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A remnant of man's former grandeur yefts left,
A blank within his eh araoter to fill:
Ono glorious principle through all hi? guilt shines
To prove that character immortal still.
Progression, his primeval glory calls to mind,
And proves a remnant of his former might;
It is that principle which rulos his overy act,
And bids hint "tripple o'er tho loftiest height."
To paint the glory of his state, in Eden's grovo,
No poet can.sumoient genius claim;
Bo pure that lilies in their modesty would blush.
If ranked in honor with his name.
Hut ahl this period of parity how short !
How soon tho day-dream of his lifo was past!
Tho fruit was plucked, and with it bitter know?
And o'er his lifo a withe? Jug gloom was cast.
But let us tnrn away from such a sceno as this,
And view the brightest pioture of his life;
Wherein progression standcth forth with lovely
To bear him nobly ihrough this world's great
The labyrinths of art aro visited by bim,
And gems of knowlodgo spring to light,
Descending deep within tho bosom of the earth,
Uer hidden beauties ho reveals to sight.
Do solves the countless wonders of philosophy;
He counts tho stars which light thc sky at even;
And poering through the distant veil which hangs
He tells to earth new. tales of Hoavcn.
That progress which to us, is visible in man,
Tho page of history o'erspreads with light;
It finds a nome upon tint bosom of tho deep,
And roams with equal grace upon tho moun?
It panses but a moment at that heavy stroke,
Which by the ruthless hand of death is given,
And then begins its onward Hight, to solve eter?
To writhe in pain--or reap the joyB ol Heaven!
ERSKINE COLLEGE, S. C., January ll, 1869.
A YOUNG NEMESIS.
Detectives' stories are rarely devoid oi
interest, and when truthfulness is a promi?
nent element of their matter, they acquire
positive importance in the eyes of the gene?
ral reader. The one told by an officer, in
the New Orleans Picayune, and printed
below, is no exception to tho rule. As a
record of facts, giving prominence to thc
keenness and courage of a woman, it will
be fonnd worthy of perusal:
In 1848, a circumstance occured in New
Orleans which, at the time, created an ex?
citement which affected tho entire popula?
tion. An old merchant, highly connected,
wealthy and of distinguished social posi?
tion, one night mysteriously disappeared.
His family were in infinite distress, and hit
business in consequent disorder. He lefl
his store at a late hour, ostensibly to gc
borne; but, before going, contrary to hi;
usual practice, he put in his pocket a large
snm of money. His way led along Peten
street, on the bank of the river, far dowe
in the Third District of the city. His lif<
may have been sacrificed, and his bodj
thrown into the flood that rolled at his feet
PoHoe regulations at that time wero bad
and crimes of this description were not un
frequently perpetrated. A little way bael
from the street was a ruinous building, hali
tumbling to decay, and inhabited by a num
ber of people, men and women inured tc
vice, and living by robbery.
Among the not?s Mr. Conlay was knowi
to possess was one for $500, with tho won
"Canal" written on the back. Tho res
wero of various denominations and with o ti'
Mr. I-and myself visited the residenc
of the missing man, at the request of hi
wife, and by her we were charged with th
duty of tracing ont and bringing to justic
his supposed murderers. She was a tall
elegant-looking lady, of commanding pre
Eonce and great culture. Tho wealth of he
beauty and fine mind were inherited by he
daughter, a young girl scarcely twentj
The terrible bereavement had paralzyed th
senses cf the mother, but had aroused th
energy aud fire of tho young girl's nature
More like a beautiful Nemesis than an ordi
nary woman she appeared to us. As w
entered the room she was in the act of cou
soling her mother. The long black hai
had escaped from its confinement an
almost enveloped her person in its ebo
tresses. The great, luminous eyes wer
tearful, but flashing and full of Are. Th
faoo was dark with the blood of her Spanis
race, bat the Agare was queenly, slende
and faultless as a model. Tho gloriou
beauty of this young girl fascinated whil
it bewildered you. Rate in its exquisit
loveliness, the eye delighted to rest on tb
willowy outline and graceful symmotrj
Starting up as wo entered the room, she it
quired nastily, almost fiercely, I though
"Aro yon the detectives?"
"We are," and I mentioned our names.
"I must speak to you in private," sh
said, and led the way to an adjoining aparl
"What do you think of tho matter?" sli
asked, when out of hearing of her mothoi
"As yet, an opinion would bo mere guest
work," I replied.
"Nevertheless, J have como to one.
.have no donbt he has been murdered, an
""^Mittt the deed was committed somewhei
?ioar that old ruinous building by tho river.
"Some such ide* has crossed my mini
but there is no trace as yet which can len
to proof of it."
"Wo will find it, rest assured," she sait
"abd to this end you must co-operate wit
ino. And now listen to what I have to sa;
To-night, at 12 o'clock, precisely, do yo
two visit the old building. I will bo thor
Ask for tho young woman who applied i
night-fall to them for shelter. Let yoi
object be, apparently, to arrest her."
"Hut I do not understand!"
"Bntyou will. I am going there at dus!
disguised as a beggar girl. Ry tho time ye
come, my information will bavo been cc
lectod." She roso to her feet as she spok
and now indeed she woro tho appearance <
tho Nemesis I had likened her to at firs
Beaut if oh. but rigid as fate, looked that se
I de term i n ed face. - -Th* beautiful eye? had
lost their softened lustre, and shone with a
passionate light almost cruel. The'lips
were pale, but rigid as iron, and the beau?
tiful nostril dilated with* an expression of
heart-consuming vengeance. "I will read
tho guilty secret," she said, "if the criminal
is there, however deep in his heart he may
Strange os it may appear, I made no at?
tempt to dissuade ber from ber purpose. I
oould not. I folt as if tho beautiful crea?
ture exercised over me a magnotic control.
And with this understanding, we took our
leave, to prepare for the night visit to the
old house and its dangerous inhabitants.
Those acquainted with tho city at that j
period, can form some idea of the danger of
the plot wo had formed. To ns it was a
matter of daily occurrence. But for thc j
young girl, inexperienced aud tenderly nur- ?
tured, to thrust herself into the very house j
of the unscrupulous and desperato wretches !
who were suspected of this crime, was sim?
ply appalling. It would not do, however,
to go to tho placo before tho hour appointed j
for our coming, for that would defeat the
object iu view. It was, therefore, with
many a misgiving, and an uueasiness but
poorly concealed, we bided our time. But
WO determined to bo there at tho very mo- j
mont, and tho clock was on tho stroke of
mid-night, when wo knocked at tho door.
Tho outside of the house gave no signs of
lifo within. Tho shutters were securely fas?
tened, and no ray of light penetrated tho
darkness; but the muffled sound of voices
reached our ears, until our knock hushed
them to a whisper. There was a momentary
hesitation, ns if of counseling together,
and then the door was opened wide.
It was a long, low room, dusty and brown
from age. About a dozen persons were
seated around, but every eye was turned to
tho door. Two men had risen to their feet,
and stood in uu attitude, which might
mean defence, beforo tho fire-place; but tho
object thnt attracted our attention most
was a young girl sitting in the centre of tho
apartment. Her face was dark as a gipsey's,
and tiie loug hair hung loose on her shoul?
ders. Her dress was of poor material,
ragged and unclean. Paches and rents lind
almost changed its hue and disguised its
? texture. Slio seemed too thinly clad for
that cold night, and ber slender frame
shivered, ns if from cold, as tho chill air
from thc open door swept in.
"What do you want?" was the stem
question addressed to us by one of tho men
at the fire.
Beforo I had time to reply, the girl sprang
to her feet, and spoke instead: "Arrest these
mon!" Her voice was low. but the face,
flashing in the light of the lire, was that of
tho Nemesis I had seen that day.
Tbero was a short, lierco struggle, and
the meu were in our power. The girl then
walked to a pince in the floor, aud, touching
a concealed spring, raised a trap-door. Shu
bado Mr. I. lift the box that lay in tho hid?
ing-place. Tho lid was wreucbed off, and
in it were the old merchant's money, papers
and pocket-book. With tho money was
found the bill, and tho word "Canal" writ
ton across it.
It was not long before tho men oonfessed
their crime. The old mau bad been mur?
dered and his body thrown in tho river.
Tho daughter accomplished her mission.
Sho had carried out her design, and (raced
to their hiding-place, the proofs of the mur?
derer's crime. It is useless to realize what
followed. Long years have fled siuce then,
and the young Nemesis is yet among the
living. Beautiful still, there aro many
hearts to grow glad at her smile, and share
with her the joya of tho homo she charms.
But this strange incident in her life will
never bo effaced from her mind, or fade
from tho memory of those who saw hor
To Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights.
CITY CLEHK'B OFFICE,
COLUMBIA. January 7, 18G9.
PROPOSALS will be received by tho City Coun?
cil for contracting to do tho BLACKSMITH
and WHEELWRIGHT WORK connected with the
Street Department, for the present year. The
contract will ho given to the lowest hidder resid?
ing and doing business within the limits of tho
city. Bids to bo left at this oflico on or bofore
Tuesday, tho 19th instant, by order of tho City
Council. J. S. McMAHOV,
Jan 8 City Clerk.
Agricultural Fair Grounds For Bent.
CITY Ci.EUR'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, January (J, 18G9.
PROPOSALS for RENTING tho Fair Grounds,
for the ensuing yoar, will bo entertained by
tho Citv Council af their next regular meeting, on
TUESDAY, tho 19th instant. The grounds will ho
rentod to tho highest bidder. Bond and security
required for the payment of tho same. Bids to be
left ut this niece on or bofore that date.
Jan 7 11 T. 8. McMAHON. City Clerk.
MHS. C. E. REED has removed
her MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT
to her old stand, on Main street, se?
cond door from E. Pollard's Drug
Store, where sho would call tho at?
tention of ber city and country
friends and customers to call and seo
for themselves tho finest and cheap?
est Htook of MILLINERY ever offer?
ed in this city, consisting of Ladies'
and Children's Hats and Bonnets, of all kinds and
all juices. Also, Flowers, Rih'oons, Caps, Lanes,
Ruches, nair Braids, Curls, Waterfalls. Nets. Cor?
sets, Zephyr Worsted, Fancy and Bridal Vella, all
of which will ho sold much lower than anywhere
clso in the city. Everything nf the latest and
most fashionable style constantly arriving.
Jan 12 ;)
Pure Ground Spices for Family Use.
TO obtain a pur? article of Pepper, Gingor, Cin?
namon and SPICES generally, in a ground
state, fit to use, has been a vcrv difficult matter
heretofore. The snhscrihei.s have now iu store
Ground Spices, of warranted pni -'v and superi?
ority. No ono need hesitate tobin the Ground
Spices from their storo they aro j. I what ic
wanted in every fondly-- i pure < ., mn spic-,
ready for Use.
Ground Pepper, Mace, Tapioca,
" Ginger, Nutmegs, Broma,
" Spice, Chocolate,
" Cinnamon, f'ox's Gelatine,
*' Cloves, English Mustard,
Arrow-root, Sago, Cocoa.
For sale by FISHER <fc HEINITBH.
Dec 10 t Druggists.
- Batt* Rats?! Rat?'.!! ~?
HARVEY'S CURE- For RATS, Mice, Iloaob.es, |
Ant?, ?Vc Thi4 exterminator is offeotual for
the destruction ot Kati*, lt is better than any
other preparation, lt com pe.a rats and mice to
avoid their holes or ntKte ailer eating it, and to
seek the opon air until they ?li.-. Look after your
Corn-cribs anti ? tore-room*.
ForValobv ELS tl Ell .t HEINITSH,
Deo 8 t DruRuists.
Prompt. Cheat) and Accurate.
ir V'T in ii.
THE PH (EN IX
Moo!;. .1. i. and NewHp*pi : l'iiw r Frees
PRINTIiVli ESTA lt Ll S II M K\T!
M Kill M I . . *. :i > J aj i<.r.
COLUMBIA, SOI/TH CAROLINA.
TrTE proprietor bas recently mads EXTEN8I VE
ADDITIONS to his former largo stock of material
Tvpe, Presses, Colored Inks, Paper, Cards, etc.,
introducing the LATEST STYLES, and is fully
prepared to undertake anv and every thing in tho
PLAIN and FANCY
From a Carte Visite to a massive volume ora thirty
feet Poster The following sro Un- inducements:
Pricei- are Low? r thou any other establishment
In thii" State, or even New York.
Pamphlets, 1 irc^irs. Bil] Heads, Briefs,
Ball Tickets. ??A\ Invitations,
Dray Tickets. r*K^ Receipts,
Programmes, WWfolo Hand-bills,
Letter Heads. 'iSaHliSSfe' Posters,
Checks, ^v^^^ffli^' . Blanks,
Drafts, ??BB Labels,
Wedding. Visiting and Business Cards. Ac, Ac,
of all styles and sizes: in fact,
Any and Every Description of Printingl
In one. two, three Colors and Bronze, promptly
attended to. JULIAN A._SELBY. Proprietor.
T7V)U Wrapping a:::'. Pattern Cutting, for salo
r at the _PH (RN FX ? ) PF K 5E.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
-_- FOUR lino BILLIARD TABLES,
II-^^.I .... dtf'" eomplote order, Marble and
?BSffiSagF^Xlate Bedding, with Halls, Cues
V-?Tt-l^-t-^-- and Counters included. Sharp A
(ii-lilith's make. Will be sohl low. Call at
Dec Fl O. PIERCE'S.
Smoked Meats, &c.
EXTRA Sugar-cured HAMS,
. Extra Sugar-cured Strips,
Extra Fine Smoked Tongues,
Smoked Salmon, Yarmouth Bloaters,
Pickled Trout. Pickled Fig Pork, Pigs* Feet, No.
1 Bay Mackerel, Fulton Market Beef, and a full
assortment of Faucv and Staple Groceries-for
sale low. by " OEOROE SYMMERB.
"^eware of a Cough!"
IF you have, a sliglit Cough, attend to it at onco,
and avoid a greater evil -Consumption. The
"FAR AND WILD CHERRY COUCH CURE" will
relieve yon. lt is good for Conchs, Colds, Asthma,
Sore Throat and Consumption. A safo and cheap
remedv. Only 25 cents n bottle. For salo by
FISHER A- HEINITSH,
October 22 t Druggists.
WE have purchased the right of Utley's Patent
BURGLAR ALARMS, ami now offer them
for nale at the low prine nf ?10 each. They >ri!l he
f?mula secure s a guard tor Protection of Stores,
L)(ceilings, Gin-A Harns Smoke,hovtesl.?tc.i
i from thieves amt incendiaries. Call and see them
I at the store o? J ft T. R. AONEW.
To Newspaper Publishers.
FOR SALE CHEAP, a quantify of LEADS,
BRASS DASHES, etc.. suitable for columns
I of about twcl . ems pie.C Apply at Phonix
! oflice. Jan 5
AYER 'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
For Disease* af thc Throat and Lungs, such as
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bron?
chitis, Asthma ana Consumption.
PROBABLY never beforo in the whole history of
medicine, hal anything won BO widely and BO
deeply upon tho confidence of mankind, as thia
excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints.
Through a long soricB of years, and among most
of tho races of mon, it has risen higher andbighor
in their estimation, aa it has become better known.
Ita uniform oharaotcr and power to euro the vari?
ous affections of the lungs and throat, havo mado j
it known as a reliable protector against them.
While adapted to milder forms of diseaso and to
young children, it is at the aamo time the most
effectual remedy that can bo given fur incipient
consumption, and tho dangerons affections of tho
throat and lungs. As a provision against sudden
attacks of CROUP, it should bo kept on hand in
every family; and, indeed, as all aro aomotimca
subject to collin ?ind coughs, all should bo provided
with this antidoto tor them.
Although settled CONSUMPTION is thought
incurable, still great numbers of cases where tho
disoaso seemed settled have been completely
cured, and tho patient restored to sound hoalth hy
the CHERRY PECTORAL. So complete is its
mastery over tho disorders of the lungs and
throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it.
When nothing elso could roach them, under tho
CHERRY PECTORAL they Buhside and disap?
SINGERS ?nd PUBLIC SPEAKERS find great
protection from it.
j ASTHMA is always relieved and often wholly
I cured by it.
BRONCHITIS is generally cured by taking tho
CHERRY PECTORAL in small andfrennent doses.
So generally aro ita virtues known that wo need
not publish tho certificates of them here; or do
moro than assure the public that its equalities aro
AYER S AGUE CURE,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever, Chill
Fever. Remittent Fever', Dumli Ague, Periodical
or Bilious Fever, ?to., and indeed all the affections
which arise from malarious, marsh, or miasma?
AB its namo implies, it does Care, and docs not
fail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bis?
muth. Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous
snbstauco whatever, it in nowise injures any pa?
tient. Tho number and importance of its cures in
tho aguo districts, aro literally beyond account,
and we behove without a parallel in tho history of
j Aguo medicine. Our pride is gratified by tho
' acknowledgments wo recoivo of tho radical cures
j effected in obstinate cases, and where other reine
I dies had whollv failed.
Unacclimatcd persons, either resident in, or
traveling through miasmatic localities, will bo
ptoteoted hv taking tho AGUE CUREtlnilv.
j For LIVER COMPLAINTS, arising from tor
! pidity of the Liver, it ia an excellent remedy,
I stimulating the Liver into healthy activity.
For bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it
I is an excellent reineky. producing many truly re?
markable cures where other medicines had failed.
Prepared by Du. J. C. AYER A CO., Practical
and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Massachusetts,
ind aold all round (he world.
PRICK SI.OO PKIl BOTTLES.
8old by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines
every where. Jan 1 3m o
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. ? ? ? c "5.9 o' -* a o
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Lu D2S?O ttIftS"?g2ra
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Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggist* F.vcrrwhorc.
Wines and Liquors.
STOC?K unusnallv full of tho choicest branda
Scotch WHISKEY, French Brandy, Kentucky
and Corn Whiskey, Champagne, Claret, Sherry,
Rhino Wines, Madeira and Port Wince. For salo
at lowest prices, according to qualitv.
Dec 10 GEO.SYMMERS.
?-n SMOKED and Pickled SALMON,
km B^ed HalHbut, White Fish, Cod
j. IH and Dino Pish,
Dutch Herrings, Pickled Sardines,
lilliHUll l|HV Swiss, English Dairy. Goshen Cheese
Fisks' Hams, Breakfast Strips, Mackerel,
Solf-Raising Flour, Pecan Nuts, Almonds,
Knish J e. Preserves, Curran ls, Prunes, Ac,
Holland Gin, French brandy, Madeira Wine,
Sherry Wino, Rhine Wine, Candies, aasortod,
Fancy Seana, Crackers, assorted, Pipes, Segars,
Tobacco, Walking Cunen, Ac.
Low for c?Hh. at G. DIERCKS.
English Daury Cheese. Cranberries.
rrf \ R?XES English Dairv,Cutting, Hue Applo
tJVJ and Young America ?.'HEESE.
18 bushels CRANBERRIES, bi fine order, and
for sale low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
6RALES Superior COTTON BAGGING.
50 coils Grecnlcaf and Manilla Rope.
For sale low by E. A- G. D. HOPE.
Sugar and Coffee.
"I (\ HDDS. PORTO RICO SUOAR,
IV/ ?l) bbls. Refined Sugar,
75 bags Rio Coffee, all grades,
15 bm.'* Java and Laguavra Coffee.
K..r salo low bv * H. A. G. D. HOPE.
JUST received, a supply of PISTOLS, from tho
most celebrated mattera; Cartridges, Powder,
Shot, Lead, Percussion Caps, Gun Wads, Powder
Flasks, Kbot Bolt? and Shot Ponchos, for salo at
low figures for cash bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Greenville and Golumbia Railroad Co,,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Dccombcr 28, 1808.
NOTICE ia hereby given (batata recent meoting
of tho Board of Directors of this Company, it
was determined to pay tho six months' interest
upon our mortgage ami guaranteed debt, falling
due on tho 1st day of JANUARY next; Provided,
tho holders of the said mortgage and guarautoed
bonds, and certificates of indebtedness, will fund
all interest accruing upon them up to July 1, 1868.
Wo aro, however, compelled to suspend tho pay ?
ment until the Legislature validates tho Acts of
I8C1 and 18(56, authunzing tho guarantee of tho
Stato upon our bonds, because until that is done,
wo cannot fund the back interest in the samo 8e
vm which it now has.
\ .'hen such action is taken by the Legislature,
notico will bo immediately given and payments
and settlements made, in accordance with the
above torms. H. P. HAMMETT, President.
_ Dec 30
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad Co.
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 22, 1808.
NOTICE.-Holders of Bonds of this Company,
n. attiring January I, 18G9, also of Coupons
whiiffl matured prior to Januarv 1, 18G8 are invit?
ed to fund them in SEVEN PEU CENT. COUPON
BONDS. The Treasurer is prepared to issue the
new Bonds, and whero fractions of $500 occur.
Fractional Ronds, bearing seven per cent, interest,
will bo issued therefor.
This Company has redeemed its Coupons which
matured on and subsequent to January 1, 1868,
and will continuo to do BO as they mature, at the
Carolina National Bank in this city, and at the
First National Bank, Charlotte. N. C.
Jan 510 C. H. MANSON, Treasurer.
Charlotte and South Carolina and Columbia
and Augusta Railroad Companies.
COLUMPIA, S. C., January 14, 18G9.
Trams over these Roads will run Daily as follows:
Lvo Charlotte G.30 a. m. Arr. Columbia 1.50 p. m.
Lvo Columbia 2.30 p. m. Ar Granitevillo 7.30 p.m.
Lvo Granitevillo 7.40 a. m. Ar Columbia 12.15 p. m.
Lvo Columbia 12 50 p. m. Ar Charlotte 7.35 p. m.
WCloso connection at Charlotte, with North
Caroliua Railroad, for all points North; at Granite?
villo, with South Caroliua Road, for all points
West and South. CALEB BOUKNIGHT,
Jan 14 Superintendent.
The Great Inland Freight Route,
Charlotte & South Carolina R.R.,
THIS FAVORITE and RELIABLE Route offers
superior advantages to thc MERCHANTS of
COLUMBIA and UP-COUNTRY, in transporting
FREIGHTS at low rates and quick despatch to and
from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
Boston. 49* Rates always guaranteed as low as
the published rates of any other line.
JW No chango of carB, or breakage of bulk,
between Charlotte and Portsmouth.
?arMarine Insuranco from one-half to three
quarters per cent, less than by competing lines.
For further information, rates, classification
sheets, Ac., apply to, or address,
E. R. DORSEY,
General Freight and Ticket Agent,
July 24 Charlotte and South CarolinaR.R. Co.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
twill run as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia. 6.30 a. m.
Arrive Kingsville... .1.30 p. m. Leave 2.00 p. m.
Arrive Columbia.3.50 p. m. Leave 6.00 a. m.
Arrive Kingsville... 7.30 a. m. Leave 8.00 p. m.
Arrive at Charleston.8.10 p. m.
Tho Passenger Train on the Camden Branch
will connect with up and down Columbia Trains
and Wilmington and Manchester Railroad Trains
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and 8ATURDAY8.
Night Express Freight and Passenger Accom?
modation Train will run as follows:
Leave Charleston for Columbia. 6.40 p. m.
Arrive Columbia 6.05 a. m. Leave 5.30 p. m.
A: rivo at Charleston. 5.40 a. m.
?fa reliai H. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Sup't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
PASSENGER Trains run
: daily. Sn rd ay excepted, con?
necting with Night Trains on Charleston and
Lve Columbia 7.00 a.m'. Lvo Groenville 5.45 a.m
Alston 8.40 " " Anderson 6.25 .*
NawberrjTO.10 " " Abbeville 8.00 "
ArrAbbeviUo 8.00 p.m " Newberry 12.35 p.m.
"Anderson 4.20 ?? Alston 3.15 M
Greenville 6.00 *' Arr Columbia 3.45 p.m.
Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad run as follows:
Lve Anderson 4.30 p.m. Lve Walhalla 3.30 a.m.
" Pendleton 6.30 " Pendleton 6.30 "
Arr Walhalla 7.30 " Arr Anderson 6.20 "
Tho train will return from Belton to Anderson
on Monday and Friday mornings.
_JA5rESfL_MEREDITH. General Snp't.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
PUBfctRH*, r^dSENGER Trains leave Spartan
fe5?CTHWburg Court House Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays, at 7 A. M., and arriv? at Alston
1.20 P. M., connecting with the Greenville Down
Train and trains fur Charlotte and Charleston.
( n Tuesdays, Thursdays^ nd Saturdays, the Up
Passenger Trains, connecting with tho Greenville
Up Trains, leave Alston ?IA. M. and arrive Spar
tanburg Court Houso 3.20 P. M., as follows:
Down Train. Up Train.
Miles. Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leavo.
Spartanburg.... 0 7.00 3.20
Pacolet.10 7.45 7.4S 2.32 2.35
Jonesville.10 8.25 8.30 1.50 1.55
Unionville.28 9.15 9.40 12.40 1.05
Santuc.37 10.1(5 10.21 12.03 12.08
Shelton .48 11.10 11.12 11.06 11.08
Lvles Ford.52 11 36 11.38 10 89 10.42
htrother.66 12.02 12.05 10.12 10.15
Alston.68 1.20 9.00
Jan7 TnOS. REJETER, President.
Office North Carolina Railroad Co.,
???::.i.'IV-. THE following is the
rt<yJ-A'<*M? schedule for Passenger
Trains over this road:
Leave Charlotte..11.36 p. m. Arrive. .11.35 p. m.
41 Greensboro 5.05 a. tn and 7.17 p. TU.
" Raleigh 9.41 a. m. and 3.20 p. m.
Arrive Goldsboro 12.25 p. m. Leavo.. 12.80 p. m.
Through Passengers by this line have choice of
routes r/a Greensboro and Danvillo to Richmond,
orrin Raleigh and Weldon to Richmond or Ports?
mouth; arrivipg at all points North of Richmond
at the same time by ciilier route. Connection is
made at Goldsboro with Passenger Trains on the
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to and from
Wilmington, and Freight Train to Weldon. Also
to Newbern, on A. A N. C. Rosd.
Laurens Railroad -New Schedule.
MAIL Trains on this Road mn to
_J?roturn on same day, to connect with
up and down Trains on Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurens at 5 A. M.,
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS?
and leaving Helena at 1.30 P. M. samo days.
July 9 J. S. BOWERS, Superintendent