i ? ?li y
B? HENBY ?TMEOD.
. ^ "?e*. in that dainty, ivory shrine,
' "Witt those" throe pallid bude I twino
And fold away a drona, divine- '
. One night thoy lay upon a breast
Where love hath made hin fragrant nest,
And throned mo bs a life-long guest.
Near that chaste heart they seemed to me
. Type? Of. farT?irer flowers to be
Tho rosebuds of a human treef
' Bude thai shall bloom beside my hearth,
And there bo held of richer worth
Than All the kingliest gems ot earth.
Ah mel the pathos of the thought!
I had not deemed she wanted aught.
Yet what a tender charm it wrougbl!
I know not If she marked the flam?
Thp.t lit my cheek, but not from shame,
When one swoet image dimly came.
There was r. murmur soft and low,
While folds of cambric parted alow.
?And little fingers played with snow!
How far my fancy dared to stray,
A lover's reverence need not say
Enough-the vision poseed away!
Passed in a mist of happy tears,
" While something in my tranced eara
Hummed Uko the future in a seer's
. ". 1 -~ - - .
.? . .-;
A Boarding House Romance.
.'A few years ugo, on my return
from India, I was perplexed where to
locate myself fer the winter months.
I did not at all relish the idea of
entering a new house at such an un?
favorable season; so my friends ad?
vised nie to board somewhere till tho
Boring of the coming your, and in
the meantime I could look about me
and arrange my future plans. I re?
solved to follow this advice, and it
was even suggested to my mind that
if I found this style of living agree?
able, I might continue it for the
Whole year that must ensne before
my husband joined mo, in prefer?
ence to burdening uiysslf, while
alone, with the responsibility of a
boase of my own.
According to further instructions
from obliging friends, I -aused an
advertisement to be inserted in the
Times, to the effect "that a lady, just
returned from India, required board
and residence, where she would have
pleasant and select society, and a
comfortable home, in return for libe?
I was positively inundated with
answers. Some from ladies who
"merely received a few inmates into
their home oirole for the sake of
society," but who quite repudiated
the notion pf keeping a "boarding
house;" some from the widows of
professional men, who were * .com?
pelled, through the death of their
lamented partners, to admit strangers
into the bosom of their families;"
but very few who seemed to pride
themselves upon their "old-estab?
lished houses," the excellent table
kept, the patronage of distinguished
foreigners, and sociable whist even?
ings; and to none of these latter
would my friends hear of my going
though, for my own part, I scarcely
liked the idea of intruding upon any
of those "strictly private families,"
who evidently thought the privilege
a very great one, and named the
remuneration they would kindly
accept at a proportionately high rate.
After useless and innumerable in?
terviews, besides a host of letters, I
became thoroughly stupid and be?
wildered; and having arrived at this
point, fell an easy prey to one who
evidently understood the business
most, thoroughly. Mrs. Wilson, my
captpr, took great pains to impress
me with the fact that her connections
were most "genteel," and, therefore,
"she never took any one into her
liou.se but people of the highest re?
spectability; for she had too muoh
regard for the memory of the late
Mr. Wilson to act otherwise."
Her', house was situated in a nice
part, of Bayswater; it was well fur?
nished, and well managed by the
clever widow, who seemed to know?
how to look after her own interests;
and, in' spite of "former days," when
she "had lavished money recklessly,"
she had acquired since ns fair a no?
tion of ? s. d. as it was possible for
any one to have, if they had studied
the matter all their lives.
When I made my debut in the
drawing-room the first evening of
my arrival, shortly before dinner was
announced, in addition to a sort of
general introduction, Mrs. Wilson
favored me with an especial one to
the few whom she evidently consi?
dered the creme of the assembly.
They were Mrs. Colonel Stacey, a
tall, stiff old lady, with white nair
and a faded but still handsome face,
and the manner and deportment of a
Serfect gentlewoman; but, as I soon
iscovered, one who waa ever on the
alert to obtain the best of everything
for herself, and take out the full
value of her money. Mrs. Wilson
thought it such an advantage to have
a real colonel's widow, that she yield?
ed to her whims and fancies, (not a
few,) and consulted her taste in the
choioe of viands, &c. ; and Mrs. Sta?
cey took good care to keep up this
feeling, and manacred to in?p?re, not
only Mrs. Wilson, but the other
inmates of the establishment, with a
certain kind of awe towards ber.
She did not receive me with mnuh
cordiality, and I think it was because
ribo had a kind of idea that I might
try to usurp her place, on the strength
of coming from India but she fas
slightly re-assured when she heard
that my husband "only" held a civil
appointment. Mrs. and Miss Prim?
rose, on the oontrary, overwhelmed
.- ; ,'?
mo with civilities, and might have
known me for years. The former
boxe the remania of good looks, and
was attired in tho deepest of widow'?
weeds, a style of dress which became
her, and was for this reason still
worn; for her husband, I found, had
besn defect ?iituy years. Still she
never made any allusion t? him with?
out heart-rending sighs, add even
applications to her eyes of a deeply
black-bordered cambric pocket-hand?
kerchief, and she fastened ber collar
with a funeral brooch' containing his
Lavinia 'Primrose waa a gushing,
sentimental young lady, (of seven or
eight-and-twenty I should have said,
had her mother not told me that sho
was just nineteen.) She was attired
in ..light muslin and fluttering rib?
bons, and, though not bad-looking,
she spoilt herself by an unmeaning
simper, and a profusion of feathery
ringlets that made her head look
very much like a mop.
Mrs. Primrose was quite confiden?
tial, and during the little time we
waited for dinner, she told me that
she had to make many sacrifices for
her dear girl's health, which was very
delicate. She had given up a "per?
fect" mansion near town, because the
air was not considered so good, and
she submitted to the discomforts of
a boarding-house, that she might bo
ready to start off for Italy nt the
slightest appearance of a change for
the worse, for the dear girl, she
feared, was consumptive, and of such
a nervous, finely-wrought nature,
that she required the most tender
For my own part, I could not dis?
cover anything particularly delicate
in the round face and rather too
plump figure of the young lady; so I
ventured to suggest that sh? would
very iikeiy outgrow the dreaded symp?
toms, and that even now I could not
pay her the bad compliment to say
she looked ill.
^CONTINUED IN OUR NEXT. I
THE NEWBERRY HERALD,
BY T. V. & H. XI. GKENEKER,
NEWBERRY, C. H., 8. C.,
18 circulated extensively throughout the
upper part of the state. It is an excel?
lent medium for Columbia merchants to
introduce themselves to tho people of that
section of country. _Oct 6
A Truly Wonderful Medicine!
OEIMTSH'S QUEBS'S DELIGHT.
Liver Complaint Cured by Queen's
THE symptoms of Liver Complaint are
uneasiness and pata in the right side,
and soreness npon touch immediately
under the inferior ribs; in ability to he
spon the left side, or, if at ilLa dragging
sensation is produced * men seriously
affects respiration, causing, very often, a
troublesome cough. Together with these
symptoms, wo perceive a coated tongue,
acidity of tho stomach, deficiency of per?
spiration, and sometimes a sympathetic
pain in tho shoulder, with a groat disposi?
tion to sleep, and depression of spirits,
and sometimes sores in the mouth or
throat. These symptoms, if permitted to
continue, will eventually produce consump?
tion, the most buuelul of all diseases.
Tho symptoms of Dy spepsia aro various;
those affecting the stomach aro nausea,
heart-burn, loss of appetite, disgust for
food, sometimes a depraved appetite,
sense of fulness or weight in the stomach,
sinking or fluttering in the pit of tho sto?
mach, sour eructations, coatod tongue,
acidity of tho stomach, hurried and diffi?
cult breathing, ?fcc.
The sympathetic affections are very di?
versified-cold feet, pain or weakness
through the limbs, swimming of the head,
sudden flushes of host. Sec.
The 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
Are sources of insanity. From disordei
or obstruction, a morbid action of thouym
?iathotio and other nerves follows, and tin
unctions of the bruin are impaired and
dorenged; derangement there will alsc
produce diseawe of the heart, skin, lung*
and kidneys. It is owing to thc samt
causo that thousands die with Cholera
Bilious or Yellow Fever, and that mosl
baneful disease, Consumption.
Tho origin of numerous cases of Cou
sumption is impaired digestion; and many
many cases of supposed Consumptioi
could be entirely cured by tho uso of tlx
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, as tho emaciation
debility aud cough attending weakness o
tho digestive organs aro so near allied t(
thu symptoms of Consumption, that tin
ono diseaae is frequently mistaken for th?
It is a well-established fact that full:
one-half of tho female portion of ou
population are seldom in the oujoyment o
good health, or, to use their own cxpros
sion, "never feel well." They are languid
devoid of all energy, extremely ncrvou
and have no appetite. To this class o
invalids, tho Queen's Delight is especiad*
recommended. Their peculiar tonic am
invigorating properties render it invalua
ble iu snob cases. Tho patient should im
mediately discard all pills and powders, a
they only weaken tho ny nt em, and resort t<
tho use of tho Queen's' Delight, the in vu
riablo result of which will bo a stroug am
hearty constitution, a disappearance of al
nervousness, a good appetite and a porfec
restoration to health.
Weak and delicate children aro mud
strong by using tho Qneen's Delight. Ii
fact, it is a Family Medicine; it can bo ad
ministered with perfect safety to a chit
throe months old, the mt?tdencatcfcm.Al
ui m man oi ni not v.
mW Bo sure unc? ;isk for "HEINITSH*
QUEEN'S DELIGHT:" none other is gent
?ne. For sale by FISHER A HEINITSH,
July 9 DrnKpistH, Columbia. H. C.
GENTLEMEN who aro fond of tho abov
GAME, will find a splendid 8ALOO
ovor the store of
Sept 15 JOHN 0. BEEPERS A 00.
FRESH LAGER BEER.
AT WHOLESALE AND R?TAU,.
JOHN 0. SEEGERS 4 CO.
GEO. C. DUNBAR,
BunJicr. ana CommUetQa Broker
ri BO?THEBN SECURITIES, Tel*
graph and Express Stocks, County, City
aid Town Bonds, Oas Stocks and miscel?
laneous Railroad Securities. Mo. 7 WALL
STREET, NEW YORK. *&~Refers to Dr.
John Fisher and Col. L. D. Childs, Colum?
bia, S. C._July 19 8mo
JAMES CONNER'S 80KS
United States Type Foundry
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
N08. 28, 80 and 82 Centre etroetjcorner
of Re ide street, ) Now York. The type
on which this paper is printed is from the
ab?vo Foundry. _NOT 18
21,23, 25 AND 27 BROAD WA t, JV*. Y.
opFosrrs BOWLING OBEEK.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE STEVENS HOUSE is well aud
widely known to tho traveling public.
The location is especially suitable to mer?
chants aud business men; it is in closo
proximity to tho business part of the city,
is on tho highway of Southern and West?
um travel, and adjacent to all tho princi?
pal railroad and steamboat depots.
Tho Stevens Ilouso has liberal accom?
modation for over 300 guests; it is well fur?
nished, and possesses every modern
improvement for tho comfort and enter?
tainment of its inmates. Thc rooms hav?
ing been refurnished and remodeled, wo
are enabled to offer extra facilities for the
comfort aud pleasure of our guests. The
rooms aro spacious and well ventilated
provided with gas and water; the attend?
ance is prompt and respectful, and tho
tablo is genorousiy provided with evory
delicacy of the season-at moderate rates.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.,
May 31 6m6_Proprietors.
' SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
Bought and sold on commission toy
LAWRENCE. BROS. & CO.,
NO. 16 WALL STREET. NEW TORE.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at the regular Stock Ex?
change by a member of tho firm. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited. April 8
DKWITT C. LAWBENGE. JOHN R. CECIL.
CYBUS J. LA WHENCE. WM. A. HALSTEU
Richland District-In Equity.
Franklin H. Elraoro and Albert R. Elmore,
Adm'rs, vs. Grace B. Elmore et al.-Bill
to Marshal Assets, Sale, of Real Estate,
IN pursuance of the decretal order in the
above stated ease, tho creditors of
HARRIET 0. ELMORE, decoased, aro
hereby required to establish their de?
mands before mc, on or before tho first day
of January next. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
July 14 mw3mo_C^E. R. D._
John W. Parker vs. John L. Boatwright,
Adm'r, et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order in tho
above stated case, tho creditors of tho
late JOHN H. BOATWRIGHT ai o directed
to render and establish their demands
against the estate, before me, in Columbia,
on or before the first day of October next.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
July ll mwSmo
M. D. Wood, Adm'r de bonis non, et ux et
al., vs. Mrs. Ann Beck et al.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order in the
above stated caso, tho creditors of the
late CHAS. BECK aro hereby required to
prove their domands before me, within
threo months from publication hereof, and
to file their objections to tho prayers of
the complainants' hill.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
July 14 mw3mo
Mrs. Emma T. Hopkins, Executrix, vs.
Henry Caughman et al.-Bill for Sale of
IN pursuanco of the decretal order in tho
above stated case, tho creditors of
WRIGHT DENLEY, deceased, aro horoby
directed to establish their demands before
me, in Columbia, on or boforo tho first
day of December next.
D. B. DESAUSSURE. C. E. R. D.
Edward Kinsler and Henry O. Kinsler,
Executors of J. J. Kinsler, deceased, vs.
Amelia B. Kinsler et al.-Bill for Injunc?
tion, Sale of Real Estate, <Cc.
IN pursuance of tho decretal ordor in the
above stated case, the creditors of the
late J. J. KINSLER aro hereby required to
establish their demands against t..e estate,
before me, in Columbia, ou or before tho
firet day of January next.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
July 14_ mwSmo
IT has como to our knowledge that per?
sons from tho country and citv, order?
ing that GREAT MUDIi ?NB, the QUEEN'S
DELIGHT, have their ordeis filled by an?
other medicine, called Epping's Sarsapa?
rilla. This is a pernicious habit on thc
part of any druggist or apothecary to
mako such substitutions, and it must re?
flect upon their pharmaceutical knowledge
to say to their customers that they aro tua
same, when it is known they do not know
tho constituents ot the medicino Queen's
Delight, as prepared by Heinitsh.
This is to caution thu people that "HEI
NITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT" is an en?
tirely different article-r. new pharmaceu?
tical product and combination of roots and
gumti, and is tho only medicine that per?
forms so many extraordinary cures among
the people. Over 1,600 bottles have been
sold at our store in lesB than eleven
months, and tho demand increasing from
all parts of the couutry.
Purchasers should be careful to ask for
"Hemitsh's Queen's Delight." This is the
narnu. I'loasu remember it-"Queen's De?
light." For salo bv
FISHER ? HEINIT8H,
_Wholesale and Ht-tall Druggists.
TUST BS?EIV2D, at tho "Industrial
el Association," Ladies' Sacque Patterns,
of the latest style. Also, very beautiful
Brailling Put terns, for Yoke Drosses and
Gowciis A constant supply of Braiding
and Embroidery Patterns, suitablo for au
styles of work, can be had.
Remember, ladies, it matters not how
small may bo tho purohase. every little you
contribute to this Asnooiation is so much
given towards the support of tho poor and
destitute of onr land. September 8
~ MOLASSES AND SYRUPT
t) 5 barrels Bee Hive Syrup.
100 sacks Family Flour.
August 23 E. A G. D. HOPE.
General Southern Agency.
SOUTH E?iHM BTfl 601 WABBKB,
COL?MBIA, S. C.
THE " UNIVERSAL " SAW GIN AND CONDENSEE.
THEY gin EASTER, CLEANER, and raak? a botter SAMPLE iban any Gins in tho
conn! ry, with tho ?vue pcvrcr. Tuev ii ave been adopted by the East India Cotton
Agency Company, by tho Manchester Cotton Supply Asoooiation, by tho Viceroy of
Egypt, and by the Governments of Turkey, Brazil, Italy, Greece aud India, in their
efforts to raise this staple in their midst; and their merits are oven more fully under
stdod by thoBO UBing thom in our own country during tho last two years.
COTTON OPENERS, DEDERICK'S COTTON AND HAY PRESSES,
WORLD RENOWNED PREMIUM GRAIN DRILL,
IMPROVED GUANO ATTACHMENT AND GRASS SEED SOWERS.
Thc PLANTER'S FAVORITE-the desideratum of sccderB-perfect in mechanical
construction; perfect in its performance of work; no bunching of gram; no liability of
getting out (.f order or broken.
WALTER A. WOOD'S SELF-RAKE REAPER AND NEW JOINTED
BAR MOWER COMBINED.
_ Thcso machines have boeu awarded tho highest prizes ever offered in England,
franco and America, viz: International Exhibition Medal, London, 18C2; International
Exhibition Medal, Dublin, 1805; besides being triumphant at tho recont Paris Exposi?
tion, Paris, 1807. Tho Wood's Self-Rako Reaper and Mower has received more than one
hundred and tifty Gold and Silver Medals and First-class Prizes, establishing their
grear superiority uvor all other machines. Combiniug light draught, close cutting,
simplicity in construction, portability, Ac, they aro unequaled.
SAW MILLS, Portable and Stationery,
EUREKA BRICK MACHINE COMPANY.
RUMSEY & CO.'S CELEBRATED PUMPS AND BELLS.
LEVER STUMP EXTRACTOR.
The Pioneer Stump Puller and Rock T.iff.er. Piro!, groat power. Two mon sufficient
to riise i?rc?tj-?YO thousand pounds.
OTIS LIGHTNING ROD COMPANY,
Howe's Standard SCALES and COTTON BEAMS,
Eureka Agricultural Works Pbyfer Plow,
Albany Packham's Georgia Cotton Seed Planter,
Sancho Panza Wind-Mill Company,
Empire Shingle Machine Company,
The Portable and Stationery Engine Company.
RICHARDSON, MERRIAM <fe CO.'S WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
Oliver & Co. 's Rubber and Leather Belting,
ALL KINDS OF HOSE,
Grant Fan Mill and Cradlo Company,
"Nonpareil" Washing Machine Company,
Boyer & Bro.'s Premium Farm Grist Mills.
Triple Geared, Lever and Endless Railway HORSE POWERS,
Threshing Machines, Cleaners and Separators, combined.
Magie, Lever and Hide Roll Feed Cutters and Plows,
Reversible and Expanding Cultivators,
LITTLE GIANT CORN MILLS,
Recommendations by tho best partios throughout the State, who have purchased and
used many of the above machines, are constantly coming to hand. Continued uso is
a guarantee of satisfaction. Call and examine machines in operation, and leave your
orders. Terms accommodating, at Manufacturer's prices, freight added. Descriptive
catalogues aud circulars sunt on application. Agents wanted wherever nono are ap?
A. R. COLTON, Proprietor.
\V. li. LOWRANCE, Manager. Sept 2G
EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF THE
"UNIVERSAL" COTTON GIN AND CONDENSER,
INVENTED AND PATENTED BY HORACE Ii. EMERY.
rklHESE GIN8 and CONDENSERS are adapted for running right or left hand, and
1 for either HAND, HORSE, HTEAM or WATER POWER, and in points of SIMPLI?
CITY, DURABILITY, EFFICIENCY and ECONOMY, they have PROVED themselves
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS IN USE.
Also, COMPLETE PORTABLE COTrON GINNING OUTFITS, adapted for traveling
about and TOLL GINNING, Emery's Endless Chain and Lever Horse Powers, Tress?
ing Machines, Cotton Presses, Baw Mills, etc., etc., ail of which can be senn in practi?
cal operation at the SOUTH CAROLINA COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE.
A. R. COLTON, General Agent,
Near Greenville and Charleston Railroad Depots, Columbia, 8. C.
MST Call and examine or send for circulars. Sont 22
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
GENERAL 8?PT8 OFFICE. %
CHARLSSTCK, S. C., October 3, 1807. w
ON ?nd after OCTOBER 6, 1867, tho
Passenger Trains on the South Caro?
lina Railroad will rnn as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia. 4.30 a. m.
Arrive at Kingsville.11.15 a. m.
Leave Kings ville.11.40 a. m.
Arrivo at Columbia. 1.10 p. m.
Leavo Columbia...-.10.00 a. m.
Arrive at Kingsville.11.35 a. m.
Leave Kingsville.12.05 p. m.
Arrive at Charleston.7.05 p. m.
Leave Charleston for Augusta. .10.40 a. m.
Aarive at Augusta. .7.40 p. m.
! Loave Augusta.3.40 a. m.
1 Arrive at Charleston.12.20 p. m.
The Passenger Train on tho Camden
Branch ^will connect with np and down
Columbia Trains and Wilmington and Man?
chester Railroad Trains on "MONDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Night Expross Freight and Passenger
Accommodation Train will run as follows,
on and after tho 8th inst., viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia. .5.40 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.00 a. m.
Leavo Columbia. 3.00 p. m.
Arrivo at Charleston..8.20 a. m.
Leavo Charleston for Augusta.. .7.80 p. m.
Arrive at Augusta._6.50 a. m.
Leave Augusta.4.10 p. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 a. m.
Oct 5 H. T. PEAKE. Gen'l Bup't.
CHANOE OF SCHEDULE.
Charlotte & South Carolina R. R. Co.
COLUMMA, S. C., October 5, 1867.
ON and after SUNDAY next, the 6th in?
stant, the Trains over this Road will
run as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 1.40 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.9.40 p. m.
Leave Charlotte at. 1.40 a. m.
Arrivo at Columbia at.......... 9.40 a. m.
Making close connection for aU points
North and Benth.
Pa? ?en g ero ??kisg ibis ronto, going
North, have choice of route from Greens?
boro, Weldon or Portsmouth.
49" Tickets good over either route.
Baggago checked through.
For THROUGH TICKETS to Richmond.
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and
Now York, apply at the Ticket Office, foot
of Blanding street.
North Carolina Central Railroad.
GENERAL 8UP'TS OFFICE,
COMPANY SHOPS, August 29, 1867.
ON and after this date, the following
will be the schedule over this road:
Leave Charlotte 5 o'clock p. m.; arrive
10.09 a. m.
Passengers havo choice of routes via
Greensboro, Raleigh and Goldsboro, roach?
ing all points North at same time by oither
route. JAB. ANDERSON, Bup't.
DOUBLE DAILY '
ALL-RAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
Atlanta and New Orleans,
Y1.V CHATTANOOGA and GRAND JUNCTION.
Through in Forty-nine Honrs !
TRAINS leave Atlanta daily at 8.45 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; making close connect ions
at all points. Arrivo at Nen Orleans at
p. m. and 11.40 p. m.
47* Passengers by trains of the Georgia
Railroad make close connections with thia
route at Atlanta.
No Steamboats or Omnibuses on this
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES
ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
BAGGAGE: CHECKED THROUGH.
Fare as Low as by any other Route.
Good until used, can be obtained .at
General Ticket Office, Atlanta, Ga.; Geor?
gia Railroad, Augusta. Ga.; South Care
Railroad, Charleston,S. C.;South Care
Hui Ire a ., Columbia, 8. C.
JOHN B. PECK, Master Transport'n,
Western and Atlantic Railroad.
July 17_ 8mo
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
OFFICE LAURENS RAILROAD,
LA?KENS C. H., 8. C., July 12,1867.
ON and alter MONDAY, 22d instant, tho
traine will run over this Road as fol?
lows, until further notice:
Leave Laurens at 5 o'clock a. m. on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, and arrivo
at Newberry at ll o'clock a. m.
Loave Newberry on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays, at fifty minutes after 12
o'clock, connecting witli both trains on tho
Grcenvillo and Columbia Railroad at Hele?
na Shops. J08EPH CREWS, Sup'U
July 16_? ? '
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
PASSENGER Trains will run daily, Sun?
days excepted, as follows:
Leavo Columbia at. 7.15 a. m.
" Alston at.9.05 V
" Newberry at.10.86 "
Arrivo at Abbevdle at.8.18 p. m.
" at Anderson at.6.1t **
- " at Greenville at.. 6.40 T
Leave GreenviUe at. 6.00 a. ia. '
" Anderson at.0.80 " i
" AbboviUeat. 8.85 " ;
" Newberry at.1.20 p. m.j
Arrive at Alston at.2.45 "
" at Columbia at. 4.40 "
B, SLOAN, Superintendent.
*e-Tho Trains of this Railroad run daily
(Sundays excepted) over Blue Ridge Rail?
road, between Anderson and Walhalla, tc
connect with thA nn and devrr. V?B??IQV? t'nej
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS !
THE 6000 POTASH.
ANEW POTASH, or CONCENTRATED
LYE: will make better soap, with lose,
trouble, tuan any other potash out. It ia
much cheaper, and a ready soap-maker.
Try it. Try it. New things must be tried.
This Potash is genuine, and is warranted
to make Soap. Buy it at the right place,
and you wont be deceived. Tua Grand
Potash is for sale only by ft
FISHER A HEINITSH. DTUggisV M
BARLEY ! BARLEY ! !
WE WANT about 3.000 bushels of gonfl
denn Barley, for brewing Lag?
Per. Tho cash will bo paid on deliver J
at market rates. J. C. BEEGERB ? CO. IC
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