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f?TM F H CB ?? IX. rUBLXSiO? DAILY ASS TBI-WEEKLY. T H I GLEANER, BTES Y WEDNESDAY XOBKIKO. 3 Y JULIAN A. SELBY, EDITO a AND rnorniETon. SJutee on Main Street, above Taylor. ' MTRook and Job Printing of ovory doicrip 4on promptly and faithfully attended to. ' X' 1 AD VE It TIB EMKNT8 Inserted in the Daily at 75 cents por square for tho first and 60 cents each subsequent in? sertion. Long advertisements by tho week, month or year, at reasonable ratCB. SUBBOBIFTION. Daily, six months, SI U0; Tri-Weekly, 2 St; Weekly, 1 SO._ DOKBSTIO SCENE.-A waggish Western editor describos a scene in domestic lifo: An aunt of ours concluded to try tho effect of a pleasant smile and a kind word upon her husband when he retarned from bis work. She bad read how a borne should be pleasant, and tho wifo, should always meet the husband with a pleasant smile. Tho success she had is best given in the shape of a dialogue. (Enter husband, almost exhausted, and very hungry withal, throws his hat j on tho floor, and drops heavily into a seat. Wife, preparing ten, looks up with a smile, and is so glad to seo him.) Wife-Well, my dear, it is so nico to bave you here at meal-time. (A long smile.) Husband-Yes; I suppose so. Wife-How bas yonr business pros? pered to-day? (Another smile.) Husband-About so-so. Wife-Como, my dear, supper is ready; let me draw your chair. (Another smile. ) Husband (grnflly)-I am too tired to stir. Wait till I warm my feet. Wifo-Do as you choose, my dear. (Another smile.) Husband-Look o'here, old womau ; before any more fuss is made about it, I should like to know what you aro grin? ning at. Aunt smiled and relinquished her sweet smiles from that dato. Uncle was not one of the romantic sort, and didn't understand such things. TAKINO TIIEM RAW.-A gentleman who bad evidently not kept up with thc times had a dozen on the half-shell at a fashionable restaurant yesterday. Im? bedded in tho oysters wero a crab and a pearl. The latter he throw aside, re marking that tho Savannah people didn't know how to open oysters, for they left j the shell, which interfered very seri? ously with digestion. Ho asked the pro? prietor to be "more careful in future." The pearl he spit out was valued at $100, and is the largest ever found in au oyster in this region.-Savannah Republican. Charleston Advertisements M jp ?? U N D A CID PHOSPHATE OF LIME, FOR COMPOSUNG with COTTON SEED. THIS article is manufactured by thc Pacific Guano Company, at Charleston, 8. O . j under tho superintendonco of Dr. ST. JULIEN BAVENEL. When enmpoatod with an equal weight ol Cotton Seed, its rcBultB have buen fonnd fully equal to the best standard Fertil? izers. Ita economy most commend it to tho notice of planters generally. For specific directions for comporting and for 8uppb6s, apply to J. N. HOBSON, Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C. JOHN 8. HEESE A CO., Dec 24 13mo General Agents, Baltimore. PACIFIC ?UAN?^COMP?NY'S (CAPITAL $1.600,000; SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO. THIS GUANO is now so well known in all the Southern States for its remarkable effects as an agency for increasing tho pro? ducts of labor, as not to requirn special re? commendation from us. Itu UBO for live yearn past has ostablisbcd its charin l er for reliable excellence. The largo fixed capital invested by tho Company in this trade affords tho sorest guarantee of tho continued excellence of its Guano. J. N. ROBSON, Selling Agent, Charleston, B. C. JOHN 8. REESE & CO., Deo 24 |;)mo Genera) Agents, Baltimore. P?RE^YPS?MT Containing Eighty Per Cent, of Soluble Matter. /Hi HOUM) und prepared in this city, aiid VJT warranted freo from adulteration. Tho annexed communication from Prof. Charles U. Shepard, Jr., of tho purity of thia article, is a gnarautco of its highly valuable qualities to the farmer, being available when mixed with other manures, to the great ad? vantage of any kind of crop. Unequaled as a top dressing for Wheat, Ryo. Barley, ftc. and tho Grasses, (ono peck of which will show visible improvement on an acre of ground.) This valuable Manure is offered for salo at i the low price of $15 per ton, cash, or on timo for city acceptance, with interest added. Put up for shipment in bags of 200 pound* each. All orders by mail, in accordance with above terms, will be prompt ly executed hy JOHN H. HOLMES, Commiauion Merchant, Boyce'? Wharf, Charleston, 8. O. [COPY.] Omoi OF STATE INSPECTOR OK FEBTILIZEBS, LABBATOEY OF ru K MEDICAL COLLEOK, QUEEN STBEET, OHABLEBTON, H. C., November 2i, 1870. Mr. John H. Holme a. DBAB SIB: Tho GYPSUM submitted hy you for analysis is the most remarkable 1 have ever seen for its freedom from impurities of every kind, containing aa il does but one-third of ono per cont, of inHolublo natter. If it can bo supplied of similar quality, it cannot fail to provo a groat boon to bout h ern agricul? ture, as there is no orop to which it is not be? neficial, whether applied alono or in conjunc? tion with othor manaron. Very respectfully, your obedient servant. (Signed) CHARLES U. SHEPARD, JR., M. D. Jan 12_ 122 *. V. ?BOOIE. B. B. nUDQINB. U. C. nc ur, i NS. BRODIE ? CO., CO TOS Factors and Commission Merchants, North Atlantic Wharf, CHARLESTON. 8. C. T IBER AL advances made on Consignments. JLJ Refer to ANDREW SI MONDS, Esq., PrcBi dont 1st National Bank, Charloston, S. C. Ang24 8mo SPECIAL, ATTENTION given to tho col? lodion of Commorcial Paper, Interest on Stat" and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, and Gonvondou of State Securities, bv Nov 23 Omo D, GAMBRILL, Broker. Cognac Bitters, FIRST PRIZE Paris Exhibition 1867. Purify tho blood and strengthen tho system, ?radicating the effect of dissipation, maintain thc human frame in condition of healthfulness, dispel thc Blues and ail menta! dis? tempers, and relieve those whose sedentary habits lay them open to depression. They prevent and cure #/// ons and other Fevers, Jfefer and .If/uc, Chills, diarrhoea, jPysett /cry, 2)ysj)cj)sifr, Siter/- - Sie/rttess, Colic, Chole ru, Cholera. JJloroas, and every complaint inci? dental to diet or atmos? phere. Ladies will find them a sovereign boon, as they eradicate all traces of Debility, Nervousness, Inertness, and Diseases peculiar to the sex. t ; Thousands of Testimo? nials can be seen at the office of Q M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor, 04 & GO Waler Street, N. Y. CLACIUS & WITTE, Charleston, General Accent H fur State Booth Carolina. Fcbl3||jly For Sale, 3?ili \ AcnEaof LAND in Barnwell, . \_>l./U on tho Ediato. 7f>0 AGUES in Kershaw-in lote to suit. HOUSE and LOT in Colnmbia-$12,(J0U. 1 Honso in this city, $5,000. 1IOUS E and thirteen acres LAND, near thc city-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAL'SKETT, Attorney at Law and Beal Estato Agent. Sept 25 _ ly Chewing Tobacco-Just Received. AFINE lot of tho best Pan-cako and Fig Chewing TOBACCO. Nov 3 JOHN C. SEEGERS. , TjMf'JRMA Tar? . . , OMI? . t . 6 E RM AN BITTERS. TBS Purest Medicated Cordial of the Age. ALTERATIVE~ANTI-BILIOUS and INVIGORATING PROPERTIES. ? LIPPMANN great / /TtfADE M Aftl GERMAN PITT / / M , ERR is prepared ii .< / from tho original i Sf TtV^r"*^ ^?S?l ^ i no w m possession fW ^^?&v'J/tBj \' of the propriotora [l^^?jtwf^^^ \S^.and is llio samo VHF^r/SyjjjT" Jr'' R preparation that JM 1^1^ fr ? * waa need in Ger? ara loJi ^?irif?&^? many upwards of Kiar ?^feA^^?fWSf \J< a century ago; to tsqW^^^^pl^CTWglv/'. day is household ^??^*wiv nfe'?'? remedy of Gorma ~ ,^~9> IS ^V"T ny, recommended ^ r7 N . ^-^^?^3 ' hy its most omi y ? * nont physicians. LIPPJIAN'S GEE AT GERMAN BITTERS Is composed of the purest alcoholic ceaenco ot Germany's favorite beverage, impregnated with tho juices and extracts of rare iicrbs, roots and barks; all of which combined make it ono of tho best and Btirost preparations for tho cure of Dyspepsia, Loss of Tono in the Stomach ami Digestivo OrgauB, Nervuns Debility, Lan? guor, Constipation, Liver Complaint, General Exhaustion, and uj a PIOVENT? VE FOR VJIJLLHAXD FEVER ANO MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY. FEMALES Will lind LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN RIT TEKS thc beat tonic known for the diet asesto which thoy aro generally huhject, and where a geutlu stimulant is recommended. SAVANNAH, Majck IG, 1870.P? Messrs. Jacob Eipjmian <fc Jiro., Havannoh. (ia_GKNTS: I have before mo your esteemed letter of tho 14th inst., containing various documents relativo to your "Gorman Ritters." After a careful examination 1 must confess that your Ritters ia really what you represent it to bo, an old German recipe of Dr Mitch erlich. of Berlin. Prussia. It will no doubtbo excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and nervous diseases, and ia a good preventive of chills and fever. I lind it to bo a nioet de? lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain yours truly, (Signed) AUG. 1'. WETTER. KinKL.VNn MILLS, GA., March 22,1870. Messrs. Jacob Lipjnnun cfc Jiro., Druggists, Savannah, (ta.-GENTLEMEN: 1 have intro- j duced your Great G' mian l?ttere hero to my customers and friends, and I lind better sale for it than any I havo ever kept before. Those who have tried it approve of it very highly, and I do not hesitato in saying that it is far superior in value to any other Riders now in uso. Yours, respectfully, W. KIRKLAND. Wholo^alo Agents for Stale of South Carob na-DO WIE, MOISE ft DAVIS, HENRY RlS CHOKE Sc, CO., GLACIUS ,t WITTE STEF? FENS, WERNER .V DUCKER, Charleton. Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER A 1 MeGHEOOR'S. Druggists. .Tune 2 lv|jj Seed Irish Potatoes. -I AA P.BLS. FINK EYES, Chili Reds, LvJv' Early Roso. Early Goodrich and Peach Blows, for sale low for cash onlv. Fob 3 ED. H'OPE. j JUST RECEIVED, AT 1. & W. C. SWAFFIBLE'S, AN OTB. ER lot ol those popular Glengarry, Garrick and King William CAPE OVER? COATS. Those rerfeet-Fitting Wbitc and Fancy SHIRTS. Czar and Lee HATS, new Btylee. Extra Fine English BROADCLOTH, for fine Dre*? Coats, all of which will Le ?old at low prices. Jan ll j. i. k 1.1. mm JgEG to caU particular attention to the following list of goods, which are MARKED DOWN to such low figures, au to insure their speedy ?ale. EMPRESS CLOTHS, POPLINS, PLAIDS ALL WINTER DRESS MATERIALS. Roal Paisley SHAWLS, Wool Shawls, handsome Reaver Cloaks, low and medium priced Clonks, and All Winter Coverings. A large stocked FUR8, in sets and eirjgle. Heavy CA8SIMEREH, Heaver Clothe, BLANKETS. Flannels, Unseye, Ac. We have recently added to our CARPET, WINDOW i-nADE and OIL CLOTH DEPART? MENTS, which goods can be sold cheaper than eather in the eeason. Our DOMESTIC STOCK is vory large, to which we invite the attention ol the olotes! buy? ers. Jan 11 Eighteen Years of Practical Success ! INTRODUCED IN 1852. PATENTED DECEMBER 20, 1850. Oldest Super-Phosphate Manufactured in this Country! MACES' H?TK?GENIZED S li P E R-P H 8 ? P B A T B OF LIME. Composed of Bones, Phosphatic Gnano, Concentrated Ammoniacal Animal Matter and Sulphuric Acid. - No Salt, Plastor, SaltCako, Nitro Cake, nor any adulterant of any lund used. - US" Tho ammoniacal animal matter used in Mapee* Nitrogcnizod Super-Phosphate of Limo consists of the Flesh, (containing 10 pur cent of Ammonia,) and the Blood, (contain? ing 15 per cont, of Ammonia,) of horses, beeves, t'nh and other animals, aftor expression of tho fat and oil by stoftm. Send for a pamphlet. KINSMAN & HOWELL, Jan 12J8mo General Agonis, 128 East Ray, Charleston, 8. C. ETIWAN GUANOS, MANUFACTURED AT TUB ETIWAN WORKS, CHARLESTON, S. C., BY THE SULPIItiBII) ACID AND SUPER-PHOSPHATE COMPANY. TUE now well-known ETIWAN GUANO ia manufactured from tho Native Ilono Phoaphatca of South Carolina. These Ph ot-ph a ton. in their natural atato, aro insoluble, and re? quire to bo (?round to powder, and made soluble hy Sulphuric Acid. Thia Company havo now in operation the largest Sulphuric Acid Chambers at tho booth, and aro, thcrcloro, able to manufacture, at thc lowest rates, the highest, grade of Fertilizer; it being clear that tho greater tho propel lion of Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains, tho less tho quantity ri quired per acre, lu ord? r to make the Fertilizer complete, Ammonia and Potash in suftieient quantities are added. With lh<-B0 views tho Company manufacturo and offer for Balo ETIWAN GUANOS, Wan anted lo ronIai u fi eui IS to 2(1 rfc? ONT. OK Dissoi.vi i> BONK FUOFI HAT r. bvListK, and from 2 to 2} per cent, of AMMONIA, with a sufficient, addition ol' PKRUVIAN GUANO and POTASH, to adapt it to all crop?. Price it;:} per ton, cash; on time, $70 per lon, and interest 7 per cent, por annum. DISSOLVED BONE, Of high grade, snitnl le !..). manufacturers or for planters, being in itself an excellent Fertil? izer, and specially adapted for compost. As tai ge quantities of Sulphuric Acid aro need to dissolve the Phc-t-p! atc, this will l e f< und a cheap and convenient way to transport that material. Thu grade furnished will he hom IS lo 20 per cent. Dissolvcel Bono Phosphnto. Price flo per ton. catii; on tinto, f 45, with inti rest at 7 per cent, per annum, S?ll liiylicr grades will be furnished to older nt sn additional price per centuge. COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE, Specially prepared for composting willi cotton seed and other plantation manures. Price $35 per ton, cash: on time, 940, with intcrc st at 7 per cent, per annum. GROUND BONE, ACmuoli lower rates, const-ding >imply of thc Nativo Pone Phosphates ground lo powder. Price $20 per lon, carh: en lime. $22 and interest at 7 per cent, per annum. WM. C. BEE ?Sc GO., Agents, No. 14 Adgcr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C. It. O'NKAI.K A, SON, Agi ids, Columbia, s. c. N.E. Tin? per cent age of Dissolved Pone Phosphaio of Limo, and Ammonia in all tho F.tiwans, ia neecrtsincd ?it thc Works, hy their Chi mist, bel ore delivery. Should any pur? chaser he dissntislic ?1, he may ri linn nvetago Baniples of any purchase, within tDirty (30) days after delivery, and tiny will ho analyzi d anew, and any deficiency in tim per cent ago guaranteed will he made good to him hy tua Com pat. y. Jan 21 12tuo KAWB?NE STANDARD GUARANTEED lilli 21 i HIS? MANUFACTURED BY WHAN N'S Haw 33one UFER-PHOSPHATE. THE GREAT FERTILIZER COTTON AM) ALL CHOPS. WltMINGTON,DEL. Tho unparalleled success of this Great Fer? tilizer on ALE CHOPS, proves it to be thc BEST and CHEAPEST Manure now offered in thc market. It has been used by many of the most eminent Planters in tho South, ami in every singlo instance it has fjiven entire satis? faction. ?n COTTON its effects havo been particularly marked. It is no raro thing for WIIANN'S"PHOSPHATE to increase the yield from ONE HUN DEED TO TWO DUN DEED PEU CENT., or even more! Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent, planter of Cameron, Ga., in a letter to tho Homier and Plauter, says that in an experiment with seven leading Super-Phosphates and Guanos, tho Wu ANN'S proved itself the best of all thoso tried, paying a net profit at tho low market rato of *2d.fl0 per aero of ^otton. A copv of Mr. Dixon's letter furnished on application. For sale hy CL.AUI10R.N, IlEKltlN'G & CO., Jan 12 3tnJ* Charloston. S. C., and Augusta.. Ga lft???N FACTORS IM ^"eosrA, 6EOj?Jl TO AND FROM BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YO BK, BOSTON AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES. THREW TIMES A WEEK, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, ELEGWT STATE ROOM Sea Voyage 10 to 13 Hours ACCOMMODATIONS. _ Shorter, via Charleston. Total Capacity 40,000 Bales Monthly. T?ESOUTH CAROLINA BAILI.OAP COMPANY, and conneclii g roods West, in alliance with the fleet of Thirteen FI PST-CLASS STEAM SB IPS, lo the above porte, invito atten? tion to tho QUICK TIME and REGULAI! DESPATCD a fielded to Hie Lusinees public in the Cotton States at tho PORT OF CHARLESTON! Offering facilities of Rail and Sea Transport?t ions for Freight and Passengers not equalled in excellence and capacity at any other Pelt. The following spl-ndid Ocean Steamers aro regu? larly on the HDO MANHATTAN, M. S. WOODULI,, Commander, CHAMPION, R. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander, CHARLESTON, JAMES RBIUIY, Commander, JAMES ADC ER, T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander, GEORGIA, S. CnowEiifj, Commander. SOUTH CAROLINA, SAM ADKINS, Commander. CLYDE, ALEX. HuNTEit, Commander. ASHLAND, BECKETT, Commander. WAGNER, nUGER it CO., WM. A. COURTENAY, Agents, Charleston, H. C. JAMES ADO ER A' CO., Agent*, Charleston, S. C. VIRGINIA, EVERMAN, C. IL ASIICKOET, Commander. C. HINCKLEY, Commander. r AILING DAYS,.THURSDAYS. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, S. C. To Ealtimoro. EALC0N, MARYLAND, SEA GULL, HoitS&Y, Commander. JOHNSON, Commander. DUTTON, Communder, SAILING DAYS,.EV EY Y FIFI II DAY. P. 0. TRKNHOLM, Agent, Charleston, S. C. I.s LOW AS THOSE OP COMPETING LISES. ol One Pi r Cent md ! brough Tickita eau bo bad at al] tito principal Railroad onda, Alabama, Tennesseo and Mississippi, red in advance, without extra charge, l.y addressing Ag? tits ol it. at whose eftices, in i.li ea^es, tho Railload Tickets should be H a his renn EA TES G UAH A XTi Marine Instirhtice One Through Bills el 1 . . Offices in South Carolina Kt? te Rooms maj be the Steamships in Char!' exchanged sud Perth.? a* Tho Through Tie'sel shipboard. The South 0a roi ir. a li EU "lg ?U tes TiHlisfi ve, Mi als am! State Room willie on M.I i;? ci.ntiecting lim? have largely increaeed their facill tioa for t!?e apb! m cv.- rr..' id of height and passengers between Non lu rn cities and t ho South and West. C> mfoi table Sight ( ION willi th? Holmes Chair, without extra charge, have been introduced. First-Class Eating Saloon nt Branchville. Freight promptly transferred Iront Steamer to Doy ard Night Trains ot Sooth Carolina Railrt ad. close con nee finns made with other Roads, delivering Freights at distant pointe with the gre atest promptness. The M iinagers ai o confident that their Lino cunnot be sur? passed in Despatch and the Safe Deliver) of Goods. n. I>. Il V SI''.1.1., P. G. IIox 4,070, Office 317 Broadway, Ni \v Yorle. 8. B. PJGKENS, ED. II. BARNWELL, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, | General Freight Agent, South Carolina Railroad. ! Oct i i Gmo Son th CaroPna Railroad. Change of Schedule. SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY, COLUMBIA, H. C., January 19,1871. r35??1?pnsZ?tt9?a OM and after Sun HW?S$S8?=3??*duy, the 22d instant, Passenger Trains upon this Road will arrive and loavo aa follows: TRAIN NO. 1. Leave Charleston at.8.20 a ni / rrive at Columbia at.3.40 p m Leavo Columbia at.12.15 p m Arrivo at Charleston at.7.60 p m Leavo Camdon, Sundays excepted, at.'.) GO. a ra Arrivo at Ringville at.1.20 p m Leavo Ringville, Sundays oxecp'd, at.2 30 p m Arrive at Camden afc.6.00 p m Tho above Trains run in connection with Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, connecting with Trains for Wilmington, North Carolina, and with Trains for Augutta, Geor? gia-making close connections with Night Trains of Georgia Railroad and Central Rail? road, for all points South and West. THAIN NO. 2-NIOIIT EXPRESS, (Sunday Night excepted.) Leavo Charleston at.7.10 p m Arrivo nt Columbia at.fi.00 a m Loavo Columbia at.7.50 p m Arrive at Charleston at.C.45 a m This Train runs in connection with Un Au? gusta Trains, malting clone connection with Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad Morn? ing Trains, for all points Kout h and West. A. L. TYLER, vice-President. S. n.griCKiWS, General Ticket. Agent. Jan 21 Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, S. O., January 17,1871. f^^PBXf?Baa ON and after SUNDAY, ?MP>gg ^BKSSBg-Tannarv 22, tho Paesen ger trains over this Road will run af. follows: GOING NonTU.-No. 1. No. 2. STATIONS. AUUIVK. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE. Augusta 8 00 am 0.00 pm Columbia 12.51 pm 1.0:1pm ll 05 pm 11.20 pm Winnsb'ro 3.17 pm 3 37 pm 1.25 am 1 27 a in Choster 5.07 pm 5.10 pm 2 SO am 3.00 am Charlotte 7.30 pm 5.30 am GOINO SOUTH.-No. l. No. 2. AllIUVE. LEAVE. AnniVE. LEAVE. Charlot to 8.00 am 8 10 pm Choster 10.20 am 10 23 am 10.27 pm 10 30 pm Winnah n ll 55 am 11.58 am ll 55 pm 11.58 pm Columbia 2.10 um 2.28 pm 2.13 am 2.28 am Augusta 7 15 pm 7.30 am GOINO Noirrn.-Train No. 1 makes close DAILY CONNECTIONS at Charlotte for all points Non i II and EAST. Train No. 2 maltes sanio collections, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. GOINO SOUTH.-Train No. 1 makes close DAILY' CONNECTIONS nt Augusta with train* of Georgia and Central Georgia Railroads, tor all points South, South-west and West. Train No 2 makes same connections, SUN? DAYS EXCEPTED. No night trains will leavo Charlotto, Au? gusta or intermediate points on Sundays. Through Tickets sold and baggage checked to principal points. J. M. SELKIRK, Sup. E. lt. DOI'.SEY, General Ticket Agent. Greenville and Columbia Railroad. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, S. C., December 1,1870. ?re,rmmraWrinTi ON and aRer tbi.* fJf^!^.?iJk^^5ilri,<late, the following schedule will ho run daily, Sundays excepted, connecting with Night Trains on South Caro? lina Railroad up and down; also with Trains going South rn Charlotto, Columbia and Au? gusta Railroad: UP. Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a. ta. Alston. 8 40 a.m. " Newberry..".10.10 a. m. " Cokesbury.1.45 p.m. " Relton.3.30 p. m. Arrive at Greenville. C 00 p.m. DOWN. Leavo Greenville at.5 45 a. ni. " Relton.7 '?3 a. m. " Cokenburv.9.05 a. m. *' Abbeville'.. 8 00 a. m. " Newberry.12 35 p.m. " Alston. 2 10 p.m. Arrive at Columbia.3.45 p. zn. Doc 1 JOHN H. MORE. General Sop. Change of Schedule. OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO., COMPANY SUOFS, N. C., Januar 25,1871. E&Z ?si, LUffi?ffiffitQ TRAINS will bo run over AR?*?r^<'Qfi>j rttW> thia Hoad as follows: Express. Hail. ARRIVE, LEAVE. ABBIVE. LEAVE. Charlotto ii 35 a m 8.00 p m Salisbury 8.08a ni 8 13 an. 10.34 p m 10.89 p m Gr'nsb'o ll. 05 a ni ll 20 am 1.30 a m 1.45 am Co Shopl2 50 n m 1 05 p DJ 2 57 a m 8.17 a m Hillsb'ro 2.23pm 2.33 pm 4 27 a in 4.29 am Raleigh 5.12 a ni 0.38 am 7.10 am Goldsboro 10.55 a m Express. Mail. Goldsboro 3 00 p m Raleigh 8.46am C 58 p m 7.40 a m Hillsbroll.07 amil 10pm 10 10 a m 10.02 a m Co Shop 12 30 pm 12.50 pm 11.12 a m 11.45 a m Gr'nsb'o 2 Kip ni 2 20 p ni 1.10 a m 2.00 a ni Salisb'ry 5.15pm 5.20pm 4 50 am 4.55 a ni Charlot tc7.50p ni 7.30 am Jan 27 W. H. GREEN, Mae. Trans. Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad. rmwrrr&?vs- Leavo Anderson.4.20 P. M. (?iSS&^&W " Pendleton.5 20 ?. -^B*-? Pcrryiille.COO .? Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 " Leavo Walhalla.3.30 A. M. *' Porrvville.4.15 " Pendleton.5.30 ?* Arrivo at Anderson.G.15 " Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arriva! of/up train on Gree.Dvillo and Columbia Road. July 31 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup, Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Road Braj QBggggg] ON and after tho 24th ^tWaMfct? instant, the Passenger Trains will go down on MONDAYS. WEDNES? DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Sparianourg Court noupo, at 7 20 A. M., and arriving at alston 1.35 P. M. Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, will leavo Alston at 9 50 A. M., and arrive at Spartanburg at 3.40 P. M. THOMAS R. JETER. President. Thief Proof Drawers. THE ;mdersigncd have received the Agencv o? thoBO DRAWERS. TA-y are. the one thing needful for the pro , nU/lli,-w tection of every store aw yjrxuuvvi JVx? E shop in Columbia, nf ^MPROVED . ft fording a sure probe -. , tion from tho ligbt-iln TlLL LOCKS uRArVEr\l gcrod gentry. For .?ah -- T| low, by FAIRBANKS L CO., fe J. fe T. R. AGNEW. AOKNTS, H ^ 252 Broadway, N.Y. ? ICE! ICE! ICE! HAVING put my machine in operation, I now inlorni the publia that 1 am ready lutupplv nov and all orders for ICE. Price two cunts pc"? pound by the retail. For 100 pounds or more, agreements will temado. Tholoo can bo obtained at either tho upper or lowei atore. J. C. SBEQBB8. Diamond Hams, SVG All cured SHOULDERS, Smoked Tongue, Breakfast Bacon, Fulton Market Bi cf, All choice and for salo at rod need pi iee?. Jan 27 EDWARD HOPE.