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"F&tt?er, where ia our Jamie tonight
Jamie BO bold and gay?
The twilight shadows are falling now,
Why does he st^y away? ,
Jamie ia handsome,' and manly, too,
And he will be good and groat;
Bat, father, why it? oar darling 0o)r
A-etaying away ?o late?"
"Our noble boy ia a child no more,
He baa grown to mau's estate:
He baa gono a courting Minnie Gray,
Tho reason ho stays BO late ; ..
For hor golden hair and oyes qfpluq*
Have stolen his hoart away, .
And ho goes in thc holy twilight hour
A wooing sweet Minnie Gray."
"Wby does thc maiden lure'hini away,
Now we are growing so old?
And wc havo shielded him all his life,7
' Our love bas never grown coli' ;
Tho maid c^n r. 2ver love him as we
Have loved him all his years,
Who have led him along the pa'.h of life,
Sharing bis emilee and tears."
'.But, Millie, remember, long years ago,
When I was handsome and gay,
And you a maiden so fair and sweet,
That you stole my heart away; .
I had a'father old and gray,
And a mother kind and true,
Who loved mo fondly all my lifo- .
But my heart went out to you."
A blush crept over her withered cheek,
Her eyes shono clear and mild;
No longer she chided the lovely i*iid
For winning sway hor child;
She thought of tho long ago, when she
Stood close by her lover's side,
In the little church, and thc mau of God
Made her a happy bride.
Or, the Goldsmith's Apprentice.
St. Petersburg was in consterna- ;
tion; for the Oznr had that morning ;
degraded?bis favorite Cabinet Minis- j
ter, and sentenced him to exile in the
mines of Siberia. Count S-had 1
been" the Emperor's most honest j
adviser; and, with the exception of a |
few persons who detested him for
his sincerity and bis imperviousness
to a bribe, was universally beloved '
by the people. His fall therefore
came on them like a thunderbolt; the '
more so, as no assignable cause for
his degrudation could be hazarded.
Even tho Count himself was as- !
touuded. Accustomed as he had
been to the wayward caprice of a
despotic ruler, and knowing that in
the eyes of such, even tho honestest "
action may bo construed into a trea?
sonable design, be still felt the con?
sciousness that ho had ever served his
couutry faithfully, and to tho best
of his. ability, and therefore felt that
his degradation was as unjust as his
sentence was cruel. But it was not
so much for himself that he grieved.
He had been a widower for "many
years, and of all his children none
were left to him save one daughter,
Katinka, tho flower of his old age.
It was for her that ho felt heart?
broken. She was the cause that his
teats ilowed fast down his furrowed
cheeks, and that his silvered head
was bowed down to the ground.
"If I were quite alone in the world,
it would matter little; there aro not
so many years in store for me;" ho
muttered to himself.
"But, dear father," sjnd a soft
voice in bis ear; "you are not alone,
and will not be alone. See! there is
even yet a bright spot among the
dark clouds overhead;" and with
these words, his daughter placed in
his hands a royal mandate, which em?
powered the exilo to take with him
his daughter and a servant into
"My child! what have you done?
you sax'ritice your young days among
those bleak and barren steppes! No,
no, it cannot be."
lint wo will draw a veil over the
out-pourings of the father's and
daughter's hearts. Suffice it only
to say, that Katinka by her tears
and entreaties, at last wrung a re?
luctant consent from her father, that
sbo should accompany him into exile.
"But whom shall we take with us?"
she asked presently, in a cheerful
and conlideut voice. *
"You may well ask, whom?" he
answered, sadly-"you will not find
one among all my dependents who
would /follow in my service. No,
no," lie added, with a tinge of sar?
casm, "they will prefer to quaff the
tokay of my rival successor, to drink?
ing the icy cold wator of Jenisei."
With a confident step, -Katinka
sped away 011 her errand, feeling
sure that [somo ono at least among
tho numerous dependeuis* of the
family, who owed fortune, fame,
and may be life to her father, would
now be willing to show his gratitude
by accompanying him in his dreary
lu an humble cottage on the out?
skirts of tho city an old man was
kueeliug before an image of his
patron saint. But his devotions-were
disturbed by a loud knocking at the
? door, which he ?rose frota his bended
' knees to open. It Was bis only child
! --his son Foodore. *
1 "Is it.?hen true, my father, that
I our beloved master is sentenced to
banishment; und th n't he is to set
j ont to-morrow?" the yonng man in
"AUs! my son-it is too trne!"
"And mil the city, the nobility,
i the towns-people, .mk on in silente
; while the benefactor of their country
-is shut out from home and hearth? '
I inquired the youth impetuously,
i ! 'Aud what is to become of his
j daughter," he ' resumed,' not waiting
i for" airy answer, "and who is to ac
? company him into his banishment?"
Just then the door of the cottage
opened, and ^Katinka herself stood
I "Good Nicholas!" she began, ad?
dressing the old man, "are none of
my father's servnuts here?"
"None, noblo lady!"
j "Alas! then we aro forsaken in?
deed! Bfct to think that not one of
those who used to kneel down be
1 fore him, and call him their saviour,
can be found ready and willing to
offer him thi? last service!"
"What," interrupted tho old man,
"do you mean,tnoblo lady, to say,
that they could* follow him but will
"Even so," was the replv.
"Then will I!" and he knelt down
before the young girl; and respect?
fully kissed her hand. "Then will
I, old as I be, with the help of my
patron saint, Stephen, share evil
and good With him. For twenty
years have I lived under him in this
cottage. Here I married, and hence
I carried ont my wife, when struck
down by fever. Yes, I will follow
ICON'TlNUED TN* Otli NEXT. ]
THE TRI?l? PH OF ART !
MOKE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Heiuitsh's Queen's Delight.
IJ1XTRACTS FROM LETTERS: ?Thc
li Queen's Delight is beginning to
awaken tho attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curative" power is Been in
its wonderful effect upon disease. As a
blond purifier, there is no medicine like it
known to tho profession. A gentleman
told mo tbnt hisason lias been taking thc
Queen's Delight, and is more boiAOtittd hy
it i lian VJy any other medicine. Ho want*
a dozen bottles." '
Extract from a letter: "!t is due to ypt
to state in this public manner, in ordei
that the people may know tho truth, thai
1 have- tried your* Queen's Delight, alie
found it not only what yen Maid it was-"!
pure medicine"-but the best medicino 1
i.ave over taken for emptions and genera
bsd health. I nail an eruption all overm>
body, with impaired digestion and di*or
doted liver, and have tried a great manj
medicines without any bei,elit. 1 hav<
taken one bottle of your Queen s Delight
.tho eruption has disappeared, my appotih
is better, my liver and digestion is im
proved. lam satisfied one or two mor.
bottle s will eure me."
Extract from a letter: ".Vt tho closo ?
tho war, my constitution waa shattered. .
could not eat, slee p or perform any dut;
whatever, such wis my prostrate'condi
lion. Medicine and medical aid I had ii
abundance, such was my condition up : i ;
few months since, when I began the ose 0
your Queen's Delight. I havo used tw
bottles, my constitution is greatly im
proved, my appetite is good, enjoy rel roeh
ing sleep, and am able to perform my -har
of daily labor."
Extract from a letter-Wonderful effi e
of only "no bott lo: ''I havo used only
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boil
and eruptions of the skin and itching ht
mora of the blood, which annoyed nie ver
mnch. I am entirely cured. ? think you
medicino a valuable one." .
1 A romarkablo case of ?iver complaint tn
headache cured by the use of "Heinitsh
Queen's Delight:" A lads <d' unqneatione
, worth and reputation voluntarily given tel
timony of tho wonderful effects of th
medicino. KIHJ has been from early yeai
a martyr to headaches, caused by i?ipe:
, feet action of tho liver, producing intent
1 headache and pain over the eyes. She hu
i taken only four bottles, and asenres us <
! the perfect euro it has mack. She now ei
i >ys good health.
Still another: "During hist spring, I hs
. been troubled with obstinate chills an
' lever, which, when cured, left my ayate;
in a wretched condition, blood impure, .ir
I 1 was afflicted with an angry, and, as I i
i one time though', an incurable, ontitncoi
eruption over my entire body. Tho mo
violent remedies suggested tailed to woi
j a cure, until, at the instance of r> friend,
? tried Dr. Heiuitsh's Queen's Delight. Le
than two bottles cured me, leaving my sk
I in a healthy condition. My general beal
I is as good as over. For such pui noses,
I have, ever since my cure, unhesitating
recommended your Que< n's Delight."
.Don't buy any but tho right kind. J
genuino Queen's Delighthas the copy-rig
mark on the outside, and it is the on
medicine which produces these wonderl
cures. For sale wholesale and retail at
FISHER A HEIMTSH'S
April Drug Store.
PAN KN IN'S HEPATIC B?TTERS
new and valuable componnd, possei
lng extraordinary powers over the orga
of the liver aiwl stomach, making it a i
sitive remedy for dyspepsia or ind igest I
and a livAr invigorator. Tty&botUo. ?
-tah* wholesale at his prici t.
FISHER lt HEINITSH,
June 20 Druggists, Agents, Columbia
WE KAYE RECEIVED; amongst our NEW &OODS,
fh'e following: ^ . . .
A COMPLETE LINE OF ENGLISH HOSI?JRY. . J ,
Every style of HOOP SKIRT, comprising the following:
Tip-Top, De. mi-Quaker, Invisible Quaker, Demi-Duplex,
Paris Trail. Ladies' Extra Long Demi-Quaker, Child's
Single Steel, ?Misses Single Steel, in movable ami immova?
ble fastenings, kc, kc
REAL TAL. IN&ERTINGS, GUIPURE EDGINGS,
BLACK SILK LACES and EDGINGS, Swiss Mulls.
White Silk Laces and Edgings, Thread Brading*.
/ Real SWISSES, Paris. Swiss, Nainsooks and Mulls,
JACONFjT and SWISS EDGING, fcc, kc Also,
BOBBHET H0SQUIT? NETTING-ALL WIDTHS AM PB1C1S.
FRENCH WOVE CORSETS, at Lowest Possible Prices.
R. C. SHIVER.
? Jnna 27___ ?
? SOUTHERN INVENTION I
I GRAVES PATENT
j?S^ C0T|0N PRESS !
^ ^^^T^ '-. * Z^'-2*. 73 East Bay.^hat?estonfs?'c.
June 30 niw:jmo
SMITH'S PATENT4 "^sS^fe*
Well Fixture ! ? ^^jggEln
A SEW, SIMPLE :.: ? EFFECT
IVE DELVER fur raising watei
from wells'. Cheapei inure
PKW i *
djnrablu t?.;?. pump, sufer sud
better lliRt? tl eld-?usliioiiod
. vtii>1l it ???..'
toprtti.y it." Mord than S.OCOore
now ?TI use ii: Vir, gi ii atid North
Carolina, and Hw demand i's r-till
increasing. A euppH of these
superior WELL FIXTI RES aro
now on hand and for *:ilo low hy
J. & T. R. AGNEW.
March 29 ?
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage. ? Charleston Advertisements.
Charles M. Fur mun. Trust ec, vs. tho Oreen- - ... - .
ville ami Oolnrabia Railroad Company- ! MILLS HOUSE-,
Order calling in Creditors. . ? CHARLESTON S 0
TNjmrraMite. of thu decreta order in THIS* well-known FIRST-CLASS
JL tho above Mated c ?s,. -the creditor? . ? H?TEL has been thoroughly repaid
ot thu Greenville and Columbia Railroad MVA . ,\ ...i .... i T-, "
r. 11,111 M< 1*1 eu. reut ten ami reiurnisncd. and is
C ompany lioidui-'UoHiL ai.d coupons, co- ",,", .._;.?,. r, .. n.? " . ."" i . ' ,.,
S i .: ,i . ?.. i . ?ri u.i now leac.v tor the accon modation ot tin
vcred hy tho mortie bmriug "?to 18th trKVeiill(/ publio wbo8e oatvonuee is re
Jm.uary 1H.>1, and ^fcrred to in the plead- 8pectrn,"?y Uicit?d. 1 h
n.gs aiidall creditors having any interest |JTbe p.-t,,,.^.}..,- promise, to do all in hid
under 8a* mortgage. ?,-c hereby required V(.r ."r?" eot?)tor\ of ,1?H ""es,",
to present and prove t heir demands before * " , 2, J08gp? PURCELL, Prop'r.
mo, at my office, in Columbia, un or before - 1 i_
tho first day of January next, "or that 'Ch n V1OO+/-.TI Wntol
they be excluded iroiu all beuoflt of tlie . l/ilcUieSLOn HOiei,
decree to bo reudered in this case. Those ? CHARLESTON. S. C.
who choose to ? oin,- in a* parties com-> /COACHESalways In readiness to convey
plainaiits aro allowed to do so, and thone \_' passengers to and from the Hotel,
wlii wish to do no, uiav como in as de- Feb 26 WHITE St M1XER, Proprietors,
fondant*. D. Ii. D-ESA?8SURE, I _ . ' . _ . ~J "
june sus ws3mo c. E. R. D. . Livery and Sale Stables,
" United States Internal ReveRue. j* ?FHw.BOILs sJU,?:I?M'
COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, jN^GHE^ftAKEK Pr^?l^
^TOTICE sb? irebj g vii tba tal PAXES aies and Saddle H?rne? to hire, at all hours.
gi assessed in Lexi ngton Pis ric . for ; Mnios am, Horeoe for BftIo> Peb 27
the yours ol 1861,18Co md 1S?>(>, are now . f_
past due, and payment thereof id required , _ . _rTT lupT,T.TriT,TT-,P1
to be made to A. U. MONTEITH, st tho FAMILY MEDICINES,
following places: THOMPSON'S GENUINE EYE WATER,
Kinslei s Ferry, August 1. 2 and 3. ^ tor fiore and inllamed eves.
LexhigtonC. H., August 5 and 6. , McAllister's All-healing Balve-a valu
Sanford kloazcv a Store, August 10. : ointment for old sore?,.
Tho Taxes can also be p ud at the Ced- I |)ftii,v-H Carminative f..r ( hildteii.
cotor's Office, over Hopi s store, at Colum- Fly Poison Paper, for instant death to
bia, S. C.. until 1 dh August; after which , up?
date a penalty will bo itthlod to all default- 1 Harvev's Rat Plums, ral annihilator.
er?-. ?,iiJr~Mv?A??iPo'n ' "Harl?am Oil," the Dutch eaeciflo-a
July 18 ? Collector Bd Dis)net 8. C. i euro-all.
TOTTYIT TT TTT^T-?iT*" Powder, for inseots, ants, Ac.
JUQli XXi X1XJAI9JU^ , Sugar Plums, for worms-tho Pontoons.
? * j? IV* C tion er. ! Soda Water Powders, for ? cool drink.
uroYi fpojf j. .Xrn &*r>j li , F,,r HH|C "SHER A HEINIT8H,
WHOLESALE RE TAH.! Jone 1 j. Druggists.
(1 AND IES manufactured daily, at as in? | _T
j as can bo hud .down h OTC from tho i Ula newspapers
North, ?a-Comer of plain and Mn rion ' TT^OR SALE at the
streets. Feb | J; PHONIX OFFICE.
- DOUBLE DAILY
M?L-RAlL PASSEXGJ? BOUTE
ATLANTI& NEW ORLEANS,
V?A CHATTANOOGA and GRAND JUNCTION.
Through in Forty-nine Hours !
TRAINS leave Atlanta dally at 8.45 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; making clo:<econiiections
at all point?; Arrive at New Orleans? at 8
p. m. and 11.40 p. m.
$0T Paseongera by trains of tho Georgia
Railroad make clo.se connections with this
route at Atlanta.
No Steamboats or Omnibuses on this
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES
ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
BAGGAGE CH?CK[SD THROUGH.
Faro as Low as hy any other Route.
Good nntil used, can bo obtained at
General Ticket Office, Atlanta, Ga.; Geor
S'a Railroad, Augusta, pa.; South Carolina
lilroad, < 'hat leaton, s. C.; South Carolina
Railroaj, Columbia, S. C.
JOHN B. PECK,
? Maater Transportation
Western and Atlantic Railroad.
^July 17_ Smo _
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
OFFICE LAURENS RAILROAD.
LAUKEXS C. H., 8. C., July 12, 1807.
ON and after MONDAY, 22d instant, tho
trains will run over this Road as fol?
lows, until further notice:
Leave Laurens at 5 o'clock a^ m. on Mou
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, and arrive
at Newberry at ll o'clock a.m.
Loavo Newborry on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays, at fifty minutes after 12
o'clock, connect ?nc with both trains on the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad'at Hele?
na Shops. JOSEPH CREWS, Sup't.
_ Jji?y_ic_* . _
Sup'ts Office N. C/Sailroad Co.,
?COMPANY SHOPS, MAY 27, 1867.
UNTIL further notice, Pase inger Trams
.will run on this Road as follows:
Mail Train--J\ast. ?
Leave Charlotte daily 12.19 a. m. : Greens?
boro 4.51; Rah igh'.Mt!. Arrive in Golds
boro 12.10 p. ni.
West. . #
Leave Goldsboro 1.07 p.m.; Rakish ??.50;
Greensboro 7.?H. Arrive in Charlotte
1:!. 19 a. m. %
Passengers make close through connec-'
tions-either way- a! Charlotte, with the
Charlotte autf South Carolina Railroad; at
Greensboro, cfo Danville and Richmond;
at Raleigh, via Weldon und Lay Line and
Annamcssic Line. Also, conn, ct at Golds?
boro with Mail Train on Wilmington and
Weldon Road, to and from W ilmington.
Timo from Charlotte to New York forty
hours, bv either route.
May 29 JAS. ANDERSON. Sup't.
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE & S. C. RAILROAD.
COI.I MI ; \. S. C., Mav -, ]VSG7.
ON and after SUNDAY. May f>, the sche?
dule of the Passenger Trains over
this Road will bc RS follows:
Leave Columbia at....'5.80 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at. .12.18 a. m.
Leave Charlotte ut. 12.20 a: m.
Arrive at Columbia al. (?,50 a. m.
Close connections aro made -t Columbia
and Charlotte with mail trains on tri North
( landina and South Carolina Railroads. By
thin arrangement, passengers by Green?
ville Hoad go immediately through East?
ward, and have no detention in Columbia.
THROUGH TICKETS are sold at Colnm
bia to Richmond, Ya., Washington, D. C.,
Italtitnoro, Md., Philadelphia. Ps., and
New York city- giving choice of routes via
Portsmouth or Richmond-and baggage
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 jveek, and Charlotte on tho same
days and hour; arriving at Columbia and
Charlotte at 7 p. m.
May 3 C. UOUKNIGHT. Suj/t.
Schedule over South Carolina R. R
GENERAL J?UP'TS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, 8. C., March 1J, 1866.
ON and after tho 13th inst., tho Through
Mail Train will run ab follows, viz:
Leave Charleston.8.00 a. m.
Arrive at Colnmbia. 5.20 p. m.
Leave Columbia.0.50 a. m.
Arrive at Cha: leston.4.00 p. m.
March 13 IL T. PEAKE, Gr ni Sup't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
PASSENGER Trains will run daily, Sun?
days excepted, as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 7.15 a. m.
'? Alston at. .. 9.05 "
.? Newberry at.10.35 "
Arrive at Abbovdlo at. 3.13 p. m.
" at Anderson at.5.10 "
" at Greenville at.5.40 '*
Leave Greenville at. 6.00 a. m.
" Anderson at.6.30 "
" Abbeville, at. 8.85 "
" Newberrv at. 1.20 p.m.
Arrive at Alston at...f.2.45 "
" at Columbia at. 4.40 "
SirThe Trains of this Railroad run daily
(Sundays excoptod ) over Rlu.' Ridge Rail
road, between Anderson and Walhalla, to
connect with the nit and down trains nf tho