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?VSUX WKDNKHDAX K?IIKINQ.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
KI) ITOU A VI? PROPRIETOR.
Attlee on Richardson Street, near Taylor
?~ l?ook and Job Priming of ovorydoaorip
%lon promptly and faithfully attended to.
D*iiy, Bix months, ti 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 8C;
Weekly, 1 50.
Insertod in tho Daily at 75 oonts per nqna^o
fer the li rat and 50 oonts each subsoquonl In
.srtiun. Long advertisements by the week,
month ur vear, at reasonable rates.
Fall-let them fall around;
Fall ou the reddening (?round;
Fall, as wo lall aw av from Mle's sere treo,
Into the ocean ot eternity
Lest, swallowed np and drowned.
Fall, though tho snu IA high.
And bright and luu.i tl>e nay; *
Tot every suugbiig wind its myriad sends.
Falling, ?til! I.-. Hug, aa falso-heai ted friends
In our a Jvortity.
Yet whilo they fall, still fall,
A b.muior light than all,
A biner she-n than yon autumnal sky,
Bbiuoa on a, KS 1 feel th> love-lit ?ye
Dispel IAJ being's thrall.
Wo walk, thoao leaves abnvo.
Thy soft video, like tbo dove.
Lew murmuring; or as when, the woods
On morn of Valonti?*, the wild bird's song
WhUpera her mate uf love.
Bo let them fall away,
Friend* of tho dummer day
False friends, who cannot bear affliction's
X know the love that liveth in thy breast
Will never fall away.
Novell Not oven when
Beyond earth's narrow ken,
Like doad leaves fluttering in the autumn
We two have pansod. our love nh nil at Ll abide,
Bhall have g>o*u nerfnot thou.
An old gentleman remonstrating with
hie married son, who did not live on
good tern a with hi? wife, on the impro?
priety of their contentions, nineo, in the
.ye of human and divine law, they .vern]
one, "I don't know how that muy be,"
replied the young man, "but I'm certain
that if you passed our door when we aro I
quarreling, you'd think we were at least j
John G. Saxa is responsible for tho
following paraphrase from Martial :
**Your noHe and your eyes your father
gave, you say;
You mouth your grandsiro, and your|
Your flue expression ; tell mo now, I pray,
Where in tho name of Heaven you got j
IN pursuance of the proclamation of his
Excellency lt. E. Scott, Governor of tbe
State of Bouth Car. lina, an election will he
held on tho FIRST TUESDAY IN NOVEM?
BER NEXT, 5th instant, for Buven person* aa
Elector? of President and Vice-President ot
?he United Stales.
Tho pull? will bo opened at C o'clock A.. M.,
And oloae at ti o'clock I'. Af., at tbu following
places and under tho following mau agora, viz:
Too city of Columbia ia hereby divided into
four election preciuctu:
WA Ul) OST..
First, citizens in Ward One will voto at An?
drew W?laoo's, (iorniurly tho Fenton ?o-uao,)
on Hiohardt-on street.
Afuna^cr* - H. M. Davidson, James Ken?
nedy, MUUMUU Williams.
8KCOND WARD TWO. POM. AT COUnT nOUSR.
Managers-(J. J. Carroll, W. Al. June*, Ben?
THIRD, WARD TU UKI:, POLL AT PU02NIX HOOK
ANIJ I.ADOKR COMPANY.
Managers-il. F. Nixon, Daniel Idair, Jos.
i'oouTn, WAHD FOUII. POM. AT MINOKT'S, (FOR?
MERLY o'coNNhl.l/H nun.DINO.;
Manugirrx- J. Bahluianu, Jubu Fitzsim
-monn, Holland Mitobell.
Managers - Thomas W. Dawson, Kit Mills,
Managers-Oreen li. hush, John B. Good?
wyn, James J. Goodwyn.
Managers-J. C. F. Simms, Toney Blaino,
Minagers-Nathan Dnbard, Jacob Jackson,
Managers -Eli Killian, Thomas Garner,
Managers-E. S. l'oroival, Thomas Roberts,
Managers - Sumnol G. Houry, January
Simpson, Jacob Thompson.
Managers-'Eagono Clarkson, Joseph Walk?
er, Anderson UuriJH.
The Chairmen of the rp&pectivo Boards will
meet the Commissioners of Election at the
Court House, Columbia, on Saturday, Novem?
bers, at ll o'ulook A.M., to receive ballot
boxns. poll lista, and written and verbal in?
structions. A. L. SOLOMON.
Oommiaaioners of Election Richland Co.
_ Oot 29_ 0
Oats and Corn.
Iiinn BUSHELS FEEDING OATS,
.\P\J\J 700 bushels White Corn, for
sale low for gash. HOPE A OYI EH
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Gooocnlus Indiens Fisb
Hurries to make sleepy or headache.
Lang's Improved Ruta Baga,
Cobsou's Improved Ruta Baga,
Large White Norfolk,
Large White Globe. HOPE A OYLEB,
FARINA, Pearl, Oyster, Wino. Bnttor, Milk,
Plo-nio. Oroam, (Jori) Hill, Lomon, Boda,
Ao., all fresh. For salo low bv
Pot 9 _ HOPE A GYLES.
Choice Family Floor.
Kfi BARRELS STRICTLY PRIME, for
tJ\J sale at reduced rates.
Angustio _JL?J!E * OYI^H?
The Doctors Recommend tieegera'Beer
TN preference to Loudon Portorand Scotch
_k\e._ Whv?Thov know U la unadulterated
ACEII'IAIN CUKK Fen Ciili.r.s AND t'Kvmt
First take tho Blood and Liver Pills, to work
off the bile and purify the blood; three or
four will bo sufibitmt. Then take.a table?
spoonful of H b'.INITHH H CHILL CURE. It
has boon tried; wo know it.
Book, Job and Newspaper
STE Ali PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
TUE Propriotor of
ibo 1'iiiKMi ban fitted
ap and thoroughly
furnished hie office
with latest improved
material for exocntion
of all ki min Printing.
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The Type, Rerocr, bule, Ornaments, Cutis,?ta
aro of M0DE11N NT YL.1-. and carefully selected
The Trossos are
of the MOB
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Professional Men, Merchante. Mannfaotnrers
and Mechanics, supplied with any style work
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A large stock
With lbs LABOE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, tho stile, quality and coet of
work cannot fail to give satisfaction.
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Ordorf from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION,and work promptly forwarded,
rhifls the only
tho interior of
two, three and
can ho put up in
plain Black or
and examine cpi
tho State where
BILLS, Ac, Ac,
irnnd stylo, either
State of Sooth Carolina.
CHAIILKSTON, R. O., October 22,1872.
To Commissioners of Elections for Cheater
Wfl LUEAS, Hon,Lucius Wimbiibh, who,
at a general oloction, libbi Oct oin r,
187?. waa chosen a member of the Senate for
the Election Dinirict of (Jbeater CouDty, to
aerve for thu term of four year?, baa, muse
said election, deceaeed; and whereas tho
Constitution of tho Htuto of South Carolina
dirrcla tliat in such cano a writ of oloction !
ahab bo iaauod by tho President of thoMoHate,
for tho purpose ot filling tho vacancy thud
occasioned for the remainder of tho term fur
which thu member BU deceased was elected to
Now, therefore, you and each of you are
hereby required, after due advert?a? mont,
and with strict robard to all (bu provisions of
tbe Constitution and laiva of said Ktato,
toii"bing your duty in auch case, to hold an
?.1.dion for a member ot the youuto for the
Election District aforesaid, to t-eivo for the
icniainder of tho term for which (be eaid
Hon. Lucius Wirubueb was elected; tho pol's
to be opened at tim various plaouBof election,
in tho laid Distract on luKKDAY, the 5th
day of November 1872. by the various seta of
managers for those mares, and the counting
of the vo ea cast, and ila?* declaration of tho
result of the electiou tu bo in accordance
with the provisions of the Act approved
Mardi, 1870, entitled "An Aot to provide for
tho gem ral elecliot a, ? nd the manner of con?
ducting tho BWIII",'' and the Act of 1872
amendatory 'hereof. Ibis writ, toge tl er
with ? certified copy of your return ot election
to be held under it. br.vo be f< ru the Souate at
ile r < xii meet-og after the election.
Wime?1*: The Hon. A J Hausier, President
r>r thu Ho?Htc, at Charleston, this '?2d usv of
ALONZO J RANHIF It,
Pr?sident of tho Senate.
At toni: J. Woo DK F ry. Clerk of St nate.
Oft 2?) 7
btate of South Carolina.
CHARLESTON, S. C.. October 22.1872
7'n Commissioners oj Elections for Union
~\Vj\f HERBAR lion. TT. W. Duncan, who. at
V v a gem ral election, hold October. 1870.
was ( host i. a in? inlier ot the Senate for tb?
Kit Ut iou Dinirict ut Union County, to serve
for thu tom of four years, bas eilico said
election deceased, ard ?boitas the Count itu
lion of the Hiato of Siuth Cioolina dirrrta
that in such caso a writ ot election shall be
issued by tho President of the Senate, for tho
purpose cf Hi ing Ibo vacant*) tbUH occa?
sioned for (ho remainder vi thu term for
which tho member to decent cd wa? elected to
Now, tbrrefm c, yon and c?ch of yon are
hereby requhd, >i; er duo advertisement,
and with si.;ct reg?.? i tr. i!l tin*, provisions ot
tho Consi nul 'un ar.d uw . of t*aid btate touch?
ing your uuty i'? nUt-h case, tu bold an elec?
tiou for a menin, r of tho Senate for tho Elec?
tion Dialricl afort said, to servo for lb?! re?
mainder of Hui tenn lor which tho said Hon.
il. W. Duncan *ua elected, thu polia to be
opened nt the Tarions places of election in
tho said District, on TUESDAY, the fifth da>
of November, 1872, by the various eel* of
managt rs for those places, and the counting
of the votes oust, and tho declaration or thu
result of the election, to be in accordance
with tho provisions of tbe Act approvud
March, 1870 entitled "An Act lo provide for
Ibo Otiiciai Elections, nnd Ibo mainer of
conducting the same," and the Act td 1872
amendatory thereof. This writ, togetlur
wiik a corlified copy of your re; urn ol elec?
tion to ho held under it" have before tho Se
nate at its next meeting alur the election.
Witness: Tho Hon. A. J. funnier. Presiden!
of th'j Se?alo, at Charleston, i\. C., Hus 22d
day of October, D 72.
ALONZO J. RANSIER,
President of t hu Senate
Attest: J. WooonuFF, Clerk of Senate.
Philadelphia and Southern
HAIL STEAHSIllr LIKE
TO WILMINGTON, N C.
IS composed of two first elaas STEAM?
SHIPS, oi 800 tons each; sailing from each
port ??very WEDNESDAY.fol brough rate,, to
all pointa South and b..ulb-weet a? lew aa by
any other route. Immranco one-belt percent.
Prompt and certain desi a'nb riven, for
rates on genoral merchandize, colton, sheet?
ing, Ac, apply to
W. L. JAMES, General Agent,
WORTH & WORTH, Agents,
Wiliuiiiuiou, N. C.
A. POPE, Cen'l Freight Agent
W., C. A A. H. H., Wilmington, N. C.
Sept 14 ? Amos
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
All fresh and for salo low for cash by
JunelG HOPE A GYLES.
i)pr BARRELS choice selected FATING
?21) POTATOES, inst received and for salo
by JOHN AGNEW A HON.
O.T. ALFOBD .V. CO., Pro
.'prietors; fi. HAMII.TQM, Hnp't.
Look Out for K. X.'S!
March 28_JOHN 0. KEEPERS'.
Butter, Choeee, &c.
TUBS choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
Boxes choice Goshen Cheese,
1,000 pounds Urea 1.last Strips,
10 barrels pBarl Grist and Big Hominy.
All fresh and tor salo hy
July IC HOPE A OYLES.
Our friend of tho Christian ?vlghhor saya
that people who complain cf doll innes don't
advert ire. Make known your complaints
This is Heiuiub's pinn. Muse known your
complaints; Heinitsh hus a rein? dy-"-tin*
BLOOD AND LIVER PH J B, tho beat Tamily
pill ever made.
BUY TUB GENUINE
Moro than ?50 Different Moitlflcatlon?.
AU KN 4 ti ALSO VOIl TUE ll K.ST A I. Milt MONEY
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
311 Broadway, New Tort,
lfiC Baltimore nt., Baltimore.
6'J Camp St., Now Oilcans.
FAIRBANKS & EWING,
715 Luustuut ntreot, Philadelphia.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN & CO.,
118 Milk utroot, bonton.
For ealo bv lo&diog Hardware Dealern.
Bept 18_" w!."?m_?...
I Just Published 1 Most Brilliant Work
Gems of Strauss'!
THE publishers oiTcr to tho public thin ?
uniune and most attractive collection, j
brought out, ah one may say, under tho ONO
o? tho groat componer, and containing his
very host works. It is ombelliebi d with a
Une PORTBAIT OF bTRAUcib, and contains
the . rime favorites.
Artist Life, Blue Danube, Marriage Bells, \
Manha'lan. 1 COI Nights, Wiener'Bon?
bons, Pizzicato, Wine lt'onter.
and bong. New Annen,
and many othor equally good Walt/en, Polkas,
Quadrilles, Mazurkas, Ac , fliting altogether
2'?6 LA HOE MUSIC I'AOEsl
Tho "Hist applause" on its appearance
wains us Unit the fine book ???to ho inevitably
alt the fushion tho present season. Price
$2 CO in boards; ?3 00 in cloth.
Sont, post-paid, on receipt ot price.
HRB no Superior
Our Church Music Book. Tin: standard,
$1 fit). Specimen copiea st nt, for tho present,
po^t-paid, for fl 25
OLIVER DIT80N & CO., Boston.
CHAS H DITSON V CO . New Y- rk. Oct 2 P?
THE CH?. ND
GIFT MONEY ALL UP!
In bank t>> Pay Prizes
A FULL DRAWING IN SIGHT.
11HE OltAND Gll?T CONCERT, for tho
. belie?t of th? Public I Urary of Kou
tucky, is po:-'poned to KATU IMY.'tho Tib of
Docemncr, ?ur tho following reasonr:
1. Tho tm uro ot' certain agim-H to make re?
turns tu time for thi drawing to t.ako place
tient eui ber 28
?. Tho accumulation of orders during the
last tow days to such an extant t hat it WHS not
possible lo All them and h*vo tho drawing on
3. Tho geur.ral expressed dei-iro of lickot
holdore that a full drawing might bo had,
even it it made a short postponement necos
.1. Tho belief of Lbo managcniput that by a
short post puni mont thc i t meant of unfold
tickets can bo disposed ol, and nil the prize
paid in tu 1, wnhi.ul the mccssity ot" ?nypro
rata sealing donn.
For tin-so rcaaniiB, coupled with tim earnest
desno io butti fit thu Publie Library by a larger
balance, mid thu ticket-holders by larger gifts,
tho cone rt and distribution hive been post
p .ned to Saturday, the 7i li of December. 1872.
On th it day ?.nu no oilier thu drawing will
punitively and unequivocally come oil" in the
great li;iil ol tho Publie Library building, be?
ginning i?t precisely ?o'clock A*. M., ami coii
liltllo until ibu wh'do 1,000 Kif)s arc awarded.
1 ho payment OF thc g if ts will begin th? third
day ut':< r tu. drawing, and continue for fix
umiiths, i., current fund H. by tho Farm-.Ts'
abd MruvprH' hank,or bysighl draft upon thu
Fon* .i National bank, New York, at Hie op?
tion ot tho gilt ticket-holders.
Lint ?r cutts.
One Grand Gift, Cash. $100.ff)0
( me Grand Gift. $50,OOO
1 Casu Gift $23 OOO I 4 Cash Gifts $2 000each
1 Cash Gift. 20.000 I 15 Cash Lifts, tl 00? ach
1 Lash Oilt. 15 OOH I 20 Cash dills, yuuoaeh
I Cash Oin. in .(MK) | ill Cash Oiitu. eOOeach
I Cash (lilt, ll imo 25 Cash Gilts. Ton each
i Cash Gift. 8 000 I .15 Cash Gifts. (KIO each
ICa-hGift. 7 OOO 1? Cash Gilts. ?IIPOHCII
ICashiiitt. o' 000 I 60 C sh (.ins. -BO each
1 La.-di Gift. 5 01)0' o'i Lash tufts. ailOeaih
1 Ca nh Gift. 4.000 i ICO Ca?h Gifts. 2lr0each
lCsnhGift. a 0U0 I 012 i'n.rh Gifts. 100 "sch
Total, 1,000 Gifts, a.l Lasl.$600,000
Pitier. OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets, ,"10; halves. i~>; quartern,
$2 50; ll ? bolo lick i ti 1er $110; V8 Tor $225; 50
?or J500; 113 fur $1.000; 225 tor $2,fi0:'; 575 lor
$5,000. No Uifciihliton less than $100 worth
of tickets at a timo.
'1 be money necessary to pay in full all tho
offered gifts is now upon deposit in the Farm?
eiVlaml Drovers* iUnk. hs will bo seen hy tbo
lollowing cort floate of tbs Cashier:
FAUMEIIK* ANO I.'IIOVEUH' BANK.
LOUISVILLE, KY.. Sept 20. 1872.
Thia is to certily, that there is now nu de
fiosit in this hank over half a million of dol
iirs to tho credit of tho Gift Concert fund,
$500 000 of which is hoid by this bank, as.
Treasurer ol thc Public Library ol Kentucky,
to pay elf alt gilts to be awarded at tho draw?
ing. It. S VEAGH, Cashier.
Mon. Jons UAIIIIKK Manager of ibo Boyal
Insurance Company, Liverpool, and Colonel
Jn.soN P. JOHNSON, Proprietor of tho Galt
House, will act ?i- a committee on the part of
thoTru.-h.es to take charge of tho tai/s be?
fo? o tho dr ?wing, count th? Ul, nineo them in
I ho wheel, ami pernuuiilly see that ctn res?
ponding numbers f'.r all *tlu> lickuts sold go
luto Ibo wi.eel. After ibo draging is over,
tho wheel, with its content-, will lie placed in
thc hands nf a committee on tho part of tho
ticket-bolder*, to satiety themsolves whether
all tickets sold were represented lu drawing.
blind children, in full view ol' tho audiouco
will ali.M mitch draw tim tags Fi om ono of tho
glass wheels mid tho gilts belonging tu Hum
from tho other, and ibo official record of tlie
drawing thus conducted will no k?-nt by three
tellers chosen bom dill- rein banks in the city.
Tho drawing will bo published iu tho home?
ville papers and New York Herold aud nllicia)
copien ma:leo lo all parties out of Louisville
to whom tickets have been sent by letter.
Tho remnants of tickutsret unsold will ho
fnrnnLod to I luise who firit api ly for thom,
and as general a distribution of UM ni will be
made amoii? agents as thnr liiuitod iiiimbcr
will permit. No agent will Ino poi un'ttoti, on
any account wbn't wi. to hold or soil a tn. I ot
for the management arter November ?fi, 1872.
Phis posto.nj. on nt bas heeu made t y ? .!.
vice of the Pnistn.'s, with tho sole object of
tho real benefit of hath the tick? l-lmldc-r und
tho Public library, ami ail concerned may
rost perfectly a isur. d iii nt tho positivo amt
(IOAI programme hore announced will be car?
ried out to the li Uer.
THOMAS E. il RAM LETTE,
ARont Public Libmr.v Kentucky, I ublic Li
brsrv bniloim?, i-'-uisvilio, Kei.tc.cky.
Kn-n HUKIt '.'(>. 1872 (U t fi swl?
North Carolina Hay.
7fr RAI.EH good N. C. Il AY, for unie ow
P> by HOPE A G Y CFS.
Important for Reference.
J. W. & E. Chisholm & Co.,
Importers and Manufacturers,
OF F ET. to tho trade tho largest stock of
Human and Imitation HAIR GOODS.
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, LACE GOODS,
otc, lhat can bo found in New York city.
Send for samplo parcel. 417 BROADWAY.
Neut 7 imo
CENTRAL N ATIONAL BANE
OF COLUMBIA,S. C,
Present Capital, $150,000.
Al'THOMIZKU CAPITAL, SGlO.OOO.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT. bcoi?Eg in
torost at tb? rate of seven (7) per cent,
per annum, will be issued.
NOTEtS, Bills of Exchange and other cvi
douoee of debt discounted, and money loaned
on collat orals:
Hincks, Bunda, Gold, Silver bought and sold
Drafts OD all the prominent cities in thc*
United Staten bought and uold.
Directors-J. Eli Greug.John B. Palmer, F.
W. MeManter, lt. D. Heirn, of H. D Senn &
.SOD; G. W. Dearden, of Copeland A Hearder,;
R. L. Bryan, of BijdU & McCmter; W. C
SwaOield, of H. A W. C. Bwaflield; John C.
Seegers, W. B. Stanley.
President-John B. Palmer
Cashier -A. G. Brouizer.
Assistant Cashier-C. N. G. Butt.
Sept 28 _
CITIZEN8' SAVINGS BAL K
Deposits of 311 and Upwards Received
? i ? ? ???..
UNTEREM ALLvV, h.B Al IDE HA TLC
HEVEN FEE CENT. FEE AAA CM,
ON CEE Tl Fl OA '1 Eb OF BEE O SI 'i,
AND SIX FEE CAA 1. COM?
EO UN DED EVERY SIX
MONTHS OE ACCOUNTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John li. Palmer. Vice-president.
A. G. Brouizer, Cashier.
J. H. bawyer, in Ltmul ibkice.
John C. B. bmith, Aesiotant Cashier.
Wade Bampton, \S illi a m Martin, A. C. Bas
hell, F. W. McMastei.E. 13. B chillen, Jclix.fi
Palmer, Thomas E. Oregg, Columbia.
J. Eh Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott,Newberry.
B. U. Rutledge.Charleston.
Daniel Ravenel, Jr.. Charleston.
Med?anles, Laborers, Clerks. Widows, Ol
phans and others may here deposit ?hon sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate or interest there,
on. Planters, Professional Mern and trustee*,
wishing to draw interest on their lund* mitt
they require them for business or other pur.
poses: Parents desiring to set apart smal
?nms for tneir ohildren.and Married Women
?ind Minors (whose deposit s can only be with'
drawn by themselves, or, in eas .of death, b>
their legal representativos,! ?ir-hin?/ to taj
aside funds for future use. are hore *fforde?
un opportunity of depositing thci* meant
?vhore they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
?.b?same time, bo subject to withdrawalwhor
tended. Anp 1*>
Columbia Music Store.
Ly Br and & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling tho attention ol
the public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Cbnrcb and Parlor Orkens.
Melodeons, Violins, Guners, Banjos, Flutes
Accord?ons, Brass and bilver Band Instru?
ments of all kinds. Also, Sheet Mm-io ano
instruction Books for every clat-s of Musics:
Instruments on hand nt all tune h. t-htet
Mubic hcnt by mail. po*-t paid, en rect Ipi td
price; and all kind* of Musical Coode sent bj
Express, when ordered, to ?ny pr? ri of th*
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-band
Pianos und Organa for sab cb? bp, tor cash
Pianos, Ol gana ami Mt h.ti? ons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory mai nei:?rd viii pivi
especial attention te Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos tor otht-r parties to any poiu
deni ed, nt moderate pilcos.
All orders promptly attended to and *atie
faction guaranteed to lbose fav?rinp us with
their pat rouage. Send for otu catalogue ol
Sheet Music and l'.v..jieal Mercliatidit e. 'J av?
ior street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Onlnmhia P Nov 7
M H BE H ll Y'l?
Main Siren, near I'lain.
NOW on baud and daily re.
fr* iving from the manrifac
tories of New York, Boston
Cinch nat; and Louisville.tlu
_ largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE evtl kept in this market, conuiatinc
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 kinda of MATT lt ESSES made to order,
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms e?ish and Geoda rbcap. Oct Sf)
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Colonade Rora, Vendue Hange, Charleston, S. C,
i> KA i.uns IN
Scotch, Pi? ("id American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply ol
lu store, 100 tonB EGLINTON PIG.
Nov 28 ly
WHKELER & WILSON'S
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
11HE simplicily, durability, ease of manage?
ment and gr? at range of w?.ifc of Ibis
Machino bas made it tho universal favorite,
and leading family Sowing Michino fer more
than twenty years, and heneo it is no experi?
ment to buy ono.
For salo* on tnbnihiv instalments, second
door below TniENix office, Columbia, b. C., bv
A. J. PURSLIY,
Fob 27 Agent for PurBleyA Trump.
To Columbia Merchants.
milli UNION TIMI 8, published by R. M.
1 Stokes, at Union Court Houso, o IT-rs to
tho Columbia nu-rehauts a good medium,
through its advertising columns, for securing
the liado ot ono of tho most solvent and
liberal buying Counties in the State. Tb??
crops of Union County aro excellent, and a
.MI ge trad*1 may ho expected from ita citizens.
Ti'ims.if ad ve? ticing moderate. Hepi 17
A ah o lo lnn.il> cared of bilious" ess with
one box if U'imtsh's Blood mid Liver Pills
This is cheap practico. How is il? \\ liv, tho
p- ? ? c.
Change of Schedule.
H UL'TH OAHULINA KAII.HU AU COMPANY,
Cum Mu? A , ?. C., Sept. VG, 1872.
??Sf?EE. Cha,1f<0?l M-litonlc
^i?S??EH?r^HS tu go m?o cflect on
sm) anti f ui.mo, 29ib ii.nt uni:
MAIL AMD FA8hLNOl.il THAIN.
Leave Columbia ai. 9am
Arrive at Chariest01. at.4 ?? L m
Lea VI l,harli ?lei.nt.J) 3t (, m
/ rnve at Columbia at., 5 ??0 p m
N Ki li T KXrHKHb, I'liKlOHT AND uaiii.i 1 Allon
THAIN, [Sonda;? ticer.ted.]
Leave Columbia 7 f.U | u Anhi. ..f. 8f a m
Arrive Cliaileeton 7.1b i m Le av?.... <J 46 t m
Ci uidon 'J'rai ii will run aa folh.w*:
Leave Canillen at. 7 20 A.M.
Airive nt ('(/nimbia at.ll 6fi A M.
Leave Colombia at. 2 10 P M.
A rt ive at Camden at. 0 65 P. M.
A. L. Tl LI) .Viet-) uaiutiUl.
B. B. PirittNR. (lenci al ': i p? I At H t.
o'harlottt. Columbia t. i r AtiutH B E
HUPEBINTENI1 NI *b OH?CF,
CoLfMBiA, S. C., tiphmbci 22. 1872.
?rfc? ?SIMtai?- ON ?nd ?flex tliifc date,
SCKtrSaC^BSfollowinfi schedule ?Ul bo
run over ibm road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Charlotte_8.0b A M. 8 vol. M.
Leave Columbia.... 2.40 I M. 3.30A.M.
Ar.ive Align?t?.7.42 1. M. B.tdi A.M.
Lcavi AURueta.ti 36 A M. 6 60P.M\
Leave Coburn t.._ll.fSP M. 11.16 P. H.
\ i riv. t tiricia_ 7 42 I. M. M?A.H.
Standard 'lin e len n.iintcB KI?TH 0 an
W aching ton; ?ix roil.?ii? ?Li id C oh n.l ia.
No. 1'train daily. No. 2 'J rab. d* h,iVr.n
days excepted. Botb traine r t h chu ft n
ncrtim- ti. al* pun ts North. South ai < V mt.
1 li rou nb nrtiii solo ai>d la^hpt i l.tektd
to al) pi im i ? 1 peint a
JAMI S AN DEI FON. General Snp.
K B.DoBsr.l Oe n. Freight ei c! 1 tel 11 Ari nt
Change nf ScLtcule.
WILMINGTON, COLI MWA A ft or KI A B. B. Co.
trrKiiiMLhni NT'I ( FV1CK.
WILMINGTON, N. C. ( cul ci 7. Ifc72.
fZ& flH??Mi AETEK thia date tho
IggSa HBLw following echedule will
bo tun by il ?IM? en ll. ii rc-ao:
nay LXIUIISB THAIN [DAILY ]
Leave Wiiu.il.L to). ICnicn Li i Lt I B ?5 A M.
?nive at rh.renct. 9 55 A.M.
Ai nvt ct (t.lvn-l if. 2 40 P. M.
Arnvi t.t Ali BUH?. 7 42 P.M.
1/ n i, Aii| uni.. G i6 A M.
' . ?vt Colon-bin.ll '.5A.M.
Art ive at Hoi et.co. 4 16 P.M.
Airivi Wiln.it r tot [Li i? i I ?} nt] 10 26 P. M.
NlOln hi ri-IBS THAIN.
Leave Wilm.ugtci. [lull L lui ia J 6 45 ) M.
Arrive al Finn t-ci.1136 1 M.
Atrive. al Colun Ina. 8 4P A M.
At live at Aogustr. 8 4 0 A M.
Leave Augusta. 5 50 P M.
Leave Columbia .lb ?dil . M.
Arrive al Floten-i. 2 12A.M.
arrive at V\ mun pun. 8.00 A. M.
P .IK- Ar TV . rON. Of n'l Mil 't.
on.Li.Vim bli iL.iL t.a 1.*.. inti ti.
r^fl^mi |^R8Wr?lSC PASSENGER
fey ?r55i iSKSigTl.AINt? .un duly,
hutidbyb eittpito, roi. M itu JJ wnL hitit
Trains on fci.utb Caiolii a Bbilii BO L) ?id
down; with '1 rail.s going Noilb aid lentil
on Cbailn'tc, Colui.tia hid Aigl.tta 1 ail
road, and Wilmington, t'ni.n.li.nd At j, ns ia
Leave Columbia nt. . 7.15 a. m.
Lcavo Aletou.9 ( 5 a m.
Leave Ne whet ry. 10 40 a. m.
Lc avo CokcBi ury. 2.t0 p. m.
Leave Belton.8i0p. m.
Ai rive at Greenville. CSU p. m.
Leave Greenville it. 7 PO a. m.
Leave Kelton. 9 30 a. m.
Lecve Cckeslury.ll 15a. m.
Leave Neu bel ry".. 2 30 p. m.
Leave Alt-ton....4 i.0p m.
Arrive ai Columbia. 6 (Op. ni.
.4TO?< ? ?OJI l?rohvh and li?vc Jiidge lurtsitn.
Leave Waihalic C 45 a. m. Arrive 7.15 p. m.
Leave 1 err y vibe li.I'S a. ri. 0 SB p. m.
I eave pi mill ion 7.10 u. m. 5.50 p. ni.
Leave Audcironh.ltiB.ro. 4 CO p m.
An ive Pt belton 9.Cb a m. Leave 8 ?"Op m.
Are? nimodhtion I rans inn nu Alltvulo
Branch Mond nye, Wcdneedayi1 ai o FruajB.
On Anderson Hrsneb.bt.twi c n Pn ltc n cud i n
<[( i ron, ') nesda>s, Thun d*\s and Suturdayh.
THOMAS LOLA Jil AD, Cu.. tup.
J.imz NOUTON. General Ticket Agent.
Richni?bd ard l arville Fsilicr d.
qf???iilVt CONDENSED TIME
KllSr^rw-^ AIO. in efl't-ct on aid
aller Sunuay, October 18. 1872:
STATIOSB. MAIL. ixrnEBB.
Leave Greeusboro. 2 10 A. M. ll 10 A M.
Leave Danville.... 1 40 A M. 1.1*2 P. M.
Lcavo Hui k vi I le. 9.44 A.M. G 26 P. M.
Arrivo at Bichteend.. .12 45 P. M. 9.30 P. M.
Leave Bichmcnd. 1E0F.M. 610 A. M.
1 eave Bnikvillo. 5.12 P. M. 8 i8 A. M.
Leave Danvtllo. 10 (0 P. M. 12.17 P. M.
Arrive at Grtcneboro. .12 25 A. M. 8.10 P. M.
'trains leaving hiel.niond at 160 I' M., ind
at 5 10 A M., connect at Oic?litbeio with
traine on North Carolina Division, lor all
points booth. FBB*Ingt re lcavii g Incl mond
at 160 P.M., conned at Giimsloio with
train ibr all points t att or Gr? in-Lcvo. 1 RB
htiixcr train leaving Haleigh al C 4(1 P.M.,
connects at Greensboro with Norlhtn-1 . Md
Mail ttiiin, arriving in P.icl.moi d ?I 12 45 P.
M. JOHN B. MACMUPDO,
General Freight ard Ticke t Agent.
T. M. B. 'J AI C T, Engineer and Gtn fcup't.
KOKT II t" AK I) h! N A DIVISION.
STATIONS. MAIL EXeREfS.
Leave Charlotte.7)0 P. M. 6 SO A M.
Leave Salisbury.10 12 r. M. 8 37 A. M.
Leave Bigh Poilil_12 Ki P. M. 10 17 A. M.
Arrive at Gi t er bheii o. 119 A.M. ll 10 A. M.
Leave Greensbore. 2 00 A.M. ILK' A. M.
Leave Company rdiops 3.40 A. M. 12 '?0 P. M.
Leave Hillsboro. 4 55 A. M.
Leave ltaleigl. .. 8 05 A. M.
Arrivo at Goldsboro... ll lb A. M.
Leave Goldsl.oro. 3 (O P. M.
Leave Raleigh. G 40 P. M.
Leave Billiihorc. 9.10 P. M.
Leave Com pi nv Shops 10 65 A. M. 2 15 P. M.
Arrivent GieeLtboVo.12 20 A. M. 3 30 P. M.
Leave Greensboro_1 10 A M. 4.(0 P. M.
Leave High Point .... 2 02 A. M. 4 89 P. M.
Leave Salisbury. 3 68 A. M. G 13 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte... G 25 A. M. SKA M.
Passenger Irain leaving Haleigh at G 40 P.
M, conm eta at Groeneboio with Northern
bound troin: making the quicktat time to all
Northern cities. Prico of nikita tame ab via
Mail train? daily, both wa\P, over entire
length of road. FxpreeB daily between Com?
pany shops and Charlotte Sundays excepted.
Pullman Palace Cars on uiphl traine between
Charlotte and Bichmnnd, *> it he nt change.
S. E. ALLEN. Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. II. GEITN, Mauler Tranei-ortation.
Sommer Schedule S.& U. R. E.,
DOWN THAIN. UP TBAIN
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave
Mpartanbnrg.. 5 80 6.26
Matnsvillo. G 00 G 00 4 .'S 4.BS
Parole! . G CS 6.13 4.40 4 46
JoncBvillo. G.4S (5.48 4 06 4.10
rjnionvido. 7 25 7 BO 3.06 8 26
Sunt ne. 8 20 8 25 2 80 2.85
Fish Dam. 8 40 8 45 2.10 2 16
Shelton. 9.15 9 20 1 85 1 4C
l.yhV Ford... 9 40 9 45 1.12 1.17
ftrother. 10 05 10 10 12.50 12 55
Alutntt. ll 00 'LOO
May 24 TnOB. B. JFTF.IL Pi'.sidint