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THE PHOENIX,'
Published Dally und Tri-Weekly,
rm GLEANER,
Every Wednesday Morning,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Editor and Proprietor, j
Office on Richardson St.. near Taylor.
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43-The PncKNixia theoldoBt Daily Paporin
South Carolina,bae tholaboebtcibcolation
in tho upper pirtion of the State, and has '<
been regularly issued biuce itB incoption?
March 21,18C5.
MfM" Book and Job Printing ol evoryde?
scription faithfully attended to.
BCBSCRirilOX.
Daily, six months, $1 00; Tri-Weokly,2?0;
Weekly, 1 50.
AOVKItTIHEMENTS
Inserted in the Daily at $1 per Bquaro of nine
lines for iiret, and 50 ooritw oach subsequent
insortion; not exceeding five lines inlength,
75 cents. Long advertisements by tho week,
month or year, at Iosb rated. Alarriagus.
Funeral Invitations, Ac, $1.
?OXXTS.
E. H. Bates, Union.
Julius Poppo, Anderson.
n. W.Lawson, Abbevillo.
Robert 1 rjco, Spartanbuig.
D. D. Mooro, Itock Hill.
J. A. Qrigeby, liidgoway.
E. A. Scott, Newberry. _
United Sxates Court.?The petition
of Dorrill A. Bower, for voluntary bank?
ruptcy, was referred to Registrar Car?
penter. A final hearing of tho petition
for final discharge of Robert L. Heriot
waa ordered for tho 2lst of March.
John and Henry Hanberry received final
discharge in bankruptcy. W. M. Hun?
ter, assignee, was authorized to sell
property. Leon Weit it Co., petition?
ers for involuntary hnukraptcy, were
ordered to show causo why they should
not be deolarcd bankrupts, and tbo mar?
shal was ordered to tako possetsion of
the property nntil further order of the.
court. -The Judge ordered that W, L.
T. Prince, assigueo, he allowed to soil
property not bonnd by special liens.
The following jurors wero drawn and
summoned to appear on tho first Mon?
day in May:
Grand Jury?Donald Mathieson, E.
W. Mikell, E. R. B. Kelly, C. J. Fuller,
Charles Minort, M. Douglas, Jr., D. J.
Winn, Jr., W. J. Andrews, A. W.
Lyons, Prank Lynoh, Poter B..Glass,
Thomas J. Coghton, Joseph Glooso, J.
E. Follin, S. J. Minton, Samuel Reid,
W. B. Andereon, B. Baker, Robert A.
Sissons.
Petit Jurors?C. C. Righiar, J. D.
Hill, R. R. Player, F. Bonnean, Joseph
P. Howard, F. L. Green, 8. M. Currie,
John Jefferson, Peter Thomas, R. Mon?
roe, Edward Gilbert, P. S. Attles, Mon?
day Nelson, Peter Smalls, A. L. Prince,
D. W. Josey, P. B. Brown, James P.
Lowe, P. A. Brock, Sidney Blaokeney,
O. P. Nelson, Edwin F. Gary, L. T. Le?
vin, A. W. Curtis, Charles Hampton, D.
D. Utaey, James G. White, Charles
Williamson, C. J. Carroll, B. O. Adams.
FataIi Aooident.?Mr. Nathauiel
Fields, of Charleston, met with a fatal
accident on Brown's wharf, on Tues?
day, while attending to hie duties at the
steamship Ashland. A hogshead of ba?
con rolled suddenly from the vessel
aaross the dock, knocking him down
and partly passing over his body. His
left leg was broken, and' ho was other?
wise so badly injured that he died that
evening.
FitAA? T.?lz:. .-Tt?o Gorman Consul
at .Savannah, desires information oi in .
whereabouts of Franz Remml, who, in
October, 1871, resided somewhero be?
tween Hamburg and Columbia, S. C.
Ho is now about fifty-one years old.
It is now said that odorous flowers uct
as powerful disinfectants in sick rooms,
by reason of the ozone which they emit.
Sotjtu Carolina Monument Associa?
tion.?Tbo monument proposed to be
erected by the womon of South Caro?
lina, in memory of their gallant dead in
the laic Coufederato war, has been do
luyed in its completion by want of the
necessary funds. The cost of tho monu?
ment will be $10,000; tho first install?
ment of ?5,000 has beeii, already paid to
tho distinguished architects, Muldoon ?fc
Op., of Kentucky, who arc proceeding
with tho monument, which, when
finished, will be a noble and beautiful
tribute to our deceased soldiers. It is
requisite that $5,000 shall bo raised by
Ootober next, to complete this sum of
$10,000. This can ho easily obtained, if
each District will pledge itself to give
8200, and if every individual who re?
ceives one of Uh m circulars, will send
the t-mall sum of SI. Let a treasurer
und collectors bo appointed in every vil?
lage and city, and let the money collect?
ed by these local treasurers be promptly
forwarded to the General Treasurer,
Mrs. W. K. Bacbmac, at Columbia. If
the ladies in these Distriots will give the
matter their earnest attention, we aro
convinced that they will f.oon secure the
amount repuired. Sarely none will re?
fuse to aid iu perpetuating the memory
of those who conntcd not their lives
dear that they might eavo the land they
Uved so well; and though tho cause
thoy died for be lost, all is not lost, so
long as their grand epitaph, "They died
for their principles," whether engraven
fin marble or on tho tablets of our hearts,
shall contain for us and for future gene?
rations inspiration and hope.
Mrs. W. 11. BACIIMAN,
Treasurer S. ?. Monument Assoo'n.
Mrs. JOHN T. DARBY,
Corresponding Secretary.
Miss MARTIN,
Recording Secretary.
Board of Directors.?The officers of
the Association and Mrs. C. Mactie, Mrs.
G. Howe, Mrs. O. Walker, M's. John
McKenzie, Mis. John Bacon, Mrs. A.
Dargan, Mrs. O. Beck, Mrs. B Levy,
Mr?. John Fisher, Mrs. W. H. Gibbee,
Mi?s LuBordo, Miss Wndo, Mrs. S.
Beard.
Jfesir- Papers throughout the Slate will
obbgo by copying.
TO THE READING PUBLIC I
If you Want a Thorough. Newspaper,
subscribe fou
the phoenix,
Daily and Tri-Weekly; or
Issued every Wednesday,
IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
The Phoenix iB tho ohleet Daily Paper
in the State, and has been regularly j
issued Biuce March, 18G5.
THE LATEST INTELLIGEN OF,
By Tclcgrnph and Mails, from netivly j
nil parts of tho World; together with
fnll
MARKET REPORTS;
Besides well eelected Miscellaneous and
Reading Matte?, of internst to every?
body, will be found in the?e publication*.
THE EDITORIALS
Are carofnlly prepared, by eompotent
writers; while special utteutiou ih given
THE LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
Taken as a whole, no uetteu or. moke
satisfactory, investment can bo made,
than a subscription to one or the other
of theso publications. They aro Con?
servative in politics, und nro devoted to
tho best interests of tho State. The
following are tho
TERMS TOR SIX MONTHS.
Daily Pihenix.?4 UJ
Tri-Weekly. 2 50
Weekly Glkanek (4.8 columns).... 1 DU
These pupers were the first issued in
Columbia, in 18G5, after its partial de?
struction, and have been regularly pub?
lished ever since. They
CIRCULATE EXTENSIVELY
Throaghout the middle and upper Coun?
ties of the State, und are excellent
MEDIUMS FOR ADVERTISING.
Tho Phcenix has a greater circulation
through tho upper part 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 pcoplo 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 npon the expirution of the time.
Office on Richardson (or Main) street,
between Taylor and Blanding.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Have your Job Printing done Home
especially when
Stylo and Price are the Same.
theYhoenix
Book and Job
Steam Printing Office
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$?i?MwM& ft
m
la thoroughly supplied with LOWER
PRESSES of the Latest Improvement;
TYPE of v&rioos prudes and styles from
one foot io the fiftieth part of un inch '
in eize; BORDERS, CUTS; Black, Co
Jored and Transfer INKS; PAPER,
CARDS, &o.
Tho proprietor is a praclical pi inter,
and employa tho most tkilled men in the
profession; all woik executed at shortest
notice possible, in the latest and best
eiyles, and ut N??w York prices. CALL
and EXAMINE SPECIMENS of
1. 2, 3 and 4 Sheet Pontern, Hand bill
Programmen, Circnlm?, Bills of Fare,
Pamphlets, Briffs. Dodgers. Flyei?,
Letter Ueods, J'.i 11 Heads, Checks,
Horse Bills, Receipts, Lnbelp,
Railroad Blanks. Legid Blnnk?,
Tapn, Cards of nil kinds und sizes?
Wedding. Visiting, Business, Show.
JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor
j Pno??;ix and Gleanu. E*tttblishmcnt.
THE CELEBRATED FERTILIZERS
FOR
Corn. Cotton, Wheat and Tobacco,
PHOENIX~GUA.NO !
A Natural Bird Guano,from Fhecnix Ibiaud,
WILCliX, UBS & EC'S JAMIMTB1) GUANOf
THESE celebrated FERTILISERb aru tob favorably known by the planUrs of thia
Statoto require comment. Theo wbo Luve used them know Low to appreciate their
value; thono who have not ae yet, will God, ??n fair trial, that their liberal uao will pay on
present crope, besides being of fn urt benefit to their Inr\fl?
For farther information, apply to SEI 15els ? ez ELL, Agents
Jnn ig t May 1
Columbia, S. C.
HOSE'S HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. O.
WM. E. ROSE. Proprietor.
Another First Class Hotel in City?Faro S2.50 a Bay, including- CranibusRide
SITUATED NEAR THE CAPITOL. AND IN THE CENTRE OF TUE BUSINESS PART
of the city. Roeo'a Omnibus will convcv pastengcra to and from every Train. The
Lalieu'Apartmoute are complete, with private on trance/in Ae?ou:b!yi,treot. The BILLIARD
and BATH ROOSTS are all new and superior to any in the city. Aprils
ATSOIITBEPJ OEICHTilKE FMSEPEH?
VIA
CHARLESTON. S. G.,
TO AND FP.02I
BALTIMORE, PB1LADELPBU, SEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MAHTJFACIUBIEG CITIES.
'< itri-c Tiini k n Week from St w Yoi k? Tnckd*yB,Tltu<*cdaya
anil Siiiutday*. ft^-Kli ^nnt Mule l.ouni Acconimcduttoti*
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hours Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL, CAPACITY, 40,000 BALES JUON'IIIL.Y.
The South Carolina Hailroad Company,
AND connecting Roads Weet, in alliance with the fleet of thirteen Gret clat-s Steamships
to the above ports, invite attention to the quick time and regular despatch aflovdeel to
the business public in the Cotton States at the PORT ?F CI1 ARLESTON, ofle rinn facilities
of rail and sea transportation for Freight and Pasecngcis not excelled in excellence and
capacity at any other port. The following dpi en Cid Ocean Steamers are regulailj on. the line:
TO X E XV YORK.
CIJARLESTON.. .Jas. Bcrrv, Ccmniacder. I CHAMPION... .B. W. Lockwood, Com'cr.
JAMES ADGER..T. J. Lockwood, Com'der. 1 MANHATTAN..M. B. Woodhull, Com'er.
JAMES ADGER ft CO., Agt-i.tx, Chariotou, 8. C.
GEORGIA. .8. Crowell, Commander. SOUTH CAROLINA. .'J . J. Reekett.Commander.
WM. A. COTJRTENAY, WAGNER, HUG ER ft CO., Agent?., Cbailtbtcn, S. C.
TO PHILADELPHIA.
Iron Steamships ASHLAND.Alex Hunter, Commander.
EQ JATOR.C.Hinckley, Commander.
Sailing Days?FRIDAYS. VYM. A. CO?RTLNAY, Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
TO U A LTI II O It E.
FALCON.Ilaiilic, Commander. 8FA GULTi.Dntton. Commaiult-r.
Sailiug Days?Every Filth Day. PAUL C. THEN HOLM, Age at, Chai l*?-tou, 8. C.
TO 1! o s t o s .
steamships MERCEDITA and FL AO. 8ail everv Saturday.
JAMES ADGER ft CO.,Agents,Charitbton, s. C.
Late* guaranteed ae low as competing Hues. Marine Insurance, oi.c-liallol one; pel cent.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THBCJ?GH TICKETS
Gun bo had at nrincinal Railroad Ofllces iu Georgia, Alabama.Tennessee and Mississippi.
State-Ronnie may no secured in advauce, without ? xtra chatge, by addressing a^i nteol
the Steamships in Charles!on, r.t whose ofliee s, in all cates, the .'(abroad Tickelb fcbculri bo
exchanged and Berths asPiguc/. The Through Tie-kits by this route include Trahfcfcis,
Meals and 8' \te-Roora, while oil .-1 ip-K.aid.
TUE SOUTH C A 111)1.IN A UA Il.HOAll, GEORGIA ItAllROAI)
And their connecting linoi*, havelargely increased their fncilitie t for the rapid movement
? if Freight and Pubtengerf mm ween the Northern cinih and tbe South und Weht. First
Class Eating Saloon at Bruue hville. Cn'thc Georgia and South Carolina Railroads, Oral
ulaes.Slcepiug Cara.
Freight promptly transferred from tit mi ? i '? rtnj i: t! nighl Irn'i < ! ii < f-uuthCarolina
Railroad. Clomconnection niadowith oth?:i Reac's,delivei.'iig 1-l t.- at diMbiit points
with f;reat prompt nets. The manage't 1:1 e i VflJ esertii i to FRtit tj tl.i ;t j ..tu i.i that
the line via Charleston cannot boeurprpM d in despatch and \ht i-:<l< tliMvrij id good)-.
For lurther information, apply 11> T. J. Gi.ini.v, Wintern Agent, Atlanta, Ga ; lt. D.
H asel!.. General Agent, 1*. O. be n 4.$??(?; ( nie? ?17 P.io&dway. N. i . S. L. 1 :cki ns, Genera.
Passenger and Ticket Agent. South Carolina Railioi.ri; oi J. 11 SiLKiiii:,Supt-titttendont
Groat Suutbern Freight anel Pasecugei Charlcstrti, 8. C. nn:'0ily I
THE WILMIKGTON STAR.
ESTABLISHED ONLY SIX YE Mis:
DAILY STAK
HAH luelsfgrat circulation of any D;?ily
Newspaper in the Statt?, und a circula
tluti in Wilmington ueariy iwioons largo as
thntofanj other paper. All the utws of the
day will be found in it, condensed when tin?
important, at length when of moment, ami
always presented in a clear, intelligent and
interesting manner.
BODSciui'TiON (in AnvANcr.:)
One Year. t7 00
Six Months. 3 ?0
Throe Mouths.?. 2 00 ]
WKKKLY STAK.
FUIOE DEDUCED.
The WEEKLY HTA 11 is now combined with
the CAROLINA FARMER, and is one of the
cheapest papers in the- oonDtry, at the fol?
lowing BKDDOED UAT?h:
One Copy, Ono War.fl r,0
Ono Copy, Six Months. 1 fcO
?r?lubs of 3 to 10, Ono War. %\ 20 per
copy. Clubs of 10 or more, One Year, only
f 1 .00 per copy. Specimen Copies sent on ap?
plication. Addrce?
WM. H. BERNARD.
Editor and Proprietor, Wilmington, N. C.
LOCAL
BRILLIANT OIL.
I A VERY Inch te-Jt Oil, in the uee ot which
I iX ?cohhuit is possible, rare, inodor?
ous and the best illuminator in the world.
?f-Kvcry Kumlly Should t'no re.'?ft
C'rh bu burned in the ordinary Kerosene
! Lamps. Put up In Patent FAUCET NOZZLE
I (3ANS, from which tho Oil may bo drawn
i without Iohs ofCil or w ithout lifting the Can,
by tho DEVOE MANUFACTURING COM
j PANY, New York. Feh C ltno
Columbia Music Store
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasureiu calling the atlcntionol I
tlio public to an examination of their
STOCK of MUBICAL MERCH ANDISE.con
sistiug of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Blolodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Aecordoons, Brass and Silver Bund Instru?
ments oi all kinds. Also, gbcci Music and
Instruction Books for every class of Musical
Instruments on hand at all tinus. We are
Solo Agents for thoKtntoof South Carolina
of Estej A Co.'s COTTAGE ORGANS. Sheet
Music "sent by mail, nofcl rnid.cn receipt of
price; and all kindp of Mnrica) Goods sent by
Express, when ordored, to any part of the
Htate, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for sale cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and M< lodtoi.k Tuned and
Repaired in a satisfactory manner: and will
giveeepecial attention to Packing. Removing
and Shipping Pianos for other parties toany
point dealt ed, at moderate pi ices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to those favoring nt with
their patronage. Send for our catslogurof
' Sheet Munin and Musical Merchandise. Ri
; chardsoD ?irret, a few door* ibuvc rno;stx
; -e. O.'Inrohta.S. C. Noy7
Choice Provisions.
, A T low prices for each.
I J\ 6,000 pounds BACON SIDES.
I 2 000 pound* new Sugar-cured flame,
j 10 barrels Leaf Lard,
. 20 boxes Gothen CbeciO,
10 boxes Tonng America and Flnc-applc
i Cheese,
j 10 chests choice new crop Ttaft,
100 barrels Family Dour.
23 barrels Apple?, Onions and rotstocf.
Dec 4 nOPE A OYLES.
?
Family Flour.
UiOBBLS. Extra Family FLOUR.
100 barrels low priced, hut sonnd.
For sale bv HOPE A OYLES
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Greenville and Columbia Railroad
ESlMH?PA8SENGEB
fflfSM5l????TRAIN8 run daily,
Sundays excepted, connecting with Might
trains on Bouth Carolina Railroad np and
down; with Trains going North and bontbon
Charlotte, Coin ulna and Augusta aod WU
naingtou,Columbia and Augusta Raflroada.
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Loavo Colombia lit.; 7.16 a. m
Leave Alston. 0.05 a. m
LeaveNewberry..-.'rrr... .10.40a. xn
Leave Cokesbury..2.00 p. xn
Loavo Belton. 3 00 p. sn
arrive at Greenville. ?.80p.m
down.
Leave Groenvllle ?.t.7.80 a. id
Leave Belton.9.30 a. m
Leave Cokcebury.11.10 a. m
Lcavo Newberry..:.2.30 p. m
Leave Alston..? 4.20 p. m
Arrive at Columbia. C.COp. m
Anderson Branch and Blut liiOge I? teuton
down. cp. .
Leave Walhalla, 5.45 a. m. Arrive 7.18 p. m
Leave Perry ville 6.25 a. ro. ' 0.85 p.'m
LoavePendleton 7.10 a.m. 5 50 p. xn
Leave Anderson 8.10 a. rn. 4.50 p.. m
Arrive at Belton 0.00 a. m. Leave 3.50p. m
Accommodation Traine run on Abbeville
Rranch Monday*, Wedneedaj h ana Fridays.
On Anderson Branch.between Belton and a?
?lorson, Tuecdaye, Thursday* and Hatnrdaye.
THOMAS DODAMEAD.Gen.Sup..
jAr.r.s: Noivton, General Ticket Agent.
The hhort Line Schedule.
Cu All lohe, Col.l HJ:l\ &, Aegusia R.R. Co.,
ConusiniA, 8. 0? Ftbiuarj 22,1874. i
flP, !3g?^fcrr THE followirg PaeFC6
ffW? Ism 'Ww'^'wt' fpr Schedule will be ope
rated on and after this date: b'l
ooit.o noiitu. Uraiu No. 2. Train No,(4 ,
Lcavo Augua|a.G.SOam 4.15 pm
Granitevillo .....*7 33 a m 5.11 p m
Uatesvillc.9 43am fi 00 p m
Columbia.1156am 037pm
Cheater.44.24pni 2.'2U am
Arrive Charlotte.10.40 p m . *5.15 a m
No. 2 Train makes clcso connection, via
Richmond, to all pointa North, arriving-at
New York 0.05 A. M. No. 4 Train makeseloso
connection via Richmond to all points North,
(arriving at New York at 5.15 P. M.
ooinosocth. Train No. 1. TraiDKo.3
Leave Charlotte..*7.00 a m 9 10 p m
Chester. 0 54am 11.38pm
Columbia.i'J.lC.p m 8.404 m
Uatesvillc..457pm 5.43 a xn
Granitevillc.17 15 pm *7.48a'm
Arrive Augusta.8.05 p m 8 45 a xn
i 'Breakfast, JDinner, iSupper. t -
' South bound Trains connect at Angtuta
;for all pointB South and West. Ihiopgb
itickets sold and baggage clucled to all prin?
cipal points. jST* bleeping cars on all Night
[Trains. JA8. ANDERfcON, Geocial Sup't.
? A. Porn, Gen. Paesenger and Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule. ,f *}*
soutd oabolina raix.zoab CoilFAN Y,
Culumuia, S. C, October 18.1873.
tand after Sunday, 19th instant:
m All. and passekoeb TRAIN.
; Leave Columbia at.8.40 am
j Arrive at Charleston at.. ...;...4.20pto
Leave Charleston ai.9.00 am
irriveat Cohrmbib ai-.6.CO pm
i SIGHTexpress, FRXJG'J T an v accommodation
TnAiN, [Sundays excepted.]
)LoaveColumbia. .7.15 p m Arrive. .6.80 a m
tarriveCharleston 7.10pm Leave.. G 45 am
< Oamden Train will run Monday,Wednesday
land Saturday, as follows:
I Leave Columbia at.1.50 pm
! Arrive at Camden at. G 35 pm
1 Leave Camden at. 6 60 am
i Arrive at Colnmbia at. .11.60 am
8. B. Piciins. General Ticket Agent.
Piedmont Air-Line Bailway.
1 Ig an, tfflfflmi CONDENSED T1ME
fc?5r^*5arai^TABLE, Richmond and
iDanville, Richmond and Danville R. W., N.
C. Division, and North Western N. C. B. W.
I GOING NORTH.
I STATIONS. MAIL. express.
'Leave Charlotte.7.10 P. M. 6.26 A. M
Xeavo Salisbury.0.60 P.M. 8.84 A.Jtt
iLeaveGrecnbboio. 1.40 A.M. 11 10 A. M
Leave Danville. 4 22A.M. 1.62P. M
Leave Burkvillo. 0.44 A.M. G.40P.'H
Arrive at Richmond.. .12.46 P. M. 9.30 P. M
? GOING SOUTH.
'Leave Richmond. 2 80 P.M. 5.10 A. M
.Leave Rurkvillo. 5.34 P.M. 8 28 A. M
Leave Danville. 10 41 P. M. 12.67 P. M
Leave Greensboro_2.15-A M. 4.00P. M
Leave Salisbury. 4 67 A.M. 6.22P.M
Arrive ?,t Charlotte... 7.20 /..M. 8.80A.M
?U1.M. t a ft i.
Leave On enshoro_1 45 A. M. 11 10 A. M
.Leavo Company Shops S3? A. M.Ail2?CP.M
Leave Raleigh. ... 8 05'A. M.
irnve at Goldsboro.. .11 t6 A. M .
GOING WEST.
Leave Goldthoro.4 tO P. M.
Leave Raleigh.7.4r>P.M.
LoavfCompsnj Shops 12.05 A.M. 2 15 P. M
Arriveat Grcciirboio. 1:80 A. M 3 SO P. M
Xoii)i-\vi?i. in i\. C,- It. it ..s in liimli
Leave Greensboro 3 40 pm Arrive 10,20 a m
Leave Rerncn>vi)le 0 CO a m Arrive 5.10 a m
Mail trains daily, both wiu, over entire
lengtl of road. KxpreBi-daily between Cotu
panv Sltopa aud Chariot to, Sundaj texcepted
S. E.ALLEN, Gen.Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. Tai.cot, T'ncir.eei and Pen SnpM.
'Wilmington, Columbia and AbguttaB,
GENERAL PASSENGER DEPART.,
Cbi.r'XBIA, S. C. Oct< bet 24 1673.
LTiw ffiS) ES?'^i?i'V THE"followirg Schedule
^ftS&^fcMic!^^* will be operated on and
alter Simday, October 26:
GOING NOtllll. TRAIN NO. 2. TRAIS NO. 4
Leave Columbia.11 40 a m 8 45 p m
Florcnco.14 40 p m 2.10 a m
i Flemington. 18 50 pm 6 27am
? Arrivo Wilmington.10.45 p m *7.15 a rn
No. 2 Train makes clutt connection, viu
Richmond, to all points North, arriving New
York 6.40 A. M. No. 4 Train makes cloee con?
nection, ein old Bay Line and Richmond, to
tall pointe North, arriving New York 4 25 P. M
i ODIN (l SliflU. train ho. 1. ISAM SO. 8
Lcavu Wilmington.4.60 am 16.10pm
r Flemingtou.*(; 50 a m 7 45 pm
i Florence.10 40 am 11.37 pm
Arrivo Columbia.i3.lt? p m 4 00 am
, Making closn connections at Columbia for
I all points South and West. 'Jbrough tickets
Hold and baggnge checked to all principal
points. Pullman palace ultrpeiBon all night
iraiLb. ?Rrtakfest. iDinr-er. ISnpper.
JAS. ANDERSON, General Sup't.
A. Porn, Gen. Paeacnger and Ticket Agent.
' bummer Schedule 8. & U.R.B.,
cmrw&to DOWN TRAIN UP TRAIN
.Arrive. Loave Arrive.Leave
Spartanburg.. G.S0 7.10
batesville- 7.(0 7 15 6.47 6.66
i'acolet. 7.28 7.c? 6.81 8.40
iJoncsvilla. 8.01 8.10 8.M 8.00
ciUniouviile. 8 48 9.(8 4.ffi 6.18
iSantuc. 0.48 9.63 , 4.16 4.25
Fish Dam. 10.20 10.25 8.44 3.t0
iShellon. 10 40 10.40 3.10 8.27
iLvlee'Ford... 11.07 11.13 2.E7 3(3
?Strothrr.. 11 85 11.45 2.28 2.8f
KIhton... . 12 40_
HOPB & GYLES
HAVP.f..realr?
500 bu*hflf OATS,
V.000 bm>hela BRAN.
2,000 bnshtlH SHORTS.
atj?n.
Fresh 8thr Krant and Mine? Meat,
100 boxen Raisins. 60 halMoxce Raieina,
2Sq?aitcr>l>6xes Baisins,
t\ 50drums Smyrna Figs,
DeMMeated Ciicoinr.t.
t* 100 pounds Seedlesa Raisins,
? . 5< 0 HeadK ??f Cabb^pr.
<> Thorbiirn's Oarden Seeds
\VD ONION SET.-?', warranted froHh, for
, by HOPE* GYLES.

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