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Jtfloe 0a Richardson Street, near Taylor
| , ?.?*???:?
? 'i#r bpok aud Job Printing of everydoiorlp
Jia a promptly and faithfully attendod to.
- ?.'?'?>.soaBoarvnoa.
D*ily,six montha.li 00; Tri-Weokly, S 6C;
. ADVJEBTI8KVKHT8
?{naerto? in the Daily at 75 cents per aqnare
ror tho first and 50 oonta eaoh subsequent in
^artion,-' Iiohg advertlsomonts 'by the week,
:4in t h Qjr yes*, at reasonable rates*
Mail AaEANOKMEHTB.?The Northern
mail opens 6.30 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.;
oloBea8 P. M. and ll.OO A. M. Charles?
ton day mail open'b 6.15 P. M.; cIobob 0
A. M.; night Opens 7.00 A. M.; closes
6.15P. M. Greenville opone 6.45 P. M.;
' cJbfl?p'?: "Western^Opens 6.80 A.
MtfSa 12.30 P. M,; closes 8 an? 1 P.M.
? Wilminjjion opens 8,80 P. M.: oloses.
10.80 A. M< On Sunday the office is
open from 8 to 4 P. M.
j Ir rou Bsxii doll, despondent, drowsy,
debilitated, have frequent headaches,
mouth tastes badly, poor appetite and
tongue ooated, you aro Buffering from
torpid lifer, or "Biliousness." Nothing
-will cure you bo speedily and per ma
- nec?y as Dr, Pierce'a Golden Medical
. Disopvery. 4 ,, ?. 1
1 J'OasTx . do Without It."?This is
?"? what the stage and horse-oar 00mpanics,
livery-atablo keopers, members of the
turf, And all grooms and trainers aay of
theMuOTANoXLTKiMBNT. They "oan t do
without it." And why? Because it in?
fallibly reduces ' the external Bwellings,
&o., whioh, under various names, impair
the usefulness and 'value of the king of
quadrupeds, and also because, for
sprains, strains, galls and other injuries
to whioh horse flesh is liable, it is the
most'"trustworthy preparation in the
market. Yet these recommendations
00mprise only a portion of its olaims to
- publio confidence. During a period of
more than sixteen years, it lias been
' recognized aa a specific for many of the
most agonizing disorders whioh afflict
tha human family?snch as rheumatism,
. goat, neuralgia, lumbago, tiodolorenx,
acre throat, ear ache, tooth-ache; and,
- likewise, < as a peerless application for
cuts, bruises, burns and scalds.
D25 ??? > lt8
la llxo active pursuit of pleasure or
gain,' tho inestimable blessing of health
i? too often forgotten, until disease is
firmly eoatod, and tho fact only realized
by great bodily and mental suffering.
? Toe liver is tho vulnerable point in most
?' persons, and tber disarrangement of the
organ involves almost the whole system;
. hence' the reason why under liver dis?
ease there is enumerated such a number
S?&tS&SgaJBSL KB claim the Simmona'
^ Liver Regulator to be a remedy for them
" all. ; '? 1)28*3^1
A man in Youngs town bet thirty dol
? tool ona .bitter oold dey? that be could
walk to Warren. He spoiled a forty-five
dollar suit of clothes, a fourteen dollar
pair of boots, paid a doctor ten dollars to
thaw but bis ears, and was. arrested at
Warren as a suspicious Character and
locked up two days in jail. He-won his
bet. ' ?.
The latest styles wedding and visiting
cards and envelopes, tastily printed, oan
be obtained at the Phoenix office.
Old newspapers for sale at Phoinix
office, at fifty oents a hundred.
Hotioe to Executors, Administrators,
Guardians and Trustees.
METTJHNB Of Executors, Administrators,
Guardians and Trustees, for the year
1 are required by law to be made during
the month of January. All falling so to do
Will be proceeded against.
BANDERS D. 8WYGEBT,
Jan 18 Judge of Probate.
--? Sawed Cypress Shingles,
#*YF ertporior q?klity and finish, can now be
\J furnished in &pv doislred quantity on ap
- Ration to Us.1 g?y .
\ They are more ddbablt. and are cbkapeb
than any shingle now in use: and, boehlcs
giving* finished look to roofs constructed
with thorn, they make a roof perfectly free
frtnn'fqtks.
They will bo shipped in any desired quan?
tity to any point on the various railroads, and
will bo found very convenient to parties in
the country desiring to build. Tboy are j
neatly packed for shipment.
We refer to the following parties who have
used them:
"Clark Warl??, EBq., OhildS, Johnston A
Palmer; Dr. Qeo. B. Tr< zevant, the VestTy of
Trinity Chnroh, Oolambia, and Gowcr, Cox A
Harkely, Greenville, B. C.
. MoilABTEB, MONTEITH & ItOATH,
.Offlee in Law Sange, Columbia, 8. O.
tOT. Abbeville Banner, Newberry Ucraltl,
Greenville Mountaineer, Dnionviils Ttnus,
? Copy onto atad send'bill._Dec 3 jlmo
Cheese and Biscuit.
KA BOXES ENGLISH DAIRY O08BEN,
WU PiOe Applo and Y. A. CHEESE.
ftO boxes aneortod Bfcouit. For sale low.
Doc, 8,. :'.'':' ? '' , HOPE A OYLES.
? ? -! iLook Out for K. K.'B!
10.Q?0SnVa1fC?IU,Dbia- T?be
"jfoonl* JOHN 0. BEEGEBS'.
Oysters.
MY OYSTEK SALOON is open
for the season. My friends are in?
vited to give me a oall. Ovatere
all styles. G. DIEBCK8.
OtlB_
..<?' Fresh Biscuits. 'L
AftlNA,Pearl, Oyster,Wine, Butter, Milk,
J? Plo-nioy Cream, Corn Hill, Lemon, Soda,
&o., all freah. For sale low by
Oef.\ VT I if " j HOP^ A GYLES.
New Orleans Syrup.
1 f \ BARKELS New Crop NEW ORLEANS
1\J BYBUP, of very superior Quality, for
sale by HOPE A OYLE8.
Buckwheat Flour.
TWEW SELF BAI81NG BUCKWHEAT
J5!;7LCUB. at G. DIEROK8'.
Nov 14
Valuably Pharmaceutical trccparau, na
- t, ?STAllLIHll?D i *. . ?.>f
N . ? Ca?B?|>l?. . B. Jp., 18*?,' 4j>t ? - I
? ? t -?dbai.br nr '
CHOICED?UGS.
PUARMACE?TICAL PREPARATIONS
AHO-- ' ? ?
Family Medicines.
?* ? a
BROMIDES CALCIUM, Sodium,
tAmmonium, BromidCB Potassium,
Morphia, Cadmium, Iodides,Qalnia.
Chlor, Propylamia, Iodoform. Bou
dalt'u Pepsin, Wine of Beef, Yinum
Oibi et Ferri Cum Ginohonia, Wine
of Beef, Iron and Barks, Pure Tasteless Cud
Liver Oil.ERxira of Bark, Pepein, Bismuth,
Elixirs of (Jentian, Wild Cherry, Iron, Beef
and Whiskey, Valor Ammonia, Beef and
Brandy, Hypo-phosphites, (Churchill's.) Acid
Phosphate, (Horsfoid's.) Liie Food and
Nerve Force: ~.
Proprietary preparations of recognized
worth.
Queen's Delight Compound takes the place
of barsaparlila, a valuable alteratiTC
Blood and Liv?r Pills, an alterative rill, an
anti-dy?peptio and d'nner Pill, mild yet
effectual in its action, nicely suiiar-coatcd. A
desirable family medicine, worthy tbo atten?
tion of Physicians. ?_Deo 21 i
Pacific Guano Company's
(CAPITAL, $1,000,000.)
SOLUBLE f A C 1FI fi GUANO.
THIS GUANO is now so well known in all
the Southern States for its remarkable
effects as an agency for increasing the pro?
ducts of labor, as not to require special re?
commendation from ns. Its use for bovou
years paat has established its character for
reliable excellence. The large fixed capital
invested by the company in this trade aflords
the surest guarantee of the continued excel?
lence of this Guano.
The supplies put into market this season
are, as heretofore, prepared under the per?
sonal superintendence of Dr.St. Julian Bavo
nel. Chemist of the Company, at Charleston*
S. O.; hence planters may rest assured that
Its quality and composition are precisely tbo
same as that heretofore sold.
J. N. BOB80N,
Selling Agent, Charleston. S. O.
JOHN S. REESE it CO.,
General Agents, Baltimore.
Thums -$48 cash; $53 time, without inte?
rest.
To accommodate planters they can order
now and have until tbo first of April to de?
cide as to whether they will take at time or
oaeih price. When delivered from the factory
by the oar load, no dm y ago will be charged, j
?-?Nov 23_3mo
Apples! Apples!
1 f\BARRELS NORTHERN APPLES,
IX} 2 Barrels CRANBERRIES, just re
ceived and for salo by HOPE A GYLES.
LeRoy F. Youmans, Attorney at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OFFICE Law Range, B&uskett's building,
up stairs.
Youmans & Bheppard,
Attorneys at Lato, Edgefiela, S. O.
LbR. F. YOUMANS. JNO O. SHEPPARD.
Aug 27_Gmo
FOR SALE
AT TSE
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
seven PEn CENT.
COUPON BONDS
OF TUB
CITY OP COLUMBIA,
Secured by a Sinking Fund. Coupons secured
by an Annual Tax and Receivable for City
Tu7.es. Bonds non-taxable by the City,
Bond Bebt of the Citv Limited by Law to
$600,000. Taxable Property of the City
$7,000,000.
THE BONDS offered are authorized by an
Aot of Assembly approved March 13,
1872, for the construction of the new City
Hall. Their final redemption is, by the terms
of said Act. secured by a "sinking fund," to
be accumulated from tho annual rents of the
building. These rents will reach from $8 000
; to $10,0JO per annum; and tbe Carolina Na?
tional Bank holds a lien of tho building for a
term of twenty years, as truatoe, with power
I to collect the rents and hold tbe samo invest?
ed as a fund for the redemption of the bonds.
By said Act a special annual taxis required
to be levied to pay the aimi annual coupons,
and tho Carolina National Bank is made the
trustee of the city to receive the taxes when
collected and to pay the coupons. Tbe cou?
pon a are also receivable for city taxes.
The taxable property of tbe oity is at pre?
sent asBeesed at $7,000.000; and by said Act
the bond debt of the city cannot be inoreaeed
beyond $600,000 wbilet tbeee bonds are out?
standing. The bonds are exempt by law from
city taxation.
These bonds are offered to the public at
eighty nett, with interest from dato of pur?
chase to January 1, 1873, allowed in settle?
ment. After that date, tbo accrued interest
to be added.
To citizens of Colnmbia tbeso bonds will
give an income of 12} per cent., ax may be
seen from tbe following statement:
Seven per cent, bonds, at 75,
annual lntorest..9j per cent.
Nineteen years to run, average
increase per annum. 1} percent.
City tax saved. 2 percent.
Average annual income.123
Deo 11
To the Citizens of Columbia.
THE undoraigned have been appointed by
tbe Board of Trade a Committeo to solicit
donations of Rooks and Pamphlet? for tho
Eurposo of forming a LIBRARY, which shall
e open to tho public upon tbo payment of
annual dueB or fees, and under rules and re?
gulations to be hereafter adopted. To the
oollection thus made,it is propoeod to add,
by purchase, from time to time, as the funds
derived from the collection of suob fees and
dues will justify. Connected with tbe Li?
brary will be a Roadlng Room, snpplied with
Magazines and-Newapapeis.
Tue want of a popular Library in this city
will be acknowledged by all, and tbo- under
signed trust that citizens will cpntribnto
liberally.- Contributions may bo left with anv
of tbe undcrsiguod. JOHN B. PALMER,
JOflN AGNEW, Jn ,
JOHN H. WILEY,
E. W. BEIBELS,
J. O. SEEGERS,
_Uo? 4 . .... _ Committee.
The Southern Celt.
A N IRISH.AMERICAN REPUBLICAN
jflL.NliWSPAPER.dovoted to, the oausu of
nuivereaj libcrly. The only C?ltlo-Amorioan
i?nrnar.puoHshed in the SotPJi.' Price, $2.50
por yea*, to advance. Tbo CK LT ia publish od
every Saturday, and contains a digest of tho
latent Irish and Amerioan nows. carefully pre
pared, with sketches, talea and-editorials on
the events of tbe day. JAS. B RENN AN,
' Editor aud Proprietor.
. Address "SOUintRN CELT," Charloaton
S.U._' ' ?/ _
A whole family cured of bilionsuous with
one box of HcinitHh'd Blood and Liver Pills
This Is choap practice. Howitttl? Why, the
p? ?? trd.
8 X i
? .i. ? >'i vie- /??!!.! i> .<__" J' ? I
'? : u.
to and rnoii
, NEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACT?BINQ CITIES.
ThrM Times a Wcek?Tnr?ilfty, Tliurniay and Saturday,
' ELEGANT STATE-ROOM AOCOMMORAIIONS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hoars Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 BALES no^THLV.
The South Carolina Bailroad Company,
.-jpub)
of rail and sealtran>porlation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in oxccllencoand ca?
pacity at any other poit. The following splendid Ocean Steamer* are regularly on the line:
TO NBW YORK.
MANHATTAN,
II. 8. Woodhull, Commander.
CHAMPION,
R. W. Lookwood, Commander.
OH* jESTON,
James Berry, Commander.
JAML8 ADQEll,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander.
.TAME8 ADQEB A. CO., WM. A. COUltTENAY,
GEORGIA,
S. Holmes. Commander.
SOUTH CA110LINA,
T. J. Beckett, Commander
CLYDE.
J. Kennedv, Commander.
ASHLAND,
-Ingram, Commander.
WAGNER, BDGER & CO.,
Aeente, Charleston, 8. O.
TO HHILJIDELPIIIA.
Iron SteamfchipsYIBGINIA, C.Hincklty, Com'der. GULF STREAM, Mex. Hunter,Com der.
Mailing Days?THUR8DAYS. WM. A. COUHTENAY,;Agcut, Charleston, 8. C.
TO BALTIMOIIE.
FALCON, Hainte, Commander. MARYLAND. John eon. Commander.
SEA GULL, Dutton, Oommadner. Total c?paoity 40,000 bales monthly.
Sailing Days?Every Fifth Day PAUL C. TBENUOLM, Agent, Charleeton, 8. C.
TO BOSTON.
Steamship MELCEDITA. Sails every other Saturday*.
JAMES AI;OER it CO., Agents, Charleston, 8. C.
Rates guaranteed aB low ae those of competing lines. Marine Insurance, cne-hnll of one
?per cont.
THROUGH BILL8 OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can be had at all principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi
State BoomB may be secured in advance without extra chaige, by addictsing Agents of
tho Steamships in Charleston, at whoso offices in all eaten tbo Bailroad Tickets should bo
exohanged and Berths assigned. The Through Tickets by this route include Transfers,
MoalB and State Boom, while on shipboard.
The South Carolina Bailroad, Georgia Bailroad, and their cei.nectir g line e. have largely
increased their facilities for tho rapid movement of Freight and ] Bct-e-rgert between the
Northorn citieB and the South and West. Comfort ihie Night Cars, with the Holme-B Chair,
without extra charge, have been introduced on the South Carolina Railrc-sd. First class
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Bailroad, in ft clatp 6hc] ing Corp.
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to day and night trains ol the South Carolina
Bailroad. Close connection made with otht-r Beads, Oeli\<iii*g*Fi right* at dibtant points
with great promptness. The managers will use every cxrrtion to tatiafy their y.atrcntthat
the line via Charleston cannot be surpassed in dctpetch i i f. tJ < tuU riimnyol gc-M'f.
For farther information, apply to J. M. Belmiik, Buy?rii tc i d< i t. C 1 rth n? i>, S. C: B.D.
Ha sell, General Aeent, P. O. Box 4,979; Office 317 Broadwa) , N. Y.; S. B. PickFVS, General
rasBengorand Ticket Agent, South Carolina Bailrc ad. A l i> it k n I*. TTLEK,
July 1G JCain Vice-Presideut South Carolir.a Railioad, Charleston, ?. C.
Stork's Restaurant.
Oysters and Other Refreshments.
yflSjCS. THE undersigned bogs to inform
/4 ]T-shirt friends that his SALOON and
VsJ'RESTAURANT is in full operation,
and be ia prepared to supply MEALS at all
hours. OYSTE1IB, in and out of tho shell,
from Norfolk, Charleston, and Indian Key,
when the weather uermits. Imported and
domestic SEQARS, Baltimore LAOER BEER,
etc. A. STORK.
Oct 26_
OYSTERS!
Stewed, Fried, and on the Shell.
jSPjS\ fS)\ HAVING made our arrangements
^^}]ruf for the Oyster season, we are j-re
^?^ar pared to furnish our friends and
patrons with OYSTERS, in all styles. Wo
h"po that polite attention to onr friends may
give satisfaction to all who may favor us with
their patronage. We shall endeavor to please
the eye as well as taste, remembering that
"cleanliness is a virtue."
Novl gmo_F. D.JKONEMAN.
DAVIS & CO.,
Patent, Land, Information and Claim
Agency,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
A Great Public Want at Last Supplied.
KNOWING that there are hundreds of men
in all parts of the country who daily
need INFORMATION in regard to Pensions,
Bounties, Patents, Internal Revenuo Licenses
and deoiaions, the condition of Contractors'
Accounts, or some others of the endless
claims which go before the several depart?
ments of the Government; wbicbinformation,
if it can bo furnished RELIABLY and
PROMPTLY, saves them tbo loss of timo and
the expenso of a visit to the seat of Govern?
ment, has induced us to establish, in contu c
tion with our Patent, Land and Claim Agency,
an INFORMATION BUREAU.
We can furnish, upon the shortest notice,
SPECIFIC AND RELIABLE information in
regard .to any point iuvolved in t he business
of the various deportments; or can transact
any of the business before them.
The aid Congressmen will, from obvious
reasons, be very willing to afford us, (when
necessary,) our long acquaintance and fa?
miliarity with the officers and with the
routine of public business, and our prompt
and unremitting attention to all matters en?
trusted to OB, enable UB to offer tbo best fa?
cilities Tor obtaining information; and wo de?
sire to afford it on tho most reasonable terms.
All letters enclosing one dollar, with a
stamp for return postage, will be immediate?
ly answered, and explicit and satisfactory in?
formation given. In its pursuit, no efforts
will bo spared, and it will ho communicated
with tbo most scrupulous fidelity, so as to be
i.bsolntely reliable. Wo are determined to
merit?and secure?tho unqualified conti
denco of our patrons.
49* Parties having lands for sale, espe?
cially in the Sonthrrn States, will find it to
their advantage to send us a fnll description
of their premises, with terms, A-c., as wo now
havo an application, from a colony of Swedes,
for 100,000 acres of laud in the Southern
States. Desoriptives of land must be accom?
panist with $1, to pay for translating, Ac. If
sold, a moderate feu (2\ per coct.) chargod.
*3~ Contractors' accounts for conveying
the United 8tates mail prior to 18C0, as aiao
Assistant Marshals' accounts for taking cen?
sus of 18G0, bought or received for collection.
We refer to?
Hon. J. J. MARTIN, Sixth Auditor of the
Treasury for the Post Office Department.
Hon. D. P. HOLLOW AY, late Commis?
sioner of Patents.
M. W. BARR, Agent Southern Associated
Press.
RIVES A BAILEY, Proprietors Congres?
sional Globe.
A. ROMAN & CO., Publishers, San Fran?
cisco, Cat
JOHN CUMMINS, late Associate Justice
8uprcm? Court, Boiac City, Idaho.
MOSES KELLEY, Esq., Cashier National
Metropolitan Bank.
CHAS. A. JAMES, Esq., Cashier Bank of
Washington. '
WM.' J. MoDONALD, Esq..Chief Clerk
United States Senate, Washington, D. C.
CLINTON LLOYD, Esq.?Pay Clerk House
of .Representatives, Washington, D. C.
H. a. HAYE8. Esq , Reporter Associated
Proas, House of Representatives, Washing?
ton, D. O.
F. U??MITH, E?q., Official Roporlor Hoiuo
of Representatives, Wftahlngton, D. C.
O. P. CULVER, Attorney at Latf, Washing
ton, D. C. .
And to the members generally of Congress.
Addroas DAVIS & CO.,
Tat , Land, Informalfon andDltdm Agts.,
P. O. Glass Box No. 351, Waablngtonj D. 0.
Dec 7 sOiuo
75
North Carolina Hay.
HALES good N. C. HAY, for pale oir
by_HOPE A- GYLES.
AYER'S
Hair Vigor,
For Restoring- to Gray Hair its Natu?
ral Vitality and Color.
A dreaeing which
in at onco agreo
n.blo, healthy and
effectual for pre?
serving thobair. It
soon restores faded
or gray hair to its
original color, with
tiie gloss and fresh'
;i ess of youth'. Thin
hair is thickened,
falling hair check
od, and baldness
often, though not
always, cured by its
u?o. Nothing can restore the hair where the
follicles are destroyed, or the glands utro
Chied and decayed;*but ancb as remain cau
0 saved by this application and stimulated
into activity, so that a new growth of hair is
produced. Instead of foaling the hair with a
pasty sediment, it will keep it clean aud vi?
gorous. Its occasional uue will prevent the
hair from turning gray or falling off, and con?
sequently prevent balduces. The reatoration
of vitality it gives to the scalp arreatB and
pi event b ?ho formation of dandruff, which is
o/.'ton so uncleanly and offensive. Free from
those deleterious, substances which make
aome preparations dangerous and injurious
to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but, not
harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR
DRESSING, nothing else can b?i found bo de?
sirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it
uoes not Boil white cambric, and yet lasts
long m tho hair, giving it a rich, gloasy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical CbtmUt.
LOWELL, MASS.
May Ifi_ITltMlC
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
for IJUeantrs of the Throat and Lang?,
auch aa Couglts, Colda, Whooping
Cou?h, Bronchitis, Asthma
und Consumption.
AMONG the great dis?
coveries of modern
science, few are of moro
real value to mankind
than this effectual re?
medy for all diseases
of the Throat and
Lungs. A vaat trial of
its virtues, throughout
.this and other coun?
tries, has shown that it
doea surely and effect?
ually control them. Tho testimony of our
best citizens, of all classes, establishes tho
fact, that Chkrhv Pectokal will and does re?
lievo and cure the uffiichug disorders of the
Throat and Lungs beyond any other medi?
cine. The most dangoroua affcclionB of tho
Pulmonary Organ? yield lo its power; and
cases of Consumption, cured by this prepa?
ration, arc publicly known, bo remarkable as
hardly to bo believed, woro they not provon
beyond diaputo. As a remedy, it is adequate,
on which tho public may rolj" for full protec?
tion. Ry curing Cough?, tho fore-runners of
moro aerious disease, it eaves unnumbered
lives, and an amount of sutleriug not to be
computed. It challenges ti ial, and convinces
the moat skeptical. Every family should
keep it on hand as a protection against tho
early and titiperceived attack of Pulmonary
Affections, which aro oaaily met at first, but
which become ii curable, and too ofton fatal,
if neglected. Tender lungs need this de?
fence; and it is unwise to be without it. As a
safeguard to children, amid the distressing
diseases which beset tho Throat aud Chest of
childhood, CiiKbiiY Pectouai. is invaluable;
for, by its timely use, multitudes are rescued
from premature graves, and saved to the love
and affection centred on them. It acts
speedily and surclv against ordinary, colds,
scouring sound l.enlth-rcatoiiug sleep.
No one will ruft*.-? irotlbtesbmq Inflam??
and painful Bi?n?hutM,wiu-n they know hew
easily they an ha cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious,
and successful i-hemict.1 investigation, "u
cost or toil is spared in making every bottlo
in the utmost possible perfection. It may be
confidently rolled upon as potneuKing all tho
virtues it has ever exhibited, and capable ol
producing cures an momui ahleaa the greatest
it baa ever effected.
PKRVAur.i) nv
Dr. J. 0. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical nuri Auulyf Inil Ghenilatu.
SOLD RY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
MaylG Stmjll
Importers aud Manufacturers, ?',
?FFEB to the trade; tbo: largeat a took of
Hunifcu and ImltaUoa EAJR GOODS,
FaKOY GOODS. JEWEISBY, LACE GOODS,
etc. that can he f??rid.ln New York oity.
Bend for sample parcel. 447 BROADWAY.
Hept 7_ ? . i , Amp
Sew Goods,
pr rv boxes baisinb,
OKI 50 half boxes Baisins,
60 quarter boxes Raisins,
75 lbs. Citron,
10 buckets Mince Heat,
1,000 Oranges,
10 bbls. Northern Apples,
lOdoz Jara Prunes,
2 doz. jara Ginger Preserves,
CO drumB Smyrna Figs. For sale by
Doc 4 HOPE & OYLES.
(doors,
sashes/
BLINDS,
WOOD MOULDINGS, STAIB BAILS,
NEWELS AND ALL KINDS OF
FANCY GLASb.
Ilaroe stock, lowest bates
OBDEK WOBK SOLICITED.
Send for estimate and prico liet.
KKOGH At THOHNB.
254 AND 25C CANAL STBEET,
L6 ly NEW TOBE CITY.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA, 8. C,
Present Capital, $150,000.
AVTHORIZBD CAPITA!., $000,000.
CEBTIFICATE8 OF DEPOSIT, bearing in?
terest at the rate of seven per cent, per
annum, will bo issued.
NOTES, Bids ot Exchange and other evi
donoes of debt discounted, and money loaned
on collaterals:
Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Silver bought and sold.
Drafts on aU the prominent cities in the
United State? bought and sold.
Directors?J. Eh Gregg. John B. Palmer, P.
W. McMaster, B. D. Senn, of B. D. Benn &
Son: G. W. Bearden, of Copeland A Bearden;
B. L. Bryan, of Bryan & McUurter; W. 0.
Swafiiold, of B. & W. C. BwaOioid; John C.
Seegers, W. B. Stanley.
OmOEBS.
President?John B. Palmer
Cashier?A. G. Bronizer.
AwsiBtMit Cae-hier?O. N. G. Butt. Sept 28
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
or
SOUTH CAKOI.1NA.
Deposits of 831 and Upwards Received,
iE TEE EST A LLO M ED A T TUE UA TL Ol
SEVEN FEH CEE T. FEE AXE UM,
OE CEE TIF10A 'J LS OF BEB OS1T,
AND SIE FEE CEET. COM?
BO UEBEB EVEEY SIE
MOE TBS OX ACOO UETS.
OFFICERS.
Win. Martin, President.
JobnB. Palmer. Vice-President.
A. G. Bronizer, Cannier.
J. H. Sawyer, in general charge.
John O. B. Smith, Assiatant Caahie-i.
Director*.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Hab?
bell, F. W.McMaeter.E. 11. UeiuittL, Join. B.
Palmer, Thoma? E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott,Newberry.
W.G. Mayes,Newberry.
B. H. Butledge,Charleston.
Daniel Bavenel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Ol?
phana and others may here deposit theirsav
ingB and draw a liberal rate of intoreetthere,
on. Planters, Professional Men andTrnsteec
wishing to draw interest en their funds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
lums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose dopositscan only be with
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
asidefnnds for future use. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and,at
theaame time,be subjeotto withdrawalwhen
leaded._Ang 18
Columbia Music Store.
-? a
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention ot
the puMic to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violina, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accordoons. Brass and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kindu. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Books for every olaes of Musical
Instruments on hand at all times. Sheet
Music sent by mail, poBt paid, on receipt oi
price; and all Linda of Musical Goods sent by
Express, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for eale cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other pm tics to any poin
doBired, at moderate piices.
AU ordere promptly attended to and {satis?
faction guaranteed totboBO favoring us with
thoir patronage. Send for our catalogue ot
Sheet Musio and Musical Merchandise. Bi?
ch ardson street, a few doors above Phosnix
office, Columbia, S.J3._ Nov 7
WHEELER & WILSON B
Sewing Machines.
HIGHEST PttKMI?lH
o
?8
O
c
E
By Committee of" Practical Machinists.
THE simplicity, durability, esge of manage?
ment and'errat' rang* of work of this
Maohiue baa msaa.lt the uni vocal favorite,
and leading family Bowiig Machine for more
than twenty years, and lien'co it it* no experi?
ment to buy one.
For aale on monthly Instalments, second
door below Pnr&Nix uflico, Columbia, P. 0.,'bv
A. J. PUKSLLY, "
Fob 27_Agent for Pnrslcy & Trump.
A Ci.iitain CunE von Cim.i.s ANnEnvKn?
First tuLo tbe Blood and Liver Pill*, to woik
off the hit? and purify the blood; throe or i
fonr will bo anflicient. Then take a table
spoonful or HEINITBH'8 CHILL CUKE, ilt
haeheontricd; we> know it
Leave Colnmbia at..... ....???.'.?.o..; 6 4'm
f'rive at 9hatlettoii at......,,.....44a fen
Leave OhsrleatOnat.....9.30 a ra
? rrive at Columbia at.!. !..';, ? B.sft p m
niodt kxpee?8, FBtlOHT and a'OCGUMOfiallO*
train, [Snndaye excepted.]
Leave Colombia. .7 60pm Arrive. ..6.80 a ra
Arrive Charleston 7.10 p m Le avt...c iO a ra
Camden Train will run ae folio we:
Leave Camden. at............. 7 20 A., ft.
Arrive at Columbia at..11.66 A. M .
Leave Colombia at.2.10 P.M.
Ariive at Camden at. CL66P. M.
?_A. L. TYLEB, Vice-president.
8. B. Pickinb, Qeneral Ticket Agent. " r
Charlotte. Columbia and j jgutda k. b
SUPERINTENDENT'; OFFICE,
Cqlcbbia, 8. 0., Septtii Jtr 22,1872.
aHMHWBS ON and after this date,
^iaaL!zSmS. following echt dult will lo
run over tbia road: . ,
going bocth.
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Lcavo Charlotte.7.15 A.M. 8.20 KM.
Leave Colnmbia_2.29 P. M. 8.80 A. M
Arrive Auguata*.7.42 P. M. 8.20 A. M.
going pobih.
Leavo Augusta.6.85 A. M. 6 COP. M.
Leave Columbia.... 11.68 P. M. 11.(6 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.6.15 P. M. fi.CO A. ii.
Standard lime ten tninutcs slower than
Washington; six minutes ahead Colt mlia.
NorlTrare daily. No. 9 Train dailv, Sun?
days excepted. Both trains* make close ecu
neotion to all points North, Fontb and West.
Through tickets sold and baggage checkt d
to all principal points.
JAMES ANDEIi SON. General Snp:
E. R. Pobbbt, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Schedule.
Wilmington, Columbia & Atj?csta B. B.'Cc.
BtrEiineripDKKT'B Off ice,
Wilmington, N. C, October 7. 1872.
Mf?nn AFTER tbia date tie
_?tSK__W? following Bchcdule
be run by trains on this road:
dat xrxpnESs tbain [DAILY.]
Leave Wilmington [Uniob Depot | 8.26 A. M
Arrive at Florence..... 9.66 A.M.
Arrive at Columbia. 2.40 P. M
Arrive at Augusta. 7.42 P. M.
Leavo Augusta. C.86A. M.
Leave Columbia.11. MA.il.
Arrive at Florence. 4.16 P. M.
Arrive Wilmington (Union Depot] 10.26 P. M.
NIGHT bxpbeb8 tbain.
Leavo Wilmington [Union Depot] 6.45 P. M.
Arrive at Florence._11 36P.M.
Arrive at Columbia. 8.40 A. n.
Arrive at Augusts. 8.90 A.M.
Leavo Augusta f. 6.50 P.M.
Leave Columbia.10.20P.M.
Arrive at Florence. 2.12 A.M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 8.CO A. M.
Oct 8 JAB. ANDERSON,Gep'i fcup't.
Greenville and Columbia Bailicfec.
P A B S E n G E B
_!TBA1N8 inn daily,
SundajB excepted, CCtnt-ctitig with NifcCt
Trains on South Carolina Rainer d up trd
down; with Trains going Noitb ai d b'cuth cn
Charlotte, Columbia atd Augctta and W?
mington, Colnmbia t>nd Augusta EailrcaCeV
cp.
Leave Columbia at.7.16 a.m.
Leave Alston.?.(5a.ru.
Leave Newberiy...'... 10.40 a. m ,
Leave CokesLury.2.C0 p. m.
Leave Helton.8 tOp. to.
Arrive at Greenville..-... 6 SO p. m.
down. ; j
Leave Greenville at.7.20 a.m.
Leave Beit?n.9.80 a.m.
Leave Cokesbury.11.16 a. m.
Leave Now berry.. 2 80 p. to.
Leave Alston.4.20 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia. 6 CO p. ra.
Anderson Branch and Blue Bid'ge UitMi'ii.
down. trp.
Leave Walhalla. 6.46 a. m. Arrive 7.16 p. m.
Leavo Ferrjvillc 0.S5 a. m. i 6.26 p. xo.
LeavePendlelon 7.10 a. m. 5.50p.m.
i Leave Anderson 8.10 a. m. 4.50 p.m.
Arrive at Reiten 9.CO a. m. Lrrrvc 8.60p.m.
Accommodation Trafos tun <d AbTtcville
Brancb Mondays, Wednesdays n o Fridayr.
On Anderson Branch.betweenBcHcdand An?
derson, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Salurdaj e.
THOMAS DODAMFAD, Gen. Sop.
J>btz Nobton, General Ticket Agent.
Kichmond and Danville Bailrct d.
3?agamm 1 condensed time
Jgm MSB 7 ARLE, in tffcct on and
after Sunday, October 13,1872:
GOING NORTH.
stations. ma1u ixpbee8.
Leave Gretmbore.2 CO A. M. 11 10 A. M.
Leave Danville. 4 40 A. M. 1.62 P. M.
Leave Bnrkville. 9.44 A.M. G 30 P.M.
Arrive at Richmond.. .12.45 P. M. 9.S0 P. M.
GOING EOUTH.
Leave Bicl.mrnd. 1.60 P.M. 6.10 A.M.
Leave Bui kville. 5.12 P. H. 8 28.A. M.
Leave Danville.10 (OP. M. 12.67 P. M.
Arrive at Greensboro. .12.25 A. M. 8.S0 P. M.
Trains leaving Richmond at 1.60 P. M., el d
at 6 10 A.M., connect at Greentlcio aith
trains on North Carolina Divieien, for all
points St.ntb. Passengers leavii g Biel n crd
at 1.60 P.M., connect at Grceteloio aitb
train for all points East of Cretttbcio. I at
eenger train leavirg Balei|!b at 6 40 P.M..
connects at Greensloio aitb NoiiLen -l < ti'd
Mail tiain, arriving in Bicbmord at 12 45 P.
M? JOHN B. MACMUBDO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. 1 ai cot. Engineer and Gen. tup'!.
NOltTH CAROLINA nlVlEICk.
GOING NORTH.
stations. mail. iXTDift.
Leave Charlotte.7.10 P. M 6 10 A. M.
1 Leave ?alisbury.10.12*'. M. t? hi A. M.
J Leave High Point_12 16 P.M. 10 17 A. M.
ArriveatGieeneboro. 1.19 A.M. 11 (0 A.M.
Leave Greensboro.... 2 CO A.M. 11.10 A.M.
Leave Company Shops 3.40 A. M. 12 20 P. M.
Leave Hillaboro. 4 65 A.M..
I Leave Raleigh. 8 05 A. M. .:.
arrive at GoWaWo.i. 1110 A. M. .
GOING SOUTH.
Leave Goldttcro.8(0P.?M.
Leavo Raleigh..6.40 P. M.
Leave Hillsboro.9.16 P. M.
Leave Company BbopslO 65 A. M. 2 15 P. M.
Arrive at Grcciiitoio.12 20 A. M 3 ?0 P. M.
Leave Greensboio-1.10 A M. 4.(0 P. M.
Leavo High robot .... 2 02 A. M. 4.89 P. M.
Leavo Salisbury. 8 58 A.M. G.13P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte... 6 25 A. M, 8 10 A M.
raaBcngtr train leaving Baleigl. C 40 P. M.,
connects at Greensboro with North? n t om d
train; making quickest time to all Kerthem
cities. Price o? tickets wl?s as other ? nit*.
Mail trains daily, both wa\s, ever ei.tiie
length of road. Exprtes daily between Com
panvSbopBand CharmtteStiufM? '*c-<pt(d.
Pullman Palaee Carbon night trains bstwr tin
Charlotte and Richmond, * ithout cLnnpc.i ,
8. E. ALLEN. Oen. Ticket Agent. ?,
W. n.OBy-gN, Master Tr^nsppr-laticn.. t
Bummer Behtdule S. & U. K. H.,
?mmtrr down train, up train
JS?g^**** Ariive. Leave, Arrive. Liave
Hp?rtanbufp.. . .5.30. V 6125 ? .. .
Batesville... . 6 06 ?ifX? -?.fS-"4.68,
Pacolot.-.. 6 (8 6.13 4.40 4.4&1
Joncaville_ 6.43 fl.48. .:4.1'6. 4.10
UnionjiUe... 7.25 7.60,- . 8.C6 .8*21,
Hantue. .. 8.2? ? 8 25 2 80 2185
Fish Dam... . 8.40 !8.45 2.10 2.16\
Sbelton. 9'.15 - ^ 50 1.85 1.4P
LvIIdb* Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 .17-'
Strother. 10.05 10.10 12.50 .66
AUton. 11.00 . ?T.0C
May 24 THOS. B. JETER. President
50
Seed Wheat.
BUSHEL8 Red Rprlng-WEED WHFAT,
lor Balo by HOPE *i 1TLEP.

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