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PU? for Hurtet Church*
O! ye, in your.HWUoB??#r?rarjr a well
( inf, Uni filEt ,txw\ iJfi'^??K ?Bl?Ajfi
Think of this;< h?^qe to. <Ood that lieth,
wast?, ' i,'?j. ..
Let not its desolation he repelling,
But to its help bo urging you to has to.
Ol let its mooWe?n*^!^*ha?tfy^ glaring,
ia^oifj*e4i ^^?B?rrM^A b?t)Io?^el4^
That/^leauin^a.e??nX.tp^teay?n, as upward
Plead". for" this ruva'd'chnrch, nnroof'd,
: utitfeil'd. : l - '
P,eapnrs?s,ik' ? *P? 10 J?Ur
By hil its past and all its present, plead;
While, each ,0harr*d ?agmfent bf it bat ie
Its wrongs-suoh wrongs, as urge its plea,
Which of its works savor'd:of sin or trea?
O! what but good had this < burch ever
How could the sternest justice fiud a reason,
That it be punished which had sinned
Sinned! O, no! in labors most abounding,
For rich and poor, for bond as well as
While from its desk the Gospel trumpet
sounding-, ' t'ii > i ;
That eaved, through Christ, the universe
Now to your Saviour, he your love express?
By giving of your basket and your store
To build this church, that it may prove a
Unto His cause on earth forevermore.
COLUMBIA, S. C. M. M.
*Thc Methodist Episcopal Chnrch, of
Washington street, Columbia, S. C., on the
night of the 17th February, 1865, set fire
to from within, and barned to the ground.
Keep your Little Krotiier oat or tbe Room.
John Smith-you've heard of him-is
very bashful; is too bashful, in truth. He
was born and raised m the conntry. His
father gave him a good education, and al?
lows him i plenty of motley. But John,
with all other attachments, never could ac?
custom himself to ' the society of females,
not because ' ho did not like the girls, but
because his shy nature would not permit
him to associate with tho fair sex. It once
happened-not very long ago either-that
John's father had some very important busi?
ness to transact in .the city. He also had
some very particular affairs to attend to at
home, which demanded his personal atten?
tion, and not possessing the power of ubi?
quity, he delegated bis son John to transact
that in the city.
John? being thus commissioned, imme?
diately proceeded to the city, and to the
residence of his father's old friend, whom
he found to be a very nice old gentleman,
with a beautiful daughter, and gold specta?
John was ushered into tho parlor (a new
thing for him,) and motioned to a Beat-no!
a sofa, (another new thing.)
But we must nse his own language: I took
my seat and made observations. Every?
thing was finel Fine carpets, fine sofas,
fine tables, fine curtains, fine books, fine
everything, and especially a fine young lady
who was dressed in fine silk, fine satin, and
who had fine curls, and a fine appearance
Alter chatting with the old gentleman a
few minutes, he took down his*hat, told mo
to make myself at home for an honr or
two, and left-lett me alone with his daugh?
ter, and a small, mischievous boy, the
young lady's brother. I didn't relish the
situation at all. The idea of keeping a city
belle engaged in conversation for two
hours; perdition I Silence reigned in tho
parlor for a short time, you may bet. I
amused myself as much as possible with tho
boy-that is, I loaned him my knife and
watch key, and watched him cut holes in
the carpet with one and spoil the other. J
don't know what I would have done had it
not been for that boy-he was so good to
attract one's attention, you know.
It's true he asked some startling ques?
tions, occasionally, suoh as this, for instance:
''Areyou goin' to court sister Emily?" but
such things must be expected under such
Miss Emily, thinking, no doubt, that to be
a good hostess, she must her guests engage
in conversation, asked me "how I liked
conntry life," etc. She said that "it must
be a beautiful sight to see the laborers, male
and female, romping on the new mown hay
on New Year's day ; that she always did think
she would Uko to spend a Christmas in the
country a nut-gathering with the village lads
and lasses; that it always had been a myste?
ry to her how they got eggs off the trees
without breaking them."
In return, I thought to keep up my part
of the conversation, it was necessary for mo
to quote poetry and the liko, which I did.
Among other quotations, I unfortunately
repeated tho well-known lines of Shak
"Thoro ia a divinity that shapes our ends,
Rough-hew them as wo will."
At this jiiuotnre, the boy, who h ad .perch?
ed himself upon my knees, looked v?;ry
earnestly in my face and said:
"Divinity shaped tho end of your nose
mighty cums." I'm certain that I wished
somebody would spank tho young rascal.
Wo talked of hills, mountains, vales, cata?
racts-I believe I said waterfalls, when the
boy spoke up and said: "Why, sister's gota
trunk full of 'em up B tai ra- pap says they
are made of hoss-hair."
This revelation struck terror into mo and
blushes into thc cheeks of my fair com?
It began to he very apparent to me that
I must be very guarded in what I said, lest
said boy might slip in hie remarks at un
h??lled fot place?j, jn^o^i-i^od my eon
7*ra?tiop *g kf?. I jfcl? h?nljj? o^gbt to go,
home with mo, and : sea what :nloe chickens
wp had' in 4ho eou?t?jV TJnlnbTrirj I raen
low looked up and said; "Sifter's got al
dozen of - 'oro, but she don't rr car 'eba only
when she goos up town o' windy darye.'H:;
ii "Leave the room, you unmannerly little
".wretch!" exclaimed 'Emily* Tica ve imme?
..I know what you- Want mei io lea ve for, V.
replied he; "you can't fool nv.-you wart
to set iu that mun s lap, and kifis . him like
you did Bill Simmons the other day-you
can't fool me,' I'll jes'tell you. Gim me
some candy, like'be did; theu I'll go. Yon
think because you've g?tj the Grecian bend
that you're smart. Guess I know a thing or
two. I am mad at you, anyhow, 'oauae pap
would a bought me a top yesterday,' if it
hadn't been for your getting them curls,
dog-gone ycr! You needu't turu so red in
tho face, 'cause I can't see it for the paint;
There ain't no use in winkin' at me with
that glass oyo o' yoilru, 'causo I ain't goiu*
out'n hero, now that's what's the matter
with tho purps. I don't care if you are
twenty-eight years old, you ain't no boss o'
mine, you old fool."
That is nil of tho story that John related.
He Bays he don't know how he got out of
FUR I'VIlIPYiXC THE BLOOD,
THE reputation this ex?
cellent medicine enjoys, is
! derived from its euros,
iany of which are truly
cases of Scrofulous disease,
where the eyat?rn ooemcd
saturated with corruption,
havo been purified and
cured by it. Scrofulous af?
fections and disorders,
which woro aggravated by
the scrofulous contamination until they were pain?
fully afllicting, have boon radically cured in such
great numbers in almost every section of the
oountry. that tho public scarcely need to bo in?
formed of its virtues or uses.
Scrofulous poison is ono of the most destructivo
enemies of our race. Often, thia unseen and un?
felt tcuaut of tho organism, undermines tho con?
stitution, and invites tho attack of enfeebling or
fatal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of its
presence. Again, it soems to breed infection
throughout tho body, and then, on some favorable
occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of its
hideous forms, either on the surface or among
tho vitals. In tho latter, tubercles may bo sud?
denly deposited in thc lungs or heart, or tumors
formed in tho liver, or it shows its prcsenco by
eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcerations on somo
Eart of the body. Uenoo, the occasional uso of a
ottloOf this SARSAPARILLA ls advisable, even
whon no active symptoms of disease appoar. Per?
sons aftlictcd with tho followingcomnlaints, gene?
rally find immediate relief, and, at length, cure,
by tim use of this SA USA PA UT LL A : St. Antho?
ny's Fire, Hose or En/Sipclas, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
?icnld Head, Ringtrorm, Sore Eyes, Sore Ears,
and other eruptions or visible forms of Scrofulotts
disease. Also, in tho moro concealed forms, as
Ihjspejma, Dropsy, Heart Disease, Fits, Epilepsy,
Neuralgia, and the various Ulcerous afiections of
tho muscular and nervous systems.
Syphilis or I 'enereal and MercurUU Diseases aro
cured by it, though a long time ia required for
subduing these obstinate maladies hy any medi?
cine. But long continued use of this medicine
will cure thc complaint. Leuccrrhw.a or Whites,
Uterine. Ula rations, and Female Diseases, are
commonly soon relieved and ultimately cured by
its purifyiug and invigorating effect. Minute di?
rections in each case arc found in our Almanac,
supplied gratis. Hheumatism and Gout, when
caused by accumulations of extraneous matters
in the blood, yield quickly toit, as also Liver Com?
plaints, Torpidity, Congestionar iwj?am.-uj/iOH of
tho Liter, and jaundice, when arising, as they
often do, from tho rankling poisons in the blood.
This SARSAPARILLA is a great restorer for
thu strength nnd vigor of the system. Those who
aro Languid and Listless, Despondent, Sleepless,
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or
Fears, or any of the afiections symptomatic of
U Vii Ar >i ess, will find immediate relief and convinc?
ing ovidenco of its restorative power upon trial.
P R E 1' A II E D li Y
Dr. J. C. AYER, Si CO., Lowell, Muss.,
April 2 Practical and Analytical Chemists. f5mo
Pure "Dickson's Improved" Cotton Seed,
FOE SALE, at $2.00 per bushel for any amount
of 5 bushels or under. Over 5 bushels, at
f 1.50 nor bushel.
Seed grown from seed bought by mo of Mr.
David Dickson, of Oxford, Qa., (tho great seeds?
man,) in 18fi7. at $4.00 per bushel.
Tho DICKSON yields more than any other Seed
in the country. Warranted pure.
Hon. David Houser, State Senator from Oranj-e
burg, writes as follows concerning the "Dickson
Improved Cotton Seed:"
ST. MATTHKW'S, S. C., February 15,18C9.
A. P. A.MAKKu, ESQ.: The "Dickson Improved,"
obtained of you last spring, turned out more cot?
ton per acre than any other I have ever planted,
except the samo variety of seed planted by me
bofore tho war, which were lost by Sherman's in?
cendiaries. DAVID HOUSER.
A. P. A MAKER, St. Matthew's, 8. C.
March 21 _
CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Deponit? of $1 mut Upwards Received.
MECHANICS, Laborers, Clerks, Planters,Pro?
fessional Men and Trustees can deposit their
Funds and receive interest compounded every six
OEM. WADE HAMPTON, President.
Con. J. B. PALMER, Vicc Prcsidoui.
THOMAS E. GREOO, Cashier.
J. C. B. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
Persons at adistancc may send money by Express.
The Reynolds Patent Plow.
HAVING mado arrangements with Wm. f?laxe
.t Co., for tho manufacture and exclusive sale
of this justly colebrated PLOW, we aro prepared
to offer them to tho country on jrood terms. Oood
tools will always bo found a good invi stinent.
Fob2H FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Ale and Porter.
pr* rv DOZ. Muir A Son'? Edinburg ALE, 60 Doz.
O vi Guinness A Son's Dublin Porter, received
and for Bale low by J^AT. R. AGNEW.
Y7.OR Wrapping and Pattern Cutting, for sale
I? at the PHGSNIX OFFICE.
--o- . .rivai 'i
, .4 M PROFITS TO POLICY HOLDERS.
" NO BESTRICTIOX1 IDENCE.
, /?i' !' . i ; '* i.- i ii''? J.: ?
POLICIES ie sn rd u pon al 1 fnod cr it and approved
platter Insuranee, meloding' chudren*? en?
dowments. , - ' ' VH-^ fw*BI
J)1VIJ>ENPS ANNUALLY TO POLICfY.HQLDEBS.
Pr CK id hut -Gll.wu.r.H H. RAYMOND.
Secretary-Roh?rt A. GranniB.
Medical Examiner-Gustavus S. Winston, M l).
Consulting Physician -Minium Post, M.D.
Got mtel-William Letts, LL.D.
Do .un or TRUSTER-Lucius Robinson, William
V. Brady, J. V. L. Prnyn, S. B. Ohittonden, Levi
P. Stone, I. Green Pearson, Martin Batos, William
Butts, LL.D., John Wadsworth, Alfrod Edwards,
John R. Ford, Oliver Harriman, Seymour L.
Hunted, Sheppard Homans, Charles C. Little, F.
Hatchford Starr, Harvev B. Morrell. Samuel E.
Spronlls, Richard A. McCurdy, William H. Pop?
ham. David Hoadley, Henry A. Smythe, Charles
H. Welling, Alonzo Child, Clinton L. Merriam,
Samuel W. Babcock, Ezra Wheoler, William M.
Vermilye, Charles H. Raymond, J. H. Van Ant?
werp, Theo. W. Morris.
GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
General Agonts for South Carolina.
R. W. Gibbes, Medical Examiner.
BLACKFORD A BSSBB, Managers Southern States,
Baltimore, Maryland. March 28
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to 12
2. 7 Second ClasB Citv Residences, G to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 Third Class " " 3 to fi
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts of thc city,
C. 3 Large Lots in Wavorloy,
7. 14 Tracte of Laud, within 3 miles of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1,000,
8. The Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres.
9. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, ono of tho best
cotton and stock plantations in tho country,
10. 9 Other Plantations in Richland-some of
them very desirablo.
11. 10,000 acres in Edgeficld-several tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
14. 2,500 acres Farming Lands in Fairfield,
19 1,700 acres near Grecnvill Court Houst,
I. 0,000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2,000 " in Kershaw,
18. 1,900 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
19. 21? " in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fine Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purcbaao or sell property,
will And it to their interest to consult with us. Wc
have correspondents in New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, to which points we aro constantly
sending descriptivo lists of property for sale.
_March_6_ GIBBES .V THOMAS.
Globe Mutual Life Insurance Co., of N. Y.
CASU ASSETS JANUARY 1, 16C.0, #1,171,000.
Has been in operation but four years, during
which time it has assured a larger amount than
any Company in tho United States, during a cor?
responding period of existence. One of tho chief
causes of its organization, was tho forfeiture by
several Northern Companies of the policies of
Southerners, during the war. The loading officers
of this Company protestod against this injustice,
and on its consummation, withdrew and orga?
nized tho "GLOBE MUTUAL," on principles moro
liberal and jHst than those yet adopted by any
other Insurance Company. In tho event of death
in battle or in a duel, the equitable value of tho
policy will bo rot urned to tho heirs. ALL other
Companies forfeit it. In caso of suioidc, the
FULL Policy is paid. No restriction on travel.
This Company bas, in ita guarantee fund of
$500,000. an element of strength possessed by no
other Company. It offers the entirely new feature
of Probability Endowment, which gives tho
largest possible sum for the premium paid. No
other Company posse.-sea this feature. Insures
children of any agc. In the moderation of its
promium ratos. in the vurioty of its tables, in it?"
dividends and in tho security offered insurers, it
invites comparison with anv other Company.
JOHN C. HASKELL, State Ag t, Columbia, S. C.
Prof. Jons T. DABBX, Medical Examiner.
Gon. S. B. BUCKNER, Southern Manager.
Agents wanted throughout tho State.
Jan 30 3mo*
'^'?^r~>^^^^^^- No discount on thom.
Neatly put up in boxes
?ind in great variety. TOYS in endless profusion.
JELLIES, FRESH FIGS.
New Raisins, Dates, Florida Oranges and Lomons,
Bananas, Northern Apples, Nuts, ol all kinds, Ac.
Manufactured daily, of pure sugar, wholesale and
For Weddings and Parlies furnished at short
notice, by JOHN MCKENZIE,
Nov 25 Oreonfield'B Row. Mainstreet.
The Pollock House.
?&?^ THIS first class RESTAURANT is
VKHI located on Main street, a few doors err?
' iTnOfroni Washington. Is furnished Hlf
with tho best of WINES. LIQUORS, LAGER, W
etc. OYSTERS and GAME, in season. Comfort?
able rooms attached for privato Dinner and Sup?
per parties. A handsomely fitted . - .
up BILLIARD ROOM in "the so-^ll"
cond story.with Sharpe's i ir. nroved'SSifiSSO^w
Jan 14 T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
3/dtn street near Lady, Columbia, S. C.
THIS FIRST CLASS .--^
.^tghL RESTAURANT is sup- M>*W?*?*
^S3SjBbpli<'d ?Rh tho very best of WINES,
LIQUORS, SEOARS and TOBACCO. DINNERS
and SUPPERS furnished at short notice. The
cooking is unsurpassed. OYSTERS, GAME, Etc.,
in season. J. B. LANIER, Proprietor.
It. HAMILTON. Superintendent. Dec Kl
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by nrii'.-u'i-i- I.very\vherc.
Gibbes & Tho>: as. Real Estate Agents,
Columbia, S. C.,
OFFER their services to the publie as GE?
NERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy iu,I Beii
Linds, and other propwrty, on commission. No
charges until sales are effected.
JOHN T. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON OIBBES.
ration of all maHUiqnots. In England! . an* dther
countries, wbereheavy penalties aro imposed, and
an increasing vigilance .practiced to detect and
punish snell frauds, by av syst dm of *. spect?nn of
all malt liquors manufactured beion exposed to
salo, thc practico is very common. Hat* much
more in this country, whore there aro no laws on
tho subject, and noofliccr to carefully analyze tho
products of the brewery?''?orne years ago, Pro;
fcssar. Mapes, of New* York, analyzed the boer
from a dozen different breweries, and al) were
found adulterated with noxious substances. It is
said that tho sale of drugs to brewers, is a profit?
ai;!? part of tho trade. This inperfectly infamous.'
C'occuluB indiens, .^neh-be rrj',; aux v?mica, (dog
button, from which strychnino is obtained,/ are
some ot tho delectable substances found in beer!
These are potont poisons, and the brewer found
using thom should bo drowned at, unco in ono of
his own vats. The British Parliament passed a
law to prevent this nefarious business. Tho fol?
lowing ia an extract: 'No druggist, vendor of or
dealer in drugs, or chemist, or auv other, person,
shall scfl or deliver to any licensed brewer, dcaTcr
in or retailer of beer, knowing them to bo such,
or shall sell or deliver to any person on account
of. or in trust for, any such brewer, dealer, or re?
tailer, any liquor called by tho namo of or sold for
coloring, from whatever material tho Bamo may
bo made; or any material or preparation other
than UHR round brown malt, for the darkening tho
color of worts or beer, or any molasses, vitriol,
honey, quassia, cocculns indicus, gre'** . _4 para?
dise, Guinea pepper, or opium, or II uy extract or
preparation of molasses, or any article or prepa?
ration to bo used in worts Ot beer for or as a sub?
stitute for malt or hops; Mid if any druggist shall
o (IV nd in any of these ?.articulara, such prepara?
tion, Ac, shall bo fm io'ited, and may be seized by
any o nicer of excito, and the person so offending
shall forfeit five hundred pounds'
"Under this law, very many druggists and brew?
ers were brought to grief, and yet tho practice
continues. Unless tho American public aro ready
to admit tho immaculato purity and innocence of
American brewers, they must bo content, while
drinking their beer, to cherish the belief .that they
are at tho Bamo time guzzling sumo narcotic poi-'
son or damaging medicine. In view of the unpre?
cedented growth of tho barloy crop; of tho great
increaso of tho numbor of m al tutors and brewers;
of the vast unknown quantities of boer that aro
drunk in every city and almost every town on the
continent; it is the dictate of sound wisdom, that
the attention of legislators should he called to
tho subject of the adulteration of our malt liquors,
and severo penalties should be inflicted as a pre?
P. 8.-Judge for vonrhclf ! My Beer is pure.
March 18_ _JOHN 0. BEEPERS.
THE ONLY TRUE ~
German Horse Powder,
Deutsches "Pferde Pulver.
tended for diseases to which the Horse ia
Th? extraordinary virtues of this Horse
Powder arc attested to by thousands, and for
fifty veins Iris stood and still stands first in
the estimation of all experienced Fanners,
Agriculturists and Farriers, as thc best medi?
cine for thc Horse. It is composed of roots
and herbs carefully combined with tonics, and
mac bo given in all cases when-disease exists.
1 For INDIGESTION, DISTEMPER, Hide?
bound, Drowsiness, Loss of Appetite, Inward
Sprains, Debility, Wasting of Flesh. Sore
Eyes, Swelled Legs. Grease, Mange, Surfeit,
1 old Coughs, Exhaustion front Work, Itcarrics
off all foul humors, purifies and cools thc blood
and prevents horses becoming stiff and foun.
dercd. It is a stimulus for weak stomachs
and renders thc limbs and skin soft and fine
giving a fmooth coat to thc hair, and transl
ill condi- ^HHb
lioncdand fl s^nflfli^**tMfe.
sick to ? Hin
beauty & -*k^0^^^^^^^^^-W^^
spirit. ? 'mi?^js^^^^pBF^
PREPARED ONLY BY
"ET DEE. .-Qr'ESI-lNriTS'BC,
COLUMBIA. 8. C.
Feb 19 t
New Goods at Smythe's.
- ""Mfflfer I HAVE just received a largo
HHflMK^assortinei.t of Late Style HAT,
consisting in part of Silk and Cassimero
Beavers, Alpine and Soft Felt, Cussi- jBB
BB5!?35?l"ucre a,H' W("n- Cloth and Glace
^SiiS??CAPS in variety.
A large assortment of Ladles',
Gent's, M?SSCB', Boys', Youths' and W "^Hfes*
Children's BOOTS and SHOES, at prices to suit
all. [Deo 80] A. SMYTHE.
rpHE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPA
JL NY ffill insure (1,000, at thc following rates :
Agc 25 -$U 50.
" 80- lC.&S.
" 35- 15)40.
" 40- 23.80.
" 45- 28 85.
" 60- 3fi ,65.
All other companies charge 10 to 50 percent,
more. Before vou insure, examino for yourselves.
E. n. HEINITSH,
Feb 27 Agent for South Carolina.
PARTIES wanting THRESHING MACHINES,
REAPERS, Ac. will'do. wwi to mako their
orders and inquiring at cr.ee Fi ices irom $50 to
jaou, at Factory.
March ll FI8HBR, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Sweet Potato Slip?.
er f\ BUSHELS YAM POTATO SLlPS, in fine
OU order, for sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
?M^DitVBttjlBUKbAY. llTtt incant,' t>?:
folIowlA^Soh?fl?lofor PASSENGER TRAINS;
Trill bo observed: L io
i l JMX..PA8H3??OBB TRA1K. . J .
Loaring Columbia, at_............ 5.no p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.45 tn m. '
. .? OAMUl-.N THAIN. I
Will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturday's.
Arriving in Columbia at.11.00 iV ttl.
LoaVing Columbia at....J.i .. 2.20 p. m.
Tho Train now running between Columbia and 11
Ringville, in connection with tho Tlu:ou?hiM?il
Train] will bo taken off oh Sunday, April ll.
' -H. T, PEAKE,"
April 10 General Superintendent.
Greenville ana Columbia Bailrpad.
SMft&BBKII PASSENGER Trains rnn
??i?tOK???IsBcs daily, S?rday excepted, con?
necting with Night Train on Cbarl?eton R/aifroad:
Lve Columbia 7.00 a.m. Lrc Greenville 6.00 Vira.
" Alston 8.55 " " Anderson 6.45 \*
" NrwhorrylO.36 " ?' Abbeville 8.46
Arr Abbeville 3.30 p.m. '? Newberry 1.25 p.ni
"Anderson 5.13 " " Alston 3.00 "
" Grew ville 0.00 .? Arr Columbia 5.00 phirii '
^?.ain- on Blue Ridge Railroad run as follows:
LvcA.-direon 5.20 p.m. Lve Walhalla 4.00 a.m.
" Pondleton 0.20 .? " Pendleton 5.40
Arr Walhalla 8.00 " Arr AnderBon 6.40 "
The train will return from Belton to Anderson
on Monday and Friday mornings.
_JAME8 O. MEREDITH, General Snp't.
8partanbnTg and Union Railroad.
UfljaaumJ PASSENGER Trains karo Rpartnri
OSET!Hr?-burg Court Honso Mondays, Wednc?;
day? and Fridays, at 7 A. M., and arrive at Aleton
1.20 P. M., connecting with tho Greenville Down
Train and trains for Charlotte ?nd Cbarl?eton.
, On Tuesdays, Thnrsdaynjand Saturdays, tbM Up
Passenger Trains, connecting with tho Greenville
Up Trains, leave Albion 9 A. M. and arrivo Spat
tanburg Court House, 3.20 P. M., as follows: .
Doran Train. Up Irain.
Milos. Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.'
fpartanburg- 0 7.00 8.20
aoolet.10 7.45 7.48 2.82 3,86
Jonesville.19 8.25 8.80 1.60 1.5? .
Unionvillo.28 9.15 9.40 12.40 1.05
8antuc.37 10.16 10.21 12.05 ?2.0B
Shelton .4S 11.10 1MB 11.06 11.08
Lyles Ford.52 11.86 11.88 R3.89 10,42
StrotJior.56 12.02 12.05 10.12 10.18
Alston,.68 1.20 9.00
Jarr 7_THOS. B. JETER, Proeident^
Office North Carolina Railroad Co.,
CS ffr*% TOT flgB%gg|Egp THE following' is thc
IBR8SC3?gW553Bg s?hednle for Passenger
Trains over this rpad:
Leav? Charlotto..ll.3G p. m. Arrive. UlS?p. ra'. '
'* Greensboro 5.05 a. m. and7.17 p. tn. '
" Raleigh 9.41 a. m. and 3.20 p. ra.
Arrivo Goldsboro 12.25 p. m. Leave.. 12.30 p. m.
Through Passengers by this Uno havi eLoico of
routes via Greensboro and Danville to Richmond,
or via Raleigh and Weldon to Richmond or Ports?
mouth; arriving at all points North of Richmonfi
at the same timo by eitbor route. Connection is .
mado at Goldsboro with Passenger Trains on the
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to and from
Wilmington, and Freight Train to Weldon. Also
to Newborn, on A.'?fe N. O. Bo a d._,_
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
gmSafi MAIL Trains on this Road run to
taiiczrasE'rotnrn on same day, to conncot with
np and down Trains on Greenville and Colombia
Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurens :.l 5 A. M.,
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS^
and leaving Helena at 1.30 P. M. same days.
Julv 9 J. S. BOWER8, Superintendent
P JJ M P S .
"P^YERYBODY who has useifor a PUMP should
.v'il . . : .Ai 1(.
MORRELLS FIRE ENGINE, i.
DEEP WELL, and
Send lor a circular. oj . . ,
POOLE & HUNT, , j
.Tan 13 6mo Baltimore, Maryland.
DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for the liberal
patronage ho has received from the citizens
of this city and tho surrounding District, during
tho past year, respectfully announces that ho now
permanently establishes himself in Columbia. All
operations on tho natural Teeth faithfully per?
formed. ARTIFICIAL OASES, in every approved
method, carefnlly and satisfactorily executed
among which he would call special attention to
that known as Reynold.*' Patent; and of bia mic
cass in constructing Artificial Cases by this beau?
tiful and durable process,be is enabled, with con?
fidence, to refer to his patients and to tho
patentee. Office on Main street, over First Na?
tional Bank. _j_Jin 8
Drop in at the Carolina House,
ON Washington street, near Main, and ?ample
tho compounds dispensed there-genuine
liquors; no fusel oil or damaging mixtures.
"Seeing is bolieving," but tasting is the genuino
test. R. BARRY, Proprietor.
March 28 _ _
SWEDES IRON, U, 1$, 2, 2?, 3, S}, 5, 6, 7,10 in.
Binni Iron, English Iron, Hoop Iron,
2.000 Hoes, of all kinds,
200 Pairs Trace Chains.
March 6 FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHE!L_
Hilliard Tables for Sale.
, , TWO fine BILLIARD TABLES,
tr in completo order, Marble and
oBBSSSjP^SIate Bedding, with Balls, Cues
V~**-Ld?-i*v and Counters included. Sharp tc.
Griffith's make. Will be sold low. Call ia
Dec 13 G. DrEBCKft.
tjpr KITS No. 1 Bay and Shoal MACKEREL,
/ tJ 60 Rbis., Halves and Quarters, Nos. 1,2 and
'I. for sale by E. A- O. 1>. HOPE^
Butter ! Butter ! !
fUIOlOE GOSHEN BUTTER, just recoived.snd
j for salo by J. A T.K.iTOf'
?AM now prepared to supply Oak and Pine
WOOD to any ono, on short notice sud at rea?
sonable terniH. Apply at . C. HAMBERG'S,
April 1 imo* Near Charlotte Deputy
rn Wir9? PINK-EYE PLANTING POTATE8,
Ov/ just received and for salo by
Jan 14 J. A T. B. AGNEW.
CITY COUPONS receivable i?r CiU Taxes, lor
sale hy GREGG, PALMER it CO.
THORBURNS SEEDS-full assortment. Thcie
seeds have boon for nearly a century before
tho public, and require commendati.*<n from no
ono. For sale br GEO. SYMMERS.