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TEE MYSTERIESCAL Off01' PHO. Corner Hiving c?n;?Rfd fiom >ho woods, they wound ulrng the \ff'ey i:i an op- ,r p nlte dirt etion to that from whence tlio enemy wo?e approaching. Km 11.) liad now a full view of Uilolplio, wit it SOUTHI Its gray walls, towers and terraces, pas* the high over topping the precipices and on or off r the dark woods and glittciing par- L:Vi:RN l tially with the arms of the coudottieri ^ as the sun's rays streaming through atti-mtk an autumnal cloud, glanced upon a pjrof the edsllce, whose renaming Newly fli features stood in darkened majesty. 0\ STI:RS, The sounds of a cannon rolled along ",La,s cco1 the wind and wcr ; rep'atod in faint u?usta> and fainter reverberation, till llie3 When yo sunk in sullen murmurs. This was a feed you. signal that the em my hid reached heailqunrte the castle, and fear for Vaiancourt a- uf your pac gain tormented Emily. manner tha The sound of the cannon affected youourper Ego. as the bleastof the trumpet docs the war horse; it called forth all the 001 fire of his nature; he was impatient to be in the midst of the fight, and ut- POPI tercd frequent cxccratii ns against Montonl for having sent hini to a dis? vALA A1 tauee. Funlly asked frequent qucs'iont, XvJQiO concerning the place of her dcotina- Also mi tion, but could only learn, thai she FINEST CA was going to a college in Tuscany. r| During several hours, they travelled _ A0^.0 *,? through regions of profound solitude, .ru' ffan ' where no bleat of sheep, or bark of oxes or watch-dog, broke 011 silence, and they MAIL OK were now too far c(T to bear even the ATTENTIO? faint thunder of the cannon. To- Order yon wards evening, they wound down prec- wc w'll he r 1 pices, black " ith forests of cyp-css, rives, pine and cedar, into a gl*>n of savage COR. BR and secluded, that if solitude had STREETS, ever had local habitlon, this might ... have I ecu, her place of nearest real- AU dence. i phono 12* It was In this (j'en, that thev pro- ________ posed to light, said Ego. mglil w i 1 For bioati come on presently,-?and then the acb. bad b w?,1 vr>? win <?ake it datigeroUK to stop f, od. and all rcadlul hints of what Ring's Hysp toni's purpose in send jamlefHcie.it , came to licr a.hid. | mons llros. ?d, witit anxiety, 1 tar they Had yet to go. ' " Illscotnrade assented and turning TT *KT T\ tlie muli s out of the road, tl.ey ad-J (J JJ vanced towards a ciifF. overhung with cedars, Emily following in trembling silence. Buspcoce had so much enereased lier anxiety, as to the prisoner at I'dol pho, that finding it Impracticable to speak alone with Hertrand, on that i "IT" 1WT "D subject, she renewed Iter qucs i ma in J-l J.?A JL^ tlie presence of Uk"-; but lie cither was or pretended to be entirely Iguo rant,concerning thestranger- When lie had dismissed the question, he JL \ \ talked with Ugo on some subject, which led to tlie mention of Signor Orsino and of the ulT.tir tl.at liad banished him from Venice; respecting which Emily had ventured to ask ( ' ( \ AJ a few questions, t go appeared to bt XV well acquainted with the circumstances of that tragical event, and related some minute particulars that hotii . shocked and surpi iscd her; for it ap- l-ftrgt-S peared very extraordinary how such I . particulars could be known to any, ailtl Cast but to persons present when the asiias- j ablation was committid timhia 11 Emily's iiorror was heightened by a 1 1 suspicion, that the latter part of it was pointed against herself, and that Ltlltire these men hud been con.missioned by Mont.oni t?? u win... n..a -- * - - - - - n,,,u U1 all inner Justi ?, in his came. Signer Orslno, is one of those, who love t<? do justice ~ Ht once, I remember, about ten years ' ago. the Slgnor had .t quarrel with a cavalicro of Milan The story wa> 11 i ? ll t . told me then, and it is still fr? sh In my liead. They quarrelled j.limit a pjyotie 8 lady, tlia" the Slgnor liked, and she was perverse enough to prefer the gen- t tleinan of Milan, and even carried hei *( / '. j P whiin so far us to marry 1dm. Tinprovoked the Sguor. as well it might, .j for lie had tried to talk reason to liei * rOITl| u long while, ard used to send people to serenade her, under her windows, OflclblG c! of a night: and used to ma'.:c verses ab.iul lier, and would swear she was rrii ' the handsomest lady in Milan. Hut I |1A all would not do?not liing would bring lier reason; and, as I said, she went so f i at last, as to marry this other ca\-1 el cro. This made tho Signer worth, | I 'A with a vengeance: lie resolved to be' ml 11 even with lier though, and lie watch-| ed his opportunity, and did not wait, long, f-.r soon after tlie marriage. tiiey I * set out for i'adui, uotliing doubling, j (dtllCJ 1 warrant, of vli.it was preparing for . tliem. Tiitfavali? rotlioiu.li', to he , . ,, . . I he clear sine, he was to be called to no aci . . ? , , ing proper! conn : but wa tognitl triumphant; . . ... superior t? lint, hr. was soon made to know mioth T n n ?ni H er sort of sloi y. The sun had now been set some ? time, heavy clouds, whose lower u J] skirts were tinged with sulphureous crimson, lingered in 1 lie west, and " threw a reddish tint upon the pine forest which son t forth a solemn sound j Drug St as the breeze roiled ovir tliem. At , fHII T>1 this moment. rent mr;ci ing .signor W1 llrochio and his behavior in the our Kodak rltlor, a few pieceding nights, the 'work at latte-supi o*iti n, i.i i riblc as It was strengthened In r belief Vet. wly T rs remove lier from the castle, when " needs of darkness had. she feared oaTCC teen often eNeCllted with si cree.< L5A I from ehamb.ns It was now so nearly dark, thai th You can travellers, who pme ? dtd io?l\ l,\ m . m. y'lowest pace, c d sea"-elv d' en" their way. The c'? u Is whi n ae in \ single oi charged with >lniiid?r. pa s d sinvh .ou more | n'nng t he he t v ns shewing it ijpoi- norning tl v iIs lite tremh'tng stare while 11 Me system grows n e .?t"s a i l swa n-.re. Mint . - . overhung the rrek -. wr e I I i. 11 i th? hre< 7. >, a s i f ^ w n over the gl n he kidney and ttie" rns'o il auvngt'o dis*: n -eve pain woods. KmHv shlven d as it passed peedily. To be Continued aold btf ' '! I SBRO'S ?? STAURANT s ADIESand GENTS. Broad and Wash- aCL'ountof tlie sp 3*11 round Liip tickets 1 igton Streets, follows: , . __ . I'O ASHEVJLLE, N. C UCiUSTA, UA. and return UN RAILROAD TRAINS door, (ientlemen can get ight at the door. itiinu the aiarket afHRVHD by POLITE AND fU WAITERS. m TO ATlILNi, OA., tted up. Perfect servlcef I OAflE, and all the finest ted hy the best cooks in an(j return u come to u;jUi, let us Make our restaurant your l'O DENVER, COL., rs. We will take charge COLORADO SPRINGE kages and treat you in a PUEBLO, COL., it will be certain to make and return mauent customer. T() KtfOXVILLE, TEl ne and see LAP PRICES. and return IAS BROTHERS' rAURANT. inufacturers of all the TO LEXINGTON, KY., INDIES. s, Bon-Bons, Creams and an'l return es, put up in handsome ollday (lifts. !DERS HAVE PROMPT T() MEXICO C. I V, Ml aud return ir meals by Telephone and eady when the train ar OA I) & WASHINGTON 1 ? MILWAUKEE, WIJ and return GUST A OA. ( 4 TO MONTKAGLE, TEN and return ntf, bMchitig, sour atom reath rua'asslmat'on of sjinptomsoT indigestion- NASHVILLE, TEN e psi a Tablets a re a promot corrective. Sold by Tl.tiarul return ERTAKINC TO OMAHA, N EH., -ANTI " ' Xjl-LI XJ - and return ii w ALMING. ?>?xioRI),M.SS. and return HEARSES IN TO RICHMOND, VA? and return NECTION. 'I'A m\i W/IL'U' \' A t line of Coffins mid return :ets between Colnd Augusta. TO SAN Kit A NOISCO. < charge taken of *' <! return al arrangements. attended day or to tkscai.oosa, al/ Lo.ig Distance 0 and return 41. i MOTTO" T ) WASHINGTON. I>. )t service?Reasliarges. J and return [. Edwards I'or full part culars o.ursioiis via Southern Pi HI HO 11 TT call <>n any Southern It.it Ulipallj. ;burir, S. C. C7* r ^ ^MTTTrt1 3 j 3 isiiiK'i antiseptic and heal U| Till: OLl) RELL ies of Pinesa've make it <t?L C n family salves Sold by 11 1 llC va HjiJnited States, JHfVIWC'' -mm SAVINOS DEP.A lIU 1 ^ |f| Interest allowed at ? LJ| 4 per cent. uer annt over Dr. Harris ^ quarterly. Februar; ^1 Ktist and Ni vetnbr. ore. Our specialty- y| ^HN and BAB1BS. M w t ? || W A Ciark. i'resi finishing. Good W* j.s Muiiur.Vioci id low prices. . WHITTLE, U Jwh,iH.-|Iark.1"' |N( Julian I?. Fr day. BURG, - - S. C. 11 'Vilhain II l.owrai ??????????? T.L ' 'hn L. Mimnautfl j)P VV C Wright, see the poison Pineules iim| [if the kidneys and bladder. HUfci1Z1II1 ?'jHITilfe TIH1 so at bedtime will show Kilson up >n rising the next ,an can be expelled from w N . . i in any other way. Pineve t he imparities, lubricate <C I'OT everyt s, cleanse Mie bladder, re ? and do away with backache << w-^ pleasant v, perm>i cntly. J J f & i \ ? lmm,lusl,,Li- m* mm $m mwmrr< pup ?? v -2 -'*"*3 3" THE BATES B!J R' VPVOC !AP EXCURSION R?._. VIA OUTHERN RAILWAY (RATE? OI'EN TO AT,!.) ecial ocoaslons mentioned the Southern Kail way v ,o points named below, at greatly. reduced rates Account Convention Commercial f.aw League America. Tickets on sale July 25 to 27tb, llmfl to return August 8th An extension of tl limit to September 30th may be obtained by pa ing a fee of 50 cts and depositing ticket wi Special Agent at Ashevilie. Kate, One Fare I'lus 25 cts for round fcr: Account Lulrerslty Summer .School. Tickets 1 sale June 3')lh, July 2nd, 9th and Kith, limited to r turn 12 days from date of sale. An extension of tl mint, may do uuuurieu oy Depositing uctcel hi Special Agent at Athens and paying a fee of 60 cl Kate, One Fare Plus 25 cts. for round trip. Account Annual Meeting B. P. O. E. Ticke >, OR in sale July 9th to 14th, limited to return Aui ust20th. Very cheap. Write for rates and fu particulars. >JN., Account .Summer School of South. Ticl eta on sale June 30th. July 7th, 14th and lot 1 limited to return 15 days from date of sale. A extension of this limit to September 30th ma be obtained by depositing ticket- with SpecU Agent and paying a fee of 50ct8. Rate. One Fare Plus 25cts. for round tri[ Aeoount National Grand Lodge Unite Brothers of Friendship and Sisters Mystsiiou Ten. Tickets on sale July 29th to August lsl limited to return August 5th. Rate, One Fare Plus 25 ots for round trip EX.. Account International Geological Congrefe Tickets on sale A ugust 14th to 31st, limited t return yo days fiom date of sale. Kate, One Fare Plus 25 cts for round trip 3., Account Grand Aerie Fraternal Order Ea !cs. 'J ici.cts on sale August lOUi to 12.h, lilt iled to return August 22nd. Rate, One Fare Plus *2 00 for round trip N.. Account Monteaglc Eible Training School Tickets on sale June 2'ji1i and 30th and July Ur and 6th, limited to return August 31st. Rate, Jne Fare Plus 25 cts for round trip N., Accou..t Peabody Summer School fu Teachers, Vanderbllt University biblical li: stitute. Tickets ou sale July 5th to 7th, lim ited to return 15 days from date of sale. An e.\ tension of this limit to September 30th may b outained by depositing ticket v.ith Specla Agent and paying a fee of 50 cts. Rate, One Fare Plus 25 cts fur round trip Account Meeting Baptist Young People's Unioi ' America. Tickets oh sale July 1Kb to 12th, limitei > return July ISth. An extension of this limit t< igust 15th may be obtained by depositing licke ith Special Agnt and paying a fee of 50 ct8 Rate, One Fare Plus 12 00 for round trip. Account Summer Scliool University Misslssipp Tickets on sale June 30tb, July 7th, 14th and 21st limited to return 15 days from date of sale. An ex tension of tins limit to September 30th may be ob tained by depositing ticket with Special Agent ant paying a fee of 60 cts. Hate, One Fare Plus 25 cts. for round trip. Account Meeting True Ueformeis Tickets n sale September 2nd to 5th limited to return Septetr ber 13lh. Rate, One Fare Plus 25 cts. for round trip. Account Meeting National Fireman's Asso ciatiun. Tickets on sale August 12th to 18th, limited to return August 31st. An extension of this limit to September 15tli may be obtained by de positing ticket witn Special Agent and paying a lee of 50 cts. Hate, One Fare Plus 26 cts. for round trip. 'AL. Account National Educational Asso v laituit vyuinciitiuii. j iuivuis uu .M'C ? line to J uly 6t!i, limited to icturn h'ep'ember 15th Very cheap. Write for rates and full particulars i , Account Summer School University o Alabama. Tickets on sale Juiy 2nd. 3rc and 9th, limited to return 15days from date o silo. An extension of this limit to Septembe I'.oiii may be obtained bv depositing ticke v.ith Special Agent and paying a fee o 5o els Rate. One Fare Plus 25 cts for round trip. C. Account meeting Cnrislian Congress Tickets on sale June 29th. July 2nd and 3rd limited to return July llth. An extensioi or this limit to August llth may be,obtain ed by depositing ticket with .-pecial Agen in Washington and upon payment of a fee o 50 cts. Rate, (hie Fare Plus 25 cts. for round trip regarding above rates; also regarding choap rate ex itlwayon account of Fourth of July Celebration* I way Ticket Agent, or write II. W. HUNT, Division Passenger Agent, Charleston, S. C. I .niiliE 3 iiiii F ^ .h.iar 1 u.,F a .i.i.:S~ ^tiHIilir ABLE. ORGANIZED 1868. Kj rolina National Bank Jf State, County and City Depositor} | >RT?iK.N T. Capital paid in . . ..$200 000 1 the rate of Surplus prolits .... "2,000 P im. payable Liability i f stockholders 2fQ,o00 p y, Mav, An- k $4*2,000 m OFFICERS. dent T. H. M -ighan, Cashier. ffl 'resident J. M. Hell, Assistant Cashier, | DIRECTORS. 1 Thos P. Rfvan, Q R S DesPortes, wibe Jones, E li t , J II. MtM^lliWI, i, .1. S. n! 11 Uor, Jfimrs Wttodrow I np ^ "jtthl JW*? ^ lUt- 3*iikiiiB 3iiiliAi>l aa,.i.i.L -^aJih -C -i.i..1nL J? jLli ? A AAA A^^A ^'j.A ^vA-^S hinggood to cat. fresh JE an<1 up-to-date go to ->? >rBros. Bates burg, S. C. > A AAA. A A. A A, AAAA AA A A A AAA A AAA Pr?^n nnr^ A* J? ' THE rill 1 I ^To Suit-Qu Just In bi ? Chairs, Porcl 8 Nets, Spring r $3.00. To make r I closing out a ? prices. ; THE L s ! SEASON K I ' Screen : dows, Sh : Ice Cre? Jars, I : J j > EVERYTHING In Drags. When you have a pre1 scription filled, you want to be sure that pure drug* are u3cd--When they ar< r filled by our Licensee ) Druggist, with our pun r drugs, the best results arc f obtained. Our Line of Patent Medcines are complete. W< have Horse, Cattle anc n Poultry Powders. Keep us in mind THE CROSSON DRUG CO. Leesvllle's Popular Druggist*. [ Leesville, S. C " A hundred years ago the best ph | slcian would give you a medicine fo 1 your heart without stopping to con I sider who i effect it might have o g the 1 i* er. Even t<? this good da 1 cough and cold medicines invariabl P bind the bowels. This is wrong. Bee l Laxative < ongli Syrup with Hone P and T.ir ants on the bowels?drive U| out the cold?clears the bead, re g lieves all cough*, cleanses an 1 strengthens the mucous membrane ff of the throat chest, lungs and bruti j oJiial tubes. Sold bv Timmons Hro | CRESCENT | RESTAURAN' J 1538 Main Street, Br COLUMBIANS. C - Every thin j in Season. The Best of Everythiri at Moderate Prices. Subscribe to The Advi cate. alitv and Priw Es ig line Hammocks, I and Lawn Seats, j Frames put on your oom for new stock II Mattings on hanci . D. CULLUM ABLE .... i-i a n rvii j a . . nrtKU w fl Doors and \ leppard Light im Freezers, ] "lower Pots a lardinieres. ihnm-tMi HARDWARE C' MEET ME AT TAPP' WASH GOODS. Imported Silk Mulls, beautiful desi floral patterns; these were 50c. yard; silk; price, yard Fine White Swiss Mull Chiffon, 4. * special price, yard I 40-inch White Mercerized Batiste; k tier for a dainty evening dress; woi [ yard 40-inch Sheer Persian Lawns; pric 40-inch sheer Persian Lawns; finei . yard I 40-inch sheer Persian Lawn; finest yard Be sure and see those numbers. 40-inch Lawns, sheer or heavy; pri Beautiful floral patterns, Lawns special price, yard White Mercerized Madras, small fi waist suits. If you are going away t one of these; were 25c; special, the yj y Japanese iSilkoline for Ikimona ?r yard n Mercerized Silk Ginghams in chec y price, the yard y I t Beautiful Mercerized Pongee; sold y yard 72-inch Colored Organdie, light 1 J and white; special, the yard i- English Nainsook, 12 yards in th ^ quality for ladies' and infant's unden White Dotted Swisses, all size dot Cream Basket Cloth for skirts; w< the yard Tj Embroidered Waist Patterns, sold price, extra special, each Embroidered Swisses, white with . special price, the yard ORDKR BY HAIL?We prepay mail, express or t within 600 miles of Columbia on all purchases of $5 lg J all orders to "The Jas. L. Tapp Co." THE JAMES L. TAPP CO j-I COLUMBIA, - SOUTH I ' . v " \ I ^ I w w . .-? wc arc l at cut CO. .RE-Vin ning 1 Fruit : ; } .nd Sot ' s gns in the new ; prettier than 25c 5 inches wide; 39c. nothing pret*th 35c.; now, 25c. e yard 15c. r grade; price 20c. : quality; price 25c ice, yard 10c and Organdies; 10c gures for shirt>e sure and have ard 15c is; price, the 12 l-2c. ;ks. all rnlnrc* 19c at 50c.; Vprice, 25c blue, pink and 25c e piece; elegant ivear; price $1.25 s; price 15 & 25c srth 25c. price, 15c at 79c. and $100, 25c black figures, 10c. freight to any place .00 or over. Addree* MPANY. CAROLINA.