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I0 VZO! -TrO WHO! TO W110
os to view,
clas obscured fair Venus' ight,
A star appeared in sight,,
the thick forest through.
No M s-as usuai-rblue."
,t a swI ard, "tacking left and right,
once, he -brought up right
t-a old dead yew,
ich he 'rounded to.'
And 'squaring off,' at- if to fight,
rd yrith an oath-'I :han't Indite,
.-i-ernal scoundrel you t
- t i kick you, black or whitet
-J +t then above then flew
A Owl, which on a branch did light,
A few feet o'er the booas wift.
And tht% commnenced: 'To-who
; ho -s -to-who-to-whl"u
" Qg ins: ' -n't you Mink to fright
fbhlow t my weigh and beight,
"With your "ter-who-ter-who?
"You tssed bugaboo!
if you're B labab, i's quite . .
uW5~'y,u should light
MggIis ain't your does.
nou-y mat ors arc all aight;"
ptslater's paid up-honor bright !"
eratbe Owl withdrew.
?And1Xggia s zezd. too.
But there are othcr chaps who makt
Be caught out some late d4mal night,
Who havn't paid what's due,
They know to-who-to-who!
JU M ESTEN1 COOS NEW I01'EL!
Lt. TNGITON & CO.,
a. . 40 0 T.,NEW-ORE,
avq i. remk to be ready in October,
taLE ays f Le an k Paba:
~~ ~ JJ FIstUr CooKs
J . er ssoCy o f E a g le s ' 'i e s t " '
Of "Surry," oa6wiJh Uohun is a Sequel,
Ten Thonspnd goiics were rchnost imrnedi
ately sold6 The ne. t+oi is still more in
yiaierestiag. Printed on fine-toned
d riebliy.Wond in- cloth with up.
R -of 50t ptge', it has for its frontis
' ,a fine ate nedallion Lead of Gen.
and fcur bcautiful iliestratians in
XTer's best strle. Either book is seut by
post free,' on receipt of the price,
For sile by all Booksellers and
rs in town and c panrty.
l0adqissi Dep, of the South
aa, Ga., OCtob,r 8th, ISGS.
c> t:rOanz."s N o. 27..
U .Whereas, by an Act of Congre;s of the
.Di ted States, approved March -d, 1865,
issis.mwd the duty of the military no
thority to preserte the peace at the polls
yelection that iay be held in any
of States; and whereas tbis duty has
the more imperative., from the
litical excitement in the pub
11 -o1 a _ m ihereaet or*'zation tf
elment,iand fromn fact that
by statute p 'lTbted the
po udlitar oes i the s r
Sn1LasQO practcbly.on h
'ci1 ibib ortler, distribute the troops
pay of 876Inft'y, to.Cbe ter.
y -ofSth Inft'v, to Uuionville.
of8th [Ifty,so Luweenwille.
yofrSch Inft'y, to Abbeville.
A'~muyot8-h Inft*, to Newberry.
*S~~of 8k Iufty, so EdgeOerd.
One of6th Iuait'y; to Beaafort.
C pnyo6th [nfay, to Georgetown.
and ahe relatire pition of the civil and
~cs They 'il~ fa;nah
e'aikqof theb dretsier:o:n
gig,of Atat 2th,sod
.1 Altiu1o, ( he latter of wh.ich
wa t,~dSeFtember 15th, to D's
n 'n which the instruc
(b -They 1 ilumrss spl
'4yare to.actin ai
opcratzos'.and in subordmnation
'ivil antho-iie ; thet they are toa
~e4cretion and judgment, un
bia'ty: political or other prejndices;
hbaut eaaet~ should be exclmudiely to
preserve the peace and upihold l'w arnd
order, and they must be satislied such is
the ' ct oftthc ciaii officr calling on1
the'm3o aid ; that they mnut, in afl
Aeswhere time will permit, apply for
' nf to superior authority: but
the astt all hd azirds prescrve the~
nn'tbe test,rained by technti
' v ien, in their conscientions
gdgement, under the rules above set
Eshib&is.their duty to act. Post com.
gederasn being notified of the pro
pi.ai bolding of political ameetings, may
aJae oc9er, a'd if' necessary a de
towatch the pr oedings and
t e eg is preserved.
~'?Vhe peope of the several States
~~flibe Dep:rtwoot, the M'aj.r
eomX wnianding appeals that tbey
will co-oprate witji him anid the. civil
in sustrygngdv *rad order,
inl:g the pe:ce anJ avoiding
senes.of.- ia nd loddihed, and
isana destructiona of propaerty and'
life, uhich has already, in somne in.,an
ces.heen enacted in the Depn iment.
- Noe ci - sb' mence from' aji infilamma
tory i ncendiary appealS. t'o ibo pals
Sd c.nenacing the jkeeping
'oliqri6r sholis on days of politicil
meetings and of electio; the abstianing
fro. carrying arms, and asser ting the
i 'idelgihtof coL.struing laws by
ags,No just cause is ever ad
inds~ bgresort to violenzce. Let there
be craarify and forbearance ;among politi
eel apponents, whatever may be the re
sk; 4.4 each goond citizen determine
that all who, under the law, have the
rigtt6 ballet, shall exercise it undis
Wirbed. If there are d-isputed points of
law5 lot them be referred to the courts,
and let not moba or pocliical clubs, or
ebier irresp6nsible bodies. construe and
uiderale to execute the law. This ap-.
pe7a111s made in the earnea't bope that the
Major General commanding can rely on
the good sense and the correct judgment
of ftWeates of the people, and that he
will not be compelled to res'ort to the ex
ercise of the power with which he is in
trasted,anud which he will most reluc
tanIy *wmploy. lBut he thinks it his
detylo -make known, that so far as the
p*.rr utider-his commnand will admit, he
ellf not permit the peaca to be broken,
and that hi will not be restrained in the
conscientious discharge of his duty by
t.enim-lties of laws made when the
present anomalous cou1dition of affr.irs
were neither anticipated or provided for.
tfOrder of Major General Meade :
It. (G. DRUM,
* Assistant A djutant General.
VesCuvius is becoming violent,:
and izmense streamis of lava-~ are
By an order from John T. ~Peterson, Pro
pate Judge fbr the County .of Newberry, I
will sell on the firt Monday In November
next, at Newberry C. H., the . following
traeta of land. vis:
Que Tract of lan'trontalning ninety-eight
-ares more or less, Adjoininland; of David
II^Buutrd. tlenry'}alfacre. Daniel Buzzard
et al , the real -estate of Catherine Buzzard,
decea ed. On a ertdit one year with in'er
est from day of sale. c2
One Tract of lanteentainfng one hundred
and niney,-four acres more or les<. adjoining
lands of John A. Cannon. Thos W Hollo
way- Geo. H Cbapmsn, Wit. Summ-rs, et
a The real estate of Wm R. Chapman
deceased. On a credia until the flr<t day of
of Jaepar 1830, A. 1) , with interest from
the -ly of .ale. 42
One Tract of land containing one hundred
and fortv-'ght .eres more or lest. adjoinint
lan'l' of E. S Sligh. T. H. Crooks. W.
R. Hents and John F. Glymph. The real
estate of Robr. R Cromer dc"eceased On a
credit orone year with interest from the
Two (2) Frnct' of 1-nd. Tract "B" con
taining one lmn.'red and fortr-thrte ncres
more or less. adjoining lands of Geo. Sheelv
J. W B. Lever, M. Boland, F. H. Dominiek
ind other lands of the estae. Tract "C"
containing two hundredt and twenty-five
acres mere or less. adjoining lands of F.
Domaick. 0. P Fulmer, L E. Folk, John
llipp and other lands of the estate The
real estate of William Sheely leceased On
a eredit untif the first day of March 186&,
with interest from the day of sale. t2
The purchaser in any of the above stated
tracts will be required to pay so much cash
as will be necessary to pay the coat and to
give a bond to tbe Probate Judge with at
least two good sureties and a mortago of the
premie t'e ere the pneh'nse monev. The
putchtser in the case of the Sheeler laitd can
pav all cash if be desires '2.
By virtue of sundry writs of "Fieri Faciae" to
me directed, I will sell on the same day at the
ra.e plcoe, the fo)Towing tracts of land, viz:
O::c'"rec' of Lai:d containing Four Hundred
Acres, more or less, h ing on both sides of Bush
Z;iver and bounded ly lands of M. M Coppock,
J K. Mendenhall, et al. On the premiies is a
rond milL Levied on at the omit of John R.
Lake. et aI. vs. P K. Mendenhall. '2.
On. Tract of Lard, containing Four Hundred
and Forty Acres, morr or less, bounded by lands
of Ho* Anderson, E lijah Tribb'e et al. Levied
en at the-suit ofJohn Budd, Adm'r, et al. vs.
Jamss B Chspnell. *2.
One Traet of Land,coctaining 180W Acres. more
or l-s.'. adjoining lands of'John Mc('arliy, S C.
Hargrove, John Abrams. G. R. Odell, et al.
Levied cn at the tait of Wm t:. Cist. .Adm'r.
suw e i ,vecurity for.Jas l3;shop. *2
. containing Two HIvrdred
. Acres. more or less. adjninttg
lands of Wil.iam We'ch. Mathias Rarre, et a1.
One House and Lot in the town of Newberrv.
containiug Thirty Acres, more or less, bounded
by lan s of W. A Clire, Col. Fair, et al. Also
onElA.*jf! ee b up Oairs. In same town enn.
tatnf }&eie'. more or lou, bontded 'by Office
of L. J Jo.es and ('oi S Fair. Also all the
HIose!iold and Kiteben Furniture. and one Cow
of the same deft-ndant. Levied on at the suit of
cha S. Moon, by next friend, vs. Peter
con - 2.
One Vackmith and r.e Wood Shop in the
town of .ew>eri eontainig one quarter of an
acre more or less, Iir.g on Caldwell street and
boui'ded by lots of'Geo Roland. Levied on at
the suit of Ienry Halfacre, G Boland and N. A
Iluater. The boore the property of N. A. Hun
THOSIAS M. PasYSING ER. S. N. C.
P. S -Defaulticg Tax Payers must pay up at
once or a levy will be made.
IN accordance with the proclamation of
the Governor, daited the 9th dasy of Octo
her, 1868, there will be an election held in
this County, On Tuesday, Novembe r d, for
Ebectors ot President a.nd Vice-1President of
the Un,ited Statesa, a Representa-.ie to Con
gress, and a Solicitor for the F fth'Oircvuit.
J3y sge of-authaority vested in us, we,
he'eby establish thc following polling
places in Newberry County,;viz:
Nerlberry Court House, Maybinton, J2hn
Glymph's, Thomas H. Cromer ', Jalappa,
Longshoras, Wi!!li.ts', Prog'Level, U. Su
bers Wadlington's and Whi:mnire's Store.
The Regist:-ation Bo~oke G be open foi
revision at the above named la~ceson Mn
d,,y. Tna,;.dgy ai WsAnna.,?. e,o earh,
2-ith and 28th inst, when the Manaagers of
Election herein nam:ed are arthorizedl to
add to thae lists the nimes of all pe rso:s eni
-iled to vote ::ccording to laIw, and take
d~t:'foma t!ie nunes of those tot entitled
The fellowing persons are Lereby ap
poinited man?ge'rs of elee don, via
Forn Nwrnear C. H.-J. RI Leave'l, W. G.
Wilbur at,d J. N. Martin.
JoiUs G Lvur's.-$lZiam Ruf, Est, D:vid
F. Suber. Wi!iharm :t lleutz.
Maiibirton.-W. E. dlardy, :q, IEuben S.
Llbs, ::d J. R. Ghean
CaoME&'s.-yhmB J.)..Cett, J C. aou-eal and
JArAr-GeO. 8. Cannon, Dr. R. P. Clark,
and Das id iph.
Lomosuoat-a-Jvinh Stewart, J. B. Floyd.
anid A J Lsualzsore.
W1Lit.AXs'-JamIes N Lipe@tm-3, G. WT. L
Spearmaza. amil Johno Watki::a.
Faie L?Iet -1'. W. Couats, Esq., WT. W.
Davis, and 11. F. Booz-:r.
C. SUBr.n's thos. W. Holloway, Charles B.
Couti', and rlIam Summer.
Wa&LNmoro~S-Dr. J1. W. MceCants, H. H.
Counts, and C. [I. Sendley.
Wutexias's- homas WThitmire, Joseph Hill,
and Jose-ph D)uckett.
The at,ove named persons are requested to
meet ait Newberry Court Honse, on Tuesday the
20th instaant, tat 12 I.. for the purpo-o of qu'ili
ying and receiving the lists ortRepcatration.
H H K IN A ID.
JAMES E l1Ei$0,
L. A iANC.
ComiLic.crs of' Eicction for Ne-.berry
'ew berry C. Hi., Oct. 14, 1888.
Jamecs S. Sloan, vs. Archey ~ S!oan and
It ap->eargg to my satisfa~ction shat John
Sesarnd~ the cbildren of Samuel Slo.ut. de
fendans in the above stcaed ease, re-iddewith
out the limits of the State. ft is theref'ore or.
derod that they dos appeari and otbject to the
disn- or isale of the real Estate a f Sarnuel
Sloan, S.' . dec'd, on or before thre 24th day
of' November next, or their con3ent to the
sani will btz entero' of record.
JOilN T. PJ~EtEON,
Oct. 14 42 tf. .rr S. C.
The totdersigned respeerfullr giv'es not-ice
hat, he is prepared to M AKE, or REP'lAIR
any kind of CABINET WARE, ina the ne,at
et and most satis'f..sctory ma4nner. Wr
soicited. P'rives reasonauble.
Oct. 3:), I8-44-t f. flelenta, S C.
FASHIONABLE BARBER y.nd
RESPECTFULLY annonnees to the gen
tlemaent of Newvberry, that he has removed -o
the room in the rear of the New berry Uotel.
where he will be happy to wait upon~ all in
the exercise of bia professilon. His vbjoet
is to please the most fastidious taste, and
the keeping of his s.hop shall be alter the.
mo re. unceptionable style.
Shaving, Trimming, Shampooing, and
Uirdyim;; executed in the~ rnt approved
mauner. Jan. 23-4-LI.
Charleston, S. C.
BOARD PER DAY, $3.00.
A.,UE RJIELD, lirs. I. L. LER1ELD
$17r any ntii to sell the NATIONAL
yisis Machi.e is eqtual to the stai-dar d machines
in every respect and is 4old at the naw price *af:
$2. Address NAr'10NAL SE.WING MiA
CjINE C0., 1'iimbergh, l'a
No. I Peruvian Guano, $61 per ton, it
gold, or its equivalent in currency.
Bruce's Concentrated Fe tilizer, iu bar
rels, per ton, $5o.
Pure Ground Bone, in barrels, per ton
Bo!e and Meat, in barrels, per ton, $38
Fish Gutano, in barrels.
Alta Vel.t Guano, $25.
Alta Vela Phosphate, in hag , $56.
Ground Plaster, per barrel, $1.75.
Swan Island Guano, in bags or barrels,
435 per ton.
Sulphate of Soda, in barrels, per tot', $30
Soluble PaAifie Guano, $,l.
Best Superphosph.rre, containing ton pet
cent. oltrble* phosphoric acid, and tiet
per cent. ammoi,ia, put up in bags or bar
rel:. Price $35 per ton.
Cuban Guana, from c.iveS, containin g
besides the usual phosphates and organic
ni:ter-live to six per cent. of nitrate o
poah. An eeellenut application for pota.
ros, tobacco, cotton, etc. Price in bags
$35 per tcn.
South Carolina Phosphate, ground ai.
put in bags or barrels.
Navas..a Guano, by the cargo, in .In "p
or : roun d.
For sale by
GEO. E WHITE,
15u Front Street, N. Y.
Oct. 14 42 6mo.
Goodspeed's Fountain Pens.
Sixty lintes written with one pen of Ink
The fountain has been attached to Good
.peed's celebrated Golden Pen. Wi.rrant
ed to be the best Fountain mn the Woild
Sample sent for 10 eta., an as sorted box for
25 cta., or a full gro's. post paid, for $3 00
$10 a day guaranteed to active agents.
Addres, J. T, PIf & CO.,
Oct. 14 42 2rno. 37 Park Row, N. Y.
The cnbcrfher having opened a Restaoran
NEX ' DOOR to his Bakery and Confec
tionery store, in the hildinz formerly oc'
cupled by Mr B. M. Blease. for the sceom,
modation of the public, inft.rms them tha
he is prepared to furnish
AlI th% Delleales of the season
Oysters and Game,
In the most acceptable style.
He will keep constantly on draft
Fresh Lager Beer,
Wines, Ales, &c.
He is also prepared to furnish
TRANSIENT OR REGULAR
BOARD AND LODGTNG.
He respectfully aska.for a share of patron
age, and promises to make his establish
ment a favorite resort.
Jan 153 LOUIS 3CHODAIB.
Dr. 3. D. Bruce
Having resumed the practice of Medicfne
tenders his professionai services. to the public
Oece in the building formerly occupied b3
Mr. John A Chapman, and opposite Mrs
Sept 18 38 tf.
[n the District Court of the
UNITED STATES-FOa! TIlE DISTR[CI
or South Caroltia-[-r Banrkrptcy-In the
matter of Andrew M W icr, a Bankrupt
Noice.-Andrew M. Wickerwho has beeri
jdgda Bankrutpt, on his own petition,
baing filed his netition pratying his finsi
discharge, all creditors who hrate proved
their debts and Otber persons in interest, art
notified to appear before the U. S Court al
Charleton, in said District, on the 27th day
of October inst, at 12 o'clock MW., to showa
ca te. if any they have, w by sa:id prayer be
Aidl will fnrther take notice that a meet
inr of creditors in this case, will be held
before Henry Summer, Register in Bank
rupcy, at Newherrr C. H.. on the 23d day
o Ociober, at 12 o'clock, M., with k-ave to
transact any business of the 2d and 3d meet
ins of creditors required by the 27th and
28, t sections of said ."ct.
By order of Court
Clerk District Court United Stares,
Oct 14 42 3t. For South Carolina.
In the District Court of the
UNIED STATES-FOR THE DISTRICT
of South Cnroimna-In Bankruptcy-In the
matter of Pressier B Ruff, a Bankrupt
Notce.-Pre.ssly 13 Buff, "bho has. been ad
judgted a lIa'krupt, ou his own petition,
hving filed his petton praying his ine.
discharge, alhl credior, who have proved
their debts anrt other persons in intencnt, are
hereby nodifed to appear befor the United
Staes Court at Charleston. in said Distner.
on the 28th day of Oc'ober inst, at 11
o'clock A, M., to show cause, if any they
h.tvc, w'hy said prayer be not granted.
Anid will further tarke notice that a meet
ing of creditors int this case, will be held
before Hleury Summer, Register in Bank
rptcy. at Newberry C. H., on th:e 24t
day of October, at 11 o'clock, A. MI., with
leave .0 transact any business of the 2d1 and'
31 meetings of creditors, requircd by the
27th and 28th se?ions3 of raid act.
B3y order of Court.
Clerk Dis trier. Court United States,
oct 14 42 3: For South Carolina.
In the District Court of the
UNITED S 'ATES-FOR THE.LDISTRICI
of South Carolaa-In Bankruptey-In the
matter of Win. W. Houseal, a Bankrupt
Notic.-Wmn. W. Houscad, who has been
adjdged a Bankrupt, on bis own petition,
havig filed iris petition praying his final
dicharge, all creditors who have provedi
tcr debts and other persons in interest, re
ereby notified to appear before the United
Stes Court at Charleston, In said District,
n ;he 28:h day of October inst, a: 12
'clock M., to show cause, if any they
havc why said prayer be not grantedi.
And will further take notice that a meeting
f Creditors in this case, will be held before
lenry' Summer, Register in Bankruptcy at
New berry C. [., on tihe 24th day of October,
t 0 o'clock, A Mi., with leave to transact
any business of the 2d1 and 3d rmeetings of
trediors reguired by the 27th and 28th sec's
tiois of said act.
By order of Court.
Clerk District Court United States,
oct 14 42 3t. For South Carolina.
n the District Court of the
NTED) STATES-FOR TilE DIStRICt'
f South Carolina-In Bankruptcy-Tn the
atter of David Kibler, a Bankrupt -
otice. David Kibler, who has been
djudged a Bankrupt, on his own petition,
having filed hris petition praying his final
i.charge, all creditors who have proved
their debts and other persons in interest, are
hereby notified to appear before the United
tates Court at Charleston, in said District,
a the 26th day of October inst, at 12
'clok, AI., to show cause, if' any they
iave, whry said prayer be not granted.
And will further take notice that a meet.
ug of ceditors in this case will be held be.
ore Henry Snummer, Register in Bankruptcy
it Newberry Court House, on the 23rd day
)f October, at 12 o'clock 3., with leave to
ransact any business of the 2d and 3d meet
ngs of ceditors required by the 27th and
18rh sections of said act.
By order of Court.
Clerk Dis:riet Court Uc.ited States,
OC 144 .t Y .'ar 'muh Carolina.
Mc Clellan Saddles!
Second-hand Wagon Harness
c, &c.. &c.
500 McClellan Saddles, slightly used, and
in good order. For sale low.
50 Setts second,hand Wagon,%harness,
Everything to be found in a well-kept g
F. F. CHAPEAU. h
Meeting S reet, next M ls House.
October 14 42 tf s
Carriage and Buggy
J. Taylor & Co.
Will keep constantly on hand a good as
sortment of fine BUGGIES of the most ap- r
uroved styles and patterns, combining I
lightness and durability. Built to order a
I ght Rockawave, and Plantation Carriages,
Pheatons, Top and no Top Buggies, &o.
Old Carriages and Buggies renovated and
made to look as good as new. Repairing
done in the best manner and at reasonable
prices, and all work estimated on before it
is repaired and a copf giveu to our cu"to
rmers. Special attention given to repairing
fine Carriages and Buggies, which is impor- t
taut to consuners. Freight will be paid one t
wav, nuhen sent by Rail Road, w'en the re- t
pairs amount to over $10t;. We use nothin
but the best materials that can be bought, and c
are willing to rely on the merit of our work for
t liberal patronage. We invite the exani
nation of our work and assure the public
t that we can build the same class work as
cheap if not cheaper than we can import it.
All of our work is warrantd.
Our Factory is near the Depot. C
Newberry, S. C., March 25 13 17.
HO J RESTORED.
Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cul
ve:well's Celebrated Essay on the radi.
cal cure (without medicine) of Spermator.
rhea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Seminal Losses, Impoteuey, Mental and (
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar- t
riage, etc.; al,o, Consumption, Epilepsy,
:at:d Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sex. t
u:1 extravagance. t
W Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6
The celebrated author, in the admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirt- y
year.'successful practice. that the alarming
conse qences of self-abuse may be radically , t
cured without the use of internal medicine:J
or the application of the knife ; pointingi
ont a mode of cure at once simple, certain, t
and effectual, by means of which every suf- .
ferer, no matter what his condition rumay be,
may cure himsel! cheaply, privately, and
SThis Lecture should be in the bands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents,
o.r two post stamups. Also, Dr. Culverwell's
"Marrige Guile.," price 25 cents. Address
I 1e Publish:rs.
CHraS. J. tC. K LINE & CO. ,
1'7 Broadway, N. Y.; Post-0ffnee Bcx 4,598.
.. - - -- --- ---- c
Z. L. WHITE,
* GUNSMITH '
-p2.,ll kinds of~ FIRE.\R\IS, LOCKA, &e.
Jl.:s on hanrd Pisto!s and Gtun' of all ap
proved m:!kes. Amm;unitian, t.t:ch as Car
tridges~, Caps, Poiw der and Shot.
Shot Pouches, Flas'k', Batrs, and every
other kind of Spor'ing Apparatus. Besides
uany orh.r articles of various ch'aracters 4
All 1;inds of REP.IlRING neatly an:d ex- il
p) diiiously executed, and at low rates.
A pril I5 10 tf.
O0ee Lantens R. R .
Laurens C. II., S. C , A pril 29, 1808.
On and after r'uesd.ay. 12th May next the A
trains on this road wli commence running
to return on same dav; to connect with upl a
aind douwn trains on 4dreenviIle and Column- I
hia Railroad, at fielena; leaving Laurensa at
5 A M., on Tueadays, i'hursday's and Sat- A
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ON and after WEDNESDAY. the 12th
LStnt, Pasenger Trains will run daily,
unidays excepted. connecting with Nigh:
rains on South Cairolina ar,d Charlotte and
outh Carolina Rail!oA., as 'Cowe.
.eave Columbia at............7.00 a. m.
" Al,ton at..............840 "
" Newberry at...........10 10 "
tivhe at A bhevlllc at..... ...300 p. m.
" at Anderson at.........4% "
" at Greenville at.......500 "
eave Greenville at........... 545 a. mn.
" Anderson at............6825 "
"Abb'eville at............8 00 "
" Newberry at ...........1235p. re
" Al<ton a..............234 "
rrive at Columbia at..........3.45 "
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eave Anderson at............430 p. m.
"Pendleton at............530 "
rrive at Walhalla at ..........7 30"
eve Wa!halla at. ...........330 a. m.
"Pendleton a'............530 "
.rrlve at Anderson at ........620 "
The train will return from Belton to An-.
erson on Monday and Friday morningi.
JA MES 0 MERIEDI1TH,
Aug 17th, 1808.
South Carolina Railroad.
3E\E:A L SUPERINTE'-DE P'OFFICE, I
CaMALS'roK, s. C.. March 26.1868.I
On aisd after Sunday, Jan uary 19. the Panssea
a rTraiaus on the south Carolina Bailroad will
in as foHlows, viz :
eave Charle..tona for Columbia......6.80 A N
rrive atlKing ville..............- 180 P
e~ave Kigville.......................2(E 1' PK
rrive at Columbia..................80 P M
uave Columbia ................. 6.eea A N
rrive at Kip ille ........... . 7.8 A N
-ave Klvinll........................ 8@ A K
rie at Charleeton .....................0 F K
The Pareenger Train on the Camden Branch
ill conunect with Up and Down C'olumbiasTrains,
ad Wil-nington and Manchester Railroad
ruins on Mo.,days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
N GUT EXPRESS. FREIGHT AND PAS
ENGEE A CCOMEODArIONi TEAI.' will rea
ave Charleston for Columbia....5 40 P K
rrive at Columbia..... ............6. 5 A K
save Columbia......................5.80 P N
rrive at Charleston .... .....5 40 A K
March 21 H. T. PEAKE, Ger.'l Supt.
OUTH CAROLUNA RAH. ROAD.
GENERAI, SUPERINTENDENT's GIFICE,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAII,aOAD,
A pril 28 1808.
THE FOLLOWING FREIGHIT TARIFF
om Nashville and Chattanooga to COum,.
a will takeceffect fromnand after this date:
>Columbia. Nashville. Chattanooga.
acon perl1006l.........83 02
ats per bushel..........28 21
3ru per bushel.........36 27
'eat, rye an d barley per
bushel. .............. 43j 32j
>rk adbeef per barrel....$2 57 $192
our, apples, onions and
potatoes per barrl...1.9 1.19
hiskey, high wines and
alcohol................ 3.95 295
(Signed,) HI. T. PEAKE,
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imay beflUed, snd the frons te0
whilht children arc cutthig ebfre
so as to prevent their -l
Children ahed, or! mee but su
upper jaw, and ten fans the k*er
the Molar". or jbe teeth. whis&
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Within frfy yards of th.' GreemViW'M
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RTrs.-Board, per week.
day, $3; Supper, breakflas sad m
A No. 1, Livery Stable in conr eeties we
the Hotel,. Carriages, &c for hie eed
hours of.the Day and Night.
Aug. 19 o k'
Mus. M. R. HUNh
Fashionable Dress Maker,
Over Xswes. Loveies 4t al
26" Entranace sand as to PMQ
0EA RLESTI IR
Charleston, S. C.
Thme under4igned having take. .laresd
th:- above well known Hotel,
informs his friends and the ZVID
that it has been refnrnished in all
partments'. Tbe table will at sR
suppid wi'lh the best the Market
includ ng every delicacy iis simW
the catisine will be unexcepdedasb.
Bath Rlooms at tached to the tIoc$aw'u
plied with the celebrated Artesian
and Hot, Cold or Shoiwer Baths aanso
taind at any time. The samar~
rill be paid to the comfort of thga
eretofore, and travellers cam roly apSS
finding the Charleston Hotel egual tosy
a the United States. The patro.se of
the travelling public is respettibUy ioage.
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Jan. 15 3tf. Prepietol.
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