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I picture her ?here Ir** the quaint, old room,
Where the fading,ffr^Iight Btarts and fall?,
Alono in tho twilight's Wnder gloom
With tho shadows (hat dance oh the dim-lit
Alone; while thoa? face* look a ?lout ly down
From their antiquaJxa-aea in a grim reposo; I
Slight, soholarly ltajphi in I ia Oxford gown,
And etannoh ?ir Alan, wbu died for Mont
There are gallants gay in crimson abd gold,
There are smiling beauties with powder'd
hair, """-.JV-' .'
But she ?its there, fairer a thousand fold.
Leaning dreamily back In lier low arm
And the roseate shadows of fading light
Soitly-olear ete?l o'er the sweet young f aco,
Where a woman's fndsf Aft M#aA? to-night,
With tho guileless pridodTher imlghlly race.
Her wail bands lio clasped in a Hatless way
On the old romaneo, which she-holds on her
Of "Trietram.," tho bravoet of knights in the
And VIsoulo," who wails by tho sounding
And th? proud, dark eyes wear a softened
Aa-alie watches tho dying embers fall
Perhaps ah* dreams of the knights in the
Perhaps of tho pictures that smilo on tho
What fancies, I wonder, aro thronging her
For her cheeks flush warm with a crimson
Perhaps-Ahl mo, how foolish and vain!
But Td gina my. life to believe it so?
Well, whether I ever< march home again,
To offer my love and a stainless name,
Or whether I dio at the head of my men,
I'll bo true to the end aU the samel
Pegram'B BatCn Arl'y, A. N. V., Bec. '64.
FORTUITES OE JULIET CLAYBURN.
"Tlioro is very little likelihood, I fear,
of his being here by Christmas," said
Rudolph, in a meditative way. 4'There
is grand-mother in euch bad health
Anni Nannerl's marriage-so much, be?
sides, to be done abont the estate. If he
?/MA hore by spring, it is aa much as he
will be able to do. In the meantime,
suppose be should hear, accidentally,
that yon no longer wear his ring-what
would he concludo? Juliet, I really do
think the best thing to do is to tell
Unelo Karl the exact truth. There will
then be nd chance for misunderstand?
ing-no possibility of bia not compre?
hending your situation-your true posi?
tion as regards ? himself. It would be a
suspicious circumstance, yon must con?
fess, if he should h#ar, without explana?
tion, that yon np longer wore that
emblem yon had promLaed never to
remove, even for a moment, from your
finger. Do you not think 'honesty is
the best poHeyf .
"Bat there is no possible chunco of I
his hearing," expostulated Juliet; "Aunt,
mother, Cornelia and you rael"-all who
know anything about the ring and our
engagement-would not tell him without
an explanation. Rudolph, oblige me in
. thia matter-I wish to spare Earl pain.
Will you not? Please, dear Rudolph 1"
"You place me in a very awkward
?ioait?ou, Julie," said Rudolph, half
aughing, and a puzzled expression on
his face. "How can I refuse you any?
thing? And how can I keep my promise
to Uncle Earl, anlese I do refuse? I'll
tell yon, Julio-I'll compromise! Peo?
ple always do, you know, when they're
not prepared to act np to the right mark.
Since you will not allow me to write
what it would be right for me to write,
then PU not write at all. Don't you
think it is a capital plan to get rightly
over this un-ri^?f-eous matter? If I
write not, he will rightly think it is all
"Yes," said Juliet; "in this case, the
right thing is not write; and now I hope
this write and not right matter is rightly
In the meantime. Cornelia was stand?
ing, on the steps, conversing with Mr.
'*! have just heard from your father,"
said the gentleman, "in reply to the
appeal I sent him on my own and Ju?
liet's behalf. He says you may go with
us to Charleston, and remain with my
daughter until next spring."
'"How transporting!" exclaimed tho
young lady. "I can think of nothing
more charming than a season in Charles?
ton, under your guardianship."
. "Not so dull for yon as Wilton," said
Mr. Clayborn, gratified at her evident
"I should think not," answered Cor?
nelia. "I beseeoh you not to mention
Wilton-it is a load-stone, which attracts
everything in the shape of stagnation.
If I were well versed in lexicography,
and could perpetrate a lexicon, I should
place 'Wilton in my vocabulary, defined
in this wise: 'Wilton-originally thc
narnu of a village in ono of the Southern
States of America; so noted for its
dreariness, its waut of life, the stupidity
of its inhabitants, and its universal and
consummate insipidity, os to have passed
into a. bye-word. A Wilton ian is a man
of foggy intellect. A Wiltonish day is
ono Void 'of sunshine, brightness or
interest; and a plane like Wilton thc last
place in tho world. Hence, tho accepted
significance of the word-dull, heavy,
ponderous-the aeme.of ni bili ty. ' "
"Did you always think so hardly of
the place?" Mr. Clayborn asked, with an
"I believe not," said Cornelia; "it is
only nineo I've discovered that it is the
bounden and paramont doty of all
civilized, refined and well-educated
female? to flirt, and the fact became
patent to de, by the tedious experience
of the past few months, that there is not
a siogie bean or eligible flirting acquaint?
ance in forty miles of Wilton.
"By this new light, i'm not surprised
at your vituperative language," remarked
"I'll run this instant a*v" writo to
"papa," exclaimed Cornelia, "thanking
him, for. sparing me the nause?os, un
palatable Ovsor of ? win tor in -Wilton, ?Jf
and the two waited into tba house to?
gether." . --'ff, ? ?pi . ?. . ' '.' I
The next morning Jaliet waa sitting
in her ova room, writipg>;to Karl. A
hasty knock was heard at the door, and
Cornel ia, nat waiting for an vitaron to
enter, entered, without one-. ' , ,
/'WrfUnSi'to'WtmSl^f! "te asked
play folly, seeing Juliet's employment;
"Tee, bur-ra*' drawing to a close.
Hayo a scat; Cornelia?"'
"Oh, nol 111 not interrupt such a
pleasant occupation/' seid Cornelia,
yawning; I merely came in to proffer a
request. Will you bo kind enough to
lend me your habit de cheval for this
afternoon.? lt ia so much moro elegant
than minc, and I am engaged to ride
with that fastidious Mr. Bajfcpnd."
1 'Of course,'' replied Juliet, scarcely
raising her glance from the paper; "you
are perfectly welcome. I will give Hetty
orders to carry it to your room."
"And the hat, too, if you please?"
continued Cornelia. . .
"Yes, it IV decidedly the prettiest
thing pertaining to the accoutrements.
Becoming to you, also, I expect, the
black velvet and white plumes."
. 'It is extremely becoming, " acquiesced
Cornelia, "I tried it on the other day.
The body, I fear, will be unpleasantly
snug, as the dress-m?kers say; but
t'will not be the first, nor I dare say the
last time, either, I will suffer the bodily
torture of being squeezed almost to
death, in order to gain a few hours' admi?
ration of my corsage delie. But I hope,
Juliet, I'm not interfering with any
plan of yours for riding-that it is per?
"Perfeotly so," said Juliet; "I'm to
take an airing in the carriage with
mother this afternoon."
Cornelia still lingered, standing at tho
opposite side of the little table,watching
the movements of Juliet's pen.
"Is your letter long?" she inquired.
Juliet pointed laughingly to several
sheets of closely-written chirography
lying on the table.
"Not very," she said, "considering I
cannot write often."
"Did you tell him the misfortune
about the ring?"
"No; I couldn't bear to make him un?
"It's the silliest thing I ever heard of
in my life," said Cornelia.
"What?" exclaimed Juliet, looking up
"Wby, that feeling of superstition
Mr. Von Oppenheim has concerning
your engagement ring. I thought his
intellectual faculties were .too well bal?
anced; that he was, in short, a man of
too much good sense to indulge in such
"It's no sign of a want of sense," said
Juliet, a little testily.
"Oh, nol I suppose not," said Corno
lia, laughing; "perhaps it is just the
contrary, and proves ha has unoommon
sense. In reality, I subscribe to this
latter opinion myself; for if we take the
history of the world, we will find the
most eminent of its so-called great men
believed in omens and prognostics, and
had an unmistakable vein of inherent
superstition in their nature. We all
have-every human being has, to some
"I'm very little imbued with such
sentiments, for my own part," remarked
Juliet, "and drawing a logical deduotion
from the statement you have promulgat?
ed, must necessarily be far removed from
"Not necessarily farther than myself,
who am an avowed disciple of several
mystic doctrines, 'grand, gloomy and
peculiar' in their nature, and yet lacking
in other qualifications, can make no pre?
tensions to superiority. By the way.
Juliet, how do you manage your corres?
pondence with Mr. Von Oppenheim? I
see your father goes to the post offico
"I get my letters through Mrs. Win?
ters," said Juliet; "she receives foreign
letters of her own, as all her relatives are
in Europe. Karl encloses his letters in
two envelopes-the outer one addressed
to Mrs. Winters, the inner to myself. I
arranged it with Karl before we parted
in Ashburn, without consulting her, but
knowing dbe wonld not object."
"Who is Mrs. Winters $ I never heard
of her before. Does.shelive about Ork?
"Yes, indeed, but you might romain
hero a whole year or longer, and never
hear of her. She doesn't belong exactly
to the elite-does not move in our sel, to
use a stereotyped phrase, in fashionable
circles. She's nothing more nor less
than a good-hearted Irish-woman, who
served for many years in our family in a
"Did you confide all about your en?
gagement? and ?re you not afraid she
will betray you?"
"No, no; I merely told her I had a-a
-sweetheart, whom my father did not
approve, and I wanted her help in trans?
mitting tho letters. She is my foster
mother und warmly attached to me, and
though she is not a marvel in the way
of natural gifts and mental development,
I am nevertheless very much attached to
her in roturo, and considor her the soul
of honesty and good faith."
"I .suppose Bhe brings your letters
when they arrive, and takes back with
her those you havo to mail?" interrogated
"I wish the arrangement could be so,"
replied Juliet, "it would save me a world
of trouble; but unfortunately for my
present necessities, she dare not put her
foot on the premises. At the time ?ho
quitted our house and went off to her?
self, my father bad an angry dispute
with her husband about something, I
doSa't know what-anyhow, nurse sided
with her husband, the most natural
tb?Qg ia tbs Vruriu, ? Lid tho consequence
was a breach whioh has uaver been
healed. Father tbouget nurse ungrateful
in leaving mamma-be was intensely
provoked, so he forbade her coming to
the house, and prohibited me from going
to her cottage."
"It Hoems'juiMfifHl&t ?fclFnfa?? the ]
prohibition, naring kept on snob good
times to get some of her Irish potato
salad, or ?ged 'gutt**! '
" : "I was never iq the boose in my hie, ' j
said Jnliet, "until I carno baofc from
Ashburn, and as for fried garlic, I'm sure
I never tasted it ot all. I could once
say, Cornelia, I had never disobeyed my
father, but alas! I can say so no longer,
? now go to nen*** cottage' as often as
there ia a favorable opportunity of doing
so without being discovered; but every
visit makes me feel like a guilty thief, or
an escaped convict."
"Bah!" cried Cornelia, contemptuous?
ly; "i' you never do any worse thing,
you're likely to have an easy timo here?
Jnliet was now reading over her missive,
revising it. Having finished this, she
folded it carefully, took a tiny sprig of
myrtle from her brooch, and inserted
among the folded leaves, sealed and
superscribed the envelope with the bo
loved one's name.
"Is that the programme?" said Corne?
lia, an interested spectator. "I merely
ask for information!. I may become
engaged myself some day, and I should
like to be posted up before-hand in the
duties and requirements of the position. "
"I do not know that it is au especial
duty to put flowers in your letters," and
.Juliet laughed merrily; "but it is a habit
I've acquired somehow with Earl. A
little flower eau say so muoh-can whisper
eloquent things so eloquently. Karl
upbraids me sometimes with writing
coldly, bat admits that my little flowers
are always tender, and make atonement
for what be calls "the coyness of the
phraseology." He says, at the university
it used to be a source of infinite pleasure
to him on the reception of a letter from
me, first to run his fingers softly over the
envelope, to see if it was a cold letter,
and if it wasn't-that is, if it contained a
flower-he would speculate as long as
his patience wonld admit, as to whether
it was a jasmine letter, a rose-bud letter,
a forget-me-not letter, and so on. After
I was told about it, I took great delight
in disappointing bis expectations. For
instance, I would press the violets so
smoothly, and arrange them with so
much care, it would be impossible to de?
tect anything from the outside. So poor
Karl would think he had a cold letter,
and would be so rejoiced when ho disco?
vered his mistake."
"Love does make such sublime fools
of people!" exclaimed Cornelia.
"Maybe so," replied Juliet, "but it is
a very pleasant and a happy thing to be
a sublime fool. Let others seek the
austerity of wisdom if they like, but for
myself, I am richly content to dwell
forever, surrounded only by the sweet
foolishness of love. Bat, Cornelia, ex?
cuse me a moment, I will be back pre?
sently. I must take this letter to Ru?
dolph to post for me, or else it will not
be in time to leave in this afternoon's
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No. 25 Broad streeet. Ciiarleston. S. C.
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AIBO, Gold and Silver Coin.
OrderB solicited and promptly attended to.
Prices current issued wockly and forwarded
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Refers by permission to Chas. T. Lowndes,
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Nos. 10,12,14 Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of
Hides, Wool, Skins, Furs, Ac. Have con?
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?B before purchasing.
MOSES GOLDSMITH. AUll A II AM A. GOLDSMITH.
HENRY BISCHOFF & 00.,
a i ia AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, 8c
?EBBHSgarH, Tobhcco, Ac, 197 East Bav,
??^?Charleston, S. C. H. BISCHOFF,"
Angl ly_J. H. PIEPER.
D.F. FLEMING & Co.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 Hayne street, corner
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L A. NELSON,
Aug 1 ly_JAJtES M.. WILSON.
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
THIS elegant and commodious HOUSE hav?
ing boen renovated and nowly furnished
throughout, is second to nono in the South.
Nov 13 J. PARKER. Proprietor.
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phos]
HAVING completed their extonsivo Manu
Fertilizers, no other kinds being availafa
This Company, undor tho direction entiroly
ducements which will recommend it to Son
largest and most complete in the United Sta
abundant supply of the proper solvent for tho.
are noar by. From these Phosphates they p
in soluble Phoupbato than those made from ra
quantity of Super-Phosphate of Lime fonnd in
sala, the rates at which we offer them being nc
tilizers, while thc Manures contain twice as m
eheaper to tho consumer. They aro offered or
that tho material In each will correspond to th
ETIWAN, No. 1_Soluble Phosphate, eon tah
Puro Soluble Phosphate of Limo, and furniehei
ETIWAN, No. 2_Peruvian Super-Phosphat?
Soluble Phosphate, and two to four per cent, o
proved acceptances, bearing interest, or such <
agenta- Orders to be forwarded immediately t
and after lat January next.
G. G. MEAUUNOEB, President.
40" The Fertilizors of thia Company will bo 1
Agents for Elton's Premium Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CHAPEE & CO.,
/tYT^ 207 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
HufiMff Agents for P. Ballantine & Hens'
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"^TV WHOLESALE DEALERS in
\. Boots, ShocB and Trunks, at
! W^~^??B?MiinufactiD ors' prices, 105 Meet?
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Charleston, 8. C._Aug 1 ly
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
Wholeealo Dealers in
0 ZJ O T H livra,
122 and 124 Meeting stroot,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. SELMAN,
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CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Hardware, Cutlery,
GuiiB, Agricultural Implements,
?Ac 219 King street., Charleston,
S. C. Ali assortment of House-keeping Hard
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EOE PALATKA, FLORIDA,
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings on the St. John's Uiver,
THE elegant and first class
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, for aboyo places, every TUESDAY
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Tho elegant and first class Steamer CITY
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Through Tickets to bo had at railroad of?
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For freight or passago. apply to
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Keep constantly tn hand a full assortment
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La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Day Street,
HAVE for sale the choicest brands of Pure
Havana BegarB. Also, good domestic
Sugars, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BABBOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
)hate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
factory, aro now proparod to furnish Soluble
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of Southern men of high character, offers in
ithom planters. Their works are among the
les. anti enable them to prepare at homo an
South Carolina native Bone Phosphates which
iropose to manufacture a Fertilizer even richor
w bones, and containing more than twice the
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i higher than the average price of other Fcr
uch fertilizing material; they aro in fact much
i the market in two forms, with a guarantee
sining from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of
d at sixty dollars per ton.
>, containing from sixteen to twenty por cent, of
f Ammonia, at seventy dollars per ton; for ap
)ther security as may t>6 acceptable to the snb
o the Agents, and delivery idade as directed on
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Aug 1 ly
"Eason Iron Works,''
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jOCT^gg** ST KAM ENGINES, Machinery
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WHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, Metals,
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WILL attend to the sales of all kinds ot
Produco and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fertilizers. Aug 1 ly
Charleston Dental Depot,
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tho Dentist. Ang 1 ly
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/"^ OOD to Choice Fine, Super, Extra and
VT FAMILY FLOUR, suitable for retailing',
constantly on band. Jan 22 8mo
SOME dealers in this city haro been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Boer this summer. I now inform the public
that I have a large supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which 1 put against any Beer brought
from tho North, or even imported from Ger?
many, aa to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by the Beer seale.
Aug 20_JOHN C. REEQER8.
Creme Be La Creme.
1 AA BARREL8 very Superior FAMILY
JLUU FLOUR, tor salo low by ^
Jan 20_EDWARD HOPE.
" NICKERS ON HOUSE/'
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleaaantly.located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in tho South for comfort
_"and healthy locality, is now
open to Travelors and others Becking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will be. found at
tho different depots-passengers carried to
and from tho Hotel free of charge
Nov 3 WM, A. WRIGHT.'
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta. B. B
IGENERAL FREIGHT & TICKET OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 23,1809.
THE following Passenger Schedule will , go
into effect on this Road on and after SUN?
DAY next, 2Gth instant:
OOINO NOBTH. .
Leave Augusta, at. 4.00 a. m.
Columbia, S.C., at. 0.40 a. m.
Winnsboro, at - -.11.40 ?. m.
Chester, at.1.40 p. m.
Arrivo at Charlotte, N. C.4.20 p. m.
Making connections with Trains of North
Carolina Road for all points North and East.
Leave Charlotte, N. C.,at.10.30 a. m.
Cheater, at-.-1.25p. m.
Winnsboro, at.- - - - 2.67 p. m.
Columbia, S. C., at. 5.07 p.m.
Arrive at Augusta.9.50 p. m
Making close connections with Trains of
Central and Georgia Railroads for Savannah,
and all points in Florida, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, Mobile, New Orleans, Selma,
Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Louisville,
Cincinnati, St. Louis, and all points South and
Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
SST Passengers by this route GOING NOHTH,
have choice Ol TUnEE DIFFEBENT BO?TSS. .
C. BOD KN IG HT, Superintendent.
E. R. DOBSEV. Gen. Freight and Ticket A gt.
South. Carolina Bailroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE, SEIT. 15, I860.
THE following Sche?
dule for "Passenger
Trains will be observed from this date:
DAV FAB?ENOEB TBAHf.
Leaving Columbia at.7.45 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.40 p. rn*
NIGHT EXFBES8 THAIN.
j Leaving Columbia at.5.50 p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at.4.45 a. la.
THE CAMDEN TRAIN-TB1-WEBKLY.
(Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
Arrive Columbia 11.00 a'. m. Leave 1.45 p. m.
HAILY (SUSDAT8 EXCEPTED )
Leave Camden 6.35a.m. Ar Ringville 9.20 a.m.
Lvo Ringville3.15p. m. Ar Camden 6 05p.m.
Sept 16 H. T. PEAKE. General Bnp't.
Greenville and Columbia Bailroad.
COLUMBIA, January 15,1870.
a? - mBBM?n ON and after WEDNES
itSW?DAY, January 19, tho fol?
lowing Sch odo. to will be run daily. Star day
excepted, connecting with Night Trahi on
South Carolina Road, np and down, and with
Night Train on Charlotto, Columbia and Au?
gusta Road going South:
Leave Columbia:. 7.00 a m
* * Alston. 8.40 a m
" Newberry. 10.10 a m
Arrive Abbeville. 8.00 pm
" Anderson. 4.20 pm
" Greenville. 5 00 pm
Leave Greenville. G.45 a m
" Andorson. 6.26 a m
1 ' Abbeville. 8 00 am
" Nowborry. 12.85 pm
" Alston. 2.10 p m
I Arrive Columbia.. 3.45 u m
Tho Train will return from Belton to Ander
: son on Monday and Friday mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH, General Sup't.
Laurens Bailroad-New Schedule.
MAIL Trains on this Road run to
ret urn same day, to connect with
up and down Traine on Greenville and Colom?
bia Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurena at 5
A. M.. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays*
and leaving Helen,; at 1.30 P. M. same days,
^?h-j? _r._fl. ROWERS Superintendent
spartan burg and Onion Bailroad.
?ffi??fflB ON and after tho 18th October,
SHK^SP*Passenger Traine will leave Spar
tanhurg C. II. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, at 7.30 a, m., and arrive at Alston at
135 p. m., connecting with Greenville down
?rain Returning Tuosdays, Thursdays and
Saturday**, leave Alston 9 30 m.; arrive Spar
tanburg 3.40 p, m., as per following Schedule.
]>mm Train. Up Train.
Miles. Arrive.Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Kpartanhurg 0 7.80 3 40
Pacolot.10 8.16 K20 2 50 2.55
Jonesville... 19 8 55 9 00 2.10 2.16
Unionville...28 9.45 10.10 12.55 1.25
Hantnc. 87 10.45 10 50 12.15 12 28
Shelton .... 48 11 40 11 45 11.20 11.25
Lylcs Ford. .52 12 05 12 10 10 65 ll CO
"?Urothor ... 56 12 30 12.85 10.30 10 85
Mston_68 1 85 0.30
Oct 14 Tilos. B. JETER. President.