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for the first and 60 cents each subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by tho Week, ,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
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Meekly, 1 ?0.
My Motlier'* Wrinkle!.
BY IDA WHIFFLE DENHAM,
The angele folded them down, I know,
Tenderlv down, when none could noe,
With a sweet thought's weight to keep them
May be a thought of mo.
A thought of mo, and a throbbing thought,
Crossing the daisies' snowy sea
To the silent temples, flower-fraught,
Cudor tho cypress tree.
For often tho solemn feet havo trod
Noiselessly and chill, beside her hearth,
Bearing a message down from God,
Bearing a soul from earth.
In tho long, fitill nights when others slopt,
Weeping haB kept her lips apart,
Till the tender, happy pain has crept
Out of her weary heart.
Into her forehead's white, and there
The loving fingers that always wait
On grief, enfolded it, soft and fair,
Into these wrinkles straight.
The saints, who stand in a holy place,
Meekly, joyous, have felt. I know,
Over tho page of an earth-born faco
Tho sorrowful record grow.
And, looking back to tho dim earth days,
Haply the righteous one can seo
In the grief-fraught lines, tho hallowed rays
Of an aureola to bo.
0, saintly mother, I sit apart
And r?veront every feature trace,
Beading the story of thy heart
lu the wrinkles on thy face.
The angele folded them softly down
With fingers of love that noue might eco,
Fold by fold with another crown
In the world of bliss for thee.
NEW LOXDOX, AuguBt, 1871.
'A GHOST STOBT.-Lord Brougham
tells a ghost story with a touch of the ]
"Ou all such subjects my father was
very sceptical. He was fond of telling a
story in which he had been an actor,
and, as he used to say, in which, his un?
believing obstinacy had been the means
of demolishing what would have made a
very pretty ghost story. He h?d been
dining in Dean's Yard, Westminster,
with a party of young men, one of whom
was his intimate friend, Mr. Calmel.
There was some talk about the death of
a Mrs. Nightingale, who had recently
died under some molancholy circum?
stances, and had been buried in tho Ab?
bey. Some one offered to bet that no
one of those present would go down
into the grave and drive a nail into the
coffin. Calmel accepted the wager, only
stipulating that he might have a lantern.
He was accordingly led into the cathe?
dral by a door out of the cloisters, and
there left to himself. The dinnerparty,
after waiting an hour or more for Cal?
mel, began to think something muat|
have happened to him, and that he
ought to be looked after; so my father
and two or three more got a light and
went to the grave, at the bottom of
which lay the apparently dead body of
Mr. Calmel. He was quickly trans?
ported to the prebend's dining-room,
and recovered oat of his fainting fit. As
soon as he oould find his tongue, he
said, 'Well, I have won my wager, and
you'll find the nail in the coffin; bat, by
Jove! the lady rose up, laid hold of me,
and pulled me down before I could
fiuramble ont of the grave.' Calmel
stuok to his story, in spite of all the
scoffing of his friends; and the ghost of
Mrs. Nightingale would have been ell
over the town but for my father's obsti?
nate incredulity. Nothing would satisfy
him bat an ooular inspection of the
grave and coffin; and so, getting a light,
he and some of the party returned to
the grave. There, Bure enough, was tho
nail, well drive a into the coffin; but hard
fixed bv it was a bit of Mr. Calmel's
coat-tail! So there was an end of Mrs.
. Nightingale's ghost. This grave after?
wards became remarkable for a very i
beautiful piece of eco lp turo by some]
celebrated artist, representing Mr. Night?
ingale vainly attempting to ward from
his dying wife the dart of death."
There is nothing like a wife to bring
a man to his senses. It is related of one
in Illinois that recently he waa sent
home from the State Asylum for the In?
sane as incurably mad. On arriving, he 1
first eaw bis daughters, and Baid, "Well,
girls, yon are keeping house alone, are
Sou?" His wife entered the room and
e started as from a dream, throwing'
both hands to his head and exclaiming,
..Jane, I thought you were dead; is it
indeed you?" The shock did for him
what medical aid had not done. He re?
covered his reason entirely and thus far
American Club Fish.
?ST?S?^5?5 A DELICIOUS relish; bettor
and much cheaper than Sardines. For salo
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
?IS once more opeu to tho public, under
the superintendence of Mr. It. BAltltY.
The reputation of the house will be kept
THE EXCHANGE HOUSE.
mRIS well-known establishment is in full
JL blast, and keeps up its reputation for tho
best of everything ii) tho lino of WET GOODS.
They carry ont tho motto of "Good articles
or none." PAY8INGER & FRANKLIN,
DON'T contain Strychnine. It is pure, and
warranted to be so. March ll
OLD BANK BILLS ?nd MUTILATED
CURRENCY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Gmo D. GAM BRILL. Broker.
?ale low. by. " " E.HOPE,
Tho Great Medical Discovery !
Dr- WALKEB'8 ?AXIFOBNIA
1 . ? i nu nd re (ls of Thousands g? ?
"'s rf Bcur II atina o ii y to their womlerful'S &1 j
?J2 Curativo Effects. |? p
til WHAT ARE THEY? ?fl
111 / A^^M \ I tl
tss ; 'imWiiniiW liilrB ' ESK* tr-K .
fea V?F^S?SBBF SS6
Sgl TnET ARE NOT A VILE Ogvjj
^f?F AN C Y- DR INK,III j
atado of Poor Hum, Whiskey, Proof Spir?
its, and Rofuso Liquors, doctoral, spiced,
and sweetened to piensa t ho taste, called "T?nica"
Appetizers," *4 lleslorers," &c, thnt lem! tho
tippler ou to drunkenness aud ruin, but aro a t ruo
Medicine, niudo l i om tho Nativo Knuts and
Horbs of California, fros from all Alcoholic
Stimulants. They am tho GREAT BLOOD)
PURIFIER arid LIFE GIVING PRIN?
CIPLE, a perfect Kenovator and invigorator
ot the System, canyingoll lUl poisonous mutter, I
mid restoring tho blood to a heidi hy condition. I
No person can. tako theso Bitter?, UMJIJIH;; to
directions, and remain long unwell.
SHOO will bo given foran incurable caso, pro. I
ne; tho hones uro not destroyed hy mineral
poisons or other means, nnd tho vilul 01 j.nuf
wasted huyond tho point of repair.
For InRamm atory and O h r oni o Rh o u
matiam, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi- I
portion, Bilious, Hom i tte nt. and In tor
mitt?nt Foyers, Disonaos of tho Blood,
Livor, Kidneys, and Bladder, those Bit
tors have been most successful. Such Dis
oasos aro caused by Vitiated Blood, whic h I
is generally produced by d?roulement of tho
Ttiey invigorate tho stomach, and st ?mulato I
tho torpid liver and bowels, which render thuin I
of unequalled efficacy in cleansing tho blood of 1
nil impurities, and imparting now lifo and vigor I
to tho wholu system. I
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness ?if tho I
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, lind Taste in I
tho Mouth, llidtouB Attacks, Palpitation of tho I
Heart, Copious Discharges of Urine, Pain in I
tho regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other
painful (symptoms which nro Ilia offspring* of
Dyspepsia, aro cured by thoso Bitter?.
Cleanse tho Vitiated Blood, whenever you find I
it? impurities bursting through tho skin iii Pim- I
files. Eruptions, or Sores: cloanso it when it ia I
oui, and your feelings will tell you when. Koop 1
tho blood pure and tho health ol tho system will I
PIN, TAPE, and other WOP.MS, lurking In
tho system of so many thousands, aro elfoctuaUy I
destroyed and removed.
For full directions, TC wi carefully ?10 circular
around each bottle, printed in four languages
English, Oerman, French, and Spanish. I
J. WALKKIt, 32 6c. 34 Comtnerco Stroot, N. Y. 1
Trorrictor. R. H. MCDONALD & CO.,
"Druggists nnd General Agents. I
Ban PranelTO, California, and 32 and 34 Com?
merce Street, N. Y. I
K?T-SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND
DEALEltS. " ;
D28||P??ly. GEIGER & MoQREOOlt. Agts.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
.-. ? .
INTEREST ALLO WED A T TUE HATE Ot
SEVEN PEU CENT. PEU ANNUM.
ON ?EH TJFJVA 'J ES OF DEPOS1T,
AND SIX PEU VENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MO N TUS ONA COO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer. ( vicB.PrA?idt?it?
John P. Thomas,, Vice 1 r?"?a?n?.
A. G. Brcnizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, Assistant Cashier, i
ch argo of Branches. ?
John O. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. G. HaB
koll, F. W. McMastcr, John P. Thomas. E. H.
Heinitsh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newborry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
DanielRavenel, Jr.. Charleston.
Meohanios, Laborera, Clerks, Widows, Or?
fillans and others may here deposit their sav*
ngs and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustee*
wiehing to draw interest on their funds nntil
they roquire them for business or other pur*
poses; Parents desiring to aet apart small
nun H for their children, and Married Women I
and Minore (whose deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in ease of death, by
their legal ropreeentativea,) wiehing to lay
aside funds for future ase. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho same time, be subject to withdrawalwhen
needed._ AUB 18
tiUTIAL NATIONAL BANK
COLUMBIA. 8. C.
Present Capital. $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 9500.000.
John B. Palmer, President.
A. G. Breuizer, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assiatant Cashier.
J. Eli Oregg, John B. Palmor, F. W. McMae
ter, R. D. Benn, of R. D. Seun A Son; G. vY.
Boardou, of Copeland<i Beardeu; ILL. Bryan,
of Bryan & MoCarter; W. C. Bwafileld, of R.
?fc W. O. Swaffield.
F. W. McMaeter, Solicitor.
THI8 Bank ie now open for tho transaction
of a general banking business.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT of currency or
coin, bearing interest at the rate of seven (7)
per oent. per annum, in kind, will be issued.
Deposits from County Officers especially so?
licited; also, from Trustees, Administrator?,
Executors, Professional Men, and ot bert.
Particular attention given to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and tho usual accommodations ox
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Silver bought and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
Sight Drafts drawn direct on all tho promi?
nent placea in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient? Letters of Credit issued,
f ayablo in any of the abovo places
Drafts on all the prominent citios in the
United States bought and sold.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 8. Feb 28 ly
-. I V
The Universal Ufe Insurance Company,
..'CO LIBERTY STREET, NEWYORK,
Tho Original Stock Lifo Insurance Company of the United States.
[i WILLIAM WA Lit KU, I'rcil.Unt. I
HENRY J. .FURBER, Vico-Frcaident. | JOHN H. BEWLEY, Heorotary.
GEORGE L;.MONTAGUE, Actuary. E. W. LAMBERT. M. D., Medical Examiner.
THIS COMPANY oflor? thc following important advantages to thoeo about effecting insur?
ance on their lives:
1. Iusuraucu at Stock Ralos, heing from 20 td 30 per cent. less thun the rates charged by
2. Each Policy-holder is regarded as a Stockholder to tho extent of ono Annual Premium
on his Policy, and will sharo in tho Pi oh ts of I ho Com puny to the samo extent us iv Stock?
holder owning an equal amount of tho Capital (Stock.
3. Every Policy issueu by the Company is non-rorfeitablo, aud contains a telauso etat mg its
exact Surrender Value.
Before insuring your lifo or nccopting tho agency of any company, .
A lengthened experience has demonstrated thal tho. rates of premium ordinarily charged
by lifo insurance companies are from twenty-five to thirty per cent, in excess of what aro ne?
cessary for a safo aud legitimate conduct of tho business. In other words, carefully and
prudently-managed companies charging "mutual" rates have buen able to return to their
policy-holders from 25 to 80 per cent, of tho amount charged for premiums. When lifo iii
suiaucocompanies wero first organized, the. reliability of tho data upon which thc premiums
were constructed had not uudergouu tho teat of experience, lt was thought, therefore, no
moro than common prndenco to adopt a pealo of premiums which would, in any event, meet
all tho presumed and unforeseen contingencies of tho business. As long as tho matter was
involved in somo doubt, it was better to lix tho rate too high than to incur the rick of mak?
ing it too low; becauso, in tho former casu, tho error could bo easily remedied, at least in
part, by returning to the policy-holders, at certain intervals, such portion of the premium
charged as was found necessary for tho purposes of tho business and tho completo security
of tho company. Experience, however, having tatiatactoi Hy demonstrated that thctc rates
aro excessivo, what possiblo excuse can lhere bu for maintaining Hum?
Availing themselves of this experience, tho Directors and Managers of the Universal Life
Insurance Company, at its organization, adopted a scale of premiums in accordance there?
with, and which has provea to ho fair and adequate, and all that was necessary to meet the 1
requirements of tho business. Theso premiums aro about tweuty-ftvo per cciit. lower than
those cbargo by mutual compnneis. It also appeared, inasmuch as tho rates so established
wero as near as could possibly bo determined fuir rules, and not in excess of what insurance
lins previously cost tho policy-holders in mutual companies, that any profilB arising from
prudent management justly and properly hclonged to the stockholders of the company, for
tho risk incurred by them in undertaking tho business.
Experience has shown that there aro sources of profit in thc practice of the business which
theory will not admit of heing considered UH elements in the calculation of (he premiums.
Thcoo results form a saving in the mortality of tho members of ii company owing to the me?
dical selection of good lives, a gain m interest on Ibo investments of the company over that1
assumed in the calculation of its premiums, the profils derivable from ibo lapsing and Bur
render^f polioies by the members, and from other minor souices. Profits from these sources,
in a company possessed of a capita' of $200,0(10, and doing a fair amount of business, would
give to the stockholders dividends largely in excess of what wero collided on by tho Directors |
of tho Universal at tho timo of its organization. They have, therefore, determined to divide
among tho policy-holders of the company a largo part of tho profits accruing from tho
sources named, all of which have herotofore been divided among tho stockholders. The plau
adopted for such divinion is as follows: Every porsou who muy herealter insure with tho Uni?
versal will, for tho purposes of division, bo treated as a stockholder to tho extent of (?nc an?
nual premium upon his policy; and will share in the profits of the 'company to precisely tho
samo extent as a stockholder owning an equal amount of tho capital stock. By this system
of insurance, original with tho Universal, tho policy-holder secures the following important
1. Insurance at tho regular "stock" rates, reejuiring a primary outlay of about twenty to
thirty per ceut. less than that charged by mutual companies, and which is equivalent toa
yearly "dividend" paid in advance of that amount on mutual rate?, 'ihis low cost of insur?
ance is worthy of attention. Sinco its organization, this company has received in premiums
from its policy-holdere tho Bum of $1,617,000. To effect tho same amount of insurance in a
mutual company would have cost them an initial outlay of $2 COO.000. By allowing RB policv
holdcrB to retain, in their own possession, this excess of $483,000, tho Universal has virtually
paid them a "dividend" of $483,000. and paid lt, too, in ailvanco, instead of at tho end of one
or more years, lt is impossible to find any example cf a mutual company furnishing insur?
ance at so low a cost by roturning to policy-holders an equal amount upon similar receipts.
2. Participation in tho legitimate profits of the company, upon a plan which secures to tho
policy-holders tho same treatment which directors and stockholders award to themselves.
This system of participation, in connection with tho low "stock" rates of premiums, must
necessarily secure to tho policy-holders every possiblo advantage to bo derived from prudont
and oareful management.
The low rates of premium compel economy, and, independent of participation, guarantee
to the policy-holder his insurance at a ralo which is not in excess of tho cost in well managed
mutual companies; whilo, by tho proposed plan of participation in what may be considered
the legitimate profits of tho business, tho cost will ho still further diminished. Thus by the
combined advantages arising from low stock rate and participation in the profits, it is confi?
dently believed that tho Universal Lifo Insurance Company offers insurance al its lowest
practicable cost. . I
Those of the existing policy-holders who desire tn participate in the profits under tho new
plan can do so by making application to tho head office, or to any agents of tho company.
Tho company is in a sound financial condition. Ratio of assets to liabilities 130 to 100.
Good reliable agents wanted, who will deal direct with the New York ellice, and to whom
full general agents' commissions will bo paid.
M. W. GARY and M. C. BUTLER,
State Superintendents of Agencies.
Office ou Richardson street, opposite Columbia Hotel, Columbia, S. C. S?pt 0
Real Estate and United States Gold Bonds
Will positively be distributed hy RAFFLE on tho 22d of November, 1371, in public, in tho
city of Charleston, at 10 o'clock A. M.. by
THE CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION,
For the Benefit of the Free School Fund,
Chartered hy the Legislature of South Carolina at its last session, and approved March 8,1871.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS FEB. SHARE!
THE RAFFLE will positively tako place on WEDNESDAY, the 22d day of November, 1871,
in public, in tho city of Charleston, at 10 o'clock A. M.
All the Property, real and pomonal, mentioned below must bo Distributed in tho Award,
and a valid deed of each picoo of Roal Estate, free from all inoumbranceu, given. Tho Per?
sonal Property and United States Gold Bonds will bo delivered immediately after the Refile.
Each and every Certificate has Thrco separate aud distinct Numbers in figures, and the
words of each figure written thereon, ann are all combined with each other from Nos. 1 to
78 promiscuously. All the Certificates of Shares lBaued by the Company, with their numbors,
are registered in their books.
SCHEDULE OK AWARDS.
That Certificate of Share having on it tho 1st, 2d and Sd numbers obtained on the
Baffin will he entitled to the award oftbat first class Three-Story Warehouse, situ?
ate on Meeting street, No. 147, Charleston, 8. C., (opposite thc Charleston Botel,)
being 38 fcot front by about 240 deon, freo from all iucumhrancea, and valued at. .$35,000
That Certificate of Share having on it tue 4th, 5th and 0th numbors obtained on the
Ra filo will bo entitled to the award of that first class Three-Story Warehouse, No.
145 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C., freo from all incumbrances, valued at.?30.000
That Certificate of Share having on it tho 7th, 8th and 0th numbers obtained on the
Raffle will be entitled to tho award of that first class Throe-Story Warehouse, No.
143 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C., free from all iucumbrances, valued at.$27,500
That Certificate nf Share having on it the 10th, 11th and 12th uumberu obtained on
the Raino will be entitled to tho award of that Throe-Story Warehouse, No. 141
Meeting street. Charleston, H. C., free from all iucumbrances, valued at. $25,000
The above Four Warehouses are opposite the Charleston Hotel, and are thu most valuable
property in Charleston.
That Certificate of Share having on it the 2d, 3d and 4th numbers obtained on the
Raffle will be entitled to an award of that fine piece of property, situate on Broad
street, Charleston, S.O., and known as tho "Mausioa House," tree from all incum?
brances, valued at.$20,000
That Certificate of Share having on it the ad, 4th and 5th numbers obtained on the
Raffia will be entitled to an award ot that fino Two-Stoiy Dwelling, situate on
Gadsden and and Lumber streets, Columbia, S. C , with all tho out-buildings and
improvements, with about half antere of ground thereto, valued at.$10,000
That Certificate of Share having on it lue 5tb, Cth and 7 th numbers obtained on tho
llafile will ho entitled to an award of that fine Cotton Plantation, containing
about 1,800 acres, one-third cleared, and heavily timbered, eituato in the County
of Darlington, S. C., on the Gnat Pct, Deo River, freo from iucumbrances,
That Certificate of Share having on it the Otb, 7th and 8th numbers obtained on the
Ra file will be entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds (new issue) of the
That Certificate of Share having on it the 8th, 0th and 10th numbers obtained on tho
Raffle will bo entitled to au award of United States Gold Bonds (new issue) of tho
value of. .$2,000
That Certificate of Sharo having on it the 9th, 10th and 11th numbers obtained on tho
Raffle will ho entitled to au award of United Stutt-s Gold Bends of the value of.... $1,000
Those Forty Certificates of SharsB having on them following numbers obtained on Raffie:
2d 3d fit h 2d 4th ?th 4th 5th 7th 5th fith 0th fith 7tL 12th 9th 10th 12th
2d 3d 7th 2d 4th 7th 4th 6th 8th fith (Rh 10th 7th 8th 10th 1st Sd 4th
2d 3d 8th 3d 4th 8th 4th 5th 9th 5th 6th 11th 7th Hth 11th 1st 4th 5th
2d 3d 9th 3d 4th 9th 4th 5th loth 5th fith 12th 7th 8th 12th 1st 5th fith
2d 3d 10th 3d 4th 10th 4th Cth 11th Otb 7th Otb 8th 9th 11th Int fith 7th
2d 3d 11th 3d 4th 11th 4th 5th 12th 6th TH. 10th 8lh 9th 12th 1st 7th 8th
2d 3d 12th 3d 4th 12th 6th Otb 8th fith 7th 11th
Will bo each entitled to an award in United ?tatos Gold Bonds of the value of. $500
Those Forty Certificates nf Shares having on them following numbers obtained on raffie:
1st Afb 9th 2d Otb 10th Sd 11th 12th 5th 8th 9th 7th 9th 10th
1st 9th 10th 2d 10th Utb llb Cth 7th 5th 9th 10th 7th 10th 11th
lut 10th 11th 2d 11th 12th 4th 7th Rib 5th 10th 11th 7th 11th 12th
1st 11th 12th 3d 5th Cth itu 8lh Ot li 5th 11th 12lh 8th Kith 11th
2d 4th 5th 3d (?th 7th 4th Otb' lOtb 0th 8th fith Hth 11th 12ih
2d 5th (lrll lld 7th Hth 4th 10th 11th Cth 9lh 10th 9th 11th 12th
2d lith 7th 3d 8th 9th 4th 11th 12th Cth Killi 1Kb 1st 3d 5(h
2d 7th 8th 3d 9th KUli 5th 7th 8th Ol h 11th 12th lat 3d Otb
Will bo each entitled to an award of United Si ates Gold Bond* of tho value of. $250
All the other Certificates of Shares having on them any three numbers obtained on tho
Ra file, and not designated as any of thc above Coitificatts arc, will each be. enti?
tled to an award of United Stute? Rond? ol thc vallie of. $50
Awards will bo mudo only to such Certificates of Shares as have three numbers on them,
so obtained on tho Raille.
To such as desire to tako .Shares in this great Raffie and distribution of real and personal
property, tho Directors will afford every facility and satisfaction, and perfect fairness will be
exorcised throughout, and many persons may trace their future prospecta in business and
station in societv to a fortunate*snaro hoicin.
Orders, with tho money lor Certificates, may bo sent by Express, or Registered Letters, or
Post Office Orders, at tho risk of tho Association. Persons sending orders will be particular
to give their names, places of residence, County and Stuto, which will bo entered in the books
of tho Company, and immediately upon the Raille taking placo tho official raffled numbers
will be forwarded to each correspondent.
Tho Rafllo will positively take place on tho day named, and every award of thoproperfy and
Gold Bonds must be made to the holders ot thu Certifie? tes.
Addrtas rill orders to !*. T. LEVIN, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
Chango of Schedule., - r-Jr
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA ?C. AVODRTA R. R. CO.,
WI LUINUTON, N. O.,AuuUbT (J, 1871.
Bm?so?$?$ '.cb."uuio at
bu run by trains on this road:
LIA V EXPRESS THAIS [DAILY.)
LoaTO Wilmington (.Union Depot j 3.50 A. M.
Arrivo at Florence. 9.18 A.M.
Arrive at Kingsville.12.20 1?. M.
Leavo Kingsville. 9.10 A. M.
Arrivo at Florence.12 OH P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 6 30 P. M.
NIUHT EXPRESS THAIN, [DAILY,] BURDA Y !S
Loavo Wilmington. 7.10 P.M.
Arrivo at Florence. 1.84 A. M.
Arrivo ut Kingsville. H.45 A. M.
Leave Kingsville. 8.45 P. M.
Arrivo at Florence. 11.00 P.M.
Arrivo at Wilmington. 5.C0 A. M.
Aug 9 JOHN C. WINDER, Oon'l Bap't.
Charlotte. Columbia and Angosta R. R
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 4. 1871.
tBRmkZSBSRB????R GN anti after SUNDA*
ISH next, ?th i nat., tbe follow
mg schedule will bu run over this road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leavo Augusta.3.25 A. M. 0.00 P. M.
Leavo Columbia.8.09 A. M. 11.00 P. M.
Arrivo Charlotte.2.15 T. M. 5.20 A. M.
Leavo Charlotte.7.40 A.M. 8.15 P.M.
Leave Columbia.1.57 P. M. 2.80 A. M.
Arrive Augusta.?.50 P. M. 7.30 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Bun
days excepted. Both trains make cloeo con?
nection to all points North, Sonth and Weat.
No, 1 Train makes close connection ut Rich"
i mond for Virginia Springs.
Through tickets sold and baggage checked
to all principal points. Standard time-Wash?
ington Citv time, 16 minut?e faster than this
city. E*. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent
~ Change of Schedule.
Socrn CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. G., Juno 9, 1871.
BS?^?aWCTffiSflBjWP Chango of Bchcdulo
WgWW ?frajHWrgp to go iulo tUcct on
and alter Sunday, 11th instant:
MAIL AND PASSES UER TRAIN.
Leavo Columbia at.7.40 am
Arrivo at Charleston at.3.20 p m
Leavo CharlcBtonat.8.2? a m
? ni ve at Columbia at.S.40 p m
NIGUT EXPRESS, FKEIOI1T ASD ACCOMMODATION
TRAIN, [Sunday8 excepted.]
Leavo Columbia at.7.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.6.45 a in
Leavo Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.COO a m
Camden Accommodation Train will con?
tinue to run to Columbia as tonner)y-Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
S. B. PICKINS, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Manen 1,1871.
firffSSiSeSBBEr!39B?dato, tho followinp;
schedule will be run daily, Sundays excepted?
connecting with Night Trains on South Caro?
lins Railroad up and down; also with Trains
going North and South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:
Leave Columbia at.7.00 a.m.
" Alston. 9.10 a. m.
" Newberry.ll.15 a. tn.
" Cokoebury. 8.00 p.m.
V Belton. .5.00rp. m.
Arrivo at Greenville. 6.30 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 6.15 a, m.
" Belton.8.05 a. m.
" Cokcsbury.10.07 a.m.
" Abbeville. 8.15 a. m.
11 Newberry. 1.50 p.m.
" Alaton..". 4.05p.m.
Arrive at Columbia. 5.55 p. m.
TIIOS. DO?AMEAD, General Sup.
M. T. BARTLETT, Oeneral Ticket Agent.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.fa
i mnuuuaan Leavo Anderson.COO P.M.
IS5?MB?&1 " Pendleton.7.00 . ?
- ?? Perryv?le.7.45 .?
Arrive at Walhalla.8.30 ff
Leave Walhalla.3.45 A. M
" Pendleton.6.30 '?
Arrive at Anderson.0.30 "
Wailing at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of np train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
Joly 2_W. H. D. GAILLARD. 8np,
Summer Schedule S. & V. R. R.,
2b Commence 29th May, 1871.
nrnrrsn^ DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
?.H?^SSe* Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
8partanburg.. 5.80 5.25
Bateeville. 6.00 6.00 4.?3 4.53
Pacolet. 6 08 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 (5.48 4.05 4.10
Unionvillo. 7.25 7.50 3.05 8.25
Santuo. 8.20 8.25 2.30 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.16
Shelton. 9.15 9.20 1.35 1.40
Lylos* Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.50 12.55
May ?4 THOB. B. JETER, President.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. B. CO.,
COMPANYSnors. N. C., June 3.1871.
Eto im ON AND FTFTER SUNDAY,
mStmt^a^SB*Jane 4, 1871, TRAINS will,
bo ruu over thia Road in accordance with the
following TIME TABLE.
Trains Going East. Traine Weat.
ARRIVE. LE AVK. ABB1VE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5.35 a m 8.10 p m.
Salisbury 8.03 am 8.23am 5.26 pm 6.30 pm
Gr'nab'oll.08amll.l3am 8.26pm 8.85pm
Co8hopl2.40 pm 1.05pm 9.66 p m 10.16 p m
Hillab'ro 2.28 p m 2.83 pm 11.86 p m 11.37 p nv
Raleigh 6.05 p m 2.06 a m 2.40 a m
Goldaboro 7-20 a m
Trains Going East. Trains West.
Charlot te7.15 a m 8.00 pm
Salisb'ry 4.32 am 4.57aro 5.15 pm 5.26 pm'
Gr'nsb'o 1.25 am 1.35 am 2.10 pm 2.20 pm
I Co Shop 11.37 pm 12.02 a m 12.30 p m 12.60 p m
Il i I lnhrolO. 07 p m 10.09 am ll.07 amil.10 am
Raleigh 6.58 p m 7.40 a m 8.45 a m
Goldsb'o 3.00 pm
June ?_W. H. GREEN, Maa. Trans.
NO FIRE USED IR WASHING. ,
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
THIS SOAP washes perfectly in coldwater,
soft, hard or salt. It removes grease.,
oil and paint from garments. It washes all
kinds of goods-cotton, flannel, silk or woolen.
It cleanses silver, plated ware and jewelry
without scratching. If the articles are much
tarnished, rub them with a piece of flannel
which has plenty of tbe Soap on it. To peoplo
who do their own washing, it is invaluable.
It will savo its cont in one washing. For salo,
in boxes of thirtv-six barB, by
April 9 _Agent for South Carolina.
COTTON 8EED REFINED OIL, by the gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaass, pints and
quarts. For sale h^\_ _ E. HOPE^
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Copporas, Suit, Lime or
Alum. March ll
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old, at
FeV 21 JOH N C. SEEGERS'
Si'KC I A i. ATTENTION given to theool
lection of Commercial Paper, Interest
on Stato and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, and
Conversion of Stato Securities, bv
Nov 23 Omo P GAMBRILL, Broker.