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"Let our Just Censuje ^^^^ Attend the True Event/'
BY J. A. SELBY. ; COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30. 1871. VOL. YU-NO. 166/
.Tap . Q.OQ?.OOO.BAiiES ?jv^v?^i^e I
New" Orleans Picayurie ' lias-' been* iii
formed, by a gentleman who ii as just re?
turned from an extended, tour 'in every
Southern State East of the Mississippi
Uiver, that this i? one of the worst years ?
for cotton he has over known. lu some
places it is so stunted ono must gat down
ou his knees to pick it. The; crop alodg
the Alabama Uiver-and'ho li?is seen'tho
country on both Sides-ho pronounces
miserably poor; and his geuersl conclu?
sion is that even had thero boen no I
floods, no worms nor devastating storms i
this season, the cotton would still fall
very far below, the average yield. Ho !
estimates the coming crop at about '
2,250,000 bules. Tho Picayune's in?
formant is noithor buyer, seller nor
planter.
' In corroboration of which the Mont?
gomery Advertiser, of Friday, prints the
following lotter, written from New Or?
leans on tho 20th, by ouo of tho largest
and best known colton factors in the
United States:
The worms havo commenced work in
earnest on a large majority of the plan?
tations below Natchez, both oh the river
and hills, and a general destruction of
the crop seams inevitable. Ked Uiver
lands appoar equally unfortunate. Wo
have letters from a planter ou Red River,
some hundred miles aboyo Alexandria,
saying tbat.until tho last two weeks hid
crop WOB the best ho ever saw, but now
was without a leaf or young boll to bo
found. In view of these facts it would
seem impossible for tho crop to reach
3,000,000 bales and may full greatly short I
of that point.
?-? ? -?-.
ST. THOMAS REALLY DESTROYED.-Ha?
lifax, is' vindicated. Tho report which
first reached us from.that point, and has
since been, contradicted, of tho ruin
Caused in the Island of tit. Thotnas by
tho recent hurricane there, is at last fully
vindicated. Au official report of the
Vice-Consul of France at St. Thomas to
the French Minister of. Marino and tho
Colonies states that after a severo galo in
the morning the wind, which had dono
no great'damage, subsided about noon.
About 2 P. M. it roes .again, and at 4 P.
M. three or four violent tornadoes, io
rapid succession, swept over tho to wu,
"leveling nearly every house in the I
place and blowing to pieces many wood- |
en ones." "Twenty-two persons," Bays
the'.Vioe-Consul, "were killed and thirty
Wounded." In the harbor the damage |
was less serious, and a. pleasant incident i
which occurred deserves to be recorded.
A steamer of the Frouoh West Indian
line lying there not only rodo out the.
blow in safety, "but" was euabled to extend I
assistance to a Getman steamer in her
vicinity which had become nearly un?
manageable. Ol
BRITAIN'S OPIUM CRIME.-Thero ia au
article' by M. W. Chesson in tho Fort?
nightly Review, for September, on "The|
Opium Trade," which ought to elicit
either a conclusive reply, oran abandon?
ment of opium dealing by the English
Governme?t. It will probably do
neither. A reply must ndmit a long
series of horrible faota disgraceful to :
everybody concerned iu the trafilo, while
to give up tho East India monopoly in?
volves a surrender of a vearly revenue
of about $10,000,000, wliich Mr. Grant
Duff, the Indian Under Seoretary, lately
confessed ho could not get along without.
Imported Ales and Porter.
"1 f\?\ OA8K9" IMPORTED BCOTCH and
?UU EN?L1BU ALES.
. London and Dublin POUTER and Bremen
LAGER.
N. B.-Theao have no Coculus Indien? or
strychnine ia .their composition. Parties
preferring mich ingredients csn obtain them
pure at Dr. Roinitsh's. We would, however;
recommend a moderate nse of those drags,as
tho'"supply of undertakers in this oitv is
limited. 1 GEO. BYMMEBS.
i Macoaroni, &c.
6)r\ ?ASE3 Italian MACGARONI.
Ai " / 5 caaes Vermacelli.
' i -l oaso Tapioca.
; Sea Moss Purina, Arrow Hoot, .Vc.
AH.froah; ? GEO. 8YMMKRB.
Fulton,Market Meats, &c. 1
"DICKLEP BEEF, ?"
.JP-' -Piukled Beef Hounds.
"Smoked Beef.
- Smoked Beef Tongues,
llama-oholoest brand?.
greakfast Bacon,
eoeived weekly-always fresh.
Bept29_GEO. BYMMSRB.
Fish-.
WE are sound on the FISH question.
'New MACKEREL-Boston mapee
tirm --tu kits, half barr?la and barre.a.
? Also,-"Mo8B'M?okorel." These are a tr ango
Fishr'-naviug neither heads nor taila.
Also, Codfish, Tongues and Sounds, highly '
rooomruouded by tho faculty.
For sale by , ' GEO. RYMM^ua
; . ' GIFT CONCERT
IN aid of Public Library State of Kentucky.
$650.000 in GREENBACKS to bo distri?
buted. Tickets may be obtained of
J. FISHER,
dept 2C 18 At W. C. Fisher's Drug Store.
Fresh Crackers..
JUST received, a full supply of FRESH
30DAUAUKK1*S ?I?0^VLti' cou6i?liufc' "I j
Sugar,.
Nic-Nao,
Corn Hill, ?
Jumbles,
Oinger Bnappa.
Cream, .
Lemon,
Egg and Arrow Root,
Milk,
Butter,
Lunoh Crackers, Ac.
For salo low at wholesale and retail by
Hopi '27 . . JOHN AGNEW fe SON.
For Bale,
IAnn nfiA rEET LUMRER. Par
m\JVJ* F4VJVJVJ ties can bo supplied at
roneonablo rates by applying to
Bept '2 JOHN E. GYLES, at Hope's store.
Music LosBons.
/???ffljBfaM TUE sobBoribor, who has had
^?PjP^E?H?BOveriil yeara - experience as a
fix I ?* Teaoher of Mosto, is dosirous of
getting a few pupils for instruction on tho
Piano. Tarma will bo very reasonable. For
particulars i-pply at Mr. Baruwell's residence,
00 Plain street. MISS E. C. THOMSON.
8ont20 0*
You ofay secare a valuable prize by pur
o'iaaing a tickot in tho Columbia Co-opera?
tive Building Aesoclatis
Special Notices.
. Lea & Perrins' Sance,
. Pronounced by ConnoiaBeura
"TUB ONLY UOUD RAUCK."
It i in proven appctito and digOBtiou, and it ia
unrivaled for itu flavor.
Wo aro directed by Measra. LEA. & PER?
RINS tc prosecute al! partios making or vond
ing counterfeits.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
. Aug 15jflnv>_Agents, Now York; ;
Medical.
ON M ATtn I ACE. Essays for young men on
great social evils and abuses, which inter?
f?ra with marriage and ruin the happincea of
thouaauda; with aero means of relief for^ho
erring and unfortunate, diaeased and debili?
tated. Sent In scab d loiter envelopes, free of
charge. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 Soulh Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
_Sept 6_3ni o _
Por Sale.
TWO LOTS fronting on Upper street, bo
tveon Marion and hull ti tree ta. One of
four aerea, with a small house and excellent
well of water. Tho other uoulaina I bree acrcB,
all enclosed by a good renco.
A 1.30,
An aero of Ground, with a Cottage on itl
situated on the South-east c?rner of t ho square
ou which Trinity Church blands.
ALSO,
Half aero Lot on thc corner of Pickcha and
Laurel atroeta.
ALSO,
Sovoral improved Lota in tho oily, audio tho
country sundry Plantation a, Milla and Wood?
land, Among the plantations he offera ono of
tho best, if hot tho very beat, stock farms, of
ita eiz.', (1,201) aerea.) in tho Stato.
J. W. PAUKER,
Sept IG Unto_ Real Estate Rrokor. ;
"TAMES K. FRIDAY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Columbia, S. O.
HAVING secured tho largo and commodi?
ous Brick .Warehouse with tinned roof,
(formerly occupied by Blakcly .t Gibbee,)
situated near tho track of tho Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, solicits from hiu friends,
tho former patrons of Blakoly A Gihbos ami
tho public generally, consignments of COT?
TON, other PBODUCE and MERCHANDISE
Oil STORAGE. Particular attention given to
storing and selling COTTON.
Mr. J. Jd. BtAunnv still retain** his nflico at
the ohl. et a nd._"_Sept 0 jltuo
Fall and Winter Goods.
THE undoraigned begs leave to inform
his oustomern, and the public general
_, ly, that ho baa juat returned from New
York with tho most choice selection of gooda
over brought to thia market, embracing DOE?
SKINS, Clothe, French and English Ca ei
nioroH, Vostinga, Ac, Of tho moat modern
pat terna.
ALSO.
A largo aisortmont of GENTS' FURNISH
INO GOODS.
Ry paying cloao attention to bueinoaa, ho
expects to receive a ehnro of the public pa?
tronage. O. D. EBERHARD:
Sept 20_
HAVING jiiBt returned from Now York,
, whore T made my purchases, 1 am pro
I pared to show ono of the MOST CHOICE
-and SELECT .
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gentlemen's wear ever offered in thia mar
kot. My stock ombracea French, English and
Scotch Caaaimnrt a, Cloths and Vestings, and
a full Bupply of Gents' Furnishing GoodH ge?
nerally. I bare also a very largo stock of tho
celebrated "Star Shirts." A share of patron?
age islieapoetfully B.licited.
Sept 17_J. F. EISENMANN.
Mules and Horses.
AS we intend to romain 'offi^,
Columbia all winter, per
.none in want of FIN E^J^B.
STOCK, will havo sn opportunity of making
selections at.different times. We have jual
roceived a car-loud of primo MULES, which
will be disposed of "right."
Sept 23 t_W. S. A J. M. TOLBERT.
NEW FALL ?IIY GOODS JUST IN
AT THE
LITTLE STORE
OF
C. F. JACKSON.
ALARGE STOCK to ba sold at very low
pricou. All now atylea up to tho times
and DOWN IN PRICES. Supt 21
ARTHUR C. MOORE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
COLUMBIA, S.O.,
HAS REMOVED his office tu No. 2, Law
Range. July 4 Rimo
Look to Your Interest.
. THE best MEAT in tho Market
joan be had at our stall, at 8, 10
_.and 12Acen ta per pound. Ordere
for large or amah quantities, from city or
country, Ulled promptly.
STARLING A POPE.
. August 8 Hit_Mialla 8 and 5.
Farm for Sale.
CONTAINING 200 acres, more or lees, three
milos from Columbia. For part mulara,
apply to Dr. J. NV. Parker, yr to
J. M. CRAWFORD,
8ept 1G Hmo_ Cotton Town.
The Southern and Atlantic
?E?.B?RAPH CO.
Now Open for Business.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA BOTEL.
Sept 14
If You Want Sohool Books,
&0 to BRYAN * McOARTER, who havo a
frosh supply of En TI'BII, French, Gor?
man and classical SCH H il. BOOKS, also of
School Stationery of cy erv leBcription, all for
ealo at lowest market r ?t.- ._Sop119
Fresh Biscuit md Crackers.
SODA Wafers, Pio-Ni.-t, .
Fancy Birt or, Lomon,
Wino, Pea ri ?i, OyaU ?, Farina,
Milk, Lemon, Ginger. Variety?
Cronin Wafers, Jumbles,
Corn Rill Biscuit. Lemon Snaps.
In small boxe? for families.
Sept 2G EDWARD nOPE.
LATEST QUOTATIONS OP SOUTTHERN SE
o OTITTEB IN GHAETJESTON, S. O-Corrected,
Soptember 29, 1871, by
W??????Km
Banker and Broker, No. 25 Broad street.
Names ofSccur'iicG. Kate In. Qf'd AM,
STATE SECUIUTIES.
Norlh Carolina, old.... G - 42
N. Carolina, new. 0 .... 24
South Carolina, old_ 6 72
9. Carolina, new. G .... 136
S. C. reg'd stock, ex in. 6 .... 70
Georgia, new, (gold)... 7 .... 98
Georgia, now. 7 - 92
Georgia. 6 .... 85
Tennessee, old.' G .- 72
Tennessee, new. G .... 72
Alabama. 8 ,...100
Alabama. 5 .... GS
CITY HECxrini'IES.
Atlanta, Ga.,bonds- 8 - 8G
Atlauta, Ga., bouda_ 7 - 77
Augusto.. Ga., bonds... 7 81
Charleston stock. G .... 55
Charl'n Fire Loau b'tl.s 7 - 71
Columbia, S. C., boud3 G - G5
Columbus, Gu., bonds. 7 - 75
Macon, Gu., bonds- 7 .... 75
Mobile, Ala. 8 .... 80
Mobile, Ala. 5 - 58
Montgomery, Ala.- 8 - 82
Memphis, Tenn., b'uds
old.:. G _ CO
now.. 6 _ 5,9
" endorsed G G3
Nashville, Tenu. G .... 02
Savaunnh, Ga., bonds. 7 - 87
Wilmington, N. C. 8 _ 7G
Wilmington, N. C. G .... 72^
11AIL110AD UONDS.
Atlantic and Gulf. 7 - 80
B. li. Ii.. 1st mortgage 7 - 52
Central Georgia. 7 9G 100
Charleston aud Savan.. 6 .... C5
Charlotte, Col. Sc Aug.. 7 _ 82
Cherawand Darlington 8 .... 92
Chernw & Dar., 2d mort 7 - 72
Cbesap'ko Sc Ohio, gold G _ 93
East Tennessee, Virgi?
nia, endorsed. 6 .... G8
East Tennessee and
Georgia, endorsed.. G .... 65
Georgia Railroad. 7 _100
Grccu. Sc Col.. 1st mor. 7 - 95
Green. Sc C., State guar 7 _ 56
Green. & Col., 2d mort 7 _ 40 :
Laurens. 7 ...-. 50
Macou and Augusta,
lat mortgage. 7 .... SD
Macon and Augusta,
(1st mort.,) guar. bv
Georgia Railroad..". 7 .- 92
Macon and Brunswick,
guaraute'ed by State
of Georgia. 7 .... 75
Memphis & Charleston. 7 85
Mississippi Central, 1st
mortgage. 7 - 8G
Mississippi Central, 2d
mortgage. 7 - 76
Mississippi 5: Tennes?
see. 1st mortgage... 8 !- 85
Mississippi Sc Tennes?
see, consolidated.... 8 .... 72
Mobile and Girard, 1st
mortgage. 8 .... 94
Mobile Sc Montgomery,
gold, 1st mort., end. 8 .... 95
Montgomery end West
Point, 1st mortgage. 8 85
Muscogeo, Ga. 7 _ 93
Nashville and Chatta?
nooga, endorsed.... G .... 72
North-Eastern 1st mort. 8 .... 91
North-Eastern, 2d mort. 8 _ 83
Peusacola ?fe Georgia,
1st mortgage. 7 .... 60
Sav. Sc Char., 1st mort. 7 .... 76
Sav. & Char., State goa 7 _ 68
Sav. Sc Char., 2d mort. 8 _ 75
South Oarl'a, 1st mort. 7 .... 87
South Carolina. 7 _ 72
South Carolina. 6 .... 65
Spartanburg and Union 7 .... 55
Western Alabama, 2d
mortgage, endorsed. 8 .... 93
RATXLROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf. 100 _ 26
Augusta & Savannah. 86
Central Georgia.100 _117
Charlotte, Col. &Ang.. 100 .... 45
Georgia. 100 .... 100
Green, and Col. R. R.. 20 _ 2
Macou and Augusta... 100 .... 40
Macon and Weatcro... 100 _110
Memphis Sc Charleston. 25 8 .. .
North-eastern. 50 .... 10
Havannah Sc Charleston 100 .... 20
S. C. R. R. shares. 100 _ 84
S. C. Ii. R. Sc B'k shnros 125 _ 34
Sout-western Georgia.. 100 .... 93)
HANK STOCKS.
Poop's N'l B'k Charl'n,
capital 8750,000. 100 .... 104
1st Nat'l Bank Charl'n
capital 3500,000. 100 .... 128
S. C. Loan & Trust Co. 100 .... 100
Caro. Nat. Bank, Col'a.
capital 8200,000..... 100 100
Central National Bank,
Col'a, oop'l 8100,000 100 100
Nation'l B'k of Chester,
capital 850,000. 105
Nat'l B'k of Newberry,
capital 8100,000.,
Nat'l B'k Spartanburg,
oapital 860,000.
S. O. Bank & Tr nat Co.
capitul 8200,000. 100 .... 100
Bank of Charleston_100 _ 21
Union Bank S. C. 50 _ 50
People's Bank So. Ca. 4
Plan. Sc Me. Bank S. C. 25 .... 25
Bank of Newberry. 25 .
Bank of Camden. 50 ....
Others worthless.
Charleston Gas Co- 25 - 20
Chnrl'n City R.R. stock 50 - 55
GranitovilleMnu. Co... 100 -110
G. Sc C. R. cert, i ucl ob. 51
N. E. R. R., cert, indebt. 65
Mt. Pleasant and Sulli?
van's Isluud Ferry Co. 100 .... par
Virginia State Coupons .- 40 ..
Tennessee *; ** ..... 00
City Murfreesboro '? _ 80 ..
City of Nashville coup's_ 85 _j
City Charleston cer. in. par
Citvof Mern'phis'-'coup. 75 _
N. E. R. R. pref, stock. 40 1
S. & UV R? past duo coup. 55 j
S. it C. R. past due coup. 50
EXCHANGE, ETC.
New York sight.!.< oiT par
Gold. llT??i 115
(Silver. 104 _
S. C. HANK HILLS.
?Bank of (Jhurlcstou.
Bank of Camdou. 20 ....
Bank Georgetown. 1 ....
Bank of 8. G. 5 ....
Bank of (Jhester. 18 ....
Bank of Hamburg. 18 ....
Bank of Newberry. 15 ....
Bunk of tho State of
S. C., prior to '01. 30
'.* issuo'01 and'02 .... 30 ....
*n. & Mee. Bunk Char'n .?.i
?People's Bank Charl'n.'
*Uuion BankCharles'n.I
*S. W. R. R, Bunk, old...
.S.W. R. R. Bank, new.|
State Bank. Charleston_ 4 ._
Farmers' Ex. B'k Char. 2 .... I
Exchaugo Bunk, Colnm_ G ....
Com'l Bank, of Colnm .... 8 ....
Merck. Bunk of Cheraw_ 5 ....
Planter's Bank Fai rfield_ 3 ....
S. C. bills Bueeivublo. 95 _
Charleston change bills. 05 .... I
fitay Bills marked thuB (*) are being
redeemed at tho counter of above ofliee.
New Mackerel.
TUST received, a full supply of new Boston |
MACK EH HI,, Noa. 1, 2 and 3, in barrels,
half barr?is, quarter b?rrela and kilt!, for I
family linn, fur eal? iow bv
Sept 2ti_JOHN AGNEW & ?ON.
WE aak of huyera an examination of the
fi dlow i nt: goode :
CALIFORNIA BRANDY.
California Port Wine.
California Angelica.
California Hock.
California Muscat elle.
?. P. Gardner's North Carolina Corn.
SuitV, lSort, Rye.
Old Virginia (Hades.
Pure Cognac Urandy.
These aro all standard gooda, and wo have |
put tho pliers r?jht doten to th? bottom. Alao,
cheap gooda of all grades, tho cjunlity and
prices of which will certainly plcaau tko buyer |
and eave him money.
_Aug27_LOJtlCK^t LOWRANCE.
CLOTHING HOUSES
OF
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE dailv receiving thc unset HEADY
MADE CLOTHING, for old and young
gentlemen, that have over been offered in thia
market. No cuatnm-mado can aurpabH, and
but few can equal thom, in et) lo, and h niall,
and price.
HATS.
We sell the beat, at lower ratOB tbaii those
who don't boy from the manufacturera direct
SHIRTS.
We koop tho Star and True Fit constantly
on hand, and will take orders for half dozen
or more, and warrant a Qt.
UNDER-WEAR in all varieties.
It Ult UK lt CL 0 Till SC.
GLOYRfl-Leather, Ruck, Kid, Dog, Rat and
Beal. Rargains to bo had in GLOVES.
NECK WK AR-all styles. Plain and fancy
Lim n and Papor COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar RUTTOX8-Gold and
borne that won't edu.
We w.U take Ureonhacks at pur for all
theae. Sept 2l>
New Books! New Books!! New Books'.!!
milt: DOM F ST IC LIFE OF THOM. JF.Pr
M. FLRHON. Rv bia grand-daughter, Sarah
N. Randolph, tl.M.
lieminiae.eucea of Fifty Years. Hy Mark
Royd. tl.75.
"At Lad." A Christmas in tho Weat In?
dies. Ry Charil ti Kingsley, willi many illus?
trations, ii.
'..Light and Electricity." Ry J. Tyndall.
Tito Coming Race; or, Tho New Utopia. .
Six Boys. A Mother's Storj. Ry tho Ame?
rican'J'i act Kocietv. $1.25.
The Earthly Haradiae. ? Poem. By Wil?
liam Morris. Three volumes. #t 50.
'.Ernestine." B\ George S md. 75?.
Terrible Temptation. ByChas. Ilcado. 30c.
Alao, a large selection of new Novels by tho
beat auihora, just received and fur *ftlo at pub?
lisher's pri?es, by BRYAN & MeCAHTttB.
Thornwell's Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumen,
embellished with Dr. Thornwell's por?
trait, tl per volume.
Mt monea of Palmos. Ry MacDuff. $2.
Tho Conservative Reformation and UH The?
ology. By llcv. Charles P. Krowlli, D. D. $5.
Tho Uiiacoti World. Ry Rev. Dr. Stork, tl.
KEW NOVKLS.
Her Lord and Master. Ry Florence Maryatt1
Won. not Wooed. Ry tho author of Bred in
the Rone, Au 51) couts.
Terrible Temptation. Ry Charles Reade.
Uniform edition of Crace Aguilar's Works,
such aa Motin I'M Iteoomjietnie, Vale of Cedars,
?-c., at $1 per volunto.
The aboy? hooka sent to any aililreaa, post
paid, on receipt of price
Aug 1 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN. Booksellers. :;
The ruffle for Temperance Hull, Ac, will
positively take place on thc 10th November.
The New Departure.
WE propose, to depart from tho old fogy
habit of belling
DRY GOODS
at bii'.'li liigli figuren HO much in vogue litre,
and intend from thia on to make il lo the in?
te rem of buyers to patronize
THE STORE OF PORTER fi STEELE.
Wo bavo just r-turned from tho Eastern
Market with a beautiful assortment of DRY
j GOODS selected with great care, and aa we
I bought them foir, wo propoao to give our cua
I tontera t ho advantago of theao LOW
FIGURES 1 We aak especial attention to our
choice lot of Men's Wear, embracing all styles,
colora and prieta. DRESS GOODS, thc new?
est designa out, and a full atock. Wo ehow 1
tho beat lino of Fringoa io tho city, and at
the lowest figures, lu all Domcatiu Gooda,
wo oder raro bargains. We will make it tt
tho intercut of huyera to examine our Slocl
before purchasing.
Sept 21 PORTER Ht STEELE. I
The Marion Star,
Established Over Twenty Years Ago.
THE beat advertising medium in Kaelern
Carolina. Our list of aubecribcrs deli ea
competition, and our advertieing terms are
liberal. Merchants of Columbia will commit
their intercala by availing themselves of our
columns.
Every ono reads tho' Star. Ita circulai ion
ie very large and rapidly increasing, and ita
readers are from all sections and of allclaaaee.
Addrcas McKERALL & 8TEDMAN,
;. Sept 10 Editora. Marion C. IL. BiOi _
"Motte's Victoria Tonic Bitters."
ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Jjiseases, (leneral J)ebllity,
and all Impurities of the Blood.
THESE BITTE SS havu now firmly esta?
blished themselves in tho favor of Ibo
public and the medical profession, l'icparcd
from purely vegetable ingredients of acknow?
ledged eflic?cy, their unrivaled and highly
tonic, stimulating and prophylactic qualities
peculiarly adapt them to all cases of General
Debility, Nervous Prostration of tho Sya
tcm, Ac.
Aa an excitant of tho nppe'tito and a whole?
some aid to tho process of digestion, they
will bo found to bo very efficacious, while
their peculiar medical properties render them
of unequaled value to thoao subject to Chill**
and Fever, Congestion, and ether ininamatic
diseases.
Theao Bitters will be found most wonder?
fully bonit licht! in all cases of Debility and Ir?
regularities of Females. Wheresoever intro?
duced, they becoiiia a standard article-a
medicinal staple. Unlike the ma ny noxious
blimulanta advertised, they brace and fortify
tho system without e.vdting undue cerebral
action. They are witbont doubt tho beat to?
nie amt constitutional renovator ever offered
to tho public. MOITE & TA ll II A NT,
, Manufacturers and Solo Proprietors,
Newberry, S. C.
Sold by E. H. HEINIT.SH, Columbia, S. C.
Sept 16_Gmo
M. H, BERRY'S "
Furniture Ware-room
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from the manuf&c-l
tories of Now York, Boston,
Cincinnati aud Louisville,the [
largest assortment of FUR
N1TURE ever kept in this market, conaiating
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Snits; 200 Bedsteads of different !
patterna, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs,
i All kinds of MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING aud REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the beat manner.
Terme cash and Gooda cheap. Oct 3ft
Kinsman Sf Howell,
Factors and Commission
Merchants.
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston, S. C.
August St -::_4mo
The beater Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
moved their Stablea to the new I
building, immediately South of1
?fiann ev'a Hall, and, with a new
f stock of CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES Him tine HORSES, are prepared to an?
swer all calla thal may be made upon them,
lloraos bought and sold on commission.
Persona in want of good atock, aro invited to
give un a oall. Liberal advances made on
etock leR for salo. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. Roven.
C. Tl. PKTTINOII.I.. _Jan 24
""F???'SHT
TURNIP SEED'.
T> U l'A BAGA,
GLOBE,
NORFOLK,
RED TOP,
FLAT DUTCH,
For salo by W. C. FISHER,
Druggist and Apothecary,
July 30 8MIO Opposite Columbia Hotel.
SPECIAL. ATTENTION given to thoool
lection of Commercial Paper, Int crest
on Slate and Railroad Roods and Stocks, and
Conversion of State Securities, by
Nov 2:1 Hmo _T GAMRRILL. Broker.
j The rafllo for Tomporanco nail, Ao., will
1 poaitivoly take placo on tho 10th November.
Change of 'Kneuule.
GENERAL1 SUPEBlSTENp?NT'? OFFICE,
WILMIMOTOK, C o i JU MWA'A AUGUSTA ll. R. Co.,
WILMIMOTON, N; C., AooubT 6.1871.
BHBid?' -S? %S
bo run by trains on this.road:
?>?Y Exrn?sftTRATW (ban.T.:]
Loavo Wilmington [Union Deppt I ? 50 A. M.
Arrive at Florenco. 0.13 A. M.
Arrivo at Kingsville. 12 20 P. Mi
Leave Kingsville........ . ?.10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence.. 12 03 P. M.
Arrivo at Wilmington..:. 5 80 P.M.
M IO UT EXI'OESS THAIN, [DAILY,] SUNDAY EX
CEl'TE?.
Loavo Wilmington.:. 7.10 P.M.
Arrive at Florence. 1.34 A. M.
Arrivo at Kingsville.,. 8 4r A.M.
Lcavo Kingsville. 3.4o ?\ M.
Airivo at Florence. 11.05 P. M.
Arrivo at Wilmington. 5.50 A. M.
Aug 0 JOHN fi. WINDER. OjuPl Hnp't.
Charlotte. Columbia ann ?ugust? ia. ?
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE.
COLUMUIA, S. C., Augubt 4, 1871.
T77Z Kit, CJIWjJior5^ ON and after SUNDAY
t?tWSf?t WagaatMg uest, Gib inat., Ibo follow
mg schedule will be run over this road:
OOINO X?UTU.
Train No. 1. Train No. 2,
Leave Augusta.8 25 A. M. 0.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.8.0'J A. M. 11.00 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.2.15 P. M. 5.20 A. M.
CUINO 800TQ.
Leave Charlotte.7.40 A. M. 8.15 P. M.
Leave Columbia.1.57 P. M. 2.30 A. M.
Arrivo Augusta.?.5? P. M. 7.30 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Roth traine ni ak o close con?
nection to all points North, South and West.
No. 1 Train makes CIOBO connection at Bich*
mond for Virginia Spriugs.
Through tickets hold and baggngo checked
to all principal points. Standard time-Waeh?
ington Citv time, 10 minutes faater than thie
eitv. E'. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E. R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAROLIN \ LAILROAD COMPAKT,
COLUMBIA, ti. C., June 9, 1871.
nS^TKTi^S^i?3 Chango of Schedule
to go into effect on
and aller Kunday, 11th intlant:
MAIL ANO I'ASSESGEll THAIN.
Lcavo Columbia at.'. . .7.40 a m
? Arrive at Charleston at.3.20 p tv.
Leave Charlestonat. ....8.20 a m
? rrivc at Columbia at.3.40 p ni
NIGHT ExrnEss, FREICUT AND ACCOMMCDATH?
TRAIN, [Sundays excepted.] 1
Leave Columbia at.7.CO p Ul
Arrive at Charleston at.0.45 a c
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrivo at Columbia at.COO a m
Camden Accommodation Train will run
tinuo to mn to Columbia ns loruici ly-Mon?
days, Wedncadavs and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Yice-rre side ut.
S. B. FICKINS, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., MARCH 1,1071.
E^flmTSffl~MH7BrW3 ON and after this
EagfflljBiljgi^aBidato, the following
schedule will be run daily, 8undays excepted,
connecting with Night T rains on South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Train?
going North and South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Angusta Railroud:
UP.
Leave Columbia at. 7 00 a. m.
?. Alston. ?.10 a. m.
" Newberry.11.15 a. m.
Cokesbury. 3.00 p.m.
" Bolton.5.00 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 0.30 p. m.
DOWN.
Leave Greenville at. G.15 a. m.
Belton.8.05 a. m.
V Cokesbnry.10.07 a. m.
" Abbeville.8 15 a. m.
" Newberry. 1.50 p.m.
" Alston. 4.05 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.55 p.m.
THOS. DODAMEAD, General Sup.
M. T. BARTLETT. General Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO ,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., June 3. 1871.
BMBWiSfftmSBSl
be run over thin Road in accordaiicc with the
following TIME TABLE.
Traine Going Eaat. Trains West.
Express, Mail.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5.35 am 3.10 pm
SaliuburvS.OSam 8.23am 5.20 p in 5.SO p m
Gr'nsb'oll.08amll.l3am 8.25pm 8.35 pm
Co8hopl2.40 pm 1.05pm 9.56 p m 10.10 p m
Hillsb'ro 2.28 pm 2.33 pm 11.35 p m 11.37 p m
Raleigh 5.05 pm 2.05 am 2.40 a m
Ooldfiboro . 7-20 a m
Trains Going Fast. Trains West.
Charlotte7.15am 8.00 pm
aalisb'ry 4.32 a m 4.37 am 5.15 pm 5.26 pm
Gr'nsb'o 1.25 am 1.35 am 2.10 pm 2.20 pm
Co 8hop ll. 37 pm 12.02 a no 12.81) p ni 12 50 p m
BillsbrolO.07 pm 10.09am 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Raleigh 0.58 o m 7.40 a ml 8.46 am
Goldsb'o ' 8.00 pm]
Jnne 6_W. H. GREEN, Mas. Trana.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
r titmu^iffliFn Anderson., G.CO P. M.
SKB?UHSn " Pendleton..7.00 "
'? Perryvillo_'. 7.45
Arrive at Walhalla.;.8.80 "
Leave Walhalla.:.. .3.45 A. M
" Perryvillo.4.30 .?
" Pendleton.5.30 "
Arrive at Anderson. C.30 "
Waiting at Anderson one honr for the arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 2 W. H. D. GAILLARD. Bop,1
Summer Schedule S. & 17. R. R.,
To Commence 2Mh'May. 1871.
ytaaaafci DOWN TRAIN, UP TRAIN.
?SHT^zM? Arrive. Loavo. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg.. 5.30 6.25
Rateaville. 6 00 6.00 4..1S 4.63
Pacolet. 6 08 6.13 4.40 4 45
Joni avilie. 6.43 6 48 4 15 4.10
Uuionville. 7 25 7 50 3 fi5 3 25
Kalitun. 8 20 8 25 . 2 :<0 2 85
Fhdi Dam. 8.40 8 45 2.10 2.16
Shelton. 9.15 9 20 1 33 1.40
LvhV Fe.rd... 0.40 9 45 1.13 1.17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.50 12.5S
Alston. 11.00 12 00
May 24 THOS. R. JETER, President.
N?~FUIE USE? 1N;? AMU??CT.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
THIS SOAP washes perfectly in cold water,
soft, hard or salt. It removes grease,
oil and paint from garmonts. It washes all
kinds of goods-cotton, flannel, silk or woolen.
It cleanses silver, plated ware and jewelry
without scratching. It the articles are r?iucb
tarnished, rub them with a piece of flannel
whioh bas plenty of tho Soap on it. To people
who do their own washing, it is invaluable.
It will save ita cost in ono wabbing. For salo,
in boxes of thirty-six bars, by
EDWARD HOPE.
April 9 Agent for South Carolina.
Halt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old. at
FeV 21 JOHN C. 8EEOKR8\
8eegers' Beer
DON'T contain Strychnine. It is puro, and
warranted to be so._March ll
"STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Oil A ItLO TTE, Jv*. O.
SOLICIT ordors for COTTON. Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
s en en? ll v. Orders Ulled carefully and prompt?
ly _Feb 7 lyr
OU N'A1 Y U|> AIM S ANA? JHHV CKIITI
.PicATKB bought bv
Feb 5 D. G?MBRILL, Broker?

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