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?r-Book^ndi Job Prfhtin&oi every^eeorlp
iion promptly and rftlt^biuBy attended ?m i* ? :
Ia*erted lfa the DaUy> a*7* o??U pol Bquar*
rorthb dort nbdfiOoanta,?ao-i anbeaquant ib.
aetticm. s .Lpng *^ ^^^TrSS^^^ ^ek'
we$r., by at once
l an tt iap Id aolIi ng
qi: re?omn*enaea,, by
>;f?jp y?nr'own ose; Tt
fo^pi^o?lars. Mr. ?A,
v.-.;, corner^ ?roonFiob and, OofajU
OOKFI|fK? Tp,,HW avoom ABOUT SdxTY.
YHABg.wMr; Miohael BurkbalUw died
in Harna County on Wednesday, the
8th .inatv, say* tho Columbus ?Sun., Bis
life has been oue of, confinement. . JFor
some, sixty jeare he.;, has been ahnt jLn
> doore. ana a great part of the time i;ept
mw ihlSi ,1
Sad AoXJnrKHT.--A little daughter of
Mr. John Pblfer. of 8helby, N. CL, waa
killed at El Bethel Church. She . wee
running round a corner of the building,
f during reeesa, and atruck against a boy
'running in the opposite direction. She
died in a few minutes. ...
'? & "toee bf1 pteventive is worth a
pondd\JoTetftp; Oft prevent ohJU1 a?d
favor, take Simmons* Liver Regulator. V'
s rT\HI8 GUANO is bow bo well known in all
A the Son thorn States for its remarkable
ofifoots as an Agenoy for increasing the pro
duo ts Of laior, as not .to require special x
commendation from. u&. : Its use for sov
? years.naat ha's' established; Hai c?har^oter for
reliable exccllcnco. The 'large, fixed cplt&l
invested by the company in this trade afford 1
the^ureat guarantee of the continued oxoel
lence of this Guano.
The supplies put into market tbhj imaBon
are, aa heretofore, prepares under the - por
-ia&*eat aysaured that
tion are precisely tho
bsold. v ?
i j.N.BOBsoN, ,i IV
To accommodate blahtertjithny osn ort er'
oaBh-price. I When delivered fr 6m the factory
bjltbacar load, no drayage will ba charged. .
its quality arid edL
same aa> that bore
ui o a iiw
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK"
;X\ .'iaUU'fT ? ? ? ?V THE
Bonds norvtasabfa l^ WW
o: construction of the fi^W City
Theirnn.ai ?demptlon u?,l>y the tente
building _ _
te ?10.000 ?br, tamusn; and the. Carolina Na?
tional Bank ApMigHgtfi-hejhuU^f n? a
0 d a ? a fund fo r the re demptlob .?f the boqde.
By aaiJ Aoh aa. epaoial afannabta^ls required
" >pay top simbapnnal QoupoM.
W?OT^vTrS? laroade the
-J ollyt? V?oelve the taxes when
coUeoted and to nay the oonpona'. Tbbcon
jthe otty is at, pre
ecnt' aVef?ifaed at *7,OOO;O0O; and by said Act
thehotf?debt of the eitjr-oanndt be increased
beyond$600jOOfJ whilst, these bonds are out
atanding. The .bond* are exempt by law from
These bonds are offered to tho public at
eighty nott, with.interest; from date of pur?
chase to Jannary 1, 1879, allowed in Bettie
S^SsaOTed' ' * ?Oora^d ln*eFe?1
To cltlfeona of Columbia thoao bonds'will
give ad income of 12t per cent., aa may be
aeen from the following statement:
Seven.per cent, bonds, at 75,
? annual interest. A....... *.?i per cent.
Nineteen years to run, average ?
hiereaa.eper annum. i|percent,
City tax saved.....?. f a per cent.
Averaga annual' income... .121
Peo.ll., .;? ?-. ... ,. . _
tfjfV BASKE!? HEIDBIOK CHAMPAGNE.
0\J .10 cinas Sparkling Oatawba,
10 oae es" Vix Br
10 oases ?'Kelley
10 cases ?'Bed
3 caal6i "Harmony Sherry,"
For aale by
HOPE & GYLES.
A LL paraona ullog olty water are hereby
JlL aotiflad that from and after thla date the
eone leaving fhelr ht8rants or water aponta
running wUlbeflnadaaprovided by?rdi?anoe.
By order of the Mayor. OHAS. BABNUH.
De? 01 , City ylerfc.
Mooha and Java Coffees.
BAGS Old Government JAVA, . '
10 pocket a Pare Mooba.
eale low by HOPE ft 6YLE8.
New Orleans Byrnp.
BARKELS New Crop NEW OBLEANS
SYBUP, of very <yffl?ggfrff*
Dumb Ague, Periodic?! or Bili?ua
Fever* 6r.o.,*nd, in?e*4, a? thaalftc
tioaa vM?ft>i&riM from, malarious,
uwjaa, oronisHmatjo P9>?ouf. <r?.
,-rare And safe c?io for Fever1 and
g , i ?^mmr bled to Off?r, vstth: * perfect cor
aisease. and with assurance, rounded on
jproor, that no harm can axi&e from ifo nee In
anvquanttty. .1 .til*.- J v,lr(.??& n ?
?That wbfoh pro toot a from, or prevents this
the riBk- whloh he moat run-in violent attaoxs
of this baleful die temper. This tjQUBjf" ex?
pels tho .rniaamatlc poison of Fevkb and
Ague from the system, and prevents the de?
velopment of the disease, if taken on the
Bret approach of Us premonitory symptoms;
It la not only the hast remedy ever yet disco?
vered for this olasa of complaints, bnt also
the cheapest. The large quantity wo supply
for a dollar brings it within the reach of
everybody; and fs bllioua districts, where
SrjfTEa Aar) Aour prevails, everybody, should
havaiLanjl.iiae.it freely, both for ouro and
protection. It ia hoped this price win pla?e
it within the reach 0/ all?the poor as well as
the rich.' A great superiority of this remedy
Over any other ever discovered for the speedy
and oertain cure of Intermittent* ,is, that it
contains no Quinine or mineral; consequently
it produces no quinism' or other Injurious ef?
fects whatever upon the constitution. Those
oared by it are left as healthy as if they had
never bad the disease, j
Fever and Agae is not alone tho conae
quonoe] of the miasmatic poison. A'great
variety of disorders ariae from its irritation,
among, whioh are Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Gout, Headache. Blindness, Toothache, Ear?
ache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitation, Painful
Affection of the Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the
Bowels,Colic, Paralysis, and derangement of
the Stbmach, all of whioh, whon originating
in this cause, put on the intermittent type, or
become periodical. This "Cube" expels the
poison from tho blood, and consequently euros
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection
to immigrants and persons traveling or tem?
porarily . residing in the malarious districts.
If taken occasionally or daily while exposed
to the infection, that will be excreted from the
system, and cannot accumulate in sufficient
quantity to ripen into disease. Henco it la
even more valuable for protection than cure:
and few. will ever suffer from Inter mitt out a if
they avail themselves of the protection this
For Liver Complaint*, arising from tor?
pidity of tho Liver, it is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver into healthy activity,
and producing, many.trnly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fail.
DrV J. CVAYER & CO., Lowell, Maes.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
AND SOLD ALL ROUND THE WOBID.
PRICE ?1.00 PER BOTTLE.
May 28_ iTTtmU
er's Cathartic Fills,
. FOB the relief and
cure of all derange?
ments in the sto?
mach, liver and
bowels. They are a
an excellent purga?
tive. Being purely
'vegetable, they con?
tain no mercury or
nob serious sick?
ness arid suffer! n g la prevented by their timely
nee; kind every family should have them on
hand for their protection and relief, when re?
quired., . Long experience has proved them to
be the aafeBt. surest and best of all tho Pili?
with which the'market aboduds., By 'their
occasional oho, the blood is purined, the cor?
ruptions of .the system expelled; -obstructions
removed, aqd the whole machipery of life re?
stored to. its healthy activity. Internal or
gaus which become clogged and Bleggieh ue
cleansed by Aya??* Pili?, and stimulated
into action. Thus incipien t dieeaso i 0 ch acged
into health, the value of whioh change, when
reokoned ou the vast multitudes who enjoy it,
can hardly be cofbputed. The Bugaf coating
makes them pleasant to tako, and preserves
their virtues unimpaired for any length of
time, ao that they aro,over- fresh, and per?
fectly reliable, Although 8earcbiug,.tbey aro
mild, and operate without disturbance to the
constitution, or diet, or occupation.'
>FhIl dlreeiienB are givon on the wrapper to
each box. bow to use them as a Family v h ysio,
and for lim foil o win g com plain ts, \vh40h those
>Por t^aft^pstal or Indigestion, xhatleii
p*fUl xjktajfaor tDfl ton or Appetite, they
should be;taken moderately to stimulate the
etoinaoh, and restore, its healthy tone *nd
Mttoh... ' .1 . ,,
Por' SMrer Complaint and its various
Bymptoms, Blilo?? Headaebe Sicklleofl
avette, Jaundice or Green fllcauteas, BU
lomOolIcftatlBlllooi Fevers, they should
be judioiously taken for each case, to correct
the diseased action or remove the obstruc?
tions whioh cause It.
, For. Dywatttiy or SMmrrnoea, but one
mild dose la Kenerally required.
For RhetkiuMUai, Goat, Gravel, I*alsl?
latloa or'trie ttekrt, Fain in the Side,
Bnekt and i.olria.'thoy should bo oonlinnoua
ly.taken, as required, to ohange the diseased
action of tho system. With euoh ohange
thoae complainta disappear.
F01 Dropsy and Drojlalcal Swelling*,
they Bhould be taken'in large and frequent
doses to produce the effect of a drastic purge.
For supprenton, a large doBe should be
taken, aa it produces the desired effect by
Ab a Dinner Pin, take one or two PD1? to
promote digestion and relieve the atomaoh.
An occasional dose stimulates the atomaoh
and bowels, restores the appetite and invigo?
rates the system. Henee it is often advan?
tageous where no aeriona derangement ex
late.- Cue whe feels tolerably -to!!, often finds,
that a dose of these Pills mako him feel deci?
dedly better, from their oloanBing and reno?
vating affect on the digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Go , Fraotical Chemists
LOWELL, MASS., U. S. A.
fob BALE bt all obugoxsth evbbywukbb.
The Great Drug House.
E. H. HEINITSH
^HAS the most complete stock of DRUGS,
MEDICINES, PATENT MEDICINES,
AND HEALTH-RESTORING MEDI?
CINES, ever imported into thia market.
At HEiNITSH'S you w?l Und tbe largest
variety of Chemicals, -new Pharmaceutical
Preparations, new Bemediea for Men, Women
aod Children. : '
An elegant assortment of Toilet Soaps and
Toilet Bequiaites, Perfumery. Novelties, Po?
mades, Hair Preparation-), Hair Dreeaers, and
Hair Reatorera and Beauttfiers. Over 100 dif?
ferent patterns English Hair Brushes.
Bra*?' TwU*' of **>*hsh ?nd Frenoh Tooth
i^vw wrdlciuil ConiveiiOu* for Coughs,
Throat aod Long?. , ? ?
The most important considerationin regard
to this extensive and fino cnpnly of goooeie
that they are so reasonable in price. Pur?
chased at low prices, they will be sold on the
Prescriptions and Family Medicines sup?
plied with beat medicines, at reduced prices,
at B. B. HEINITSH'S
Cot 801 Drug and Ghemieal Store. ;
THE-undersigned, for many years (he hopes favorably) known to tho community of
Columbia, 8. 0., and to the traveling public generally, bogs to inform hin friends and
tho public that he haa leaacd for a term of yoara tho building just erected at tho corner of
Main and Plain streets, (oppoaite H. C. Shiver 4. Co '* Dry Good* Sn.ro > which will open
this day as a first claea Hotel and Restaurant, to be known as the "WHEELER HODBE,"
and trueta be will receive the patronage of hie friends and the tiavi-Iiug public in aid of hie
enterpriae. Neither expense nor trouble hae been spared tu provide all modern oenven
ionoiea,and great paina have been taken to secure tbu beat, rao*i retiah'a and. courteous help
in all the departments, whilat tho general mauageracut will bo midi r his own supervision
and receive bis undivided attention. A special ieatnro of (bin establishment will be tho
opening of a fine suite at rooms for tho accommodation of Luches. where Meals and Oysters
will ba served at all hours. tum?. SI. p?llook.
Jan 15 *
GREAT Sfl?THEBN FREIGHT AI PASSEIER IBB,
CHARLESTON, 8. C,
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
Three Tlmea a. Week?Tuesday, Tliuractny anil Suturday,
ELEGANT STA TE-KOOM A CCOMMODA HONS.
^ Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hours Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 balks MOr.tuly._
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
A KD connecting Roads West, in alliance with the licet of thirteen first clui-s Htcanishfps
r\ to tho abovo ports, invite attention to the quick time and regular d<apatch afforded to
the buBineBB public in the Cotton Statee at the 1QRT OF CHARLESTON, offering facilities
of rail and soajttanjportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in excellence and ca?
pacity at any other port. Tho following splendid Ocean Steamers are rigularly on the lino:
TO NEW YORK.
MA NE A TT A Ni ? GEORGIA,
M. S. Woodhull, Commander. 8. Hohnes. Commander.
CHAMPION, SOUTH CAROLINA,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander. T. J Beckett, Commandor
James Berry, Commander. J. Kennedy, Commander.
JAMEB ADGER, ASHLAND,
T. J, Lookwood, Commandor. -Ingram. Commandor.
JAMES ADGER & CO., WM. A. COCRTENAY, WAGNER, 11UGER & CO.,
, Agents, Charleston, B. 0.
TO PHI LADBLPH1A.
Iron 8teamshipBVIRGINIA, C.Hinckley, Com'der. GULF STREAM, Altx. Hunter,Oom der.
Uailwo Davs?THURSDAYS. WM. A. COURTENAY.JAgent, Charleston, B. 0.
? TO BALTIUOUB.
FALCON, Hainie, Commander. MARYLAND, Johnson, Commander.
SEA GULL "Dutton, Commadner. Total capacity 40,000 balca monthly.
SailingDaya?Every Fifth Day PAUL C. TRENBOLM, Agent, Charleston, S. C,
Steamahip MEEOEDITA. Sails every other Saturday.
JAME8 ADGER A CO., Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
Bates guaranteed aa low aa thoso of competing lines. Marine Insurance, one-hall of one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKE1S
Can bo bad at all principal Bailroad Ofhcea in Georgia, Alabama, Tt-m:et>t< e and Misai&Bippi
State Booms may be secured in advance, without extra charge, l>3 addieteing Agents of
the Steamships in Charleston, at whose offices in all cases the Railroud Tickets should bo
exobanged and Bertha atsigned. The Through Ticket* by this route include TranBfera,
Meals and Stato Boom, while on shipboard.
Tho South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, ai.d tluir cu.wctirp Iii.? t. have largely
increased their facilities for tho rapid novtmcnt of Freight si.d I utteigM* between the
Northern cities and the South and West. Ccmfortrhle Night Cait-, vith the Holmes Chair,
without extra charge, have been introduced on the South Carolina Railroad. First class
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Railroad. firi-i clat-t Blu-.j iig Cars.
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to day and night trainf eft the South Carolina
Bailroad. Clone connection made with other Roads, tieliv?15tig Ficij.Mi- si dittunt points
with groat promptness. The managers will use every exertion to patit-h thiir patronBthat
the line via Obarloaton cannot be surpassed in despatch and lb* ?af? fluiwryoi gec-ds.
For further information, apply to J; MiSexkiuk, ?uperii tu dti-t.-C 1 m i< n< n. H. C; R.D.
Habbix, General Agent, P. 0. Box 4,979; Office 317 Broadway, N. Y.; B. It. Pickekk. General
Paaaenger and Ticket Agent, South Carolina Railroad. Ai.FP.kd 1j. TVLEH,
Julyl616mo ' Tiee-Prssldeht South Carolina Railroad, Charleston, 8. C.
1 Fresh Family Groceries.
PICKLED New York BEEF BOUNDS.
. North Carolina MnUet, Ac.
Bmokku-Now York Pig Hams and Strips,
Nova Scotia Salmon,
- Beef Tongues, <fco.
Canned?Succotash, Lima Boana,
PeaB, Salmon, Mackerel,
Lobsters, Pours. Peaches,
ruiREMED?Canton Ginger, Peara,
Jellies'?Gnava and general assortment.
Teas?Gunpowder, Imperial, Japan.
Souobong, and English ?roakfaa
select.-I by an ezport, and finest
C0KFEE8?Mocha, Laguayra, Iti >,
0. G. Java, Uaw and I'.oaatod.
The Downer Mihebal ttrr.nv Oil, absolute,
ly safe as a oandle, brilliant, aa gas, and
oheap ae keroaone: have all the necessary
Bornore, Wioka, Obimnevs, to fix old lampa.
Nov 20_GEO. SYMMERS.
Oysters-and Other Befreshments.
J&j?BK THE uudcrBigucd bogs to inform
/fgTT^his friends that hia SALOON and
\ZJ ^JPBESTAURANT ia in fail operation,
and he is propared toenpply MEALS at all
hours. OYSTERS, in and out of thoshell,
from Norfolk, Charleston, and Indian Key,
when the woather porroita. Imported and
domestic SEGABS, Baltimore LAGER BEER,
eto. A. STORK.
O YS TEBS I
Btewed, Fried, and on the Shell.
?Sk fm^ HAYING mado our arrangements
^jJArfortho Oyster aeaaou, wo are pre
^*mw pared to farniab our friends and
patrons With ?y8teb8, ip all styles. We
hope that polite attention to oar friends may.
give satisfaction to all Who may favor as with
their patronage. We shall endeavor to please
the eye as well aa taate, remembering that
"eleaaHnessis a virtue."
Nnvlamo V. D.KONEHAN.
LeHcy F. Tonmans, Attorney at Law,
COLUMBIA, H. 0.
Office Law Range, B?nskett'a bnilding.
Youmans & Bheppard,
Aug 07 flmo
AOebtain Cube fob Cuills andFxvkb?
Firat take the Blood and Liver Pille, to work
off the bile and purify the blood; three or
four will be anfflcient. Then take a tabla
apooufulof HEINITSH'S CHILL CURE. It
haa been tried; we know it
Columbia IMEusic Store.
LyBrand & Son
rilAKE pleasure in calling tbe attention of
JL tho public to an examination of tbolr
8TOOK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con
aiBting of Pianos, Cbnrcb and Parlor Organs,
Molodoona, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Acoordeona. Braes and Silver Hand Instru?
ments of all kinds. Alao, Sheet Music and
Instruction Hooka for every claea of Mnsical
Instruments on band at all times. Sheet
Music sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of Mnsical Goods sent by
Express, when ordered, to any pnrt of the
State, marked O. 0. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organa for sale cheap, for caah.
Pianos, Organs and Melodeone tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
eepeoial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties to any poin
doairod, at moderate prices.
All orders promptly attended to and eatis
faction guaranteed to those favoring us with
their patronage. 8~nd for oar catalogue of
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Ri?
chardson street, a few doors abovo Pnrr.Nix
office, Columbia, 8. O. Nov 7
SYSTEM FOB BEGINNERS"
on Till; piano-foute,
BY MASON & HO ADLE Y.
fTlHIS thorough and practical method baa
JL acquired a Golden Reputation aa one of
the furf beat Instruction Hooks. Soils large?
ly. Published with American, also with Fo?
reign Fingering. Price $8 00.
OEMS OF STRAUSS'.!
Tho surprising success of this brilliant
book continues. Edition after edition ia
oagerly called for. 250 largo pages of tho
liest Strauss Music. Price?B'ds. *2.CO; cl.,
$3 00; Hue gilt for proaems, $4 00.
1 EMERSON'S SINGING B0H00L
Has abundant material for the instruction
of evening and other Singing Classes. Widely
used Costs lesa than a church music book.
Price 75 cents.
WINNER'S NEW SCHOOLS
For the Piano-Forte. Cabinet Organ, Melo
deou, Guitar, Oor.net, Violin, Fife, Accordeon,
German Accordeon, Clarionet, Finte, Flageo?
let. Price of oach book, 75 oents.
These lit tin work* are great favorites, be?
cause they ar<> ?:hvni>, aru full of ?aey and
lively muric, and ??*v - cningh of instructive
matter for tho w?i.t? of *ia*tcur*
The above books mailed, poat-paid, for the
OLIVER DITSOS A CO . Boston.
CHAR. 11. DlTBOrt &. Q<\, New fork.
Jan 10_ wf
The Doctors Recommend Seegera 'Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Sootoh'
Ale. Why? They know it ia nnadnlteralsd
A whole family on red of biliooanoaa with
one box of Hainitah'a Blood and Liver Pills
Thiaia cheap practice. Howie it? Why, the
P" ' t til.
_______ .guif'-t' j:
. Authorised Capital, ?000,000. ilS
TOtjr r\ ? .'l&'S+.'.i-'lk :? I ??:!??( ;
. Suftscn??d <frpi(&$Hk900. u-.i.y;, -}
THIS BANK is .now open for tho transac?
tion of a GENERAL BAN KING/'dSX
3HANGE and SAVINGS DEPOBIT BUSI?
NESS. H? ? ;
DEPOSITS OF ONE DOLLAR AND UP?
WARDS will be received, and interest al?
lowed at the rate; of Beten Per Cent, per an?
num on OertiQoatee of Deposits, and mX Per
Oent.on Accounts; also, General-Dopoelta re?
ceived, subject to Checks at any time.
COLLECTIONS aUendod to at all accessible
points, and remittances made promptly. - -
The Bank is located next door to the Caro?
lina National Bank, and will for the present
have the use of the verv superior Vault of
that Bank. This gives' depositors an addi?
tional guaranty for the safe-keeping of their
This Bank is alao made oapable, by its
oharter, of acting as Execntor, Administra?
tor, Guardian, Trustee, &o., by appointment
of any person or court of competent authori?
ty, and is now ready to accept and execute
trusts of this character. All funds of this
kind will draw Seven Per Gent. Interest from
the time of deposit nntil paid out.
J. P. SOUTHERN, President.
G. M. WALKER, Cashier.
DiBECTons-H. C. Shiver, B. L. Lcapbart, J.
H. Kinard, W. B. Guliok, Geo. Symmors, A.
Cooper._Deo 30 3mo
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
t NTEREST ALLO WEE A T TEE RATEOI
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER OENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTHS ONACCO UNTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer. Yice-Preaidout.
A. G. Brenizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, in general charge.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has
bull, F. W. MoMaBter.E. 11. Hciniteb, John B.
Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg, Colombia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott,Nowberry.
W. G. Mayes.Newberry.
B. II. Hu Hedge, Char lee ton.
DanielRavenel, Jr.. Charleston.
Meohanios, Laborers, Clerke, Widows, Oi
phans and others may here deposit their sav
inga and draw a liberal rate of fntereatthere
an. Planters, Professional Men andTrusteei
nriehing to draw interest on their funde untij
they require them for business or other pm*?
pores; Parents desiring to set apart email
turns for their children, and Married Women
und Minore (whose deposits can only be with*
ilrawn by them selves, or, in case of death, by
Mieir loKal representativee,) wiehing to lay
asidefnnde f or future nee. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where thoy will rapidly accumulate, and, at
i.hesame time,bo subject to wlthdrawalwhop
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANX
OF COLUMBIA, 3. O, .
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAI'lTAL, tSOO.000.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing in?
terest at tho rate of aeven per cont. per
annum, will be issued. "? ?*
NOTE8, Bills of Exchange and other evi?
dence of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocka, Bonds, Gold, Silver bought and sold.
Drafts on all tho prominent cities in the
United Statea bought and sold.
Directors?J. Eh Gregg. John B. Palmer, F.'
W. McMaater, B. D. Seun, of B. D. Beim &
Son: G. W. Bearden, of Copeland A Bearden;
B. L. Bryan, of Bryan & McCarter; W. O.
Swaffiold. of B. & W. O. Swaffleld; John 0.
Seegera, W. B. Stanley. . u ?
President?John B. Palmer
Gaabier?A. G. Brenizer.
Aasistant Caehier?O. N. G. Butt. Sept 28
WOOD MOULDINGS, 9TAIB BAILS,
NEWELS AND ALL KINDB OF
LARGE STOCK. LOWEST BATES.
ORDER WORK SOLICITED.
Send for estimate and price list.
KKUOH Si THOHNE.
254 ANS 25G CANAL STREET,
DG ly W*V T0BK CITY.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
By Committee of Practica 1 Machinists.
rpHE simplicity, durability, ease of manage
X ment and great range oT work of this
Maohinehaa made it the universal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Heobine for more
than twenty yeara, and benee it ia no experi?
ment to buy one.
For sale on monthly instalments, second
door below Phoenix office, Columbia, S. O., by
A. J. PUR8LEY,
Feba7_Agent for Pnraley A Trump.
p-A BOXES RAISINS,
OYS SO half boxes Baiains,
50 quarter bexea Bsieina, .
75 lbs. Citron,
10 buckets Mince Meat,
-10 bbla. Northern Apples,
10 doa Jars Franca,
2 doz. Jara Ginger Preserve*,
50druma Smyrna Figs. Forealeby
Dec 4_HOPE g GYLES.
Cheese and Bisonlt.
Kft BOXES ENGLISH DAIRY GOBHEN,
OKJ Pine Apple and J. A; CHEESE.
50 boxes assorted Blaeait. For sale lew,
Deo 8 HOPE* GYLES.
it Colnmbi* ai;>;.>.;. ?A . ], u?txOp.'
r Bracht ?t&iBat
Leave Camden at.'........'.w... . Oi20 Ai. il.
*^-*.?;?* et.f...?u*. wU
Arrive at Oamflen at.. 7l. ...V.' .T^l?^I
? ' A. L. TYLEB.Yice-Presit..
6. B. Pioams, General Ticket/Agent. - ?
Charlotte, Columbia and Angl
Columbia, B, O., September 22,1672.''
E3 ON and after tble date,
S f o llowt ng scbedcltw ll l km
run over this road*. iviX .YjxtViO-J '
, ;" ' . GOING SOtJTH. -. - ,;.J,,V.
Leave Charlotte.7,18 A. M. ' SMP.M.
Leave Columbia.2.20 P. M. j 3.S0A. M
Arrive Augusta..... .7.42 F. M. / ? (b.H> A. N.
uoinqnohtb. ? . ... j-^j
Leave Anguaia......6.55 ?. H. , o.SO P."H.
Leave Columbia... .11.63 P. M. 1, 11.(54?. ?.
Arrive Charlotte.C.15 P.M. - 0.0OA.M.
Standard Tim o ten minutes Blower-Iba?
Washington; aisjninatea ahead Columbia.
"No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Bnu
daye excepted. Both trains make close con?
nection to all points North, Booth and West.
Through tickets sold and baggage check? d
to all principal points. unata ?
JAMES ANDEBSON, General Sup.
E.B. Dqbbit, Gen. Freight and TlcxeTAgen l
Change of Schedule. .
Wiuunqtob, Columbia A Ar.aueta B. II. Co.
STn?EBUCrEM>XHT*8 ?ftjce, .
Wilmington, N. CLjOctober 7. 1872r '
I AFTER this date the
! following- schedule will
be ran by trains on this road: > ?<>?'?>?
dat expbe?8 train [daily.] ^. ' }'.,>.
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot f; 8.25 A. M
Arrive at Florence. 0.55 A. "M
Arrfvo at Columbia. 2.40 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta. 7.42 P. M.
Leave Aueut;ta js. C.35A. M,
Leave Columbia.? 11.25 A.M.
Arrive at Florence.. 4.15 P. M
Arrive Wilmington [Union Depot] 10.26 P/?T.
wight szvbssb tbaih. . t?&V?t
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot] 5.45~P,-M.
Arrive at Florence... 11.3D P.M.
Arrive at Columbia..'. 3.40 A.M.
Arrive at Augusta............... B.20"A/W.
Leave Augusta. 5.C0P. M.
Leave Columbia.10.20P* M.
Arrive at Florence.,. Ai&g/jfti
Arrive at Wilmington....;.. .... TCot?%j
Oot 8 JAB. ANDERSON, GenlBqjit. '
Greenville and Columbia Bpilrteo
[^mnnSHF. P ABSEN OER
?SS TRAINS run daily.
Sundays excepted, connecting with Night
Trains on Booth Carolina Railroad tip ?nd
down; with Train a going North and Seethon
Charlotte, Coin Tibia and Augusta and Wil?
mington, Columbia and Augusta Railroads.
up. ' '
Leave Columbia at.: 'X'. ^.iV tri&1
Lcavo Alston. I 9.06 a J m v
Leave Newberry...18.48 a'Jxn.
Leave Cokeebury. 2.CO p. m.
Leave Belton................... 1 3-J50 p.* m.
Arrive at Greenville...;.. ...<; b'30 p.'*:
Leave Greenville at. .... 7.80a.
Leaye Belton.............j 9 30 a; re,
Leavo Cokeabury",..11.15 a
Leave Newberry. U................1 2*01. ffi;
Leave Alston.'.. rrpjfij 4.50 p. in,
Arrive'at Columbia..;;;.1...'..'.^. &?0p.<!d:
Anderson?ranch and Blue JHUge I>ivin<,n.
' down. .. ,; ;.XtB.,. r.n_
Leave Walhalla. 5.45 a.m. Arrive 7.15 pJ &.
Leave Perrjvllle fi.25 a. w. ' ?' 6.8?fr.Jfci
Leave Fendleion-7.10 a. nr. ? 5.50 p. m.
Leave Anderson 8.10 a. ra, 4.o0p. m.
Arrive at Belton 9.00 a. ta. leavo W0p.ni,
Accommodation Trains run .jOn Abbeville.
Branch l?oncTayS. Wedneedaya and Frfd?yVt
On Anderson Branch, botween B?ltonand ari?
dere on , Tuesday e, Tbaradava and Batorday>.
THOMAS L?DAMfaD, Gen. Sup, (..
Jabez NoBToi*LGeneral Ticket Ak<p(.. ^.c.
Biohmosd and Danville Bailroad."
stations. hau. i ? ktpbtj58.
Leave Greensboro,.... 2.00 a, M. 11 jo a. M.
Leave DanvUle. 4.40 A.M. 1.62 P. M.
Leave Bnrkville. 9.44 A.M. 6 86P.;?;
Arrive a* Richmond.. .12.46 P. Ui ' 9.80 P. M.
V GOING SOUTH. ?v,e*V V".
Leave Richmond.t l.CC P. Mo 6.10 a. M.
Leave Bnrkville.5.12 P. M^ 8 J8A. M.
Leivo Danville.10.CO P.;M. I2;,67T. M.
Arrive at Greenaboro. .12.26 A. U.1 '8.20 r.'M.
Traiua leaving Richmond at 1.60 P. M.. acd
at 6.10 A. M., connect at Greenaboio with .
trains on ?North' Caroliila Diviaicn: To? "all
pointBSonth. PaesengerB leavirg'Bicl n.cttd
at 1.60 P.M., connect at GieeDsboiO vriih
train for all points East of Greenaboio. 1 a t
eenger train leaving Baleigb at c 40 P.M..
connects at Greensboro wiib North?)n-bente
Mail train, arriving in Bichmerd atl2 4BP.
M JOHN B. MACMDBDO, ? ?
Qeneral Freight spd Ticket t gent.
T. M. B. Taxxjot, Engineer and Gtp. pup't,.
N OUT ii CAMOX.UVA division.
GOING NOBTB. %. ?
STATIONS. ?ATL. " fcxPBEf B.
Leave Charlotte.710 P. M. 8.^6 A. V:
Leave Salisbury.9.60 P.M. 8.34 A.M.
Leave High Point.11-68 P. M. 10 17 A. M.
Arrive at Greensboro. 12. GO A. M. 11 CO A. M.
Leave Greensboro.... 145A.M. Il.iOA. M.
Leave Company Shops 3 30A.M. 1220 P.M.
Leavo Hillsboro..... 4.88 A. M..
Leave Raleigh.8J15A. M.
. GOING SOUTH. , ,
Leavo Gold?boro.....! 4 COP'.-M: i .v
Leave Baleigb..i'WBP. M. .V ,. I. &
LeaveHillaboro.10.21 P. M. ... .......
LeaTeCompanyBhopa 12.05.A. M. 2.15P. M.
Arrive at Grceneboro. 1.30 A.M. 8.80 P. M.
Loave Greensboro.... 2.15*A M 4.CO P. M.
Leave High Point.... 8 04 A. Ki 4.8frP. M:
Leave Baliabury_ 4 57 a. M. 0.22 P.M.
Arrlve^tChailottet. . 7.20.ArM, ?: 8.80A M.
Paeaenger train leaving. HaJfrigVC 40 P. M..
oonn'ccta at Greanatoro with Nortlu-m Lo^td
train; making qoiokeat tftbc to sfl KttiWrn
cities. Pride of tickets pame ae olhtr-tt uUe.
Mail train* daily, both wa>B, overi entire
length of road. Expresa daily beiveen Com?
pany Bhopa and Charlotte Bnudaja^xcepUd.'
PuRmanPalaee Cars on night rraf?s between
Charlotte and Richmond, wit hon t ebatrge. ?
3. Eril^?i?w^-W^Atetr.! i
Bojnrner Behednl* B. * V. H. B.,
? rsjSMSjSJSJ I DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN
nBatr Arrive. Leave. Airlve. Leave
Bpartanburg.. fiiO 5.25
BeWsVlll?... J*.06 *M , 4.M 4.B8
Pacedot. 6.08 ? 8.18 4.40 4.45
Joneavllle_ 6^3 C*8 4.05 4.10
Unionville. 7.25 7.50 8.DG -
Bantus.??? 8.20 8.26 8.80 . 2.?5
Flab Daw..... 8.4U 8.45 2.10 . .2.16
iheitoti:....... 8.18 aj? l.si.V f.if
Lylea' Ford... 8.40 t5aW.: 1.18 ,!?
Btrother. 10:05 10.10 12.00 .65
May 24 THOfl. B. JETBB. President
Beegers' Beeris Pnre. ??
r? don't contain Cocotmlua Indleusl Fl?sn
Berries to make sleepy or headache