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Generally known aa newspaper men
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"Saturday Notes," and Sunday news,
"All sorts of Paragraphs," to amuse.
Market reporto and marine dier sters,
Puffs of pille and patent plasters;
Now at the theatre in white cravat,
Claw-hammer ooat and opera hat;
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Sickening details of a bloody fight
Baok to town just in time
To report the sermon of some divine;
Steamboat collisions, smash up of trains,
Election returns to bother your brains.
Agents dramatic, with long-winded story
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Deaths and marriages, murders, rows,
Balls and parties, minstrel shows,
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And next the calve? in oattle shows ;
Pencil in hand at the race course,
Taking tho time of a trotting horse ;
Jotting down eaoh stroke and catch
Made in a ' farnon B baso ball match;
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These aro fow of tho many things i
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OH TC TXTETST.,
FOETUSES OF JULIET CLAYBURN.
A Vale of the Palmetto State.
Cornelia was in the sitting-room, fab?
ricating something marvelous in tho way
ol a nosegay. Earl bad brought the
flowers while the ladies were dressing.
Of course, Juliet had to have a bouquet,
too, so it was a quarter ol an hour before
tho party were actually seated in the car?
"Verily, we will be fashionably late to?
night." observed Cornelia,' "but where is
Mr. Von Oppenheim? I'll ran to the
drawing-room and tell him we are wait?
"He is not in the drawing-room," said
Riobard; "so yon may save yourself the
trouble. I expect he has gone on before, j
Cornelia, and, by this time, is, no doubt,
swimming around the room with Blancho ,
Babbitt in his arm?. It is something
odd, how that fellow adores waltzing,
especially with 'snow-drop Blanche,' as
he affectionately calls Miss Babbitt. Did
you ever see anything to equal it-eh,
"I do hate you, Richard," was Corne?
lia's-polite rejoinder; "cordially hate
you. Yon have a knack at making your?
self disagreeable which I never saw
"We are coasins-german, you know,"
"I'm sorry for it," replied the young
lady. "And I tell you, again, I heartily
detest yon. I wish yon hud remained at
your own home, instead of coming here
to spoil our Christmas fan with your
abominable teasing and your hateful,
"Keep cool! keep cooli" advised Ri?
chard. -'You are not remarkably good
looking, when you are in a passion, and
yon would hardly fanoy being a wall?
"Are we to sit here all night?" impa
tiently asked Cornelia, not deigning n
reply to her cousin's last remark.
Juliet lcanod from the carriage win?
dow, and asked the driver if he had seen
anything of Mr. Von Oppenheim.
"Yes," the driver reported; "Mr. Von
Oppenheim had come down the front
steps, some little time before, and walked
toward the front, gate. Daddy Sancho
had called, and asked if he were not
going to rido with the ladies, -whereupon
he said he was tired waiting and pre?
ferred to walk."
"I told yon so," said tho tantalizing
Riobard; "little snow-drop Blanche hud
better look out, or she will have her eyes
scratched by a certain envious rival." BB
' "There is mnoh more likelihood of
yburs being scratched ont," proclaimed
Cornelia; ,"I wish to heaven I had the
strength-I'd pitch you head-foremost
from the carriage."
These threatening words, instead of
intimidating Mr. Riobard Thurlow,
amused him so excessively, he laughed
at and tormented his enraged relativo
until the carriage pulled up at Judge
About 1 o'clock in the morning, tho
yoong professor for the first time en?
tered the ball-room. Blanche Babbitt
was standing near the door, and imme?
diately accosted him, asking why ho was
so late. He muttered some excuses, and,
to cover their awkwardness, asked her
for a dance.
"You do not deserve one," declared
Blanche, "and I don't think I have one
to give you, if you did. My card ir; fit!!,
Blanche was a great favorite with the
yoong professor. She was an eminently
attractive girl, with winning manners,
and repnlod to be .tho most graceful
dancer in the place. Mr. Von Oppen?
heim complained of tho heat of thc
rooms und offered his arm to his com?
panion, to promenade on the piazza.
There was another coaple walking up and
dows, and ono glance showed Earl Juliet
and Harry Babbitt.
"Where on earth have yon two been all
this time?" asked Harry, as they possod
each other near one of the windows.
"That is oar own secret," answered
Karl, declining a chat and walking on.
They had only taken a few tarns on the
piazza, when waltzing began. Karl per?
suaded his companion to go in and join
in the danoo, which they did, keeping
tap the enrapturing frWrlntil Blanche's
partner came forward and asserted bis
prior claim to ber hand. Looking aroaad
the room in a searching way, Karl per?
ceived Cornelia, the object of his soarob,
on the opposite side of the apartment.
Making his way to ber, he said:
"I oome aa a suppliant Cornelia-give
me as many dances as you can. Toa
have not certainly been so cruel BS to re?
tain none free for me."
"I have a great mind not to speak to
yon," said Cornelia, angrily, "and I
wouldn't danoo with you i your life de?
pended on it."
"Heaven above!'' exclaimed Karl,
"what have I done to' bring down snob
thunders of wrath upon my devoted head?
It is unmerited, I assure you. How have
I offended yon so dreadfully, Cornelia?"
"Your failing to remember tho offence
only makes me more furious," and Cor?
nelia bit her lips until tho blood almost
"Is it-is it my unpardonable neg-in?
attention this evening?"
"You may well say unpardonable,"
answered Cornelia, scarcely able to speak
from anger. "In all my life, I never
knew a gentlemau to gain a lady's per?
mission to eficort her to tho suppor-table
at a ball, and then bo non esl at thc right
"I beg yon a .thousand pardons," said
Karl, tho thing flashing across him for
the first time. "To tell you tho truth,
Cornelia, I have been outside all the
"You need not try to hoax me with
that sort of stuff," exclaimed tho young
lady, pettishly; "you'vo been in the
other parlor, dancing with Blanche, and
out on the piazza, promenading with her
"Upon my word, Cornelia, you ave
mistaken. I tell you, truly, I haven't
boen in the room half an hour and have
scarcely spoken a dozen words to Miss
Blanohe. I met her near tba door, when
I was looking for yon. Politeness re?
quired me to pay my compliments to
her-in her own house. And will you
not be generous, and pardon my negli?
gence about the supper, when I assure
you, I have been feeling extremely un?
well, all night? I was Bullering BO much,
I conld not stand the stifling heat in the
rooms, and that is why I forgot my en?
gagement with you."
Cornelia looked np iu his haggard faco
and his restless eyes.
"You do look very ill," she said, kind?
ly; "oould I do anything to relieve yon?
I can easily get any restoratives you
would like, from Blanche or Mrs. Bab?
bitt-what can I do?"
"You can forgive mc," answered Karl,
"and that will relieve me more than any?
thing else. Will you, Cornelia?"
"Certainly, Mr. Von Oppenheim, if
you did not intend it as a slight."
She waltzed with him, promenaded,
waltzed again, and then they took pos?
session of a sofa in one corner of the
"So you think Juliet is engaged to
Harry Babbitt?" inquired Karl.
"Can there be a doubt of it?" replied
Cornelia. "He has been perfect devo?
tion all the evening, and now look at
them;" and Cornelia pointed across to
the couple. Harry wus leaning over Ju?
liet in a frenzy of admiration, and her
face was animated, bright and sparkling.
Karl looked at them and the blood rush?
ed to his face-he could scarcely conceal
tho fierce, inward struggle, tho hurricane
of jealousy which swept across his being.
He could not look at them-ho removed
"They are a perfect picture of two en?
amored lovers, " contiuued Cornelia. "I
am pretty sure she loves him, although
Richard says, she's engaged to somo
Frank or other. Binjour ?oull X'veiust
thought of it-it is Frank Clayborn-he
orites ts? ber- copsftsatij;--it eas- fee so
. "Do you think she would be BO dis?
honorable a? io plight her troth to two
at once!*" inquired Karl, hoarsely.
TO BE CONTINUED.
Manufactured by the
Navassa Guano Co.. Wilmington N. C.,
In Bags or Barrels.
THIS FERTILIZER ?B prepared willi the
utmost care, and contains ovcry constitu?
ent desirable for any crop to which it may be
applied. It is especially adapted to the growth
COTTON, CORN, CEREALS,
And all kinds of
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
It is manufactured of tho same material from
which tho celebrated
PATAPSCO GUANO CO.'S PHOSPHATE
Is prepared, and reference is made to that
Company, (li? South street, Balti?
more,") for its efficiency, qua?
lity and uniformity.
lt. B. BRIDGER8*. President.
DONALD MACRAE, Troasurer and Secretary,
Wilmington, N. C.
LONDON Sc JONES, Agents,
Jan 21 tSmo Rock Hill. S. C.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters,
RECEIVED EVERY DAY, and families can
bo supplied in any quantity, at
Nov 24 J. E. HEISE'S RESTAURANT.
Branch, Scott & Go.,
A UG US TA, GA. ,
Flour, Grain, Provisions and
STOVALL'S EXCELSIOR MILLS.
Nov 12 3mo*
Oak Bark ! Oak Bark !
WANTED, at tho Columbia Tannerv, 100
Cords OAK BARK. Apply to
N23 J. P. THOMA8 & CO. .'Colombia. S. C
Living Writers of the South.
SHORT biographies, lists of works, and ex?
tracts from tho moBt popnlar volumes of
every living writer of tho Southern United
States. By Professor James Wood Davidson.
%* A verv largo handsome book. Price $2.00.
Vashti, or Until Doath ns Do Part. By Au?
thor of Bcaula, Macaria, Ac. $2.00.
Tho Polar World-a popular description ot
Men and Nature in the Arctic and Antartic re?
gions of the Globe-illustrated. $3.75.
The Romaneo of Spanish History, by John
S. C. Abbott: with illustrations.
Pictoral Field Book of the War 0f 1812. By
Benson J. bossing, author of Pictorial Field
Book Revolution. $7.00.
Photograph Albums, Pocket Cutlery, Ac., at
_ DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S Bookstore.
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agents,
OFFER their services to the public as GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
?harges until sales aro effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
Tobacco ! Tobacco !!
rr/\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at lew
I \ 9 figures.
30 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Rock City Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
I Jv.ly 20 JOHN C. BEEPERS.
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
j Beer this summer. I now inform thc public
I that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which I put against any Beer brought
from the North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am read}
to test it by the Beer scale.
Aug 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Another Step?n Science.-Warranted thc Best in the United States.
SOLD DY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.*
Boots, Shoes and Hats for the Million 1
AT THE MAMMOTH SHOE HOUSE!
NEW GOODS FOR THE NEW YEAR 3
I have just received a very largo stock of Ladies*, Gent's, pMjj*
^MS^JP. Misses' and Children's FINE WORK, direct from first
B^ffr~?baodH, and bought at low figures-certainly the finest Jf/mm
t^g/jjkpSm\m*?brouf.'\\t to this market since the war, rind in ?ill colors ?ind ^*""***.
widths and sizes, and the attention of buyers is solicited, us goods will be marked
down from this duto. Jau 1
Call and see for yourselves, at the sign of the Big Hoot and Hat, one door North
of Columbia Hotel. A. SMYTHE.
Soluble Manures and Sulphuric Acid,
MANUFACTURED at Charleston, under the direction of Dr. N. A. PRATT, Chemist for
tho Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphato Companv.
Miiiii?i.h PHOSPHORIC ACID, in the form of SOLUBLE PI?O?PHAI E OF LIME, or
DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, is the basis of all good Fertilizers, and thee? arc valuable
in tho ratio of Soluble l'hosphoric Acid which is in thom.
The immenao deposits of Phosphoric Guanos Which were discovered in 1867 in South Caro?
lina, hy Dr. PRATT, consists mainly of Insoluble Phosphate of Lime, which is made available
as a Fertilizer by boing ground to powder, and reduced by Sulphuric Acid to such a condition
as to make ita insoluble phosphate soluble in wator, and thus made capable of being taken up
hy growing plants. Tho insoluble Phosphate found in any commercial Fertilizer is of no
more valne to the plant than the original Phosphate rock. Tho greater tho proportion of this
Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains, tho less thc quantity required per acre, and
consequently tho cheap? st Fertilizor is that containing thc highest "per centage of b'oluhle
Impressed with these truths, the Sulphuric Acid ami Super-Phosphate Company have erected
at Charleston, tho tirst extensive Acid Chambors South of Baltimore, and are ablo to ott'-r to
planters the highest per ccntago of Solnble Phosphate of Lime known in any market.
Their Fertilizers aro offered under two forms:
1. Bttwan, No. 1-PURE SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, gnaranteod to contain 24 per cent, of
Dissolved Bone Phosphate of Limo, 160 per ton, 10 per cont, discount for cash.
?. Btlwan. No. ?.-PERUVIAN SUPER-PHOSPHATE, guaranteed to contain 20 per cent,
of Dissolved Bone Phosphate, and i j to 8 per cent, of Ammonia, with a sufficient addition of
Peruvian Guano to adapt it to all Crops, $70 per ton. 10 per cent, discount for cash.
wa ALSO OFFER :
DISSOLVED BONE, of high grado, for planters or manufacturers, who may desire to mix
into any other compost, and we niggest that this is the best and cheapest method for manu?
facturers to transport the Sulphuric Acid contained in the mixture. Will be sold at fixed rate
for each per centage. [Jan 1 Smo] WM. 6. BBSS ?fe CO. Agenta.
P.. O'NEALR & SON, Agent?, Columbia. No. 14 Adgcr'e Wharf, Charleston, B. C.
4-. :? y
0 h a r 1 e s ton Advertisements, j
j. If- RQB80!!- t?fflmifBHoni Merchant
NOS. 1 AND ? ATLANTIC WU AUF. '
* CHARLESTON] S. C.
HAYING ample means for nd vaneen, a busi
ncaa experience of twenty yean, and
confining himself atrictly to a COMMISSION
BUSINESS, without operating on his own ac?
count, respectfully solicits consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, etc.
Shippers of Produce to him may. at their
option, havo their consignments sold cither in
Charleston or New York; thus having the ad?
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
Bishop W. M. Wightman, R. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte, li. C. ; Hov. T. O. Summers,
Tonnessee; Hon. John F. King, Augusta,Qa.;
Mosers. Gooree W. Williams A Co., Charles?
ton, 8. C.; Messrs. Williams, Tavlor A Co.,
New York. Anrilj28tly
i:Al (ill's RAW HOM-:
SUPER-PHOSPHATE of LIME.
IAM now receiving my supplies of this MA- j
NUBE, and Planters can rely lipon getting j
an article fully up to standard as per analysis.
All bought from myself or authorized Agents,
1 will guarantee, as every cargo so Bold is ana?
lyzed on arrival hero, and tho high character
of thc Manure fnilv kept up.
J. N. ROBSON,
Sole Agent for South Carolina, Nos. 1 and 2
Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
B. O'NEAI.I: .V SON, Agents for Bichland
Prof. Shepard Bays of analysis made October
111, 1800: "A valuable Manure, .-.nd decidedly
juperior to tho article of last year."'
Experiment made by M. C. M. Hammond, of
Beech Island, .S. C.:
No Manure. 8871bs. seed cotton pr acre
1751bs. Per.Guano. 1.32K " li "
175 lbs. Baugh's. .1,489 " " "
Dec 22 +:)mo
PAN KN IN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL PlBEA^rS Or TUP
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TBT.T UTE aCCOMMEXDSR I.Y THE
HEGEMAN ?S? CO.,
AGENTS, NE ll' YORK.
Manufactnred by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CHEMIST ACT AP0THECA27,
C H A. R L. E S T O S. C.
JSS-J-'or Sate by Druggists Every\chere.~&l
Fob 5 +ly
STOLL, WEBB ?Si CO.,
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
287 I , ' ?89
i Domestic-Store. I K,SG 8T?" ; Lace Store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON. S. C. ly
j GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO., I
J V HOLES A LE anoccRS',
Cotton Factors and Bankers, j
Mayne Street, Charleston, s. ?.
WILLIAMSTB?RN?E & co.,
, C O J? MIS SI O N MERCHANTS,
i bo Beaver strcot and 20 Exchange Place,
i Jan 5 NEW YORK._+3mo
" NIGEERSON HOUSE,"
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
j 4>?Ai-^-\ TBIS pleasantly located HO
Bfwnm^L? TEL, unsurpassed by any
jBa^jMBpHj House in the South for comfort
'"^^Haf1 1 healthy locality, in now
j open to Travelers and others seeking accom
! modatious. Families can Ix; furnished with
i nico, airy rooms on reasonable tc rms. "A call
; is solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
the different depot?-pastengcrs carried to
! and from the Hotel free of charge.
Nov :l WM. A. WHIG HT.
i^jJ!JWLR.l'?;ry y.'*"^"1 V-aJjSi-^y5?g p3
ri?UE Proprietors tako pleasure in auuounc
X iug this elegantly-furnished Establishment
now opon tor the accommodation of guests.
The table will always bo supplied with every
lelicacy of the season-both ti om the New
?Ork and Charleston markets, und no efforts
.viii bo spared to give perfect satisfaction, in
very respect, to our patrons. FBEE LUNCH j
thc refectory every day from ll until 12).
Mav30 H.^.?BATONHOr. j F"?".ir;Toi:>.
F A R M E RS .
Incl ea ?e your erope andiruprove your land, by '
Impoitedby ns direct from the Pho-nix Is?
lands, South Pucitic Ocean.
Wilcox. Gibbs & Co.'s
.V ^4 N ! P U L A TH Lt GUA N 0
Prepared at Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, ?.
C., which has provod in the soil
fliehest Manure in ase.
For salo bv
WILCOX, OIBBS & CO.,
Importers & Dealers in
00 Bay street. Savana it it. Gu.
01 East Bay street, Charleston, *.'. C.
241 Broad street. Augusta, Ga.
Also by CHAMBERS A BRYCE, Agente, i o
lumbia. s. C.
Wo also keep pure No. 1 Peruvian Guano,
pure Dissolved Done, pure Land Plaster.
For further information, address as above
for circular, or subscribe to Southern Agricul?
turist, published by W. C. Macmurphy * Co.,
at Augusta and Savannah, Ga., at tho low
price of 25 cenU per annuli Nov 30 4mo
THE great SOUTHERN TONIC and Invigo
rant, is for sale hy DR. C. H. M IGT,
Nov2l Druggist, Columbia, fl. C.
; KIAH n.
? WILLIAM R. HOWARD,
Flouir Dealer ?nd Commission Merchant,
No. 2 Spear's Wharf, Baltimore, Md.
OOD to Choico Fine, Baner, Extra and
XJT FAMILY FLOUR, suitable for retailing,
constantly on band. Jan 22 Smn
NR8. D. C. SFBCK,
Private and Transient Boarding,
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PATENT PORTABLE CIROULAR
Also Stationary .-ind Portalile
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rm tm ni ama
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Pratt's "Astral" Oil.
UNLIKE many other Illuminating Oils, ie
perfectly pure, and free from all adultera?
tions or mixtures of any kind. It omits no
o (Tensive smell while burning, gives a soft and
brilliant light, and can bo used with tho samo
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panies endorse and urge npon consumors tho
uso of tho "Astral" Oil in prefcrenco to any
other. It is now burned by thousands of
families, and in no instance has any accident
occurred from its use; a lamp filled with it, if
upset and broken, will not explode. To pre?
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warrant. Be sure and get none but the genu?
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P. O. Box 3,0*1.
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removing eft'eto matter, pro?
ducing a healthy feeling ol
Bl.:*>TISH'; thc stomach and head. ,
Headache and nervous dis?
orders aro cored hy ita cse.
Qt Ll hV Di.! i*?H i ls expectorant, increasing '
the Hocntion from the ,
mucous mcmbrano of the |
air celia and passages ol
p.. s *i - lite lungs, or assists its dis?
charge; is, therefore, a re-1
nicdy, combined with Cod |
Liver Oil, in all caces of Con- j
sumption, Colds, ftc.
For sale by Druggists throughont the State
The traolo supplied by
FISH EB A IIEIN1T8H, Columbia, 8. C.
PLUMB A LEITNEB, Augusta, Ga.
J. H. ZEILEN A CO., Macon, Ga.
JOFN F. HENRY. Now York.
MANFIELD A HIGBEE,Memphis,Te.un.
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY A COWDEN,
Aug 6 f Philadelphia.
CH ABLOTTE, COLUMBIA * AUGUSTA B. B.
G KN KU A I. FREIGUT AND TICKET OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., January 28, 1870.
MEBCHANT8 and others doeirlng MILE?
AGE TICKETS, good for fire hundred
or one thousand miles, can procuro them by
leaving their addreaa with any Station Agent
on lino of road, or upon application to the
undersigned, at following prices: For 1,000
miles, $30.00; for 500 miles, $18.00.
J20 G E. B. DORSEY, G. F. and T. Agent.?!
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
the South Carolina Railroad Com?
pany, and of the South-western Rail?
rillt E annual meeting of tho Stockholders of
J. thc above institutions will be held in tbe
City ot Charleston, on tho second TUESDAY
in February next, the 8th of the month. Placo
of meeting, Halt of tho South-western Rail?
road Bank, on Broad Street. Hour of con?
vening, ll o'clock a. m.
On the day following, Wednesday, tho 9th,
there will bo an election bold at the same
place, between tho boura of 9 a. m. and 3 p.
m., for fifteen Directors of the Railroad Com?
pany, and thirteen Directors of tho Bank. A
Couunitteo to verify proxies will attend.
The following amendment to Articlo 1st,
Section 2d. of tho By-Laws, proposed at the
!ast annual mooting, will come np for action at
this: Amend Articlo 1st, Section 2d of the By
Laws. hy striking out tho words "three
months" in tho sixth linc, and inserting "thirty
days." Tho portion of tho Articlo in which
tho amondment is proposed now reads: "Nor
shall any Stockholder vote at any general or
other election who shall not have hold in his
own right tho shares on which ho oilers to
voto at least three months previous tu such
Stockholders will bo passed as usual over
tho Boad to and from tho meeting, free of
charge, in accordance with tho resolution of
tho Convention of 1854. J. ll, EMOBY,
Jan Ifi mtn Secretary.
Exchange of Bonds.
OFFICE CHARLOTTE, COLOMBIA A A. B. B. Co.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., November 18, 1869.
TUE Stocsholders of the Charlotte and
Sonth Carolina, and the Columbia and Au?
gusta Bailroad Companies in joint Convention,
July 8,1869, having consolidated and autho?
rized tho issuance by this Company of its First
Mortgage Sever per cent. Coupon BONDS, to
bo used for the purpose of retiring the Bonds
of s aid two Companies, respectively, the un?
dersigned hereby gives notice of Iris readi?
ness to make the Exchange of the BONDS.
The Coupon due January 1, 1870, will bo at?
tached to the New Bonds. This issue of Bonds
for tho purpose designated, will amount to
$1,200,000, which ia equivalent to a lien of only
about f 0,000 per milo on this Company's road
of PJ5 miles. As a security, they aro regarded
as being botter than any heretofore issued by
either of tho two Companies named, and are
confidently commended as ono of the best in?
vestments now offered in the Southern States.
I8 .Oj H. MANSON, Treasurer.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R
COLUMBIA, 8. C., January 13,1870.
ON and after TO-DAY, an Accommodation
Train will run as follows:
Leave Columbia. 6.15 p. m.
Arrrivo at Augusta. 3.80 a.m.
Leave Augusta.4.15 p. m.
Arrivo at Columbia.1.30 a.m.
This Train connects with tho Georgia day
Passenger Trains at Augusta, and the Green?
ville Boad at Columbia, each way.
m Jan 13 (12*26 C. BOUKNIOHT, 8up'tJB
Greenville ana Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, January 15,1870.
rr?T per? Emapri ON and after WEDNE8
fiffii&dafE?DAY, January 19, tho fol?
lowing Schedule will be run daily, Bucday
excepted, connecting with Night Train on
South Carolina Road, up and down, and with
Night Train on Charlotte, Cobimhia and Au?
gusta Road going South:
Leave Columbia. 7.00 a m
* * Alston. 8.40 a m
" Newberry.. 10.10 am
Arrive Abbeville. 3.00 p m
*' Anderson. 4.20 pm
" Greenville. . 5 00 p m
Leave Greenville . fi.45 am
" Anderson. . 6.25 am
' ' Abbeville.. 8 00 a m
Newberry. 12 35 pm
*. Alston. 2.10 p m
Airivo Columbia. 3.15 pm
The Train will return from Belton to Ander
.ion on Monday and Friday mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH, Genera 1 Sujft._
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R,
JGLNF-lt AL FBEIGHT A TICKET OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., December 23, 1869.
rTMHK following Passenger Schedule will go
J into elTuct on this Boad on and afterSUN
D?Y next, 26th instant:
Leave Augusta, at.-4.C0 a, m.
Columbia, S. C., nt.9.40 a.m.
Winnaboro, at.1L40 a. m.
Chester, at.1.40 p.m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 4.20 p. ra.
Making CIOBO connections with Trains of
North Carolina Boad for all points North and
Leave Charlotte. N. C., at.10.30 a. m.
" Cheater, at.1.25p.m.
Winnaboro, at.2.57 p.m.
'. Columbia, 8. C., at. 5.07 p.m.
Arrive at AugUBta.9.50 p. m
Making close connections with Trains of
Central and Georgia BailroadB for Savannah,
and all points in Florida, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, Mobile, New Orleans, Selma,
Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Louisville,
Cincinnati, St. LOU?B, and all points South and
Palace Sleeping Car* on all Night TrahiB.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
jae Passengers by this route GUIM: NOLTH,
have choice of THREE DIFFERENT ROUTES'.
C. BOUKNIOHT. Superintendent.
E. R. DORSEY, General Freight and Ticket
Agent. Dec 25
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE, SEKT. 15,18691
fT?f ? ymn auKH?TTK"" THP.roiiowing Sche?
ll w*??.?!?B*^ for "Passenger
Traine *ill bo observed from this date:
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaving Colnmbia at.7.45 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.40 p. rn"
NIOIIT EXFBJSSS I HAIN.
Leaving Columbia at. 5.50 p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.45 a. ra.
THE CAMDEN TRAIN
Will c : linne to run tho following schedule:
(Monda}s, Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
Arrive Colombia 11.00 a. m. Leave 1.45 p. m.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED )
Leave Camden 6.35a.m. Ar Ringville 0.20 a.m.
Lvo Ringville 8.15 p. m. Ar Camden 6 C5 p.m.
Sept 16 H. T. PEAKE, General Snp't.
Lamen:) Railroad-New Schedule,
EBBMB3 MAIL Trains on this Road run to
ttfljgWn iJS?return same day, to connect with
np and down Trains on Greenville and Colnm?
bia Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurens at 5
A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays'
and leaving Helena at 1.80 P. M. same days.
Jnlv 9 J. R. BOWEBR Superintendent