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JOHN P. THOMAS, Chief Editor.
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.wDook and Job Printing of overy dseorip
toQ promptly ?nd faithfully attended to.
ADTBBTUBVJERT8 < ' .-> .
tusertod In tho Daily at 70 cents per square
for the first and 60 oente eaoh subsequent in
lortibn. Long advertisements by. the week,
uonth or year, at reasonable rates.
DaUy.six mouths, $4 00; Trl-Wookly, a 5?;
ffs'ekly. 1 SO. , -
?Pro?n to Death."
BX J. a. HALL, JU. ,
"A Uttlo ghi waa found frozen to de'?tu in
tho Fifth Avenue last night."
(?veto York Daily Paper, ,
Bbs has frozen to death in tho rain ?and tho
. eloot. i
That eobbingly patter along tho.cold etroet;
The moan of the wind, and tho breath of tho
. i storm,
llave nipped ere its blossom her fragile young
8ho n'as frozen to doath, and her brown silken
Falls stiff o'er her faoo, with its look of de- I
apair; ? . . '. 'J
And tho small purnlo fiugors, clasped ovor
bur breast, .
Toll tho talo of entroaty hor lipa once ex?
Bhe has frozen to death-obi most pitiful
sight- . ? i
This ohild, who was homeiosB and friendless i
Who had wandered unheard, till her little
' baro feet
Found a place of repose in tho frost-guarded
Hbo has frozon to death; and the very same
Whiok lights tho brave palace where wealth
has ita dream,
Comes glimmering out in the darkness to
Tho faoe of the little dead starveling belowl
8bo has frozen to death-in thia same avonue
The wealthy and happy their pleasure pursue,
Unheeding that while through its mazes they
A poor little beggar ia freezing outside.
She has frozen to death-well, lift hor poor
And shelter it now from th? breath of tho
And say not a word to tho people in thero,
Lest their visions of lifo seem a trina less
FerbapB as they sought thoir great houses
This poor, purple hand was out-strotckod to
They passed by her thon, and why Bhould sho
Dring a shade of annoyance o'er any proud
Oreat Ood! We may shnddor, but tongues
must be mute,
Nor 'tween ber and thom tho just balaceo
Well-enough, if boforo groat Jehovah they
The ohild that was frozen to doath in the
PAT'S PIBTY.-Pat was an idle boy.
One day he was suddenly called up, and
the question propounded by the peda?
"How many Qods are there?"
Patriok was not a distinguished theolo?
gian, but he promptly answered : ,
"Take your seat!" thundered the mas?
ter?, "and if yon don't answer' in five
minutes, I will welt you."
The probationary period passed, and
Pat taking the floor, hesitatingly stated
the number of Gods to be "Ave, sir."
He received the promised welting,
and returned-to bis seat with ten min?
utes for consideration.
Ten minutes up, Pat was np too, and
satisfied that be hadn't fixed the number
snffloiently high before, shouted out:
"There's ten, sir."
He saw tho ferule descending, und
breaking ont of the door, he clearod a
five-rail fence and run like a quarter
horse across the meadow. Panting with
exhaustion, he met a Ind, with a book
iu his band, and the look of one in pur?
suit of knowledge under difficulties-, be
"Where are you going?"
"To school, yonder," was the reply.
"How mauy Gods are there?"
"One," answered the boy.
"Well, you'd better not go down there.
You'll have a good time with ymir one
God. I just left there with ton, and
that wasn't enough to save me the daru
dest licking you ever heard of."
GUNPOWDER and English Breakfast
TEAS-the host imported-for sale by
Doo 7_E. HOPE.
Oats and Wheat,Bran.
TA A BUSHELS FEED OATH,
4 UU 20.000 lbs. Wheat Bran.
For sTtMTPw for cash. ED WAU D HOPE.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
Established in Columbia, S. C., 1819.
Aetna Fire Insurance Company,
of Hartford, Conn.
Incorporated A. D. 1819. Charter Perpetual
Cash capital and surplus, after pay?
ing losses at Chicago.14,000,000
PrfiDihimR rnrieivsd in 1870. 3,9U0,000
IT is still the leading and strongest American
Fire Insurance Company.
Imperial Fire Ins. Co., of London.
Chartered A. D. 1803. Capital $8,000,000 in
Oold. This Company bad no agency at Chi?
cago at tho time of the fire. Its loss was
small. It subscribed ?5,000 for tho benefit of
the sufferers by the fire.
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., of New York.
Assets $1,500,000, after paying louses at Chi?
Union Fire Ins. Co., San Francisco.
This Company has $1,150.000 in ?old. after
paying Chicago loesos.
lti?ka taken by GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Offioe opposite Columbia Hotel, in rear of
Mr. W. J. DUFFIE'S Book-store. Nov 8 t
To tho Pnblio.
THE STATE CAPITAL RESTAURANT will
bo kept open all night after MONDAY,
December ll, for tho accommodation ofr-tbo
traveling pnblio, and meals will bo sorvod at
all hours of ?thg day and night. _Deo 5
Dogs for Salo.
A ONE year old English SETTER,
--- ^thoroughly trained. Two six
mouths old Puppios, thorough-brods-pr por
age for training. Nine suckling Pups,
Black and Ta'ns and Bull Pups to order. Ap?
ply to 'O/n.-FRANltLlN.
Barley ! Barley !
PLANTERS can havo SEED BARLEY at
$1.25 per bushel. Terms cash.
Sopt22_JOHN O. BEEPERS.
Martin's Siloing: 8ub-Soiler and Deep
THE undersigned having purchased tho
right for this Btato to manufacture and
soil tho ahovo plow, tho best and cheapest, vet
introduced, doBires a reliable Agent at every
County Conrt Honso in the Btato.
Oct 10 EDWARD HOPE.
'TKe'?talieof "ftpni?r ftar?lfna.
To tho Commissioners of Elections for Ute
County of Qrangeburg.
WHEREAS Hon.' JoaopU A 'Greene, who,
at tho gon?ral election held in Novem?
ber, 1808. waa choeou a member of the Bon a to
for the, Election Matriel, of Orangpburg Oouu
ty, t?tforvO lor tbt?dfi?i?plrod term o? Hon. B.
rv Randolph, lias, fained said elect ion, de?
ceased; au?? whereat, the Constitution* of the
?tate of Booth Carolina dlroote that in euoh a
oaao a'writ of electionehall be issued by the
President of the Senate, for th?'purpose of
niling tho vaoanoy tbue occasioned, for tho
remainder of tho term for which the mombor
SQ deceased was elected,V? serva: ,"....
0 N?w", Vtbarofore.'yoaCaoov eacb of yon, are
huroby required, afte.r dysiadvertissiscBt, sud
with strict regard to all tho provisions of tho
Constitution and ?swa ;0.f tho. said Btato,
touching your duty m such case, to hold an
election for a member, qf the. Senate, for tho
Election District aforesaid, to.serv.e for the
remainder of the term for which tho said Hon.
Joseph A. Oreehe was elected; the polls to be
oponed at the various places of election in the
said District, ?ti WEDNESDAY, tho 20th day
of December, A, D. 1871, by the various sots
of. Managers for tho BO places respectively;
and tho counting of tho votes eastland thu
declarations of tho result of tho olection to bo
in accordance with tho provisions of tho 16th,
IGth, 17th and 18th Sections of an Act ap?
proved March 1,1870, entitled "An Act pro?
viding for the gonornl elections and tho man
nor of oonduoting tho same,".
This writ, together with a Certified copy of
your return of the election to beheld under
it, have before the Senate at its next mooting
after the election.
Witness, the Hon. A. J. Bansier, Prr?tdent of
Senate, at Columbia, 8. C., tbls fifth
[n. s.] day of Dooember. ba the year Of our
Lord, ona thousand eight hundred and
soventy-ono. A. J. BANSIER,
. President of Senato.
J. W?onnTjrpj'Cle'rk.pf Bchfcte.
AST Or?ng?bUig E?ws, Charleston News
and Courier copy nntil election and send bill
to President of Son ato._De? 6 14
?fOLD;" B?? BICE'S
WILL EXUiniT AT COLUMUIA
Tucaduy and Wednesday, Dec. IO and ?0.
AFTERNOON ANO EVEN INO.
INTRODUCING (he Grandest and Greatest
Ar?nio Entertainment ever presented in
America, embracing Gorgeous Military and
Civic Pageants, Tournaments, National
Grand Entres, Patriotic Tableaux Vivant,
Aboriginal Pampas. Scones aud Shifting Liv?
ing Pictures of Bewildering Bounty, and in?
troducing-the most ?complote Company of
celebrated artistes that has over been congre?
gated for Equestrian and Olympian Pastimes.
All the best features nf the Gymnasium.
Entertainments of - untold merit, under tho
immediate management of
OLD DAN RICE,
Who will moat positively appear at each ex?
hibition, in bis old time character ot the Na?
tion's Humorist, and introducing his Brute
Actoi s, tho WdrUi rohowned "Blind Horse Ex?
celsior, Jr.," Stephen A Douglas, and origi?
nal notorious Clown Mules, Pete and Barney.
I'nn ' caro'fuTfy' chosen
company aro tho renowned Fronch Clown,
The great Euglish Jester, mia
Pantomimo Clown, and Funniest of Foll -
THE GREAT NELSONS.
Tho wonderful Sensation Rare-bael; and
IP". //. MORGAN.
MISS LIZZIE MARCELLUS,
Tho Queen of tho Arena.
FRA NK OA RI)NER,
Tho wooden ol Gymnast,
W. W. NICHOLS,
Au accomplished Equestrian of tho Old
And his Tronpo of Soven Educated Dogs.
Nothing over seen liko thom.
TUE INFANT WONDERS,
ARTHUR AND ROBERT,
Only six and seven years old, yet performing
a series of Death-Defying, Dual Flying Tra
pezo Evolutione and Mid Air Somersaults.
In their Great Classical Double Act,
W. G. MILES,
THEODORE TOURNA I RE,
MRS. JENNIE TREWOLLA,
Character Equestriennes, and a largo aux
illiaryforofrof diversified first class talon ?.
Exhibitions at 2 and 8 P. M. Doors open at
Land?. Admlaaion-AdullH, 75 couts. Chil?
dren, under ton yours, 25 rente.
Deo li ? . S, Ki CRANE, Agent.
Clear and HarmUii aa Water.
'S! ? TT *'*r *" fl?ww?T ' TUOiinuVBY
flailOilB VA? J. U JL u-u vavwvt ZS!
.F0? 77/# HAIR.
?PERFECTLY ?lear proration In ono
bottle, a? easily applied ?? water, for rt>
lng to Gray Hair ita "natural 'uol?r and
youthful appearance; to eradicate and pre
vont dandruff; to promote the growth ol ttio
Hair and ?top its falling out. If iVB?riaEi.Y
HAniixaas and perfectly free. Uom-,*Mt*ck>iou-x
one substance, and will therefore take tho
pl?oe of ail the dirty and uuploasant prepara?
tions now in nee. Numerous. testimonials
have been eent ne from many ot our moat
prominent cltizons. In everything in wbioh'
the articles now in uso are objectionable
Crystal Dlsoovory is perfeot. It is warranted
to contain neither Sugar of Lead. Sulphur'or
Nitrate of Silver. It does not soil tho clo theo
or scalp, is agreeably perfumed'ahn makes
one of the best dressings for the Hair in uso.
It restores the color of the Hair "moro per?
fect and uniformly than any other prepara?
tion," and always does so in from three to ton
days, virtually feeding the roots of the Hair
with all the nourishing qualities neoossary to
it? growth and healthy condition; it restores
the deoayed and induoes a new growth of the
Hair more positively than anything else. The
application of this wonderful discovery also
produces a pleasant and cooling effoot on the
scalp, and gives tho Hair a ploaaing and ele?
gant appearance. _
We call espocial attention to tho faot that a
limited number of small trial bottles can be
had by those wishing to try it. You will no?
tice, that in pursuing this course, our aim is
to con vin co bv the actual merits of tho article.
AUTHUR NATTAN8, Inventor and Proprr
etor, Washington, D. C. For salo in Colum?
bia by Dr. C. H. M IGT, and Druggists gene?
rally. Nov 21 Tl.v
THE undersigned has takon up
a position near his old stand, on
_Main street, and 1B again prepared
to supply his customers with good LIQUORS,
dioico WINES, etc. LAGER on draught.
HEGAUS and TOBACCO of host quality; The
RESTAURANT will furnish OYSTERS and
other substantials iu season. Sohweitker Case
at all times. A. STORK.
Nov 3 3mo
Read! Read!! Read!!!
STATE 8AP1T0L RESTAURANT.
Near corner Main and Bridge S?rcete.
GFSbfa? OYSTERS in evory stylo
^wAflBr Roasted, Stowed, Er ic d and
'^.r Broiled. Good Liquors, fiuo
Winoa,'importc d Cigars.
N. B. Privato SUPPER ROOMS.
. FRANKLIN A FINE.
The Kxohange House.
(^5v\ ATWELL kLown as "the place"?jD.
NXJjj?p'whore tho beat of drinkables HU?
v-^lSr and eatables aro furnished, is WM
In the 'full tido of prosperity. The whole
house has been pnt in per feet order, and tim
proprietors guarantee that guests san obtain
all tli j delicacies of the season-OYSTERS.
FISH, GAME. etc.
Oct 12 PAY8INOER & FRANKLIN.
Oysters in Every Style.
rrT^t f~\ WY Restanrantie in order for the
winter eeusou,and OYSTERS and
xSBS^ othor Refreshments will be furnish?
ed at short notice. "How will you have them
-fried, roasted or stowed?" G. DIERCKS.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
?JD? IS once more opon to tho public, under
ami thu superintendente of Mr. lt. BARRY.
Wm The reputation of the house will bo kept
np.' August 31
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Street, near Blain.
^SV^SSL^sj NOW on hand a.ud daily re
kU*?*'?jyj?^Jceiving fioni the mauufac
jfi ' i I ^'^TSI 1111111 "r ^ew York. Boston,
^gtrwiil IU I ?ir Cincinnati and Louisville^ho
J?T^rT~^3 largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE evur kept in this market, cousini mg
in part of Walnut Parlor. Chamber and Din-'
ins-Room Snits; 200 Uedateadn of diff?rent
parteros, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celobrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTHfthHES made to oi dor.
UPHOLSTER INO and REPAIRING dono at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms cash and Goods cheap. Oct 30
n^r\f \ INDIAN CLAY PIPES, for
o\J\J\-S salo low to dealers.
NOV 23 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OK COLUMBIA. S. C.
Present ?apital. $l60,00p.
Ml THOU. CAPITAX., . ?OO.OOO.
John B. PalmVr, Preaident.
A. G. Brenbter, Cashier. '
C. N. G. butt, AMl?t*iH OM bier.
. ^raaaoTsraAu q uv.
J. Eli Gregg, foto?MM J% W* Mollee,
ter, lt. li. ?ouu, or.?JLS, Benn A Son,- G. W.
Beardeu, of CopelandaBeat dori: B. L. Bryan,
of-Bo an A MoGiir<t?r?^J^."?wa?eld, of B.
A W. G. aw arnold..IV? ti > Tv.? * Tl
TE.W. MnMaater, Boliqifor.
(HIB Bank ia now open tor the transaction
of a general banking business.
Ozn-ruiOATBS 'or DEPOSIT or-currency or
coin, bearing interest at the rate or seven (7)
per cont, per annum, in kind, wUi be issued.
Deposits from County Officer? espepisUy'so
lioited; also, from' Trustees, AdminUirator?,
Executor?, Professional Men, and others.
Partiomar attention: ?Ten - to aoooonts of
Oit]/ and Country Merchants, and otber busi
nesB men, and tho usual accommodations .ex?
Note?, Bill? of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of <debt discounted, and money loaned
on collator als. 1*1 ..MCI r
Stocks, Bonds, O old, Silver bought and told?
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
Hight Drafts drawn direct on ail the promi?
nent plaoos in England, : Ireland, : Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Rutland, 'Den?
mark and the Orient. ' Letters offJredU issuod,
I ay able in any of the above places-'
Drafts on all' the- promiuciu cities in thc
United States bought and sold.
Banking House opposite-Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 3._. ' '. Feb 28 ly
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
?pr ow' .> i .
. ? ? > ' . *
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
IN TE li KMT ALLO WED AT TBE RATE ol
SEVEN FEB CENT. FEB ANNUM.
ON CERTIFICATES OF.DEPOS1T,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERT SIX
MONTHS ON ACCOUNTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John ii. Palmor. Viou-Preaidout.
A. G Brunner, Cashier.
J. H. .Sawyer, Assistant Cashier, i
charge of itrauchoa.
John O. Ii. Smith, Assistant Cashier
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has
kell, F. W. MoMaster, John P. Thomas, E. H
Heini tah, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. OrugR
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Hu Hodge, Oh arlee ton.
Daniel lt a vu nm, Jr., Charles toi,
tfMeohanics, Laborera, Chirks, Widowo, Ul
phana and others may itero deposit their ?av
inga and draw a liberal rate of i it tarent there
on. Planters, Professional Mon and l'ruatee
wishing to di aw interest on theil tunda uut
they roquire thorn for business or other pm
poaoa; Parents desiring to sot apart ama
tums for their children, and Married Wome
and Minora (whose doposita can only ne witt
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, b
their legal representatives,) within* to la
aside funds for futuro use: are here tfiforde
an opportunity of depositing their meat
where thoy will rapidly accumulate., and, a
the samo time, be anbject to withdrawalwho
-I /-\/^a DOZEN AXES.'
JLVJV-/ 4d balea Bagging.
2U0 bundles Arrow Tu s.
20 dozou Railroad Shovels.
200 pairs Trace Chains.
Just received and for aa'u at lowest mark(
prices. LOB1C K. A 1.0 W H AJ? C F..
Pickles, Fruits and Vegetables.
"1 PA DOZKN, in glaaa and caua, of th
L'_jV ' choicest kinda, aa follows: En gi is
Pic?alili and Chow Chow; California Apricot
and Bartlett Fear?; Pine Apples, fresh Peach
es, Plums. Strawberries. Tomatoes, Orce
Corn, Asparagus, Hpanlsh Olive?, Oapen
Worcester Sauce, French and English Mm
tard, Dessicated Cocoanut, Chocolate Past?
Essence Coffeo, Ac; all frosh and for vale lo
for caah._E. HQ PK.
. >/\/"\e-BARREL8 of LIME, for sale low b
?VJVJ JOHN AGNEW & SON.
mil RES VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLES are offered by thu Sulphuric Acid and Snperphos
X ipbato Company of Charleston, 8. C., viz:
A complete Manure, adapted to Cotton, Crain and Tobacco, being thu well-known article
heretofore offered at tho vury high grade of fifteen per cent. dissolved Rone Phosphate of
Lime, with tho addition, aa heretofore, ofPeruvian Guano, Amnion i a and Potaoh. Price
i'tTi per ton, if paid ou or before the lst'?f April next, and f CO pox tony payable lat November,
1872, without interest
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
A now ai tide of tho saino high grado of Soluble Phosphate, compounded with the cle?
ments of Cotton Seed in euch a manner as to insure ono of the best Fertilizers for Cotton
and Grain, at a lower price than tho Etiwan Guano. Price ? Ki per ton, if paid on or before
the lat, of April next, titi per ton, payable November 1st, 1872, without interest.
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE.
Averaging from eighteen to twenty percent.ot Dissolved Done Phosphate, and thus enabling
tho planter, by composting, to obtain two tons of hall that grade at a saving of une hnlj
cont and freight. Price (.15 per ton, if paid on or beforo tho 1st of April next; $10 pur ton,
payablo 1st November, 1R72, without interest.
TAKE NOTICE-That alt these Fertilizers aro ?of tho highest grade oj Soluble Phosphate,
and must holp for moro than ono year. |
WM. C. BEE & GO., General Agents, Oharieston, S. 0.
li. O'NEALE tO HON, Agents at Columbia, S. C. Deo 10 f3mo
ffl STM MIT! OMMA.
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
PROPERLY- apnreuiatiug tho necessity of fostering tho planting interest nf the South,
resolved 1? the ont sot tn offer their fertilizers ata price which would place them
within tbs reach of every planter. They oller their
! '. " * f f \ ' ' . I ! ',.j ; :
A complete. Aimil mist?d Fertilizer, at t4S oath,'or $50 uti a credit tu tho lat of November
next, M uh.approved eily accept ance, 'ibo
For composting with Cotton Seed or Stahl?) Manure, is now odored at tho very low price of
#23 cash, or $?IO on crodit. as above. This is highly recommended by planters who used it
last vesr to their enure satisfaction. WM. KAVEvKL, President,
J. D. AIKEN,
Gouural Agout, No. 5 Contra! Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
J. M RDAKELY, Agent at Columbia, S. C. Doo 10 |8mo
STRAUS <SL BRO.
Is the place where you can buy
The Best and the Cheapest
CLOTHING AND GENTS' F ll H i\ 1S1 II N G GOODS,
WE aro now propnrcd to exhibit ono of the most choioo and select Stocks ovor offorod in
this market, and
At Astonishing Low Frioes.
Our motto is "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS." Oot 8
HUT WWI HHS! '
) IITT ?H : . -r otlittf?a^^^ full atsortsnent ol
^?S?fl?-^ 8ugati(?"C0ff?6j^Bl?,.a?w* ?na L*gu?jr?; Teas ot all kinda;
r^??*8Ss^ Ohwla^^pm.flplflM.WpWoe. Baus*? .od Table Droaelng.
^^a^^Sm^^f of a)lklpd?^n??e?odptlon?. Chee.t-fcap-Ssgo, lactoiy, Pine
^jg^M ^S'lWI flock V?tbtb?it Inaniso!
|13p5 PAMlJiY FLOUR,
??^fl-VS^r^flfchlX In barral? ?nd packagte, con*is'ing Ju part vf Nonpareil, Madison
SWs?-Z2?r&*^ aud Highland. Aleo, Gatrueal, Pearl GrlM. Hominy, Coru, etc.;
r*?!**^' ' Table anVuvcrp?orBaltyBhooit ?no Cr^?r? brail kinds, Eng
Hah and American. Potatoes, Onions and other Vegetable?1 tri4>al*nily"MI hand lo ?apply
retail trude.' A fall supply nf all kinda of EANCY ?OAPK, including Colgate's best toilet,
and th-iw/?r flomestiofpjtf doses. Canned Gooda, q?ev.?ry, deacfjptit n. Jehu s and Preserves,
beet fam ly Butter, Lard; Mqlaeees of ?ll gr^es.^aV.Banie.Dihd Beef. Tongno , Bacon
Strips, Bellies and Sides. Alfty.'?; foll assortment dr FISH, ltrcluding best Ko. I and Meas
Mackerel, tYnd HrnoXed and Trckted'Salmon, etc. Particular atti ntl? li in in\it?d loom full
stock of.' ' 1 ? _
m. I Q TJ O R s,
Embracing tba beet branda, foreign and domestic, lo be found 11 m
in tho marker, CHAMP AGNES of al) p?pular brauda; thoora, gfTlWtwM A ?"
Madolra, Port aud Catawba Wines of all kinda, and Billers 'i-f Mi 1 1 flgH !
OTery grade ?'Also, English, Scotch and Br? nun ALEb, ot the ^jWmjUA?W?^
following-bmiMli': McRvteh's Tdiiir A'Kona', Yoting? r's, ric, etc, IM jBO^J?^*gg|^^/__
Especial ?attention is ; caller! ' lo our MUNOGbAM and utter|>^ii|AB PPTp
WHISKEY^;!hu beaten lb?-marktt for tumily use or medkdnal ?Mfla>|S^MBKa^?)
purimsea'. vA'eo, to our'.J^A^niES, iuoludi) gtho bent Biveit Wit UMB^C^L^K^J
Pelfevorao?, "Larroutnr FrV-ycoRnsr; vfuHpo of 1805 Alto, f^^^fJ^MHP WM J
GIN 'S, Palmetto and Rw?u-?i-aiiA?/J A ll itupoi I? d aud warrenltd '^'Sgm?m&riZf&fr1
Sued. Aleo, we'have t-ntliand S rhll Ht?Wk vf choiceC1GABB and ? Ui^mC^T^ . t
HEWING TOBACCO,, B?jg< v'aFiua Cut, ac- A suck of BAGGING and COTTON TIES,
and other arfipfes' lor iih^taCitrn'ubO1. . du fact, everylhing heeded or fb be f unod in a fi rat
claaa GrdcVry Store, and^t'mfr'ckto Sdil thc timi?- Wo warrant our goods Aratela*?, und
invito an in-pootiou of 'fWenr. o ?0 ""' ' HA BD Y SOLOMON,
Oct6]ria:fjff, rr.*."?. Columbi? Hotel Block.
The G h arl?ston Ch arit able iksso ci at ion
" ' For the Benefit of the
? FREE SCHOOL FUND.
Incorporated by Act of Assembly, 1870. Approved March 6, 1371.
Second Grand Single Number Raffle and Distribution Awards.
Awards of United States Qold Bonds, Diamonds, Gold Watches, Jewelry, &c,
For thu li cu cfit vf the Freo School Fond, will take place on
BA1VRUAY, UKO K 91H E lt 23, 1871,
At No. 117 Ueeting street, Charleo tun. B. C , st 1 o'clock P. M., in public
CERTIFICATE SHARES ONE DOLLAR!
8?HKDU1.K OF AWARDS.
Ono Award of a set ot Diamond Ear-Biuga and breastpin-the Diamonds are large and
of the purest water. AUo,a large Huh taire Diamond Bing, and a pair of very heavy
Gold Bracelet H , nith Tassels-de'bignate'l at No. 1 in the a warda, valued ?t....$2,500
Ouo Award nf ono net of Diamond Ear-King* and Breastpin, large and pure Brilliants,
richly Bet- designated aa! No. 2 in th? ?warda, valued at.1,250"
One Award or ono act of Diamond Ear-Uiaga and Breastpin, large Brilliants-desig?
nated aa No. 3 in -the awards, valued' at. . .-.1,000
Ono Award of one ?et of Diamond Ear-Li og* aud Breastpin-designated aa No. 4 in the
awards, valued at. .;..:.:.1,C00
Ouo Awaid of ono iaigo Diamond Croea Breaatpin, large Diamonds- designated aa No.
5 in tho awarda, valued at..'..........'. 800
ODO Award rich Cluster Diamond King-designated aa No. 6 in the awarda, valued at.. 400
One Award Cluster Diamond Biog, set oval-designated aa No. 7 in ?wards,|v?lned at.. SOO ,
Ono Award of a Gentleman's Diamond (Hunter Breastpin, large Diamond in centre
designated ns No. 8 in the awarda, valued at... 700
One Award of single atone Diamond Hing-designated ?a No. 9 in the ?wards,valued at 100
One Award nf a Lady's Gold Watch, witt) splendid Gold Oper? Chain and Tassels-d??
sign?t* d as No. id in the awarda, valued at. 300
i Ono Award of a Lady's Ortld Watch and heavy Gold Opera Chain-designated as No. ll
i in the awarda, valued at ...i....:...;. 250
. Ouo Award nf & Lady's Gold Watch and large Gold Chain, with Tassels-designated '
' aa No. 13 in the awarda, valued at... .. 200
. One Award of a Lady's Gold Watch and lar,;e Oper? Chain, Tasseled-designated ?a
1 No. 13 in thu awards/valued at..'.. 200
i One Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch, ?tem winder, timing fifth and quarter se
; conda, made by Jergeuaon, ono of the hear timing'Watches in the United Btatea,
i with massive Gold Chain-designtod.aa N?> 14 in the awards, valued at.. 700
One Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watch, stem winder, with large Gold Chain-desig?
nated aa No. 15 iu tho awarda, valued at.. 300
One Award of a Gentleman'* Gold Watch; stem winder, ?nd massive Gold Chain-de?
signated aa No. 10 in tho awards, valued at..;; ...I. 300
One Award of a Geutleman'a Largo Gold flinting Watch, made by Tobias, with massive
Gold Chain - designated aa No. 17 in tho awarda. valued at. 300
One Award or a Oondeman'* Gold Watch, atom winder, with heavy Gold Chain- desig?
nated ?a No. 18 in tlie awards, valued at.'..!.. 300
Ono Award of ouo aol of.Solid MtlVvr Bpoona and Forks-designated as No. 19 in the
awarln valued at .:.'.'. 200
One Awiird of one Triple-Plat cd Toa Set eu White Metal, large Plated Waiter, one pair
Fruit Ktatids, and one pair Cako Baakota-designated aa No. 20 ia ?warda, valued at 200
20 Awards, each of $50 United StptoH Geld Bouda, new iasne, valued at. 1,000
(JO Awarda, each or one-fourth' of ? $100 (mid Bonds, United Slates,' new issue, valued
each at $25...'...'.. 1.:...'..VJ?V. 1,500
All the above award* can bo examined at the offices of the Association, Na. 147 Meeting
street, Charleston, 8. C. All tim Diamonds are of tho purest quality, and are large and
, mounted in the Intent style, and have 'been expressly imported by Messrs. Larmour A Co.,
Jewelers, Baltimore. Maryland, fur tho Association, and the valuea named aro just at mar?
ket pricea. Tho Ladiea aro respectfully requested to' call and examine those beautiful gooda.
Hcmtinbtr, every Awaiti mml be lJUlrlbuled.oat Hie Daly of th? Maa1* *?
Trie nliov? A wu ni? to be DUtrlbuteit In Gold Bouda, Ula monti?, Watcliea,
Jewelry, ?kt-. , In Conformity to'daw'.
CK li Tl FW A1 ES ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
Dec 3 For all Ordere, addreaa L. T. LEVIN, Columbi?, 8. C.
Thc BroQWyn &ijfe Insurance Company,
OK IV KW YORK.
Faid Up Cash Capital and Assets Two Millions Dollars,
CHltlKTlAN W. BOUCK. President. i W. M. COLE, Secretary.
W. H. WALLACE, Vitr?-President. I D. F AUKS FACKLE lt. Actuary.
OFFICE NO. 14L ll HOAD WAY, NEW YORK.
JOHN E. BACON, AV. P. BU Tl.EB, General Agents ?nd Managera for South Carolina ?nd
Augusta. Georgia'. '
AK General Agents, we take pleasure in prc*cntirjg thia well known ?nd responsible Com
pahy to tlie public, and in recommending it asjtrsj etas? in everyway. We might ?dd
much more di thia HubJc'cV, but, boiug'lntet^bted as ita Agtnts, prefer to apeak thronph dis
! fnthrettetlpatiieti. Therefore, lead and dlgeat the following notices-among many others
front both Northern and Southern p?pert, as lo tho virtues of this Company: -
There ia no better company in the land. A comparison with other corporations of ? ninii
lar character will convince all of the nuperh.rtc/ety in taking risks with tue Brooklyn Life.
[<A)!uvihur, Ga., Sun, January 27.18C9.
The Brooklyn Lire has placed itsell in the vanguard of Insurance reform, oiid ia the first
company that has done full justice to. the insured, Ac.
* . ' [TnKurance Times, New York, January, 18G9.
Thia gi eat feature of cat-h anrrentier vnluea ia au imp?t tout improvement that eiguahzoa
the era Of insurance.-?A'fOi/;//* Sentinel, JV. C."
Thia plan-guaranteed *urr?Hider values-removes the sole objection existing to making
an application for iuoursnce. Eachp>$lU y hect-me* apiece of negotiable paper, as easily trans?
ferred^* a ?/obef4i?tent 6ond.-Rostl.u, Mais., l'ost, 18G9.
A polier in the Brooklyn Life is wmth so much in ready money. This is tho only life com?
pany that h?tr cariicd llri8 exceitent feirtnre Into bnainesa.
IDitpatch. St. Louis, Ho., January 7,18C9.
We call especial attention to I h io diatiuctive aud advantageous featnre nf guaranteed sur?
render value, particularly characteristic of the Brooklyn Life. And also to the fact that
there arc no clavara io the Brooklyn Life: all la.ro alike, whether from the North. South, Eaet
or Weet. Alco, we direct tho attention' of thc public to the fact that policies can be obtained
in thia CompHiiy, owing to ita cnrelnl manrfgenif nt aud superior advantages, at lower rate?
than in any other company of cqualr?uk ?rtdaftlvency in America
5-.Y ' BACON A BUTLEB, General Agenta.
Office above Dr. Fiahtr'a Diug Blore, Columbia, B. C., and at Edgtfield Court Honae.
lteliahlo ag( ute wanted in evtry tl/Wn ai d Cf unt> in the State, and alto in tho city of Au
guata, to v. hom liberal comiuitaiona wil\ bo paid. Nov 4 3mo
^^ Tla?B s^
FOR THE PROMOTION OF IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH, '
BUTLER C??APWI?K, 0&JLY & CO., Agents,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A aeries of CON? Kil l's will be given nnderftbe ?uaplcra off Hie
Sdi TH CAIIOLIXA STATE AlilllCILTI ?AL AM) HECIUMCAL SOCIETY,
AT THE A CA I) KM y OF MUSIC, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
COMMENCING January 8, 1872, ?t which Drawings will take placo ?nd distributiona made
to Ticktt Holder* of the entire
ACADEMY OF MUSIC RUILDING AT CIIARLESION, S. O.,
And cash iu various amounts, making in all
2,4bv5 Gifts, Sstf^nated at $5QQ,O??.
150.000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AT $6 EACH.
All orders nineth confidential. For'references and full particulars aend for Circulars.
The Dr IL -M ng of thia Great Southern.F-iHtrpritto will be conducted under the superviaion
of Gie following well k imwnOentlom'on: 1
Gen. A li. VV BIG FIT; of Georgia. ' " Col. B. H. BUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Gen I?HADLEY V. JOHNSON, of "Virginia. Hon. RoOElt A. PBYOB, o? New York.
Itemittanro can ho made to ns, and the Tickets will be Bent by return mail by
lllJTLKll, OH A DIV I CK, OAKY Ot CO., Charleston. B. V.
OIN M. C. BU I LEK. JOHN CHADWICK. GKN. M. W. GABY
Tickets can he procured of D. GA MB BI LL A CO., Colnmbia, & C. Nov 14
GRAND PRIZE DISTRIRUTION !
miCKETKto tho Concerts of tho SOUTH CABOHNA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO?
CIATION ready for salo and delivery. All ordora from tho country promptly filled. Agents
wanted for the Counties of Laucaater, Lexington, Spartanburg, Greenville, Abbeville, Ooo
ooo and Pickuns. Apply to D. GAMBBILL A CO.,
Juno G General Agents, Columbia, 8. C.
American Club Fish.
lf?5?& A DELICIOUS rehab: bolter
and much cheaper than Hard in rn. For sale
by ' h. HOPE.
COTTON SEED R?FINED OIL, by the gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaaas, pint? ?nd
quarts. For salslow. E. HOPE.
Change of Schedule.
WUJOKOTO?, OOLOMBU * 40?W R. B. Co.
^ix^nssTOs, ?. C., AxiGrrr ?. iS71.
HT: wm tWS?ft?ft^ AFTER this date tb?
?y B|jHK5PBgfoUow?DB schedule ?ill
be THU by trains on thia road:
... DAT KEP ABBS TEA IM [DAU.T.1
Leave Wilmington [Union Depotl 8.50 A. M.
Arrive ai Florence.-2:12 4r Sr
Arrive at'fflnisville."?f? ?.
Leav? ?nj?vlUe. ?.10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. M <* F- M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 6.80 P. M.
M10 HT BXPBES8 THAIN, BUH PAT ?XOBPTBD.
Leave Wilmington".;7.^7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 1.84 A. M.
Arrive at Kinn?ville. 6 40 A. M.
Leave Kingsville. 8.45 P. M.
Airiveat Florence. 11.06 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 6-60 A. M.
A?H 9 JOH? O. WINDER, Qen'l Bup't.
~~ 0hange of Sciiadulo.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. It. CO ,
COMPASS BnoFS, N. O., Jone 8,1871.
fTS tan DMMMt? ON and *4U* SUNDAY,
s???5W? J = ue 4, 187?. TRA!NB will
be run over tb ia Road in accordance with the
following TIMETABLE. *
Trains Going East. Train? West.
A H ni VE. LEA VB. A KB IVB. Li KA VB.
Charlotte 5.85 a m 8.10 p m
Salisbury 8.03 a m 8.28am 5.28 pm 6 80 pm
.Gr'nsb'oll.Obamll.lSam B.25pm 8.35 pm
Co8bopl240pm 1.05 pm 9.66 p m 10?16 p m
SUlsb'ro 2.28pm 2.88pm 11.85 p m 11.37 p m
sleigh 5.05 pm 2.05 am 2.40 am
Q?ldsboro 7*20 a m ?
Cnarlotte7.16am 8.00 pm a
Salisb'ry 4.82am 4.37 am 5.16 pm 5.20 i4fr
Gr'u?b*o 1.25am 1.35am 3.10pm 2.20pm
Co Shop ll 37 pu 12.02 am 12.30 pm 12.50 pm
HillHbrolO.n7pml0.00am 11.07 a m 11.10 a ni
Ualeigh 0.68r m 7.40 am 8:46 am
Ooldsb'o 8.00 pm "
Jane G W. H. ORKEN. Has. Trans.
Oreen ville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, ft. G., M A nen 1, 1871.
?SflBHil3BittUte , Pi>iKVd ..after tbi?
pp!PRaHEHK3Saad*w?v Cul. ndlo-ii-y
schedule wiirbe* Win d?ify, BflndUys excepted :
LoAveColnmbia at. 7 00 a. m.
" Alston.'.940 a. m.
" Newberry.1,1.16 a. tu.
" Ookesbury.3.GO p. m.
Belton. 8.00:p. m.
Arri va at Groen ville.? AO p.m.
Leavo Greenville at.6,10 a.m.
'"** Belt?nlV....I_*. 8,06 a. m.
..' ' Ookesbury.,10".07 a. m.
" Ab bu vii le.8.15 a. m.
*. Newberry.1.60 p.m.
" 'Abit?n.,. 4.05 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.65 p.m.
THOS. DODAMEAD, General Sop.
_M. T. BABTXBTT, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte. Colombia and Augusta ?. R
COLUMBIA, 8. C., August 4,1871.
[SwEBfflBBG ON and after SUNDAY
??S?V? fSmf '^'?RgDext.Cthinat., the follow?
ing Kheouie will be run over thia road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Augnsta....'. .8.26 A. M. 6.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia... ..8.09 A. M. 11.00 P.M.
Arrive Charlotte.2.16 P.M. 5.20 A.M.
Leave Charlotte.7.40 A. M. 8.16 P. M.
Leave Columbia_1.57 P. M. 2.30 A. M.
Arrive AugUBta.6.60 P. M. 7 80 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Both trains make close con?
nection^) all points North, South and West.
Thresh tickets Bold and baggage obecked
to all principal points. Standard t imo-Wash?
ington City timo, 16 minnies fatter than thin
city. E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
?. R. DOBSEY, Pen. Freight and Tioket Agent
Change of Schedule.
SOOTH OAIIOLINA RAILROAD COWFANT,
COLUMBIA, H. C.. June 9, 1871.
fy? wn PMM Tsrrr.it . Change of Schedule
HSKHBS t? KC lula effect on
ann"after ?-?uday, 11th iustaut:
^9AIL AND PAHR I NO yu THAIN.
Leave uoJumbm St. 7 40 a m
Arrive at Cha rle? ton .At. .3.20 p m
Leave Charleston at. .8.20 a m
/ rrive at Columbia at. 8.40 p ni
NIOHT EXPRESS, FBElOBT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [Sundays excepted;}
Leave Columbia at. .7.68 p m
Arrivo at Charleston at..6.46 am
Leave Charleston at.7.10 pm
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 a m
Oamden Accommodation Train will eon
tinue to run to Columbia as formerly-Mon?
days, Wed o end av H and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
8. B. PICEINB. General Ticket Agent.
Schedule on Slue Ridge.Railroad.
i-1TnrnBra>P Leave Anderson.64)0 P. M.
.~wmmr -" Parryville.7.46 "
Arrive at Walhalla. .8.30 "
Leav? Walhalla.8.45 A. M
.V Perryville. 4.30 '
" Pendleton.5.30 "
Arrive at Anderson.6 HO "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 2 W. H. D. GAILLARD. Sup,
Sommer Schedule 8, & U. R. R.,
?ga^aag DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
*-l?r . SHf* Arrive. Leavo. Ari ive. Leave.
Spartan burg.. 6 30 5.23*
batoaville. 6 DO 6.00 4 C8 4.63
Piqpolet. G 08 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonss'villc. G.4S (?.48 4 05 4.10
TJuiohville. 7 25 7 60 3 05 3.25
Saut no. B 20 8 25 2 BU 2.35
Fish Dam.. . 8.40 8 45 2.10 2.16
Shelton. 9.15 9 20 1.85 1.40
LyleB' Ford... 9.40 9 45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.50 12.66
Alston. ll 00 12.00
May -24 THOS. B. JETER. President.
"Motte's Victoria Tonio Bitters."
Fur the. cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Diseases, General Debility,
and all Impur ?lies of the Blood.
THESE BITTERS have now dimly esta?
blished themHOlvrB in tho favor of the
public and tho medical profession. Prepared
from purely vegetable ingredients of acknow?
ledged efiicacy, their unrivaled and highly
tonic, stimulating aim prophylactic qualities
peculiarly adapt them to all caf?s of General
Debility, Nervous Prostration of tho Sys?
AB an excitant of the appetite and a whole?
some sid tu the process of digestion, they
will be found to on very efnuanioua, while
their peculiar medical properties render ttiem
of unequaled value to those rubject to Chitin
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
Thees SitU-rs will be found niostwondtr
fully beneficial in all cases of Debility and Ir
regiilaiities of Females. Wheresoever intro?
duced, they become, a standard article-a
medicinal staple. Unlike the many noxious
?timntauts advertised, they brace and fortify
tin- system without exciting undue cerebral
action. They are without doubt the bent to?
lde and constitutional innovator ever offered
to the public. HO PTE ft TARRANT,
Manufacturera and Sole I'ronriet or?,
Newberry. 8. C.
Hold by E. n. HEJNITSU, Columbia, 8. C.
Oanned Goods! Canned Goods!
-J rr rv OASES fresh CANNED GOODS, last
IOU received, consisting in part se follows
Lim A beaus.
Cove and Spiced Oj uteri., Salmon, Lob?
sters, etc. For sale br
Veli_JOHN AGNEW A 8QN.
4 TUBS Virginia Valloy BUTTER,
-rkz 6 tubs Monntain Butter.
2 tubs Ano Goshen Butter.
All nioe and frosh and for sale LOW.
Oct 1 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
SPKCIAL, ATTENTION given to thoo ol
lection of Commercial Paper, Interest
on State and Railroad Ronds ana Stocks, and
Conversion of Stato Recant los, by" >
Nov 23 flinn L\ OAMBRILL, Broker.