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' ItTia notToU^^ce^ceive a prettier li tile
poem taa? ima? _
Tb? TUrec Callee*.
Moni callelh to a fair boy straying
'Mid golden meadows, rich with clover
t dew; .' -j,
Sbo calla-but bo still thinks of naught
And so hhs smjjee^-and wav?a bim sn
Whilet het.still merry -with ms flowery
Deems not that Morn, ?weet Moan! re?
turns no more.
Noon ebineth-but th? boy to manhood
Heeds not tho time-he sees bat ono
sweet form, , _ * M r
Ono young fair face, from bower of Jas?
And all his loving heart wkh bliss is
So N.^om* unnoticed, seeks the Western
And man forget? thfct Noon rotnrns no
Night tappath gently at a casement, gleam?
With the thin flre-light, nickering faint
and low; " "...
Uy wliich a grey-haired man is Badly
O'er pleasures gone, as all life s pica
sures go! ...
Night calls him to her, and he leaves his
Silent and desolate; and returns no morel
THE CftEftT DROUGHT,
Paulett himself was shaken more
ihau he knew, though he was as
energetic as ever; but Charles was
vigorous and advanced beyond his
y ?vre, 'and took more than his share
ia aiding and in comforting. They
came at last to what hud been sea
coast, and to that part of the road
?whichran along the face of the cliff
overlooking the sea; and hero they
paused upon the strange and wild
?rew before them. Where the sea
had stretched al' glorious in motion,
expanse and color, there was now a
deep valley, the bottom of which was
rough with rocks, black for the most
part, but in places glitter ;ng with the
white" salt from which the water had
evaporated and which the winds had
rolled together. Further out from
the coast, where the sea had been
deepest, there seemed tracks of sand;
and far away over this newly exposed
desert rose other hills, clearly seen
through the unclouded atmosphere
and which they knew to bc- rocks of
France; if they should OJ ' ive there,
what was the hope they offered?
Scarce any-nothiug but moro
pilgrimage. Further wandering, Pau?
lett and Ellen sat apart whUe the
children lay sleeping, side by side,
for an hour or two, at this _ point of
their journey, and talked over the
desolation before them.
"Yet," said Paulett, "the more
terrible is the appearance which
material things put on, the greater I
feel the triumph, of tho spirit to bo.
The worse it looks, tho more immor?
tal I feel; and when a perishing world
shows itself most perishable, I exult
most that you and I, Ellen, have
borne it so far."
"Yes, I am glad too," said Ellen;
.'your strength strengthens me. In
the midst of this desolation the mind
rises, for an hour at least, higher,
perhaps, than it would have ever
done if we had been prosperous."
"Yet we might have used our pros
ferit. tr? the same good end," said
'auk . i, "lt is not necessary to be
miserable in order to be noble. Mil?
lions have died before us-some in
agony; some before tho struggle be?
gan; some hardly; some at ease; they
had all their chances; all hod their
occasions of virtue, if they used
them, and some used them, some
failed; ours is not over yet; we have
to struggle on still; and let us do it,
dear Ellen, and be ready for the good
day when we, too, may be allowed to
die." Atid thus talking for a while,
tiley rested themselves in the sight of
the desert they had to traverse; then,
with renewed strength and steadfast
resolution, when the children woke,
descended the cliffs, and prepared to
trace a path through what had been
the bottom of the sea. The first part
of the journey was infinitely difficult;
the rocks over which the foot of man
had never passed; the abrupt preci?
pices over which had flowed the even
surface of the ocean, and then tho
height to climb again, again to find
themselves on ledges and shelves of
rock; all these seemed, at times,
hardly passable impediments. And
when they got to a distance from
what had been the shore, the unna?
tural place "v here they found them
F'dvea pressed upon the imagination.
lhere was a plain of sand, about
which, at irregular distances, rose
rock-5, which,.."North and South,
stretched out beyond the reach of the
eye; and this saud, which had been at
such a depth that'it never felt the
influence of the ^ives, was covered,
in places, with shells, tho inhabitants
of which Lad perished when the wa?
ters gradually died away. There lay,
raised with these, somo skeletons of
fi9hes; here a huge hcup, and there
small bones, which looked less terri?
ble; and masses of sea-weed, dried
and colorless,- under which, as it
Deemed, the creeping things of the
ocean bad sheltered for a while, and
come had' crawled to the surface when
about to perish. But it was not only
the brote creation which Lad died
here; there was, in the middle, a p?e
of rocks, on one side of which they
cams suddenly to a pit, so deep and
dark that they perceived n^ bottom;
and here, probably, there had been
sea-water longer than ebowhere, for
there were human bose, aboutit, and
tOfculls of men, and human garbs,
which the sun had faded, bot which
."yera not disturbed by waves. There
was a cord and a metal jar attached to
it, for lowering into the pitt but Pau?
let!, as ho looked at the attitudes of
the IMSsani?gmkeletong. and observed
how they seemed distorted in death,
fancied that they mnst have brought
np either poisoned water, or waters
BO intensely salt as to drive them mad
with the additional thirst; and that
some had died on tho instant, some
had lingered, some had sought to
succor otb?rs, aud yielded, sooner or
later, to the same influence. Ellen
and he would not dwell on the sight
after the first contemplation of it;
they passed on, shuddering, and
made toward the great wall of rock
which they saw rising to the South,
and which must be on their way to
the land of France. But before they
reached it, the sun began to decline;
and without light it wa? in vain to
attempt to seek a path. Thoro was a j
wind, keener thau they bad felt of
late, which came from the West, and
the little Alice pressed on her father's
bosom to shield her from it. He
wrapped her clossr in a cloak, and
they resolved to put themselves under
the shelter of the first rock they
reached, and pass the night in the
channel of the sea. They pressed on,
and farand, at last, the place they
sought-a cliff which must once have
raised its head above thc waves, aud
which now stood like some vast pa?
lace walls, bare and hnge, upon the
ocean sand. Screened from the wind,
they collected an abundance of the
dried vegetation of tho sea, partly for
warmth and to roast their corn, partly
for Paulett to dissolve some of tho
diamonds into water; and here they
rested, here they slept, many fathoms
below that lovel over which navies
used to sail. At times during the
night Paulett faucied, when the wind
abated, that he heard a sound like
thunder, or like what used to bo tho
rushing of a distant torrent; aud oc
! casionally he thought ho felt a vibra?
tion in tho earth, as if it were shaken
by some moving body. Tho rogiou
he was in was so strange that he
knew not what might be hero or
what about to happen; the sounds so
imperfect that he tormented himself
to be sure of them, or to bo sure
they were not; and when the time for
action came, he was beginning to
disbelieve them altogether, but Alice
brought ail back again by saying:
"My rock," (for her cradle was a
rock,) "shook my head, father."
Tho child could explain herself no
further; but the vibration he had
faucied seemed to be what she had
felt. And now they climbed again,
and again descended, weary, rock
after rock; it was a strange chaos,
which the tides had swept and mould?
ed, and which had, in places, risen to
the surface and caused the wreck of
many a vessel. Fragments of these
lay under the rock they had split
upon, but the wandering family had
no thoughts for them; wonder and
pity had been exhausted among ex?
citing and terrific scenes. They
thought only of forcing their way
over the rocks; and feared to think
how much of this they had to tra?
verse beforo they should come to
what had been the shoro and to
Suddenly, as they toiled forward,
Paulett said in a low voice to Ellen,
?Don't you hear it?"
"I have heard it a long time," said
Ellen, in the same tone; aud Charles,
as well as they, said, "Father, what
"I can't tell, my boy," said Paulett.
"Water?" askod Ellen.
Paulett shook his head, yet they all
pressed forward, and there grew a
thundering, sullen sound. There
was a valley aud a ridge of rock
before them, and they had to clam?
ber first down tho rugged proc-ipict
they wore upon, thou to cross the
valley, and then to struggle up thc
opposite side-a trembling motion
growing perceptible as they ad?
vanced-beforo they stood ou a sort
of a broad ledge, which they per
ceived at tho angles that jutted out
went down straight iuto a depth, anti
opposite which was another broad
table land of rock, between whicl:
and that they were upon was a rent,
wider and narrower in tho varioui
parts, and running along, as far a:
they could see, to right and left
Paulett rushed on to the briuk, ant
stood looking. He put his hand on
to keep Ellen back, when ho hear,
her close behind; but sho alsosprauj
to the edge, and when she had seeu
turned to catch Charles in her arms
Rushing past was a torrent, but uo
water. It was dark, thick, pitchy; i
sent up hot streams to the edge; i
was one of the secrets of nature
laid bare when the ocean wa
taken away. Fire seemod to tx
at work below, for occasionally i
would boil with more violence, am
rushed on with un increased, in
<-reasing noise, then sullenly fall bael
to the first gloomy sound. It bewilder
ed the sense; and though it coull
threaten no more than death, yet i
was death with so many horror
around it that the body aud miui
both shrank ?rom it. How was i
possible, too, to cross it? Yet thei
way lay over it, for behind was cei
tain destruction, and before it wa
not yet proved impossible that the
might find the element of watet
Paulett felt that it would not do t
huger on the brink; he drew hi
family away from tho sight, and h
himself went up aud down to fin
some narrower place, and som
means by which to make a bridg
over the abyss; and it was not ti
I ttxeix assistance could avail him thx
lie returned Ipr them and brought
them to the place ichera he hoped to
get over. It waa a fearful point, for
in order to reach ?. space narrow
enough to hare a chance of- throwing
a plank over, it was necessary to go
down the broken aide ol the precipice
some twenty feet, and there, high
above tho seething lava, to cross on
such a piece of wood as could be got
to span the abyss, and then clamber
up the ragged opposite side. Panlett
had been down to the point he
selected, and bad got timber, which
a wrecked vessel had supplied, to the
edge, so that Ellen and Charles might
push a plank down to him, and he
might try, at least, to cast it to the
opposite bank. His head was steady,
his hand strong. No one of them
spoke ?word while he stood below,
steadying himself to receive the
plank. Ellen's weak arm grew
powerful, her wit was ready with
expedients to aid him in thi9 neces?
sity; her frame and spirit were strung
to the very uttermost, and she was
brave and silent, -doing all that cOuld
be done. No word was spoken till
Pan lett said: "I have done it," and
Ellen and Charles had seen him place
the plank and secure it on his own
side of the abyss with stones. Then
they held their breath, beholding
him cress it; but his firm foot carried
him safely, nnd he heaped stones on
thc other side also. He came over
again, sprang up the side, and now
smiled and spoke.
"After all, it is but a mountain
torrent, Ellen," he said, "and the
water -would have destroyed us like
yonder seething flood; yet, wo have
crossed many ?? one and feared
nothing. Now, Charles, shall go !
over; then Alice, and he shall take
caro of her; and then my Ellen. The
ground beyond is better; we shall get
on well after this. "
Ellen took the girl in her arms, and
stood, uot trembling, not weeping,
seeing and feeling every motion; all
was safo that time, agaiu. Charles
was on the opposite bank, and his
father waved his hand to Ellen. He
came hack for Alice, whom her mo?
ther tied on his shoulders, for hands
as well as feet were wanted to scram?
ble down and up the banks. And
now Ellen followed to the brink, and
forgot, in watching her husband and
child pass over, that the block tor?
rent was seething beneath her eyes, j
When they were quite safe, she felt
again that it was there, and that her
eyes were growing dizzy, and her
hands involuntarily grasping about
for support. She did not take time
to feel more, but sprang upon the
plank, and over it, and found Pau?
letta hand seizing ber's, and drawing
her up tho opposite bank.
And once there, with all three
round ker, she burst into tears-tears
which had not overcome her through
many miseries-and embracing them
alternately, blessed them, that they
were all so far safe. Paulett suffered
this emotion to spend itself before he
said that he must cross the plank
again. To be more at liberty to
assist them, he had left the diamonds
on tho other side till they should be j
over. Ellen offered no remonstrance.
Tho times had so schooled them all
that selfish or unreasonable thoughts
either did not come at all, or were
suppressed at once; and she did not
oppose, even with a word, this neces?
sary step. But tho renewal of fear
after the excited energy had subsided !
did her more harm than all that had
gone before; and she stood on the j
brink exhausted, yet palpitating again
while Panlett made the passage. He
himself * .is wearied; but he had
reached ?ie plan and was npon it
on his Way back in safety, when one
of those ebullitions which stirred tho
dark fluid began running dowu the
cleft rock, and with stunning noise |
sent np dark and clouding vapor. I
Paulett seemed suffocating-lie could i
not be h card-he could just be seen- !
he reeled! Has ho fallen? Oh! he
has fallen! No, no! he has got his
footing again; he forces l^imself up
thc bank; he is safe-but tho dia- I
monds are in tho bottom of the pit.
[ TO BE CONTINUED. 1
C. V. MELTON. R. W. SHAXD. S. W. 2IELTON.
MELTON &* SH AND,
Attornm at Law and Solicitors ia Equity,
UNIONYTLLE, S. C.
OFFICE (for tho present) in tho base?
ment of the Court IIouso.
ALARGE OAKDEN, with a hot-bed;
also, TEN ACHES OF LAND, mora or
less, with a Barn, Carriago or Wagon
House, and a large, Stahlo. For terms,
apply ni Stark's Hill, or to Mayor THEO.
STARK._August 22 w
SOLE, Upper, Harness and Band LEA?
THER, fur sale low for cash by
J. K. DAVIS,
_Aug 15 wf8?_Monticello, S. C.
State South Carolina-Richland Dist.
Ru Jacob Belt, Ordinary of raid HL^lrici.
WHEREAS Douglas B. DeSaussuro,
Commissioner in Equity for the Dis
triet and Htato aforesaid, hath applied to
me for letters of administration^! all and
singular tho goods and chattels, rights
and credits of William K. Stewart, late of
the city of Baltimore, in the State of Mary?
Those aro, tiierefore, to cite and admonish
all and si;igular tho kindred and creditors
of the Haiti deceased, to be and appear be?
fore mc, at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District, to be holden at Columbia
ou Friday, the seventeenth day of Sep
temhor next, at ton o'clock a. m., to show
cause, if any, why the said administration
should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal of tho Court,
this aixth day of August, in the year
of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred
and sixty-six, and in the ninety-first
year of American independence.
Auj 9 w5 Ordinary Richland Dist.
Gen'I Sup'ts Office, C. & 8. C. B. B.,
COLUMBIA, 8. O., Anovai 25,186?.
ON ?nd siter September l, the LOCAL
FREIGHT and PASSENGEB TARIFFS
over thia Road wiR be reduced aa fellows,
Columbia lo Charlotte.
let class Freight.75 cents per 100 lbs.
2d *. x .60 " ?* 41 "
3d ?? .40 " " ** .?
Passenger fare $7.00 through- corres?
ponding rates to intermediate stations.
Through Tickets sold to all points North
at reduced rates.
JAMES ANDERSON, Bnp't.
TRl-WEEKLY HACK USE
Between Laurens and Newberry.
ON and after MONDAY,
/r$EkL?^-the 18th instant, the HACK
a?s?g?*E5CwiU connect with the np
train on the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS aud SATURDAYS; with the
down tiain, on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS. *
Thus passengers can bo carried through
from Columbia to Laurens in ONE DAY.
Passengers arriving by tho Hack at Lau?
rens O. H., can alwayB find conveyances to
go out into tho country bv calling on T. B.
or J. CREWS.
Thc Laurena Railroad is now completed
to Martin's Depat, 16 miles above Newberry
C. H., and a train wiR be run tri-wcukiy, in
connection with the haeks.
Every comfort is afforded passengers
which could be expected on a stage line.
Laurens. August 19. T. B. CREWS.
? New and Grand Epoch
HUS ABBE) SALVE !
THESE wonderful medicines are now so
familiar to thc people that but little
endorsement of their valno as a physic
need bo made. The Pills of Dr. Maggiel
contain no mineral. They db not gripe,
and they do not enfeeble the system by ex?
treme purging. They are universal in
CREATING A VIGOROUS APPETITE!
And correspondingly strengthen tho diges?
tion. They tone tho liver, clear the head
and steady"the nerves. To those who are
not familiar with the usc of
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILES?
! As an an ti-bili i on? remedy, the follow i ng
extracts from various letters will be, it is
hoped, of sufficient importance to justify
the quoting of them herc:
WUAT TUK PATIENTS SAY OF
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE.
"The host Pills for headache I ever had."
"My liver works like an engine,-thanks
to your Pills."
"I am pleased to say to you, Dr. Maggiel,
that I would not be without a box of your
Pills for culing mo of morning nausea for
"You will fiud enclosed fl. Your Pills
are only 25 cents, but I CMiisiderJtheru worth
to mc fl."
"DEAK DOCTOR: My tongue had a fur on
it every morning like tho back of a cat.
Your Pills took it away."
"I took half a pill and crushed it to pow?
der, and gave it in jelly to my little babe
j for cholera morbus. The dear little pet
was well in three hours after."
"I suppose it ia hardly worth while to tell
you my burned foot has'got well from the
usc of your Salve. Enclosed find 25 cents
for another box to keep in the house."
"Send me another box of Salve."
' Enclosed find 75 cents for two boxes oi
your Maggiel's Pills and ono of Salve."
"Tho most gentle, yet searching, medi?
cine I ever swallowed."
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
j Are. almost universal in their effects, and a
cure can bo almost alway* guaranteed.
FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
I Nothing can be more productive of curt
I than these Pills. Their almost magic in>
! fiuence is felt at once; and tho usual con?
comitants of this most distressing disease
j are removed. Theso remedies are mad?
from the purest
They will not harm tho most delicato fe
! male, and can be given with good effect ir
> prescribed doses to the youngest babe.
And all eruptions of tho skin, the Salvo i?
most invaluable. It docs not heal exter?
nally alone, but penetrates with the mos:
J searching effects to the very root of the evil
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
j INVARIABLY CUKE THE FO LIX? WI NO DISEASES
Asthma, j Headache,
I Rowel Complaints, ? Indigestion,
Coughs, i Influenza,
j Colds, I Inflammation.
Chest Diseases, | Inward Weakness,
Cosa veness, I Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia. ? Lowness of Spirit?,
Drops v, Rheumatism,
Debilita Salt Rheum,
Fever and Ague, Scalds.
i Skin Diseases,
Koch Ilox Contain* 12 Pills.
One Pill is a Dose.
j NOTICE.- None genuine without tho en
i graved trade mark around each pot or hos
I signed by DR. J. MAGGIEL, New York, t
counterfeit which is felony.
S?"Sold by all respectable dealers ii
medicines throughout tho United State
and Canadas, at 25 cents per box or pot
FISHER A HEINITSH, Columbia, S. C.
j July 29_ly
I Stallion John Morgan,
_ THE Blooded Stallion, JOH]
I TL-^^MORGAN, will stand tho Fa
j JI'SSvA "^season in Columbia, commencin
! ULfcJ Oil the 15th inst., fur $20 cash o
I first service; or $30, if not paid by the ls
October. Groom's fee, $1.00 in advance.
JOHN is a handsome dark-brown horst
eight years old; fifteen hands and tw
inches high; sired by "Sailor Boy," wh
was by "Jim Cropper"," ono of old Si
Archy's best sons; his dam by "Whip,
out of a fine Morgan mare. He* can trot
milo in three minutes, but has never bee
trained; has tho kindest disposition, an
is very sure._Aug 7 Imo
BELTING AND PACKL?GT
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
INDIA RUBBER BELTING.
Hemp and India Rubber PACKING.
A good assortment of tho above in stor
and for sale low for cash bv
July 25_J?HN C. DIAL.
Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred or thousand, at
Marsh 2 PHiENIX OF BICH.
CHARLOTTE & S. C. RAILROAD,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., August 31,1866.
ON and after BUNBAY, 2d September,
THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS,
making doge connection*, will be run over
thia road aa follows:
Leave Columbia at... . 7.50 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.2.50 a. m.
Leave Charlotte at.9.20 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia at. 4.20 a. m.
Sept 1 JAB. ANDERSON, Sup't. _
Schedule over South Carolina E. R.
GENERAL SUFIS OFFICE.
CHAKT^STO?, H. C., Aug. 2?, 18G6.
ON and after SUNDAY,September 2, the
Passenger Trains of thia road will run
tho .following sch od ole:
Leave Charleston.5.30 a. m.
Arrive at Augusta. 2 p. m.
Leave Augusta.10.30 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston. 7 p. m.
Leave Charleston.10.50 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 7.40 p. m.
Leave Columbia. 4.S0 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston. 1.30 p. m.
Sept 1_H.T. PEAKE, Gen'l Sup't.
Notice to Travelers.
THOSE going or returning from the
North should take the Wilmington
routo to Weldon and Bav Linc to Balti?
more, or ri? Richmond to baltimore. Dis?
tance via Raleigh, S32 miles to Weldon: by
Wilmington, 35s miles-over which route
the great mails aro transported. Splendid
sleeping cars are. running and the best
rolling stock now in the Southern countiy.
Snre connections. Through Tickets and !
Through Baggage Chock?.
Richmond to Kingsville, cia Greens?
Richmond *o Kingsville, Tin Wil?
S. L. FREMONT,
Aug 14 Imo_Engineer and Snp't. _
To and from the North.
THROUGH FREIGHT AIR LINE!
Via the North Carolina Railroad and
ita Connecting Lines.
BY THROUGH FREIGHT ARRANGE?
MENTS, through receipts are given
from Columbia and all points on the Char?
lotte and South Carolina Railroad, to New
York, Boston. Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Portsmouth, Norfolk, Petersburg and Citv j
Point, at exceedingly LOW RATES.
Lower, willi more despatch and with \
less insurance than aray other line.
See agents and ship your goods by the !
following linea, and no other-care of Rail- |
road Agent, Portsmouth, Va.:
From New York.-Atlantic Coast Mail
Steamship Company, LIVINGSTON, FOX !
A CO., Ageuts; office No. Hs Liberty street, j
Shipping Point, Pier No. 3t>, North River, :
From Boston.-Boston and Norfolk ;
Steamship Company, A. SAMPSON, Agent, j
and of Central Wharf, Boston.
From Philadelphia. -Philadelphia and
Norfolk Steamship Company, W. P. CLYDE I
.t CO., Agents, No. 14 North Delaware |
From Baltimore.-Baltimore Steam
Packet Company, fold Ray Line,) 1.. P.
PARKS, Agent, fisjt of Union Dock, and
bv Brandt's Line.
?yTHIS LINE GIVES MORE DE-,
SPATCH THAN ANY EXPRESS COMPA
NY, and at about ONE-FOURTH THE
COST. Aug 7 Imo i
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHANG?: OF TIME!
ON and after SUNDAY, June 10, 18CG, ;
trains will run as follows:
Leave Charlotte at 11.15 p. m. and 4.30
Tho 11.15 p. m. train makes quick eon- i
motions with train- for 111 ? - North at Ra- j
leigh, and is tho
QUICKEST AND MOST COM- I
FORTABLE ROUTE TO ALL
POINTS NORTH AND WEST i
FROM COLUMBIA!! i
MO- THROUGH TICKETS can be had at !
Charlotte to all tho Northern cities.
E. WILKES. ;
June 0 * Engineer and Super't. j
GREAT TIHWIGI! BOLTE MIBTI1! !
Via Richmond and Danville Rail?
road, from Greensboro, N. C., via
Danville and Richmond, Va., to
Washington, Baltimore, Philadel?
phia ana New York.
THE traveling public aro informed that '
this line is now fahy open, by the com- j
pletion of the Charlotte and South Caroli?
na Railroad between Columbia and Char?
lotte, ev THROUGH TICKETS can ho
purchased at tho Ticket Ofjce of tho Char?
lotte and South Carolina Railroad, at Co?
lumbia. THOMAS DODAMKAD,
Sup. Richmond and Danville R. R.
_ Jupo 29_
South Carolina Railroad Company.
M&5S5t*dit*38S?Z3B& SaeZ ^a'J'
RECEIVING AND FORW'RD G DEPT,
CHARLESTON, Juno 25, ifc?G.
THE South Carolina Railroad Company
having re-established its Receiving
and Forwarding Office, Merchandize ami
Produce consigned to its Agent, from the
interior to Northern ports and from North?
ern ports to tho interior, will bo cared for
and shipped to the point of destination.
Consignments to bo forwarded bv sea
must always be accompanied by bills of
lading and letter of advice, with instruc?
tions to insure, if desired.
June 28 K N. FULLER, B. A F. Ag't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GEN E SUPEEINTENDTS OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, May 26, 1866.
ON and after MONDAY next, 28th inst.,
tho Passenger Trains will run daily
(Sundays excepted) until farther notice, as
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a. m.
" Alston at.945 "
" Newberry at.11.35 '*
Arrive at Abbeville at.4.50 p. m.
" at Anderson at.7.10 "
M at Grocmrille at.8.10 "
Leave Greenville at. . 5.55 a. in.
" Anderson at.6.55 "
" Abbeville at. 9.20 "
" Newberry at.2.45 p. m.
Anira at Alston at.4.2j "
*' at Columbia at.7.10 "
May 27 J. B. LASSALLE, Gen Sup.
JOHN IZARD MIDDLETON,
Shipping and Commission Merchant,
NO. 7 SOUTH STREET, BALTIMORE,
ATTENDS to tho purchase of GRAIN,
FLOUR, GUANO, Ac, and Hale of
COTTON, LUMBER and SOUTHERN
Refera ?o Messrs. Lambert Gittings A
Co., Mordecai A Co., Baltimore; Caskie A
Brothers, Richmond; Gourdin, Matthiee
sen A Co., Porcher & Henry, Cohen, Hanc
kel A Co., J. D. Aiken A Co., Charleston, S.
C.; Gourdin, Matthjessen A Co., Savannah ;
Fishe? A Lowrance. Columbia, S. C.;
Mayes A Martin, Newberry C. H., S. CV
1 " Aug 29_ajag
M and Winter ?rapor?tien-lS66.
MILLIMB? AXD STRAW GOODS.
IMPORTERS and Jobbers of RIBBONS,
BONNET SILKS and SATINS, VEL?
VETS, RUCHES, FLOWERS, FEATHERS.
Straw Bonnets, Ladies' Hats, trimmed and
untrimmed, Shaker Hoods,
Ko. 237 and Lr ft* of 239 Ballimore St.,
Offer a stock unsurpassed in tho United
State? in variety and cheapness.
Orders solicited and prompt attention
given. Terms cash. Ang 25 *lmo
New York Advertisements.
L. C. CLARKE,
OF COLUMBIA, S. C.,
200 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
"VT TILL give prompt attention to anv
W commissions entrusted t?-him; wfb
buy anything from a lady's hat or dress to
a steam engine, or well anything from a
barrel of apple-jack to a crop of cotton or .
Refers to Hou. E. Louis Lowe, of Mary?
land, B6 Wah street; Hon. W. F. DeSaue
sure, Columbia, S. C.; Major John Cun
?ninghai i, Savannah, (ia.; Col. R. F. Floyd,
Jacks? ?Ile, Fla.
A So; hern registry of city visitors open
at mv uilice. Sept 1 6
MW BE WIT
Some Soaps burn your lingera,
Some your clothing, and
AU melt like dew before a .Inly sun.
The Savon de Terre Cb.'s Dark Brown
WON'T DO EITHER!
On the eontrarv, it is
Pleasant to the hands,
Harmless to your clothing, and
"STANDS LIKE A STOMWALL"
nnillS article is made from a natural pro
I duct, and is in every way superior to
the ordinary Family Soaps. Besides its
superior cleansing qualities, it softens
goods and brightens colors without injury
to either. One pound cijnal tt> one and a
half of ordinary soap. A saving of 50 per
cent. Send for* circular*. Sold (ty the tr adie
net.'ly. es~ PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 32
VESEY STREET, NEW YORK.
M. B. STAFFORD, President.
J11 ly 8_mw3mo
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
I710B the sale of COTTON, COTTON
; YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
.Vc., and for the purchase of Merchandize
generally, 6C Pearl Street, Neto York.
Consignments to us from every point in
the South fully protected by insurance as
soon ay shipped. July 14 ly
.1. E. STENHOUSE, ALLAN MACAULAY.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN sEcumrms i
Bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE BROTHERS & CO.,
NO. 16 WALL STREET. NEW YO HE.
MONEY received on deposit from bauks,
hankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, G' vernment and other Secu?
rities executed at tho regular Stock Ex?
change by a nieniher of the tirm. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited. April 8
DE Wm C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECXXt.
CYR TTS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTET?.
J*AMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE F?lIXDRl
?TOS. 28, SO and 32 Centre street, (corner
J of Beads street,) New York. Thetype
on which this paper is printed is from the
above Foundry. Nov 18
Cuna r Broome Street and Boieery, N. Y.
THIS house, capable of accommodating
three hundred guests and kept on the
European plan, is centrally located, and
near to all points. City cars pass the
Motel to all tho Ferries,"Railroad Depots
and places of Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms. $1.00 per dav;
double, *2.00. J. F. DARROW A CO., *
Jan 14 lj'_ _ Proprietors.