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The Baby mysteries.
B? OEOBOE M'DONAI.D. F
Tiners did you come from, baby dear?
Out of tho everywhere into here.
Whero did you get your eyes so blue?'
Oat of tho sky as I came through. .
What makes the light hi them sparkle and
s Somo of the starry spikes.are left in.
Whor? did yon got that little tear?
I found.it waiting when 1 gothoro. "
What makes your forehead so slick and high?
A soft hand stroked it as I went hy;
What makes your cheek liko a warm, white
Something better than any ono knows.
Whence that three-cornered smilo of bliss? '
. Three angels at once gavo me a kfBB.
Whence did you get tkat pearly ear?
God spoke and it camq out here. .
i ? . . .i- . 7 ?y ??? t.V
Where did'yon gei those arms and HaTida?
Lovo mado itsolf into hooks and bands.
Foot, whence aro you, darling things?
From the same box ae tho ohorub's winga.
How did they all j rust como to bo you? a ;
Clod thought about me and so I grew,. <* *
But how did yon como to us, you dear?
Qod thought of you-and so I'm hore.
HoW un Honest mun Outlived ICnavrl y.
Marmon to was a walled town in a pro
vinoe of France, i In one of tho houses
near the ramparts lived a carpenter
named Benoit. He was a sober man,
who said-little; lio had Tollo wed seve?
ral 'trade's, 'behn * a'soldier, traveled a
great deal and had many adventures, but
as ho never epoko of them, tho towns?
people thought he had nothing good to
tell, \< r M tri li!
The only pornoo that he was fit all Cor?
dial with was an old soldier named
Trappo, who had saved his life in battle.
This man was a great talker and boaster,
and, Benoit snspeoted, a knave. He
had sot' up'?a 'barber's shop! 'Jn'ft fitreot
neat'by.1 Ohe evening, he "c?lledupon
Benoit, to ask him to drink a bottle of
wine tvt the cheval noir wit h two old com?
rades whb hod served in the Bakno r?gi?
ment. At first. Benoit rofaeed, but
when Trappo told him tba? it waa the
anniversary of the battle in ' whibh he
had saved his life, ho accepted and in?
sisted upon paying .the scorer fWben hf
reaotreef'th?^cab&ret,' he] ternt?? two ill
looking fellows whom he bad heyer eeerj
before. They sat drinking together..ic
the public room' on til nearly ll o'olock,
Benoit, after spending more monoj
than he had ever spent at an inn it
Marmonts before, bade them good
night, abd 'wont home, followed' bj
Trappe, who was talking loudly, np tc
tho room where Madame Benoit and itel
son were. Trappo laughingly forcee
them to drink two glasses of wine witl
him. Benoit annoyed, walked to th?
window, and when he turned around
was astonished to find Trappo gone. H
remembered this af terward, but though
little qt it at tho time, bA- was so sleep:
with the wine. Ho then fastened hi
doors and windows, and tra?.! *o bed.
The next morning, he was astonishes
to find his shop door ajar, and, on goin
np to his lumber-loft, that the windoi
was open. He said nothing, for it wa
not his cuRtom to talk about what he di
not understand. On going to his wort
he found the whole town in excitement
and talking abont a great robbery con
milted during the night. He soon pei
ceived, too, that he was avoided, an
many cast strange glances at him. The
he heard a neighbor say:
"I noticed Benoit's shop door opene
la?t, night, after ll o'clock, a most ant
suai thing; no lights-police-"
He passed on, so Benoit heard n
more, but his suspicions wore arousec
He felt snre Trappe did not leave b
hou?o the night before till all wei
asleep, and that he had opened the dor
to the robbers. He remembered tb
wino, too. He went to the barber
"Trappe," said he, "thoa hast save
my life; I shall Bay nothing."
The next day, Trappo disappeared.
From this time proofs Beamed to ace
mu?ate against Benoit. The polis
found the tracks of the robbers from h
roof to the ramparts. A ellver spot
belonging to a family who bad be?
robbed of their plate was found nod
the window of the lumber loft. Bent
was arrested, and brought before tl
court. The Judge asked him if 1
"left the door and window open?"
He answered "No."
"Then," Baid the Judge, "do yt
know who did open them?"
"No," said Benoit, for ho did n
know that^ Trappe had done it.
* *Do you Buepeot any one?" *
"No, monsieur. As I am suspect
unjustly, I have no right to sosp?
. In short, he answered every questii
honestly, without inculpating Tra pi
The Judge finding no proof against hi
was obliged to set him free. It was o
dent to him, however, from the mani
of his disohargo, and tho talk of I
people about the court, that he was s
snspeoted. He showed no emotion, I
went quietly home. After embraci
his wife and eon, who woro transport
with joy to soe him again, ho auid to t
"Sylvester, you will hear everywh
that, although I am acquitted, I am
less thought a knave. Be not disquiet
thia will not last forever."
1 His wife was frightened at what1 he
said? and did not bol i nv o it. She vi out,
out to talk with her neighbors. Some
turned their backs and would have no?
thing to Bay to her; others looked at her
with pity, and ehragged their shoulders,
as if to eay: . '. .
"Poor woman, it ia not her fault."
Others declared to her^^hat1 they!
After defending her husband warmly^
she returned homo weeping, and saying
that she would "live ho longer in Mar?
"If I go away," Says Benoit, ';I shall
leave a bad name behind mo." .
"But what good will it do for yo? to
remuin?" asked Madame Benoit. '
"I mean to recover my good reputa?
tion," nnswered ho.
"But you will lose all, y oar. custom i
era." ' K "
"No," said-Bouoit, "tor I will .be the
best carpenter-in town."
"There are othera quito- as ' good as
you; what will you do to make ybpraelf
better than they?" said his wife.
"By taking tho most difficult work
and trying to .make it perfect'.", 1
Benoit had w'o'rk on hand when he tvafl
arrested. He hastened to. finish itt Ho
did'it BO well, so pr?mptly and sd rea?
sonably, that the firm continued to em?
ploy him in spite of their bad opinion of
him. Ho arose two hours-earlier every
morning, and retired later; he labored
diligently, so as to biro fower workmen,
and be able to work cheaper, although
he furnished the boat material and work?
manship. ThUB ho not Only kept his
own customers, but acquired now ones.
He knew people thought ill of him,
and wero often afraid to trust him alone
in a room, but ho took no notice and
quietly. smiled to himself. But if any
one spoke rudely to him in ? the street,
while passing along, he gave su oh a look
that the insult was never repeated. He
saw, too, how his accounts were ex?
amined, but he took care to. make them
so olear, so detailed, and supported them
with such proof?, that his customers
sometimes finished by saying:
"You take more pains than you need
"No," said he; Vi know your opinion
of me. lt is necessary that yon should
see dearly that I do not deceive you. "
About this time a houae took fire and
threatened the one next to it. Several
workmen tried to prevent the fite reach?
ing it, bat soon desisted on account ol
the danger. Xi en oit arrived at the dooi
of the threatened house. The servante
dared, not,allow him to enter witboul
leave from their master, whom they coule'
not find. He pushed through them arie
entered the door; Baying: '.
. "H I happen to eave tho house, yoi
can see afterward if I have stolen any
. He mounted, alone to the top of tilt
house; wherein o one dared to follow him
Passing through a chamber, he saw ?
watch lying pn^the mantlepiece.,.. He pu
itt in ixia' pooket to-prevent its befni
stolen; then thinking if he were t
perish in the flames, and this watc]
found on him,'ii would prove him a rob
"ber, he concealed it in a vase near by
climbed to tho spot nearest the fire
stood where -the flames had airead
reached, and, wi th1 a few blows of hi
hatchet, cat off all communication be
tween the two houses.
Coming down he met tho master c
the house. He showed him tho watel
"I pnt it thore," said he, "because
thought if it were stolen, yon woul
think I took it."
The upright conduct of Benoit coi
stantly Been by the public, began t
make a favorable impression.
A rioh man came to the province 1
build a large manufactory. He inquire
for the best carpenter in Marmonto.
was impossible not to point out Benoi
He employed him, and was so pleas*
I with his zeal, intelligence, and uprigb
I ness, that he at once pronounced hi
, an honest man. As he was a person <
'importance, this produced great effect
The reputation of Benoit as a wor
man soon extended thronghoot the pr
vince. He was put in charge of gre
enterprises. He was even able to and?
take smaller ones on his own acoour
This brought him in contact with m
of all classes, and every one spoke big
ly of him. He was watohed no longei
People still wondered how his windi
and door oame to be open on the nig
of the robbery, and many believed
could have told. The rioh man w
had employed him to build his mar
factory, and who was very much inti
ested m him, told him he ought to <
plain the circumstance.
"Why should I?" asked Benoit. "I
reputation for honesty is established,'
The adventure was almost forgottt
when a robber named Trappe was
rested in a neighboring province, w
con fessed that ho committed the. d<
whioh had nearly ruined poor Benoit
"Well," said Benoit quietly, when I
towns-people Came to congratulate hi
"I was sure an honest man could not
ways pass for a knave."
The following speech is attributed t
member of the Legislature of Ponnt
vania: "I know wimen, Mr. Speaker
say it ia no disrespect; I know 'om
have bad aheap todo with 'em. Thej
a useful class, and-yet with the bes
'em yon may have trouble."
i THB MILLS HOUf
AjjSkT-^S CharloBton, H. G.. hae roch
flfllSftSB&ft' its rato ot Transient boar
rWKBH?BBBC?3.C)() per day daring thoa
mer months. J. PARKET;, Prupriotc
G. W. PABKER, Superintendent.
May 31 3mo _
3?AA ACRES of LAND in Barn'
.?UU on the Edisto.
7G0 ACRES in Kershaw-In lots to sn
Saw Mill and 2.000 acres of Land in Loi
ton, on North Edisto, $7,000.
2,600 acres Wateres Bottom Land, $2 pr
2,500 acres crook bottom and pino Lan
$2 por aero. 1 House in this city, $G
HOUSE and thirtcon acres LAND, noa:
oity-t8,600. Apply to JOHNBAUSKEl
Attorney at Law and Boal Estate Ago
Book, Job and.Newspaper:
STE|M PRINTING ESTABLISRMEST
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TILE Proprietor of tbo PIKEKIX. baa fitted up
and thoroughly furnished.his offiau for the
execution of all kinda letter preea PRINTING.
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The Type, Border,Eulo, Ornaments, Cute,Ac.
are of MODERN HT Y LE and carefully selected.
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of tb? MOST
ing Platen' .
The Presses are
' Hoe, Adams
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Professional Men, Merchants. Manufacturers
and Mechanics, supplied with any style work,
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With the LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, tho style, quality and coat of
work cannot fail tb'give satisfaction.
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Orders from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and work promptly forwarded.
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Phials theonly%^^frM2?aaf establishment
in tho interior ^5^^^?^-of tho .State,
where SHEET%Wia/.w|> POSTERS ?fcc.
can bo put up ^^W^JfS?s?- in good style.
J.A.8ELBY, -i^fiaSs*^ Proprietor.
GRAND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION !
RICKETS to tho Concerts of tho SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO?
CIATION ready for salo and delivery. Ail orders from tho country promptly filled. Agents
?ranted for the Counties ot Lancaster, Lexington! Spartanburg, Greenville, Abbeville, Oco
100 andPickohs. Apply to ' D. GAMDRDLL A CO.,
June G , Goueral Agents, Columbia, S. O. ,
. OF .'
CHARLESTON.- SOUTH CAROLINA.
FALL AMD WINTER OF 1871,
THE subscribers, Jobbers and "Wholosalo- Dealers in the city of Charleston, 8, C., beg to
call the attention of the merchants of tho interior of this and tho adjoining States to
this market, as being now ono of tho most desirable iu which to procure full supplies oT all
articles they may require. . . ;
Tho wants of the countrv having rapidly increased, with ample facilities to enable us to
procuro our supplies direct from first bands in Europo and this country, wo aro now prepared
to exhibit more varied and oompleto stocks of acasonablo GOODS than at anyfperiod since
tho war, and will dispoeo of them on,as good terms an any other market. -''
' "Daily facilities afforded ior shipment of goods to any point desired." i .?
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EDWIN BATES & CO., No. 124 Meetiug MARSHALL A BURGE, No. 143 Meeting
at ree t. -.- street. ' .. i .
JOHNSTON, CREWS A CO., No? 41 Hayno CRANE, BOYL8TON Sc CO., corner Hayu?
street. and Meeting streets., . i ?
EDWIN.BATE8.&CO., No. 122 Meeting Btreet. 1
Fanoy Goods, Notions, &c.
STEELE A WARDELL, No. 167 Mooting I JOH^ S. FAIRLY A CO., No. 35 Hayno
street. ? 1 . I street. .
SELL A. FOSTER, No. 27 Hayno atreet.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
CHARLES A. LENGNICK, No. 1G1 Meeting street.
' j!.. Boots and Shoes.; j
D..F. FLEMING A CO., corner Hayno and I T. M. RRISTOLL A CO., No. 145 Maying
Church streets. | atreot.. i /p V *.
(E. B. 8TODDARD Sc CO., No. 1C5 Metting street.
Eats and Caps.,
THOMAS M. HORSEY Sc. BRO.,'No. 25 1 EDMONDS T. BROWN, No. 43 Hajno
Hayno street. I street.
J. E. ADGE"R & CO.,NOI439 Meeting ?ti | HART Sc CO., No. S9Hayne,atreet. '.'1
i ; . . i i. . 0. GBAYELEY, corner East Bay and Boyce's Wjiarf. . n ' ^ . . '
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware and Carriage Materials.
. ,' " R^TH?ML?NSON St CO., No. 137 Meeting ?treot.
Drugs andi Medicines. .
; , GOODRICH, WIREMAN A CO., No. 35 Hayno atreot. -,
Crockery and Glassware. t
WM. L. WEBB, No. 128 Meeting street.
.u ; \ . ...... ?-. (. .j
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO., corner Hayno and Church streets'.
Groceries, Liquors, &o.
J. A. QUACEENBUSH, No. 122 EaBt Bay | W.H. CH AFEE A CO., No. 207' EaeY Bay
street. ... I street. '>.-..
BOLLMANN BROS., No. -East Ray street.
Paints, Oils, Glass, &c. ? .
HOLMES A CALDER, No. 205 East Ray I WM. M. BIRD A CO., corner East Bajand
street. | Cumberland strocts. . ,
Job Printer, Stationer and Book-seller.
EDWARD TERRY, 149 Meeting street.
Type and Printing Material, Paper, Stationery, Job and Book Printing.
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL, 3 Broad atreet, and 100 East Bay.
Ang ll t2mo
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
COLUMBIA) S. C.
? ? .
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL., SOOO.OOO.
John B. Palmer, rresideut.
A. O. Brenizcr, Gaehior.
G. N. O. Butt, AaaiBtant CaBhier.
J. Eli Grogg,John B. Palmor, F. W. Mellas
tor, B. D. Benn, of B. D. Bonn A Bon; G. W.
Bearden, of Copeland A Bearden; H. L. Bryan,
of Brvan A McCarter; W. C. Swaffield, of B.
A W. O. Bwaffleld.
P. Iv". McMaster, Solicitor.
THIB Bank is now opon for tho transaction
of a general banking business.
CEBTiriCATEfl OP DEPOSIT of curroncy or
coln, bearing interest at the rato of seven (7)
per cont, per annum, in kind, will bo issued.
Deposits from County Officers Especially so?
licited: also, from Trustees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, bud others.
Particular attention given to acconnts of
Ci'.y and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and tho usual accommodations ex?
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks', Bonds, Gold, Silver bought and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a Bmall
Sight Drafts drawn direct on all tho promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Befgivm, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit issued,
j ayablo in any of the abovn places
Drafts on all tho prominent cities io tho
United States honght and eofd; ' . .
Banking Houso opposito Columbia Hotol.
Open from 9 to 3^ _ Feb 28 ly
NO FIUE USED IN W ASHING.
WARFIELD'8 COLD WATER SOAP.
THIS SOAP washes perfectly in cold water,
soft, hard or salt. It removes grease,
oil and paint from garments. Itwatdieeali
kinds of goods-col tnn. flannel, hil? or woden.
It eic an BOH silvor, plated ware and Jewelry
without scritching. If thc articles Bre much
tarnished, rub them with a piece bf Haime)
which has plenty nf the Soup Mi it. To people
wini do their own v ashing, it is Invaluable.
It will ?ave itu COM in m?e warliing. For sale,
in bozos ol thirty-bix hms. bv
April 9 Agent Tor Knuth Carolina:
MUS. fi. J. WYATT informs her friends
and the public in general, tliat HIIC lins
opened a PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, on
Plain street, near Bull. Tho house is large
and airy, and guests may expect tho comforts
of a home._ May 2
COUNTY CLAIMS AND J Ult Y CKIITI
?(KiCATicy bought uv
Fob 5 D. (?AltBRILL, Broker.
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
Fur Slglit Ia Prlcelesil
But the Diamond Speataoles will Preserve lt.
IP yon value your oyesight use theeo PER
FKCT liRNSES. Ground from minute
crystal pebble?, melted together, and derive
their name "Diamond" on account of their
hardness and brilliancy. They viii last man v
years without chango, and aro warranted su?
perior to all others, manufactured by
J. E. SPENCER A CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.-None genuine nnlesB stamped
with our trade mark. WM. GLAZE, Jewoler
and Optician, is sole agent for Columbia, B.
C., from whom they can only bo obtained.
No poddlora employed. July 20 (lily
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
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Deposits of $1 and Upwards Beceived,
IN TE II KU TALLO WED A T THE RA TE Ol
SEVEN PER CENT. PEE ANN UH.
ON CED Tl FICA JES OE DEPOSIT,
AND SIJC PER CENT. COM
POUNDED EVE EY SIJ?
MONTHS ON A COO UNTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
JohuR. Palmor, / V(- r,." _
John P. Thomas, \ Vioe-Presidwts.
A. Ci Pr eui Ker, Cashier;
J. li. Sawyer, Assistant Gabbier, in
chargo of Rrah'chea.
John G. R. Smith, Assistant Cashiftr.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. 0. Has?
kell, F. W. McMaster, John P. Thomas. E. H.
HeimtHII , John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
J. Eli ^regg, Marion.
O. T. Bcott, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
DanielRavonol, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Labororo, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may here deposit thor ?av
mgs and draw a liberal rate of interest there*
ou. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustee*
wishing to draw interest en their fnnds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to sot apart small
?ums for their children, and Married Woroon
und Minor? (whoso deposits can only be with*
drawn by themselves, or, in oaso of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
Aside funds for future uso. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumul?t o, and, at
tho samo time, be subject to withdrawalwhejj
Headed. Aug 18
A frosh supply of Rromon Lager at POL?
Change of Schedule. w
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, fl
WlLMINOTON, COLOMBIA ii AUQUSTA R. R. Co., 1
WILMINGTON, N. C., AUOUBT 0. 1871. I
jgg-ymr:13mlfollowing achoduio wm 1
bo ran by trains on (his roath
1MY EX PB EBB TRAIN [-DAILY.]
Lcavo Wilmington [Union Depot] 3 60 A. BI.
Arrive at Florence. 0.18 A. H. t
Arrive at Kingsville. 12.20 P. M.
LCBVO Kingsville. 0.10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. 12 03 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 5 80 P.M.
N IO HT EXI'ttESS THAIN, [DAILY,] SUNDAY EX?
Loavo Wilmington. 7.10 P.M.
Arrive at Florence..'. 1.34 A. M.
Arrivo at Kingsville. 8.46 A. M.
Leavo Kingsville. 8.45 P.M.
Ai rive at Florence. 11.05 P.M.
Arrivo at Wilmington. 5.50 A.M.
AngO JOHN C. WINDER, Qen'l Bnp't.
Charlotte. Colombia and Augusta E.. B
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 4,1871.
F^Z aa amZBSUtU ON and after SUNDAY
mg schedule will bo run over this road:- .
' t COING NOBTH.
. Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leavo Augusta-..... .3.25 A. M. COO P. M.
Leave Colombia.8.00 A. M. 11.00 P. Mi
Arrivo Charlotte.... .2.15 P. M. 5.20 A. M.
Leave Charlotte..,..7.40 A. M. 8.16 P.M.
Leave Columbia.1.57 P. M. 2.30 A. M.
Arrivo Augusta.0.50 P. M.' 7.80 A, M.
.No. 1 Train daily. Nb. 2 Train daily; Bun
days excepted. Both trahis mako close con?
nection to all points North,-South and West.
No. 1 Train makes close .connection at Rich"
mond for Virginia 8prings. "
Through tickets sold and' baggage checked
to all principal points. Standard time-Wash?
ington City timo. IC minutes falter than this
city. E. P. ALEXANDER, General Bup.
E:R. DQUSEY, Pen. Freight and Tickot Agent
Change of Schedule.
Bo?t? CAROLINA RAH.ROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 1), 1871.
EfteWyd?M&SkJ. Change of Schedule
?WPgat mw^mi? to go into effect on
and aftor Sunday, 11th instant:
KAU. AND PAS8XNOEB THAIN. . )
Leave Columbia at.,......7.40am
Arrive at Charleston at..... ;.....3.20p m
Leave Charleston al.. .'.'8.20 a m
2 r ri YO e, t Columbia at.-'..... ?? ii 8.40 pm
NIOUT EXPRESS, FREIGHT AND ACCOMtdtjDATIQN
THAIN. [Sundays excepted'.]
Leavo Columbia at...... .7.50 p in
Arrivo r.t Charleston at. ..v....?3.4r> a l?
Leave Charleston at.7.1 Up m
Arrive at. Columbia' at..-...<.6.00.a m
Camdon Accommodation Train will con?
tinuo td' run to Columbia as tbrmerly-Mohr
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. '' '
.i .IA. L J. TYLER, Vioo-Preufdcnt*-'
: B, B. PIOKIKS! General Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Columbia Bailroad.
1 1 COLUMBIA, ?. C., M Alien 1,1871.
F^Mvnfos&atan' ?N *fter thiB
H?U^BEW<iBte, tho following
schedule will se ma daily, Sundays.excepted,
connecting with Night Trains o.u South Caro?
ma Bailroad, up and down; also with TrainB
roing North and South on Charlotte, Columbia
and AuffUBt?-Railroad? . .nF>u>,
DP. - i-.
Leave Colombia at-.7.00 a.m.
" Alston?..v..4? 9.10a.m.
" Newberry.,. .11.16 a. m.
?? Cokestmry...:..'....!... i P.. io.QO p.m.
..." HolUm.......-5-QOrp. m.
Arrive at Greenville.G. 30 p.m.
Heave Greenville at.'...:.:.....'...: 6.15 a.' m.
. A* Belton.......................18.05a. m.
" Cokcsbnry....10.07 a.m.
. " Abbaville.8.15 a. m.
" Newberry..1.50 p.m.
' " Alaton:.4.05p.m.
Arrive at Columbia..'............. 6.56 p.m.
THOS. DO DAM EAD. General 8uf*>
IL T. BAKTLKTT, General Tickot Agent. .
Schedule on Bins Bid ge EallroadTf?
rrmuaiutJtCi Ee?ve Anderson..-6.00 P. M.
blSft^lBinl " Pondloton..... 7.00 "
" PerryviRe.7.46 "
Arrive at Walhalla.8.30 . "
Leave Walhalla..3.45 A. M
" Pendleton....5.80 ...
Arrive at Anderson.........6.30 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
Joly 2_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Summer Schedule S. & U. E. E., .
To Commence 20/ft May, 1871.
ranHgSHga DOWN TRAIN. . UP TRAIN.
*5?**"-"GXP* Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Loavc.
Spartanburg.. 6.30 5.25
Bateaville. 6.00 6.00 -l.t. 3 4.53
Pacolet. 608 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 6.48 4.05 4.10
Unionvillo. . 7-25 7.50 8.05 8.25
Bantuc. 8 20 8 25 2 80 2.35
Flan Dam. B.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Shelton. 9.15 9.20 1.85 1.40
Lylea* Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.50 12.55
Alston.:.. 11.00 12.00
May 24 THOB. B. JETER, President.
Change of Schedule. .
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO.,
COMPANY finora. N. G., June 8.1871.
1?S M? f^S&?SR ON and after BUNDAY.
lMS?ia?=3S? June 4, 1871. TRAINS wltf
be run over thin Road in accordance with the
following TIME TAR LE.
Train* Going East. Trains West.
ABBIVE. LEA VU- ABBIVK. LEAVE,
Charlotte 6.85 a m 3.10 p m
Salisbury 8.0.1 a m 8 23 a ni 5.20 pm 5.80 pm
Gr'bab'oll.OSamll.lBam 8.26 pm 8.85pm
Co 8hopl2.40 p m 1.06 pm 9.56 p m 10.16 p m
HUlsb'ro2.28pm 2.88ptn 11.35pm 11.87pm
Raleigh 6.06 p m 2.05 a m 2.40 a m
Goldsboro , . 7-20 a m
Trains Going East. Trains West.
Charlotto7.15bni I 8.GO p m -
Hal ish 'ry 4.32 a m : 4.87 a m '645 p i?1 j 5.26 p m
Gr'neb'o 1.26am -1.35am 2.10pm. 2.20pm
CoShopU 87pml2.'02am ItSOp m 12.60 p tn
HinBbrol0.07pm 10.00mi 11:07 am'11.10 a m
Raleigh 6.58 pm 7.40 am 8:45 a ta
Jrme6 , W. H. OREEN, Mae. Trana.
. Teat1. : Teasll Tea?Ul
WE have just raoeivhd an invoice of olioico
Young Hyeon, Imperial,
Oolong and.English Breakfast Teaa.
For sale at our usual low prices.
Jone 28 ,. JOHN AGNEW ic 8QN.
- Thief Proof Drawers.
mHE undersigned have received the Agency
I of theao DRAWERS. TA*y are the one
tection of every store ano ^ AuDVYf fy'^ m
shop in Columbia, af- IMPROVED \ I
fording a sure protcc-.- lr ft ' I
tioufrom the light-fin- TlLL L0CK&DRAWEr\|
Sered gentry. For salt -
>Wtby." " FAIRBANKS &C0.,fc
JOHN AGNEW A SON. AOZNTB, H
252 Broadway, W.V. M