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THE PHOENIX, j
Published Daily and Tri-Weekly,
Every Wednesday Morning,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Editor and Proprietor,
Office No. 160 North Richardson St.
jjESJ-The PiKKNix is the oldest Daily
Pai?er in South Carolina, has the largest
circulation in the upper portion of the
State, and has been regularly issued
since its inception?March 21, lSll?.
Dnilv, six months, $4; Tri-Weekly,
2.5U; Weekly, 1.50.
Inserted in Daily at $1 a square of ten
lines for first, and 50 cents each subse?
quent insertion; if not exceeding five
lines in length, 75 cents. Long adver?
tisements by the week, month or year, at
less rates. Marriages, Funeral Invita?
tions &c., $1.
,/?'0~Book and Job Printing of every
description faithfully attended to.
Julius Poppe, Anderson.
J. A. Grigsby, Ridgwav.
H. W. Lawsuit. Abbeville.
John D. O'Neill, Newbcrry.
Goxxo to the Dentist.?I like to come
across a man with the toothache. There's
something so pleasant about advising
him to stuff cotton in it, to use camphor,
creosote, peppermint and "relief," that I
always feel better after giving it. I have
been thore, had an aching snag, and I
know just how it feels. It used to wake
me up at night and make me mad at
noon, and set mo to sweni'ing early in
the morning. I didn't meet man or
woman but what thoy advised me. One
said that a hot knitting needle pushed
down on the root was excellent; another
said that opium was an excellent thing;
and others said that it must bo dug out
by the dentist. If I sat down to dinner,
that old tooth began to growl. If I went
to bed, or got \ip, or went to a party, or
stayed at home, it growled just tho same.
It wasn't always a growl. Sometimes it
was a jump that made my hair stand up.
and again a sort of cutting pain that
made me mako up faces at the baby,
slam doors nnd break windows. I ato
cotton, peppermint, camphor and.
opium until I got black in the face, and
that old song kept right on. I put bags
of hot ashes to my cheek, applied mus?
tard, held my head in the oven, took a
sweat, and the ache still ached.
After the third week neighbors didn't
desire to let their boys pass my house,
and hawkers and book canvassers went
round another street. I was becoming a
menagerie, and at lost I decided to have
my tooth out. I decided to, and then I
decided not to. I changed my mind
four times in ono afternoon, and at last I
went. The dentist was glad to see me.
He said that if he could not take the
tooth out without hurting me, he would
give me a million. It got easier as ho
talked, and I concluded not to have it
pulled. I started down stairs, but a
jump caugh me, and I rushed back. He
said he would look at it; perhaps it did
not need pulling at all, but he could
kill the nervo. By dint of flattery he
got me in tho chair. Then ho softly in?
serted a knife and cut awav the gums.
I looked up and said I would kill him,
but he begged mo not to?said the cut?
ting was all the pain there was in it.
He finally got mo to lie back and open
my mouth, and then he slipped in
his forceps, and closed them round the
"Ohsordordonborosoforsor!" I cried.
But he didn't pay any attention to it.
He drew a full breath.* grasped the for?
ceps tightly, and then he pulled. Great
npoons! but didn't it seem as if my head
was going! I tried to shout, grasped at
him, kicked and then he held up the
old snag, and said:
??There, I guess you won't feel any
I leaped down a:id hugged him. I
promised him ten millions; I told him
to make my home his house forever: I
hugged him again. I shook hands with
everybody in the street, kissed my wife,
bought the baby a do/en rattle-boxes in
a heap, and it seemed to me as if the
world was too small for me, I was so
This is tho way the young men of
Farmin^ton come back on the young
ladies who resolved not to countenance
the use of tobacco by association with
those addicted to the habit:
Resolved, That hereafter wo will not
associate with or countenance nny female
who wears false hair or false teeth (under
twenty years of age,') or who uses corsets
or paints, and who allows her trail to
draggle in the streets.
T H E S E V EN >V O N I> E It S
is found in
Heinitsh's Family Medicines.
rpiIE QUEEN'S DELIGHT- For Pnri
I fying tho Blood, and Renovating
and Strengthening the Body.
THE KIN A CHILL CUEE-The best
Chill Cure known. Will alwavs cure.
THE QUAKER LINIMENT?For
Rheumatism, Pains, is a wonderful
THE BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS -
Better than any other in the world for
THE STANLEY'S COUGH SYRUP?
The only Cough Remedy that will cure.
It has cured thousands.
THE LIFE EVERLASTING BITTEBS
?A tonic for the Stomach and Digestion,
giving a good appetite at all times.
THE ROSE CORDIAL-Will cure all
Bowel Affections; good for children.
For sale only at HEINITSH S^
May 26 t City Drug Store.
8PARTANBUR0, 8. C.
find Tonic; Climate dry,
,n - bracing and healthful.
t^TffiriqBrEvcrv attention paid to
Retebences in Columbia.?Maj. D. B.
Miller, A. Palmer, Col. Jos. Daniel
Pope, Prof. L. Plate and S. J. Terry.
WILL OPEN JUNE 15.
jfcD'HACKS meet visitors re^Sg^S"^
it Spartanburg C. It. . .^j^?^iS&
JOHN B. BLACK,
June a imo Resident Manager.
The Charleston Hotel
WILL not he closed this Sum
fuier. All Guests patronizing us
hnonths, and remaining a week
or more, will he allowed a reasonable
discount?except occupants of rooms on
the first or parlor floor.
The attention of the Country Mer?
chants is respectfully called to tiiis no?
tice. May ?,N Ginos
Notice to Tax-Payers.
rpiIE COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE
JL will he open for receiving RETURNS
from JUNE 1 to JUL^i 20, 1^70. instead
of July 1 to August 20, as heretofore.
Tin- law requires the County Auditor
to assess all parties who fail to list their
personal property within the time above
noted, at tho same valuation as of 187-1,
and add a penalty of fifty per cent,
thereto; and all new buildings and
structures, not returned in 1874, must be
returned for the fiscal year 1875, and in
default thereof a penalty of fifty per
cent, will attach.
To facilitate the tax-payers in making
their returns for the fiscal year 1N7">. 1
will attend in person at the following
Gadsden Precinct, June 17. IS and in.
Acton Precinct, June 21 and 22.
Davis' Precinct, June 21.
Garner's Precinct, June 28 and 20.
Camp Ground Precinct, July 1.
Killian's Precinct, July 5 and 0.
Hopkins' Precinct, July 8.
Treuholm's Precinct, Julv 10.
A. L. SOLOMON,
May "0 lmo Countv An "ilor.
For 25 Cents,
PERRY & SLAWSP.N'S.
ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE
OR 1875, with postage. $1.15. For
sale at R. L. BRYAN'S
May 5 Bookstore.
Every Day Something New.
CHOCOLATE and EXTRACT OF
MEAT, for Invalids, Adults and
EXTRACT ?F BEEF, with Wine and
Iron. A nutritive tonic?admirable for
Debility and Indigestion.
Elixir BARK AND IRON?Summer
Tonic and Appetiser. For sale by
E. H. HEINITSH,
May 20f City Drug Store.
Davis' Diamond Hams.
A FULL supply of these choice HAMS
jfi. just received and for sale bv
April 10 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
California and Imported
Wines, Liquors, Ute.
JUST received, direct from
'California, a carload of supe?
rior WINES und BRANDIES,
Snade of delicious grapes in
that highly favored country.
Best Imported Scotch WHISKEY,
Old Jamaica RUM, Holland GIN,
Otard and other brands BRANDY,
Sherry, Port and Madeira WINES.
I am also manufacturingjflflBBBfc
that superior LAGER BEEB.g-f-Qftj
my brewery "llstfWs3?iiSFS
ivcquirc:d such a deserved re-'liiMAffiPltt/
putation. (Jive it a trial?it is pure and
warranted free from any deleterious in?
gredients. Physicians recommend it.
*; "jf Also, best brands Imported and
&nn Domestic CIGARS. Smoking and
'Irn? ^Chewing TOBACCO, Ac.
My SALOON" is supplied with the best
of everything. LUNCH every day, at 11
o'clock," Give mo a call, at the sign of the
big barrel, Nos. KM and 100 Richardson
street. JOHN C. SEEGEBS.
Nos. 3 Broad Street and 109 East Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
YKT. BY l*WJ*0 CHEAPER GRADES OK STOCK,
WE CAN Fl'RNISU WOUK AT
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
Piries Paper and Envelopes.
Redding and .Ball Invitations
CN THt 0C5T STOCK AND PRINTCD IN THE
What You Need.
EXTBA MESS BEEP, 10 cents per
Fresh May BUTTER, direct from Mil
ford, N. Y*., 3 pounds for $1.
CIGARS.?We are closing out our stock
of Cigars, and offer the best FIVE CENT
Cigars in the city, and only want a trial
to convince von.
Mav 10 "L?RICK A- LGWRANCE.
The Alabama Sold Life Insurance Company, cf Mobile!
C. E. THAMES, President; T. N. FOWLER, Seeretai-y; Gen. S.D. LEE,
Superintendent of Agencies.
Assets $750,000 in Gold.
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000 GOLD ALL PAID IX.
SUJIPLUS AS TO POLICY-HOLDERS OVER $4<R?.0UU GOLD.
GOLD OH CUIIREXCY POLICIES ISSUED!
SOUTHERN COMPANY, keeps ami lends its Money in tlx-South. Sine-)
chartered, its dividends have varied from 17 to '11 |*< r cent.
May l? \V. IL <; I IUI P.S. Agent.
Manufactured by HOLMES, CALDER & CO., Proprietors.
Olncc 203 East Ray street. Factory corner Cumberland and Philadelphia streets,
Oliarleston, JS. O.
IMPORTERS and dealers in Lubricating and Paint OILS. WINDOW CLASS and
PAINTERS' MATERIAL. Agents for Avorills Chemical Paint. Prince's Metalic
i Paint, Rubber and Leather Bolting. Feb '25 JCmo
ROSE'S_HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. C. WM. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
Fare$2} a day, including
S^m; r^=fi, Omnibus ride. Situated
?'?"near the Capitol and in
centre of business part of
1 the city. My Omnibus
will convey passengers to
and from every train. The
* Ladies' Apartments arc
com pi etc; en trance on As
scmblv street. BILLI
5r* ARD and BATH ROOMS
?rc all r.< w and in good
i rder. Ay tJ
The Oldest Daily in South Carolina!
Do You Want a Reliable Newspaper?
Then Subscribe lor
Daily or Tri-Weckly; or
Issued every "Wednesday,
lu\ 160 Tiiebqlr?sen 5f., ?ohifybu).
Tim Phcenix is the oldest Daily Paper
published in the State of South Carolina,
having been regularly issued since 21st
March, 1H05. The Gleaner is also in
the eleventh year of its publication. The
every part of the
full and correct
received daily: well selected readingmat
ter. Editorials and locals prepared by
competent writers. They aro Conserva?
tive in politics and devoted to
the best interests of the peo?
ple?the proprietor (who has
controlled them since their
origin) having been a resident
of Columbia more than forty
years. Terms of subscrption I
as follows, including postage:
Daily $1 six months; Tri-Weekly $2.50;
Weekly $1.50. These papers were the
first issued in Columbia after its partial
destruction, circulate more extensively in
the middle and upper Counties of the
State than any other, and are excellent
mediums for advertising.
Suisi Sock and Job fruiting Office
Is thoroughly supplied with new Typ?
of various grad
foot to lh ?
part of an
inch ;-i/.? :
in ven tion.
cvlinder and platen; llhu-k
'1 ransfcr Inks; Pap?
prices is the rule.
HAVE YOl'It WORK
STYLE AM) PRICK
B o r di i s,
&??? Ac. in
work is all
execu t ed
s u po rin
m e d i ate
who is a
Cash and New York
Therefore, you should
done at UOME, when
are the same. This
office is the only one in the
upper part ot the State
where Poster and General
Show Printing can be pro-<
perly executed, as we aro
supplied with fifty founts wood and other
large type. 1, 2, 3 and 4 Sheet Posters;
Hand-lulls, Programmes, Rills of Pare,
Pamphlets, Circulars, Dodgers, Briefs,
Letter Heads, Cheeks,
Bill Heads, Receipts,
Horse Bills, Labels,
Bailroad, Legal and
other Blanks, Tags;
Wedding, Visiting and
Business Cards; in short, any and every
thing in the way of Plain or Fancy JOB
and BOOK PRINTING. Orders from a
distance will receive immediate attention.
JULIAN A. SELBV,
Proprii tor Pho nix and Gleaner.
Wilmington, Colombia & Augusta IL
Columbia, 8. C, Mat 2b, 1875.
COMMENCING Juno 1, 1875, the fol?
lowing Changes will be made in
Pussenger Schedule on this llond:
No. 4?Night Passenger?North.
Leave Columbia. 8.15 p.m.
Arrive Florence.12.50 a. m.
"Wilmington. 7.10 a.m.
Connect at Florence with North-east?
ern ltoad for Charleston. Arriving there
0.15 A. M., and connect closely at "Wil?
mington daily, except Sundays, for all
No. 3?Night Passenger?Sonth.
Leave "Wilmington. 0.25 p. m.
Florence.11.55 p. m.
Arrive Columbia. 4.15 a.m.
Connects daily, except Sunday even?
ing, at Wilmington, with all Trains from
North, and at Florence with Trains leav?
ing Charleston. 0.30 P. M.
Ab. 7?Ac.conimoilntiun it Height?South.
Leave Florence. 9 a.m.
Arrive Coluufbia. 7 p. m.
No. H?Accommodation ifc Freight?North.
Leave Columbia. . 5.50 a. m.
Arrive Florence. 4.50 p.m.
Both Trains connect with Cberaw and
Darlington Bailroad, and carry Coaches.
JAS. ANDEBSON, Gen. Supt.
A. Poi'e, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
Columbia, S. C, April 1, 1875.
I>\SSENGER TRAINS will be run
daily, (Sundays excepted,) by the
Leave Columbia 7.00 a. in. Ar. 4.10 p. m.
Alston... 8.45 a. in. 2.35 p. m.
Newberry 10.03a. m. 12.58 p. m.
Cokcsburyl.37 p. in. 0.35 a. m.
Belton.. . .3.20 p. m. 7.55 a. m.
Arrive Grcenville4.55 p. in. LvcG.OO a. m.
Passengers by Night Train on South
Carolina Bailroad connect with No. 1.
Passengers by No. 4 connect with Day
Train on South Carolina Bailroad for
Charleston, Augusta, Ac.', and with Train
on Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta.
Anderson Branch and Blue Bidge.
Leave Walhalla. 14.15 a. m. Ar. 0.45 p. m.
Seneca City4.45a. m. 0.10 p. m.
Perrvville 5.00 a. in. 0.05 p. m.
Pendloton 5.50 a. m. 5.20 p. m.
Anderson.0.50 a. m. 4.20 p.m.
Arrive Belton.. .7.35 a. m. Lve 3.30 p. m.
Abbeville 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
Jadez Norton, Gen. Ticket Agent._
South Carolina Railroad Company,
Columbia, S. C, April 1, 1875.
day PAHSEXOER TBAIN.
Leave Columbia 4.30 p> m. Ar. 2.15 p. m.
CharlestonG.45a. m. 11.45 p.m.
night express accommodation train.
Leave Columbia 7.00 p. m. Ar. 0.35 a. m.
Charleston 7.10 p. m. 0.30 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, Thursday and Sa?
turday. S. S. SOLOMONS, Gen. Supt. ?
S. B. Picetns, Genend Ticket Agent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
Columbia, S. C, April 1, 1875.
THE following Passenger Schedule is
ooiNG north. Train No. 2. Train No. 4.
Leave Augusta.0.30a. m. 4.15 p.m.
Graniteville. . ..10.20a. m. 5.11 p. m.
Col'biaJnnct'n...2.13p, m. 9.05 p. m.
Columbia.2.45p. m. 9.17 p. ni.
Chester.(5.3J p. m.
Arrive Charlotte.0.00 p. m.
Na. 2 Train makes close connection,
via Charlotte and Richmond, to all points
North, arriving at New York 0.05 A. M.
No. 4 Train makes close connection, via
Wilmington and Bichmond, to all points
North, arriving at New York 5.15 T. M.
going south. Train No. 1. Train No. 3.
Leave Charlotte . . . .8.50 a. m.
Chester.11.02 a. m.
Winnsboro... .12.38 p. m.
Arrive Columbia. .. .2.42 p. m.
Leave Columbia. . . .2.52 p. in. 3.40 a. in.
Col'bin Jnnct'n ..3.17 p. m. 4.15 a. in.
Graniteville... .7.15 p. in. 7.48 a. ni.
Arrive Augusta.8.05 p. in. 8.45 a. in.
South bound Trains connect at Au?
gusta for all points. Through tickets sold
and bangafje checked to principal points
JAS. ANDEBSON. General Sup.
A. Pope, Gen. Pass'r and Ticket Agt.
Congaree Iron Works,
COLUMBIA, s. c.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
and Grist Mills,
and all kinds
al Castings for
Stores and Dwellings, Patent Railings
for Gardens and Cemeteries, Iron Settees
and Arbor Chairs; also. Brass Custings of
all kinds. Bells for Churches, Schools,
Work-shops, Ac. Guarantee all my work
tirst class and equal to any North or
South. Works at foot of Lady street and
near South Carolina and Greenville and
Columbia Bailroad Depots. Nov 18
Money to Loan,
On Marketable Collaterals.
EXCHANGE on New York, Baltimore,
Jt Philadelphia, Boston, and all promi
nent cities of the United Statos and Eu
rope bought and sold.
DEPOSITS received and interest-bear?
ing CERTIFICATES issued.
STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD and SILVER
bought and sold.
ACCOUNTS of merchants and others
from the city and country solicited, and
LIBERAL 'LINES OF DISCOUNTS
granted by the CENTRAL NATIONAL
BANK, corner of Plain and Richardson
?itroots. JOHN S. PRESTON, Pres't.
J. H. SAWYER, Cashier. Mar 24