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FUDIilBHSD DAILY AND TM-WEEKLY.
ETKBT WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
Office on Main Street, above Taylor.
ear nook and Job Printing of ovcry dot-crip
tiou promptly and faithfully attended to.
Inserted in tho Daily at 75 cents por squaro
for tho first and 50 cents oach subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by thc week,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Dailv, six mouths, il 00; Tri-Weekly, 'i 51 ;
Weekl'v, 1 50.
TUo Faitltful Lovers.
I'd been away from her threo years-about
And I returned to find my Mary true;
And though I'd question lier, I did not doubt
It was unnecessary so to do.
'Twas by tho chimney-corner wc were eit
"Mary," said I, "have von been always
"Frankly," says sho, just pausing in her knit?
"I don't think I've unfaithful been to you;
But for the three years past I'll tell you what
I'vo done: then say if I'vo been truo or not.
"When first youlcit, my grief was uncontrolla?
Alono I mourned my miserablo lot,
And all who saw mo thought mo inconsolable,
Till Capt. Clifford carno from Aldershot;
To llirt with him amused mo wbilo 'twas new;
I don't count that unfaithfulness. Do you?
"Tho next-obi lot mo soc-was Frankio
I met lum at my uncle's, Chriatmas-tide;
And 'neath tho mistletoe, whero lips meet
Ho gavo mo his first kiss"-and hero sho
"Wo stayed B?X wooks at uncle's-how time
I don't count that unfaithfulness. Do you?
"Lord Cecil Fossmoto, only twonty-ono,
Lent mo his horeo. Uh, how wo rodo and
Wo scoured tho down?-wo rodo to hounda -
And ol ten was his arm about my waist
That was, to lift mo up or down. But who
Would count thal unfaithfulness? Do you?
"Do you know Reggy Vere? Ah, how ho
We mot-'twas at a pic-uic. Ah, such
Ho gave mo, look, tho first of theso two rings,
When wo wore lost in Cliefden woods to?
Ah, what a happy time wo spent, wo two!
I don't count that unfaithfulness to you.
*'I've yet another ring from him. D'you secgj
That plain gold circlet that is shining here?"
I took ber hand: "Ob, Mary! Can it bo
That you"-. Quoth abo, "That I am
I don't cottnt that unfaithfulness. Do you?
"No," I replied, "7or lam married, too."
[Illustrated London Keics.
The word "full" W?B acted by a busy
postman, delivering valentines to a crowd
?who met him, and from whoso full bags
they filled pockets, baskets, brown-paper
parcels. It was made a very merry sceuo
by the boys, and all tho young friends,
who mado tho gathering crowd till tho
etago was full, and the curtain dropped
Tho whole word was tho recounting of
the banditti danger to a nervous lady,
excellently acted by Mary Drake, who
really worked herself up to a very fear?
ful state, while I told the story as well ns
her nerves allowed and tho perpetual in?
terruptions, caused by the remedies she
so constantly called for, permitted.
There were two more charades, but the
major's acting-tho force, ti e interest,
the expression he had put into his part
formed the topio of the night. Every?
body had "felt it so." That was tho
general experience; it found expression
in many words, and tho major's praises
roached him, of course. All the uuswer
ho made was, "I never acted in my life
never took part in any charade before."
"When our friends had gone, and we
were alone, standing about in tho supper
room, my brother told Major Deverel
again, that'ho had never seen such act?
ing ns iu that first charade, addiug, "I
am very glad wo lind you to do it."
"So am I," wns the brief answer. "But
to me it was not acting. For one mo?
ment I saw, reflected iu tho great glass
over your side fire-place, the whole
scene. It was, in every particular, tho
counterpart of something I had seen
before. I dure say, I looked in earnest.
I never felt moro solemnly stirred. I
never wanted all tho courngo I could
command moro at that moment, when
you all clapped and praised us. When
tho curtuiu dropped, by Jove! how glad
"Well, now, I am sure ho is mad," was
my whisper, as I refroshed myself with a
glass of wine, offered gallantly by Bertie;
but Julia seemed to think differently.
"How strange!" she exclaimed. "May
wo not know all about it? Won't you
tell us? ?bu have no idea bow real that
moment seemod. Do tell ns-tell us
"If you idease," Major Devorel said.
So we sat down, and he began.
"It is a vory strange story, aud I am
not going to try to account for it. I shall
leave you to do that, if yon chooso to
try. I shall tell facts in few words-so
here I begin. Soma years ago, I was at
Constantinople. I was with a party of
friends, aud others joined ns. Wo wore
all 'on leavo' of one sort or othor, und
ready to enjoy ourselves; aud wo all
messed together at a Freuch taveru in
tho suburb called Pera, whore wo lived,
and enjoyed ourselves greatly. Wo were
a party of niue, as neurly as I eau recol?
lect. Euglish, French, Irish and Scotch.
I was tho only Englishman, I kuow.
"One day I remarked that a very in?
telligent Scotchman was silont, and ap?
parently distressed, at our dinner; and
afterwards I was told by a French friend
of his. with whom I was walking on the
height that overlooks tho magnificent
harbor of tho Golden Horn, that tho
Scotchman hod dono a foolish thing
perhaps worse, a wrong thing, explained
tho Frcnchmau-he had been, in a spirit
Of Tab, to ask about bia future of a Turk
who practiced necromfhiey, and be had
como uway sad, silent and puzzled. It
waa said that this sorcerer, if he was one,
could show, in a sort of .vision, any mo?
ment of your future life that yon liked
to ask for. But if you fixed on a mo?
ment iu tho futuro beyond tho term of
your life, you beheld only a hideous
blauk-I say hideous, bccauso the blauk
had an effect of tho most desolating de?
scription on all who beheld it. Thero
waa only darkness aud nothingness. Thc
end of the room seemed to bo gone, and
all things gone with it; and some strong
men hnd been said to have fainted when
this revelation had been made to them.
Such revolution bad been suffered by
our Scotch frieud. He asked to see
what that momont would be on that day
two years, and had been answered by thc
awful darkness I havo mentioned. After
a day or two, I dctcrmiued to go to thc
sorcerer myself. I told my French
friend, who tried, but in vaia, to dis?
suade me. I would not listen. Ho re?
fused to go with me, so I took au Irish?
man, a general favorite, with mo. He
was called O'Neil. I don't know* why 1
went. I think I felt it would do Patter?
son, the Scotchman, good, if a few of us
wcro iu a similar predicament with him?
self. I know I bad no belief in theso
prophetic visions being true. O'Neil
and I paid our visit to tho 'wise man'
on Valentino's day. It was at night-or
rather in tho evening-in fact, just be?
fore 9 o'clock. No difficulty of any kind
was made. I put down gold-half a
sovereign-for I was going to do it as
chcaplyj as I could. Ho said, 'Doublo
that; you will require moro than oue
vision.' I said shortly that I onlA"
wanted one; and that O'Neil would bo
with mo. Ho told mo to tako back tho
gold, for to have O'Neil with mo was im?
possible. I agreed then to go by my?
self, and wo went up stairs. Tho mau
lived iu such a house as tho moro opu?
lent Turks inhabit-built round a court,
where a fountain played very lazily. I
remember that tho drip of tho water
seemed to add to the strange silence in
this man's dwelling, rather than to dis?
turb it. Every drop was heard so per?
fectly, telling of tho unnatural quiet, as
tho ticking of a clock tells of tho silent
passngo of time. We went through tho
court together, up a great marblo stair?
case, aud through a passage where thc
walls were painted, and inlaid in places
with ivory, jasper and mother-of-pearl,
in tho most tuateleas, ignorant way. Wo
got at last into a great room like a galle?
ry, perfectly dark, except for a circlo of
small lamps that burnt about two feet
from the floor in tho centre of tho room,
as nearly as I could guess. In a mo?
ment I got accustomed to tho dim light,
and thou I Baw that the 'wiso man' was
standing at tho very farthest end and
was holding out his arm to me. He had
before told me only to speak when he
spoke to mo. Presently he said to mo,
?Ask for the moment you wish to see.'
I said'This time next yoar.' I felt tho
room grow warmer. I perceived a high?
ly fragrant scent as of some sweet wood
burning; then tho end of tho room grew
brighter and brighter, something as you
may see ut suu-rise, though tho light was
less glowiug, and then, by degrees, like
a thing being revealed out of the wavy
light and the receding darkness, I saw a
distinct scene-a scene which, but for its
perfect stillness, no ono would know
from real life. Thero were two men on
tho ground; ono was dead-I had never
seen him them-tho other was myself,
apparently dying. An Indian was on
hi? knees trying to staunch the blood
that flowed from a wound which i. could
not seo. I looked at ifc steadily. I took
in every particular-moro people ap?
peared iu hazy outiiues, aud a horse
then tho minute, was over, and tie whole
was all goue. Tho man was at my side
before I kuew that ho had left tho place
where I had seou him, and he spoke;
'You wish for another?' I said, 'I don't
know-wait. Don't speak till you are
spoken to. I will ask yon again soon.
"lu this silent interval, I wondered
with myself what it was best to do. Tho
question, 'Did I die?'-or, 'Shall I die?'
I suppose I ought to say-was so strong
withiu me, that I felt it would bo best,
at all risks, to answer it. If the next
sight gave me the dismal blank, I should
kuow what I feared-if nut, I should fear
no more. It was best to know. So,
when I was asked, 'Will you seo more?'
I said, 'Yes.' 'What moment shall it
be?' Tho voice came again from tho
farthest corner. I said this time five
years. And it came."
"What came?" asked my brother.
"Why, this night-tho moment when
I held ber in with my left arm, aud
pointed my pistol at Bertie."
"Did you see Bertie?"
"I saw only myself, and a woman, just
as she WHS. I knew the cloak when you
put it on me. As I covered the lad with
my pistol, I caught the flash of tho lock
iu the lookiug-glass, and one glance gave
me tho scene complete, myself with my
pistol pointed, and your sister in my
arms. When I had soon this scone, too,
fado away, the sorcerer said, 'You will
see another?' But I auswered, 'No. I
shall carve out my life for myself in spite
of you,' aud I carno away."
"And is this night tho very night-tho
"Yes, it is. I never thought of it till
I met you to-day in the drive, and Bertie
said it was Valentino's day."
"And what of tho first sceue-did that
come to puss?"
"Yes. That very day a year, at the
same hour. 1 was stationed at Quebec.
We hud been ont ou a hunting excursion
with somo friendly Indians. A hostile
tribe know of us, aud somo of them ou
horseback carno upon us. One man was
killed, and tho flow of blood from with?
drawing an arrow with which I had been
wounded, made mo so faiut, that, till au
Indian staunched it by making a tourni?
quet with a handkerchief, I could not bo
moved. You will not wonder now at my
having betrayed my interest iu all that
to-day might bring to me, and in my
saying I would do nothing-that I would j
go VT i til tho stream. I. really Ht believe
that, in ii nb obeviug nations, some sort
of 'black art' is practiced still."
Hero this strange story ended, and wc
went to bed, und soma of us dreamt of it.
The next morning, which was bright
as tho preceding ono, I met Major Do
verol iu tho hall. It was my oilico to
make breakfast. He stood by me. The
clock struck 0.
"About this hour, yesterday, I mot
you iu tho drive, lt struck ?) when I was
making inquiries at the lodge."
There was somethiug odd in his mau
ner, I thought. I said, "My sister aud
brother aro lute this moruing."
"Tired with my long story?" bo said.
"Not very loug, but very straugo."
"Let's mnko it ns long ns wo eau," ho
said-"till death us do part?" and his
pleasant, promising eyes were upon me.
"O, Major Deverol, it is ouly twenty
four hours! A soldier's wooing-."
"I should like nothing so much in tho
world!" said a voice-not mine?. My
brother had como in, and, hearing the
last words, had answered them.
And certainly, before 12 o'clock, I had
said a sort of "Yes," but balaucod by
as many "ifs" as I craftily thought would
servo to make it "ho," whenever I
pleased. And uow, ns I think of it, I
remember that my husband did not pay
as much attention to those "ifs" as I iu
teuded. Ho afterwards even denied that
ho had heard them at nil.
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! Manufactory of Door?, Sashes, ?
J Blinds, Mouldings, &c, in tho f
[Southern States. j
Printed Pri?e. List, defies competition,
Send for one. Sent free on application.
April 8 +ly
Shaw's Cotton Seed Huller.
BRODIE: Ai CO., Agent?,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
April 3 CHARLESTON. S. C. _+ly_
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE
XO Y KM UL ii 1, 1ST0,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?5" Mort liberal Premiums offered iu every
department of Agriculture and Mechanic Arte.
Premium List published in l'a mph le'. Farm.
July 1 ?Ima
New York Advertisements.
li MIC It MOKO A N'S SON'S, lb?(j.
.211 Washington street, X. V.
fflk1^ 4 & B EST
wq^^ic^l^si i OUT
FOB eleauing Windows, without water; ro
moving Stains from Maible and Paint;
fiolishing Knives, no scratching; washing
)ishee, scrubbing Floors, Floor Cloth, Tables,
Bath Tubs, ?Vc; polishing Tin, Brass, Iron,
Copper and Steel Wares; removing Gums, Oil,
Rust and Dirt from machinery. ludispensa
bio for Hons? Cleaning, and all uses, excopt
wsHhing clothes. It costs hut a few cents,
and is sold by all good Grocery, Drug and No?
tion Store?. Wholesale bv" all dealers in
C liarlos ton._ _ April 201 ly
JA31 BS CONNER'S SONS
Type and Electrotype Foundry
Ab*. 28, 30,32 Cintre Street, Xur York:
ALABGE AsKortuti nt nt English and Ger?
man faces, both Plain and Ornament al,
kept on hand. Al! tyne catt at thia establish?
ment is manufactured from the metal known
as Conner's unequaled HARD TYPE METAL.
Every article necessary for a perfect print?
ie ofhee furnished.
The type on which Ilde paper is printed, is
from the above Foundry . Mareil ?!0 fimo
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
PATENT PORTABLE CIRCULAR
Also Stationary and Portable
Steam; E.rtgtrtest, &c
No. 5 Schroeder Street, /
&}~Scn(l for Catalogues and Price-Lists.
Old Java Coffee.
MATH Old Government JAVA COFFEE,
for sale at reduced prices, E. HOPE
O iLarl?ston ??3LC
PREPARED DY WALKER, EVANS A
WU take great pleasure in offering the
OLDCA BOLINA BITTERS to thu pub?
lic. They sro compounded willi great caro,
MINING & MANI
Factory East end Hasel street. Mines on ?
For 6ale by
Aug 1 ly W. C. DDK
A. C. KAUFMAN, j
Banker and Broker,
No. 25 Broad streret. Charlesion. S. C. \
SOUTHERN STOCKS, DONDS, COUPONS
and Uncurrent Bank Notes bought and
ciold on commission.
Also, Gold and Silver Coin.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Prices current issued weekly "and forwarded
gratuitously on application as above.
New York Correspondents-Messrs. Howes
Si Macy, Henry Clews A Co., Luther Kountzo,
and J."M. Weith Sc Arente.
~ M?SES"GOLDSMITH & SON,
Nos. 10,12,11 Vendue Bange, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of
Hideo, Wool, Skins, Furs, Ac. Have con?
stantly on hand a large assortment of Hieles
am! Skins. Tanners will do well to call upon
us beioro purchasing.
MOSES aoLnsairrn. Aim ARAM A. OOLPSMITH.
~ HENRY BISCHOFF" &~G0.,
WHOLESALE G E O C E Ji S
/fcii??j AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Se
j pars. Tobacco, ic, l'.)7 East Dav,
S?BSBS.Charleston, S. C. H. BISCHOFF,"
Ang l ly_J. ll. PIEPER.
D.F. FZ.EMI?G Sc Co.
Wholesale Dealers iu
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 Hayne street, corner
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAM'L A. NELSON,
AUK 1 ly JAME3 M. WILSON.
Mills House, Charleston, S. C.
TniS ologant and commodious HOUSE hav- j
ing been renovated anel newly furnished i
throughout, is second to nono in tho South.
Nov 13 J. PARKER. Proprietor. I
The Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosp
HAVING completed their extensive Manut
Fertilizers, no other kinds being availabl
Tliia Company, nuder tho direction entirely c
duccmcnts which will recommend it to Sont
largest and most complete in tho United Stat
abundant supply of tho proper solvent for thep
aro near bv. From these Phosphates they pi
in solublo Phosphate than those made from rai
quantity of Snpcr-Thospliate of Lime found in 1
sale, tho rates at which wc ofter them being no
tilizers, while the Manures contain twice as mi
choaper to thc consumer. They arc offered on
that tho material In each will correspond to tlie
ETIWAN, No. 1.-Soluble Phosphate, contain
Puro Soluble Phosphate of Lime, and furnished
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Super-Phosphate
Soluble Phosphate, and two to foui' per cent, of
proveel acceptances, bearing interest, or such o
agents. Orders to bc forwarded immediately t<
anil after 1st January next.
G. O. MKMMINOER," President.
j&IT The Fertilizers of this Company will be b
A Userul Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPERS who do their own cock?
ing with Kerosene or Gas Stoves, have
heretofore felt tho want of a perfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER,
Attached to their Stoves, will bake Broad. Bis?
cuit, Pies, Ac, and roast Poultry, Beef, Pota?
toes, Sec., to perfection. A fu'l supply of
Kerosene and Oas Stoves, of the best kinds,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
salo, at wholesale and retail, bv
J. B. DUVAL & KOKS,
Charleston, S. C., Agents for Patentees.
'''Eas on Iron Works,''
CHARLESTON, S. C.
, STEAM ENGINES,Machinery
fTra.iKffl J. M. EA SON S: BI30.
??.*3s? Aug 1 . ly
Moses Goldsmith & Son,
Nos. 1, G II ?id 8, Vendn? Bange, Charles!on,S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in Iron, Metals,
Hags, and all kinds of Paper Stock
Highest cash prices paid for the above.
MOS KS OOLOKMITIT. AlillAHAM A. OOLDKMIT?,
J. THUS. KKK lt; HERMANN BfLWl.VKLE
T. J. KERR &G0.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, > ' .
WILL attend to tho sales of all kimi? OJ
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
De alers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fertilizers. Aug l iv
Charleston Dental Depot
'275 KING STREET.
/^j_OLD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Minna
Teeth, Steel Goods, anil every article used bj
tho Dentist. Aug 1 ly
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
STATIONERS and Printers, and dealers in
Printers' Materials, Broad ?tre et, Charles?
ton, S. C. Aug 1 ly
COGSWELL, ADVERTISING AGENTS.
un d contain some of tho beat Tonic? in Pharma
copia. AB cvidenco of tho superiority of our
Bitters over all others, wo have certificates
from many of tho leading Physicians in out
State, who have prescribed " them in their
THE OLD CAROLINA HITTERS
will bo found invaluable for WANT OF APTE
TITE, GENERAL DEBILITY, CHILLS and
FEVER, DYSPEPSIA. Wo do not offer our
Bitters an i cu?? ?er ?ll disease?, but as an
Aromatic Tonic, tncy have no equal.
For ?ale by Druggists and Grocers every?
where. Principal Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.,
Importers of Choice Drugs and Chemical?.
Charleston, S. C.
For sale in Columbia, wholesale and retai
by H. SOLOMON.
ST T> O
TON, S. C.
Y RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND A DEARDEN, Columbia.
ES & CO., General Agents, Charleston, S. C.
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings on the St. John's Diver.
THE elegant and first class
Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. W.
_|T. McNelty, will leave Charleston,
S. C., for above places, every TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Tho elegant and first class Steamer CITY
POINT, Capt. Georgo E. McMillan, will leave
Charleston every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
o'clock, for abovo places.
Through Tickets to bo had at railroad of?
No extra charge for Meals and State Rooms.
For freight or passage, applv to
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
South Atlantic Wharf. Charleston. S. C.
HENRY COBIA & CO.,
1G Vendue Bange,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
Aug 1 Iv
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and Dealers
Musical Instruments. Strings,
Ac, Ac. Agents of Steinway &
Sou's and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, earhart A
Needham's Mclodeons, Tilton's PatentGuitar.
191 King Street, Charleston, 8. C.
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, C. L. McCLENAHAN, Charles
tou. H. C._Aug l iv
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Bay Street,
HAVE for salo tho choicest brands of Pure
Havana Segara. Also, good domestic
Sogars, at low prices.
ALFRED A. DARBOT, Agent,
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
hate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
actory, arc now prepared to furniah Soluble
0 to plantera for immediate returns for their
if Southern mtn of high character, offers in
ihern plantera. Their works aro among tho
ca, and enable them to preparo at home an
south Carolina native Bone Phosphates which
ro?oso to manufacture a Fertilizer even richer
v bones, anet containing more than twice thc
he best average Manures heretofore offered for
higher than the average price of other Fer
ich fertilizing material; they are in fact much
tho market in two forms, with a guarantee
ining from eighteen to twenty-five per emit? of
1 at sixty dollars per ton.
, containing from sixteen to twenty per cent, of
Ammonia, al-seventy dollars per ton; for an?
ther security as may ho acceptable to tho sub
> tho Agents, and delivery made aa directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents.
randed ETI WAN, No. 1, and ETI WAN, No. 2
Agents for Eaton's Premium Trenton Crackers.
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
/?3iE& 207 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
tl?HHnf Agents for P. Ballantine A Sons'
WM. II. CHAFEE." THOS. S. O'BRIEN.
E. ii. STODDARD. CALED FRONEBEROER.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS in
Boots. Shoes and Trunks, at
_ Manufacturers' prices, lt!5 Meet
iug street, nearly opnoeite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C._ Aug 1 Iv
EDWIN BA TES & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
O T_i O T 331 X 1ST Gr ,
122 and 121 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. KELMAN,
Aug Hy TnOS. IL MeGAHAN.
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
^?'?"?^?j^ DEALER hi Hardware, Cutlery,
__*5?j8?y Gnus, Agricultural Implements,
Fflyffi^ffiffit'fr Ac.. 249 King street., Charleston,
s.e. An assortment of House-keeping Hard
ward mi band. Aug 1 Iv
Show Cases ! Show Oases !
W. H. CORIE'S LATEST PATENT.
At New York Bates,
Constantly on hand and made! to order.
rOYSl TRIMMINGS ! ! FANCY GOODS ill!
#??> MUSICAL Instruments, Stationery,
jflMgtBaso Balls, Fire-works, Ac. Stamping,
fgjBBEmbroiderv and Braiding neatly cxe
^S^cuted. from latest designs, at
*'M. MCLEAN'S. -BI3 King St.,
Aug Charleston, S. C.
Tobacco ! Tobacco !'.
fjrt\ BOXES COMMON. TOBACCO, ht lo?
I 1/ figur?e.
30 boxes Buir Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Bock City Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxen Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxea Boao Bud Chewing Tobacco.
.7?ly '20 JOHN C. SEEGEBS.
Exchange House Bar and Restaurant.
OPEN at all hourn-where you can alwayB
lind the bent ot WINES, ALES, LIQUORS,
ClOABS, .Vc. Fresh Lager Beer un ice.
To the Traveling Fublic.
IF you want a Eine, Large, Airy LOOM,
Slop at thc EXCHANGE HOUSE, on Main
street, where you can get a good Meal at the
regular linn-, lt you are busy and not there
at Meal times, you can order it when you
come, without extra charge.
HATES, per day,.".. .?2.5?
per week, less.
Stables on th? premie ts.
PAYS1NGER A FRANKLIN,
May H Proprietors.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
ON and after WEDNES
?DAY, January 19, tho fol?
lowing Schedule will bu run daily, Surday
excepted, connecting with Night Train on
South Carolina Road, up and down, and willi
Night Train on Charlotte, Colombia and Au?
gusta Road going South:
Leave Columbia. 7.00 a m
" Alston. 8.40 a ni
" Nowberry.-10.10 am
Arrive Abbeville. 3.00 p ni
Anderson. 4.20 p ni
Greenville. 5.00 pm
Leave Greenville. 5.45 a ni
** Anderson. G.25 a m
Abboville. 8.00 a ni
11 Newberry. 12.35 pm
M Alston. 2.10 p m
Arrive Columbia. 3.45 p m
Tho Train will return from Belton to Andor
son on Monday and Friday mornings._
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
"MUfcri Leave Anderson.4.20 P. M.
.? Perry ville.0.00 "
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leave Walhalla.3.30 A. M.
.? Pendleton.5.10 '?
Arrive at Anderson.G.10 "
Waiting at Andereon one hour for tho arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Boad.
March 4_ _W. H. p. PAILLARD. Sup,
The North and South United,
fTST jtw?i RS33IS?9 BY tho grcat Mctropoli
HH!gficnff? tan Through Passenger
Route. Sec that your Tickets aro good via
Petersburg, Weldon, Raleigh and Charlotte.
NORTH CAROLINA It, R. TIME TABLE.
Traina East. Trains West.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 4.15 p m 10.00 a m
Saliabury .G.14 p m 0.19 p m 7.37 a m 7.513 a ni
Grccnah'o.s.57 p m i).02 p m 5.00 a m 5.14 a m
Haleigh.. .1.110 a m 1.45 a ni 12.00 m n 1.C0 a m
Goldaboro.5.30 a m 8.30 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotte daily, at 3.40 a. m., and arrives at
12.25 p. m._ALBEBT JOHNSON, Sup.
I Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
UNION VILLE, J UNE 21, 1870.
ON and after MONDAY, the 27th instant,
there will bc daily passenger trains on
On Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
Saturdays tho down trains will leave Spartan?
burg Court Uoiifco at 5.SO a. m., and arrive at
'liston at ll.CO a. ni; returning leave Alston
at 12.00 m., and reach Spartanburg Court
Ho'* :e at 5.30 p. m. On Tuesdays the down
tn.; ..s will leavo Spartanburg Court House at
7.a0 a. m., and arrive at Alston at 1.00 p. m.;
returning leavo Alston at 2.15 p. m., and reach
Spartanburg Court House at 7.00 p.m. Ou
Thursdays the down trains will leave Spartan?
burg Court House at 3 45 a. m., and arrive at
Alston at 8.35 a. m.; returning leavo Alston
at 0.30 a.m., and reach Spartanburg Court
House at 2.40 p. m.
June 23 THOS. B. JETER. President.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R.
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 23,1809.
TnE following is the Passenger Schedule
over this Bead:
Leave Augusta, at. 4.00 a. m.
V Columbia, S. C., at. 9.40 a.m.
.* Winusboro, at--- - - -- - -ll.40 a. ni.
'* Chester, at.L40 p. m.
An ive at Charlotte. N. C. 4.20 p. m.
Leave Charlotte, N. C.,at. 10.30 a. m.
" Chester, at.1.25 p. m.
" Winneboro, at - --.- 2.57 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 point? South and West.
Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through. Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
j>S~ Passengers by this route ooiKU NORTU
have choice of THREE DIFFERENT ROUTES.
Leavo Columbia. G. 15 p. ir.
Arrrive at Augusta. 3.80 a.m.
Leave Augusta. 4.15 p. m.
Arrivo at Columbia. 1.30 a.m.
C. BOUKNIGIIT, Superintendent.
E. R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
Sonth Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAY 13,1870.
FS?MA MTnnsaseSuir ON anet after Sun
ffijlStll^Fw/clay, lfith May, tho
Passenger Trains upon tho South Carolina
Railroad will rnn tho following schedule:
Leave Columbia. .7.45 a m
Arrive at Charleston. 3.30 p m
Leave Cha)leeton.8.30 a ni
?irive at Columbia.1.10 p m
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
Leave Augusta._.8.00 a tu
Arrive at Columbia...'.4.10p ni
SIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN ISFFDAYS EXCEPTED).
Leave Columbia.7.60 p m
Arrive at Charleston.G.15 a ni
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 a m
Leave Charleston.7.30 pm
Leave Augusta.0.00 p m
Arrive at Columbia.COO a ni
Camden ami Columbia Passenger Trains
will i nn Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
and between Camden and Kingvillc daily.
Leave Camden... .6.85? m
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 a m
Leave Columbia.1.00 p m
Arrive at Camden.5.40 p m
IL T. PEAKE, Gen'l Snp't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
GENERAL SI PERINTENDENT SOPFICF,
CoU'MlUA, S. C., May 21, 1S70.
ON SUNDAY next, the 2Mb instant, end
until further notice, this Company will
rnn a Sunday train for Passengers between
Columbia ami Helena, stopping at all stations,
Leave Columbia al.7.00 a ni
Arrive at Helena.10.40 a ni
Leave Helena at. 3.20 p ni
Arrive at Columbia.7.00 p m
May 25 JOHN IL MORE, Gen'l Snp't.