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THE PH CEN IX, I
V 'll! snKD :>AlliX AND TBI-WEILSLT.
TH g GLEANER,
.iVKUT IVKDSE8DA? MOBNINd.
"# / J J L i A N A. SELBY,
HUirO? 4?D PBOPBIETOBr
Office on Richardson Street, near Taylor
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.'tr nook ?nd Job Printing ol every doa orip
tio : promptly aud faithfully &ttendod to.
? aily, eix monthB, 14 00; Trl-Woekly, 2 5C;
Weekly, 1 ?0.
lQ8ortci in the Daily et 75 cents per square
? jr tne first and 50 conta each subsequent in?
Bircion. Long advertisements by the week,
mouth or year, at reasonable rates.
How a. l'aper ls Made-A Parody.
"Pray, how 1B a newspaper made?"
Tho question is easy to ask,
But to answer it iully. my dear,
Were rather a difficult task;
And yet in a bantering way,
As the whippoorwill alnge in tho glade,
I'll venture a bit of a lay,
To tell how a paper is mado.
An editor eito at bia doak
And ponders the things that appear
To be claiming the thoughts of tho world
Things solemn, and comic, and queer
And when be has bit oa a thorne
Ho judges it well to parado,
He writes, and he writes, and he orites, .
And that's how a papor is made.
An editor aits at bis desk,
And puzzles his brain to make out
"Telegraphic" so squabbled and mixed,
It ia bard to tell what it's about.
Exchanges are lying around,
Whita waiting despatches delayed,
He clips, and he clipa, and he clips,
And that's how a paper ia made.
An editor oat in the town,
In search of tho things that are new
The things that the people have done,
The things they're intending to do
Goon peering and prying about,
For items of many a grade;
He tramps, and be tramps, aud Le tramp*,
And that's bow a paper io made.
And all that these workers prepare,
Of every conceivable stripe,
Is sent to tho printer, and ho
Proceedeth to atiak it in t jpn ;
His linos, all respecting kiB mil.
In slow-moving columns parado
He atioks, and ho eticas, and he sticks,
And that's how a paper is made.
In short, when the type is all set,
And errors cleared up, more or lese,
'Tis "locked in a form," aa wo say,
And hurried away to th? press;
The pressman' arranges bis sheets,
Hie ink gives the requisito abade,
Then ho prints, and he print?, and ho prints,
And that's how a paper ie made.
AN EXTRAOHDINAHY FEAT. -The North
China Newa tells the following: An ex?
traordinary feat has been performed by
a Buddhist priest, with the view of rais?
ing money to build a templo at Soochow,
whence the man had come on a begging
expedition. He found people indiffer?
ent to his holy object, and very unwilling
to part with their dollars, With a devo?
tion more than worthy of the canse, be
resolved to stir np so mo interest and
canse money to flow in by an extraor?
dinary expedient. He annonnced among
the Ohinese that he would allow himself
to be locked np in a wooden box for
seven days, daring which he wonld re- .
main in an upright position, and with?
out food or sleep. Oa Wednesday after?
noon, he waa accordingly placed in a
cage about 2>? feet wide and 5>? feet
high, just sufficiently large to admit him
standing upright. The bottom of the
cage was studded with nails, so that his
feet should have space only between the
nails sufficient for them to rest, and a
oouple of alight bara in front formed a
fest for his arms. The native publio
were invited to prove the genuino cha?
racter of the mortification, by looking
the good man themselves if they pleased,
and about thirty people brought looks
of different kinds and secured the door
as many times over. The cage was a
dose one, with a few open bars near the
bottom for the admit sion of air. It was
placed in a joss-room in Hoophe Road,
passing in and out of whioh a crowd of
people might be seen day and night,
during the seven days, religious exer?
cises being engaged in the while, by the
priests. The devotee endured his pain?
ful incarceration with remarkable forti?
tude, the only relief afforded him being
an occasional glass of water, and he
emerged looking to all appearance little
the worse. On examination, his pulse
was found to beat sixty-fonr, and was
steady, while his skia was moist though
hotl .After his release, the cage was
broken up and sold piece-meal to the
Ohinese, every nail bringing more than
its weight in silver. The desired result
of calling forth liberal subscriptions was
also attained. ,*.'..' r
, . '?,>*.?
At Montravail, in France, a property
has recently been sold in the court-yard
of whioh stands the famous "Montravail
. oak" whioh naturalists assert to be more
than 2,000 years old. This noble tree is
tb ns capable ?of measuring existence
with the forest giants of Calaveras Coun?
ty, California. This oak, whioh is en?
tirely hollow, has had its interior pro?
vided with stone benches, on which
twelve persons eau comfortably sit aronnd
a table, and an entrance door and two
windows have been oat out of its sides.
In order to ascertain its age, M. d'Or
bigny out out a niece of its entire thick?
ness and boiled it in oil, whioh is an in?
fallible mode of bringing to light the
separate layers produced by each year.
By this method, in counting from the
centro to the circumference, he was
easily able to prove that the number of
layers amounted to two thousand and
some hundreds. This tree is of course
a great natural cariosity, and every year
numbers of persons visit that neighbor?
hood to view so venerable a relio of the
past, whioh was living and yielding shel?
ter, as now, to the birds of the air whole
centuries before the birth of Jeans Christ.
The most gallant nan ever heard of, is
one who refrained from kicking a dog
that bad bitten bim, because it was a
female dog. . "If it wasn't for yonr sex,"
said he, ''I'd kick yonr head off."
"I TAKES IT ALI. ns SAME."-An
honest, thrifty, well-to-do German, in a
Connecticut city, applied to a wealthy
land-lord, who rents a great,, many
Rouses. iii'y ;
"The house is to let, . certainly," said
the owner, "and upon inquiry,; I; find
you to be responsible and a suitable man
for a tenant; you shall have it." ?a
"Vera gpot, Mr. H-, yoa makes
just aa many questions aa yon mind,. I
takes the boase when you gets ready"
Two days afterwards, the house owner
called upon the German. "Well," be
said, "I've inquired pretty generally
concerning yonr character and means,
and as everybody Bpeaks of you as an
honest, respectable man, of abundant
property, you can have the house."
"Veil", den," said Hans, "I takes de
house. And I wants to tell you I've
asked all about you among de peoples,
and dey say that you is de meanest laud
lort in de town; but I takes de house all
INEBRIATION IN FRANCE.-There is so
much more inebriation in Paris, we may
say in France, than formerly, that
strenuous measures aro demanded to
diminish the evil. It was observed even
in work-shops, where alcohol is used in
making colors, that the violet alcohol
disappeared, and dead rats were put into
the reservoir to disgust the men, bnb
even this was not effective. In the hos?
pitals, they have caught the sick drink?
ing camphorated spirits. In 1830, an
edict was made that the "crimes" of
drunkenness, blaspheming or homicide
should be punished. For the first of?
fence, bread and water; second, prison
and whipping; third, public whipping;
and fourth, amputation of sn esr and
banishment. We fear should this be
inflicted in America, we should be in
danger of becoming a one-eared race.
How TO KEEP IOB. -This is positively I
stated as the very last and best mode of I
keeping ice during the hot weather. We '
presume the feathers will be a very easy
item to procure, in these days of tough
beef: "Make a double pocket of strong
woolen cloth, no matter how aoarse and
faded it is. Have a space of two inches |
or so between the inner and outer pock?
ets, and pack this space as full as possi- !
ble with feathers. You have no need to
uso geese feathers; hens' feathers are
just as good. With a pooket thns con?
structed and kept closely tied at the
mouth, a few pounds of ice may be kept
Saratoga belles are raving because a
paper in that place asserts that the pret?
tiest girl in that section is an Indian
maiden that sells bead-work, at the
An illustrated daily paper is spoken of ]
in New York.
Mies M. A. Buie's Institute,
AC Aiken, S.C.
MISS BUTE ie so well known it
is not necessary to present her :
claims to her friends. Bhe will I
open her School on the 2d day of
SEPTEMBER, in Aiken, S. O. For
olrcuiars, apply to MISS BUIE.
WE are in reoeiptcf letters making known
to us tho high estimation in whioh we
are held as the proprietor and manufacturer
of HEINITSH'a BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS.
The very high appreciation thus voluntarily
exhibited ia a source not only of plo asare but
of profit. Thus practically encouraged, we
firopose to go on with the good work of send
ng relief to thousands of tho sick at very lit
tlo coat. Read the following letter from North
A letter from Raleigh, North Carolina,
speaks of Heinitsh's Blood and Liver Pills, in
the following emphatic language: "Your
Blood and Liver Fills should bo called the
'Euroka.' My wife will give you a certificate
testifying to their remarkable curativo pro?
perties. For females, the beet pill out."
Heinitsh's Blood Pills are adapted to all
ages, sexes and conditions, in all climates;
good for Liver Complaint, Biliousness, Head?
aches, Chills. Try them; only twenty-five
cont s a box. For sale only at the family medi?
cine store of E. H. HEINirSH.
June 7 t
Excursion Seaton of 1672,
THE WILMINGTON LINE,
COMMENCING JUNE 1, 1872.
WILMINGTON. MAT 81,1872.
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETB oan
be procured at the office of Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, to the fol?
lowing well-known and attractive Virginia
Watering Places sad Summer Resorts: Green
brier White Sulphur Springs, Rockbridge
Alum, Roth Alum, Hot or Healing, Sweet or
Sxoeet Chalybeate, Coyner, Alleghany, Mont?
gomery Waite Sulphur. Yellow Sulpnur, Kit
lrelt'8 Springs, North Carolina, and the en?
tirely now and firBt class Sea-side Watering
Place in Hampton Roads, Virginia-Vueae
Also, a full line oi Excursion Tickets via the
"Bay Line," to all prominent Northern Lake
and New England Sea-aido Watering Places,
by variable and attractive routes.
Those Tickots 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, S. 0.
American Club Fish.
>?$f????5 A DELICIOUS rollah; better
and much cheaper than Sardines. For sale
by _HOPE A GYLES. _
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
All fresh and for salo low for caBh hy
Jane 16_HOPE f? GYLES.
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
iHmoked Beef, for Bale low. HOPE A GYLES.
The Doctors Recommend BeegerB'Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Sootcb
Ale. Why? They know it ls unadulterated
North Carolina Hay.
7IX BALES good N. 0. HAY, for falel ow
O by_HOPE A QYLE8.
Everybody is nraising HEINITSH'S MEDI?
CINES. His pills are in everybody's mouth;
cures liver complaint.
Book. Job And Newspaper
STEAM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
THE Proprietor of
the PHCENIX baa fitted
up and thoroughly
furniBhod bia office
with latest improved
material for ex?cution
of all kinds Printing.
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Tho Tvpo, Bsrdcr.Rule, Ornaments,Cute,kc
aro of MODERN STYLE and carefully ?elected
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and Mechanics, supplied with any style work
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With the LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, the style, quality and coat of
work cannot fail tu give satisfaction.
Ordere from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and work promptly forwarded.
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rhieia thc only
tho interior of
two, threo and
can bo put up in
plain Black or
and examino spo
J. A. SELBY,
tho Btato whero
BILLS, ?tc, Ac,
good a ty le, either
GREW warn HEIGHT un FAS WES inte.
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTUBING CITIES.
Tlirco Times ?. Wetk-Tneidoy, Thnnday and Hoiurdny,
ELEGANT STATE-ROOM AGCOMMODA1 IONS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Honrs Shorter, "via Charleston."
V, TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 BALES MOr.T'HLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
A ND connecting Roads Weet, in alliance with (be fleet of thirteen flrat clave SltamuhfpB
?\_ to the above porte, invite attention to the qnick time and regular def patch afforded to
the businees public in the ditton .Staten at the
PORT O F1 CHARLESTON,
OfTering facilities of rail and aca transportation for Freight and Paeenigf ra not cxeclled in
excellence and enpacity at aDy other port. The following splendid Ocean Steanic-re are regu?
larly on tho line:
TO NEW YOIIK.
M. t?. Woodhull, Commander.
R. W. Lockwood, Commander.
James Derry, Commander.
T. J. Lockwood, Commander.
JAMES ADGElt & CO., WM. A. COURTENAY,
8. Holmes. Commander.
T. J. Beckett, Commander.
J. Kcnnedv, Commander.
WAGNEU, HCGEH 4 CO.,
Agouti), Charleston, S. 0.
TO PHI LADRLPUI A.
Iron Rtenmehip? VIRGINIA, C. Hinckley, Com'der. GULF STREAM, Alex. Huntrr. Com der.
SAILING DAYS-THURSDAYS. WM. A. COURTENAY.?Agcnt, Charleston, B. C.
FALCON, Hainic, Commander. MARYLAND, JohcBon, Commander.
SEA GULL, Dutton. Commadner.
Sailing Days-Every Fifth Day PAUL C. TREND OLM, Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
Rates guaranteed us low as thoao of competing lines. Marine lnauruuco, one-half of one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can bo had at all principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tc nm HM e and Miseieeippi.
State Kooma may be Bccured in advance, without extra charge, by addreeeiDg Agents of
tho Bteamahipe in Charleston, at whoBO oilier a in all can H tho Railroad TicletB ehould bo
exchanged and Berths ateigned. Tho 1 brough Tickets by thia route include Transfers,
Meals and State Room, whilo on shipboard.
The Boutb Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, acd their cenreclir g linee, have largely
increased their facilities for tho rapid rxovement of Freight and I abtcDgire between the
Northern cities and tho South and West. Cotnfortiblo Night Cais, with the Holmee Chair,
without extra charge, havo been introduced on thc South Carolina haili cad. first claee
Eating Beloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Railroad, liret cia?? Bleeping Cara.
Freight promptly traneferrcd fr cm Steamer to day and night traine ot the 8outh Carolina
Railroad. CloBo connection mado with other Roads, d elive til g Freightt at dietant pointB
with great prompt neta. Tho managers will nee every exertion to eathfy their patrons that
tho line via Charleston cannot bo buipaeeed in detpateh and thc eal? delivciy ol goods.
For further information, apply to J. M. BELKIEK, Supe rintel dei 1. C Lai lc Mc n, 8. C.; B. D.
H A SELL, General Agent, P. O. Box 4,979; Office 317 Broadway, N. Y. : 8. B. FICKFNH. Genoial
Passenger and Ticket Agent, South Carolina Railroad. ALFRED L. TTIEB,
July 16 }Gmo Yicc-Presidcnt South Carolina Raihoad. Charleetcn, S. CT
Columbia Music Store
Ly Br and & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention ot
tho public to an examination of their
STOCK OP MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons. Braes and Silver Band Instru?
mente of all kinds. Also, Sheet Musio and
Instruction Cooks for every clues of Mupical
Instruments on hand at all times. Sheet
Music ?out by mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of Musical Goods sent by
ExpreeB, when ordered, to any part of the
.state, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organe for eale cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Vi ??HOB for other parties to any poin
deni cd, at moderate piiccs.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaran teed to thor o favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music and ilnsical Mercbandieo. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Buuk Building,
Columbia. S^C._ Nov 7
M. H. BERRY'S
Mainstreet, near Plain.
NOW on baud and daily re?
ceiving from tho manufac
torioa.of New York, BoBton,
Cincinnati and Louis vii lo, the.
_largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Snits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; aiso, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
ihortost notice and in the beet manner.
Terms caBh and Gooda cheap. Oct 30
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
ColonadeBow, Vendue Hange, Charleston, S. C,
. DEALERS IN
Scotch, Fig and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply of
In store, 100 tons EGLINTON PIG.
Nov 28_ ly
-I f\f\ DOZEN AXES.
A\_J\^F 4t bales Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow Tus.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
200 pair? Truce Chains.
Just received and for sa'c at lowest market
price?. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Initial and Monogram Press.
IS now prepared, with a Preen and appe-r
taimneutd. to manufacture INITIAL PA?
PER and ENVELOPES to order, cinbo&bod
and in colins, ol' nil sixes and quality.
Kcops constantly in store a full stock of
Fancy and Staple STA ION ERY, BLANK
ROOKS, Fancy Articles and all gooda pertain?
ing to a first class Stationory House.
kjnkky~^\ Pavilion Hotel,
?fgj3tj??S CHARLESTON. 8. C.
flfMBTSL O.T. ALFORD A CO., Pro
"j'^iiuilr*~rrit t H 11 ; K. HAMILTON, Sup't.
YES, IRISH CHAMPAGNE! Why not?
Was not the great Apostle of 'Temper?
ance, Father Mathew, an Irishman? Still,
were ho alive to-day, he would quaff a cup of
this beverage, and, smacking his lips, bless
tho man who invented "Irish Champagne."
This can bo drank with perfect safety by tho
Knights of Pythias. Good Templars, or Bad
Templare, Sona of Malta, 8ous of Temper?
ance, or anybody cleo's sons or daughters,
masons, brick-layers, chimney-sweeps-in
fact, anybody, particularly thoao who woar
Grant hats and Greeley hats, or their own
hats, are invited fi atonally to imbibe (at
your own expense, mindi) thia superlatively
This notico would have been further ex?
tended, but a man borrowed our ictionary,
and several big words wo intended to use are
necessarily omitted; but when that man ro
turua that Dictionary, tho public may expect
to hear from UB again.
May 18 _GEOROE SYMMERS^
Corn! Corn! Corn!
1K(\f\ BUSHELS primo White CORN,
. ZJ\J\J f>00 buttucla primo Mixed Corn,
Just received and for eale at reduced prices,
by JOHN AGNEW A SON.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
nnHE simplicity, durability, oaee ol mana pe
J. nient and great range nf work ot tina
Machine bas made it tho univrreal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machino tormore
than twenty year?, and hence it is no experi?
ment to buy one.
For sale on monthly iiists'mrnte, eecond
door bolow PBtKNix office, Columbia, S. C., by
A. J. PURSLEY,
Feb 27 Agent for Pnrsley A Tromp.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEREST ALLO WED A T TEE RATE O i
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANN UH,
ON CERTIFICA'! ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIN PER CENT. COU
PO UN PEP EVERY SIN
MONTES ON A COO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John R. Palmer. Vice-President.
A. Q. Brenizer, Cashier.
J. Ii. Sawyer, in genual cliaige.
JohD C. R. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Hats
bell, F. W.McMaster.K. H. EeiniteL, JchiiB.
Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
DanielRavenel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Ol
phantt and others may hore deposit their sav?
ings and draw a libera) rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trust oe e
wishing to draw interest on their tunde unti
they require them for business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to set apart ema!
tums for tueir children, and Married Womet
?ind Minore ( whose deposits can only ba with'
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, bj
their legal representatives,) wiehing to lay
asidefands for future use. are here afforded
au opoortunity of depositing their meant
whore they will rapidly accumulate, and, ai
Mi o same timo, bo subject to withdrawalwhej
G ESTHAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA. S. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, tSOO.OOO.
THIS Bank is now open for the transaction
of a general banking business.
CEBTirioATEB OF DEPOBIT, bearing interest
at the rate of seven (7) per cent, per annum,
will be issued.
Note?, Rill? of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stock?, Pond?, Gold, Silver bought and ?old.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
Sight Draft? drawn direct on all tho promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Rolland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letter? of Credit iaouod.
I arable in any of the above places
Drafts on all tho prominent cities in the
United States bought and sold.
Banking HOUBO opposite Columbia Hotel
Open from 0 to Sj,_Feb 28 ly
THE nndereigned hus Just opened a lot ol
IMPORTED CORDIALS, of various kinds,
embracing Perfect Love, Vanilla, Rose,
Anisette, etc. Aleo, Imported Maraschino,
Uoracoa and AbBintbe. T. M. POLLOCK.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococulus Indiens Fish
Serries to make sleepy or headache.
Change of Schedule.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA & AUGUSTA R. It. Co.
WILMINGTON, ti. C.. July 81. Ib72.
AFTER th IB date tl ?
-following schedule ?ill
be ruo by trains on thia road :
DAY EXP BESS TBAIN [DAILY. ]
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot i 8 26 A.M.
Arrive at Florence. 9.13 A.M.
Arrive, ci Colombia. 1.35 p. M.
Leave Columbia. 12.00 M.
Arrive at Florence. 4.10 P.M.
Arrivo Wilmington [Union Depot] 10.26 P. M.
NIGHT EXPRESS TBAIN.
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot] 6.45 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 11.S8 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 8.46 A. M.
Leave Columbia.10.20 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 2.09 A.M. .
Arrivo at Wilmington. 8.00 A. M.
Ko NIGHT TI1AIN8 leave Wilmington or
Columbia Sunday P. M.
July 31 JAB. ANDERSON, Qon'l Enp't.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta H. B
COLUMBIA, 8. G., June 9,1872.
fiem^ sf Erass?
schedule will be run over this road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Charlotte.COO A. M. 8.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.1.64 P. M. 3.40 A.M.
Arrive Augusta.7.45jP. M. 8.20 A. M.
Leave Augusta.C 35 A. M. 5 50 P. M.
Leave Columbia_12 36 P. M. 11.12 P. M.
Arrivo Charlotte.7.42 P. M. 6.00 A. M.
Standard Time ten minutes Blower than
Washington; six minnies ahead Colombia.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Bun?
daya excepted. Both trains niako cloee con?
nection to all points North, South and West.
Through tickets Bold and baggage checked
to all principal points.
E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
PASSENGER, THAIN SCHEDULE.
ISwillWLHHWrTtW I DAILY, Sundays
with Night Trains on South Carolina Railroad
up and down; aleowith Traine going North
and South on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Railroad, and Wilmington, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad.
Leave Columbia at.7.45 a. m.
Leave Alston. 9 35 a.m.
Leave Newberry.11.15 a. m.
Leave Cokeebury.2.45 p. m.
Leave Belton.4.80 p.m.
Arrive at Greenville.6.10 p. m.
Leave Greenville at. fi.SO a. m.
Leave Bolton. 8.30 a.m.
Leave Cokesbury.10.15 a. m.
Leave Newberry. 1.30 p. m.
Leave Alston. 3.20 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia. 610 p.m.
Anderson Brandi, and Blue Bidge Division.
Leave Walhalla. 4.45 a. m. Arrive 7.60 p. m.
Leave Perrjville 5 25 a. ra. Leave 7.15 p. m.
Leave Pendleton 6.10 a. m. Leave 6 80 p. m.
Leave Anderson 710 a. ra. Leave 5.30 p.m.
Arrivo at Belton 8.00 a.m. Leave 4.30 p.m.
Accommodation Trains run on Branch Roads
on Mondays, Wednesdays ana Fridays.
Leave Cokesbury for Abbeville at. .10.20 a. m.
Lem o Abbeville for Cokesbury.... 1.80p.m.
THOMA8 DODAME?D, Gen. Bup.
M. T. BARTLETT. General Ticket A gent.
Richmond and Danville Railroad.
-TABLE, in effect on and
alter Sunday, Juno 2, 1872:
STATIONS. MAIL. EXPBEB8.
Leave Greensboro.115 A.M. 10 00 A.M.
Leavo Danville. 3 54 A. M. 12 48 P. M.
Leavo Burkvillo. 9 10 A. M. 5 45 P. M.
Leave Amelia C. H_10 02 A. M. 0.40 P.M.
Arrivo at Richmond.. .12.62 P. M. 8.47 P. M.
Leavo Richmond. 2.35 P.M. 5.20 A.M.
Leave Amelia CH.4.50 P. BL 7.20 A. M.
Leave Burkvillo.5.45 P. M. 8 28 A. M.
Leave Danville.10 CO P. M. 12.55 P. M.
Arrivo at Greeneboro.. 1.10 A. M. 8.50 P. M.
Trains leaving Richmond at 2.35 P. M., and
at 5.20 A. M., connect at Greensboro with
trains on North Carolina Division, for all
points South. PaaBcngerB leaving Richmond
at 2.85 P. M., connect at Greensboro with
train for all pointa East of Greeneboro. Pas?
senger train leaving Raleigh at 7.60 P.M.,
connects at Greensboro with Northern-bound
Mail train, arriving in Richmond at 12 02 P.
M. JOHN R. MACMUBDO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. TALCOT, Engineer and Gen.Bup't.
NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION.
6TATION8. MAIL. EXPBEfS.
Leave Charlotte.8.40 P. M. 6.80 A. M.
Leave Salisbury.10.47 P.M. 8.47 A.M.
Leave High Point.12.28 A. M. 10 19 A. M.
Arrive at GreenBboro. 1.09 A.M. 1100A.M.
Leave Greensboro_1 60 A. M. 11.10 A. M.
Leave Company Shops 3 80 A. M. 12 21P.M.
Leavo Hillaboro.4.88 A. M.
Leave Raleigh.7 SO A. M. .
Arrive at Goldeboro.. .10 10 A. M.
Leave GoldibBro.4.00 P. M.
Leave Raleigh.7.16 P. BI.
Leave Hillsboro.9.81 P. M.
Leave Company 8hopB,ll 10 P. M. 2 15 P. M.
Arrive at GreenBboro. 12 24 A. M. 3 80 P. M.
Leave Greensboro... i 1.10 A. M. 4.C0 P. M.
Leave High Point.... 1.52 A.M. 4.40P.M.
Leavo Salisbury. 3 32 A. M. 6.13 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte... 5.35 A.M. 8 10 A.M.
l'aeeongor 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 tickets eame as ria
other routes. Mail train? daiiv, both wa>s,
over entire leDgtb of road. Express daily
between Company Shops and Charlotte (Bun
, days excepted.) All passenger trainB connect
' I at Greensboro with trains to and from Rich?
mond. Pullman Palace Cars on all night trains
between Charlotte and Richmond, without
change. B. E. ALLEN, Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. H. GREEN. Master Transportation.
change of Schedule.
BOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 9,1872.
Change of Schedule
to go into effect on
and after Sunday, 24th instant:
MAIL AND PA68ENOKU TBAIN.
Leave Columbia at. 7 40am
Arrive at Charleston at.8.20 p m
Leave Charleston at.8.10 a m
Zr rire at Columbia at.3.40 pm
NIGHT EXPRESS, PB EIGHT AND ACCOMMODATION
TBAIN. [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at.6.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.7.00 a n.
Leave Charleston at.1A0 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.6.40 a m
Camdon Accommodation Train will con
thine to run to Columbia as lormerly-Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-PreBidcnt.
8. B. PiCKiKB, General Ticket Agent.
Summer Schedule S. & U. R. R"
O-!1 DOWN TRAIN; UP TRAIN.
^S^SSS Arrivo. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg.. 5.80 6.25
Bateaville. 6.00 6.00 4.C8 4.63
Pacolet. 6.08 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 6.48 4.05 4.10
Unionville. 7.25 7.60 8.06 8.25
Santno. 8.20 8.25 2.30 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Bholton. 9.16 0.20 1.85 1.40
Lyles' Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10.05 10.10 12.60 1266
Alston. 11.00 1^,00
May 24 THOS.B. ETER. President