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-*Y JULIAN A, SELBY,
rrj a niau eu. AWP PBopaiaroa.
Offload a Richardson Street, near Taylor
p . ?.???? ? .
?V-Bqok and JouPriuting of oTerydoaorip
Kott ptPWpUy atid raitaj&dl??tteudad (?.
Inserted in the Daily at 76.oentB per squaro
for the flrat and 60 cents eaoh subsequent in
Mrtion. JUpng advertisements by tho weok,
Daily, six months. $4 00; Trl-Woekly, 2 SC)
yeekly, 150. "
i "Sweet Spirit. NooC AX? Theu."
Ohl when the rosy blustrot morn
O'er wakened nat oro beams,
And bright abd lovely o'er ib? hill
And ?parkhng val.ey atroaiua;
When, ?h> Sweet fbruat warideru
Are.chantiug forth their lu j R,
Harmonious with the thonsaud tonguca
That weluoino back the days;
* Ohl as'the J >ynil matin BWOIIS
From mountain,.yalloy, glen,
In myriad ech?os Op to lloavon
, "awuct Spirit, meut me then."
And whoa tho hist declining beam
Of ?onlight fadeB awuy,
And twiligtit'a golden mantle Bbronds
From view thu King of day;
When naturo, weary of her joya,
In murmurs sinks to r? st;
The eaglo to his oj rie flies, -
? The linnet to hor nest ;
The spirit atilluesa of that hour
Awakes my heart again
To muse on momenta that aro fled
"Sweet Spirit, meet me then."
And, ohl at midnight's lonely hour,
. My spirit wanders free,
And forth on magio pinions speed
To wing ita way to thee;
And hov'rtng near thy pillowed head
I watch thy lips the while,
To hear perchauco my murmured name.
Or soe thy dreaming smile;
And then 1 turn from theo to Him
' 'Who rule? the fat oof men,
To breathe one prayer for theo and me
"Swuot Spirit, muet me thou."
"SWEET SPOUT, MEET MB THEN."
Acta ami Joint itt-aolui ton? l*a?sed by thc
General A usc in My <>t South earollna,
Regular Session, X87X and 1878.
Alt AOT BELiATTNQ TO THO BOMBS Off TBE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Whereas bonds or obligations pf this
State have been issued, from time to
time, to a largo amount, in accordance,
aa waa supposed by the officers issuing
the same, with the authority and provi?
sions of oertaiu Acts of the General As?
sembly, inolnding "An Act authorizing
a loan to redeem the obligations known
as the bills receivable of the State of
South Carolina," approved August 26,
186S; also, "An Act to authorize a State
loan to pay interest on the public debt,"
approved August 26, 1868; also, "An
Aot to provide fer tba. appointment of a
Land Commissioner, and to define his
.powers and duties," approved March 27,
1869; also, "An Act to amend tbe last
named Act, and for other purposes,"
approved March 1, 1870; also, "An Act
to authorize a loan for the relief of tbe
Treasury," "approved February 17, 1869;
also, "An ?ot to provide for the conver?
sion of State securities," approved
March 28, 1869; and "An Aot to author?
ize the Financial Agent of the State of
South Carolina, in the city of New York,
to pledge State bonds as collateral secu?
rity, and for 'other purposes," approved
March 26, 1869; which said bonds are
fully stated and Bot forth in a report
made by the Treasurer of the Stato to
the General Asssmbly, dated October 31,
1871; and whereas doubts have arisen
whether said issues were in strict con?
formity to the provisions of the said
several Acts under whioh they were ro
speotively issued; and whereas it was
the true intent and meaning of the seve?
ral Aots above set forth that such issues
of bends or obligations should be made
in the manner in whioh the same have
been made, as aforesaid; and whereas,
also, doubts have been raised us to the
validity of some of tho bonds mentioned
in the said annual report of the State
Treasurer, for tbe fiscal yearecdiag with
October 31, 1871, although mouey bas
been borrowed by, or realizad out of,
?aid bonds on account of this State; aud
whereas the orodit of this State has bceu
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the Statt
of South Carolina, note met and sitting in
General Assembly, and by the authority oj
tho same, That the enid bonds and obli?
gations, issued on behalf of this Stato,
aa moutioued und set forth iu the report
of the Treasurer of this Stato to thc
General Assembly, dated October 31,
1871, wero duly und lawfully issued it
conformity with tho true intent nun
meaning of the several Acts of tin
General A^embly, hereinbefore sot fort!
by their ro^pectivo litios.
SEO. 2. That the aots of tho officers o;
this State, authorized under tho provi
sions of tbe laws of this State, and o:
the several Acts hereinbefore referred to
to tho extent of all issues of bouda oi
obligations enumerated and set forth ir
the said report ol the Treasurer, be, um
are hereby, in nil things, ratified, ooo
firmed and established.
SEO. 3. That oaoh and all of the bond
named in said annual report of the Tren
surer of this State for the fiscal yea
ending with Outobor 31, 1871, be, um
tbe ?ame are, hereby, deolared to b<
legal and valid bonds of the .Stato o
Sooth Carolina, for tho payment o
whioh tho faith, credit and funds of th
State have been, and are hereby
pledged: Provided, That no bonds b
inoluded whioh aro not registered in th
Treasury at the timo,of the passage o
this Aot, as provided for in Section 14
/ rtiole IX, of the Constitution, relatiuj
to finance and taxation.
SEO. 14. The section of each of tin
Acts under whioh said bonds purport *<
be issued, which -provides for un uanna
tax to pay the interest, is hornby do
dared to be a part of this Aot ; un annua
tax, in addition to all other taxes, abai
be levied upon tho property of the Statt
/?ufficient to pay thc interest on tbi
bobd? named in. or provided for by, tb!?
(Aol, untU -the pr?noipal';oBV*aid bonds
?hall become due; ?acm payment to bb,
made in Unit ed States oorren?y oolyV?bi
SJBC. 5. Hereafter, every, bond -<K>n-!
verted or issued under or in pursu?hco
oi anyoi ibo 1?ws o' thia Suter, shall bs
of tho description and etyle of tboae
berotofore issued under an Act entitled
'.Au Act to provide for the conversion of
State securities," approved Marah 23,
ISGO, au tb at all tba bouda of this State
ehull be of due description and style, aa
aoon aa the ezohange can be made: Pro?
vided, That all bonds of the State of
South Carolina, cob verted io to stock of
said'State, and all stock of the State of
South Oarolinaj converted into conver?
sion bonds of the State, as provided in
tba Act ' hereinbefore mentioned, ap?
proved M rob 28,1869, sbnll be canceled
immediately upon the conversi?n of the
same, and retired from issue or hypothe?
SEO. G. All, bonds heretofore author?
ized to be issued, bhall be issued in pur?
suance of, and in conformity with, the
provisions of this Act, und shall bo con?
verted into bonds, of tho stylo and de?
ecription named in tho next preceding
section, os speedily as tho tame cun bo
SEC. 7. That neither tho sum uor
sums realized from nuy eulo ur suits of
any of the bonds of thu State, nor tho
manner of salo of any of tho bonds of
this State, shall in any manner affect or
impair the validity. and obligation
SEO. 8. Tho Governor is hereby author?
ized aud required to sign all the boude
named in this Aot. The State Treasurer
is authorized and required to counter?
sign the samo. And the Secretary of
State is authorized and required to aflix
the seal of tho State to tho ?ame without
delay: Provided, That no bonds shall be
signed by the Governor, or counter?
signed by the State Treasurer, except
for the conversion of bonds or stocks
already issued pursuant to law.
SEO. 9. Nothing contained in thia Act
shall authorize the issue or conversion
of any bonds of this Stato other than
those named in tho report made by the
i State Treasurer, HS specified in the third
section of this Act, and such as have
been authorized under previous laws of
SEO. 10. The Oommercial Warehouse
Company, in the oily of New York, and
Carolina National Bank, in the city of
Colombia, South Carolina, are hereby
declared to bo authorized places for the
registering of bonds, coupons or stocks
of the State of Sooth Carolina, and they
ure authorized, on tho passago of this
Act, to immediately advertise, in one or
two of tho prinoipal papers in each of
the cities of New York, Columbia and
Charleston, to the bolderr of all tho
bonds, coupons or stock of the Stato of
South Carolina, tba necessity of regis?
tering their bonds, coupons or stock at
one of tho above authorized places of
registry. lu the registration of said
bonds, coupons or stock?, the number
and denomination of eaob bond, cou?
pon, or certificate of stock, the Aot un?
der whioh it was issued, and the name of
the person, association, corporation or
firm representing the same ahull be re?
corded, uud the tima and placo of regis?
tration ahull be endorsed upon said
bonds, coupons or stocks, so that the
same bonds, coupons or stocks may not
be presented ut more than ono place ol
registration. It shall be tho .duty of thc
said Commercial Warehouse Compuny,
in tho city of New York, and the Curo
lina National Bank, in the city of Co?
lumbia, South Carolina, to publish ic
the cities of New York, Charleston and
Columbia, quarterly statements of whole
amount of the bonds, coupons or stockt
registered by them, the number, deno
mination, and the Act undor which thej
were issued. The State Treasurer ant
Financial Agent of the State, in the cit]
of Now York, shall not pay interest ot
said bonds or stocks until they hav<
boen registered according to the require
monts of this Aot.
SEC. ll. All Aots or parts of Acts con
trary to, or inconsistent with, this Ac
aro, for tho purpose of this Act, bnt fo
no other purpose, hereby repealed.
SEO. 12. This Act shall take effect im
Approved March 13, 1872.
JOINT rtiiSOiiUTioN rnoposiNO AN AMEND
SI ir NT TO TUE CONSTITUTION OP TU
STATE OF HOUTn CAIIOLINA.
Be it resolved by the Senate and Hons
nf H^preaenUilives of the Stale >f Soul
Carolina, (two thirds cf both Houses con
curring.) That th? following urticie b
submittud to tho qualified electors of th
State, nt tho next general election fo
Representatives, ns nu amendment t
tho Constitution of the State, which, i
a majority of tho electors qualified t
voto for members of tho General Assem
bly, votiug thereon, shall vote in favo
of such amendment, and two-thirds c
euch brauch of tho next General ASSOIE
bly shall, after such an election, and bt
fore another, ratify the tame, Khali bt
como putt of the Constitution, namelj
To the eud that ibo public debt of Sout
Carolina may not hereafter be increase
without the due consideration, and ire
consent of the people of tho Stato, tb
Uonerai Assemoiy is hareby forbidde
to create any further debt or obligation
either by the loan of the credit of th
State, by guarantee, endorsement u
otherwise, except for the ordinary an
ourreut business of the State, wi th on
first submitting the question as to th
creation of any such new debt, goarac
toe, endorsement or loan of ita oredit, t
the people of this State, at a geuert
State election; and, unless two-thirds c
the qualified voters of this State, votin
on the question, shall be iu favor of
further debt, guarantee, endorsement c
loan of its credit, none ouch shall b
orented or made.
That the question of adopting thi
amendaient shall bo submitted to th
electors as follows: Those in favor t
thu amendment shall deposit n bullo
with tho following words written ci
prlnlea thereon: "OSfi?Ufttm't?aTAmSh'a'-,
mS?t, Axtiele-- 16.J Yea." Tho?} op?
posed to thoi amendment1 ?hali ca?t a
ballot, with th?i following words writteb
or printed thereon ? ."Constitutional
Amerjdoaent, Articlo 16. ; No." ip i i
?pprcred Mfereh*13? 18?* - ' "
AN ACT TO OI?ABTER TUE nAIiEIOE'. CO?.TJH
i BIA ARD A?QTJSTA A1H-UN8 BABOBOAD
COMPABY. N ?"? .,.<>
SECTION>1. Bc il enacted by the Senate
and Boase >bf . Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now mei and sitting in
.General Assembly, and by the authority of
the same. That, for tbe parp?se of build?
ing and establishing an air-line railroad
from some point near tba oity of An?
gosta, Georgia, within the limits of this
State, by tba way of the oity of Coln ru?
bin, Chesterfield, Cuoraw and Marlboro,
to some point on the dividing lino be?
tween this Stuto and tho State of North
Carolina, to bo determined by tho corpo?
rators hereinafter named; that a charter,
with the rights and privileges incidental
to the same, be, and is hereby, grunted
to and vested in Charles Adams, John
Smith, Thomas Steers, August Bre?
un icke, John T. Lee, Edward Alien,
Phillip Heller, M. D. Stono, Lewis Wil?
son, I. T. OweuH, lt. L. Jones, Thomas
Sauds, James Harvey. M. li. Allen,
Amos Miles, David J. Hun ka, and their
associatea or assigns; and when n com?
pany shall bo formed, in compliance
with (ho conditions herciu prescribed,
it shall be knowu by the name of tho
Raleigh, Columbia and Augusta Air
Line Railroad Company, and shall have
a corporate existence us a body politic in
SEO. 2. That tho capital stock: of said
company shall bo two million of dol lars,
in BUares ol twenty dollars each; and,
in order to raise the said capital stock,
it shall bo lawful to open books of sub?
scription in suoh places, sud at euch
times, as may be deemed for the best
interests of tho corporation, under the
direction of the corporators; tho time
and pluces for receiving such subsorip
tioDB to bo determined by a majority of
the corporators; but should such n ma?
jority fail to fix such times and places,
then suoh times and places mny be fixed
by any four of the corporators herein
before named, having given due notice
of the same in any newspaper or news?
papers of tho State; and the subscrip?
tion books shall be kept open for t wenty
days from such time, and at such places
us ?aid corporators muy determine; that
on each share of stock subscribed, the
said subscribers shall pay two dollars
to the corporators, who shall deposit the
same in some national or State bank.
When one hundred thousand dollars
shall have been subscribed, the suid
corporators, or any four of them, shall
give notice, by publication, for at leant
ten days of the time and placo of meet?
ing for organization.
tina. 3. Whenever the said sum of one
hundred thousand dollars shall have
beoa subscribed, the subscribers, their
executors, administrators and assigns,
shall be, and they are hereby declared to
be, incorporated into a company, and
shall have all the rights and privileges
conferred upon the North-eastern Rail?
road Company: Provided, however. That
nothing herein contained Bhail be so
coast rued as to exempt the said company
from tho payment of taxes: And pro?
vided further, That this Aot shull not bo
so construed as to bind the State to en?
dorse, guarantee or aid said road.
SEC 4. That the Faid oompuny sh A! I
have the right to build hridges across
navigable rivers: Provided, They shall
be put in good and snthciont draws, and
shall construct necessary stations and
turn-outs, with ono or morn traoks to the
road, with such gauge aa said company
may determine, und with full power to
coDstrtict such branches and make such
conneotious with other roads as th y
may determine, at their discr?tion : Pro
vitled. That the said roud shall bo com - j
mt need within three years und com-1
pleted within.ten years after the passage
of this Act, or the charter thereof Miall
be forfeited: And provided further, That
said roud shall be subject to the provi?
sions of an Act entitled "Au Aot to de?
clare the manner by which the lauds, or
tko right of way over tho lands, of per?
sona or oorporatious, may bo taken for
the construction and uses of railways,
and other wot ks of internal improve
I monts," ratified September '22, A. D.
SEO 5. TI??B Act shall bo deemed a
pnblio Act, and continuo in force fur
Approved March ?), 1872.
OFFICE COMMISSIONS!.s OK ELECTIONS,
Cni.nuiiU.S.O, March Ii?, 1872
NOTICE ia hereby given that the following
named persona have neon dilly appointed
MANAOEliS nt tho polling planen herein
designated, for thu regi?trnti< nof votera an I
tor tho purpose of conducting the nnviirip.il
elset mn, to be held in lite city of Columbia
on lim nr.-,l TUESDAY in Apiti. 1872, hoing
thu (second <1H,\ ol said umiith. Tho r?gi*!ra?
tion of volt.ra will begin on Friday, 29th
March, and he continued for three (3) days.
(Sunday excepted ) commencing at 7 o'clock
A. M., and closing at 5 o'clock I'. M . each
day. 1 he poll* with be opened on Co day
of election a>t 7 o'clock A. M , and close ut 3
o'clock P. M.
The managera herein appointed are re?
quested to m> et thu Commissioners of Elec?
tions on Thursday, 28ih iustaut, at 10 o'clock
urociaciy, at tho City Hali Council Chamber,
for the purpose of receiving itn.C instructions.
WM J ETTEU, Chairman.
A. W. CU il TIS
gWord No. 1-bteumrd's 1/oU. cornu- Af.i?u
and Green a'ree's -Charles Schuh zo, Jamca
8. Washington, Goorge \V. Irwin.
Want So 2-Court House -Richard Tozor,
George W. Allen, A M. Wallace.
Wurd No. 3 - Phoenix Hook] und Ladder
?louse-Trerovant Sill, James W. Mm th, J. J.
Ward S'o. 4 - O'Connell House, Sum'er, be?
tween Lum'-er and Upper streets-L. ll. Tro?
ve! t, John Thompson, T. J. Thaekam.
_March 19 J7
Fresh Qarden Seeds.
PEAS, Ileana, Corn, Cabbago, and er<-ry
varietv of fresh and genuine Sei da, for
.ale hy FIS LIEU A SM A .IMAN, Druggie1 a,
Jan 20 Opposite C'dnhtlilw Hotel.
rrain^rttola, prepared by the ATLANTIO .PH08PHAT* COMPLY, un^ar Mention of
X their Ct) omfnt, I) H. BT. JULI KN R AVENEL, for compoating with Cotton Seed, IB now'
offered at the reduced price of .?? per ton cash, or ?31 per ton, payable lat November,
1871, free of interest. .\ a .?
. Order? filled now will be OOM id ered a? ca ah lot March, 1873, or on Une a? doo 1st Novem?
ber, 1872, thereby enabling plantera to baul it at ? time when their wagons and mnlea are
Idle? ' ' ' ~ PSX5BKR. HODtiEnS di co., General Ag.nl?,
Jin 4 Smo . Brownie Wharf, Charleston, H. C.
TD 18 FERTILIZER, manufactured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under
tho direction ot their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN lt AVENEL; ia now offered to the pant?
ing comrannttv at the VERY REDUCED PRICE OE ?48 PER TON CASH, or ?5? PAYABLE
IBT NOVEMBER, 1872, FREE OP INTEREST.
Thia Fertilizer baa been very extenaivoly used in thie State, and bas given entire satisfac?
tion ; some ol the moat practical plantera admitting it to bo equal to Peruvian Guano, pound
for pound. 1
Alt eales made now will be considered aa caah on the lat of March, 1872. aud to those
buying on time, the aale will bo considered as duo on let November, 1872.
By this arrangement, plantara will bo enabled, without extra cost, to haul their maru re
at a lime when their wagons and mules are idlo. Pamphlets containing the certifican s of
those who have used the Atlantic Pbcsfbato will bo furnished on application.to tho Agents.
PRIZER, ROJJ?B.RS & CO., General Age.nla,
Brown's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
COPELAND A BE ARDEN, Agenta, Columbia. S. C. .lan 4 Smo
M?PE3' NITROGEN I ZEB
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
THU OLDEST S UPE UP HOSP HA TE M A NU FACTUM El) IN THIS CO UNTE Y.
(COMPOSED of BONES, Pol a eli. Phosphatid Guano, Ci ncenlratcd Animal Ammoniacal
J Matter, aud Sulphuric Acid. No Salt, Salt Cake, Nitre Catto, Plaster, nor Adult, iant or
AbbOlbent of an% kind used. Factuiy oponed lor inspection at all times. Nineteen veins ol
practical exp?rience. Introduced in 1852. Patent? d December 29 18i,9. Quick action and
permanent iniprovt mint to the soil. Tetolimonj ol bundi cds of well-kn? wu plantera Ju RH
lavaron overy vari? tv of crop aud eoil, evin during extreme adverse seasins. f 15 cash-ISO
time, payable November 1,1873. .. KINSMAN * BOWELL,
Jan 24 f3uio General Agents for South Carolina,No. 128 Enet Bay, Charl. t-t< n, S. C.
COPELAND I3EABDEN, Local Agents, Columbia. S. C.
Clear and Ilunnleus nn Water.
HATTANS* CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
FOR TUE HAIR, ?
A PERFECTLY clear preparation in ono
T\. bottle, aa easily applied aa water, for re?
sulting to Cray Mair ile natural color aud
youtbful appearunce; to eiudicate and pre
veut dandruff; to promoto the growth of the
Hair and stop ita falling out. IT ie ENTIRELY
H AH3ii.i-.sH and perfectly freo from any poison?
ous substance, and will therefore take the
placo of all tho dirty aud unpleasant prepara?
tions now in uso. Numcious testimonials
have been sent un from many of our most
prominent citizens. In everything in which
the articles now in UHO are objectionable,
Cry nial Discovery ie perfect, lt is warranted
to coutain neither Sugar of Lead, Sulphur or
Nitrato ot Silver. It docs not anil the clothes
or scalp, ia agreeably perfumed and makes
ouo of the beat dressings for tho Ll air in use.
It restores tho color of tho Uuir "more per?
fect and uniformly than any other prepara?
tion," and always, does so iu from three to ton
days, virtually feeding the roots of the Hair
wiih all the uouribhing qualilios necessary to
itu growth and healthy condition; it restores
the decayed and induces a new growth of the
Hair moro positively than anything else. Thc
implication of thiB wonderful discovery aleo
produces a pleasant and cooling effect on the
sculp, and gives tho Hair a pleasing and olo
gaut appeal anco.
Wo call especial attention to tho fact tbat a
limited number of email trial bottles can be
had by those wishing to try it. You will no
tico that in pursuing this course, our aim ia
to convince hy the actual merits of thearticle.
ARTHUR NATTA NS, Inventor and Pronri
etor, Washington, D. C. For sale in Colum?
bia by Dr. C. H. MI?'T, and Druggists Rene
rally. Nov 24 fly
Choice Potatoes'. Choice Potatoes! I
BRESEE'S PEERLESS NO. 0 and\
EARLY ROSE POTATOES.
WITHOUT exception, BRESEE'S PEER-I
LESS aud EARLY MOSE are tho best
seedlings for main crop. No better potato
eau be planted. I have a Hue lot selooted
lirst with regard to size and quality. For
salo by E. H. H El SITS II,
Jan 21 t Drnetiint.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
npHE simplicity, dufabiMty, ease of manage
L ment and V.r,"*t rang? of w.-rk of this
Machine has made it the universal favorite,
and leading family Sowing Machine for more
than twenty \care, and hi nee it is no experi?
ment to buy one.
For salo on monthly instalments, second
door below PUOMX ? nico, Columbia, H. C., bv
A. J. PURSI.l Y.
Feb 27 AK? nt for Pur*le\ A Trump.
ONE puncheon "FINEST CAMPBKLTON,'
of my own direct, importation, via New
York. This, hy acttiul teat, is 1!) per cent
ovi r proof, and is pronounced by all who
have test'd or tasted it, aa tho linnet ever
brought to Columbia.
Full stock obi WINES m..I BRAND] ES.
Holland OIN, Jamaica RUM, Scotch F.ng
liah aud Oermaii ALES, I niidtin and Dttbliu
POUTER. ( UttACOA ?nd MARASCHINO.
Meet and Oh.iudon CHAMPAGNES, of the
famous vintage. 18t?8-thiertol the century.
Itoft'onublc price? and Rill fat ip fact hui gua?
ranteed. iii:??. SYMMERS.
Bicod and Liver Pills.
riv.) euro SICK II EA DACH I-, Sick Stomach,
fl. DixziuettH or Vertigo Bad 'Jr.elo in Hu
Mouth, llilious Atti'.ekf, Palpitation <>t tho
tler.it, Nervousness, Constipation, l's in.? in
the breast and Back, Kulin v Affectiona.
lo eine all Disorders ot thu Livi r.
To Rei.ul.ite the Bowels.
To Pinns tho lll<>od,
T<> giva new life to thu whole System, tb?
itiood and Liver. Cannot be surpass?t I. Try
only one bi x; you will be convinced. For
sale only at FIEINtTSR'S Drugstore
Read! Read!! Read!!!
I \ I'li\ih H DO I ;lt Ililli
Near comer Main or.d Bridge Street*.
JF^ii/.") OYSTERS in every style
^Ajb?r 1 ?stewed Fri. ?1 and
~vaj|iv Lim. i '!<. i! Liquors, lino
Winos, import. .
N. H. Priva? ! Eh BfV IIS
Oct'id WU.; I'M M KIN I . Proprietor.
Pickles, Fruits aid Vegetables.
?j C/\ DOZEN, iu gUsa and cana, of the
JLOvJ choie--i Lud?, a? follow*: ft,gin h
Picciihli sud ( how Chow ; t al h.min Apncotr
aud Bartlett Pear*; Pine Apple*, I rut* li Peach?
es, Plums, St ru when ie?, louiatooa, Green
Corn, Asparagus, Spiumli Olives, Capers'
Worcester Sauce, Fi'neb and English Mun
tani. Desment? d Cocoat nt. Clic.lttie Paato.
Essence Cr.Hi o, Ac; all fi i eh and for tale low
for rash W. HtiPK
Munn" ? In li iii Girl,"
DESTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OP COLUMBIA( S. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL., SflOO.OOO.
TH 18 Hank in now open for tko transaction
of a general banking business.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing intoreat
at tho rato of aeven (7) per cont, per annum,
will be issued.
?Votes, Hills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks. Howls, Gold, Film r bought and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a bmall
Sight Draft* drawn direct on all the promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and Ute Orient. Let'em of Credit isaued,
I aj'ah le in any of the above places
Drafts on all tho prominent citiee in the
United States bought and sold.
Hanking Houso opposite Colon,bis Hotel.
Open rrom 9 to 3. Feb 23 ly
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEREST ALLOWED A T THE RATE ti .
SEVEN FER CHAT. F Eh AAA UM,
OA' CEU TIFICA '1 ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND Sly PER CENT. CuM
P O UNDED E VER Y SI A
MOA TUS OA' A CCO UN TS.
Vim. Martin, President.
John ll. Palmer. Vico-Presidcnt
A. U Bremser; Caebier.
J. H. aawjer, in general charge.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wado Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Had
koli, F. W.McMsstor.E. H. B?ions);, Joh! H.
Palmer, Thomas ?. Gregg, Columbi*.
J. Kb Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
Danielitavouol, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or
lilians and others may hore deposit then suv
inga and draw a liberal rate of interest th'.'re
on. Plantera, Profeaaional Mon ?nd trust?e,
wiehing to draw interest on their tunde timi,
they require them for business ur other pur.
poses; Carente desiring to set apart small
?urns for tn cir children, and Married WOIUOD
and Minors (whose deposits can ?inly bo with?
drawn by thoniselvee, or, in case of death, hy
their le nat representatives, j wishing to lay
asido fund*for future uso.are hore afforded
an opoortunity of depositing their meant
whore they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
I.besame time, bo subject to withdrawalwhep
.tended. Auir 18_
-| d~\t^ DOZEN AXES.
JLV.J\J 4? balee Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow Tiea.
20 dozen P.ailroad Shovels.
200 nairs Trace Chaine.
Just received and for aa'e at lowest market
pri?es. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Cotonade Hoir, Vendue Ita tige, Charleston, S. C,
Scotch, Pi? and A^ic-ricr.n Ear Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply ol
all l inds.
In store, IOU tons EGLINTON PIG.
We Lire anti Learn, Die and Konjct Ail.
THE SOUTHERN LYE HOUSE,
No oZ'9 KINO STIU I T. Cn.>ni.I.-TON. S. C.,
DYE* and Cl.I.ANS by means of (donni,
peiilliMiicu**, ladies' and children's
clo!hes. Fine laces and hice curtains cleaned
am) di ne up with tin- soil or m.inuh.etun i V
finish; lace and crape shawls mid kid gloves
cleaned and dyed. Goods received and re?
turned 1>> expresa. I. BILI EK, Proprit tor.
Branch ? hi. o st Mrs. C. E. Heed's milliner;
estf-.bii-hin. i t. Co'ntnbia Feb ?4 3n?o "
MUN?.Y CANNOT JbU'Y IT!
Kur Slutit !?* Priceless!
(hit t-'ig Diamond Sjttctacie* vii F rt si rr II
TP von vain" vour eyesight use these P1CH
JL PKCT LKnrtsKI*. Uronnd from minute
crystal publ ies, melted together, and derive
their uamo "Diamond" on account of theil
hardneaa and brilliancy. They will last maui
years without change, and ar? warranted su?
perior *o all others, manufactured by
J. Ii. SPENCER A CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.-Nono genuine unless stamped
with our trade mark. WM. GLAZE, Jeweler
and Optician, is nedo agent for Columbia, S.
C,from whom they can only he obtained.
W" ?eddlers employed. Julv 21 lilly
Groceries, Wines and Liquors.
.4 FULL SUPPLY of CHOICE FAMILY
?IL GROCERIES, in all their varieties. Best
bmnds Champagnes, Wines, Liquors. Ac ,
suitable tor Christmas, on hand md f,?r sale
low.bv JOHN AONF.W A SON.
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and sold at
THE i TIM ZENS' KAVIXOS B VNIC
Slnltie'd Pau?aka-"Indian Girl."
Via HoatmbUs, ?'(/"', optf Wilmington, if. C.
WrLMINGTOH. COlVmU AMD AttOCSTA B. E.,
O?nc??kn'L FiitjQHT A TICKET AOKNT,
WILMINGTON, N. 0., Dec. 18 1871,
TEE attention of Merchants, bhippers of
Lotti m ana Produce, ?od the pulxto gene?
rally, ie invited to tn? direct cot.TIec??on now
existing between all interior points in Sooth
Oat olin a and Northern cit Itu. by t bo Tl Umivg- -
lon, Columbia and Augusta Railroad; ikufc Its
conn? ctii >ns at Tr'i/mif?gton, eic ber via ste?in
rhip Unes from tbat pott, or rio B'i.'r?tf.gion
tiwi Weldon Jiuitroad, audits connections' tia
Portsmouth or Petersburg.
These various linea, connecting' at these
terminal points, afford facilities for shipments
to tu from BALT1MOKE daily. PHILADEL?
PHIA tii-weekly, NEW YORK ilvo times per
week, BOSTON eend-wetkly.
Uniioiiu rates are maintained wilh al] coin
peting lines. No detention occurs to Ship?
ment?. Through bfljs hiding niven between
all stations and points named, li?tes and
laesincatiou shifts obtained of all Agents.
'1 he passenger schedule of night train from
nd mm m o y train into Columbia gives a eu
i rior connection for All pointa on Gr? i ovillo
ud Columbia and Charlotte, Columbia and
ugustu Railroads, giving a Hay Liueconntc
.jnvia Purfamoatb, anti an a?rofi oontiection
it? Washington, and Avoiding all delays at
Thrungli ticket? for salo at Columbia to all .
pointe North. For rates, claesificatious and
il infoi'malion, apply to
A. Pl >FJ?. Geu'l Freight A Ticket Agent.
J. C. WINI>ljlt. G? n'l Snp't. Jan 7 Hmo
Change of Schedule.
WILMINGTON, Coi.rmiiA A AuoLbTA E. E. Co.
t CPl?ItlNTtNDLNT'? OFFICE,
WILMINGTON, M. C., Jauoary 10. Ib72.
S> AF1EJt thia date tho
i*3?5!3Hi? following schedule will
ho mu by ttains on thin rose:
DAX EXPRESS 'I HMS [DAILY".]
Lee ve Wi'minn ten [Cuino Di pot | S CO A. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 1 15 P. M.
Leave Colo mimi. 8.20 A. M.
Arrive Wilmington [Union Dipot] 6.30 P. M.
NIOUT KXIOllSS THAIN.
Leavo Wiliuiogioi. [L nlen Dil ot] 6 45 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 6 80 A.M.
Leave Columbia. G : 0 P. M.
Arrive at W ilmingtnu. G 00 A. M.
No NIGHT 'lhAlNS leave Wilmington or
Conimbia bunda* P. M.
Jun 13 JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Snp't.
Change of Eehetiuie.
BOOTU CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPABY,
COLOMBIA, ki. C., Juno 0, lb71.
Change of Schedule
to . go into effect on
and aller t-unoaj, 21th instant: .
MAH. AND PASSENGER THAIN.
Leave Columbia at.7d0am
Arrive at Charleston at.8 20 p m
Leave Charlcetonat.8.2(. a m
A rrive at Columbia at.3.4.0 p m
KIOUT EXPRESS, FBK10BT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [Snmlajs excepted. ]
Leave Columbia nt. ... .7.C0 p m
Anneal Ch aries! un at.7 LO am
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.6 00 a ru
Camdon Accommodation Train ?ill con
tinue to run to Columbia ae terme:ly-Mon
daye, Yicdueadaya and Saturday a. , .
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. V. PTCKINS Opuprat TioFft Apert.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusts K.B
COLVMMA, S. O, January 1, 1872.
ON and after Thursday,
5th instant, the following
acheduk will bc run over thia road:
' GOINO NORTH.
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leavo Augusto.315A.M. 6.4* P. M.
Leave Columbia.8 22 A. M. 11.04 P. M.
Arrivo Charlotte.2 00 P. M. 5.15 A.M.
Leavo Charlotte.7 15 A M. 7 30 P.M.
Leave Columbia_1 b5 P M. 2 f 0 A. M.
Arrive Augusts.6.60 P. M. 7 SO A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train dailj, Sun?
days excepted. Doth trams make close, con?
nect inn Lo all pointe Norlh, South and West.
Through tickets hold and baggage checked
to all principal points.
E. P. ALEXANDER, General Fop.
E R. DORRF.Y. Oen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA E. E. CO.,
COMPANY Snora. N. C., June 3. 1871.
>E*. a? PS?flSiSoS- oN BUt1 after SUNDAY.
a&JgS SBcSS? Jaue 4, 1871, TRAINS will
be run ovoi thif Road in accordance with thc
folk wing TIME TABLE.
Traine Going Eaat. Trains West.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 6.85am 8.10 pm
s&lishurvR.OSam 8 23an, 5.26 p m S.bOpm
Gr,u*bVll.08amll.]3an> 8 26pm 8.85 pm
CoShopl2 40 pm 105pm 0.66 p m 10.16 p m
Hillali'io 2.2Hpm 2.33pm 11.86p m ll 87 pm
Raleigh f.Oipm 2.06 a m 2.40 am
Ooldhbmo 7-20 a m
Charlot H. 7.1 > a rn 8 til) p ni
Salish'rj 4.?-2a m 4.37am 6 16pm 5.26 pm
Gr'nab'o 125a.ro 135am 2 10pm 2.20pm
Co Shop ll 37 pm 12 02 am 12 30 p m 12 50 p va
UillshrolO.07pmlO.lOam 1107 am 11.10 am
Raleigh 6.58 pm 7 40am b.45 a m
GolduVo 3.00 pm
June 6 W. H. OREEN. Maa, Trane.
~ Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAP.cn 1, 1871.
KiS?^^^^^doio! "tho YoSlowiag
'i> hoilulo will bu run daiiy, Sunday a excepted:
Leave Columbia at... 7 00 a. ra.
Alston.9.10 a. m.
" Kowbcrrt.11.16 a. ni.
.? Cokesl uiy. 3.(0 p.m.
" Beltou..."..5.0o p. ni.
Arrive a: Greenville. C.iiOp.m.
? bi avo Greenville at. 6.15 a. m.
Bollon. 8 (5 a. m.
" Cokesbury.10.07 a.m.
" Al bevill?.. 8 15 a. m.
" Newberry. 1.60 p. tri.
.' Auston..* .4 06 p.m.
Arrive al Columbia.6.65 p.m.
TITOS. DODAUEAD. General Sup.
M. T. BARTLETT. General Tick? t Ag? oL_.
Sommer Schedule 8. & JJ. E. R.,
OWN TRAIN. UP 1 HAIN.
Arrive. Leave. Ari ive. Le ave.
Spar tanbury" 5 30 5.25
Hallsville_. 6.00 fl.00 4 ?3 4.53
Pacolet. 0 08 6.18 4 40 4.45
Joneavil). G.43 6.48 4.(5 4.10
Unionvilk-. 7 25 7.C0 8 05 3.25
SantUfi. 8 20 8 25 2 30 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8 45 2.10 2 15
Shelton. 0.16 9 20 1.85 1.40
Lyle-*' Ford... 0.40 9.46 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.60 12.56
Alston. ll 00 12.00
Mav 24 THOS. B. JETER. President.
Schedule on Blue Bid ge Railroad.
Leave Anderson.0.1,0 P. M.
" Pendleton.7 CO '.'
" Porryvillo.7.45 "
Arrive at Walhalla.8.30 "
Leave Walhalla.8.45 A. M
" Porryvillo. 4.80 .'
" Poniileton.5 30 M
Arrive at Anderson.... G80 "
Wailing at Anderson one honr for the arrivt!
>f nj? train ou Greenville and Columbia Road.
J?"?l"ll_ W. H. D. GAILLARD, t-up.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
TT don'l uontain Cococulus Indiens Fish
ficrrirofn inal.p aleenv ru- headaehe.
Vi.'hiiTHU /iim-C?*? -"Indian Girl."