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Ktulcjr Swmlny. .
Again the Lord of lifo and light
Awakes tho kindling ray;
Unseals tho oye-Kda of the morn,
And pours increasing day.
Ob, what a night was that which wrapped
The heathen world in gloom;
Oh, what a san which broke this day
Triumphant from the tomb.
This day be grateful homage paid,
And loud hosannas sung;
Let gladness dwell in every heart,
And praise on evory tongue.
Ton thousand differing lips shall join
To bail this welcome morn,. **
Which scatters blessings from its whigs
To nations yet unborn.
Jesus, tho friend of human kind,
With strong compassion moved,
Descended Uko a pitving God, *
To save tho souls He loved.
The powers of darkness leagued in vain
To bend his BOUI in death;
.Ho shook their kingdom when He fell,
With his expiring breath.
Not long the toils of boll oould koop
The hopo of Judah's line, t
Corruption nevor could take hold
On aught so much divine.
And soon his conquoring chariot wheels
Ascend the lofty skies,
WhUo broke, beneath bis powerful cross,
Death's iron scoptro lies.
Exalted high at God's right band,
And Lord of all .below:
Through Him is pardoning lovo dispensed,
And boundless blessings flow.
And still for orrmg, guilty man
A brother's pity nows,
And still his bleeding heart is touched
With memory of our woes.
To Thee, my Saviour and my King,
Glad homage let mo give,
And stand prepared, like Theo, to die,
With Thee that I may live.
How impressive, how monitory-I
had' almost said, how irresistible, is .
this teaching? Cost back your
thoughts to a period of a century ago,
and who then filled ? the spheres of !
lifo which we at this moment occupy?
The representatives of each one of :
ni!-in whatsoever pursuits we fol?
low, in whatsoever positions, social
or commercial, we now hold. Such
as wo are, they were. They were
fathers, they were mothers, they were
children, they were brothers and sis?
ters, they were friends and associates;
but t\ip places that knew them well,
know them no more; the familiar
voices that called to them, and they
answered, aro silent; they thought
only to live-they thought not to die;
life was their reality, aud they lost
it; death was their dream, and they
found it; all tho days that they lived
wero thirty, forty, fifty, or?ighty, or
ninety years, and they died. There
was thelman of wealth, with'this plans
and projects, his anxieties and toils,
his ships and merchandize, his houses
and lots many; bo gathered and ho
bnilded; he builded houses for his
children, and portioned them; ho
had muoh goods laid up for many
years, and ho said to his soul, "?Soul!
toko thine ease, eat, drink and be
merry;" but thc day came at last, or
the night carno, in which it was said,
"This day, this night, thy soul shall
be required of thee?" There was tho
man of fashion and pleasure; ho pos?
sessed and ho expended, or he was
lavish of that which was not his own;
he was anxious for notice, and in?
trigued f?r success; he put on gay
habiliments, and hurried to tbe feast
and the dance; the theatre know him;
the/evel saw him; the giddy whirl of
pleasure heard his foot-steps; but
what-lo! what is this! A marble
silence-a collin-a pall! He stirs
not beneath its awful fold; he hears
not the voice of his gay companion,
that says, "Poor fellow! he is gone!"
There was the man of professional
ambition; be studied, and gained
stores of learning; ho studied argu?
ments, and expounded them; he
wrote books, and published them; he
got fame, and men said that ho was
"a great man." Where are his say?
ings and doings now? his cases and
his tenures? his new theorems, his
controversies, his speeches? Perhaps
you will find them among moulder?
ing pamphlets in tho library of some
Historical Society. Perhaps they
Unger yet in the breath of men's
speech as a by-gone fame. It" was my
fortune to witness tho awful chango
that passed over such a one, in this
very city; one whom a shaft rises to
commemorate, by this very way?
side in yonder 'grave-yard. One
week I saw bim iu all the splendor
of bis eloquence; the next week, as I
walked, I saw a funeral procession
and there were borne tho remains of
one who was called tho Cicero of bis
order! So passes away this world,
and we pass away with it. Such as
we are, those, who have gone but a
little before us, were. And such ns
they are, we soou shall be. Nothing
car stay our course. No hoard of
gold, nor crown of honor, nor crowd
of cares, nor pressure of engagements,
nor thronging visions of coming pros?
perity, nor momentous crises of
affairs, can ward off tho inevitable
The American Artisan illustrates a
device for a combined water-cooler
and filter, the distinctive feature of
which is that the ice cools tho water
without coming in contact with it.
Thc defect in tho water-coolers hith?
erto made is that tho melting ice
mingles with the water, so that drink?
ing it only aggravates thirst in the
samo manner that putting snow in
the mouth aggravates it. Ice water
is a dangerous and unsatisfactory in?
dulgence iu hot weather, but tho
melted ice, and not tho coldness,
makes it so. American ingenuity has
done a good thing, if it has remedied
the trouble. !
Hon. James H. Knowlton, ons of
our most eminent "Western Advocates1,
met with the following. perplexing
adventure in hi* early practice in
A stranger came into his office
and abruptly informed him that his
wife had deserted him, and wished
to .have her replovied at once. Knowl?
ton told him that that remedy would
not meet his case exactly, and went
on to inform him that if he would
be patient until tho desertion had
continued a year, he could obtain a
divorce. The stranger said he did
not know as he wanted a divorce.'.
What he .most feared was that hie
wifo would rnn him in debt all over
"In that case," said Knowlton,
"you had better post her."
What his ?lient understood him
to mean by posting, remain? a mys?
tery to this day. He said in a nicdi
"tativo' way, that he didn't know
where she had gone, and besides, that
she was fully as strong as he was,
?nd he didn't believe ho could post
her, even if ho knew where to find
Knowlton hastened to inform him
that by posting his wifo ho meant
putting a notice in a newspaper,
saying: "Whereas my wife Ellen
has left my bed and board without
"But that ain't true," interrupted
the client-"that ain't true. She
didn't leave my bed, she took it
away with her."-Knickerbocker.
A youngster came homo affer hav?
ing a glorious time in the puddles,
his face all aglow*, and his rubber
boots full of water. The punishment
of staying in tho house for tho
remainder of the dav did not seem
very hard at first; but as his Ut tie
heart warmed up with tho recollection
of the triumphs of the morning,
whon he waded deeper than any of
his playmates had dared to, he could
bear the restraint no longer, and went
to his mother, saying: ''Please, mo?
ther, whip mo, and let me go out
An old gentleman-thought to be a
member of the Legislature from tho
"rural districts"--went into Trinity
Ghurob, at Eos to ?. Sunday after- J
noon, while Bev. Mr. Gallaudet. was
repeating tho service to tho deaf I
mutes, by signs, etc. After atten?
tively watching tho proceedings a few
moments, he rose from his seat, took
his hat and cane and started for the
door, and, as he passed out, shook
his head reproachfully at tho sexton
and mustered, "I can't stand them
An ; Irishman, in describing Ame?
rica, said: "You . might roll Eng?
land thru- it, an' it wouldn't mako
a dint in the ground; there's fresh
water oceans iqBido that they might
drouu O nhl Ireland in; and .as far
Scottland, yo might stick it in a
corner, and yo'd never bo able to
find it out, exc?t v it might be by
tho smell of tho whiskey."
. A boy of six summers surprised
his mother with the remark: I have
threo fathers!". "Who are they?"
was the maternal inquiry.- "My
father who buys my clothes is one,
George Washington, tho father of
our country, is another; and "Our
Eather who art in Heaven?" is
another!" Turning to his littJo-sis?
ter ho said: "If you are not a
good girl, God won't be your father."
Surely the Creator is not infinite
only, but an infinity of infinities. An
earth full, a sky full, a heaven full of
truths aro around ns, and before us,
upon tho extr?me margin of which
we are. just entering. How can
such a world produce a dogmatizer
or a bigot?
It is the first bold act of determi?
nation that commits tho soul to ways
of better life. The courage that fails
there falters forever, and -produces
tho procrastination which has been
the ruin of thousands.
THREE months from dati*, application
will he made for renewal of CERTIFI-,
CATE No. 67, for 13 shares in tho Augusta
and Columbia Railroad, dated- Juno 18,
18t!G, the crigmal having been lost or mis?
laid. G. G. NEWTON.
Richland District-In Equity.
Maria L. Bowers vs. Susannah E. Bowers,
Wm. G. Bowers, et al.
THE creditors of tho late Goorgo 9. BoW
ors aro directed, in pursuance of the
decretal order to that effect, to appear be?
fore me, in my ofliee, on or beforo tho 10th
day of Juno next, ami provo their claims.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. lt. D.
March 10 ctd3mo
ALL MERCHANTS aro reimest cd to
call and mako their quarterly returns,
and nettle up for tho first quarter, which
was due on the first day of April, 18<>7.
This tax is required to bo collected and
paid over, during tho month of April, to
tho Treasurer of the State.
THOS. H. WADE, T. C. R. D.
April 17 f3_
Notice to Tax-Payers*
ASSISTANT ASSESSOR'S OFFICE,
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE,
CobUMMA, S. C., April 16, 18(17.
ALL persons in this Division uro hereby
notified to como forward immediately,
and mako RETURNS of their INCOMES
for tho year 1800. Tho law requiros that
every ono shall make rotnrns, although
their income does not exceed tho amount
exempt by law. BRYANT BAILEY,
Assistant Assessor Sub-Division No. 2,
April 17 6_Tliird Collection Dist.
Garden Rakes, Hoes
And Garden Implements.
AFULL supply of GARDEN RAKES,
GARDEN HOES, GARDEN FORKS.
SPADES. SHOVELS, TROWELS, Ac, on
hand and for salo by
March 3 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
AT A VERY SHALL ADVANCE ON FIBST COST ! ! !
From , Diyect Importers and Manufacturers !
Cheaper than tho Cheapest.
SHOES, HATS AND CLOTHING !
Surprisingly Cheap. At
S. H. MITERS & OCX'S,
April 16 fa y \j Opposite ruins City Hotel.
fJl?TI o i 7 CE WT i o?l
Don't Read This !
UNIVERSAL COTTON GU AND CONWERS & GLEANERS!
ADAPTED to hand, steam, water and horse power. They occupy hut little epaco,
are entirely portable, forming a completo ginning establishment of itself, which
can bo mored from plantation to plantation, and used with or without buildings. In
tho same manner as THRESHING MACHINES, (Cleaner combined,) endless railway
Sower, with its speed and safety . Governor attachment, will drive a forty to fifty Saw
in and Condenser. Tho animals at tho same time traveling aBiipon tho road-way,
without requiring any kind of harness or gear; tho speed being fixed by tho gOTornor
to accommodate their natural gait and tho work being done. This horse powor is also
fittod with a aeries of -gears and pulleys, which will, by changos and transpositions,
?iroduco any desired speed of tho driving band pulley, without effecting tho travel or
abor of the animals; thus making this power adapted to all kinds of work on planta?
tions. ?9- ALL MACHINES TESTED PRACTICALLY BEFORE BEING DELIVERED
FROM THE WORKS.
Please caU at tho Cotton Gin Warehouse and cxamiuo tho machines, and thou leave
your order. . A. it. COLTON, Proprietor, State Agent,
April 14 8mo Columbja, S. C.
Well Fixture ! !
A NEW, SIMPLE and EFFECT?
IVE DRIVER for raising water
from wells. Cheaper and more
durable than a pump, safer and
better than the old-fashioned
windlass. "None merriton it but
to praise it." Moro than 5,000 are
now in use in Virginia aijd North
Carolina, and the demand is still
increasing. A supply of these,
superior WELL FIXTURES aro.
now on hand and for salo low by
J. & T. R. AO-NEW.
i^ii Willi MIK.
$25. Bartlett Sewing Machine. $25.
WANTED, Agents; $150 per mojith and
all expenses paid, to sell tho genuine
BARTLETT SEWING MACHINE,. Thia
machine will do aU tho work that ban ho
dono on any high-pricod machine, and is j
fully patented, licensed and warranted for
five years. Wo pay tho above wages, or a .
commission, from (vki?h twice that amount
pap bo m^de. For circulars and terms,
address H. HALL ft CO.,
721 Chestnut st., Philadelphia, Pa.
FULTON. MAP /ET SMOKED BEEF
Tub? choice GOSHEN BUTTER, at 40c.
Bags and pockets JAVA COFFEE, at 40c. ;
a fresh lot-superior.
Bbls. and boxes Breakfast Bacon.
Milk, Butter, Trenton, Sugar, Wino aud
Hooker's Self-raising FLOUR-genuine. .
Rbis. Jcraev Peach-blow Potatoes.
And for salo at FAIR PRICES by
MarchJS_C. H^ BALDWIN A CO.
Fresh Arrivals !
JOHN C. SEEDERS & CO.'S.
THREE HUNDRED boxes FIGS.
Whole and half boxes LAY ER RAISINS.
BRAZIL NUTS, FILBERTS, ftc.
500 lbs. Assorted Candies.
' French Mixed Conversation Hearts. All
low for cash. JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
-A. mmnnition !
ANEW and complete assortment just
An elegant assortment <>! FISHING
TACK LE-Rods, Reels, . Hooks,
Lines, .Ve. At LOW PRU i rv
P. W. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. B.--Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and neatly executed.
May 2(5 ' ly
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
r~f \ R?XES CUTTING CHEESE.
OU 10 kegs Goshen and Stato RUTTER.
For talo LOW by the package.
March 7 E. ft G. D. HOTE.
FOR SALE at the
The Adornment of the Head-The
GRAY HEADED people have their locks
restored by it to the dark, lustrous,
silken tresses of youth, and aro happy.
Young people, with light, faded or red hair,
have these uufashiotufblo colore changea
to a beautiful auburn, ?ud rejoice. Pooplo
whose heads are covered with dandruff aud
humors, use it, and have clean coats and
? clear and healthy scalps. Raid-beaded
veterans have their remaining locks tight?
ened, aud the bare spots covered with a
luxuriant growth of hair, and dance for
joy. Young gentlemen use it because it ie
richly perfumed. Yoong ladies uso it be
' caus? it keeps their hair in place. Every?
body must and will use it, hecausu it is thc
cleunest and be?t artillo in tho market.
For Bale hy FISHER y JIEINITSII,
Feb 3 _, Druggists.
"BEWARE OF THAT COUGH!"
THE changing Boa'Bcn is productive of
many afflictions of tho lungs and
throat. A small cough is the voice of na?
ture telling you to bowarc of the danger of
a neglected cough. For all kinds of cough
and affections nf the lunps, use ''STAN?
LEY'S COUGH SYRUP." It will cure von.
Begin at once. Don't dela v. Go to-FISHER
A HEINITSH, and asi; fot "Stanley's."
They are the proprietors. Nov '.)
THE ladies, gen'lemen ..d young peo?
ple of Columbia, who mav bo in want
of "SOMETHING TO WEAR," aro respect
fully.and earnestly invited by the ladies ol
tho Industrial Association to cull at theil
Work-room, in the Fu??alo Academy, am!
examino tho articles which they havo now
ready for sale. Some ono will always ht
found ready to exhibit the ready-made gar
monte and to receive orders from thost
who may wish to havo work done neatly
Tho object of tho Association is to fur
nish constant employment to thoso who
having been impoverished by tho war, nov
depend on tho ueedlo for daily bread
Does not such an-object commend* itself t<
tho hearts of our citizens? Or must tin
anxious applicant* for work be told tba
OW' people prefer Northern-made garments
and that tuero is, therefore, no moro worl
for them? Shall it be said that such ai
Association as this cannot ho sustained ii
the capital of South Carolina? Jan li?
Third Supply of Fresh Seed.
J)A\'JI) LANDRETH cfc SON.
SILVER SKIN ONION SETTS, Radisli
Grcon-glazo Cabbage, Turnip Seet:
Peas and Beans, Extra Early Corn, Blu
Stem Collard, new Tomato Seed and othi
FISHER A HEINLTSH'S
Feb 20 Drug and Seed Store.
Extra No. 1 Mackerel.
JUST in. Thev aro Uno.
April 10 "J. C. SEEGERS ? CO.
The Great American Blogd Purifier.
QUEEN'S Of LIGHT!
THE -QUEEN'S DELIGHT, tho great
American Alterative and Blood l'uri
.?er, is the moat perfect vegetable com
Sound of alteratives, tonics, diuretics and
iaphorotics; making it tho most effective
invigorating, rejuvenating arid blood
cloansing cordial known to the world.
In introducing this now and extraordi?
nary medicino to tho public, observation
leads us to remark that too little attention
is paid to tho "life of all flesh," tho blood.
Many diseases, and, too, many complaints,
which have their origin in a vitiated state
of tho blood, arc treated only as symptoms
and results: whereas, if tlio roniedy had
been applied to cnTicli tho blood and ren?
der it pure, both canse and effect would
i have been removed. The Queen's Delight
is offered to tho afflicted as A sure remedy
I for thoso diseases arising from an impure
condition of the blood. It has a direct
and specific action upon that fluid, and
consequently renders the blood pure. It
N unid, on high authority, that ''man no
sooner begins to live than ho begins to
die, and that 'tho characteristics of the
living organism arc ceaseless chango and
ceaselcau wasto." It is obvious, therefore,
to every reflecting mind, that unless tho
blood is" pure, in supplying tho wasto tis?
sues with material, it must bo tho cause of
i ii numerable ills and-constitutional disor?
ders, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, He?
patic Disorders, Consumption, Inflamma?
tions, Fevers, Ac. Lifo, and health is only -
to bo maintained by tho circulation of pure
Wo therefore adviso every one whoso
blood is in tho least vitiated by indulgence
ur excess, and whoso constitution is im
?laired by disease and is Buffering from
Ihcumatism, Liver Complaint, Conflump
' tion, Scrofula or King's Evil, Carbuncles,
Boils, Itching Humor of tho Skin, Erysi?
pelas, Skin Diseases, Totter, Roughness of
tho Skin, Pimples, Blotches, Pains in tho
Bonos, old Ulcers, Syphilis and Syphilictio
Soros, Indigestion, Inflammation of tho
Bladder and Kidneys, Pains in the Back,
General Debility, and for all complaints
arising from deficiency and poverty of
blood, to use tho Queen's Delight.
Females of dcUcate constitution, suffer?
ing from weakness and depression of mind
in consequence of thoso complaints which
nature imposes at tho period of change,
have a pleasant and euro remedy in tho
Children whose fair and ruddy complex?
i?n gave carly promiso of health and
beauty, but too soon becomo blanched and
palo by some hereditary taint of tho blood,
will havo tho rich boon restored by using
tho Queen's Delight. . .
Tho unacclimatcd and persons traveling
into warm countries will lind tho Queen's
Delight a great protection from all malari?
ous affection and diseases which originate
in a change of climate, diet and life.
. The extraordinary and unprecedented
cures performed by the Queen's Delight
Compound is attracting tho attention of
every one, not only at nome, but abroad.
The merits of this compound aro hoing
felt and appreciated everywhere. Hear
what they say of it in New York: "It is a
remedy of much importance and value,
exerting an influence over all tho secre?
tions, which is unsurpassed by any other
known alterative. It is extensively used in
all tho various forms of primary and
secondary syphilitic affections; also, in
scrofulous, hepatic and cutaneous diseases,
in which its uso is followed by thc most
Its properties as ? remedy were first in?
troduced to tho notice of the profession by
Dr. Thosi Young Simons, of South Carolina",
as early as 1828, as a valuablo alterative re?
medy in syphilitic affections, and others re?
quiring use of mercury. Dr. Simons' state?
ments havo been endorsed and extended
by Dr. A. Lopez, of Mobilo, and Dr. IL IL
Frost, of Charleston. From thc reports in
its favor, thero seenm no reason to doubt
tho efficacy of thia medicino in Secondary
Syphilis, Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseases,
Chronic Hepatic Affections and other com?
plaints benefited by altorativo medicines.
For salo wholesale and retail by
FISHER & HEINITSH,
April 5 Gmo Druggists, Columbia. S. C.
"KAILS, NAILS, NAILS.
At tio Sinn of the Golden Pad-Lock.
i)AA KEGS superipr quality CUT
ju\J\J NAILS, in storo and for salo low
for cash by _JOHN C. PIA!..
GERMAN HORSE POWDER !
For all Diseases to which a Horse is Liable.
TUE various diseases to which that no?
ble and useful animal, tho horse, is
subject, and tho little knowledge that is
known of them by farriers and ignorant
ostlers, havo occasioned many remedies to
bo offered to tho public under different
forms, with high encomiums, and sanc?
tioned by dignified names. Somo of these
aro injurious; others, at best, of little use,
and many entirely worthless, and do not
meet tho want. A good medicine, free
from objections of this kind, has long beon
desired by many gentlemen who havo va?
luablo horses! Wc therefore o flor tho only
-good medicine-the true "GERMAN
HORSE POWDER," which has proved so
efficacious in all tho disoases, lt is pre?
pared from the original recipo of Dr. Hei
uitsli, Of Gormany. Its' extraordinary vir?
tues aro attested to by thousands, and for
fifty years has stood, aud still stands, first
in tho estimation of all experienced farm?
ers aud agriculturists as the best medicine
.for tho horse. It is recommended for
horses foundered by eating to excess or
drinking cold water when boated, to such
as havo symptoms of glanders or aro ex?
posed to tho infection hy being with other
horses, for indigestion, distemper, hide?
bound, drowsiness, loss of appetite, inward
sprains, debility, wasting of flesh, soro
(iV.es, swelled legs, grease, mange, surfeit,
old coughs, for exhaustion from work. It
carries off all foul humors, purifies and
tools tilt' blood, and prevents horses be?
coming st iii" and foundered. It is a stimu?
lus for weak stomachs, and renders tho
limbs and skin soft and linc, givinf
smooth coat to the hair. Ask for "llei
nitsh's German Horse Powder." For salo
bv FISHER St HEINITSH, Druggists.
aREEN PEAS, GREEN CORN, TOMA?
TOES, Peaches, Pine Apple, Lobsters,
Salmon, Oysters, Cranbury Sauce, Egg
Plums, Pie . Fruits, fresh Mackerel, Si r
dinos, English and American Pickles, Cat?
sups, Sauces, Ac. On hand und for salo
low by J. St T. R. AGNEW.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, &c.
SIX THOUSAND lbs. WHITE LEAD, in
A complete assortment of Colored Paints,
dry mid in oil.
?JU'i boxes Window Glass, assorted sizes.
Linseed, Tanners', Kerosene and Ma?
chinery Oils. %
Furniture, Coach and Japan Varnishes.
A completo variety of Paint, Varnish,
Graining, White-wash, Dusting and Scrub
bing Brushes. In storo and for salo at
lowst prices by JOHN C. DIAL.
Secretary's Office, G. & C. R. R. Co.,
COLUMBIA. APBIL 15,1867.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of tho Stock?
holders of the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad Companv wiU be bold.in Co?
lumbia on THURSDAY, tho second day of
May next, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Stockholders will be passed over tho
road to attend the meeting free, as horeto
foro. C. V. CARRINGTON, Sec'y.
Office Charlotte & S. C. Railroad Co.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.. Amur. 9,1867. .
THE ANNUAL MEETING of tho Stock?
holders of this Companv will bo held
in tho city of Columbia, on WEDNESDAY,
tho 8th proximo, at 12 o'clock m. ?
Free passes over tho road will bo granted
to Stockholders and their families to attend
tho meeting and of returning under this
privilege within a reasonable timo.
April 10 . C. H. MANSON, Sec'y.
' Office G. & 6. R. R. Company,
COLUMBIA, April 1*J, 1867.*
ON and after the 22d instant, LOCAL
FREIGHTS of all kinds will bo re?
ceived at this depot every day as hereto?
fore. ROBT. H. WALTON, Geu'l Agent, a
April 19 6_;_
Office Seaboard & RoanokeR.R. Co.,
PORTSMOUTH, MABCH 22,1867.
IT has been understood by tho officers in
charge of transportation via the Sea?
board Inland Freight Routo, that letters
addressed to tho Railroad Agent at Ports?
mouth, on the subject of freights, aro un?
answered, and that, in consequence, causes
of delay aro not explained and claims for
losses and damago unsettled; and as tho
Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad Company,
who aro the forwarding agents for tho lino,
aro satisfied that these causes of complaint
aro not duo to their agents, but to the in?
accuracy of tho mails, in order to test this
subject, tho Manager of tho Seaboard
Road requests that whenever persons have
written to the undersigned, Agent of tho
Seaboard Road, and aftor waiting a reason?
able-timo for a reply, have not received it,
that they will address him a letter, enclos?
ing a duplicate of tho lotter they had pre?
viously addressed to tho Agent. If this is
complied with, and tho Manager of tho
Seaboard Road receives thc letter, he gives
assurance that it shall bo promptly iuves
tigated and replied to.
This Air-lino Freight Route claims to bo
the most expeditious and direct routo, and
avoiding, to a great extent, 'marine insur?
ance;' also, tho
CHEAPEST "FREIGHT ROUTE" BE?
TWEEN THE NORTHERN CITIES AND
NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
'As freight consigned by tho compa?
nies' connecting steamers is forwarded
from Portsmouth within twenty-four hours
after being landed, there is no reason for
delays; and although freight may some?
times bo mis-sent, lt will in such cases bo
promptly traced, and if not found, will bo
The companies forming thia linc cannot
bc responsible for tho rapid transportation
of freights, or for charges upon it, unless
sent from Boston by tho Boston and Nor?
folk Steamship Company; end of Centro
Wharf; from Now York, by tho "Old Do?
minion" Steamship Company, Pier 37,
North River; from Philadelphia, by Clyde's
Line of Steamers, 14 North Delaware Ave?
nue, or pto the "Aunani088ic" Liue Depot,
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimoro
Railroad; and from Baltimoro, ria thc Bay
Lino Steamers, foot of Union Dock.
For freight shipped to tho Seaboard
Company by schooners or by other steam?
ship lines, the companies cjiunot be respond
siblo until landed on their wharves. Per?
sons writing about freight that has not
reached them, will please bo careful to
state tho dato of shipment, by whom ahip
I ped, from what place, by what line of
steamers, md, if possible, enclose a copy
of tho through receipt to
JAS. YV. McCARRICK,
Traco Agent Seaboard Inland Air-line,
JOHN M. ROBINSON,
Managing Director and Geu'l Sup't.
General Superintendent's Office*,
CHARLOTTE & S. C. RAILROAD,
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 16, 18G6.
THE schedulo of tho Passenger Trains
over this Road is as follows:
Leave Columbia at.-. 3.36 a. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.9.50 a. m.
Leave Charlotte at. 5.10 a.m.
Arrive at Columbia at.11.25 a. m.
Close connections aro m ad o at Columbi;',
and Charlotte with mail trains on tho North
Carolina and South Carohna Railroads.
THROUGH TICKETS aro sold at Colum?
bia to Richmond, Va., Washington, D. C.,
Baltimoro, Md., Philadelphia, Pa., and
Now York city-giving choice ot routes cia
Portsmouth or Richmond-and baggago
checked. Tickets aro also sold at Char?
lotte for Charleston and Augusta.
An Accommodation Train, for freight and
local passage, leaves Columbia at 7 a. m.,
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of
each week, and Charlotte on thc Bamo
days and hour; arriving at Columbia and
Charlotte at 6 p. m.
March 17 C. BO?KNIGHT, Sup't.
Sohednle over South Carolina R. R
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE.
CHARLESTON, B. C., March ll, 1806.
ON and after thc 13th inst. Gie Through
Mail Train will run as follows, viz:
Leave Columbia at 11.40a. m., Ch's'n time.
Arrive Kingsville at 1.20 p. m., 14 "
Leave Kingsville at 1.35 p. m.. " "
Arrive at Augusta 9.00 p. m., " "
Leave Charleston.8.00 a.m.
Arrive at Columbia. 5.20 p. ia.
Leave Columbia.<>.50 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 p. m.
March 13 H. T. PEAKE, Gcn'l Sup't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
PASSENGER Trains will run daily, Sun?
days excepted, as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 7.15 a. m.
" Alston a-t.9.05 "
" Newberry at.10.35 "
Arrive at Abbeville at. 3.13 p. m.
.' at Anderson at.5.10 "
" Rt Greenville at.5.10 ?.
Leave Greenville at.COO a. m.
" Anderson ut. .6.30 "
" Abbeville at. 8.35 "
" Newberry at.1.20 p.m.
\rrivc at Alston at.2.45 "
" at Columbia at. 4.40 "
Thos. P. Walker,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE.
OFFICE in rear of Court House, fonnorly
occupied by D. B. DeSaussure, Esq.