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tions contracted for the erection of iou
?cmrt ox, authority ?aehing iwd process
shalt certify thereon Wa* tho ?ame is is?
sued 'for Bbmo cot? moro, sod no
other, of jAgd) pur]Ue8V f rovidfid;/nr'.
Mar, Toe yearly .product of said feomo
stead shall be I enbjeot \ to attachment,
l?vy und'dale, tb Beouro or enforce th?
psytys?'fM ?blfgslii??^ contracted in
the production Ol the Barne; but the
oonrt issuing the procesa therefor shall
certify thereon that the sam? ie issued
for ?aid purpose, and no other i '
SEO. 8., The widow and minor children
pf 'anj^eVt?usjo? mlfcj?i PX husband
shall bo entitled to','tho right of home?
stead. Wtiott a widow or minor ohildren
are entitled' to an 'estate' or right of
flomoatood, thu ?am'o Bhall be set off, and
he titles.executed! UV tho parties entitled
by tho Judgoof tho Probate Court, who
shall appoint'throo disinterested persons,
?^ldentT?n '*:tJiei;,Opuhty, :who,, having
Voeu duly a worn','?shall proceed to ap?
praise and set out, by motes and bounds,
?uoh homestead,;add 'moke return to
dm. If ho cpmpminx ;^baii po made
against ?ud appraisal und setting out of
the, homestead, within .thirty dayB there
after.'bynny party interested therein,
the fcamo shall 'bW, confirmed by tho
Judge, and ordered accordingly.
Bao. 0. That one-third of the annual
products of agricultural laborers, me?
chanics, artisans, arid tradesmen nf every
description, without regard to valuation,
churactnr or condition of products or
earnings, shalt bo exempt from attach?
ment, levy and sole, except to enforce
the payment pf taxes.
, SEO. 10. That no Sheriff, Constable,
or,other officer, whose duty it ?B to en?
force executions, shall proooed in nny
other manner than is prescribed in this
SEO. ll. Should any officer sell any
real estate, or soil or remove any per?
sonal property of the hoad of any fami?
ly, whether the head of such family is a
free-holder or not, without his or her
consent,'in violation of the provisions
of this Act* and of Section 32 of Article
2 of the Constitution of the State of
South Carolina, ho shall be deemed
guilty of malfeasance in office; and, on
conviction thereof, shall, fdr tho first of?
fence, bo fined ia a snm not less than
five hundred dollars, nor moro than one
thousand dollars; und, for the second
offence, shall be dismissed from office;
and, in oither case, shall be liable to the
parties for all injuries by reason of his
wrongful levy oe sale.
SEO. 12. Appraisers appointed to Bet
out the bomesteadj under this ?ot, shall
receive, as compensation, two dollars
each por day, and five cents a milo for
every mlle necessarily traveled, for such
services. The Trial Justice, or Justios
of the Peace, who qualifies the apprais?
ers, shall reoeive seventy-five oents, and
five oents a mile for every mile necessa?
rily traveled, lo?' such services. The
foregoing fees shall be paid by the of?
ficer'executing'the process out of the
property of the debtor; or, in case of
the homestead set Put to a widow or
minor children, iout of the estate of the
deceased, by the executor or administra?
tor thereof.' The7 Sheriff is hereby au?
thorized to retain two and one-half per
cent, ou every one hundred dollars de?
posited with him? ns direoted by this
Aot, as compensation for receiving and
paying out-moneys so doposited.
SKo.ld. Al LA; eta or ports of Acts in?
consistent with this Act, or supplied by
vt, be, and the ea me are hereby, repealed.
? Approved March 18, 1872.
AH AOT' TO INC OI iron ATE Tai ? JOURNEY?
MEN MECHANICS'1 UNION, OL' OHAUtiEH
TON, S.O. '* 1
SECTION 1, He it enacted by the Senate
and House of J?epre$e?italives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sitting in
General Assembly, and by (lie authority oj
the same, That JdbXByrne, W. H. Ber?
ney, J. W. Miller,-?3/M. Magrath, J. P.
Howard, Isaao Heed, and such other
persons as may now or hereafter shall bs
associated with them, ure hereby made
and declared to be a body politic and
corporate, by the'name and style of the
Journeymen Mechanics' Union, of
Charleston, S. C. j
SEO. 2. That tho association aforesaid
shall have succession of officers aud
members, according to ita by-laws, and
shall have power to make by-laws not re?
pugnant to tho IUWB of tho laud, and to
have, use and koop a common seul, and
tho sumo to alter at will, to sue uud bo
sued j und plead and bo i mp leaded, in
any court in this State It is hereby
empowered to retain, possess and enjoy
all such property, real and pcreouul, ns
it may possess, or bo entitled to, or
which shall hereafter bo given, be?
queathed to, or iu aay manner act]aired
by it, and to sell, alien or trausior the
SEO. 3. That this Act shall bo a public
Act, and continue in force for tho term
of twelvo years from tho dato of ita ruti
Approved March 9, 1872.
THE undersigned, owing to ill-health, h
desirous of disposing of his intorost it
the Exchange. House. Terms reasonable
Apply to lt. FRANKLIN.
March 13 _ _
BOUGHT and sold.'at >
_THE OITIZEN BJ SA VINOS BANK^_
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beci
TN proforonco to London 'Portor and Scotcl
Ale. Why? They know fat ls urmdultoratec
C10TTON SEED REPINED OIL, by tho gal
J lon or barrel. Also, in glaass, pints am
ifoarta. Forsalelow. . E. HOPE.
FOTI tho winter Benson, I will brew al
DOUBLE 8THONO BEEK. Drill!
borgera' unadulterated Double Strong /teer
and you got tho wurth of your money. Thi
liner is also put np in bottles, sud for salo a
$1.60 por dozen.
I havo also received a supply of tho Jnsllj
celebrated PANOAKE-regarded Ibo bes
Chowing Tobacco. JOHN 0. BEEQEIiS.
; ! und ?ld ? . .?? i viti-. i , ^nnqon
HIE Proprietor of
tho I'll (KN IX lina titted
up aud thoroughly
furnished his ofticc
with latest improved
mutorial for execution
of all hinds Printing.
BBB 17 Iv li Hit lt H.
BBB B BB B Ii RB
RBBB BBB BR
RBRR RR RR
RBBB RR RR
RBRR RR RR
i j RRRR RR RR
Tho Tvpo, Border, Bule, Ornaments, Cuts, fcc
are of MODERN 6TYLE and carefully soUo t od
Tho Presses aro
Hoe, Adams ;
of the MOS
and Lib ar?
NNNNN NN.N NNN
Professional Men, Merchants. Mannfaolnrors
and Mechanics, supplied with.amy style work
TTTT TTTT TTTT
TTTT TTTT TTTT
A largo stock
on hand. jj
With tho LABOE AMOUNT OF M ATI KIAL
on hand, thc style, quality und cost cd
work cannot fail lo give satisfaction.
Ordorsfrom abroad will receive I MM Kill ATE
ATTENTION, and work promptly forwarded,
This is the only
tho interior of
two, threo and
cnn bo put up in
plain ll I u id; or
aid examine *p<
J. A. HELBY,
tho Stain win ru
four sheet POST
13 ILLS, Ac, Aa.,
(rood nt vin. either
ci men H.
. Bowing) MaclMoea.
.?*? > MBB v J., .-i!! i? v-'i
*o,.,. . Mh$T*lLj*?Lv ill II ?i
ml IA ^ j
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
11 HE simplicity, durability, ?>?.>*? nf mnnagtv
1 ment sm) prent range of work of this
Machino bas made it tho uiu\crBal lavoritu,
sud leading family Sowing Mucbino fur mure
than twenty j care, hnu hence it in no experi?
ment to buy (ino, :
Por salo on monthly imitai ment?, second
door below rnoaix ellice, Columbia, ti. C., by
A. J. rUKSL?'Y?
Feb '27 Airtnt for Ptrr?l?y & Trump.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER, No. 20
Haynu street and Morlbeek B Wharf,
Gharlceton. S- C. Thin is the larpent and
most completo factory of tho kind, iu the
Boothera States,' arid all articlea in this linc
can be furnished by Mr. T. P. Tonio at priccb
which doty oompotition.
49- A pamphlet with full and detailed list
of all bizou of Doora. Sashes and P.liudn, and
fife priceB nf each, will be tient freo and po-st
paid, on application to
NJoly ll tlyr P. 1\ TOALE.
MOSES GOLDSMITH &~ S ON, "
QolonadeIioxo, Pendue Hange,Charleston, S. C,
Scotch, Fit? and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply o?
In Btoro, 100 tona E0LINTON TIG.
We Live and Learn, Die and Forget All.
THE SOUTHERN DYE HCUSE.
No. 359 KINO OTIU-XT, CIIAUUESTON. R. C.,
DYLS und CLhANS. by means of H team,
gentlemen's, buln D' and children's
clothes. Fine tacos and lace curtains denned
and done up with tho toit or manufacturer'*!
finish; laoo and crape ahawla and kid gloves
cleaned and dyed. Goode received and re?
turned by oxpreBB. I. BILLER, Proprietor.
Branch nineo at Mrs. C. E. Reed's millinery
establi-'hmr-nt. Co'nmhia._ Feb 24 Smo
MONEY CANNOT BUY \T\
For Sight ls Priceless:
But the Diamond Spectacles will fresero Tl.
IF von value jour eyesight nue thrte 1'KH
B'ECT liKNSES. Oi'OUU'l from minute
crystal pebble??, melted together, and derive
their namo "Diamond"'on arennntof thoir
hardneas and brilliancy. Tliey will last manv
years- without change, and are warranted su?
perior io all othcru. manufactured by
J. E. SPENCER & CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.-Nono pennine UHIGPH ptampc-d
with our trade mark. WM. GLAZK, JowoUr
and Optician, is anio agent for Columbia, S.
C., from whom they eau only bo obtaii od,
Nrtn?rliUrrB nmployod. Julv21l!ilv
" G?0RGE PAGE & CO.,
No. 5 JV. Shroeder Street. Baltimore, Nd.,
rORTABLU AND S'l'A'J' 1 o.\ A II V
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Patent Improved, Portabio
O 1 K OIT I, A R 8 A AV MILLS.
O A NU. Ai ULA Y A ND SA Sil SA W Mi /. hs.
4 1 HIST MILLS. TIMBER WU EEL?, KlilN
\JT OLE MACHIN LS, Ac. Dealers in Circu?
lar Saw?. Belting and Mill supplice generally,
and manufacturer's ag?-ntB for Le?era Cele
braten Turbine Water Wheel and ?very do
nct ipti?n of Wood Working Machinery.
AGRICULTURAL ENGINES A SPECIALTY.
4Sr*8oud for descriptive Cataloguen and
Prion LifttB. Mnv2Si+Hli
Blood and Liver Pills.
TO euro SICK II KA DACH I'-, Sick Stomach,
Dizziness or Vertigo, Rad latte in lin
Mo?t h, BiliouB Attacks, Palpitation of tho
Hoart, Norvouenes??, Couet?patiMti, Pniiu in
th? Brean! and back, Kiduo) Afieotions.
To ci?o all Disorders nt' the Diver.
To R?gul?t-i the. bowel*.
To Purity Hie Rion I.
To givs new lifo to the whole Syst? tu, tho
B'ooil mid Liver. Cannot bb surpassed, i ry
onlv ouo b?)X; yon will b? convinced. Tor
sale-mly at HKINITSH'S Drugstore.
OUGII I' at n modi into discount, at
Till. Cl I I/ENS' SAVINGS. BANK
Fresh Biscoits and Crackers.
ALa ROE aPBortin* nt sud cholea varioly,
jiiHi in mid fer nulf low K HOPE.
OA A BARKELS uth oled SKI'D POTA
T i) ES - Pink-EycH, Early ?tose,
Jackrtoii Whites, I'caoli Blows and Earl>
Goodrich, for ?a'e low hy
Jan 10 EDWARD HOPrj.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
ALARGE assortment of ireph GARDEN
SKEDS, Onion Sot*, kc., tor eale low.
Jan 111 EDWARD HOPI'..
Gourd Seed Corn
A,FEW burilda Pennsylvania GOURD
KKED CORN, h?r Hi ed. Very productive
and adapted lo this climate. Foi- eulo by
Feb 21 E. llol'H.
*%f\f^\ BARRELS POTATOES, consisting
?UU of Pink EVBB,
Just rooeived and for pale. low. by
.lan ll JOHN AONEW A SON^
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
P.rop.ktast Sn ?OH.
Smoked ll? i f. fur sale Imv. B. HOPE.
?)A? BA RULLS nf 1.1 M E. foi ; low by
( Jj\ M J JOHN AON Bl ?? ?'ON.
Sweet Potato Slips.
1 J\f\ HUSH K. LS f->r peed -YAMS, Spanish
I ll t\J and Ked. l'or sale by E. HOPE?
-T ?tia?tio l?cid Pboephate?- --
mu?s article, propar*d_by the ATjLANTIO PHOSPHATE OOMP?N Y, tinder direction of
fattWS^ W ^^.o'W W^.PIt?f?l8 ist,November,
v Orders filled tto? trill be considered ?ft estfh Ut Mar ch, 187?, ot'?if tYtne M ?ho 1st Novem?
ber, WP. thereby enabling plantera to haubit at e. timi, when tbt lr wagon* ?nd nmteB aro
idle- , ... . ." " PKLZKil. UOO?IKB5 & CO., Ut^ral AB?nU,
Jan?8fro, \ ; ..* - Br9W.n?d,WI>p|ff,.p^ftfleaton,?.?.,,\
THIS FERTILIZES, manufactured by tho'ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY*, tmfler
tba direction Qi their Chemist, Dr. SfT. it LIEN RAVEN EL, is now offered to the plant?
ing community at the VERY REDUCED PRICE OE ??8 PER TON CASU, or .&? PAYABLE
la? NOVEMBER, 1872, FREE OF INTEREST,
Thia FortiHeor baa been very extensively used in this Stato, and bas given ontlro satisfac?
tion! soma of the most practical planters "admitting it to be equal to Peruvian Guano, puuud
for pound. - i '
All sales made.now will bo considered ae. oaab on tho lst'of Marah, 1872, and to those
buying on tindo, tho salo will bo considered,as duo on 1st November, 1872.
By thia arrangement, planters will be cobbled, without extra cost, to haul their manure
at a time wbeu thoir wagons and mule-b aro idle. Pamphlets containing tho certificate? Of
thOBu who have need the Atlantic Phrsr-bate will be furr.fshrd on application to the Agents.
I'Ki Zi;u, KOIKIKHN ?fe CO.. UcneiKl agunta,
Brown's Wharf, Charle||on, S. C.
. COPELAND & BEARDEN, Agenta, Columbia, 8. C. .Ian i 3mo
GREAT l??II?F?llE? il PfflKIES O,
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, MILADELI'IIU, SEW YORK, BOSTON,
THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREE TIMES A WEEK.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays?
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hours
.4 CC0MMODA HO NB.
s Shorter, "via Charleston."
40.000 II A LIOS MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting Roads TVrst, in alliance with the Ueet of thirteen first clasa StoamfhfpB
to tho above ports, invite ult? nt iou to the quick timo and regular deepalch afforded to
tho busineau public in tho Cotton States at tho
POUT OP C II A It L E S T O K .
Offering facilitioB of rail mid sea transportation for Freight ami Passengers, not excelled in
excellence and capacity at any olin r port. Tho billowing splendid Ocean Steamera aro regu?
larly on tho linc:
TO lt IS \V YORK.
MA NI? A TT A N,
M. H. Woodhull, Commander.
R. W. Lockwood, Commander.
James Bony, Commander.
T. J. Lockwood, Commander.
JAMES ADC ER A CO.,
Agents, Charleston, S. C
O KO BO LA,
S. Crowell, Commander.
SOUTH CAROLUS A,
. T. J. Beckett, Commander.
J. Kennedy, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.,
WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agents, Charleston, S. C.
TO PHI tiADKLPHIA.
Iron Steamships VIRGINIA, C. Hinckley, Com'der. GULF STUEAM, Alex. Hunter, Oom der.
SAILINO DATS-THURSDAYS. WM. A. COURTENAY.;Agcnt, Charleston, 8. C.
FALCON, Hainio, Commander. MARYLAND, Johnson, Commander.
SEA GULL, Dutton, Commadncr.
Sailing Days-Every Fifth Day PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
Ratea guarautecd as ?ow aa those of competing linea. Marino Insurance, ouo-half of one
per cent. .
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can bo bad at all principal Railroad Onices in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi.
Stato Rooms may he secured in advance, without extra chargo, by addrceaing Agents of
tho Steamships in Charleston, at whoso r fiices in nil cases tlio Railroad Tickets should ho
exchanged and Bertha aligned. Ibo 'ibrough Tickets Dy thia routo includo Transfers,
Meals und Stato Room, while on shipboard.
Tho South Carolina Railroad, Giorgia Railroad, and their connecting lincs. havo largely
increased their facilitiee for tho rapid movement of Freight and Pa sreng! rs between the
Northern cities and tho South and West. Comfort ride Night Carn, with the Holmes Chair,
without extra charge, have been introduced, en thc ?routh Carolii a Railroad. Firet class
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Railroad, first dat s Sleeping Cars.
Frtight prompt); transit rred fri m Steam? rio day and night trains of the South Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made w it li othir Reads, dclR Cling Freiphte nt distant points
with great promptness. Tho managers will use ovfry exertion to satitfy their patrons that
tho linn via Charleston cannot Le suipast-ed in Cit-] ult h and tho tufe delivery ot gooda.
For further information, apply to J. M. HELKIXIK, Suterintei dent, Charleston, S. C.; B. D.
HABULI., General Agent, P. O. Box 4,079; Cilice 917 Rroadwny.N. Y : S. H. FiCKENS, Genenil
Passenger and Ticket Agc nt, South Cart lina Railroad. ALFKED L. lYCKlt,
Jan 10 iGmo Vice-president South Carolina Railioad, Charleston, S. C.
THE CELEBRATED FERTILIZERS.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.'S
GUANO, SALT AND PLASTER COMPOUND.
Thc abovo prepared at^Savanuah, Georgia, and Charleston, South Carolina.
P HENIX GUANO,
Imported from Phoenix Islands. South Pacific Ocean,
Are for onie bv '
WILOOX, GIBBS & CO.,
Importen anti Dealers in Guanos,
148 Bay Street, Navnnuah. Ga., 1.11 Kati Bay, ? inu it ?too, s. C.
For further information, apply or addiese as above l< r Almu ac li i lb?2.
Jan lt) Rimo J. S. CH AM DEUS, Agent at Co'nmhia, S. C.
OK COLUMBIA. S. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
--- - . ? ?- - - -
A UTIIOKIZKD CAPITAL, 8500.000.
npiliK Hank ?H now open for tlio transaction
Jl of a gt iu ra) hanking lamines.?.
(} E UTI ? iuATKH or l>i:i'OHiT,beating iutorobt
ut tlit! rai o of seven i7/ per cont, pur annum,
W?M 1)0 If.-U' il.
Notes, bills of Exchange, end otlifr evi?
dences of iii bt discount t-(h am! money loaned
on collu tirais.
Stocka, Houri::, th ld, :-i.i ? > btaigh, omi sohl.
Muiihit?d Un>rcttcy eui chimed M a small
Hight J traf!s dr awn direct on all tim promi?
nent placo? in England, lr, loud, Scotland,
Frat,ct, Germany, liclgiuni, Holland, Den
mark and the Orita!. fatter* </CV<7l:7 insuod,
I livable in any of tin* above placee
Drafts (>n nil thu prominent cities in thc
United Staten bought and cold.
banking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open I rom ? lo fl. Keb 28 ly
Bead! Read: i Read!!!
Near corner Main and Bridge Street*.
OYSTE?R in every stylo
fi oamed, Stewed, Fried ?nd
broiled. (Lind Liquors, dun
Wince, import* ?1 f'igar*
N. U Privi.?. ^. ..i>Fli ItOOMH.
Oot 2? U P i ! V 1 I INK. Proprietor.
."rc itch Whisky v.
ONE pun In on ' FINEST CAMPl?F.LTON.'
of my own direct intpi riHiimi, via Nm
York. Thin, by actual teat, i? 1'.' yttr cent
over proof, and ii pronounced by alt who
have tested Ol'last (rd it, : tn? lleest iver
brought to Columbia.
Pull stock old W'lNES and IHlANDlFS.
Holland OIN, Janntic v HUM. Scotch Kng
I?HIIPIHI German VLl'S, London seri Dublin
POUTKlt, OUl.WC .'.Mid ?AKASOHINO.
Moot ?nd Chambm CHAMPAGNES, ol thc
fiinmns vintsgo, lHt>8-llnoil el Hie century.
Itossoiiablc pi ices und lu I Hatti faction gua?
rani, cl. GEO. SYMMEUS.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received
[NTEUXSJ ALDO H'Kl: A T TEE JiATJiOi
SEVEN I'KU '.'KAT. J'Kl. ANN VU.
./A Ul'-li THJ CA ll.-, CFDEEOSIT;
A Sb .SLY UKI. CENT. (A-Jil
I'OUSUED EVE Ii Y S'J ?
MOA THU CN A CCO UN'JS.
Ol flt Elt?.
Vdu. tiL.otiu, President.
John )>. P?)ni??, Vic?-l'r? silent,
A. ii ihtliizer,Catii.ni.
J. H. i-nvjer, in e,em nil rhu ive.
Joliu C. J}, .-milli, Aesibl&ni Uadhior.
Wadu liauipte-u, William Martin, A. C. lins
boll',Fi 1V.:,U-MabU-i.i . J!, lim ?ul , Jol,i ll
Palmor, rhoiuks E. (tre'gK, Coiumliii..
.1. Kn Oregg, Manon.
vi. T. ?colt? Newberry.
.v.o. Mayes,No wherry.
15. ll. Rutledge.,Charleston.
r>aiilclttsvonel, Jr.. Charlmton.
Mochauiee,'Laborers, Clerk ti, Widowu, or
pharm and ellura may hero deposit their ?av
inga and draw & liberal rate of interest there
ou. Planton?, l'rofottsioiinl Men andTruti.ee
wishing to diawiutereet on their tnndennti
tboy require tlif m for business or other pul?
posos: Pan nt* desiring to not apart smal
tunta for tneir ohiltlrun, and Married Womel
and Minore ( whose deposit*CHU only he witb
.Irawn hy thenmolvce, or, in cane of death, h;
(heir lo?al representatives,) wl*hiug tola;
aside funds fer fntnro use. an here affnrdoi
an opoortunitv of ilnponitinp their mean.
? chore they will rapidly accumulate, aud, a
tili;?ano time,lui sr^bjool to witbdrawalwnei
.teed ml. A ic If
Pickles, Fruits and Vetrctables.
"I CA DOZEN, in RU*H rind cans, of Ihe
choirest kinds, ns folio WP: Fngli.-h
Piee'alili ?nd Chow ( how; California Apricot*
and Hurtled Piara; Pino Apples, fresh Peach
Plums, H l raw hen lei?, Tomatoes, Green
Corn, Asparagns, S|im>ir-li Olives, Caners1
Worcester Snum, Pu neb ard English Mus?
tard, Dcs?leitlcil Cocoa Mit, ( 1 oe? Sate Pai-le
KfHence Coffee, ?c.; all fresh and for hale low
for cash. E. HOPE.
WlLWIKOTON.tjOLCwWkW?TiaTJBTA B. E..
Omac Q tB't Fu ?JGUT . A TICKET AOKHT,
rpBE atUmtion.of Merchanla, tihivvers.OJ
X Votl?n und Produc?, arid th??Mfifa*i*
rally, i* ?UT?ked lo" the direct1 c O-f?Wttf/f^ttOW
flinting between all interior po?r.ta in Struth
Carol gua ?nd Northern o) lies, by th* R?07i??if?
?*?B Wftdon liaUrcad, ?ndito connections Dio
Portsmouth or Ftlersburgi ?j: > . ph',
These various linee, connecting at tbcae
termibal pointu, afford faciliticb for shipments
td or from BALTIMORE daily .'PH ILaDEl>
I'll IA tri-wcoBly, NEW YORK UTO time? bet
week, HUSTON send-weekly. I) J*
Un ifni m ralea are maintained with all com?
peting linea. Nu detention oceure to ship?
ments, '?hr?uph bills hiding give u between
all stations and pointa'named. Batea And
olassilication sheels obtained of aU Agent?,..
Ibo passenger schedule of night Uainfrpm
and morning tiain into columbia'glvi.-r. a B?
l?rlor connection for all point h on Greenville
and C????Abi? ?mi Cb II HO i te, Colombia and
Angie-ta Hi Urotah', giving a Boy Linc count c
I lion via Pur tant?t: th, and an ali i oil connection
)ia Washlngtun, und avoiding all delays at
Columbia. ' ',
'lhiongh ticket? for enlo ni Columbia to ?ll
points North. For rates, dat tinea Hon a and
ul information, apply tn ,
A. POPE, G(u'l Freight 4 Ticket Agent.
J. C. WINDER. Gfii'l Rnp't . Jab 7 3mo '
tange of Sohedule. ,:c
Coi. CM io A &. AVOCBTA lt. R. Co.
WILMINOTON,JS. C., January 10.1872.
K mer PvilitfSWj"-- AFTER this-dote thu
sl'.-V^.y-W^cn- following schedule, ?ill
JU run by trains on tide road: ,
DAV EXPI11.8H TRAIN [DA1I.T.] i ,
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot| 3.50 AIM.
Arrive at'Colnmbia.. 1.16 P. M.
Leave Columbia. H.'iO A. M.
Arrive Wilmington LU i.iou Depot J 6.?0 P. AI.
NIGHT Exr-assa THAIN. ?
Leave Wilmington IL mon Depot] 6/45 P.' M.
Arrive at Columbia. 0.90 A.M.
Leavo Columbia..... G HO P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. G.un A. M.
No NIGHT TRAINS leave Wilmington or
Columbia Sunday P. M.
Jan 13 JOHN C. WINDER, Gon'l Bop't.
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CA HOLT NA RAILROAD COUPANT,
Co LUAUS IA, B. C., June 0,1871.
and alter bunuay, 21th iuetant: ,
HAIL AND PASSENGER TBA1N.
Leave Columbia at.7 40 am
Arrive at Charleston at.9-20. p ia
Leave Charlestouat.8.20 a m
I rrive at Columbia at.3.40 p in
NIOHT EXPHF.8S, FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [SundayB excepted.] oui 1
Leave Columbia at.7.C0,p ta
Arrive at Charlestouat.7.CO a m
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at..C OO a in
Camden Accommodation Train will con?
tinuo to run to Columbia BB lormorly-Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Vicc-Prcaldent.
fl. B. PICKINB. General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte. Colombia and Angosta E. B
COLUMBIA, S. 0., January 1,1872.
3WP35&ip ON and afterThurtday,
!Se5K*5tb instant, the following
schedule will be run over this road:
Train No. 1. Train No, 2.
Leave AnpnBta_. .318 A.M. 6.00 Bro.
Leave Columbia.8 22 A. M. 11.04 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte... . .2.09 P. M. 6.15 A; ll.
GOING BOUTS. i
Leave Charlotte.7.15 A. M. 7.80 P. H.
Leave Columbia.... 1.35 P.M. 2.C0 A. M.
Arrive Augusta.G.50 P. M. 7 80 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Both trains ranko close oop
ncctitm to all points North, South and Weat.
ThrougliMjekets eold and baggage checked
to all pi hicipal points. ,* '
E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E. lb DonsxT, G en. Freight and Tiokct Agent
Changeai" Schedule. '> <?
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. B. OO.j
COUPANT SHOPS. N. G., Juno 3.1871.
bo mn ovor this Road in accordance with tho
followihg TIME TABLE. L
Traine Going East. Traine Weat;
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. REAVZ.
Charlotte 5.35 a m 8.10 pm
Salieburv8.08am 8.23an. 5.26 pm 0.80pm
Gr'nab,o*11.08amll.l8am 8.25 pm 8.86 pm
Oo?hopl2 40 pm l.Oflpm 9.06 p m 10.16p m
Hillsb'ro 2.28pm 2.83pm 11.86 p m, 11.87 pm
Raleigh .5.05 p m 2.16 a ru, 2.40 ? m
Ooldeboro 7-20 a trt
CharlotU7.15am 8.00 p ra
Salisb'ry 4.32am 4.87 am 515 p xn 5.26 pm
Gr'nsb'n 1.25 am 1.85 am 2.10 pm 2 20 pm
Co Shop 1137p ni 12.02 am 12.3bpni 12,60pm
nillBlrol0.07 p m 10.C9 am 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Haleigh 6.5?pm 7 40am 8.45am
GoldBb'o 8.00 pm
June fi W. H. GREEN. Maa, Trana.
UrtenviHe ano Colombia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., MARCH 1,1871.
(Pjj ON and aftor this
_date, tl?e following
hodulu wih bu run daily, Sunday a excepted:
Leave Colombia at. 7 00 a. ni.
M Alaton.0.10 a. m.
" Cokisbury. 8.10 p.m.
?? Relton.,.5.001p. m.
Arrive at Greenville.. 6.80p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 6.15 a. m.
" Bolton. 8.05 a.m.
" Cokctbnry.10.07 a.m.
" Abhoville. flinn, m.
Newberry. 1.60 p.m.
?. Alston..".. 4.05p.m.
TUOS. DUDAME AD, General Sup.
M. T. pAiiTt.rTT. General Tickt t Agi nt.
Summer Sehet!ale STOTUTETH..
cammki DOWN TRAIN, UP riBAIN.
IffiEriwlv Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave
t?nart?tnburp.. ' r? 80 5.25
Ratesvllle. 6.00 6.(0 4 f8 4.5?
l'aculet. G 08 CIS 4 40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 0.48 4.(5 4.10
Uniouvillo. 7 25 7.50 3.05 8.25
Hantue.. 8 20 8 25 2 80 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8 45 2.10 2.16
Shelton. 0.15 9.20 1 86 1.40
Lyles' Ford... ?.40 9 45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.50 12.65
Aleton. ll 00 12.00
May 24 THOA. B.JETER. President.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Leave Anderson.6.00 P. M.
" Peudleton.7.00 "
Arrive at Walhalla... .8.30 "
Leave Walhalla.0.45 A. M
. " Parryville.4.30
Arrivent Andersen.....6.30 "
Walting at Anderson one nour for tnt avrivi !
of up train on OrrenviHc and Coltin.l ii Read.
July 'J Wi H. D. GAILLARD, Sup.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
TT don't contain Cocnculns Indiens l it a
Rerri'-s lr? muk? Blocnv n?r headache.
Michigan Fino-C? -"Indian Girl."