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?ffloe o? Richardson 8treet, near Taylor
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?VBoOkahd Job Printing bf everyd?eorip
Uon prompblyand faithfaUy attendod *o.
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Da?y,aixraontha,$4 00; TrirWeokly, SfiC;
Weekly. I ? p...rg: % . _ ' ? J1 .. j..
Inserted'in the Dally at 7? cents per square
far the first and 60 oanta each subsequent ih
aetti?n. Long a^?ertisementa.by the week,
month or.year, at reasonable rates.
Make money. ^ fast and "honorably,
$12.50 pW day/^? pV.we.ek, by atonco
applying for a territorial Tight, (which
are given1 free to. agents.) to sell the best,
strongest, most useful and rapid selling
sowing maohino, and patent button-hole
worker, evor userj or rooommended by
families, or bay on? lof y?M own nBe-: U
is only $5. Sent free everywhere by ex?
press. Address, for. particulars, Mr. A,
Catejey, corner Greenwioh and. Court
land t streets. New York. DlOtuH
OONTTNBD TO hib ROOM ABOUT SlXTT
Yhabs.--Mr; Miohael Barkhaltaw died
in Harris County on Wednesday, the
8th inst., says the Columbus Sun.. His
life has been one of . confinement. For
some. sixty years he has been shut in
? doors, and a great part of the time kept
Sad Accident.?A little daughter of
Mr. John Ph if er, of Shelby, N. 0., was
killed at El Bethel Church. She was
running round a corner of the building,
during recess, and struck against a boy
'running in the opposite direction. She
died in a few minutes.
An ounce of1 preventive is worth a
pound of cure. To prevent chill and
fever, take Simmons* Liver Regulator. v
J11 ; ;| ; . .
Pacific Guano Company's
SOLUBLE PIC I FIG GUANO.
' rpni? GTJANO ia now so woll known in all
X the Southern States for its remarkable
effects ae an Agenoy for increasing the pro?
ducts of la?or, as not to require specialz
commendation from nB, Ita use for aev5
years past has established ita character for
reliable excellence.' The large fixed capital
in vested by the company in this trade affords
the.sureat guarantee of the continued excel?
lence of this Guano.
The supplies pnt into market this Beaaon
are, as heretofore, prepared under the. per?
sonal superintendence of Dr.St. Julian Bavo
nohOhomfst of the.Oompany, at Oharlostan?
8. O.; hohco pUntero'may reat assured that
its quality and composition are procisoly tho
same aa tbat heretofore sold.
.." . Selling Agent, Charleston, 8.0.
' JOHN B.REE8E &, CO.,
' General Agenta. Baltimore.
TZBMS?$48oaoh; $68time, without Interest.
To aoeommodate plantera- thoy can order'
now-arid, have until the first of April to de?
cide as to whether thoy wilt take at time'or
oash price. '? When delivered from the factory
by tha car load, no dray age will be charged.
Novgtt ? , . . 8mo
? :for sale
-v :i L Mill AT'?hb
CAROLINA NATIONAL'' BANK
: ' ' BavB^piaVcxifT. isi "
:Jk:..iU of the '?
CITY OP C0L?M B I A ,
Secured by a Sinking'Fund. Coupons secured
byanAimxial Tax and JRecelndbui far'Clt)j
Taxes. Bonds non-taxable by tkif -City.
Bond Bebt of toe . City Limited by Law. to
rfmmB?NDSoffered are. authorized by an
JL'Aet of -Assembly' approved March is.
1873, for -tho construction of the new City
Hall. Their final redemption is, by the tanas
. of paid Act. secured by a "sinking fund." to
be accumulated from the annual rente of the
building. These rents will reach from 18,000
to 110.0 no per exmmu; and the Carolina Na?
tional Bank hol da alien of the building for a
term of twenty years, as trastoe, with, power,,
to collect the rents Sad hold the same inveat
ed as a fund for the redemption of the bonds.
By said Act a epooial a nnuah tax ia required
to be levied, to pay the aimhapnual coupons,
and the Carolina NatlpnaJ Bank ia made the
trustee of the city to receive the taxes when
collected and to pay the ooupons. The cou?
pon a axe also reoeiyable for o?y taxes. ,
The .taxable property of. the oity h> at pre?
sent aaseaeed at ?7,000,060; and by aaid Act
the bond debt of the city cannot be inoreaeed
beyond $600,000 wbilat theae bonds are out?
standing. The bonds are exempt by law from
These bonds are offered to tho public at
eighty nett, with interest from date of par
chase to January 1, 1873, allowed in settle?
ment, .After that date, the accrued interest
to be added.
To citizens of Columbia these bonds will
givo ah income of 12} per cent., as may be
aeen from the following etatement:
Seven.per cent, bonds, at 75,
Nineteen years to run, avorage
increase per annum.11 per cent.
City tax aaved....2 percent.
K/\ BA8KETS HEID3ICK CHAMPAGNE,
tJVJ .10 oases Sparkling Oatawbe.
10 oases "Vix Bars,".
10 oaeee "Kol ley's" Island Wine.
10 casea "Bod Seal,"
8 caak.i "Harmony Sherry,"
2 oasks "Amontilado Sherry,"
2 casks "Resere Madoira."
For aale by HOPE k GTLXS.
4 LL parsons using city water are hereby
JSL. notified that from and after this date the
ordinance in relation to the using of water
will bo strictly and rigidly enforced. All per?
sons leaving their hydrants or water apouta
running will be fined as provided by ordln anoe.
By order of the Mayor. OHAS. BABN?M.
Dee 31 ., , City Clerk.
Mocha and Java Coffees.
-j f \ BAGS Old Government JAVA,
JL\J 10 pockets Pure Mooha,
For Bale low by_HOPE ft OYLE8.
New Orleans Syrup.
-I f \ BABUEL8 New Crop NEW ORLEANS
JLVJ 8YRTJP, of very superior quality, for
aaje by HOPE A GYLEB.
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious
Fever, Ac,and, indeed,all the aflbc
tions which arise from malarious,
marah, orn?aamatio poiaona.
NO one remeily le louder
called for.by the neceaaities of
the' AmericanJ people ;than a
,?mro and safe cure for Fever and
Aroo. Bach we aro ao? Ena?
bled to oner, With a perfect cer?
tainty that it will eradicate the
disease, and with assurance, founded on
proof, that no h?rm can arme from ite use in
any quantity, ? ?" ' '
WTbat which proteota from or prevents this
disorder meat be of immense .service in the
communities, whero it prevails. Prevention
Is better than euro, for the patient escapes
tbe risk which he must run in violent attacks
Of this baleful distemper. This "Oust:" ex?
pels tbe miasmatic poiaon of Feveh and
Aoce from the eyatem, and prevents the de?
velopment of the disease, if taken on the
flret approach of its premonitory symptom a.
It is not only the best remedy ever yot dieco
vered for this class of complaints, but also
the cheapest. The large quantity wo supply
for a dollar bringe it within the reach of
everybody; and in bilious dlstrlots, where
Ssrxu ass Aous prevails, everybody should
bavo it. and uae it freely, both for onro and
protection. It is hoped this price will place
it within the reach of all?the poor as well as
the rich. A great superiority of this remedy
over any other ever discovered for tbe speedy
and certain euro of Intermittenta is, that it
contains do Quinine or mineral; consequently
it produces no quinism or other injurious ef?
fects whatever upon the constitution. ThoBO
cured by it are loft as healthy aa if they bad
never bad tbe disease.
Fever anu Ague is not alone tho conse?
quence] of the miasmatic poison. A fgreat
variety of disorders arise from its irritation,
among whioh are Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Gout, Headache, Blindness, Toothache, Ear*
aobe, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitation, Painful
Affection of the Spleen, Hysterics, Fain in tho
Bowels, Colic, Paralysis, and derangement of
tho Stomach, all of which, whon originating
in tbia cause, put on tbe intermittent type, or
bo come periodical. This "Cube" expels the
poiaon from tho blood,andoonsequently cures
them 811 alike. It is an invaluable protection
to immigrants and pereons traveling or tem?
porarily xeaiding in the malarious diatricte.
If taken occasionally or daily whilo expcBcd
to tho infection, that will bo excreted from the
system, and cannot accumulate in sufficient
quantity to ripen into disease. Ilenco it it
oven more valuablo for protection than cure ?
and few. will over suffer from Intermittenta if
they avail themselves of tho protcclion this
For Liver Oomplalnli, arising from tor?
pidity of tho Liver, it is an excellent remedy,
stimulating tbo Liver into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
whero other modicines fail.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
AND SOLD ALL ROUND THE WORLD.
PRICE ?1.00 PER BOTTLE.
May 28__i*J tml4_
Ayer's Cathartic Fills,
FOB tho relief and
cure of all derange?
ments in tho sto?
mach, liver and
ho weis. They are a
mild, aperient, and
an excellent purga?
tive. Being purely
vegetable, they con?
tain no merenry or
.Much sorioua sick?
ness and suffering is prevented by their timely
uae; and every family should have them on
band for their protection and relief, when re?
quired. Long experience haa proved them to
be the aafeat, surest and best of all tho Pill?
with whioh the market abounda. By their
occasional nee, the blood is purified, the cor?
ruptions of the system expelled, obatnielioaa
removed, and the whole machinery of life re?
stored to its healthy activity. Internal or
ganB which bocomo dogged and sluggish are
cleansed by Aver** Pills, and stimulated
into action. Thus incipient diaeaseis changed
into health, the.value of whioh change, when
reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy it,
can hardly be'oomputed. The sugar coating
makes them pleasant to tako, and preserves
their virtues unimpaired for any length of
time, ao that they are over fresh, and per?
fectly reliable. Although searching, thoy are
mild, and operate without disturbance to the
constitution, er diet, or occupation.
Full directions are given on the wrapper to
each box. how to uao them as a Family Pbyeio,
and for the following complaints, which theee
PiUs rapidly cure: T.
'For Dyspepsia or Indigestion, X,Istlei?
we*s, Languor and 'iroas or Appetite, they
should betaken moderately to stimulate tho
Btomaoh, and reatoro its healthy tone and
For' Ziiver Complaint and its varioua
symptoms, 3IIIotis Headache, SlcIcHead
jtclae. Jaundice or Green Sickness, Bil?
lons Ooiloama Billons Fevers, they should
be judiciously taken for each c&bb, to correct
the diseased action or removo tho obstruc?
tions which cahae it.
For nyaeavtury or Dlnrrnosa, but one
mild dose is generally required.
For Rheauiatliin, Goal, Gravel, Palpi?
tation of Hie Heart, Pain In tbe Side,
Seek and t-olns, thoy should bo continuous?
ly .taken, as required, to obange tbe diseased
action of the ayatem. With such change
thoae complainta disappear.
Foi Dropsy and Dropsical Swellings,
they should bo taken in large and frequent
doses to produco toe effect of adraeticpurgo.
For Suppressions, a large dose should bo
taken, aa it produces tbo desired effect by
Aa a Dinner Pill, take one or two PIUs to
promote digestion and relievo the atomaob.
An occasional doao stimulates the stomach
and bowels, restores tho appetite and invigo?
rates the ayatem. Hence it is often advan?
tageous where no serious derangement ex?
ists. One who fools tolerably well, often finds
that a dose of these Pills mako him feel deci?
dedly better, from their oleanaing and reno?
vating effect on the digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Oo , Praotioal Chemists
LOWELL, MARS., U.S.A.
FOB BAL.S BT Al.r, UUUUQISTS EVEBlWUERE.
May 28 WtMli
The Great Drag House.
E. H. HEINITSH
-HA8 tho moat oomplete atockof DRUQS,
?mh MEDICINES, PATENT MEDICINES,
Qf AND HEALTH-RESTORING MEDI
flk CINE3. ever importod into tbia market.
At HEiNITSH'S you will find tbe largeat
variety of Chemicals, new Pharmaceutical
Preparations, new Bemedlea for Men, Women
An elegant assortment of Toilet Roapa and
Toilet RcqnlaUoa, Perfamery. Novelties, Po
madea, Hair Preparations, Hair Dressers, and
Hair Reatorera and Beautiflera. Over 100 dif?
ferent patterns English Hair Brushes.
Every variety of English and Frenoh Tooth
Brushes. , . .
?New Hediolnal Confections for Oonghe.
Throat and Longa. .
The moat important consideration In regard
to tbia extenaive and fine supply of goods is
that they are so reasonable in price. Pur?
chased at low prices, they will be aold on tha
Prescriptions and Family Modleinea ?ap?
plied with best medicines, at reduced prices,
at E. H. HEINITSH'S
Get 301 Drug and Chemical Store.
THE undersigned, for many years (ho hopes favorably) known to (hn community of
Columbia, 8. C, and to tho traveling public generally, bcgB to inform Ida friondij and
tbo public that he baa leaacd for a torm of years the building just eri eti d at thu corner of
Main and Plain streets, (oppoeito H. (j. Shiver &? Cu 's Dry GoimI? Store ) which will open
IbiB day as a first, class Hotel and Restaurant, to bo known as the"WHEKIjEB HO'JSt?,"
and trusts ho will receive the patronage of bis friends and the ti aveling public in aid of hie
enterprise. Neither expense nor trouble lias been spared tu provide all modern cenven
ienciea,and great pains nave been taken tu secure tbu bust, niiHl lu?it'du ami courteous help
in all the departments, whilst tho general managPtnc nl will be niidt-r his own supervision
and receivo his undivided attention. A special feature of thin establishment will be tbo
opening of a fine suite of rooms for tbo accommodation i-i Ladies, ?bin- Meals and Oysters
will be served at all hours. TIIKO. M. lnu.i (k;k.
Jan 15 *
CHARLESTON, S. C,
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, XEW YOBK, BOSTON,
AND ALIi THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES. |
Ttirec Times a. Wc?k?**Ta?iila}', Thursday and Saturday,
ELEGANT STA TE-ROOM A CC?MMODA 7 IONS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hours Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL CAPACITY, 10,QUO BALES MON'tULY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
A ND connecting Roads Wcet, in alliance with the fleet ul Ihirlrei- flret clur-s St oamahfpa
f\ to tho above purls, iuvite utte-ntion to the nuick timo and regular <':< spatch afforded to
the buaineea public in the Cotton Statte at the 1'QltT 1>F CII ARM :%TON, ofi'i ring facilitica
of rail and soalttansportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in excellence and ca?
pacity at any other port. The following splendid Ocean St tarn? rs are n gularly on the line:
TO NEW YORK,
MA NE A TT AN,
M. S. Woodhull, Commander.
R. W. Lockwood, Commander.
James Berrv, Commander.
T. J. Lookwood, Commander.
JAMES ADGER & CO., WSI
S. llohnen. Commander.
SOUTH C ARO LI!" A,
T. J Recket., Commander
j. Ktnnedv, Commander.
-I ngtam. Commander.
A. COCRTENAT, WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
Agents, Charleston, S. C.
Iron SteamehipBVIRGINIA, C.Hiuckley, Com'der. GULF STREAM ilex. Hunter,Oom der.
Sailing Davs?THURSDAYS. WM. A. COURTEN AY,'Agent, Charleston, S. C.
FALCON, Hainic, Commander. MARYLAND. Johnson, Commander.
SEA GULL, Dutton, Commadner. Total capacity 40,000 bales monthly.
Sailing Days?Every Fifth Day PAUL C. TRF.NHOf.5l, Agent, Charleston,S. C.
Steamehip MERCEDITA. Sails every other Saturday.
JAMES ADGEK .V CO., Agents, Charleston, S. C.
Bates guaranteed as low as tboso of competing lines. Marine Insurance, one-ball 61 one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TKKE1S
Can bo had at all principal Railroad Ofhcea in Georgia, Alabama, Ti nies? < e und Mississippi
State Rooms may be secured in advance, without extia t-liargp, bj atldi ei-siig Agent? of
tho Steamships in Charleston, at whoec ofEct s in all eases the. Railroad Tickets should bo
exchanged and Berths aligned. The Through Tickets by this ronte include Transfers,
Meala and Stato Room, while on shipboard.
Tho South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, and th? ir com? etil g Hi ?*. have largely
increased their facilities for tho rnpid n ovtnxr.t of Freight Pi.d I ufc*ei gi !*? between tbo
Northern cities and tho South and West. Com fort ride Night Cats, willi theBolmca Chair,
without extra charge, have been introduced on the South Carolina Railroad. First class
Eating Saloon at Brauchvillo. On the Georgia Railroad, firt-t cla^e Sh?\ ii g Cai n.
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to day arrd night tiaint- ul the South Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made with other Roads, delfrv? lit g Fu if.l.ta- ai (list mit points
with great promptness. Tbc managers will use every rxrflion to ralhij their patinnsthat
the line via Charleston cannot be eurpaetcd il despatch and the lafi flilhirvoi goods.
For further information, apply to J. M. Sei um, Suierii lei do l ( I pi Ii n? ?, S. C: R.D.
Hasell, General Agent, P. O. Box 4,979; Oflicc 317 Broaduay. N. Y.; S. R. Eickens. General
PaaBonger and Ticket Agent, Boulh Carolina Railroad. ALFRED L. TYIEK,
July 16 16oio Vico-Pieaident South Carolina Railrond. Charleston, S. C.
Fresh Family Groceries.
PICKLED Now York BEEF ROUNDS.
North Carolina Mallet, Jco.
Smoked?Now York Pig Hams and Stripe,
Nova Scotia Salmon,
Beef Tongues, dec.
Canned?Succotash, Lima Buana,
Peas, Salmon, Mackerel,
Lobsters, Pours. Poaches,
PnESEEVED?Canton Giuger, Peare,
Jellies?Guava and goneral aaaortment.
Teas?Gunpowder, Imperial, Japan.
Souchong, and English Ureakfaa
selected by an export, and finest
Coffees?Mocha, Laguayra, Rh?,
O. G. Java, Uaw and lioaatod.
The Downer Mineual Sri.nv Oil, absolute?
ly safe as a oandlo, brilliant aa gaa, and
oheap aa kerosone; bavo all the necessary
Bnrnors, Wicks, Cbimueva, to fix old lamps.
_Nov20 GEO. BYMMERB.
Oysters and Other Refreshments.
y^SlSht. THE undersigned bogs to inform
/rarfr^hia friends that hie SALOON and
\ZJ \Ssy RESTAURANT ia in full operation,
and he it* prepared to supply MEALS at all
hours. OYBTEHS, in and out of tho shell,
from Norfolk, Charleston, and Indian Key,
when the weather permits. Imported anil
domestic BEGAUS, Baltimore LAGER BEER,
etc. A. STORK.
O Y STE RS 1
Stewed, Fried, and on the Shell.
fm~\ HAVING made our arrangomenta
^aJJajByfor tho Oyster season, we are pre
parod to furniah onr frienda and
patrons with OY8TEI18, in all atylea. Wo
hnpe that polite attention to onr friends may
give satis faction to all who may favor ua with
their patronage. We ahall endeavor to pleaae
the eye aa well aa taste, remembering that
"oleaalinesa is a virtno."
Not 1 8mo_?. D. KONEMAN.
LaRoy F. Yonmans, Attorney at Law,
COLUMBIA, a. o.
OFFICE Law Bango, Banakett'a building,
Youmans & Bheppard,
Attorneys at Law. Edgefiela, 8. C.
LsR. P. YOUMAN8. JNO C. BHEPPARD.
Ang 27_ 6mo
A Cxbtain Core fob Chills andFbvxb?
Firat take the Blood and Liver Pilla. to work
off the bile and purify the blood; three or
four will bo auffloient. Then take a table
spoonful of HEINITBH'S CHILL CURE. It
haa been tried; we .now it
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
r|L\KE pleasuro in calling tho attention of
1 tho public to an examination of thoir
STOCK OF M?SICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianoa, Church and Parlor Organa,
Molodoons, Violins, Uuilara, banjos, Flutoa,
Accordeona. Braes and Silver Iiand Inatru
mentu ot all kinds. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Hooks for e very class of Musical
Instrumente on band at all times. Sheet
Muaio acut by mail, post paid, ou receipt of
prico; and all kinds of Musical Goods sent by
Exprous, when ordered, to any part of the
state, mnrkod C. O. D. Oood Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for sale cheap, for cash.
Pianoa, Organs and Melodeoce tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Fiauos lor other parties to any poin
dosired, at moderate pi ices
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed tot hope favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music Hud Musical Merchandise. Ri?
chardson street, a few doors above Piur.Nix
ofHco, Columbia, B. C. Nov 7
SYSTEM FOR BEGINNERS
OS thk I'lANO-roBTE,
BY MASON & HOADLEY.
rilHIS thorough aud practical method has
JL acquired a Gor.nK.v Rki-ftation as one of
tho very boat Instruction Rooks. Soils large?
ly. Published with American, aUo with Fo?
reign Fingering. Price $3 00.
GEMS OF STRAUSS!'.
Tho surprising success of this brilliant
book continues. Edition alter edition is
eagerly col'od for. 250 large pages of tho
lle.it Strati** Music. Price?B'da, $2 50- el.,
$3 00; tluo gilt for prosonia, $4 00.
' EMERSON'S SINGING SCHOOL
Has abundant material for tho instruction
of evening aud oilier Hinging Classes. Widely
used. Costs loss than a church music book.
Prjco 75 cents.
WINNER'S NEW SCHOOLS
For the Piano-Forte. Cabinet Organ, Melo
deon, Guitar, Cor nut, Violin, Fife, Accordoon,
German Aeeordeon, Clarionet, Flute, Flageo?
let. Price of each book, 75 oenta.
These little work* ar<* groat favorites, be
o&uae they are Hun p. are full of ? aey and
lively UlUriu, and n*v onengb of instructive
matter fur tho iVM.t- ?>.' ain?lcur<
The above books mailed, post-paid, for the
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boatou.
OHAS. II. DITSON A C?>.. Now York.
Jan 10 wf
The Doctors Recommend Seegers Beer
IN preference to London Porter and 9ootoh
Ale. Why? Thoy know it ia unadulterated
A whole family oured of biliousneaa with
one box of lleinitub's Blond and Liver Pills
Thia is cheap practice. How la it? Why, tht
P:' ? f t d.
?'OW> COLOMBIA, *. O.
Authorized Capital, $600,000. '
Subscribed Capital, $144,000.
7Z*S>?A 7- .. <'
THIS BANK ia now upon for the transac?
tion of a GKNEKAL BANKINO.'BX
OHANGE and SAYINGS DEPOSIT BUSI?
DEPOSITS OF ONE DOLLAR AND UP?
WARDS will be received, and Interest al?
lowed at the rate of Seven Per Cent, per an?
num on Certificates of Deposita, and Six Per
Oeut. on Accounts; also. General Deposits re?
ceived .sub) set to Chocks at any time.
COLL EC 1TONS attended to at all accessible
pointe, and remittances madn promptly.
The Bank ia located next door to the Caro?
lina National Bank, and will for tbe present
have the uae of the very superior Vault of
that Bank. This gives' depositors an addi?
tional guaranty for the safe-keeping of their
This Bank ia alao made capable, by ita
oharter, of acting as Executor, Administra?
tor, Guardian, Truatce, &o., by appointment
of any person or court of competent authori?
ty, and ia now ready to accept and execute
true.Us of this character. All funds of this
kind will draw Seven Per Cent. Interest from
the time of deposit until paid out.
J. P. SOUTHERN, President.
G. M. WALKER, Oaahior.
Dibectous-R. C. Shiver, B. L. Leaphart, J.
H. Kinard, W. B. Gulick, Goo. Symmera, A.
Cooper._Deo 30 3mo
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
interest allo wee a t tee ratevi
seven fee cent. per annum,
on certificates of deposit,
and six per cent. com?
pounded every sie
M?ntes on a cco unts.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer. Vice-Preuident .
A. G. Brenizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, in general charge.
John O. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has
lell, f. W.McMaBter.E. 11. Beinitsh, JobnB.
Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott,Newberry.
W. G. Mayes,Newberry.
r. H . Rutledge, Charles ton.
Daniel r&vonol, Jr., Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clcrka, Widows, Ol?
phans and others may here deposit then-sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of mtereattbore
on. Vlantora.ProfeeaionalMen andTrnstcet
wishing to draw interest on their funds antlj
they require them for business or other pur.
poses;. Parents desiring to set apart small
inma for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whoae deposits can only be with*
drawn by themselves, or, in oaaeof death,by
l.heir legal representatives,) wiahing to lay
nsidefunda for futnre use. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where tboy will rapidly accumulate, and,at
Uiesametimo.bo subject to withdrawalwhoji
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANE
of columbia, 8. C,
Present Capital, $100,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, tSOO.OOO.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing in
t er est at the rate of seven per cent, per
annum, will be Issued.
NOTES, Bills of Exchange and other evi?
dences of de-bt discounted, and money loaned
Stocka, Bonds, Gold, Silver bought and sold.
Drafta on all tho prominent cities in the
United Statea bought and sold.
Directors?J. Eh Gregg. John B. Palmer, F.
W. McMaeter, R. D. Stun, of R. D. Senn &
Son: G. W. Beardcn, of Copeland & Bcarden;
R. L. Bryan, of Brvan & McCurter; W. O.
Swaffiold.'of R. &. W. 0. Swaffleld; John O.
Seegera, W. B. Stanley.
President?John B. Palmer
Caabicr?A. G. Brenizer.
Assistant Cashier?O. N. O. Bntt. Sept 28
WOOD MOULDINGS, 3TAIR RAILS,
NEWELS AND ALL KINDS OF
LARGE STOCK. LOWEST BATES
ORDER WORK SOLICITED.
Send fur estimate and price liat.
K EOG II it THOUSE.
254 and 25G canal, street,
DG ly new yobk city.
WHEELER & WILSON S
5 m'&-*:>zr*\M ?
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
THE simplicity, durability, ease of manage?
ment and great rang? of work of this
Machine haa made it tho nniveraal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machine for more
than twenty years, and benee it is no experi?
ment to buy one.
For aale on monthly instalments, second
door below Phoenix office, Columbia, 8. C.,by
A. J. PUR8LEY,
Feb 27_ Agent for Poraley A. Trump.
f-rV BOXES RAIBINB,
t?\J 50 half boxes Raiains,
50 qn arter boxes Rai si up,
75 Iba. Citron,
10 backets Mince Meat,
10 bbla. Northern Apples,
lOdoz Jare Prance,
2 doz. jars Ginger Preserves,
50 druma Smyrna Figa. For sale by
Dec 4_HOPE A OYLES.
Cheese and Bisenit.
BOXES ENGLISH DAIRY GOSHEN,
OVJ Pine Apple and Y. A. CHEESE.
50 boxes assorted Blaenit. For sale low.
Dec 8 HOPE A GYLES.
Coltxmbia, h. 0., 8t;pt. 26,1872.
.rmmmmmmn Change of Schedule
_ _klM53L?*to go into effect on
und after Sunday, mh luBtanti u min edV
kail and pabbbjioxb t?aik. j,??- .
Leave Columbia at...ii*lfii 0 ? m
Arrive at Charleston at.. Li .' V.. t. .4.30 y'm
Leave Charleatonat..-0.80 ato
I rrive at Columbia at..l. *.20 p ai
nioht BXTBKeS, fbeight AID aocommodatiop
tbain, [Sundays excepted,}- ?
Leave Columbia. .7 60 pm Arrive,. ;6.8P an
Arrive Charleston 7.10 p m Leave.. ,C.46 a n.
Cam don Train will run as follower ***fP#VP
Leave Camden at.......7.20A.M.
Axriveat Columbia at.U>6fi A.M.
Leave Columbia at.........2,?r.,S.
Arrive at Camden at.; 6.(55 P.M.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
B. B. Pioxims, General Ticket Agent. \
Charlotte. Columbia and Augustu s .'S
Columbia, B. C, September 22,1872;
?"R ON and after this date,
IS following schedule will ba
run over thia road: . - , ? , \ ?
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Charlotte.7.IB A.M. 8.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.2.29 P. M. 3.30 A. M
Arrive Angueta.7.42 P. M. 8.20 A.N.
going nobth. ? .? ?
Leave Augusta.6.8ft A. H. u.5?P.H.
Leave Columbia... .11.63 P. M. 31 f 5 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.C.16P. M. 6.00 A.M.
Standard Timo ten minutes alower (Lau
Washington; aixmiDatea ahead ColnruLia.
"No. 1 Train dally. No. 2 Train daily, San
daya excepted. Both traina make close con?
nection to alt points North, Bonth and West.
Through tickets aold and baggage checkt d
to all principal pointa.
JAMEB ANDERSON, General Sup.
E. R. DonsET, Gen. Freight and Ticket Ageh t
Change of Schedule. .
Wilmington, Columbia A Augeeta B. B. Co.
Supee in ten dent's CrriCE, .
Wilmington, N. 0., October 7, 1872.
E?aHMB AFTER this date tb?
aWidlilwf"Wj: following schedule will
bo run by traina on this road:
dat expbesstbain [daily. 1 '
Leavo Wilmington [Union Depot ] 3.25 A. M
Arrive at Florence. 0.65 A.M.
Arrive at Columbia. 2.40 P.M.
Arrive at An gnat a. 7.42 P. M.
Leave Augusta A. C.S5A. M.
Leave Columbia.11.25 A.M.
Arrivo at Florence.4.15 P.M.
Arrive Wilmington [Union Depot] 10.26 P. Id .
night bxbbebb tbain.
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot] 5.45 F, N .
Arrive at Florence.. 11.86 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 8.40 A.M.
Airive at Augusts. 8.20 A<M.
Luavo Augusta. C.roP. M.
Arrive at Florence. 2.12 A.M.
Arrive at WilmiDgton. 8.C6 A. M.
Oct 8 JAB. ANDERSON, Gen^lSnpM'. '
Greenville and Colombia Bailicac
_:TBA1N8 run daily,
Sundays excepted, connecting with Night
Trains on South Carolina Railroad op ami
down; with Traina going North and South on
Charlotte, Columbia and Aq gnat a and WH*
mington, Columbia and Augusta Bailrcet's.
vv. .! '.
Leavr. Columbia at....'.. 7.15 a.m.
Leavo Alston . . . . 908 a.m.
Leave Kcwberry.10.40 slim.
Leave Cokeabury.2.CO p. m.
Leave Belton.,.3.?0p. m.
Arrive at Greenville.A 8 SO p.m.
Leave Greenville at.7.80 a. m .
Leayo Beltpn. 0 80a.m,
Leave Coke'sbury..11.15 a. m.
Leave Newberrv..' 2 SO p. m.
Leave Alston. .. 4.20 p.m.
Arrive-at Columbia.. C.COp. m.
Anderton Branch and Blue UiOge Div?un.
down. . up.
Leave Walhalla. 5.45 a. m. Arrive 7.15 p.' m.
Leave Perry vlllo 0.25 a. pa. ' 6.86 p. m'.
Leave Fendleton 7.10 a. m. 5.50 p.m.
Leave Andereon 8.10 a. m. ,4.60 p. m.
ArriveatBelton9.00a.m. Leave 8.60 p.m.
Accommodation Traisa run on Abbeville
Branch Mondays, Wedneedaja and FridayK
On Anderson Branch, between Belton and An?
dereon, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
THOMAS LODAMEAD, Gen. bup.
Jabez Kqbton, General Ticket Agent, .?r
Bichmond and Danville Bailroad.
TZZZ aa nSHESS?SCr CONDENSED T1ME
MSt9&iSCSe TABUS, in effect on aLd
after Sunday, October 13,1872:
stations. mail. EXPBEBB.
Leave Greenaboro.2.00 A.M. 1110 A.M.
Leave DanvUle.4.40 A.M. 1.62 P.M.
Leave Burkville. 0.44 A. M. 6 86 P. M .?
Arrive ak Richmond.. .12.46 P. M. 9.80 P. M.
?* GOING BOOTH.
Leave Rich-ond. 1.C0P.M. 6.10A.M.
Leavo Burkville.6.12 P. M. 8 58A- M.
Lo?vo Danville.10 CO P. M. 12.67T. M.
Ar.ive at Greenaboro. .12.25 A. M. 8.80 P. M.
Traina leaving Richmond at 1.60 P. M.. and
at 6.10 A. M., connect at Greenaboio with .
trainB on North Carolina Divieicn, for all
pointa South. Passengers leavir g Ricl n eed
at 1.60 P.M., connect at Greeneboio with
train for all points Eaet of Greentbcio. Fat
ecnger train leaving Baleigh at 6 40P.M.,
connects at Grceneb >ro wilb Noithein-lcuid
Mail train, arriving in Richmond at 12 45 P.
U. JOHN R. MACMURDO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. 'Jalcot, Engineer and Gen. Eup't.
NOUl U CAHOlilNA DIVISION.
stations. mail. EXrBEfB.
Leave Charlotte.710 P. M. 6.25 A. M.
Leave Salisbury.9.60P.M. 8.84A.M.
Leave High Point.11.58 P. M. 10 17 A. M.
Arrive at Greensboro.12.50 A. M. 11 CO A. M.
Leave Greensboro- 145A.M. 11.10 A. M.
Leave Company Shops 8 86 A. M. 12 20 P. M.
Leavo Hillaboro. 4 53 A. M.
Leave Raleigh. ... 8.05 A. M.
Arrive at Goldeboro.-.11.60 A. M-.
Leavo Goldeboro. 4 10 P. M.
Leave Raleigh. '.45 P. M.
Leavo Company Bbopa 12.05.A. M. 2.16P. M.
Arrive at Greenaboro. 1.30 A.M. 8.80 P.M.
Leave Greenaboro-2.15?A M. 4.C0P. M.
Leave nigh Point.... 3 04 A.M. 4.89 P.M.
Leave Salisbury. 4 67 A. M. 6.22 P. M.
Arrive, at Charlotte... 7.20 A.M. 88CA M.
Paaacnger train leaving Raleigh 6 40 P. M..
connccta at Greanatoro with Northern bound
train; making quick ml time to fell NrrtLein
cities. Price ot tickets rame as otbtr-HuUe.
Mail traina daily, both w*jb, over>eiitire
length of road. Express daily between Com?
pany Shops and Charlotte Sundays eictptt d.
Pullman Palace Carson night trains between
Charlotte and Bichmond, without change. -
8. E. ALLEN. Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. H. Qbxbn, Master Transportation.
Bummer Schedule 8.?% TJ. K. R.,
I Mmpjlj DOWN TBAIN. UP TBAIN
IBRgjlHy Arrive. Leave. Arrive.Leave
Spartanbnrg.. fi.80 6.26
BateivUle..... 6.00 6.00 4.?3 4.68
Pacolot. 6-08 6.18 4.40 4.46
JonesviUe. b.4S 6.48 4.06 4.10
Unionville. 7.26 7.50 8.05 . 8.21
San trie. 8.20 8.26 2.80 2.85
Fieb Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.U
Shelton. 9.16 ft^O 1.86 1.4f
Lylea' Ford... 9.40 9MB 1.19 .11
Strother. 10.05 10.16 19.60 .66
May 24 THQ8 B. JETER. Prialflent
Seegers' Beer if Pure.
IT don't oontain Oooooulns Indien s| Fie t.
Berriea to make sleepy or headache.