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THE PH CE NIX.
VUSUBHBD HAUT ABD TBI-WBBEX.T.
EVERT WEDNESDAY. MORNING.
?Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOn AMD PBOPRIETOB.
Office on Main Street, above Taylor.
V?VBook ?nd Job Printing of every do* orip
jion promptly And faiihTully attended to.
Inserted in the Daily at 75 cents per sqnare
for tho first and 50 oents eaoh subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by the woek,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Daily, six months, $4 00; Tri-Wookly, 2 SC;
Weekly, 1 50.
Alt Dmy Long.
All day long tho winds have whispered,
As they passed my open door.
Of a voice to whose sweet music
I shall listen nevermore.
And they tell of white hands folded
O'er a still and poacofal breast,
And of bluo oyes closed from sorrow
In the stirless calm of rest.
AU day long tho rain has pattered
In a dreary mon?tono,
On tho roof, and whispered to mo
Of a brightness that has flown;
And my heart haB echoed sadly
To the patter of the rain,
Whilo I thought me of a dear one
I shall never see again.
All day long my heart has murmured
O'er and o'er a tender name;
When oar loved ones join tho angels,
Tell me, aro thoy called the same?
Whisper, winds and rain, drop softly
From the gray forbidding skies
I am thinking of my darling
On tho hills of Paradise.
.?Bonny Prince Charlie."
It was in the year 1746, after the bat?
tle ol Cullodon, that "Bonnie Prince
Gharlie" lay hid amongst the pnsBes in
Glen Moriston, and dared not move out,
for posted far and wide from the point
of Ben Attow to Beanley were the Eng?
lish red-coats. It was known that the
prince was in hiding in the glen, and the
English Government were resolved to in?
tercept him in any attempt he might
make to reaoh the sea-coast. Bat there
Were some who, "death and exile brav?
ing," were bent on releasing him from
his perilous position.
"Yell no forget mo entirely, Mary,
binny, if ao be ye'd nevrr see me mair
Sin this night be ower. 'Tis a lang,
reary way I'm traveling this e'en, and
there a nane so sure-footed but wha'll
slip ano day. K?BQ me ance mair, and
gie me your word ye'll think on your
Jamie till ye meet him again; it might
be on airtb, bat it mann be in heaven."
"What for are ye so downcast this e'en,
Jamie? 'Tis mony a time ye've walked
free Invermoriston to Gaenacroioh syne
ye pat the pack upon yer shoulder.
Cheer ap, mon, and sore I'll ne'er forget
ye till ye're back hame on the morn. Ye
mak' me greet wi' your dolefa' wall?
"Dinna greet, lassie; it may be I'm
wrang, but I've a weight that presses
down my hairt and forebodes sod wark
for we twa. Bat gin I return or gi a I
fa' asleep among the stones in the glen,
'tis a' one, syne, we mano meet again.
My lassie and my king is a' the warld to
The pedlar shouldered his pack and
slowly wound bis way down the little
path from tho Highland clachan. At
the foot of a mound he stood and looked
The last rays of the setting sun dyed
the rioh brown heather of the thatched
cottage to a ruddier hue, and turned the
ilaxon looks of his Mary to a halo of gold.
The high bills behind formed a back?
ground of deep indigo to the picture,
and fondly tho pedlar gazed on that well
known scene; then, waving his hand to
the tall girl who stood shading her eyes
from the san to look after him, resumed
bis coarse. It led him over mountains
and moors, through woods of pine-trees,
and by the foaming, tumbling river, Mo?
lb was a still, frosty winter's night;
eaoh footstep that be took rustled the
dying leaves or resounded along the
highway. The moon, gradually rising
from a bod of clouds, illumined the
whole scene, gave a mysterious white?
ness to the snow-capped distant moun?
tains, and sparkled diamond-like upon
the crystal drops of dew and hoar-frost
by the road-side. The feathery birch
trees, all blown and bent by their fre?
quent contests with the wind, new rested
motionless from their oeaselesB murmur?
ings. Nothing disturbed the quiet, save
the pedler's footsteps, for the very deer,
accustomed to bis frequent jonrucys to
and fro, knew him, and lay still in their
coverts. Often and often had he trod
that path, whistling gaily, perhaps, as
he went, or thinking of his Mary; but
now he trod gloomily, drearily, no sound
on his lips but the dull, dread presenti?
ment weighing down bis heart.
"Whist!" shouted a voice suddenly
in his ear, and the pedlar started buck
several paces. A tall gillie stood before
him, having risen, an it were, from tho
very earth itself. The pedlar's alarm
was, however, short-lived. He recog?
nized a friend, and it was with a "Well
met, Sandy. Prom where spring we?"
that he advanced with out-stretched
"The gillie took it, and replied : "Ye're
lute. mon. I've been waiting for yo this
hour and mair. I cocue from ano ye
know," pointing with his fingor toward
the rocks beside the Moriston, "who
bids me tell you dinna gnng yer road
this Dight. The glen is chock fu' o'
red-coats, and yo might weel be mistaken
for ano yo are uot, and frae those mis?
takes there's no turning back. Yo know
weel ye're unco' like him in the face."
"And do you think, Sundy, 'tis a* foi
nought I'm made HO unco' like him? I:
so be by such n tnistnke he were pimblee
to leave his den i' tho rocks, where b<
lies mair like a poor bnastie than tin
king o' this land, would it bo I wu<
hinder sic a blessedness? 'Tis little sn
a iniir Ind UK I cnn do fur him; but y*
mumm stop mc frao that little."
.Sundy returned no answer. Tho senti
ment waa tor fa early akin to hio own
feelings for him to contradict it, yet
after his oomroiMJon he dared not en?
courage it. "Fareweel, mon," was all
he said, und sprang into the thicket.
The pedlar continued his march, deep
in thought. By-nod-by the glen opened
oat wider; the trees coased, meadows
and moors approached the river banks,
the hills receded further back on each
side, and then rose skywards moie
loftily Hutu bo?ore, more rugged and
bare. Now again they approached
nearer as the pedlar gained the head of a
glen-the Gaenaoroich, as it is called.
A tributary torrent came rolling its
waters into the Moriston, and far off thc
sound of water falling over the rooks
broke upon the pedlar's ear. The gray
dawn was just stealing across the horizon
when ho neared his destination. The
end was very dose; but what was that
end to be? There is another Bound be?
sides the falling waters to be heard now
as the pedlar skirts round a tarn in the
road. It is the regalar tramp to and fro
of a man on guard-of a sentinel.
"Haiti" cries a stern voice, and in?
stantly two soldiers, one from each side
of the road, dart forward.
Tho pedlar also sprang forward with
an involuntary instiuot of self-preserva?
tion; but it was too late; he was oaught
"Who are you? and what is your
business?" were the questions now ad?
dressed to him. But he returned no
"It is the devil himself," chimed in a
third voice, leaping from a bank.
"Shoot him, boys, before he escapes. I
know him well."
"Tie him to that tree," said the first
soldier, "and we'll make short work of
A word now might delay his fate, but
the word was not spoken. AH the pistol
was fired at his head, he cried, "Hurrah
for Prince Charlie]" and sank dead-a
martyr for his king.
A small cairn, surmounted by a wooden
o ros?, now marks the spot whore he foll.
It ia a .worthless tributo, bat the deed
?as a golden one, and needs no carved
marble to insure its memory. Nor did
it fail to bear fruit in due season. The
soldiers, put off thoir guard by the sup?
posed death of him they sought, were
taken at a vantage. In tho dead of
night Prince Charlie crept up tho bed
of a torrent, passed the sentinels, and
oscapod to the sea-coast. The sacrifi?e
was offered up and accepted, for "it is
good that a man should lay down, his
life for his friend. "
A Kansas City man has his Louse
furnished from the wood of a trwb on
whieh bis father was hung. He says it
reminds him of tho most remarkable
and interesting event in the history of
the family, as tho old man left quite a
fortune, which he had accumulated by
owniug other people'u horses.
Flour! Flour!! Flour ! ! !
OOO BARRELS FLOUR, consisting iu
OVJV/ part of Choice Family Flour, "the
best in the world;" also, Extra and Super Flonr,
at very lowest market prices for cash, for sale
by_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
THE CITIZENS* 8AVINGS BANK is now
prepared to draw directly oa all the pro?
minent places in
England, Scotland and Ireland,
and tho Orient,
and will furnish drafts at Now York rateB.
Oct 23 A. G. BBEN1ZER, Cashier.
Q/^V/"*\ LB8. of good quality for Balo low
OKJVj hy_EDWARD HOPE.
??K BBL?, choice Tablo POTATOES, for
& O sale low._EDWARD HOPE.
Bacon! Baoon? 8991
BOXES Dry Salted Clear Rib 8IDE8,
4mt\J just recoivod and for salo at greatly
reduced prices by J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
J^. n 13 "w
HART & CO.,
WHOLESALE, NO. 39 IIAYNE STREET,
RETAIL. CORNER KINO AND MARKET STREETS.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Agents for Fairbanks' Standard Scales
BURDICK'S NATIONAL HAY CUTTER.
HOES, O UNS,
HOLLOW WARE, TIN WARE,
MILL STONES, BOLTING CLOTH,
Sept 23 3m
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON
THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREE TIMES A WEEK,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
ELEGANT STATE ROOM ?
Sea Voyage 10 to 13 Hours
Shorter, via Chalreston.
Total Gapacity 40,000 Bales Monthly.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY, and connecting made Wt et, iii alliance
with the fleet ot Thirteen FIRST-CLASS STIAMSDI1 8. to the aLove porte, invite atten?
tion lo tho QUICK TIME and REGULAR DESPA'JCH afluidcd to tho business public in tho
Cotton Stateaat tho
PORT OP CHARLESTON!
Cfferincr facilities of TloP and Soa Traneportations for Freight and Passengers not equalled in
excellence and capacity at any other Port. The following ?pkndid Ocean Steamers are regu?
larly on the line
To 2We>x*7- Yorl?..
M. S. WOODULL, Commander,
Ii. W. LOCKWOOD, Commender,
JAMES BBRRY, Commander,
JAMES ADO ER,
T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
JAMES ADGER k CO., Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
8. CROWELL, Commander.
SAM ADKINS, Commander.
ALEX. HUNTER, Commander.
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.,
WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agunta, Charleston, 8. C.
VIRGINIA, E VERM AN,
C. H. ASUCROIT, Commander. C. HINCKLEY, Commander.
SAILING DAYS,.MATU RD AYS.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
To 3E? ct3.ltITITI ore.
FALCON, MARYLAND, SEA GULL,
HORARY, Commander. JoEKSGN, Cuiuinauder, L>UTTON, Commander,
SAILING DAYS, - - - - J - - EY EY Y FIFI II DAY.
P. C. TREN ll OLM, Agont, Charleston, S. C.
IIATES GUARANTEED AS LOW AS TIIOS? OF COMPETING LINES.
Marino Iusurance Ono-tl alf ol Ono Per Cent
Through Bills nt Lading and Through Tickets can ho had at all tho principal Railroad
Cfticea in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi.
State ItooniB maybe becurcu in advanco, without extra eb argo, l>y addressing Agents of
the Steamships in Charleston, at whoso oflicos, in all cases, tho Radiosd Tickets should bo
exchanged and Berths assigned.
Tho Through Ticket by this route includes Transfers, Meals and Stato Boom whilo on
Tho South Carolina Railroad and RB connecting UncB have largely increased their facili?
ties for tho i apid movement of freight and passengers betwt en Northern cities and the South
and Weet. Ci mfortahle Night Cars with the M?lmes Chair, without extra charge, havo been
introduced. Firsi-Class Fating Saloon at Branchville.
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to Day and Night Trains of Soulh Carolina
Itailnad. Clone connections mado with other Roads, delivering Freights at distant points
with tho greatest promptness The Mnuugeis aie confident that their Line cannot ho sur?
passed in Despatch and thc Safe Driven o? ilnods.
B. ?>. DARELL, P. o. Hui 4,070, Office 317 Brnnclway,New York.
S. R. P?UKKKS, I ED II. BARNWELL,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent., General Freigut Ap? nt.
Eolith Carolina Railroad. | Oct 4 JGmo South Carolina Railroad.
ISS X* .OT
HAVING largely increased our stock of GOODS in this line, and made arrangomonta with
Manufacturera and Fatontees, wo aro prepared to offer all loading goods, with latest
improvements, to Planters and the trade generally, at as
As can bo had any whero We carry a large stock, and can AU ordors promptly for
DOW LAW PLANTER,
DICKSON SWEEPS, 16, 18,
20 and 22 inches,
And any other goods not mentioned, aa low as can bc bad anywhere. Send for Cataloguo
and l'rioe List.
,ORICK & LOWRANCE.
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
and Leading Insurance Agency
Of Contra! and Northern Hon th Carolina.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of London and Edinburg. Incorporated 1809. Assets in Gold, $14,200,000.
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford, Conn. Incorporated 1810. Assets, 82,100,000.
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Neio York. Incorporated 1852. Assets, $2,339,122.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New York. Incorporated 1856. Assets, $2,017,869.
GEORGIA. HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Columbus, Ga. Incorporated 1859. Assets, $500.000.
THE above aro among tho oldest and best established Companies in tho country. Their
ample Assets and tho r?putation they have long since acquired as .prompt an?jair dealirig
Companies, aro tho best guarantees of their safety and honorable conduct in tho future.
LOt??ES adjusted and paid at this Agency.
Insure with H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
Nov IS 3mo Ofiico in Savings' Bank Building, Columbia, S. C.
"Wll FASHIONABLE GOODS
J. H. & M. L. KINARD'S.
TN anticipation of a largely incroasod demand for DESIBABLE GOODS, we have made pro?
's- parafions in time, and aro now receiving additions of tho most naoful WINTER GOODS,
which wo offer at our popular low prices. Our object in advertising ia not to puff the
advantages wo possess; but simply to inform tho public, and particularly strangers, visitors
and those who reside in our city during tho winter, that they can find any articlo they may
Tho following head? will give some idea of the stock wo offer for sale :
Ladies' Under VeBte.
Gent's U?dor Yosts,
Ac, Ac, Ac
NEW MUSIC STORE,
CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK BUILDING; TAYLOR, NEAR MAIN ST
iflt^lP^NJCa THE subscribers would respectfully inform th?
m-.frt\v\\mu^ii(hii Hpublic that they have opened tho largest and moat
^s^Zk. ' f- I completo stock of MUSICAL MERCHANDIZE ever
^8 " -*' T r--y "~~ ISBBBBL brought to this market. Having ?ecured thc agoncv
rTJ'T.*".'^^SSSa^B^?^SS^^^"tiTiZaB 01 some of tho largest Piano Factories in the coun
^SBBSm^SSSSSmt^^SSm^' SSt ,r.v. we aro enabled to offer special inducements to
fly* y ??Lrm^^^^SSmW m those in want of theso instruments. The celebrated
^^wlJg?[^^ American Piano Forte?
to their peculiar construction, can he pren at our rooms? Will alto keep becond-haml Pianos
for salo. We aro also agents for tho BURDETT COMB1KAUO?? Ol.GAN, ?b? ^?.??o*t sue
ceaa of the age. Several o? the instruments have been disposed ot in the Stale, and have
given universal satisfaction. We cordially invitt the profession and the musical public gen?
erally, to call and examine Hu sc wonderful indi unions.
A (JK ? WE havo alao added a BBAS? BAND
* ? Jib ???? J&d A. DEPARTMENT to our establishment
. (S? g&f J?s>> ami aro enabled to furnish everything
&4sife?Hr JET ??? BBL ^mT" A. needed in thai lino, either of Brasa or
^Sif JK vBf 'S? Sm JR Q?&-J\ German Hilvor. Complete sets of theso
A A- JBf/ fly fl/ \\] nhl <^ 6c$T*^ instruments may bo seen at our rooms,
C*J&frJj? \lf ILL-- &*+~w*~J2iL~ Yoi ?SL togother with Bass Drums, Snuro Drums,
|^ ,c,t'ul??i ^u>?re?. Drum Heads, Cymbals,
4P dur stock of Musical merchandize om
uf&fi^ bract s every thing in tho Music lino, such
w^gEtf* ita- vT aH ^'i?R,,8< Rewa, Concertinas, Flutes,
ls Tkt\ ?v ?. A. Wm) ni Quitar?, and every* bing pertaining toa
LwA ?5? Jfck JK Jr?? ft??& JnT'*^1' Musical inst rumeut. Sheet Music alway s
ml im flus J??oL. m\wk ?* 4?? on hand, or furnished at short notice
jflt l&?lf&J?^ lu? jj]! Musical instrumonts of all kinds repair, il
tty -Tfrf/ ffT/ Tru Jl cithor for Brass ?>r Quadrille hands, Jor
.UL-?*'Ol?/ lilt- **"**' any number of instruments
iBL^^ Our Pi MIO Kooui is neatly titted up for
the accommodation of Ladies, and we cordially iuv itu th? m to call ai d ? xnnvtie our I imios.
S'(lV g W. II. Ly ?Il A ND A SOS.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTER ESTA LLO WEE A T TBE EA TE O
HEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICA 2ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIS PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVEEY SIX
MONTES ON A COO UNTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John R. Palmer. I T>_, ."".
John P. Thomas. [ Vico-Presidente.
A. G. Brenizcr, Cashier.
John O. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wado Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell, F. W. McMastcr. John P. Thomas. E. H.
Ueinitsh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. 8cott, Newberry.
W. G. MayoB, Nowborry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Bavencl, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may here deposit their say?
ings and draw a liberal rato of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustees
wishing to draw interest en their funds until
they rcqniro them for business or other pur?
poses: Par on ts desiring to set apart small
tums for their children, and Married Women
lind Minors (whoso deposita can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
I aside funds for future use. are hero afforded
I un opportunity of depositing thoir means
I where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
I tho same time, bo subject to withdrawal when
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. B. CO.,
COMPANY Soors, N. C., August 29, 1870.
SMklWilKi ON and after THUHH
35i??SH?DAY, September 1, 1870,
trains will bo run over this Road in accordance
with tho following time-table:
Trams K?st. Trains West.
A nm vi-:, LEAVE. AnnrvE. LEAVE.
Charlotte. 7.00 p m 7.40 a m
Salisbury.9.34 p m 9.S9 p m 5.00 a m 5 05 a m
GroeiiBb'ol2 30a m 1.15 a m 1.10 a m 2.00 am
Co. Shops 2 30 a m 3 Ol) a m 10 49 p m 11.25 p m
Hillsboro' 4 13 a m 4 15 a m 9 33 p m 9 35 p m
Raleigh .. .0 32 a m 7.00 a m C.58 p m 7 15 p m
Goldeboro 10.50 a m 8.00 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
charlot to daily, at 3.30 p. m., and arrives at
0.80 a. m. W. H. GREEN, Mas Trans.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, B. C., December 1, 1870.
ON and after this
'dato, tho following
schedule will b< run daily, Mundays excepted,
connecting with Night Trains on South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Trains
I going South on Charlotte, Columbia aud Au?
Loavo Columbia at.7.00 a. m.
Alston. 8.40 a. m.
Newberry.10.10 a. m.
Cokeabury. 1-45 p. m.
Belton. . 3.30 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 5 00 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 5 45 a. m.
Belton. 7 23 a. m.
Cokeabury. 9.05 a. m.
Abbeville. 8 00 a. m.
Newberry.12 86 p m.
Alston. a 10 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.8.45 p.m.
Peel JOHN H. MORE, General Snp.
South Carolina [Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, B.C., MAY 13,1870.
ON and after Bun
1 day, 15th May, the
Passenger Trains upon tho South Carolina
Railroad will run the following schedule:
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Charleston.3.80 p n.
Lcavo Charleston.8.80 am
i rrivo at Columbia.4.10 p m
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive ut Augusta..4.95 p m
Leuve Augusta.8.00 a m
Arrive ut Columbia.4.10 p xe
NIGHT EXrnESB THAIN (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED ) .
Leavo Columbia.7-50 p m
Arrivo at Charleston.6.45 am
Arrivo at Augusta.7.05 a m
Leave Charleston.7.30 pm
Leavo Augusta.6.00 p m
Arrivo at Columbia.6.00 a m
Camdon and Colon.bia Passenger Trains
will run Mondays, Wednesdays and SaturduyB;
and between Camden and Kingvillo daily.
Leavo Camden.6.35a m
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 a m
Leavo Columbia.1 00 p m
Arrive at Camden.5.40 p m
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Hoad
ON and after the 24th
fi' instant, tho Passenger
Trains will go down on MONDAYS. WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leuving Spurtanburg
Court House, at 7.20 A.M., and arriving at
Alston 1.35 P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and BATU h DAYS, will leave Alston at 9 50 A.
M., and arrive at Hparlanbnrg at 3.40 P. M.
THOMAS B. JETEB. President.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta E. B.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1, 1870.
f-T" ?aa. r^a?adM3 ON and after THIS DAY,
aHrWBsSK^^HS! tho PaFaenger trahiB over
this Boad will run as follows :
OOINO SOOTH. x,
Louvc Charlotte, N.C.,at. 8.20 a. m.
Columbia, S. C.,at. 3.45 p.m.
Arrivo Augusta, at.- - . 8.C0 p. m.
Lcavo Augusta, at. 6.00 a.m.
" Columbia, S. C., at,.11.45 a.m.
Arrive Charlotte, N. C. at. 6 30 p. rn,
ACCOMMODATION THAIN, SUNDAYS EXCPPTF?.
Leave Columbia.10 10 p. m
Arrrivo at Augusta. 7.00 u. m.
Leave Augusta. 6 80 p. m.
Arrive st Columbia_ . 4 15 a. m.
Close connections made via Gre eutboi o ?nd
Richmond and Acquia Creek, and r;nlii.'nih
Weldon and Bay Lino. Through Tick? ts sold
and baggage checked to all points North,
South, and West.
_S< pt 1_ C. BQUKNIOHT, Superb.' nd? nt.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
Leavo Anderson.4.20 P. M.
" Pendleton. 5 20 "
" Perryville.6.00 "
Arrivo at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leave Walhalla.3 30 A. M.
M Perrvvillo. 4.15
" Pendleton.6.30 "
Arrive at Anderson.6 15 "
Waiting nt Anderson one hour for the arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
Jniy 81 W. ll. D. OA1LLAKD, Sup,
CONSISTING in part of nUBS,
Spokes. Felloes, Shafts, Wheels,
'Poles, Bolts, Malleable Castings,
_._.Fifth <* boi ls. Bands, Enamelled
Lt aiher. J 'aub Leather, Patent and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Ca?net. Lining Nail?. Springs,
Axles, Fire ano other Iron, Dash Frames,
Psii ts, <?ils Carrirgo Yartiiebes, Ac, Ac.
Our stock ol tlieso goods i? second to none in
Columbia, aud thn?o desiring to pinchase,
.JD?U tavr viont'j hy calling on
Kept 11 ? * Ti R. AGNEW.
Kpiouros, cull al POLLOCK'S.