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- , EVEB? WEDNESDAY UORIflHO.
?Y JUUIAN A. SELBY,
Eurroii ?MD ?BOPBUTOB.
Office on Main Street, above Taylor.
03-Book and fob Printing of every descrip?
tion promptly and faithfully attended to.
Inserted in tho Daily ht 75 cents per squaro
for the first and 50 cents eaoh subs?quent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by the week,
m?pth or year, at reasonable rates.
Daily, six months, *4 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 50;
Weekly, 1 ?0.
lico'a Irnet Worrtrt
Ju?t before ho died, General Lee "ordered
bis tent to be struck, and desired that
General Hill ehottld bo Bent for."
EY MELVIN M. COHEN.
Ere death had G truck tho Hero's tent,
He called for mortal aid on Hill,
Bat Hoav'n before, had seraphs sent,
Her holier mission to fulfill.
With flaming swords tho bannered host
Their bivouac made around his bcd,
To guard from that commanding post
The warrior's spirit ero it fled.
And soon, the struggle ending, earth
GMT? up the soul for which eho'd striven;
And never was snob, spotless worth,
By seraph's hands upborne to Heareu.
\New Orleans Times.
SMITH'S GOOD LUCK.
I was always a lucky fellow, and tho
most fortunate thing that ever hap?
pened to me was being born a Smith.
Three years ago I had just been jilted,
and was ont of money. That doesn't
sound very lucky ; but it was the prelude
to the best of luck. I ooncluded to go
into the country, down at Plymouth, to
my uuole'o house-partially that the
murmurs of the sea might soothe my in?
ward perturbation, partly to save a
month's board. I stepped on board the
early down train. It was full of silly 6
o'olook passengers, mostly men. The
sun was shining on the water, but the
fog was hugging the banks, and dinging
to the burnished surface of the tide. I
Buppose a poet could have made some?
thing pretty out of the sight, but I only
wrapped myself closer in my overcoat,
and looked at it sulkily. After a while I
got listening to two men who sat behind
"A pretty girl with a fortune isn't al?
ways to be had for the asking."
"Oh, but the girl isn't asked, I take it.
It's all arranged by her aunts, and who'll
acquiesce. She's sliining pretty, but a
mere child-not sixteen, I believe. They
had another fellow booked for her, bat
he died down in New Orleans of the
yellow fever last fall."
"And she's never seen this Smith."
"No, nor they neither. The aunts
plotted with Mr. Dunbar, the guardian,
and he picked Smith up for them, open?
ed,a correspondence, and got Bose to
write a letter or two. Smith professes
to be in love with her letters, and her
picture; but of course it's her money
$-10,000 if she marries beforo she's seven?
"If the girl amounts to anything, it's
a deuced shame."
"She does amount to something. She
has the making of a splendid woman in
her; but nobody knows it, or cares.
They were bent only on saving the
money for her. If she forfeits it, it
goes to some pet charity of her crazy old
grand-father's. He was always an old
tyrant, and as eccentric as the deuce."
"You know Smith?"
"Only by sight, but I know a chum of
his-Burton-and got the story, with a
copy of a letter of the girl's. I've seen
her many a time down on the shore,
always with her dragon aunts."
"Where's the letter?"
"I've got it here in my wallet. Now,
you know the right sort of a man
wouldn't have his girl's lotter hawked
about among his associates. He let
Burton take this copy, and Burton
gave it to me. Let me see-this is it.
" 'Dear.Mr. Smith: My aunts wish mo
to reply to your kind letter. I do not
know what to say. I am not accus?
tomed to writing to gentlemen; but I
must tell you that l^was sorry to have
aunty Sophy send you that picture of
me; I am not near so pretty; it flatters
mo very muoh. You are so handsome
that you will want a beautiful wife; so I
don't think you ought to be deceived. I
don't want tc bc married; but my aunts
Bay I must on account of the money; and
perhaps it may turn out right. I am
very lonely here. I would like to live in
a large city, and aunt Sophy says you
would do everything to please me.
" 'Have you any sisters? Will your
mother like me? I always wanted sis?
ters and a mother of my own. I don't
know what else to tell you, except that
if you love mo, I will do whatever you
want me to. Very truly yours,
" ?ROSE ROGERS.'"
There were comments upoD, and a
laughing discussion of the letter, which
was certainly very unique. But aa we
rattled along there was a bump, a shock,
the cars stood still, and everybody was
"We are off the track; bo patient a
little while," said the conductor, passing
But in consequence of this little acci?
dent, it was 2 o'clock before wo got
down to Plymouth. As wo swarmed out
upon the platform, I noticed a very palo
young man, far unlike myself in looks, I
emerge from the foremost car-his coat
sleeve torn out, and a violent purple
bruise on his forehead.
"If that should be the ?lover, Smith,
now," said I to myself, "what a plight
he is in I"
Ho seemed very muoh out of humor,
and beckoning angrily to a hackman,
jumped into a carriage, and desired to
bo taken to tho best hotel. After that, I
saw several other persons more or less
disordered and bruised by the railroad
i . ?"pTii;irnriiiiii III Mill i p
I was leaving rftie: a?pol,: "\5?ien a co?
lored coachman bowed before me. / .
. ?Beg pardon,., sir, .Mr. Smith?*,*^
"Carriage in waiting. ;Step this way,
sir, if yqa pleasef slr.ff u '
I followed him, wondering if indeed
my uuolo 1 had sent np a oarriage. It
used to be my aunt's pet hobby-a
barpuohe, with the old English coat-of
arms, which had, indeed, belonged to
us, but had been in disuse since the im?
poverishment of Raleigh Smith, of Eng?
land. I wasn't quite sure what they
were, but believed that it was n sword
and a helmet upon a piece of parch?
ment, but it is proved to bo a pen and a
sword against a palette, which was very
appropriate, as thore had been scholars,
artists and military men among our
"All well?" I asked, good humorodly.
"All well," answered Sambo, with a
grin, shutting tho door. Then ho look?
ed hack to say, with another grin:
"Ladies very gay this morniu'."
If my stately aunt and cousin wero
gay, it was certainly worth remarking;
so I laughed a little, and Sambo chuckled
again and jumped upon his seat. Wo
rattled through tho streets, under an
arch, up an avenue. Things begau to
?col* c i *" go
"Where are we?" I asked, os Sambo
opened the carriage door. "Do they
"Yes, Bir. Hero's Mr. Dunbar, sir."
At the same moment, an elderly gen?
tleman rushed out in the terraoe to meet
"Why, Smith, you are wonderfully
late," he exclaimed, shaking hands with
"The cars ran off the track," answered
I; and before I could say anything else
be bustled me into the bouse.
"Everything ready. Hurry with your
toilet and come down. Pity you trimmed
your whiskers so close; it alters your ap?
pearance very much. Robort, help Mr.
Smith dress. Right in here, Smith.
Hurry now-the ladies aro waiting."
I found myself in a luxurious dress?
ing-room, and a mulatto was respectful?
ly in attendance. I Bat down and looked
"Robert, sir. Will you be so kind as
to burry, sir? They are waiting for
I gave him tho key to my portmanteau
and resigned myself to my fate, whatso?
ever it might bo. But things were very
"Where is my unole?" asked I, as Ro?
bert dexterously arranged my garnet
"Your uncle? Ob, yes, sir," with a
bad attempt at not smiling, "he's with
tho ladies, sir."
"How long havo they lived here?"
"Don't know, sir. I've only been here
a day or two. There, sir; do you want
No; I was arrayed in my best ap pu roi,
and looked well, though my whiskers,
instead of being trimmed, were of early
growth, and had nover been of any
length. I was met at the foot of the
stairs by the irrepressible Mr. Dunbar.
"It's all fixed," Baid be. "You'll bo
married nt once. I bad different ar?
rangements made. I was going to give
you and Rose a chance to get a little ac?
quainted; but that railroad delay spoiled
that. The Rev. Mr. Lawson is here.
Come right along. A stiff upper lip,
He led mo into a long reception room.
Some ladies shook bands with me. A
tiny, golden-haired creature was put at
my side. The clergyman married us.
Then there was a clatter of congratula?
tions. One woman with a horriblo scar?
let head-dress, pat her band on my arm
and drew mo aside.
"What arrangement have you made for
tho trip?" asked she.
"None," I answered, truthfully.
"But you are going to New York for a
week or two?"
I thought New York was as good a
placo to go as any, if I was expected to
go somewhere, and answered "yes."
"Aunt Sophy." said a little trembliog
voico at our elbows, "what must I do
"Run up stairs and put on your travel?
ing dress, ohild. Your Aunt Margaret
will assist you."
It was my wife. She never looked at
me, but ran away again. Refreshments
were circulating. I tried very hard not
to go crazy. At last Dunbar come to me
"All ready, Smith. Carriage is wait?
ing; you'll catch the cvO??L?g t??lu with
They hustled mo out again, kissed
Roso, and Bhook hands with me, and wo
two alone wero driving pell-mell to the
depot. I bought tickets for New York,
gave five dollars, and we were off.
Well, we got into New York at midnight.
I took a carriage to the St. Nicholas,
took rooms, locked tho doors, and told
my wife all about it.
She looked at me awhile with her great
blue eyes, and then said, innocently:
Well, I don't know as it makes any
After all, what difference did it make?
The disheveled young mau with the
bumped forehead provod to be the ex?
pected Smith, but ho didn't arrive until
half an hour after our departure. Dun?
bar carno after us, raving, but thero was
nothing to bo done.
Rose was satisfied, tho other man
wasn't; but I imagino ho was a fellow of
"The Carolina House."
rpRTR IIOUHE has always enjoyed tho repu
.L tation of being the best placo in the city
for obtaining tho coolest ann mont delicious
mixed drinks. The new brand of Wbiskoy,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something ont of tho
ordinary run. Call and Fee me, on Washing?
ton street. RICHARD BARBY,
Flour I Flour 1! Flour!!!
OrvrV BARRELS FLOUR, consisting in
Ovv part of Choico Family Flour, "'the
best in the world;" also, Extra and Super Flour,
at very lotcest market prices for cash, tor sale
by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
tfw ? Largost ami most completo] -&7ft
jB3" j Manufactory of Doora, Saalies, I "?a
SS- ? Blinda, Mouldings, Ac, in tho j "?ft
SfS- [Southern States. J "lift
Printed Price List defies competition.
Bond for ono. Sont freo on application.
Kinsman &? Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston, S. C.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM,
Baltimore & Charleston Steamship Co.,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
CnAr.LESTON, S. C.
WILL attend to tho Salo and Purchase of |
Cotton, Bice, Bagging, Rope, Cotton
TiQB, otc._Sept 27 tuf IG
T. T. nnoniE. ii. it. ncDGiNs. a. c. UUBGINS.
BRODIE & GO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LIBERAL advances niadoon Consignments.
Rofor to ANDREW SIMONDS, Esq., Presi?
dent 1st National Bank, Charlaston, S. C.
Aug 21 8 mo
New York Advertisements.
ES TAIL Kt?OCH MORGAN'S SONS' 1890.
SA PO LIO
Is BETTER and CHEAPER than Soap.
DOOB its work quickly, easily, and with lees
labor than any other compound; cleans tem
doics without water; removes stains from
?cood, marble andstotie; cleans and brightens
knives and table ware; for general house
cleaning is unequalled; polishes tin, brass,
iron, copper and steel; removes oil, rust and
dirt from macliinery; removes etaine lrom the
hand which soap will not takeoff, Ac. Soldat
all Groccrv, Drug and Notion Stores.
Wholesale J 221 Washington street, N. Y.
Wholesale, j .?Q 0xrord stieot, London.
Ang 10 f7mo
MURRELL & TANNAHILL,
0 O M MISSION MER C HA NI S,
No. 130 PEARL STIIEET, NEW YonK.
Cash Advances made on Shipments.
ROBT. MURRELL. ROBT. TANNAHILL.
Oct 5 lm
cfc? Tt A IIJEY,
Booksellers and Stationers,
2G2 Rainmore Streu, Baltimore,
HAYE tho largest and best assorted stock in
tho city of School. Medical and Law, aud
Dental, Classical and Miscellaneous BOOKS.
An immense supply ol general Bank aud
Countiug-Houso STATIONERY. Blank Booka
mado to order in any stylo of Binding and
Tho samo careful attention Riven to Orders
as to personal purchases. Inside Figures al?
ways. Send for Catalogues, Ac. Sept 24 3mo
THAT Valuable Tract ol LAND, lying
q*fijgon the Barhamvillo Road am! the Char
25SlottO Railroad, about 14 miles from thc
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
moro or lea?, and having on it a beautiful sito
for a country rosidenco, a most excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or six hands; it is about two-thirds cleared
and is most admirably situated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween tho two branches which torms tho
stream .Rowing through Dr. Parker's placo,
and composed partly of tho carno soil on
which Dr. Parker raisod over 200 bushols of |
cora Jo thc aero, roaaoasioii givon 1st Janua?
ry next. For further particulars, applv at this
office, or to L. It. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 3mo Orangebnrg, S. C.
Trade and Public generally
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, HAT
MAIN ST ll E ET,
COLi'MBIA HOTEL UUILDINU.
HAYING determined to reduce my present
spring and sommer stock of BOOTS.
SHOES, HATS, Ac, which is very largo and
complete, in order to inako arrangements for
tho fall trade, I offor all goods in my lino at
COST for thonoxt thirty days;atwhic 'imo
stock will be taken. This ie a rare opportu?
nity, especially for tho trade and consumers,
to securo groat bargaiD ?, and I would most
respectfully solicit a caU. A. SMYTHE.
Juno 28 _
Onns and Ammunition.
JCST receivod by William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fine Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
lind. One door North of Messrs. Scott, WU
tiams A Co.'a Banking House. Deo 16
i Mackerel t Mackerel M
if?HOICE NEW MACKEREL, in Barr?le, in
\J Half B?rrela, in Quarter Barrels, in Kite,
?nd also at retail, j uti tr eccl ved and for sale by
8eptl3 J. &'T. R. AGNEW.
1 rt ? ?. i P .? '. ~
' _ OON8I8TINQ in part of HUBS,
rgflCBA'Spokos, Felloes, Shafts, Wheels,
cWeSZSp*?0^?- Volta- MalleRblo Castings,
W W -Fifth Wheels, Bauds, Enamollod
Loather, Daeh Leather, Patent and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Carpet, Lining Nails. Springs,
Axles, Fire and other Iron, Dash Frames,
Paints, Oils, Carrirgo Varnishes, Ac, Ac
Our stock of these goods id second to nono in
Columbia, and thoso dosiring to purchase,
will save money by calling on
Sept ll _ _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
JUST received, a eupplv of fresh CRACK?
ERS, BISCUITS, Ac/consisting ot
Formale by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
il CHEAP CASH DRUG STORE.
E. H. EE?HITSH,
WHOLESALE ANJO. RETAIL DR VG GIS T.
I SUCCESSOR TO FISHER & ' JIEIMTMI,
At tbo Old Established Stand, opposito thc
Pheonix Office. .
. I'. HAYING made new and advantageous
Tri BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS, tuc
Oj?? subscriber will bo enabled to offor very
great inducements to buyers. Goods well
bought aro well Bold, and by energy and faith,
economy and cash, large dividends will be
distributed to every purchaser, in the choap
ncBS of tho articles sold. "A new ora" has
beguu, and all shall share in its advantages
hylmying thoir DRUGS and MEDICINES at
this well known and reliable Drug House.
Turo White Keroseno Oil,
Fresh Congress Water,
CaBtor Oil, Alcohol.
Sup. Cnrb Soda,
For Balo low, by Epsom Salts
Aug 27 E. n. HEINITSH, Di nugint.
Removal ol Dental Office.
M|? DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
?SSWof?co to Mr. G. Diorcks* now building,
on Main street, over tho Messrs. Tortor A
Co.'? Dry Goods' Store, where he offers his
professional services lo his former patrons
and tho public. Juno 28
FAST FREIGHT LINE
Baltimore, Philadelphia and Boston.
THE fine steamships FALCON, SEA GULL and MARYLAND, of tho
Baltimore and Charloston Lino, forming a part of tho GREAT
SOUTHERN FREIGHT LINE,
TTI-A. 0BCAHLESTO3ST. S. CJ
Time as good and Freighls as lore as the published roles of any other
line. Connecting with the Baltimoro and Ohio Railroad, for tho
- great West: tho Northern Central, for Harrisburg, Pa., and interior
points; tho W. P. and B. R. R., for Philadelphia; Boston by first-class steamships, and with
tho South Carolina Railroad, and connecting roads, ISSUING THROUGH HILLS LADINO
to and from Columbia, Greenville, all stations on tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad;
Ashville, Flat Rock, Charlotte, N. C.
MORDECAI ?Si CO., j PAUL C. T RF. NH OLM ?Si MORDECAI & CO.,
No. 45 South Gay street, Baltimoro. | Sept 27 tuf 16 Agenst Charleston, S. C.
THIS DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPANY
Havo now ready and for sale,
Wheat, Oats, Grasses and all Fall Crops,
OFFICE: No. 4 WARREN BLOCK, AUGUSTA, GA.
SEXD FOR CIRCULARS.
JAMES T. GARDINER, President.
Oct 21 Imo
E. P. ALEXANDER, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
The Largest and Choicest Stock
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE
HOUSE - FURNISHING GOODS
SOUTH OF RAL TIMO RE.
THE subscriber ia now receiving his FALL and WINTER SUPPLY of the
above,direct from the manufacturers, and oilers them t? conanmors at NEW
A full line of CHOICE KEROSENE GOODS.
-X7ST. IQ. STANLEY.
H JA. H. X> -VST ARE.
HART & CO.,
WHOLESALE, NO. 39 HA Y NE S THE ET,
RETAIL, CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Agents for Fairbanks' Standard Scales
BURDICK'S NATIONAL HAY CUTTER.
Sept 15 3m
"E have recently made large adddition to mir stock of HARDWARE, at lens prices than
have neon had since tho war. All our o'.d stock AT COST AND LESS THAN COST.
New Goods at Reduced Prices:
Masons' Tools and Farming Im?
Trimming Material and Houso
AT LOW ^
Winos and Liquors, of every
grade-an immense etock.
Chowing and Smoking To?
Sugar, Coffee, Ac,
Our friends who favor us with their orders for BAGGING and TIES, will always find us at
tho bottom of the market in these and all other Goods. TERMS CASH.
Sept 25 Smo
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
OIT?ZENS' SAVINGS; BANK
.... .. or.. ..
.I . fi 11 t t t ' ''
Deposits of $1 and Upw?fdB Received,
INTEREST ALLOWED AT THE MATE Ol
SEVEN PER GENT. JP ICU ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. CO 31
POUND ED EVERY SIX
MONTHS ON ACCO UNTS.
Wm. Martin, Prouident.
A. O. Brenizer. Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. McMastcr, Columbia
A. 0. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
E. H. Ueinituh, Columbia..
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. O. Maves, Newbeiry.
B. H. Rutledge-, Charleston.
Daniel Raven- i. Jr.. Charleston.
Mochauics, Labours, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others mn hero deposit their sav?
ings and draw a libera* rate of interest Ibero
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they requiro them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to cot apart email
sums for their childreu, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal repr?sentatives,) wishing to lay
asido funds for future use. are hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the samo time, bo subject to withdrawal when
needed. Aug 18
Bolted Corn Meal.
BARRELS, in fine order, for eale bv
Rento EDWARD HOP?.
Winter Schedule Spartanburg and
$M?r^<^>r^?rm^aSr?> instant, tho Passenger
Trains will go down on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Spartanburg
Court House, at 7.20 A. M., and arriving at
Alston 1.35 P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, THUR8DAY8
and SATURDAY8, will leave Alston at 9.60 A.
M., and arrive at Spartanburg at 8.40 P. M.
_THOMAS B. JETER, President.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Leave Andorson.4.20 P. H.
" Pendleton.5.20 "
" Perryville.0.00 "
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leave Walhalla.5.00 A. M.
" Pendleton.6.30 .?
Arrivo at Anderson.7.2o "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 31_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., July 25,1870.
ON and after MON
_??DAY, AuguBt 1, the fol?
lowing Schedule will be run daily, SUB days
excepted, connecting with Night Trains on
South Carolina Road, up and down, aleo with
Trains going South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:
UP-Leave Columbia. 8.15 a m
" Alston. 9.88 a m
" Newberry..:. 11.03 am
Arrivo Abbeville. 3.00 p m
" Anderson. 4.30 p m
?. Greenville. 5.00 pm
DOWN -Leave Greenville. 7.00 a m
" Andorson. 7.30 am
" AbbeviUe. 9.00 a m
" Newberry.12.47 pm
" Alston. 2.30 pm
Arrive Columbia. 3.45 p m
Up-Leave Columbia.8.00 a m
" Alston. 9.30 a m
** Frog .Lovel.10.40 am
Nowberry.11.05 a m
Arrive at Helena at.11.15 a m
Down-Leave Helena. 2.45 pm
" Newberry. .. 2.55 pm
" Frog Level.8.15 p m
Alston.4.15 p m
Arrivo at Columbia. 6.t0pm
July 28 JOHN II. MORE, Gen'l 8nprt.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. R.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1.1870.
LI?IIH^SSK ON and after THIS DAY,
gBKlffilMC-JBH! ' Passenger trains over
this Road will run as follows :
O OING SOUTH.
Leave Charlotte, N.C., at.8.20 a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 3.45 p.m.
Arrivo Augusta, at - - --.... 8.50 p. m.
Leave Augusta, at. COO a. m.
" Columbia, R. C., at.11.45 a.m.
Arrive Charlotte, N. C. at.6.30 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
Leavo Columbia.10.10 p. m
Arrrivo at Augusta. 7.00 a. ni,
Leavo Augusta.6.30 p.m.
Arrivo at Columbia.4.15 a.m.
Close connections made ria Greensboro and
Richmond and Acquia Creek, and via Raleigh
Weldon and Bay Line. Through Tickets sold
and baggage checked to all points North,
South, and West.
Sept 1 C. ROUKNIGHT, Superintendent.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., MAY 13, 1870.
ON and after Sun?
day, 15th May, the
Passenger Trains upon the South Carolina
Railroad will run the following echedule:
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrivo at Charleston.3.30 p m
Leavo Charleston.8.80 am
2 n ive at Columbia.4.10 p m
Leave Columbia. .7.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
Leavo Augusta.8.00 a m
Arrivo at Columbia.4.10p m
NIOUT EXrilFSS THAIN ?SUFDAYS EXCF.ITED).
Leave Columbia.7 50 p m
Arrivo at Charleston.6.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 a m
Leavo Charleston.7.80 pm
Leave Augusta.6.00 p m
Arrive at Columbia.G.OO a m
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains
will run Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
and between Camden and Ringville daily.
Leave Camden.6.35a m
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 a m
Leavo Columbia.1.00 p m
Arrive- at Camden.5.40 p m
Ohango of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO ,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., August 29, 1870.
-J ON and after THURS?
DAY, September 1, 1870,
trains will bo run ovor this Road in accordance
with tho following time-table:
Trains East. Trains Weat.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 7.00 p m 7.40 a m
Salisbury.9.31 p m 9.89 p m 5.00 a m 5.05 a m
Greenabrol2.30 a m 1.15 a m 1.10 a m 2.00 am
Co. Shops 2.36 a m3.00 am 10.49pm 11.25pm
Hillsboro' 4.13 a m 4.15 a m 9.33 p m 9.85 p m
Raleigh.. .6.82 a m 7.00 a m 6.58 p m 7.15 p m
Goldeboro 10.50 a m 8.00 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotto daily, at 3.30 p. m., and arrives at
8.30 a. m. W. H. GREEN, Maa Trans.