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1 Harry'. Hors?.
The baby UM La ber mother's arms,
Quiet, and pale, and thin;
Bal the little head ia once more ratted,
Aa Harry cornea bounding in.
A wooden horse in his hand bs holds,
Dark gray, with ? long black maloo;
And an eager, longing look lights np
Tho pale little face again. -
"No, baby dear, I will hold it close,
Bat I cannot giro it to yon: . ,
I'm afraid you woukyet it fall and break,
My horse ao pretty and new."
But the pale little eager face still pleads,
Outstretched is tho amah hand still;
Ho stands for a montant, then hold? it oat,
.TU lend it to baby, I will."
Tba* day'tt paat, and ho finds it ?gain, .
Where the baby had thrown it aside;
Hercoral red, with its silver bella,
Still fajst to the bridle tied.
There's a touch of paint off thc bright
And a chip off the horse's ear:
Bat, ohl not that to the boy's blue eye
Bringa the quickly gathering tear.
And while Harry bte* he will stUl bo zWA
T??? ho leno her his norse that day;
For the baby has gone where novel again
Can ?he ask with bis toy? to play.
j m . ?
A Singular Romanice.
M. Do Peno narrates in the Inde?
pendence Beige the following extraor?
I know a young gentleman named
Swill say) Charles, who has been
e hero of a singular romaneo. On
coming of ago, he entered on a'Pa?
risian life with 25,000 francs a year.
Forty years ago, the young mirlifion
in Pani de ELook'B romances playecl
satanically on 6,000 francs, rolled in
cabriolets, und kept da usc uses. Tunee
aro changed since then, and Charles
could not keep a carriage, nor a styl
, iah danset?e, and no one ever spoko oi
his losing money at the club. Sui
he contrived to ruin himself, though,
He went into the world, he went tc
the club, and kept a ' mistress; bu
ho did all this within his means. Hil
weakness was-that of lending to an]
friend who asked. He was nevei
repaid; and when he found his for
tune more than half gone, instead o
economizing, he tried speculating ii
stocks, at which ho lost continually.
Nearly ruined, he had, however
nothing of the air of an unlucky fe!
low. He went to the first ball of tb
carnival. There a lady in a blacl
satin domino and mask showei
marked preference for his society
Through her mask, it was eviden
that her eyes and teeth were inugnifi
cent, and' her figure 'Was tall an
strikingly elegant, while a little hand
neatly gloved, waved in graceful get
tures. For two hours, tho pair passe
the time delightfully.
? 'Let us go to supper, " said Charlei
The lady unmasked/ and dis pl aye
a face which stops growing old e
thirty, though ito possessor may b
forty. Its lines wore perfeotly str
tuesque, and tho young man though
he had never teen a more encbantin
woman. Suddenly she nstontshe
him by sayiftg:
"I have a son of your age."
Thia was startling, nay incredible
The lady continued:
"I am a widow, and for reasot
which I will explain, I have had o<
casion to make the strictest inquirh
as to yonr Ufe. I find that you hat
been ruined, not by vice, but t
generosity, and that you have rai
talents, and are in every respect, sa^
your recklessness, a man to be love
and esteemed. My husband left n
two minions of francs, and I have
oharming daughter. There are fam
ly reasons, unknown to yon, whir,
give you a right to our intimacy ai
a share in our fortune."
These reasons were very singnla
The lady's father had been a stowa:
to the grand-father of Charles, ar
not a very faithful steward, since I
had. by abusing his trust, made a fe
tune and run away to Poland. He
he increased his ill-gotten capital ai
married into a rich and noble famil
Here he died, leaving the two m
lions, the widow and children.
The widow, who knew his histor
employed a secret agent to ascerta
,if Charles was a deserving youl
man, and found that he was son:
thing more. The young man marri
her daughter, and now all goes wc
JOKE OF A CBAZY WOMAN.
Hamilton, a few days since, a era
woman was to be taken to the I]
wich Asylum. She was furions a
violent, and it required the combin
strength of four men to handle i
and get her into the vehicle, wbi
was finally accomplished in spite
ber struggles. She was taken to I]
wich. When arrived there, 1
demeanor suddenly and entin
changed. She became quiet and <
cile, and surrendered herself into 1
arms of her four custodians with
air of satisfied superiority, for, si
she, "I feel more honored and ezall
than was Jesus when he entei
Jerusalem, for he rode upon one
only, hui I am riding upo/i four."
A correspondent of a Western ;
per says that ono of the wealth!
men of Boston, becoming invob
not long since, made' over Lia p
perty to his eldest son, in order
..?ave it. He passed through
crisis, however, without failnro
prosecution; but when he came
demand tho property back, the i
refused to restore it. The latter o
holds the estate and lives in luxa
whilo tho father has died of a brol
A?T UNTO WAHI) EVENT.-Thor o ro
sides in a certain oily an bid'gentle
pian, a merchant, "who hos an only
daughter, po?sessod of the highest
attractions, moral, personal and pe?
cuniary. She was engaged io a
young matr" as well off in worldly
goode as herself. They were all in
all to each other, and the day was
fixed for their onion. Some two
weeks previous to the time appointed
for the wedding, the espoused at?
tended a soiree, at which a quarrel
occurred between them in conse?
quence of his paying more attention
than she thought justifiable to a
yoong lady with sparkling eyes and
inimitable ringlets. The gentleman
retorted, and spoke slightingly of a
j certain cousin, whose waist-coat waa
i the admiration of the assembly, and
I which, it was hinted darkly, had
boon embroidered by the fair hand
of the heiress in question. He add
I ed. in nonnlnni/-ir>f thit it VOUld bo
I time enough for him to be scolded
when they were married, and that he
thought she had adopted a certain
Sortion of the male'attire "c. little
After supper both the lovers had
become more cool; iced champagne
and oold chicken had done their
work; and leave was _ taken by the
bridegroom inpossee, in kindly and
affectionate, if not in such enthusi?
astic terms, as had previously termi?
nated their meeting.
On the next morning, the swain
thought with some remorse on the
angry feeling he had exhibited, and
on the cutting sarcasm with which he
had given it vont; and as a part of
the amende honorable, packed up
with great core a magnificent satin
dress, which he had previously be?
spoken for his beloved, and which
had been sent homo to him in tho
interval; and transmitted it to the
lady, with a note to the following
.'Dearest, I.bavo been unable to
close my eyes all night, in conse?
quence of thinking of our foolish
misunderstanding last evening. Pray
??ardon me; and in token of your
orgiveness, deign to accept tho ac?
companying dress, and wear it foi
the sake of your affectionate-."
Having written the note, he gav?
it to a boy to deliver. But, as a pail
of unmentionables wanted repairing,
he sent thom to his tailor by the
same messenger. The inevitable
contretemps the reader will at once
anticipate. Yes, the boy made a fata!
blnnder; he left the satin dress witl
the tailor, and tho note, togethe.
with the dilapidated habiliment, a
the residence of the lady. Her in
dignation was neither to be describee
nor appeased. So exasperated wa
she at what she considered a deter
maned but deliberate affront, tba
when her admirer called, she orderet
the door to be dosed in bis face, re
fused to listen to any explanation
and resolutely broke off the match
Before many weeks were elapsed
means were found to make her ac
quainted with the history of the ol
jeotionable present; but she, nevet
theless, adhered firmly to her resolve
deeply lamenting the misadventure
but determined to let the burdon o
the ridicule rest upon her onluck
THE TOMB or JULIET.-Dr. Nott
in a very, interesting letter froi
Paris to the Mobile Register, givin
an account of his tour in Italy, writ?
as follows of Verona:
"Verona is the most importai
town in Venetia, after the city <
Venice; it is now little more than
fortified camp of Austrians, and bea:
all the marks of Austrian desolatioi
The town is one of great inter?s
flue churches, Roman remains, Ar
Among the antiquities, is an amph
theatre, after the style of the Collis
um at Rome, in a good state of pr
servation, wh'ich is still used; and wi
accommodate 60,000 persons. Her
too, is the tomb of Juliet, so immo
talized by Shakspeare-it is a mela
choly relio of the past, and well cr
oulated to teach a moral.
"Juliet was buried in an old co
vent, which, after many vicissitude
has become a stable; a poor Itali?
family lives in a little shanty ndjoi
ing, and one of the little boys u
locked the door of the stable ni
showed us round. In one corner
tho room is a dilapidated sarcoph
gus, which covers the remains
Juliet; in the opposite coruer of tl
same room, and not more than twe
ty-five feet off, standing on tho d
floor, was tied by the trough an i
uocent-lookiug donkey, with et
like elk horns. On ono of the sti
coed walls is still seen, in pretty go
preservation, a fresco of the Virgi
and on tho opposite, another of t
"I confess that this scone w
Wvn ?rita, mea painful jretnioisceni
though it may teach lo the reflect!
minda pointed morpi. There si
lingers with me a few 'green spots
memory's waste,' to whioh my mi
wanders from time to time, in
solitary moments, with much pl
sure-death alone can crush <
human nature; it will risc und In
its say, iu spite of philosophy n
even religion. No man who has ai
thing noble, generous and good
his composition, can look up at <
tomb as I have seen it, without ox
rionoing emotions whioh t,v"u Shi
speare himself could- not portray.'
Ab??Fis goa orally very ato all at
first, and a feilem hardly notices it,
but in a* few days it gets to be the
biggest of the two, and the chap that
has it is of very little account in oom
parison with his boil, which then
"has him." Boils appear mysteri?
ously upon various portions of the
human body, coming when and where
"they darn please/' and often in very
inconvenient places. Sometimes a
solitary boil is the sum total of afflic?
tion, bu- frequently there is a "rub
ishin'lot of 'om" to help the first
one. If a boil comes anywhere on a
Eerson, that person always wishes it
ad come somewhere else, although
it would puzzle him to say just
Some persons call them "Dam
boils," bat such persons are addicted
to profanity-the proper name is
boil. If a chap has a boil he gene?
rally gets a good deal of sympathy
from others-"in ? hom." Whocvox
asks him what ails him, laughB at
him for his pains to answer, while
many unfeeling persons %iake game
of him, or. of his misfortune, or boil.
It is very wicked to make sport of
persons with boils; they cannot help
it, and often feel very badly about
it. Physicians don't give boil pa?
tients much satisfaction as a general
thing, although young physicians just
beginning to practice are fbnd of try?
ing their lancets on them. Boils are
said to be "healthy," and, judging
from the way they take hold, and
hang on, and aube, and burn, and
grow, and raise Cain generally, there
is no doubt that they ave healthy aud
have good constitutions. They are
generally very lively and playful at
bight, and it is very fanny to see a
chap with a good large one prospect?
ing around his couch for a piuco
where, his boil will fit in "without
hnrting." Boils tend to "purify tho
blood," strengthen the system, calm
the nerves, restrain the profanity,
tranquilize the spirits, improve the
temper, and beautify the appearance.
They aro good things for married
men who spend their evenings away
from home, as they give them an op?
portunity io rest their night-keys and
get acquainted with their families.
It is said that boils save tho patient
"a fit of sickness;" but if the sick?
ness is not the best to have, it must
be an all-fired mean thing. It is also
said that a person is better after ho
has had them, and there is no doubt
that one feels much better after hav?
ing got rid of them. Many distin?
guished persons have enjoyed these
harbingers of health. Job took the
first premium at the county fair for
having more achers under cultivation
than any other person. Shakspearo
had them, and meant boils when he
said, "One woe doth tread upon an?
other's heels, so fast they follow."
There are a great many remedies
for boils, most of which are well
worth trying, because, if they don't
do any good, they don't hurt the
boils. If a chap goe* down the
street with a boil, every man he
meets will tell him of a "good thing"
for it; among which are: Shoemakers'
Wax, Mrs. Winslow's Syrup, Trix,
Spaulding's Clue, Charlotte Buche,
Gum Drops, Water-proof Blacking,
Niqht-Blooming Cereus, Chloroform,
Kissengen, ?fcc, &c.
[The general result of our observa?
tions on boils for the past two weeks,
is, the best place to have a boil is
upon somebody else's nock.]
A FEM AXE WITNESS.-"Facts are
stubborn things," said a lawyer to n
female witness nnder examination.
The lady replied: "Yes, sir, and so
are women; and if you get anything
out of me, just let me know it."
"You'll be committed for contempt"
"Very well, I'll suffer justly, for I
feel the utmost contempt for every
PLANTS FOB SALE.
I am prepared to furnish tho
lovorB of PLANTS, such as
Geraniums, Heliotropes, Fuch?
sias, and many other beautiful
plantH, cheaper than sold in any
J. A. CRAWFORD,
Corner of Blauding and Bull .-t-.,
April 18_Colombia, 8. C.
The Industrial School.
THE ahove SCHOOL, on Arsenal Hill,
resumed instructionson MONDAY, the
23d. Tho services of a competent Teacher
being secured, all who desire an educa?
tion, and instruction in Needle-work, Ac.,
eau do so by immediate application.
Terms moderate. Those who aro not able
to pay will have tho privilege of an educa?
tion and allowed the- nof book*, slate,
Ac, BO as to give them every opportunity
to attend tho School. _March 21
M. W. BYTHEWOOD,
Auctioneer and General Commission Merchant
On Washington st., rear oj, A. To'.Uson's,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
THE above ?toro having been rented, I
am from this day prepared tc receive
consignments of Cotton, Corn. Flour,
Bacon, Groceries a'nd Provisions in gene?
ral: also, Furniture, Dry Goods, Clothing,
From my experience of twenty years in
the auction and oommisfioii bualneca, in
thia city, Charleston and !>t wherry, S. C.,
I hope to receive a liberal share nf patron
ii-.c ir in ti.y . d friends and fl I'Onllc
Km? ?Til lt t ic IO
-ir\riLBs- p"ro Spanish SMOKING
JA JU TOBACCO.
IOU lbs. Lom-Jack Smoking Tobacco.
For sale low br E. A U. I>. HuFE.
Scrofula, or Klug;'? Evil, it ji ui cd Uy
using Hamish's Queen'* Delight.
GEHEBAIJ BUPERISTENDKMT'S O?TICE,
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
U-ftt? April ?, 1868.
FpHE FOLLOWING FREIGHT; TARIFE
JL from Nashville ?od Chattanooga ta
Columbi* wiii take effect from and after
To Coktmbia. . NathviUe. Chattanooga.
Bacon per 100 Iba.83 62
0ats per bnshol.28 21
Corn per bushel.86 27
Wheal, rye and barley per
Fork and beef per barrel..$2.67 $1.92
Flem*, apples, onions and
potatoes ncr barral.1.59 1.19
Whi?key, high wines and
alcohol. 3.95 2.95
(8igned.) H. T. PEAKE,
May 7_general Superintendent.
South Carolina Railroad.
THIS Company has now for sale, for tbe
accommodation of merchants through?
out the oonntry, "B?8INE8S TICKETS"
to travel over thc read
ONK THcnBiwn -11,23 FOR ??5. .
They can be procnr' at the Company's
Ticket Offices in Augusta, Columbia and
Camden; also in Charleston, from
L. C. HENDRICKS,
General Ticket Agent,
April 10 fm Oftico John street.
THE POLLOCK HOUSE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has fitted
np bis establishment, and hau re?
ceived a large stock of the fineBt
- qualities and brands of LIQUORS,
WINES, ALES, 8EGAR8, Smoking and
Chewing TOBACCO, etc.; SYRUPS, COR?
DIALS and other articles.
JELLIES and BRANDY FRUITS of home
In the rear of the wholesale ptore, ho
has a handsomely appointed
[WHERE the besfctwf everything is
. OF all kinds-FISH, OYS
(TEES, GAME, MEATS, &.c.A\
\-furnished at Bhort notice,!'
kand in tho very best styles.
|WKL - ATTACHED to thu estab
AUIS^K lishment are commodious^
^5^^ rooms, whoreprivato DINNERS
and SUPPERS will bo furnished for any
number of persona from two to 150.
LUNCH every day, at ll o'clock.
Hie Proprietor pledges himself that bo
will continue, as heretofore, to use his ut?
most endeavors to give perfect satisfaction
to his patrons and guests.
Jan 1 T. M. POLLOCK. Proprietor.
Camden Street, rear c." Gregg's Cliina Store.
J. t'I.EXDI.MIXG. ... Proprietor.
"AYING thoroughly fitted up tho above
L establishment au a RESTAURANT,
I am prepared to furnish visitors with the
beat of EATABLES and DRINKABLES.
OY8TERS, GAME. FISH, MEATS, etc.,
prepared in thu very beet style, hv one of
tho finest cooks in "tho citv. SUPPERS
furnished at abort notice. Families sap
plied with OYSTERS at reasonable prices.
Choice WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
conatantlv on hand. LUNCH every dav at
II o'clock'. Doc 10
WITH now and untried medicino?. If
von value your health, procure the
well tested remedy for COUGHS, COLDS
and nffoctiona of the Throat, Breast and
stanley's Cough Syrup will erne.
Stanley's Cough Syrup has been tried.
Stanley's Cough Svrup is for aale at
FISHER &. HEINITSH'S
Feb 27_Drug 8tore.
A Good Spring Medicine for Horses.
HEINITSH'S GERMAN HORSE POW?
DERS, for Indigestion, Distemper,
Hide-bound, Drowsiness, Loss of Appetite.
Inward Sprains, Debility, Wasting of
Flesh, Sore Eyes, Swelled Legs, Grease,
Man po, Surfeit, Old Coughu, for Exhaus?
tion from Work. It carries off all foul
humors, purifies and cools tho blood, and
prevente horses becoming stiff and foun?
dered. It is a stimulus for weak stomachs,
and renders tho limbs and skin soft and
fine, giving a smooth coat to tho hair.
Theso Powders have been used in Colum?
bia for tho last twenty-five years, and hun?
dreds of citizen* attest their virtues. For
salo only hy FISHER A HEINIT8H,
March 6 Druggists.
Dr. Geo. Smith's Dental Laboratory.
THE subscriber offers induce
flj*fk ments-in the wav of GOOD WORK
<5?TWand LOW PRICES-to one and all
requiring hiu professional services. Give
him a call. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed
or no charge Office on Camden street,
nearly opposite the Park. Nov 3 ly
CHARLOTTE AND 8. O.B. R. COMPANY,
GEN'L FREIOHT AND TICKET ACT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., December ll, 1807.
ON ?nd after THIS DAY, COTTON will
be forwarded via the "SEABOARD
INLAND AIR LINE FBEIGHT ROUTE,"
Ta Baltimore, $3.25 per bale of 400 lbs.
To Philadelphia. *4.00 per bale of 400
lbs. or less.
To New York, $4.00 per bale of 400 lbs.
This route ia cheaper, quicker and a? re?
liable as any competing line. -
Tho rates hoing tho samo, ?hippers Bave
32 cent?per bale-estimating cotton at 16
cents per pound-in Marine Insurance, by
having their cotton forwarded via thia
route. E. B. DOBSEY,
Deo 12 Gen. Freight and Trana. Agent.
Reduction of Freight Tariff by the
Great Southern Freight Line.
?ud nicer ?J&fXi 7th, 1868, the fol
yj lowing FBEIGHT TARIFF will be
From New York to Columbia, first class,
per 100 lbs., $1.00; second class, 90 couts;
third olass, 80cents; fourth class, 76 cents;
fifth class, 70 cents.
From Baltimore to Columbia, first class,
per 100 lbs., $1; second class, 00 couts;
third class, 80 cents; fourth class, 70
cen tn; fifth class 70 cents.
H. T. PEAKE,
' General Superintendent, S. C. B. B.
? April 8 , _.
Office North Carolina Railroad Co.,
COMPANY SHOPS, Ar-Bn. 1, 1868.
/~*N and after this dato, tho following
VJ will bo tho Bchcdulo for PASSENGEB
TRAINS over this road: "
Leave Charlotte daily at.ll.30.p. m.,
*' Greensboro at. 5.05 a. m.
V Raleigh at. 9.41 "
Arrive at GoldBboro at.12.25 p. m.
Leave GoldBboro at.12.30 "
'? Bakigh at. 3.20 "
.* Greensboro at. 7.17 "
Arrive at Charlotte at.v11.35 p. m.
Through Passengers by this- lino have
choice of routes tia Greensboro and Dan?
ville to Bichmond, or ria.Baleigh and Wel?
don to Bichmond or Portsmouth; arriving
at all points North of Bichmond at the
same time by either route. Connection ie
made at Goldsboro with Passenger Trains
on tho Wilmington and Weldon Bailroad
to and from Wilmington, and by Freight
Train to Weldon. Also to Newberu, on A.
& N. C. Boad. Freight Trains will leave
Charlotte at 2 a. m. and arrive 6.20 p. m.
April ll JAS. ANDEBSON, Sup't.
"FAST" EXPRESS LINE
FROM COI. V MU I.V. TO "?EW YORK.
GREAT ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAYS.
NEW and"FAsV Scl???D?~LE now In
operation, with complete and continu?
ous connections, from Columbia and all
points in tho interior of South Carolina,
via Kingsville, Wilmington and Weldon, to
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Phila?
delphia, New York, Boston, and all princi?
pal points North and Eust. No change of
Passenger Cars between Weldon aud
Acquia Creek. No OmnibnB transfer at
Petersburg or Richmond. Fare os low as
by any other route. Time, forty-three
hour.- to New York.
At Weldon, Passengers have choice of
tho following routes, viz: Crisfied and An
namessic Linc, Washington or Inland
Line, Baltimore or Old Bay Line. Tickets
good by either route.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.-ThoJfoutc by
Charlotte and Greensboro ia advertised as
seventy-five niiles ?horter and twelve boura
quicker-try it, if you wish to be deceived.
Through Fa?t Express Train, bia fWil
mingtou, Weldon aud Richmond, leaves:
Columbia....10.00 a. m
Kingsville.11.30 a. m.
Wilmington. 9.30 p. m.
Weldon. 6.20 a. m.
Bicbmond.11.10 a. m.
Washington. 7.00 p.m.
Wilmington, Delaware .11.57 p.m.
Philadelphia. . 1.30 a. m.
New York, arrives. 5.20 a. m.
f Via Wilmington, Weldon, Portsmouth
and An n ame s a ic routes, leaves:
Columbia.10.00 a. m.
Kingsville.11.80 a. m.
Wilmington. 9.30 p.m.
Weldon. 6.20 a. m.
.Portemouth.10.45 a. m.
Ciisfield. 6.00 p. m.
Wilmington, Delaware.11.57 p.m.
Philadelphia. 1.30 a. m.
New York, arrives. 5.20 a. m.
.The Steamers of the Old Bay Line leave
for lialtimore 7.30 p. m.
tLeavo Now York 7.30 p. m. to come South.
Two trains daily from Kingsville, North
the 11.33 a. m. Fast Express, and 2.00 p.
m. Mail. Baggage checked through.
Elegant Sleeping Carson all Night Trains.
Through Tickets, good by either route
until used-with option to Passengers of
atopping at terminal points-can be ob?
tained at the Ticket Office of the South
Carolina Railroad. P. H. LANGDON,
Oct 23 Gmo Gon'l Southern Agent.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE
OF CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
AND ITS CONNECTIONS:
Go?tg North Coming South
Head Down. Read Up.
VIA GRKE.VSIIORO .VXD DANVILLE.
ABBIVE. LEAVE. TERMINALS. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
I 4.00 P. M.!.Columbia. 6.00 A. M.!
11.05 P. M. ?11.35 " !..,.... Charlotte.11.85 P. M. 11.35 P. M.
4.45 A. M. 5.30 A. M. j.Greensboro . 7.02 " j 7.17 "
5.00 P. M.I 8.50 P. M.I.Richmond. 4.45 A. M. 8.15 A. M.
0.15 A. M.I 7.45 A. M.j.Washington. 5.50 P. M.I 7.30 P. M.
9.10 " 19.45 " .Baltimore. 3.45 " 4.15 "
1.32 P. M.I 1.32 P. M.I.Philadelphia.12.00 ld. 12.00 M.
5.08 " j i.New York.I 8.30 A.M.
VIA PORTSMOUTH AND HAV MVP.
0. 3 i A. M.i 9.35 A. M.I.Raleigh.I 3.15 P. M.! 3.20 P. M.
3.H5P. M.i 3.80 P. M.'.Weldon.10.35 A. M.'l0.40A. M.
7.30 " I 7.30 " i.Portsmouth.? 6.00 " ? 6.30 "
8.30 A. M.I 9.45 A. M.I.Baltimore.' 3.45 P. M.( 4.30 P. M.
1. ?2P. M.; 1.32 P. M.Philadelphia.92.00 M. 112.00 M.
5.08 " I.New York.' j 8.36 A. M.
VIA PORTSMOUTH AND AXXAMKSSIC LINK.
7.30 P. M., 7.30 T. M..Portsmouth.' 6.00 A. Ill 6.30 A. M.
2 45 A. M 2.45 A. M 1.Crlsfleld.10.45 P. M. ?10.45 P. M.
8.08 .. ?12.80 P. M. .Wilmington, Delaware. 4.45 " ! 5.05 .?
1.32 P. M. 1.32 I.Philadelphia.13.30 " 18.30 "
5 08 " .NfewYork. JlllS6A. M.
OPTIONAL TICKETS to all points North, good over either route
named above, can he bad on application at the Tioket Office, foot of Blaud
iug street. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
April 29 C. BOUKNIGHT, Superintendent.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
GEN I. SUPEMNTEN'B OFFICE, 8. C. R. R.,
f\S and after thia dato th?iSRlFF by
\Jr the Great Bouthorn JPRit Lino,
FROM COLUMBIA, will heft wflows. viz:
Cotton per bale, to New York.$4.00
" u Philadelphia.4.00
" '* Baltimore.3.25
Thia route ia guaranteed as cheaper,
quicker and more reliable than any com?
peting, while the difference of insnranoe,
not amounting to 20o, Ia over twice o?m
""??iu by dmerenco of rates.
H. T. P?AKE,
Deo ll General Superintendent.
Reduction of Freight Bates by the
Seaboard Inland Air Line Route.
CHARLOTTE AND S. C. B. B. CO.,
GKN*L FBEIOHT AITD TICBET ACT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 8,1868.
rpHE following PRE?GHT TAST?T, ita
JL una route, will take effect from and
after this date:
To New York, first ciaos, 11.00; second
class. 00 cents; third elisa, 80 cents;
fourth claaa, 70 cents.
To Baltimore, first class, $1.00; second
class, 00 cents; third class, 80 cents; fourth
class, 70 cents.
/Br Marine Inf trance effected on goods
over this line at very low rales, as its
steamers avoid Cape Hatteras.
I E. B. DOBSEY,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
Charlotte & South Carolina R. H. Co.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., March 31,1868.
ON and after this date, tho Trains over
this Road will run as follows:
Leave Columbia at.4.00 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.00 p.. m.
Leave Charlotto at.11.35 p. m.
Arrivo at Columbia at. 6.00 a. m.
Passengers taking this route, going
North moko close connections at Greens?
boro, Weldon and Portsmouth.
HST Tickets optional from Greensboro,
either via Danville or Baleigh; and from
Portsmouth either via Bay Line or Arma
mes flic Route. Baggage chocked through.
AS- TIME AS QUICK and FARE AS
LOW aa by any other route.
Passengers from Greenville Railroad
going North, make same time, by taking
this route at 4 o'clock p. m., as they will
bs leaving here at 6 a. m., as the limo to
all points North of Richmond is the same.
Trains of this route coming South, make
connections with trains of Greenville Bond
For THROUGH TICKETS to Richmond.
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and
New York, apply at Ticket Office, foot Blan?
An Accommodation Train will be run
as follows :
Leave Columbia on Monody*. Wednes
davs and Fridays at 7 A. M", airiving at
Charlotto at 6.35 P. M.
Returning-leave Charlotte on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 A. M.,-ar?
riving at Columbia at 5.05 P. M
PassengcrB tuking the 6 A. M. Train
from Charlotto can connect with Night
Train of South Carolina Road for Charles?
ton. Passengers from Charleston can-by
leaving the South Carolina Train at Junc~
Hon-connect with tho 7 A. M Train,from
Columbia. CALEB BOUKNIGHT,
April 1 Superintendent.
Change of Schedule on G. & C. B. B.
ON and after FRIDAY, the 6th instan^
Passenger Trains will run daily, Sut
days excepted, aa follows:
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a. zn.
" Alston at. .. .. 8.55 *.
" Newberry at.10.35 "
Ai i m at Abbeville at. 3.30 p.m.
" at Anderson at.5.15 "
" at Greenville at.6.P0 '*
Leave Greenville at.6.00 a. tu
V Anderson at.6.45 "
" AbbeviUeat.8.45 "
" Newberry at. 1.25p.m.
Arrive at Alston at.3.00 "
n at Columbia at.5.00 **
Trains on the Blue Bidgo Railroad will
also run daily, Sundays excepted.
Leave Anderson at.6.20 p. m.
Pendleton at.6.20 "
Arrive at Walhalla at.8.00 "
Leave Walhalla at. 4.00 a. m.
*' Pendleton at.5.40 " A
Arrivo at Anderson at.6.46. Jaj?*"
The train will return from BeIton^i?m
derBon on Monday and Friday mornHBa.
JAS?ES O. MEREDITH,
Dec 8_General Superintendent.
Columbia pud Augusta Railroad Co.,
COLUMBIA', 8. C., February 13,1868.
ON and after FRIDAY, the 14th inst.,
Passenger Trains will be run over the
road as follows, on Tuesdays and Fridays
of oach week:
Leave Lexington C. H., at.a00 A. M.
" Colnnibia,| at.4.00 P.M.
Arrive at Columbia, at.9.30 A. M.
" Lexington C. H., at_6.00 P.M.
Freights will also hu taken and delivered
promptly. C. BOUKNIGHT,
Feb 13 thmlmo_Superintendent.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
GENEBAL SUP'TS OFFICE.
CHARLESTON, S. C., March 28,ltft8.
PASSENGER THAIN'S will run as fol?
Leave Charleston for Columbia, fi.80 a. m.
Arrive at Kingsville. 1.30 p. m.
Leave Kingsville. 2.?0 p. ni.
Arrive at Columbia. 3.50 p. m.
Leave Columbia. 6.00 a. m.
Arrive at Kingsville. 7.80 a. ni.
Leave Kingsville. 8.CO p. m.
Arrive at Charlesten. 3.10 p. m.
The Passenger1 Train on the Camden
Bi auch will connect with up and down
Columbia Traine und Wilmington ?nd Man?
chester Kailioad Trains on MONDA Y>,
WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Night Express Freight and Passenger
Accommodation Train will run HS follows:
Leave Charleston for Cohrhibia. .6.40 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.6.05 ?. m.
Leave Columbia. .5.86 p. m.
Arrive at Charleston.5.40 a.m.
March 31 H. T. PEAKE, Gen') Snp't.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
OFFICE LAURENS RAILROAD,
LAURENS C. H.. 8. C., July 12,1367.
ON and after MONDAY, 22d uietaut, the
trains will mn over this Road as fol?
low!-, until further notice":
Leave Laurens at 5 o'clock a. m. on Moh -
days, vVefiuoaUays and Fridays, and arme
at Newberry al ll o'clock a. m.
Leave Newberry on Mondays, Wednes?
days '?id Fridays,*at fifty minutes after IS
o'clock, connecting with both trains on tb*
Greenville and Colnmbia Railroad at Beli ?
na Shops. JOSEPH CREWS, Snp't.