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PubUabe? Daily and' Tri-Weekly,
Every Wednesday Morning,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Editor and Proprietor,
Office on Richardson St.. near Taylor.
49~The PHCBKixia the oldest Daily Faporin
South (JaroliDa,has the larqest circulation
In the npper portion of the State, and haa
been regularly leaued since ita inception?
Maroh 21, J865.
*rg- Book and Job Printing ol every de?
scription faithfully attended to.
Daily, aix months, $1 CO; .Tri-Weekly, 2 GO;
Weekly, 1 SO.
Insertod in the Daily at $1 per square of nine
Huoe for first, and CO cents each subsequent
insertion; not exooeding five linea inloiigth,
75 oonta. Longadvortiaemonte by tho week,
month cr year, at lesa rates. Marriugea,
Funeral Invitations, Ac, II.
AO k nts.
E.H. Bates, Union.
Jaliua Poppe, Anderson.
H. W.Lawaon, Abbeville.
Bobert Bryee, Spartanburg.
D. D. Moore, Rock Hill.
J. A. Grigbby, Bid go way.
E. a.Hcott, Nowbsrry. _
Maiii ariunoemkkth.?The Northern
mail opens 6.30 A. M., 8 P. M.; oloscs
11 A. M., 6 P. M. Charleston opens 8
A. M., 5.30 P. M.; oloses 8 A. M., G P.
M. Western opens 6 A.M., 12.30 P. M.;
oloses G, 1.80 P. M. Greenville opens
6.45 P. M.; oloses 6 A. M. Wilmington
openB 4P. M.; closes 10.30 A. M. On
Sunday open from 2.80 to 3.30 P. M.
TO subsobibebs and AdVERTISEBS.?
Orders for advertisements, job work,
etc., most be accompanied with tho
cash. No exceptions can be made.
Ordinary advertisements $1 per square
of nine printed lines for first insertion;
fifty cents each subsequent insertion;
weekly, monthly and yearly rates fur?
nished on application. Advertisements
inserted once a week, $1 eaoh insertion.
Marriages and funeral invitations, Si.
Notices in looal coin tan fifteen cents a
line, eaoh insertion.
The Phoenix job office is complete in
every respeot, and cards, posters, pro?
grammes, bill-heads, etc., are turned
OOt with alacrity.
Old, type?superior to Babbit metal
for many purposes and muah cheaper?
ean be obtained in any quantity at the
PersonB indebted to the Phoenix office
are earnestly requested to call and settle
at onoe. There is a large amount dne?
the greater portion in small sums. The
indebtedness must be liquidated, or we
shall be forced to resort to extreme mea?
Transfer printing inks are invaluable
to railroad companies, banks, mer?
chants, manufacturers and others. They
? ->--1? ~:n
*opy sharp aud clsar for an indefinite
period of time. Having just received a
fresh supply cf inks, we are prepared to
execute- orders at moderate prioes.
Cash will be tho rule at the Phoenix
The Phoenix is in receipt of a lot of
wedding envelopes, paper, etc, of the
latest Paris and New Xork styles, which
will be printed at reasonable rates.
Sooth Carolina Monument Associa?
tion.?Tho monument proposed to be
erected by the women of Sonth Caro?
lins, in memory of their gallant dead in
the late Confederate war, has been de?
layed 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 been already paid to
the distinguished nrchitecta, Muldoon &
Co., of Kentucky, who are proceeding
with tbe monument, which, when
finished, will bo a noble and bountiful
tribute to our deceased soldiers. It is
requisite that $5,000 nhall 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, aud if overy individual who re?
ceives one of these circulars will send
tho small sum of $1. Let a treasurer
and collectors bo appointed in ovcry vil?
lage and oity, and let the money collect?
ed by these local treasurers be promptly
forwarded to tbe General Treasurer,
Mrs. W. K. Bachman, at Columbia. If
the ladies in these Districts will grVo tbe
matter their earnest attention, we are
oonvinoed that they will soon secure tho
amount repuired. Surely none will re?
fuse to aid in perpetuating the memory
of those who connted not their lives
dear that tuey might save the land they
loved so well; and though the cause
they died for be lost, all is not lost, so
long as their grand epitaph, "They died
for their principles," whether engraven
on marble or on the tablets of our hearts,
shall contain for as and for future gene?
rations inspiration aud hope.
Mns. W. K. BACHMAN,
Treasurer S. ?. Monument Abboo'ii.
Mns. JOHN T. D&RBY,
Board ov Directors.?Tho officers of
tho Association und Mrs. C. Mncfle, Mrs.
G. Howo, Mrs. O. Walker, M-a. John
McKenzie, Mis. John Bacon, Mrs. A.
Dargan, Mrs. C. Beck, Mrs. B. Levy,
Mrs. John Fisher, Mrs. W. II. Gibbes,
Miss LaBorde, Miss Wade, Mrs. S.
JCi/iT Papers throughout the State will
oblige by copying.
TO THE BEADING- PUBLIC!
If you Want a Thorough Newspaper,
Daily and Tri-Weekly; or
Issued every Wednesday,
IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
The Phoenix is tho oldest Daily Paper
in the State, and baa been regulurly
issued since March, 1805.
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE,
By Telegraph and Mails, from nenrly
all parts of tho World; together with
full ? " '
Besides well selected Miscellaneous and
Reading Matteb, of interest to every?
body, will be found in these publications.
Are oarefnlly prepared, by competent
writers; whilo special attention is given
THE LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
Taken as a whole, no better on more
satisfactory investment can be made,
than a subscription to one or the other
of these publications. They' are Con?
servative in politics, und are devoted to
the best interests of the State. The
following are tbo
TERMS FOR SIX MONTHS.
Daily Phoenix.$4 OU
Tri-Weekly. 2 00
Weekly Gleaner (48 col a mns).... 1 50
These papers were the first issned in
Columbia, in 1865, after its partial de?
struction, and have been regularly pub?
lished ever since. They
Throaghont the middle and nppcr Coun?
ties of the State, and are excellent
MEDIUMS FOR ADVERTISING.
The Phoenix has a greater circulation
through the upper part of South Caro?
lina than any other daily paper published
in the State. Merchants und others will
find its oolnmna an admirable means of
communication with the people of the
entire up-oonntry. Advertieing rates are
reasonable and eqnublo. Send adver?
tisements marked with the number of
insertions desired, and they will bo
stopped upon tbe expirution of tbe time.
Office on Richardoon (or Main) street,
between Taylor and Blauding.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Have your Job Printing done Home
Style and Price are the Same.
Steam Printing Ofi&ee
Is thoroughly supplied with POWER
PRESSES of thu Latest Improvement;
TYPE of variouK grndps aud atyles from
one foot to the fiftieth part of an inch
in size; BORDERS. CUTS; Black, Co?
lored and Transfer INKS; PAPER,
The proprietor is a practical printer,
and employs the most skilled men in the
profession; all work executed at shortest
nolico possible, iu tho latest und best
siyles, and at New York prices. CALL
and EXAMINE SPECIMENS of
1,2, 3 nnd 4 Sheet Posters, Ilnnd-bill.*
Programmes, Circulars, Bills of Pure,
Pamphlets, Brief?, Dodgers, Flycrf,
Letter Heads, Bill (lends, Checke,
Horec Bills, Receipts, Lnbelf",
Railroad Blank*, I egal Blanks,
Taps, Cards of Uhrde und .sizes?
Wedding, Visiting, Business, Show.
JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor
? Pjit.nix and Gleaner Ksfnblt.shmcnt.
THE CELEBRATED FERTILIZERS
' ? FOR
Corn, Cotton, Wheat and Tobacco,
A Natural Bira Guano,rrom Phoenix Island,
WILCOX, BIBBS k CO/S MAK1P?LATBD CMM1
TBE8E celebrated FERTILIZFR8 are too favorably known by the planters of tblaQ
State to require comment. Those who havo used* them koow how to appreciate their r
value; those who have Dpi as yet, will find, on fair trial, that thoir liberal use will pay on;
preaont crops, besides being of future benefit to their lanuV
For further information, apply to SEIDELS & EZELL, Agonte.
Jan IG t May 1 Columbia, 8. C
ros3b7s~HOT3SL, cT?UMBI?^ ^~cT
, WM. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
Another First Class Hotel in City?Fare $2.00 a Bay, including OmnibusRide
SITUATED NEAR THE CAPITOL. AND IN THE CENTRE OF THE BUSINESS PART
of tho city. Robo's Omnibus will convey passengers to and from every Train. Tho
Ladies'ApartmontB are cum pie to, with private entrance on Aaaembly street. The BILLIARD
and BATH ROOMS aro all new and superior to any in the city. April 5
CHARLESTON, S. C,
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YOHK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTUBING CITIES.
TItree Times aWttkfrom Rtw Yoik?TnctdayR.TIiuridayi
and Saturdays. JS3"KIrgant Htate Itooni Accommodations
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Honrs Shorter, "via Charleston."
TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 IIA I.KS MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting Roads WcBt, in alliance with the fleet of thirteen first class Steamships
to tho above ports, invito attention to the quick time and regular despatch afforded to
the- buBiuesspubbo in the Cotton States at the PORT OF CHARLESTON, offering facilities
of rail and sea transportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in excellence and
capacity at any other port. The toUowing splendid Ocean Steamers areregulailjon.thclinc:
TO NEW YOHK.
CHARLESTON.. .Jas. Berry, Commander. I CHAMPION....B. W. Loekwood, Com'er.
JAMES ADGER..T.J. Lockwood, Com'der. | MANHATTAN. .M. 8. Woodhull. Com'er.
JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents, Charleston, 8. C.
GEORGIA. .8. Crowell, Commander. SOUTH CAROLINA. .'J. J. Beckett.Commander.
\YM. A. COURTENAY, WAGNER, BUG ER A CO., Agents, Charleste n, 8. C.
Iron Steamships ASHLAND.Alex Hunter, Commander.
EQ'iATOR.C. Hincbley, Commander.
Sailing Daya?FRIDAYS. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, 8. ?.
FALCON.IlBinie, Commander. SEA GULL.Dutlon, Commander.
Sailing Days?Every Fifth Day. PAUL C. TRENUOLM, Agent, Charleston,8. C.
TO HOST OK.
oi?uiaui|>e M1U.U1.1...U uuu ...... ^ . ^ - ..I.V.*" " I"
JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents, Chailertcn, 8. C.
Rates guaranteed as low &3 competing lined. Marine luaurauce. Liie-half of one percent.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND TERCjUGH TICKETS
Canbe.had at principal Railroad Ofllces in Georgia, Alabama,Tennessee andMlseiasippi.
State-Booms may be secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
the Stcainabipa in Charleston, at whose offices, in all canes, tho Railroad Tickets should bo
exchanged and Berths assigned. Tho Through Tickets by this route include Transfers,
Mcuis and Stalo-Room, while on ship-board.
THE SOUTH CAHOLIJIA RA1LUOAD, GEORGIA llAV.UOAD
And their connecting lines, have largely increased their facilities for the rapid movement
of Freight and Paaaeugere between the Northern cities and the South and West. Fhat
Class Eating Saloon at Brauehvillo. On the Georgia and South Carolina Railroads, first
class Sleeping Cars.
Freight promptly transferred from steamer to da\ And night trait* ol the Sooth Carolina
Railroad. Clone connection made with other Roads, deliver, ng Fit-ifibla at distent points
with great promptnots. The manage".- will ute even eiertic ti to samt; their patron* that
tho line via Charleston cannot bo surpassed in d< spawn ond the sufe d?'liv? ij uf goods.
For lurther information, apply to T. j. Griffin, )V? stem Agtut, Atlanta, Ga ; B. D.
Hasell. General Agent, P. O. Box 1/j79; Office 317 Broadway. N. Y.;S. B. Pjcksnh,Genera.
Passenger aud Ticket Agent. South Carolina Itailtuad; oi j. M. Sllkijik,Superintendent
Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line, Charleston. S. 0. an 30 11 v
THE WILMIHGTOH STAB.
ESTABLISHED ONLY SIX YEAIiS!
HAS the largcHt circulation of any Daily
Newspaper in tho btato, and a circula
lion in Wilmington nearly twice bs largo as|
that of an} othe r paper. All the news of the
tlay will be lound in it, condensed when mi-1
important, at length when of moment, and
HtwavB pruHcntcd in a clear, intelligent and
hijiisciuptioj? (in advance:)
One Year. ?7 00 1
Six Months. 3 50
Three MontliM. . 2 00 j
UKGKI.Y ST A It.
I Tho WEEKLY BT AR in now combined with
j tho CAROLINA FAltMEll, a no in one or the j
I cheapest papers in tl o country, at tho fol?
lowing bf.UUOEii bates:
Ono Copy, Ono Year.II 50
j One Copy, Six Month"..1 CO
I ?ar?l?bsor 5 to 10, One Year. II 25 per
.copy. Olub.- ol 10 or i loro, Ono Yoar, enly
j $1.00 per copy. Sp< cinn n CopicB sent on up*
I plication. AddreuH
WM. II. BERNARD.
Editor and Proprietor. Wilmington, N. C.
, A VERY higti tost Oil, in thouaoof which
Z"A no acoideut ia poaalblo. T?re, inodor
1 oust and the boat illuminator in the world.
ua-Kvery Family should Due li.'u<?
Can bu burned in Ihn ordinary Kerosene
1 Lamps. Put up in I'atont PAUOKT NOZZLE
CANS, from which the Oil may bn drawn
wit lorn t him *.r Oil or without lilting the Can,
by tho 1)12 VOSS M ANUL'ACTUItlNO COM
PANYi N< vv V irk. Feb C lmo
Columbia Music Store
LyBrand & Son
rwiAKE pleauure in calling theatlcntionol
X tho public tu an examination ot their
STOOK of MUSICAL MEhCTTANPlSE.con
m i ?iiiiK of Pianos, Chnrob and Tarier Organs,
Molodoone, Violin?, (iuilara, llanjoa, Flntos,
Aooordoona, Bras* and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all Kindt?. Alno, bluet Muaic and
Instruction Books for every elate of Musical
Instrumenta on band at all limee. We are
Solo Agents for the State of South Carolina
of Bate* A Co.'s COTTAGE OHGAKS. Sheet
Music Hont by mail, poet paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of Musical Goods Bont by
Esprcaa, when ordered, to anypnrt of the
State, marked O. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organt? for Halt cheap, for canh.
PianoB, Organs and Mulodeoiia Tuned and
Repaired in a satisfactory manner: and will
give especial attention to Packing,Removing
and Shipping Piunoe for othei pnrtiee toany
point detdred, at moderate piicea.
All order* promptly attended tr> and aatia
f act Ion guaranteed totnoec favoring ufwith
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music and llnaical Merebandife. Ri
;ei.^r<'' ;- ?ir? ?? t, n fi w doeira nhovc Phusiiix
! >m. r- himbia m. 0 N'nv 7
AT low pi ices fi r kshIi
?.OOO pbnnda BACON BIDES.
"Odd pound:, new Snsar-c' reel llarhp,
I 10 barrel* Leaf I.a rd.
JO boxen Gothen i lit? s-c.
! 10 hexes Young Amt?i<*a and Pine-apph
10 client* choice ncm crop Teus,
100 barn la Family I'leSnr
I 25 barrel* Apples'. Onion* f t d Potatoes.
De: 1 HOPE A- GYLES.
100 flit LS. Kxtra Family FLOUR,
too barrels li>w pi iced, but Bound.
1' r oab 1 y HOPE A OYLES
Book, Job and Newspaper
?TEAM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
the Phckkix baa tho*
roughly fitted up and
furnished hia office
with latest improved i
materialfor doing all
kinds of Printing.
Hie Type,Border.'Ornaments',Cuts,Ac, are
5f MODERN STYLE and carefully selected.
The Presses are
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Professional Men, Merchants and Manufac?
turers supplied with any style of work.
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a large stock
of every kind
,Tith tho LARGE AMOUNT OP MATERIA1
on hand, the alyle, quality and cost of
work cannot fail tu give satisfaction.
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Orders from abroad will receive immodiah
attention, arid work promptly forwarded.
This is Die only
the interioi of
two, thrro and
CUS and SHOW
can he put npin
Black or Color
examine sn< elm
estabtishtnc nt ii
t he State when
fmtr sheet CTlt
BILLS, ?fc., Ac.
good ?tylo, plait
ms of work.
J'roi i it 11 j
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
WWWMP'Wtrainh ma daily,
Sundayb excepted, connecting with Night
Traina on Booth Carolina Raihoad np and
down; with Traina going North and South on
Charlotte, Colunbia and Augotta and Wil?
mington,Columbia and AnguetaRailroads.,
LoavflColnmbia at.7.10 ?. m
Leave Alaton.". 0.05 a. m
Leave Newberry.10.10 a. m
LeavoCokcabnry.2.00 p. m
Leavo Belton.3.50 p. m
Arrive at Greenville.5.30 p. m
Leave Greenville at. 7.80 a. m
Leave Bolton.9.80 a. m
Leave Cokeabury.11.16 a. m
Loavo Nowborry.3.80 p. m
Leave Alaton. -J 20 p. m
Arrive at Colombia. 1 00 p. m
Anderson Branch and Blue Bidge Division
Leave Walhalla. 5.45 a. m. Arrive 7.15 p. m
Leavo Perryville 0.25 a. m. C.S5 p. m
LeavePendleton 7.10 a. m. 550p.m
Le^ve Andornen 8.10 a. m. 4.50p. m
Arrive at Bolton 9.00 a. m. Leave 8.60p. m
Acoommodation Trains run on Abbeville
Branch Monday*, Wednesday p ano Fridays.
On Anderson Brancb.botweenBolton and An
deraon, Tuesdavb, Thurnda vp and Saturdays.
THOMAS DODAMEAD.Gcn. Sop.
Jarf.z Norton. General Ticket Agent.
'"The Short Line Schedule.
CDABT.01tb, COX.UVBIA & Arui'tTA It.B. Co.,
Columbia, ti. C. Fcbruarj 22,1874.
E**rt35S fflSB?Efifcl THE following Paseen
IHaTsS SBC?BET ger Schedule will be ope?
rated on aud'after tbia date:
ooino kohtu. Train No. 2. Train No. 4
Leave Augnata,.-..6.80 am 4.15 pm
Batesville.9 13am J7 00 p m
Columbia.1168 am 9 37pm
Cheater.44.24 p m . 2.28 a m
Arrivo Charlotte.10.40 p m *5.15 am
No. 2 Train makes cloao connection, via
Richmond, to all points North, arrivirg at
.Sew York C.05A. M. No. i Train makes close
connection via Bichmond to all points North,
arriving at New York at 6.16 P. M.
! ooino south. Train No. 1. Train No. 3
Leave Charlotto.?7.00 am 9 10pm
Cheater.9.64 am 11 38 p m
Colombia.i2.1Gpm 3.40 am
Bateaville.4.67 p m 6 48 a m
Graniteville.17.15 p m *7 48 a m
I Arrivo Augusta.8.05 pm 8.45 am
. *Brcakfaat. ^Dinner. fSupper.
Soath boned Traina connect at Acgneta
for all points South and Weet. Through
'ticket? sold and baggage checked to all prin?
cipal points. J09- sleeping cars oh all Night
Trains. JAB. ANDERSON, General Sup't.
I A. Pore. Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent.
I Change of Schedule.
. Booth Oabouha Batlboad Com tan t ,
Columbia, B. C, October 18.1878.
ffiMMELWKi Ohangeof SoheOele
l?!Hffl!fflP?!Sr? tu go into effect on
jand aftor Sunday, 19th instant:
hail and rA a hf.no sb tu a in .
Arrive at Charlestons t.4.20 pra
f. rriveat Columbia at. E.CO pm
NIOBTEXPBB88, FEEIOHT and ACCOMMODATION
tbaiw, [Sundays excepted.]
LeaveOolumbia. .7.16 p m Arrive. .6.80 a sa
Arrive Charleston 7.10 pm .Leave.. 6.46 am
Camden Train will run Monday.Wtdneeday
and 8aturday, aa followb : "
Leave Columbia at.:.1.66 pm
Arrive at Camden at. 6.85 pm
Leave Camden; at.f-...6.60 am
Arrive at Columbia at.11.60 am
B: B. Pipkins. General Ticket Agent.
Piedmont Air-Line Railway.
ESMMTOgMKi CONDENSED TIME
|?RilE=^'JABLE, Bichmond and
Danville, Blchmond and Danville B. W. N.
O. Division, and North Wettern N. O. B. W.
stations. maid. Ein: EBB.
'Leave Charlotte.7.16P..M. 6.26 A. M
Leavo Salisbury. 0.C6F. H. 8.84 A. M
I Leave Greensboro.... . 1.40 A.M. 11 10 A. M
'Leave Danville. 4 32 A. M. 1.62 P. H
Leave Burk ville. 9.44 A.M. 6.40 P. M
[Arrivo at Bichmond.. .12.45 P. M. 9.S0 F.M
GOING SOUTH. *
Lc?,?- '" '* n nn.-n t* ?iui 11
Leave BarkviiieT.'.'.'.'. 6.84 P. M. 8 28 A. M
': Leave Danville.10 41 P. M. 12.67 P. M
Leave Greensboro.... U.l&VA. M. a.COP.M
Leave Salisbury. 467A;M. 0.22P.M
Arrive at Ohsrlotte... 7.20 A.M. 8.30 A. M
Leave Greenahoro.... 1.45 A. M. 11.10 A. M
;Leave Company Bhopa 3 86 A. M. Ai 12 20P.M
Leave Raleigh. 8 05 A. M.
irrivcat Goldaboro.. .11 C6"A. H.
Leave Goldeboro. 1 10 P.M. .
Leavo Raleigh.7.46 P. M.*.
LeavcOompany Shopa 12.05 A. M. 2.15 P. M
Arrive at Greensboro. 1.80 A. M- 3.80 P. M
! North-western If. O. M. A., Balrm l!mrJ>
Leave Greensboro 8.40 p to Arrive 10.30 a m
Leave Kerneraville 0.00 a m.Arrive 6.10 a m
Mail trains daily, both wayh, over entire
longtbof road. Expressdally between Com
'panyShopa and Obarlotte/tftrnday a excepted
! H. E.ALLEN, Gen;Ticket Agent.
T.M.B. Talcot. Englneer-aad gen; SnpM.
Wilmington, Columbia'and Afcgusta R
GENERAL PASBEKGEB DEPART.,
Columbia, ti. C, Ootober24 1873.
C? 7y^ nggSggjC. THE following Schedule
mfSP PW-'-Sg? will bo operated on and
after Sunday,Ootober 26:.
ooino north. TBAlS'TOitbain no. 4
Leave Columbia....11.40 am - 8 45pm
Florence.14 40pn 1.68 a m
Flomington.18 17 pm 5.24am
? Arrivo Wilmington..10.28 p m *7.15 a m
No. 2 Train makes cloae connection, via.
Richmond, to all points North,arriving New
York 6.05 A. M. No. 4Traut make* cloae con?
nection, Cta old Rny Lino jtjC Bicbinond, to
all points North, arriving New York 5 15 P. M
ooino soctb. train No. 1. train bo. 3
Leave Wilmington......' 4.63am 10.10pm
EU-misgtou.*G.50am 7.40 pm
Floienco.16.40 am 11.37 pm
Arrive Columbia..18.13 p m 4.00 a m
Making cloao connections at Columbia for
all points South and West. Tbroogh ticket r
sold and baggago cheeked to all principal
points. Pullman palacesltipust n all nit hi
traim. *Brtakfust. iDinntr. -fSupper.
JAS. ANDEREON, General Sup't.
A. Popk,Qcu. PasBepgcr and Ticket Agent.
Summer Schedule S. & U.R.B.,
rjr*gr?*fflg-| DOWN TRAIN UP TBAIN
-55sr^!bS?!' Arrivo. Leavo Arrive.Leav<
Spartanburg.. 0.30 7.f0
Bateaville. 7.tS 7 15 8.47 6.M
'Paeolct. 7.23 7.S0 ' 6.81 6.40
'JoneaviUo. 8.01 8.10 6.11 6.00
*;Unionville. 8 43 9.(8 4.(8 6.18
jBantnc. 9.43 9.53 4.10 4.25
Fiah Dam. 10.20 10.25 8.44 3.(0
Sholton. 10 40 10.49 3.19 3.27
Lylca* lord... 11.07 11.16 2.(7 3(3
Strother. 11 85 11.45 2.23 2.31
HOPE & GYLES
HAVE for sale?
500 buahela OATS,
'2.000 buahela BRAN,
'2,000 bushels SHORTS.
Fresh Saur Kraut and Mim e Meat,
100 boxe s Batata*. CO half-boxes Rahina,
25 quai tcr-boxcfl Raipins,
1 50drums Smyrna Fig*,
r Doaaicatcd Coeoanut,
100 pounds Seedleaa Raisins,
? BOO l't< ads of Cabbage.
i Thorbvtrn's Garden Seeds
AND ONION SETS, warranted fresh, (or
eale by HOPE A GYLES.