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?rBook and Job Printing of ovorydoeorip
.ioa promptly ?nd faithfully attended to. \
. : isiki .J -i f Anyt?TiaEimrxB I /tt J
[watted to *hiX>%|lJ *t ?^W^??flWre
portion. , Itqug advertisements by tho we>k,
month or year, at reasonable rates, j
?..W>ekly, j. ?qv,,i,lt.,;,>-> t i ,, ,; "" I ;
? , ?>J<Alu? Q,nl H'Alut.1' '
I'vo long nineo lcarnod to cast my oyea . 1
1 On things that yonngor men despise.
: Black hair to mo is only black,
Unless its wearer proveth true; ,
* ' Unless they Bpare the lover's rack,
.Brno eyes to me aro only blue
For who loves me ls.lovely, j
X cannot praise the lip's red hue
Unions it murmurs....Ahl but you
Know well enongh the words that I
Would wish-so fondly wish-to hear;
You know the honey of .th*t sigh,
The sweetness.of that Bolt "JlyDcar"
Bho that loves mo is lovely.
Her bosom may be white-Ah, mel
! How white their bosoms some tim CA bel
Yet, when it throbs to o very word .
That wears tho warmth of t?nder tones,
...I Bhun tho poc4'eo-eftert stirred. ' ,
And loavo fair Blanoho for plain Miss Jones
She that loves mo ie lovely..
. . Horace Greeley lately recommended
the prairie farmers of Minnesota' to
utilize the strong* winds which prevail in
that section to do sonve of their work;
They declined, however, urging as a
reason.that Congress would lovy Q pro?
hibitory tariff on the wind os being of
foreign origin. , , ,
? Nashville cow got disgracefully
drunk over ' 'a half-barrel of spoiled'
brandy peaches, and died in a state or
beastly intoxication. If she could have
survived her debauch, she would proba'
bly have given milk punch' the rest of
. It is said that "a Scotch minister re
fusod baptism to the ohild of a man who
sells milk on Sunday ." And now,;supp
p?so tho mm should refuse milk to tho
' minister for baptising on Sunday, what
would that very pious minister-do? ? ,
'"'/a. Louisiana man dreamed of burglars
H su? buu? his wife. in. his sleep. He
thought that the cheapest stylo of di?
vorce and quite os efficacious.
An unlucky ohap replied, on being
asked what he cleared on a certain specu?
lation, "Nothing, bnt my pOokets."
QAA finn PEET OF LUMBER,
OV/U.UMvl CO.OOO foot of well sea?
soned Flooring oh hatid. ' v- .
Orders for Lath, and all kinds Lumbar flllod
at short notice. Apply at onr Lumber Yard,
on Lady Btreet and Greenville RaUrgad,'or"
Address W; LOWRY 4 CO., . i)
Oat 23 Brno . Box 130j Colombia, $. ?._
To the Publie.
THE STATE CAPITAL RESTAURANT will
be kept open all night after MONDAI',
Deoomber ll, for the accommodation of tho
traveling public and meals will be served at
all hours of the day and night._Doc 5
Dogs for Sale.
A ONE yoar old English SETTER,
?MS3 thoroughly trained. Two six
months old Puppies, thorough-brods-propor
Age for training. Nine suckling Pups,
Blaok and Tans and Bull Pupa to order. Ap?
ply to 0. R. FRANKLIN.
DeoC_' ' '
THE undersigned* has taken up
a position noar his old stand, on
_ pMftln street, and is again propared
to supply his customers with good LIQUORS,
choice WINES, etc LAGER on draught.
SEQ ABS and TOBACCO of heat quality. The
RESTAURANT will furnish OYSTERS and
OrheT substantials In season. Schweitzer Case
at all times. .'. A. STORK.
Nov 8_. _3mo
Read! Bead!! Bead!)!
STATE CAPITOL RESTAURAN T.
Near corner Main and Bridge Streets.
?fitt/l} OYSTERS in every style
^UjABTRoaBted, StoWod Fried and
^"<"r Broiled. Good Liquors, fine
Wines, imported Cigars. . ? i
N. B. Private SUPPER ROOMS.
FRANKLIN & FINE.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
IS once more open to tho public, under
[tho superintendence of Mr. R. BARRY.
' The reputation of the houso will be kept
up. August SI
The Exchange House.
(?&/l"^w"ELL kLown as "thc placo'
^^MiSP'whoro tho host of drinkables]
and eatables aro; furnish od, hr_
in the fall 'tide of prosperity. The wholo
boase has been put in perfect order, And tho
proprietors guarantoo that guests can obtain
all the delicacies of the season-OYSTERS..
FISH, GAME, etc.
Oct 12 PAY8INQER & FRANKLIN.
Oysters in Every Style.
i MY R e s t au r an t i s 5 n o fd o ff o r tho
'winter season, and OYSTERS and
... o th or Refreshments will be furnish?
ed at short n'otioe. "How will you havo' them
-fried, roasted or stewed?" G. DIEKOKS.
Oct 20 _ t_
"I rif \ BOX?S assorted CRACKERS.
lUU 100 boxes assorted 'Canoed Ooods.
CO bozos Soap. ,
BO boxes Candy.
CO boxes Candles.
200 barrels Flour.
60 barrels Whiskey, coming in and in store,
and to whioh we invite the attention of the
trado._L?RICK &> LOWRANCE.
The Dexter Stabjes.
THE undersigned havo re?
moved their Stables to the now
? building, immediately South of
"^???iJanney's Hall, and, with a ndw
^ fatook of CARRIAGES. B?O
G1K8 ana fine HORSES, are prepared io an?
swer all calls that may be made upon thom.
Horses bought and sold on coinmlsaion. .
Persons in want of good stool:, are invited to
give ns a call. Liberal advances mado on
stock loft for sale. BOYCE & CO.
W. H, RnvflB.
C. H. PKTTiKon.ii._Jan 24
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY"& CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants. ?
CHARLOTTE. N. C. "'
SOLICIT orders tor.COTTON, Corn, Flour, ?
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Grooorlca;
generally. Orders filled carefully and prompt- 1
IVj_ ' . . ? ._YeuW lyr
WE have received a largo supply of tho
following goods, which we are offering
at low prices:
Wholo, half and quarter boxes RAISINS,
Nqva3" _JOHN AGNEW.& BON.
?tf\ HALF OJBJB8TS assorted TEA. Though
1\J the prico lu market bas advanced If} nor
cent.', wo sflcocBOToTin gottWg^bflr Xhgust bill
dmalicated, which wo offer at samoprlo? as
beloro. L?RICK ?jj LOWRANCE.
*7K BUSHELS choico RED SEED WHEAT,
4 O for sale by E. HOPE.
Y .... !) FQRM&8*Jr'h>
youthful appearance?*** ejfed?etta ?Wiprtot,
?ventxJ&ndrulI; ta promxn^a^BJSoroWtH of the
Bahr.and ?Jot-> iU>A^gptt?,E?fe%^?K:T
?>u* BUbsUW. t^^r^*^1* t?rTtne
place o? all tho elf rt? aid unpleasant prepara
?iona .now?in UBU. : Numerous testimon?ala
have boenvaent UB. from, mauj ?pJnour.moet
?rom i ne ut,citizens. In pyorythiog )n which
ho ar liol to now IU.UQO aro objecttonabba.
Cry et al Discovery ia ported. It I? Warranted
to contain neither Sugar of Lead. Saiph ur or
ifiitfato of Salver.;, jiaWnpt Boutheelothea
or Boalp, ia.agreeably,,porfto?B.d j|nd.rmakfiB
one of tha-dpardrW?W&a/oTtn? Saft^ nae.
-It restorestno color of the'Halp^more-pjer
foct and uhlTormly than' any Other propara
.tiond\aad<?ffayq does snin>frpM**W-H>toa
idays, virtual? foodlng too -toola of Die ?air
with:All th?tot?rlsmng! qd?TmeB^ebJtfsBary to
ita gWwthafid healthy eonditlo?rit Testarea
. the dooav?d and Induces a haw growth o? tho
! H air, moro positively; th** |h??*mn*e?Jsev. Tho
application ol this,wonderful dla?pvory also
proV ?. n'casaht abd CAoUng effodt on ,tho
Boaip,'and p5ves:tbo H?ir a'ploaBin'g and elo
IganC appoaranoe..rnolfino-t? ?
Wo call ?Bp)Doial attention, todhe Xact that a
limited number of small, trial.bottles can be
had by thoso?wfshibg to.tfy.it,, Yo?, will no?
tice that in pursuing this-coarse; our aim is
to c?nVincfoby tho actual merits of the art-ole.
ARTHUR NATTANT Inveutor-and Propri?
etor, Washington, !>. .int iJzKin.Oalum
bia by Dr.,0.4L' MiDT, a?id Dru?gists geno
rally. . ? . ' .? 'X?v iij?y
Price, $45 Cxtsli- with Us?ft^dv?inccfdr Time:
TMPER?ENOE- In'ttfd'uBO of'tbis GUANO
? vi for tho past six years i? this Ht ate, for
Cotton and Cern, baa eu Jar.. established ita
character for oxcolloiioo as to render cota
mont unnecessary. ( ... .
' In- accordance -with^ho'oBtabUBhod polioy of
tho Company, to. fnrnie'h tho best Concentrat?
ed Eerliliz.or.at the lowest c?at to consumers,
thia Guano ia put into, market thia ,aoaBon at
tho abovo reduced pr?'co, whioh tho Company
is enabled to do by reason,of ita large facili?
ties and tho roduoeu cost bf manufacture. '
I The supplies, put into,markat tbia> so?aon
are, BB h?Ro?oforo^jpSeparad under thubor
aonal superintendence, of Br. St. Julien Bavo
nol/Ghoml?t of the* Company, at Charleston,
8. 0.| -heneo planters nifty rest assured that
ita. quality and'Composition ia precisely tho
saino ns that lier, tetero sohl.
At tho present low "price, every acre plan tod
can bo fertilized with 200 pounds bf Guahp, at
a cost not exceeding -tho - present value of 30
pounds of cotton, while exportarme has abo wu
thal under favorable. CQndUipu pf freapon and
cultivation, thu crop ia mcjoaaed ;by tho ap?
plication h opi two '. to'aUr!i esToid'inHi natural
capacity oM?io s?llrfyflMe flatter no condition
could ita .application f?lh'.tolcoAipena?to for
tho outlay. Agpfoto. J-.N.. 1CO.SBUN. '
"Agent Pacific Quail ? Cbnjpanv,
Ko?. C8 Eaat Ray and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
' '?:- ' ? Charleston, ti. C.
JOHN ti. REES li A CO., Uenoral Agents.
Nov OD .. Smo
New Stationery House
E. R STOKES
HAS jost opened, in tho now and handsome
building immediately opposite tho Pncc
Nri ellice, on Slain etroet, a c?mplete stock of
Comprising . Letter; Cap and - Kolo Paper-, of
hil Surds, qnalUioa and. of .every description;
Fhvt .-Papera of .Cap^ Demy, Double-Cap, Me?
dium', Royal, Niipur-Royal, und Imperial sizes,
which will bo sold in" any qn?ntity, or manu
facburod into Blank Rooke 'of any sizo, and
ruldd to any. pattern, and houhd in any i style,,
at short notice. ,' .-?.
In ondlcBB variety-all sizes, colors and quali?
ties. . ** t ;
; BLANK BOOKS
Ot 'evory variety, Memorandum and- Pass
Books, Pocket Rooks, Invoice and Letter
Books, Bocoipt Books,rNot?,Books. - ?
ABOHlTEOTfi' abd DRAUGHTSMEN will
Odd a comploto stock bf. materials for their
use. -Drawing Paper, in sh?sts and rolls.
Bristol Boards, Poe tal Paper and .Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Wi.ter Colors, in cakoB and
boxes, Rruahoa, Graycna, Drawing Pens.
Of evory dos erip t ion ; a great vrriety of conve?
nient and Usef lil articles for ?JO th Te achers and
Pupils. ? A ':
Photograph. Albums, Writing Desks, Port?
folios, liabas, with boxos, and a countless
variety Of '
Also, a most elegant-Ktoct-of Gold Pens and
Pencil Casts, suporbly-mountod Rubber
Gooda. ? !
. , ?NKS. . i. .
Black, Rino, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying: Mucilage: Obesa and Backgam?
mon ^len'ptfd'BoardB; VfBlting and Wedding
Cards, and everything usually, kept in a
FIRST CLASS STATIONERY HOUSE,
Which tho Proprietor intends this sbaU?bo.
Ho will still conduct bia BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANTJtfAOTOBY and Pi .FER?
RULING ESTABLISHMENT, which baa boon
in successful operation for over thirty years in
this State. anu to whioh he will continuo to
devote biso wu personal attention Hia stock
will bo kept np full and oompleto, and hie
Erices will bo found always reasonable, and
o hopes to have a sharo of patronage.
E. lt. STOKES, Main street,
Nov 8_Opposite Pnuawjx Ofllco.
M. H, BERRY'S ^
, ' i Main Street, near Pfadn.
NOW on band and daily ro
3r^?^5tf/??ivmK fmm tho manufac?
tories of New York, BoBton,
Cincinnati and Louis vii le, the
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE evor kept in thia mark, t, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Ruom Suits; 200 Bodstoads of di Ht rent
patterns, hi Walnut'und Imitation; also, tho
celebrated Georgia 8p)it-bnttom Chairs.
All' kinds of MATTRESSES made toordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
Bhortoat notice and in the best manner.
Terms cash and Goodscheap. Oct 30
To tho Ladies.
THE riUZE MEDAL was
awarded to Mrs. C. E. REED,
Main street, Columbia, for tho
beat HATS at tho Fair of the
South Carolina Agricultural and
Mechanical Society. Shoalaohas
:a fall Biipply of BONNETS, Hats,
Ribbons, Flowers, Hair, Eura, Cloaks, and
everything naiially kopt in a hrsl class Milli?
nery Establishment. Tho Ladiea of Colum?
bia and elsewhere will please call and seo for
tbonpjelvea. Oro wu solicited. Trices re
4do-0d.j;>j: ?_: . |... ,N"T W
BUY THE GENUINE
Moro than 280 Different Modifications.
tOENTS ALBO VOn TUR UESX AnABM MONEY
FAiaOANKS A CO.,
252 Broadway, New York.
FAIIIUANU9, BROWS * co..
118 Af/ifc street, Boston.
For salo by loading Hardware Dealors.
Sopt 27 wf imo_,
.Martin's Slicing18ub-Soiler and Deep
. Tiller TIow.
THE undoraignod having pu rob as d tho
right for this State to manufaotu -o and
B?lt tho abovo prow, tho best and choapo.'t yot
introduced, desires a reliable Agent at c 'cry
County Court House in tho Stato.
Oct 10 EDWARD HOPE.
PARIS PAVai?N j
' yjl?l, EXpiBJTJ AT' COLUMBIA yj
Tutnilnytiud Wednesday, Deo. AO ?nd ?0,
' AFTERROON AKD XVEHIMO,
ETBODUCLNG tho Grandest and Qr OR toni
Lropio Entertainment over presented in
Amor?o?, embracing Gorgeous Military and
Oivio Pageants, Tournament?, National
Grand Entres, Patriotic Tableaux Vivant,
Aboriginal Pampas, Boones and Shifting Liv?
ing Pictures of Bewildering Beauty, and in?
troducing tho most complete company of
celebrated artistes that bas ever been congre?
gated for Equestrian and Olympian Pastimes,
All the best features of the Gymnasium.
gntertainments of untold merit, nuder tho
amediate management 6f
' OLD DAN BIOE,
Who will most positively appear at each ex?
hibition, in bis old time character of the Na?
tion's Humorist, and introducing bis Brute
Actor B, the world renowned "Blind Horso Ex?
celsior, Jr.," Stophen A. Douglas, and origi?
nal notorious Clown Mules, Pete and Barney,
.Prominent among the carefully choaon
company aro the renowned Fronch Clown,
Tho groat English Jester, ana
Pantomimo-Clown, and Funniest of Folt
THE ORE AT NELSONS.
Tho wonderful Sensation Bare-back and
W. H.. MO ROAN.
MISS LIZZIE MARCELLUS,
Tho Queen of tho Arena.
Tho wonderful OvmnaBt,
ir. W. NICHOLS,
An accomplished Equestrian of tho Old
And his Troupe of Seven Educated Dugs.
Nothing over eeon like thom,
THE INFANT WONDERS,
ARTHUR AND ROBERT,
Ouly sit and seven years old, yet performing
a series of Death-Defying, Dual Flying Tra?
peze Evolutions and Mid Air Somersaults.
THE OL Y MP IA NS,
In their Great Classical Doublo Act,
W. G. MILES..
MRS. JENNIE TEE WOLLA,
; MRS. NELSON,
Character Equestriennes, and a large aux?
in i arv force or diversified drat class talent.
Exhibitions at 2 and 8 P. M. Doors open at
1 and 7. Admission-Adults. 75 couts. Chil?
dren, under ten yoars, 25 cents.
Dec U 8. E. CRANE, Agent.
??ttfeg .II i nur, lip ~ ?' "i" n j i
errizfiNS' SAVINGS BATTE
Deposita of $1 and tipwajdi, Received,
/?V THU EST ALLO WED AT THE MATE Ol
SEVEN FEB OE AT, J? EH ANN UH,
UN (JXJi TIFIQA TESjQF&ETo??T,
AND SIX PS ll OXNT. COU
PU UND EU BVEltF- BIX
. MONTHS ONAOOO UN TB,
Wm. Martin, President.
J olm B. Palmer, Vloe-Presidout.
A. Q. Brenizor, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, . Assistant Cashier, i
charge of Branches.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Marth), A. C. Has?
kell, F. W. MoMaster, lohn P. Thomas, E. H.
Hoinitah, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Boott,Newberry.
W. G. Mayes. Newberry.
B. H. Bntledge, Charleston.
Daniel Baronet, Jr.. Charleston.
EMechasiea. Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may hore deposit theire&v
Inga and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Plantors,-Professional Mon and Trastees
wishing to draw interest en their i urida until,
they require thom xor business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to set apart small
tums for their ohildren, and Married Women
nod Minore (whose deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in oase cf death, by
Lheir legal representatives,) wishing to lay
asido funds for future ase. aro bore afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdrawalwhen
OEM AL NATIONAL BANK
OP COLUMBIA. S. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
? ? ?
AUTHOB1ZED CAPITAL, 8GOO.?O?.
John B. Palmor, President.
A. G. Brenizer, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. EU Gregg, John B. Palmer, F. W. McMas
tor, B. D. Semi, of B. D. Senn A Son; G. W.
Beardon, of Copeland A Beardou; B. L. Bryan,
of Bryan ?c. MoCarter; W. C. SwafUeld, of lt.
A W. 0. Swaflield.
F. W. MoMaster, Solicitor.
THIS Bank is now open tor tho transaction
of a general baulung business.
C KUTI vin AT ns OF DKI-UHIT of currency or
coin, bearing interest at tho rate ot seven (7;
per cont,.per annum, in kind, will ho issued.
Deposits from County Officero especially so?
licited; also, from Trustees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Hen, and others.
Particular intention ?ivon to accounts of
City and tlouutry Merchants, Mid tither busi?
ness men, and the usual accommodations ex?
Notes, Bl?s of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, Hoads, O old, hilotr bought and sold.
Hulilated Cu- rettcy purchased at a small
Sight Drafts drouin direct on all thc promi?
nent placee in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit iesuod,
I ayable in any of tho abovo places
Drafts on all tho prominent cities in the
United States bought and sold.
Banking Houtso opposite Columbia notel.
Open from 9 to 8._Fob 28 ly
Pickles, Fruits and Vegetables,
i tZf\ DOZEN, in glass and cans, of the
L'JU ob nicest kinds, as follows: Engliah
l'iccaliii and Chow Chow; California Apricots
and Bartlett Pears; Pino Apples, fresh Poach?
es, Plums, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Green
Corn, Asparagus, Spanish Olivoe, Caners'
Worcester,Sauco, French and English Mus
?ard, Dessicated Cocoanut, Chocolate Paste,
'sscncu Coffee, Ac; all fresh and for sale low
for caah; _E. HOPE.
t ?^X?^XDOZEN AXE8.
l.\JxJ 40 bales Bagging.
? 200 bandies Arrow Tics.
20-dozen Railroad Shovels.
200 u ai rn Trace Chains.
Just received and for BS!O at lowest market
prices._L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
OLD BANK BIL,LS und MUTILATED
CURRENCY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Cmo D. GAMBRILL. Broker.
"5 *. i . ? ?
mn REE VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLES aro offered by tho Sulphuric Acid and Suporphoe
A pbato Company of Charleston, B. C., viz:
A completo Manure, adapted ta Cotton, Crain and Tobacco, being the woll-knoKn article
heretofore offered at the very high grado of fifteen per cent, dissolved bono Phosphate of
Limo, with tho addition, as heretofore, of Peruvian Guano, Ammonia and Potash. Price
$55 per ton, if paid on or before tho 1st of April next, and $G0 por ton, payable 1st November,
1872, without iutorcst
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
A now article of thc same high grade of doluhlo Phosphate, compounded with the ele?
ments of Cotton Seed in such a manner as to insure ono of tho beat Fertilizers for Cotton
and Grain, at a lower price than the Etiwan Guano. Price $40 por ton, if paid on or before
tho let of April next, $45 por ton, payable November 1st, 1872, without intorest.
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE.
Averaging from eighteen to tirent y per ct ul. af Dissolved Bone Phosphate, and thus enabling
tho planter, by composting, to obtain two tons of half that grade at a saving of one-fialf
coal and freight. Prico $35 per ton, if paid on or bofore tho Int of April next; $40 por ton,
payablo 1st November, 1H72, without interest.
TAKE NOTICE-That all theso Fertilizers aro (of tho highest grade oj Soluble Phosphate,
and must help for moro than ono year. |
WM. C. BEE & GO., General Agents, Charleston, S. G.
li. O'NEALE t0 SON, Agents al Columbia, JS. C. Dec 10 \3mo
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
PROPERLY apnrooialing tho necessity of fostering the planting interest of tho South,
resolved in tho outset to offer their Fertilizers at a price which would placo them
witliiii tho reach of every planter. They uffer their
A completo Atnmoniatcd Fertilizer, at $45 cavil, or $50 on a credit to tho 1st of November
next, with approved city acceptance. Tho
For composting with Cotton Seod ur Stablo Manuro, is now offered at tho vory low prico of
$25 cash, or $30 on crodit as above. This is highly recommended by plautors who used it
last yoar to their entiro satisfaction. WM. BAVEVEL, Provident,
J. D. AIKEN,
Goneral Agont. No. 5 Contral Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
J. M. BLAKELY, Agont at Columbia, S. C. Doo 10 f8mo
STSTR?US <& BRO.
Is tho placo where you can buy
Thc Best and the Cheapest
CLOTHING AND CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
WE aro now prepared to exhibit ono of the most choioo and select Stocks ovor offered in
this market, and
At Astonishing Low Prices.
Our motto is "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS." Oct 8
.un as mm
.. .. 1- OHOI0B?nd!?^**iStat<SliO0?BIIBi ifau< aMoMmentJot
^ilfciS^^JV Bag*T, CoffeeB-t?o.i.J?T?. md Lakufcjr?; ? Tea? pf ?ll kind?;
j^a^?^BItaA,. Chooolatce, Broma, 8pkep,.PIcklw, Sauces end Table Dressing;
jjg?^M^jBKg^ o? ?ll kinda and . des'riptioas.- Cliecuf-Pap-Sago, Fhotuiy, Piue
?^^^^?SB^^?^^ ^A^uMstcck^Mbfe-btBl biardaof
^^^^^ FAMILY FLOUR,
^??^^JtaS^X In barrels and packagua, coDeiirUcK In part of Nonpareil, Madlaon
T^JT^l^paBy*^ and Highland. Alao.,0*tineal, Piarl Griat, Hominy, Corn, etc.;
1 : Table and Liverpool Salt, . Blafcuit and Crackers of all kinds, Eng
lieh and American. Potatoes, Onions and other V?getab]?a constant ly on band lo supply
retail trndo. A fnll supply of all kinds of EAKCY HO?PH, including' Col Kate's best toilet,
and that for domestic purposes. Canned Goods of every description. JelUcaaad Pr?serv?e,
best family Botter, Lard, Molasses of all grades, MoaJl?. Hat?s.DHt.d Bktt Tongues, B?oou
Btrips, Bellies arid Bides. , Ahjp, a full assortment of FIBH, incltttjng best No. 1 and Mesa
Mackerel, and Smoked ?nd Pickled" Salmon, oto. Particular atttntit-n is invited to our full
etook bf .I. _ _
L I Q U O R 'S ,
Embracing the best branda, foreign and domestic, to be found
in tho market. OHAMPAGNBS-of all popular brands: Rheims,
Madsira, Port and Catawba Wines.oi ail] kinds, and Bitters of
overy grade. Also; English,; Scotch and' Bremen ALES, of ?be.
following brands: McEwan's.'Muir AVBona', Younger'*, ?lo., etc. j
Especial attention ie called to our. MONOGltAM and other
.WHISKEYS, tho beet in l be market for family use or medicinal'
pnrpoBcs. Also, to our BRANDIES.' inolu?rng the best Divert
Pellevoisqn, Larroude Tree".' Co-gfcac.. vintage of 1805. Also.
GIN3,-Paimotto and Swan brands. All imported and warranted
Sooth- Also, we have cn hand a full stock of. choice CI GARB and
HEWING TOBACCO, Bagley's Pine Cut; etc. A steck of BAGGING and OOTTON TIES,
and other articles for plantation HBO. In fact; everything peech d or to'be found in a first
alas* Orocej*y Store, and at prices to adit the times. We warrant our goods first class, and
invito au infection of them. HABDY BOLOMON,
Oct G Columbia Hotel Block.
The Charleston Charitable Association
For tho Benefit of tho
FREE SCHOOL FUND.
Incorporated by Act of Assembly, 1870. Approved March 8, 1671.
Second Grand Single Number Baffle and Distribution Awards.
Awards of United States Gold Bonds, Diamonds, Gold Watches, Jewelry, &c,
For the Benefit of tho Free School Fund, will take place on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 93, 1871,
At No. 147 Meeting street, Charleston, B. G., at 1 o'clock P. M., in public.
CERTIFICATE SH ABES ONE DOLLAR!
HCUKDULE OF AWARDS.
Ono Award of a set of Diamond Ear^flings and Breastpin-tho Diamonds are largo and
nf tho unrest water. Also, a large Kol j taire Diamond Ring, ?nd a pair of very heavy
Gold Bracelete, with Tassels-designated as No. 1 in the awards, valued at.$2,COO
Ono Award of ono set of Diamond Ear-Ttinga and Breastpin, largo and pure Brilliants,
richly aet-designated as No. 2 in tho ?wards, valued at.1,250
Ono Award of one aet of Diamond Ear-Rings and Breastpin, largo Brilliants-desig?
nated as No. 3 in the awards, valued at.1,000
Ouo Award of ono sot of Diamond Ear-King* and Breaetpin-designated as No. 4 in the
awards, valued at. 1,100
One Award of one lat go Diamond Cross Breastpiu, largo Diamouds-designated as No.
5 in tho awarda, valued ut. .
Ono Award rich dualer Diamond Ring-designated so No. 6 in tko awards, valued at..
One Award Cluster Diamoud Ring, set oval-designated as No. 7 lo awards |valued at..
One Award of a Gent toman's Diamond Cluster ttruaatpiu, largo Diamond in centre
designated aa No. 8 in the awards, valued at.
Oue Award of Mingle M tone Diamond Rin?-designated ?a No. Oin the award?, valued at
Ono Award of a Lady'a Gold Watch, with splendid Gold Opora Chain and Tassels-do
HiKiist1 d an No. 10 in the awards, valued at.
Ono Award of a Lady's Gold Watch and heavy Gobi Opera Chain-designated as No. ll
in thu awarda, valued at . 250
One Award of a Lady'a Cold Watch ?nd largo Gold Chain, with Tassels-designated
as No. 12 in the. awards, vu hied at.
Ono Award of a Lady's Gold Watch and largo Opera Chain, Tasseled-designated as
No. 13 in tho awards, valued at. .t.
Ono Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch? item winder, timiuj; fifth and quarter BO
conds, made by Jorgen son, ODO of tho beat timing Watches in the United States,
with massive Gold Chain-designated as No. 14 in tho awards, valued at.
One Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch, stem n hider, with large Gold Chain-d?sig?
n?t ed aa No. 15 in the awarda, valued at. SOO
Ono Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch, stem winder, and maeslve Gold Chain-de?
signated aa No. 16 in the awards, valued at.... .
ODO Award of a Gentleman's Largo Gold Hunting Watch, made by Tobias, with massive
Gold Chain-designated aa No. 17 in tho awards, valued at.
Ono Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watcha Htom winder, with heavy Gold Chain-desig?
nated aa No. 18 in the awarda, valaca ut. -?.
Ono Award of ono aet of Solid Silver Spoons ami Forks-designated aa No. 19 in tho
awarda, valned at.
One Award of ono Triple-Plated Tea Set on White' Metal. largo Plated Waiter, one pair
Fruit Stands, and one pair Cuko Baskets designated as No. 20 in Swards, valued at
20 Awards, each of $50 United 8t atea Gold Hoed*, new issue, valued at. 1,000
00 Awarda, ?otoh of one-ionrth of a $100 Gold Bonds, United States, nsw issue, valued
each at $25... 1,500
All the above awarda can be examined lat Hie offices of the Association, No. 147 Meeting
street. Charleston, H. C. All tho Diamonds are of ibo purest quality, and'are large.and
mounted in the latest style, and hayo boen expressly imported by Monars. L&rmour & Co.,
Jeweler.-, Baltimore. Maryland, for the Association, and the valaca camed aro just at mar?
ket prices. The Ladies are respectfully requested to call and examino these beautiful goods.
lt cm etulicr, every Award UUK lie Dlilrlhutcd on tl?e Day or th? ?taffle Io the
The above Avrurila Co be Dratrlbaitcit Sa Oom Honda, IHainonrts, Wolchen,
Jewelry, &c, in Conformity tn Law.
CERTIFICATES ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
Dec 3 For all Orders, address L. T. LEVIN, Columbia, S. C.
The Brooklyn Life Insurance Company,
OP NKW YOBS.
Paid Up Cash Capital and AEBOts Two Millions Dollar?.
CHRISTIAN W. BOUOK, President. I W. M. COLE, Secretary.
W. H. WALLACE, Vioo-Preaident. D. PARKS FACKLER. Actuary.
OFFICE NO. lil BROADWAY, NEW YORE.
JOHN E. BACON, W. P. BUTLER, General Agopta and Managers for South Carolina and
AS Genera) Agenta, we take pleasure io presenting thia well known and responsible Com?
pany to tho public, and in recommending it as jirst class in every Way. We might add
much more ou this subject, but, being interested as it s Agents, prefer to speak lb routh din -
interested parties. Therefore,Tcad and digest the following notions-among m any ot beru
from both Nort/u-rn and Southern papers, as to the virtues of this Company:
There ia no better company in tho laud. A comparison with other corporations of a simi?
lar character will convince all of xho-superior safety in taking risks with the Brooklyn Life.
[Columbus, Qa., Sun, January 27.18C9.
Tho Brooklyn Lifo has placed itself In the vanguard of insurance reform, and is the first
company thai has done Pall justice to tho insured, Ap.
[Insurance Hines, New York, January, 18C9.
Thia gi cat fca turo of cash surrender values is ab important improvement that signalises
the era of insurance.-Raleigh Sentinel, N.-C.
Thia plan-guaranteed surrender values-romoves the sole objection existing to making
an application for insurance. Koch policy becomes apiece of negotiable paper, as easily trans?
ferred as a Cocemment bond.-Boston, Joass., Fost, 1869.
A policy in the Brooklyn Life is worth BO muoh in ready money. This is the only life Com?
pany that has carried this excellent feature into boniness.
[ Dispatch. St. Louis, Ko., January 7, I860.
Wo call especial attention lo this distinctive.and advantageous feature of guaranteed sur?
render value, particularly characteristic of the Brooklyn Life. And also to the fact that
there aro no ciaseis io the Brooklyn Lifo: all fare alike, whether from the North, South, East
or Woat. Also, wo direct tho attention of the public to the fact that policies can be obtained
in thia Company, owing to its careful management and superior advantages, at lower rates
than in any other company of equal muk and solvency in America.
BACON A BUTLER, General Agents.
Cilice above Dr. Fisher's Drug Ht ere, Columbia, B. C., and at Xdg't field Court House.
Reliable agents wanted in evsry town and County in the State, and alsoin the city of Au?
gusta, to whom liberal commhaione v>ill be paid. Nov 4 Snio
THE SOtrtH CAROXtlNA
Lill ill llltlATION ASSOCIATION,
FOR THE PROMOTION OF IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH,
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO., Agents,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A aerie* or CONCERTS will be given uriderfibe auspices of iii?
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY,
AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
COMMENCING January 8,1872, at which Drawings will take placo and distributions made
to Ticket Holdere of the ontire .
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING AT CHARLKS1 ON, S. C.,
And cash in varions amounts, making in all
2,405 aift?7 Estimated at ?500,000.
l."!0 OOO SEASON TICE^STS CF ADMISSION AT SS EACH
All orders strictly confidential. For references and full particulars sond for Circulars.
Thu Draging of thia Great Southern Enterprise will be condnoted under tho supervision
of tho following well-known Gentlemen:
Gen. A. I?. WRIGHT, of Georgia. Col. B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Gen. BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia. Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, of New York.
Remittance can be made to us, an i the Tickets will be sent by return mail by
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARV Hi CO., Charleston, 8. C.
OKN. M. C. BUTLER. JOHN CHADWICK. GEH. M. W. GARY
Tickets can bo procured of D. GAM BRILL it CO., Columbia, a C. Nov 14
GRAND" PRIZE DISTRIBUTION !
miCKETS to tho Concerts of tho SOUTn CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO?
CIATION ready for salo and delivery. All ordora from tho country promptly filled. Agonts
wanted for tho Countioa of Lancaster, Loxington, Spartanbttrg, Greenville, Abbeville, Oco
nco and Bickens. Apply lo D. QAMBRILL A CO.,
June 6 General Agents, Colombia, 8. C.
American Club Fish.
^T&&$$?5 A DELICIOUS relish; better
and muon cheaper than Sardines. For salo
bv K. HOPE.
COTTON BEEB REFINED OIL, by the gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in gio ass, pints and
qn&rtB. Forsa?elow. E. HOPF,.
Change of Schedule.
WixaUHOTOK, COLUMBIA & ACOTJBTA B. B. CO.
YyILMINOTOH, J*.C., APQPftT6.1871.
nrntbas?^ AFTER this dat? ti>o
gjyKJiBgWBfollowing ?obcdnle ?ill
be ran br traine on thin road:
?AT BXPBW?BTUAI? [DAILT.l
Leave Wilmington [Union D0pOt| 860 A. M.
Arrive at Kingsville. ll?r E M.
Lear? Kinjwrllle..212 a,- S*
Arrive at Florance. 13 08 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington., 5.80 P. M.
1UOHT SXFIIE8B TBA1M, BU HD A? ZXCEPTXD.
Arrive at Florence....... 1.84 A. M.
Arriva at KingeviUe. 8 46 A. M.
Leave KloKaville. 8.46 P. M.
Ai rive at Florenoe.11.00 P.M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 5.60 A. M.
Ang 0 JOHN C. WINDER, Oen'l Hop't.
(Jhange of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH OAROLLNA R. B. CO.,
COMPAPY SBOFB. N. C., Jone 8.1871.
fOgaaa. OMMMH ON *nd kftur SUNDAY.
i?SfflSSj:no 4, 1871, TRAINS Hill
be ran over tbiR Road in accordance with the
following TIME TABLE.
Tra?na Going East. Trains Weat.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. AUBIV*. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5.85 a m 8.10 p m
Salisbury 8.03 a m 8.28 am 5.26 pm 5.80 pm
-r*nsb'oll.08amli.l3am 8.25 pm 8.85 pm
CoBhopl2 40 pm 1.05 pm 9.58 p m 10.16 p m
Hi?Wro 2.28p m 2.83pm 11.85 p m 11.87 p m
Raleigh 5.?5 p m 2.05 a m 2.40 a no,
Goldibofo 7-20 a m. W
Charlotte?.15 am 8.00pm v
Halisb'ry 4.32 a m 4.87am 5.15 p m 5.26 p m
Gr'nsb'o 1.25a m 185 am 2.10 p m 2.30 pm
Co Shop 11.87 pm 12.02 am 12.80 p m*2.50 p m
UillsbrolO.07 pm 10.08am 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Raleigh 6.58 pm 7-40 a m 8.46 a ra
Goldsb'n 8.00pm -
Jane? W. II. GREEN, Mae; Trans
Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, B. C., MASCH 1,1671.
ON and after this
'dato, the following
schedule will bo run djUly, Sundays excepted:
Leave Columbia at.7.00 a. m.
" Alston.9.10 a.m.
" Newberry.11:15 a. m.
ff Ookesbury.8.00 p.m.
Arrive at Greenville.6.80p.m.
Leave Groonville at.6.16 a. m.
" Belton.8.05 a.m.
" Ookesbury.10.07 a. m.
" Abbeville.8.15 a. m.
" Newberry.,..1.50 p.m.
" AUton;.4.05 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.55 p.m.
TGOS. DODAMEAD, General Sup.
M. T. BARTLETT. General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte. Colombia and Augusta R. R
COLUMRIA, S. C., August 4. 1671.
ON and after SUNDAY
?RH??3Knoxt, Otb inst., the follow?
ing schedule will bo raf over thia road:
Traiu No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Augusta.3.25 A. M. C.00F. M.
Leave Columbia.8.09 A. M. 11.00 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.2.15 P. M. 5.20 A. Bl.
Leave Charlotte.7.40 A. M. 6.15 1'. M.
Leave Columbia_1.57 P. M. 2.30 A. M.
Arrive Augusta.G.C0 P. M. 7.30 A.M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Traiu daily, Son
days excepted. Both trains make close con?
nection to all pointe North, South and West.
Tbrongb tickets sold and baggage checked
to all principal points. Standard time-Wash?
ington Ci tv time, 10 minutes fautor than this
city. E*. P. ALEXANDER, General Sop.
E.R. DOBHF.Y, Pen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Schedule.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLOMBIA, H. C., Jone 9,1671.
Change of Boheilnle
to go into effect ou
and after Sunday, 11th instant:
MAIL AMD PA SULK O Ell THAIN.
Leave Columbia at...7.40am
Arrive at Charleston at.9.20 p m
Leave Charleston at.6.20 a m
L rrive at Columbia at.3.40 p m
NIOHT EXP II E83, FREIGUT AMD ACCOMMODATION
THA1Kj [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Colombia at.7.60 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.6.45 a n.
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Artive at Colombia at_ .6.00 a m
Camden Accommodation Train Will cnn
tinue to rou to Columbia as formerly-Mon?
days, Wednesdavs and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLEIt, Vice-Pr?sident .
8. B. Pragma. Oeneral Ticket Agent.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Leave Anderson.6.00 P. M.
" Pendleton.7.00 ?'
" Perryville.7.45 "
Arrive at Walhalla-..8.80 "
Leave Walhalla.8.45 A. M
" Perryville.4.80 ..
.. Pendleton.5.80 "
Arrive at Anderson.....6.80 "
Waiting at Anderson one hom* for the arrival
of np train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 2 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Sommer Schedule 8. & TJ. R. R.,
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive Leave. Arrive. Leave.
8partantmrg.. 5.30 5.25
Batos ville. 6.00 G.00 4.63 4.53
Paeolet. . ts ?a Cl? 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 0.48 4.05 4.10
Unionville. 7.25 7.50 3.05 8.25
Santuo. 8 20 825 280 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8 45 2.10 2.15
Shelton. 0.15 9.20 1.35 1.40
Lyles' Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.60 12.55
Aluton. 11.00 12.00
May 24 THOB. B. JETER. President.
"Motte's Victoria. Tonic Bitters."
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Diseases, General Debility,
and all Impurities of the Blood.
THESE B[TTEHS have now firmly esta?
blished themselves in tho favor of the
?) ubi ic and the medical profession. Prepared
rom purely vegetable ingredients of acknow?
ledged efficacy, their unrivaled and highly
tonic, stimulating and prophylactic qualities
?ecnliarly adapt them to all caeos of General
lebility, Nervous Prostration of ?he Sye
AB an excitant of tho appetite and a whole?
some aid to the process of digestion, they
will be found to bo very tillea, iou?, while
their peculiar medical proper! irs render them
of unequaled vah?6 to those snbjeel to Chilli
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
These Bitters will ho found most wonder?
fully beneficial in all cases of Debility and Ir?
regularities of Females. Whtrcsosvar intro?
duced, they become a standard article-a
medicinal staple. Unlike tho many noxious
stimulants advertised, they brace and fortify
the system without exciting undue cerebral
action. They aro without doubt the best to?
nio and constitutional rouovator evor offered
to the public. MOTTE A TARRANT,
Manufacturera and Solo Proprietors,
Newberry, 8. C.
Sold bv E. H. HEiNiTsir, Columbia, 8. C.
Oanned Goods! Canned Goods!
1 Kf\ CASES fr0al1 CANNED GOODS, just
IOU received, consisting in part as follows
Cove and Spiced Oysters, Salmon, Lob
Btors, otc For sale hy
Oct 4_JOHN AGNEW A BON.
? TUBS Virginia Valloy BUTTER,
** 6 tubs Mountain Bntter.
3 tubs fine Goshen Bntter.
All nice and fresh and for sale LOW.
Octl _L?RICK jfc LOWRANCE.
SPECIAL ATTENTIOB given to tho ooh
lection of Commercial Paper. Interest
on State and Railroad Bonds ano Blocks, and
Conversion of State 8oountioB,by
Nov 93 Gmo L\ GAM BRILL, Broker.