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Published Da$y r^r^^^^^Ju" THE Every Wednesday Morning, BY JULIAN A. 'SELB Y, Editor end Proprietor, Office No. 160 North Richardson St. j^ssr-Tho Phcxntx is the. Oldest Daily Paper in South Carolina, lias the largest circulation in the upper portion of the State, and has been regularly issued since its inception?March 21, 181)5. , J BUBycmextON. * ?> I Daily,; six5 lhorithB,- $4; Tri-Weekly, 2.50;'Weekly^!50.'? -' * ?> * ' - advertisements Inserted in Daily at $1 a square of nino 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 <n' year, at less rates. Marriages, 'Funend Invita? tions &o., $1. ? i j 1' ,/38*Book and Job Printing of every description faithfully attended to. aoentb. Julius Poppe, Anderson. J. A. Grigsby,: Itidgway. E. A. Scott, Nowberry. H. W. Lawson, Abbeville. A Lioness Whipped by a Donkey. On Wednesday afternoon, while a boy was leading a donkey in front | of the animal cago in tlio gardens of tho Zoological, Society, Cincin? nati, Ohio, a two year-old lioness, in a fit of rage, bounded against the bars, which yielded and let it free'. It immediately bounded on thel donkey, which in the onset was | thrown to the ground, tho boy es? caping with a Blight scratch. I The donkey was terribly lacerated about the neck and hinder parts with the claws and teeth of the lionessj but made quite a brave fight for life, displaying much of the stubornness for which donkeys are proverbial. At first both rolled on the ground, the donkey underneath, but finally the weaker animal succeeded in temporarily, freeing himself, and sinking his teeth in the back of the lioness, gave her a vigorous shaking. When released, the lioness gladly j parted company with the donkey and bounded through the park, carrying consternation to tho curi? osity-seekers who were scattered through the garden. The animal was finally brought down with a load of buck-shot and died in a few minutes. Pope ^Pius IX is a gopd man, and he ought to be.' 'The six white silk capuchins he spoils in a year I cost $80 apiece, his slippers are worth from $25 to $50 a pair, and a pair of his stockings never cost less than $5. Kos. S Broad Street and 109 East Bay Street, CHARLESTON, S. C. First-Class Work OUR SPECIALTY, tex BV us1no CnEAPER CRAPES of 5TOCK, we can FURNISH WORK at LOWEST LIVING PRICES. FINE FASHIOHABLrTsTATIOHEHY, Piries Paper and Envelopes, # Redding and <?all (Invitations ON TUfc tfST ?TOCfc.ANb PRINTED IN THE ?Sept 4_fly IT is the most wonderful medicine ever known, and possesses curative power unequalled in history of remedies. For sale only at HEINITflH'S Drug Store. IN EXCHANGE. CUANO for cotton. The Celebrated Fertil z-rs for Cotton, Cor?. "Wheat and Ti batco REDUCED PRWB.it LIBERAL TERMS! Wilcox. GibbeB & ''o/s Manipulated Guar.o, Prepared at Savannah, Gn., and Charleston, S. (' and W Imported in bulk direct from Ph?nix Islands. South Pacific Ocean. E are offering the above celebrated FERTILIZERS, this season, at considera? bly reduced prices, and give purchasers the option of paying in cotton on the basis of 17 cents for middling, delivered at planters nearest depot, by November 1, 1875, the cotton to be packed in good merchantable bales. By this arrangement the j planter has a guarantee af realizing a good price for his cotton to pay for fertilizers. These GUANOS arc too well known to require comment. Those who have used them know how to appreciate their value; those who have not, as yet, will find, on fair trial, that their liberal use will pay on present cropH, besides being of future benetit to their lands. For further information, call on the undersigned for circu? lars, containing analysis, opinions of planters, Ac. Jan 21 4mo SEIDELS & EZELL. Agent*, Columbia. S. C. S or even House, It. BRADLEY, Proprietor, SAVANNAH, GA. THIS long and favorably known House, pleasantly situated on Johnson Square, having been recently repaired and r< painted, and having all of it*> departments tilled with competent, polite and attentive employees, ?fters t?\ the traveling public comforts un? surpassed by any house in Southern States. Fib 11 Bum o o 00 0 Manufactured by HOLMES, CALDER & CO., Proprietors, Office 20:1 East Bay street. Factory corner Cumberland and Philadelphia stree Oliarleston, JB- O. IMPORTERS and dealers in Lubricating and Taint OILS, WINDOW GLASS and PAINTERS' MATERIAL. Agents for AveriU's Chemical Faint. Prince's Metalic Paint, Rubber and Leather Belting. Feb 25 ifimo ROSE'S HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. C. WM. E. ROSE, Proprietor. son FIRST CLASS HOTEL. o^i\^ _v; . ?&3?iS5iL Fare$2.1 a day, including aej?^'j^J^^t hnnib?s ride. Situated fe*S*-'-=?jg|^-- "near the Capitol and in ?j??RIjf centre cd' business part of ^p^J the city. My Omnibus *?':" of will convey passengers to " 3? and from every train. The ? Ladies' Apartments are complete; entianee on As? sembly street. BILLI? ARD and BATH ROOMS | are all new ;onl in good order. Ap ? Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line! via CHARLESTON, S. O., TO AND FROM BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, \E\V YORK, ROSTOA', AND ALL The New England Manufacturing Cities. THREE times a week from New York- -Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Elegant State Room Accommodations, i Sea Voyage ten to twelve Hour* Shorter, "via Charleston." Total, r capacity 40,000 bales monthly. The South Carolina Railroad Company, And connecting Roads W.eat?..iu alliance with the fleet of thirteen first class Steam bhips to the above ports, invite attention to the quick time und regular despatch | afforded to the business public in the Cotton States at the PORT of CHARLESTON, offering facilities of mil and sea tmnsportation for Freight and Passengers not ex? celled in excellence and capacity at any other port. The following splendid Ocean Steamers are regularlv on the line: TO XE\V YORK. CHARLESTON.James Berry, Commander. JAMES ADGER.T. J. Lockwood, Commander. CHAMPION.B. W. Lockwood, Commander. MANHATTAN.M. S. Woodhull, Commander. ? JAMES ADGER & CO., Agents, Charleston, S. C. GEORGIA.S. (..'rowcll, Commander. SOUTH CAROLINA.T. J. Beckett, Commander. \VM. A. COURTENAY, WAGNER, HUGERA CO., Agents, Charleston. S. C. Sailing Days Wednesdays and Saturdays. TO PHILADELPHIA. Iron Steamships ASHLAND.Alex. Hunte r, Commander. EQUATOR.C. Hineklev. Commander. Sailing Day Friday. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent,*Charleston, S. C. TO BALTIMORE. FALCON.Hainic, Commander. SEA GULL.Dutton, Commander. * PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, S. C. Sailing Days every Fifth Day. TO' BOSTOX. Steamships MERCEDITA and FLAG. Sail every Saturday. JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents, Charleston, S. C. Rates guaranteed as low as those of competing lines. Marine Insurance one-half of one per cent. I Through Bills of Lading- and Through Tickets Can be procured at ull the princiyal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tonnes see and Mississippi. State Rooms may bo secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing the Agents of the Steamships in Charleston, at whose offices, in all cases, tho Railroad Tickets should bo exchanged and Berths assigned. Through Tickets by this route include Transfers, Meals and State Rooms while on ship-board. THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD, GEORGIA RAILROAD And their connecting lines, have largely increased their facilities for the rapid movement of Freight and Passengers between the Northern cities and tho South and West. First Class Eating Saloon at Branchvillo. On tho Georgia and South Carolina Railroads, first class Slee ping Cars. Freight promptly, transferred from the steomors to day and night trains of the South Carolina Railroad.- Close connec? tion made with other roads, delivering Freights at distant points with p: omptness. The managers will use every exertion to satisfy their patrons that the line via Charleston cannot be surpassed in despatch ana the safe delivery of goods. For further information, apply to 1. 'j. Gmetis, Western Agent, Atlanta, Ga.; B. D. Hlsbll, General Agent P. O.iBox 4,979; Office 317 Broadway, N. Y.; 8. B. Pickkhh, General Passgngor and Ticket Agent, South Carolina Railroad; or J. M. Selkirk, Superintendent Great Southern Freight and Passenger Lino, Charleston, S. C. % ? Coming Revolution. . A S tho timo approaches, the "Rushing J\. Sale of Cigars" increases. Only a few days until all will realize what a great change has taken plaeo. Smokers will rejoice oven more than* they do now when they go to PERRY A SLAWSON'S Cigar and Tobacco Store. Coming Revolution. DO not bo frightened, it only ineanB that a great ohango is to take place in the Cigar business of Columbia.' PER? RY A SLAWSON aro preparing 9p it, by rushing off Cigars at prices that startle all who call; but - "Ye little stara, hide Yonr diminished rays." March 26 mm nanu for m mi hats: OUR SUITINGS Arc very ban?ri roe, anl wdi be made t order at LOW PRICES. Mar lo R. St W. C. ?5SVAFFIELD. Grand Central Java Coffee. ITTE aro ageDts ior tbo GRAND CEN W t Ft Ali JAVA COFFEE COMPANY. Their colli e is Hold in pound packages, at thirty cents per pound, and eacA case of siTty'pounds contains a superior eight day clock, which becomes the property ot the lucky purcbaeerwho have the packupe con? tinuing tho ticket which entitles the owner thereof to the clock. 'i he coffee is full value iteelf for the price charged, and the clock is giveu as a prize to induce pur? chasers to try the coffee. Jan 22 * JOHN AONEW A SON Hew Sugar-Cured Hams. 1 C\C\ NKW Y()HK BURar-cured HAUS, LvFv" choice quality, jnet received and tor aale bv JOHN AGNEW & SON. ISM ? <Z* ? ~ 5? ' q b * ? C" ""B o ^- * O *K? ? etc J* = ?T 3 0 - -? r. o > 1 a - 1 z n _ p a>c - =? m ~ S - f B C Q O CQ w c a m CD H o as o f o 1?1 o 05 liANDRETH'g GARDEN SEED! AFULL aabortment jnat received at L. T. SILLIMAN & CO.'H .7an 10 Drujr Store. Mackerel! Mackerel!! TTtTE have just received a full supply of I TT choice MACKEREL, coneietiuR of I Xeir Mess A'0.1. 1. 2 and 3, in barrels, half barrels and kits, which we are offering at greatly reduced prices, at wholesale and re toil. JOHN AONEW & BON. Mhi Opportunity to Obtain a City Residence. 1)181? I BIT Of "N Ai.UAUi.e Improved and Unimproved RE At ESTATE Together with Other Desirarle Property, in Gity of -=^^^T^3E-5S= 1. BRICK STORE?Lot 26x180 feet, on West side Main street, between Blauding and Taylor, valued at.$7,500 00 2. BUILDING LOT, West side Richardson street, be? tween Blanding and Laurel, 20x208 feet. 1,850 00 3. BUILDING LOT, adjoining Lot No. 2, 20x208 feet... 1,850 00 4. COTTAGE HOUSE, half acre lot, containing excellent well of water, with line fruit garden; a delightful residence, on Elmwood avenue, between Gadsden und Wynn streets. 1,800 00 5. BUILDING LOT, on North side of Gervais street, be? tween Assembly und Gates, 69x208 feet. 1,700 00 C. TWO-STORY BRICK BUILDING, lot 74x92 feet, on Gates street, near Pendleton, with every convenience. 1,000 00 7. CARRIAGE and PAIR EXTRA FINE MATCHED HORSES, Harness, Pole and Shafts, Blankets, &c, complete.. 050 00 [One promising four-year old, will trot bis mile in neigh? borhood of three minutes; both good drivers singly.] 8. BUILDING LOT, on East side of Assembly street," be? tween Blanding and Laurel. 800 00 9. BUILDING LOT, on East side of Assembly street, be? tween Laurel and Blanding.%. 800 00 10. COTTAGE HOUSE and lot, corner Gates and Divine streets, 54x108 feet. . 700 00 11. BUILDING LOT, on West side Gates street, between Medium and Pendleton. 12. BUILDING LOT No. 1, half acre, coiner of Hender? son and Indigo streets. 13. BUILDING LOT No. 2. half acre, fronting on Indigo, adjoining Lot No. 1. 200 00 14. BUILDING LOT No. :i, linlf acre, corner Pirkens and Indigo.... . . J 15. BUILDING LOT No. 4, adjoining Lot No. 8, on Pick ens street, half acre. . 10. BUILDING LOT No. 5, half acre, corner Tobacco and Henderson. 17. BUILDING LOT No. G, half acre, on South side To? bacco street, between Pickens and Henderson. 100 00 18. BUILDING- LOT No. 7, quarter acre, on East side Pickens street, between Tobacco and Indigo. 100 00 19. BUILDING LOT No. 8, quarter acre, adjoining No. 7. 20. BUILDING LOT No. 9, quarter acre, adjoining No. 8. 21. BUILDING LOT No. 10, quarter acre, adjoining No. 9 22. DOUBLE CASE GOLD LEVER WATCH. 28. Gentleman's Heaw GOLD CHAIN. 24. Pair Ludy's GOLD BRACELETS. 25. Lady's DOUBLE CASE GOLD LEVER WATCH.... 2G. Lady's SINGLE CASE WATCH. 27. Lady's GOLD CHAIN. 28. DOUBLE CASE STEM WINDING WATCH. 29. DOUBLE CASE ENGLISH LEVER WATCH..*. 30. Lady's DRESSING: CASE. 81. DOUBLE CASE WATCH....1. 300 00 200 00 200 00 200 00 150 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 125 00 75 00 GO 00 50 00 40 00 40 00 35 00 * 35 00 40 00 20 00 Total value of property.$21,820 00 Tickets SK-^lfambez t? lie Issued 4,884. ??-The Holder of each Tic kct will be * Tititled to free mliuiBSion to tbo Musical Entertainment at the Opera House on the Evening of the Distribution of tho Awards. J^-Titlos to tho Property are perfect. Tho Distribution will be under the supervision and direction of a j Committee appointed by tbo Ticket-Holders. Tho money received for Tickets will be immediately deposited in tho Union Savings'Bank, with a list of ticket-holders, and instructions to refund in case Distribution should not take place. It is believed that tho Tickets will bo disposed of rapidly and tho Distribution made at an early date?probably by the middle of April. Tbe only desire of the originators of this project is to dispose of some surplus property, at a fair rate, and in such manner I as to enable any one to procure a site for a home. JULIAN A. 8ELBY, Manager, Columbia, 8. 0. !67~Ticket8 can be obtained at Indian Girl Cigar Store, Columbia Hotel Cigar Store, Wheeler House, California Cigar Store, S, Sheridan's j Grocery Store and the Pnoaux Office, Columbia. Bouth-westorn Ranro?d flank. SHAKEH0LDEB8 having' Proxies in? tended to be used at the Meeting to be held on the 13ch and 14tb of April proximo, are reqotated to lodge them with either ol the following Committee, who will be iu at? tendance at the Hall of the Bank of Chariteton daring the morning of the 13th prox., for the purpose of verifying Proxies. On the f dlowing day, during the election, other duties may prevent the Committee from examining batches of Proxies before the hour for ciocing the polls. L. 0. HENDHICKS, ) Committee. C. P. AIMAB. \ on T. M. WARING, ) Proxies. Mar 13 16 20 23 27 30, A1 S 6 8 10 12 13 14 Annual Meeting ox the Stockholders of the South Carolina Bailroad Company and of the South-west? ern Railroad Bank. CHARLESTON. 8. 0.. Mabcu. 1873, TOE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the South Carolina Railroad and ol , the Houth-weattTn Railroad Bank will be held i? liiin Oil/, i? th? Hall of Mi? Sa?ai Ol CbarleBton, North-east corner of Broad and State streets, ON TUESDAY, April 13th prox., at 11 o'clock A. M. On the day fol? lowing, an election will be held between the huu.ru of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M., for firteen Di rectorB in the Haiiroad Company and thir? teen Directors in the Hunk. A Committee to verify Proxioa will attend. Stockholders will be passed over the ltoad,to and Jrom the Meeting, free of charge. J. B. EMERY. 8ecrotarv. Mar 13 1C 2023 27 30. Al 3 08 10 12 13i4 Notice of Limited Partnership. THE undersigned hereby give notico that tbey have thia day formed a limited partnerthip for the traueaction of a mercantile business in the city of Colum? bia; eaid huainesB to embrace, chiffiy, the wholesale and retail of DRY GOODS, NO? TIONS, BOOTS, SHOES and HATS, at the old stand of R. C. Shiver A Co., under tbo firm name cf JONES, DAVIS &. BOUK N1QHT. DAVID JONES, J. HENRY DAVIS, EDWIN H. BOUKNIGHT, O. BOUKNIGHT. CALEB BOUKNIGHT, as executor of the estate of Robert C. Shiver, deceased, is a special partner in said firm, and has con tributecy hereto the eum of fifteen thou? sand five hundred dollars. Mrs. ANN B. SHIVER in aleo a special partner, and baa contributed to the capital stock of said firm the Bum of ten thousand dollars in cash. Columbia. March 9,1875. Mar 10 wG Greenville and Columbia Bailroad. CHANCE OF SCHEDULE. 1 ON AND AFTER 2 Wednesday, Feb? ruary 10,187o, tbo Passenger Trains over the Greenville and Columbia Railroad will he run daily. (Sundays excepted,) by the following echcdule: MAIN STEM. CP THAIS, NO. 1?COLVMBIA TO CiBEENVILlE. Leave Columbia..;.7.00 a.m. Alston.????.8.45 a.m. Newberry.10.03 a.m. Uokeebury... 1.87 p.m. Belton.v.. 3.20p. m. Arrive Greenville.4 55 p.m. DOWN TRAIN, NO. 4?OBEENVILLE TO COLUMBIA Leave Greenville..'. <>.00a.m. Belton.7.55 a.m. Cokesbur;. 9.85 a. m. Newberry.12.58 p. ra. AlBton.2.85 p. m. Arrive Columbia.x. 4.10p.m. Pa?sengers by Nigbt Train on South Ca? rolina Bailroad connect^ with No. 1. Pas? sengers uv No. 4 connect with Day Train on South Carolina Railroad for Charleston, Augusta, Ac, and with Nigbt Train on the Wilmington, Columbia and Angneta Bail? road for 8umter, Wilmington, Bichmond, Baltimore. Ac, Ac A ndereon Branch and Blue Bidge Jiailroaa. DOWN TBAIN. Leave Walhalla.4.15 a. tn. Seneca City. 4 45 a, m. Perryville.5.00 a. m. Pendleton. 5.50 a. m. Anderson. 0 50 a. m. Arrive Belton. 7.35 a. m. dp TUAIN. Leave Belton. 3 20 p. sa. Anderson.4.20 p. no. Pendleton..'. .. 5.20 p. m. Perry ville. 6.05 p. to, SeneoaCity.6.10 p. m. Arrive Walballa.6.45 p. m. Accommodation Train between Belton and Anderson Trl-Weekly, viz: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satnidxys. No. 2 leave Belton 9 30 a. no.; arrive Anderson 10 SO a. m. No. 3 leave An demon 2 00 p. in.; arrive. Belton 3 p. m. These Trains run Mondcyo whm Court is in session at Anderson. Abbeville Branch Trains. DOWN TRAIN. Leave Abbeville. 8 00 a.m. Arrive Cokesbury.9.10 a.m. cp tbain. Leave Cokesbnry. 140 p.m. Arrive Abbeville.2.85 p.m. Accommodation Train on this* Branch will be run on Mondays, Wednesday a and Fridays. No. 2 leave Cokesbnry at 9.35 a. m ; arrive Abbevillo 10.35 a. m. 'No. 3 leave Abbeville 12.30 p. m.; arrive Cckesbnry 1.35 p. m. Train No. 1, on Main Stun, Columbia to Greenville, stops twenty minntia at Cokesbuiy for Dinner. Train'No. 4. Grf en ville to Colnmlia, ttopu twtntj.-fiva, mi- . nutes at Belton for BieaLfau, aj d twtL.13 minutes at Alston for Diri/tr. THOMAS DODAMEAD, Gen. Sup't. Jabez Norton, Jr., General Ticket Agent. The Short Line Schedule. Charlotte, Colombia & At qdsta B. B Co. Columbia, 8. C. Dec 28, 1874. THE rollowirg Pae ' ebnger Schedule ?111 be I operated on and aft* 1 tbit> datej QoiKO n0bt8 Train No 2 Trsin No 4 Leave Anguafa.9 80ara 415pm Graniteville.. ..10 :0 a m 6.11pm CoVbia JuDct'n. 2 IS p m 1916pm Columbia. 2 45pm 9.17 pm Chester. 6 84 p m ArriveObarlotte. 9 00 pm. No. 2 Train makes close connection, via Charlotte and Riebmond, to all points North, arrivipg at New York 6.05 A. H. - No. 4 Train mnkeo clo?-o connection via Wilmington and Richmond to. all pointo North, arriving at New York at 6 15 P. M. aoijfo hotjt?. Train No 1 Train No 3 I-eavi Charlotte. 8.60 a m Chester.11.03 am Wlnuuboro_.12 88 p m Arrive Columbia. 2 42 p m Leave Colombia...... 2.52 pm 8.40 am Col"bi?JuDct:n.i8 17 Dm 4 in ? m Graniteville ..47.15"pni ?7.48am Arrive Augusts........ 8.05 p ra 8 45 am South bound Trail* connect at Angnata for all points Qootb and West. Through tickets sold and baggage cIn eked to princi? pal point*. -mW Mtcpipg cars on all Nigbt Tisins. JAS. ANDERhlN. OtnnalFup. A. Popg.Gsp.Paesppg?T snd Ticket Agent J)RKSE31UM OUK?X&HWHlTE HOI. SlSeaok; 328 a pair. Cboster County A11 MOTH CORN < nd imported BEL* OIAN OATB. 4 ponndo by mail, $1; peek, 12; J fcnshol. $8; buohol, t5. Clreulara and Sample Packages of Seeds free for tvro stamps. Address 1 N. P. BOYER, Feb 28 tn8 Parkesborg. Chester Co ,P?. City Taxes. PART1E8 having city taxes and license to pay oan bo supplied with OIT1 NOTES, receivable for same, of a diteouni, brapptjingto JOHN AGNEW & BON.