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?VBBT WEDNESDAY KOBNIH?.
3Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
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Office oa Richardson Street, near Taylor
*?r J?uok and Job Printing of everydeeorip
;?OQ promptly and faithfully attended to.
fncortod in the Daily at 76 cents per aqnare
for the flrat and 60 oents each aubsequont in?
sertion. Long advertiaementis by tue week,
mouth or year, at reasonable ratee.
Daily, aix months, Si U0; Tri-Weekly, 2 QC;
?Veekly, 1 ?0. _
UouMge to do Ulgiit.
We may have courage, all of us,
To start at honor's call,
To meet a foo, protect a friend,
Or face a cannon balli-9
To ebow the world one hero Urea,
The foremost in the fight
But do we alwaya manifest
The courage to do right?
To answer Not with stoady breath,
And quick, unfaltering tongue,
When fierce temptation, ever near,
Uer ayren song bas eung?
Ta care not for the bantering tono,
The Jeat, or atudted alight;
Content if we oan only have
The oourage to do right?
To atop aside from fashion's comae,
Or ouatom's favored plan ;
To pluck aa culciot from the streut,
Or help a fellow-man?
If not, then let na nobly try,
Henceforth, with all our might,
In every chao -to mueter up
The courage to do right I
Igow a. Daten General waa Circum?
vented by an Actreaa.
It will be remembered by macy of
those who, daring thc early period of our
"late unpleasantness," were so unfortu?
nate as to acquire the title of "rebel pri?
soner," that there were many, very many,
in the land of "moral ideas and wooden
nutmegs," who really sympathized with
the people of the Sooth in their gallant
and heroic struggle for independence,
and who did not hesitate to manifest
that sympathy by furnishing assistance,
in the way of food and clothing, to their
imprisoned friends. Among th oso who
thus sympathized with the South, was a
beautiful yonug actress in Philadelphia,
who resolved to dedicate every dollai of
her net earnings upon the stage to this
laudable parp?se. The number of those
who thns contributed to the relief of
Confederate prisoners was so large, and
the contribution? so -liberal, that to re?
ceive and distribute these benefactions
among the prisoners soon became annoy?
ing and troublesome to prison com?
mandants. The result was, that some of
these officers who had no hearts to feel
foi the sufferings of those whom they
were pleased to stigmatize as "rebels,"
made complaint to Secretary Stanton,
whereupon he issned a general order to
the effect that no one, other than a rela?
tive, should be permitted to furnish
either food, clothing or money, to rebel
prisoners. This order, as might well be
expected, for a short while, very effectu?
ally put a stop?.to the relief business.
Bat the ladies, Heaven bless them, who
are always foremost in deeds of benevo?
lence, and never deaf to tho* voice of
suffering, soon discovered, ia some way
or other, that .they had a good macy
brothers, and uncles, and nephews, and
cousins, languishing in Northern prison r,
and, under the generous promptings of
consanguinity, they began to write let?
ters to their imprisoned relatives, and to
send them boxes containing good, sub?
stantial clothing and wholesome food;
and, by the way, they would sometimes
manage, "by hook or by crook," to
smuggle in a bottle or two of real old
London Dook. Under this system, the
work of relief, after a while, became
almost as general as it was before Stan?
ton issued bis humane order.
In the month of January, 1865, the
Yankees captured a portion of Gee
Early's command-sent them first to the
- Old Capitol Prison, in Washington, and
from thence to Fort Delaware. Oar
friends at the North always bad active
agents on the lookout, who lost no op?
portunity of getting the names of as
many prisoners as possible while they
were being carried throngh the larger
oities and towns, and these were pub?
lished in such newspapers as were willing
to do so. This detachment from Gen.
Early's command consisted of thirty-five
men-all private soldiers. On their ar?
rival in Philadelphia, en route for "Pea
Patch Isle," i. e. Fort Delawaro, their
names were obtained and published in
the -, of whioh, I pr?same, oar
y omi g heroine was a regular reader. I
will withhold the name of the newspa?
per for fear that, if I reveal it, the dis?
loyal editor thereof might be prosecuted
for treason against "the best govern?
ment tho world ever saw."
The young actress singled ont ono
from the number, and addressed him a
short note, in these words:
MT DEAR BBOTUKB: By the merest ac?
cident, I saw your name, among others,
published in the columns of the
this morning, as a prisoner of w*r, on
your way from the Old Capitol prison to
Fort Delaware. But for this fortuitous
oirenmstanoe, yon might have languished
for months in prison without my know?
ing anything of your whereabouts.
Write to me immediately, and let me
know what you need in the way of food,
money or clothing; your wants shall be
supplied while in prison. Your affec?
tionate sister, -,
And assuming, for the time being, the
surname of her now-found brother, she
signed the letter and mailed it to bim at
Fort Delaware. The day after his ar?
rival at this hospitable retreat and delight?
ful watering place, he received his "sis?
ter's" letter; and his surprise when he
opened and read it may be better im?
agined than expressed. He had never
received such a letter before, and know
nothing of this ingenious method of cir?
cumventing Stanton's malignity. Ho
was quite sure ho had no sister in Yan?
kee land: no. not even a second cousin;
and he waa mnoh disposed to treat the
whole thing as a cruel hoax. He ven?
tured, however, to show the letter to
ono of the old inhabitants, who explained
the whole matter to him, and advised
him, by all means, to answer the letter
at once. He did so; whereupon a cor?
respondence ensued that proved profita?
ble to him and agreeable to his fair ben?
efactress. The Soldier was a well edu?
cated young Virginian, who managed to
make his letters very interesting to the
Time wore on and the Confederacy
wore out; and with the loss of tho no?
blest and most righteous oanse that ever
evoked human effort or enlisted human
sympathy, came a proclamation from
President Johnson, releasing from im?
prisonment all prisoners below tho rank
of major, upon condition that they took
tho oath of allegiance to the Govern?
ment of the United States. But the
prisoners were to be released according
to the date of their capture. Now, at
that time there were oonfined at Fort
Delaware about 8,000 prisoners, and the
quar term aster's department could far
nish transportation for only about l,O0G
a week. As our young soldier wa?
among the lost who ware captured and
sent to Fort Delaware, he woold, uudei
the provision of the President's procla?
mation, be among the last to be released.
Under these oironmatauGes, it is not sur?
prising that he became restive, and thal
every minute seemed a month with him,
In tho midst of his trouble and anxiety,
he resolved to write to his "Dear Sis?
ter," in Philadelphia, and ask her tc
apply to the President for a special re
lease, so that he might be able to quit
the "hated ?BIO" without having to awail
his turn. He did so; and she, npon re
oeiving his letter, instead of making at
! application to the President, took pas
' sage for Fort Delaware on board tin
I "General Bibauld," a little steamer tba'
plied regularly between Philadelphie
and the fort. She bad never met th?
commanding officer at Fort Delaware
bot she had heard that he was the verj
soul of gallantry and kind-heartedness
and, therefjre, concluded that bei
chancos of success would bo infinitely
better with him than with the man who
but a short whilo before, had tnrned i
deaf ear to tho piteous ories of poor
heart-broken Annie Surratt. Upon he
arrival at tho fort, sho lost no time ii
seeking the post commandant. Thi
officer was "every inch a man," ant
that, too, of the German persuasion
who, by gallantry in the field, had woi
a brigadier-general's commission. H
was kind-hearted and generous almoa
to a fault, as many a Confederate pri
Boner will cheerfully testify. He poe
eessed one virtue in an exceeding grea
degree. He was a great admirer of th
opposite sex, and nothing seemed t
gratify him so mnch SB to have it in hi
power to grant any request they migb
make of him in behalf of the prisoner
he had under his charge.
But to return to our story. On
young heroine went immediately to th
office of the commanding general, am
as she entered, ho was standing at
desk, writing, with his bno'i to the dooi
He did not see her when she entered tb
room, but hearing the rustling of silk
behind him-a sound that never fell ut
heard upon his car-he turned aronn
to behold standing before him one of th
moat beautiful and angelic creatnres tin
his two eyes had ever rested upon. Tb
good general was so completely st ru cl
that he involuntarily exclaimed, "Mei
Gotl der plue-eyed young peaudy is
most elegantly trcst."
The balance of the story I will lot th
general tell himself. His English is nc
BO good aB it might be, but I reckon tb
reader, by dint of hard work, will t
able to master it:
I vas in mine office von day, when ni
pody in der vorlt vas dare, and I heei
von seelk tress vot makes a pig fusa b
hint me, nnd I toorna arouut, und ol
mein Gotl vot does I seel I seo d<
most bootiful vimmeus vot I never sei
pefore sence I leafs der Yarderlandt nc
cooma to dis koontbry. I boots on
shmile on mine face, und makes ot
pow so bolite as vot von Sherman nefi
did pefore, und I sbeaks to her, nnd
say, "Mina goot lady, abos del me vot
can do for yon." Und den she luke
me so purty as nefer ver, nnd say, "Ol
Sheneral, you haf mine brudder he
von brisoner of var; I vant yon to tm
mine brudder loose und let him go hon
mit me." I say, "Vhen vas your brui
der capture?" She say,."I dinks ho \
capture abont der last Shannevary v
o#oms in dis year." I say, "Den yoi
brudder no go home mit you now, p
cause der Bresident, ho iesuo der broc
Um ashlin vot Bay dat I release dor bri
ners acoordin to der time vot doy ]
capture, und I no violato der Bresido
or der brooklana fish un." Und den bl
any to me vone moro time, "Oh, Sheo
ral, do let mine brudder go homo n
me." Uud dat time sho lake Ilks s!
was so purty as dat I almost dink:) I vi
der Bresident no more gif ency brock)
uf&shun vhatefer; but den I say vi
more dime, "Your braddor no go hoc
mit you now." Den she Bay, "Sheneri
veel you let mo see mino braddor?"
.ay, "Yes, you soe your brudder; vii
iah your brnddor's name?" Sho dels c
vot ish his name, und I galls der gorp
ral vot bees in mine office, und I writ
der name on von liddle beaco of bap<
und I dels him to go to Lieut. Wol!
vot has dor nhargo of all der brianei
und del him to sent me to dis man i
dis baper ish write apont shns so soon
eftr he cood. Yell, der gorporal dak
der little name vot I writes der baj?
?n, und pimeby, in leas dan dwan
minudes, he cooma pack agin und prie
mit him when he cooms dor oong m
vot der lady any she ish his brudd
Und oh, mein Gotl how it griefs i
sou), nnd how it prakes mice heart,
dink how she looke bittiful shits d
vhen her brudder cooms iu dur roo
Sho Rhtnro at him fife minudes hef<
sho shbeak von word, und den f
boorst out gryin, und vept like von 1
die prook; und she nnd her br lddcr t
bugged nod gieaed yon anodder; nnd
den mit a deaberste gonfuainu and a gry
of teapair, abe fell down in sohwooain
tito cm der vloor. Und Then I see ber
laying on der vloor, so sbeaobless, so
awfobl, so onearlhly, so unbeschreiblich
gast ly, L vas so bad abkare aa vot I nefer
vaa pebore; nod I rona ont of deer room,
und I gita der prandy mit der verter,
und 1 comes pack agin, und I rubs her,
und I rubs her, nnd x rubs her, till
pitneby she cooma to, und den der fuat
ding vot shosay to me ish, "Ob', Skene
ral, do let mino brudder go homo mit
me." Und I dela her von, two, tree
dimes more, "Your brudder nogo home
mit you; I no violate der brooklaniasbun
of der Brcsident." Und, py abinga,
shns so soon as vot I say dat vord von
more timo agin, she faints right away,
und falls down on de floor; und I dinks
maybe she bees deat nnd gone to Heafen.
Boot don I gits dor prandy mit der varter
agin, und dis dime I rubs her so much
more hard as vot I did pefore, dat pofore
it vus long vhile euee cooma to agin, und
dat dime, vhen she look oop ot me, I see
der great pig dears in her party plue
eyes, und she exoblaitn, "Ob, Sheneral,
you no let mine brudder go home mit
rae, der bref veel leaf mine poddy, und
I die BO soon as nefer vas." Und den I
exchlaim, "Ob, mein Got in Heafen!
vot shall I do? Der vomaus gry and
Bchream so pad, it almost preak mine
heart, und now sbo dels mo veel die, I
vish I vas no Sheneral vhntever; I vish
I vaa von tam brivato; I vish I vaa in
Vaderland; I vish Gristopher Golnmbua
waa at ter tenfnl; ho no discover Amori
ky, I no ooo Ji to dis koonthry, und den
I no hear di? ongel vomans gry und
sohream vot make me violate der brock
lamashnn of der 13resident." Sims at
dat moment, all at vonce, an ideo comes
from mine onloooky sthar, und I say to
der vomans, "You dakes your brudder
und you goes homo mit him." Yell, abe
luke mighty happy den, shus as if abo
never gry in der vorlt, und she takes her
brudder, und I gifs dem a boper vot to
go home mit, nnd dey leafs mine offece.
Shus den, Lieut. Hawkins, der Brovost
Marshal, he cooma roonin in mine offece
so fast like der tenfel wen he shase a
doctor's soul. Und ho was laughin so
much und BO lout OB vot I nefer bert
him laugh before. Und I say, "Vot for
you langhin, Lieut. Hawkins?" Und he
say, "Sheneral, dat vomans vot cooma in
your offece shus now, abe fools you; abe
ish von tam actress, vrom Philadelphia."
Und shns den I kesh der trnte, nnd dink
she faint mighty easy; und I dink, too,
it was der most adrooions action der
vorlt vas efer saw.
Tho well-planned scheme of the young
actress succeeded, and no one, after?
words, rejoiced more nt her success than
did the kind-hearted General.-Norfolk
Correspondence of the Elizabeth City (N.
C. J Economist.
Wc Live and Learn, Die and Forget All.
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
No. 350 KINO FT RF. KT, CUABLESTON, B. G.,
DYES sud CLEANS, by moana of Bteam,
gentlemon'e, ladies* and children's
clothes. Fine laces and lace curtains cleaned
and dono up with tho soft or manufacturer's
finish; lace and crapo shawls and kid gloves
cleaned and dyed. Goods received and re?
turned hy exprcBs. I. BILI,KU, Proprietor.
Branch oftice at Mrs. G. ?. Reed's- millinery
establishment, Columbia. Feb 24 Smo
MOSES GOLDSMITH & S0?7
Colonade How, Vendue Hange, Chttrleston, S, C,
Scotch, Pier and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply of
In storo, 100 tons EGLINTON PIG.
THE subscribers, having thia day formed a
copartnership, to be known and atylod ae
HOWIE & ALLEN, and having leased for a
term of year? the shops and machinery, and
bought tho materials on thopromiaoH form- r
ly occupied by James M. Allon, are prepared
to entor into contracts for building or he
finishing of all shop-mado materials, ench as
BLINDS, Doors, Sash, Window Frames, Ac ,
Ac. Also, tho Dressing of Lumber, Scroll
Sawing and Turning, and would respectfully
solicit a share of the public patronage.
HOWIE <fc ALLEN.
JOHN M. HOWIE, Enw.uu, ALLEN.
COLUMBIA, November 13,1871. Doc 111 Smo
IHAVE this day associated with me, in the
Drug.and Apothecary business, Mr. L. T.
BILLI At AN, a graduate of Philadelphia Col
logo of Pharmacv. The nanoo and stvloof the
firm will be F13HE11 St 8ILL1MAN. *
W. 0. FISHER.
JANDAUT IC, 1872. Jan_20
Revenue Stamps! Revenue Stamps!
A LL DENOMINATIONS for salo at the
A u-uial discount, at tho SOUTH CARO?
LINA BANK AND TRUST CO^ JDeo 7
Gourd Seed Corn.
AFEW bushels Pennsylvania GOURD
REED CORN, fur seed. Very productive
and adapted to this climate. For salo by
Fob 21 _E. HOPE.
Choice Potatoes! Choice Potatoes! !
BEES EE'S PEERLESS NO. 6 and
EARLY ROSE POTATOES.
TTTTITHOUT exception, KRESEE'S PRRR?
W LESS and EARLY ROSE aro tho best
seedlings for main crop. No bettor potato
oan bo plant ed. I have a (ino lot selected
first with rogard to size and quality. For
sale by E. H. FIEINITSH,
Jan 24 t Dmggiat.
Thorburn'B Garden Seeds.
ALARGE assortment of hush GARDEN
HEED?, Onion Sots, Ac, ?or calo low.
Jan 13_ _ EDWARD HOPBL
Fresh Biscuits and Crackers.
ALARGE assortment and choice variety,
Just in and for salo low. E. HOPE.
Potatoes! Potatoes! !
. ti\C\ BARRELS POTATOES, consisting
??VJ VJ ot Pink Eyes,
Jnat received and for salo low, by
.i?!1-!1 _JOHN AGNEWfe SON._
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
_ THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Apply at
Jan 23^'m_ZRNK' SAVINOt> BANIL
Corn and Oats.
1(\(\f\ BUSHELS WHITE CORN.
,UUU 300 bushola FEEDING OATS,
for salo low for cash. E. UOI'E.
ISUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
THE OLDEST SUPER-PHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY.
COMPOSED o? DONES, Potaeb. Fhosphatio Guano, Concentrated Animal Ammoniacal
? Matter, and SuJphurio Acid. No Salt, Batt Cake, Nitre Cake, Planter, nor Adulterant or
Absorbent of an; kind used. Factory opened tor inspection at all times. Nineteen yeare of
practical experience. Introduced in 1852. Patent?d December 29,1859. Quick action and
permanent improvement to tho soil. Tealimony ol bundi eda of well-known plantera in itB
favor on every varietv of crop and soil, even during extreme adverse seasona. $45 oash-f 50
time, payablo November 1,1872. KINSMAN ft BOWELL,
Jan 24 fSmo Oeueral Agenta for South Carolina,No. 128 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
COPELAND A BEASDEN, Local Agents, Colombia, B. C.
.Atlantic Acid Phosphate.
IraiS article, prepared by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under diroction of
. their Chouiift, DB. KT. JULIEN BAVENEL, for composting with Cotton Seed, ia now
ottered at tho reduced price of 8??8 por ton cash, or 931 per ton, payable 1st November,
1872, free nf interest.
Orders tilled now will bo considered as cash 1st March, 1872, or on tiaro aa doo lstNovem
bor, 1872, thereby OD aiding plantet? to haul it at a timo when their wagons and mules are
?dio- PKLZBR, llOUt.F.lts Ai CO., Grntrsl Agenta,
Jan 4 Smo Brown's Wharf, Charleston, B. 0.
THIS FERTILIZER, manufactured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under
tho direction of their Chemist. Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVEN EL. is now offered to the plant?
ing community at the VERY REDUCED PRICE OF 8*8 FER TON CASH, or ?53 PAYABLE
1ST NOVEMB?R, 1872, FREE OF INTEREST.
This Fertilizer has been vciy extensively ueed in this State,and has given entire satisfac?
tion; some of tho most practical planters admitting it to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound
All sales made now will bo considered as cash on the lat of March, 1872, and to thoae
buying on time, the sale will bc considered aa due on 1st November, 1S72.
By this arrangt ment, plantera will bo enabled, without extra cost, to haul their.manure
at a timo when their wagons and mules aro idle. Pamphlots containing the certificates of
thoae who have need the Atlantic Phr snhate will be furnished on application to tho Agents.
PELZKR, UOOQBK8 ?Si CO., tiencral Agenta,
Brown's Wharf, Charleston, B. C.
COPELAND ft DEARDEN, Agents, Columbia. S. C. Jan 4 Smo
WHEELER & WILSON'S
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
11HE simplicity, durability, ease of manage?
ment aud great rangs of work of this
Machino hae made it tho universal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machine for more
than twenty years, and hinco it is no experi?
ment to buy one.
For sale* on monthly instalments, second
Joor below PntKNix office, Columbia, 8. C., by
A. J. PUR8LEY,
Fob 27 Agent for Pnrsley ft Trump.
"M?NEYCA??OT B?Y~?T? ~
For Sl?l>t la Priceless!
Bul the Diamond Spectacles will Presera II,
IF von value vonr eyesight use theeo PKR
PECT liRNSES. Ground from minute
crystal pobbles, melted togelher, and derive
their namo "Diamond" on acconnt of their
liardnese and brilliancy. They will last many
years without change, and aro warranted su?
perior ' o all others, manufactured by
J. E. SPENCER ft CO.; N. Y.
CAUTION.-Nono genuine unless stamped
with our trado mark. WM. GLAZE, Jeweler
and Optician, is solo agent for Columbia, S.
C., from whom they can only be obtained.
?eddlers employed. July 21 Illly
Blood and Liver Pills.
TO cure SICK HEADACRE, 8ick Stomach,
Dizziness or Vertigo. Sad 'laste in the
Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervousness, Constipation, Pain.i in
tho Breast and Back, Kidney Affections.
To euro all Dieorders of tho Liver.
To Begulate the Bowels.
To Purify tho Blood.
To give now life to tho whole Syetem, the1
Blood and Liver. Cannot bo surpassed. Try
Dnly one box: you will bo convinced. For
salo only at HEINITSH'S
Jan G Drug Storo.
Read! Read!! Read!!!
STATE CAPITOL RESTAURANT.
Hear corner Main and Bridge Streets.
OYSTERS in every stylo
^t^?wSr Roasted, Stowed, Fried and
^4fW Broiled. Good Liquors, fino
?Vines, imported CigarB.
N.B. Privato SUPPER BOOMS.
FRAN KLIN Ss FINE,
Oct 26 _ Proprietors.
COTTON 8EED REFINED OIL, by tho gal-1
lon or barrel. Also, in glaass, pinta and
juarts. For salelow._E. HOPE.
Pickles, Frnits and Vegetables.
I f?A DOZEN, in glaes and cans, of tho
Lt)U choicest kindH, as follows: English
t'iccalili and Chow Chow; California Apricots
md Bartlett Pear*; Pino Apples, fresh Peach?
's, Plums, SI raw be rries. Tomatoes, Oreen I
'om, Asparagus, Spanish Olives, Capers'
iVorcoRtcr Sauce, French and English Mus-1
ard, Dessicated Cocoanut, Chocolate Paste,
Sasenco Coffee, Ac; all fresh and for aalo low
or cash. E. HOPE.
VTEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Lv Breakfast Strips,
Smoked Beef, for salo low. E. HOPB.
I r\f\ DOZEN AXES.
LUVy *fl bales Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow Tics.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
200 pairs Trace Chains.
Just received and for salo at lowest mnrkvtt
u-twK^ L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
American Club Fish.
4*Ci$8$S& A DELICIOUS rebel); better
.nd much cheaper than Sardines. For aalo
>y_ _h. HOPE.
174?R the winter season, I will brew all
? DOUBLE STRONG BEEB. Drink
locgors' unadu'.u rated Double Strong Beer,
.nd you gt t th. >?->r;Vi <?f your money. This
leer is .uso pu ooulcs, and for aalo at
1 50 por dos? e
1 havo also received a supply of tho Jnstly
olobrated PANCAKE-regarded tho host
?hewing Tobacco. JOHN 0. REF.QERB.
Money to Lend,
r\N marketable collaterals, at
IJ THE CITIZENS'SAVINGS BANK.
Powe cr. Shot, &c.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of Gun and Blast?
f\. ing POWDER, Shot, Lead, Percussion
'apa, Gnu-wads, fte., on hand and for sal?
ow, at wholesale and retail, by
Dec 20 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Georgia Lime and Fertilizer Company
OFFER their SHELL LIME to the planting
publie in full confidence in ita excellence
It WBB extensively need the past season on
Wheat, Corn and Cotton, and has given entire
satisfaction, aa is shown by a number of
certificates from some of thoboBt plantera In
Georgia and South Carolina.
Our priooa for Fertilizing, or X Lime, ia 115
fier ton cash, put up in casks or barrels, de
ivered in the city of Augusta or at any land
in (j on the Havannah Itiver. The price of our
XXX, or Manon's Lime, ia $2 per barrel, de?
livered aa above.
We aro agonts for the celebrated "Stonewall
Cotton Fertilizer" and "Pure English Dis?
solved Bone," which wo receive direct from
England, and can offer to the public at re?
duced prices. COLE8, SIZER Sc CO.,
No. 14 Mclntoah street, Augusta, Qa.
Agent, Ti?OS. B. CLARKSON, Columbia, S.
C._Pot 17 Gmo
"Motto's Victoria Tonic Bitters."
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Diseases, General Debility,
and alt Impurities of the Blood.
THESE BITTE Ii 8 have now firmly esta?
blished themselves in tho favor of the
public and the medical profession. Prepared
from purely vegetable ingredients of acknow?
ledged efficacy, their unrivaled and highly
tonic, stimulating and prophylactic quahtiea
peculiarly adapt them to all cases of General
Debility, Nervous Proatration of the Sya
As au excitant of the appetite and a whole
aomo aid to tho process of digestion, they
will be fonnd to be very efficacious, while
their peculiar medical properties render them
of unequaled value to those subject to Chilla
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
Thcso bitters will bo found moat wonder?
fully beneficial in all enees of Debility and Ir?
regularities of Females. Wheresoever intro?
duced, they become a standard article-a
medicinal staple Unlike the many noxious
stimulants advertised, they brace and fortify
tho system without exciting undue cerebral
actiou. They aro without doubt the best to?
nic and constitutional renovator over offered
to tho public. MOTTE Sc TARRANT,
Manufacturers aud Sole Proprietors,
Newberry, B. C.
Sold bv E. H. IlEiNiTsn, Columbia, S. C.
Sept 22 Cmo
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OW COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. 8500.000.
THIS Bank is now open for the tranaaotlon
of a general banking business.
CK UTI ri CAT KS or DEPOSIT, bearing interest
at tho rate of seven (7) per cent, per annum,
will be issued.
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 OD all the promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Delgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Leiters of Credit iaanod,
( av aldo in any of the above places
Drafts on all the prominent cities in the
United Statea bought and sold.
Banking House oppoaite Columbia Hotel.
Upon from 9 to 3._Feb 28 ly
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposita of $1 and Upwards Beceived,
INTEREST ALLO WED A T THE HATEO!
SE VEE FEB CENT. FEB ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICA 2ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX FER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTHS ONACCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer, Vice-President.
A. G. Bronizer, Caahior.
J. lt. haw\ er, in gcueial chkigo.
John C. B. Smith, Attsibtaut Caahiei.
Wade Bampton, William Martin, A. C. Hits
koll.F. W.McMautor.E. li. Heiuitah, Jobi B.
fainter, Thomas E. Gregg, Colombia.
J. Eli Grugg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Nowborry.
W. G. MayeB, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
DanielRavenel, Jr.. Charleston.
UoohauioB, 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 andTruetoet
wiahing to draw intoreat en their funda nnti)
thoy roquiro thom for businosa or other pur?
poses: Parente desiring to sot apart small
tums for tneir children, and Married Women
und Minora ( whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
Iheirlogal representativos,) withing to lay
ueidofnndsfor futuro nae.are hore afforded
au opportunity nf depositing their moana
whore they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
l.hesamo timo, bo subject to withdrawalwhon
leoded. Aug 18
THE undersigned has Inst opened a lot of
IMPORTED CORDIALS, of varioua kinds,
embracing Pcrfoct Lovo, Vanilla, lloae,
Anisette, otc. Also, Imported Maraschino,
Curacoa and Absinthe T. M. POLLOCK.
New Freight and Pa wenger Route,
V\a Columbia, B. C., and Wilmington, R. C*
WILMIKOTON. COLUMBIA AND AUOUSTA B. B.,
OFFICE Q?N'L FUF.IOHT & TICKET AotNT,
WILMINGTON, N. C., Deo. 18 187i.
THE attention of Merchant?, (shippers of
Cotton and Produce, and the public gene
rally, is invited to tho direct connection now
existing between all interior points in South
Carolina and Northern cities, hythe Wilm?ig
lon, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, and ita
connections at Wilmington, eitber via steam?
ship lines from tKa t port, or via Wilmington
and Weldon Railroad, and ita connections via
Portsmouth or Petersburg.
These various lines, connecting at these
terminal points, afford facilities for shipment?
to or from BALTIMORE daily, PHILADEL?
PHIA tri-weekly, NEW YORK five times per
week. BOSTON semi-weekly.
Uniform rates are maim a ft erl with all com?
peting linea. No detention occur? to ship?
ments. Through bills lading given between
all stations and points named. Rates and
classification sheets obtained of all Agents.
The passenger schedule of night train from
and morning train into Columbia gives a su?
perior connection for all points on Greenville
and Columbia and Charlotte, Colombia and
Augusta Railroads, giving a Bay tine connec?
tion via Port Brnos th, and an all rail connection
via Washington, and avoiding all delays at
Through ticket H for Bale at Columbia to all
points North. For ratee, classifications and
all information, apply to
A. POPE, Gen'l Freight A Ticket Agent.
J. C. WINDEE, Gen'l Bnp't. Jan 7 Brno
Change of Schedule.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA A A uar RTA R. R. Co.
WILMINGTON, N. C., January 10; 1872.
ElftJ&Qa@B?t?, ??T-EB th?f J1 Vo th?
BgWilWT?* following sohedulo will
be run by traina on this road :
DAT EXPHKSS THAIN [DAILY.]
Leave Wilmington [UnionDepot| 8.50 A.M.
Arrive at Colombia. 1.15 P. M.
Leave Columbia. 8.20 A. M.
Arrive Wilmington [Union Depot] 5.80 P. M.
Ki OUT BXPBE88 THAIN.
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot] 6.45 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 6.80 A. M.
Leave Columbia. 6.SO P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 6.00 A.M.
No NIGHT TRAINS leave Wilmington or
Columbia Sunday P. M.
Jan 13 JOHN C. WINDEE, Gen'l Sup't.
Change of Schedule,
SOUTH CAROLINA It AILBOA? COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 9,1871.
Change of Schedule
'to go into effect on
and after Sunday, 24th instant:
MAIL AND PASBENOEB THAIN.
Leave Columbia at.7.40 am
Arrive at OharloBton at.8.20 p va.
Leave Charlestonat.8.20 a m
i rr?ve at Columbia ai.'.8.40 p m
NIGHT EXPBEBS, FBEIOBT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN. [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at.7.C0 p m
Arrive at Charleston at. 7,00 am
Leave Charleston at.7.10 pm
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 a ta
Camden Accommodation Train will con
tinne to run to Columbia as formerly-Mon?
day H, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PIPKINS. General Ticket Agent._
Charlotte. Columbia anti Augusta R.B
COLUMBIA, 8. C., January 1,1872.
ON and after Thursday,
KSthinstant, the following
schedule will bo run over thia road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Augusta.3.15 A.M. 6.00 P.M.
Leave Columbia.8.22 A. M. 11.04 P. M.
Arrivo Charlotte.2.09 P. M. 5.15 A. M.
Leave Charlotte.7.15 A. M. 7.80 P. M.
Leave Columbia.1.35 P. M. 2.C0 A. M.
Arrivo Augusta.G.50 P. M. 7 80 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Both trains make cloee con?
nection to all points North, Sonth and West.
Through tickets sold and baggage checked
to all principal points.
E. P. ALEXANDER, General Snp.
E. R. DonsEY.Oen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO.,
COMPANY SHOPS. N. C., Jnne 3,1871.
?7S mn rWf?KSSii ON and ftlter BUNDAY,
tflBSEH Jane 4, 1871, TRAINS will
be run over this Road in accordance with the
following TIME TABLE.
Traine Going East. Traina West.
ABBrVX. LEAVE. A II lt I VE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5.35 am 3.10 pm
Salisbury 8.03 a m 8.23 am 5.26 pm 6.80 pm
Or'nsb'o 11.08am 11.13 am 8.25 pm 8.85 pm
Co Shopl2.40 p m 1.05 pm 9.66 p m 10.16 p m
Hillsb'ro 2.28 pm 2.33pm 11.85 p m 11.37 p m
Haleigh 6.05 p m 2.05 a m 2.40 a m
Goldsboro 7-20 a m
Charlotte7.15am 8.00 pm
Salisbury 4.32 am 4.37am 5.15 pm 5.26 pm
Gr'nsb'o 1.25am 1.36 am 2.10 pm 2.20 pm
Co8hopll.S7pml2.02am 12.80 p m 12.60 pm
HillsbrolO.07 p m 10.09 a m 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Raleigh 6.68pm 7.40 am 8.45 am
Goldsb'o 3.00 pm
June 6 W. H. GREEN, Ma?, Trans.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., MABCH 1,1871.
schedule will ho ran daily, Sundays excopted:
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a. m.
" Alston.9.10 a. ta.
" Newberry.11.16 a.m.
" Cokesbury.3.00 p.m.
Arrivo at Greenville. 6.30 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 6.16 a.m.
" Belton.8.05 a. m.
.* Cokesbury.10.07 a.m.
.? Abbeville. .8 15 a. m.
.4 Newberry. 1.60 p.m.
" Alston. 4.05 p.m.
Arrivo at Columbia.6.65 p.m.
THOS. DODAMEAD. General Sup.
M. T. BABTLETT, General Ticket Agent.
Sunmer Schedule S. & U. B. E.,
OgE|gi?aQ DOWN TRAIN. UP 'J RAIN.
?j?Sjfp?*t*?f? Arrive. Leave Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg.. 6 SO 5.25
Batesville. 6.00 6.00 4.t3 4.53
Pacolet. 6 08 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. G.43 6.48 4.05 4.10
Unionville. 7.25 7.60 3.05 8.25
Hantuc. 8 20 8 25 2.30 2.85
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.16
Shelton. 9.15 9.20 1.36 1.40
Lylee' Ford... 0.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Btrothor. 10.05 10.10 12.60 12.56
Alston.ll 00 12.00
May 24 TH08. B. JETER, President.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
_-?--, Loavo Anderson.6.00 P. M.
baHSBHy " Pendleton. 7 00 . "
*w 1"r " PerryvUle.7.45 "
Arrivo at Walhalla.8.30 .?
Loavo Walhalla.3.45 A. M
.. Porryvillo.4.30 .'
" Pendleton.5.80 *?
Arrive at Anderson.6.30 "
Waiting at Anderson one honr for the arrival
of np train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 2_W. H. D. GAILLARD. Sup,
One Puncheon Lochgilphead.
THE best SCOTCH WHISKEY. Dealers
can haro it nearly at cost.
Nov 15 JOHN C. SEEGEB8.