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VUBXiMUD DA1DT Mia TBI-WBXBXX.
BTBBY W?DMBB?At M O BX IK O.
iV JULIAN A. SELBY,
POBtilSHBB ASS ?BOPBIBTO&.
JOHN P. THOMAS, Chief Editor.!
.arBook ?nd Job Printing of every doecrip
ilon promptly and faithfully attended to.
inaerted in the Daily at 75 oenta per aqnare
for the flrat and 50 oenta oaoh subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by the week,
month or year, at reasonable ratea.
DaUy, six months, $* 00; Tri-Weekly, 8 BC;
Weekly, 1 SO.
Br FANNY DO WM IN G.
Vague wishes unoxproet
St ran ge fanoiee, aweot nore et
Maoh musing-sadden sighs- .
Bright blushes-downoaat eyes
Nights sleepless-little food
Faint whispers-answers low
Head throbbing-heart aglow
Banda captured-stolen kiss
Half shrinking, trembling bliss -
Rosy hours swiftly whirled
Too happy for thiB world
Floroe quarrel-frantio fears
Wild anguish-bitter tears
Free forgiveness-full redress
Life together-death apart
Two bodies-one heart
New heaven-under 8ky
We wedded, you and I
? Pennsylvania paper says: "Ohioago
waa probably the most populous oity in
tho world previous to the conflagration.
Some 14,000,000 of her ?doa tit ute
citizens' Lavo passed through thia city
in the past three weeks. Yon can't
throw a cat in any direction without hit?
ting a 'sufferer.' The dodge is becom?
"I presume you won't oharge anything
for just remembering me," said a one
legged sailor to a wooden-leg manufac?
M0SE8 GOLDSMITH & SON.
Colonade Roto, Vendue Range, Charleston, 8. C,
Scotch, Pi? and American Bar Iron,
REEP constantly on hand a full supply of |
lu store, 100 tons EGLINTON PIO.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
AGID PH03PHATE OF LUKE,
For Composting with Cotton Beed.
Price $25 Cash, with Usual Advance for Time.
TlilH artiale is prepared under the superin?
tendence of Dr. o?. JULIEN BAVENEL,
expressly for composting with Cotton Seed.
It waa introduced by this Company two
years ago, and its uae has fully attested its
value. 200 to 250 pounds of this artiole per
acre, properly composted with tho same
weight of Cotton Seed, furnishes the planter
with a FERTILIZER of the higheBt excel?
lence at the smallest coat. A compost pre
Sared with tbie article, as by printed diroc- j
ona famished, contains all the elementa of j
fertility that can enter into a first class FEB- |
TILIZKR, while ita economy must commoud
ita liberal nae to plantera.
For auppliea and printed directions for
J. N. HOBSON,
Agent Paoiflo Guano Company,
No. 68 East Bay A Nos. 1 A 2 Atlantic Wharf,
- Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
The New Departure
REQUIRES new remedies. The new Blood
and Liver Pills are now used for all dis?
orders of the Liver and Blood.
These Pills are all warranted to he Vegeta?
ble, and area substitute for Calomel. For sale
only at HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
ANOTHEB wonderful departure in acienco.
Nothing can surpass Hoinituh's Queen's
Delight for Cancer, Syphilis, and all kindred
diHoaaes . weakness in male or female, young
or old. The wonderful eurea are attested to
by thousands. Try the Queen's Delight, if |
you do siro to be well. For aale everywhere.
Laboratory at HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
Consumption from Coughs and Colds.
STANLEY'S Great Cough Syrup ourea
Goughs and Colds with marvelous cer?
tainty. This ia a great medicine, and is with?
in the reaoh of all. Only 50 cents a bottle.
Mada and for Baie only by HElNll'SH.
Read! Read!! Read!!!
STATE CAPITOL RESTAURANT.
JVear corner Main and.Bridge Streets.
. * ?
(<f?A f^A OYSTERS in every style-tab
"'WJattrRoastod, Stowed Friod andKf
^**9\W Broiled. Good Liquors, fine?aW
Winos, imported Cigars.
N. B. Private SUPPER ROOMS.
FRANKLIN A FINE,
THE undersigned has taken up
^mEj, a position near hia old stand, on
fijESLaaSsMa i n etreot, and is again prepared
to supply bia ouatomerswllhgood L?QuORo,
ohoice WINES, etc. LAGER on draught.
SEGAR8 and TOBACCO of beet quality. The
RESTAURANT wiU furnish OYSTERS and
other substantials in BO anon. Schweitzer Caso
at all times. A. STORK.
Nov 3_ jmo
The Cottage House Restaurant.
/I&V MR. C. H. DUHME. proprie-?JQ
/PsTfP?Mor of the COTTAGE HO?SE,\gw
V_/ ^SaV Washington street, next door??"
to Masonic Hall, dosiroB to inform his friends
that ho has opened a first class RESTAU?
RANT, and will furnish, at short notice, OYS?
TERS in every atylo, Soups, Game and other
relishes. Call at the Cottage House and
make yourself morry._Pot 22
The Exchange House.
/LOWELL kLown aa "the place"
N&jfkgr wbero tho boat of drinkable&SEf
and eatables aro furnished, is s?r
in th fr full tide of prosperity. The whole
house has been put in perfeot order, and the
proprietors guarantee that guests can obtain
all tho deiioaoies of the aesspn-r-OYSTERS,
FISH, GAME, etc
Pot 12 PAY8INQER & FRANKLIN.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
tja* 18 onoe more.open .to tho publie, nuder
?Il tho euporiutondonce of Mr. R" BARRY.
??S Tho reputation of tho hou s o will be kept
Oysters in Every Style.
(&*\\ / \ MY Restaurant is in order for the
l&*\iJ|sV winter eoaaon, and OYSTERS and
^OOF other Refreshments will be famish?
ed at abort notice, "How will you have them
-fried, roasted or stewed?" G. DIBROKB.
PLANTERS can have SEED BARLEY at
.1.25 per bushel. Terms oaah.
Sept 22 JOHN O. SEEGERS.
OLiD BANK Bllili? ?nd MUTILATED
CURRKN?? bought and sold by
NOV 28 6mo D. OAMBRILL. Broker,
(Successors of H. if. Niclidl* <fc Cb. ?net o/
G'U?A <fe Woi-ingj
General Insuranoe Agents?
COLUMBIA, S; O.
REPRESENT tbefollowinii well-established
and moat reliable Comuunlea:
HARTFORD INSURANCE 'COMPANY, or?
ganized 1810. AasctB over $i,GU0,OOO.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE IN?
SURANCE CO., organized 1809. Assets over
CONTINENTAL INSURANOE CO., organ?
ized 1852. Assets over $2.000.000.
GEORGIA HOMH INSURANCE CO., organ
ized 1850. Aa?eta ovar 8760,000.
ANDES INSURANOE GO., organizod 1870.
AH BO ta $2,000.000.
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE CO., or?
ganized I860. Assets over $1,900,000.
The reputation whioh these Companies
have established for promptness, solidity and
worth ie the best guarantee of ??ouray and
Be Bure to InBure with
Nov 0 Imo _BLACK A WARING.
BALTIMORE BRANCH OFFICE.
Carolina Life Inauranos Co.,
?F MEMPHIS, TENN.
ASSETS OVKB ... S1.05O.OOO.
D. C. TRIMBLE.Secretary.
ISSUES POLICIES, either participating or
non-participating, on all the approved
?daus or Ute insurance. Ail Policies non-for
eitable. A definite Cash aorronder value gua?
ranteed on ail Policies after seoond annual
paymont. Active agent* wanted.
BLACK, BOBO BER A CO.,
State Agents, Oolumhia, B. 0.
J. L. BLACK, ?. X. POnCHKB, K. W. SEIDELS,
Nov 12_ _Imo
Fl BE INSURANCE AGENCY.
Established in Columbia, S. C., 1819.
Aetna Fir? Insnranoe Company,
of Hartford, Conn.
Incorporated A. D. 1819. Charter Perpetual
Cash capital and Burplue, after pay?
ing losseBat Chicago..$4,000,000
Premiums received in 1870.3,900,000
IT is still the leading and strongest American
Fire Insurance Company.
Imperial Fire Ins. Go., of London.
Chartered A. D. 1803. Capital $8,000,000 in
Gold. This Company had no agency at Chi?
cago at the time of the fire, itt loss was
small. It subscribed $5,000 for the benefit of
the Butterers by the fire.
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., of Network.
AssetB $1,500,000, af tor paying losses at y.bi
Union Fire Ins. Co., San Francisco.
This Company has $1,150,000 in Gold, after
paying Chicago losses.
Risks taken by GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Office opposite Columbia Hotel, in rear of .
Mr. W. J. DOFFIE'B Book-Btore. Nov 8 t
R A. PRINGLE,
Cotton Seller and Gen. Produce Broker,
Centrai Wharf, Charleston.
REFERENCES.-Charleston-Hon. C. T.
Lowndes, President Bank of Charleston;
W. B. Smith, Esq., President Union Bank of
Chester, S. C.-Messrs. MoAliley A Brawley.
Special attention given to tho consignment
and salo ot COTTON, Dried Frnit, Ao.
Secure Christmas and Hew Year Gifts.
BY the authority of tho Aot of the Legisla?
ture of Kentuoky, of Maroh 13,1871, the
Trustees of the Public Library of Kentucky
will give a
GRAND GIFT CON OE HT,
AT LOUISVILLE, KY.,
Saturday, December IO, 1871.
100,000 Tiokete of admission, $10 eaoh, cur?
ren oy ; half Tickets, $5: quarter Tickets, $2.50?
Tiokets will be sent by registered letter; the
money for them may be sent by post offio?
money order, greenbacks, or draft.
Each ticket constata of four quarters, valuo,
$2 50 each. The holder is entitled to admis?
sion to the Concert, and to the value of the
gift awarded to it or its fraction.
$650,000 in greenbaoka wiU be distribu? .d
to holders of tickets, in gifts of from $100100r\
the highest, to $100, the lowest, being 721
Klfts in all.
The Concert is for tho benefit of tbe
FUELIC LIBRARY OF KENTUOKY.
Tho Citizens' Bank of Kentuoky is Trea?
surer, and tho corporators and supervisors
are the Hon. Thomas E. Bramlette, late Go?
vernor of Kentucky, and twenty-seven of the
most distinguished and respectable citizens |
of the State.
The undersigned, late principal business
manager of the very successful Gift Concert1
for the benefit of the Meroantile Library at
San Francisco, has been appointed Agent and
Manager of this Grand Gift Oonoert. ?
The drawing and distribution will takoplaco
in pnblio, and everything will be done to
: satisfy the buyers of tickets that their Inte?
rests will be as well protooted as ii they wore
personally present to superintend tho entire
For tickets and information apply to
C. R. PETERS,
120 Main street. Louisville, Ky.; No. 8 Astor
House, New York.
H. N. Hompstod, No. 410 Broadway, Mil?
M. A. French. Virginia City, Nevada.
M. A. Wolf, No. 316 Chestnut street, St.
Tickets also for sale in every prominent
place in tho United States.
Owing to tho genera) derangement of mails
and advertisements consequent on the diaas
: troue conflagration in the Weat, the salo ot
! tiokets in this enterprise is extended to No?
vember 30, 1871, at whioh time the main
office. 120 Main street, Louisville, Ky., will
close for adjustment of accounts and buainosa.
No orders, except by mail, will bo recoived
after December 1, and no orders by mail
will be filled after December 10. The New
York omeo will oloao Deoomber 10; other
agencies Deoember 5. Every ticket unsold
December ll, will be cancelled by He number,
The drawing will take piece in pnblio, Decem?
ber 1G, 1871, commenoing at 7 A. M . and con?
tinue nntiltho 721 gifts are awarded. Pay?
ment of awards will oommenoe Deoember 19,
at 9 o'clock A. M. Circulars of awards will be
found at every agency as soon as they can be
issued correctly, ano will also be sent to all'
ticket buyers SB soon as possible. No order
will be filled at main offloe for less than $10..
Nov 10 f 12 .OHAS. R. PETERS, Manager.
BGY THE GENUINE
More than 250 Different Modifications.
A OK NTS ALSO SOB THE BEST AI. A Ult MOM BY
FAIRBANKS Ai CO ,
252 Broadway, New York.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN & CU., .
118 Milk street, Boston..
For sale by leading U&rdware Dealers.
Sept 27 wf 4mo_
Native and Foreign Wines.
SOUPPERNONG, Conocrd, Santeras, Cla?
ret, Champagnes, just received and for
?ale low, by_E. HOPE.
COTTON SEED REFINED Ol-,
lon or barrel. Also, in glaa?
THE UNIVERSAL LIFE
1116 Original Stock Life Inauranco Company of the United States.
HENRY J. FURBER, Vice-Proaidenti JOHN H. BEWLEY. Secretary.
GEORGE L. MONTAGUE, Actuary. E. W. LAMBERT. M. D.. Medical Examiner.
THIS COMPANY offers the followiog?IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES to those
about EFFECTING INSURANCE ON THEIR LIVES:
1. Inauranoe at Stook Ratos, being from 20 to 30 por cent, loaa than tbe ratea charged hy
2. Eaoh Polioy-holder ia rogardcd aa a Stockholder to the extent of ono Annual Promium
on his Policy, and will share jn tho Profite of tho Company to tho eaxuo extent as a Slook
holder owning an equal amount of tho Capital Stock. .
8. Every Polioy laauea by the Company ia non-for roi table, and contains a ?clause atating its
exaot Surrender Yalne.
Before Insuring your Life or accepting the Agency of any Company,
UK.Ali THU FOLLOWING)
A lengthened experience baa demonatrated that the rales of preniiam ordinarily charged
by life iuauranoo companiea aro from twenty-five to thirty per cont, in exceaa of what are ne?
cessary for a safe apd legitimate conduct of tho business. In other worda, carefully and
prudently-managed companiea oharging "mutual" ratea have been able to return to their
polioy-holders from 85 to SO per cent, of tho amount charged for prcmiutne.
When life inauranceoompauiea were first organized, reliability of the data npon whieh pre?
miums were constructed had not undergono toat of experience, lt waa thought, therefore, no
mor? thap oommon prudence to adopt a eoale of premiums which would, iu-any event, meet
all the preaumed ana unforeseen contingencies of tho business.
Aa long aa tho matter was involved in Borne doubt, it waa botter to fix t_te rato too high
than to incur the riek of making it too low; becauso, in the former case, tho error could he
easily remedied, at least in part, ny returning to the polioy-holders, at certain intervals, euch
portion of the premium charged aa waa found ncceaaary for tho purposes of tho buaineBa and
the complete aocurity of the company.
Experience, however, having Batisfaotoiily demonstrated that thcBo rates aro OXCCSB?VO,
what possible exouae can there be for maintaining them?
Availing themselves of thia experience, the Directors and Managers of tho Universal Lift
Insurance Gomp?ny, at its organization, adopted a neale of premiums in accordance there?
with, and which baa proved to be fair and adequate, and all that waa necessary to meet thc
requirements of the business. Theso premiums aro about twenty Ave per cent, lower than
tboao charge by mutual oompaneia.
Italao appeared, inasmuch aa the ratcB ao established were aa near aa could possibly fcc
determined fuir rates, and not in exceBB of what insurance baa previously cont the policy?
holder.} in mutual companiea, that any profita arising iron-Jprudeut management .nally and
properly belonged to the atookholdera of the company, for tho risk incurred by them ir
undertaking the UUO??^&B.
Experience has shown that there aro aonrcoa of profit in the practice of the business which
theory will not admit of being considered as elements in the calculation of tho premiuoia,
These reBUlte form a saving in the mortality of the members of a company owing to the me?
dical aeleotion of good lives, a gain in interest on tho investments of the ct-mpany over thal
assumed in the calculation of its premiums, the profile- derivable from thc Imming and sur?
render of policies by the members, and from other minor sources.
Profita from theae sources, in a company possessed of a capita' of $200,000, and doing a fail
amount of business, would give to the stockholders dividends largely in exacts of what were
counted on by the Directors of the Universal at tho time of ita organization. They have
therefore, determined to divido among tho policy-holders of the company a large part of th<
profita accruing from the sources named, all of whioh havo heretofore boen divided amone
The plan adopted for snob division is aa follows: Every peraon who may hereafter i ns ur?
with tho Universal will, fur tho purposes of division, ho treated aa a stockholder to extent ol
ono annual premium upon hia policy; and tei? share in the profits of the Company topredseli
the same extent as a Stockltolder owning an equal amount of the Copiial Stock.
By this system Of insuranco, original with tho Universal, thu policy-holder secures tho rol?
ling important advan lager-:
1. Insurance at the regular "atook" ratee, requiring a primary outlay of about twenty tc
thirty per cent, less than that charged by mutual companies, aud which ia equivalent to.,
yearly "dividend" paid in ; dvance of that amount on mutual rates. 'J his low cost of insur?
ance ia worthy of attention. Since ita organization. Ibis company bas received io premium!
from its policy-holders the Bum of (1,617,000. To effect the same amount ol insurance in i
mutual company would have coBt them an initial outlay of (2 000,000 By allowing ita policy?
holders to retain, in their own possession, thia excess of (183,000, tho Universal has virtually
paid them a "dividend" of (488,000. and paid lt, too, in advance, instead ol at the end of ont
ormoroyeara. It ia impossible to find any example cf a mutual company furnishing insur?
ance at ao low a coat by returning to policy holders an equal amount upon similar receipts.
2. Participation in the legitimate profita of the company, upon a plau which accurea to thc
palioy-holdera the same treatment which directors and stockholders award to themselves
Thia syeton, of participation, in oonnection with the low "stock" rutes of premiums, mual
necessarily eecuro to the policy-holders every possible advantage to bo derived from prudent
and caromi management.
The low ratea of premium ooo.pel economy, and, independent of participation, guarantee
to tho policy-bolder hia ineurance at a rate wbicb is not iii exceaa of tho cost in well manager
mutual companiea: whilo, hy the proposed plan of participation in what may ho consid?r?e!
the legitimate profits of the business, the coat will bo atilt further diminished.
i bus by the combined advantages arising from low atook rate and participation in profita
it ra confidently believed the UNIVERSAL LICE INSURANCE COMPANY offers insurance al
ita lowes rp raciioablocoet,
aa-Th os o of the existing poRcy-holdera who desire to participa to in profite under tho ne?
plan ban do so hy making application to the head clfico, or to any agents of the company.
The Company is in a sound financial condition.
Ratio of Assets to Liabilities 186 to 100.
S?ry GOODIRELIABLE AGENTS WANTED, who will deal direct with tbe Nev
York Office, and to whom fall general agents' commissions will be paid.
Bl. W. OAKY,
M. C. BUTLER,
Slate Superintendents of Agencies
Office on Richardson street, opposite Columbia Hotel. Columbia. M. C. ?Sept ll
S. STRAUS & BRO.
Ia tho plane where yon can buy
The Best and the Cheapest
CLOTHING: AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
WE are now prepared to exhibit ono of tho moat dioico and select Stocks over offered ir
thia market, and
JLt Astonishing Low Prices.
Our motto ia "QUICK BALES AND SMALL PROFITS." Oct S
W A?* TI tr nfiT nnnnwm nmsnfinsimi
MUM uliLUiUUli u MllUUtUul
THE], BEST IN THE IfflAKKET!
CHOICE and select FAMILY QltOOERJF.B, full assortment ol
Sugars. Coffees-Rio, Java and- Laguayra; Te?s of all kinda
Chocolates, Broma, Spices,-Pickles, Sauces and Table ?jressingi
of all kinds ?nil tlea-riptu nfs, Cht? tr-hap-fc'sgo, Factoiy, Pine?
apples and others..
A lull tte ik ( 1 Ihr 1 < t-t hi arc?* of
In b?rrela and packages, consisting in part of Nonpareil, Madison
and Highland. Also, Oatmeal, Pearl Crist, Hominy, Corn, etc.:
Table and Liverpool Salt, Biscuit and Crackcrft of all kinda, Eng?
lish and American. Potatoes, Onions and other Vegetables lerHunllv on hand to au pp) j
retail trude. A full supply of all kinds of EANCY SO/.rs, including Colgate's best toilet,
and'that for dom ratio purposes/ Canned Gooda of every description. JvUhsaiid Preserves,
best family Butter, Lard, Molasses of-all grades, Meats. Hams, hind Beef, Tongue-, bacon
Strips, Rollies and Hides. Also, a full assortment of FISH, including best Ko. 1 and Mess
Mackerel, and Smoked and Pickled Salinem, etc. Particular at te nt ie n is invile d to, m Toll
T , T A TT O Ti S
Embracing the beet brands, foi eipn and dome st ic. lo le ft und
in the market. . CH AMP AGU PB of al) 'popular brands; Hie ii .c a,
Madeira, Port and'Catawba. Wines of all Linds, and Bitters of
every grade.. Auto, Vngliah, Scotch and Pre int h ALES, of tho./
following brands; McEwan'a, Muir A Sons', Younger'*, c-te. etc. ?jj
Eaneclal a'ttetiHon ia callod to our MONOGRAM and citl>ci Hf
WHISKEYS; th? beat in thc market for family use or medicinal ?f
purposes. Also, to onr BRANDIES, including tho best Divert
PplJeyoieon,, Larrondo Fr?*. Cognac, vintage of 18C5 Aim.
GINS, Palmetto and Bwan brands. All imported and warruntc-tl
8oodj? Albo; we'havo ch liand a full Stock of choice CIGARS and '^^Vtl*?
HEWING TOBACCO, Baglry'a Fine Cnt, tlc. A suck ed RAGGING and COTTON TIES,
and other articloB for plantation uso. In fact, mer yt bing needed orto ho found in a first
class Grocery Store, and at prices to suit the lim?s. We warrant cur goods first clasB, and
invite an inspection of thom.' HARDY SOLOMON,
Oct G Columbia Hotel Block.
GRAND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION!
rpiOKETS to tho Concerta of tho SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO
OIATION ready for sale and dolivory. All orders from the country promptly filled. Agonts
wanted for the Counties of Lancaster, Loxing ton, Spart an burg, Greenville, Abhov ill e. Ooo
nea and Picken?, Apply to . D. GAMBRILL A CO.,
Janee ?* Uensral Agonta, Columbia, 8. C.
-rm i ---
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Reoeived,
IN TE H ES T A LL 0 WED A T TUE HA TE OL
8E VEN PEE OENT. PEE ANN VU.
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER OENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTOS ON AOCO UNTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer, Vlce-Preaident.
A. Qt. Brenizer, Cashier.
J. Ut Bawyer, Assistant Cashier, i
charge of ".ranches.
John. 0. B, Bmltb, Assistant Cashier.
Wads Bampton, WiUlam Martin, A. C. H?o
kell, P. W. MoUaster. John P. Thomas, E. H.
Heinitsb, John B-. Palmer, Thomas ?. Gregg,
Columbi*, ? *
J. BliGr/sgg, Marion.
Qt. T,? Scott,-H?trberry.
W. Q. Marts, Nowborry,
B. H>. RoUadg?, Ghsjdaaton.
?ttoohanics, Laborers, urorae. Widows. Or?
phans arifl 6thofe rn fty h ore - deposit their air*
inga and draw a liberal rate ol intereetthore
on. Plantera? Profos?ionel M*u and Trust?e?
wishing to draw interoat efl. they- funde until
th?y roqnlro th?m for btielneas or other pur.
poses:; Parents desiring tc set apart small
?um? foe their children, and Mimed Women
and Minoro twhoaS.deposits can. only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal ropreaot?tativoo,) wishing to lay
??ids funda for future uao. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their moans
where they wuU rapidly accumulate, and,at
Lhesame time, ha aubjeot to withdrawalwhen
needed. _ Aue 18
Martin's Slicing Sub-Soiler and Seep
THE undersigned having purchased tho
right for thia State to manufacturo and
aoll tho abovo plow, tbe boat and choapest yot
introduced, desires a reliable Agent at ovary
County Court House in the State.
Oct 10_f EDWARD HOPE._
COUNTY CI.AIMH AND J ll Itv CKH.TI
KIGATE8 bought by
Feb & D. OAMBRILL. Broker.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA. 0. C.
Pr?sent Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL,, ?000.000.
Jolm B. Palmer, President.
A. G. Drenizor, Cashier.
O. N. G. Bott, Assistant Cashier.
J. ?11 Gregg, John B. Palmer,P. W. MoMas
ter, B. D. Benn, of B. D. Beon A Bon; G. Vf.
Boarden, of Copeland A Bearden; B.L. Bryan,
of Bryan A McCarter; W. C. Bwaffield, of B.
A W. C. Bwaffield.
F. W. McMaster, Bolioitor.
THIS Bank is now open for the tranaaotlon
of a general banking business. x
CERTIFICATES or DEPOSIT of ourrenoy or
coin, bearing interest at the rate of sereu (7)
per cent, per annum, in kind, will be iaaued,
Deposite from County Officers especially eo
Uoited: also, from lruslees. Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention given to accounts of
City and Country Merchante, and other busi?
ness men, and the usual accommodations ex?
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 the promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den
mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit issued,
I ayable in any of the above places
Drafts on all the prominent cities in the
United States bought and solri.
Banking Houso opposite Columbia Hotel.
Opon from 9 to 8._Feb 28 ly
-fl f\C\ DOZEN AXES.
i.?8 bales Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow Tics.
20 dozen Bailroad Shovels.
200 pairs Trace Chains.
Just received and for sale at lowest market
prloea._L?RICK A LOWBANOE.
American Club Fish.
A DELICIOUS relish; better
and much cheaper than Sardines. For sale
by h. HOPE.
The Charleston Charitable Association
For the Rentr?t of the
FREE SCHOOL FUND.
Incorporated hy Act of Assembly, 1870. Approved March 8, 1871.
Second Grand Single Number Baffle and Distribution Awards.
Awards of United States Gold Bonds, Diamonds, Gold Watches, Jewelry, &c,
For tho Benefit of tho Proa Bchooi Fond, will take place on
S Ai CH DAV, DEC K BI U K Ii ?3, 1871,
At No. 147 Mooting stroet, Charleaton, S. C , at 1 o'clock P. M., in pnblic.
CERTIFICATE SHARES OME BOLLAR!
SCUEDCi K OP AWARDS.
One Award of a act of Diamond Ear-Rings and I'reaatpin-tho Diamonds are largo and
of the purest water. Also, a largo Solitaire Diamond Ring, and a pair of very heavy
Gold Bracelets, with Tassels-designated au No. 1 in the awards, valued at.$2.500
One Award of ono set of Diamond Ear-Rings and Breastpin, large and pure BriBiacta,
richly set-designated aa No. 2 in the awards, valued at.1,250
Ono Award of ono sot of Diamond Ear-Rings and Breastpin, largo Brilliants-desig?
nated as No. 3 in tho awards, valued at. 1,000
Ono Award of one set of Diamond Ear-Rings and Breastpin-designated as No. 4 in tho
awards, valued at. 1,100
Ono Award of one lat go Diamond Cross Bi east pin, large Diamonds -designated as No.
5 in the awards, valued at. . 800
One Award of ?ne rich Cluster Diamond King-designated as No. G in tho awards, va?
lued at. . 400
Ono Award of ono Cluster Diamond Biog, sot oval-designated as Ne. 7 in the awards,
valued at. 300
Ono Award of a Gentleman's Diamond. Cluster Breastpin, large Diamond in centre
designated as No. 8 in tho awards, valued at. 700
Ono Award of sin? le stone Diamond Ring-designated as No. 0 in tho awards, valued at 100
Ono Award nf a Lady's Gold Watch, with splendid Gold Opera Chain and Tassels-de?
signated as No. io in tho awards, valued at. 300
One Award of a Lady'd Gold Watch und heavy Oold Opera Chain-designated as No. ll
in the awards, valued al. 250
One Award of a Lady's Gold Watch and large Gold Chain, with Tassels-designated
as No. 12 in the awards, valued at. 200
One Award of a Lady's Gold Watch and largo Opora Chain, Tasseled-designated as
No. 13 m tho awards, valued at.. 200
One Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch, stem winder, timing fifth and quarter se?
conds, made hy Jorgenson, one of the best timing Watches in the United States,
with massive Gold Chain--design ited as No. 14 in the awards, valued at. 700
One Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch, stem winder, with largo Gold Chain-desig?
nated as No. 16 iu tho awards, valued at. 300
Ono Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch, stem winder, and massive Gold Chain-de?
signated as No. 10 in tho awards, valued at. 300
Ono Award of a Gentleman's Large Gold Hunting Watoh, made by Tobias, with maasive
Gold Chain-designated as No. 17 in the awards, valued al. 300
One Award of a Goutlomaa's Gold Watoh, stem winder, with heavy Gold Chain-desig?
nated as No. 18 in the awards, valued at. 300
One Award of ono Bot of Solid Silver Spoons and Forks-designated as No. 19 in tho
awards, valued at. 200
One Award of one Triple-Plated Tea Set on White Metal, large Plated Watter, ono pair
of Fruit blands, and one pair Cako Baskets-designated as No. 20 ia the awards,
valued at. 200
20 Awards, each of ?50 Unitod States Gold Bonds, new insoo, valued at.1,000
GO Awards, each of oue-lourth of a $100 Gold Bonds, Unitod States, new issue, valued
each at $25. 1,500
All the above awards oan bc examined at tho offices of tho Association, Ne. 147 Meeting
street. Charleston, S. C. All the Diamonds are of tho purest quality, and are large and
mounted in the latest style, and havo been expressly imported by Messrs. Larmour A Co.,
Jewelers, Baltimore. Maryland, for tho Association, and the values named are juat at mar?
ket prices. Tho Ladies aro respectfully requested to call and examine theae beautiful goods.
Remember, every Award mutt be Distributed on the Day ot the Mame to the
The above A wu rd? to be Distributed in Gold Bonds, Diamonds, Watches,
Jewelry, ?bc., In Conformity to Law,
CERTIFICATES ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
Deo 3 For all Orders, ad dr asa L. T. LEVIN, Columbia, S. 0.
The Brooklyn Tdfc Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Faid Up Cash Capital and Assets Two Millions Dollars.
CHRISTIAN W. BOUCK, President. I W. M. COLE, Secretary.
W. II. WALLACE, Vico-President. D. PARKS TACKLER, Actuary.
OFFICE NO. 141 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
JOHN E. BACON, W. P. BUTLER, General Agents and Managers for South Carolina and
AS General Agents, we take pleasure in presenting this well known and responsible Com?
pany to the public, and in recommending it as first elana in everyway. We might add
much more on this subject, but, hoing interested as its Agents, prefer to speak through dis
interested parties, Therefore, read. and.digest tho following notices-among many others
from both Northern atid Southern papers, as to the virtues of this Company:
There ia no better company in the land. A comparison with other corporations of a simi?
lar character will convince all of tho superior safety in taking risks with tho Brooklyn Life.
[ tSolumttus, Ga., Sun, January 27.18G9.
Tho Brooklyn Life liss placed itself in tho vanguard of insurance reform, and is the first
compuuy that has done lull justice to tho insured, Ac.
[Insurance Times, New York, January, 1869.
This gt eat feature of cash surrender values is an important improvement that signalizes
tho era of insurance.-/fa ?e?<7 A Sentinel, N. C.
Tbia plan- guaranteed snrrender values-removes the eole objection existing to making
an application for insurance. Each policy becomes a piece of negotiable paper, as easily trans?
ferred as a Government bond -Boston, Mass., Dost, 1809.
A policy iu the Brooklyn Lifo is worth so much in ready mouey. This is the only life com?
pany that has carriod this excellent feature into business.
[Dispatch, St. Louis, Mo., January 7,1869.
We call especial attention io this distinctive and advantageous feature of guaranteed sur?
render value, particularly characteristic of the Brooklyn Lifo. And also to the fact that
there are no classis in the Brooklyn Life; all faro alike, whether from the North, Sonth, East
or West. Also, wo direct tho attention of the public to tho fact that policies can be obtained
in thia Company, owing to its careful manag? ment and superior advantages, at lower rates
than in any other company of equal rank and solvency in America.
BACON A BUTLER, General Agonis.
Office above Dr. Fisher's Drug Store, Columbia, S. C., and at Edg<field Court Bouse.
Reliablo agents wanted in e very town- SLd Count] in the State, and also ii. tho citv of Au?
gusta, to M hom liberal commissions will bo paid. Nov 4 limo
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
I s vn lim III ii inn i nunn i numil i wu\\]
lil m BfflBMTION ASSOCIATION,
FOR THE PROMOTION OF IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH,
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO., Agents,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. 9 BKIIOS OF CONCERTS
Will bo glvon under the auspices of the
SOUTH CAK0L1NA STATE AGRICILTIM AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY,
AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
COMMENCING Jamiarv 8,1872, at which Drawings will tako placo and distribntions mad?
to Ticket Holders of tho entire
ACADEMY OF MUSIC SUI LUI EG AT CHARLESTON, S. C.,
And c.tsh in various amounts, making in all
\ ?.405 Gifts, Estimated at $600,000.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AT t5 EACH.
I All orders strictly confidential. For roforenccs and full particulars send for Circulars.
. Tho Drafting of this Groat Southern Enterprise will be conducted under the supervision
I of tho following well-known Gnni lumen :
Gen. A. Ri WRIGHT, of Goorgia. Col. B. II. RUTLEDGE, of Sonth Carolina.
; Oon. BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia. Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, of New York.
? Remittance can be made to ns, an J the Tickets will bo sent by return mail by
ill'TIiKlt, CHADWICK, GARY Al CO., Charleston, H. C.
I GEN. M. O. BUTLER. JOHN OHADWIOK. Gan. M. W. GARY.
' Ticket? oan be procured of D. O AMBBILL A CO., Columbia, S. O. Nov 14
Change of Schedule.
YVlLMINOTON, COLUMBIA i ?nuiwi? S. B. Gu.
WlLMTHOTON, N. C., AUGUST 6.1871.
1-,n rTTITTTIIW A FT KU Ibis dato tho
Mr^MJgBKfollowing eobedulo ?ill
I bs rsi* bj trains ca ibis rc id:
SAT KXPBE8B THAIN [DAILY. 1
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot J 8.60 A. H.
Arrive et Florence. 9.18 A. M.
Arrive at KingstUle. 13 20 P.M.
Lebvo Kingsville. 0.10 A.M.
Arrive at Florence. 12 03 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 5.80 P. SI.
HiOHT KIPBE88 THAIN, BUSDAY EXCEPTED.
Leave Wi li n 1 n g ton. 7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 1.84 A. II.
Arrive at Kingsville. 8 45 A. M.
Leavo Kingsville. 8.46 P. M.
Arrive at Florence.11.06 P. M.
arrive at Wilmington. 6 B0A.M.
Ang 9 JOHNX). WIK DEB, Css'i Bup't.
Ohange of Schedule.
OFFICE MOUTH O A BOLIN A S. B. CO,
COMPANY SHOPB. N. v., June 8.1871.
tSsadsTaMft ON and after BUN DAY.
TSS?T=? Jane i, 1871. TRAINS Trill
bo -run over this Hoad in accordance with tho
following TIME TABLE. _
Trains Going East. Trains Weet.
ARRIVE. LE A V?. ABBIYE. LtAVI.
Charlotte 5.85 a ml 8.10 p m
Salisbury 8.08 a m 8.28 ami 6.36pm 6.80pm
Gr'nsb'oll.08amll.l8am 8.25pm 8.85pm
OoBhopl2.40pm 1.05pm 9.56 p m 10.16 p m
Hillsb'ro 2.88 p m 2.S3 p m 11.85 p m 11.87 p m
Baleigb 5.05 p m 1 2.06 a m 2.40 a m
Goldeboro I 7-20 a m
Cbarlotte7.15am I 8.00 pm
8aliab'ry 4.32 a m 4.37 a ml 6.15 pm 6.26pm
Gr'nsb'o 1.25 a ni 1.85 am I 2.10 pm 2.20 pm
OoSbopll.87pml2.02am|12.80 p m 12.50 pm
Uillabrol0.07 p m 10.09 am 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Baleigb 6.58 y m 7.40 a in 8.45 a m
GoIdsVo 8.00 t? ml , " ,
Junee_W. H. OBEEN, M>sVTrana.
Greenville and.Colurhbi? B"??lfoad.
' COLUMBIA, a. C., MAUOB 1.1871.
f3C _ niCOSaS?SBQQ ON aud arter this
WW^rag^Bgdato, the followinK
schedule wiif be run daily, Sundays excepted:
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a. m.
" Newberry.11.16 a. m.
.. Ookeabury.8.00 p.m.
Arrive at Groenv?le.,.6.80 p.m.
Leave Greenville at..6.15 a. m.
" Ookeabury.10.07 a.m.
" Abbeville.8.15 a. m.
" Alston.4.05 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.56 p.m.
THOB. DODAMHAD, Qoneral Sup.
M. T. BARTLETT. General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte. Colombia and Angosta E. B
SUP ERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLOMBIA, 8. C., August 4,1871.
ing schedule will be run over this road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2,
I Leavo Augusta.3.25 A. M. 6.00 P. M
Le&70 Columbia.8.09 A. M. 11.09 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.2.15 P. M. 5.20 A. M
Leave Charlotte.7.40 A. H. 8.15 P. M
Leave Columbia.1.67 P. BI. 2.80 A. M
Arrive Augusta.6.60 P. M. 7 30 A. M
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Bun
days excepted. Both trains make close con
nection to all pointa North, South and West
Through tickets sold and baggage checke?:
to all principal points. Standard time-Wash
ingtou City time, 16 minutes falter than thii
city. E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E. B. DOBSET. Gen. Freight and Ticket Agen'
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAROLINA BAILBOAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Jone 9,1871.
SR mm E?mnnW?fTftl'r Chango of Bcheduli
fl&KSs^S-Hf? to go into effect oi
and after Munday, 11th instant:
MAU. ANO PASSENOEB THAIN.
! Leavo Columbia at.7 40 a n
' Arrive at Charleston at.3.20 p n
I Leave Charleston at.8.20 ac
; l rrive at Columbia at. 8.40 p o
NIGHT EXT BESS, FREIGUT AMO ACCOMMODATE
TRAIN, [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at. .7.58 p r
Arrive at Charleston at.6.45 a s
Leave Charleston at.7.10 pi
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 a c
Camden Accommodation Train will cou
timie to run to Columbia aa formerly-Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdaya.
A. L. TYLEB, vice-President,
j 8. B. PIOKINS, General Ticket Acent.
Schedule on Bine Hid ge Railroad.
?T/1,1 i PI is- 11 Leave Anderson.6.00 P. fil
ySMnH? " Pendleton.7 00 "
-jmTf " Perry vUle.7.46
Arrive at Walhalla.8.80 "
Leave WaUicJla.3.45 A. Id
" Perry ville.4.30
Arrive at Anderson.6.80 "
Waiting at Anderson one honr for the arrivi
jf np train on Greenville and Columbia Roai
July 2 W. H. D. GAILLARD. Sup,
Summer Schedule S. & U. B. B.,
pTgrsaggag DOWN THAIN, UP TBAI?
**B?=SK? Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Loavi
Bpartanburg.. 5 30 5.25
Bateav?U?. 6.00 6.00 4.C3 4.51
Pacolet. 6 08 6.13 4.40 4.41
Jonesville. 6.43 6.48 4.05 4.11
Unionviilo. 7.25 7.50 8.05 8.21
Sanluc. 8.20 8.25 2 80 2.31
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.11
Shelton. 0.15 8 20 1.38 1.41
Eyles' Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.1'
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.50 12.51
Alston. 11.00 12.01
May 24 THOB. B. JETEB. President.
"Motte'? Victoria Tonio Bitten."
For thc cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fevc
Bilious Diseases. General Debility,
and all Impurities of the Blood.
THESE BITTE US have now firmly est
blished themselves in the favor of tl
?iublio and the medical profession. Prepare
rom purely vogetablo ingredients of acknoi
lodged efficacy, their unrivaled and high
tonio, stimulating and prophylactic qualitit
peculiarly adapt them to all cases of Gener
Debility, Nervous Prostration of the Sy
As an excitant of the appetite and a who]
some aid to the process of digestion, tbi
will be found to be very efficacious, wbi
their peculiar medical proporties render the
of unequaled value to those subject to Chil
and Fever, Guug?aiiou, aud other miasmal
These Hitlers will be found most womit
fully beneficial in all cases of Debility and I
regularities of Females. Wheresoever intr
duced, they become a standard article
medicinal staple. Unlike the manynoxioi
stimulants advertised, they brace and forti
tho system without exciting undue curebr
action. They are without doubt the best t
nie and constitutional renovator ever offen
to the public. MOTTE A TABBANT,
Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors,
Nowberry, 8. C.
Sold by E. H. HEINITSH, Columbia, 8. C.
. Sept IC_6mo
Canned Goods! Canned Goods!
"j Ptrk CASES fresh CANNED GOODS, lu
X?J\J received, consisting In part as folio'
Covo and spiced Oysters, Salmon, Lt
stern, eto. For sale by
Pot 1_JOHN AGNEW A SON
4TUBS Virginia Valley BUTTER,
6 tubs Mountain Butter.
3 tubs fine Goshen Butter.
All nico and fresh and for sale LOW.
.Pet I L?RICK A LOWRANCE
SPECIAL, ATTENTION given to theo
lection of Commercial Paper, Inter
on State and Railroad Bonds aaa 8tocks, a
Conversion of St ato Securities, by
Nov 29 Gmo B>, O AMBRIL!,, Brokei