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Published Daily and Tri-Weekly,
Every Wednesday Morning,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Editor and Proprietor,
Office on Richardson St.. near Taylor,
49rlBB*PB02Klxis tho oldest Daily Panorin
South Carolina,has tholaboest ciucui.ation
in tho nppcr portion of tho stato, and has
been regularly issued siuee its incoption?
jW Book and Job Printing ol every de?
scription faithfully attended to.
Daily, six mouths, $4 CO; 'Pri-Weekly, 2 50;
Weekly, 1 50.
advertisements . ' -"-v.
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lines for first, and 50 cents each aab-equent
hisertion; not oxoeedingilvo lineB in length,
T5 cents. Long adverUffemcntB by the week,
month or year, at less rates. Marriages.
Funeral Invitations, Ac., $1.
E. H. Bates, union.
Julius Poppo, Anderson.
H. W.LfcwBon, Abbeville.
D. D. Moore, Rock Hill.
E. A.Scott, Newberry.
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etc., must be accompanied with the
cash. No exceptions con bo made.
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of nine printed lines for first insertion;
fifty cents each subsequent insertion;
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nished on application. Advertisements
inserted once a week, $1 eaoh insertion.
Marriages and funeral invitations, $1.
Notices in local column fifteen cents a
line, each insertion.
Mail Arrangements. ?t b e n or lb erii
mail opens G.80 A. M., 3 P. M.; closes
11 A. M., 6 P. M. Charleston opens 8
A. M., 5.30 P. M.; closes8 A. M., G P.
M. Western opens6 A. M., 12.30 P. M.;
closes G, 1.30 P. M. Greenville opens
6.45 P. M.; closes 6 A. M. Wilmington
opens 4 P. M.; closes 10.30 A. M. On
Sunday open from 2.30 to 3.30 P. M.
Transfer printing inks are invaluable
to railroad companies, banks, mer?
chants, manufacturers and others. Thoy
are enduring and ohangoless, and will
copy sharp and dear for an indefinite
period of time. Having just received a
fresh supply of inks, we are prepared to
execute orders at moderate prioes.
Persona indebted to the Fhcknix office
are earnestly requested to call and settle
at onoe. There is a large amount due?
the greater portion in small snms. The
indebtedness must bo liquidated, or we
shall be forced to resort to extreme mea?
The Phcenix is in receipt of a lot of
wedding envelopes, paper, etc., of the
latest Paris and New Xork styles, whioh
will be printed at reasonable rates.
Old type?superior to Babbit metal
for many purposes and much cheaper?
can be obtained in any quantity at the
TLv "uui.uA juu "into id complete in
every respeot, end carda, postors, pro?
grammes, bill-heads, etc., are turned
oat with alacrity.
Cash will be the rule at the Phoenix
South Carolina Monument Associa?
tion.?The monument proposed to be
erected by tbe women of South Caro?
lina, in memory oi their gallant dead in
the late Confederate war, has been de?
layed in its completion by want of the
necessary fundB. The cost of the monu?
ment will be $10,000; the first install?
ment of $5,000 has been already paid to
tbe distinguished architects, Muldoon &
Co,, of Ken tacky, who are proceeding
with the monument, which, when
finished, will be a noble and beautiful
tribute to our deceased soldiers. It is
requisite that $5,000 shall be raised by
Ootober next, to complete this sum of
$10,000. This can be easily obtained, if
each District will pledge itself to give
$200, and if every individual who ro
oeives one of these circulars will send
the small sum of $1. Let a treasurer
and collectors be appointed in every vil?
lage and city, and let tbe monoy collect?
ed by these local treasurers be promptly
forwarded to the General Treasurer,
Mrs. W. K. Bachman, ut Columbia. If
the ladies in these Districts will givo the
matter their earnest attention, wo are
convinced that they will soon seonre the
amount repuirod. Surely none will re?
fuse to aid in perpetuating the memory
of those who counted not their lives
dear tbat they might save tbo land tbey
loved so well; and though tbe cause
they di>d for be lost, all ie not lost, so
long as their grand epitaph, "They died
for their principles," whether engraven
cn marble or on tho tablets of our hearts,
shall contain for as and for future gene?
rations inspiration and hope.
Mrs. W. K. BaOHMAN,
Treasnrer S.?. Monument Assoc'u.
' Mrs. JOHN T. DARBY,
Board of Directors.?Tho officers of
tbe Association and Mrs. C. Macho, Mrs.
G. Howe, Mrs. O. Walker, M-s. John
McKenzie, Mis. John Bacon, Mrs. A.
Dargan, Mrs. C. Beck, Mrs. B. Levy,
Mrs. John Fisher, Mrs. W. H. Gibbes,
Miss LaBorde, Miss Wade, Mrs. S.
fl?&* Papers throughout the Slate will
Oblige by copying.
TO THE READING PUBLIC!
If you Want a Thorough Newspaper,
Daily and Tri-Wcekly; or
Issued every Wednesday,
IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Tbe Pikenix is tho oldest Daily Pnper
in tho State, and has been regularly
issued since March, 1805.
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCF,
By Telegraph and Mails, from nearly
nil parts of the World; together with
BesideB well selected Miscellaneous aud
Reading Matter, of interest to every?
body, will be found in theso publications.
Are carefully prepared, by competent
writers; while special attention is given
THE LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
Takeu as a whole, no bettek ok more
satisfactory isvestment can bo made,
than a subscription to one or the other
of these publications. They nro Con?
servative in politics, und are devoted to
the best interests of the State The
following are the
TERMS FOR SIX MONTHS.
Daily Phcenix.$4 00
Tri-Weekly. 2 50
Weekly Gleaner (48 column?).... 1 50
These papcrn were the first issued in
Columbia, in 18G5, after its partial de?
struction, and huvo been regularly pub?
lished ever since. They
Throughout tho middle aud npper Couu
ties of tho State, and nro excellent
MEDIUMS FOR ADVERTISING.
The Phoenix has a greater circulation
throngb tbe upper r?irt of South Caro?
lina than any other daily paper published
in the Stale. Merchants and others will
find its columns an admirable means of
communication with tho peoplo of the
entire up-country. Advertising rates are
reasonable and equable. Send adver?
tisements marked with the number of
insertions desired, and they will be
stopped upon the expiration of the time.
Office on Richardson (or Main) street,
between Taylor and Blnnding.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Have your Job Printing done Home
Style and Price are tlie Same.
Book and Job
Steam Printing Office
Is thoroughly supplied with POWER
PRESSES of t ho Latest Improvement;
TYPE of various grades and styles from
one foot to tbe fiftieth part of on inch
in size; BOBDEBS, CUTS; Black, Co?
lored and Transfer INKS; PAPER,
. The proprietor i* :i prnctienl printer,
and employs tbe most skilled men in tho
profession; all woik rxecnted at shortest
notice popsible, in the latet-t and best
siyles, nnd at. New York prices. CALL
and EXAMINE SPECIMENS of
1. 2, 3 and 1 Sheet Posters, Hand-bills
Programmes, Circulars. Bills of Fare,
PampbleiH, Briefs. Dodgers, Flyers,
Letter Hoik'*, Bill Heads, Checks,
Horse BiMm, Receipts, Labels,
Railroad Blnuk-, Legal Blanks,
Tags, Car?1n of all kinds and ?izes?
Wedding. Visitii i.'. Bnsiucss, Show.
JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor
Phoenix and Gleaner Establishment.
THE CELEBRATED FERTILIZERS
Corn, Cotton, Wheat and Tobacco,
PHOENIX-GU A.NO !
A Natural Bird Guano, from TL<unix Island,
wiLcox, &ib k ki wmm huh
THE8E celebrated FERTILIZES are too. favorably kuewn by tho planters of this,
State to requiro oommantf TlioFO who hTivo used thorn KtFeYw how to ?appreciate their
value: those who hnvo not as yet, will find, on fair trial, that their Jihoral ueo wdl nay en
present crop?, besides beiug of future benefit to their laud*.
For further inroimaticu, apply to SEIUELS .V L'/KLL, Agents.
JanlGtMayl Columbia, S. C.
ROSE'S HOTEl/COLUMBIA, S. O.
WM. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
Another First Class Hotel in City?Fare S2.60 a Day, including CmnibusRide
SITUATED NEABTDE CAPITOL. AND IN TBE CENTRE OP THE BUSINESS PART
of the city. Rose's Omnibns will convey passengers to p.nd from every Train. Tho
Ladies' Apartments are complete, with private outrauce on Assomblystreel. The BILLIARD
and BATH ROOMS are all new and buperior to any in the city. April 5
BUT SOWIE! HUER HI HSSl f HIB!
charleston, s. c.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW WIK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACaUKIKG CITIES.
Tlircc Times a Week from Xtw Yoi It? TucnlayH.Thurulo ya
unit Snturdnya. s^-Klcninii Mud Kouin Accommodations
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hours Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL. CAPACITY, 40,000 BALKS MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting Roads West, in alliance with the fleet of thirteen first claes Steamshipe
to the above ports, invite attention to the quick time and regular debpatch afforded to
tho business public in the Cot tun States at tho PORT OF CHARLES'! ON, offering facilities
of rail and sea transportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in excellence and
capacity at any other port. The following splendid Ocean Steamers arc regular)] on the line:
TO NEW YORK.
CHARLESTON...Jas. Berry, Commander. I CHAMPION... .B. W. Lockwood, Com'er.
JAMES ADGER..T. J. Lockwood,Coni'der. | MANHATTAN.. M. 8. Woodboll. Com'er.
JAMES ADOER A-. CO., Agents, Charleston, S. C.
GEORGIA. .8. Crowell, Commander. SOUTH CAROLINA..T. J. Beckett.Commander.
WM. A.COURTENAY, WAGNER, H?GER A CO., Agents, Charleston, S. C.
TO F U I Ii A D Uli 1' II I A .
Iron Steamships ASHLAND.Alex. Hunter, Commander.
EQUATOR.<5. Hinckley, Commander.
Sailing Days?FRIDAYS. \YM. A. COURTLNAY, Agent, Charleston,8. C.
TO RA LTIHOIl E.
FALCON.Hainic, Commander. SEA GULL.Button, Commander.
Sailing Days?Every Fifth Bay. PAUL O. TEEN HOLM. Agent, CharUston.S. C.
Steamships MERCEDITA and FLAG. Hail every Saturday.
JAMES AUGER & CO., Agents, Charleston, S. C.
Late? guaranteed as low as computing lines. Marine Insurance, one-ball ol one percent.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AKD THROUGH TICKETS
Canhi*_h?ri p?-5**":~-! V.i.i.1_? ^,"'..?n in Georgia, Alabama,Tenucssce and Mississippi.
State-Rooms may be secured in MiVaiice, witheni extra charge, by addressing Airrntsof
the Steamships in Charleston, at whose officer*, in all cases, tho Railroad Tickets should be
exchanged and Berths assipned. 'lbe Through Tickets by this mute include Transfers,
Meals and'State-Room, while on shiji-boareL
THE SOUTH CAUOLIKA RAILROAD, GEORGIA RAILROAD
And their connecting lines, have large ly increased their facilities for the rnpid movement
of Freight and Passengers between the Northern cities, and the South and West. Fitst
Clase Eating Saloon at BrancLvillo. On the Georgia and South Carolina Railroads, first
class Sleeping Care.
Freight promptly transferred from steemei to Jay and night train* of the South Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made with other Roads,delivering l"i? ;i l.ts at e isti i.t points
with great promptness. Tho mamge'x will neu eveiy exert it n io satisfy tl t;; piitruiit that
tho lino tin Charleston cannot he eurpitste d in despatch end the- s?f? lU'livt ij e.i goods.
For further information, apply to T. J. Gun kin. Western Agent, Atlanta, Ga.; D. D.
Ha sell. General Agent, P. O. Box 4,1)70; C fiice 317 Bros d way. N; Y.;S. B. PlCKl sss, Genera.
Passenger aud Ticket Agent. South Carolins Railroad; Ol J M. Si i i;uti;,Superintendent
Orcat Sonthorn Freight and Passenger Line, CharlcBte.n, C. an 30 ily
THE WILMINGTON STAR.
ESTABLISHED ON BY SIX YEARS!
HAS the largest circulation of my Daily
Newspaper in Use State, ami a circula?
tion in Wilmington urarly twice an largo as
that of anj other paper. All the news of the
day will he found in it, condensed when nn-'
important, at length when of moment, and
always presented in & clear, intelligent and
srnnouiiTioN (is advance:)
One Year.?7 001
Six Moutlia. 3 50]
Three Months. i 00
The WKEKLY NTAR is now comlir.t <1 with
the CAROLINA FARMER, and is one of the
cheapest papers in the country, el the fol?
lowing nEDCOED nATi'.s:
One Copy, One Year.fl ">o
One Copy, Six Monthn. 1 ? 0
j 09*Clubs of 5 to 10, One Year. $1 25 per
copy. Clubs of 10 or moro. One Year, only
111.00 per copy. Specimen Copies tent on an?
I plication. Address
\VM. H. BERNARD.
Editor and Proprietor, Wilmington. N. C.
a VERY high test OU, in Iho use of ?hielt
rv no aeoident is possible. Pure, inodor?
ous and the beat illuminator in tbc world.
0J-2?vcry Family Should t)nc. It.'?n
Can bo burned in the ordinary Kpro?ono
Lamps. Put up in Patent FAUCET NOZZLE
CANS, from which the Oil may bo drawn
without iOHt? of Oil or without HflinR tho Can,
I by tho DEVOE MANUFACTURING COM
[ PAN Y. New York. 1VI> C lino
Columbia Music Store
LyBrand & Son
rr*,AKL" pleasure in calling the attentionnl
jL tho puhlio to an examination of thbir
STOCK <>f MUSICAL MKHCUANDlSE.con
listing of I'ianoH, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodcons,Violins, Guitari-, l'anjos, Flutes,
Accordcons.Urses and Silver Hand Instru
monts of all Linde. Ajso, fc hc< t Music and
luHtructi<>n Ro. Us fi?i < v< jv clatttof Musical!
Instruments, oh I :ti-.<i Nt all times. We nro
Solo Agents f> r the State of South Carolina
j of Eetey & Co.'s CO'I 'i AGE ORGANS. Sheet
j Mtis-ic ?Cut hy mail, ponl paid, on receipt of
price; and til kinds ol Musical Goods tent by
I Express, when ordered, to any part of tho
I Slate, marked G. O. '>. <u od Second-hand
j Pianos and Ordain f? r ;.r!r ch< ap.for cash.
Piauos, Organs and Molodcors Tuned and
! Repaired i i ft satisfactory manner: and will
igivpr>?vocift) at tent ion to Packing. Removing
and Shipping Pianos tor oth< i ptrtie* leany
point dnwircd, at mod eint? ptices.
AI I ordere prompt I> alt? nd< d to and satis*
' faction guarantee <i to there laTCiing up with
tlieirpXronrgc Send for our catalogue ol
' <hnri Vi:>.\c i>?-.d ?In>-je;il Merchandise. Ri
??I.iirtr I! -'l ^ct a fCW dOOl'S ^llOVC PlTOXKIX
i i>-huid>is 0. Nov7
AT low- jirk-r-* forcaeh.
n.000pounds UACON SIDES.
2 000 pounds ni?w Hugax-eured Iinm",
10 barrels I eaf Lard.
20 boxes Gotdic n Cripi ?????
10 boxer- Young America aiid rine&ppit
10 choets choice n< w crop T( as, -
100 harr? 1h Family Flour.
25 barrel? Apples* Onions and Potator?.
Dec 4 HOPE A* GYLES.
100 r.KLS. Kxtra Family FLOUR.
100 barrels low orloed. hut sound.
For nale bv HOPE k GYLES
Book, Job and Newspaper
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roughly fitted up anc
funnelled his office
with latest improvee
material for doing al
kinds of Printing.
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The Type, Border, Ornament?, Cute, A c.,ar<
of MODERN BTYLE and carefully selected
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iYiththo LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIA
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Order? from abroad will receive immedia
i attention, and work promptly forwarded.
This ih the only
tho intorior of
two, three and
CDS and SHOW
can hopnt npin
Rlack or Color
J. A. SELET.
the State whei
four ehest CI!
BILLS, <f c.,Ac
good stvle, pla:
ens of work.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
TRAIN B run daily,
SnodayB excepted, connecting with Night
Train* on South Carolina Bailrcadnp and
down; with Trains going North and South on
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta and 'Wil?
mington .Columbia and Augusta Railroads.
Leave Columbia at..TJJr-a. m
Leavo A la ton..-r^vTCfi a. m
Leave Nowberry.... t^i,i.-r.-fT.... .10.40 a. m
Leave Cokeuburv,-. .TfT.2.00 p. m'
Leave Bel ton.*....'.. 3.60 p. xu
Arrive at Greenville.5.SO p.m
jLeaVoGreenvlllc at.7.80 a. tn'
Leave Bclton.9.80 a. m
i Leave Cokesbury.11.16 a. m
? Leave Nowberry.2.80 p.m
Leavo Alston.4.20 p.m
'Arrive at Columbia. G00 p.m
I Anderson Branch and Blue Jiidnf Division
j down. cp. '
j Leave Walhalla. 5.45 a. m. Arrive 7.15 p. m
Leavo Forrxvillc 0.25 a. pa. 6.35 p. m
LeavePeudleton 7.10 a. m. 5 50 p. in
(Leavo Anderson 8.10 a. m. 4.50 p.m
I Arrive at Relton 9.00 a.m. Leave 3.60 p.m
Accommodation Trains run on Abbeville
; Branch Mondays, WcdneB?aj s ana Fridays.
On Anderson Branch,between Bclton and An
' derr.on, Tnesdavs, Thursdays and Saturdays.
THOMAS D OD AM E AD, Gen. Sup.
I Jabez NgBTogj General Ticket Agent.
The bhort Line Schedule.
\Charlotte, Columbia & Acooeta R.B.Co.,
Columbia, 8. C, February 22,1874.
?? ES CHE??ftN THE following Paseen
u?Of OWHimu 'Mi?ppr Schedule v,nl hoopc
lrated on and after this date:
going north. Train No. 2. Train No. 4
Leave Augusta.6.80 a m 4.15 pm
Granit,ivillo.*7 33 a m 5.11pm
I Batesvillo.9 43 a m 17 00 p m
Columbia.1168 am 9 87pm
Chester...14.24pm 2.28 am
Arrive Charlotte.16.46 p m *5.15 a m
No. 2 Train makes cIobu connection, via
itiebmond, to all points North, arriving at
New York C.05A.M. No.4 Train niakee close
connection via Richmond to all points North,
.arriving at New York at 5.16 P. M.
I uoinosoliu. Train No. 1. Train No. 8
' Leave Charlotte.*7.00am 910pm
; Chester. 9.54 am 1138pm
I Colombia.i2.16pm 3.40 am
?j Batesvillo.. - 4.57pm 5 43am
Graniteville.17.15 pm *7 48am
>;Arrivo Angusta.8.05 pm 8.45 am
'Breakfast. 1 Dinner. ISuppcr.
1 South bound Trains connect at August*
jfor all points South and West. Through
tickets sold and baggago checked to all prin?
cipal points. KW bleeping cars on all Night
Trains. JAS. ANDERSON, General Sup't.
A. Pcpk.Gcu. P&ssengcr and Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
South Carolina Railroad Comtanv ,
Columbia, S. C, October 18.1873*
/ to go into effect on
laud after Sunday, 19th instant:
kail and pah b ENG Ell train.
Arrive atCharleaton at. ,4.20ps
A rriveat Columbia at.5. CO pm
1 night EXmESS , fbeight and accommodation
tbain, [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia. .7.15 p m Arrive. .6.80 a SB
Arrive Charleston 7.10 pm Leave.. 6.45 t tt
I Camdon Train will run Monday .Wednesday
jand Saturday, as follows:
'LeaveColumbia at. 1.50pm
Arrive at Oamden at. 6.85 pro
Leavo Camden at.6.50am
Arrive at Columbia at.11.50 am
B. B. Picktns. General Ticket Agent.
Piedmont Air-Line Railway.
1 ABLE, Richmond and
Danville, Richmond and Danville It. W.,N.
C. Division, and North Western N. 0. B. W.
; STATIONB. VAIL. expbeb8.
Leavo Charlotte.7.10 P.M. 6.25 A. M
Leave Salisbury. 9.50 P.M. 8.34 A.M
Leave Greensboro,_1.40 A.M. 11 10 A. M
Leavo Danviilo. 4.32 A. M. 1.62 P. M
Leavo Burkvillo. 9.44 A.M. 6.40 P.M.
Arrive at Richmond .. .12.45 P. M. 9.S0P.M
i,< avo Richmond. 2.S0P.M. 5.10A.M
Leave Burkvillo. 5.34 P.M. 8 28 A. M
I Leave Danville.10 41 P. M. V. M
jjoayf. ?Jronrjufior^. . . 215"A M. 1.C0P. M
;Leave Salisbury.".4*67 A. M. 6.22 T.M
[Arrive at Charlotte.. . 7.20 A.M. 8.30 A.M
iLeave GrcODBboro_1.45 A.M. 11.10 A. M
Loavo Company Shops 8 30 A. M. Arl2.20P.M
Leave Raleigh. 8 05 A. M.t
Arrive at Goldtdtoro.. .11 f 5 A. M. .
? Leave GoldtLoro.4 tO P. M.
Leavo Raleigh. 7.45 T. M.
iLeaveCompanyShope 12.05 A.M. 2.15 P. M
Arrive at Greensboro. 1.30 A. M 3.80 P.M
;North-weatern N. C. It. ft..Salem Brncb
Leave Greensboro 3.40 p m Arrivo 10.80 a m
Leavo Keroersvillo 9.00 a m Ariive 5.10 a m
Mail trains daily, both vaje, over entire
lougthof road. Eipre.-e daily between Com.
pan} Shops and Charlotte,Sundayeoxceptcd
i 8. E.ALLEN, Gen. Ticket Agent,
j T. M. R. Talcot. Epgincerapd Gen.SnpM.
Wilmington, Co'.umbia and Augusta R
^ GENERAL PASSENGER DEPART.,
". CoLrMBJA, S. C, October 24 1673.
K3S ran VmSxm^ THE following Schedule
iflggjBgg.gMC will be operated on and
.after Sunday,October 2C:
ooino noivth. tbain no. 2. tbain no. 4
Leave Colombia.11.40 am 8.45 pm
' Florence.14 40 pm 2.10 am
Flemington.18E0pni 5 27am
?Arrive Wilmington.10.45 pm *7.15am
No. 2 Train makes close connection, via
ltickmond, to all points North, arriving New
I York G.40 A. M. No. 4 Train makes close con?
nection, via old Bay Line and Richmond, to
all pointa North, an iving New York 4 25P.H
ooino fonn. tbain no. 1. tbain no. 3
Leave Wilmington.4.60am 16.10pm
t Flcmisgtou.*6 60 a m 7 45pm
i Florence.10.40 am 11.37 psa
Arrive Columbia.33.16 V m 4 00 a m
Making close cnnn< ctione at Columbia for
? all points South and Vef-t. Through tickets
cold ana baggago checked to all principal
points. Pullman palate slcepeison all nigLt
traits. *P.rtftkfaet. ;Dinner. ISupper.
JAtf. ANDERE ON, General Sup't.
A. Porn, Gen. Pas sent er and Ticket Agent.
Summer Schedule 8. & U. R. R.,
DOWN T BAIN UP TRAIN
Spartanburg.. d.30 7 f?
iiat?svillc. 7.(3 7 15 6.47 6.56
Pgcolet. 7.23 7.?0 6.S1 6.40
iJoncsvitle. 8.01 8.10 ?.M 6.00
If'Unionvillo. 8 43 0.T8 4.?8 &.18
iSantue. 9.48 9 C3 4.16 4.2S
iFish Darn..;.. 10.20 10.25 3.44 S.fO
iShclton. 10 40 10.49 8.19 3.27
il.ylea'Ford... 11.07 11.13 2.f-7 fH3
,Strother. 11 35 il.45 2.8tJ 2.ST
Alston. 12.40_ ?-8f
; " HOPE & G7LE5
HAVE for sale?
500 bushels OATS,
l 2.000 bushelB BRAN,
2.000 bushels SHORTS.
Fresh Sanr Krant and Mince Meal,
100 boxes RaUina, CO half-boxes Raieins,
25 quarter-boxes Raisins,
in j SO drums Smyrna Figs,
re. Dedicated Cocoanut,
?* 100 pounds Seedless Raisins,
?.i _5P0_Hcads oJf_Cj*bhr ge._ _
[<j! Tnorburn's Garden Seeds
AND ONION SETS, warranted frosh, for
sale by HOPE ft OYLES.