Methodist Gknkkad Oonphbbnox.?
The Louisville Commercial boa this to
Bay with'reference to the General Cou
ferepoe of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, Sooth, to be held in Louisville,
Kentucky, the first of May:
It will be composed of nearly 500
members, half of them tho moat dis?
tinguished ministers of the denomina?
tion, and half its moat prominent lay
membore. The assemblage of the Con?
ference will attract, besides, many hun?
dreds of visitors interested in its delibe?
rations and anxious to see its members.
The whole South will send representa?
tives to Louisville, and our city is not
likely again in a long time to have an
opportunity to form and oement so many
valuable friendships as this meeting will
give opportunity for. The General Con?
ference is not likely to meet here again
for a generation. Its sessions are held
only once in four years. The conven?
tion whiuh framed the Methodist Episco?
pal Ohuroh South, at the time when the
great division in the Methodist Epb co?
pal Ghurch took plade, met here in
1814, thirty years ago. Considering the
rapid growth of tho country, it is likely
that it will be more than thirty year t
before it again beoomes Louisville's
turn to entertain another General Con?
The meeting of the General Oonfer
enoe.will be especially interesting, bo
cause it will be the first at which ac?
credited representatives from tho Me?
thodist Episcopal Ghurch will be pre?
sent, the lubt General Oonfereuce of
that body, hold at Brooklyn, having
provided for such representatives. It
would be a gratifying coincidence if
Louisville, which was the place who 1?
the division in this great religious body
took definite and prominent form,
should be the place where a movement
for re-union was inaugurated.
As we said abo/e, the Oonfereuce will
continue its session for a month. Dur?
ing its continuance, a daily paper, nodi r
the editorial management of Bev. Dr.
T. O. Sammers, of the Nashville Adco~
caie, will be published for the purpose
of furnishing a fall official report of its
SrniNa Tilade in Dbt. Goods.?The
New York Post says that tho wholesale
trade in dry goods, although opening a
little later thau usual, is iu most depart?
ments showing a continued increase of
business, which promises a favorable
season. . The effects of the panio are
still discernible in some branches, but
the condition .of affairs in general is
much better than wsb commonly antici?
South Oabodlna Monument Associa?
tion.?The monument proposed to be
erected by the women of South Caro?
lina, in memory of their gallant dead in
the late Oonfederate war, has been de?
layed in its completion by want of the
neoeasary fundB. The oost of tho monu?
ment will be $10,000; the first install?
ment of $5,000 has been already paid to
the distinguished urohiteots, Muldoon &
Co., of Kentucky, who are proceeding
with. the monument, whiob, when
finished, will be a noble and beautiful
tribute to our deceased soldiers. It is
requisite that $5,000 shall be raised by
October next, to complete this sum of
$10,000. This can be easily obtained, if
each Diatriot will pledge itself to give
$200, and if every individual who re?
ceives one of these ciroulara will send
tu? diunii buui ut va. m ?< CmSHw
??ttu ooilectoi'o L<> ?ppo?uleu iu oveiy vil?
lage and city, and let the money collect?
ed by these local treasurers be promptly
forwarded to the Gonei;.l Treasurer,
Mrs. W. K. Baohmao, at Columbia. If
the ladies in these Districts will give the
matter their earnest attention, we are
convinced that they will soon secure the
amount repuired. Surely none will re?
fuse to aid iu perpetuating the memory
of those who counted uot their lives
dear that they might save the land they
loved so well; and though the cause
they died for be lost, all is not lost, so
long as their grand epitaph, "They died
for their principles," whether engraven
/in marble or on the tablets of our beurts,
?hall contain for us and for future gene?
rations inspiration and hope.
.Mss. W. K. BACHMAN,
Treasurer S. O. Mouument Assoe'n.
AIms. JOHN T. DARBY,
Board of Directors.?The officers of
the Association and Mrs. C. Muulle, Mrs.
G. Howe, Mrs. C. Walker, M-s. John
McKenzie Mis, John Bacon, Mrs. A.
Dargan, Mrs. O. Beok, Mrs?B. Levy,
Mrs. John Fisher, Mrs. W. H. Gibbon,
Miss LaBordo, Miss Wade, Mrs. S.
fis?"- Papers throughout the State will
oblige by copying.
BY J. A. SELBY.
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OUHTACLBS TO MAURIAG^*2^APPY
BELIEF FOR YOUNG MEN from tbo effaotB
of errors and abuses in early life. Manhood
Restored. Impediments to Marriage re?
moved. Now method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Booka and Cir?
culars sent fron, in nealod envelopes. Ad?
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa.?an
institution having a high reputation for
honorable conduct and profcauiona! skill.
Neuralgia, Piles, Headaohe,
Diarrhoea, Boils, Old Sores,
Lameness, Burns, Soreness,
Tcothacho, Scalds, Sprains, (
Hoarseness, Ulcers. "Wounds,
Soro Throat, Colic, Bruises,
Etc. ? -I*
.March 1 t^3mo
THE MILD POWES
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST
ample experience, nn entire bucocks. 8imple,
l'rompt, Efficient and Reliable. They aro Ute onl y
xnedicines perfectly adapted to popular uac?so
airnplo that mistakes cannot bo made in usin;i
them; so harmless as to he free from danger; utul
so efficient as tobe always reliable. They nave tlfo
highest commendation from all, and will ahruys
rendcrsatisfaclion. Price, in lurgu three-drachm
viiiln, with directions :
Is os. Cures. Cents.
1. Fevers, Congestion, Inflammation!', . . SO
2. Worms, Worm FcTcr, Wona Colic, . . 50
3. Cryliis?Celle, orTeetldngof Infante, . 50
4. IHarrnocn, of Children or Adult.*, . . 50
5. Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Coin-, . . 50
6. Cholcru-Morbus, Vomiting, .... 50
7. Coughs, Colda, Bronchitis.50
8. Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceaehe, ... SO
0. Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo, . 50
10. iiy ? jic\>hI?, Bilious Stomach, .... 50
Hi Suppressed, or Painful Periods, . . . 50
Whites, too Trofuoo Periods, ... 50
13. Cronrt, Con^h, Difficult Breathing, . . 50
M. MAit Hhcani, Erysipels?, Eruption*, . 50
Is- Rhenmatbnsif ItncumatioPains, . . . '0
16. Fever mul Ague, Chill Fever, Ajms, 50
17. Files, blind or bleeding,.50
18. Ophthalmy, and Eore or "Weak Eye.", . 50
10. Catarrh i Acute or Clironlo Influents, . 50
30. Wliooplng-Cough, Violent Conghs, . fO
21. Aithma, Oppressed BrcaUiinpr, ... 60
22. Kar nischarges. Impaired Hearing, . 50
23. Scrofula, Enlarged Glands JBwellings, . 50
2i. (General Debility, Physical Weakness, . 50
25. Dropsy und Scanty Secretions, .... 50
20. Hin-Sickncss, Sickness from Biding, . 50
27. Kldncy-IMsease, Gravel,.;>0
~a . ?_-~ ^*-*-"**-?- R"T?\nal WcukniiM,
cr I?r6liiiitnfy DfieJMirges,. >.u
2J?. Sore Month, Canker, . . . . . . . 50
30. Urinary Wenknc??, wotting the Sea, si
81. Painful Periods, with Spasms, . . iO
"Life, . . . . 10t>
( mo Clnroceo) with above 35 lrtr;;. vials MA
Manual of Directions, .... ? ? *?> W
Case (Morocco) of 20 large vials un.l lU*>k. 6 00
D&y-These remedies arc suit ny tno
case or single boi tx? nsy part of the
country, free of charge, on receipt of
Office and Depot. No. 502 RnoAnwAV, NkwVokk.
For Sale by all Druggists.
For sale by Coigcr &, McGregor, Agents.
Doc 17 -fitly
A MEDICINE WORTH HAVIfiO.
MKIMTSH'S UUKKN'S DKLIOHT,
171 OR Rick Headache, Bilious Attacks. Con
. bt'ipation. Sour Stomach, Dvapepsia, In?
digos lion, Scrofula, Jaundice, PalU in the
Bach, Nonralgia, Dropsy, Skin Diseases,
Loss of Appotite, Deprcasion of Spirits,
Heartburn, Khoum&fiam, Norvouinets, Me
j lancholy. Bilious Fever, Coativoness.
Ask for Dehdtsh's Queeu's Delight; none
other ia genuine. For salo at
Doc 10t E. H. HEINITSH'S Drugstore,
WM. M. FINE'S
State Capitol Saloon.
THE host of WINES, LIQUORS,
'SEOARS, TOBACCO, etc., eon
_ staidly on hand. Norfolk OYS
TERH, in and out of Iho shell. Give him a
call. Jan 10
FIRST i;i.\SS HOUSE?$3 00
A CHANGE of management,
and many consequent improve?
ments, onables the proprietors to
ojTur to i l.o traveling pub io more
comforts and conveniences than
can bo obtained at anv other
honaoin the city. TELEGRAPH
OFFJOE, RATII and RILLIARD
ROOMS in the bouiC. Every at?
March 4 Propriotort>.
The Old Drug House Revived,
With, an Entire New Stock of Fresh and Choice Goods!
to- .URETIXG STREET,
CHAKI.F.STOV. S. ?;
Snec( s.'orr> to the old-cstnblihbed Louses of
U AY f LAND, IIA RR AL A CO., Charleston,
II \VILAND, RISLEY tc CO., AuguMa.Ga..
fcarcu 3i3mo Q AH BAL, It IS LEY K KITCHEN, New YorL.
COLUMBIA, S. C, SUNDAY
BUY ONLY THE GENUINE
STOCK SCALES, COAL SCALES. HAY I
SCALES, DAIltY SCALES, CO UN TEH
SCALES, Ac, Ac.
Scales repaired promptly and reasonably.
For aale, ala?, LETTER PRESSES, and j
the most perfect
ALARM CASH DRAWER!
MilcsJUarm Till Co.'b.
Fairbanks' 8cale War ehouses,
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
311 BltOAOWAY, NEW YORK.
1GG Baltimore Street, naltimore.
63 Camp Street, New Orleans.
FAIRBANKS ?V KWI.VO,
Masonic Hall, Philadelphia.
PAlltBANK^, BROWN &: CO.,
2 Milk Street, Bostou.
POL.L.ARO ?fc CO .Agents,
For sale by B. D. SENN & SON, Columbia, I
8. C. Jan 23 ftn27
New Garden Seeds.
Koyo's Extra Eaily Prolific Tomato,
Black Pekin Egg Plant,
Canada Victor Tomato,
Cannon Ball Cabbage,
Marhlo-head Mammoth Cabbage,
Early Adams Corn. Per sale at
E. II. HEINITSH'S
Fob 22 t _ Drug and ^'ld_Store._
FAMOUS CABBAGE SEED, just received
Cannon Ball Cabbage,
Carter's Extra Early Cabbage,
Wmoingstadt, Seuuienfust, Freuen, Ox
Heart and other kiuds.
Koy's Extra Early Prolific Tomato, _
Extra Early Peas, Corn, OLion Sets.
All warrauted and cheap, at headqnartors,
for good seed. E. II. HElNlTdH'S
Jau 301_Drug Btoro.
Mark Twain's Last.
THE GUILDED AGE-A Story of To-Day,
with 100 plates.
Adventures of an Attorney in Search of |
rraolice, by Warren?$2.25.
Aatobiographv and Memoir of Rev. Dr.
apnii muix OIOU, u; tuttviy?. . wm.
Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland, by
Lecke'u History of Rationalism, 2 volumes.
Leoke's European Morals, 2 volumes.
The Huguenots in Franco, by Smiles?$2.
And other New Books, for sale at
Fob 19 jk. L. BRYAN'S BOOKSTORE.
" ROOMS TO LET.
ROOMS for Lawyers, Insurance Agents,
Brokers, or other business or professional
SLEEPING ROOMS In tho new CENTRAL!
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
The Building has been fioishod with spe?
cial view to tho convenience and^oiufortu of |
tenants. APPLY AT THE LANK.
Fhb 12 lmn
Feed! Feed!! Feed!:'.
Constantly uu band and for aalo low bv
Fob 21_JOUN_AGNEW A SON.
. City Money Wanted.
WANTED to purchase $5,0o0 in CITY I
MONEY. Andy at tho South Caro?
lina Bank and Trnm Compa iv.
Feh 20 lIAItpV SOLOMON.
BU F FA LOTOSGUES, MESSM ACKEREL.
LEAF LARD, PIGS' FEE V, for sale low
by _ HOPE A OY LEB.
Of i lloxlw Cream, Soda, Milk, Lemon,
mmiKf Cracknals,Butter, Farina aud Ginger
Smips. for b^lejiy HOPE A GYLES.
KtTi BARRELS, in flno order, EARLY
?J\) It JSE. EARLY GOODRICH, PINK?
EYE and PEERLESS, for aale low for green?
backs. HOPE A GYLES.
Hay, Oats, Bran and Shorts.
AO BALES PRIME TIMOTHY HAY,
\J\J 500 bnahola Heavy Oats, '
300 bushols Bolted Meal,
10.000 pounds Wheat Bran and Shorts,
For sale low, for cudi, bv
Feb 2o HOPE A GYLES.
The Cider Has Arrived,
A NO is on draught at A. STORK'S Saloon,
TL Richardson street. Feb 28
Hay and Corn.
1 fWl BALES Primo TIMOTHY HAY.
?.\ f\J ;'j()0 bushols Prime White Corn.
Just received, au) for sale at our usual low
prices, for caeh onlv.
" 18 JOHN AGNEW ft RON.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
OFFICE OF CITY CLERK.
COLVKBtA, S. C, March 3, Ps7l.
j TT\l\ E booka of tlui eity for City Tu ich eins'
fi. on March Lr?. All Taxen not paid on n
before that dato will bo subject to a ponaltv
I of ten per cent, on gross amount of Tax.
CHAM. BAllNUM. City Treasurer.
Attend the True
MORNING. MARCH 8. 1874
Having resigned the agoncy or the
Southern Life Insurance Company, wo
have conut'Cled ourselves with the
Cotton States Life Insurance Company
OF niAcox, tiis:moii.
W. B. JOHNSON, s. a. obear,
State Deootdts. 150 01,0
Tho Company issues pnlicicH <n both thu
STOCK and MUTUAL PLANS, giving tj
non-varticipating policy holder? ihu ad van U
ago of premiums less by twenty per cent,
than mutual rateB.
It will establish BOARDS of ADVISORY
TRUSTEES in the principal cities ot tho
State, and will coutraut with said Boards tu
invest in said citioa seventy nor cent, of the
net premiums taken there,"thus making it a
Home Company in Each Locality.
Wo conBdontly recommend this staunch
Southern Company to our friends and the
public, and bespeak a continuance of kiud
patronage heretofore extended to us.
BLACK A WARING,
General Agents for South Carolina.
Active and reliable canvassers wanted with
whom we will mako liberal contracts.
Fob 21_ 3 mo
Seegers' vs. Cincinnati Beer.
THE Cincinnati Gazette makes tho aeto-J
niBhing announcement that Cincinnati
! beer is no longer puro, but adulterated with
molaescs, sugar of starch, fusel oil and the
poisonona co.chicum. Tho Commissioner of]
Agriculture, in his report for 18G5. says lhat
Prof. Mapoa, of New York, analyzed tho beer
from a dozen different breweries, and found
*!! of it adultcratod. Cocculcs Indicus and
nux vomica cutorcd largely into ita composi?
J. C. SFEGERS guarantees ?bis beer to he [
puro and reliablo. Ho docs not adulterate |
it, but brewa from the bebt barley, malt and
hope. _ Jan 23
MO NEY TO L 0 AN,
On Marketable Collaterals
EXCHANGE on New York, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, Boston and all prominent
cities of the United Statea and Europe
bought and aold.
DEPOSITS received and interest-hearing
STOCKS, B;>NDS, GOLD and SILVER
bought and sold.
ACCOUNTS of merchants and others from
the city and country solicited, and LIUEUAL |
LIN LB OF DISCOUNTS granted by tho
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK,
Corner of Plain and Kicharddon streets.
An additional stock cf new MUSICAL
MERCHANDISE has Just been received at
tho above place, and will be disposed of at
prices to suit all. Call and examine. The
location is next door South ot the FHUiNIX
oftlco. _ Feb 21 lmo
B ARN UM'S MUSEUM
CONTAINED cnriotilioB that bath pleased
and puzzled visitors. Tho INDIAN
GIRL CIGAR STOBE has the celebrated 0
zles dealers how such a Cigar can be aold at
the price. As several now brands ate
TO BE OPENED
By this VtH in a few da\b, she wiil uflVr I
8mokera gv-st inducements, in order to re-)
dnco tho slock before introducing thcbc new |
goods. Kv< rv one, troni tho Legislator
IN THE STATE HOUSE
To the workingman in his humbler calling,
should economize, and to do this success- j
fully, ho should call und sec what tins adver?
N. B.?Nover forget to get a supply i?.r j
Sunday's Smoking. March 0 i
THE PORT ROYAL
Docks, Warehousing, Trau3.|
Charteren February 13.1871.
CAPITAL STOCIC $:t,0U0,0?O.
BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION to the Stock
of thia Company are open in Columbia,
I s. C, at tho Carolina National Batik and at
tho Central National Bank. Qu? percent,
only paid on application, to secure tho stock,
and tho lirat regular assessment of twenty
por cent, to bu paid only when officially
28HARES Central National Rank Stock.
Apply at this office. Fob 21
rflUE ftbnvn amount ia wanted at once, for
i a term of yearu, on unencumbered real
estato, in thia city. Address X. PutKSix
J office. March 3
TnEanbscriber KOUld respectfully in
.form his many friends and customers
'that ho is now in receipt of his spring
-stock of CLOTHS and CASSIMERES,
Ac, which he is prepared to mako up in the
latest fctyloa ami on the most letisousble
terms. J. F. EISEN MANN.
HAVING recently lcmovod myestab
v?l liahment to the no* building, opposite
Mibe Citv Hall, and received an eutiri ly
J?nowand froeh stock ol SPRING GOODS,
I cordially hivlto an Inspection. My atock
embraces bVench, Enfelljli and American
OASS1MERKS, ot the latest deigns, which I
' will Diako up on reasonable i< mis.
C. D. EBERHARDT.
! March 1 lnw-f
besh New nulled buckwheat, !
pale bv L?RICK ?. [.<)\v.iia> cf
Stanley's Cough :*yiup
J ? U'.U'S all kinds of Coughs, Hoste? nesc
1 \J bronchitis, iucipii lit Connumptii i . Ti j
if, don't delay; p. Cough ;.i wor<c wits
evory day'i neglect. For Mile :it
Nov 5 > r. KiNiieira dj.uo p'j ore.
VOL. IX?NO. 2^8 1
free of cost, at the!
California Cigar Store.
For further informa?
tion, call and see for
Jan 21) i
Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!
AT hia new store, Main atroet, nearly op?
posite the Central National Pank, lias;
a large and beautiful stock of fine WATCH EU 1
stem and key winders, from tbo best Ku
ropeau and American manufacturers, and oij
hi? own importation, in gold and silver cases.'
Elegant JEWELRY 1 An unrivaled assort-'
ment just received, and all the lateatatvlea.i
Sterling SILVER-WARE, in rets and cases,
Bridal Presents, and a very flno selection ot:
Plated-Ware, Gold Watcb and Neck Chains,!
Lockets, elegant Seal, Wedding and Engage- j
ment Bings, largo stock of Spectacles and.
Eyo-GlasseB, Clocks, Musical Boxes, and a
great variety of Fancy Articles. My stock isj
the largest and best selected in the Southern;
country, and will bo sold as cheap as the
janio article can bo bought anj where.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
BOUGHT siuce the great decliuo, and we
are selling them at the very lowest
pricss for cash. We intend to givu our cus?
tomers tbo advantage ot the LOW PHIUES.
C mo and pee our stock. We consider it e
e nplimcut for persona to eali and etc on!
Office Oity Treasurer,
COLUMBIA, 8. O., Dkomih it 27, 1873.
THE city of Columbia will, on the 15th of
Jannarv, 1874, commence paving the
PAST DUE COUPONS ot her Bon>^s. They
will be paid at the Carolina National Bank,,
also at the South Carolina hank and Trust
Company's Bank, in this oity.
CUA3. BARNUM, City Trcusr.tf r.
Mills House Stables.
IUST receive ! at the above Sta?
bles, twenty he. 1 line REN1UCK1
.MULES, most of which are well
broke. NYt'l be sold cheap for cash,
'.'epl 13 N. LONG. Agent.
BARRELS very superior and pur
O Soutbtru-iuadc SYRUP, for sale In?
jun D HOl'K A- GYLES.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC 0?AN0.
.? ? ?
THIS GUANO is now so well known in all
the Southorn*States, for its, remarkable
etl'ccts as an agency lor increasing the pro?
ducts of labor, as not to r? quire special re?
commendation from us, Iis use for eight
years past has established its character lor
reliable exeellouco. The largo fixed capital
invested by the Company in this trade affords]
the eiirost guarantee- of the continued excel
lonco of this Guano. The supplies put into
market this season are. as heretofore, pre
pared under the superintendence ot Dr.St.
Julian ha venal, Chemist of the Company, at
Charleston, S. 0. Hence phiuttra may real
assured tlistits (juatity and cornporiti-m is
' procietlj the same as that heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSJN,
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO.,
Goneral Agents, Baltimore,
j Tunis HS cash; f53 time, without into
i To accommodate plentere, they can ordori
now and have until let of April to decide
; as to whether they will take at time or cash
prico. When delivered from the factory by
the car load, no drayago will be charged.
I ACID PHOSPHATE. GUANO, BONE,
I PLASTER; Ao ,alwav? on bund, quality cua
Irantred. J. N.ROBMON.
December 20 J3?no
The Oid Reliable House
jsi- von oiiuaH and skicds. -sa
JL's n ceivetl, now SELBS, mw varieties
of '.? (billige. Peas and Corn. For sale ut
J ::i 17 I HEINITSH'S Drugstore.
Hedicntod and Other Medicines.
> It HACK'S celebrated Walnut Candy,
lloiiiitsh's Cough Confections,
Marshuiollbw Drops, pure and Ireab,
Carbolic Candy, tor sure throat,
Honrhound Candy, for colds.
1Y| pertnint Drops, for the digettii :..
Cocoa Caramel, lor the stomach.
Ci >ws, pleasant dinner confection.
Jordan Almonds, after-diiin* runt to -no ?
('ream Ohusolato. a sweet soothing thin:!,
All for *.i1c at HEISri SWA Drnfi Stor..
D-'C27 ? Opuoeite P?axjs Oflhte.
We have, at this
time, unusual facili?
ties for making fine
Frock Coats and su?
perior made Custom
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
A few caeca of
THE VERY LATEST FASHIONS
And bomc of tho new
. -? ? ?
GESTS' FIRM? GOODS.
WE Lavo secured tLo services of a first
class cuttor in our CU3TO'! DEPARTMENT,
and are making faUITo *,rder in the latest
R. & W. 0. 8WAFFIELD.
? l'.LKS yii.le and colukbia baii.boad Co.,
Coi.vmbia, 8. C, January 1,1874.
HOXDER8 of tho STATE QUA BAN TEE D
BONDS and the admitted SECOND
MORTGAGE BONDS of this Company, who
have funded the past due Coupons of said
Bonds, matured between January, 1872, and
July, 1873, both inclusive, are notified that
the January, 1874. Coupons of said Bonds,
and,also, those of the funded Interest Bon dc
and Certificates, will be paid on presentation
at this office on the FIFTEENTH 1NST.
GEO. W. WATERMAN,
Jan 1 Treasurer.
Baltimore & Wilmington, N.C.
Semi-Weekly Steamship Line,
Composed of the nrst-clat* Steamships
D. J. FOLEY.Capt. D. J. Price
ItEBECOA CLYDE.Capt. D. C. Childs
LUCILLE.Capt. J. 8. Behxett
RALEIGH.Capt. J. S. Uuvtu
WILL hereafter sail from BALTIMORE
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, and
from V.ILUINUION every WEDNESDAY
Connecting at Wilmington, N. 0., with tho
Wilmington, Co'umbia and Augusta Bail
road, giving Through Bill* of Lading to and
rrom all points in North and Sonth Carolina,
Georgia and Alabama.
Connecting at Columbia, S. C, with the
GreenvMle aud Columbia Railroad and Char?
lotte division of the Charlotte. Columbia and
Connecting at Augusta, Ga., with Georgia,
Macon aud Angusla and Central Railroads.
Steamers of this lino, on arrival in Wil?
mington, stop at Railroad Depot, and tho
Railroad Fr. ight, being stowed separately in
Steamer, is transferred, under covered sheds,
direct to Curs, without delay, and forwarded
by the fast Freight Express that evening.
from Wilmington South Union guaranteed
is low as by anj other toute, and h11 losses
or over-charges promptly paid.
Maik all Goods via btotinisbip lo Wilming?
ton, and forward biilr of I..('dug to Puftroad
Agent, AViimingtou, N O.
For turtln r informal u u, snp'j to i ither of
uudrrsigntil Api-i t* id ih?- in t
ANDREWS A- CO . An-nt* It A- W. steam?
ship Line. I?ii 73 Su.ithV \Mi'> ?. Daltiaiote.
A. D CAZAl'X Agent B. A Vt. Suauisl i.
bit e. Wilnitnvtoii. N C.
A. POPE Qrut r&lFitiglit Agent.
F W CL'.' K, Ass'i Gen Kn ;> ht Au't,
\\ ilniiiigtnii, N. C.
11 M M/T'l INGR/.M, Uiitissl Western
\gent. Ai!antii Os N?v23Knto*
CO'n'GAKEE irow WOEXS,
? Ul.It.Mltt ? . r?. C.
JOHN ALEXANDRA, Proprietor.
tS*-^* . MANUFACTU?
RER OF STEAM
MILLS. Gin Gear?
ing, and all kinds
ot Iron Castings
'.or M achiuery
Ca stings foi
Stores and Dwell?
ing-, Patent Rai'dn.'.'s foi Gudi Iis si.ii Ceme?
teries, Iio't HMlees ai il At bor Chaiis; aleo,
Brass Cat-tings of Ml kinds, Pells for
Churches, Schools, Woik-thops, Ac. Gua?
rantee all n.y woik first ehus aid ?qu?l to
anv North or South.
Works at foot ot Lady slnet,.ard tear to
South Carolina and Gieenville atd Columbia
Railroad Companies' Depots. N?>v 18
IMPORTED WINES. BRANDIES, &c
Old Jamaica Rum,
_ Rolland Gin,
siimr.i Wine, 1'ort Wine, Madeira Wine
Also, a largo .?teek of fine old Whukic*,
Doe 21 J. C SF.EGEBS
TONS prince TIMOTHY BAY. for sale
low, for cut h DOPE iV GYLES.
Bulwor's Great Novel,
TriE PARISIANS, illustrated?11.00.
Publicans and Sinners, a Novel, t y Miss
?raddon? 7S oi nla.
A Princesa of Th?le, a Novel, by author of
"Adventures of a 11 oilon,' "Daughter of
lleth," Ac -75 ci nla.
Lot da's Forlnno, a Novel?$1 CO.
Which Shall It Be? a Novel, by anther of
the Wooing 0"i'?85 cents.
Bebce; or. Two Little Wooden Shoos: a
story, by Onidc?$1 to.
F? 1> 111 It r, KUYAN'8 nOOKHTOItE.
1PT\/\BUSnF.I.H CORN in eioro a:n
?? )\ t\ I In trnmit.
?ui;> barrels Flour,
M>0 liiiaiiiils Posh.
2,000 pounds Feed.
Just in and for sale at popular pi ices.
Feh 1 L?RICK Si I.OWRANCE.
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