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THK PHOENIX,
PnbUakad Daily and Tri-Weekly,
Every Wednesday Morning,
BY JULIAN A. sfeLBY,
Editor and Proprietor,
Office on Richard son St.. near Taylor,
?S-The Phcenixib the oldest Daily Paper in
South Carolina, has the lauoebt oibo?IiATIOn
in the upper portion of the Btate, and baa
been regularly iasned since its inception?
March 31,1865.
*3- Book and Job Printing ol everydo
Boriptton faithfully attended to.
SOBSOaiPTION.
Daily, six months, S4 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 CO;
Weekly, 1 60.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Inserted in the Daily at $1 per square of nine
lines lot first, and 50 cents each Bubeequent
Insertion; not exceeding five Udob in length,
75 Aflnta. Long advertisements by tbo week,
month or year, at loaa rates. Marriages.
Funeral Invitations, Ac, (1.
agents.
E. H. BateB, Union.
Julius Poppe, Anderson.
H. W.Laweon, Abbeville.
Robert Bryoe, Bpartanburg.
D. D.'Moore, Book Bill.
J. A. Qrigsby, Bidgeway.
Pabllo BIcctlng.
In '.consequence of the failure of the
Committee of Thirteen, appointed to
confer with the Governor, upon matters
of publio interest, to meet him, in oon
sequence of indisposition, yesterday, the
meeting which'it was expected would be
held to-day has, upon consultation, been
postponed to next Wednesday, the 21st
instant. It is hoped that the attend?
ance on that day, will be large and
prompt. The times demand the people
shall consult together. By request of
J. MoKENZIE, Chairman.
A. 0. Moobb, Secretary.
Palmetto Stato Immigration Agency.
I? Irs Object.?The object of this
Agenoy is to introduoe and sottlo in
South Carolina the boat possible classes
of laborers and citizens from other
countries, and thereby aid in develop?
ing the resources of the State. Its im?
mediate work is the directing of the tide
of immigration into South Carolina, to
supply .the great demand for labor and
citizenship.
II? Its Nature.?The Agency is un?
der control of no soeioty, board or cor?
poration, bnt is composed of proprie?
tor* agents and patrons, who are actua?
ted by motives of personal and public
benefit. The ordinary principles of ho?
nest enterprise shall govern the Agenoy
in its operations. It is the design of
this enterprise to make a careful selec?
tion of persons ordered, and to give
special attention to the introduction of
families into the State. Farmers, gar?
deners, mechanics, domestics, .to., of al?
most any nationality, can bo furnished,
but preference is given to English,
Irish, Sootoh, Swiss and Germans.
III? Expenses and Fee.?The Agenoy
will require persons ordering immi?
grants to pay 815 for each adult, and
$10 for each child between the ages of
four and fourteen, to defray the ex?
penses of transportation and board
from New York to any railroad town or
station in the State; and, also, a fee of
95 for eaoh person over four years old,
one-half of which the employer will
pay, and the other half will bo oharged
?cthe immigrant. The person order?
ing must, therefore, forward $20 for
Son immigrant over fourteen, and Sin
r eaoh child between four and four
teen years'of age, charging the one
$17.50, and the other $12 50, himself
paying $2.50 (half the fee) for each
No charges for transportation or fee
will be made for children under four
years of age. The money must, in all
oases, be forwarded before the orders
can be filled.
IY?General Remabks.?1. The
Agenoy makes contracts with common
laborers at $12 for men, and $8 for wo
men, per month, including board. This
can be changed by the mutual consent
of the employer and employee.
2. The Agenoy suggests that employ
ers allow their immigrants to return the
amount advanced for expenses in small
installments, paying a part in cash for
eaoh month. It would be well, also, to
nae every effort to make these strangers
who come in our midst contented,
prosperous and cheerful.
3. Local agents are solicited in every
County in the State, to Recure and for?
ward orders and money, and to co-op?
erate in delivering the persons on ar?
riving at their respective place?, for
which a liberal commission will be paid.
4. Money must be sent by express,
chock or post office order, and all com?
munications addressed to
TILMAN R. GA1NES,
Columbia, S. C.
To Subscribers and Advbbtisebs ?
Orders for advertisements, job work,
etc., must be accompanied with the
?ass. No exceptions can bo made.
Ordinary advertisements $1 per Equare
of nine printed lines for ?rst insertion;
fifty cents eaoh subsequent insertion;
weekly, monthly and yearly rates fur?
nished on application. Advertisements
inserted once a week, $1 each insertion.
Marriages and funeral invitations, $1.
Notices in local column fifteen cents a
line, eaoh insertion.
.Mail abhanobhknts.??The Northern |
mail opens 6.30 A. M., 3 P. M.; closes
11 A. M., 6 P. M. Charleston opens 8
A. M., 5.30 P. M. j olosetS A. M., G P.
M. Western openh 6 A.M., 12.30 P. M.;
closes 6, 1.30 P. M. Greenville opens
6.45 P. M.; close* 6 A. M. Wilmington
opens 4 ?. M.; closes 10.30 A. M. On
Sunday open from 2.80 to 3.30 P. M.
Cash will be the rule at the Phoenix
office hereafter.
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Baltimore & Wilmington, N. 0.
Be ml- Weekly Steamship Line,
Composed of tho first-class BtoamBbips
D. J. FOLEY.Capt. D. J. FniCEi
REBECCA CLYDE.Capt. D. C. CuildbJ
LUCILLE.Capt. J. 8. Bennett,
RALEIGH.Capt. J. 8. OnvEnj
WILL hereafter sail from BALTIMORE)
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, andi
from WILMINGTON every WEDNESDAY
and SATURDAY. ? J
Oonneotingat Wilmington, N. 0., with the,
Wilmington, Cob'^bia and Augusta Rail?
road, giving Through Bills of Lading to aud<
from all pointB in North and South Carolina,
Georgia and Alabama.
Connecting at Columbia, 8. C, with the
Greonvillo and Columbia Railroad and Char-!
lotto division of tho Charlotte. Columbia and
Augusta Railroad.
Connecting at Augusta, On., with Georgia,
Macon and Angusta and Central Railroads.
steamers of tbis line, on arrival in Wil?
mington, atop at Railroad Depot, and the;
Railroad Freight, boing Btowed separately inj
Steamor, is transferred, under covered ebeds, j
direct to Cars, without delay, and forwarded]
by the fast Freight Express that oveniog j
No drayago in Wilmington, and no transfer
from Wilmington South, Bates guaranteed!
as low as by any other route, and all losses;
or over-charges promptly paid.
Mark all Goods via Steamship to Wilming?
ton, and forward Bills of Lading to Railroad :
Agent, Wilmington, N. 0.
i"^r further information, apply to either of
undersigned Agents of the line.
ANDREWS & CO., Agonts B. & W. Steam
Bhip Lino, No. 73 Smith's Wharf, Baltimore.!
A. D. OAZAUX, Agent B. & W. Steamship
Line, Wilmington, N. C.
A. POPE, General Freight Agent,
F. W. CLARK, Ass't Gon. Freight Ag't,
Wilmington, N. C. I
H.M. COTTINGHAM, General Western,
Agont, Atlanta, Ga- Nov 22 3mos
Columbia Music Store
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention of:
tho public to an exam in at in i! ot their.
STOCK or MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Chnrcband Parlor Organs,
Melodeona, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,.
Accordoons,Brass and Silver Band Inatru
mouts of all kinds. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Books for every clnse of Musical
Instruments on hand at all times. We are
Solo Agents for the Stato of South Carolina'
? r Estoy A-. Co.'s COTTAGE ORGANS. Sheet
Music sent by mail, poaA paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of musical Goods sent by'
Express, wbon ordered, to any part of the
Stats, marked O. O. D. Good Second-hand j
Pianoa and Organs for Bale cheap, for cash.)
Pianos, Organa and Melodcons Tuned and]
Ropairedin a satisfactory manne r: and will'
give especial attention to Packin g, Reinovin p!
und Shipping Pianos for otberparties toany
point desired, at modoratepiicca.
All ordora promptly attended to and s a tin
faction guaranteed to those favorinp us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogurot
Shoot Music and Musical Merchandise. Ri?
chardson street, a'few doori above PuacNli
office, Columbia. 8. 0. Nov 7
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK,
OF
columbia, S.C.
-
Present Capital, . . . f 150,000
Authorized Capital, . . . $500,000
OFFICERS. j
JOHN B. PALMER, President.
A. O. BREN1ZER, Cashier.
C. N. G. BUTT. AsBiBtant Cashier.
THIS BANE now occupies its magnificent
three-story and Mansard Roof building,
on tho corner Plain and Richardson street*.
A genera) Banking business transacted. Cer?
tificates of Deposit, bearing Interest at the
rato of Soven per cent, per annum, issued.
Noten, Bills of Exchange and other evidences,'
of debt discounted, and money loaned on col?
laterals. Stocka, Bonds, Gold, Silver bought
and sohl. Drafts on all the prominent cities
in tho Unitod States bought and sold.
DrnncTons?Jub E. Black, JolinB. Palmer,
F. W. McMastor, R. D. Bonn, (of B. D. Senn&\
Son,) G. W. Boardon, (of Oopeland A Bear
don,) B. L. Bryan, W. C. Swaflield, (of It. A
W. C. Swaflield,) W. B. Stanley, J. C. Hcogors;
Samnol McGowan, Abbeville; James II. ltinti.j
Wiunshoro. Feh 8 .
CITIZENS'SAVINGS BAKE
OP '
SOUTH CAItOLINA,
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Recoived,
INTEREST ALLOWED AT THE RATE
OF SEVEN PEE CENT. PER ANNUM
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COMPOUNDED
E VER F SIN MO N TUB ON A CCO UN TS
OFFICIOUS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John R. Palmer, Vloo-Preeident.
A. G. Brenizer, Cashier.
J. II. Sawyer, in general charge.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Ca; hier.
lUreclors.
WadO Hamiden, William Mai lie, John It
Palmer, A. ?. Haskel), F. W. McMaster, E.
H. Uciuitsb.T. E. Gregg, Columbia.
ft. T. Scott, W. O. Maves, Newbcrrv.
B. Hi Butludge, Daniel Ravenol, Jr!, Char
onion.
MECHANICS. Laborers, Clerks, Widows,
Orphans and others may here deposit
their ?av.ugb und draw a liberal rate nj inter?
est thoi oon. Planters, Professional Men and
Trustees wishing to draw intere st on Uudr
fiiniin until they require them for bufduci r or
other purposes; I'mi cuts desiring to set apart
small sums for children, und Married Women
and Minors (whote deposits canon)} bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in cane of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for future use, aro hero aflon'ed
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho aamo time, he subject to withdrawal
when neoded. An? )K
Office City Treasurer,
COLUMBIA,8. C, DsflEMBEB 27, 1873.
TnE oity of Columbia will, on tho 15th id
Jannarv, 1874. commence paving the
PAST DUE COUPONS of her Bonds. They
will bo paid at tho Carolina National Bank;
also at tbe South Carolina Bank and Trust
Company's Bank, in this eitv.
CHA8. BARNUM, City Treasurer.
Dec 28
Buckwheat.
REKH New Hurtled BUCKWHEAT, for
sale by L?RICK A LOWRANOK.
F
Seegers' Beer is Fnre.
Tdon'tcontain CocolusIndiens, Fish Ber
ries, to mako one sleepy or beadochv.
I
Choice Provisions,
AT low priceB for cash.
0,000 pound? BA?ON 8IDE8,
2.000 pounds now 8ugar-cured Hume,
10 barrola Loaf Lard,
20bos.ce Ooahen Cheese,
10 boxes Young Amoricaand Piuc-opplo
Oheeao,
10 chcpta choice new crop Teas,
100 barrels Family Flour.
25 barrels Apples. Onions and Potatoes.
Doc 4 _,.EOPBJt QYLEB.
Imported Champagnes.
F?f\ CASES Jules Mum a'Dry VerzonBy aud
t)\J Uoidsiok, Quarts and Pints. For sale
low by_ HOPB A OYLES.
Wine Bottles.
GltOSS WINE BOTTLES, for Bale,
low, by HOPE A OYLES.
20
! Upright Steam Engine for Bale. I
T7UGHT-HORBE POWEB, in perfect order,'
1 JQi with Bmoke-etack, shafting and a quan?
tity of belting. For particulars, apply at
Pootwix OfBoe. ! >?>? Pot 80
Canned Goods. I
MEATS?Doviled B.AM,Pcviled TONQUE,
Dovilod Turkey. RoaetB^ef.
Fruits?Peaches, Plums, Aprieote, Pino
Apples, Pears, .Strawberries.
VegotablOH?Green Corn, flroen Teas, To?
matoes, Mushrooms. For salo by
_j?iov 15 HOPE A OYLES.
Corn Whiskey.
1JUHE MOUNTAIN (JOHN WHISKEY.
. Mf-n, a lot of Tour year old MALT CORN
WHISKEY. Warranted pnro.
Aug 13 JOHN O. SEEGEB8.
Will This Induce You to Fart
WITH YOUIt
GREENBACKS?
FHOSE Blue Ebcrdon OVER-COATS.formerly $40, now $30
rboae Brown, Heavy Beaver Ovor-Coate. '* $35, " $5i7
Those Blue Cantor Boaver Over-Coats. ,; $33, '* $25
Tbo?o Black Castor Boavor Over-Coats. '? $25, " $20
Thoao Blue Chinchilla Over-Coats. " $24, ?* $lb
rhosu Drab Chinchilla Over-Coats . " $17, " $13
Those Bhio Oloth Capo Over Coats. " $33, " $25
Those Brown Cloth Capo Over-Coats. ** $30, " $24
Thoso Black. Heavy Beaver Capo Ovor-Coate. $15, " $12
ThOBO Mixed Chinchilla Capo Over-Coata. " $16, " $13
Shawls and Blankets nt aamo sacrifice
Imported Cheviot RH I UTS.formerly $4 75. now $3.00
Imported Dover blurts. ?" $5 00, " $3 00
Imitation Cheviot Shirts. " $3.00, M $2.50
Wo aro ofl'oriug similar bargains in other goods.
DOC1G15 K. Ai VV. C. SWAFF1ELD.
WHEELER HOUSE, COUSjmBIJb., S. C.
IHE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL NOW IN THE 01TY--PEICE $4 A DAY
Corner Main and Plain Streets, T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
"ROSE'S HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. O.
WM. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
6 il - J
Another First Class Hotel in City?Fare $2.50 a Ray, including Omnibus Ride
SITUATED NEAR THE CAPITOL, AND IN THE CENTRE OF THE BUSINESS PART
of the city. Rose's Omnibus will convev passcngci* to and from every Train. Tho
ha'ies'Apartments arc complete, with private entrance on Aeseutblyittroet. The BILLIAItD
md BATH ROOMS uro all new and superior to any in the city. April 5
Wheeler House-*--Prices Not Reduced!
THEP HOP K1ETOR OF THE WHEELER HOUSE would n sped full} in form the travclinp.
publio, that, in order to maintain tho character of his House kh a First Class Hotel, he
will continue hi.-prices as heretofore, and guarantees to give that satisfaction which lias
icenrril io the House the reputation it now hae.
July 30 T. M. i'Ol.l.ot K, Proprietor.
Sil iffijU Illil Siffill
VIA
CHARLESTON, S. C,
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PlllLaDELPBIA, XEW V01IE, BOSTON,
AND ALL TEE NEW ENGLAND MANUE/. CTGEIK G CITIES.
"'Iirer Timm ? \\ erb front \i w Vm u?'i
it ml Rat urduy?. ?* : Iruitnl s-iale Kim
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hours P.hort^r.
TOTAL CAPA< 11 V, 411,0011 IIA I !?
tin j s, 'I" Ii ii?'tillti }?* !
Aci'iuti in i-d im hui k
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
"via Charleston.
?:>? pioni il i.v.
A NI) count cling Bom's Went, in alliance with tin lb i l <?! tl.iit. ? n fn-.-t
XjL to the above ports, invite attention to i In quick tune mal t. giilm
Ilm buBineshpublic in the Colton Stales at the 1 GBT * cha1ii 1 .*-'!<
of l ;r. i und si a traiis|
capacity f t an} ol hi i
of
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st? .n.i.-i.., s
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i tat ion for Freight and Paexi
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OnARI.KSTOK. ...Ii k. Bonv, Commaiider. I CHAMPION ...B.
JAMES ADOKR..T. J. I.ockww (' Coht'th r. I MANHAT l'AN.5
JAM KS AI G T K (<? ,
GEORGIA . .P. (row. II, ConuiniMh i. SOUTH CA lb H.1NA..T. J
?V.M. A ? COURT! NAY, WAGNIS!, I1UOK1! .'. CO., Ag<
T V V II 1 L A l> K Ii I? ft i A ?
IronStcatn*hi| ?< ASHLAND.\i* n Huiib r, C'onihw;i.ili
i t? J.VfOI;..C. iliiickley, Comniarah
W. 1/ cl.v." I ll, ("?.UM i .
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Iteekei t.Conimnndt r.
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Sailing Hay.- FBIDAYS.
. Pct'oii, CV inniander.
J;1 I "I'll I 'f Ktlltl, s. (!.
U .M. A COUh'JFNAY, Apt ii?. Cl:ai;(*?t.ti,S C.
to u a i. t i m o i: K.
FALCON. Hninic.Conunaiider. SKA oi l.I.
Sailing DajK?Kvc ry Filth Day. FaUL C. TUENHOLM, A;
t t? host t? r.-.
Steamships MERCEDITA ami FLAO. Bail every Salnrdwy.
JAMES A DG Eli .V CO.. Agei I? C\ i'.? > t? n, S. C.
F.ntcsguaranteed ns low at- cnmpeliiig liiiea. Marine lot uraiice. < '. ? -ball "t one \ pi cent.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING Alii) THBbUGH TICKETS
Cm? bc.lind .-it principal llailroad Cfilutsa in Cenrgia, Alabama, '1 ent?c?'h ? und Mississippi.
htaitt'lionir.M ms> . emr??1 :n h?v???', wit hon' exlra. rhsfiie.by uihlicssing Agentfol
die Sleaii)i>l'i|>h in i ? > ? 1?.*??, ? m ?. oftler* ::-:? hmo tin l'?Hfoi!il 'J'ieki-ts t-honld be
oxeltane* ?? mo) Eon : >< ii -.-1, m . ? ? I biotq l. 'J ?? 1;? ?? I > t h i< n ittc incbidu Transfers,
M ais ui.tl Mute-lioi ui, ui.?i on >hip-l oaul.
'i hk NUCTII c A hoi ina railkoa?. UKOUOI I ttAlt.ltOAD
r tlr? rapid movement
? nib und Wo',, Fit at
) olina llniircads. first
Ami their connecting lines, have larj. ely incrnui'i il theli lac Tit
of Freight and Passengers between ll i* N?rthrrn chin aim O
Class Kating Saloon at Brancliville. < ntl.e Georgia and s ml
olaB? Sleeping Cars. *
Freight promptly transferred from ? tfatn? i f < da; aiu'r :*w hi ti?ii >'il
Itailroad. Glosooonneoliniioiacnwith oihei Boat's.ilchvi] in In jl.ir ;
with great prompt nets. The ntanageie will ut-o (very it t< i ti i-aii?"\ ll eli pati n?that
I the lino vin Cbarlrslon cannot be t-nrpa^H (I in ih *i Meli and i b<- nil' ilrlh? ij i?l erodf.
I For fnrlher Irformatlon, apply to T. J. OltirviN. WfMfin Af,'<m, Atlanta.On ; B. D.
iflABELT.. General Apent, P. O. Box 4 07f>; ( flict 317 Urnadwfc) . N. Y : s. p.. PicKKNS, Gonera.
Passenger aud Ticket Agent.Boulh Carolina llailicb?: o? J M Si i i iiiii.SnperintiniU t.t
iOroat Southern Freight and rsesengeT Lini ChmlcelMi. S. ('. nnllO lly
i tit h Carolina
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??^??iiiimiiiL! I! An?UNOEU
????HKSafiTllAINB ran daily,
Sundays excepted, connecting with Night
L?rain? on Booth Oarolinm Railroad np and
lown; With Trains going North and South on
Charlotte, Colu-nbia and Augutta and-Wil
niugton.Columbia and Augusta Itailroacs.
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jeavnCommbia at. 7.16 a. ru
jeavo Alston.0.05 a. m
jeavo No wherry.?_.. .10.40?, m
.oave Cokcsbury.2X0 p. m
jeave Belton.8.60p. rn
Lrriye at Oroeti ville.5.80 p. m
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jeayoOroenville at.7.SO a. m
jeavo Belton.9.80 a. ra
jeave Cokcsbury.!.11.16 a. m
jeave Newberry.2.80 p. rn
jeave Alston.4.20p. m
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Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge Division
down. up. I
.oavo Walhalla. 5.45 a. m. Arrive 7.15 p. m [
licave Perry villo 6.25 a. ro. C.S6 p. nr
icavercndlcton7.10a.nl. 5 50 p.nl
lieave Anderson 8.10 a. m. 4.50 p. m
Vrrivo at Belton 9.00 a. m. Leave a.GO p. m
Accommodation Trains run on Abbeville
'.ranch Mondays. Wednesdays ana Fridays.
3n Anderson Branch .between Belton and An
loraon, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
THOMAS DODAMEAD, Gen. Sup.
Jadez Nobtow. Gonersl Ticket Agent.
The bh ort Line Schedule.
JlIAJlLOTTE, Columbia A Atjodbta B.B. Co.,
Columbia, S. 0.. October 24, 1873.
THE following Paeecn
f
9 ger Scbedulo will bo ope?
rated on and after SUNDAY, the 26th inet.:
ooiko north. Train No. 2. Train No. 4
Leave Augusta.6.80 a m 4.15 pm
Grsnitevillo.*7.83 a m 5.11 p m
Ratesville.9 43 a m . +7.22 p m
Columbia.1158 am 9.87. pm
Cheater..i4.28 p m 2.28 am
Arrivo Charlotte.17.08 p m "5.15 am
No. 2 Train makes close connection, via
Richmond, to all points North, arriving at
New York at 6.40 A. M.; also, via Raleigh
and Old Bay Line, arriving at New York at
4.25 P. M. No. 4 Train makes close connec?
tion, tta Richmond, to all points North, ar?
riving at New York at 4.25 P. M.
ooiNO south, Train No. 1. Train No. 3
Leave Charlotte.*7.00 a m 9.10 p m
Cheater.j*.. 9.54am 11 38p m
Columbia.i2.'48pm S.lOam
BateaviRe.. ..... 4.67 p m 6 43 am
Qranitoville.17,16pm ?7 48 am
Arrive Augusta.8.05pm 8.45am
'Breakfast. 'Dinner. -fBupper. ?
South bound Trains connect at Aegosta
for all points South and West. Through
tickets sold and-baggago checked to all prin?
cipal points, aar MeepiDg cars on all Night
Trains. JAB. ANDERbON, General Bup't.
A. rorz.Gon. Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
South Carolina Railroad Company ,
Columbia, S. C, October 18.1873.
Chan (re of Sehen! v.] e
i to go into efloct on
and after Sunday, l'Jth instant:
mail and r^shen('.Kit TRAIN.
Loave Columbia at.'..8.40 am
Arrive at Oharleaton'at.4.20 pm
Leave-Charleston at.9.00 am
1 rriveat Columbia at......5.G0 pm
nightkxpre88, freight and accommodation
train, [Sundaye excepted.]
LoaveColumbia. .7.15 p m Arrive. .6.80 a m
Arrive Charles ton 7.10 p m Leave.. 6.46 a m
Camden Train will run Mond ay,Wednesday
and Saturday, as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 1.60 pm
Arrive at Camden at.6.35 pm
Leave Camden at.6.60 am
Arrive at Columbia at.11.60 am
B. B. Pioeinb. General Ticket Agent._
Piedmont Air-Lino Railway.
???EBBggfllfi CONDENSED TIME
S$13B^?He*7ABLE, Richmond and
Danville, Richmond and Danville R. W..N.
C. Division, and North Weetern N. 0. B. W.
GOING NORTH.
stations. vail. KXPREfcfi.
Leave Charlotte.7.10 P. M. 6.26 A. M
Loave Baliabury.9.50 i-. M. 8.84 A. ?!
Leave Qrcenaboro,-1.40 A. M. 1110 A. M
Leave Danville.4.32 A. M. 1.C2 P. M
LeaveBurkville.9.44 A.M. 6 40P. M
Arrive at Richmond.. .12.45 P. M. 9.80 P. M
GOING SOUTH.
Leave Riobmond.2 SO P.M. 5.10 A. M
Leave Burkville.6.84 P. M. 8 28 A. M
Leave Danville.; 10 41 P. M. 12.67 P. M
Leave Greensboro-2.16-A M. 4.00P. M
Loave Salisbury. 4 57 A. M. 6.22 P. M
Arrive at Charlotte... 7.20 A . M. 8.80 A. M
GOING EAST.
Leave Greensboro.... 1.45 A.M. 11.10 A. M
Leave Company Shops 3 SC A. M. Arl2 20P.M
Leave Raleigh. 8 05 A. M.
Arrive at Gcddaboro.. .11.15 A. M.
GOING WEST.
Leave Ooldeboro.4 10 P. M.
Loave Raleigh...-.7.45 P. 31.
LcaveCompanyShopa 12.05 A. M. 2.15 F. M
Arrive at Greensboro. 1.80 A. M 3 30 P. M
Korth-weatern N. O. lt. K..Sultan Brncb
Leave Greensboro 3.40 p rn Arrive 10.20 a m
Leave Kerneraville 9 00 a m Ariive 5.10 a m
Mail trains daily, both ways, over entire
longthof road. Express daily between Com?
pany Bbopa and Obarlotte.Sundayeoxcepted
8. E.ALLEN, Gen.Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. Talcot, Engineer and Gen Snp't.
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta B
GENERAL PA t-SEN GER DEPART.,
Columbia, S. O., October 21 1873.
fT2iT irri Z&iQ&f? THEfollowing Schedule
will be operated on ane
aiter Sunday,October '20:
OOINO north. TIlAIN NO. 2. 11iain no. 4
' Leave Columbia. .11.40 a m 9,06 p m
Florence.24 40 p m 2.1(t a, m
Flemiugton.18 to p ni 5 27am
Arrive Wilmington. 10 45 pm *7.15am
No. 2 Train mains close connection, vie
Richmond, to all points North, arriving New
York 0 40 A. M. No. 4 Train undies dote
I connection, rin old Bay Linn and alto Rich?
mond, to all points North, ui j iviug New York
1 25 P. M.
nowo koutu. train no. 1. train no. C
I Leave Wilmington.4.60 a m 10.10 p m
Flemiugton..... *0 50 a m 7 45pm
I Florence_.*....10 40 am 1137 pm
Arrive Columbia.:.13 18 p m 4 00 c m
j Making close conneciiMis at Columbia lor
: all points Bo?ih and West. Through tickoth
sold and baggage checked ?o all principal
' p< tuls. Pullman palace sie? pt rr i n ail ni{. lit
'tiairs. 'Itreakfbst. iDlhber. tSli) per.
JAB. ANDERSON, General b-np't.
A. Pom, Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent.
' Summer Schedule 8. & U.R. R.,
j ra&Siffl? D0W>} TRAIN UP TRAIN
lEByaigff Arrive.Leave Arrive .Leave
Ppartanburg.. (LRU 7.V.Q
p.aiesville... . 7.(3 7 15 0.47 6.66
Pacolct. 7.2? 7.S0 6.S1 6.40
IJoncaville- 8.01 8.10 E.tl ?.60
Unionville. 8 43 9 (8 4 f8 6.IS
Bantne. H4H 9.63 4.10 4.26
Fish Dam. 10.20 10.25 8.44 S.t*<'
Hboltnn. 10 40 10.49 3.19 827
IIjIob'Ford... llU)7 11.18 5.17 3f3
I Strothor. 11 S6 11.45 2.23
2.30
H
Mston. 12.40_'-SO
HOPE & GYLES
AVF. for sale?'
500 bushels OATS,
v.,000 bushelfl BRAN,
2.0C0 bushels SHORTS.
also,
Fresh Raur Kraut aid Mince Meat,
100 boxes Raisins. 60 half-boxes Raisins,
23 rjnai ter-boxoe Raisins,
50 drums Smyrna Figa,
Dosbicated Cocnanut,
100 pounds Seedless Raisins,
500 Heads of Cabbpge.

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