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Published Daily and Tri-Weokly,
Every "Wednesday Morning,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
Editor and Proprietor,
Office No. 160 North Richardson St.
_^SS*The Phoenix is the oldest Daily
Paper in South Carolina, has the largost
circulation in the upper portion of the
State, and has been regularly issued
since its inception?March 21, 18C5.
Daily, six months, $4; Tri-Weekly,
2.50-, Weekly, 1.50.
Inserted in Daily at $1 a square of ton
lines for first, and 50 cents each subse?
quent insertion; if not exceeding five
hncs in length, 75 cents. Long adver?
tisements by the week, month or year, at
less rates. Marriages, Funeral Invita?
tions &c., $1.
^>"Book and Job Printing of every
description faithfully attended to.
Julius Poppe, Anderson.
J. A. Origsby, Ridgway.
H. W. Lawson, Abbeville.
John B. O'Neill, Ncwberry.
An Ohio Cababianca.?Rome, Ohio,
has a genuine Cosabianco.. One day re?
cently a farmer placed his boy, a youth
of twelve, to guard a certain point where
they had been "fighting fire," which
was passing through the woods. The
little fellow did not return home at the
time expected, and search was mado for
him, though he was not found until the
morning of the following day, when his
body was discovered burnt to a crisp.
It is not known how the boy came to
perish in the flames, but the belief is
that his regard for, his father's command
was so great as to induce him to face the
fire until escape was out of the question.
If this theory be the correct one, the
boy should have a monument, and a
high one. Young America, it must be
regretfully admitted, does not supply
muoh of the material for Casabioncas,
and a case so exceptional as that of the
Ohio boy should be made much of, as
showing that such a thing as filial re?
gard still exists.
Taking the Census.?Mrs. Sullivan's
dislike to the census takers brought her
into trouble. She thought she had a
right to have as many children as she
pleased without being bothered by in?
quisitive people wanting to know her
age, condition and other personal mat?
ters. Looking on her house as her castle,
she cast forth the census taker, book,
ink-stand and all, and for this assertion
of her independence, an illiberal and
tyrannical magistrate fined her three
dollars?and we boast of our individual
FtOM 7 till 9 o'clock, Sunday morn?
ing, the store will be open.
June 6_JOHN C. SEEGERS.
The cures performed by using Hei
nitsh's Queen's Delight should be known
all over the land. 8
Money to Loan,
On Marketable Collateral*,
EXCHANGE on New York, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, Boston, and allpromi'
nent cities of the United States and En
rope bought and sold.
DEPOSITS received and interest-boar?
ing CERTIFICATES issued.
STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD and SILVER
bought and sold.
?ACCOUNTS of merchants and others
from the city and country solicited, and
LIBERAL LINE8 OF DISCOUNTS
granted by tho CENTRAL NATIONAL
BANK, corner of Plain and Richardson
jtroets. JOHN S. PRESTON, Pres't.
J. H. Sawtxe, Cashier. Mar 24
rj is the most wondorful medicine ever
known, and possesses curative power
unequalled in history of remedies. For
salo only at^ HEINITSH'S Drugstore^
Congaree Iron Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
anil Grist Mi 11s,
! Gin Gearing,
and all kinds
al Castings for
Stores and Dwellings, Patent Railings
for Gardens and Cemeteries, Iron Settees
and Arbor Chairs; also, Brass Castings of
all kinds. Bells for Churches, Schools,
Work-shops, Ac. Guarantee all my work
first class and equal to any North or
South. Works at foot of Lady street and
near South Carolina and GroenviUe and
Columbia Railroad Depots. Nov 18
fTHlRASHERS, nORSE POWERS, EN
JL GINES, FAN MILLS, GRAIN
CRADLES, REAPERS, Ac, Ac, at ma?
nufacturers* price. Send for catalogue
to L?RICK & LOWRANCE,
April 22_Columbia S. C.
Davis' Diamond Hams.
AFULL supply of these choice HAMS
just received and for sale by
April 16 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
The best blood purifier is Heinitah's
Queen's Delight. 8
The Alabama Soli Life Insurance Company, of Mobile1
C. E. THAMES, President; T.N. FOWLER, Secretary; Gen. S.D. LEE,
Superintendent of Agencies.
Assets $750,000 ill Gold.
CAPITAL. STOCK 8200,000 GOLD-ALL PAID IX.
SURPLUS AS TO POLICY-HOLDERS OVER $400,000 GOLD.
GOLD OR CURRENCY POLICIES ISSUED !
SOUTHERN COMPANY, keeps ond lends its Money in the South. Since
chartered, its dividends have varied from 17 to 27 per cent.
May 15 W. II. GLBBKS. Agent.
Manufactured by HOLMES, CALDER & CO., Proprietors.
Office 203 East Bay street. Factory corner Cumberland und Philadelphia streets,
Oliarleston, &m O.
IMPORTERS and dealers in Lubricating and Paint OILS. "WINDOW CLASS and
PAINTERS' MATERIAL. Agents for Averill's Chemical Paint, Prince s Metolio
Paint, Rubber nnd Leather Belting. Fob 25 }t>mo
ROSE'SIHOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. C.
WK. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
fejBfeg^ Fare $2 J a day, including
iJ^T^Omnibus ride. Situated
L- 7 near the Capitol and in
W centre of business part of
the city. My Omnibus
W will convey passengers to
? and from every train. Tho
Ladies' Apartments aro
sembly street. BILLI?
ARD and BATH ROOMS
are all new and in good
erder. Ap C
Fropotala for Stationery.
Oftice Clebe House or Exprehentaityes,
Columbia, a C, Moy 6, 1876.
SEALED PROPOSALS wiU be received
at tbis office until 12 o'clock M., July
16, 1875, for furnishing the following
STATIONERY for' the nub of the House
25 reanM Journal Paper, 18x11 J, blue
ruled, red lines for margin and cutting,
24 lbs. to ream.
150 reams Letter Taper, linen finish,
ruled on ail sides.
150 reams Note Paper, linen finish,
ruled on all Bides.
75 roamB Legal Cap Paper, extra super?
fine, to weigh 14 lbs. to reuin.
75 reams Foolscap Paper, extra super?
fine, to weigh 14 lbs. to ream.
50 reams Lithographed Letter Paper,
X sheets, linen finish.
50 reams Lithogniphed Note Paper,
150 Papeteries, No. 5, full.
40,000 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 5, well gummed.
20,000 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 6, well gummed.
10,000 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 8, well gummed.
10,000 White Thick Adhesivo Enve?
lopes, well gummed.
2,500 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 10, well gummed.
2,500 White Thick Adhesivo Enve?
lopes, No. 12, well gummed.
5,000 White Thick Adhesive Litho?
graphed Envelopes, No. 5, well gummed.
5,000 Whito Thick Adhesivo Litbo- j
graphed Envelopes, No. G, well gummed.
5,000 White Thick Adhesivo Litho?
graphed Envelopes, No. lO.well gummed.
2 gross Congress Tie Envelopes, as?
100 reams Manila Paper, flat, smooth,
tough, 27x37, 63 lbB. to ream.
50 reams Buff Envelope Paper, tough,
27x37, 60 lbB. to ream.
2 reams Parker's Treasury Blotting
Paper, 100 lbs. to ream.
1 gross boxes Buff Newspaper Wrap?
pers, medium size, No. 1, gummed.
200 packages Manila Waste Paper, soft.
1$ gross Inkstands, assorted styles.
4 dozen quarts Arnold's Ink.
1 gross J pints Arnold's Ink.
2 dozen quarts Encre Imperiale.
2 dozen quarts best Black Ink.
1 dozen pints best Blue Ink. '
1 dozen A pints best Blue Ink.
5 dozen oest Carmine Ink, 4 ounces.
1 gross boxes Cut Quills, Congress.
15 gross Eagle Lead Pencils, No. 2,
Rubber Head, hexagon.
5 gross A W. Faber's Carmine and
Blue Lead Pencils, hexagon.
1 gross Mucilage Stands, with brushes,
Morgan's, 5 ounces.
200 spools best Pink Tape, No. 19.
6 dozen Blank Records, quarto.
6 dozen Blank Records, uemi-quarto.
1 gross Steel Erasers, Rodgers'.
1 gross Penknives, Rodgers' or Wost
enholm's, assorted styles.
5 dozen Shears, 8 and 12 inches.
5 dozen Scissors, 5 inches.
2 gross Paper Weights, assorted styles.
1 gro?s Ivory Folders, 9 inches.
15 dozen Faber's Ink and Pencil Erasers
150 grosB Rubber Bands, Red and
Black, assorted sizes.
1 gross Silicate Slate Memorandums,
oblong, 8 Leaves with Sides, ruled.
15 gross E. Faber's Pen-holders.
30 lbs. Sealing Wax, Waterston's.
200 gross Steel Pens, assorted.
4 dozen Quarts Mucilage.
4 doz. Bottles Eureka Perfumed Paste.
5,000 McGill's Paper Fasteners, A inch.
5,00p McGill's Paper Fasteners, 3 inch.
5,000 McGill's Paper Fasteners, 1 inch.
1 dozen Letter Presses and Stands,
2 dozen Letter Books.
2 dozen Cups and Brushes for Letter
1 gross Gutta Percha Rules, flat, 14
4 dozen Box Wood Rules, (A. Mcln
tyre &, Co.'s,) 18 inch.
5 dozen Tin Paper Cutters, enamelled.
2 dozen Sticks India Ink.
50 sheets Parchment, 16x22.
25 boxes Black Sand.
1 gross Memorandums.
1 gross Pen Wipers.
3 dozen Shipman's Lette.- Files, im?
100 lbs. large size Hard Twine.
100 lbs. large size Soft Twine.
100 lbs. small size Hard Twine.
100 lbs. small size Soft Twine.
5 dozen boxes Official Seal Wafers,
large size, red and gilt.
5 dozen boxes Official Seal Wafers,
small size, green and red.
5 dozen Wax Coils.
4 gross boxes Roche A' C'o.'s Wax Taper
2 dozen boxes small Rod Wafers, \ 11>.
A grofiS Wir.- Hook Fib s.
I gross Wire Standard l"i!t s.
I gross Letter Clips.
?1 dozen sheets Carbon Paper.
1,000 Admission Cards to Houso of
?1 dozen Ebony Malh ts, small.
1 Ivory Mallet, large, Ebony Handle.
300 Patent Pasteboard Document Boxes
30 Hand Stamps - designs will be fur?
1 Seal of Hor.se of Representatives?
design will bo furnished.
1,000 3 cent United States Postage
1,500 2 cent United States Postage
500 Stamped Newspaper Wrappers.
2 dozen Calendars, with day, month
1 gross Ink Extractors.
4 dozen Ruling Pens.
1 gross United States Standard Bill
Holders, assorted sizes.
0 dozen Wasto Paper Baskets.
1 dozen Rubber Handle. Cork Screws.
4 dozen Eyelet Punches.
50 boxes Eyelets.
1 gross Spiral Pen Rack?.
4 dozen Paste Brushes.
2 dozen Bibles, small. *
Proposals from established dealers
only will be considered. Every article
mnst be of the best quality, unless on
inferior quality is specified.
Specimens of the articles called for
must accompany proposal, with name of
bidder marked plainly on same, and of
paper the weight per ream.
A bond with sufficient sureties will be
required of the successful bidder, te be
filed with the Secretary of State ten days
after the proposal has been accepted.
Tho failure to comply with any one
order under the contract will operate as
forfeiture of entire ponalty of the bond.
This advertisement, and the award of
the proposal with tho bond given by tho
party receiving tho award, shall consti?
tute tho contract between tho State and
the bidder, and no further contract will
The payment of the accounts for sta?
tionery required in this advertisement is
provided for in an Act entitled "An Act
relative to supplies for tho Executive
Department of the State Government
and for the General Assembly," approved
March 24, 1875.
All articles designated must bo de?
livered in good condition, free of charge,
at this office, on or before November 1.
Proposals should bo endorsed "Pro
Iiosals for Stationery for the House of
tepresentativos," and directed to the
Clerk of tho House of Representatives,
Columbia, S. C. A. O. JONES,
Clerk of House of Representatives.
May 8_ s
Proposals for Stationery.
OFFICE CLERK OF SENATE,
Columbia, S. C, May 5, 1875.
PURSUANT to tho provisions of on
Act of the General Assembly, ap?
proved March 24, 1875, sealed proposals
will be received at this office until 12 M.,
July 15, 1876, for supplies of STATION?
ERY for the use of the Senate, as follows:
50 reams Letter Paper.
50 reams Note Paper.
50 reams Legal Cap Paper.
50 reams Foolscap Paper.
20 reams Lithographed Letter Paper,
20 reams Lithographed Note Paper.
50 Paperterie8, No. 5, full.
25,000 White, Thick, Adhesive Enve?
lopes, Nos. 5 and 6.
5,000 White, Thick, Adhesive Enve?
lopes, Nos. 5 and 0, Lithographed.
5,000 Legal Envelopes, Nos. 10 and 12.
100 Congress Tie Envelopes.
50 Patent Pasteboard Document Boxes.
25 reams Bill Paper, one red line, blue
25 reams Journal Paper, blue ruling.
5 reams Flat Cap Poper.
10 reams Manilla Wrapping Taper.
50 reams Cap Manilla Paper.
10 reams Buff Envelope Paper, 27x37.
5 reams Engrossing Paper, Blue, 19j
by 261 inches.
35 pounds Twine, assorted sizes.
10 dozen Spool Tape.
10 dozen bolts best Linen Tape, extra
50 spools Spool Silk Ribbon, assorted
10 pounds Sealing Wax, (10 to pound.)
3 dozen Wax Taper Coils.
2 gross Wax Taper Matches.
50 Inkstands, assorted styles.
50 common Inkstands, (fiat.)
4 dozen quarts Black Ink.
6 dozen pints Black Ink.
4 dozen quarts assorted Copying Inks.
5 doz. 4 oz. Carmine Ink, glass stoppers
25 boxes Cut Quills, (Congress.)
1 dozen Eyelet Punches.
10 boxes Eyelets.
50 Pocket Knives.
50 Steel Erasers.
50 Pocket Scissors.
50 Faber's Ink and Pencil Erasers.
10 gross Faber's Leud Pencils, No. 2.
1 gross Bed and Blue Pencils.
10 largo boxes Paper Fasteners.
10 dozen Mucilage, Morgan's, live and
eight ounces, in boxes.
3 dozen Stickwell's Mucilage, quarts
5 dozen Morgan's Mucilage Stands
25 Blank Hooks, assorted sizes.
10 Blank Books, demi-quarto.
10 Blank Books, quarto.
10 Blank Books, cap size.
50 Ivory Folders.
50 Paper Weights, assorted.
25 gross Rubber Bands, assorted.
5 dozen boxes Quill Pens.
100 gross Steel Pens, assorted.
25 gross Pen-holders, assorted.
30 Pounce Boxes, wood or bone.
10 bottles Pounce.
10 Letter Press Books.
20 Cups and Brushes for Letter Press.
25 Rubber Rulers, 11 inches.
Boxwood Rulers, 18 inch*.-.
5<? Tin Paper Cutters.
50 Diaries for 1870.
?d Shipman's Letter Fib s.
75 boxes Official Seal WalVrs, assorted.
6 Ivory Gavels.
10 dozen Bill rib s. Y. s. standard.
5 dozen Desk Pads. 11 by 10, inter?
5 dozen L? ttcr Clips, bra^sniid bronze.
5 dozen Scrap Book*
50 Waste Paper Baskets.
75 Memorandum Books.
C> dozen Moore's Blotting Pads.
0 boxes Rubber Pencil Heads.
10 dozen Admission Cards.
50 sheets of Parchment.
IS dor.cn Pen Racks, assorted.
1 doz. small Bibles for committee rooms
75 demi-qunrto Blank Books, faints
75 half-bound, faints,*two quires each.
Proposals from established dealers only
Specimens of the articles called for
must accompany each proposal.
The proposals to be opened at Colum?
bia, S. C, in the presence of a board,
consisting of the Governor, Secretary of
State, Attorney-General, and tho con?
tract awarded by tho undersigned to the(
lowest responsible bidder, but Buch con?
tract to be of no effect until approved by
The successful bidder or bidders, br
fore entering upon the performance of
the contract, shall give a bond, with suf?
ficient security, on such terms as may he
prescribed by tho Attorney-General, for
the faithful performance of the obliga?
tions of the contract, bond to be filed
with the Clerk of the Senate.
Failure to comply with any order
under tho contract will operate as a for?
feiture of the bond.
The payment of the accounts for sta?
tionery and advertising is provided for
in nn Act entitled "An Act relative to
supplies for tho Exccutivo Departments
of State Government and for the General
Assembly," approved March 24, 1875.
This advertisement and tho award,
with the bond given by the party, shall
constitute the contract between tho State
All articles designated must bo deli?
vered in good condition, free of charge,
at this office on or before November, 1875.
Proposals should bo endorsed "Pro?
posals for Stationery for the ubo of the
Senate," and directed to the Clerk of the
Senate, Columbia, South Carolina.
J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of Senate.
Wilmington, Colombia & Augusta B.
Columbia, S. C, Mat 28, 1875.
COMMENCING Juno 1, 1875, the fol?
lowing Changes will be made in
Passenger Schedule on this Road:
A'o. 4?Night Passenger?North.
Leave Columbia. 8.15 p. m.
Arrive Florenco.12.60 a. m.
Wilmington. 7.10 a.m.
Connect at Florence with North-east?
ern Road for Charleston. Arriving there
G.15 A. M., and connect closely at Wil?
mington daily, except Sundays, for all
No. 3?Night Passenger?South.
Leave Wilmington. 6.26 p.m.
Florence.11.56 p. m.
Arrive Columbia.4.16 a. m.
Connects daily, except Sunday even?
ing, at Wilmington, with all Trains from
North, and at Florence with Trains leav?
ing Charleston, 6.30 P. M.
No. 7?Accommodation & Freight?South.
Leave Florence. 9 a. m.
Arrive Columbia. 7 p. m.
No. 8?Accommodation <? Freight?North.
Leave Columbia. 6.60 a. m.
Arrive Florence. 4.50 p.m.
Roth these Trains connect with Che
raw and Darlington Railroad, and carry
JAS. ANDERSON, Gen. Supt.
A. Pope, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
Columbia, S. C, April 1, 1875.
PASSENGER TRAINS will be run
daily, (Sundays excepted,") by the
Leave Columbia 7.00 a. m. Ar. 4.10 p. m.
Alston... 8.45 a. m. 2.35 p. m.
Newberry ID.03 a. m. 12.58 p. m.
Cokesburyl.37p. m. 9.35 a.m.
Helton ....3.20 p. m. 7.55 a. m.
Arrive Greenville4.55 p. m. Lve 8.00 o. m.
Passengers by Night Train on South
Carolina Railroad connect with No. 1.
Passengers by No. 4 connect with Day
Train on South Carolina Railroad for
Charleston, Augusta, Ac, and with Train
on Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta.
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge.
Leave Walhalla. 14.15a. m. Ar. 6.45 p. m.
SenecaCity4.45a. m. 6.10 p. in.
Perryville 5.00 a. m. 6.05 p. m.
Pendlet on 5.50 a. m. 5.20 p. m.
Anderson.6.50 a. m. 4.20p. m.
Arrive Helton. . .7.35a. m. Lve 3.30p. ni.
Abbevltle Branch Trains.
Leave Abbeville.8.00 a. m. Ar. 2.35 p. m.
Cokesburvl.40 p. m. 9.10 a. m.
THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen. Sup't.
Jabez Norton, Gen. Ticket Agent
South Carolina Railroad Company,
Columbia, 8. C, April 1, 1875.
dax passengeb train.
Leave Columbia 4.30 p. m. Ar. 2.15 p. m.
Cbarleston0.45a. m. 11.45 p.m.
. night express accommodation train.
Leave Columbia 7.00 p. m. Ar. 6.35 a. m.
Charleston7.10p. m. 6.30 a.m.
Camden Train will connect at King
ville with Up Passenger Train for Co?
lumbia, Monday, Wednesday and Friday;
and with Down Passenger Train from
Columbia, Tuesday, Thursdoy and Sa?
turday. S. S. SOLOMONS, Gen. Supt.
S. B. PicKXKS, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
Columbia. S. C, April 1, 1875.
TLE following Fusscngcr Schedule is
?oino north. Train No. 2. Train No. 4.
Leave Augusta.9.30a. in. 4.15 p.m.
Graniteville.. ..10.20a. m. 5.11 p. m.
Col'biaJunct*n...2.13p. in. 9.05 p. m.
Columbia.2.45p. m. 0.17p. m.
Chester..-..6.34 p. m.
Arrive Charlotte.9.00p. in.
Na. 2 Train makes close connection,
via Charlotte and Richmond, to all points
North, arriving at New York 6.05 A. M.
No. 4 Train makes close connection, via
Wilmington and Richmond, to all points
North, arriving at New York 5.15 P. M.
ooisv. south. Train No. 1. Train No. 3.
Leave Charlotte ... .8.50 it. m.
('bester.11.02 a. ta.
Winnsboro... .12.38 p. m.
Arrive Columbia... .2.42 p. m.
Leave Columbia... .2.52 p. m. 3.40 a. in.
Col'bia June t'n.. 3.17 p. m. 4.15 a. m.
Graniteville... .7.15 p. m. 7.48 a. m.
Arrive Augusta.8.05 p. m. 8.45 a. m.
South bound Trains connect at Au?
gusta for all points South and West.
Through tickets sold and baggage
cheeked to principal points.
JAS. ANDERSON, General Sup.
A. Pope, Gen. Pass'r and Ticket Agt.
What You Need.
EXTRA MESS BEEF, 10 cents per
Fresh May BUTTER, direct from Mil
ford. N. Y., 3 pounds for $1.
CIGARS.?We are closingout our stock
of Cigars, and offer the best FIVE CENT
Cigars in the city, and only want a trial
to convince you.
May 16 * L?RICK & LOWR ANCE.
" Young men and maidens fair, use the *
Queen's Delight. . 8