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3Y JULIAN A. SELBY ,
PUBLISHES ??D rnoriiiEToE.
JOHN F. THOMAS, Chief Editor.
sarBook ?nd Job Printing of every descrip?
tion promptly ?nd faithfully attended to.
luHorted in the Daily at 7o conta per square
fur the first and 60 cents eaoh subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by the week,
?non th or year, at reasonable rates.
Dally, six months, Si 00: Tri-Weekly, 9 SC;
Weekly, 1 50._
Phoenix Carrier?' AUdre??,,
As the old sad'year has floated
Down the ceaseless stream of time,
Once again I bring my offering
A poor Carrier 'a simple rhyme/
Thus the years glide on before UH,
One by ono they pass away,
As a writer quaintly tells UB.
In a dead year's reqntem lay:
."Years roll through the palm of ages,
Aa the dropping roa'ry speeds
Through tho cold and passive Angora
Of a hermit at his beads.
One year falls and ends its penance,
One arises with its needs,
And 'tis ever thus prays Nato.ro,
Only tolling yoara for beads."
Join, then, nature in her worship,
For your country needs your prayers,
That Jehovah might relievo ber
From the weight of woe she beare.
Prav for peace and restoration.
Pray for wisdom from on High, .
That the people and their ruler?
May be guided yet thereby.
I would that I could greet you
With word* of hope and cheer,
Andweavo more pleasant numbers,
To hail the new-born yoar.
But the Bad and gloomy record
Of that juBt passed away,
Forbids my muse to rondor
Her usual joy ouu lay.
Tho fortunes of our country
Are still too tempest-toBt,
And factious hate rekindled,
Till hope itself seems lout.
Our stricken South still mourning
Her sons and heroes Blain,
Yet bears the yoke upon her,
But shows no servilo stain.
Tho faotion that would crush hor
Beneath its iron heel
Wipe out her ancient land-marks,
And place foul treason's seal
On allwho promptly ralliod
To aid her now "lost causo"
Still sit enthroned in power,
Thc framers of our laws. .
Our greeting then ia sadder.
Than ott before was given,
All human help has failed us,
Our trust, our stay, is Hoavcn.
Faith, aye, is proved by works,
And there is work for all
Who love our Southland and oboyed
Her earliest martial call.
She calls again thoso heroeB,
From mountain and from plain,
To peaceful, earnest labor,
She must not call in vain.
She has minos of wealth deep buried,
'Neath her varied, teeming Boil,
Sho has fruitful fields that ovor
Must reward her children's toil.
She has all that ever furnished
A nation's woalth or power,
She has noble hearts within her,
Whom misfortune cannot oowor.
Then let all rise up and labor
For thia country and ber woal,
With all that faith and courage
With aU that noblo zeal
Which bore them through the conflict
On manya well-fought Hold -
And let no gallant spirit
To adverse fate now yield.
Thon will our Southland prosper.
And plenty crown once more
Her fertile plains and valleys.
As in the days of yoro.
Her wasted towns and citioB
Will peopled then become;
With strength ronowed she'll gather
AU her exiled children home.
Then will rise in strength and beauty,
Whore blackened ruins stand,
Fan: homes and stately templos,
Dotting our pleasant lana.
AsBombledround each beartb-stonc,
Shut in from toll and jar,
Young, eager hearers,list'ning
To some story of the .war;
And round her homes and altars,
Kneolipg children and their sires
Will thank Him who has saved thom
From faction's baleful fires.
Thus Ve it with our Southland,
Throughout the coming time;
And with thia prayer your Carrier
Completes his NEW YEAR'S KUYMK.
Dogs for Sale.
S?_i>^ A ONE yoar old English SETTEE,
tu\Z S5_f thoroughly trained. Two Hix
uioutnu old Puppies, thorough-breds-proper
age for training. Mino suckling Pups,
Black and Tans and Bull Pups to order. Ap?
ply to 0. R. FRANKLIN.
One Puncheon LoohgilDhead.
THE best SCOTCH WHISKEY. Dealers
can have it nearly at cost.
Nov 15_JOHN 0. BEEPERS.
M. H, BERRY'S
Mainstreet, near Plain.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Loniavillo,tho
_largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE over kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation ; also, the
colebratod Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
AU kinds of MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the beet manner.
Terms cash and Goods cheap. Oct SO
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
fTlAKE pleasure in calling tho attention of
JL the oublie to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Mclodoons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flatos,
Accord?ons. Brass and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kinds. Also, Sheet Munie and
Instruction Books for overy class of Musical
Instruments on band at all times. Sheet
Musio sent by mail, post paid, on reoeipt of
price; and ail ain?s of Musical Goods soul by
Express, when ordered, to any part of thc
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for sale cheap, fur cash.
PianoB, Organs and Moiodoons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will givo
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping F ?nos for other parties to any point
doBired, at moderate juices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to thoso favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our oatalogue of
Sheet Music and Musical Merohandiso. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Columbia, B. C._ Nov 7
1 f\r\ DOZEN AXER.
X.\JKJ 49 bales Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow Ties.
20 dozen Railroad Shpvols.
200 pairs Trace Chains.
Just rooeived and for salo at lowest market
pricoB._ L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Smoked Beef, for salo low. E. HOPE.
WHOLE and Half Boxos Golden
Chop FIRE CRACKERS, for salo
Powder, Shot," &c.
AFULL ASSORTMENT of Gun and Blast?
ing POWDEB. Shot. Load, Permission
CapB, Gun-wads, Ac. on hand and for sale
low, at wholesale and retail, by
Deo 20 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
iinaimnai vi rr I nv 11 DI MIT
UulUUAL ilAliuNAb BAM
OF COLUMBIA, B. C.
Present Capital, $160,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ?500.OOO.
o rr ICE na.
John B. Palmer, rroeldont.
A. G. Brenhser, Oaabler.
0. N. O. Dolt, Asaiatant Oaehior.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, F. W. MoMaa
ter. H. D. Beun, of B. D. benn A Bon; G. W.
Boardou, of Copeland A Reardon; B.L.Bryan,1
of Bryan A MoCarter; W. O. B warfield, of B.1
AW. O. Swaffleld.
F. W. MoMaater, Bolioitor.
rilli IB Bank is now open tor the tranaaotlon
X of i general banking bneineas.
GxBTunoATKB or DEFOSIT of ourrunoy or
ooin, bearing intereat at the rate of seven (7)
per cont, per annum, in kind, will be lsaued.
Deposits from County officer* especially so
Hotted: also, 'rom Trustees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention given to aooonnts ot
City and Country Merchants, and other huai-,
ness mon, and tho usual accommodations ex-'
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, Bonds, Cold, Silver bought and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
Sight Drafts drawn direct on all tho promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, BoUanti, Den
murk and Ute Orient. Letters of Credit issued,
I ayable in any of tho abovo pincus
Drafts on all the prominent cities in the
tlnited Statoa bought and aold.
Banking Uouao opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open from 0 to 8._Fob 28 ly
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
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INTEREST ALLO WED A T TEE BA TE * '1
SEVEN FEB CENT. FEB ANNUM.
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER. CENT. OOM
P O UND ED E VEE Y SIX
MONTES ON ACCOUNTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmor. Vioo-Pro8idout.
A. G. Bronizor, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, Assistant Cashier, i
charge of Uranobes.
John 0. B. ?smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell, F. W. MoMaater, John P. Thomas, E. H.
Heinitsh, John B. Palmor, Thomas E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Maves,Newberry.
B. H. Kutiudge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravencl, Jr.. Charleston.
HJlleohanioa, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there- '
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustee!
wishing to draw interest en their funds until
?hoy require them for busineBB or other pur?
poBos; Parents desiring to Bet apart small
.tums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoso depoBitBcan only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in oase of death, by
their logal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for futuro uso. are hore,afforded
an opportunity of dopositing their moana
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho aamo time, he subject to withdrAwalwhen
-f f\ HALF CHESTS assorted TEA. Though
1U the price in market has advanced. 15 per
cent., wo succeeded in getting our Augnst bill
duplioatod, whioh wo offer at same prico SB
before. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
The Original Stock Life Insnranct
HENRY J. FURBER, Vioe-PreB?dent. J
GEORGE L. MONTAGUE, Actuary. j
THIS COMPANY offers the followi
those about EFFECTING INSURANCE
1. Insurance at Stock Rates, being from 20 tc
2. Each Policy-holder is regarded as a Stock
on his Policy, and will share in tho profits of 1
holder owning an equal amount of tho Capital
3. Every Policy issued by the Company is not
oxact Surrender Value.
Before Insuring your Life or accepting
READ THF. F
A longthenod oxporionco has demonstrated tl
by lifo inanranco companies aro from twenty
necessary for a safo and legitimate conduct of
prudently-managed companies cbargiug "mt
policy-holders from twenty-five to thirty per oci
Whon lifo insurance companies were first org
miums woro constructed had not undergone te
no moro than common prudence io adopt a si
meet all tho proBumed and unforeseen conting*
As long as the matter was involved in some d
to incur the risk of making it too low; because,
remedied, at least in part, by returning to the j
tion of tho premium charged as was found nee
tho complete security of the company.
Exportenoo, however, having satisfactorily i
what posaiblo excuso can there be for maintain
Availing themselves of this experienoo, tho I
Insurance Company, at its organization, adopt
with, and whioh haa proved to be fair and adeq
requirements of the bneineas. These prcmiuu.
those charged by mutual companies.
It also appeared, inasmuch as tho rates BO os
doterminod/atr ratos, and not in excess of wit
holders in mutual companies, that ?nv nrofits E
Properly bolongod to tho stockholders"of tho oo
ortaking tho businoBS.
Experience has shown that there are sources
theory will not admit of boing~considorod aa c
Those results form a saving in tho mortality of
dical aoloction of good lives, a gain in interest <
assumed in tho calculation of its premiums, tin
render of policies by tho members, and from ot
Profits from those sources, in a company posa
amount of business, would givo to tho stookhol
counted on by the Directors of tho Universal
therefore, dotermined to divide among tho polic
profits accruing from the sources namoii, ali o
Tho plan adoptod for such division is as foll
with the Universal will, for tho purposes of div
ono annual premium upon his policy: and will s?
the same extent as a 8lockliolder owning an equu
By thia system of insurance, original with tin
lowing important advantages:
1. Iusuranco at tho regular "stock" ratos, rei
thirty per cent, loaa than that chargod by mut
yearly "dividend" paid in advanco ot that amoi
anco is worthy of attontion. Since its organiza
from Us policy-holders tho sum of $1,517,000. '.
mutual company would have ooat them au i ni ti i
holders to retain, in their own posaoasion, this i
paid thom a "dividend" of 1483,000, and paid it,
or more 3 oars. It is imposeiblo to find any oxa
anco at BO low A coBt by returning to poliey-hol<
2. Participation In tho legitimate profits of th
policy-holders tho same troalment whioh dlroo
This system of participation, in connection w
noooBsarily aeouro to the policy-holders every p
and careful management.
Tho low rates or premium compel economy, a
to tho polioy-holder hie insurance at a rato wliii
mutual companies: whilo, by tho proposed plat
tho logltimato profits of tho business, tho coat '
Thus hy tho combinod advantages arising fro
it is confidently bolieved the UNIVERSAL LIE
at its lowoat practioablo ooat.
OtrThoHo of tho exiating policy-holders who
plan can do so by making application to tho boa
The Company is in a sound financial cone
B&- GOOD RELIABLE AGENTS W
New York Office, and to whom full genera
onico on Richardson street, oppoatln Columbi
To th? Public
TUB BTATE CAPITAL RESTAURANT will
be kept open all night after MONDAY,
December ll, for the accommodation of the
traveling public and meale will be served at
all honra of the day and, night._Deo 6
Tho Exchange House.
ffSl /LOWELL kLown as "the place"
^.jjjftp where tho boat cf drinkables ?DI
^4sw and eatables are furnished, ls Vg
tn the full tide of prosperity. The whole
honae bas boon put in perfect order, and the
proprietors guarantee that gneata san obtain
all th J dolioaolea of the season-OYSTERS,
FISH, O AME, cte
Pot 12 PAY8INOER A FRANKLIN.
j Oysters in Every Style.
f~^\ MY Restaurant ia lu order Tor tho
^gjlow winter season, and OYSTERS and
^Biffijr otber Refreshments will be furniah
ed at abort notiee. "How will you bave them
-fried, roaated or stewed?" G. DIERGKS.
THE undersigned haa taken no
a position near his old stand, on
iMala street, and ia again prepared
to sup nlv lil H custom'" i H with good LIQUORS,
choice' WINES, ete. LAGER on draught.
SEQ ARB and TOBACCO of beat quality. The
RESTAURANT will iurnlah OYSTERS and
otber aubataatiah) inseaBun. Schweitzer Case
at all times. A. STORK.
Nov 8 _S ino
Read! Read!! Read!!!
STATE CAPITOL HESTA! KANT.
Aear comer Main and Bridge Streets.
J OYSTERS in every Btyb
^?jJjy'Uoftat.eu, Stewed, Fried and
v 'efcy Broiled. Good Liqnora, tine
Winos, imported Cigare.
N.B. Privato 80 iTER ROOMS.
FRANKLIN & FINE,
Oot 20 Proprietors
THE CAROLINA H0U8E
j IB once more open to tho public, under
?tho superintendence of Mr. R. BARRY.
_I Tho reputation of tho bunao will bo kept
ap. August 31
WE have received a larjzo supply of the
following goods, which wo aro offering
at low pricea:
Whole, hair and quarter boxoe RAISINS,
Nov 23_JOHN AGNEW A BON.
PIANO FORTE AGENCY.
WM. H. ORCHARD,.
Professor of Music,!
paving determined toi
_'resume Teaching, is now pre?
pared to tako pupila on tho Piano, Organ
and Guitar; also, in Vocal Music. Having for
ovor TUIBTY YEAHS had charge of tho Musical
Departments in tho first Female Coll?ges
ano Schools of the Ht ato, ho dooma it unne?
cessary to make any other referenco to bis
qualifications as a Teacher.
The arrangements bo has mada with seve?
ral of tho most celebrated l'iauo-makera, will
enable bim to offer Instruments of tho very
first class at pricea that defy competition.
Spocimcn Pianos daily expected. Thoao in
want of Instrumenta superior to any ever
offered for nalo in this market, will do well to
examine before purchasing elsewhere.
PIANO FORTES, MELODEON8, Ac,
Tuned aud repaired in the MOST r-E?FECT
MANNER and on reasonable term?.
Apply at bia residence, corner of Bull and
Richland streets, or at tho bookatoro of
Mosers. Duffie A Chapman. Oct 17
3 Company of the United States.
rOHN H. BEWLEY, Secretarv.
E. W. LAMBERT, M. P., Medical Examiner.
ng IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES to
I ON THEIR LIVES :
> 30 per cent, less than tho rates charged by
bolder to the extent cf one Annual Premium
tba Company to the samo extent as a Stock
i-forfeitablo, and contains a clauso stating its
?io Agency of any Company,
nat the ratos ot premium ordinarily charged
li vo to thirty per ceut. in excess of what are
the business. In other words, carefully aud
itual" ratee have boen ablo to roturn to tboir
lit. of tho amount charged for premiums,
anized, reliability of the data upon which pre?
st of experience It was thought, therefore,
sale of promiuras which would, in any event,
racies of the business.
oubt.it was better to fix tho rate too high than
i in tue former caso, tho error could be easily
)olioy-holdors, at cortain intervals, snob por
esBary for the purpoaea of tho buainoes and
lomonstratod that these ratea aro excesaivo,
Hreotors and Managers of tho Universal Life
od a acale of premiums in accordanco there
[nate, and all that was necessary to meet tho
ia aro about twenty-five por cent, lower than
tablished wore as noar as could possibly be
at iusuranco has proviouHly oost the policy,
iriaing from prudent management justly and
rapany, for tho risk incurred by thom in un
of ivo?iin tho practice of tho business which
lon tents in tho calculation of the premiums,
tho members of & company owing to tho me?
in tho investments of the company over that
) profits derivable from tho lapsing and sur?
lier minor sources.
08aed of a capital of $200,000, and doing a fair
dora dividends largely in excess of what were
at the time of its organization. They have,
ty-holdors of the company a large part of tho
f which have heretofore been divided among
owe: Every person who may hereafter insure
?sion, bo troated as a stockholder to extent of
hare in the projUs of the Company to precisely
I amount of the Capital Stock.
> Universal, tho policy-holders soenro the fol
quiring a primary outlay of about twonty.to
nal companies, and which ia equivalent to a
int on mutual rateB. Thia low cost ot lnaur
ition, this company bas received in premiums
To effect the same amount of insurance in a
? outlay of ?'2.000,000. By allowing its polioy
axcoBBot $483,000, tho Universal HUH virtually
, too, in advance, instead of at tho end of ono
mplo of a mutual company furnishing inser?
ters an equal amount upon similar receipts.
0 company, upon a plan which secures to tho
tors and stockholders award to themselves,
ith tho low "atock" ratos of premiums, must
ossihlo advantago to ho derived from prudent
nd, independent of participation, guarantee
sh ia not in excess of tho coat in well managed
1 of participation in what may ho considered
will bo still further diminished.
m low atock rato and participation in profits,
'E INSURANCE COMPANY offers insuracco
desire to participate in profits under tho new
d oflicc, or to any agents of the company,
Ratio of Assets to Liabilities 136 to 100.
ANTED, who will deal direot with the
1 agents' oommissions will be paid.
M. W. OMIT,
RI. V. HUTl.Klt,
Stato SuperintondontR of Agencies,
ia Hotel, Colombia, B. C. Deo 2S
t ?cir* ?ron fcfanwBrt?Wft
THIS CORN SHELLER weighs only three pounds, is manu of cant. Jron, ht? a rotary
moToment, ?nd is the first invention in this lino that thens "without friction, on tho
cob," and ia, therefore, tho easiest operating Hand Corn Sheller in existence: It cannot
get ont of order by neo, will last for years, t-hells all sizes of corn ears,,can he need by any
one at first sight. It can be fastened to a bench, chair or table, or for portable purposes
sorewed to a small board, which will answer for a auat when using tho implement.) In shell"
lng, tho operator graaps the butt of tho car of corn with the left hand?oreaehis the smalt
ondtotho shelling teeth and rotates tho theiler with tho right hand; tho acute angular)
teoth ponetrating between tho rowe of com close to the cob, shelling very eaaiiv and rapid?
ly; when tho ear can no longer bo held, the projecting cob ia taken bold of by the right
hand, and the sheller rotated with the left. Au this sheller ia patented on a new principle,
we invito inspection. Hut seldom has tuch an opportunity been offert d to energeticbash
nesa mon. Wo havo diapoBod of all Couutioa lying abovo Columbia and Bomo below, wo
want nono but energetic business men. ThiB little Sheller auppiics a want universally felt(
aa ia proven by its rapid salo. The price-2 CO - puts it io roach of all. It will ?hell from 5
to G bushols per hour. Wo bave also the HARRISBURG POCKET SHELLER., Price 60 cts.
Will shell 2 to 3 bushels per hour. Parties wishiug County Rights er further information,
will address us at Oreenwood, 8. C. CHIFLKY ?b mtTOHia.09.
Nov 9 J2mo Agents for Sooth Carolina.
The Brooklyn X?ife Insurance Company,
OP NEW YORK.
Faid Up,Cash Capital and Assets Two Millions Dollar?.
CHRISTIAN W. BOUCK, President. 1 W. M. COLE, Secretary.*
W. H. WALLACE, Vioo-Preaident. D. PARKS FACKLER, Actuary.
OFFICE NO. 141 BROADWAY, SEW YO BK.
JOHN E. BACON, W. P. BUTLER, General Agente and Managern for South Carolina and
AS General Agenta, wc take pleasure in present?as this well known and responsible Com?
pany to the public, and in recommending it iajirit clan* in every way.. We mightadd
much moro OD thia subject, but, being interested aa ils Agents, prefer to speak through dis?
interested parties. Therefore, read and digest tho following notice a-among many ptbera
from both Northern and Southern papers, ats to the virtues of thin Company:
There ie no bettor company in tho land. A comparison with ot lu r coi poi aliens of a si rol?
lar character will convince all of Gie superior t^rfety in taking ritkx with tue Brooklyn Life.
[(.b/tftltftiiJ, Ca., Sun, January 27,18G9,
Tho Brooklyn Life baa placed itself in tho vanguard ?.f i naur a nee i cfonu, and is the first
company that baa done lull justice to thc insured, A c.
[Insurance Times, AVto York, January, 1869.
Thia gi eat feature of cae!? euri ender values ia an impel taut improvement that signalises
tho era of insurance.-Raleigh Sentinel, JV. C.
Thia nl&n-guaranteed uurrender values-removes G.o mic objection ? ai?ting to makipg
an application for Insurance. Each policy bea mes a piece of j.fgotioblepnper, as easily trans?
ferred as a (Jocernmenl bond.-Boston, Moss.. l'ont, lb'G'J
A policy in tho Brooklyn Life is worth ao much m ready money, 'flus ia the only life com,
pany that haa cariicd thia excellent feature into hnoim-t-s.
[Dispatch, St. Louis. No., January 7,18G9.
Wo call especial attention to this distinct iv.- and advantageous feature of guaranteed sur?
render value, particularly characteristic ortho Brooklyn Life. And also to tho fact that
there are no classes in the Brooklyn Life; nil fare alike, whet her from the North, South, Eaat
or Weat. Also, wo direct the attention of thc public to tho fact that policies can bo obtained
in thin Company, owing to its careful managt UK nt and tupe rior advantage s, at lower ratee
than in any other company of eepial rank owl solvency in America.
BACON A- BUTLER, General Agents.
Offico above Citizen's Savings Bank, Columbia, S. C., and ut Kdgefield Court House.'.
Reliable agents warned in e-vi-ry w.\?n nd CnMit} il. tlc State, ard also in the citv of Au?
gusta, to whom liberal commitBionB will bo paid. Nov 4 Smo
THE SOUTH CAROLINJ9>T
FOR THE PROMOTION OF IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH,,
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO., Agenta,
CHARLESTON, S C.
A series of CONCERTS Trill be elven unilerjlne nuepleea of tb?
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY,
AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
COMMENCING January 8,1872, at which Drawings will take place and distributions, made
to Ticket Holders of tho entiro
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING AT CnARLESlON, S. C.,
And oaah in various amounta, making in all
2,405 Gifts, Estimated at $500*000.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AT $5 EACH.
All orders strictly confidential. For references and full particulars aend for Circulars.
The Drawing of this Great Southern Enterprise will bo conducted under the sqpQrrisipn
of the following well-known G ont lomen:
Gen. A. R. WRIGHT, of Georgia. Col. B. H. RUTLEDGE? of Sonth parolina-.
Gen. BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia. Hon. ROGER A. PBYOB, of New. York..
Remittance can bo mado to ne, and tho Tickets will bo Bent by return mail by
BUTLKK, CHADWICK, GARY JU Ol)., Charleston, 8. C.
Or.it. M. C. BUTLER. JOHN CHADWICK. OKS. M. W. GABY,
Tickets can be procured of D. GAMBRILL & CO., Columbia, B. C. Nov 14
ETI WAN FERTILIZERS.
TUREE YERY SUPERIOR ARTICLES are offrred by tho Sulphuric Aoid and Superphos?
phate Company of Charlcatou, S. C., viz;
A completo Manuro, adaptctl to Cotton, Grain and Tobacco, being tho well-known article
heretofore offered at the very high grado O? fifteen per cent. AiasoXxad Bono Phosphate of
Lime, with tho addition, as heretofore, of Poruviau (inane, Ammonia and Potash. Price
955 per ton, if paid on or before tho l st of April next, anel 160 per ton, payable lat November,
1872, without intercut
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
A now article of tho nama high grado of Solublo Phosphate, compounded .with the ele?
ments of Cotton Seed in tuch a manner as to insure ono of thia beat Fertilisers for Cotton
and Grain, at a lowe-r price than tho E ti wan Guano. Price MO por ton, if paid on or before
tho 1st of April next, f tf> per ton, parable November lat, 1872, without intercut.
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE,
Averaging from eighteen to twenty per cent, ot Dieflolveel Bono Phosphate, and .thoa enabling
tho planter, by composting, to obtain two tons of half that grade at a Having of one-half
oost and freight. Price 135 per ton, if paid ou or before the? lat of April next; $40 por ton,
payable lat November, 1872, without interest.
TAKE NOTICE-That all these Fertilizers aro (of tho highest gradi: oj Soluble Phosphide,
ind must help for moro than ono year. I
WM. C. BEE & CO., General Agents, Charleston, S.O.
H. O'NEALE ?3 SON, Agents ol Columbia, S. C. Deo 10 f3mo
TAB STOP FUTS
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
T^ROPERLY appreciating the necessity of fostering the planting interest of the South,
JL resolved iii tho outset to otter their Fertilizers at a price which would placo them
within the reach of every planter. They oller their
A. comploto Ammoniatcd Fertilizer, at $15 cavh,orf50 on a credit to tho lat of November
aexl, with approvod city acceptance. The
For composting with Cotton Seod or Ht ubi o Manure, ia now odored at the very low price of
r25 cash, or MO on cr?ditas abovo. This id highly recommended by planters who used it
last your to their entiro satisfaction. WM. KAY kV LL, Provident,
J. D. AIKEN,
Goners I Agent, No. 5 Central Wharf, Cb ar ICH ton, 8. 0.
J. M. BLAKELY, Agent at Columbia, 8. C. Deo 10 t3mo
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO., j Butter.
3rocers and Commission Merchants, A f\(\ LBS. Frcah Country BUTTER, for
CHARLOTTE. N. C. ?fcUU salo by_g. HOPE.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Corn, flour, a ,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries i BOCO. Wne?t.
(onorally. Order? filled carofnlly and prompt- A-Tpf BUSHELS choice REP HEED WHEAT,
y. Fob 7 lyr f O for salo by E. n?PF..
WILMTKQTON, N. O., December 19, ipi.
ON ?nd after December 21, bnd unta far?
thor notice, Train? on thia Bond will
mn aa follow?:
PASsaxoaa TBA IN.
Arrive at .Colombia. 0 80 A. M.
Leave Colombia.C 80 P. ML.
PBUQHT THAIN .
Arrive at Colombia.8.00 P. M.
Leave Colombia.4 15 A. M.
JOUN. 0. WINDER,
Deo 20_general Hoperiutendent.
Change of 8ohednle.
WrLKiHOTON, COLOMBIA A AUOOBTA R. il Co.
WlLMlNOTOS, N. C. AuoubT C. Ib71.
C&.'BH ?amfafl?to , A FT EH thin Ott u- Ibu
flfy^^a^lr1*??!^ lollowing schedule v?ll
b?'run by trains on thia roan:
DAY KZFBkSSTBAEN [DAILY ]
Loave Wllmiuatou (.Union Lcpot| 8 60 A. M.
Arrive at Floreuto. ?M8 A. Si.
Arrive nt Kingsville. 12 20 P. M. ]
Leuv? Kingsville. ?10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. 12 08 I . M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 6 80 P. M.
N1QUT KXPUK88 1UA1K, BUNOAY CXCKITKI)
LeavwWiUuiugiou. 7.10 i . M.
Arrive ?t Florence. 1.84 A.M.
Arrive ur Kingsville. 8 4 ? A. M.
L*?v* Kingsville. 3 46 P. M.
xjtivb^t Fbtrctteu.1105 1'. ii.
vruvc al \\ lim II.;; ion..*.. 5 6u A M.
Aug P JwltN C. WI>i?Elt, Oeul fin H.
Change of Schedule.
OF.FIOK SOUTH OAUOLINA lt; II. CO.,
COMPANY SUOPS, N. C., J one 3. 1871.
SB mm i UHhiMM! ON und ?tier ?UNDAY,
B?B?^aSiraS0^HU.j 4, 1871, TitAlNM will
be run tiver tbix Road in hcioidai.ee with the
following TIME TA ll I.E.
Traine Going Knut. Tr? ins Weat.
A II HI Vlf? LEAVK. ABBIVK. LKAVK.
Charlotte 6.85 a m 3.10 p m
BallsboryS.OSBm 8.23 am 5.2G p m 6.30 pm
Gr*nBb'oll.08amll.l3am 8.25 pin 8.85 pm
CoSbopl2.40 p m 1.05 pm 9.56 p m 10.10 p m
UiUab'ro 2.28 p m 2.33 pm 11.85 p ni 11.37 p m
Raleigh 6.05 p m 2.(>5 a rn 2.40 a m
Goldsooro 7-20 a m
Charlotte7.15am 8.1X1 p m
Saliab'ry 4.82 a m 4.37am 6.15 pm 6.2Gpm
Gr*nsb'o 1.26B m 1.35 am 2.10 pm 2.20 p m
CoBhopll 37 pm 12.0-2 am 12 3d p tu 12.60 pm
HillebrolO 07 p m 10.00 aro 11.07 a ni 11.10 a m
Haleigh 0.68pm 7 40am 8.45am
Goldab'o 3.00 pm
June 6 W. U. GREEN, Maa. Trana.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, H. C., M A nen 1, 1H71.
?schedule will he run daily, Buudave excepted:
Leave Columbia at. 7 00 a. m.
.. Alaton.0.10 a.m.
" Newberry.11.15 a.m.
Cokcahury.3.00 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 0 80 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 6 16 a.m.
Belton. 8.06 a.m.
" Cokeebury...10.07?. m.
" Abbeville.8 16 a. m.
1 Newberry. 1.50p.m.
" Alston. 4 TS p.m.
Arrive ai Columbia. 5.65 p.m.
TiHK i>OI)AM.EAD. Gi u ral Sup.
M. T. BA?T?.ETT. General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte. Columbia and Angosta K. R
COLUMBIA, H. Ci, August 4 1871.
ESS tSh - '-' - ?N aIul ?fter BUNDA!
itwSCTv?M^*Blr'.l?nt>Tt[fiihiTiKt , the follow?
ing echeoulb will bo run over thia road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Augusta..3 26 A. M. COO P. M.
Leave Columhia.8.09 A. M. ll 00 P. M.
Ari ive Charlotte.2.16 P. M. 5 20 A. M.
Leavo Charlotte.7 40AM. 8.15P.M.
Leave Columbia-1 57 P. M. 2.30 A. M.
Arrive Augusta.C.50 P. M. 7 SO A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Bun
days except eil. Both trains make cloee con?
nection to all pointa North, South and West.
Through tickets sohl and baggage checked
to all principal pointe. Btaudaro time-Wash?
ington City time, 16 miuutea f??ter than thia
city. E. F. ALEXANDER, General Bup.
E. fi. DOBS KT, Pen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Eohedule.
80DTH CABOLINA BAILBOAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, B. C., June 9,1871.
SMMfiMBfe-, Change of Bohedule
UWV9tXBMmwX3Q&\u .go into effect on
and after Bundey, 24th instant:
MAIL AND PAS H EN a EB TBA?.
Leave Columbia at.7.40am
Arrive at Charleston at.3.20 p m
Leave Charleatonat. ... .8.20am
irrive at Columbia at.3.40 p m
NIGHT KTPaXSU, FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN. [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at.7.60 p m
Arrive at Charleatonat..7.00 am
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 a m
Camden Accommod?t ion Train will con
tinuo to run to Columbia aa tormerly-Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
8. B. PicxiNB, General Ticket Agent._
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
r-ramrsassn Leave Anderson.6.00 P. M.
^aSpSnre? " Pendleton.7.00 "
IT ~ " Parryville.7.45 .*
Arrive at Walhalla.8.30 "
LCAVC Walhalla.8.46 A. II
*? Pendleton.5.80 ?.
Arrive at Anderson.6.30 "
Waiting at Anderaon one hour for the arrival
af up train on Groonville and Columbia Road.
July 2_W. H. D. GAILLARD. Sop,
Bummer Schedule S. & U. R. R.,
SSSgsS DOWN TRAIN. ?? TRAIN.
*WSMS Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg.. fi.UP 5.25
Bateaville. 6.00 6.00 4.C8 4 .fi?
Pacolet. 6 08 6.13 4.40 4.46
Joneaville. 6.43 6.48 4 05 4.10 .
Union vii lo. 7 25 7.60 3.05 3.26
Santuo. 8.20 8.25 2 30 2.85
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Shelton. 9.15 9 20 1.85 1.40
Lylea' Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10.05 10.10 12.50 12.55
Alaton. 11.00 12.00
. May 24 THOB. B. JETER. President.
"Motte's Victoria Tonic Bitters."
Fur the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Diseases, General Debility,
and all Impurities of the Blood.
THESE BITTE RB have now firmly esta?
blished themselves in the favor of the
public and Ibo medical profession. Prepared
from purely vogel able ingredients of acknow?
ledged efficacy, their unrivaled and highly
tonio, stimulating and prophylactic qualities
?eculiarly adapt thom to all caeos of Oonera!
.ability, Nervous Prostration of the Bys
AB an excitant of the appetite and a whole?
some aid to tho procese of digestion, they j
will be fonnd to po very efficacious, while
their peculiar medical properties render them
of unequaled valuo to those subject to Chilla
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
These Bitters will be found most wonder?
fully Beneficial in all cases of Debility and Ir?
regularities of Females. Wheresoeverintro?
duced, thoy become a standard article-a
medicinal staple. Unlike the many noxious
stimulants advertised, tboy brace and fortify
the ?ystem without exciting nndue corebral
action. They are without doubt the beat to?
nic and constitutional renovator ever offered
to the public MOTTE A TAItBANT,
Manufacturers and Sole Froprietora,
Nowberry, 8. C.
Bold bv E. H. HKiNiTsn, Columbia, 8. C.
Hopi 16 _Gmo
-| /~\/~\ BOXES asserted CRACKERS.
IvJiJ 100 boxes assorted Canned Goods.
60 boxes Soap.
60 boxes Candy.
60 boxes Candles.
200 barrels Floor.
60 barrels Wbiakoy, coming in and in atoro,
and to whiob wo invito tho attontion of the
trade._LO BICK A LOWRANCE.
4TUBS Virginia Valley BUTTER,
G tuba Monntain Butter.
8 tuba Que Goshen Butter.
All nice and frosh and for sale LOW.
Oct 1 L?RICK A LOWRANCE
HOBES GOLDSMITH & SOB,
fWrtua?d Row. Vendue Range. Charleston, 8. Qi
Bcotoh, Pb? ?nd American Bax Iren,
TT EBP constantly on band a full ?apply of
JV all kinds. it,
Ctn ttore, 100 ton* EGLINTON PIG.
. Nor 38 ly
A (MEAT MEDICAL D18SQVEIY.
BULL LOMB Bear Teetisneny te ?io
Wonderful CoraUvo Effect? of
DB. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
Ota. AC to, Ban/?acuco, Oat, aa? ts nd ti 0?MmftI.r
Vlneirnr Bitten are not a rite Vtmcy Drink.
Made of Poor Ran, Whiskey, Proof ??Mu
and RcfoBo Llguors doctored, spiced ead sweet
encd to please tho taste, called "Tonlos,? "Appetiz?
ers," "Restorers," ftc, that lead tho tippler on to
drunkenness and rain, hot are atrae Medicine,made
from the Natl YO Boots and Herbs of California, tree
from ?!1 Alcoholic 8 tim a In nt a. They are tho
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER an? A LIFE
GIVING PRINCIPLE, a perfect Benovator sad
Xnvlgorator of tho System, carrying off all poisonous
matter sod restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
No person can take these Bitten according to direc?
tions and recala lons; unwell, provided their bones
are not destroyed br mineral poison or other means,
and tho vital organs waated beyond the point of re?
pair. O -sa?. -~
They are a Contle Purgative as well asia
I Tonic, possessing also, the peculiar merit of acUng
as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or ??f rn
I m nt iou ortho Liver, and nil tho Visceral Groans.
I POR. FEBIA1K COMPLAINTS, whether fat
yoong or old, married or Bingie, at the dawn of wo?
manhood or at the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters nave
? Vor Inflammatory and Chronic Rb tranaa
tlsm and Gout, Dyspepsia or I natl gestion.
Dillons, Remittent nndIntermittent Fevers*
Dise?aos of the Blood, Liter, Kidneys, nod
Blndder, th eso Bitters bara been moat successful,
finch Disensos are caused by Vitiated Bleed,
which la generally produced by derangement of the
Digestive O rosina.
*?TSx *?rSZA CR INDIGESTION, Head?
ache, Pain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tbs
Chest, Dizziness, Boor Eructations of tho Btu mach.
Bad taste In the Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of Ute Heart, Inflammation of the Langa, Pain Ja the
regions of tho Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are tho offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate tho stomach and stimulate the tor?
pid liver and bowels, which render them of unequalled
efficacy In cleansing the blood of all impurities, and
Imparting new life and vigor to the whole system.
FOB SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Bait
Rheum, Blotches Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Bells, Car?
buncles, Ring-Worms, Bcald-Head, Bore Eyes, Erisip?
elas, Itch, Scarfs, Discolorations of the Bkin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name er nature,
are literally dug up and carried ont of the system tn a
short time by the ase of these Bitters. One bottle in
such caaes will convince the moat incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find Ita
Imparities banting through th? skin in Pim pl es, Erup?
tions or Boree, cleanse lt when yon nod lt obstructed
and sluggish In th OT sine i cleanse U whoa lt ls foal, and
your reelings Trill tell yon when. Keep the blood pan
and tho health of tho system will follow.
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, lurking in the
system orso many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. For full dlrecUons, read carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed tn four lan?
guages-English, German, French and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. B. H. MCDONALD ft co..
Druggists and Gen. Agents, Ban Francisco. CaL, and
SJ and St Commerce Street, Hew York. >
t*T-EOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS ANO DRALEES.
Janell?ly !QE1QEB A MoGBEQQH, Agto.
Canned Goods! Canned Goods'. J
-? F Ci CASES fresh CANNED GOODS, Inst
JL?J)\J received, consisting in part as To How?
Condensed Ui lk,
Cove and Spiced Oysters,, Salmon, Lob?
sters, etc. For sale by
Pot 4_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
For Sight la PrleelensI
But the Diamond Rpeetaciet wilt Preserve tt.
IP you val?o your eyetdght use these PRR
FEW' LF.'nsRs. Ground from minute
crystal pobbl?a, melted together, and derive
their came "Diamond" on account of their
barduosB and brilliancy. Tb ey will last many
yoara without chango, and are warranted su?
perior 'o all others, manufactured by
J. E. SPENCER A OO.. .N. Y. .
CAIITION_None genuine unless stamped
with our trado mark. WM. GLAZE, Jeweler
and Optician, ie sole agent for Columbia, 8.
O., from whom they can ouly be obtained.
No peddlora employed. July 20 (Illy
AFEW reasons why they sb'ohld have ibo
proforenoo over all otherst'
1. Wheeler A Wilson's Sowing Machine is
muoh simpler than any of tho others; re?
quiring leaB than half tho amount of ma?
2. As the result of this simplicity, this ma?
chino is muoh less liable thau Uio others to
got ont of repair.
3. Another result of this simplicity is
4. Another result ls less friction, anil, con?
sequently, greater easo and rapidity of ino
tion, with less noise.
6. And greatest of all, that it nsoa no Shot,
tlo, and makes tho lock stitch.
It is tho cheapest to buy tho beat. Boy tho
maohino that nts Justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a roputation and indopondenco
against a strong and bitter competition. For
more than twenty years bas tho Wheeler A
Wilson not only stood tir?t and foremost, but
now stands the nm i vailed Sowing Machine ol
the enlightened civilised world. Boy tho ma?
chino tbat haa been thus tested and proved,
and then you are snro to get tho best. For
sale on tho easiest possible tonne. Sales?
room Main street, second door below PBQUIIX
ornoo, Columbia, 8. C.
J. 8. PUR8LEY, A gout.
A, WHYTE, General Southern Agent.
June 81___ 6mo
American C?nb Fish.'"
V..-.K- ^ - A DEL1CIOU3 relish: better
and much ohoapor than Sardines. For salo
Martin's Slicing: 8nb-Soiler and Deep
THE undersigned having purchased tho
right for this fit ate to manufacturo and
aell the above plow, tho boat and cheapest yoi
introduced, desires a reliablo Agent at avery
County Court ll on BO in tho State.
Oct lo EDWARD HOPE.