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?:vtli? ffEDSlHUA? MORNING.
-< ' JUL!AN/ A. SELBY,
ED1TOU AXD PUOPUIETOll.
dinoa onBiehardson Street, near Taylor
-r tiuok ?nd Job Printing of ovory dosorip
tio i promptly and faithfully attended to. .
. SUBSOBIPTIOHV \
Daily, six months, $4 00; Tri-Wookly. 2 6C:
Weekly, 1 50.
Inserted in the Daily at 75 cents per square
for the first sad 50 conta eaoh subsequent in
ssrtion. Long advertisements by the week,
month or year, at reasonable rates._
A correspondent of the New York
Tribune, writing from Kalamazoo, Mich.,
makes a novel suggestion, whioh may be
of use in the campaign. Alluding to the
custom in former campaigns of building
"log cabins" and' "wigwams" aa places
for holding political meetings, he thinks
that the "farm-house" might be made a
symbol of great power and influence.
His idea is to apply the name to the
place of meeting in each village and
town, whether it be a reading-room for
campaign papers or the regular campaign
club-room. He thinks the symbol espe?
cially significant at the present time,
since it typifies the home-circle, "where
Wayward and estranged brothers may
meet and be reconciled--a symbol of that
love and reconciliation whioh now pre?
dominate in our national politics, and of
which Horace Greeley, resting in his
'farm-house' at Ohappaqua, is the living
embodiment and representative." In
oonolusion, he says: "While the 'white
hat* symbolizes the man of Ohappaqua,
let his 'farm-house' typify a puro and
loving Government-a Government that
has a heart big enough to love all its
children, and an honest, pure purpose to
deal justly by them all. Let us build
'farm-houses' all over the land."
A New York letter, of Monday, says:
"The streets in the lower part of the
oily to-day presented an unusual speota
clo, reviving one's recollections of tho
late Fran co-German war. A body of
abont 2,000 natives of Alsace and Lor?
raine marched down Broadway, to the
musi? of the Marseillaise, to the office of
the Frenoh Consul, in Bowling Green,
and there solemnly registered an oath
never to submit to Kaiser Wilhelm. At
about tho same time another procession,
composed of Teutons, carrying the Ger?
man flag, vere passing down Barolay
street, within a stone's throw of the
Frenchmen, en route to a Shutzenfest at
Hoboken. The Bpeotaole was a fair illus?
tration pf the cosmopolitan oharaoter of
the city; at the same time that it reflect?
ed the good sense of Gauls and Teutons
alike, that they could thus have their
celebrations at the same time without
interrupting each other or coming into
hostile collision in our streets."
The white residents of the Feejee
Islands recently declined to eomply with
the laws whioh they themselves had
made for the government of the king?
dom. Thereupon, King Thakombau
told them that if they refused to obey
their own statutes, he would return to the
old cannibal codo, whioh provided that
an offender, white or black, should jost
be knocked on the head and then roast?
ed and eaten.
The Chinese at North Adams nay that
the habit whioh their ladies have of
bandaging their feet ie not hali BO ridi?
culous as the practico of American
ladies of plnohing their waists nntil the
heart finds refuge .in the alimentary
canal. The heathen Chinee are respect?
fully informed that the hearts of Ameri?
can indi es are not worn under their belts.
. Luther Burns, of Milford, New Hamp?
shire, split from his ledge, with one
blast, a blook of granite 100 feet long,
eighteen feet wide, eight feet thick, equal
to 14,200 oubio feet, worth deli?
vered on cars, nearly $6,000. It would
weigh nearly 1,200 tons, and required
140 cars to transport it to market.
A Pennsylvania paper states that a
table-spoonful of quicksilver was lately
found in an old grave in York County,
supposed to have been taken by the dead
man during life, in the form of blue mass
as medicino. This is a tough story to
believe, bot they must have practiced
medioine with heavy doses in that neigh?
borhood, some years ago.
A ca ri ou B phenomenon has just hap?
pened in Bussell County, Ya. The rooks
around a spring have been cracking and
making reports as loud as guns, and
some of them weighing from 400 to 600
pounds have been thrown np. The peo?
ple of that section are at a loss how to
account for it,
A Detroit woman was. lately married,
while her son, a young man of twenty,
who had appeared on tho scone with a
revolver, threatening to shoot the bride?
groom and preacher, was held, down and
eat on by some of the invited guests.
The Spaniards have an old saying
whioh tells us that "white hands never
offend"-whioh means that little faults
and indiscretions of ladies should always
be quickly pardoned.
An English miner after being appa?
rently hopelessly buried for ten hours,
was dug put safe and sound, but he will
never call Jonah's experienoo a "Ash
sjt?ry" after this.
A party of ladies have started from
P?rMand. for a 200 mile tramp around
the White Mountains, Verily, the
women-are moving ashwell as the world.
r The Detroit Free Press prints Bing?
ham, of Ohio, ''Brigham." Bingham is
not the man to marry women; he hangs
Chas. A. Rails, of Louisiana, thought
the musket wasn't loaded, and his son is
A new town oalled Greeley has been
established in Missouri, on the Platte
The debts of the ten Southern States
have been nearly quadrupled under the
mai-administration and plundering* of
the carpet-baggers, who haye been'-sus?
tained and upheld by the present Na?
tional Administration. Before these
States came finder carpet-bag control,
the entire1 debt bf the ten States was
876,415,800. Now it hns reached $291,
626,015, an increase of $215,210,715.
Here we have an increase of over $200,
000,000 in the debt of those States.
Snob are the blessings of the Slate Go?
vernments which Grant has been forcing
up?n the South and sustaining by both
the civil and military power of the Ad?
V'Kepatomeataterin," was the note
sent by a farmer to the school teacher in
the potato digging season, to explain his
boy's absence from school.
700 gallons of whiskey were destroyed
by lightning, in an Indiana town, the
other day, but it waa a pretty even tassel
between the two.
"Nature's nobleman"-Tho man Dio?
genes couldn't dud.
IS widely known as
one of the most ef?
fectual remedies ever
discovered for cleans?
ing the system and
purifying the blood.
Lt has stood the teat
j of years, with a con?
stantly growing r?pu?
tation, based on its
intrinsic virtues, and
sustained by its re?
markable eurea. 8o
mild as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to effectually purge out the groat corrup?
tions of the blood, such as tho scrofulous and
syphilitio contamination. Impurities, or dis?
eases that have lurked in the system for
years, soon yield to this powerful antidote,
and disappear. Hence its wonderful cures, >
many of which are publicly known, of Scro?
fula, and all scrofulous diseases. Vicers, '
Kruptions, and eruptive disorders of the
skin, Tumors, Blotches, Bolls, Pimples,
Pastales, Sores, St. Anthony's Fire, Hose
or Erysipelas. Tetter, SaltRhcum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, and internal Ulcera?
tion* of the Uterus, Stomach, and Liver,
It alsq eures other complaints, to which it
would not seem especially adapted, such SB
Dropsy, Dyspepsia^ Pits, Neuralgia,
Heart Disease, Female Weakness, Deb Lr |
Hty, and lieucorrhoea, when they aro mani?
festations of tho scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the spring. Ey renewing tho ap?
petite and vigor of the digestive organs, it I
dissipates the depression and I?SUCHB languor 1
of the season. Even where no disorder ap?
pears, people feel better, and live longer, for |
cleansing the blood. The system moves on
with renewed vigor and a new lease of life.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOTJ) BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
May 21 ?r*tmU
Every year increases the popularity of this
valuable Hair Preparation; which is due to
merit alone. We can assure our old patrons
that it is kept fully up to its high standard;
and it is the only reliable and perfected pre
?i ar at ion for restoring GRAY OH EAD FD HAiBto
ts youthful color, making it soft, lustrous
and silken. The scalp, ny its use, becomes
white and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff, and, by its tonio properties,
?ire von ts the hair from falling out, as it et ?mu
atea and nourishes the h air-plan da. By its
uso, the hair grows thicker and stronger. In
baldness, it restores the canillary glands to
thoir normal vigor, and will or?ate a new
growth, except in extreme old age. It is the
most economical If AIR DRESSING ever used, as
lt requiree fewer application?, and gives the
hair .a splendid glo3sy appearance. A. A.
Hayes, M. D., State Assayer of Massachu?
setts, says: "The constituents aro pure, and
carofully selected for excellent quality; and I
oonsider it the BEST PREPABATION for its in?
tended purposes." ,
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines.
Price One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
Ac our Renewer in many cases requires too
long a time, and too much care, to restoro
gray or faded Whiskers, we havo prepared
this dye, in one pr?paration; which will
quickly and effectually accomplish this re
ault. It is easily applied, and prodaces a |
ooh r which will neither rub nor wash o fi'.
Seid by all Druggists. Price fifty cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & 00.,
NASHUA. K. H.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
G. T. ALFORD St GO., Pro?
prietors; Jt. HAMILTON, Snp't.
Excursion Season of 1672,
THE WILMINGTON LINE,
COMMENCING JUNE 1,1872.
WILMINGTON. MAY 31, 1872.
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS can
be procured at tho office of Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, to the fol?
lowing well-known and attractive Virginia
Watering Places and Summer Resorte: Green
brier White Sulphur Springs, Rockbridge
Alum, Bath Alum, Hot or Mealing, Sweet or
Sweet Chalybeate, Coyner, Alleghany, Mont?
gomery Wliite Sulphur Yellow Sulphur, Kit
treWs Springs, North Carolina, and the en?
tirely new and first olasa Sea-side Watering
Placo in nampton Roads, Virginia-Vue ae
Also, a fullltn? ol Excursion Tickctstjfn the
?.Bay Line," to all prominent Northern Lako
and New England Bea-slde Watering Places,
by variable and attractive routes.
These Tiokots are good to return by No?
vember 1,1872. ' A. POPE,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
J. H. BOWEN, Agent Wilmington, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad, Columbia, 8. C.
Juno 0_; gmo
Everybody is delighted with the QUEEN'S
DKLIOBT. It cures all kinda of breaking out
of the skin, boils, 4c.
Book, Job and Newspaper
STEAM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
THE Proprietor of
the PHOMX baa fitted
np and thoroughly
furnished hie office
with latest improved
materialfor oxeen t?on
Of all kiuda Printing.
RRRR RR RR
The Type, Berdtr.Rulc, Ornaments, Cuts.&c
aro of MODERN STYLE and carefully selected
The Presses are ?L^&SL
A PP lt O VED if?S?fi.
of the MOS
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Professional Men, Merchants. Manufacturers
and Mechanics, supplied with any style work
TTTT TTTT TTTT
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A large stock
With tho LAUGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, tho style, quality and cost of
work cannot fail to give satisfaction.
Orders from abroad will receivo IMMEDIATE I
ATTENTION, and work promptly forwarded.
GGGGGGGGG G G
Thieis tho only
tho interior of
two, thrco and
can ho put up in
plain Black or
and examine ppo
tho State where
BILLS, rf:c, .V.o..
good style, either
eMTjwffl?M FREIGHT Al FASSBEB? LIM,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PD1LADELFDIA, KEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
- Three Times a AVctk-Tucniay, Thursday and Saturday,
^^ji^?^jN?^x ELEGANT STATE-ROOM ACCOMMODA HONS.
^illNrfSlb^K 8ea v?yaSe 10 t0 12 Hours Shorter, "via Charleston."
^^VjjK^JJ^ TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 BALES MO?THL?.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
A ND connecting Roads West, in alliance willi the fleet of thirteen first clasB 8ieamshfps
/\ to thu above ports, invite attention to tho quick time and ri gular despatch afforded to
tho business public in thu Cotton States at the
PORT OF CHARLESTON,
Offering facilities of rail and sea transportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in
excellence and capacity at any other port. Tho tallowing spit n?id Ocean Steamers are regu?
larly on tho line:
TO NEW YORK.
M. 8. Woodhull, Commander. 8. Holmes. Commander.
CHAMPION, SOUTH CAROLINA,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander. T. J. Beckett, Commander.
James Berry, Commander. J. Kennedy, Commander.
JAMES ADQER, ASHLAND,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander. -Ingram, Commander.
JAMES ADGER & CO., WM. A. COURTENAY, WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
AgentB, Charleston, 8. C.
Iron Steamships VIRGINIA, C. Hinckley, Com'der. GULF 8TF.EAM, Mex. Hunter, Oom der.
?AILING D KYS-THURSDAYS. WM. A. COURTE NAY,'.Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
FALCON, II a i nie, Commander. MARYLAND, Johnson, Commander.
SEA GULL, Dutton, Commadner.
Sailing Days-Every Fifth Day PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
Rates guaranteed as low as thoso of competing lines. Marine Insurance, one-hall of one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can be had at all principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tcnnesere and Mississippi.
State Rooms may bo Bccurcd in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
the Steamships in Charleston, at whoee offices in all cases tho Railroad Tickets should bo
exchanged and Berths acsigned. The Through Tickets by this route include Transfers,
Meals and State Room, while on shipboard.
Tho South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, and their ccnncctirg lines, have largely
increased their facilities for the rapid movement of Freight nod PasecDcers between the
Northern cities and tho South and 'West. Comfort i De Night Cars, with the Holmes Chair,
without extra charge, havo been introduced on thc South Carolii.a Railroad. First-class
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Railroad, first elate Sleeping Cars.
Frcigbt promptly transferred from Steamer to day and night trains of thc Sonth Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made with other Roads, delheiinp Freights- nt distant points
with great promptness. Thc managers will uso every exertion to tat is f \ their patrons that
the line via Charleston cannot he suipnsM d in despatch anet thc sale- eltliveiyoi goode.
For further information, apply to J. M. SELKIRK, Suie-rititei dc j t. Charl?te n, S. C.; B. D.
HASELL, General Agent, P. O. Box 4,979; Office 317 Brondwav, N. Y.: H. H. PICKENR, General
Passenger and Ticket Agent, Bout h Carolina Hatlre ad. ALFRED L. HIEB,
July 16 46mo Vice-President South Carolina liailioad, Chat lesion, 8. C.*
Columbia Music Store
Ly Br and & Son
TAKE pleaeurc in calling tbo nth nt inn nf
the public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organa,
Melodious, Violine, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons, Brasa and Silver Band Instru?
ments ol ah kinda. Alco, Sheet Mueio and
Instruction Booka for every class of Mueical
Instruments on baud at all times. Sheet
Music sent by mail, pout paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinda of Mueical Gooda sont by
Express, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for salo cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Melodcons tuned and re?
paired in a aatiafactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties to any poin
desired, at moderate prices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to tboto favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue ot
Sheet Muaic and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Columbia. 8. C. Nov 7
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, the
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
eelebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the beet manner.
Terms cash and Good? cheap._Oct 80
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Colonade Rotc, Vendue Range, Charleston, 8. C,
Scotch, Pig and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full aupplv ol
lu storo, IOU tous EGLINTON PIG.
Nov 28___ \y_
-j /~\?r\ DOZEN AXES.
_H_I\J' 4t> bales Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow Ties.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
200 pair? Trace Chains.
Just received and for sale at low est market
prices. L?RICK ft LOWRANCE. I
Initial and Monogram Press.
IS now prepared, with a Treas and apper*
tainuientH. tn manufacturo INITIAL PA?
PER aud ENVELOPES to order, omhoaeod
and in colors, ol' all sizes and quality.
Keeps conetantlyin atoro a fall stock ot
Fancy and Staple STA ION ERY. BLANK
BOOKS, Fancy Articles and all coode pertain?
ing to a flrut clasB Stationery Iloueo.
____ HONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
Vor Bight !* Prlcele_?l
Uui the Diamond Spectacles will Preterv lt.
IF you value vonr eyesight nee these PKR
?'KcT __nsfis. Ground from minuto
crystal pebbles, molted together, and derive
their name "Diamond" on account of their
hardness and brilliancy. They will last many
years without change, and are warranted su?
perior ' o all others, manufactured by
J. E. SPENCER A CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.-Nour genuine unless stamped
with our trade taurk. WM. GLAZE, Jowoler
and Optioian, ia solo agent tor Columbia, 8.
C.,from whom they can only be obtained.
N^noddlorn employed. Julv21 Illly
The Doctors Becommend Seegers'Beer
TN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? They know it is unadulterated
North Carolina Hay.
fTK BALES good N. C. HAY,for ealelow
I O by_HOPE A GYLES.
Evorybody is praising HEiNiTsn's MKOI
CINE8. Hid pills arc in everybody's mouth;
cures liver complaint.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Hi GUEST PREIUITJAI
M -, _B_?__ _______
__B___W 9ff$t)_fl_l_-& -~
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
fllHE BimpHcity, durability, case of manage
_L meat and great range of work of thia
Machine baa made it tho universal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machine for more
than twenty j ears, and hence it ia no experi?
ment to buy one.
For Bale on monthly instalments, second
door below Fna:xix < theo, Cn lu m bin, 8. C., bj
A. J. PUR8LEY,
Fob 27 _ Agent for rnrslcy _ Trump.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
-- ? .
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Beceived,
INTEREST ALLO WEI) A T TEE RATE OI?
SE VEN PER CENT. PER ANN VU.
ON CEP TIFICA 2 ES OF PEP O SI T,
AN1> SIX FER CENT. COM.
PO UN PEL EVERY SIX
MONTHS ON ACCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John lt. Palmer. Vice-Preeident.
A. Gr. Brenizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, in general charge.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant C-ahie:.
Wade Bampton, William Martin, A. C. Haa
t.el),F. Vi. MoMaater, li. li. Beii.it-L, JCI.LB.
Palmer, Thoniaa E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eil Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott,Newberry.
W.G. Mayes, Nowberry.
B. U. Rutledge,Charleston.
_ anielRavenel, Jr., Charleston
Mechanics, Laborer., Clerka, Widowa, uj
ph ans and others may here deposit their eav
iuga aud draw a liberal rate of intcrebt there*
on. flautera. Professional linn and Trustee,
wishing to draw interest en their funda nnti.'
they rociniro them for business or other pur.
posts: Parents desiring to set apart small
tums for tneir children, and Married Women
und Minors (wliOBedepositacan only be with*
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aaidefunds for futuro use. are here afforded
an opoortunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly aooumulate, and,at
i.hoaamo time, be subject to withdrawalwhen
GENTBAL NATIONAL BANK
OF CO-TjaiBIA. S. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL., tSOO.OOO.
THIS Bank ie now open for the transaction
of a general banking business.
CERTIFICATES or DEPOSIT, bearing interest
at the rate of seven (7) per oent. per annum,
will be issued.
Note; BOX? of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, Bonds, Oold, Silver bovght and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small !
Sight Drafts drawn direct on all the promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit issued,
[ ayable in any of the above places.
Drafts on all the prominent oities in the
United States bought and sold.
Banking House oppoBito Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 3. Feb 28 ly
THE undersigned bas Just opened a lot of
IMPORTED CORDIALS, of various kinds,
ombracing Perfect Love, Vanilla, Rose,
Anisette, otc. Also, Imported Maraschino,
(3nracoa and Absinthe. T. M. POLLOCK.
Seegers' Beer is Fare.
IT don't, contain Coooculus Indiens Fish
Berrice to make sleepy or headache.
Change of Schedule.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA & AUOUBTA B. B. Co.
H UPE HINTEN DENT'H OFFICE,
WILMINGTON, M. C., June 8. Ib72,
AFTER thia dato tho
following Bchedulo will
bo run by trains on thia road:
DAT EXPBESB THAIN [DAILY.]
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot | 8.25 A.M.
Arrive at Florence. 9.13 A.. M.
Arrive at Colombia. 1.8fi P. M.
Leave Colombia. 12.16 T?'. M.
Arrive at Flor?n co. 4.10 P. M."
Arrive Wilmington [Union Depot] 10.25 p'. M*.
NIGHT BXPBKHB THAIN.
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot] 6.45 P. M.
Arrive at Florence.11.88 P.M.
Arrive at Columbia. 8?46A!M!
Leave Columbia. 10.85 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 2.09 A. M:
Arrivo at Wilmington. 8.00 A. M.
No NIGHT TRAINS leave Wilmington or
Columbia Sunday P. M.
June 9 JOHN C. WINDER, Qen'l Bup't.
Charlotte.Columbia and Augusta H. R
COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 9,1872.
fij 0?? and ?,tor Monday,
-la?Juno ll, the following
echedule will bo mn over thia road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Charlotte.6.00 A. M. 8 20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.1.64 P. M. S.40 A. M.
Arrive AngUBta.7.45|P. M. 8.20 A. M.
Leave Auguata. 6 35 A.M. 5 50 P.M.
Leave Columbia_12 86 P. M. 11.C2 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.7.42 P. M. 6.00 A. M.
Standard Time ten minut?e Blower than
Washington; six min?tes ahead Columbia.
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 tickets sold and baggage checked
to all principal pointe.
? E. P. ALEXANDER, General 8up.
E.R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agen
Greenville and Colombia Railroad
PASSENGER TRAIN BCHETJULK.
SsamtMBHR DAILY, Sunday e
with Night Trains on South Carolina Railroad
up and down; alao with Trains going North
and South on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
guata Railroad, and Wilmington, Columbia
and Auguata Railroad.
Leavo Columbia at.... 7.45 a. m.
Leave Alaton. 9.35 a.m.
Leavo Newberry.11.15 a. m.
Leavo CokeBbury.2.45 p. m.
Leave Belton.4.80 p. m.
Arrive at G reen villo. 6.10 p.m.
Leavo Greenville at. 6.S0 a. m.
Leave Belton.8.30 a. rn?
Leave Cokeabury.10.15 a. m.
Leave Newberry. 1.30 p. m.
Leavo Alaton. 3.20 p.m.
Arrive at Columhia.5.10 p.m.
Anderson Brandt and Blue Ridge Bivision.
Leave Walhalla. 4.45 a.m. Arrive 7.50 p. m.
Leave Perrvville 5.25 a. ra. Leavo 7.15 p. m.
Leavo Pendleton 6.10 a.m. Leavo 6.30 p.m.
Leavo Anderson 7.10 a.m. Leave 6.80 p.m.
Arrive at Belton 8.00 a.m. Leave 4 30 p. m.
Accommodation Trains run on Branch Roads
on Mondays, Wednesday a ano Fridays.
Leavo Cokesbury for Abbeville at. .10.20 a. m.
Leavo Abbeville for Cokesbury.... 1.80 p. m.
THOMAS DODAMEAD, Gen. Sup.
M. T. BABTLETT, General Ticket Agent.
Richmond and Danville Railroad.
Bm LuUlUifia?D CONDENBED TIME
WteeygSgS'TART.E, io effect on and
after Sunday, June 2, 1872:
I GOING NORTH.
STATIONS. MAIL. EXPHEBS.
Leave Greensboro.1.16 A. M. 10 00 A. M.
Leave Danville. 3 54 A. M. 12.48 P. M.
Leave Burtville. 9.10 A. M. 5.45 P. M.
Leave Amolia CH_10 02 A. BI. G.40 P. M.
Arrive at Richmond.. .12.02 P. M. 8.47 P. M.
Leave Richmond. 2.85 P.M. 5.20 A.M.
Leave Amelia C. H.4.50 P.M. 7.20 A.M.
Leave Burkville.5.45 P. M. 8 28.A. M.
Leavo Danville.10 60 P. M. 12.65 P. M.
Arrivo at Greensboro.. 1.10 A.M. 8.60 P.M.
Trains leaving Richmond at 2.85 P. M., acd
at 5.20 A.M., connect at Greensboro with
trains on North Carolina Division, tor all
pointe Booth. Paasengera leaving Richmond
at 2.35 P. M., connect at Greensboro with
train for all pointe East of Greensboro. Pas?
senger train leaving Raleigh at 7.50 P.M.,
connects at Greensboro with Northern-bound
Mail train, arriving in Richmond at 12 02 P.
M. JOHN B. MACMUBDO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. TALCCT, Engineer and Gen. Bup't.
NORTH CAHOL1NA DIVISION.
STATIONS. MAIL. BXPBEF8.
Leave Charlotte.8.40 P. M. 6.30 A. M.
Leavo Salisbury.10.47 tr. M. 8.47 A. M.
Leave High Point.12.28 A. M. 10.19 A. M.
Arrive at Greensboro. 1.09 A. M. ll 00 A. M.
Leavo Greeneboro.... 1.50 A. M. 11.10 A. M.
Leavo Company Shops 3 80 A. M. 12 21 P. M.
Leave Hillsboro.4.38 A. M.
Leave Raleigh.7 SO A. M.
Arrive at GoldBooro.. .10 10 A. M.
Leave Goldebsro. 4 00 P. M.
Leavo Raleigh.7.15 P. M.
Leave Hillsboro.9.31 P. M.
Leave Company 8hope.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.
Leavo Hieb Point_ 1.52 A.M. 4.40 P.M.
Leave Salisbury. 3 32 A. M. 6 13 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte... 5.35 A.M. 8 10 A.M.
Passenger train leaviDg Raleigh 11 7.15 P.
M.. connects at Greensboro with Northern
bound train; making the quickest time to all
Northern cities. Price of ticketa same as rio
other routes. Mail trains daily, both ways,
over entire length of road. Express daily
between Company Shops and Charlotte (Sun?
days excepted.) All passenger trainBconnect
at Greensboro with trains to and from Rich?
mond. Pullman Palace Cars on all night trains
between Charlotte and Richmond, without
change. S. E. ALLEN, Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. H. GHEES, Master Transportation.
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CABOLINA RAILBOAD COMPAHY,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 9,1872.
SZ. Change of Schedule
f? to go into effect on
and after Sunday, 24th instant:
MAIL AND PA 88LNGKB THAIN.
Leave Columbia at.7 40 a m
Arrivo at Charleston at.3 20 ? ni
Leave Charleston at.?...8.10 a m
A rrlve at Columbia at.S.40 p m
NIGHT EXPBEB8, FBEIOUT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [Sundays excepted.]
Leavo Columbia at. . . .O.oO P DJ
Arrive at Charleston at.7.C0 a m
Leave Charleston at.^M0 p m
Arrive at Columbia st....6.40 a m
Camden Accommodation Train will con?
tinue to run to Columbia aa loimerly-Mon?
days, Wodnosdayo and Saturdays.
A. JJ. TYLER,Vice-Pr?sident.
S. B. PIOKINS, General Ticket Agent.
Sommer Schedule S. & U. R. R.,
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrivo. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartsnburg.. 5.80 5.25
Bateavillo. 0.00 6.00 4.C3 4.53
Pacolet. 6 08 6.13, 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 6.48? 4.05 4.10
Unionvillo. 7.25 7.60 8.05 8.25
Santuo. 8.20 8.25 2.30 2.85
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Shelton. 0.15 0.20 1.35 1.40
LyloB* Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10.05 10.10 12.60 12.53
May 24 THOS.B. ETER. President