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COLUMBEA?. S. C.
Wednoj?ay fflorriin?; ?dtob?r 18.1871.
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Terrllilo 91114 FatpianUng Scc&co-Ttic
Tho very orado reports by telegraph
cannot begin to give an adequate idea of
the groat conflagration. Tho Btory of
the dreadful boara of Sunday night and
Monday morning, 'as ??la?sd by eye?
witnesses, surpasshrjy thing that ever bas
been published. From a'gentleman who
readied New. York on. Tuesday night
from Chicago, und who is thoroughly
acquainted with tho topography ana
population of that burnt city, the New
York World obtains the following: . .
The oity bas for some weeks been ripe
for Buoh i a. disaster. . Everything has
been as dry os tinder. . Insurance men
have remarked'this,, and the-fire alarms
recently-say for a month past-were so
frequent that they had scarcely any rest
from constant apprehension. Saturday
afternoon' there were several small alarms
sounded, bat. none amounted to much
until about 10 o'clock. At ll we looked
out of tho windows ' and Baw. tho.sky
crimson .with, tho- reflection .drona- tho
flames,.and at.mid nigbt the glare lit np
thu streets, and- oven mont out a brilliant
flame over the lake. - Everybody in the
house (the Tremont House) was up all
night, fearful of what might ; happen.
All flay 'Sunday tho excitement con?
tinued, but it was not. until night that
the worntGo'dme, : From th'?i*o?? of our
hotel we.looked o ?er tho doomed city.
A strong .wind was blowing ut thu time,
and yet the'-flames seemed 'to go in all
di rec t?o OB, like an eipandin g Scythe
.mowiug great and increasing swathes
with frightful rapidity.. We could think
of nothing -else bot hell. ' The flames
were in B?rne? places' liker hage waves,
dashing to,and fro, leaping up arid down,
turning and: twisting., ana: pouring now
and then u great column of smoke and
blaze hundreds of feet into tho air, like
a Solid, perpendicular shaft Of molten
metal. ; du otb cur. placea it would dart oui
long streaks,>iike mammoth anacondas,
with hLbsLng flo rv tongues. Then these
serpentine shapes, would stoop down
over the blazing,.path into tho yet uri
burnt buildings, which coomed pierced
and kindled ^ instantaneously. There
wore also biljbws pf. '^fl?mb that rolled
along like water, subrnarging every thine
iu ita oonrsa.. < Now and then, aa eomi
explosiva, material ,w^r consumed^ the
place -Would see?iWikeih? ?rate*-of 'a vast
volcano, '< puflla of etnoko . and flaahea -'ol
light, and millions of sparks and cinden
being scattered'ih'all ?treotionsi Some
times tho air would tao full of thorn; aria
gusts of wind would float them like
flocks af. \ fire birds hither and Initiier.
Occasionally th oro were cjqd ero of more
than. two.i feet ia length.... i Showers .ol
these, .were . falling-actually . raining
down everywhere. Our faces were stung,
and bar clothing now and then., set 01
fire, until wegqfe w's? umbrellas and hele
them i as ..shields: over, nev. i There, was i
terrible fascination in gazing Upon thi
scene. It was unearthly, hideous
terrific Our oyea ^seemed riveted sc
that we could not) withdraw them. There
were miles of fltfd, "nipantains .pf flame
waves of light, flaaho??; donde,- brillian
scintillations.- with ibo aid cf glasse:
we could see tho streets thronged wit'
people flying for, thoir liven. Oh?d*Pi
were' carried,? ?oreaming ?rith ..terror
women i .were. sh ?ejsi a g,. in ti n eh ou tin g
and all running. Wo Baw Homwold, ant
Bick, and; helpless carried on efcratobera
some apparently-deni on ted, or t stnpeflet
were dragged, along. Closeto thei
heels, in bot pnrsuit, carno the- belching
roaring and craokling^flamea. In som?
places they, actually advanced aa fa?t %
a mau ran. Tho most awful of nil wa
the thunderous roar- that seemed to roi
upward and outward 'from the centre o
tho hugo molocaast; now there would bi
a report like the boom of distant guns
again came a snapping like the rattle o
musketry. Horses rushed like maniac
through the streets. Ono eplendn
toam, attached to a coach; ran over tb
Yan Buren street bridge, which hat
been charred and weakened; just as th
mad horses had passed the centre it gav
way, and - they plu J ged down throng]
thc lurid glare into the scarlet river be
low. There were all sorts of scone
happening, . Some horrible and - other
ridiculous. Here and lhere, when som
tull building became sheeted in flame
the walls .would weaken and waver lits
India robber. It was wonderful hoi
they sometimes swayed almost across th
street, and then full with a loud crash
then a'momentary' durkpoflo, and afto<
ward fresh glareV" BR light from' som
newly-kindled fire. Even those stree)
that were paved with the wooden patent
woro masses pf live coals. ' Tho massiv
granite slabs wero cracked into thou
sands of pieces. All .this, tuna the hes
was very great. By-and-by it grew 8
intense that no 1 ono could stand with!
blocks oi the place?. Over the root
came gusts of : hot air? sometimes almoi
strong enough ta throw ono off his fee!
Our shoes wero parched, the tin roof we
hot, and wo were forced down bolov
The greatest eight waa to notice how tb
flames seemed to ongolph.tho larger an
more lofty ; Mansard roofs-they wei
like paper. The hotel was orowded; a
were expjted '. and. fptyfttftj ]f?-yory'.m<
mont tho reporta carno that the Aro w<
nearing us, and. finally., we knew .v,
could not remain longer, ' Escapo vt
the only thongbt.: At mid-night tfc
flaming host crossed tho Adams S^re<
Bridge. All tho shipping that had . ni
been removed was consumed. The ti
and other inflammable staff Yhado an fi
tense light, and the heat , cab, beim
gined from the clouds of steam that can
np from' the river. The kerosene o
, O'? j, . Uti. . .'.'I .:. .'."?! '"'.' .'
.? JH . .> - k -.TI : j r .1 ? ?3 VJ .'-vii
stores made an awful yet snbl?nio specta?
cle, as the flamea seemed to penetrate
the very clouds, j The huge- iron reser?
voir of the gos works exploded with tre
mu ndou s force - - and - sound, demolish iug
several adjacent . buildings. The very
earth seemed, actually gaping ont fire,
flame j and smoke, as though the world
itself: waa to be swallowed up in the con?
flagration. The rash from the Tremont
House, when the word was given, was
akin to a panie. The stairways were
ohookodi and. as the smoko from the ap?
proaching fire came in puffs through
the windows the situation seemed fright?
.; In three, cases persons jumped from
the windows, and two children were tied
up in beds and thrown from the fourth
story window, and landed on the pave?
ment uninjured. A Mr. Jarvis had a
broken leg from springing from, the se
dond story window, and others were
bruised from the same cause. We se?
cured a stage and drove towards the su?
burbs,' hoping to get away on some extra
train.. The horses were almost ungovern?
able,from . fright. ?Some of the blocke
were impassable, being filled with ruins.
Finally we reaohed a train that WOB just
being despatched di reo t for help, and,
by tho kjuduesa of the conductor, we
were taken along. We heard of several
deaths and many being swallowed up in
the flames. ' Certainly there must have
been loss of life. One fireman deolares
that three families were surrounded and
burnt to death in the block bounded by
Adams, .Jackson,;. Canal and Water
'streets. We saw groups of all classes of
people in the streets, some hatless, coat
less, bare-foot and shivering. Some of
these were of the wealthier class. They
were shelterless, homeless and poverty
stricken, and broken-hearted. The
agony of mind in some cases, where re?
latives were searching hopelessly for
missing ones, was pitiable to witness.
No one fravi.d anything. There was no
chance. Wo threw our trunks in the
street, but there we had to leave them.
? ' Hem To, ASP How NOT To, MAKE A
LOCAL NEWSPAPER.-What a comical
newspaper could be issued, if every man
who presumes to dictate as to what
should or should not be published,
should be allowed for once to have their
Wey. i Punch. and Punchinello, and all
the comic papers < of this or any other
age, would be thrown into the shade.
What a conglomeration of opinion on re?
ligion, politics, morals and philosophy,
it would present? and what a list of per?
sonal grievances, and what ebullitions of
personal spite would fill its columnsl
One person would take the most exqui*
site dolighf, in* having .? little fun at the
expense of his neighbor, but would go
into a,paroxysm of rogo if that neighbor,
or anybody else, should' presume to
.?iake fun of him. He ia a man of stand?
ing and influence-if you will believe his
own statement-and his name must only
appear in print in connection with some
high station, or some great popular
i movement. Another would have a co?
lumn devoted to temperance, and in
condemnation of gin mills and their pro?
prietors; 'while, in juxtaposition with
this, would be the card of a liquor
dealer, inviting all, in the language of
Ht. Pani, to come in sud take a little
wine for the stomach's sake. One would
contend that immersion ia .the only
means of salvation; while another would
inBiet that sprinkling was sufficient to
cleanse from sin. The vegetarian, the
Graba m i to, the carnivorous human, the
allopathic, homeopathic, Thompsoninn
and quaok doctors, would all have co?
lumns devoted to their particular be?
liefs. Puffs for rum and segars would
I be sandwiched lu tween lectores on tem
feracoe and tirades against the weed,
u short, such a paper would be a lite?
rary curiosity, and would be so irresisti?
bly funny that it would raise a smile on
the face of the marble statue of a man
who was never known to langh in life.
But such a publication is impracticable;
und consequently the man who owns and
edits a paper does his business in his
own way, and on hiB own responsibility.
His reporter may be bored by certain
offioi )us personages who have an axe to
grind, or desire to suppress information
which the publio demand to know; but
if he is a competent reporter, he keeps
bis own counsel, and exercises his own
judgment, without reference to the sug?
gestions of officious outside meddlers.
Some.may threaten, and others dictate,
but an editor who knows his business
will take no notioe of either. He is pub?
lishing a paper for the people; and if he
issues a lively, newsy, independent sheet,
he will succeed, despite the mutterings
of the few who have little else to do than
to interfere with other people's business.
AM EXTRAORDINARY STEAMBOAT.-Port?
land, Maine, boasts of a steamboat
which, if euooessfnl in its movements,
will or?ate a revolution in the construc?
tion of steam vessels. The inventor,
Frank G. .Fowler, of Bridgeport, Gonn.,
has devoted ten years to the perfecting
of bis machinery and expended 830,000
in bia experiments. . A trial of the vessel
is thus described: The man at the
whoel controlled all ber motions, with?
out any communication with the engi?
neer. First, ho sent her directly ahead,
then ? as rapidly astern, changing her
course from right to left at will. "Now
he would deserts a burge oirolo with ber,
then he would make her revolve on her
own oentre, occupying no more than her
whole length in the water. Sometimes
he would exhibit ber singular move?
ment by whirling to the right and then
to the left, whilst going backward aa well
as forward. Various other feats did he
perform with ber, to the astonishment
and high gratification of all the observ?
ers who ? had oolloo ted to see what they
bad ?ev?r aeon before-a steam vessel
?utting as many didos on the water as
an experienced skater usually cuta upon
Track-laying on the Northern Pacifio
has begun: so wa shall soon have another
"iron belt'' acro?a the oo ntl ne nt.
" FOFTXL^JR GOODS.
.. tjuoa <> ?.> '?'?? 'i
ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE
o? TH? rid: .'.I 51 J
WHICH are unequalled for color, brillian?
cy .of finish, ?and durability. Being
Bama on both aidoa, they, have no equal aa to
economy. To bo had only Vat .,
W. D. LOVE & CO.'S
ONE PRICE CASH HOUSE. |,j
Fall and Winter Stock
Ie now arriving, in which wo aro Bhowing
tome now designa and STYLISH QOODU.
They will be sold at the same POPULAR LOW
PRICES which have ah along characterized
the reputation of our houae.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McOREERY.
Oct 15 _
_k??. A LARGE supply of Ladies,
^3853T., MIBSOB and CbUdren'B Bonnets,
rCTacSrj* Hats. Caps. Lacea, Fara, Cloaks,
Ribbons, Flowers, Wreathe fur
SpnJs)^ Bridal Ordere and To urn amen tn,
f l Bair of every variety, Toilet arti-,
oles; all of which will be eold very low. The
ladies of Columbia and elsewhere will please
call and aee for themselves, at
MRS.-C. E. REED'S,
Pot, 14 gpag Main s tr net. Colombia. B. C.
Dancing School at Temperance Hall.
?PREPARE yoareelvea for the South
Carolina Club Ball. Learn how to stand,
danoo or walk gracefully. MONS.
BEUGER toaohoB how to Dance correctly all
the various aquaro, round, German, and alao
Fancy Dances of every description. Iheeo
Fancy Dances are moat useful for the im?
provement of the carriage. Tornis moderate
Pupila taken by the suasion or thu month.
Two leaeona per week. For particulars, ap
ply at Hendrix House._Pot 15
1AAA AAA FEET LUMBAR. Par
.VJ VJ" 9 A\J\J\J tiea can be aupplied at
reasonable rates by applying to
Sept 2 JOHN E. GYLES, at Hope's atore.
Orin WHOLE, Half Barrels and Kita
JU\J\J Noa. i, 2 sud 8, Boaton inapeotion,
just received and for aale much lower than at
any timesinoe the "little unpleasantness."
Sept 17_E. HOPE.
The South Carolina Club.
THE annual ball of theSonth Carolina
?Clnb will be given on THURSDAY EVEN?
ING, November 9,1871, at Irwin's Hall,
Jolnmbia, B. C.
The annual meeting of the Club will.be hold
in Columbia on November 10,1671.
By order Executive Committee.
WM. T. GARY, President.
Offioial: B. E. ELLISON, JU., Secretary.
SVOharleaton Courier and Kew* copy three
tlmoa a week in dally._j Oct 7 $15"'
WE h ava received five dozen CHEVIOT
SHIBT8, ?hat we will warrant the doth pure,
and made by D. A J. Anderson, Glasgow, who
manufacture theao gooda exclusively.
50 pair fine BLACK OA8SIMEBE PANTS.
HATH, HATS, HATS. A frcBh arrival.
Oct 15 Imo CHILDS A WILEY.
U-1.. I TJ"_1"" f
JJl*. IV J i ?IB.1VJ .
PLANTERS can have SEED BARLEY at
$1.25 per bushel. Terms cash.
Sept 23 JOnN 0. HEEOERS.
WE are sound on the FISH question.
New MACKEREL-Bo? tun Inspec?
tion-in kits, half b?rrela and barre a.
Aleo. "Meas Mackerel." These are strange
Fish-having neither heada nor taila.
Also, Codfish, Tongues and Boonda, highly
recommended by the lacuity.
For sale by_GEO. BYMMBRB.
Money to Loan. ,
$50.000 collat?rale.' Gold and di
Vcr bought and sold, and theusnal accommo?
dations of a General Banking Boniness ex?
tended. JOHN 0. B. SMITH,
Pot 18 jC_AjlUtant Cashier.
ALL persona having claims against the
eatate of tho late Mr?. S. A. WALTER,
will present them, properly attested, to
August IB mpg_W. T. WALTER.
e\f\OA8ES Italian MAC?AHONI.
?i\J 5 canes Vermacelli.
1 oase Tapioca.
Sea Mosa Farina, Arrow Boot, ka.
All fresh._GEO. SYMMEBB.
"Home Insurance Company.
Cash assets, October 1,1871.$4,723,200 52
Loases at Cbioago will not exceed 2,000,000.00
Leaving oaah aaseta, Ootober 12,
1871.$2,723 200 52
All losses will be promptly paid, and policies
issued as usual, CHAS. J. MARTIN,
J. H. WAsnnuaM, Secretary.
New York, Ootober 12,1871."
8. L. LEAPHART, Agent,
Oct 17 Columbia, S. C.
J. ?. S0L0M0N8, M. D., '
TENDERS b B professional
services to citizens of Columbia
dnriug provalence of yellow fe?
ver in Charleston.
?V Office opposite Columbia Hotel, over
Duffie & Chapman's Bookstore. Oct 17
5f\f\f\ POUNDS more of fine COW
.\J\J\Jf FEED, Just received, and will
be sold lower than any on the markot for
oash. JOHN 0. BATEMAN,
Pot 14 At the Colombia Ice Hones.
A LOT of fina Kentucky
trWg. MU^ES ami HO?flEB, just ?-gig
Jag 1 '."*..?" % * DALY'S STABlEa^"
Pot 7 Go Assembly street.
Full td Overflowing.
EVEUY department'of - ?ar MAMMOTH
?>BY GOODA PALACE fall and completo.
Evorythinpr wo koop, comprising all gooda
Xaii?lain -'I .:.?..'
usually found in Dry Ooode 8tores, Shoo
Stores, Hat Stores, Millinery and Drosa-mak
ing Eg tahllohmontB, has b aen bought with oar
usual care and taste, and lu prices wc aro
competing with rotuli bouses of New York,
Philadelphia and baltimore, and are daily ac?
tually saving money for every person who will
come in~ and 900 what wo keep. Lot overy
buyer ask themselves one question and an
Bwer it fairly, it is this: Cannot and dues not
this honBO of lt. O. Shiver St Co. sell goods
cheaper than other houses' in their line?
Handling tho immenee amount of goods that
they du? Certainly. Oommorcial law teach en
as fact, as a good sound rule, that tho mau
who bays $300,000 por annum of merchandise,
cnn buy much cheaper than he who bnys
$f>0,000. H. C. 8HIVER St 00.
R. O. SHIVEH. DAVIO JONES.
AFEW reasons why they should have the
preference over all others:
1. Wheeler & Wilson's Bowing Machino is
much simpler than any of the others; re?
quiring tenn than half "the amount of ma?
2. As the result of this simplicity, this ma?
chine is much lees liable than tne others to
get out of repair.
3. Another result of this simplicity is
4.. Another result is less friction, and, con?
sequently, greater eaBO and rapidity of mo?
tion, with Ices noine.
5. And greatest of all, that it usos no Shut?
tle, and makes tho lock stitch.
It i? tho cheapest to buy the best. Buy the
machine that Las justly, fairly and honora
bly won a reputation and indepeodence
against a strong and bitter competition. For
more than twenty years baa the Wheeler A
Wilson not only stood first and foremost, but
now stands the uni iv ailed Sewing Machine ol
the enlightened civilized world. Buy the ma
chine that baB been thus tested and proved,
and then you are sure to get tho best. For
sale on the easiest popsiblo terms. Sales?
room Main street, aecond door below PnrsKix
office, Columbia, 8. C.
J. 8. PURBLEY, Agent.
A. WHYTE, Qeneral Southern Agent.
Vegetable Blood and Liver Fills.
Pure Sile! Pure Blood I Pure Flesh !
AMUCH needed medicine, in all tropical
climates, ia a Blood Purifier and a Liver
Regulator. Those PILLS combine tho essen?
tial properties of an Invigorator of tho Livor
and Purifier of tho Blood. The largest organ
in the body is the Liver. It ia the great
work-shop of the body. When this important
organ does not aot, the skin becomes sal?
low; eick headache sets In, with chilly sensa?
tions; cold bands and feet; pain in the bead;
hectic fever; gastric disturbance; vomiting; a
feeling of weight in the region of the Liver; a
dry Cougb. Among other symptoms of liver
derangement, aie sureness in tb' region of]
the liver, across thu stomach, and below tho
ribs; oppressed stomach: face sometimes
Sashed; feverishness in thc afternoon or at
night; drowsiness and indolence; nervoub
watchfulness at night: melancholy, bluoi*;
dreams, commonly frightful; chest oppressed
and heavy; dat ting pains in the abdomen;
faintness; sighing; difficult and short breath;
pain in the chest, about tho lungs, commonly
mistaken for pleurisy; shifting pains, like
t'ioao ot rheumatism; colics; sometimes a
short, sharp cough, with dryness ot throat;
unpleasant throbbing about the stomach; ex?
cess of dandruff, and scurfy deposit on tho
skin: falling of the bair; fulness and straitness
of the abdomen, with desire to loosen the
olotbing, sour stomach, with symptoms of |
dyspepsia; bilious colics; diarrhma; dysen?
tery; fevers; obstinate constipation; intermit?
tent fever, or fover and ague; jaundice; cei
t i veness and diarrheal alternately; expeoto.
tion stringy and sticky; foul mouth in t' e
morning, often nausea and vomiting; di.
noss; pain in tho right shoulder, sometimes
in shoulder-blade; inability to lie on lett side;
hiccough; occasionally, pain in left shoulder,
treasonable use of tho BLOOD AND LIVER
PILLS, takon as directed, will always prevent
thia painful termination of the disorder.
These Pills are for sale by
ED WA HI) H. EEINITBH,
August HO t Chemist and Dr?tte i et.
Fr e Bli Cr a CK er 9.
JUST received, a full supply o? FRESH
CRACKERS and BISCUITS, consisting or
Egg and Arrow Root,
Lunch Crackers, Ac
For salo low at wholesale and retail by
Sept 27 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
Kttablishe.d in Columbia, ,V. C., 1849.
Aetna Fire Insurance Go!, $8,000,000.
Imperial Fire Ins. Co., - - S8.000.000.
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., - - $2,000,000.
Manhattan Fire Ins. Co., ? $1,500,000.
Union Fire Ins. Co.,-$1,200,000.
Putnam Fire Ins. Co.,-$800,000.
Ofrico io rear of Mr. W. S. DOTTIE'S Book?
store, opposite the Columbia Hotel.
GEO. HUGGINS, Agent,
Pot g fSmo Columbi?, S. O.
becuro ticket? in the Columbia Co-opera
liva Building Asaooiatlon.
The New Departure.
WE propose- to depart from tho otd fogy
habit of Bolling n . -
at ?nob high figures ao mueb in voguo here,
and intend from thia on to mako it to the in?
terest of buyers to patronise
TOE STORE OP PORTER & STEELE.
Wobr.vc Just r tcrnrd front tbe Eastern
Market with a beautiful assortment of DUI
QOODS selected with great caro, and as wt
bought them lote, tro propose to give our cus?
tomers the advantage of these' LOW
FIGURES i We ask especial attention to our
choice lot of Men's Woar, embracing all styles,
colors and prices. DRESS GOODS, tho new?
est designs out, and a full stock. Wo show
the beat lino of Pringos in the city, and al
(ho lowost figures. In all Domestic Goods,
we offer raro bargains. Wo will make it to
tho interest of buyers to examine our Stock
Sept 21 PO HT KU dc STEELE,
Oannod Gooda! Canned Goods!
-1 CA CA8ES fresh CANNED GOODS jost
L?>\J received, consisting in part as follows
Hiring Bi nns,
Cove and Spired Oysters, Salmon, Lob?
sters, otc. For sab- by
Oct 4_JOHN AGNEW A 8QN.
SEW FALL DRY GOODS JL'ST IS
G. F. JACKSON.
ALARGE STOCK to be sold at very low
prices. All new styles up to the times
und DOWN IN PK ICES._Sept 24
BUSHELS choice RED SEED WHEAT,
f r sale by . E. HOPE.
.I f^f\ BOXES assorted OHAOKERS.
S.V/U 100 boxes assorted Canned Goods.
60 boxes Soap.
60 boxes Candy.
60 boxes Candles.
'.'00 barrels Floor.
50 barrels Whiskey, coming in and in store,
and to which we invite the attention of the
trade._LO KICK & LOWRANCE.
Vmum Cibi Et Ferri.
Extract of Beef, Iron and Wine.
A NEW MEI1IC1NK
FOR Enfoobled Digestion, Loss of Appe?
tite. Tune and Vigor, Impoverished
Blood, Nervous Debility. Especially adapted
to weak stomachs.
As a nutrient tonio and mild stimulant this
sombinatian bas proved especial!? efficacious
in many cases of enfeebled digestion, IOSB of
tone and vigor, impoverished blood, and in
the many ailments consequent upon general
iobility. lt 1B prepared with great care from
selected beef, one-third of winch has been
partially roasted to develop tba ocmazume;
tuus rendering it more grateful to tbe tasto
iud b-ss apt to occasion disgust from con?
tinued uso. Fur sale bv
EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
Aug 29 X_Chemist and Druggist.
Family Groceries, &c.
THE undersignod begs to in-f
I form bis friends and public]
'generally that he has just re-l
jeived a full stock of
SUGARS, OOFFEE8, MOLASSES, TEAS,
Crae ers of all kinds-Sugar, Soda, Lemon,
? ream, ?rateri. Snappa, &c.
Cloves. Nutmegs, Mace, Ac,
Salt. Pepper, Spices, Pickles of all kinds,
100 boxes Tobacco, of different grades.
Whiskoya, Brandies, Rum, Oin, which are
An assortment of Wooden and Willow Ware,
Tube, Iron and Brass Bound Buckets,
Flour and Hugar Buckets, Ac,
Market and Hand Baskets,
20 Kits of Virginia Mountain Butter, of
inperior quality; all of which will be sold low
lown for oat-b only.
Oct 17 13 JAMES B. CAMPBELL.
A LAnOB AND FOLL SUPPL? Ol
FRESH AND PURE DRUGS,
MEDICINAL WINES, LIQUORS, &C.
W. C. FI8HER,
Oct 7 Opposite Columbia Hotel.
4TUBS Virginia Valloy BUTTER,
fi tubs Mountain Butter.
3 tubs fine Goshen Butter.
All nico and fresh and for salo LOW.
Octl_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
See ff ers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't oontain Cooooolus Indiens Fish
Berries to make sleepy or headache._
The Georgia Home Insurance Co..
OF COLUMBUS, GA.
Capital and Assota.1494,059 66
Untouohed by the Chioago and other diets
tors, continues to furniah indemnity against
lose by Aro on all insurable property, at ade
J. RHODES BBOWNE, President.
D. F. WILCOX, Beorotary.
Mir Applications reooivod and policies is
med by H. E. NICHOLS A CO., Agenta.
Oct 17 6 tufB
The only Ano Playing Cards st POLLOCK S
Georgia Limo and Fertilizer Company
OFFER their SHELL. LIME to the planting
public in fall confldouoa in its excellence
It waa extensively need the past season on
Wheat, Corn and Golton, and haa given entire
satisfaction, as ie shown by a number of
certificates from some of tho beat planters in
Goorgia and Booth Carolina, ?
Our prices for Fertilizing, orX Lime, ls 115
per ton cash, put np in osaka or barrels, de
livered in the city of Augusta or- at any und?
in?; on the Savannah River. The price of our
XXX. or Mason's Lime', is 13 per b arr ol, do?
ll vered aa above.
We are agents for the celebrated "Stonewall
Cotton Fertiliser" and "Pure English Die
?ol ved Bono," which we receive direct from
England, and can offer to the nubile at ro
daoed prides. COLES, SIZER A CO:, '
No. 14 Molntoeh atreet. Augusta, (la.
Agent, THOS. B. CLARKSON, Columbia, 8.
C._,_ Pot IB Orno
The Southern and Atlantic
Now Open for Business.
OFFICE, COL UMBI A BO TEL. \
Sept 14 1,1,4 '
American Club Fish.
A. DELICIOUS relish: better
and much oheaper than Sardines. For sale
by_ h. HOPE.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by (be gal?
lon or barrel. Aleo, in glaaaa, pints and
quarte. For sale I ow. E. HQPB. .
Change of Schedule. ? .
?O?ia CABOLJNA BAIL&OAP. COBTJPARI,
COLUMBIA, B. P., June 9,1871..
BR- - rrni?itmil Change of Schedule
tmWt&kySBg^SS?* to go into efTect on
and after ?sunday, 11th inatant:
MAH, AHO PA88KHOKB Tit Al*.
Leave Columbia at.....7 40am
Arrive at Charleston at.3 20 p m
Leave Charleston at... 8.2b a m
I rrive at Colombia at.3.40 p m
NIOHT CXPUXS8, F?K1UHT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [tsundaya excepted.] .
Le ave Columbia at.7.60 p ta
Arrive at Charleston at...6.46 an.
Leave Charleston at...'.......7.10 p m ,
Arrive at Columbia at?..6.00 a m
Camden Accommodation Train Mill con
tinue to run to Columbia oe Jorm or ly-Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. .. .......
A. L. T? LER, Yice-Prealdeni.
8. B. Picaras, General Ticket Ageht. .
Charlotte. Colombia and Angmta B. B
COLOMBIA, S. G., Aaguat 4, 1871.
E3?ffl? r^gBSW-? ON and after SU ND Al
?S? VB jwWPtiwt, otb inst., the follow
u>g schedule will be ran over this roadr .'.
Train No. l. Train Bo. 2.
Leave Angueta.3.26 A. M. 6.00 P. M.
Leave Colombia.8.09 A. M. 11.00 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.2.16 P. M. 6.80 A. M.
Leave Charlotte.7.40 A. M. H. 15 P. M.
Leave Colombia.167 P.M. , 2.80 A. M
Arrivo Augusta.6.50 P. M. 7 30 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train dally, Sun?
days excepted. Both trains make eloas con?
nection to all pointe North, Booth sod West.
Through tickets aold and baggage checked
to all principal pointa. Standard time-Wash?
ington City time, 16 minutes feater thin thia
city. E. P. ALKXANDER, General Bop. '
E.R. DOBSXT, Gen. Freight and Ticket agent
Change of Schedule. * 11
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA B. B. C?., ,! :
GOMFAHY Snore. N. C., Juno 3.1871?- J
Boa ?nmkBBBhi ON *DU ,fter SUNDAY,
gg^jy^grgjane 4, 1871. TRAINS will
be run over thia Road in accordance with the
following TIME TABLE.
Tra?na Goiug East. Traine Weat.
.Express, r . llaii. t
Aiuti VE. LEAvs. Aaa rvs.. LEAVES.
Charlotte 6.86 am 3.10p m
Saliabnry8.03am 823am 5.56pm 5.80pm
?r'Dsb'oll.?Hamll.13 am 8 26pm 833 pm
OoShopl2 40pm 1.0-5 pm 9.56 p m 10.16 p a
Hilleb'ro 2.28 pm 2.33pm 11.35 p m 11.37 p m
Raleigh 5.05 pm 2.05 am 2.40 am
Goldeboro 7-20 ? m " ^
Charlotte?.16am 8 00pm "?*'-"
Haliab'ry 4.32am 4 37am 616pm 6.26pm
Qr'nsb'o 1.26am 135am 2.10pm 2i20pm
Co shop li 37pm 12.02 am 13.31) p m 12 50 p m
HillabrolO.07 p m 10.09 a m 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
haleigh 6.68pm 740am :' 8.45sm
GoldBb'o 3.00 pm
Juno 6_W. H. GREEN. Maa. Trana.
'Greenville and Colombia Bailroad. 1
COLUMBIA, B. P., M A nen I, 1871,I
?3?mBBG&?raff?& ON ?nd after thia
tHl|Ba,laBapld?te, the foUowing
echodulo will be ron c?a il y, Sunday. excepted:
Leave Colombia at. "7.00 a', nil
" Alston. 9.10 a. m.
*' Newberry.11.16 a. m.
" Cokesbury.3.00 p.m.
" Bolton.5.00 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. :. G 30 p. m.
Leave Greenville at.C.16 a. m:
" Belton.8.06 a.m.
" Cokeabory.10.07 a.m.
" Abbeville.815?. m.
Newberry. 1.60 p.m.
" Alston.... 4.06 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.6.56 pt m.
TB OS. DOD AME AD, General,Bop. .,
M. T. BARTLETT, General Ticket Agent, ,
Change of Bchednle.
WILMINOTON, COLOMBIA A AUQU8TA B. B. Co.,
WILMINGTON, W. C., ?TJO?ST 6.1871.
mn ?^iiUUs^., AFTER thia date tho
W WPgffgEl^following eohedhle will
be ron by trains on thia road: . "
OAK EXPBXBS TBAIN '[DAILY! ] llolif//
Leave Wilmington [Union Depotl 8.60 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. 9.13 A.M.
Arrive at KingBville. 12 20 P. M.
Leave Kingsville. 9.10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence..??..'W 12 03 P. M.
Arrivo at Wilmington... ........ 530 P.M.
NIGHT BXPBE88 THAIN, SUNDA? XXOSPTXD.
Leave Wilmington. 7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 1.34 A. M.
Arrive at Kingsville. 6 46 A. M.
Leave Ki o g s v ill o..,.;.. 8.45 P.M.
Arrive at Florence. 11.05?, My
Arrive at Wilmington. 5 50 A. M.
AugO JOBNC. WINDER, QenT Bnp*t.
bohedole on Bine Bidge Bailroad.
, mi in .nam Leave Anderson.6.00 P. M.
taffipM^Sj " Pendleton.7.00 "
Arrive at Walhalla.....8.80' I.?
Leave Walhalla.3.45 A. M
" Perry ville........4? A?
Arrive at Anderson.6,80 . !.!, .
Waiting at Anderson one honr for thc arrivai
of up train on Greenville and Colombia'Road.
Joly 2_W. H. P. GAILLARD, Bop;,'1 '
Sommer Schedule 8. S TT.j'?L'B..,,',
BparUnburg.. 6?T ' ' 8.85' . Jn'*
Bateaville. 6.00 .6.00 4 t8 4,63
Paoolot. 6 08 ?13 ?40 .-?.?&.<
Jonesville. 6.48 ,648; 4,05 <f4JQ,
Unionville..... 7 25 7.60 3.06 3.25
Hantno. 8 20 8 86 960- v2.8t>
Fish Dam.'8.40 8 45 2 10 2.1?
Shelton........ 9.15 920 1 35 1.40
Ly lee* Ford... 940 946;,, 112 1,17
Strother. 10 06 10.10 13.60 12.66
Alston.ll 00 12.081
May 94 THOS. B. JBTBB, Presiden*. ' ft,