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t?j ULISnHD DAILY AMD THI-WKUKLI.
.-.VERY WQDNK?n&T ?miMN?l.
V JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOU AMD PItOPBIETOB.
.linea on Rioharason Street, near Taylor
WT Book and Job Printing of ovory doecrip
ilia promptly and faithfully attended to.
0 ?.ily, six months, ti 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 6C j
Weekly, 1 50.
Iaeorted in tho Daily at 75 cents per Bquaro
for t ho first and 50 cents oach subsequent In?
sertion. Long advertisements by the week,
month or year, at reasonable rates._
An itinerant nreacher thus describes the
rough trip ho had in preaching to tho boya:
1 talked of sin, and they listened in awe
As I tol? of its cause and govorning law
In most effective- manner;
Ami ono from ont the gathered throng
Cried out in pathoB doop and Btrong,
"That** what's tho mattor with Hannah!''
I looked around for the troubled darno
And oailed her out by her given nemo,
(For I did not know the other;) t .
And said with a sigh, whioh the crowd omltl
"Woman, called Hannah, if thou art noar,
Approach thy Christian brother."
My hearers laughed at my oarnest cry;
And ''Put a shanty over bis eye!"
Cried some, in mocking fashion;
Dat I j)aid no heed to ibo scoffing few
"Ilanpab, my sister, I call for you ?
In love-not wrath or paaaion.
"Como, then, to the alt ir, oh, child. of wot I"
Then spoke another, "Not any for Joe;"
I wondered at bim, slightly.
And ssid, "Oh, Joseph, tho noah 'is weak;
It makes me tremble to hear yon sneak
Ol,holy thin}?s so lightly." J, *
Then, up from tho heathen, came a cry
Of "Bat!$ ? old follow," -How's that for high?"
It fsirly made me shiver;
And I trembled in heart, as well as in limb, f
Aa they fiendishly screamed, "Put a head on
And pitch him into tho rivei !"
But I stood my ground, and commenced to
tell, . .
O? t?rriblo Aros m a terrible hell 1
That Would burn them up forever
If they lived for the world; said a. mun of pelf,
"Oh, polly, you know how it is yohrsolf."
To this ! answered, "Never 1"
And started home, as they would not yield,
And I had neither sword nor shield
That might defend my banner;
And to-day I sigh for tho ?lough of sin
Which one poor woman is working in,
Whoso given np.me ii Hannah.
How TO LIVE CHEAPLY.-Dr. Dio
Lewis relates how he lived for a week on
food that cost fifty-four and a quarter
cents. He worked hard meantime, and
gained half a pound. He took two meals
a day. The following are specimen ones:
Sunday, breakfast-hulled Southern
oom, with a little milk; dinner, the
esme; total cost, six cents. Tuesday,
breakfast-two couts' worth of beaus,
with a half ceut's worth of vinegar.
Wednesday, dinner-two conta' worth of
beef stew, a quarter of a cent's worth of
popper, and a cent's worth of hominy
pudding. Saturday, dinner-lobster,
three cents; bread, one cent; hominy
salad, one oent; cracked wheat and milk,
two cents. Thia day he had a "spree"
-cost, seven cents.
THE GREAT DISTINCTION.-A little girl
of five summers was the happy recipient
of a velvet cloak, of whioh she was very
proud. One day, soon afterwards, she
was discussing her dresses, their beauty,
style, ?co., when her mother, by way of
sipping her vanity in the bud, said,
"My dear, do you not know there are
moro important things to talk about
than dresses?" Quickly she replied,
"Oh, yes, mamma-velvet cloaks."
G BAND OPERATIC AND BALLAD CON?
CHED IN Bim ALF OF THE SOOTH CAROLINA.
MONUMENT ASSOCIATION.-The Board of
Directors of the South Carolina Monu?
ment Association beg to announce that a
concert in behalf of their association will
be given in Columbia, early in Novem?
ber. A number of oelebrated amateur
performers of this pl?oe, besides seve?
ral gentlemen from other parts of the
State, have generously lent their services
for tbe occasion.
The programme and full particulars of
the concert will be published some
weeks prior to the fair, so that pursotiB
residing in distant parts of the Statu
may avail themselves of this opportunity
to enjoy a rioh musical treat.
The Monument Association has pur?
chased a site for the Confederate monu?
ment, and bopes soon to lay the corner?
stone. A large sum is still needed to
complete the work, and we appeal to all
for aid-to those whose privilege it wan
to fight by tho side of tho gallant dead
whose deeds we commemorate; to the
mothers and wives of these men; to their
obildrou, who, in years to come, are to
redeem South Carolina; and lastly, to
those who love liberty and who honor
tho past and pray for the future of our
SOOTH CAROLINA MONUMENT ASSOCIA?
TION.-COLOMBIA, S. C., September 20,
J872.-The Board of Directors of the
South Carolina Mouument Association,
encouraged by tbe success of the bazaar,
last year, and yielding to the urgent
request of a great,, number of persons,
Uko pleusure in announcing that they
will open a "monument restaurant" at
the fair grounds, on the first day of the
fair, and will not close their sales until
after the distribution of prizes.. This
restaurant is entirely under the control
of the Board of Directors of the associa?
tion, nod the Executive Committee is
appointed from their number. Lunches
will be served from ll A. M. till 4 P. M.
Contributions of meats and poultry,
as well as of money are solicited, and
may be sent to either of the following
ladies, who composo tbeEzeontive Com?
mittee: Mrs. J. T. Darby, MisaLaBordo,
Hrs. ty. H. Gibbes, Miss I. D. Martin.
Bonds for Sale.
THE Charlotte, Columbia and Angosta
Railroad Company, will sell $100,000 of ita
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, bearing intereet
at tho rate of 7 per cont, per annnm. at 80
and accrued interest on 100-making tho in
ve?tnr n??rly 0 per cent, per annum, in addi
tloJ to the discount. Apply to M. P. fegram,
Cashier FirBt National Bank, ?harlotto, C.
Bouknicht, Treasurer, or .
Sept 25 WM. JOHNSTON. Preaident.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP!
^$50?T? o os
lu Bank to Pay Prizes,
A FULL DRAWING IN SIGHT.
THE GRAND GIFT CONCERT, for tho
benefit of the Publio Librar? of Ken?
tucky, is postponed to SATURDAY, the Tth of
December, for tho following reasons:
1. Tho failure of certain ageuis to make re?
turns iu time for the drawing to take pince
2. Tho accumulation of orders during the
last few days to aucb an extent thal it waa not
posaiblo to QU them and have the drawing on
the 28th. 1
3. The general expressed deeire of ticket
holdors.that a full drawing might be had,
even if it made a short postponement neces?
?. Tho belief of tho management that by a
short postponement tho remnant of unsold
tickets oau bo disposed of, and all tho prizes
paid in fud, without (ho necessity of auy pro
rata scaling down.
For these reasons, coupled with tho earnest
desire io benefit tho Publio Library by a larger
balance, and the tic ko t- h old er a by larger git ts,
the concert and distribution have been post'
poned to Saturday, tho 7th of December, 1872.
On that day and no other tho drawing will
positively and unequivocally como off in the
great hall of the Publia Library building, be?
ginning at precisely G o'olock A. M., and con?
tinuo until the wholo of tho 1,000 gifts aro
Tho payment of lb? girts will begin the third
day after the drawing, and continue for nix
months, in current funds, by tho Farmcra'
land Drovcra' Bank, or by sight draft upon tho
Fourth National Bank, New York, at tho op?
tion of the gift ticket-holders.
I.ist or Gifts.
One Grand Gift, Cash._$100.000
Oue Grand Girt.$50,000
1 Cash Gift.$25 000 4 Cash Gifts.$2 OOO each
1 Cash Girt.'20,000 15 Cash Gifts. 1 ruo each
1 Cash Girt. 15 000 I 20 Gash Gifts. Odd each
1 Cash Gift. 10.000 j 21-Cash Girts. 800each
1 Cash Gift. 9,000 i 23 Cash Gifts. 700caoh
1 Cash Gift. 8 000 35 Cash Gifts. GOO each
1 Cash Gift. 7 000 45 Cash Gilts. GOOoach
lCaahGift. G 000 50' Olih Girts. -100 each
ICaahGift. 5.000 GO Gash Gifla. SOOeach
1 Cash Gift. 4 000 100 Cash Gifts. 200each
1 Cash Girt. 3.000 I G12 Cash Girts. 100 each
Total, 1,000 Gifts, all Cash.$500,000
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Wholo tickets, $10; halves. $5; quarters,
$2.50; ll wbolo tick, ts for $100; 28 for $225; 50
for $500; 113 for $1,000; 225 for 12,50?; 575 for
$5,000. No discount on loss thau $100 worth
of tickets at a time.
The money neeeaaary to pay in fall all tho
offered gifte ia now upon deposit in the Farm?
ers' and Drovers' Bank, as will bo seen by the
following certificate of the Caahier:
FABMEBS' AND DBOVEBS' BANK.
LOUISVILLE, Kv., Sept. 2G, 1872.
This ia to certify, that there is now on de
fioait in this bank over half a million of dol?
ara to the credit of tho Gift Concert fund,
$500,000 of which is held by this bank, as
Treasurer of the Publie Library of Kentucky,
to pay off all gifts to be awarded at the draw?
ing. R. s VEACH Cashier.
Hon. JOHN BABBEE, Manager of the Royal
Insurance Company, Liverpool, and Colonel
JILBON P. JOHNSON, Proprietor of tho Galt
House, will aot as a committee on the part of
the Trustees to take charge of the tags be?
f?te the drawing, count them, place them in
the wheel, and personally eoe that corres?
ponding numbers for all tho tickets sold go
into the wheoh After the drawing is over,
the wheel, with its contents, will be placed in
the handa of a oommitteo on the part of tho
ticket-holders, to satisfy themselves whether
all the tickets sold were represented in the
Blind children, in full view of the audience,
will alternately draw the tags from one of the
g lana wheels and the gifts belonging to them
from tho other, and the official record of the
drawing thus conducted will be kept by three
tellers chosen from different banks in the city.
The drawing will bo published in the Louis?
ville papers and New York Herald, and official
copios mailed to all parties out of Louisville
to whom tickets have been sent by letter.
The remnants of tickets yet unsold will bo
furnished to those who first apply for them,
and as general a distribution of thom will be
made among agents as their limited number
will permit. No agent will be permitted, on
any account whatever, to hold or sell a ticket
for the management arter the 25th or Novem?
This postponement bas boen mado by ad?
vice of tho Trust?e?, with the sole object of
the real benefit of both the ticket-holder and
the Publio Library, and all concerned may
rest perfectly assured that tho positivo and
final programme here announced will bo car?
ried ont to the letter.
THOMAS E. BRAMLETTE.
Agent Publio Library Kentucky, Public Li?
brary Building, Lnnisvillo, Kentucky.
SF.PTKMDEH 26. 1872. Oot 5 swlG
Fall Champagne-Balletin No. 2.
And Where ;.:.?-y SSoat AbountS.
IN offering our steck of imported BRAN?
DIES, WINES, SCOTCH WHISKEY, AC,
wo beg to inform our customers that no pains
have boon spared to make tho same completo
in varioty and unexcelled in quality. We are
determined, in this department, if possible,
not only to maintain the reputation of our
house, but offer whatever inducements wo can
to enlarge our bueinoes. Our goods are purr,
unadulterated, aud always up to tho standard.
Wo noto particularly: "
HO cases Moot Se. Ohandon's CHAMPAGNE.
R15 quarter casks SHERhY. 6 quarter casks
Cooking and low grade sHEUli Y.
2 quartor caska "Sandt-mann" genuino
aud 5 J c??k? OPORTO PORT WINE.
25 casca Imperial CALIFORNIA CHAM?
100 eases assorted bram's CLARET, HOCK,
SAU TERNE and WHITE WINE8.
10 quartor casks Jas. Menueaay And Bran?
denburg Freres BRANDIES; vintages 1835,
1?58, lfcGo; as reoeived from Custom House,
An examination ot stock will vorifv assor?
tions._ GEO. BYMM>dlH.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, B. C., Sopt. 25,1872.
AFTER the 1st day of October, the Ordi?
nance regarding SWINE running at largo
in tho streets will be enforced.
Sept 2G_O. BARNUM. City Clork._
MAID ARRANGEMENTS.-The Northern
mail opens at 8.20 P. M.; closes 11.00
\. M. Gharleston day mail opens 5.30
P. M.; oloses 6.00 A. M. Charleston
eight mail opens 7.00 A. M.; doses 6.15
P. M. Greenville mail opens 6.45 P.
M. ; closes 6.00 A. M. Western opone
ind oloses 1.SO P. M. Wilmington opens
2.30 P. M.; closes 11.80 A. M. On
Sunday office open from 3 to 4 P. M.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANE
OF COL VAt Bl A, 8.0,
* Present Capital, $100,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ?500,000.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing in?
tercut at tbo rate of aovon (7) per cent,
per annum, will bo issued.
NOTES, Billa ot Exchange and other cvi
lenooa of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocke, Bonds, Gold, Silver bought and Bold.
Dratts on all tho prominent cities in tho
United Staten bought and aold.
Directora-J. Eli Gregg. John B. Palmer, F.
Vf: McMaBter, B.D. Benn, of R. D. Sonni
Son; G. \V. Bearden, of Copeland & Reardon;
R. Jb. Brvan, o? Brvan & MoUnrter: W. C.
Swaffield,' of R. ?t W. C. Swaflield; John C.
Boegera, W. B. Stanloy.
President-John B. Palmer
Cashier-A. G. Bronizer.
Aeaistant lashior- 0. N. G. Butt.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN pursuance of an Act of the Genera
Aseombly, approved March 1,1876, enti?
tled "An Act providing for the general elec?
tion and the manner of conducting the samo,"
amended by an Act approved March 12, 1872,
an election will ho held in tho several Coun?
ties o? this State on tho THIRD WEDNES?
DAY, being tho lGth day, of October, for the
following Stale, Legislativo, County and
Congressional officers, to servo for tho next
two and four yeara, as provided by tho State
Constitution and Acts of Congress of tho
United States, to wit: Governor, Lioutcnant
Goveruor, Attorney-General, Secretary of
Stato, Stato Treasurer, Comptroller-General,
Superintendent of Education, Adjutant ariel
Inspector-General, memberB of tho Otneral
Assembly, Solicitors in tho several Judicial
Circuits, and for tho various Co un ty offices,
together with ono member of Cougrea* to
represent tho State at large, and Representa?
tives in tho respectivo Congressional Dis?
At tho eaid election, tho following amend?
ments to the Stato Constitution will be sub?
mitted to tho votera for ratification or rt juc- i
tion, to wit:
lat. Amendment relating to change of
timo of holding general elections.
Strike out all ot that portion of Section ll
of Article II, following tho words "eighteen
hundred and seventy," occurring in tho
fourth and fifth lines, and insert tho follow?
ing: "And forever thereafter, on tho first
I Tuesday following tho first Monday in .No?
vember, in every second year, in such manner
and at such placea as the Legislature may
provide." Tho manner of voting on this
amendment shall bo as follows : Those in favor
of tho amendment shall deposit a ballot with
tho following words written or printed thereon:
1 Constitutional Amcncment- Yea." Those op?
posed to said amendment shall cast a ballot
with the following words written or printed
thereon: "Constitutional Amendment-Ab."
2d. Amendment relating to tho further In?
crease of the public debt of the Stale, as tol
lows: Article XVI-"To the end that tho pub?
lic debt of South Carolina may not hereafter
be increased without tho due consideration
and fres consent of the people of the Stato,
the General Assembly is hereby forbidden to
I or?ate any lurther debt or obligation, either
by tho loan of the ci edit ot tb? State, by gua?
rantee, endorsement or otherwise, except for
the ordinary and current business ol the
Stato, without first submitting tho queation
as to the creation of any such new debt, gua?
rantee, endorsement or loan of the credit, to
the people of this State, at a general election;
and unless two-thirds of the qualified voters
of this Stato voting on the question shall be
in favor of a further debt, gnarautee, en?
dorsement or loan of this credit, none shall
be created or made."
The manner of voting on this amendment
shall bo as follows:
Those in favor of the amendment shall de
posit a ballot with tho following words written
or printed thereon: "Constitutional Amend?
ment, Article XVI- Yea."
Those oppos?e to the amendment shall caat
a ballot, with tho following words written or
printed thereon: "Constitutional Amendment,
All bar-rooms and drinking saloons Bhali be
closed on tho day of election, and any perron
who shall sell any intoxicating drinks on the
day of election, shall be guilty of a misde?
meanor, and, on conviction thereof, shall be
fined in a sum not less than ono hundred dol?
lars, or bo imprisoned for a period not less
than ono month, nor more than six m ont h H.
The Commissioners and Manager? of Elec
tion, and each or them, are hereby required,
with strict regard to the provisions of the
Constitution and laws of tho State, touching
tboir duty in anch case, to causo auch olee
tiona to be held in their respective Counties
on the day aforesaid, and to take all neces?
sary steps for tho holding of such elections,
and for tho ase. ruining and determining the
persons who shall have been duly elected t hore
at, according to the rules, principles and pro?
visions proscribed by the Act and amendment
lu testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and caused tho Great Seal or
thu State to bc affixed, at Columbia,
[e. s.] tho ICtb day of September, A. D. 1872,
and iu thc nineth -seventh year ot the
Independence of tho United Statea of
America. ROBERT K. SCOTT,
F. L. Oanoozo, Secretary of Slate.
Oats and Corn.
1f\f\f\ BUSHELS FEEDING OA ! 8.
,UUW 700 bushels White Corn, for
halo low for cash. HOPE ?V GYLES.
Selling Ont Below Dost.
LADIES* WRITING DEI-KS, Jewel Cases
and Traveling Companions.
OHA 1,131 S' NEW Fl'OUK.of all grades,
?i\_y\J for salo at greatlv reduced prices,
by_JOHN AGNEW ? SON.
Enormous Death-Rate in New York.
1Q1 ? O KAT ll 8 n week. GI tr. 1.000 itt
, t/JL? habitants, double that nf London.
Thia fom nil mortality ia troubling the peo?
ple. What shall bo dont? is tho quent ion.
Purify tho Blood and Regulate tho Liver,
we advise every ono, aa a sanitary measure;
never bo without a box of H KI M TN H'S
BLOOD and LIVER PILLS. They Purify tho
Blood and Rogulate tho Liver-two things
absolutely essential to health. Go to
Heinitab's Temple of Health, and get a box
of Blood and liver Pille. Kept 81
Important for Reference.
J. W. & K. Chisholm & Co.,
Importers and Manufacturers,
OFFER to the irado tho largest stock of
Human and Imitation HAIR (H)OUS,
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, LACE GOODS,
oto., that can be round in New York city.
Send for sample parcel. 447 BROADWAY. .
Sept 7 4rno
Philadelphia and Southern
MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
TO WILMINGTON, !V. C.
TB composed Of ?wo flrat clasa 8TEAM
J_ SH H'M, ol POO tona each; nailing from each
port every WEDNESDAY. Through ratea to
all uoiuta South and South-west a- low an by
any other route. Inauranco ono-half per cent.
Prompt and certain dtei.nfbh given. For
ratea on general merchandize, cotton, sLcct
ing, Ste., upolv to
W. L. JAMES, General Agent,
WORTH Sc WORTH, Agenta.
Wilmington, N. C.
A. POPE, Gcn'l Freight Ageut
W., C. Si A. R. lt., Wilmington, N. C.
Kopt 14 _3moB
Just Published ! Most Brilliant Work
Gems of Strauss !
fT^HE publishers o O'er to the public thia
A uni uno and moat attractive collectiou,
brought out, aa ono may say, under the eye
Of thu groat composer, and containing bia
very beat workH. lt ia embellished with a
fino PORTRAIT OF STIIAUKS, and contains
the prime favoi itea,
ArlM Life, Blue Bauube, Mnrriaae Bel's,
Manhattan. l.QOl Nights, Wiener'lion
" boris, Pizzicato, Wive, Worner*
and Nona, Neto Annen,
and many other equally good Waltzes, Polkas,
Quadrillen, Mazurkas, Ac., filling altogether
225 LABOE UU81C l'Auts 1
Tho "Brat applause" on Ha appearance
warns us that the fiuo book into bo inevitably
all the fashion the oroscut season. Price
$2 GO in boards; 13 00 in cloth.
Sent, post-paid, on receipt of prico.
Has no Superior
Our Church Music Book, Th? Standard,
$1.50. Specimen copiea mit, for thc pr?tent,
post-paid, for $1.25.
OLIVER DITSO.V Sc CO., Booton.
Cu vs. H. DITSON SC Co , New York. Oct 2 fir
TI1K MOST I'ICItPKCT
ALARM CASD DRAWER.
MILES ALARM TILL CO.'S.
FAIRBANKS' SO ALE WAREHOUSES.
FAIRBANKS ?Si CO.,
311 Bri>ad\vay, New York.
ino baltimore at., Ilaitimor.c.
53 Camp st., New Orleans.
FAIRBANKS Sc EWING,
715 Chestnut at., Philadelphia.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN Sc CO..
113 Milkst., Roaton.
For Bale bv leading Hardware Dealera.
_Soptl8 - wf9
BUY TUB GKKtllNB
More than '-?.".<> Different Modification*.
AUENTB ALSO FOB THE DEBT ALVU1I HONET
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
311 Broadway, New York,
ICC Baltimore st., Baltimore.
53 Camp st., Now Orleans.
FAIRBANKS & EWING,
715 Chestnut streot, Philadelphia.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN & CO.,
118 Milk stroet, Boston.
For ?alo by leading Hardware Dealers.
_Sept_18 _ _wl3mo
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cocoeulua Indieus Fish
Berries to make aloeny or headache.
Butter, Cheese, &c.
TUBS choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
Boxes choice Goshen Cheese,
1,000 pounds Breakfast Strips,
10 barrels l'narl Grist and Big Hominy.
All frosh and tor sale bv
July IG _ _ "HPT.? * OYI^EB^
Choice Family Flour.
p*/\ BARRELS STRICTLY PRIME, for
t)U sale at reduced ratea.
August 10 BO PE * OYLES.
i")/"V/"V LBS. superior quality. For sale low
&\j\.f by HOPE &OYLEH.
^"cilAItl KSTOS, S.'C.
0 ALFOHD tc CO.. I'ro.
' -Ll?^^S prietora; lt. H ASM LT ON, h-np't.
NEW sugar-cured (IAMB,
amok eil Bet 1. rornale low. HOPE Sc OYLES.
American Club Fish.
A DELICIOUS relh-h; better
ind much chea]>er t han Bardim n. For sale
l.v HOPE Sc OYLES.
1FORTY-SAW COTTON OIN, wp h CON
DKNSEB, manufactured by Horace L.
Kmory, tta good aa new, having been only
lard ? few wooka. Will be sold at a sacrifice,
Irv_ JOHN AGNEW Sc SON._
Ale! Ate! Ale!
Apr DOZ. CROTON ALE, very superior
50 doz. McLwen's Ale, very superior quali
y. Juat received ?nd for eal? by
Jnlv 0 JOHN AON EW ft BOJ>L_
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
All fresh and for salo low fur cash bv
Jane 10 _ HOPE A OYLES.
Our friend of the Olirirtian Hcighlior Haya
hat people who complain of dull times don't
idvertifo. Mako known your complaints.
This is Hohiitt-h'H plan. M .'ko known your
toro^lalnta; Heinib-h trna a remedy-the
ILOOD AND LIVER PILLS, tho best family
dil ever made.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of SI and Upwards Received,
IN TAUES 2 ALLO HLD A? TUE EATEOh
SEVEN PEE GENT. EEK ANN GM.
ON OEETIFIOA'IES OE DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PEE VENT. VOM
POUNDED EV LEX SIX
MONTES ON A WO,EE TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John li. Palmer, Vice-President.
A. . G. Bromzer, Cashier.
J, ll. bawler, m genual charge. .
Jobs 0. B. Smith, Aesibtuut cushici.
Wade Bampton, William Martin, ?. C. Baa?
ed!,P. W.MoMaater.E. li. liciuiteb, John B.
A'almcr, Thomas E. Gregg, Columbi*.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion,.
G. T. Bcott, newberry'.,'
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
Daniel Ravonol. Jr. "Charleston.
Mccbanica, Laborers, Clerke, Widows, Ol?
phana and othora may beru deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate ol interest there?
on. Vlantors, Professional Men and Trnstcet
wishing to draw interest on their funds anti)
thoy require thom for buBiuesB or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to est apart small
tums for tneir children, and Married Women
and Minore (whosodeposits can .only be with?
drawn by themselves, br, in case of death, by
their logal represontatives,) 'wi?hlng to lay
aside funds for future uso. are here afforded
an opoortunity of depositing thoir means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
I.lie sam e timo, be subject to withdrawsIwhen
Portable Fountain lumps.
JUST received a Bopplv of voit anio foun?
tain PUMPS ard SPPINKIFPS, which
iathe most useful and corve rient apparatus
for watering i-bTubbery, flowers ai u plants,
and fur washing carrisgfB. wipdtws, ?c.
Also, a useful article for e-xtinpnisbing fireu
at the commencement, sprinkling side-walks,
lo., ftc. For sale ut low priers by
Jnne27 JOHN AONFWABON.
Columbia Music Store.
Ly Br and & Son
TARE pleasure in calling tho attention ol
_ tho publie to ?n examination of theil
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCBAJSDlBE, cou
sifting of Pianos, Church and I'arlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Cuitar*, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons. Brats and Silver Band Instru?
ments ot all kinds. Also, sheet ?Music and
i instruction Bookb for eve ry class of Musical
Instruments eui hand at al) times. Sheet
'Music sent by mail, pott paid, on receipt ol
j nrico; and all kinds of Musical Goode tent bj
! Expresa, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good* Second-band
Pianos and Organs for sale cheap, tor cash.
Pianos, Organa and Melodious tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; sud will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for ot bei parties to any poin
desired, at moderate prices. ,
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to thotc favoring us with
thoir patronage. Send for our catalogue ot
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Columbia. S. C. Nov 7
M. H. BEHRVS
Main Street, near Ptain.
_^n_f^\_0f^x NOW on baud and daily re
?SjT^^.^?Joeiving from tho nianufac
~T*'j lf\prflHj -' New York, Boston,
^few^BMMtajy Cincinnati and Louisvilteethe
^T^^^^K largest assortment of FUB
N1TDRE over 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
celebrated 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,
Cclonade How, Vendue Range, CJiarleston, 8. C,
Scotch, Pi? and American Sar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply of
In store, 100 tons EGLINTON PIG.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
TBE simplicity, durability, ease of manage?
ment and great range of work of thia
Machine bas made it the universal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machine for more
than twenty years, and benco it is no experi?
ment to buy ono.
For aale"on monthly instalments, second
door below FnoKix office.Columbia. 8. C., by
A. J. PURSLI Y,
Feb 27 Agent for Pnreley A Trump.
North Carolina Hay.
7pr BALES good N. C. HAY, for salo ow
O by no PE fi- GYLES.
Look Ont for K K.'S!
March 28_JOHN O. SEF.GEBB'.
Selling Ont Below Cost.
FINE JET SET-only 50 cents-at
ISA M) SU "ZBACKER'S.
Pure Angelica Wine.
ON draught, CALIFORNIA ANOFLICA, a
delicioue sud puro Wino for invalids
and auinmcr uso, just reeeiv? d and for sale
low by _J?JiN AGNEW .V SON.
To Columbia Merchants.
THE UNION TIMI'S, published by R. M.
Stokes, at Union Court House, offers to
tho Columbia merchants a good medium,
through its advertising columiiB, for seeming
tho trado of ono of tho moat solvent and
liboral buying* Countie s in tho Stato. Tho
crops of Union County aro excellent, and a
large trade may bri expected from its citizens.
Tel ms of advertiaing moderato. Sept. 17
AFINE stock of the cMebraled Morrip A
Lazarus PERFECT EO SPECTACLES,
v?bich 1 bavo been soiling to the public for
tho last four vears.
_ISAAC SUI.ZBACnER. Sole Agont.
A CERTAIN CPUE Fon CHILLS AND Favan
First take tho Blood and Liver Pills, to work
off tho bile and purify tho blood; threo or
fonr will bo sufficient. Then taks ? tablo
sponofulo? nEINITSH R CHILL CURE. It
bas been tried; wc know it.
Change of Schedule.
BOUTE GASOLINA RAILBOAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, B. C., Sept. VG, 1872.
?^fB^EBn^r, Change of Bcke?ule
?KiS??rEHei!5Br?to go ?ulo effect on
and alter bunoay, 29lh instant:
WML AM) PASSLNOLU 1 HAIN.
Leave Columbia at.. 9 am
Arrive at Charleston at. 4 30 p m
Leave Charleston at.?J 30am
/ rrive ai Columbia at. 5.20 pm
MIOI1T EXPllEKS, KBEIGBT AND A CCf ?M MODAS ION
TBAIN, [Sundays except? d.i.
Leave Columbia .7 CO pm Airivi. ..G Of* c m
Arrive Charleston 7.10 pm Leave.. .0 45 t m
Camdon Train will run as follows:
LeavoCamthn at. 7 20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.ll 65 A. M.
Leave Columbia at. 2 10 P. M.
An ive at Camden at. G 55 P. M.
A. L. TILER, Tice-Presidtnt.
S. B. PIOKIK'S, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte;Columbia and Augusta H.E.
" ?CFERINTENDENI'8 OFFICE.
_ COLUMBIA, B. C., Brpttmber 22,1872.
KlRiiSBf?ff?ff? ?N aut? after thia date,
flHf.Sffi- iiyntfj following achtdulo Kill lo
run over this road: .( .
OOINO SOUTH .
Train Ko. 1. "Train Nb. 2.
Leave Charlotte.... .8.00 A. M. 8 20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.... 2.40 P. M. 3.80 A.M.
Arrive Augusta.7.42 P.M. 8.20 A. M.
Leave Auguste.G.96A. M. . 0 50 P.M.
Leave Columbia....ll.53 P. M. 11.(5 P. H.
Arrive Charlotte.... .7.42 P. M. ' 6.60 A.M.
. Standard Time ten minutes sloper tbln
Washington; MX minutes ahead Columlia.
No. 1 Train daily . No. 2 Train daily, Snp
day's excepted. Both trains make closo con?
nection to all pointe North, Pouth and West.
Through tickets sold and baggage checked
to all principal points.
E. P. ALEXANDER, General Eup.-,
E. R. DOBBEY,Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Scheuule.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA & ACOCBTA R. R. Co.
.WILMINGTON, N. C., July 31. 1872.
O Inl?&?&U AETEll this date tho
flggSS. *5????34o* following /schedule will
be run by trains ?? tbis road: 1
LAT EXFBL68 TBAIN [DAILY.]
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot | 3 25 A. M.
.Arrive at Florence.. 9.13 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 185 P.M.
Leave Columbia.12 CO M.
Arrive at Florence. 4 10 P. M.
Arrive Wilmington [Union Depot] 10.26 P. M.
NIOUT BXPHE8B TBAIN. '?
Leave Wilmington (Linen Lei ot] 5.45 P. M.
Arrive at Florence._ll ?8 P.M.
Arrive nt Columbia. 3 45 A. M.
Leave Columbia. 10 20 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 2 09 A.M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 8.00 A.M. ?
No NIGHT IhAINB leave Wilmington or
Columbia bm.dav P M.
July 31 JAW. ANDEPBON, Gen'lFnp't.
Greenville ana Columbia Railroad.
?S?K^e? TRAINS run .lady,
lays excepted, connecting with Night
Trains on South Carolina Railroad np end
down; with Trains going North and South
on Charlotte, Coluubia and Augutta Rail?
road, and Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Leave Columbia nt.7.15 a.m.
Leave Alston.9 05a.m.
Leave Newberry.10.40 a. m.
Leave Cokesbury.,.2.00 p. m.
Leave Belton. 8 60 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 6 80 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 7.80 a.m.
Leave Belton. 9 30 a. m.
Leave Cokesbury..' .11.15 a. m.
Leave Newberry. 2 30 p. m.
Leave Alston. 4 20 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia. G CO p. m.
Anderton Branch and Bine Bidge Division.
Leave Walhalla. 5.45 a. m. Arrive 7.16 p. m.
Leave Percyville G.25 a. va. 6.86 p. m.
Leave Pendleton 7.10 a. m. 6.60 p. nt.
Leave Anderson 8.10 a. m. 4.50 p.m.
Arrive at Belton 9.00 a. m. Leave 3.60 p. m.
Accommodation Trains run on Abbeville
Branob Mondays, Wednesday? ana Fridays.
On Anderson Branch, between Belton and An?
derson, Tuesdavs, Thursdays and Saturdays.
THOMA? DGDAMFAD, Gen. fcup.
JABEZ NOBTQN, General Ticket Agent.
Richmond and Danville Bailrcad.
after Sunday, Jnne 2,1872:
BTATIONB. MAIL. EXPBESB.
Leave Greensboro.115 A. M. 10 00 A. H.
Leave Danville. 3 54 A. M. 12 48 P. M.
Leave Burkvillo. 9.10 A. M. 6 45 P. H.
Leave Amelia C. H....10 02 A. M. 6.40 P. M.
Arrive at Richmond.. .12 02 P. M. 8.47 P. M.
Leave Richmond. 2.85 1'. M. 6.20 A. M.
Leave Amelia CH. 4 50P.M. 7 20 A.M.
Leave Rurkvillo. 5.45 P. M. 8 28 A. M.
Laave Danville.10 50 P. M. 12.56 P. M.
Arrive at Greensboro.. 1.10 A. M. 8.60 P. M.
Trains leaving Richmond at 2.86 P. M., and
at 6 20 A. M., connect at Greensboro with
trains on North Carolina Division, for all
points South. Passengers leaving Richmond
at 2 85 P. M., connect at Greensboro wita
train tor all points East ot Greensboro. Pas?
senger train leaving Raleigh at 7.60 P. M.,
conni eta at Greensboro with Northern-bound
Mail train, arriving in Richmond at 12 02 P.
M. JOHN R. MACMURDO,
Genoral Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. B. "JALCOT, Engineer and Gen. bnp't.
NORTH CAltULINA DIVISION.
STVIION8. MAIL. FSPBIFfi.
Leave Charlotte.7 10 P. M. 6.30 A. M.
Leave Salisbury. 9.34 P.M. 8.87 A.M.
Leave High Point.11.17 P. M. 10 17 A. M.
Arrive at Greensboro. 12 02 A. M. ll CO A. M.
bravo Greensboro_12.60 A. M. 11.10 A. M.
Leave Company Shops 2 35 A. M. 12 20 P. M.
Leave Hillsboro.8.45 A. M.
Leave Raleigh.G.35 A. M.
Arrive ut Goldsboro... 9 10 A. M.
Leave Goldfbero. 5 20 P. M..
Leave Raleigh. 8 37 P. M..
Leave Hilliiboro.10 51 P. M.
Loavc Company Shops 12.28 A.M. 2 15 P. M.
Arrive at Greensboro. 1.40 A.M. 3 80 F. M.
Leave Greensboro_ 2 25 A M. 4.00 P. M.
Leave High Point.... 3 11A.M. 4.89P.M.
Leavo Salisbury. 5 03 A. M. G 13.P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte... 7 25 A.M. 8 10 A M.
Mail trains daily, both ways, over' entire
length of road. Express daily between Com
pauy Shops and Charlotte Sundays except*d.
Pullmau Falaco Cars on night trains between
Charlotte and Richmond, without change.
8. E. ALLEN, Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. H. GREEN. Master Transportation.
Summer Schedule 6. & TJ. R. R"
rgnmSHKI DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN
jggflPH?jffff Arrive Leave. Arrive. Leave
Spartanburg.. 6 80 6.26
Bateaville. 6.00 6.00 4.63 4.69
Pacolet. 6 08. , 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.48 6.48 4.06 4.10
Uuionville. 726 7.60 8.05 S.25
?antuo. 8 20 8 26 2 30 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Shelton. 9.15 9.20 1.85 1.40
Lylea' Ford... 9.40 6 45 1.12 1.1T
Strother. 10.06 10.10 1 2.60 1 2 66
Ahiton.1100 " 11.00
Mav 24 THOR R. JFTFB. Pr??n|?irnt.
Lang's Improved Rut a Baga,
Onbson'* Improved Ruta Baga,
Largo White Norfolk,
Largo White Globe. HOPE A GYLES.