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PCntlHHtD BAILY ARDTBI-WEEEZ.T.
TH g GLEANER,
S7MHT WiCDNBSDAI M?B?IKO.
r v- JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOR A5?D PROPBIETOB.
Office ou Richardson Street, near Taylor
?rf- Book and Job Printing of every descrip?
tion promptly and faithfully attended tp.
J -.HT. six months, $4 00; Tri-Weekly. S 6?}
w..?kly, 1 50.
Inserted ta tho Daily at 75 cent? per square
for the first and 60 couts oaoh subs?quent in
iortion. Long advertisement? by the week,
non th or year, at reasonable rates.
m A Sons la Juno.
The brook went rippling, rippling,
Over the pebbles in June:
Through reeds and rushes it wound its way,
Humming a low, sweet tune.
The little forget-me-not listened,
And her blue eye beamed less bright,
And the startled lily ope'd wider
Her flowers of gleaming white.
O, brook! O, brookl now tell me
What thou to the flowers didst sa}?
But the brook, still rippliug, rippling,
Went lazily on its way.
The wind went sighing, sighing.
Through the tall trees in June,
And the chestnut blossoms shivered
As it sang its mournful tune.
The dove cooed ever more gently
Aa the whispering wind passed by.
And the hnnotV note sounded softer,
And sadder the bittern's cry.
O, windi O, windi now tell me
What thoa to the birds didst say?
But the wind, still sighing, sighing,
Through the forest atole away.
My heart waa beating, beating.
Faster that day in June, .
And a voioe within it murmured
A dreamy, dirge-like tune.
O, heart! O, heart! now tell me
What the voice to thee doth say?
And my heart did sadly answer,
"All things must pass away."
And the brook went rippling, rippling,
The wind sighed over the lea.
But the voioe in my heart sounded sweeter
The longer it saug to me.
DRAWN HT MARK TWAIN.
He next goes to breakfast, which is a
frugal, abstemious meal with him, and
consists of nothing but just such things
as the market affords-nothing more.
He drinks nothing but water-nothing
whatever but water and coffee, and tea
and Scotch ale, and lager beer and
lemonade with a fly in it-sometimes a
house fly and sometimes a horse-fly,
according to the amount of inspiration
required to warm him up to his daily
duties. During breakfast, he reads the
Tribune all through, and enjoys the satis?
faction of knowing that all the brilliant
things in it, written by Young, and
Cooke, and Hazard, and myself, are
attributed to him by a confiding and
After breakfast, he writes a short edi?
torial, and puts a large dash at the be?
ginning of it, tuns (-,) which is the
same as if he put H. G. after, and takes
a savage pleasure in reflecting tbnt none
of ns understrappers can UBS that dash
except in profano conversation when
chafing over the outrage. He writes
this editorial in his own hand-writing.
He does it because he is so vain of his
penmanship. He always did take an in?
ordinate pride in penmanship. He hired
ont once, in his young days, as a writ?
ing-master, but the enterprise failed.
The pupils could not translate his murks
with any certainty. His first copy was
"Virtue is its owu reward," and they got
it "Washing with soap is low and ab?
surd ;" and so the trustees discharged
him for attempting to convey bad morals
through the medium of worse penman?
ship. Bat, as I was saying, he writes
bis morning editorial. Then he tries to
read it over, and can't do it, and so he
sends it to the printers, and they try to
read it, and can't do it; and so they set
it np at random, as you may say, patting
in what words they oan make oat; ana
when they get aground on a long word,
they pat ia "protection" or "universal
suffrage," and spar off and paddle ahead;
and next morning, if the degraded pub?
lic can tell what it is all about, they say
that H. G. wrote it; and if they can't,
they say it is one of those imbecile
understrappers, and that is the sud of it.
Oa Sandays Mr. Greeley aita in a pro?
minent pew in Mr. Ohapin'a chu rob, and
lets on that ho is asleep, and the congre?
gation regard it as eccentricity of genius.
When he is going to appear in public,
Mr. Greeley spends two hours on his
toilet He is the most pains-taking and
elaborate man about getting up his dress
thtt lives In America. This is his chief?
est and pleasantest foible. He puts on
his old white overcoat and turns up the
collar. He puts on a soiled shirt, saved
from the wash, and leaves one end of the
collar unbuttoned. He puta on his most
dilapidated hat, tarns it wrong side be?
fore, cants it on the baok of his head,
and jams an extra dent in the side of it.
He puts on his most atrocious boote, and
spends fifteen minutes tucking the left
leg of his pants into the boot-top in
what shall seem the moat oaralesa and
unstudied way. But his oravat-it ia
into the arrangement of bia cravat that
. be throws all his soul, all the powers of
his great mind. After fixing it for forty
minutes before the glass, it is perfect-it
is askew in every way-it overflows his
coat-collar on one side and sicks into ob?
livion on the other-it climbs and it
delves around about bis neok-the knot
is conspicuously displayed under his left
ear, and it stretches one of his long ends
straight out horizontally, and the other
goes after his eye, in the good old
Toodles fashion-and then, completely
and marvelously appareled, Mr. Greeley
strides forth, rolling like a sailor, a
miracle of .astounding costumery, tho
awe and wonder of the nation I
Nico dishes. Monkey outlets and p?r
rot pie, were served up to a South
1 A TONS NO. 1 TIMOTHY HAY^for salo
L*k. by E. HOPE.
Ordlasncc to KitAbllah Board of Ht nit li.
SECTION 1. Be il ordained, by the
Mayor and the Aldermen of the city of Co?
lumbia, in Council assembled, That a
Board of Health be, and tbe same is
hereby, established, which shall consist
of twelve members, to be chosen by bal?
lot by the City Council/at their first
meeting io May of each aod every year;
and said Board shall bo so chosen, that
three of them shall be elected from Ward
No. 1, three from Ward No. 2, three
from Ward No. 9, and three from Ward
No. 4, seven of whom shall constitute a
quorum; and if any person so elected a
member of the Board of Health, shall
refuse or neglect to perform the duties
hereafter required, he shall, upon con?
viction thereof before the City Council,
forfeit and pay the sum of $45: Provided,
That no person shall be compelled to
serve moro than ono year in every three.
8fcc. 2. Be il further ordained. That
the said Board of Health, of whom seven
shall constitute a quorum, shall meet at
?east ones a fortnight from the first day
Jane to the first day of November of
each and every year, and at such other
times and ut such places as they may
deem necessary and convenient, for the
purpose of receiving and communicat?
ing all possible information relative to
the health of the city, and to advise and
consult together respecting tho preserva?
tion of tbe same; and shall have full and
ample powers to adopt and carry into
effeot all snoh measures, rules and regu?
lations aa they may deem necessary to the
discharge of the trust hereby confided
to them; and each and every practical
physician within the city is hereby re?
quired to give immediate information of
the existence of any contagions or malig?
nant disease to the Board, or. to any mem?
ber thereof, and at all convenient times
to aid and advise the said Board in the
preservation of the health of the city,
and in the preservation or suppression
of contagions or malignant diseases.
SEO. 3. Be il further ordained, That it
shall be the duty of each and every
member of the said Board to cause to be
removed, from the streets within the
Ward ander his or their charge, all of?
fensive substances or nuisances tending
to endanger the health of the citizens of
the city; and the Chief of Police and bis
assistants, and the Superintendent of the
Streets, are hereby required, without de?
lay, to obey all orders or precepts that
shall be given them, or either of them,
by either of the members of said Board
respecting removal of such nuisances.
SEC. 4. Be ii further ordained, That
the said Board of Health, or any mem?
ber thereof, shall have power, and are
hereby invested with full authority, to
enter into and npon any lot, ground or
possessions of any person or parsons,
and thoroughly examino tho same; and
whenever the said Board, or any mem?
ber thereof, shall have cause to suspect
that any foul or noxious diluvia origi?
nates, or is collected in any bouse, cel?
lar, or in any enclosure whatever, shut
np from publie view, they, or any of
them, may demand entry therein, and
direct the same to be opened and venti?
lated, or the cause of such diluvia to be
removed, as maybe deemed necessary;
and if tbe owner or occupant cf such
lot, bonse, cellar or onclosuro shall refuse
or delay to open the same, or suffer it to
be examined and ventilated, or removed,
as aforesaid, or shall in any wise ob?
struct the said Board, or any member
thereof, or any policeman or other officer,
in discbarge of bis or their official duty,
snob owner or occupant shall bo fined
not exceeding twenty dollars for each
and every day he, she or they shall so
neglect, refuse or delay, after demand by
said Board, or any member thereof; and
shall also defray all expenses incurred in
the removal or suppression of such nui?
sances, ander tho direction of said
Board, or any member thereof.
SEO. 5. Be it further ordained, That it
shall be the duty of the City Clerk to
act as derk of the Haid Board of Health.
SEO. 6. Be it further ordained, That it
shall be the dnty ot i be Chief of Police,
or acting Chief of Police, to make dili?
gent inquiry as to all nuisances whioh
may exist within the oity; to receive all
complaints which may be made to him
concerning tho burne, and to report im?
mediately to any member or members of
the Board of Health having charge of
the Ward in which such nuisance ex
ist?; and it sholl be the dnty of the said
Chief of Police, or acting Chief of Po?
lice, to attend the meetings of the Board
of Health when required, and obey snoh
instructions as said Board of Health
may give relative to the health of the oity
SEO. 7. Be it further ordained, That
the Chief of Police, or acting Chief of
Police, shall have power, and is hereby
authorized and required, to demand
entrance into any lot, building, cellar or
enclosure, wherein be may suspect aoy
nuisance to exist, for the purpose of
ascertaining whether any such nuisance
does exist therein; aod if tho owner or
occupant of any snch lot, building,
cellar or enclosure shall refuse to permit
said Chief of Police, or neting Chief of
Police, so to enter for tho purpose afore?
said, or shall otherwise obstruct or hinder
him in tho discharge of the above dnty,
such owner or occupant shall forfeit a a d'
pay for each and every offence a sum not
exceeding twenty dollars.
SEO. 8. Be it further ordained, Thal
the second seotion of an ordinance,
passed on tho 16th day of April, A. D
1851, entitled "An ordinaooe to esta?
blish a Board of Health," be sc amended
os to require that every physician in the
city of Columbia shall report to tbe said
Board of Health, within twenty-foui
hours, the occurrence of any caso ol
contagious or malignant disease iu hil
practice, auder a penalty of ten dol?an
for eaoh and every case which he sbal
neglect, within twenty-four hours oftei
bis knowledge thereof, to report; saic
fino to be oollcoted by information be
fore the Mayor, or any of the Aldermen
SEO. 9. Be it further ordained, Tba
thia ordinance shall take effeot from ace
after its ratification, and that all ordi
nances heretofore of force repugnant ti
tbis ordinaooe be repealed.
Book. Job and Newspaper
STEAK PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
THE Proprietor of
the PHOENIX has fitted
ap and thoroughly
furnished his office
with lateet improved
material for execution
of all kinda Printing.
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Tho Tvpe, Berder, Bulo, Ornamente, Cuts.&o
aro of "MODERN STYLE and carefully selected
The PrcsBes are
of tho M OH
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Professional Men, Merchants, Manufacturera
and Mechanics, eupplitd with any mylo work
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A large stock f^j^ ii^i^Ttfn
of Card?,Card ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
With the LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, the etyle, quality and coBt of
work oannot fail to givo satisfaction. .
Orders from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION,and work promntly forwarded.
Chinin tho only
the intorior <>f
two, thren and
oan be put up in
plain Black or
and oxamino spe
J. A. SELBY,
tho Stato where
four ah cot POST
BILLS, ?fcc., Ac,
Rood stylo, either
EMT Mil FUKHT AMI HUH Ul,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, KEW YORK, BOSTON,
THE NEW ENGLAND CITIES.
THREE TIMES Bgeffl3^ES^B A WEEK.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
ELEGANT STATE-ROOM ACCOMMOEAHONS.
Sea Voyage IO to 12 Hours Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL CAPACITY, ?Q^Q^M^)^^ 40,000 BALKS MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
A ND connecting Roads Weet, in alliance with tho fleet of thirteen ?rat class Steamships
OL to the above ports, invite attention to the quick time and regular despatch afforded to
thu business public iu thc Cotton btates at tho
POUT OF CHAH li E 8 T O !S ,
Offering facilities of rail and sea transportation for Freight and PaesengrrB not excelled in
excellenco and capacity at any other port. The following splendid Ocean Steamers are regu?
larly on the line:
TO NEW YORK.
M. t?. Woodhull, Commander. S. Crow ell, Commander.
CHAMPION, SOUTH CAROLINA,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander. T. J. Beckett, Commander.
CH ABLESTON, CLYDE.
JameB Berry, Commander. J. Eennedy, Commander.
JAMES ADOER, ASHLAND,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander. -ID gram, Commander.
JAMES ADOER A CO., WM. A. COURTENAY, WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
Agents, CharloatoD, 8. O.
Iron Steamships VIRGINIA, C. Hinckley, Com'der. GULF STBEAM, Alex. Hunter. Oom der.
?JAILIKQ DATS-TH?BSDAY8. WM. A. OOURTENAY.JAgent, Charleston, 8. C.
FALCON, Hainic, Commander. MARYLAND, Johnson, Commander.
SEA GULL, Dutton, Commadner.
Sailing Days-Everv Fifth Day PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
Rates guaranteed aa low as those of competing lines. Marine lnsuranco, one-half of one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can be had at all principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tc nncaece and Mississippi.
State Rooms may be secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
tho Steamship! in Charleston, at wbose offices in all cases the Railroad Tickets should be
exchanged and Berths assigned. The 1 brough Tickets by thia route include Transf?ra,
Meals and State Boom, while on shipboard.
The South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, and their conmctii g lines, have largely
increased their facilities for tho rapid movement of Freight and I Bftci cei* between the
Northern cities and tho South and West. Comfort rblo Niftbt Cars, v. il h the Holmes Chair,
without extra cbnrgc, havo been introduced on thc South Caioliia baihosd. First class
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Railroad, first clue? Sh ej lng Cars.
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to doy and Dight ti sinn ol the South Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made with other Beads, dcliveij] g Fl (if. ht f1 at diftent points
with great promptness. Thc managers will usc every (xirlion to tatitiy il (ir ratici.sthat
tho lino via Charleston cannot he PU rp a te cd in dc-t-patch bini tl ? ? i.l? r1? h\? ty ol poe-?e.
For further information, apply to J. M. SELKIRK, Su? rril td di 11. < LathH< t>, d. O.; B. D.
BA BELL, General Agent, P. O. Box 4,070; Office 817 Broadway, N. Y : H. B. IJCKFNB, General
Passenger and Ticket Agtnt, South Cnn lina Railroad. AIF1IF1) lt. 1YIKH,
Jan IC 4Gmo Vice-president South Cat?lica Baili on d, Charlcetcu, 8. C.
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
ploasuro in calling tlio attention of
. the public to an examin?t ion of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, cou
sietingof Fianoa, Churcli and Parlor Organe,
Melodcous, Violine, Guitar*, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons, Braus and Silver Band Instru?
menta of ul) kinds. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Booka for evt ry olaf s of Musical
Instrumente on hand at all times. Sheet
Music sent hv mail, poet paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds ot Musical Gooda sent by
Kxprcss, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for sale cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Molodcons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to 1'acLing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties to any poin
desired, at moderate prices.
All orders promptly at ten dod to and satis?
faction guaranteed to thoeo favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor afreet, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Columbia. S. C. Nov 7
M. H. BERRA'S
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and d.tily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Lonisville^thc
largest assortment of FUE
N1TURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of diff?rent
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTER INO and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the beet manner.
Terms cash and Oond? cheap. _ Oct 80__
MOSES GOLDSMITH & BON,
Colonade How, Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C,
I) KAI. EH sIK
Scotch, Pi? and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply of
In store, 100 tons EGLINTON PIG.
NOT 28_ ly
Pickles, Fruits and Vc ce tab les.
1 Kr. DOZEN, in glasa and cans, of the
Lt JV / choieoH t kinds, as follows: English
Ficcalill and Chow Chow; California Apricots
and Bartlott Pears; Pine Apple?, fresh Peach?
es, Plums, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Green
Corn, Aspangns, Spanudi Olives, Caners'
Worcester Sauce, French and English Mus?
tard, Dessicated Core? nu I, Chocolate Paste,
Essence Coffee, ftc; all firth and for ?ale low
for cash. HOPE ft GYLES.
i j~\f^ DOZEN AXES.
1UU 48 bales Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow Ties.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
200 pairs Trace Chains.
Just received and for Bale at lowest market
prices. L?RICK ft LOWRANCE.
Groceries, Wines and Liquors.
AFULL SUPPLY of CHOICE FAMILY
GROCERIES, in all their varieties. Best
brands Champagnes, Wines, Liquors, ftc,
auitablo for Christmas, on hand and for sale
low,by_JOHN AGNEW ft BON.
Choicest May Butter.
5TUBS "Gilt Edge" new GOSHEN BUT
_ TER._GEO. 8YMMERS.
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
Por Blgbt Is Priceless!
Out the Diamond Spectacles will Presero lt.
IF yon valno your eyesight use theeo PKU ?
FKCT JhRnSKS. Ground from minute
crystal pobbloe, molted together, and derive
their namo "Diamond" on account of their
hardness and brilliancy. They will last manv
years without change, and aro warranted su?
perior (o all others, manufactured by
J. E. SPENCER ft CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.?-None genuino unless stamped
with our trado mark. WM. GLAZE, Jewelor
and Optician, is solo agent for Columbia, H.
O.,from whom they can only bo obtained,
noddlere employed. July 21 illly
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Ry Committee of Practical Machinists.
aAHE Bimplichy. durability, caer of matiace
mt-nt mid great tange of woik of tbia
Machine has irir.de it tho nniverpal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machino lor more
than twenty >L&rs, and hence il ia nu experi?
ment to buy ene.
Eur sale on monthly inata'nw nts, Bccond
door below I'ntEMS i fiit-e, Columbia, 8. C., by
A. J. PURSLI.Y,
Feb 27 Agent f(.r I'nraley A. Tiump^_
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
? ? ?
INTEREST ALLO WEE A T TEE EA TE 01
SEVEN FER CENT. TER ANNUM.
ON VER TIFICA 1 ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX FER CENT. COM?
EO UNDED E VER Y SIX
MONTES ON ACCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer. Vice-Pr?sident.
A. G. Brenizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, in geneial cbuige.
John C. B. Smith, Assiatant Cashier.
?ide Hampton, William Martha, A. C. Has*
F. W.McMaster.E. H. HeuiiUh, ?itt B.
'.'aimer, Thomas E. Gregg. Colrmbia.
J. EU Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott,Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
DanielBavenel, Jr.. Charleston.
Meohanics, Laborera, Clerks, Widows, Ol*
phana and other? may here deposit tbeirsav*
inga and draw a liberal rate ot interest there*
on. Plantera, Professional Men andTrustee*
wishing to draw interest ?ii theil Inndc anti'
they require them for business or othei pur*
ponce: Parents desiring to set apart amal]
mni for meir children, and Married Women
nod Minors (whose dopositBcan only be with
drawn by themselves, or, in oase of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for fntnre nef?, are here afforded
un opportunity of depositing their meant
whore they will rapidly accumulate, and, ai
UioHsme timo, be subject to withdrawalwhen
ie ed ed._Aug 18
GENTBAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA, B. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL,, $500,000.
THIS Bank is now open for the transaction
of a general banking business.
C KUTI vi OA TX H o?' DEPOSIT, bearing interest
at the rate of seven (7) per oont. per annum,
will be issued.
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi
donooa of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Silverbovahf and sold.
Mutilated Currency purohaeen at a small
Sight Drafts drawn direct on all tho promi?
nent placos in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit ieaued,
i ayablo in any of the above places
Draft B on all tho prominent cities in the
United States bought and sold.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open from 0 to_8._Feb 28 ly
Powder. Shot, &c.
AF?LL ASSORTMENT of Gun and Blast?
ing POWDEB, Bhot. Lead, Percussion
Caps, Gun-wads, Ac. on hand and for sala
low, at wholesale and retail, by
Dec 20 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Change of Schedule.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA A A?GCETA B. R. CO. i
HUPKBINTKBDKNT'B OlflCB, ^
WILMINGTON, N. C., Jabe 8. 1878.
Ctf? TRI SBa?fi?t AF?EU this dato tb?
aWPjMfctnp^i'^T? following schedule will
be run by trains on ibis road :
DAT EXPHEHHTHAIN [DAILY.]
L-eavo Wilmington [Union Depot] 6 25 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. 8.13 A. M.
Arrive at Colombia. 1.35 P.M.
Leave Columbia. 12.16 P. M.
Arrivo at Florence-. 4.10 P.M.
Arrive Wilmington [Union Depot] 10.26 P. M.
MIGHT EXFD.EEB THAIN f
Leave Wibnington [Union Depot] 6.45 P. M.
Arrive at Florence.1188 P.M.
Arrive at Columbia. 8.46 A.M.
Leave Columbia.10.86 P. M.
Arrivo at Florence. 2 09 A. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 8.00 A. M.
No NIGHT Th Al NH leave Wilmington or
Columbia Sunday P. M.
Juno 9 JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Bnp't.
Charlotte. Colombia and Augusta K. R
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 9, 1872.
JS2 ?Wft CS?S?i^ ?N and Rftor Monday,
OW 5ft! 153^?? J uno ll, tho following
echedulo will be run over thu road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Len ve Charlotte.COO A. M. 8 20 P.M.
Leave Columbia.1.C4 P. M. 3.40 A. M.
Arrive Augusta.7.46|P. M. 8.20 A. M.
Leave Augusta.G 35 A. M. 5 50 P.M.
Leave Columbia....12 8G P. M. 11.12 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.7.42 P. M. 0.00 A. M.
Standard Time ten minutes Mower than
Washington; six min?tes ahead Columbia.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daUy, Sun*
days excepted. Both trains make close con?
nection to all points North, South and Weat.
Through tickets sold and baggage checked
to aB principal points.
E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. Donan, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agen
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
PASSENGER TRAIN BCIIEUUL.E.
SHARDS DAILY, Sundays
with Night Traine on South Carolina Railroad
np and down; ?IBO with Trains going North
and South on Charlotte, Coln Tibia and Au
gUBta Railroad, and Wilmington, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad.
Leave Columbia at.7.45 a. m.
Leave Alston. 9 85 a. m.
Leave Newberry.11.15 a. m.
Leave Cokesbury.2.45 p. m.
Leave Belton.4 80 p. m.
Arrivo at Greenville.G.10 p. m.
Leave Greenville at. O.S0 a. m.
Leavo Belton. 8.30 a. ra,
Loave Cokesbury.10 15 a. m.
Leave Newberry. 1 30 p. m.
Leave Alston. 3 20 p m.
Arrivo at Columbia. 5 10 p.m.
Anderson Brauch and Blue Bidge Division.
Leavo Walhalla. 4.45 a.m. Arrive 7.50 p. m.
Leave Perrjville 5.25 a. m. Leavo 7.15 p. m.
Leave Pendleton G.10 a. m. Leave G 80& ni.
Loave Anderson 7 10 a. ra. .Laave 6.8A?tq.
Arrive at Belton 8 00 a, gnu l/favs 4>*0pM.
AccommodationJ?rame raacttSrapch Holpe
on Mondays, W?Beedaya and fridays. '
Alleville Branch. '
Leave Cokesbury for Abbeville at..10.20a. m.
Leave Abbeville for Cokesbury.... 1.80 p. m.
THOMAS DODAME?D, Gen. Sup.
M. T. BARTLETT, General Ticket Agent. _
Richmond and Xian ville Railroad.
a ^W&rf*' QOING NORTH.
'STATIONB. MAIL. KS rn Et a.
Leave Greensboro. 1 15 A. M. 10 00 A. M.
Loavo Danville. 3 54 A. M. 12 48 P. M.
Leave Burtville. 9 10 A. M. 5 45 P. M.
Loave Amelia C. H_10 02 A. M. C?40 P. M.
Arrivo at Richmond.. .12.02 P. M. 8.47 P. M.
Leave Richmond. 2.85 P.M. 5.20 A.M.
Leave Amelia C. B. 4 50 P. il. 7 20 A.M.
Leave Buikville. 5.45 P. M. 8 28 A. M.
Leave Dan?ille.10 60 F. M. 12.55 P. H.
Arrivo at Greensboro.. 1.10 A.M. 3.50 P.M.
Trains leaving Richmond at 2.35 P. M., ar.d
at 5 20 A. M., connect at Greensboro with
trains on North Carolina Division, for all
points 8outh. Passengers leaving Richmond
at 2 35 P. M., connect at Greensboro with
train for all points East of Greensboro. Fae
eenger train leaving Raleigh at 7.50 P.M.,
connects at Greensboro with Northern-bound
Mail train, arriving in Riohmond at 12 OS P.
M. JOHN R. MACMUBDO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. 'JALCOT, Engineer and Gen. Bnp't.
NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION.
STATIONB. MAI!.. EXrBEfB.
Leave Charlotte.8.40 P. BI. 6.80 A. M.
Leavo Salisbury.10.47 P. M. 8 47 A. M.
Leave High Point.12.28 A. M. 10 19 A. M.
Arrive at Greensboro. 1.09 A. H. ll 00 A. M.
Leave Greensboro_ 1.50 A. M. 11.10 A. M.
Leave Company Shopa 8 80 A. M. 12 21 P. M.
Leave Hillsboro...4.38 A. M.
Leave Raleigh. 7 80 A. M.
Arrive at Gold bb oro.. .10 10 A. M.
Leave Goldsboro.4 OS P. M.
Leave Haleigh. 7.16 P. M.
Leave Hillsboro.9.31 P. M.
Leave Company Sbops.ll 10 P. M. 2 15 P. M.
Arrive at Greensboro.12 24 A. M. 3.80 P. M.
Leave Greensboro.... 1.10 A. M. 4.00 P. M.
Leave High Point.... 1.62 A. M. 4 40 P.M.
Leave Salisbury.? 82 A. M. G 13 P. M.
Arrivo at Charlotte... 5 86 A.M. 8 10 A.M.
Passenger train Icavirg 1. a leif b . t 7 15 P.
M., connecte at Grtibfboro with r-ni them
bound train; m alni, g the qnk-kitt time to all
Northern eitiis. Pi ce of i h-Ut s aime ae via
other runt. e. Mail nain? daily, both ways,
nv. r entiio let gtb of road. Expresa daily
bet ween Company Shops and Charlotte (8ns
days excepted.) All passenger trains connect
at Greensboro with traina to and from Bich?
mond. Pullman Palace Care on all night traina
between Charlotte and Richmond, without
change. 8. E. ALLEN. Gen. Tickot Agent.
W. H. GREEN, Master Transportation._
Change of Echedule. "
SoCTB CABOLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 9,1671.
rag - mm [ WMMIB Ch ange of Schedule
fl?rflfil?fi?W< to go into effect on
and after Sunday, 24th iuetant:
HAIL AND r-ASBENQEB TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at.7.40 am
Arrive at OharloBton at.8.20 p m
Leave Charleston at.8.20 am
i rrive at Columbia at. 8.40 pm
NIGHT XXFBE8S, FKEIOnT AND ACCOMMODATION
TRAIN, [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at.0.60 p ta
Arrive at Charleston at..7.00 a a
Loave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.C.40 a m
Camden Accommodation Train will con
tinue to run to Columbia as formerly-Mon?
days. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TXLER, vice-President.
8. B. PICKINB, General Ticket Agent.
" Sommer Schedule 8. & U. E. E.,
nmnn DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
??gfmWt* Arrivo. Leave. Arrivo. Leave.
Spartanburg.. 5 80 6.25
Bateaville. G.00 G.OO 4.C8 4.53
Pacolet. 0C8 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 G.48 4.05 4.10
Unionvillo. 7.25 7.60 8.05 3.25
Santuo. 8.20 8.25 2.30 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Shelton. 9.15 9.20 1.35 1.40
Lylea' Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10.05 10.10 12.50 12.56
AlBton. 11.00 12.00
May 24 THOS. B. JETER. President.