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Or, tho Goldsmith's Apprentice.
"Yes, truly 1-but. it is a great sac- j
rifice you have made; aud yet my
los3 is ten times greater;" and tho
old man wept bitterly.
"Us! yes, she said 'us!'" continued
Feodore, heedless of his father's tears.
Just then a man entered, with a
request that they should at once re?
pair to the palace of the Count, a
request which they obediently obey?
"My children," said tho Count, as
they entered the apartment, "I have
sent for you to learn from your own
lips -whether it is true what my
daughter has just told mc. For no
one shall sacrifice himself for me
agaist his own will. Let mo then
hear, good Nioholas, first from your
lips, whether your son's determina?
tion to accompany me into exile
meets with your sanction?"
"Yes, gracious master, the lad is
but discharging his duty; and even
though none are left to .end my
dying bed, I bless him for it."
VAnd you, Feodore," resumed the
Count, turning to the young mau,
"pause, reflect well. You aro leaving
life, a good position, wealth, an aged
and beloved father, for a living death,
a miserable existence-for slavery.
Better stay with him! What, no!
Then aocept my thanks-my bless?
ing-for your noble conduct. See,
my friends, let tis driuk together,
us three, a parting goblet," and with
these words he rilled a silver beaker
?with sparkling wino, and handed it
"To* the due fuflllment of your
duties, my son,"-said the old man, ?
turning towards Feodore, as ho drain- j
ed the goblet to tho dregs.
Again the Count tilled it, and |
handed it to Feodore; who, sinking ;
on his knees and raising tho cup i
aloft, said in solemn tones:
"In the name of tho Holy Trinity, j
I swear to be a true and faithful j
sorvant to you aud your daughter."
"Then, to-morrow, at day-break, I
rob you of your dearest treasure on
earth, old friend," said tho Count, 1
much moved at tho affecting scene.
"Till then, farewell ! I have much
When father and son had once moro
returned to their humble dwelling,
Feodore, who had been wrapt in
deop thought, suddenly exclaimed:
"You are witness, father, that I .
consented to follow them before shu
said 'UB,' did I not?"
"Doubtless; but why this question?
It was not tho daughter, surely, you
"Enough, enough! you uro witness
that I pressed the thorn to my bosom
before I perceived that there waa a
rose budding on it? atom. Alas, fa?
ther, I love her!"
"You dream, Feodore," replied his
father, amazed; "remember, though
in Siberia, she will still be a countess,
and you but a goldsmith's appren?
tice, Beware, lest you chango her
father's blessing into a curse; jours
she can nover bo."
"Mino," answered Feodore, who
was amazed; "how cnn you think I
ever presumed so fur? To live for
her, to die for her, will be my highest
A strange and awful occurrence
took placo that night, in St. Peters?
burg. When tiio sun arose the next
morning, its rays abono on tho Em?
peror Paul's murdered body. Of
courso, in tho tumult that ensued.
but little heed was given to the ful?
fillment or revocation of t ho late
Czar's commands. There was a new
master to please now; oven Count
S-forgot his own sorrows in tho
whirl of excitement. That very day
ho was summoned to appear ut court ;
ho obeyed, and to his surprise, in?
stead of finding that his .sentence of
banishment was to bo carried into
effect, the Emperor I) do him draw
near, and graciously offered his hand
?.O kiss. The Count's colorless lips
trembled as they touched it, for it
seemed just as it a blood stain were
"You will remain in my service,
Count?" asked Alexander, courteous
"Gracious sire, I trust you will
panton mo. Yesterday I was au old
man; but tho last night has added
many years to my age. With ono
foot already in the grave, my only
wish is to seek for peace. 1 would
fain, with your royal permission, re?
tire to my country estate, there to
await the hour which cannot bo far
"Your wish is granted. But is
tliera anything jilee I can do? Ton
Jiavo but to ask."
' 'If I might venture to ask a boon, ' '
replied th? Count, "I would beg your
majesty to sanction the union of my
daughter with-Feodore Solkow, the
The Emperor raised his eyes in
astonishment, as he regarded the
Count, who still remained kneeling.
"AjBtrange request, Count. Re?
flection tho different condition of the
.'Pardon me, gracions sire," inter?
rupted the Count; though of humble
origin, he is noble at heart, and de?
serves this, aye, and more than this,
fromme. When all the world turned
their backs on mo, when the butter?
flies of fashion that had flitted in my
saloons, and had professed their
willingness to go through fire and
water to gain, if it were but an op
?roving word from mv daughter's
ps-when amongst all my dev.. ad
nnts not one was willing to share
their master's fate, this youth came
forward; he gave up all for mo.
What I had thought to see accom?
plished on the banks of the Jenisei,
I now pray your majesty maj' be
celebrated in this j*our royal city."
"Bo it so!" answered the Emperor,
waving Ms hand.
"Next Jay, Katinka and Fcodoro
kneeled together at the altar of tho
orthodox church of Russia as man
THOMPSON S GENUINE EYE WATER,
for sore ami inflamed eyes.
McAllister's All-healing Salve-a valu?
able ointment for old tore.-..
Dalby"? Carminativo for Children.
Fly l'oison. Paper, for instant death to
Harvey's Hat Plums, ral annihilator.
"Harlesm Oil," tho Dutch speedie-a
Flea Powder, fm- insects, aids, ftc.
Sugar Plums, for worms-the Pontoons.
Soda Water Powders, for a cord drink.
Fur sale hy FISHER & H El N ITS H,
June 1 Druggist-'.
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage.
Charles M. Forman, Trustee, vs. the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad Company
Order calling in Creditors.
IN pursuance of the decretal order in
the above stated case, "the creditors
of tho Greenville and Columbia' Railroad
Company holding bonds and coupons co?
vered by the mortgage boa ring date 18th
January, 1851, and referred to in the plead?
ings, ami all creditors having ?my interest
under said mortgage," are hereby required
to present and provo their demands before
me, at my office, in Columbia, on or before
thc lirst day of January next, "or that
they bo excluded from all benefit of the
decree to be rendered in this case. Those
who choose to come in as parties com?
plainants are allowed to do so, and those
who wish to do s:>, mav como in as de?
fendants. D. E. DLSAUSSUUE.
June 2G ws?nio C. E. li. D.
Mrs. Emma T. Hopkins, Executrix, vs.
llenrv Caughmauef al.-MU for Muir of
H> al Estate.
XN pursuance of the decretal order in tho
above stated ease, the creditors of
WRIGHT DENLEY, deceased, aro hereby
direoti d to establish their demands before
mo, in Columbia, on or before the first
dav of December next.
D. U. DESAUSSURE, C. E. It. D.
July 14 mwSmo
RICHLAND- IN EQUITY.
John W. Parker vs. John L. Boat wright,
Adm'r, el al.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order in the
above .sluted case, the creditors of Ibo
late JOHN li. BOAT WHIG HT ai o directed
to render and establish their demands
against t he estate, before mo, m Columbia,
on or before t ho first dav of October next.
1). B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
July 11 mwSmo
Richland District-In Equity.
Franklin H. Elmore and Albert li. Elmore,
Adm'rs, vs. Grace P>. Elmore el nt.-Ititi
lo Marshal Asst ls, Sole of Heal Estate,
Relief, d c.
E.s pursuance of tho decretal order in the
a novo stated case, the creditors td
HARRIET C. ELMORE, deceased, aro
hereby required to ostabllsh their de?
mands befor me. on or before the first day
of Jannan ni xi.
1). ?J. DESAUSSUKE, C. E. R. D.
July M mwSmo
Edward Kinslor and Henry O. Kinaler,
Executors nf J. J. Kiusler, deceased, vs.
Ane lia lt. Kinslor et ol. -Mi', for Injunc?
tion, s.i eof Heal Estate ?tc. '
IN pursuance ol the decretal order in the
ab?.vc staled case, the er di tors of thc
lato J. J. KI NSI.Kli are hereby required to
establish their demands against t o estate,
before mo, in Columbia, on or before thc
lirst dav of January next.
I?. P.. DESAUSSUBE, C. E. ll. H.
July l l _mw3mo
M. I?. Wood, Adm'r de bonis non, et us il
al., va. Mrs. Ann Heck et al.
IN pursuaucool the decretal order in thc
above stated ease, the creditors of the
late CHAS. BECK are hereby required to
prove finir demands before me, within
three months from publication hereof, and
to file their objections to tho prayers ol
the complainants' hill.
1). JJ. DESAUSSUKE, C. E. lt. D.
Julv 14 mw3mo
F(?lt SALE at the
NEW and DESIRABLE GOODS
J JJ ST I N .
WE HAVE RECEIVED, amongst our NEW GOODS,
A COMPLETE LINE OF ENGLISH HOSIERY.
Every style of HOOP SKIRT, comprising the following:
Tip-Top, D?mi-Quaker, Invisible Quaker. Demi-Duplex,
Paris Trail, Ladies' Extra Long Demi-Quaker, Child's
Single Steel, Misses Single Steel, in movable and immova?
ble fastenings, &c, &c.
REAL VAL. INSERTINGS, GUIPURE EDGINGS,
BLACK SILK LACES and EDGINGS, Swiss Mulls. .
White Silk Laces and Edgings, Thread Bradings.
Real SWISSES, Paris, Swiss, Nainsooks and Mulls,
JACONET and SWISS EDGING, tc, &c. Also,
BOBBIN ET MOSQUITO NETTING-ALL WIDTHS AND PR?0ES.
FRENCH WOVE CORSETS, at Lowest Possible Prices.
R. C. SHIVER.
A ,\ I. \ . IM I LE ann Ll . 1 \
from wolla. Cheaper and mon ^^g^^^^gy^^^jjgaaSy
durable than a pump, Hafer aie". g^5^^?t^jfe>^&^^^^&i6wf
windlass. "Abita mention il btu
to pm ?se il." Moro than 5,000 aro ww^t^;'''"''-.
now in in Virginia and North - \ nStntSSfi S^L^LHHC
Carolina, aud the demand is nt ill - J$'>-'er\l'i^'
increasing. A Hiipply^ot^ thew- ^^^^^g|ffiKnBJB^H^HH^BH^^^^^.V
now on hand and for sale low hy -'~^^^y^<j?\ ' '.i^?fe?JwP^^^^^S?'**
g To WASHINGTON
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'! Important to House-keepers. . PROSPECTUS
"DEVOLUTIONIN THE PRESERVING '. OF rm:
?^^?SilVN^it ^^^S:: CHRISTIAN NEIGHBOR.
septic, tho cheapest and host method in ; /"^ OD willing, I shall cause to bo pul
tho world for preserving all kinds of Fruits, I \JC lished, at a place, time and uric
I Jellict, Spiced Fruits, Tomatoes, Cider, . hereafter determined upon, a Week
j Wine, Milk, some kinds of Vegetables, Ac. '. Paper, with the above stylo and title.
' lt saves sugar: it eaves tho trouble of Thu general object of tho publica tic
, soaling; it savoa tho expenso of scaling or w ill bo the maintenance ol tho Christie
air-tight jars or cana; it is 50 per cent. Scriptures as the standard of right, in s
I cheaper than any other method. It aili | questions which involve morality, w'hethi
preservo milk sweet from 12 to 3(5 hours tneso questions appertain to man indiv
; longer than it will naturally keep, with a dually or collectively, and whether ariah
result of furnishing ni'>n: cream and m ak- from his relation lo Cod or his neighbor
ling more butter in wann weather or in I Enjoining conscientious obedience to t
warm climates. One bottle will preserve tho ordinances of civil government not
. 128 pounds of fruit, or 18 gallons of wine conflict with tho law i t Cod, tho CH RI
or cider, or 128 gallons of milk. Warrant- 'PIAN NEIGHBOR will bo an nncquivoe
' ed to contain mithin;; injurious to health, advocate of Christianity as opposed to wa
i Full directions for using ace? mpany each While neither politics nor other incong
bottle. It is cheap, healthful and effect, nial matter shall in any wise alloy; yet tl
' uah For salo by principles of Christianity will bo applb
FISHER A HEiNITSH, Agents, to all matters, so far as they involvomor
I .Tidy is Druggists. principle. Politics shall h<" excluded fro
i " .v..religion, yoi tho ronner shall not bo o
F F I ISRYII. Fi H\\\F <>????' from tho application of tho latter.
Ulli .1 DDL 1 I Lilli IM.l.tLll Montifiod with tho Methodist Episcop
Is pnblisheil every Wednesday morning. Church, South, whoso authority under Cfj
at Abbeville, S. C., at $3 a year, in ad- 1H paramount with mc, nt.d liolding ti
I vance. lt js now in the twenty-third year principles announced, the NEIGHBOR
! of its publication, and embraces within the offered as a medium ol advocacy of all tl
; limits of ns circulation a good portion of interests of Christianity in I bat branch
the agricultural and mineral region of Hm Church, and also as an agency for e
Western South Carolina, business non of l?TO??S and establishing in other church!
everv class will lind in its columns an ex- 11,1,1 "'. ""' r*\8'?,n? beyond, that hingen
I cellent agent Tor bringing their business of Christ "which is not ol this world."
i before the pnblic. Advertisements inserted } desire to ascertain,.through tho aeon
at *1 nor square for the first insertion, and "r w,,? wiH yo ??* ??wrost tbcmselvc
1 flftv cents for each subsequent one, for a w,,:lt number ot subscribers (name, po
less lime than three mouths. A liberal omeo. County and State,) may be icc
deduction from these ratea will be made pnod in the beginning; the prico governi
I in favor of thoso who advertise for three, by srao of sheet for six or twelve mont
! six or twelve months, with tho privilege of <" ?? forth-coining on tho reception of t
Changing as often as desired. .1>;M? number. Let all commoi.u-ationB
M. M. & W. W. FARROW,* addressed SID H. BROWNE,
Jnlv 27 Proprietors. July ll Mandi, C. H., 8.0.
HEP?TICA. Ladies, Please Notice.
PANKNIN'8 HEPATIC BITTERS-a i ?m. UMBRELLAS, PARA- .
in w and valuable componml, possess- <Kr8ws MI',S> l''ANS and JKWELUY^ffiS
in>; extraordinary powers over the organs ||??51 noaily repaired. HSX
ol the liver and stomach, making it apo- iEjjJl New FANS made for thoso ?Wt*
sitive remedy for dyspepsia or indigestion MUM^fnrniahlng feathers,
an l a liver invigorates Try a bottle. For CLOCKS repaired, cleaned and warral
st le wholesale at Ina prices. ed, bv J. E. LUMSDEN,
FISH Ell & HEINITSH, Corner Lady and Assembly streets
.Tune 20 Druggists, Agents, Columbia. ' April ll)
ALL-RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
ATLANTA & NEW ORLEANS^
VIA CnATTAiNOOGA and GRAND JUNCTION.
Through in Forty-nine Hours !
TRAINS leave Atlanta daily at 8.45 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; making cloao connections
at all points. Arrive at No iv- Orleans at S
p. m. and 11.40 p. m.
JW Paasongors by trains of the Georgia
Railroad make close connections with this
ronto at Atlanta.
No Steamboats or Omnibuses on this
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES
ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
Fare as Low as by any other lioute.
Good nntil used, can be obtainod at
General Ticket Office, Atlanta, Ga.; Geor?
gia Railroad, Augusta. Ga.; South Carolina
Railroad, Charleston, 8. C. ; South Carolina
RailroaJ, Columbia, S. C.
JOHN B. PECK,
Westorn and Atlantic Railroad.
July IT _ t_8mo
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
OFFICE LAURENS RAILROAD,
LACHENS C. H., 8. C., July 12, 1807.
ON and aftor MONDAY, 22d instant, tho
trains will run over this Road as fol?
lows, until further notice:
Lcavo Laurens at 5 o'clock a.m. On Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, and arrive
at Newberry at ll o'clock a. m.
Leave Newberry on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays, at fifty minutes after 12
o'clock, connecting with both trams cn tho
Greenville and Columbia Railroad at Hele?
na Shops. JOSEPH CREWS, Sup't.
_ July 10_
Sup'ts Office N. C. Railroad Co.,
COMPANY SHOrS, MAY 27,18G7.
UNTIL further notice, Passenger Tra?na
will run on this Road as follows:
Leave Charlotte daily 12.19 a. m. ; Greens?
boro 4.51; Raleigh 9.18. Arrive in Golds
boro 12.10 p. in.
Leave Goldsboro 1.07 p. nu; Haleigh 8.50;
Grecnuborp 7.58. Arrivo in Charlotte
12.19 a. m.
Passengers make close through connec?
tions-either way-at Charlotte, with tho
Charlotte and South Carobna Railroad; at
Greensboro, tia Danville and Richmond:
at Raleigh, via Weldon and Bay Line and
Anname.ssic Line. Also, connect at Golda
boro with Mail Train on Wilmington and
Weldon Road, to and from Wilmington.
Time from Charlotte to Now York forty
hours, hy either route.
May 29 JAS. ANDERSON. Sup't.
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE A S. C. RAILROAD,
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 2, 1867.
ON and alter SUNDAY, May 5, tho sche?
dule of tho Passenger Trains over
this Road will be us follows:
Leave Columbia at.5.80 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.12.15 a. m.
Leave Cbarlotto at.12.20 a. m.
Arrivo at Columbia at.G.50 a. m.
Close connections aro made at Columbia
and Charlotte, with mail trainson tho North
Caroliua and South Carolina Railroads. By
this arrangement, pasaongora by Green?
ville Road go immediately through East?
ward, and have no detention in Columbia.
THROUGH TICKETS aro sold at Colum?
bia to Richmond, Va., Washington, D. C.,
Baltimore, Md., Philadelphia, Pa., and
New York city-giving choico 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 week, and Cbarlotto on tho samo
days and hour; arriving at Colombia And
Charlotte at 7 p. mi.
May;! C. BQUK NIGHT. Snp't.
Schedule over South Carolina R. R.
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
CnABLESTON, S. C., March IL 18G6.
ON and after thc 13tb inst., the Through
Mail Train will run au follows, viz:
Leave Charleston.8.00 a. m.
Arrive nt Columbia.5.20 p. m.
la ave Columbia. . 6.50 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 p. m.
March 18 _FL T. PEAKE, Gcn'l Snp't.
PASSENGER Trains will run daily, Sun?
days excepted, aa follows:
Leave Columbia at. 7.15 a. m.
?. Aluton at.9.05 "
?' Nowhcrry at.10.35 !'
Arrive at Abbovillo at. 8.18 p. m.
" at Anderson at.5.10 "
" at Greenville at.5.40
L< ave Greenville at. 6.00 a. BX.
" Anderson at.6.30 "
" Abbeville at. 8.35 "
" Newberry at.1.20 p. rn?
Arrive at Alston at.2.45 "
" at Columbia at. 4.40 "
D??-Tho Trains of this Railroud mn daily
(Sundays excepted) over Blue Ridge Rail?
road, between Anderson and Walhalla, to
connect with the up and down trains of tho