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Publiabttd Dally and Trl-Weekly,
,? ,Jfiverj Wednesday Morning,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
Editor and Proprietor,
Office on Richardson St.. near Taylor,
47Tub PHOzttrziat&o oldest Daily Paper in
fionth Carolin a, bas the laugest oiboolation
in the upper portion or tbo State, and bae
been rogularly iBBUed since its i a cop t ion?
to* Book and Job Printing ol every de?
scription faithfully attended to.
Daily, six months, $4 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 CO;
Ins or tod In tt.o Daily at 91 per uqua.ro of nino
ilnoe for first, and 50 bents each subsequent
insertion; not exceeding five lines in length,
75 oents. Long advortieoments by the woek,
month or year, at lesB rates. Marriages.
Wheral Invitations, Ac., $1.
E. H. Bates, Union.
Julius Poppe, Anderson. ,
H. W. Lawaon, Abbeville.
D. D. Moore, RockfiiU. >
Let each one strive with all his might
To be a decent man,
And love his brother as himself?
Upon the goldeo plan;
And.if his neigbh or obanoe to be
A pretty female vornan,
Why love her all the more?you see
That's only anting human.
j m ^ ? ? ; ?-?
A dirty-looking man stopped in front
of a small boy Bitting on a fence, ex?
pecting to haye some fun by teasing
him. "How much do yon weigh?" ho
said to the boy. "Abont us maoh as
yon would if you were washed,*' was tbo
A Greon Bay woman, whoso hnsband
kioka her down stairs every second
night, says she likes to look over bis old
lettore, commencing with, "My dearest,
darling little angel, Minnie, heaven
alone knows the depth of my love for I
During tbo Khiva expedition the
Kassian s'o1dl?rsi weru' fed chiefly on!
biscuits composed one-third of rye floor,
one-third of 'powdered beef and one
third of sauerkraut. The soldiers liked
Ibis food, and their (good health is at?
tributed in great part to the use of it.
Com meal, heated and placed in bags,
is recommended as a substitute for hot
water bottles and such like appliances,,
for restoring warmth to the sick. It is [
said to weigh less, retain heat longer,
and does not chill when cold.
A desperate lover out in Indiana, hav?
ing, wooed in vain, thought he'd try
what virtue there might be in bullets;
but tbo gal wore corsets and he didn't
mska the slightest impression.
A girl hearing her mistress ask her
husband to bring "Dombey and Son"
with him when he came home to din?
ner, set two extra plates for the expect?
Aoaordlpg, tp the New, Haven Register,
?hero arc in Connecticut "very few
?burohos which would bo willing to ad?
mit negroes to membership on an
equality with the whites."
The man with two hearts lately died
in Scotland, after livir^ forty years,
and demonstrating to the satisfaction of
the poor that he bad no heart at' all.
. BOY ONIA THE
GENUINE FAIRBANKS SCALES,
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & GO.
STOCK SOALER. COAL SCALES. HAY
SCALED, DAlliY SCALES. COUNTER]
80 ALES. Ac, Ac. .
Scales Repaired Promptly and Hanson*
For sale, also, Troerniior'?? Coffee and Drug ]
Mills, Composition Boils, all hix.es Letter!
Presses, Ac, Ac.
THi: MOST PBIiFECT
ALARM CASH DRAWER!
Hiles Alarm *H? ^o.'s.
EVERY I^SO EVERY
Use Them ""^"n1 Warranted.
SOLD A i
Fairbanks' Scale Warehouses,
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
31t BROADWAY. NKW YORK,
ltiii baliinioro eireot, Baltimoro,
53 Camp street. Now Orleans.
FAIRBANKS Ai KWIKG,
Mitsouio MhII. Philadolphla.
FAIRBANKS, IIROWN Al CO.,
* 2 Mi It street; Boston.
For sale by leading Hardware Dealers.
Bapt 17 "? wc;i5
Medich.ted and Other Medicines.
HARBAOk'B celebrated wa?nut Candy,
Heinit?h'e Cough Confections,
Marshmo.low Drope, phre'and ireeh,
Carbolic Candy, for sor? throat,
Hoarhoand Candy, for colds.
Peppermint Drops, for tho digestion,
Coooa Oaramol, for the stomach.
Jim Crows, a pleasant dinner confection,
Jordan Almena*?, an after dinner nut to
Cream Chocolate, a tweet soothing thing,
All foreslo at
HBINITAH'ri Drug Rlore,
Deo27 1 Opposite- rtintN.x (?fllcc.
Baltimore & WilmiD g ton, N. 0.
J i % v,
Semi-Weekly Steamship Line,
Composed of tho hrat-elnEn Steamships
D. J. FOLEY.Capt. IX J. Piucr
REBECCA CLYDE.Capt. D. C. CniLua
LUCILLE.Capt. J. 8. Bennett
KALKIG H.Capt. J. 8. OUYER
WILL hereafter pail from BALTIMORE
evorv TUESDAY and FKIDAY. and
from "WILMINGTON every WEDNESDAY
Connecting at Wilmington, N. C, with the,
Wilmington, Co'umbia aud Augnata Bail-1
road, giving Throngh BUN of Lading to and!
from all poiuta in North and South Carolina, I
Georgia and Alabama.
Connooting at Columbia, 8. C, with tho j
Greenville and Columbia Railroad and Char-i
lotto diviaion of tho Charlotte, Columbia ami
Connooting at Augusta, Gr. , with Georgia,
Macon and Augusta and Central Itailroada.
StoamcrB of tbis lino, on arrival in Wil?
mington, atop at Railroad Depot, and the
Railroad Frtight, being stowed separately in
Htoamor, is tranaforr'd, under covered sheds,
diroct to Cars, without dolay, aud forwarded
by tho fast Freight Express that evening.
No drayage in Wilmington, and no transfer
from Wilmington South. Ilatos guaranteed;
as low as by any other ronte, and all loaactj
or over-charges promptly paid.
Mark all Goods via Steamship to Wilming-i
ton, and forward Bills of Lading to Railroad
Agent, Wilmington, N. O.
For further information, apply to either ol
undersigned AgentB of the hno.
ANDREWS & CO., Agents B. & W. Steam?
ship Line, No. 73 Smith's Wharf, Baltimore
A.D. OAZAUX, Agent B. Sc W. Steamship
Lino, Wilmington, N. O.
A. FOPE, General Freight Agont,
F. W. OLABK, Ass't Gen. Freight Ag't,
Wilmington,N. C. .
H. M. GOTTINGHAM, General Wcetern|
Agent, Atlanta. Ga- _Nor 22 3mos
Columbia Music Store
LyBrand & Son
TAKE ploaauroiu calling tho attention nl
the publio to an examination of thoii
STOCK of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con- j
aiating of Pianos, Chnrchand Farlor Organa.'
Molodeona, Violins, Guitars, BanjoB, Flutes,:
Aocordeons. BraBS and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kinds. Also, Sheet Music and i
Instruction Books for every class of Musical
Instrumonts on band at all times. We arc.
Sole AgontB for tho Stato of South Carolina
of Estey & Co.'a COTTAGE ORGANS. Sheet
Musio sent by mail, post paid, on receipt ol
price; and all kinds of Musical Goode sent by,
EzpresB, when ordered,to any pnrt of the
Btate, marked O. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for sale cheap, for canh !
Pianos, Organs and. Molodeona Tuned and
Repaired in a satisfactory manner: and will,
givo oBpeoial attention to Packing, Removing.
and Shipping Pianos for other parties to any ?
point desired, atmoderatepiices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis-1
faction guaranteed to those favoring ub with
their patroDagr. Bend for our oatalogneot
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Ri-j
e.hardson street, a fow doors above Phoenix
ogee. Columbia. 8. O._Nov7
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANE,!
Present Capital, . . . $150.000
Autliorized Capital, . . . $500,000
JOHN B. PALMER, President.
A. G. BREN1ZER, Caahier.
G. N. G. BUTT. Aaaiataut Caehier.
rpniS BANK now occupica ita magnificent
X three-atory aud Mansard Roof building,
on tho corner Plain and Richardson atrceta.
A gouoral Banking business ti anaactcd. Cer?
tificates of Deposit, bearing Interest at the
ratb of Seven per cent, per annum, issued.
Notoa, Bills of Exchange und other evidences
of debt aiacountcd, and monev loaned on col?
laterals. Stocks, Bonds, Gold", Silver bought
and eold. Drafts on all the prominent chit*
in tho United State.? bought and sold.
DmBCToits?Jas. F. Black, johuB. Palmer,
F. W. McMaster, R. D. Benin, (of R. D. Senn A
Son,) G. W. Bourdon, (of Copoland & Near
den,) R. L. Bryan, W. C. Swank Id, (or It. A
W. C. 8waffield,)W. B. Stanley, J.O.Secgora;
Samuel MuGowan, Abbeville; James H. Rh u.
Winnaboro. Fcb 8
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of SI and Upwards Received.
? NTER EST ALLOWED AT THE HATE
??/'? SEVEN PEE VENT. PER A \NVM\
ON CERTIFICATES OF Dr.)'OS IT,'
AND SIX PER CENT. OOMPOUNDEl
EVERY SIN MONTHS ON ACCOUNTS
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer, Vice* President.
A. G. Brenister, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, in general charge.
John C. B. Smith, Antintaut Cuchicr.
Watio Hampton, William Marti?, John '.'>
Palmer, A. C. Haakel), Y. W. McMaster, E.
II. Heinitah.T. E. Gregg, Columbia.
G. T.Scott, W. G. Mavca, Newbtrry.
B. H. Rutledge, Daiiicl Ravonel, Jr., Char*
MECHANICS, Lahornra. Glerka, Widova.
Orphans and others may bore deposit
their savings and draw a liberal rate of iutor
.?at thereon. Plant era. Professional Men and
Truatrca wial ing to draw feitoreat on ttttdi
funrla until they require them lor btisiuet-a oi
olher purpoeof, Parent? desiring to Bet apart
small aums for children, and Married Women
and Minore (?Lote dopoaitncuii only he with
drawn bj' thcnisolvcs, or, in cnae of death, bj
their legal roproneidaMvea,) wishing, to lay
aaido funda for future uao, are here afforded
an opportunity of dnpoaitinK their means
where tboy will rapidly accnmulate. and, at
the same time, bo subject to withdrawal
when needed. Aug 18
Office City Treasurer,
COLUMBIA,8. C, DfcOEiinKB 27, 1873.
THE oity of Columbia will, on tho 15th. of
January, 1874, commence paying the
PAST DUE COUPONS of bor Bonris. Tboy
will be paid at the Carolina National Bank;
also at tbo South Carolina Bank and Truat
i Company's Bank, in tbis cltv.
OHAS. HARN UM, City Treasurer.
I71REBH New Hutled BUCKWHEAT, for
] aale by_L?RICK A LOWBANCE.
Soccers' Beer is Pure.
ITdon'L?ontairi Cocolua Indien?, Fish B< r
rioo, to make one filet ny or hocdachv.
THE undersigned, having found the cash
bualnoae in their Grocerj Department a
complete success, have dotermicefl to oondnot
the a ardware Dtp art men t 'on a tlriitly oath
basis olso. They havo. thoreioro, greatly re?
duced tho prices for all heavy goods in this
lir.o, embracing IRON, " KAILS, STEEL,
SPRINGS, AXLES and CARRIAGE MATE
! til ALB, being convinced that a quick penny
ita better than a ?low shilling.
JtW Purchasers will save money by ex
lamining our stock and prices beforo pur?
chasing. Terms cash btfore delivery.
Jau G J?RN AGNEW A 80N.
Upright Steam Engine for Sale.
EIGHT-HOItbE POWER, in perfect order,
with Bmokc-slack, tha fling and a quan?
tity of belting. For particulars, apply at
PUQ7.MX Office. Ootso_
A Marvelous Medicine
FOR tho Liver, Stomaoh and Bowels.
Heinitsh's BLOOD PURIFYING LIVER
PILLS. Cures Liver Complaint, Headache,
Stomach Disorders, Indigestion and Conuti>
nation. For sale only at
Not5+ H ^INITSH'SJDHUG STORE.
Bonds, Stocks, Sc.
IBUY and BELL on COMMISSION and
my own acoount, at current rates:
BONDS and BTOCKB or RAILROADS,
Bonds and Stocks of States and United
States, Bonds aud Stocks of Cities and other
3orporatioea, Bank Notes, Coupons, Gold
and Silver Coin, and approved Claims against
Lhe United Slates. Stato and Connty.
D. G AMP BILL, Broker. Main atreat,
Aur 10 tCmo 2d door 8outh Wheeler House,,__
A MEDICINE WORTH HAVING.
IIEIIVITSH'S Q.IJIClews DELIGHT,
FOR 8ick Hcadacbo, Bilious Attacks, Con?
stipation, Soar Stomach, Dyspepsia, In?
digestion, Scrofula. Jaundice. Pain in the
Back, Nonralgia, Dropsy, Skin Diseases,
Lous of Appotito, Depression of Spirits,
Heartburn', Rheumatism, Norvoueneee, Me?
lancholy, Bilious Fever, Coztivcness.
Ask for Heinitfh's Queen's Delight; none
other is genuine. For sale at
Dec l?t E. H. HEINITSH'B Drug Store,
Stanley's Cough Syrnp
CURES all kinds of Coughs, Hoarecncse,
Bronchitis, incipient Consumption. Try
it; don't delay; a Cough gets wor.se with
Bvery day'n neglect. For sale at
Nov 5 t HEINITSB'S DRUG STORE.
THE WILMINGTON STAB.
ESTABLISHED ONLY BIX YEA BS!
HAH tbo largest circulation of any Daily
Newspaper in tbo State, and a circula?
tion in'W.Jnifngtoii nearly twice as large as
that of any other paper. All the news of the
day will bo found in it, condensed, when un?
important, at length when or moment, and
always prcsonted in a clear, intelligent and
BUBSCKirTIUN (IN ADVANCE:)
Ono Year.?7 00
8ix Months. 3 50
Three Months. 2 00
WEEKLY ST AII.
The WEEKLY STAK is now combined with
the CAROLINA FARMER, and is ono ol the
cheapest papers in the country, at the fol?
lowing REUOOKD llATKS:
Ono Copy, Ono Year.$1 50
Ono Copy,-Six Months. 1 to
Jta-OlubH of 5 to 10, One Year. $1 25 per
copy. Clubs of 10 or more, Ono Year, only
$1.00 per copy. Specimen Copies sent on ap?
WM. H. BERNARD,
Editor and Proprietor. Wilmington, N. C.
Wanted to Borrow,
ftfipr r\i"iri F0K ?Weh 6 fir8t mort
wp?F?V.J gape on valuable unencum?
bered city property will bo given. Address
X Y. Z., caro of Puoiitix Cilice. Tbo aaver
tieor meaus business. Dec 30_
I3URE MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY.
Also, a lot ot four vear old MALT CORN
WHISKEY. Warranted pure. .
Aug 13 JOHN C. SEEOERS.
AT low prices lor cash.
6,000 pounds BACON SIDES,
2.000 pounds now Sugar-curod Hams,
10 barrels Leaf Lard,
20boxe8 Goshen Cheese,
10 boxes Young America and Pine-apple
10 chosts choice new crop Teas,
100 barrels Family Flour.
'25 barrels Apples, Onions and Potatoes.
Dec ! _HOPE & OYLES.
PTi"V BARRELS A. Ex. C and C, for sale
t)U low for greenbacks.
Jan 3 HOPE & GYLES.
Will This Induce You to Part
THOSE Blue Eberdon OVER-COATS.formerly HO. now $30
Thoso Brown, Hoav v Beaver Over-Coats. " $35, " $27
Those Blue Castor Beaver Over-Coats. '* $33, " $25
Those Black Castor Boaver Over-Coats. " $'25, 11 $20
Thoso Bluo Chinchilla Over-Cuata. " $24, " ?18
Those Drab Chinchilla, Over-Coats. " $17, " $13
Thoso Bluo Cloth Capo Over Coata. " $33, *' $25
Those Brown Clotli Capo Over-Coats. " $30, *' $24
Thoso Black, Heavy Boaver Capo Over-Coats ..'. " $13, " $12
Those Mixed Chinchilla Cape Over-Coats. " $U*>, " $13
Shawls and Blankets at same sacrifice.
Imported Cheviot SHIRTS..,.rorioerly $4 75, now $3.00
Imported Dover Shirts. . . " $"> 00, " $3 00
Imitation Cheviot Shirts. " $3.00, " $2.60
Wo are offering similar bargains in other goods.
DeclGIS R? * VV. C. SWAFFlKIiO.
ROSE'S HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. O.
WM. ?. ROSE, Proprietor.
Another First Class Hotel in City?Fare $2.50 a Day, including Omnibus Ride
SITUATED NEAR THE CAPITOL, AND IN THE CENTIIE OF TnE BUSINESS PART
or the city. Rose's Omnibus will couvev passengers lo and from every Train. Tho
La Mcs' Apartments are complete, with private entrance on Assembly et root. The BILLIARD
and BATH ROOMS are all neu and superior to any in the city. 'April 5
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YOBK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANDF/iClUBIKG CITIES.
Ttirev Tiim g i4 Weeli from St w V?i It?TiirMln y ?. Tlmt mIh y?
mill saim (iuy?. /$, ??* u^nni stule Kmtin A?e?iiiimo?lull??n a
Sei Voyage 10 to 12 Honrs Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAli CA PA( I'l 4O.UU0 ItAI KS .HO.\rI It LI .
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting Roads West, in alliei ce with the llc< t. or-1liirt?'t-n tir*t t:l:i?ai Steam*-hipt
to tho above ports, invite attention lo the quirk tune und regtilai despatch afforded t<
the bushiest' public iu tho Collen Rate* at the 1 ORT OF CKARLJ S'J ON.? IVerit;^ faoihtii?
? >i'rail and *t u transportation for Freight ami Paust iigci* not excelhd in excellence and
capacity at any other pert. The lolloping eplt-?did Oc? an ?l? hin? is in< it gulaily no the line:
t o ? k w
.Jat-. Uorry, Coiuinaudur. |
V O Ii IC .
CHARLESTON...Jas. Uorry, Coiuinaudur. I CHAMIToN_B. W. T. .ckwood, CooiVr.
JAMES ADGER..T.J. Lock wood, CoriVdi-t. I MANHA'JTAN.iM S. Woodhull, Coni'er.
JAMES ADC.KII iV CO . Agent*, Charit-Mon, S. (3.
GEORGIA . S. Crowd!, Commai-.der. SOUTH CAROLINA . .'J. j, licckclt.Commander.
WM. A.CO?RTENAY, WAGNER, 11 t'CF.It A CO., Agt lit*, Charh sit ti, ? C.
T o i* ii i l a n K i. r Ii i a .
Iron Steamships ASHLAM)..Alex Ihint? r, Commander.
FQ/JaToR. .i'. ll.ncl.lt v, Commander.
Sailing Days FRIDAYS. WM. A. COUR'J l.nay, Agi lit, Char.'ttti :., S L.
?V O II A I, T i 111 ORB.
FALCON.llainie, Commander. STA (?ULI.Pulton. (Commander.
Sailing Days?Every Filth Bay. PAUL O. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charit ston.B. C.
T 4i is U S T O re .
St ? h MERCEDITA and VLA<? Nail every Raturr.itv.
JAMES ADGKJt a CO., Agents,Chailefton, S. C.
r.atesguarante.'d ae low as competing lines. Marine Insuraucc, < n< -ball ol one per cent
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AHD THROUGH TICKETS
Can bediad at principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama,Tennessee and Mif?issippi
Mate-llnnms may In nertired in advnnce, with* m extra charge, by addrcscing Agrntso
the SteamHliipH in Oh -1 li-Hop mi i? I mh ?flirr? n all eases the Kailroad Tickets ehould b<
exchanged and bei tin- a u n? ? l< ! i.roin I lb fci it- k > I) ii* ?< ulo include Transfers
|Mt-a!r antl Slate-Rtioui, >?bin uu ?loaid.
TUBS hOijTIl CA ItUiLiia A HA1LHOAI), OKORUUI It AI t. HO A O
And their connecting! linos, have larpely increan d theii facililii-i fi r the rapid movenicn
of Freight and Passengers between the Northern cilit* nne the South und West. Fitai
Class Eating Saloon at Branchville. tin the Georgia and Snuih Carolina Railroads, first
ielass Sleeping Cars.
1 Freight promptly transferred from ?teanii i Ibilaj and iiij.lit trail t-ni the South Oarolini
Railroad. Cloto connection made with ntb'i r ltoads. ilohvi? i e 1'iiipbif a! distant point*
j with great promptness. Tho managet h will nee i v< i j cx< Hit i< io ?Hi?fy 11 rii pain lit thai
? die lino v<a Charleston cannot boturpafttd in do) slrli r.nd tie nsfi delivi |j ol goods.
' For furthor information, apply lo T. J. Gr.lKKiN. Wi stein A pent, Atlanta.Ca ; R. D
IffaselL; C'^neial Agent. P. O. Box i 079; f flict 317 Broadway. N. Y.;P. B. Picken?,Genera
[Passenger and Ticket Agent. South Carolina Itailioad; t i .1 M.SriKtn; Supeiintendon
Great Southern Freight and Paeeenger Line. Chat let t< n. f. ('. an 30 i!y
?' Book', Job ?od Newspaper
STEAK PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
?iiii*,, ^ THE Proprietorof I
" tko PnazNixbas tho?
furnished his oOlee |
with latest improved
matcrialfor doing all
kinds of Printing.
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of MODERN STYLE and oarefullv selected.
The Presses are
of tbo MOST
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Professional Men, MeiehaDte and Manufac?
turers supplied with a n\ si vie of work.
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I Cards," Card
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: Paper, Ac.,
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ffith the LARGE AMOUNT OP MATERIAL
on hand, the stylo, quality*und cost oi
work cannot fail to give satisfaction.
Ordeir from abroad will receive in(jn_..
alteution, and work promptly forwarded
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This U tin only
the interior of
two, thteo and
C?U Rn.1 SHOW
ean he put lip in
Rlaok or Color
tbo State wliere
four sheet CIR
good stvie, plain
ens nl work
Prnpriel > i
T RAI NR rnn .anily,
? uectiDg wirb Night
Sundaya excapted, connectin
Trainb on ?ontb Carolina BaiTioad op and
down; with Trains going North and ?outhon
Charlotte, Goraubla aud Angneta and Wil?
mington .Columbia and Augusta Bt?rcads.
up* . ;;, ?
Leave Co Iura bin at.. 7.15 a. m
Leave Alaton....'..9.05 a. m
Leave Nc wkfirry.......... :10:40 a. m
Leave Cokesbnry. 2.00 p. m
Leavo Leiten,.8.C0 p. ni
Arrivoat Greenville.. v.'? 5.SO p.m
Leave Greenville at. t.7.80 a. m
Leave Beiton.ft 9.80 a. in 1
Leave CokeBbnry.11.16 a, in <
Leave Newberry..,.2 SO p. m <
LoavoAlston.4.20 p. m /
Arrive at Colombia. 6 00 p'. m
Anderton Branch and Slue Ridge Division
down. . r OP.
Loave Walhalla. 5.45 a. m. Arrive 7.15 p. in
Leavo Perrjvllle 6.25 a. ro. 6.85 p'. m
Leave Pcndleton 7.10 a. m. 5C0p.ni
Leave Anderson 8.10 a. m. 4.60p. m
Arrivo at Belton 9.00 a. m. Leave 8.60p. m
Accommodation Trains rnn on Abbeville
Branch Mondays. Wednesdays ana Fridays.
On Andcreon Branch .between Bolton and An?
derson. Tuesday s, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Jabez Norton. General Ticket Agent.
The bhort Line Schedule.
Chablottb, Columbia & Adotjbta B.B. Co.,
Columbia, 8. C. October 24; 187?.
f5S a* IMtsWWjH THE following Faeaen
laWIHSSBcrwy ger Schedule will heope
ratcd on and after SUNDAY, tho 26th bast.:
oomo north. Train No. 2. Train No. 4
Leavo Augusta.6.80 am 4.15pm
GrsniteviRe.?7 33 am 5.11pm
Bateaville.9 43 a m 17.22 p jn
Columbia..1158 am 9.87 pm
Chester.14?pm 2.88 am
Arrive Charlotte.t708 p m ?5.15 a m
No. .2 Train makes close connection, via
Richmond, to all pointb North, arriving at
I New York at 6.40 A. M-; also, tia Raleigh
and Old BsTl.ine, arriving at New York at
4 25P. M. No. f Tj i makes close connec?
tion, via Hic.hr. i ., to all points North,ar?
riving at New YsjiH at 4 25 P. M.
ooino south. Train No. 1. TraiuNo.?
Leave Charlotte....v.. .?7 00 a m 910 p m
Chester. 9 64am 1188 pm
Columbia.12.48 pm 8.40 am
Batesvillo. 4 67 p m 6 48 a m
Granite vi lie.4;7 15 p ed *7 48 a m
Arrive Augusta.8.05 pm 8.45 am
?Breakfast. JDinnor. iSupper.
South bound Trains connect at. AngUeta
for all noiuts South .and West. Through .
tick eta sold and boggago checked to all prin?
cipal points. *W sleeping care on all Night
Trains. JAB. ANDERbOM, General Snp*t.
A. Pope, Gen.,Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
South Carolina Railroad Coxparx,
Columbia, 8. 0., October 18.1873.
& to go into sffeei os
and after tiunday, 19tb instant: 1 i '
uah. and PAbSKMohb train.
Leave Columbia at.8.40 am
Arrive at Charleston at.4.20pm
Leave Charleston at. . . . .9.00 am
I 2 rrive at Columbia at......... 5 GO pro
I NIQUl EiFaZ86, F HEIGHT i?E AOaOUKOBATIOIl
tbain, [Sundays excepted.]
LeaveColumbia. .7.15 p m Arrive. .6.80 a na
Arrive Charleston 7.10 p m Leave.. 6 46 am
Oamden Train will rnn Monday,Wednesday
and Saturday, aa follows:
Leavo Colombia, at. ? 1-60 pm
Arrive at Oamden, at.-. 6 86 pm
Leave Camden at.6.60 am
Arrive at Columbia at...........11.60am
B. B. Pipkins. General Ticliet Agent.
Piedmont ADr-Line B airway.1
tt*M*PmtmBb CONDENSED TIME- '
ABLE. Richmond and
Danville, itiebmond and Danville R. W..N.
C. Division, and North Wietern N. 0. B.W.
GOING NOBTH. *
STATIONS. MAIL. expbkbs.
Leave Charlotte.7.19 P. M. 6.2G A. M
Leave Salisbury.9.50 P. M. 8.84 A. M
i Leave Greensboro,- 1.40 A. M. 1110 A. M
Leave Danville. 4 32 A. M. 1,52 P. M
Leave Burkville...9.44 A. M. 6:40 P. M
i Arrive at Richmond.. .12.45 P. M. 9.80 P.'M
Leave Richmond.2 SO P.M. 5.10 A. M
Leave Bnrkvillo. 5.34 P. M. 8 28 A. M
Leave Danville.I 10 41 P. M. 12.67 P. M
Loave Greensboro_'2.15 A M. 4.00P.'M
; Loave Salisbury. 4 67 A. M. 6.22 P. M
i Arrive at Charlotte.. 7 20 A.M. 8.30 A. M
1 Leave Greensboro_145 A.M. 11.10 A. M
I Leave Cor., pany Shops 3 30 A. M. Ar 12 20P.M
Leave Raleigh.? 8 05 A. M.
arriveaL Guldsboro.. .11 16 A. M.
! Leavo Goldtbbro.4 to P. M.
Leave Raleigh. 7 46 T. M.
LoaveCompan* Shops 12 05 A.M. 2 15 P. M
Arriveat Grtei-hnjo. 1.30 A. M 3S0P.M
\<>? i h-\vi ?1* > ?i ?V . C lt. lt.. Salt in Hint Ii
Leave Greentboro 3 40 p m Ai live 10.80 a m
i Leavo Kor?er?ville 9 00 a ta Airive 5.10 a m
Mail train* daily, both wajn, over entire
lengthof road. Expr?Bt daily between Com
\ Shopeand Cbaiiotti',Sunda\Bexcepted
S. E.ALLEN, Gen.TicketAgout.
T. 31. R. T a i.aoi. Engineer and Gen Snp't.
Wilmicgton, Columbia and Augusta E
GENERAL PAfcSLNGER DEPART..
Columbia, s. c, Octobei 24 1S73.
?nt?fa??!S? ->h K f?Bo\ring Schedule
'i iflSle.'^Bf-fill ho operated on and
after Sunday,October S6:
notxo s'otnn. train so. 2. train no. 4
LeaveColumbia.11 40 am 0t'5pm
Eloreuce.: 1 40 p m 2.10 a m
Fluuiingtoi.18 .'.u p m 5 27am
M rivo Wilmington. 10 -15 j> ni *7.15 a m
No 2 Train makes closO cmricction. cm
! Richmond, to all points North, arriving New
I York C 10 A. M. No. 1 'train malts clo-e
I connection via old Buy Line hnd alao Rich
? mond, to all points North, arriving Niw YoiL
4 25 P.M
UOI.S'G FOtTTH. TRAIN NO. 1. t1iain no. f.
Leave Wilmington. 4 cOa tin to 10 p m
Fh mington.*?? 60 a m 7 45 p to.
Florence.10 4Qa ro 11 37 i> m
Arrive Columbia.13 it-n m 4 Cl> a m
Making e'et-f coiuucihL* at CohiuiMM for
all point- Nt.n.h und Wt*t. Ibrongh ticket*
sold ana bs^^ago obtdked to all principal
points. Pnliman palace ahcpeiaf li all nie.ht
trails. *oit akfVbt. iDini.tr. tSnf| er.
JAS. ANDERSON, General Snp't.
A. I'oi'K.Gen. 1'a-sn.ger and I ieket Agent.
SummerSohednle 8.& U.R. R.,
rJBMMlB BOWN TRAIN UP TRAIN
agKclSS?* Arrive. Leave Arrive.Leave
ypartaubnrg.. l!.80 7 ?0
RaiesviHe. v. 7.(3 7 15 6.47 GM
Pacolot. 7.28 7.F0 6.81 6.40
Jonesville. 8.01 8.10 6.tl 6.00
Uniocville... 8 43 9 (8 4.18 6.IS
Santue. 9 43 9 63 4.16 4.25
Fisb Dii~. 19.20 10.25 .i.4* a.i?
Sbelton. 10 40. 10.49 3.19 8.27
Lylea'Ford... 11.07 11.13 2.t7 8(3
Strothor. 1135 11.45 2.23 2.8C
Mston. 12 40 VSI
HOPE ft GYLES
A VP. for salf ?
500 buahels OATS,
?.O0O tiuvhels BRAN,
2 000 buabels 8HORr8.
Fresh Sanr Krant n? d Mlnoe M<at,
100 boxes Rni- inp. 50 balr-bnxes Raiefus,
25 nnaiter-t'oxes PaihinB,
50drums Smyrna Figs,
100 pounds Reedlesa Raislna,
500 Head? of Cabbree.