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H m Ila ?aa Be Content??!.
Tho world grows oki. find roon grow cold
To eaoh, while socking treasure,
And what with want, and cares and toil?
We scarce have time for pleasure;
Bat never mind, that isa loss
Hot much to bo lamented;
life rolls on gaily, if wo will
But smile and be contented.
Ii we are poor, and would ho rich,
It will Hot be by pining,;
Ko; steady hearts and hopeful minds
Are life's bright silvory lining.
There's never a man that dared to hope.
Hath of his choice repented;
The happiest souls on earth aro thoso
Who suhle and bo contented.
Whon grief doth como to rack tho heart,
And fortune bids us sorrow,
From hope wo moy a blessiug read.
And consolation borrow;
If thorns may rise and roses bloom,
It canuot be prevented;
So mnko tho best of lifo you can.
Aud smile and be ooutented.
The Crowd nt the Capitol.
The special Washington correspondent of
the Cincinnati Commercial thus illustr?tes
the crowd at tho capital on inauguration
I went to the depot to receive some
friends, who telegraphed mo from New
York for aid and corrfort in Washington.
The New York train carno in on timo
fifteen cars, crowded to suffocation, many
forced to stand eight weary hours, and, ns
they tumbled ont, the appearance of tho
crowd was a study. Covered with dust and
cinders, with faces weary and woe-begone,
they severally clutched their sacks and
bundles, and hurried through to hacks, cars
and omnibuses. At the entrauco, tho uproar
was hideous. Hsokmen shouted and
screamed, stage drivers shouted and scream?
ed, cp.r conductors threatened themselves
with apoplexy in an attempt to be heard,
while all danced and pirouetted, seizing
tho passengers and attempting to mako
them captives despite resistanco and the po?
My friends were not on tho regular train,
but Captain Donan, formerly of Cincinnati,
and lately of the army-he fought gallantly
in the quartermaster's department, and is
"o perfect gentleman" (d. h.)-told me
three other trains (extra) were on tho woy.
And 8uro enough, they carno thundering in
to re-enact tho scones of the first train.
When I left, something less than four
miles of baggage was piled up along thc
track, with all tho stoutest nilli.ms iu tho
District attacking the heap with a ferocity
unparalleled. I must writo you an essay
ono day ou tho baggage-master or smasher.
I see a law is pending in New York to give
him employment in tho penitentiary. Lord
send him a safe deliverance.
That extraordinary specimen of self-satis?
fied humanity called the clerk at that hotel,
has a lively time. With a pon behind each
car and one in his mouth, he registers with
one hand, while with tho other he rings
that everlasting bell, and gives orders so
wide of the requests, that the enraged pas?
senger is stirred to exasperation and a dis?
position to kill somebody then and there.
"Can you give me a room, sir?" asks a
pompous, overgrown specimen of humanity,
perspiring under furs put on in a Northern
latitude. The clerk stares at him, rings his
bell, and responds:
"Boy, show the gentleman cot forty-two,
in the smoking-room."
"Cot, sir, cot; good Lord, what do I want
with a cot? I've got my wife and two
"I say, mister, can't you give me an old
fire-place, or a va eat ed water-closet? I'm a
little exclusive," shouts an unmistakable
We had two Government hospitals sold
ont hero not long nineo. It was a corrupt
business, altogether. Tho landlords and
boarding-bouse keepers got together, and
brought about the sale, and, in consequence,
tho supply of iron bedsteads and matresses
has been Bufiioient. It is a glorious thought
that tho cots on which our gallant soldiers
sickened and died, are now occupied by the
gifted men who sock to serve their country
for a reasonable compensation. Tho small?
pox has been unusually prevalent of late.
Halls have been hired at a heavy rent, in
which ono eau get a cot and a cold for thc
same money. I read a sign on the avenue,
"For rent, a front room, over hat store."
Why over hat store? What tho devil is the
Advantage of a front room over a hat store?
The reason must bo /ell, not seeu. Rather
good, that, considering tho hour. " A nice
room Over a tin-shop," would bo attractive.
I was shown a huge chamber, formerly a
church, later a billiard-room, now an im?
mense dormitory, filled with the hospital
cols. Tho cots wero nearly nil occupied,
when 1 walked through. I had an opportu?
nity of studying sleeping humanity, of the
mule gender. Homo men stretch themselvei
nt full length, gomo curl up. A small
number lie on their backs-tho largo Dum
ber on their side. Some fellows bundle nj
to the nose, with a night-cap on. Tbesi
oro mean, selfish disses. Others sprawl out
and some make nu exhibit of a naked foot
lt was still as a cemetery, disturbed, occa
atonally, by grumbling from nervous, dis
contented old pumps. One raised himsel
np and wanted to know if that was thogouj
fm- breakfast, or somebody snoring? Anotlie
mildly requested his immediato neighbo
not to work his toes.
I was remarking to Col. Tom Key once
that to read Hawthorne's books alwn)S de
pressed mo, they gave one such an un napp,
knowledge of humanity. Ha replipd thu
the exhibition of that article, to beobtaine
at a convention or an inauguration, was fa
worse, and made a man wiub he were a dog
or a woman.
Don Platt, correspondent of tho Cinch
nati Commercial, gives his experience an
Buffering* at tho inauguration ball, aa finir
Instigated bj tho devil, and persuaded bj
two angelic faces, J went to this most beastly
exhibition of all that disfigured tho inaugu?
ration of General Grant. Into the narrow
corridors and small rooms of the Treasury
waa packed to suffocation a crowd of mou
and women, pushing, struggling, fnintiug
and almost iightiug. Over 2,000 tickets
had boon sold, and each ticket averaged
three people. Thero were mon in swnllow
tailed coats, whito chokers and tight
breeches, and women in all sorts of cos?
tumes, of which tho haro nock and arms,
with immenso trails, predominated.
Wo climbed four flights of stairs, to tho
ladies' dressing-rooms nod gentlcmnii'n cloak
rooms. Wo g ive-unsuHpecting mortals as
wo were-our coats nnd hats to tho recon?
structed, receiving a picco of pasteboard,
with a uuniher on it, in exchange. A dark
suspicion crept over my prophetic soul that
I hud parted with tile and and coat forever.
Saudwiched between two lovely females, I
began tho deecent. A stream of humanity
was rushing up tho winding stair-a stream
of b u mau i ty was pouring down; and, by
the watch, it took mo one hour to reach tho
lust step at tho bottom. Hero wo fell into a
tido setting heavily Westward, a good deal
agitated by a stream of stout policemen,
cotton gloved, colored wailers, and Eome
feoblc-miudcd young men, with hair parted
in tho middle, that rando n pretty strong
current setting to tho East. For half au
hour, I and my convoy whirled in au eddy,
caused by a projection nt n corner. Escap?
ing from this, wo fell into midstream, and
made steady, but slow progress.
I suppose that by morning we might have
ranched tho end of tho corridor, had wo
not encountered a cross sea, made up of thc
diplomatic corps and some military pumps,
that carried us into a reception room, whero
tho President aud family stood firm.
Against theso wo wero dashed with great
violence, made more fearful by a stout man,
who bawled out, "Dou't shako hands, don't
hliake hands," as tho President and vice
President kept violating this order. I
could not understand tho menning of it,
unless thc man was tho court physician,
nnd feared wo or General Graut would catch
This was varied by weak females in tight
dresses fainting at intervals of fivo minutes.
And tho character of tho officials maj' bo
gathered from a conversation I heard be?
tween tho husband of a lady, ill from tho
heat and fatigue, and a functionary. He
hud carried her out, and fortunately found
a vacant space in a hull, where thero was a
little fresh air, and while ho held her up,
some servants passed with chairs.
Ho made au earnest appeal for ono of
these, but tho stupid fellows refused. At
last ho seized oue, aud was about Heating
his wife, when un official came at him, de?
manding tho chair. Tho poor mau ex?
plained, but tho fellow replied that ho had
his orders-tho chairs wero needed for an?
other purpose. The husband badu his wife
sit down, mid thou said:
"Now, if you tako that chair, you mus!
toko it from under my wife, and I bardlj
think that will bo a healthy proceeding."
"You can gain your purpose in that way,'
exclaimed tho fellow, whito with rage; "bul
if your wife is sick, you had bettor take bei
"You aro an insolent hound," roared tin
husband, "and if you will give me. your ad
dross, I'll smash your dilly mouth to-nior
row, when there uro no women to proteo
I was told that the sceno in the supper
room beggared description. Tho doors wer
opened to tho entire crowd, and in twe
minutes the rooms were packed to snflben
tion. To eat was impossible, but to sti
up tho temper and destroy dresses was th
Tho long trails, of rich material, sufferei
at every stop. While trying to get to th
supper-room I felt, for Homo time, undo
my foot what seemed to bo a soft carpet,
found, in a few minutes, that it was th
trail of a lady sotno distance in ndvanct
What guys women can make of themselvc
when they try. I saw somo youthful fomul
donkeys, with their benda plastered ovc
with whito powder and pomatum, as if thei
dear little selves had terminated in a
When at last, tired nnd disgusted, w
sought tho dressing-rooms for our wropi
I found that we wero pinned to tho plat
for two days. Fortunately, after in vadis
tho ladies' dressing-loom, very improper!
I fouud their cloaks, and then I nscendc
for mine. 1 found a crew actually fightit
in tho hall above. At tho hole in tho doc
of tho cloak-room, on idiotic faco mac
months at us in tho most exasperating mai
ncr. Long lines were formed by thc polio
and scarcely formed before broken up.
happened to got near my friend, tho pr
"It is my opinion," ho cried, "that v
will bo hore all night. I don't see that strn
gling outside expedites tho work on tl
inside. I cannot go home without my o
garments. I believe I can insert my boi
iu that aper turo with your assistance."
"Go it, professor," said I, and tho pr
ftssor made a dive. I seized him by t
legs. Two stout mon assisted, aud ofter
brief struggle, in which tho professor lt
ono of his coat tails aud broko his sped
clea, wo shot him through. But alas) ai
alack! tho professor is dreadfully net
sighted, mid losing his glasses, ho lost 1
eyes. I left him moping about in tho mt
Descending tho stairs, I encountered IV
Horace Greeley. Ho was sitting on a str
nnd looked os dismal un Marius amid t
ruins of thc Carthago Hotel.
"What is tho matter, Mr. Greeley?" I i
"I have lost my hut in that cursed ro(
"Not your old whito hat?"
"Yes, my old white bat, and with it I
overcoat. It is lamentable that the rebels
did not take this d-n town and born it
to ashes. They Bhowed their spite by not
doing so. It is au infernal sink-hole of
iniquity, depending for its' miserable exist?
ence on the Govern ment."
I left the venerable philosopher lament?
ing. What an extraordinary fact it was that
he lost his old white hat. I had au idea, iu
common with tho pensive public, that it
could not be lost. I behoved be could not
sell it if ho were to try. He could not give
it or throw it away, and here it was lost in
This event impressed mo deeply. I went
homo in the cold without hat or overcoat
iu tho bitter cold; bul I rumited, I mar?
veled und wondered, and all lust uight I
dreamed that tho venerable Horace was a
ferry-boat, and I steered him.
Lost his old while bat!
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Men-Women-and Children !
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"Soothing to all painful wounds, .Vc."
"Healing to all Sores, Ulcers, &e."
Is tho most extraordin?r; SAI.VI", ever known. Its
power of Soothing and Healing lor all Cuts, Hums,
Bruises, Boree, Ulcers, Chopped Hands and skin,
tor Sore Nipples, for Piles, .Vcr., Ac- ia without a
ea- All Druggists ? :; CO LUM Ul A n \ it.
" COSTAR'S " Standard Preparations
BEAU fIF 1ER!
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossoms
Ono Bottle, il tn. Three ?or 12 00.
"Cost ar'n" Ka?, lt oneil, &??.. Rxterminaton.
"Cuniiu. 's" I '.< * i -1 : ii ISxteraulnnloi's.
'.Costin'-." (?inly pin?-) Ins??! Powder.
"All Druggists in COLUMBI \soil th? m."
Oraddr<-Hs "COST Ht," No. 10 Crosbvst., N. Y.
Sold in COLO! Ul \ bi E. Yi. JACKSON.
Fob 25 f.lee 221 ly
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T H E PH CE NIX
Book. Joh NH i Newspaper Pew. r Press
rillXTI K ESTABLISH tl E \T?
M..?1 Street, above Taj *.<?r,
COI.V9III1A, SOUTH CAIIOI.IB?A.
THF. proprietor bs s recently made EXTEN8I VE
ADDITIONS to his former I argo stock of material
Type, Presses, Colored Inks. Paper, Cards, ole.,
introducing tho LATEST STYLES, and is fully
preparod to undertake anv and every thing in the
PLAIN and FANCY
From a Carte Vis?tete, a massive volume ora thirty
foet Poster. The following aro tho inducements:
Prices are Lower than an? other establishment
lu thia St ito, or ev.MI New York.
Pamphlets, Circulars. Bili Hoads, Briefs,
Ball Tickets. P Invitations,
Drav Tick?:?. . " Beceipts,
Programm' * Hand-bills,
latter Heads, /fe^t Postera,
Ohocka, ? ? f-}&**3*.1&)> Blanks,
Drafts, .'.rahfciil Labels,
Weddin?'. Visiting and Bunin***Cards, Ac, Ac,
of all styles and sizes: in fact,
Any and Every Descriptiori of Printing!
in one, two, three Colors and Bronze, promptly
attended to. JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
ALARGE ?apply of Thorburn's OAKDEN
HEEDS, winch hare given universal satisfac?
tion for the past three years. For sale by
J?gS j_E. A Or. D. HOPE.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
^ Mk TWO Ano BILLIARD TARLK8,
Z^B-yarxixB^M xn completo order, Marble and
h li 'fcrl/Slato Reddiug, with 15alls. Cue?
'Ua^T ? T.? . and Counters included. Sharp A
G ri Hi Hi'B iiiake. Will be sold low. Call at
Dec 13 G. DI RUCK'S.
The Pollock House.
9ga^ THIS first class RESTAURANT is
ySBRk located on Main street, a few door?(rrj,
m/.1 g from Washington. Is furnished Bia
with the best of WINES. LIQUORS, LAGER, V
otc. OYSTERS und (SAME, in season. Comfort?
able rooms attached for pr?valo Dinner and Sup
per parties. A handsomely lilted r - ,
up HILLIARD ROOM in thoho
cond story.witb Sharpe's in.nrov. Ctf&??i&g&vfP^
tables. T tm Ti?-? i -
Jan lt T. M. POLLOCK. Proprietor.
.Vain street ?rm- Lady, Columbia, &. C.
^J%- THIS FIRST CLASS " .. I
RESTAURANT is sup- *V "!
**2fi?J??&pli< d with thc very best ut WINES,
LIQUORS, SEOARS and TOBACCO. DINNERS
and SUPPERS furnished at short notice. The
cooking is unsurpassed. OYSTE1IS, QAME, Etc.,
in season. J. ll. LANIER, Proprietor,
lt. HAMILTON, Superintendent. Dec 10
The Place to Get lt.
grE? IF vou aro desirous of obtaining tho very
Ujfbeat brands o? WINES. GIN, URANDY,
%B WHISKEY or RUM, by tho Klas? or bottle,
besides first quality BEGAUS and TOBACCO, call
at tho Carolina House, on Washington street,
near Sumter. lt. DARRY.
Jan 10 Proprietor.
FRESH COUNTRY AND MOUNTAIN RUTTER,
Pink-Eyo and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes.
Fino Goshen CHEESE,
At G. DIEBCKS,
Jan 23 At thc Sign <W tho Watch.
New Orleans Syrup.
5BBLS. Choico Now Orleans SYRUr. for sale
by B. A (r. D. HOPE.
AYER S CHERRY PECTORAL.
For Diseases nf Ike Throat and Lungs, such as
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bron?
chitis, Asthma and Consumption.
PROR A DEY ne ver before in thc whole history of
medicine, has anything won BO widely and so
deep ly upon tho confidence of mankind, as this
excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints.
Through a long serif1* of years, and among most
of the races of men, it lins risen higher and higher
in their estimation, as it has become better known.
Its uniform character and power to cure tho vari?
ous affections of the lungs and throat, have made
it known as a reliable protector against them.
Whi'.u adapted tu milder forms of disease and to
young children, it is at the same time tte moat
effectual remedy that cnn bo given for incipient
consumption, and the dangerous affections ot tho
throat und lungs. As a provision against sudden
attacks of CROUP, it should be kept on hand in
every family: and, indeed, as all aro sometimes
subject to colds and coughs, all should be provided
with this antidote for them.
Although settled CONSUMPTION is thought
incurable, still great numbers of cases where tho
discaso soemed settled have been completely
cured, and tho patient restored to sound health by
tho CHERRY PECTORAL.o gp &yuo?ete is_it??
throat, that tho most obstinate of them yield to it.
When nothing else could reach them, under tho
CHERRY PECTORAL they subside and disappear.
SINGERS and PUBLIC SPEAKERS find great
protection from it.
ASTHMA is always relieved and often wholly
cured liv it.
BRONCHITIS is generally cured by taking the
CHERRY PECTORAL in small and frequent doses.
So generally arc its virtues known that wo need
not publish tho certificates of them here, or do
moro than assure the public that its qualities aro
' AYER'S AGUE CURE.
For Fever and Anne, Intermittent Fccer, Chill
Fever. Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical
or Bilious Fen r, ?tc, and indeed ail Un: affections
which arise from malarious, marsh, or miasma?
As its name implies, it docs Cure, and does not
fail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bis?
muth. Zinc, nor any other mineral or poiscnoas
substance whatever, it in nowise injures any pa?
tient. 'The number and importance of its cures in
tho ague districts, aro literally beyond account,
and we believe without a parallel in thc history of
Ague medicino. Our prido is gratified by tho
acknowledgments wo receive of the radical cures
effected in obstinate cases, and where other reme?
dies had wholly failed.
Unacclimatcd persons, either resident in, or
traveling thiougn miasmatic localities, will be
piotccted by taking tho AGUE CURE daily.
For LIVER COMPLAINTS, arising from tor?
pidity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy,
stimulating thc Liver into healthy activity.
For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it
is an excellent remeky, producing many trniy re?
markable cures, where other medicines had failed.
Prepared by Dn. J. C. AYEIt A CO., Practical
and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Massachusetts,
ind sold all round I he world.
PRICK Sl.OO PER BOTTLES.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines
overvwhern. J*n 1 t3mn
Purifies the Blood.
For Srtlc- l>>- DrupgiKt* Rvcrywlaere.
To Newspaper Publishers.
I?IOU SALE CHEAP, a quantity of LEADS,
1 BRASS DASHES, etc., suitable far columns
of about twelve unis pica. Apply at Phoenix
office Jan ~\
Office North Carolina Railroad Co.,
CST ?a r- I '; THE following is the
USE to* ikti *5K? .. '. 'iii schedule for Passenger
Trains over this road:
Leave Charlotte..11 SC p. Ol Arrive. .11.86 p. m.
" Greensboro 5.05 a. m ard 7.17 p. ni.
?? Raleigh 9.41 a. m. and :t 20 p. m.
Arrive Goldnboro 12.25 p. m. Leave.. 12.30 p. m.
Through Passengers by this linc ll av? choice of
routes oiaGrei nt-boro and Da? iy Richmond,
or ufa Raleigh ami Woldon to Richmond or Ports?
mouth; arriving at. all points North of Richmond
at the same time by either route. Connection is
mado at Goldsboro with Passenger Traine on tho
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to atid from
Wilmington, and Freight Train to Weldon. Also
to Newhern. on A. A N. C. Road.
Lam ons Railroad-New Schedule.
MAIL Trains on this Road mn to
?ME?3S?retnrn on same day. to conuect with
up and down Trains on Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, at Helena: lcavlmr Laurens at 6 A. M.,
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS,
and 'caving Helena at 1 HO P. M. samo days.
July 9 J. 8. BOWERS, So?- .inteudent
80TJTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, february 13. 1869.
Tnrmg|?rrT-| PASSENGER Trains will
t'Bj?,Wytf JiTm> aB follows:
Leave Charleston. 8 80 a. m.
Arrive at Auguste,. 5.10 p. m.
Conuccling with Trains for Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nashville apd Now Orleans, via Mont^omery
and Grand Junction.
Leave Charleston. 8.30 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 6.45 p. m.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
ltailroad, and Camden Train. ?JJ;
FOU CH AIU.KSTON.
Leave Augusta. H 00 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston. 5 00 p. m.
Leave Columbia. 7.45 a.m.
Arrive at Charleston. 5.00 p. m.
AUOURTA KIO UT EXPRESS.
(Sundays excepted. )
Leave Charleston. .7.30 p. m.
Arrive at Augusta. 0 30 a.*m.
Connecting with Trains for Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta. 4 10 p. m.
Arrivo at Charleston. i.t0 a. ta.
COLUM1JIA MOUT EXPRESS.
(Miudnys excepted. 1
LoavoCharleston. c 05 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 R. m.
Connecting, .Sundays excepted, with Greenville
Mid Columbia ltailroad.
Leave Columbia. 5 30 p. m.
Arrive at Charleston. 5.30 a.m.
CAMDEN BRAS CH.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Kingvillo. 4.20 p. m.
Arrive at Conden. 7.CO p. m.
Leavo Camden. 6 35 a. m.
Arrivo at Kingvillo. ?J 20 a. m.
TUROUOU (MAH. THAIN.
Arrive at Columbia.ll 35 A. M.
Leavo Columbia, at. . 1 30 P. M.
Passengers taking tho Through Mail Train for
the Kurth, via Kingvillo, mako close connection;
also for tho West, at Augusta, for MtmphiB, New
Orleans, t tc.
Jel> lfi ti. T. PF A KP, General SurerinUndj-rd.
THE CENTRAL EHOAT LINE.
CHARLOTTE AND S. C. AND C. AND A. It. E.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Fcbrnarv 17,18G9.
THE TP A IN H OF Tnr.
CSTimiWRo4fe^3C3 NEW SHOUT LINE
?^sffiSSlSi^^? ROUTE aro rnniiing ae
follows -making sure and salo connections to all
points North, South and West, viz:
Going North. Going Ronlli.
arrive. 1 Leave. Arrivo. | Leave.
S 00 a n Augusta 5 10pm
3.40am 8.45 " Graniteville 4.15 H 4 25pm
I. 25pn 1.40pm Columbia 11.35 a ml ll 50 a'
U0 " S.20 " Chorlolto 5.00 ?4 1.5 10 a m
120 a ni I 30 a m Greensboro 12 50 " 1.00 "
II. 00" ll 15'* Richmond 2.2ip m i45pm
? 15 p m S 10 p m Washington ? CO a m 7 00 a in
10 00 " 110 30 " Raltimoro 4.15 " 4.40 '?
5.25 a m |2 23am Philadelphia 12.15 " 12.25"
?.05 " I New York 8 40 pm
Making close connections at Augusta to all
)ointfi South and Weet.
To insure BPEED, SAFETY and COMFORT, bo
iure and ask for 'J ickets coi Columbia and Gra?
First-class Eating Houses along tho entire
Tickets by this route are OPTIONAL-either via
Danville and Richmond, Weldon and Richmond,
>r Weldon and Old Ray Line--good until used.
For Tickets to all principal points North, 8onth
>r West, apply at Picket Onice, loot islanding
it reel, or for other information to
Or, E. lt. i?Bikrv?,?tWrin-i?!itrtfr'-Ali\\'Vni..w.
tgent. Feb 19
charlotte and South Carolina and Columbia
and Augusta Railroad Companies.
. COLUMBIA, S. C., Februarv IG, 18C9.
LT! m, r.-7 EBtaiSSfc^ p^mwrn- ON and after
?^^.l??^SS^?*^ffi^^ W E D N E S
OAY next, PttBBcnger Trains will run as follows:
Leavo Graniteville, at.9.C0 a. m.
Columbia, S.C., at. 1.40 p.m.
Lrrivo at Charlotte, N. C. 8.10 p. m.
Leave Charlotte, N. C., at. 5 00 a.m.
" Columbia, S. C., at.1150 M
Vrrive at Graniteville, S. C. 4.15 p. m.
Through Tickets on sale for all principal points
S?rth and South. Baggage checked through.
:)loso and continuons connections mado North.
I'osacngcrs reach Augusta at 5 10 p. m.
Feb IG CALKB POU KNIGHT. Superintendent.
The Great Inland Freight Ronte,
Charlotte & South Carolina E.R.,
IMUS FAVORITE and RELIABLE Routo offers
superior advantages to Ibo MERCHANTS of
COLUMBIA and UP-COUNTRY, in transporting
FREIGHTSat low rales and quick despatch toand
Irom Baltimore, Philadelphia. Now York and
Boston. Mar Rates always guaranteed as low as
tho published rates of any other line.
jaar No change of cars, or breakage of bulk,
between Charlotte and Portsmouth.
sar Marine Insurance 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 Carolina lt. B. Co.
Greenville and Columbia Bailroad.
G5T5?lPu?E*E?8?j PASSENGER Trains run
?IP5??*;5(i*^Si??daily, Sn? day excepted, con?
necting with Night Train on Chai let-ton Railroad:
Lve Columbia 7.00 a.m. Lvo Greenville C 00 a.m.
" Alston 8.55 " " Anderson 6.45 "
" Newberryl0.35 " " Abbeville 8.45 "
ArrAbbovillo 8.30 p.m. " Newberry 1.25 p.m.
"Anderson 5.15 " " Alston 3.00 "
" Greenvillo COO " Arr Columbia 5.00 p.m.
Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad inn os follows.
Lvo Anderson 5.20 p.m. I ve Walhalla 4 00 a.m.
" Pendleton 6.20 " " Pendleton 5.40 "
Arr Walhalla H.00 " Arr Anderson C 10 "
The train will return from Belton to Abdel eon
on Mondav and Friday mornings.
.TAMES O. Ml 1 1 DPI II. Gf retsl i-nj 't.
Spartanburg and Union Bailroad.
rjQzv (WS! PASSENGER Trains leavo Spartan
^^^Sw'burg Court House Mondays, Wednes?
days and Friday*; al 7 A. M., and arrive at Alston
1.20 P. M., connecting with Ibo Greenville Down
Train and trains for Charlotte and Charleston.
On Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, thc Up
Passenger Trains, connecting with tho Greenville
Up Trains, leavo Alston 9 A. M. and arrivo Spar?
tanburg Court House 3 20 P. M., as follows:
Dmcn Irain. Up Traiit.
Miles. Arrivo. Leavo. Arrivo. Leave.
Spartanburg.... 0 7.00 3.20
Pacolet.10 7.45 7 4* 2 82 2 35
Jonesville.19 8 25 8 SO 1.60 1.65
Unionvillc.28 9.15 9.40 12.40 1.05
Bantuc.87 10. IC 10.21 12.03 12.0R
Shelton .48 11.10 11.12 11.06 11.08
Lvlcs Ford.52 11 36 11.38 10 39 10.42
Strother.66 12 02 12.05 10.12 10.15
Alston.68 1.20 9.00
Jan 7 TnOB. B. JETER, President.