.; . Kff/A. 5.
. . " nonra-aouTO-*-' r u. ft t!;nc-ri
Leave Charlotte.TiMA'AfioH 18.00 PvHi '
Leave aolumbia.i..,,2^.P.^f.^. ,2.254,1?.
AMve AuRuat?.7.OT P.-M, . 5-???*H,
Wp. 1 Train dalry. ?ti: 2 Train''?>uy,fluh^
days excepted.- Both- trsiha malro cloie 6ttt>'J
nection to all pointa Nor tb, Booth ^and Weat. 1
No.. 1 Train makes .cjqao conuecyon at Ri?h
TbroUg age c???ti?tf J
to all principalno?nte.'' ? i;1J
Htandard Time-Wanhin?tan City. Timo, -r.
E. P. ALF^ANPBB, General Sup. . i
E. R. Donen, a OD er tl Freight and Ticket,
Agent/ '? *.>?> . j ; -JntieiO
Greenville aod Colojahia, Railroad, ? j
. " ' . . COLUMBIA. ?. C.', MABCII X, 1871.,.,.J
? fcfeaaa TnaaaKBP ,PJC? and after thia .
'flWfHjiWSSS^c?EdMe, the ioUowlba
schedule will ho mn daily, "Sundays excepted,
oonneoting with Night Trains on Konth Caro?
lina Railroad up and: dowe;? olao with Trains
going North and youth on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Ba^joa^ \. .?,". - . m?
Leave' Columbia at.. ..;. Av...... i Ci ' 7.00 a. vs j1
I! Alston................9.10 ai nj'
Nowborry. ll.1&O..TO. :
?' Cokesbury..8.00 p.m.
?. Belton......1. .H...f...ipwj?;n>.
ArrlVe at Groonvillo................ G.S?p.in.
Leave Oroonviilp at..... ????. 0,15 a. mi.
? " Belton.....J-8.05 a, m.
. Cokesbury:... .T.... :'..:....10.07aVm.,
M Abbeville.8 15 a. mi
" Nowborry.. . .V........1.?0 p. m.
" Alston.,, 4.05 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.......;. 5.65p.-mi
THOSi DODAMEAD, Qeneral Bop. I rj
M,. T. BAT?TLSTT, Oaseral Ti?iiQt Agent.. : _.t j .
8chetiule on Blt^o Riflge Ruilroad. ;
HM?BBBHin LeaVO'Atad?rBon?. . ... -4.20 P? M. *
fflgwra Pendleton, t J-..;:0.20 '*
irw^^^. '.-?i Perryv?l?...J..8.00 CV,i I
Arrive at Walhalla...,,.....,,7,00.
Leavo Walh all a.*.3.80 A. M
" Perryville...^,,.....,.4.15 ..
?' Pendleton,;. .V."..5.80 "
I Arrive at Anderson......... ..... .C15 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour fox. the arrival
I of np train on Greenvale and Columbia Road.
Jnly 31 W. H: D'. QATLTiAltp, Bop,1
Sh^mer Schedule .???.?>' R. R.. i
, To ?on\n\enee Wlhj?fqtt, 1871.
rxgm?mi DOWN TWAIN.. . TIP TRAIN.
IW AfHv?. Le?v?; '^Arrive. Leave.
Bp?rtanb?rg. ? 5 SO'' h- 6^5
BateBvUle. 0.00 G OO i til 4^3
Pacolet. - G i b G. ja - 4?40 .4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 G 48 4.05 .4,10
Unionville. 7 25 7.50' 3.05 3.25
Santnc. 8 20 8 25' - 2 30 2.85
Fish Dam. 8.40 8 45 2.10 2.15
8 li el ton.,O.J5 9 20 , .1.85 1.40
Ly lea? Ford... 9.40. 9 45,. 1.12 LIT
Strothor..10 05 10.10 12.50 12.65
Alston. 11.00 12.00
Mav24 THOS. B. JETER, President. .
Change of- Schedule. .
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA Bl B..?P-.
CQ??>A?v'BHcn?8, N. 0.,r June 8.1671.
bo mn over thisj?oad in accordance with tho .
following TIME TABLE." ;
Traine Going East. 1 r Trains West;
.?pre?*.. . Jftiff. -
Alt DIVE. 1?AVC . AnillVE. l^KAVE. T
; Charlotte - 5.85 am - 8.10 p rn
I Salisbury 8.03 a m "8 23 a m 5.26 pm 5 80 p ru
Gr'nsb'oll 084mil.l3am 8.25pm 8.85 pin
i CoShopl2 40 pm 1.05pm '9.56p-m 10; 18p m
n?lab'ro2.28pm 2^3pm 1183 pm.ll 37pm
Raleigh 5.06 pm-- . 2.05 a nv 2.4Q ft m .
Cold abor o 7-20 am
Trains Going Eaet. Trains Weat.
Charlotte7.15am ! 8 00pm
8alisb'ry 4.32 a m 4.37 am 515 pm 6.26 pm'
Gr'nsb'o 1.25 a m 1.35 am 2.10 pm 2.20 p ru,
Co Shop ll 37 pm 12.02 am 12.30 pm 12 50 pm
BillsbrolO.07 pm 10.09am 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Raleigh 6.58 pm 7 40 am 8.45 am
Goldsb'o 3.00 pro
Jone 6_W. H. GRBKN. Mae, Trana.
Thief Proof Drawers.
THE undersigned have received the Agency
of these DRAWERS. Th*v are the one
thing needful for the pro-r r\\ir> *k
tection af every store am A,LDW| /\/^ H
shop in Columbia, af- ' ^MPfloVEO I
fording a sure pr ot ec- T . _ . . ' H
lion from tho ligbt-fln- HU LOCK5 URAWERH
f;crcd gentry. For salt -. W
ow, by FAIRBANKS et CO., L
JOHN AGNEW A SON. AQ?KTS, B
252 Broadway, N.Y. |ij
NO FIRK ?Steto V?l-Vw'ASMtWCl.
WARFIELD'S #ijffiM0&$ SOAP.'
THIS SOAP .washesporfe?fly in cold water,"
soft, hKrd pr salt..'It remoVos grease,
oil and paint from'garments. 'Tt wa ehe* all;
kinda of ROO cl a-cotton, flannel j silk or woolen.'.
It oleanaea silver, plated ware and jewelry
without a era tching. If j tho articles are much
tarnished, rub them with'a piece of flannel
which has plenty of the 3oap ort it. To peoplo
who do their own washing, it is invaluable.
It will save ita coat in one washing. For sale,
in boxes of thirty-six bars, by
April 0_Agent for Sontp Carolina.
5OASES James Henneeay's <fc Brandenburg
Freres BRANDIES, imported direct, and
oflored pure and unadulterated. These com?
prise vintages or 1835, 1858, I860 and 1863.
Stock of Hooke. Clarets and White Wines in?
clude some of tue most famous brande as well
aa sound foto priced goods. For salo by
March 25_GEO. BYsTMERR.
>^VLD BANK im.LS ?nd MUTILATED.
VJ CKBItKNCT bought and sold by
Nov 28 6mo_D. OAMt'RILL. Broker.
Blackwells genuine Durham Smoking To?
bacco at POLLOCK'S.