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THE PH CEN IX,
."UUIHUHD DAILY AWDTBI-WEKKLT.
iCVSUY WEDNESDAY HOBNINO.
3Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITO U AND PBOPBIBTOB.
Office on Richardson Street, near Taylor
??rliook and Job Printing of overydoaorip
lion promptly and faithfully attended to.
D illy, six months, ti DO; Tri-Wookly, 2 fiC;
Weekly, 1 50.
InBOrtod in tho Daily at 75 conts per square
tar the drat aud SO cents eaoh subsequent in?
sertion; Long advertisements by the week,
month or year, at reasouable rates.
The pure, tho bright, tho beautiful,
That etirrod our h ear ta in youth,
The impulsa to a worldly prayer,
The dreams of love aud truth;
Tho longing after something lost,
Tho spirit's yearning cry;
The striving after hotter hopes, ,
Theao things can nevor die.
The timid hand stretched forth to aid
A brother in his need,
The kindly words ia grief's dark hour
That proved a friend indeod;
Tho plea for moroy softly breathed.
When justice threatens high;
The Borrows of a contrite heart
These things Bb all never die.
The memory of a clapping baud,
Tho proasuro of a kiaB,
And all the trifles sweet and frail
That make up life's first bliaa;
If with a firm, unchanging faith,
And holy truat and high,
Those hands have clasped, those lips havo
These things shall never die.
The cruel and tho bitter word
That wounded as it fell,
The chilling want of sympathy,
We feel but never tell:
Tho hard repulse that chilla the heart,
Whoso hopes aro bounding high,
In an unfaded record kept
These things shall never dio.
Let nothing pase, for evory hand
Must find some work to do;
Loso not a chance to wakon love,
Be firm, and just, and true.
Bo shall a light that cannot fade
Beam on thee from on high,
And angels' voices say to thee,
These things eh&U nevor die.
-? ? -?-i
A T'A MM EXCUSE.-Pere Hyacinthe,
before writing his letter to the Temps
announcing bis intended marriage, had
evidently studied the following observa?
tions of Jeremy Taylor on the subject of
"Marriage has in it less of beauty, but
more of safety, than the single life; it
hath not more ease, hut less danger; it
is more merry and more sad; it is fuller
of sorrows and fuller of joys; it lies
under more burdens, but it is supported
by all the strengths of love and charity ;
and those burdens are delightful. Mar?
riage is the mother of the world, and
preserves kingdoms, and fills oities and
ohurohes, and Heaven itself. Oelibaoy,
like the fly in the heart of an apple,
dwells in perpetual sweetness, but Bits
alone, end is confined and dies in singu?
larity; but marriage, like the useful bee,
builds a house, and gathers sweetness
from every flower, and labors, and unites
into societies and republics, and sends
out oolonies and feeds the world with
delioaoies, and obeys their king, and
keeps order, and exercises mauy virtues,
and promotes the interest of mankind,
and is that state of good to which God
hath designed the present constitution
of the world."
INEBRIATE CURES.-Tho Pennsylvania
Sanitarium, or Asylum for Inebriates,
has been in operation five years, and
during that time has had under its care
275 persons addicted to intoxication
either by alcohol or opium. 126 of
these have been citizens of Philadelphia,
and a statement of results shows nine
who have maintained their sobriety for
four years, eleven for three years, ten
for two years, eleven for ono year, and
eighteen for less than one year. It is
proper to observe, however, that four of
the whole number have died since they
left the institution-three of consump?
tion and one of fever. Of the per cent
age of recoveries in cases not belonging
to Philadelphia, tho directors say they
cannot speak with the same accuracy,
from the faot that they have not the
samo means of following them up and
knowing their history; but satisfac?
tory reports are received from many.
Even if the success of suoh institu?
tions were less, the rescue of only u
few from the fate whioh overtakes the
victim of habitual intoxication wonld
deserv? the generous sympathy of the
An old man, an inhabitant of Cernay,
in Alsace, arrived at the German office
to declare his choice of nationality.
..Ton are very old," said the Prussian;
"it is hardly worth your while to make a
choice." "I know I oannot live long,"
was tho reply; "but as I wish togo to
heaven, I desire to die a Fren ch m un,"
The old man, on returning homo, sank
exhausted, and died holding his certifi?
cate of remaining French in his band.
SOUTH GAROMNA MONUMENT ASSOCIA?
TION.-COLUMBIA, S. C., September 20,
1872.-The Board of Directors of the
South Carolina Monument Association,
enoonraged by the suooess of the bazaar,
last year, and yielding to the urgent
request of a great number of persons,
take pleasure 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 Direotors of the associa?
tion, and the Executive Committee is
appointed from-their number. Lnnohes
will be served from ll A. M. till 4 P. M.
Contributions of meats and poultry,
as well as of money are solioited, and
may be sent to either of the following
ladies, who oompoee tho Executive Com?
mittee: Mrs. J. T. Darby, MissLaBordo,
Hrs. W. H. Gibbes, Miss I. D. Martin.
OHA GROSS SULP QUININE,
? Vj vf 1,000 bottles Kina Ohill Curo,
?O groes Sulp. Uonobona, 100 lbs. Calomel.
Wholesale and rotail at the cheap Drug
Store of E. H. HEINITSH, Druggist.
Fall Champaene-Bulletin No. 2.
GONCE RNIN G SPIRITS
And Where they Moat Abonnit.
IN offering our steck of imported BRAN
DIES, WINES, SCOTCH WHISKEY, Ac,
wo beg to inform our customers that no pains
havo boen spared to make tho same completo
in varioty and unexcelled io quality. Wo aro
determined, in this department, if possible,
not only to maintain tho reputation of our
boueo, but offer whatever inducements wo can
to enlarge our butiuess. Our goods are pure,
unadulterated, und always up to the standard.
We noto particularly:
GO cases Moot& Chaudon'a CHAMPAGNE.
8315 quarter casks SH Elm Y. 5 quartorcsukB
Cookiug and low grade SHERltx.
2 quarter cai-ka "Sandi mann" genuino
and 5 J casks OPORTO PORT WINE.
25 cases Imperial CALIFORNIA CHAM?
100 capes assorted brant's CLARET, HOCK,
SAUTER NE aud WHITE WINES.
10 quarter casks Jas. Honuossy and Bran?
denburg Freres BRANDIES; vintages 1835,
1858, leG3; as received Trout Custom House.
An examination of stock will verify aeser
tion?. _GEO. 8YMMERS.
North Carolina Hay.
7pr BALKS good N. C. nAY, for palo ow
O by HOPE A OYLES.
Pure Angelica Wine.
ON draught, CALIFORNIA ANGELICA, a
delicious and pura Wino for invalids
and summer uso, jnetreceivid and for sale
low by _ JOHN AGNEW A- SON.
Ale! Ale! Ale!
iy pr DOZ. CROTON ALE, very superior
50 doz. McEwen'? Alo, very superior quali?
ty. Just received and for salo by
July 9_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
AvtiV~^\ * SSH Pavilion Hotel,
?r5iS8?_?? CHAIli ESTUK. 8. C.
???j?E&LgL- G. T. ALFORD .Vi CO., Pro
BX? i"*?fj??t!Ji. priotors; lt. HAMILTON. Knp't.
For Restoring to Gray Hair its Natu?
ral Vitality and Dolor.
^^j^S j8 a*' once agr'oo
4?S?^M _ soon restores faded
?B^t ^^ml WK?kor''J<n<'l? color with
I IB &oss an'l fresh
uno. Nothing can restore the bair whore tho
follicles are destroyed, or tho glands atro
?hied and decayed; but such, as remain can
o saved by this application and stimulated
into activity, so that a new growth of bair is
produced Instead of fouling tho hair with a
pasty sediment, it will koop it olean and vi?
gorous. Its occasional nae will prevent the
hair from turning gray or falling off, and con?
sequently prevent baldness. Tho restoration
of vitality it gives to the Bcalp arrests and
pi events tho formation of dandruff, which is
often so uncleanly and offensive Free from
those deleterious substances which make
some preparations dangerous and injurious
to the bair, tho Vigor can only bonofit but not
barm it. If wauted merely for a HAIR
DRESSING, nothing elao can be found so do
sirablo. Containing neither oil nor dye, it
hoes not soil wbito cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustro, and a grateful pcrlume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical anil Analytical Chemist.
LOW K.I.I,, .11 ASH.
May IC _"iTitMlC_
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Diseases of the Throat and Lang?,
such aa Coughs, Colli?, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma
AMONG the groat dis
(/!SV, coverios of modern
> *^2TK ??. science, few aro of more
(fi iftglreal value to mankind
& 1 ^S^gfr than thia effectual ro
/y .y, medy for all diseases
?sa? of tuo Throat and
?so&mk t mth Lungs. A vattt trial ol
^BjuBy.- i 4jt8 virtntg( throughout
l^j^pjfij M'ia and other coun
_ffa?rg5jffiSW8fij>'>tries, has Bhown thai it
?J7mfn?^^m(rsss does surely and effect
nally couti ut thurn. The testimony of om
best citizens, of all classes, establishes the
fact, that CiiEnnT PECTORAL will and docs re?
lieve and enre ibo afflicting disorders of the
Throat and Lungs beyond anv other medi?
cino. The most dangerous affections of thc
j Pulmonary Organs yield to ita power; and
1 caBcs of Consumption, cured by this prepa?
ration, are publicly known, so remarkable ?u
hardly to bo believed, wore thoy not prover
beyond dispute. As a remedy, it is adequate
on which the public may rely for full protec?
tion. By curing Coughs, the fore-runner i o:
moro serious disease, it saves unnumbered
lives, and an amount nf suffering not to be
computed. It challeugt s trial, and convincot
tho most skeptical. Every family shoulc
keon it on hand as a protection against th<
carly and unperceived attack of Pulmonar]
Affections, which are easily met at first, bul
which become ii,curable, and too often fatal
if neglected. Tender lungs need this dc
fonce; and it is unwise to bo without it. As (
safeguard to children, amid tho distressing
diseases which beret the Throat end Chest o
childhood, CUKUBY PECTOHAI. is invaluable
for, by its timely usc, multitudes aro rescuer
from premature'graves, aud saved to tho lovi
and affection centred on them, lt acti
speedily and surely against ordinary colds
securing Bound and health-restoring shop
No one will suffer troublesome Influenaa
and painful Bronchitis, whon they know hov
easily they can he cured.
Originally the product of lurg, lr l urionB
and successful chemical investigation, m
cost or toil is spared in making every bott 1.
in the utmost possible perfection. It may b<
confidently relied upon BB possessing all tin
virtues it has over exhibited, and capablo o
producing cures.as memorable as the greatcu
it has over effected.
Dr. J. 0. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mase.
Practical anri Analytical Chemists.
8()LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
May 16 irtroJH
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Smoked Beef, for sale low. HOPE A GYLES.
BBI 8* NEW FLOUR, of all grades
JU\J\J for salo at greatly roducod prices
by_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Choice Family Flour.
pr/\ BARRELS STRICTLY PRIME, fo
tJ\J sale at reduced rates.
August 10 HOPE A GYLES.
STATE OF 80UTH CAROLINA.
IN pu rn u an co ol au Act of tho Genera
Assembly, approved March 1,1870, enti?
tled "An Act providing for tho general elec?
tion and the manner of conducting tho samo."
amended by au Act approved March 12, 1872,
au oh dion will bo held in tho several Coun?
ties of this State on tho THIRD WEDNES?
DAY, being the ICth day, o? October, for the
following State, Legislative, County and
Congressional oflicero, to servo for thc next
two and four years, ns provided by tho St alo
Constitution and Acts of Congress of tho
United Slates, to wit: Governor, Lieutenant
Governor, Attorney-General, Secretary of
Stato, Stato Troat-uror, Comptroller-Goueral,
Superintendent of Education, Adjutant and
Inspector-General, members of tho Otncral
Assembly, Solicitors in tho several Judicial
Circuits.'and for Ibo various County ofllcee,
together with ono momber of Congres < to
represent tho Stato al large, and Representa?
tives in tho respectivo Congressional Dit
At tho eaid election, tho following amend?
ments to tho Stato Constitu? ion will be sub?
mitted lo tho voters for ratification or rejec?
tion, to wit:
lBt. Amendment relating to chango of
timo ot holding general elections.
Strikeout allot that portion of Section ll
of Ai ticlo ll, following tho words "eighteen
hundred and aoventy," occurring iu Ibo
lourth uud fifth Unca, and insert tho follow?
ing: "And forever thereafter, on tho lirat
i uesday following the tirai Monday in No?
vember, in ovory aecoud year, in auch manner
and at such places aa the Legislature may
provide." Tho manner of voting on this
amen I mont shall bo as follows: Those in favor
of tho r.mendmont ulm 11 deposit a ballot with
the following worda wi itten or printed thereon:
"Constitutional Anuri- moir- Yes." '.those op?
posed to eaid amendment shall cast a ballot
with tho following worda written or printed
thoroon: "Constitutional Amendment-A'o."
2d. Amendment relating to tho further In?
crease of tho oublie debt of tho Stato, ns fol?
lows: Article XVI-"To tho end that the pub
lic debt of South Carolina may not hereafter
be increased without tho due consideration
and tro y consent of tho peoplo of tim state,
tho General Aaaembly ia hereby forbiddt ii to
creato any lurlher debt or obligation, either
by tho loan of tho credit of the State, by gua?
rantee, endorsement or otherwise, except tor
the ordinary and current business ot tho
Stato, without firat submitting tho question
aa tu tho creation of any suc h new dont, gua?
rantee, endorsement or loan of tho credit, to
the peop'e of thia Stato, at a general election;
and unless two-thirda ot tho qualified votera
of thia Stato voting on the question shall ho
in favor of a further debt, guarantee, on
doreemcnt or loan of this credit, uono ahall
be cleated or made."
Tho manner of voting on thia amendment
ahall bo aa follows:
Those in favor of tho amendment shall de?
posit a ballot with the following words written
or printed thereon: "Constitutional Amend?
ment, Article XVI- Yes."
Those opposed to theamendment shall cast
a ballot, with the following words written or
printed thereon: "Constitutional Amendment,
Article XVI-No "
All bar-rooms and drinking saloons shall bo
closed on tho day of election, and any peraon
who ehall sell any intoxicating driuka on the
day of election, shall be guilty of a misde?
meanor, and, on conviction thereof, ahall bo
fined in a sum not lose than ono hundred dol?
lars, or bo imprisoned for a period Dot leas
than ono month, nor more than six months.
Tho Commisaionera and-Managers of Elec?
tion, and each of them, aro hereby required,
with strict regard to tho provisions of the
Constitution and lawa of the State, touching
thoir duty in such case, to causo euch elec?
tions to bo held in thoir respectivo Counties
ou tho day aforesaid, and to take all neces?
sary steps for tho holding of such elections,
and for tho ascertaining and determining thc
persons whoshall h avo been duly elected thoro
at, according to tho rulos, principles and pro?
visions prescribed by tho Act and amendment
lu testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and caused tho Great Soal of
tho Stato lo bo affixed, at Columbia,
[L. s.] tho Kith day of September, A. D. 1872.
and in tho uinoty-aoventh year of tho
Independence of the United States of
America. ROBERT K. SCOTT,
F. L. CAHDOZO, Secretary of State.
Philadelphia and Southern
MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
TU WILMINGTON, N. C.
18 composed of two first clase STEAM?
SHIPS, ot 800 tons each; sailing from each
port every WEDNESDAY. Through ratoa to
all pointa South and South-west a-* low as by
any other route. Insurance one-half per cent.
Prompt and certain dispatch given. For
rates on general merchandize, cotton, sheet?
ing, Ac, apply to
Vf'. L. JAMES, General Agent,
WOTtTII & WORTH, Agents
Wilmington, N. C.
A. POPE, Gon'l Freight Agenl
W., C. A A. lt. lt., Wilmington, N. C.
American Club Fish.
A DELICIOUS relish ; botter
and much oh caper than Sardines. For sale
by_ _HOPEJfe OYLES.
Important for Reference.
J. W. & E. Chisholm & Co.,
Importers and Manufacturers,
OFFER to tho trado the largest stock of
Human and Imitation HAIR GOODS,
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, LACE GOODS,
otc, that can bu found in New York city.
Send for sample parcel. 447 BROADWAY.
Data and Corn.
IA A A BUSHELS FEEDING OA'! 8,
,UUU 700 bushels White Corn, for
aalo low for cash._HOPE A GYLES.
Look Ont for K. K.'S!
JMarihJ28_"jOHN 0? BEEPERS*.
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
AU fresh and for salo low for cash by
June 10 HOPEjAGYLES.
LBS. superior qualitv. Forsalelow
by HOPE A OYLES.
To the Electors of Bichland Connty.
IN accordance, willi tko proclamation of hin
Excellency Robert K. Scott, Governor of
booth Carolina, an election will bo bold in
Richland County on WEDNESDAY, October
IC. 1872, for tho oleotiou of National, State
and County RoprosontalivcB and oflloers, to
Alt or noy-G ene ral.
Secretary of Stato.
Superintendent of Education.
Adjutant and IiiBpoctor-Genural.
Ono Congressman to represent Third Con?
gressional District in the United Stalea Con?
gress, and ono Congressman lrom thc Stain
Ono Clerk or Court.
Ouo Solicitor for tho Fifth Circuit.
Ono Judge of Probate.
Ono School Commiaaioncr.
Threo C"uuty Oommiaaioucra.
Tuc polls will bo opened at (J o'clock A. M..
and (dose at (J o'clock P. M., at thu tallowing
places, and under tho following managers,
Tho city of Columbia is hereby divided into
four oleotiou precincts.
First, Citizens in Ward Ono u ill vole at An?
drew Wallace's, (formerly tho Fenton llouse,)
on Riehardaon street.
.".angers-H. M. Davidson, A. H. Mon
teil. Alanson Williama.
fil.COSD, WAItl) TWO, POLL AT COURT HOUSE.
Managern-c. J. Carroll, R. D. Souu, ben?
TUIUD, WABD TU KEE, FOLL AT FUUi.SIX HOOK
ANO LADDER COMPANY.
Manaatrs-M. F. Nixon. Daniel Idair, Jos.
FOUBTXI, WABD roen, rou. AT MIKORT'S, (FORM
EH I. Y O'CONNELL'S BU1I.DIVO.)
Managers-J. Bahlmann, John Fitzsim
mona, Holland Mitchell.
Managers-Thomas W. Dawson, Kit Mills,
non; i NS.
Managers-Green H. Rush, John I). Good?
wyn, James J. Goodwyn.
Managers-J. O. F. Simms, Toury Elaine,
Managers-Nathan Dubard, Jacob jAOkson,
Managers-Eli Killian, Tliomaa Garner,
Malingers-E. S. Percival, Thomas llobei ts.
Managers- Snm'l G. Henry, January Simp?
son, Frederick Wallace.
Managers-Eugene Clarkson, Joseph Walk?
er, Anderson Purus.
The Chairmen of the respectivo Boards will
meet tho Commissioners of Election at the
Court Honro, Columbia, on Monday, tho 14th
instant, at ll o'clock A. M., to reccivo ballot
boxes, poll lista, and written and verbal in
A. L. SOLOMON,
Commissioners of Election, Richland Co.
Tl WQHLQ'S (Ul
TO BE HELD AT
COLUMBIA. MONDAY, NOVKMBKH ll.
GREAT TRAVELING I0SEDI,
Combined with tho grand International
Zoological Garden, Polytechnic Institute and
IN KOUrt TO TEN TENTS,
Aa tho apaco of tho grounds will permit.
JOHN ROBINSON, Proprietor andGencr.il
JOHN ROBINSON, JR., Manager.
THIS Gigantic Enterprise, which lian been,
at a vast expenditure of time and money,
thoroughly re-organized and equipped for the
present traveling season, pr?sents tho start?
ling, novol, unique and colossal spectacle
never beforo witnesaed in tho annals of
amusement cnterprisn, either in thia or any
other *go, or TWELVE SUPERIOR SHOWS
IN ONE. ALL FOR A SINGLE PUICE OF
ID tho collection and organization of the
Museum the ut most caro has boen taken to
gratify and enlighten tho publio by present?
ing in ono vast assemblage an accumulation,
such as has never been attempted or dreamed
of by tho combiued tact, talent and liberality
of all other managers in America or Europe.
It may bo interesting for tho publio to under?
stand that for nearly two \ ears Mr. ROBIN?
SON'S NUMEROUS AGENTS, who aro found
in almost every part of thc world, have been
activelv employed in procuring curionltiea for
bia GREAT TRAVELING SHOW. Homo of
these were put on exhibition for tho lirat time
last year; but they have been very largely
supplemented for tho present season by now
accessions and consignments brought by al?
most ovory steamer from foreign porta which
has arrived iu Now York for tho paat eight
m.subs. AB an illustration of tho indomita?
ble energy of tho well-known proprietor of
this establishment, it may bo well to remark
that tho cxhaustlesB resourcea of Europe,
Asia, Africa and Ann rica, with tho subdivi?
sions of China, Japan, Australia, Ibo Polar
Hogious, South Boa Islands, Arabia, Turkey,
Siam, Oircasaia, Egypt, tho Pacific, Arctic,
Indian and Atlantic Oceana, together with tho
Red Sea and Holy Land, IIAVO all been leviod
upon, contributing to swell tho ng?rogato of
thia siuglo department, which, after all, con?
stitutes but a nioietv of all that may bo aeon.
It is estimated that in the AQUARIUM,
MUSEUM, MENAGERIE and CARAVAN,
there are TWENTY THOUSAND CUllIOSi
TIF.B. Oct 6 H i
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Sept.25, 1?72.
AFTER the 1st day -.f October, Ibo Onli
uanco regarding SWINE moiling at largo
in tho streets will be enforced.
* Sept 2f?_ C. BARN UM, Cily Clerk.
Our friend of tho Christian Neighbor say?
that propio who complain of dull tunca don't
advertise. Make known your complaints.
Thia is Heinitsh's plan. Make known your
complaints; Hcinilsh has a remedy-tho
BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS, tho beat family
pill over made.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA,8. O,
Present Capital, $100,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 9500,000.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing in
toreat at tho rato of neveu (7) por cont,
per annum, will be issued.
NOTES, Billa ot Exchange and other e.vi
deuoce of debt diecouuted, and money loaned
Stocka, bouda. Gold, Silver bought and sold.
Drafts on all tho prominent cities ia tho
United States bought and sold.
Directors-J. Eli Gregg. John B. Palmer, F.
W. McMastcr, lt. D. Sonn, of R. D. Senn &
Son; G. W. Reardon, ot Copeland & Reardon;
lt. it. Bryan, of Bryan & Mci.arter; W. C.
Swafliold, of R. ,t W. C. Swafheld; John C.
Heegera, W.B. Stanley.
President- John B. Palmor
Caaliicr- A. O. Ilronize.r.
Assistant Cashier-C. ?. G. Butt.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of S>1 and ?pward3 Received,
?N TERES1 A1. LO V.ED A T TEE EA TE Ol
8EVEE ELE CEET. FEE ARE UM.
ON CERTIFICA 'IES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SI A J'EE CEA T. COM
l'OU A J? LR EV EE Y SI A
MO :iTRS ONACCO UR TS.
".Via. Martin, President.
John li. Palmer, Vico-I'reeidcnt.
A. G. Brcuizor, Cashier.
J. II. Sawyer, in general charge.
John O. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Uampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell, F. W.McMabter.E. Ii. Heiuitbh, JohbB.
,1'almcr, Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
B. H. Rutlodge,Charleston.
r'aniclRavenel, Jr., Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Ol?
phau s and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men andTruatoet
wishing to draw interest on their funds mit i,
they require them for business or other pur
poses; Parents doeiring to set apart small
?urns for tneir children, and Married Womeo
and Minors ( whose deposits can only bo with?
drawn by thomeolvea, or, in case of death, by
their logal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside fanils for future use. are hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
l,he sumo lime, be subject to withdrawn Iwh en
Portable Fountain Pomps.
JUST received a supply of portable foun?
tain PUMPS and SPRINKLERS, which
is tho most useful and convenient apparatus
for watering ahrnhhery, flowers and planta,
and for washing carriages, windows, Ac.
Also, a useful article for extinguishing ilrcu
at the commencement, sprinkling side-walks,
xo.,Ao. For salo at low prices bv
_ Juno 27_JOHN AGNEW & SON.
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
11AEE pleasure in calling the attention of
. the public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodcons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons Brass and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kinda. Alao, Sheet Mutuo and
Inatruction Books for every class of Musical
Instruments on band at all times. Sheet
Music sent hy mail, post paid, on receipt ol
price; and all hinds of Musical Goods sent by
Exprehs. when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for aale cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Melodcons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties to any poin
desired, at moderate pt ices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to thorc favoring ua with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens* Savings Bank Building,
Oolnmbia. S. C. Nov 7
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Street, 7iear Ptain.
NOW on baud 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 Snits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made toordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
abort nat notice and in the beat manner.
Terms cash and Good? cheap. Oct 3f>
~ MOSES GOLDSMITH &~sW,,
ColonadeRow, Vendue Range, Charlestun, S. C,
Scotch, Pi? and American Barlron,
KEEP constantly on band a full supply of
lu store, 100 tons EGLINTON PIG.
_Nov 28 ly
WHEELER & WILSON'S
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
11QE simplicity, durability, eaae of manage?
ment and great range nf work of this
Machino has made it tho universal favorito,
and leading family Sewing Machine for more
than twenty years, and hence it is no experi?
ment to buy ono.
For salo on monthly instalments, second
door bolow PllONIX oflicc,Columbia. S. C., by
A. J. PURSLI'Y,
Feb 27 Aeent for Pnralev.t Trump.
To Columbia Merchants.
THE UNION TIMES, published by R. M.
Stokes, at Union Court House, offers to
thc Columbia merchants a good medium,
through ita advertising columns, for securing
tho trade of ono of tho most solvent and
liberal Imping Counties in the Stato. Tho
crops of Union County aro excellent, and a
largo trade may bo expocled froni its citizens.
Teima of advertising mod?r?t*?. Sept 17
A whole family cured of biliousness with
ono box of Heiiiitsb's Blood and Liver PHIH.
Thia is cheap practice. How is it? Why, tho
pi". . . 'nod.
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH OABOLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMUIA, S. C., Sept. 26, 1872.
ISaiMlMBiH;. Chango of Bcbooulo
BPE5?3?2!ffir^5Btt? to go ?ulo effect ou
and utter buildup, 29th .instant:
MAIL AMD PASSENGER TRAIN.
Loavo Colombia at. Sam
Arrive at Charleston at.4 30 p tt:
Leave Ch aries te nat.'J 31/ a m
? i rive at Columbia at.C.20 p m
MOOT EXPBK?B, PBEIO#T AK D ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [Sundays except td.]
Leave Columbia .7 50 pa Arrivi. ..fi 30 ? ru
Arrive Charleston 7.10 p m Leave., .t? 45 a m
Camdon Train will run as follows:
Leavo Camden at. 7 20 A.M.
Arrive nt Columbia at.ll 65 A. M.
Leavo Columbia at.2 10 P. M.
Ariivo at Camden at. C.55 P. M.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-Prtaidtnt.
S. R. PICKINB, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte.Columbia and Auguste R.B
8 0 PE lt IN '1 EN DE N1 *8 OF Fl CE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., beptenibcr 22,1872.
run over thia road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leavo Cbailottc.8.00 A.M. 8 20 P.M.
Leave Columbia_2.40 P M. 3.S0A. M.
Arrive Augubta.7.42 P. M. 8.20 A. M.
Leave Augusto.C 35 A. M. C 50 F. M.
Leave Columbia_11.53 P. M. 11.16P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.7.42 P. M. C.(0 A. M.
Standard Timo ten minutes plover than
Washington; biz minutia ahead Cob.ml ia.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daih.fcun
daye excepted. Loth traine make close con?
nection to all pointe North, South andY^eBt.
Through tickets Bold and baggage checked
to all principal pointe.
E. P. ALI XANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DORSEY. Pen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Bcheuule.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA A AUGUSTA R. R.CO.
WILMINGTON, N. C., July 31, 1872.
Eta m&ftfc AFTER this dato the
?^JgjfeB^?Safc'following echedulo will
bo run by ti ams on thia road :
DAY EXPRESS TBA1N [DAILY.]
Leavo Wilmington [Union Depot J 3 25 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. 9.13 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 1 35 P. M.
Leave Columbia.ll. 2rjA.M.
Arrive at Florence. 4 10 P. M.
Arrive Wilmington [Union Di pot] 10.25 P. M.
NIGHT KXr-BFbS TRAIN .
Leavo Wilmington [Lniou Dei ot] 5.45 P. M.
Arrive at Florence.ll 88 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 3.45 A.M.
Leave Columbia. )(.'.<P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 2 OD A. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 8.00 A.M.
No NIGHT TRAINS leavo Wilmington or
Columbia bunday P M.
July 81 JAS. ANDERFON, Gen'l Fup't.
Greenville and ColLr&bia Railroad.
a^ffi^isK"*^ TRAINS 8iunN daily!
Sunday a excepted, roDiiectiLg with Night
Trains on tenth Caioliua Railioud up ?nd
down; with Trains going North and touth
on Charlotte, Colin bia ai.d Augutta bail
road, and Wilmington, Columbia and Auguata
Leavo Columbia at.7.15 a. m.
Leavo Alston_. 0 05 a.m.
Leave Newberry.10.40 a. m.
Leave Cokeabury.2.10 p. m.
Leavo Belton.8 50 p. m.
Arrivo at Greenville. 5 30 p.m.
Leave Greenville ?1.7.PO a. m.
Leavo Belton. 0 30 a.m.
Leave Cokeabury.ll 15 a. m.
Leavo Newberry.. 2 30 p. m.
Leave Alston.4 20p m.
Arrivo at Columbia. 6 CO p. tu.
Anderson Bratich and Blue Ridge Division.
Leavo Walhalla. 5 45 a. m. Arrivo 7.15 p. m.
Leavo Perrjvilie ii.25 a. m. fi 95 p. m.
Leave Pendleton 7.10 a. m. 5.60 p. m.
Leave Anderson 8.10 a. m. 4.50 p. m.
Arrive at Belton 0 CO a. m. Leave 3.60 p. m.
Accommodation Trains mn on Abb? ville
Branch Mondays, Wednesday a ana Fridays.
On Anderson Branch, between Belton and An?
derson, TtiPfdavs, Thnrtdavfl and Saturdays.
TE OM AB DOPAMFAD. Gi n. bup.
JABF7, NORTON, General Ticket Agent._
Richmond and Banville Railroad.
ttmk?mgm& CONDENSED TIME
IHEgjjaegjHgyq AHLE, iu t f?t ct on and
alter Sunday, June 2,1872:
STATIONS. MAIL. EXPREFB.
Leavo Greeuhboro.1 15 A. M. Kl 00 A. M.
Leavo Danville. 3 64 A M. 12 48 P. M.
Lt ave Bui kville. 9 10 A. M. 5 45 P. M.
Leave Amelia C. H....10 02 A. M. 6.40 P. M.
Arrivo at Richmond.. .12 02 P. M. 8.47 P. M.
Leavo Richmond. 2.35 P.M. 5.20 A.M.
Leave Amelia CH. 4 50 P. M. 7 20 A. M.
Leavo Burk ville. 5.45 P. M. 8 28 A. M.
Leavo Danville. 10 50 P. M. 12.65 P. M.
Arrive at Greenaboro.. 1.10 A. M. 8.60 P. M.
Trains leaving Richmond at 2.35 P. M.. BI d
at 5 20 A. M., connect at Greensboro with
traina on North Carolina Division, for all
pointe South. Paaatngers ltavii g Richmond
at 2.35 P.M., connect at Greeneboio with
train lor all points East of Greensboro. Pas?
senger train leaving Raleigh at 7 60 P.M.,
conni els atGreeneloro with Northern-bound
Mail train, arriving in Richmond at 12 02 P.
M. JOHN R. MACMURDO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. 1 ALCOT, luKiucer and Gen Bup't.
NORTH CAMOUKA DIVISION.
BTATION8. MAIL. EXPREPB.
Leavo Charlotte. 7 10 P. M. 0.80 A. M.
Leavo Baliabury. 9.34 P.M. 8.87 A.M.
Leavo High Point.11.17 P. M. 10 17 A. M.
Arrivo at Greensboro. 12.02 A.M. ll 00 A. M.
Leave Greensboro_12.50 A. M. 11.10 A. M.
Leave Company fcbops 2 85 A. M. 12 20 P. M.
Leave HillBboro.3.45 A. M.
Leave Raleigh.C.35 A. M.
Arrive at Goldsboro... 9 10 A. M.
Leavo Goldebero. 5 20 P. M.
Leavo Haleigh. 8 37 P. M.
Leave HiUnboro.10 51 P. M.
LeaveOompauySbopa 12.1(8 A. M. 2.16 P. M.
Arrive at Greensboro. 1.40 A.M. 3 80 P.M.
Leave Greenaboro_ 2 25 A M. 4.00 P.M.
Leave High Point.... 3.11A.M. 4 89 P.M.
Leavo Salisbury. 5 03 A. M. fi 13 P. M.
Arrivo at Charlotte... 7 25 A.M. 8 10 A. M.
Mail traina daily, both wajs, over entire
length of road. Express daily between Com?
pany Shops and Charlotte Sundays excepted,
Pullman Palace Cars on night trains between
Charlotte and Richmond, without change.
S. E. ALLEN. Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. H. GBKEN, Master Transportation.
Summer Solu chile 8. & U. R. R.,
rxuauagagn DOWN TRAIN. UP THAIN
Sffiy^SiS? Arrivo. Leave. Arrive. Leave
Spartanburg.. 5 30 5.25
Batesville. COO COO 4.CS 4.53
Pacolot. 6 08 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 6.48 4.05 4.10
Unionville. 7 25 7.50 3.05 8.25
Santuo. 8 20 8.25 2 30 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Shelton. 9.15 9 20 1.85 1.4P
Lvlea* Ford... 9.40 9 45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10.05 10.10 12.50 12.65
Alston.ll 00 11.00
M?v94_TTiOS B. JFTFJLPr*Bi7icrrt_
Fall Turnip Seed.
Lang's Imnroved Puta Paga,
Cob?on's Improved Ruta Baga,
Largo White Norfolk,
Largo White Globe. HOPE A GYLES.