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sTssr WSBKXSS?X. sosaina.
iY JULIAN A. SELBY,
POBLIBilEB A1TD PBOFBIITOB.
QSLoe on Blchardaon Street, near Taylor
?-Hook ?nd Job Priuting of every deacrip
ton promptly ?nd faithfully attended to.
<a?ert?d in the Daily at 75 oente per square
or tba ?rat and 60 cents eaoh subsequent in?
-ternon. Long advertiaemonta by the week,
no a th or year, at reasonable rates.
Daily, six months, $1 00; Tri-Weekly, 3 6C;
Veekly, 1 ?0. _
The managers of the public theological
library in Oinoicnati had a meeting day
before yesterday, and "resolvod" to see
that Ber. Stephen Morgan was prose?
cuted farther for the stolen theology.
Let a man steal a cool $100,000, and he
al onoe become? respectable; but when a
poor devil "abstracts" a loaf of bread,
or a little bit of religion that is lying
about looso, and his persecutora haven't
a aingle bowel of compassion on him.
.The Boston Post tells OB that a "co?
lored divine" was recently arrested in
Mississippi for stealing a watch. It is
very orael to arrest an humble Christian
for snoh a thing a? that The poor fel?
low wa? commanded both to watch and
pray, and what good do you suppose the
prayer waa going to do him without the
QUOTATIONS FOB SOUTH CAROLINA SE
?KJBXTIBS, BX D. GAMBRILTJ, BnOKKB,
Main street, Oolnmbia, 8. G., Dealer in
Gold, Silver, Bank Notes, Stocka, Bonds,
etc.-February 14, 1872.
STATE. Bid. Asked.
South Carolina Bonds, 6 ty
South Carolina Bonds, 6 ty
South Carolina Stock, 6 ty at.
City Columbia Bonds, 6 ty or. 57
City Columbia Bonds, 7 ty ot. 60
City Columbia Gras Stock,
par, $25. 12
City Charleston Stock 0 ty ot.' 52
City Charleston Bondit Fire
Loan, 7 ty cent. 70
South Carolina Bonds, 7 ty
cent, 1st mortgage. 82
South Carolina Bonds, 7 ty ot. 70
Sooth Carolina Bonds, 6 ty ot. 60
South Caro. Stock, par. $100, 39 40 .
S. C. Bank Stock, par, $125.. 89 40
north-eastern Bonds, 1st mort?
gage, 8 ty cent. 92
North-eastern Bonds, 2d mort?
gage, 8 ty cont. 82
north-eastern Stock, prefer?
red, 8 ty cont., par $50....
North-eastern Stock, Capital,
Charleston and Savannah
Bonda, 6 ty cent. 50
Savannah and Charleston
Bonds, 1st mort., 7 ty cent. C5
Savannah & Charleston Bonds
State guarantee, 7 ty cent.. 60
Savannah and Charleston
Stock, par, $100.
Greenville and Columbia
Bonds, State guan, 7 ty ct.. 55
Greenville and Colombia
Bonds, 2d mortgage, 7 'cl ct. 50
Greenville and Columbia 1st
mortgage, past due, Tty ct. 89
Greenville and Columbia
Stook, par, $25. 1
Charlotte, Columbia and Aug.
1st mortgage Bonds, 7 ty o. 80
Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Stock, $100, par.
Spartauburg and Union B'ds,
State guarantee, 7 ty cent..
Blue Ridge Bonds, 1st mort?
gage 7 ty cent. 50
Ob?raw and Darlington B'nds,
1st mortgage, 8 ty oent.... 88
Cherawand Darlington B'nds,
2d mortgage, 8 ty oent. 78
People's Bank of Charleston
Stock, par, $100. 1%
Union Bank Charleston Stock,
par, $50. 45
Charleston Stook, par, $25 20
Sonth Carolina Lonu and
Trust Co. Stook, par, $100.. 100
First National Bank Stook,
par, $100. 120
People's National Bank Stock,
par, $100. 102
Bunk of Charleston Stock,
par, $100. 18
Carolina National Bank of Co?
lumbia Stock, par, $100... 100
Central National Bank of Co?
lombia Stook, par, $100... 100
South Carolina Bank and
Trust Co. Stook, pur, $100.
Bank of Camden. 10
Bank of Choater. 10
Bank of Georgetown. 04
Bank of Hamburg. 15
Bank of Newberry. 10
Bank of South Carolina. 02
Bank of State of South Curo
lina, prior to 1861. 15
Bank of State of South Caro?
lina, 1861 and 1862. 15
Commercial Bank Columbia.. 15
Exchange Bank of Columbia 02
Farmers' and Exchange Bunk
of Charleston. 01
Merchants' Bauk of Cheraw. 02
Planters' Batik of Fairfield.. 02
State Bank. 02
These quotations are liable to fluctua?
tion. Securities sent to me will be re?
mitted for as directed, at the best mar?
ket rates. Stooks and Bonds of every
description bought nnd scud.
-f f\C\ DOZEN AXES.
J-VJV-J 4? bales bagging.
20U bundles Arrow TU B.
20 dozon Railroad Hhovols.
SOO pairs Trace Chains.
Just rooeived and for salo at lowest marka*
prioes. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
"Koto's Victoria Tonio Bitten."
For ih? eur? of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Diseases. General Debility,
and all Impurities of the Blood.
mHEBE BITTERS have now firmly eata
JL Wished themaelvea in the favor of the
pabilo and the medical profession. prepared
from purely vegetable ingredients of acknow
lodged effioaoy, their unrivaled and highly
tonio, stimulating snd prophrylaetio qualities
?eouliarly adapt them to all ciaos of General
>ebility, NervouB Prostration of the Sys?
As an excitant of the appetite and a whole?
some aid to the process of digestion, they
will be found to oe very efflcaoious, while
their peouliar medical properties render them
of unequaled value to thone subject to Chilla
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
Those Bitters will be found most wonder?
fully Beneficial in all caaea of Debility and Ir?
regularities of Females. Wheresoever intro?
duced, they become a standard article-a
mediolnal staple. Unlike tho many noxious
stimulants advertised, they brace and fortify
the system without exoiting undue cerebral
action. They aro without doubt tho heft to?
rio and constitutional renovator ever offered
to the public. MOTTE Sc TARRANT,
Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors,'
Newberry, 8. O.
Sold bv E. n. HEIHITSU, Colombia, 8. C.
Sept 17 "_6m o
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEBEST ALDO WED A T TBE BA TE O?
SEVEN PEB CENT. FEB ANNUM,
ON O EB TIFIO A TES OF DEF OBI T,
AND BIX FEB CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTES ONACOO UN TS.
OF Fl GE HB.
Wm. Martin, President.
, JohuB. Palmer, vice-President.
A. Q. Breuizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, iu general charge.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Caahier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. O. Has?
kell, F. W. MoMaeter.E. H. Heinitsh, John B.
Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. a. MS.7G6, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
DauielBavenel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerke, Widows, Or?
phans and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of Interest there*
an. Planters, Professional Men and Trastee?
wishing to draw intereat en their funda until
.hey require them for business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to set apart email
turna for tnelr children, and Married Women
ind Minors (whose deposits oan only be with
Ira wn by themselves, or, io oase ox death, by
.heir legal representatives,) wishing to lay
ieide funds for future use. are here afforded
an opoortnnity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly aeoumulate, and, at
.besame time, bo subjeotto withdrawalwhen
seeded. Aug 18
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA, S. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500.000.
John B. Palmer, President;
A. G. Breuizer, Caahier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Caahier.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, F. W. MeMas?
ter, R. D. Wenn, or R. D. Semi <i Son; G. IV.
Boarden, of Copeland & Dearden; R.L. Bryan,
of Bryan St McCarter; W. C. Swaffield, of R.
A W. C. Hwafflold, John C. Secgora, Wm. B.
F. Wi McMaster, Solicitor.
THIS Bank ie now open tor the transaction
of a general banking business.
CE HT i KI CATES OF DEPOSIT of currun cy or
coin, bearing interest at the rate of seven (7J
per oent. per annum, in kind, will be isaned.
Deposits from County Officers especially so?
licited; also, from Trust ns, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and othora.
Particular attention given to accounts of
Oily and Country Merchants, and other bu Hi?
tless mon, and tho usual accommodations ex?
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Slocks, Bonds, Cold, Silver bought and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a amati
Sight Drafts drawn direct on all the promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den
i nark and the Orient. Letters of Credit issued,
[ arable in any of the above placea
Drafts on all tho prominent oitiea in the
United States bought and sold.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Dpen from 9 to 3. Feb 28 ly_
AFEW reasons why they should have the
i)reference over all others:
1. wheeler Sc Wilson's Sewing Machine is
much simpler than any of tho others; re?
pairing less tliAu half the amount of ma
2. Aa tho reault of this simplicity, this ma?
mine in much loss liable than the others to
gut out of ropair.
3. Another remit of this simplicity is
4. Another result is less friction, and,con?
sequently, greator ease and rapidity of mo?
tion, with less noise.
6. And greatest of all, that it uses no Shut?
tle, and makes tho lock stitch.
lt is tho cheapest to buy tho best. Buy tho
machino that has justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a r?putation and independence
against a strong and bitter competition. For
moro than twenty years has tho Wheeler .V
Wilson not only stood first and foremost, but
now stands tho uniivalled Hewing Machino ol
tho enlightened civilized world. Buy tho ma?
chino that has been tims teated and proved,
and thon yon aro sure to ?et tho ht st. For
salo on thu easiest possible terms. Sales?
room Main Btroet, second door below PU<KMX
?Iiicc, Columbia,K. C.
J.H. PD RS LEY, Agent.
A. WIIYTK, General Southern Agent.
Jnno '21 Onie
IF you nog leo t a Cough or a cold, however
slight, consumption, that great destroyer,
will bo an rn tn follow. Tho inscription upon
tho tomb stone will be in tho following start
"Dii'.n F BOM A NEOLECTRD Conon.**
Stanley's celebrated COUGH SYRUP will
:ure conchs, colds, asthma, throat affections,
when no other pr paration will. Try a bot
tlo. Prepared only bv
Nov 23 I E. H HEINITSH, Druggi -t.
BOOB. Job and Newspaper
THE Proprietor of
' the PHOENIX has fitted
op and thoroughly
furniahed hie office
with latest improved
material for execution
of all kinds Printing.
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The Typo, Border, Pule, Ornaments, CutH,Aa
are of MODERN STYLE and carefully selected
The Presses are
of the MOB
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Professional Men, Merchants. Manufaolurora
and Mochamos, aupplicu with any style VTU,
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A largo stock
With tho LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on baud, tho st) lo, quality and cost of
work cannot fail to give satiafactiou.
Ardors from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION,and work promptly forwarded.
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This ia the only
Ibo interior of
two, thrro and
ean bo nut np in
plaiu Black or
and examine ape
J. A. SELBY,
Ibo Ktuto where
four sheet POST
BILLS, ?tc, Ac,
a nod atylo, cit lier
Atlantic Acid Phosphate.
TmS."i}?]9' ?r??*Ied ?y.th?J?L,ANJ'10 PHOSPHATE COMPANY, Tinder direotlonof
their Chemist,DR. ST. JD LIEN BAVENEL, for composting with Cotton Seed, la sow
offered at the reduced prioa of 9*8 per ton cash, or 931 per ton, payable lat November,
1872. free of interest.
Ordere (Iliad now will be conaidered aa cash lat March, 1872, or on time aa doe lat Novem?
ber, 1373, thereby *B*blin? plantera to bani it at a time when their waltons and malea aro
Idle- PBL3EKR, RODGERS & CO., General Agenta,
Jan 8 8mo Brown's Wharf, Charleston, B. C.
THIS FERTILIZER, manufactured by tho ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY un?or
the direction of their Ohomiat, Dr. ST. JULIEN BAVENEL. is now offered to the plant?
ing community at the VERY REDUCED PRICE OF .*? PER TON GASH, or .?? PAYABLE
IBT NOVEMBER, 1872, FREE OF INTEREST.
Thia Fertilizor haB been very extensively used in this State, and han given entire satisfac?
tion ; some of the most practical plantore admitting it to ba equal to Peruvian Ouano, pound
All Bale? made now will be considered as cash on the 1st of March, 1872, and to those
buying on time, the sale will be conaidered MB due dn lat November, 1872.
By this arrangement, planters will he enabled, without extra coBt, to haul their manure
at a time when their wagons and mules are idle. Pamphlets containing the certificates of
those who have nsed tho Atlantic Phosphate will be furnished on application to the Agenta.
PELZKR, UOI1QER8 ?i CO., General Agents,
Brown's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
COPELAND A DEARDEN, Agents, Columbia, S. C. Jan 2 8mo
HUT mm wst m mum um,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
TO AND PROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL TEE NEW ENGLAND MANTJFACT?BINQ CITIES.
THREE TIMES fijft g9B!SL? IBjjjSB A WEEK.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
ELKO ART STATE-ROOM ?fb?^J^^s. ACCOMM0DA1IONS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Honra Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL. CAPACITY 3||MBHBMII1M^- ?0,000 BALKS MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
A ND connecting Roads neat, in alliance with tho fleet of thirteen first class Steamships
A. to the above ports, invite attention to the quick time and regular despatch afforded to
the business public in tho Cotton States at the
PORT OP CHARLESTON,
Offering facilities of rail and soa transportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in
excellence and capacity at any other port. The following splendid Oceau Steamers are regu?
larly on the line:
TO IE VT YORK:.
M. S. Woodhull, Commander. H. Crowd], Commander.
CHAMPION, SOUTH CAROLINA,
R. W. Lookwood, Commander. T. J, Beckett, Commander.
James B?rry, Commander. J. Kennedy, Commander.
JAMES ADOER, ASHLAND,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander. -Ingram. Commander.
JAMES ADQER A CO., WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
Agents, Charleston. S. 0. WM. A. COURTENAY,
Ageme., Charleston, 8. C.
TO PHI LADELPHI A.
VIRGINIA, Alex. Hunter, Commander. EMPIRE, C. Hinchley, Oommandor.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Oharleaton, 8. C.
FALCON, Haiuie, Commander. MARYLAND, Johnson, Commander.
SEA GULL, Dutton, Commadner. .
Bailing Days-Every Fifth Day.
PAUL O. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
Rates guaranteed as low aa those of compoting lines. Marine insurance, one-half of one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can be had at ali principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, TennCBeee and Mississippi.
State Booma may be secured in advance, without extra charge, by addreasing Agents of
the Steamships in Charleston, at whose offices in all cases the Railroad Tickets shonid be
exchanged an J Borths assigned. Tho 1 brough Tickets by this route include Transtors,
Meals and Slate Room, while ou shipboard.
Tho South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, and their connecting lines, have largely
increased their facilities for the rapid movement of Freight and Paatengera between the
Northern cities and the South and West. Gomfortrblo Night Cars, with the Holmes Chair,
without extra charge, have been introduced on the South Carolina Railroad. First class
Estie,K Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Railroad, first olaes Sleeping Cars.
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to day and night trains of Gie Mouth Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made with other Roads, delivering Freights at distant pointe
with groat promptness. Tho managers will uso every exertion to satisfy their patrons that
tho line vio Cbarleuton cannot be eurpaseed in despatch and tho aafe delivery of gooda.
For further information, apply to J. M. H KI m UK, Superintendent, Charleston, S. C.; B. D.
HASELL, General Agent, P. O. Box 4,979; Office :117 Broadway, N. Y ; S. B. PICKENS, General
PasBOngerand Ticket Agent, South Carolina Railroad. ALFRED L. TYLER,
Jan 16 IGmo Vico-ProHident South Carolina Bailioad, Charleston, B. 0.
THE CELEBRATES FERTILIZERS.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.'S
GUANO, SALT AND PLASTER COMPOUND,
The above prepared at Savannah, Georgia, and Charleston, South Carolina.
Phoenix Islands. Sooth Pacific Ocean,
Are for sale bv
WLLOOX, GIBBS & CO..
Importers and Dealers in Guanos,
14H Day Hire? ?, Savannah. Ga., 131 Baal Buy, Charleaton, ?. C.
For further information, apply or address as above for Almanac for 1872.
Jan 16 J3tno J. H. CHAMBERH, Agent at Co'umbia, R. C.
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
TUE OLDEST SUPER-PHOSPHATE MANUFACTURE!) IN THIS COUNTRY.
COMPOSED of BONES, Potash. Phosphat ie Guano, Concentrated Animal Ammoniacal
Matter, and Sulphuric Acid. No Salt, Halt Cake, Nitre Cake, Plaster, nor Adulterant or
Absorbent of any kind used. Factory oponed tor inspection at all timen. Nineteen years of
practical experience. Introduced in 1862, Patent? d December 20,1859. Quick action and
permanent improvement lo the soil. Testimony ot hundreds of well-known planters in its
favor on every variety of crop aud aoil, even during extremo adverse HeaHona. $15)oaah-$50
time, payable November 1,1872. KINSMAN A. HOWELL,
Jan 21 f?hno General Agent? for South Carolina, No. 128 East Bay, Charleston, B. C.
COPELAND A BFAUDKN, Local Agents, Columbia. S. C.
THREE VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLES are offered by tho Sulphuric Acid and Superphos?
phate Company of Charleston, S. C.. vi/:
A complete Manure, adapted to Cotton. Grain and Tobacco, being thu well-known article
heretofore offered at th? very high gradeof fifteen per vent, dissolved Bone Phosphate of
Limo, with tho addition, as heretofore, of Peruvian lunno, Ammonia and Potash. Price
$55 per lon, if paid on or before the 1st of April next, and fliO per ton, payable lat November,
IUI*, without interest
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
A new m tie'' . ? .'? ne? h'gh grade nf Soluble Phosphate, compounded with the ele?
ments ot Cou.i '? Mich a manner an to insure one of ; I he host Fertilizers for Cotton
audOraiii,at .< m.*t j prie< than UK-Etiwaii Guano. lhice f 10 por ton, if paid on or before
tho Int ol Apt il in xi, ?t? pei lon, payable Sim inhoi 1st, 1S72, without inti rest.
ETI WAN DISSOLVED BONE.
Averaging from eighteen t>> Itrrnty jn'r rent, ot Dissolved Hone Phosphate, and thus enabling
the planier, hy compoi-tim;, to nhtntu two lons of hall that grade at a saving at one-half
poet and freight, Price 1.15 per ton, if paid on ur .boforu tho 1st of April next; flo per ton,
payable lui November. 1872, ?viihont inten si.
TAKE NOTICE- Th nt off these Fertilizers aro;of the highest gnuie oj Soluble Phosphide,
and munt help for moro than one year,
WM. C. BEE & CO., General Agents, Charleston, S.O.
R. O'NEA LE eft SON, Agents nt Columbia, S. C. Dec 10 fJmo
Hew Freight and Faswnger Konto.
Via Columbia, S. C., and Wilmington, If. ff.
WILMIWOTOH, COLUMBIA ARO AUGUSTA B. B..
Ornez G?M'L FBEIOHT A Ttoxxr AOEUT, <
WILMINGTON, N. C., Deo. 18.1871.
THE attention of if er chant*, Shipper? af
Cotton and produce, ana ?he public gene?
rali j, is Invited to the direct connection now
existing between all interior points in Bonth
Carolina and Northern oities. by the Wilming?
ton, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, and ita
connections at Wilmington, cither via steam?
ship line* from that port, or via Wilmington
and Weldon Railroad, aDd its connections via
Portsmouth or Petersburg.
These various lines, connecting at theso
terminal points, afford facilities for shipments
to or from BALTIMORE dally, PHILADEL?
PHIA tri-weekly, NEW YORK five times per
weok, BOBTON semi-weekly.
Uniform rates aro maintained with all com?
peting lines. No detention occurs to ship?
ments. Through bills hiding given between
all atationa and pointe named. Bates and
classification sheets obtained of all Agents.
The pasaouKor schedule-of night train from
and morning "train Into Columbia gives a su?
perior conneotion for all points on Greenville
and Columbia and Charlotte, Colombia and
Augusta Railroads, giving a Pay Line conneo
tionvia Portsmoeth, and an all rail connection
via Washington, und avoiding all delays at
Through ticket* for sale at Columbia to all
pointa North. For rates, classification? and
all information, apply to
A. POPE, Gen'l Freight A Ticket Agent.
J. C. WINDER. Gcn'l Snp't. Jan 4 3mo
Change of Schedule.
WILMINciTOH, COLUMBIA A AUOUSTA R. R. Co .
WILMINGTON, N. C.. January 10. 1872.
I2*13SE2?SSte AFTER this dftte th?
USt-SStJ?\/m WB following schedule will
be run by trains on this road:
CAT EXPRESS THAIN [DAILY.]
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot | 8.50 A. IA.
Arrive at Columbia. 1.15 P. M.
Leave Columbia. .. 8.20 A. M.
Arrive Wilmington [Union Depot] 5.30 P. H.
N lu n T RXPBEBS TRAIN.
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot] 6 45 P. H.
Arrive at Columbia. 6.80 A. M.
Leave Columbia. 6 80 P. II.
Arrive at Wilmington. 6.00 A. M.
No NIGHT TRAIN8 leave Wilmington or
Colombia 8unday P. M.
Jan 18 JOHN C. WINDEB, Gool Snp't.
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CABOLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 9,1871.
frSTgft ag Pgffgjjfe?E Change of Schedule
?IMMa3R?5s?=^HP*to go into effect on
and after Bunday, 24th instant:
MAH, ANO PASSENGER TB AIM.
Leave Columbia at.7.40 am
Arrive at Charleston at.3 20 p na
Leave Char leaton at.8.20 a m
i rrive at Columbia at. 8.40 pm
NI Cl HT EXP BEBB, FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODATION
TRAIN. [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at.7.00 p m
Arrive at Charles ton at.7.00 ad
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 a na
Camden Accommodation Train will eon
linne to run to Columbia aa formerly-Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-president.
B. B. PinniNs. Panerai Ticket Agent.
Charlotte. Columbia and Angosta B. B
COLUMBIA, 8. C., January 1,1872.
f?TT eap. njBBBgBBft*.. ON and after Thursday,
?WBS*!3^5?r5th instant, tho following
achednle will be run ovor thia road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Augusta.8 ISA. M. 6.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.8.22 A. M. 11.04 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.2.09 P.M. 5.15 A.M.
GOINO SOUTH -
Leave Charlotte.7.15 A.M. 7.30 P.M.
Leave Columbia.1.S5 P. M. 2.00 A. M.
Arrive Augusta.C.50 P. M. 7 30 A.M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Both trains make close con?
nection to all points North, South and West.
Through ticketB sold and baggage checked
to all principal points.
E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DORSEY,Oen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Ohange of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. B. CO.,
COMPANY Snore. N. C., Jnne 3.1871.
eJBJ* ?BH?&06&v CN and after BUNDAY,
?Si?SS?38???S2* Juno 4, 1871, TRAINS "will
be run over this Road in accordance with the
following TIME TABLE.
Traine Going EaBt. TrainB Weat.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. A ll III YK. ULA VS.
Charlotte 5.35 am 8.10 p xe
Salisbury 8.03 a ni 8.23am 5.26 pm 5.80 p m
Gr'nsb'oll.08anill.l3am 8.25 pm 8.35 pm
Co8hopl2 40pm 1.05 pm 9.56 p m 10.10 p m
Hillab'ro2.28pm 2.33pm 11.35 p m 11.37 p m
Raleigh 5.05 p m 2.05 a m 2.40 a ta
Goldsboro 7-20 a m
Charlotte?. 15 u m 8.00 pm
Salisb'ry 4.32 am 4.37 am 5.15 pm 5.26 pm
Gr'nsb'o 1.25 am 1.35 am 2.10 pm 2.20 pm
Co Shop ll 37 p m 12.02 am 12 30 p m 12.60 p rn
HillsbrolO.07 pm 10.09am 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Raleigh 6.58 pm 7 40 am 8.45 am
Goldsb'o 3.00 pm
June 6 W. H. GREEN, Mas. Trana.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, B. C., MARCH 1,1871.
schedule will be run daily. Hu ucl a vn excepted:
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a. m.
*' Aleton.9.10 a. m.
" Newberry. 11.15 a.m.
" Cokosbury.3.00 p.m.
" Belton. 5.00fp. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 0.30 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 8.15 a. m.
" Belton. 8.05 a.m.
" Abbeville.8.15 a. m.
Newberry. 1.60 p.m.
" Alston.4.05 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.55 p. ru.
THOS. DODAMEAD, General Sup.
M. T. BARTLETT. General Ticket Age nt.
Sommer Schedule 8. A U. R R..
EBS5BB DOWN TRAIN. UP THAIN.
SSe^^mWP Arrive Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg.. 5 30 5.25
Bate-ville.. . . 6.00 6.00 ICS 4.53
Pacolut. 6 08 6.13 4.40 4 45
Jonesville. ?.43 6.48 4.05 4.10
Unionvillo. 7 25 7.60 3.05 8.25
Hat, lue. 8 20 8.25 '2 30 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.16
Shelton. 9.15 9.20 1.35 1.40
byles' Ford... 9.40 9 45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.60 12.55
Alston. ll 00 l'J.OO
I May 24 THOS R. JETER. President.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
i WP Leavo Anderten.6.C0 P. M.
L^pW " I'endletou. 7.co
-" Perry ville. 7.45 .'
Arrive at Walhalla._8.30 "
Leavo Walhalla.3.45 A. M
.. Porrvvillr.4.30 "
?' Pendleton.5.80 "
Arrivent Anderson.6.80 "
Waiting nt Anderson one honr for the arrival
if up train on Greenville and Columbi? Road.
_??ly_?__ _}V- ?J Pj PAILLARD, Sup,
-irv HALF CHESTS assorted TEA. Though
IV' tho price in market has advanced 15 per
cont , w?< succeeded in getting our August bili
duplicated, which we offer at esme i rice as
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