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tYJULIAN A. SELB Y,
Iffloo on Richardson Street, near Taylor
?r Book and Job Printing o t 4very deBorip
Hod promptly and faithfully attended to.'
D*ily,alxmonth?,$4 UO; Tri-Wookly, 2 5CJ
w?kly. 1 ^rv^i^^^U
Inserted In tho Daily at 76 cento per?quarts
tar the first and SO eenta each adbsoquent ln
?artion. - Long advertisements by the week,
taonth or year, at reasonable rates.-'\t *
Tot Lost IfenrH Oabqmna PWibv
Thbtb Boat Found and Identified.-?
The Wilmington Slar learns from Capt.
Harper, of Bmithville, that it has been
definitely ascertained that the boat re?
cently ioond os ths beach ncsr Tub's
gentleman who .was perfectly familiar J
-with the boat which they used on that
occasion, -has eecn the one referred to on |
the beaob. and.,1b certain it is the same
Make m?ney fast and honorably,
?$l2.t#per day, $7E per week, by at once I
applying for a territorial right, (which
are gi*en free to a gent e.) to sell the best*
' strongeet, most useful and rapid selling
flowing machine, and patent button-hole
worker, ever need or recommended by
families;- or buy one for your own use; it
.is only $5;- Sent free everywhere by ex?
press. Address, for particulars, Mr. A.
Gateley, ?orner Greenwich and Court-I
landt streets. Now York. DIOtutf
A firm pfolorical tailors having adver?
tised in. the Methodist Home Journal a
full assortment of "quiet styles" for'
? ministers, the I Golden Age says: "Well,
there arc ministers who would be im?
proved by quiet habits, perhaps, but a
good many congregations would not ob?
ject to livelier Style:' in the pulpit than
they are accustomed to."
* WMrs.^Lottie Barker, of Macon, took
the white veil in tho Catholic Convent at
Columbus on Sunday last.
Wo arc spurring Bill Arp up to writ?
ing some right sharp things.
j> j , " 4[Savannah News.
Q|An ounce of preventive u worth a I
pound of core. 'To prevent chjJJ and
fever, take Bimmons' Llvor K^x?rij.gi1
A New fork street oar oondnotor Bays
*'yes^ma'am," to ladies. A.atatne of
him is already proposed.
Mada.mc Catacazy has bought a large
?mpu?t of jewelry formerly belonging to
? the Empress Eugenie.
Tt is only once or twice in a life-time
that tho Mississippi, at Memphis, has a
floating bridge of ioe.
Valrmble Pharmaceutical Preparations |
: Btftoh '? von sxta'st
E0WAED H. HEINITS?,
V b:"t sSTiBtXSUEn
. . * \'1^0??4*r>?? ?? Cm 18?,
v./: ,? DSALEB IN
BROMIDES CALCIUM, Sodium,
Ammonium, Bromides Potassium, I
trpbla, Cadmium, Iodldee.Qalnla,
lor, Propylamia, Iodoform. Bou
?arVs Pepsin, Wine of Beef, Vinum 1
Clbi et Ferrl Cam Cinohonia, Wine
of Beef; Iron and Barks, Pure Taateleas Cod
Liver JBU, Elixirs pf Bark, PepeiD, Bismuth,
Elixir* o| Oehtian, Wild ?hciry, Iron Beef
and Wnfakey, "Valor Ammonia, Beef' and
Phosphate, (Horaioru?,) Life Food and
Proprietary preparations of recognized
Queen'a Delight Compound takes the place
of Saraaparilla, a valuable alterative.
Blood and Lty er Pills, an alterative Pill, an
antUdyapeptio and dinner pill, mild yet
effectual In its action, nicely sugar-coated. A
desirable family medicine, worthy the atten
tlon of Bhysiclsna. to P>o211
ON MARBIAOF- -Happy relief for young
men from the effects of errors and abates
in early life. Manhood restored. Impedi?
menta to marriage removed. New method j
of treatment. New and remarkable remo- ]
dies. Books and oirculars sent free, in
sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSO?
CIATION, No. 2 South Ninth atreet. Phila?
delphia. Pa.?an institution having a high
reputation far honorable oonduot and profes?
FARINA., Pearl, Oyster,Wine, Butter, Milk,
Pic-nio, Cream, Corn Hill. Lemon, 8oda,
Ac, all fresh. For sale low by
Ootg _HOPE Sc OYLES.
0 hasse and Biscuit.
ttftl BOXES ENQLI8H DAIRY Q08HEN,
0\J PlneApplo and Y. A. CHEESE.
60 boxes assorted Blsenit. For sale low.
Deo 8_ HOPE & OYLES.
Columbia Female College.
THIS well-known institution
rill be ro-opened on tho first day
it January. 1873. with a fall corps
fof experienced toachers.
BATES?PAYABLE IN ABYANCE.
Tuition and Board,per see
Bind'of six months. tl50 00
Tuition for Scholars in First and Se?
cond Classes.*.. . 24 09
In higher Classes. 36 00
Mueio, with use of instrument. 83 00
Extra studies \a per circular.
JOHN W. KELLY,
Deoiairno Proaldcnt Potrd Trustees.
Building Lot for Sale.
SUITABLE for the orcotion of TWO or more
_ Houses. Located corner,of Lumber and
Bull streets. Measures 10? foot oach way.
Terms oash. Apply at this Ofllce._
Lcok Out for K. K.'S!
lo.ooo rir*"1"'' ^
Maroh 28_JOHN 0. REEGEBS'.
A whole family oured of biliousness with
ono box of Hoiultab's Blood and Liver Pills
Thia is obcap practice How la it? Why.thfc
I?'" * ? -t od.
Agent? Mak*am?Oaihty, ?76 a Week
New Sewing ?acbine
* ,: , ?o? ?oiflijrxio.iTa?,;.,
ONLY FIV? DOUAH8. m
lFWVffcs JTew PatenUiuUon-UclQ Worker,
i l Patented June 27. ,1871.
A MOST wonderful and elegantly couatruot
jA. ^d SEWING MAOUINE for Family
Work. Complete, iu all Ite paitt, uses the
straight Eye-Pointed Needle. axur-mnEADrKQ,
direct upright POSITIVE motion, new Tension,
Self-Food and Cloth fluider. Operaten by
Whr? ahd (on ' a^TABtav- Lighz Running.
Smooth and noiaeleea, like all good high
priced machiueB. Has Patent Check io pro
vent the wheel being, tamed, the wrong way.
Ubob the thread direct from the spool. Makes
the Elastic Lock STttoa, (finoat and' etrotog
est stitch- known;) firrs, durable.-eloae and
rapid. Will do all kinds of Srork, fine and
coarse, from oa?ibrio to heavy ololhor lka
TBEu, and' naes all. descriptions of thread.
This Msoblno Is heavily constructed, to give
it btbkrotb; all the parte of eaoh Machine
beiog made alike by nxaohinery, and beautiful?
ly finished and ornamented, it. is very eaBy
I to learn. Rapid, smooth and silent in opera?
tion.' Reliable at all times, and a Pumtical,
Scientific. Mechanical Invention, at greatly
'???iiCvd vfice *?
A good, ohoap. Family Sewing Machine at
last. The first and only success in producing
a valuable, substantial and reliable low-priced
Sewing Machine. Its extreme low prico
reaches all conditions. Its simplicity and
strength adapts it to all capacities, while its
many merits. make it a universal favorito
wherever need, and creates a rapid demand.
IT IS ALL IT 18 RECOMMENDED.
"I can cheerfully and confidently rccom
I mend its nee to those who are wanting a really
good Sowing Machine, at a low price.
"MBS. J. P. WILSON.
"Rutherford Park, Borgen Co., N. J."
Price of each Machine. "Class A," "One,"
(warranted for five years by special cor tin*
i catc,) with all the fixtures and everytliing com?
plete belonging to it, including Self-Tbbead
ino Needle, packed in a strong wooden box,
and delivered to any pari of too country, by
express, fbke of farther charges', on receipt
of price, only Five Dollars. Safe delivery
guaranteed. With each Machine, wo will
Bend, on receipt of $1 (sira, the new patent
One of the most important and useful inven?
tions of the age. So simple and certain, that
a ohild can work tho finest button-holo with
regularity and easo. Strong and beautiful.
SpecialTebMS and Extra Inducements to
Maxe and Female Agents, store-keepers, Ac,
who will establish agencies tbrongb the coun?
try and keep onr New Machines on Exhibition
and Sale. Country Rioutb given to smart
agents free. Agent's complete outfits fur?
nished without any extra chaboe. Samples
of sewing, desoripti?e circulars containing
terms, testimonials, engravings, Ac, Ac,
bent free. We also supply
Latest Patonta and Improvements for the
Faim and Garden. Mowers, Reapers, Culti?
vators, Feed Cutters, Harrows, Farm Mills,
Planters, Harvesters, Threshers and all arti?
cles needed for farm work. Raro Seeds in
large variety. Norway Oats. The wonderful
multiplying Egyptian Corn, $1 per hundred,
Ac, Ac All money sent iu post office money
orders, registered letters, drafts, or by ex?
press, will be at our riek, and are perfectly
eeenre. Safe delivery of all goods guaranteed.
"An old and responsible firm that sell the
best goods at the lowest prico, and can bo re?
lied upon by onr reader e."?.Farmer's Jour?
nal, New York. Address orders,
A. OATELEY, Superintendent,
Corner Greenwich and Conrtlandt ete., N. Y.
Nov 12 _j_toV Cm
Pacific Guano Company's
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
Self-Food and Ol?thJ .fluider^ f^nerates. nr
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 us. Its neo for seven
years past has established its character for
reliablo excellence, Tho large fixed capital
invested by the company In this trado affurda
the surest guarantee of the continued excel?
lence of this Guano.
Tho supplies put into market this season
are, as heretofore, prepared ander the per?
sonal superintendence of Dr. St. Julian Rave
nel. Chemist of tbo Company, at Charleston*
8. 0.; hence planters may rest assured that
its quality and composition are precisely the
same as that heretofore seid.
Selling Agent,Charleston, S. C.
JOHN 8. REESE & CO.,
General Agents, Baltimore.
Terms?148 cash; $58 time, without in teresf.
To accommodate planters they can order
now and have until the first of April to de
olde as to whether they will take at titno or
cash price. When delivered from the factory
by the car load, no drsyage will be charged.
Not 23 3mo
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
seven per obkt.
CITY OP COLUMBIA,
Secured by a Sinking Fund. Coupons secured
by an Annual lux and Receivable for City
Tuxes. Bonds non-taxable by the City.
Bond Bebt of lite City Limited by Laut to
$COO,000. Taxable Property oj the City
THE BONDS offered are authorize d by en
Act of Assembly approved March 13,
1872, for the construction of the new City
Hall. Their final redemption is, by tho term's
of said Act. bocured by a "sinking fund," to
be accumulated from the annual rents of the
building. These rents will roach from $8.000
to $10,000 per annum; and the Carolina Na?
tional Bank holds a lion of the building for a
term of twenty years, as trustee, with power
to collect tho rente ami hold the samo invest?
ed as a fund for the rode mption of tho bonds.
By baid Act a special annual tax is required
to bo levied to pay tho sbui annual coupons,
and the Carolina National Bank in made the
trustee of tho oily to receive the taxes when
collected and to pay the coupons. The cou?
pons avo also rece ivable for city taxes.
The taxable property of the city is at pre?
sort t- assesse 1 at $7,00O,OC0; and by said Act.
the bond debt of the city cannot bo increased
beyond $600 000 whilst tbfse bonds are out
j Htanding. The bonds are exempt by law from
I city taxation.
These bonds are offered to tho public at
eighty nott, with intoiest from dato of pur?
chase to January 1, 1878, allowed in settle?
ment. After that date, the accrncd interest
to bo added.
T6 eitiaeus of Columbia lhe?o bonds will
give an income ol 12} per cent., a? may bo
seen from the following statement:
Seven per cent, bonds, at 75,
annual interest. f>i per cent.
Nineteen years to run, average
increaao por annum.li per cent.
City tax saved.2 per cent.
Average annual income.12}
The Doctors Recommend 8ceg&ra'Betr
TN preference to London Porter a?id Hootch
a. Ale. Why?They knowit is unadulterated
For Fever end Ague, Inter mitten t Fe
ver. Chill Fever, Remittent Feverf
marsh, or rniaamatio poison*. ;. ...
-rtT^k " NO on0 remedy' la leader
H ]H called for by tho necessities 'of
KJr ? tho American people than a
B ^fcf <*uro and safe euro for Fever and
JLmyASU0' Such wo are now eaa
^^T. bled to offer, with a perfect cer
W tamty that it will eradicate the
disease, and with aaaurance, founded on
proof, that no harm oan arise from its use in
any quantity. -
QThat which proteots from or prevents thia
disorder must be of immense service in the
communities where it prevails. Prevention
ia better than core, for the patient escapes
the risk which he mutt run in violent attaoka
of this baleful distemper. This "Cube" ex?
pel b the miasmatic poison of Feyeb akd
Xode from the system, and prevents tho de?
velopment of the disease, if taken on the
first approach of its premonitory symptoms.
It is not only the bost remedy over yet disco?
vered for this class of complaints, but also
tho cheapest. The large quantity we supply
for a dollsr brings it within tho roach of
everybody; and in bilious districts, where
Feveb akd Aouk prevails, everybody should
hayc it. and UB6 it freely, both for euro and
protection. It is hoped this price will place
it within the reach of all?tho poor as well as
tho rich. A great superiority of this remedy
over any other ever discovered fur tho speedy
and certain enre of Intermittenth in, that it
contains no Quinine or mineral; consequently
it produces no quinism or other injurious ef?
fects whatever upon the constitution. Those
cured by it are left as healthy as if tboy had
nover had tho disease
Fever ana AgHO is not alone tho conso
quonco; of the miasmatic poison. A fgreat
variety of disorders arise from its irritation,
among which are Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Gout, Hoadacho, Blindness, Toothache, Ear?
ache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitation, Painful
Affection of tho Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the
Bowels,Colio, Paralysis, and derangement of
the Stomach, all of which, when originating
in this cause, pnt on tho interimtt ent typo, or
beoome periodical. This "CrnE" expels the
poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection
to immigrants and persons traveling or tem
forarily residing in tho malarious districts,
f taken occasionally or daily n bile exposed
to the infection, that will be excreted from tho
system, and cannot accumulate in sufficient
quantity to ripen into disease. Hence it ia
ovon more va'uablo for protection than cure;
and few will ever Buffer from Intermit tent s if
they avail themaolves of tho protection thia
For Liver Complaints, arising from tor?
pidity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
whero other medicines fail.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
AND SOLD ALiL BOUND THE WORLD.
PRICE M.CQ PEIi BOTTLE.
May 28 _ UTtmU
The Southern Celt.
AN IRISH-AMERICAN REPUBLICAN
NEWSPAPER, devoted to the cause of
universal liberty. Tho only Celtic-American
jonrnal published in the South. Price, $2.50
per year, in advance. Tho CELT is published
ovory Saturday, and contains a digest of the
latest Lrisb and American news, carefully pro
pared, with sketches, tales and editorials cu
tho events or tho day. JA8. BRENNAN,
Editor and Proprietor.
Address?'SOUTHERN CELT," Charleston
S. 0._Dec 3
To the Citizens of Columbia.
THE undersigned have been appointed by
tho Board of Trade a Committoo to solicit
donations of Books and Pamphlets for the
Eurposeof forming a LIBRARY, which shall
e open to tho public npon the payment of
annual dues or fees, and under rales and re?
gulations to bo hereafter adopted. To the
collection thuB made, it is proposed to add,
by purchase, from time to time, as tho fnuds
derived from tho collection of such fees and
dues will justify. Connected with tbo Li?
brary will be a Roading Room, supplied with
Magazines and Newspapers.
The want of a popular Library in this city
will bo acknowledged by all, and tho ander
signed trust that citizens will oontribnto
liberally. Contributions may bo left with any
of the undersigned. JOHN B. PALMER,
JOHN ?GNEW, Jn ,
JOHN 8. WILEY,
E. W. SEIBELS,
J. C. 8EEGEU8,
Dec 1 Committee.
Ayer's Oathartio Fills,
FOB the relief and
cure of ?II derange?
ments la the ato
mach, Uvor and
bowel?. 'They are a
mild aperient, and
an excellent purga
tiTO. Being purely
'vegetable, they con
tain no mercury or
Much serione sick?
ness and suffering is prevented by their timely
use; and every family should have them on
hand for their protection and relief, when re?
quired. Long experience baa proved them to
be the safest, surest and beat oi all the Pill*
with which tho market abonnda. By their
oec&sicc&l use, the blood ie purified, the cor?
ruptions of tho system expelled, obstructions
removed, and tho wholo machinery of lifo re?
stored to its hoalthy activity. Internal or
gana which bocomo clogged and sluggish &re
oleanBcd by a >?-?'? mils, and stimulated
intoactton. Thus incipient disease is changed
Into health, tho value of which change, when
reckoned on tho vast multitudes who enjoy it,
oan hardly be computed. The sugar coating
makes them pleasant to take, and preserves I
their virtues unimpaired for any length of
lime, so that thoy aro over fresh, and per-1
fectly reliable. Although searching, they aro
mild, and operate without disturbance to the
constitution, >r diet, or occupation.
Full directions arc given on tho wrapper tu
oach box, how to uuo them as a Family Physic,
and for the fol'owing complaints, which these
J'Uls rapidly cure:
h or Uyxpc pttlu or Indigestion, Listless- |
ntu, Languor und Loss of Appetite, they
should bo taken moderately to stimulate the
stomach, aud restore its healthy tono and
For Liver Complaint and its various
symptoms, in lions Headache, Sick I lea elf
lache. Jaundice or Green Sickness, Uli?
i Ions Colic and Bilious Fcveri, they should
I ho judiciously taken for each case, to correct
tho diseased action or remove the obstruc?
tions which cause it.
For Dysentery or Dlarihcea, but one
mild doso is generally required.
For Rheumatism, Gout, Gravel, Palpi?
tation or tlie Heart, Pain In the 8lde,
Back and Loins, they should bo continuous?
ly taken, as required, to change the diseased
aotion of tho eyetcm. With auch change
those complaints disappear.
Foi Dropsy and Dropsical Swelling",
they should ho taken in largo and frequent
doses to produce tho effect of a drastic purgo.
For Suppression, a largo doHe should bo
taken, as it produces tho desired effect by
As a Dinner Pill, tako one or two Pills to
promote digestion aud relieve the stomach.
An occasional dote stimulates the stomach
and bowels, restores tho appetito and invigo?
rates the system. Ilcnco it is often advan?
tageous where no serious, derangement ex?
ists. One who fcela tolerably well, often finde
that.a doec of these Pills make him feel deci?
dedly betttr. from their cleansing and reno?
vating effect on tho digestive apparatus.
Dr. j . 0. Ayer & 0 o , Practical Chemists
LOWELL. MASS., U.S. A.
fob sale BY all OBCOOI8TS evebxwhebe.
K f\ KITS Mesa and No. 1 MACKEREL.
t}\J 50 Halt and Wholo Barrele, la, 2s and
50 Boxes Scalod Herrings. ?
500 Oeorgo's Codfish.
For sale low by_HOPE A GYLES.
Oysters and Other Refreshments.
TflE undersigned bege to inform
.hid friends t nat his SALOON and
xjss^BESTAUUANT ie in full operation,
and he is prepared to eupply MEALS at all
hours. OYSTEB8, in and out of tho shell,
from Norfolk, Charleston, and Indian Key,
when tho weather permits. Imported and
domeatic SEG ARS, Baltimore LAGER REER,
etc. ' A. STORK.
Stewed, Fried, and on the Shell.
HAYING made our arrangements
for the Oyster season, we aro pre?
pared to furnish our friends and
patrons with OYSTERS, in all styles. Wo
h"pe that polito attention to our frienda may
give satisfaction to all who may favor ua with
their patronage. Wo shall endeavor to please
the eye aa well as taste, remembering that
"cleanliness ia a virtue."
Nov 1 3mo F. D. KONEMAN.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
Three Tlmci a. W?tk*~Tariday, Thursday and Salurdoy,
ELEGANT STATE-ROOM ACCOMMODA1IOKS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Houtb 8horter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 BALES HOuTULV.
The South Carolina Bailroad Company,
A ND connecting Hoods West, in alliance with the lleet of thirteen first class Stcamehfps
/\ to the abovo ports, invite attention to the quick timo and regular despatch afforded to
the business public in the Cotton States at (tie I'QRT OF Cll AliLF.BTON, offering facilities
of rail and aeajtran-portstion for Freight and Passengers not excelled in excellence and ca?
pacity at auy other port. The following splendid Ocean Stcun.erearo regularly on the line:
TO S K W V O U K .
MA EE A TT A A',
M. B. Woodhull, Commander.
R. W. Lockwuod, Commander.
James Ben y, Commander.
JAM KB ADGER,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander.
JAMES ADOER A CO., \YM
B. Holmes. Commander.
T. J. Recke tt, Commander
J. Kennedy, Commander.
A. COURTENAY, WAGNER, HUG Ell 4 CO.,
Agents, Charleston, B. 0
Iron Steamships VIRGINIA, C. Hinckley, Cen.'t'er. GULF STREAM, Ma. Hunter,Cow dor.
Bailimi Days?THURSDAYS. WM. A. COUATE>.'AY, * A g c n t, Charleston, 8. C.
FALCON, Hainie, Commander. MARYLAND. Johnson, Comma mle-r.
8EA GULL, Dntton, Commadnrr. Total capacity 40,000 bales monthly.
Sailing Days?Every Fifth Day PAUL C. THEN H.OLM, Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
Steamship MEKCEDITA. rails ev< ry other Batnrelav.
JAMES AOOE1C A- CO.. Agents, Charleston, S. C.
Hates guaranteed as low ae those- of competing lines. Marine lntuioi.ee, one-half ol one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND IBKtUOH TKKL18
Can be had at all prlnoipal Railroad Offices in Georgia, ?h<l an i i ? i vt n < e at d Mississippi
State, Rooms may bo secured in advance, without exits el i. e.. . 1 ? snY.ii ?feit g Agents ol
tbo Steamships in Charleston, at whoso offices in aliens t! . 'lie'. >ts shonld be
exchanged and Berths assigned. The Through 'lie-Lew by i!.!? ft uu include Ttaiidiurs,
Meals and State Room, while on shipboard.
Tbo South Carolina Railroad, G< oigia ltailro??1, ni il tl.i li et i i
increased thetr facilities for the rapid n oven-* nl < f I'm .pl.t . i <i
Northern cities and tho.':uuth and West. Coibfoitibb Nl?:l?t Cat?
:ii g lines, have largely
5 i si e t gi ] i b( twei the
vi11. the Hohne s Chair,
without extra charge, have been introduced cm the Be nth Cmc-Imi. 1 allii ad. Firtt clawi
Eatlog Saloon at llrancbville. On the Georgia Raihe-s d. f:i*1 ch.>s h .. > ii p tt:>
Freight promptly transfe rred from rteann v to day a I.el night u him- et i )ic- Be.nth Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made with otl.tr Reae's, delfri tij p Fji ijl.li- ?t ('istuM points
with groat promptness. Tl.e managers will use- e:\e-ry e x. rtien to tath i\ tl.iii pauetithat
t'io line ?in Charleston cannot be pnipasted III despatch i i.d ti t st.fi t'tlmiyet pi i ds.
For furlber information, apply te< f, M r*r.i hue. Bnj ? rll.t(l elei 1.1 Lailee te n. K 0.; l'.,D.
Habkll, General Agent, P. O. Box 4,979; Office- b!7 Broadway, N. Y : B. B. Ph-kfnh. General
Paaseogerand Ticket Agent, Sonih Carolina Raiire ad. ai.hikd 1.. Tti-tli,
July 16 iCino Yioe-Pieeident South Caiolina Raiitc ad. Charleston,8.C.
Mtoy*. YiwiMi) Miowy at ltwrl
COLUMBIA, A O. - . |
0?FIOE Law Bange, Bsuskett's bpllding,
up etairs. "?' ' - -
Yoomans ft Sheppard,?*
Attorneyi at Lato, Kdaeflela^?: O." '
LhR. 7. YO?MAN8. JNO O. 8HEPPARD.
Aug 27 Cmo
North Carolina Hay. ?
- BALES good N. C. HAY for ealo ow
O by HOPE A GYLES.
Krv BOXES BAIBINB,
0\J 60 naif boxes Raisina, ? i
50 quarter boxes Balaina,
75 Iba. Citron,
10 buckets Mince Meat,
10 bbls. Northern Applea,
lOdoz jara Prunes,
2 doz.jara Ginger Preserves,
50 druma Smyrna Figa. For ualo by
Dec 4 nOPE A QYLEB.
WOOD MOULDINGS, STAIR BAILS,'
NEWELS AND ALL KINDS OF
LARGE BT0OK. LOWEST BATES.
ORDER WORK SOLICITED.
Scud for catimate and price list.
It KOCH At TIIOHNK.
254 AMD 256 CANAL BTIiEET,
DC ly hew YOEK cut.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIAN. C,
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL., $5CO,000.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing in
tereat at the rate of aoven per cent, per
annum, will be iaaned.
NOTES, Bills of Exchange and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocke, Bonda, Gold, Silver bought and Bold.
Dratts on all the prominent citiea in the
United States bought and eold.
DirectorB?J. Eh Gregg. John B. Palmer, F.
W. McMaater, 11. D. Senn, of R. D. Benn A
c(on; G. W. Bearden, of Copelaud & Rearden;
R. L. Bryan, of Bryan A McCurter; W. C.
Swaflield, of R. A W. O. Swaflield; John C.
beegers, W. B. Stauloy.
President?John B. Palmer
Cashier?A. G. Breuizer.
Assistant Cashier?O. N. G. Butt. Sept 28
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEREST ALLO WEB A T TEE RATE Oh
SEVEN BEB CENT. BEB ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND BIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SI A
M'JNTUS ON ACVO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
JohnR. Palmer, Yioe-Prcaidckt,
A. G. Brenizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, in geneial clzaige.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant "Cashier
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. ii*a
bell, F. W.McMaster.E. 11. EeinittL, Join B.
Palmer, Thomae E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
W. G. Mayoa.Newberry.
DauielRavenel, Jr.. Charlcotori.
Mechanics, Laborers, Olt-rke, Widows, Oi
phans and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men andTrnsteci
wishing to draw interest on their Hinds until
they require them for business or other pur.
poaes: Parents dealring to aet apart email
inme for their children, and Married Women
tnd Minors (whose doposits can only be with,
drawn by themselvea, or, in case of death, by
'.heir legal repreaontativee,) wishing to lay
usidefunds for future uae. are here afforded
an opoortunity of depositing their meant
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
Uioaame time, be subject to withdrawelwben
teeded._ Anar 18
Columbia Music Store.
-?SI ?*- *
LyBrand & Son
I^AKE pleasure in calling the attention ol
the public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of PianoB, Church and Parlor Organa.
Mclodeona, Violins, Guitars, Baujoa, Flutes,
Accotdeons. Braun and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kiuds. Also, Sheet Mm-io and
Instruction Books for every class of Musical
Instruments on band at all times. Sheet
Music sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds ot Musical Goods eent by
Express, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for aalo cheap, for cash.
Pianoe, Organa and Melodeona tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Piano'for other parties toanypoin
desired, at moderate prices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis
fnction guaranteed to tboee favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue ot
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Ri?
chardson street, a few doors above Phoenix
office, Columbia. 8. O. Nov 7
WHEELER" & WILSON 'S
By Conimitiee of Practice! machinists.
fTWE simplicity, durability, coat- ol manago
JL mint and gnat large if wirk of this
Machiii?! bns made It the ur>m<r?a1 favorite,
aud leading family Bewirg Machine for more
than twenty ypara, and hence it is r.n experi?
ment lo buy one.
For sale on monthly insla'nii tita, second
door below Pmr.Nix < lik e, Colmbl ia tf. C.,by
A. J. PUItKLI'Y,
run 21 A Kjjijfor Vm al*> ,V Trump.
A Certain Cvhkvob Chills and Fever?
Firet tako the Blood and Liver Pills, lo work
off the bile and purify the blood; three or
four will be sufficient. Then take a table
spoonful or HEINITHH*8 CHILL CURE. It
baaboen tried; we ki.ow it.
Jttumm* ol Schedule
-^to go Inlo effect on
iday,29tfitoWftit: r' 4- ; r
?AH ak1> vah8iuu1f.u tb a II*. w
Leave Columbia at.>..?...:>??%.. ?am
Arrive at Charleston at.. 4.80 p KS
LeavcObarleatonat............. .... O.S 0 ? m
i rrive at Columbia at....'.*.".....'* 5.20p m
ITIOHT kxpbx8s, VBIIOBT iH? a CCD?? CD ATT OF
ffRAiw, [Sundays excepted.] '? i. >
Leave Columbia .7 60 pm Arrive. ..G.CO a m
Arrive Charleston 7.10 p id Leave...C.?5 a n
Camden Train will run as follows:
Leave Camden at.?] if...7.4? iSm,
Arrive at Colombia at....... .VM.llitHA. M .
Leave Columbia at.... 2.1QP. M.
Arrive at Camden at. G.C6P.M.
A. L. TILER, Vice-Preaidfcpt.
B. B. Pioarys. General Ticket Agent/
Charlotte. Colombia and Angneta B. B
Cqlumjbia, 8. 0., fcepUrob? r 22,1872.
?Xj 0#I and after"tbia date,
ran over tblsroad: ? -
going sooth. : ? *J
Train No. 1.. Train No. 2.
Leave Charlotte.715A.M. ' 8.J.0P.M.
Leave Colombia.... 2 28P. M. S.80A.M
Arrive Augusta.7.42 P.M. 8.20 A: M.
goino nobhi. </
Leave Augusts.C. 35 A. M. 6.60 F. M .
Leave uo'mmiia....11.63P. H, 11.15*. 22.
Arrive Charlotte :....C15 P.M. 6.C0A.JJ.
Standard Time ten minntee slower tbTn
Washington; tix ruinates ahead Columbia.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Bun
days excepted. Botb trains make close con?
nection to all points North, Booth and West.
Through ticket a sold and baggage checked
to all principal points.
JAMES ANDERSON, General 8op.;
E.R. Dqbsey, Pen. Freight and Ticket Agfa t
Change of Schedule.
WlXMIKGTOK, COLOMBIA A A COB BT A R. B. C?.
Wilmington, N. O*. October 7, 1672;
AFTER this date th?.
following schedule viljl
be run by trains on tbis road:
DAT EXPBXS8 Tit AIN [DAILY.]
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot ] 8.25 A. M
Arrive at Florence..... . 0.55 A.M.
Arrive at Columbia. 2.40 P. M
Arrive at AogOBts. 7 42 F. M.
Leave Augusta..' 6.26 A. H,
Leave Colombia.11; 25 A.M.
Arrive at Florence..... 4.15 P.M.
Arrive Wilmington [Union Depot] 10.25 P. M.
NIOjit exfbe8b TRAIN.
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot] 5.45 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 11.86 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.,. 3.40 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta. 8.20 A.M.
Loave Augusta. 5.50 P. M.
Leave Colombia._10.20P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 2.12 A. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. .... 8.C0A.M.
Oct 8 JAB. AKDERBON.Gen'lEup't.
Greenville and Columbia BfulitfC.
TRAINS run daily,
Gondajs excepted, connecting with Nifbt
Trains on South Carolina F.ailicsd up ti.d
down; with Trains going Noith and Booth on
Charlotte, Colombia nrd Augosta and Wil?
mington, Columbia end Augosta Raihc tCe.
Leave: Columbia at. 7.15 a.m.
Leave Alston. 9.05 a.m.
Leave Newberry.10.40 a.m.
Leave Belton....8 C0p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 5 80 p. ja.
Leave Greenville at.T.SOa. m.
Leave Belter..../..'*....' 9 80 a. to.
Leave Cokcsbory.11.15 a. m.
Leave Newberry. 2 80p. m.
Leave Alston. ;. 4.20pm.
Arrive at Columbia. 6C0p.m.
Anderton Branch ai.d l'lve Bitige BirMtn.
down. VT. '
Leave Walhalla. 5.45 a. m. Atrive 7.15 p. m.
Leavo Perr\villt fi.25 a. n. 6.86 p. m.
Leave Pen diet on 7.10 a. m. 5.60 p. at.
Leave Andorf on 8.10 a. m. 4C0p.m.
Arrive at Belton 9.00 a. m. Leave 8 60 p. m.
Accommodation Trains ion on Abbeville
Branch Mondaje, Wednesday anfl Fiidsjs.
On Anderson Branch, be twecn Belton and An?
derson, Tuesdays, Thortdaya and Saturdays.
THOMAS DODAalEAD, Gen. Bop.
Jadfz Norton. General Ticket Ace i t. ?
j&ichmond and Fanvilie Beihctd.
1 ABLE, in effect on and
alter Sunday, October 18,1872: i
stations. a-ail. exfbee8.
Leave Greentboro.-2.L0 A.M. 11 10 A. M.
Leave Danville. 4.40 A. II. 1.62 P. V.
Leave Buikvillo...9.44 A.M. 6 26 P. M.
Arrive at Richmond.. .12 46 P. M. 9.S0P.M.
Leave Richmond. l.EOP.M. 6.10 A. M.
Leave Boikville. 6.12 P.M. 8 28.A. M-?
Leave Danville. 10 00 P. M. 12:67 P.?.
Arrive at Greensboro. .12 26 A. U. 8.S0 P. M.
Trains leaving Richmond at 1.C0 P. M.. ard
at 6.10 A. M., connect at Greenatcro with
trains on North Carolina Division, for all
points Booth. I'aBstiigtiB liavii g Rid xr OLd
at 1.60 P.M., connect at Giecx.tLoio %ith
train for all points Eatt oi Gietntboio. 1 at.
senger train leaving Rah it b at Cid P.M.,
connects at Gif enaLoio v?tt Noitbttr-le et c
Mail tiaiu. arriving in Richmond at 12 46 P.
M. JOBN B. MACMUPLO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. Talcct. Engineer and Gtn fcnp't.
KOKTIl CAHOX.1IVA dh tSlOlV.
stations, wail. ED'BHP,
Leave Charlotte. 7 10 P. M 6 25 A. M.
Leavo calisbuij. 9 60 P.M. 8 ?4 A.M.
I cave Blub Toint ....11 58 F. M. 10 17 A. M.
Ariiveat Greeoeloio.12 60 A. M. Jl to A. M.
Leavo GTtenabe.ro- 145A.M. 11.10 A.M.
Leave Com pat. J bLope 3 ?G A. M. 12 20 P. M.
Leave Hilleboio.. 4 63 A. M..
Leave- Rale-igK.. 8 05 A. M. .
Arrive at Goldsboio.. .11.(5 A. M .
Loave Goldtboro. 4 (OP. M.
Leave llalfcigb. 7 45 P. M.
Leave Hilhtboro.10 21 P. M.
Leave Ce.mptni Shops 12.05. A. M. 2 16P.M.
Arrive at Gl eelietoio. ISO A.M. 3 SO P.M.
Leave GifcnBboro.... 2.15'A M 4.10P.M.
Leave liigh Point.... 3 04 A.M. 4f9 P. M.
Loave S-liebary. 4 57 A. M. 6 V2 P- M.
Arrive at Chailottc... 7.20 A.M. 8 80 A Xj.
Passtnge-r train le t. vir g Rateic.-) 040 P. K .
connects at Gictnsbcio Mith Neitl tin Icitil
train; making quickest time to all Neill.tin
cities. Tiice oi tickets taroc as otLtj reule-s.
Mail traina daily, both wajfi, ever eiflre
length of road, h xpre t.r. daily L? iv ee r. Com.
pany Shops and Cbaib tte Pandasr excepted.
Pullmauralaco Ca?? on night trair? be two t n
Charlotte and Riebnond, vitbeot cli*nc.e.
8. E. ALLEN. Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. H . Gbkek, Rfttstcr Tranaportatir-n.
Summer Schedule 8. ? Xf. B. B.,
nffrKJBffig:. DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN
$^f^?P^ Arrive Le-avo. Arrive L?avr
Soartuuburg.. 6.i<i 6.25
?teavilie?... 6.00 0.M 418 4.tS
Pacolot. CI'S (/.IS 4.4h 4 46
JonesviUo. GAH 4(6 4.U
?ntonvlllc. 7 26 7.f0 8.05 S.21
Santoe. 8 20 8 25 2 Sf. 2.85
Fish Dam. 8-40 8.45 2.10 2.16
Shelton. 9.15 9.20 1.S6 1.4f
, Lvlee' Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12
at'ruthor. 10.05 10.10 12.60 .55
Alston. 11 00 11.CC
May 24 TPIOS. B.JETER. Pr?nio^rriJ_
Seegers' Beer is Fare.
T don't oontaiu Cooocnlos Indi^osf Fl'b
Perries to make- sleepy or headache