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T H E PHC?NIX.
PUDtiTHItEp D AIL Y ?ND jlll-WBEKi* .
EVEBX WEDSEPDA* MOnWXRO. . " ... !} .
ay JUWAN A.WK?MY '
KDITOE ANO PBOraiETOIl. .< .
Office on Majn;|tr^t, ?tioy? Taylor.
?-Book and Job Printing of every do? orip
tioD promptly ?nd faithfully attouded to. rf
Inserted In tho Daily at 75 cents per squaro
for the first and 50 cents each subsequent in?
sertion. LOUR advertisements by tho week,
month or ye arv at reasonable rates. '
Daily, six m.onthB,: $4 00; Tri-Weekly,, a ?I ;
Weekly, 1 50. .' T ...
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Tired I K ...
Tired! of what? 1
Of the glitter abd glint,
And the buatlo and noise,
And the woe and the strife
Of tho hearts that are harder than flint?
Yes, tired Of life!
Weary of living-alone!
Tir'd of the world's loud din
Weary of living for aye
A lifo of Bini
Tired-so tir od of alli
Of the night-watch kept in the street,
With never a kind word said,
Nor a b lend to greotl
Tired, so tired of tho world
Of the battlo for broad
Of seeing all turn away.
With glances of droad,
From a Daughter of Sin-from Me,
In & faded bonnet,
In a faded gown of silk,
With laco upon it
With laco thal Some one gave,
Whoso honeyed smilo
Would have dragged a Peri down
With its hateful guile!
Woaryl What need to bo weary
And tired of Life,
When a' jump from the parapet yonder,
Would end tho strife!
A maddening, saddening cry
Through tho Summer night
A leap from tho Bridge of Despair
A face 80 white,
Upturned for a momont to Heaven
A pray'r half Bald
Next morning an inquisition
On a Girl Found Deadt
"You don't want any roots an' herbs,
do ye?" asked.a thin, starved looking
woman at our door one morning in early
spring. She carried an old basket on
her I arm, from which she had taken a
bundle of orowley, writhy, dried up,
twi8ted-abont sticks, that might have
been roots of anything-Latin verbs, for
instance-or that might have been the
remains of angle-worms dead of convul?
sions. They were not tempting, they
were not even appetizing in appearance.
"No-o;" we didn't think we did; not if
those were roots and herbs. Still this
was one of onr women we Baw in a mo?
ment; she was gaunt; she was hollow
eyed; she was pinched, soul and body,
we could see nt a glance. She had been
pushed and jostled and driven to the
wall evidently, until her whole appear?
ance and general air was an abject apolo?
gy for standing upon onr door-steps, or
indeed for presuming to stand at all in
onr august presence. Her old straw
bonnet ]ust touched her scant gray hair
as though it would say, "I really wouldn't
if I could help it." Her faded shawl
had shrunk in very shame almost out of
existence; her gown was only an apology
in itself, a faint one at that; but when
she spoke and her voice trembled-ah
me, it was easy, tolerably easy at least,
to hold ont until there came that quaver
in her voice. Weknewallabout.it. We
had been there, where just such quavers
were used, and we knew just how much
of sinking heart and faint hope, grow?
ing fainter, it meant. We had asked
favors once or twice in our own life,
when we hadn't so much as roots and
heros to offer, and we knew
"Of oourse you don't," she said, try?
ing to smile-os if she knew we didn't
nil the time and had only asked because
-oh because it was the fashion, or some?
body had seut her, or something-but it
was tho faintest smile you ever saw, aud
it ended in a sigh as she laid them back
in tho basket. "Only twenty-five cents,"
she added, as if it were a matter of no
importance, but still might as well be
mentioned. She made a pretence of
pulling the shawl around her-tho little
i shawl which uo amount of pulling power
I could have drawn together-watching
our faces with anxious eyes all the while.
We remembered the soap we had bought
once upon a time, that was to take the
spots out of a leopard, if need bo, and
that-didn't do it. Wo remembered the
bottle of tooth-wash that proved to be
cold water, and we tried to become a
Sphynx, or anything else that could
stand unmoved centuries orso. "Theo're
?so strengthening 1" she ventured timidly.
"You've no ideal" and wo hadn't. Not
one; but that our purse fairly screamed
in our pookets. "So strengthening for
the blood 1" she went OD, gaining cou?
rage. "You just Bteep 'em. You've no
?" lea how strengthening they are! Twenty?
mo cents for 'em all," and she gathered
? tho whole meagre contents of the
Tisket with her wrinkled, eager hands.
We took them. Wo should have taken
them if they had been alive and writh?
ing, and sho went off with a radiant face,
twenty-five cents aud an empty basket, g
"What in the worldl" ejaculated the
mother of tho family, when wo held up
our purchases to her astouished eyes.
"What is it?" "What is it?" wo repeated.
"It's health and strength, tho elixir of
life, the source of perpetual youth-it's
, sassafras!" You should have seen our
We didn't "steep 'om," wo hung them
high and dry before our eyes, where,
when wo wore tired-oh! of such little
things 1-and when we were tired-oh!
by such little trials!-we were reminded
of tho anxious-eyed woman, whose lifo
had seemed to hold only what was
ragged, and poor, and mean, and we
found them "strengthening!"
In thirteen years G22 murders have
been committed in New York city, and
tff this number, 155 have been by un?
A ?BEAT LEA^V-HT?B vafiWR vvTtf&r
?3yo that the contemplated leap of Mr.
Frank Thorn o from tbo now suBponsion
bxi^feo ^ i?iag?te>t,*114 'wilt ;*OB^bly
take plac?' oS/ls?t?^
August 13, nt 1 o'clock. He jumps:
from the centre - of the new: bridge, and
will descend.a distan?a ot. 105 feet. :By
actual experiment, it has been asc?rtain
ed that bodice of any material weight
will reach the water from the bridge in
less than five seconds. - A stone, weigh?
ing 200 pounds, descended in about
three seconds. An exploring canine
made the trip, head first, in a little over
five seconds. Another dog, of a more
progressive nature, probably made tho
trip in a lees time, but expired on the
Mr. Frank Thorne, tho young man
who is to make this perilous jouruey, is
a Buffalo boy, of about twenty-five years
of ago, of good stature, modest demeauor
and courageous disposition. Ho has
tried his hand at jumping moro than
onco, and always with success. A few
years since, he made a leap into the
Alloghany Biver, in Pennsylvania, of
about ninety feet. Ho has tested ins^
lungs, aud finds that he can holders]
breath for thirty seconds, which will
give him ample.time to reach tho water,
descend thirty feet, and cpuio up again.
The only difficulty that? experienced,
is the task of keeping himself upright in
the descent. If ho oan do that, and he
undoubtedly can for so short n time, his
success and the $10,000 he is to receive
"A JEWISH OPINION OF CHRIST.-The
learned Jewish Babbi, Dr. Isaac M. Wise,
thus concludes a recent lecture in Chi?
Jesus was a living reality, an enthusi?
astic and thorough Jewish patriot, who
understood fully the questions of the
age and tho problems of His people, and
felt the invincible desire to solve them.
There was no originality in His words.
His disciples estranged Him to the Jew.
His followers made of the cross tho sym?
bol of persecution. Therefore, the Jews
did not think of reclaiming Him, who
was actually theirs, their blood and their
flesh, mind from their mind, and intel?
lect from their intellect. He taught and
practised their law, their morals and their
wisdom, and felt their woes and addic?
tions. Ho longed to bo their Redeemer
and was crucified; He taught their doc?
trines, and was deified; He uufurled their
banner, and became the captain of n
mighty host. His martyrdom beenmo
the causo of a new era in the world's
They had to appoint a uew census
taker in a Buffalo district, because the old
ono spit tobacco juice on n red-headed
woman's carpet. He was carried home
on a dray.
i\ NEW DISCOVERY ! !
Salvation for the Hair.
CLEAR A^WATER !
\VITHOfc<tSEDIMENT ! !
For Restoring to Grn^Fiair its
PHALON'S "ViTALU^lifters ut?
terly from all th^iair coloring
It is l?w^?id, sweet smelling,
precufitates no muddy or slimy
matier,requires no shak i ng, i in?
part no stain to the skin. Hold
it toVhe light and it is clear and
cloudless. It leaves no mark on
the sclHpj yet it reproduces in
gray liaiNiienatural color that
time or siclh^iisrnay have
bleached out of it^^^^
is for one sole purpose^Jnat ot'
reproducing,with absolute cer?
tainty, the naturaliKnor of the
hair. It is ncd^intended as a
daily dressio^rior for removing
scurf or JrindrurT; nor for cu?
ring Daffiness; nor for stimula?
ting tie growth of the hair.
Thes| objects may be accom?
plish?! after the color has been
fixed Vith the Vitalia, by Pha?
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo?
THE ViTALT^!*it a harmless
and unequaled preparation for
the reproduction of ?ie origi?
nal hue of gray hair,alid noth?
ing else. This is accomplished
in from two to ten anplications,
according to thed^th of shade
required. Sgliroyall druggists
Fulton Market Pickled:Beef J
Picklod Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for sale by
Mardi 8_E. HOPE.
Creme lie La Creme.
100 F?O?S^ YCRY 8UPERIOR FAMILY
200 barrels low,priced and medium qualities.
For aale low by " " EDWARD HOPE.
Thirsty people, go to Pollock's.
tange House -Sar and Restaurant.
OPEN at all hours-where. yon Catt al Way ii
find the bott orWINEQ, ALES, LIQUORS,
OIQABB.&o. Fr?ab lagerjeer on iee.
TIREE months from .date, Application ; will
be made to tho Columbia Bridge Corhpa
cy for renewal of 8crip No.--,'for forty
aoven and a half Shares in s&id Company,
Btanding in the' name of Dr.-Thbtmis W?lhv^
the original having been lost in transmission
by mail.' C. H. BALDWIN, Attorney/
"The Carolina House."
THIS HOUSE has always enjoyed the repu?
tation of being tho beat place in the city
for obtaining tho cooleet and most delicious
mixed drinks. The new brand of Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something ont of tho
ordinary run. Gall and sec mc, on Washing?
ton street. RICHARD BARBY,
To the Travelinfc^blio. W
IF you want a Fin^LarRe, Airy ROOM,
stop at tho EXCHANGE HOUSE, on Main
Btreet, where you can get a good Meal at tho
regular timci * If you aro busy and not thero
at Meal times, you can order it when you
como, without extra charge.
RATES, per day, $2.50; per week, less.
Instables on tho premises.
PAISING ER & FRANKLIN,
TO encourage the coneumption of the genu?
ine unadulterated CALIFORNIA CHAM?
PAGNES, wo have reduced the prices of tho
same to tne following low prices for cash only,
Quarts, per Caee of 1 Dozen, $13.00.
Pints, per Caso of 2 Dozen, 14.00.
Sparkling Angelica, per caso of 2
Dozen, Pinta. 11.00.
Sparkling Catawba, per case of 2
Dozen, Pints, 14 00.
Together with a full assortment of Choice
Ryo Whiskies, Genuine Otard Brandies, Old
Port, Sherrv and Madeira Wines, Holland Gin,
Rum, and Rectified Liquors, which aro con?
stantly on hand and for salo at low figures, by
July 0_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
"EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
Successor lo Fisher & Heinitsh.
Druggist and Apothecary,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE aubscribcr, having purchased tho
.interest of Dr. John Fisher, desires to
LCannounco that ho will continuo tho
DRUG BUSINESS, at tho old .Btand, and as
suuio tho entire management, assisted by Mr.
Huon ROLANO WiLTBEnoEn, a son of thc late
Dr. J. R. Wiltberger. of Charleston, a youug
' man, correct and reliable, and of promising
ability in bia profession. To tho friends and
patrons of tho old firm, to whom tho sub?
scriber feels under obligations for favors
shown, ho returns his acknowledgments and
In taking chargoof thc business, boassuros
his friends and the public that no effort will
bo spared, on bis part, to sustain tho high
character and well-known reputation of tho
old bouao. By assiduous and unremittcd in?
attention, personal supervision in tho com?
pounding of medicines and tho preparation of
Physician's preemptions, ho hopes to scccrc
a continuance of those favors hitherto BO
liberally and generouslv bestowed.
E. H. HEINITSH,
July 1_Drnggiat and Apothecary.
"THE LIFE IS THE BLOOD."
FROM it wo dorivo our strength, beauty and
mental capabilities. It is tue centre of
our being, around which revolves all that
ni uk es existence hu "py. When this eonrce is
corrupted, the paintul effects are visible in
many shapes, prominent among which is
This is a taint or infection of thc human
organism, and probably no ono is wholly free
from it. It exhibits itself in various shapes
as Ulcers and Sores, Decayed Bones. Diseased
Scalp, Soro Eyes, Weak and Diseased Joints,
St. Vitus' Dance, Foul Discharges from the
Nostrils. Eruptions, Glandular Swellings,
Throat Affections, Rheumatism, Heart Affec?
tions, Nervous Disorders, BarrenneeH, Disor?
ders of tho Womb, Dropsy, Syphilitic Affec?
tions, Liver Complaint, Salt Rheum, Dyspep?
sia, Neuralgia, Loss of Manhood and General
It has been tho custom to treat these di?
seases with Mercury and other Mineral sub?
stances, which, though sometimes producing
a euro, oiteu prove injurious, and entail mise?
ry in after lifo. Tho long known injurious
properties of these so-called alteratives and
purifiers has ltd the philanthropical mau ol
science to explore tho arena of nature, tho re?
sult of which htti" been the discovery of vege?
table products which pos?t* the power of
eradicating these taints from iho Blood.
Is a blessing. Try it fairly, and your nerves
will be restored to their wonted vigor, and
your di jecled countenance be made radiant
With thc consciousness of
Being free from violent minerals, it is
adapted to general use. Tho old and young
may use it; the most delicato femalo at anv
time may take it: the tender infant, who may
havo inherited diseaee, will be cured by it.
. ??- ?
For Purifying the Blood,
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA
When need in the Spring, it removes all
humors which infest the system, and ba?
nishes the languor anti debility peculiar to
that season of the year.
It acts promptly on thc
LIVER AM) KIDNEYS.
Producing a healthy action of the important
organs by which all the impurities e>f thc sys?
tem aro carried oft', and the result is
Kot Disease* piodin iel liy the use of
Mercury, uuil fur Syplilllx, willi il? train
nf evils, till? compound In lite <iuly sure
To thc poor creature, enfeebled in mind and
body, by secret practices, whe>se nerves are
unstrung, and countenance down-cast,
Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Ia tho acknowledged antidote to all Blood
Diseases. By its nee thc aftlictioDs above
enumerated can bo permanently banished,
Source-Ute Centre of Life-the Blood,
bo maintained in all its purity and vigor.
A Clear Skin, Good Appetite, Buoyant Spirits.
WM. H. TBTT & LAND,
And sold by Druggists everywhere.
POLLOCK'S.-Meals furnished at all
FOR cleaning WiudowB, without water; re?
moving Stain a from Marble ind Faint;
polishing Knives, no scratching; washing
Dishes, scrubbing Floors, Floor Cloth, Tables,
Bath Tubs, Ac.; polishing Tin, Brass, Iron,
Copper and Steel Waree; removing Gums, Oil,
Rust and Dirt from machinery. Indispensa?
ble for House Cleaning, and nil uses, except
washing clothes, lt costs but a few cents,
and is sold by all good Grocery, Drug and No?
tion Stores. Wholesale by all dealers ::.
Charleston. ,_._April 20 -Hy
JAMBS CONNER'S SONS
Type and Electrotype Foundry
Nos. 28, 30, 82 Centre Street, Xetn York.
ALARGE AsHortm? nt ul English and Ger?
man laces, both riain ?..d Ornamental,
kept on hand. All tyne- cast ?it this establish?
ment is manufactured ft or i thc metal known
as Conner's unequaled HARD TYPE METAL.
Every article necessary for a perfect print?
ing ?frico furnished.
The type on which this paper is printed, ie
irom the above Foundry. March 30 Gmo
F?rest Medicated Cordial ol the Age.
AL TERA TIVET~ANTLBILIO US and
INVIG ORA TING PR OPER TIES.
S inr u LIPPMANN groat
s /TRADE MA^. GERMAN BITT
/ J . ('ERS is prepared
ay /far-r, aSjS? UL F. > from tho original
fl r^''^St??v ? Germ?n receipt
?L/?V?^^wB?*^ now in possession
^U^vlmflSp^ ?^b&an(l i* the Burne
jK^/wt^^^1 ^J^y*^PrcPara^'?.u *hat
/^fiffi?M^Jra^yi mflliy "pwartla of
^Bif^^^^^^^^T/y' remedy of Germa
^^?y?^^^^^P^-g>^^ ny, recommended
,/TX -- neut physicians.
GRE AT GERMAN BITTERS
?3 composed of thc purest alcoholic essence of
Germany's favorito beverage, impregnated
with the juices and extracts of rare herbs,
roots and barks; all of which combined make
it one of the best and surest preparations for
thc cure of
Dyspepsia, Loss cf Tone in the Stomach ?nd
Digeetivo OrgauB, Nervous Debilitv, Lan?
guor, Constipation, 1 ..ver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and ne a
PREVENTIVE FOR CHILLS A XI) FEVER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS the beet tonic known for the diseatcsto
which they are generally subject, and where a
gcutle stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March IC, 1S7P.
Menura. Jacob Lippmcn <fc Uro., Sae anno h.
Ga.-CENTS: I have before me your esteemed
letter of the 14th inst., containing various
documents relative to your "German Bitters."
After a careful examination I must confess
that your Bitters is really what you represent
it to be, an old German recipe "of Dr- Mitch
erlicb, of Berlin, Prussia. It will no doubt be
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseuses, and ie a good preventive of
chills and fever. I find it to bo a most dc- '
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I renn in
youre truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MILLS, GA., March 22,1S70.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman it Ero., Druggists,
Savanna?!., Ga.-GENTLEMEN: I have intro?
duced your Great Grrman Bitters here to my
customers and friends, and I find better Bale
for it than any I have ever kept before. Those
who have tried it approvo of it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in eaying that it ia far
superior in value to any other Bitters now in
use. Yours, respectful! v,
(Signed) " W. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Columbia, S. C., nt GEIGER A
Wholesale Agents for thc State of South
Carolina-HOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, HENRY
BISCHOFF & CO.. OLACIUS Se WITTE.
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER, Charlot
ton, s. C._June 2 lyl't
Fruit and Fish.
CANNED PEACHES-2 lb. Cans-23c. fetch.
Canned Tomatoes-2 " " 20c. " j
Canned Salmon-1 lb. Cans-10c. each.
Canned Ovstc-rs-1 lb. Cans-20c. " I
Canned Lobsters-1 lb. Cana-20c. " I
Canned Mackerel-2 lb. Cans-05c. "
All fresh and flue, and for salo bv
June 29 J. fe T. R. AGNEW.
SOME dealers in this city have been in donht
that I could hold out supplying them witta I
Beer this summer. I now inform tho public
that I have' a lar^o supply of old Lager flee r I
on hand, which I put against any Beer brought j
from the North, or even imported from Our
many, a? to purity ami strength. I am lonely i
to test it by the Beer scale.
Aug 20_JOHN C. KKEOEUS. !
Old Java Cottee. j
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE, i
for sale at reduced price?. E. HOPE
The Brooks Revolving
FIRST PREMIUM LA8T YEAR AT NEW O]
Send for ciicular to W. S. HENERY, Cha
Aug 4 Imo
Oha, p leatott' Adv er tis eine nt s'
H?b House, Charleston, S. C.
fflHTB/elegant and commodious HOUSE hav
JL' iug boon renovated and newly furnished
throughout, ia second to neme in th? South.
Nov 13 'J. P Aft KER. Proprietor.
Shaw's Cotton Seed Haller.
BRODIE & CU., Agenta,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
Aprils CHARLESTON, S. C. fly
KV f Largest and most completo 1 ""?*
SV J Manufactory of Doors, Sashes, ! "uft
KV ; Blinds, M nldinga, Ac, in thc f "na
KV I Southern States. J "5a
Printed Price List d?fit * competition.
8endforone. Sent free on application.
SOliTII CAROLINA INSTITUTE,
NOVEMBER 1 1 .70,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KV Most liberal Prr i durna offered in every
department of Agri ult un mel Mechanic Arte.
Premium List published in Pamphlet Form.
Julv 1 3rno
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
THIS plcasantly.located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in tho South for comfort
_laud healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and others seeking accom
moelations. Families can bo furnished with
nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
the different depots-passengers carried to
and from the Hotel free of charge.
Nov 8_WM. A- WRIGHT.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITS OF ?l A CP WARDS RECEIVED
INTEREST ALLO WEB A T TBE BA TEO:
SEVEN PER CENT. BEB ANNUM,
ON CEB TIFICA TES OF DEPOSIT,
A NB SIN' PER CENT. COM
PO UN BEB EVERY SI A'
MONTHS ON A CCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer. > vice-Presidents
John P. Thomas, ) WC? ire?uenw.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. MoMnster, Columbia
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas. Columbia.
E. II. Heiuitsh, Columbia.
John B. Palmer. Columbia.
Thomas E. Grej,-g, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg. Marion.
(i. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
1!. ll. Rutledge, Charleston.
DanielItavecel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phan? and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate nf interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Mrn and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on tl.eir (unde until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to .-et p.part small
sums for tl.cir children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, ill care of death, by
their le?nl representatives,) withing to lay
aside funds for future use. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time-, be subject to withdraw al when
pr BAOS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
OU dealers by EDWARD HOPE.
Cotton Screw Press.
RLEANS, MEMPHIS AND IN MISSISSIPPI,
rleston; GOLDSMITH ? KIND, Columbia; or
F. A. CONNOR, General Agent, Cokesbury.
IH AVE ju at received tho following list of I
choice WINES, coraptisingtho finest Euro- V
pean branda. Thia ie. without doubt, the I
largest and beat aseortiuont ever offered in I
Columbia. '' 1
CLARETS.-Brandenburg Freres' Medoo,
St. Julien. Margaux, Pontet Canet, LaRoae,
Chateau LaBoae, Grand ' Yin Latour, 1658;
Margaux, 1858; LaFitto, 1858.1
HOCKS AND SAUTERNES.-Lanben
heimor, Neersteimer, Hockheimer, Uaroo
bruner, Budesbeimer, Haut Sauterne, Haut
CHAMPAGNES-Moet & Chandon's Ver
zenay, Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Oteen
Seal. Bruch. Poucher &, Co.'o Lao D'Or, Carte
D*Or, Sparkling Moselle.
SUEKH1ES-All GradeB, from house of
Wiedom it Wai ter, Xerss do La Frontera, in?
cluding some very choice "AMONTILLADO,"
worthy tho attention of connoisours.
May 15_GEORGE 8YMMER8.
TO Ballimore and Return any timo previous
to thc 15th of October next, can be pur?
chased at tho Ticket Ofllce of tho South Caro?
lina Railroad, at GREATLY REDUCED
Notice to Contractors.
WIL., COLUMBIA & AUGUSTA lt. R. CO.,
WII.MINOTON, N. C., July 15, 1870.
SEALED Proposals will be received at this
ofllce until Slut August, proximo, for build- .
ing the extension of tbiB r?ad from Sumter to
Columbia, including Grading, Trestle Work,
Masonry and Bridges, or any portion of tho
Specifications, Maps and Profiles can bo
seen at this office, whero any information re
3uired will bc given. Proposals will be cn
orsed "Proposals." The Company reservo
tho right to reject any bid.
JOHN C. WINDER,
July 31 Imo_Chief Engineer.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
i umtftmswi Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
Lt?MS?43E3 " Pendleton.6.20 "
* ?? perryyiiie.6.00
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leave Walhalla.5.00 A. M.
?. Perrvville.5.45 "
" Pendleton.0.30 "
Arrive at Anderson.7.2o "
Waiting at Andereon ono hour for tho arrival
of np train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 31_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMUIA, S. C., July 25, 1870.
f^Tmmm?33K3 ON and after MON
H?iSSS^^u?DAY, August 1, tho fol- .
lowing Schedule will bo run daily, Sundays
excepted, connectiug with Night Trains on
South Carolina Road, up and down, also with
Trains Roing South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:
UP-Leave Columbia. 8.15 a m
11 Alston. .. 0.38 am
.* Newberry..:. 11.03 am
Arrive Abbeville. 3.00 pm
** Anderson. 4.30 pm
?' Greenville. 5.00 pm
Dows-Leave Greenville. 7.00 am
" Anderson. 7.30 am
? . Abbeville. 9.00 a m
" Newberry.12.47 pm
?' Alston. 2.30 pm
Arrive Columbia. 3.45 pm
July 28 JOHN H. MORE, Gen'l Sop't.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
UNION VILLE. JUKE 21,1870.
HT! TTTT nsmv&j&i PASSENGER Trains on
thia road mn daily:
On Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
Saturdays the down trains will leave Spartan?
burg Court House at 5.80 a. m., and arrive at
Ms ton at ll.CO a. m; returning leavo Alston
at 12.00 m., and reach Spartanburg Court
House at 5.30 p.m. On Tuesdays the down
trains will leave Spartanburg Court House at
7.80 a. m., and arrive at Alston at 1.00 p. m.;
returning leave Alston at 2.15 p. m., and reach
Spartanburg Court House at 7.00 p. m. On
Thursdays the down trains will leavo Spartan?
burg Court Houeo at 3.45 a. m., and arrive at
Alston at 8.35 a. m.; returning leave Alston
at 0.30 a.m., and reach Spartanburg Court
House at 2.40 p. m.
June 23 THOS. B. JETER. President.
The Nprth and South United,
Route. See that your Tickets are good via
Petersburg, Weldon, Raleigh and Charlotte.
NORTH CAROLINA R. It. TIME TABLE.
Trains East. Trains Weet.
AEBIYE. LEAVE, A r. it i vi:. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 4.15 p m 10.00 a m
Salisbury.0.14 p m 0.10 p m 7.37 a m 7.50 a m
Greeneb'o.8.57 p m 0.02 p m 5.06 a ta 5.14 a m
Raleigh.. .1.00 a m 1.45 a m 12.00 m u 1.00 a m
Goldsboro.5.30 a m 8.80 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotte daily, at 3.40 a. m., and arrives at
12.25 p. m. ALBERT JOHNSON, Sup.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
CT? MA Cafr^TSacS THE following ia Paa
Leave Augusta, at. 4.00 a.m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 0.40 a. m.
" Winnsboro, at - - - --11.40 a.m.
?. Chester, at.1.40 p.m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 4.20 p. m.
Leave Charlotte, N. C.,at.10.80 a. m.
" Chester, st.1.25 p.m.
" Winu?boro, at-.- 2.57 p. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at.5.07p.m.
Arrive at Augusta.9.50 p. m
Making clono connections with Tra?na of
Central and Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
and all points South and West.
Palace Sleeping Cara on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked tc
all principal points.
urg- Passengers by this ronto GOING NOBTH
have choice of TU BEE UIFFEBKNT BOUTES.
Leave Columbia. 0 15 p. m
Arrrive at Augusta. 8.80 a. m
Leavo Augusta. 4 15 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.1.30 a, m.
C. ROU KNIGHT, Superintendent.
E. R. Doitsr.v, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S.C., MAY 13, 1870.
Passenger Trains upon tho South Carolina
Railroad will run the following schedule:
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Charleston. 3.SO p m
Leave Charleston.8 30 a m
?nive at Columbia.4.10 p m
Leave Columbio.7.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
Leave Augusta.8.00 a m
Arrive at Columbia.4.10 pm
NIGHT EXTBESS THAIN (SUfPAYS EXCEPTED).
Leave Columbia.7.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston.G.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 a m
Leavo Charleston.7.30 pm
Leavo Augusta.0-00 p m
Arrive at Columbia.0.00 a rn
- Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains
sill mnMondavs, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
ind botween Camden and Ringville daily.
Leave Camden-.6.85a m
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 a m
Leavo Columbia.1.00 p m
irrive at CamdeD.5.40p m
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Sup^l.