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. To Henry Timrod.
AM tho* the bloom of some familiar flowV
Hurrured and watched with an increased
Should, at tho epell of a mysterious pow'r,
Grow faint and fado from my accustomed
. ' ??ht,
.Vre missed,dear HaL those blossomings
That seemed to bud from out tby gentle
In tender thought? of beauty, and I long
To catch the fragrance, they did once im?
Where is thy lyre ? hath its chords been
By rndcr touches, than thou did'St com?
When at thy will, sweet notos of musio
lake sacred streams, beneath the Prophet's
Ita tones hate melted; as a summer air
Koro stilly grows, till every breath is fled.
Porohanco the silence of some deep despair !
Bottling around it, hath its BOUI o'er
And creeping stealthily along the strings,
Bushod the faint echoes of eaeh former
Tfll e'en the tempting minstrelsy, that
Its magie there, can wake no sound again.
Ah nol the harp is only hung awhile
In the closed chamber, where a poet-frame,
Bowed by disease, awaits the kindling
Of health, to suatoh another wreath from
Arise, dear friend, by that o'ermastering
That conquers circumstance, or having
The paths of Nature, may'st thou surer
Walk forth, supported by the arm of God.
I know the Heaven of thy teeming mind
Is clouded now, but very soon, in showers
Of sparkling melodies, so long confined,
Like the pent perfume of the unblown
Thou'lt pour fair thoughts and fancies in ]
Reluming life's, to me, duh atmosphere,
liiko the soft sunshine of a spring-timo
That lights tho soul, and leaves no shadow
there. M. M. G.
CotusntiA, S. 0., Octobor 1, 1867.
It was noticed among the friends
of George Lane that, for some cause
unknown to them, a sober hue hod
fallen on bis thoughts. The reason
was inferred, and correctly. Arrows
from a pair of bright eyes bad
wounded him, and the pain found no
abatement night nor day. Was the
maiden coy or unkind ? No-the
maiden was familiar and tender.
There was healing in the eyes that
shot forth arrows.
And the pain found no abatement
night nor day ? None 1 George Lane
was no blind lover, ready to risk all
consequences in pursuit of an object,
but a sensible young man, who count
ed the oost. This was the reason of
his trouble. Love is sweet, but life
is a thing of aober earnest; and as
George pnt the love and the life to?
gether, taking things as they were,
be could not see how love was to leave
any permanent sweetness.
An intimate friend, holding him by
the hand one day, said-"'George,
my dear fellow ! what has come over
you ? I don't believe you have
smiled for a month. Are you in
4??es," was the frank reply.
"Aha ! A sickness of the mind.
Well, I'm glad to know that it's
nothing more serious. Love wounds
to beal. If, as the poet says,
'Keen transport throbs through every vein,
it is also true that we know 'so sweet
A pain.' "
"There is no sweetness in my
case," said the yonng man. "The
Sain is sharp; and there was no me
icine on the arrow-point."
"Then tho maiden is unkind ?"
"She loves you in return ?"
"If I have any skill in reading
"What then ? Are ber parents un?
"I have never asked them."
"You are a strange lover, to look
so wooJbegone. Whore rests the
"There is much beyond love," said
"Marriage and tho cost of living."
"Truo. But you have a good
salary. Has tho young lady noth?
"She hos a father who is doing an
excellent business ; but the family
live at an expense which must co vet
all, if not moro than all the profits."
"Who is the young lady ? I will
not betray your confidence."
"The youngest daughter of Abra?
"Hardware merchant !"
"I know her, and a sweet girl she
is. Nelly West. Why, George, she's
the very one for you. And you have
found favor in her eyes ? I congra?
"You needn't, then," was tho
sombre-faced reply of Lane, "for I
am not witless enough to bare my
neck to the halter of matrimony, if
tho oct is to bind mc to a perpetual
"What do you mean?"
"Simply, that the manner in which
Mr. West has raised bis daughters
unfits them for the posiiion of wives
to young mon of my condition.
They have tho education, the tastes
and the accomplishments we desire
and must have; but their habits and
expectations are fatal dowries for any
i ir i , ---
j poor young man to accept. They
! have no fortune to bring their hus
I banda, and yot must be supported in
'comparativo elegance. The idea of
, useful employment does not seem to
have entered their minds. Work, in
their view, involves something of
degradation. Ah, well! X must dis?
miss a fond illusion, that was sweet
while it lasted. I shall go no farther
in this unsafe direction. Some other
man, bolder or less inolihed to count j
the oost, must win consent from a ?
heart it would be a life-long happi- '
ness to call my own."
"Nonsense, George," replied the I
friend, "If the young lady really j
loyes you, she will cdapt herself to I
yonr circumstances." Nelly is a
charming girl. Press your suit, and j
after gaining her consent, talk over j
life's sober realities with her. She
bas sense and right feeling, and will ;
readily comprehend how much of j
happiness is involved in your pru- j
dential ideas. A woman wno loves a
man well enough to marry him, will j
cheerfully accommodate herself to :
"Accommodate!" said the young
man, curling bis lips. "I don't like j
the word. It hurts my pride."
"Pride is never a good counsellor, j
"My manhood, then. It hurts my j
manhood. A young woman, without j
a dollar in the world, 'accommodate'
herself to the circumstances of a
yoong man whoso income is twelve
hundred a year! You can't reconcile
me to the case under that plea. My
pride, manliness, self-love, or self
esteem-as you will-revolts against
tho humiliation. No, no-George
Lane bas independence as well as
prudence, and thinks their counsels
"While I think," answered the
friend, "that George Lane is a little
toe high strang foi the case under
consideration, I kuow Nelly very well,
and think her a sensible girl. True,
the way in which her parents have
conducted her home education is not
favorable to just views in life; but love
is clear-sighted and strong-hearted.
Take her out of hfr present false rela?
tion to society, and she will make you,
I am sure, a good wife in every re?
[CONTINUED IN OUIt NEXT, i
Flour, Grain and Produce.
III AVE mude arrangements with Messrs.
Street Brothera A Co. to sell, on com?
mission, all kinds of PRODUCE consigned
to them. I will devote my personal attcn- ?
tion to thc salo of tho same.
With an experionco of twenty years in
the Flour and Grain Business, and I
with the advico and assistance of Messrs. 1
Street Brothers A Co., 1 am confident timi
auy business entrnsted to thom will jfrovo |
satisfactory to those who favor the house
with consignments. They will make libe?
ral cash advances on all produce shipped
to them for salo or shipment to their
friends in Now York, Philadelphia, Boston
and Baltimoro. G. A. NEUFFER.
sa~ Address all letters to "Street Bro?
thers A Co., Charleston, S. C."
August ll mw2mo
Wool, Hides, Beeswax.
WE aro prepared to purchaso tho
above articles at tho HIGHEST
PRICES for C \SH on delivery. *jr Brices
Current sent freo to parties through the
MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
Vendue Range, Charleston.
Aug 4 mwSmn
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?THIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL has been thoroughly repair?
ed, refitted and refurnished, and is
now ready for the accommodation of tho
traveling public, whoso patronage is re?
The proprietor promises to do all in his
power for the comfort of his guests.
_?Iarch 21 JOSEPH PURCELL, Prop'r.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
COACHES always in readiness to convey
passengers to and from tho Hotel.
Feb 2fi WHITE ?? M IX KR. Proprio! ore.
Livery and Sale Stables,
_ CHALMERS STREET,
f|L Charleston 8 0 DEI- c&PWJL
J|W|GHEN & BAKER, Pro- flgEjggi
. 1 71 prietors. Carriages, Photons, Bug?
gies and Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours.
Mules and Horses for sale. Feb 27
DILLON'S PATENT UNIVERSAL
THIS TIE, with tho HOOP COM IT RTF,, <
in baling cotton, and fenders au n't low?
REQUIRING NO SLACK WHILE I UTT1N?
for heavy hoops, to make up for d( DciencU
Bold by the pound or ton as cheaply a? the
and every tio is warranted perfect. Seien?
the Iron Tie entirely superseding tho use ni
pr?servation of thu cotton when haled from
lb Insurance Companios a matter for eons
shipboard, and its simplicity of uso and eci
WA. For sale, in largo or small quantities
Aug 25 .
TO SOUTHERN MEBCBANTSl
BOCK tzimt COOPS,
TF you deairo to supply y oursolYeB for tho
X 9K?L and WINTER TRADE, with the
Y?RX BEST DESORIPTIONB and STYLES
AND WITH THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
AU free from shoddy -ind other impurities,
. Order Samples from the subscriber, and
J they will bo forwarded, with prices attach
I ed,'during tho months of July and August.
From theso samples you can make Tour
selections and return your orders; and the
goods will bo forwarded directly from tho
manufactory. JOHN A. ?OUNG,
President Rock Island Mannfac. Co.,
' June 2 4rao_Charlotte. N. C.
JUST RECEIVED, at tho "Industrial
Association," Ladies' Sacque PattornB,
of tho latest stylo. Also, Vui> beautiful
Braiding Patterns, for Yoko Dresses and
Gowns. A constant supply of Braiding
and Embroidery Patterns, suitable for all
styles of work, can ba had.
Remember, ladies, it matters not bow
small may bo thc purchase, every little you
contribute to this Association is so much
given towards the support of the poor and
destitute of our land. September 8
? Truly Wonderful Medicine!
IIEMTSirs OMEN'S DELIGBT.
Liver Complaint Cured by Queen's
THE symptoms of Liver Complaint are
uneasiness and pain in the right side,
and soreness upon touch immediately
under tho inferior ribs; inability to lie
upon the left side, or, if at all, a dragging
; sensation is produced which seriously
? affocts respiration, causing, vory often, a
! troublesome cough. Together with these
1 symptoms, wo perceive a coated tongno,
I r.cidity of tho stomach, ?c?cicncj o? per
I spiration, and sometimes a sympathetic
i pain in tho shoulder, with a great disposi
I tion to Bleep, and depression of spirits,
: and sometimes sores in tho mouth or
1 throat. These symptoms, if permitted to
. continue, will eventually produce consump?
tion, the most banelul of all diseases.
The symptoms of Dj spopsia are various;
those affecting tho stomach are nausea,
heart-burn, loss of appetite, disgust for
1 food, sometimes a depraved appetite,
: sense of fulness f>r weight in t he stomach,
j sinking or fluttering in the pit of the sto?
mach, sour eructations, coated tongue,
acidity of tho stomach, hurried and diffi?
cult breathing, Ac.
The sympathetic affections are very di?
versified-cold feet, pain or weakness
through the limbs, swimming of the head,
sudden Hushes of heat, Ac.
I Tho uso of the QUEEN'S DELIGHT
should bo persevered in until every symp?
tom of Dyspepsia has vanished, and health
is entirely restored.
Derangements of Liver and Stomach
I Are sources of insanity. From disorder
or obstruction, a morbid action of the uym
I pathetic and other nerves follows, and the
; functions of tho brain aro impaired and
i deranged; derangement there will also
produce disease of the heart, skin, lungs
i and kidneys, lt ia owing to the samo
i cause that thousands die with Cholera,
j Hiltons or Yellow Fever, and that most
i baneful disease, Consumption.
The origin of numerous cases of Con
j sumption is im paired digestion ; and many,
I many cases of supposed Consumption
, could bo entirely cured bv tho uso of the
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, as tho emaciation,
debility and cough attending weakness of
the digestive organs are so near allied to
tho symptoms of Consumption, that the
one disease is frequently mistaken for tbe
It is a well-established fact that fully
one-half of tho female portion of our
population are seldom in tho enjoyment of
good health, or, to uso their own expres?
sion, "never feel well." They are languid,
devoid of all energy, extremely nervous
and have no appotito. To this class of
invalids, the Queen's Delight is especially
recommended. Their peculiar tonio and
invigorating properties render it invalua?
ble in such cases. Thc patient should im?
mediately discard all pills and powders, as
they only weaken tho system, and resort to
the uso of the Queen's Delight, tho inva?
riable result of which will be a strong and
hearty constitution, a disappearance of all
nervousness, a good appetite and e perfect
restoration to health.
Weak and delicate children aro mado
strong by using the Queen's Delight. In
fact, it is a Family Medicine; it can be ad?
ministered with perfect safety to a child
three months old, the most delicate female
'. or a man of ninety.
SJT BB sum and ask for "HEINITSH'S
I QUERN'S DELIGHT;" none other ia genii
I ino. For salo by FISHER ,v HEINIT8H,
July 9 Druggists, Columbia. S. C.
COTTOX TIES AXI) lltOX HOOT
weighs !?> mile than i ho Usual li'.jio used
nd* tor t.ii.- mun ret?sury; Lim ?ONLY TIE
fi ON, and I? perfect that thc i.i fossity
)H in tho tie, is entirely obviated. Can be
heavy hoops and less perfect ties. Each
) and" practical use wi I have the effect of
T rope -its combination of advantages, tho
consumption b> dre, rendering its scenrity
idem tion, both while in warehouse or on
, by J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Columbia, S. C.
GEO. C. DUNBAR,
Uunkcr, and Co mm f M lo? Broker
EBOUTHEAN SECURITIES, Tele
rraph and Express Stocks, Ooanty, City
! ana Town Bonds, Gas Stocks and miscel?
laneous Railroad Securities. No. 7 WALL
STREET, NEW YORK. ??Refers to Dr.
Jobn Fisher and Col. L. D- Childs, Colum?
bia, S. 0._3J^J_]^L 8j?!?_
? 8TEVEN8 HOUSE,
81,23,25 AND 87 BROADWAY, N. Y.
oprosrrs BOWLDIO GBKKN.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to the traveling public.
I The location is especially suitable to mor
I chant* and business men; it is in close
proximity to the business part of the city,
io ou the highway of Southern and West?
ern travel, and adjacent to all the princi?
pal railroad and steamboat depots.
The Stevens House bas liberal accom
modatkm for over 300 guests; it is well fur
uisbod, and possesses overy naoderi
improvement for tho comfort "and enter
taiument of ita inmates. Tho rooms bav
ing been refurnished and remodeled, wi
are enabled to offur oxtra facilities for tin
comfort and pleasure of our gucatB. Tin
rooms are spacious and woll ventilated
provided with gas aud water; the attend
ance is prompt and respectful, and tin
tablo is generously provided with ever;
delicacy of the season-at moderate rate?
GEO. K. CHASE A CO.,
May SI fimo Proprietors.
7?M?8 CONNIE'S SOWS
United States Type Foundry
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
NOS. 28, SO and 32 Centro street, (come
of Reade streot,^ New York. The typ
on which this paper ia printed is from th
above Foundry. Nov 18
SOUTHERN BANK NffLTBsT~
Bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.
NO. IC WALL STREET. NEW YO Ri
Ta ^"ONEY received cn deposit from banki
IVB bankers, merchants and others. O:
ders in Gold, Government and other Sect
rit ion executed at the regular Stock E:
change by a member of tho firm. Consigi
ments of Cotton solicited. April 8
DEWITT C. LAWBKNCE. JOHN R. CECIL.
Cvnes J. LA WHENCE. WM. A. HALSTE
Richland District-In Equity.
Franklin H. Elmore and Albert R. Elmor
Adm'ra. vs. Grace B. Elmore el al.-Ii
to Marshal Assets, Sale of Real Estai
IS pursuance of tho decretal order in tl
auovo stated caso, the creditors i
HARRIET C. ELMORE, deceased, ai
hereby required to establish their d
mauds before me, on or before the first di
of Janunrv next. U. B. DESAUSSURE,
July 14 mw3mo c. E. lt. I).
John W. Parker vs. John L. Boatwrigb
Adm'r, et al.
IN nursuanco of tho decretal order in tl
above stated case, tho creditors of tl
late JOHN H. BO AT WRIGHT ai e directe
to render and establish their demani
against the estate, beforo mo, in Columbi
on or beforo tho first day of October uei
J}. B. DESAUSS?RE, C. E. R. D.
July li mwSmu
RI CHLAND--IN E QUIT Y.
M. D. Wood, Adm'r de bonis non, et ux
al., va. Mrs. Ann Reek et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order in tl
above stated case, the creditors of tl
lato CHAS. BECK aro hereby required
prove their demands beforo me, with
three months from publication hereof, ai
to filo their objections to tho prayers
tho complainants' bill.
D. B. DESAUSS?RE, C. E. R. D.
July 14 inwllme
Mr?. Emma T. Hopkins, Execntrix, i
Henry Caughm?n et al.-Rill fur Sale
IN pursuanco of the decretal order in t
above stated case, the creditors
WRIGHT DENLEY, deceased, are herc
directed to establish their demands befe
mo, in Columbia, on or boforo tho ii
day of December next.
D. B. DESAUSS?RE, C. E. R. D
July 14 mw3mc
RICHLAND- LN EQUITY.
Edward Kinslcr and Henry O. Kinsl
Executors of J. J. Kinsler, deceased,
Amelia B. Kinslurci al.-Hill fur Juju
lion, Sale of Real Estate, &c.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order in I
above stated ease, the cr. ditors of I
late J. J. KINSLER aro hereby required
establish their demands against t..e esta
before me, in Columbia, on or before I
firet day of January next. .
D. B. DESAUSS?RE, C. E. It. I)
July 14 mw3ni
IT bas come to our knowledge that j'
sons from the countrv and citv, ord
ing that GREAT MKDR INK, theQUEE
DELIGHT, have their order? filled by
other medicine, called Epping'* Karaa
rilla. This is a pernicious habit on
part o. any druggist or apothecary
make snell substitutions, and it munt
fleet upon their pharmaceutical knowlec
to say to their customers that they aro
same', when it is known they do not kr
tho constituents of the medicino Quet
Delight, ?H prepared by Heinitsh.
This is to caution the people that "II
NITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT" is an
tirely different article-a new pbarmao
tical product ami combination of roots i
1 gums, and in the only medicino that ]
forms HO many extraordinary cures ann
the people. Over 1,600 bottles have bi
sold at our store in ICHS than eic
months, and the demand Increasing fi
a,\\ parts of the country.
Purchasers should bo careful to ask
"Heinitab's Queen's Delight." This ?B
name. Please remember it-"Queen'e
light." For sain by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
Wholesale and Itetwil Druggist!
Woodenware, Brooms. &c.
WE have just received a full assortm
Of the follow!..;;:
TUBS, MEASUR S, ROI LING PIN?
Bucket*, Flour Pails, adios, SpOopS,
Butter Spades, Clothes Pins,
Wanh Boards, brooms, Whisks.
Hearth Brooms, tie. For sale at
figures by J. .V T. R. AGNEV
The best Season to Plant Turnip e
JUST RECE.VE :
RUTA RAGA. For sale cheap at
FISHER <v ll Kl MTS H's, Druggist
NUMIIKIUNO IN ALI.
THREE HUNDRED MEN AND HORSES I
An enormous moral combination of instruc?
tion and refined amusement, will exhibit
in COLUMBIA, for one day only,
On Thursday, October 3, 1867,
Under the Immense New Pavilion, for
ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION.
COMBINES a great number of speci?
mens, of various descriptions and
character, in the "School or Natural Histo?
ry, which have been collected at the ex?
pense of the largest energy, indefatigable
research, and thu most lavish outlay of
VAN AMBURGH & CO.'S DEPARTMENT,
Consists (with numerous additions) of the
entire Van Amburgh Zoological Collec?
tions, comprising pcciinens of thc rarest
and most beautiful Wild Beasts, Birds and
Reptiles, from every section of the known
DAN CASTELLO'S DEPARTMENT,
Comprising Dan Castello's Great Circus,
composed of the most distinguished lumi?
naries in tho Equestrian profession, com?
prising the best Male and Female Riders.
A Great Gratuitous Exhibition character?
izes the entre of our establishment in every
A BRILLIANT STREET PAGEANT,
In this grand cavalcade and moving pic?
ture will appeal- a series of tho most elabo?
rately finished Chariots, gorgeously deco?
rated Platform Cars, artistically finished
Cages and Dens, containing tho whole of
tho Zoological Collection; tlio Band Cha?
riot, of original design and resplendent
decoration, called tho Throne of Apollo,
and a Cavalcade entitled tho Crusader's
Triumph, consisting of over One Hundred
and Fifty Mounted Knights, clad in bur?
nished steel armor, with their Banners,
Pennons and Insignia, and accompanied
by their Ladies in costumes of Moditeval
Ages, all preceding tho crowning feature
of tho procession, a largo, living Lion,
homo on tho elevated platform of tho
splendid Tableau Carriage, loose, un?
chained, untrammeled and free, in tho
public streets. Tho sight forms the great
sensation of thc times.
First seabon in America of the Parisian
Artiste and Equestrienne, lato of
the Cirque Imperiale,
AND THE CHILD WONDER,
The youngest and most petite Equestrian
Porfornicr in tho wo;ld. whose remarkable
skill and courage have elicited tho most
enthusiastic encomiums from thc press and
WILL ?LS?~EXHIB?T AT
CHESTER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2
GREENWOOD, FRIDAY, " 4
GREENVILLE, SATURDAY, " 5
ABBEVILLE, MONDAY, " 7
NEWBERRY, TUESDAY, " 8
ORANGERURG, WEDNESDAY, " 9
CHILDREN under ton years... .60
Two performance* daily. Afternoon at
2 o'clock Evening at 7 o'clock.
Sept 24 HO ?8
South. Carolina Railroad Company,
,?,-.. . WITT,
OEN'L SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, 1
October 1, 18G7.
ON and after this inst., tbo following
TARIFF will bo observed, viz:
Cotton per bale to New York.H 00
.. " Philadelphia.4 00
?' " Baltimoro.3 50
" *. Charleston.2 00
Flour per barrel to New York . 1 10
" ?! Philadelphia. 1 10
?* '? Baltimore.1 00
Grain per bushel to tither point. 23
H. X. PEAKE,
Oct 1 3_General Snporintendent.
Important to Travelers!
Charlotte & South Carolina R. ?. Co.
COLUMHIA, S. C., September ll, 1807.
ON and after this dato, passengers via
this route will make close connections
to and from all points North, aa follows:
Leavo Columbia.7.40 A. M.
Leave Charlo???.500 P. M.
Leavo Greensboro.12.15 A. M.
Arrivo Richmond.10.40 A. M.
Leave Richmond.11.40 A. M.
Arrivo Washington.6.15 P. Bi.
Leave Washington.7.00 P. M.
Arrive Baltimore.8.30 P. M,
Arrivo Philadelphia.1.22 A. M.
Arrivo New York. 5.20 A. M.
Through tickets, and baggugo checked
to Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Phi?
ladelphia and New York.
. CALEB BOUKNIGHT, ;
Charlotte and S. C. R. B. Company ,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., September 1, 1867.
ON and after this date, tho Passenger
Trai n B on this Road will run as follows :
Leave Columbia at.7.40 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia at.7.15 p. m.
Close connections aromado at Charlotte,
Greensboro and Raleigh, in eaoh direction.
THROUGH TIOAETU 'ire sold at Colum?
bia to Richmond, Va., Washington, D. 0.,
Baltimore, Md., ?c., ?c.-giving choice of
routes uta Portsmouth or Richmond, Va.
September 1 C. BOUKNIGHT, Bup't.
North Carolina Central Railroad.
GENERAL SUPTS OFFICE,
COMPANY Siiors, August 2i), 1867.
ON and after this date, the following
will be tho schedule over this road:
Leave Charlotte 5 o'clock p. m.; arrive
10.09 a. m.
Passengers have choice of routes via
Greensboro, Raleigh :;n;l G?lunboro, reach?
ing all points North at samo time by either
ronte. JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
ALL-RAIL PASSENGER BOLTE
Atlanta and Kew Orleans,
VIA CHATTANOOGA and GRAND JUNCTION.
Through in Forty-nine Hours !
TRAINS leave Atlanta daily at 8.45 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; making close connection?
at all points. Arrive at New Orleans at
p. m. and 11.40 p. m.
JW Passengers by trains of the Georgia
Railroad make close couneotious with this
route at Atlanta.
No Steamboat? or Omnibuses on this
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES
ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
I Fare as Low as by any other Route.
Good until used, can bo obtained flV
General Ticket Ofiice, Atlanta, Ga.; GeoT
gla Railroad. Augusta, Ga.; South Carolina
Railroad, Charleston,S. C.;South Carolina
Railroa 1, Columbia, 8. C.
JOHN B. PECK, Master Transporten,
Western and Atlantic Railroad.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
OFFICE LAURENS RAILROAD,
LAUKENS C. H., 8. O., July 12, 1867.
ON and after MONDAY, 22d instant, tho
trains will run over tuis Road as fol?
lows, until further notice:
Leave Laurens at 5 o'clock a. m. on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, and arrive
at Newberry at ll o'clock a. m.
Leave Newberry on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays,'at fifty minutes after 12
o'clock, connecting with Both trains on the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad at Hele?
na Shops. JOSEPH CREWS, Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina E. R
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, S. C., March ll, 18C6.
ON and after the 13th inst., tho Through
Mail Train will run as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston.8.00 a. m.
Arrivo at Columbia. 5.20 pfcm.
Leave Columbia. 6.50 a. m.
Arrivo at Charleston.4.00p. nt.
Trains run as follows: Mondays, Wednes?
days and Saturdays, connecting Wilming?
ton and Manchester Railroad at Kingsville.
Leave Columbia at. 1.30 P. M.
Arrivo Kingsville.8.00 P. M.
Arrivo Camden.C.05 P. M.
Leavo Camden.5 30 A. M.
Arrive Kingsville. .8.05 A. M.
Arrivo Columbia.9.50 A. M.
Sept 31 H. T. PEAKE. Gen'lJiup^L
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
PASSENGER Trains will run daily, Sun?
days excepted, as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 7.15 a. m.
*' Alston at.0.C5 "
?' Newberry at.10.35 "
Arrive at Abbovillo at. 3.13 p. m.
" at Anderson at.5.1* **
" at Greenville at.5.40 .?
Loare Groenvillo at. . COO a. m.
" Andorson at.6.30 "
" Abbeville at. fi.85 "
" Newberry at.1.20 p.m.
Arrive at Alston at.2.45 "
" at Columbi.. ?t.4.40 "
B. SLOAN, Kuporintendciit.
4SrTho Trains of this Railroad run daily
(Sundays excepted) over Blue Ridge? Rail?
road, bi t ween Anderson and Walhalla, to
connect with the up and down trainsof tho