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Such beautiful, beautiful bauds!
They're neither white nor small;
And you, I know, would scarcely think
That they were fair al all.
I've looked on bands whoso form and hue
A sculptor's dream might be;
Yet are these aged, wrinkled hands
Most beautiful to me.
Such beautiful, beautiful hands I
Though heart we) weary and sad,
These patient hands kept toiling on,
That children might be glad.
I almost weep, as looking back
To childhood's distant day,
I think how these hands rested not,
When mine were at their play.
Such beautiful, beautiful bands!
They're growing feeble now;
Por time and pain have left their work
On hand, and heart, and brow.
Alas! alas! the nearing time,
And the sad, sad day to mo,
When 'neath tho daisies, out of sight,
These hands will folded bo.
But, oh! beyond this shadow-lamp,
Where all is bright and fair,
I know full well these dear old hands
Will palms of victory bear.
Where crystal'streams through endless years
Flow over golden sands,
And where the old grow yo*une again,
I'll clasp my mother's nands.
TAJUffi FATAL SHOT.
Arnon j tho many fair castle homes of
England there could bo none fairer or more
stn'.ely than Coran Castle, Suffolk. There
lived Squire Corau, a fino specimen of tho
olden school-stern, rugged and unbending
as ono of his own oaks, yet, withal, genial
and kindly. The meanest peasant on his
estate walked brisker when ho saw the
squire, and smiled for five minutes after
hearing bis merry "Fino morning; first-rate
Nearly forty years had passed since the
squire laid his fair girl-wifo in tho vault of
tho Corans-nearly twenty since ho had
buried by her side tho ono son of their short
wedlock. Yet Coran Castle was not deso?
late. Tho ."'hoir," though he bad died
young, had lived long enough to leave a
widow and two orphan babes to his father's
care. The orphans' were now. grown up,
and the names of Hugh and Emma resound?
ed through the castle, shouted in tho full,
cheery voice of the hearty old man. Dearly
did he love them both; but Hugh was some?
what wild and wayward, and would some?
times thoughtlessly thwart his grand-sire's
imperious will. One sore subject ever lay
between them. The old squire was a giani
in s tat uro and strength; his youth had been
signalized by feats of prowess and daring,
of which he never wearied io boast. Hugh
Coran, on the contrary, bad small tastes foi
field sports, and, being small and delicate
in frame, constantly took to himself hie
grand-father's careless scoffs about "lady
men" and "degeneracy."
Not half a milo from Coran Castle was fl
large tract of heath and moorland, veri
wild and lonely, and at that time infest?e
with highwaymen. It was necessary tc
cross this district to reach tho neighboring
village of Wrettel. One doy, in tho wintei
time, Hugh Coran had occasion to go tc
this village. He did not return when ex
?eoted, and dinner was served without him.
ust as it was over, ho came in, excusing
hisftardiness by saying that suspicious cha
racters had been Been on the moor, and
therefore, he had waited for companions ot
his homeward journey. His mother wai
about to commend what to her seemed bu
prudence, when tho squire broke into i
storm of invective at Hugh's "cowardice."
When had he feared any mortal man-leas
ofQ sh, a mid-night robber? The moorilim
offered no shelter for a band of highway
men, and he took shame that ono of bis rao
dreaded encounter with any single foo. Oh
as he was, ho would ride over Coran Moori
alone at mid-night, and no hand sbonh
harm him or touch his purse. He blftshei
-yes, that was the stinging word-for tb
last of the Gorans of Coran.
In vain did Hugh answer gently that h
did not think his courage would fail if pu
usefully to tho proof, that he owned he hat
but little of the reckless daring of tho an
oient Corans; but still ho thought-bo mo
dostly said he thought, for tho youth was ni
braggart-that he would risk his own life t
save another's. Bnt tho squire's last word
were too much. His blue eyes flashed, li
threw down bis knife, left his dinner unfi
nished, and his mother and sister in tea?
He did not show himself all that evening
Late at night a messenger came from Wrol
tel, bearing tidings of tho sudden and dan
gorous illness of an old friend of th
squire's. Tho man who brought the lotto
wont on with another to a more distal:
"I shall go at once," said the squire t
Emma and her mother. "I must see hit
again in life."
"Then Bogers will attend you?" sngges
ed tho widow, timidly.
"No; Latymor Corau was no court popil
joy, who could not tuko caro of himself; 1;
was not afraid of tho dark; cowards wei
unkuown in his young days."
Squire Coran went to his room to prepui
for Iiis journey. Boasting never Btreugthei
ono's own courage, and ho took groat cai
i that his pistol was in good order. At ai
L other time, notwithstanding tho reality i
? tho danger, ho would not have taken tl
Wk pistol; but now li 1 loaded it with dead
precision, and "laid it carefully in his groa
|A I coa*, pocket.
wL^ Emma ran to call hor brother to say goo
Efe. bye-, but she found bis door locked, ai
Ul ^Mu'"'1 ". ' n0 answer.
"Lev hi t alone," said her grand-futht
By '% t him .'JO; example is better thau pr
EHBr SJ he rode away.
was only a cloudy moon, but tl
Wp nt'1 hearted traveler knew his road, ai
waa RS Utile likely to miss bis wey on tbe
moor as is n Btreot Arab to Ipso himself in
London. His thoughts went before him to
his dying friend, and his indignation with
Hugh slowly faded from his mind, when,
just as a cloud obscured the moon, he heard
tho snort of a spurred horse, a shadow fell
on his path, a band suddenly caught his
bridle, and a pistol was pointed at bis
.'Your money or your life!"
The words were spoken quickly, in a dis?
guised but agitated voice. There was just
light enough to seo the highwayman was a
slight-built mau, of no apparent physical
force, yet the squiro remembered his vain
boast as he felt how completely he waa in
the stripling's power. There was a moment's
silence. The squire's hand was in his great
cont pocket. Did tho robber think he was
getting his purse? Did the squire know he
was searching for his pistol?
The highwayman spoke again in the same
strange voice, which seemed full of smother?
ed passion or grief-"I nave heard you
would never yield to a single man." The
squire's blood boiled at the implied taunt,
but yet the pistol was terribly near his head,
und ho felt that in such caso neither
strength nor conragocan always win victory.
"Nor would I yield to you," he said-he
know not what prompted him-"not to you
alone; but to that other fellow looking over
Tho robber started shudderingly, and
turned. Swift as lightning tho squiro aimed
his own pistol, and fired."
For a moment, tho moorland seemed illu?
mined; out of tho fiendish brightness came
a light, sharp, almost girlish shriek. A
second more, all was dark and quiet, and
tho squiro realized he stood alone in tho
dim moon-light, with a dead man at his feet.
A stern mau was Latymer Coran of
Coran, and ho was not to bo brought to a
! pauso on his journey, because ho had
chanced to slay a thief. Nor was it tho awe
: nd horror of bloodshed which blanched
and flushed his cheek as ho rode on. No,
his rigid justice decided that tho mau de?
served bis death, only it was not meet that
such ns ho should have betrayed an honora?
ble gentleman to deceit. For ho know that
i ho hud verified his boast, and saved himself
-by a lie!
That haunted him us ho stood in tho grim
chamber of Wrottel Clockhouse, and saw
tho last of his old friend, tho county ma?
gistrate. Ho despatched no onoto thc dead
robber-limo enough for that when ho re?
turned in tho morning.
Then ho took oflicers of justice with him,
and they, respecting his position and the
depression in which ho seemed plunged,
walked quietly sido hy side, a little way be?
hind his horse. At last they reached the
spot where tho deadly deed had taken place.
To their astonishment a littlo group of peo?
ple wero gathored about, and as they drew
near they heard a sound of lamentation,
aud the squire saw his own livery servants,
one of them holding tho bridle of a rider?
less horse. They turned startled, white
faces to him as bo rode np, and wero silent.
"What is tho matter?" he demanded, im?
"Oh, he canna bo dead, the bonnie lad- |
die!" sobbed an old Scotch groom.
"Some one hus shot Mr. Hugh," paid two
or three at once.
"It must have been a duel," said some
one, "for the young master has his own pis?
tol with him."
Tho squiro pushed his horse through tho
crowd. On tho blood-stained heather lay
his antagonist of tho night before-his own
grand-sou-tho back of his head completely
shattered, and stains of blood on his fair,
boyish face. Tho steward knelt by the
corpse, disengaging tho pistol from tho stiff
grasp of tho dead. He looked at it with
wondering, bewildered eyes, and .said-"It
has never been loaded!"
Then tho old squiro understood it all-he
understood that his boastful, provoking
words had aggravated Hugh to put his cou?
rage to the test, in hope of convincing him
there is no trial of bravery between an ho?
nest man and a robber. And the squire
understood also that had that unloaded pis?
tol been what it had seemeed, he, the
honorable Coron of Coran, had only escaped
by a lie!
"I did it!" ho said, gloomily, and tho two
deferential oflicers of justice came and stood
at either sido of Latymer Coran, and his
own servants fell back in horror and dis?
may. Alasl for tho twice bereaved woman
waiting und weeping, and as yet hoping, in
the proud old castle towers!
Latymev Coran was spared tho ignominy
of a trial -ho did not even live to bear that
thc coroner's jury returned a verdict of
"misadventure." The stout old heart was
broken. Hugh's funeral was delayed but
a single day, that his grand-father and he,
"the lost of tho Coron?," might bo buried
together. Their names, the murderer and
the murdered, wero written on tho tablet.
Not a word was told of their ancient and
honorable lineage, nor of the tragedy iu
which both liver; closed-ouly their milnes
and their nges, tho old man and tho boy,
and tho text-"Fathers, provoke not your
children to anger."
' CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
; ENTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS,
ii. pn-M* of st omi Upwards ll?eel-red.
MECHANICS, Laborers, Clerks, Planters, Pro?
fessional Men and Trustees eau deposit their
Funds ami receive interest compounded evirj -ix
GEM. WAUK HAMPTON, President.
Coi,. J. B. PALMER, Vioe-Presideni.
THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
J. C. B. HMITn, Assistant Cashier.
Persons at a distance may send money by Express.
CITY CO?PON8, ruoeivablo for City Taxes, for
sale by GREGG, PALMER A CO.
J. H. ROBSON. Commission Merchant,
NOB. X ARO ? ATLANTIC -WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING ample means for advances, a busi?
ness experience of t won ty years, and cern lin?
ing himself strictly to a COMMISSIONBUSINESS,
without operating on his own account, respect?
fully solicits consignments of Cotton, Flour,
Wheat, Corn, etc.
Shippers of Prodnce to him may, at their op?
tion, havo their consignments sold either in
Charleston or New York; thus having the advan?
tage of two markets, without extra commission.
Bishop W. M. Wightman, H. C.; Col. Wm. John?
son, Charlotte, N. C.: Rev T. O. Summers, Ton
nesseo; Hon. John I'. King, Augusta, Ga.; Messrs.
George W. Williams A. Co., Charleston, S. C.;
Messrs. Williams. Taylor & Co., New York.
April 28 tty
Subscriber would call attention to his line
. stock of JEWELRY, GOLD ANO SILVER
WATCHES, of English, Swiss and American ma?
SILVER AND PLATED WAP.E, SPECTACLES
AND EYE-GLASSES, in great variety, with the
best quality or PE RISC OPIO LENSES, which aro
adapted with great caro.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY repaired.
Cameos, Diamonds and Precious Stones mount?
ed to ordc r. JAMES ALLAN,
.-WT King street, Charleston, s. c.
April 21 fSrno
FU R N I T U R E.
Chair, and Sofa Warerooms.
DANIEL H. SILGOX,
173, 177 mid 171) King Hired,
Oliarlestoii, S- C,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A LARGE
.VND WELL-SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF
OF THE LATEST
- AND -
MOST APPROVED STYLES,
Which he offers at prices which cannot fail to
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SETS,
0/* KV KU Y DESCRIPTION.
The Uc?t AHHiirtmcnt Ever Offered In tm?
N. B.- Goods carefully packed for shipping.
March 19 tlhno
PAN KN! N'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL D18 EASES OP THE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
Tirer ARK RECOMMENCED 1ST THE
MEDICAL IT C ULTY.
HEGEMAN Sc CO.,
A?ENTS, JVK1F YORK.
Manufactnred by C. F. P?NKNXH,
CHEMIST AND APOTaiCAST, ?
CHARLESTON, 6. C. ?
MSfFor Sale by I>ruyglats Evcryichcre.~?A
CHARLES KERRISON, formerly of the firm of
C. fi E. L. Kerrison, would inform his friends
and the public that he has purchased from Mr.
James B. Botts, all his stock in trade, ftc, at tho
Store No. 232 King street, and will there continue
tho DRY (i(K)DS BUSINESS, Wholesale and Re?
tail, for Cash, on his own individual account and
responsibility. Ho will proceed, without delay,
to replenish and r< ii. W the Stock, and continue so
doing until Ibo assortmi nt shall be made com?
plete and attractive. As the terms will be STMCT
I.Y CASU, or approved city acceptance tor a short
credit, it necessarily follows that tho prices must
bo kept st least a* low ns t" be found in any other
Ilia brother. Mr. E. L. Kerrison, set ist ed by
Mr. A. B. McDoncll, both < cpcriencetl merchants
in this line, will he found at bis Store, aiding in
tho conduct anti manag? morl of Ibo business,and
it is hoped that his und their efforts to win the
confidence and patronage of (ho public will be as
encoess'iil as in past rtnys w:;s the old firm, at the
corner of King and Market streets, Charleston.
_Feb 17 limn
Brazier's and Sheathing Copper, ol' all
r'.zcs, for silt ly William Shepherd, No.
17 Hayne Street, Charleston. S. C.
" "S T OLI'. \V K II B iii CO.,
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
?87 I I ?80
Domoftic Store. | KINO STREET, J Lac6 store.
Fob 27 CHARLESTON, S. C. "ty
New York Advertisements
Merchandize for Beal Estate.
4FIRM, retiring from the business, offers for
Balo a stock of fine Tailor's and Clothier's
MMINGS, together with a nioe assortment of
Ladies' Silk and Velvet Dross Buttons, and would
take in exchange for. a portion of the purohaBO,
Real Estate in any healthy location iu tue South?
ern Statos. Property in or near a city preferred.
This is a desirable opportunity for any wishing to
commence buainoss or to add a department of this
kind to a business already OBtabhahed. Address
Box 8.057 Post OGice, Now York. May 1 6
IMPROVED FRENCH RANGE
BRA III II A. LL., ii K A rv IC & CO.,
247 and 249 Water street, Now York.
April 13 _3mo
Needles and Fishing Tackle.
ANDREW CLERK ?t CO. respectfully inform
tho public and their old customers, that they
still continuo business in tboir old store, No 48
Maiden Laue, New York. Their assortment of
Fishing Tackle in the largest and most complete
of any in tho United states. They are also Sole
Agents tor the Warrin Needle, which, for the last
thirty years, haH enjoyed a reputation for quality
and uniformity of temper fcuperior to all others.
Mareil 21 .'lino
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW nnd Commodious
HOUSE,located corner of Broad?
way and Forty-second street, New
_ "York, possesses advantages over
all other houses, for tho accommodation of its
guests. It waH built expressly for a first-class
family boarding house-the rooms bc inp largo and
on suite, heated by steam-with hot and cold
water, and furnished fcccond to none: while thc
culinary department ls in tho most experienced
bands, affording guests an unequalled table.
One of Atwood's Patent Eh valois is also among
the "modern improvements" and at thc service of
guests, at all hours.
Tho Broadway and University Pince Cars pnss
the door every* four minutes, running from the
City Hall to Contra! Park, while tho sixth and
Seventh Avenue lines aro but a short block on
either side, affording ample facilities for commu.
nicating with all thc depots, steamboat landings,
places of ainusi inenl und business of tho great
metropolis. MORE & HOLLEY,
Mureil 10 Gmo Proprietors.
The Pollock House.
THIS first class RESTAURANT is
located on Main street, a few doors.
_fruin Washington. Is furnished'
with thc beal of WINKS. LIQUORS, LAGER,
etc. OYSTERS and GAME, in season. Comfort?
able rooms ut I ached tor private Dinner and Sup?
per parties. A handsomely fitted
up BILLIARD ROOM in tho se-(
>nd story ?with Sharpe's improved'?
Jan l t T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
mnE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPA
I NY will insure $1,0U0, at thc following rates:
Age 25 $14 50.
" 30- 10.55.
" 35- 19.40.
'. 40- 23.30.
" 45 - 28 85.
" 50- 36.05.
All other companies charge 40 to 50 percent,
more. Before von insure, examine lo." Yourselves.
E. H. HEINTT8H,
Feb 27 Agent for South Carolina.
Drop in at the Carolina House,
ON Washington street, near Main, and sample
tho compounds dispensed there-genuine
liquors; no fusel oil or damaging mixtures.
"Seeing ia believing," but tasting is the genuine
test. II. BARRY, Proprietor.
Light! Light!! Light!!!
SAFETY and Economy combined, by using thc
ORESCENT GAS GENERATOR and CRES?
CENT OIL. This Oil is non-explosive and gives
a brilliant light, without the use of lamp-chim?
neys, ortho trouble of cleaning them. Keroeeno
Lamps altered to use tho Crescent Oil and Gas
Generator, at a trifling expense. For further in?
formation and a supply of Crescent Oil and Oas
Generator, apply to .T. A- T. lt. AGNEW.
FOR Wrapping and Pattern Cutting, for salo
at the PHOENIX OFFICE.
FRESH COUNTRY AM. MOUNTAIN BUTTER,
Fink-Evo and roach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fine Goshen CHEESE,
At G. DIERCKS,
Jan 23 At the Sign of the Watch.
Purifies the Blood.
For Sa.lv. l>y PruirgiatM Everywhere.
The Reynolds Patent Plow.
HAVING ruado arrangements with Wm. Glaze
Si Co.. for tho manufacturo and exclusive ?alu
of this justly celebrated PLOW, we aro prepared
to offer then* to the country on good terina. Good
tools will always be found a good investment.
Fob 28 FISHER. LOWRANCE ?V FISHER.
OK. W. II, TUTT'S
SARSAPARILLA AN? QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dye, For salo bv
Feb 27 Iv E. E. JACKSON.
BBLS. NORTH CAROL INA CORN WHISKEY.
?y nf suporior quality, on consignment and for
sale low. by the barrel. E. h O. I). HOPE.
Ale and Porter.
DOZ. Muir.'.- Son's Kdinburg ALF. 50 Doz.
?)\| Guinness .V Son's Dublin Porter, received
and for sale low bv -I .V T lt ACM W.
Spartr.nburg and Union Railroad.
PVJT'V''- :tfX. PASSENGER Trains leave Spartan
ggfgM9f||fg3bnrg Court House Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays, at 7 A. M., and arrive at Ablon
1.20 P. M., connecting with thc Greenville Down
Train ?nd trains f..r Charlotte and Charleston.
On Tuesdays, Thnrsdays'snd Saturdays, the Up
Passenger Trains, connecting with the Greenville
Up Trains, leave Alston 9 A. M. and arrive Spnr
tanburg Court House 3.20 P. M., aa follows:
Doten Train. Up Train.
Miles. Arrive. Leave. Arrive. I/ave.
Spartanbnrg- o 7.00 3.20
Pacolet.10 7.45 7.4H 2 32 2.85
Jonosvillo.19 8 25 8.80 1.50 1.55
Unionvillo.28 9.15 9.40 12.40 1.05
Santnc,.87 10.10 10.21 12.03 12.08
Shelton .48 11.10 11.12 11.08 11.08
LylcB Ford.52 11 86 11.38 10 89 10.42
Strother.56 W.02 12.05 10.12 10.15
Alston.68 1.20 9.00
Jan 7 THOS. B. JETER, President.
THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE,
United States Hail and Adams Express.
FOR THE NORTH.
NORTH CAROLINA. RAILROAD in direct line
to Petersburg, Richmond, Portsmouth, Balti?
more, Philadelphia, Now York and Boston,
To tho North-west and West, tin Raleigh, Char
lotto, Columbia and Bay Lino.
This is a safe and expeditious route for Through
THROUGH TICKKTS enid at
Now Orleans, Charleston,
St. Louis, Macon,
Indianapolis, New York.
Are good on this ronte.
Thc North Carolina Railroad connects with the
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, Raleigh and
Gaston Railroad, Richmond and Danville Rail?
road, Western North Carolina Railroad, Charlotte
and South Carolina Railroad.
Tho comfort of passsngers consulted-their
baggage checked through and duly cared for.
PALACE SLEEPING CARS
Attached. Good water; no ferry nor troatlo-works,
and the entiro management of tho Road eo as to
securo a Safe, Agreeablo and QCICK travel.
AL LIEUT JOHNSON, Superintendent.
April 30 _ 4mn
THE CENTRAL SHORT L???7
CUA ll LOTTE ANO S. C. AND C. AND A. R. R ,
COLUMBIA, S. C., April io, lfec.).
THE following is thc
r^T rajcr fm,rJ?IE??vi*C:Sehedulo over tho NEW
H*iTi?K(lk^?!^^SHORT LINE. Connec?
tions .-ure tn all points North, South or West.
Going North. | _ ! Going South.
Leave. 8.50 a m Augusta j Arrive. 4.45 p m
" 9.45am Granitcvillo I Lcavo. 4.15pm
" 2.00pm I Columbia I *? 12.10 p m
'. 8.25 p ni I Charlotte j " 5.45 a ni
" 1.30 a ni I Greensboro ? " 12 15 a ni
" 11.15 a m Richmond j " 2.45 pm
" s 40 pm Washington i " 7.00 am
10.30p'm Baltimore | " 4.40 a m
" 2.2.') a m Pbilade!]>hia j " 12.25 am
Arrivc.0.05 a m New York | " 8.10 p m
Making close connections at Charlotte to all
points North aud East, and at Augusta to ali
point s South and West.
Fare aa low as by competing lines.
Baggage checked through.
To insure SPEED, SAFETY and COMFORT, bo
suro and ask for Tickets via Columbia and Gra
First-class Eating HOUBCS along tho entire
Tickets by thisrouto are OPTIONAL-cither via
Danville and Richmond, Weldon and Richmond,
or Weldon and Old Bay Linc-good uutil used.
For Tickets to all principal points North, South
or West, apply at Ticket Onice, foot lil and mg
street, or for other information to
C. BOUKNIGHT, SiiperiTi'cr.dcnt,
Or, E. R. DonsEY, General Freight . n?. Ticket
Agent._ April ll
South Carolina Railroad Company, .
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
ArniL 9, 18G9.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11TH instant, tho
following Schedulofor PASSENGER TRAINS,
will be observed:
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.7.45 a.m.
Arriving at Columbia at. G.lOp. m.
NICHT EXI'BESK TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.5.CO p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.45 a. m.
Will mn on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Arriving in Columbia at.11.00 a. m.
Leaving Columbia at. 2.20 p. m.
H. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General Superintendent.
Charlotte and South Carolina and Colombia
and Augusta Railroad Companies.
COLUMBIA, S. C., April io, i860.
j ON and after
&mg*mx U ND A Y
next, Pasfccnger Trams will run as follows:
Leavo Orangeville, at.9.45 a. m.
Columbia, S. C., at.2.00 p.m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 8.15 p. m.
Leave Charlotte, N. C., at.5.45 a. m.
?' Columbia, S. C., at.12.10 "
Arrivo at Groniteville, H. C.4.10 p. m.
Through Tickets on sale for all principal points
North and South. Baggago checked through.
Close and continuous connections made North
and South. Passengers reach Augusta at 4.45
p. m. CALEB BOUKNIGHT, Superintendent.
Greenville ana Columbia Railroad.
BS 17"? EESHK???n PASSENGER Trains run
BM?a??!*?"c~5i?-daily. Sui day excepted, con?
necting with Night Train on Charleston Railroad:
Lve Columbia 7.00 a.m. Lvc Greenville 0.00 a.m.
?* Alston H.0f? " '* Anderson 0.4& "
" Nowberryl0.35 " " Abbeville 8.45 "
Arr Abbeville" 3.30p.m " Newberry 1.25p.m.
"Anderson 5.15 " " Alston 3.00 "
.* Greenville 6.00 " Arr Columbia 5.00 p.m.
Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad run as follows:
Lve Anderson ."> 20 p.m I.ve Walhalla 4.00 a.m.
" Pendleton ?.20 " " Pendleton 5.40 .*
Arr Walhalla 8.0U " Arr Anderson 0.40 "
The train will roturn fron! Belton to Anderson
on Monda v and Fridav mornings.
JAMES 0. MEREDITH. C^P? iel 8i > ?.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
C&iKXViiw?? MAIL Trains on this Road mn to
''.??l 'PL*.' i IIIIII on same day, to connect with
up auddown Trains on Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, ai Helena; leaving Laurens at 5 A. M.,
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS,
and leaving Helena at 1.80 P. M. game doy?.
Julv ? J. S. BOWERS. Superintendent
Office North Carolina Railroad Co..
fSTTMb VF' E3*iSj^BKni THE following is the
fr^ffTii&js^^ for Passenger
Trains over this road:
Leave Charlotte..ll.30 p. m Arrive. 11.35 p. m.
** Greensboro 5.05 n. ni and 7.17 p. m.
" Raleigh 9.41 a. m. and 3.20 p. m.
Arrivo Goldsboro 12.25 p. m. Lcavo.. 12.30 p. m.
Through Passengers by thi* hr havr choice of
routes um Greensboro and Dm.\i! to Richmond,
or via Raleigh and Weldon to Rici I or.Ports?
mouth; arriving at all points Roi tl " irirhmond
at the same time by either rent''. ( II cflon ia
made at Goldsboro with Paseen rr? r T -alna r.n the
Wilmington and Woldon BaPron? to and from
Wilmington, and Froight Train i< '-' li on. Alao
to Newbern, on A. A N. C. Rca."