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THE; PHCENIX,
MJ CUBBED DllLTlRDTBI-WMKU.
STgRI WKDHESOAY HOBNINQ.
/ JULIAN A. SELBY
editob amd pbopbibtob.
lifloa on Riohar?son Street, near Taylor
?????
?r iJook and Job Printing of ovorydeaorip
io a promptly und faithfully-attended to.
!? . 8UBBOBIHIOK.
Daily, six montho, $4 00; Tri-Weokly, 2 OC;
Weekly. ISO.
advebjibkmentb
laaertod in the Daily at 76 cents per square
Ter the drat and SO oenta eaoh subsequent in
? er tin n. Long advortisomontB by the wo ok,
mi on Mi or yoar, at reasonable rates.
The Heifer, the Goat and Ewe.MnLcague
with the Lion,
Onos on a time, When the world was new,
The heifer, the goat, and their sis tor, theowo,
"Mado with the lion what's now called a
"ring"?
Come gain or loss, to share everything.
In the trap of the goat a stag was caught.
And beforo the "ring" at once wan brought
To bo dividod fair and square.
That eaoh ot the four should have bis share.
Upon tbo oarcaaa the lion sprang.
And with tooth and olaw he then began
To divide the body, and aaid, with a shout,
"The first part's mine, without any donbt,
"Because I am master. And I havo a right
To the second part because of my might.
I will have the third part; that's enough.
If you touch the fourth part I'll eat you up." |
Now that the world is old and wise,
And wears big spectacles over its eyes,
Beasts form no rings. But now and then
We hear of the "rinji" of curtain men.
Each bwears to help all, come good or ill;
But to help self first, and the pockets fill.
Is the common thought. And the lion's mi are
Still fa!!?* so the atrongeat. Of "rings" bewaro.
ANpThn. Utah Wab.?Ths President |
Las decided to renew bis aggressive poli?
cy against the Mormons. It will proba?
bly take official form in a day or two in
a special message to Congress. He had
a long conference with the Secretary of
State and Attorney-General on the sub?
ject, and afterwards visited the Capitol,
where he invited members of the Senate I
and House Judiciary Committees to a
similar consultation. The immediate
reason for this sudden movement at this |
stage of the session is founded on a me*
mortal which has been forwarded to the |
President from the Gentiles in Utah,
and whioh will doubtless be transmitted
to Congress with the Executive message.
The opinion was expressed by the Ad mi
nzBtration members at the Capitol that I
the remedial legislation could bo secured
before the 1st of March, provided it was
in a less offensive shape than the well
known Uallom bill whioh was defeated
in the last Congress. However, an at?
tempt was made in the House, this after?
noon, to iustrnot the Judiciary Com?
mittee to report at any time a bill to re?
peal such of the laws passed by the Ter?
ritorial Legislature of Utah as were in
oonflict with the organic Act creating the
Territory, Delegate Hooper, w|io was
in hopes that his people were going to
escape Federal persecution at this ses?
sion, fears that the new movement means |
a bitter and determined fight, which he!
charges is instigated by a combination of j
interests to crush out the Mormons.
Kate 8 ta at on, in her leotnre on "The
Loves of Great Men," assorts that the
planets revolve around the sun by the
influence of love, like a ohild revolves
about its parent. When the writer was
a boy he used to revolve around his pa?
rent a good deal, and may. have been in
oited thereto by love, but to an unpreju?
diced observer it looked powerfully like
a trunk strap.?Danbury News.
An awfnl swell?The cheek after a
tooth-ache.
RIP VAN WINKLE
GRANDCLEARANCE SALES
At the sign of the INDIAN GIRL, are the
topics of (he day. ODD BRANDS of GIGABS
to be sold CUEAP, CHEAP. CHEAP!
Jao 25*_
Fresh Family Groceries.
PICKLED New York BEEF BOUNDS.
Pickled?Salmon Bellies,
North Carolina Mullet, &o.
Smoked?New York Pig Hama aud Strips,
Nova Scotia Salmon,
Beef Tongues, Ac.
Canned -Succotash, Lima Beace,
Peaa, Salmon, Mackerel,
Lobsters, Pears. Peaches,
Green-gages, Mushrooms,
Truffles, Asparagus.
Pnx&kbved?Canton Ginger, Pears,
Citron, Pine-applea,
Strawberries, Quinoes,
Blaokberriea,
Raspberries &o.
.Iki.i.ies?Gnava and general assortment.
Tkas?Gunpowder, Imperial, Japan.
Souohong, and English Broakfas
seleoted by an expert, and finest
any market.
Coffers?Mooha, Laguayra, Bio,
O. O. Java, Uaw and Boasted.
also,
Tho Downer Minebal Sfebk Oil, absolute?
ly safe as a candlo, brilliant as gaa, and
cheap aa kerosene; have all the necessary.
Burners, Wieks, Chimneys, to fix old lamps.
Nov 20_ QEO. BYMMERS.
MEDICAL.
ON MABBIAGE?Happy relief for yonng
men from the effects of errors and abuses
in early life. Manhood restored. Impedi?
ments to. marriage removed. New method
of treatmont. New and remarkable reme?
dies. Books and circulars sent free, in
soalod envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSO?
CIATION, No. 2 South Ninth Btroet, Phila?
delphia, Pa.?an institution having a high
reputation for honorahlo conduct and profes?
sional skill._Decl83mo
LeRoy F. Youmans, Attorney at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OFFICE Law Range, Bauskotl's building,
up stairs.
Yonmans & Sheppard,
Attorneys at Law, Edyefiela, S. 0.
LeR. F. YQ?MAN8. JNO C. SHEPPARD.
Aug 27 Cmo
Unprecedented Sueoess
OS in?
S I N G E R .
The Singer Sewing Machine
beceived
FIRST PREMIUMS,
- IN
18 72,
at
State Fair, Atlanta, Ga.,
Anderson Fair, S. C,
Darlington Fair, S. G.
Look at their Bates:
181,260 Machines sold in 1871; 52,734 more]
than any company.
The. Bloger Manufacturing Company. Main
Btreet, Columbia, B. O. W. J. WAY,
Not 13 fCm_Agent.
Valuable Pharmaceutical Preparati. ns
fob salb by
EDWARD H.HEINITSH,
dealeb in
CHOICE DRUGS,
and
Family Medicines.
BROMIDES CALCIUM, Sodium,
j ammonium, Bromides Potatseinm,
Morphia, Cadmium, Iodides,Quinia,
Chlor, Propylamia, Iodoform. Bou
dalt'B Pepsin, Wine of Beef, Vinum
Cibi et Forri Cum Cinchonia, Wine
of Beef, Iron and Bark^, Puro Tasteless Cod
Lirer Oil, Elixirs of Bark, Pepuin, Bismuth,
Elixirs of Uentian, Wild Cherry, Iron, Beef)
and Whiskey, Valor Ammonia, Beef and
Brandy, HypophoephitoB, (Churchill's.) Acid
Phosphate, (Boruiord'a,) Lifo Food and
Nervo Forco.
Proprietary preparations of recognized
worth.
Queen's Delight Compound takes the place:
I of Sareaparilla, a valuable altorativo.
1 Blood and Liver Pille, an alterative Pill, an
I anti-dyf?peptio and dinner Pill, mild yet
eflVotual in its action, nicely sugar-coated. A
desirable family medicine, worthy the atten?
tion of Physicians. Doc 211
Only Reliable Oijl Distribution in the country
$60,000.00
IN~ VALUABLE GIFTS/
To bo Distributed in
L. D. SINE'S
159th Regular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To be Drawn Monday, Ftbruary 19,1873.'
TWO CRAM) CAPITALS OP
$5,000 each in Qreenbacks!
Ktve pVi?s885ooI eaoh in
Ten* Prix? *ioo j Greenbacks!
Ono Dorso and Buggy, with Silver-mounted
Harness, worth $600; onoflric-t?ned Rosewood
: Piano, worth $500; 10 Family Bowing Maohines,
I worth $100 each; 5 Oold Wat oh en and Chains,
worth $300 Osch; Fiv? Oold American Hunting
Watches, worth $125 each; ten Ladies' Oold
Hunting Watches, worth $75; 800 Oold and
Silver Lever Hunting Watches, (in all,) worth
from $20 to $300 oach; Gold Chains, Silverware,
Jewelry. Ac, Ac Wholo number Gifts C.500.
Tickets limited to 60,000.
Agents wanted to sell ticket?, to whom
liberal premiums will be paid.
Single tioketB, $1; six tickets, $5; twolvc
tickots, $10; twenty-live tickets. (20.
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a
j description of tho manner of drawing, and
other information in reference to tho distribu?
tion, will be sent to any ono ordering tbem.
, All letters must bo addressed to
Main Office, L. D. SINE, Box 86,
101 W. Fifth at. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Deo 3 _fly
Grand Excursion Trip
to
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE,
via THE
Atlanta and New Orleans Short Line,
to toe
Grand Mardi Gras Carnival
at new obleanb,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1873.
THIS is asplondidandgorgooustrip that nc
ono should lail to take. A full train of
Pullman's Palaco Bleeping Cars, running
through from Atlanta to New Orleans, with?
out change, thus depriving tho trip of all the
discomfort- of ordinaly travol, and giving to
it all the comforts of a m&gniflcont home, ant"
for a small consideration giving our peopU
an opportunity of seeing the finest CARNI?
VAL FESTIVAL over witneeued in thiBooun
^Tho ATLANTA AND NEW ORLEANS |
SHORT LINE has alone perfected arrange?
ments for excursion tickets, and a train of!
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars through with?
out change.
This line is 162 milca shorter than anyothor
route and nearly one day loss timo and travel.
L. P. Gbant, Superintendent Atlanta and
West Point Railroad.
G. J. Foueacbe, Superintendent Western
Railroad of Alabama.
G. Jobdan, General Superintendent Mobilt
and Montgomery Railroad.
S. H. Sciianton, Superintendent New Or?
leans, Mobile and Texas Railroad.
Exonreionists are particular!* requested tr
notico the abovo, and guard against being do
eeived by any other lines assuming the title
of "Atlanta and New Orloans Short Line."
I am tho solo agent of thin lino in Georgia,
and the only ono authorized to arrango for
exourBion tiokots going through on this lino
without change.
Tiokots over this lino on sain at tho Union
Passenger Depot, Atlanta, good on any pas
senger train from February 20 to March 10.
Fare for the it on ml Trip, - - gy -l ?5
Stooping Car faro extra.
Sections or Borths can bo secured by ad
droseing Pullman Palaco Car Company, At
lanta, or tho undomigned.
W. J. HOUSTON,
.Tan 23 General PaH?ong<ir Agent
North Carolina Hay.
BALES good N. O. nAY,for nalo ow
by HOPE .v OYLES.
75
COLUMBIA HOTEL,
COLirHBIA, S
THIS woll-known IIOTKL, situate in the oontre "f the tmsir.rt's port! n ??>' I Im ci'y, affords
every convenience and cumforl t-> traveler* on btiidneiM or p!??i-iir?? Tho rropriotor,
having secured tho service* of polite and iifndt'Ut aaidftant*. pledi;?? hhrtielf to spare no
means and pains io ite management tn euitain the high ivpnaion .?w Um* enjoyed by tho
"COLUMBIA" aa a FIrbt Cla:<n Honte.
Attached to the House in a handsome BILLIARD ROOM, famifhi d with three of Phclan
& Oollender's bent and meet improved Tub) b.
TELE1RAPH OFFICE in rotunda of the Ifonac. AJeo, L'aih Rooms, equaled by nono in
thooity. WJL OORMaN, Proprietor,
E. T. BoBDBLi,, lato of "Charleston Hotel," and J. F. Gapsokn, Ae^ittaute. Jan 23
WHEELER HOUSE, COLUMBIA, S. G.
TUE undersigned, for many years (he hopos favorably) known to tho community or
Columbia, S. C., and to the trnveling public generally, bcf,'b tu info im Iiis friends and
tho public that bo line leased for a term of yearn tho building just erected at the corner of
Main and Plain streets, (opposite It. C. Shiver k. Co.'h Dry Goods Store,j which will opeu
this day as a first class Hotel and Restaurant; to be known as Ihe "WHEELER HOUSE,"
and trusts ho will receive tho patronage of his friends and tho traveling public in aid of his
enterprise. Keil her expense nor trouble has b< en apart d to provide all modern conven
ieneies, and great pains havo been taken to secure the best, most reliable sad c.mrtcoUM'.help
in all tho departments, whilst the general management will be nndi r his own supervision
and meoivo his undivided attention. a special feature nt this eetablishnicut will bo the
opening of a fine suite of rooms for the accommodation of x... Jiis. whei' Meal* and Ovslers
will be served at all hours. 'i ;iko. ;i. i'Dia.ooK.
Jan 15
ERBAT HUHU FfiEMT AI FIBER IIIS
VIA
CHARLESTON, S. C,
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PU1LADBLP?IA, NEW YOllK, BOSTON, -
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
Three 'rimes 11 Weclt?Tuet (lay, Tllursiltiy und Suluiilny.
EL EG A -Vr .S' TA TE- Ii O 0 M A CCD SI M (J I) A TIO NS.
Sea Voyage lOto 12 Hours Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 balks MONTHLY.
"^gaSaBKflBWB
The South Carolina Railroad Compeuy,
AND connecting Roods West, in alliaaico with the fleet of thirteen find class Steamships
to tho above ports, invito attention to tho rpick timo and regular despatch afforded to
tho business public in tho Cotton States at the FOR V OF CHARLESTON, oiToring facilities
of rail and sea transportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled mi excellence and
capacity at any other port. Tho following splendid Ocean Steamers are regularly on
tho lino:
TO NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN.
M. S. Woodhull, Commaudcv.
CHAMPION,
B. W. Loekwood, Commander
CHARLESTON,
James Berry, Commander.
JAMES ADGER,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander.
JAMES ADGER .t CO.
\VM. A. CC l* UTEN AY,
GEORGIA,
Crowell, Commander.
SOUTH CAROLINA,
T. J. Beckett, Commander.
CLYDE,
J. Kenuedv, Commander.
ASHLAND,
Ingram, Commander.
wagner, huger &.C0.,
Agent*, Charleston, S. C.
TO PH1I/ADRLPIIIA.
Iron Steamships VIRGINIA, O. Hinckley, Com'der. GULF STREAM, Alex. Hunter, Com'der.
Sailing Days?THURSDAYS. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
TO BALTIMORE.
FALCON, Hainie, Commander. MAR^LANO. Johnson, Commander.
8EA GULL, Dutton, Commander. Total capacity, 40 UOU bales monthly.
Sailing DCjb?Every Fifth Day. PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
TO DOST OTV .
Steamship MERGE I) I TA. Sails every otbor Saturday.
JAMES ADO Ell a CO., Agents, Charleston, S. C.
Kates guaranteed aa low as thouo of compoting lines. Marino Insurance, one-half of obo
per cont.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKET8
Can be had at all principal Railroad Oftleos in Georgia, Alabama, Tonuesace and Mississippi.
State-Rooms may be secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
tho Steamships in Charleston, at whose offices, in alt easos, the Railroad Tickets should be
exchanged and Berths assigned. The Through Tickets by this route include Transfers,
Meals and Stato-Room, wbilo on ship-board.
The South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, and their connecting lines, havo largely
increased their facilities for tho rapid movoment of Freight and Pansengcrs between the
Northern cities and tho South and West. Comfortable Night Cars, with Ibe Holmes Cbair,
without extra charge, have been introduced on tho South Caiolina Railroad. Fiist class
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On the Goorgia Railroad, first class Sleeping Cars.
Freight promptly transferred from steamer to day and night trains of tho South Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made with other Roads, delivering Freights at distant points
with great promptness. The managers will use every exertion to satisfy their patrons that
tho line via Charleston cannot bo surpassed in despatch and the safe delivery oi goods.
For further information, apply to J. M. Hki.kihk,'Superintend.-nt, Charleston, S. C.; R. D.
IIasell. Goneral Agent, P. O. Rox 4 07?; Office 317 Broadway, N. Y.; S. 1!. PlCKENfl, General
Passouger and Tickot Agent, Snu'h Carolina Railroad. ALFRED I.. TYLER,
Jan 30 46aio Yioo-Prosidont South Carolina Railroad, Charleston, S. C.
Stork's Restaurant, i Columbia Music Store.
Oysters and Other Refreshments.
THE undersigned bogs to inform
.hin friends that his SALOON and
_'RESTAURANT is in full operation,
and ho is prepared to supply MLAl S at all
hours. OYSTERS, in and out of the shell,
from Norfolk, Charleston, aLd lndiftn Kiy,
when tho weather pormlts. Import?d and
domestic SEOARS, Baltimore I. AO ER REER,
etc. A. STORK.
Oct^ad
OYS TERS !
Stewed, Fried, and on the Shell.
HAVING madoourarrangomonts
for tho Oyster season, we are pre
'pared to furnish our friends and
patrons with OYSTERS, in all styles. We
h"pei that polito attention to our friends may
Rive eatisfneti' n to all who mayravor us with
their patronage. We ehall eDdeavor to please
tho oyo as well as taste, remembering that
"cleanliness is a viitue."
Nov 1 3ino F. D. KONEMAN.
Lawyers, T.ike Notice.
THE second volume, new series. of Rl
CUARDSON'S LAW REPORTS is now
ready, nnd for sale by U. L. BRYAN.
Look Out for K. K.'S!
10.()OOse?e^;,CO,mnbia- TOb?
March 28 JOHN C. SEEGERB'.
LyBrand & Son
rflAKE pleasure in calling the attention ol
% the public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accordcons, brass and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kind*. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Rooks fore.viry class of Musical
Instruments on band h) all times. Sheet
Music sent by mail, post paid, on receipt ol
price; and all kinds of Mn.-ieal Goods rent by
Express, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C O; D. Oood Second-hand
Pianos and Ore :n . for aale cheap, for cshIi.
Pianos. Organs .?i A M< lodi-on* toned and re?
paired in a aatihfaotoi > mar lie'rj and will give
especial attention to Packing*, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other paith a to any poiii
desired, hI moderate pi ices.
All ordert? promptly Attended in and rotis
faction guaranteed to tl on- favoring rit with
their patronage. Send fm our catalogue ol
Sheet Music and Min i, a) Merchandise. Hi
char dann street, a few doors shove Pimknis
offlcB, Columbia. 8. C. Nov 7
The Doctors Rocommend Seegcrs 'Bcei
TN proforonee to London Porter and Heotcl
Ale. V?"b\ ?Thev know! I is nnndidloraloi
A whole family cured of biliousness will
one box of Heiiiitfth'n Rlortd him'Liver Pills
This is cheap practice How in it? Why, tin
p'" Mil.
UNION SAVINGS BANK,
OP COLUMBIA, 8. O.
Authorized Capital, $500,000.
Subscribed Capital, I144.C00.
TBIS BANK Is now open for tho traneao
tion of a GENERAL BANKING, EX?
CHANGE and SAVINGS DEPOSIT BUSI?
NESS.
DEPOSITS OF ONE DOLLAR AND UP?
WARDS will bo received, and Interest al?
lowed at tho rate of Seven Per Cent, per an?
num on Certificates of Deposits, and Six Per
Cent, on Accounts; also, General Deposits ro
ooived, subject to Checks at any time.
COLLECTIONS a'.tended to at all accessible
points, and remittances made promptly.
Tho Bank is located next door to tho Oaro
lina National Bank, and will for tbe present
havo the ueo of the very superior Vault of
tbat Bank. This gives depositors an addi?
tional guaranty for tho safe-keeping of their
funds.
This Bank is also mado capable, by its
charter, of acting as Executor, Administra?
tor, Guardian, Trustee, Ac, bv appointment
of any person or court of competent authori?
ty, and is now roady to accept and execute
trusts of this character. All funds of this
kiud will draw Seven Per Cent. Interest from
tho timo of deposit until paid out.
J. P. SOUTHERN, Preeidont.
G. M. WALKER, Cashier.
Directors -B. C. Shiver, S. L. Leaphart, J.
H. Kinard, W. B. Gulick, Gco. Symmers, A.
Cooper. Dec30 3mo
OTIZENS7 SAVINGS~BANK
or
SOUTH CAROLINA.
Deposit* of $1 and Upwards Deceived,
?-?-???? ? -
INTEREST A LLC WEE A T TEE RA TEC I
SEVEN PER CENT. EER ANNUM,
ON CER T1E1 CA 1 ES OF J)EE OSIT,
ANE SIX EER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONIES ON ACCO UN TS.
OFFICERS.
Wn, Martin, President.
John B. Palmor, Vice-l'rcBidont.
A. G. Bronizor, Cashier.
J. II. Sawyer, in general charge.
John C. B. Smith, Aeeietanl Cuahici.
Directors.
Wade Hamptioi, William Martin, A. C. Hub
kcll, F. W.McMaeter.K. II. Hemitsb, Je.l i B.
Palmer, Thornae E. Gregg, Columbi*.
J. Eli Gregg, Manou.
G. T. Scott,Nowberry.
W.G. MayoB,Nowberry.
B. H.Rutlodgo,Charleston.
DauiclRavonel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clorks, Widows, Ol?
phans and others may hero deposit theiraav
ings and draw a liberal rato of interest there?
on. vianterB, ProfoBBh-nal Men andTrustuet
wishing to draw interest en their funds uptil
they require them Tor business or other pur.
poses; Parents desiring to set apart small
iuma for tnoir children, and MarriedWomen
und Minors (whose deposits oan only bo with?
drawn by themsolvoB, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
asidefnnds for futuro use. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
whore thoy will rapidly accumulate, and, at
'.besamc timo, be subjectto withdrawalwhoji
seeded._Aug 18
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
O F COL UM DIA ,S.C,
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 8500,000.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing iu
torcst at tbe rate of seven per cent, per
annum, Mill be iesuod.
NOTES, Bills of Exchange and ether cvi
denoes or debt discounted, and money loaned
on collaterals: -
Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Silver bought and sold.
DratU on all tho prominent cities in the
United Statca bought and sold.
Directors?J. Eh Gregg. John B. Palmer, F.
W. McMaster, B. D. Benn, of R. D. Senn A
Son: G. W. Beardcn, of Copeland & Beardeu;
R. L. Bryan, of Bryan A- McC;;rter: W. O.
Swaftiold, of R. A W. C. Swafiield; John C.
Seogere, W. B. Stanley:
officers.
President?John B. Palmer
Cashier?A. G. Bronizer.
AeeieUnt Cashier?C. N. G. Butt. Sept 28
(DOORS,
BLINDS,
WOOD MOULDINGS, STAIR RAILS,
NEWELS AND ALL KINDS OF
FANCY GLASS.
LARGE ST00K. LOWEST BATES
ORDER WORK SOLICITED.
Send for cstimato and price list.
KKO?H <t THOMNK.
251 and 250 canal. street,
D6 ly new yore citt.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Sewing Machines.
II Kill KM I'ltENll'M
By Committee of Practical Machinists.
THE simplicity, durability, case of manage?
ment and great rang? of work of this
Machino has made it the universal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machine for more
than twenty \ears, and hence it is no experi?
ment to buy ono.
For sale on monthly instalments, second
door bolow Pucxnix oftice, Columbia. S. C.,by
A. J. PURSLEY,
_Feh 27 Agent for Purslev A Trump.
New Goods.
K(\ BOXES RAISINS,
tJ\f 50 half boxe? Raisins,
50 quarter boxes llaininx.
75 lW Citron.
10 buckets Mince MoRt,
1.000 Oranges,
10 bold. Northern Apples,
lOdoz jars rrnncB,
2 doz jars Ginger Preserves,
50 drums Sim ma Figa. For sale bv
Dec I nOPE A GYLES.
Chceso and Biscuit.
Fir\ BOXES ENGLISH DAIRY GOSUEN,
0\ f Pino Apple and Y. A. CHF.ERE.
50 boxes assorted Biscuit. For sale low.
Dec 8 HOPE & GYLES.
Change of Schedule.
South CABoLJirA Baxlboai> Comfaby,
Colombia, ti. C, Bept. 26,1872.
Change of Bcboflule
__to go mlo effect on
and after Sunday, 29th instant:
MAIL AND FABBENOEB TBAIN.
Leave Columbia at..0am
Arrive at Charleston at......4.8D p m ?
Leave Charleston at. ....0.80 a ru
2 rrivo At Columbia at.........5.20 p m
kiget EXPBE8B, fbeiobt abb accqmmcdahon
tbain, [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia. .7.80 p m Arrivf ...C.80 i nr.
Arrive Charleston 7.10 p ni Leave.. .G.46 ^ b.
Oamden Train will run as follows:
Leave Camden at. 7.20 A.M.
Arrive at Columbia at.11.55 A. M .
Leave Columbia at. 2.00 P. If.
Arrive at Camden at. 6.55 P.M.
A. L. TILER, Vice-PreBidtnt.
B. B. Picxinb, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusts ?. ?
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
Columbia, 8. C, Septembe r 22,1672.
at EMBSSEBt ON and after this dale,
HUggg* following schedule v*il) ho
run over Una.road:
ootno hoctb.
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Charlotte.7.15 A. M. 8.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia_2.29 P.M. 8.80 A. M
I Arrive Augusta.7.42 P. M. 8.20 A. W.
OOlNO nobtb.
! Leave Augusts.6.86 A. M. 5.50 P.M.
Leave Columbia....11.63 P;M. 11.C5P.M.
Arrive Charlotte.?.15 P. M. COO A. M.
Standard Time ten minutes tlower 11 bi
Washington; six minutes ahead Colnn.t ia.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Both trains make close cor -
i ncction to all points North, South andWett.
Through tickets Bold and baggage checki e1
to all principal points.
JAMES AN BEE SON, General Sup.
E. R. Dorset, Gen. Freight and Ticket Ar er t
Change of Schedule.
Wilmington,Colombia &. Aeoebta B. R. Co.
Sufebintendekt'b Office,
Wilminoton, N. C, October 7, 1672.
j AFTER this elate the
'following schedule .will
bo run by trains on this roao:
dat express train [daily.]
Leave Wilmington [Union Dej ot | 8.26 A. M
Arrive at Florence. 9.55 A.M.
Arrive at Columbia. 2.40 P. BI
Arrive at Augusta. 7.42 P.M.
Leavo Augusta. G.85A. M.
Leave Columbia.11. 25 A.M.
Arrive at Florence....'.. 4.15 P. M.
I Arrive WilmiDgton [Union Derct] 10.25 P. M .
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Leave Wilmington [Union Detot] 5.45 P. M.
, Arrive at Florence.11.36 P.M.
Arrive at Columbia. 8.40 A.M.
Arrive at Augusts. . 8.50 A.M.
LeavoAugneta. C.E0P. M.
Leave Columbia. . ... 10.20P. W.
Arrive at Florence. 2.12 A.M.
Arrive at Wilmington.. 8.CO A.M.
Qot8 JAH. ANDEl'frON,Gc-nMfcup't.
uietnviiie ana Columbia Bsihisr.
PASSE N G E R
_i TRAINS run daily,
Bunds}s excepted, connecting with N;;.V t
Trains on South Carolina P.iilrr.cd np end
down; with Trains going Norlh acd Etuth on
Charlotte, Columbia and Augueta and Wil?
mington,Columbia and Augusta liailieaTs.
OF.
Leave Columbia at..7.15 ?.in.
Leavo Alston. 0.05a.m.
Leave Newberry.10.40 a. m.
Leave Cokesbury.2.C0p. m.
Leave Bolton.siOp.m.
Arrive at Greenville.6.30 p.m.
down.
Leave Greenville at.7.30 a.m.
Leave Belton. 9 80 a. m.
Leave Ccketburj*.,..11.15 a.m.
Leave Kewberry. 2.80 p. ni.
Leave Alslon. 4.20 p to.
Arrive at Columbia. 6 CO p.m.
.Aride r?)? Branch and Live ltidge Divisicn.
down. VT.
I Leave Walhalla. 6.45 a. m. Arrive 7.16 p. ni.
Leave PerrjvilJe fi.25 a. ro. C.S5 p. m.
Leavo Pendlelon 7.10 a. m. 5.60 p.m.
Leavo Anderson 8.10 a. m. 4.60 p. m.
Arrive at Belton 0.00 a. m. Leave 8.60 p; m.
Accommodation Trains inn cn Abbeville
Branch Mondays, Wednesday* ara Fridays.
On Anderson Branch, between Belton and An?
derton, Tneedavs, Thursday and Saturdaye.
TBOMA8 DODAMFAD, Gcd. Bup.
Jabez Norton. General Ticket Agent.
"Richmondand Banvil'e Bailrccd.
CONDENSED TIME
^7 ABLE, in effect on irtid
aller Sunday, December 22, 1872: 1 1
GOING NORTH.
stations. mail. extress.
Leave Greensboro.2.00 A.M. 11 10 A.M.
I Leave Danville. 4.40 A. M. 1.62 P. M.
Leave Burkville. 9.44 A.M. 6 86 P.M.
Arrive at Richmond.. .12.45 P. M. 9.80 P. M.
GOING SOUTH.
Leave Richmond. l.to P.M. 5.10 A.M.
Leave Burkville. 5.12 P.M. 8 28 A. M.
Leave Danville.10.00 P. M. 12.67 P. M.
Arrive at Greensboro..12.26 A. M. Sr.SO P. M.
Trains leaving Richmond at 1.50 P. M.. and
at 5.10 A.M., connect at Greensboro ?Ith
trains on North Caroline Divisicn, for all
points South. Passengers leavirg KicLmond
at 1.60 P.M., connect at OieerebotO with
train for all points East of Greentboro. Tat
senger train leaving Jlnleipb at C 40 P.M.,
connects at Greensboro with NorlhoD-beni d
Mail train, arriving in Richmond at 12 45 P.
M. JOHN B. MACMCBDO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. Talcot, Engineer and Gen. Eup't.
KOKT II CAIIOLIJVA DIVISION.
GOING NORTH.
stations. mail. KXTRFf S
Leavo Charlotte.7.10P. M. 6.25A. M.
Leavo Balisbury. 9.60P.M. 8.84 A.M.
Leave Bij;h Point.11.58 r. M. 10.17 A. M.
Arrive at Greensboro. 12 50 A. M. 11 (OA. M.
Leavo Greoneboro- 145A.M. 11.10 A.M.
Leave Company Shops 3 SG A. M. 12 20 P. M.
Leavo Hillbboro.4 53 A. M.
Leave Raleigh. 8 05 A. Bf.
Arriv. at Goldbboro.. .11.(5 A. M. .
GOING SOUTH.
Leave Goldeboro.4.10 P. M.
Leavo Raleigh.7.45 P. M.
Leave Hillnboro.10 21 P. M.
Leavo?ompany Shops 12.05.A. M. 2.15 P. M.
Arrive at Greensboro. 1.30A.M 3 80P.M.
Leave GreenBboro-2.15*A. M. 4.CO P. M.
Leavo High Point.... 3 04A.M. 4.43 P.M.
Leave Salisbury. 4 67 A. M. 0.22 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte... 7.5(0 A.M. 8 SO AM.
Passenger train leaving Raleigh 7.45 P. M.,
connects at Greensboro with Noribern bound
train; making quickest time to all Northern
cities. Price ol tickets same as other reales.
Mail trains daily, both wa>R, over entire
i longth of road. Express daily betwee n Cor?,
pauy Shops and Charlotte Sundays excepted.
PullmanPalace Cars on nie h t trains between
Charlotte and Richmond, without change.
S. E. ALLEN. Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. H. Gbeen, Master Transportation.
Stammer Schedule S.& U. R. B?
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN
gS^S?*1 Arrive. Leave. Arrive Ltav*
Bpartanburg.. 5.30 6.25
Batesvillo. 6.00 6.C0 4.{3 4.5S
Pacolet. 6 08 C.13 4.40 4.46
JonceviUo. 6.48*6.48 4.05 4.10
Unionvillo. 7.25 7.50 3.06 3.21
Hantoe. 8.20 8.55 2 30 2.3S
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Sholton. 9.15 0.20 1.85 1.4P
Lylts' Ford... 9.40 9 45 1.12 .17
Rtrothcr. 10.05 10.10 12.60 .65
Ahdon. 11.00 '1.0C
May 24 THOB. B. JETER.Prudent
Seeders' Beer is Pure.
T don't contain Cnoocnlus IneHmi*' Fish
R? nie11< i sleep; e>r headache.
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