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From "Hearth and Hotr.e."
THE BENEFIT OF MANURE.
HOW SHALL WE GET ALL OF IT ?
"All is in saving manure," said an
old farmer to us. He had a well-drain
ed farm, both of intervale and hill
land. He cer.'! therefore say it with
safety, so far as his farm was concerned.
But a neighbor not far distant had a
differentstory. "You throw your ma
nure away on wet land," said he.
'-This has been my experience for
many years. At last I drained my
soil, and I now seem to get the benefit
of the manure I have used (and the
soil is well charged with it,) to say
nothing of the other benefits fo ditch
ing, which I find even as great as that
of manure. Now I have dry land, I
can walk over it anywhere, and, what
is more, at any time of the year. So
can my horses and cattle. The differ
ence is very great. I put in my plough
early, so early that I beat all m.y
neighbors. all except t h o s e that
are situated like me. 'his is not
surprising, but it was a miracle to me
for the first few years. To plow not
only when others plowed who had dry
soil, but to plow earlier than any one
else this was a wonder. And I put my
grain in earlier than one would think
was possible, sometimes even in the
edge of winter, and the crops never
failed. The oats and the barley and
thle peas and the wheat all stood
it and came out earlier and bet
ter than other people's. This, I
think, was because the land was
dry winter as well as summer;
spring and fall the same. It was
'warm, and sweot, and healthy," said
the ditcher, who afterward finishe.'
wa. well begun. *
Here the manure emntinue to do its
work, not only to grow-that is .g-ow
better -but help warm the ground,
make it porus, and- do other things
that-benefited the soil. The ground
being mellow., the soil, being a good,
generous one strength of the manure
is retained, save only as it is given
to vegetation, and it is doing its good
office all this time in the soil, r-eclaim
iug more and mote the yet dormant
prineiples, remaining in it. Thus,
for many years, the manure has its
effect in drained soil that has been wet
in connection with the air that is ad
itted, 'ust by the process of drainage
alone, but also greatly aided by the far
iner, who may nov subsoil with safety
and profit, which before he could do
only withont harm to the land, getting
the more water in it and mud in places,
if the season was wet, the subsoil hold
It is, then, the condition of the land
that affects our manure. Whether ap?
plied on the surface or turned in, this
is the case. You may with confidence
plough in your manure, in a well drain
edl, porous soil, providing always it
is retentive; else it should go on the
top feeding the upper roots first well,
then in its passage down the rest.
Manure,when it is made, and as it
is made, should go on the land-land
mneflow, and drained, and retentive.
Spread on the earth, you are safe then.
On your meadow, on your ploughed
land, it is the same. You get all the
strength, unless you apply very thick,
much thicker than common ; but in
ordin.ary quantities, you get all. The
land gets it for you.
If you keep over summer or have
late made, or much strw, etc.,
which must be worked int. manure
the soil is your agent again, applied
either wh.ere the straw was grown, or
carried where wanted. Thus, clay
may be used or sand mostly, accord
ing as the land requires. I have plen
ty of clay near my barn, and a distant
field where the manure is wanted to
be used is composed largely of sand or
gravel, I mix up my straw or coarse
manure at the barn, and with the clay
of course. This is to be done early in
the spring, to be added to the pile as
it is made.
In this way, all the strength of the
manure is saved--not all, uhless it be
saved first in the stable, .kept from
running away'or evaporating, which
maay be done effectually by the different
absorbents, among which iek and
saw-dust. both dried, are the prin
cipal. But ground of any kind will
do.; so will fiue shavings, tanbark and
other things. These used daily, .and
carefully, will save all the manure. If;.
applied on dry or drained land, the fullI
benefit will be received, and this will
be considerable, much more than is
generally supposed. It will pay, and
pay well; this a the main. And it is
the only way. We must harbor our I
manure ; we must get all of it that we
make. and the strength of it after
wards in. the land. F. G.
GooD CARVING.-ThC llousehold
('ube says :Not only is it true that
mueat-is twice as nice if nicely divided,
b)ut also a joint properly carved will gto
nearly twice as far as another of siimi
lar size and weigh't clumsily cut up ;
:und ever careful housewife and true
economist will do her best to master
the art of carving as soon as possible.
Not only will she be taking the best
meians to avoid waste, but she will also
?et the credit of keeping well-provided
table ; for even where there is but little
to serVe, if it is well cooked, well carved
we'll served, and neatly puton the table,
a1 single dish is preferable to apro-'
fusion ill prepared. Even in so small a
m~atter as cutting a slice of bread, a loaf
always cut straight ad even goes~
muchel fueher than oiie hacked and
ne~wmu irregularlj, or in all directions,
:md it is palatable to the last piece. so
that there is no excuse for heaving odds
On:-Eo; T.A CsK.--One egg,
ur :ile-:ponflsofsugar, one ta
t:iblespoinful of hutter, one teaspoon
fuul of l:aking powder, and st ~ .:iPnt
Iiur to make it the consistte .cy of
p'ounmd cake. Season to taste. Bake
m em pans or patties.
Pistol practice is getting too
Read! Read!! Read"'
B RAIILEY 'ENI I PAINT.
MADE FR' M
Pure White Lead, Linseed Oil and Zinc, Chemically Combined.
Will last three times as long as the best lead and oil inixed in the orlinary way.
Always ready for use. Sold by the gallon.
One Gaiton Covers Twenty Square Yards Two Coats.
TuF PLAINS, FAVqrisr. Co., V.%.;Feb. 6tt 1872.
M,. C. P. KSINIT-SiR: The Paint came safely to hand as orderedl-two keg-, five
gallons each, and three buckets, one gallon each. As practice was slack-, I did the job
myself. Two weeks, (not constant work,) completed the house two coats. The last coat
I applied thick, and it is now generally couceded that for enamel-like hardness, and body,
and harmony of colors, there is not a handsomer job in the place. I saved sixty-five dol
lars by the operation, which is an item just now with Southern people. 't should be gen
erally adopted in this State. Any country lad can apply it. I hav never dabbled in
such stock as Testimonials, but I feel so forcibly the great adaptability of your "Enamel
Paint" to the wants of our people, in excellency of material, in beauty of color, and in
the fact of its being "ready mixed", that I give you free perijission. (if it is desirable to
you,) to make what use you think proper of this letter.
Very respectfully and truly, S. McGILL, M. D.
BALTIMORF, December 10th, 1872.
MR. C. P. KsIGIT, EsQ.-DFArz SIa: It affords me much pleasure to say to you that
the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint far exceeds my expectation in economy and beauty,
and.I have every rea-:on to believe, in durability. More th.n twelve months since, I
painted the roof of my (Hotel Mansion House) with the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint,
and I was so well pleased with it, I determined to paint the outside of the Hotel, and am
most happy to say it gives me perfect satisfaction. In conclusion I will say, if this testi
monial will be of any advantage to you, yol are at liberty to use it.
Yours most respectfi.ly, ISAAC ALBERTSON,
Mansion House Hotel, N. W. Cor. Fayette and SRt. Pauil Streets, Baltiiorb.
To -RE PULI.-It affords me much pleasure to state that in July, 1871 Front
Street Theatre was painted inside and out with "Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint," for
which C. P. Knight, No. 93 West Lombard Street, is agent, and to testify to its superior
ity over any and all other paints for similar uses. In no private dwelling can paint possi
bly be subjected to the very severe test it undergoes at this estahli-hmient, where, divmng
our da,ily cleaning, soap and soda are constantly applied to it, and yet it appears as sound
and.fresh as when first put on. Of the numerous advantages it possesses over other
paints, I will only mention its being mixed and ready for use in qtfantities to suit pur
chasers; its quickly drying properties, which saves much time in the execution of work
where paint is needed, and its very perceptible tenacity, which imparts beauty and dura
bility to the objects on which it is used. As such I most earnestly recommend it to the
merchants.and tradesmen of our city, believing it will give them greater satisfaction than
they can possibly anticipate- WM. E. SINN,
Baltimore, April 25, 1872. Front Street The:.tre.
(t%ntim:nsia-rt-, December 10th 1872.
MR. C. P. Kir1T-DEAr Sin: The paints we receive l from yot have been applied
to several of our.*own buildings and to those of our friends, and have given entire satis
faction in covering qualities, in glozs, and in adaptability to all kinds of surface of mate
rial, and we cheerfully recommend it, especially to that class of consumers who have to
depend upon unkr.own parties, or painters, to uix and furnish materials, wherein we have
found the most deception.
Yours, truly, -JACOI STOUFFER & SON.
-hARYLAND LINE, BALTIMORK COUNTY, N., September 24th, 1872.
C. P. KNIGHT, EsQ -Agent for Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint, BAltiiore-D:AR SIRn:
The paint which I purchased from you has given entire satisfaction, so much so that all
my neighbors inteod to follow my example, and have their hiow;es painted. It is not on
ly durable and cheap, but it looks better after it is put on than any paint I ever saw. The
painter I have employed is delighted with it. lie says tihit he can paint twice as fast,
and at the same time do a better job, with the Enamel paint, tha-i any other paint lie
ever used. I can therefore without hesitation recommend it to the public as one of the
very best articles of paint ever introdueed.
Yours, very truly, JAMi:S lALL.
IEL. A in, M.uAnY.AND, Muarchu 4th 18S72.
Mn. C. P. KsiGliT-DA.n SIR: I have been using, since last .pring, lBradiey's Patent
Enamel Paint, and am huappy to say that it gives enrire satisfacetion wherever I have used
it, and to parties to whom I have furnished it for other painuters to use. Mr. ,John J.
Street, t:bo lives near Clermont Mills, to whom I furnished the Bradley Paint last fall, is
much pleased with it, and gives permissionf to use his name in reconuoneinding so good a
paint. S. 11. Montague, painter, agrees with me as to the durability of your most excel
lent paint. I ho~pe parties who have painting to do will look to their advantage and appls
flradlev's Patent Enamel Paint, which is the most durable paint now in1 use. It holds its
gloss longer than any other paint that I have ever used.
Yours, truly, E. C. GA RRETTSOg, IIouse and Sign Painter.
C. P. KNIrrr, Esq.-DxaR Sin: I have used Bradlev's- Patent Enamel P'aiint on my
dwelling last Spring, and anm miuch pleased with it. amnd i't looks as well niow as when inst
painted, -and consider it a good-Paint. Y ours, truly,
Creswell P. 0., Hartford Co., Md., Feb. 6th, 187'. A. II. ST RASD AUI'H.
C. P. KNIGHT, Sole Agent,
. . No. 93 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore.
Lg SPECIMENS AND PRICE LIST FURNISH_ED GRATIS. EZ
Ju:ne 11, 23-3m.
Only 50 Cents per BoWe~~
It pomoes heGEOWTH,PRESERVES
the COLOE, and increases the Vigo 4
and BEAUTY ofthe HAnR. 4
Ovdt TEDmlT YzasEo AL YOiq'S KhTiamol
ToR TER liAIR was frt placed in the market by
Professor E. Thomas Ion, a graduatedo Princetoa.
College. The name dernved from the Greek.
orseaor.eavr it ha recei'ved St e popa
aity it haa obtained,isunprecedented and incred.:
blo. Rt increases the GnowTm and BxAry of thel
BaR. It is a delightful dressing. It eradicatet
Daketheool and eivothohairrica.af.
ndQLTIasit wa over a rnERaof aCE
EURT AGO, and is sold by all Druggists and Coun
Cry Stores at .ouly Fifty Cens per Dlotle.
A pr. 16, 15--ly.eow.
-WILLIAMSTON, S. C.
THE FALL SESSION OPENS JULY 7, 1873
RAT:.s FoRt 20) WEEKS.:
Board, $70.00; Regular Tuition, 810.0 TP~Y~G TBEPRTO
to 825.00 ; French, $10.00 : Piano, tUitar,lcmodspyfwUnonRO ,
or Organ, $20.00 ; Latin, Greek, a.id 5ing- HRSadFUT,obndihte
ing, (.RATis. roete.wihitcl aueaeCtatc
The celebrated CIIaLY.vuT: S?r.is, 200 pret uWos,Drti,ltatvsa
ards fronm the College Building, has been ~et~att fsii rmteSGi
f very great benefit to pupils in. delicate CALt ephminaycitewih
For a Catalogue, address,
REV. SAMUEL LANDER, \.M.
June 4, 22-2m. President
Free Transportation. oeo h nlowrd hyaeitne
WE are prepared to grind from one to I tatc otdsrbeTnc n a
one hundred and fifty bosbels Corni per day, I fitys
amd( will furnish free trasportation of their
grain to and from our mill for our patronst P1
WEBB, JONES & PARKER. ~ rl~ itr
A pr. 17, 16-tf.codntoretos
S 5 t $20Per D)ay! Agents Wanted!stmlttouc deretzahlhyaio
Ie of either sex, young or~~ ol.mkworn eo on- ebogtnotsarmd t hc
Sat work fruintheir spare moments, or all eigevr t~ alutt A pia
ue time. than at anythmng else. Particulars adSme ozcterbr oeul
Free. Address G- Stinson & Co.. Portland. Te raml n eteT:raioamwla
Iaine. Jan. 15. 2-17. Toc.Tep'rfte ci hyaea
Tobacco., Tobacco. hyuryad uire.T ceD3
We at e just in rec eipt of :c5 BOXES ofasasci iilSt'.Ctdcrmswhh
'0BA CCO of variou,'s grades anid prices, at , !l i1' .itha bckdn
ho!sale or retai!.
Aperiet, 1utrito, Dureti,Aleaivn
BUY THE BEST!
The AMERICAN will Last a Life Time.
It is superior to all others for simplicity
It has been pronounced by the best me
chanics the best finished, and made on the
best plan, of any machine manufactured.
Will sew the finest and cnarsest fabrics, no
natter how much starch. Never drops
stitches, run- light and almost noiseless.
Call and examine for ygurself.
Sold ott the most reasonable terms and
Indzuments to clubs.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
(lct. 22' 3-f
AIthoriZed Cpital ..... .. . 2,000,000,
Guaranteed Capital............ 5(,000
Deposited with S(ate Conptrollers
for Security of Policy llolders:.-.50,000
W. B. JOuSTON................President
W. S. HOLT............... Vice-President
G o. S. OnFAP.................Secretary
J. W. Bteni:..............General Agent
J. MERCER GPr.:N, 3f. D.......Medical Ex'r
W. J. MAMu............Sup't of Ageucies
C. F. 3cCay.................Actuary
NEWPRERRtY C. II., S. C.,
December 19, 187:2.
At a meeting of Policy Holders, at
Newberry C. 1I , a Board of Advisory.
Trustees of the COTTON STATES
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
was organized. and the following ofli
T HOMAS S. MooRaNx. - President
WM. LA4atwtI, - Vice-President
0. L. Senucm:aT, - - Secretary
The Company is in the finest possi
ble conditiou-having $175 to $100
A Dividend has been declared on
all Policies issued prior to'Januadry
M. W. ABNEY,
THE subscriber has on hand at Pcake
Stationi, neal- Alston, S. C., on the G. & C:
R. R., TVWO HUNDRED THOUSAND NO.
1 SHAVED SUJING;LES, in packages of
five hundred each, which he offers very
io-,. He is constantly receiving similar
lotw. Orders will be promptly attended to.
Price, 64. 50 per thousand. No charge for
loading. Terms Cash. Address,
F. H. DOMINICK,
Fe.b. 12. i-3m"a A LSTON, S. C.
The Newberry Hotel,
JORIDAN~ P. POOL, Proprietor.
This Hotel has undergone recent repairs,
and is nowv more comfortable and well ap
pointed than ever. .With a well-kept table,
good rooms, attention to every want, and
obliginig secrvants, the traveling public will
find it all they can ask for.
In add(ition there is a tirst-class bar-room
where the best of wines, liquors and segars
can he ha:d, and also a billiard-room at
The Livery stable belonging to the Hotel
is also well supplied.
Sept 2.5 tf
The undersigned respectfully iniforms the
public that she is nlow prepared to furnish
Meals-F"ish, OySterS, &c.,
Every D)ay, and at all Hours.
Also, Bread, Cakes. Pies, Wigs and Rolls,
-Fresh Every Day.
Nov 13, 40 KATE SIlODAIR.
FOR YOUR MEALS
gg.Breakfast Going Up and Dinner
PAVILION HOT EL,
Charleston, S. C.
G. T. ALFORID & CO., Proprietors.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
REESE & CARROLL,
SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING
North of the Pollock House,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
R~oom newly fitted and furnished, and gen
tlemen attende*'l to with celerity, after the
ER BOARDS, &c. Over 100 different pat
t on -hand, for saic at New York prices.
to order at short Io:ice. Stair Rail, New
and made to order. Good and :.nbstantial
ibe made in the United States. We have
the city of B- imore, all of which we guar
it good and sustantial work.
ics, Sash, Blind and Door Makers, by Trade,
n, and can refer to gentlemen all over this
o the charact-2r of their work for the past
SSE L L & CO., Charleston, S. C.
we box up our work, and our own assump
nary handling, our goods are shipped over
is a great saving to the purchaser of our work.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.
Buggies, Sadduery, A-C.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
WE M[N HMI[
And can show a stock of
carriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
HARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
Refrigerators, &c., &c.,
;enerally, in this line, which for beauty,
:lcgance, durability and supe:iority cannoL
)e surpassed in the country.
WE SELL AT FACTORY PRiCES,
IND DEFY COMPETITION!
Our SANiLE and IIAINE-S IANC
ACTORY is well supplied and turns our
AT THE LOWER STORE
:an be found a choice and large assort
Inent of '
fevery characte-r and kind, which wie wil
Low for Cash !
We boy largely of COTTON and give the
op of the market always.
All we ask is that the public will favor
with a c:all so that an examination may
e niaado. Itemembher there are th,ree' spa
ate establishimen ts.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Oet. 23, 4:)-tf.
hiioniery and Bining.
ME STATIONERY HOllSE,
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in thie.new and hand
anme building immediately opposite the
bonix office, on Main street, a complete
cof ST ATIONERY,
omprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
II sizes, qualities and of every description;
lat _Papers of Camp, Decmy, Double-Cap, Me
iumi, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
zes, which will be sold in any quantity, or
2anufactured into Blank Books of any size,
nd ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
tyle, at short notice.
n endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali
f every variety, Memorandum and Pass
ooks, Pocket atooks, Invoice and Letter I
ooks, Receipt Books, Note Books.
APRCHITECTS and DRAUGHTSMEN will
nd a complete stock of materials for their
se. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
ristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
aper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
oxes, Brushes, Crayons, Dr-awing Pens.
SCHOOL STATIONERY i
'C eyery description ; a~ great variety of' con
enient and useful artinles for both Teacherst
Phiotograh Albums, Writing Desks, 'Port
lios, Caba's, with boxes, and a countless
iriety of .
Also, ' most elegant stock of Gold Pens
'id Pencil Cases, super bly-mounted RIubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Tndelible
id Copying; Mucilage; Chess and Back
immon Men and Boards : Visiting and Wed
'ng Cards, and everything usually kept in aJ
'irst O lass Stationery House,
ichb the subscriber intertds this shall be.
He' will still conduct his BINDElRY andt
L ANK 13''(K 3IA NVtFACTORY and PA
ER-RL'UNG ESTlAlJLISHlMENT, which
is been in successful operation for over
irty ye:ig in this State, and to which he
ill continue to devote his own ncrsonal at
ntion. Ihis stock will be kept up full and
mplete, and his prices will he found always
asonable, and he hopes to have a share of
E. Rt. STOKES, Main Street, u
N~o. 15, 46-t Oppo-ite P'honix Office.
E. DAVIES. D. pf. WADE.
THE USFTL SIG RjG THil 00RNR.
~.E. DAVIES& CO.,'
New York andl Domestic .
oultr-y, Game, Eggs, Butter,
Lard, Cheese, &c.
ORF(JL OYSTEP DEPTS
Ne.it to D)r. Jacksoa's,
COLUMBIA, S. C. a
Ordase Pr.natlr staended 'Toi. e
V001-'.% 4 41It 4
/ / OPSP -C
D 16ESSED FLO(RING, CEILING, WEATH
tf-i ns ofMouldings madc. over 100,000 fei
Mantel-Pieces., Door and Window Frames, mad(
els, Ballusters ot- Walnut or Mahogany, on hani
work made as cheap at this establishment as cai
on hand the largest stock of the above,South of
antee will give entire satisfaction to all who wal
Tle subscribers are the-only practical Mechat
carrying on the business in the city of Charlesto
State, deorgia, Noith Carolina and Florida, as 1
W. P. RU
NOTICE.-On account of the manner in which
tion of the risk of Breakage of Glass with ord
t,he roads in this State at HALF RATES, which
Mar. 12, 1873-10-ly.
L.R HALL& CO,
4.ll -f8,a3MArAet Stet.
2 23, 2 25, fff Beyt B
This Cut entereducecordin.: to Acet of Cougress,
in the year 1873, by L H. HALL.& CO., in the of
Tice of the Librarim,of (Congress, at Washington.
N.h-Oer IQ-91, byn IH.-f.&C.. i h
June 25. 18-3-25-1y
Sash and Blinds,'
MOULDINGS, BlRACKETS, ,
STAIR FlX-tures, BUilders' Fur- j
nishing Hlardware,Drain Pipe, Floor s
Tiles, Wire Guards, Terra Cotta
Ware, Miarble and Slate Mantle*
WINDOW GlMSS.A SPECIALTY.
White Pine Lumber for Sale.
Circulars and. Price Lists sent r
free on application, by
P. P. TOALE, s
20 Hlayne and ..i Pinckuey se K
Oct. 2,'7"iv l. Charleston,S..
GEG. S. IIACKER,
Door, Sash and Blind Factory,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
- - - u
ths it li olyh u sndan man
a-db aCrina n i th s city, a
THI ISEA a ND F R COPLTE d
Factory :ind Warerooms, King Street, op
posite Cannon Street, on line of City Rail
way. Address, GEOS.HACER
P. 0. Box 170, Charleston, S. C. p
LOYEL.\CE & WilEELER, Agents. p
Nov. 13, '72-4-ly.l h
S OU T HE RN T
Gervais Strect, near Greenville and Colum- a
COLUIBIA. S. C..
IS PREP'ARED TO RECEIVE COTTON -
and other property upon storage, and make 1E
advances upon the same. Cotton shipped to
this house will he stored subject to the order
of the owner, and the lowest rates charged
for stoinge. All property so stored will be
insured in good reliable companies, if in- ]
surance is desired ; and advances will he made j
at the lowest banking rates. Our store
houses are so located that drayage is not
necessary; and no charge for handiing will
All business communications shonid be
addressed to the Treasurer.
EDWARD IIOPE, President. F
EUWIN F. GaAR, Tfreasurer.
Mar. 12, 10-Urn. .
N-AT IONAL H OTEL.
Columbia, S. C.
Robert Joyner, PrOpr-ietor-.
P. llaillilt(Jll JOVliCI. Clerk.
)f Board, per Day...............----'
unpper, Bheakifast and Lodging... i)tb
- .1Ral d1 oads.
SOUTH CAROLINA R. R.7
Steamships, and Connecting Roads,
Ireat Southern Freight and Passenger Line
Via Charleston, S. C.,
Uew York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Balti
OfTer superior inducements to Shippers of
Freight. ,uick time and safe delivery guar
Passengers will find th is not only the cheap
est, but the most del:ghiful route between
New York and points Webt. Elegant stain
ers on the line.
Through Tickets on sale at the ibove
points, and at ali principal poiits West.
A. L. TYLER.
Vice-Pre,ident, S. C. R. It.
S. B. PIcK:NS, General Ticket Agent, S.
C. R. It. Apr. 9, 14-if.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
.. 31. COLE, General Ticket Agent, Balti
SIDNEY B. JONES, General Passenger
Agent, Cincinnati, Qio.
Great National Route to the West
The only Line running Ptiliman's Palace
Cars, and elegant Day t'oaches between
Baltimore and Washington, Cincinnati and
It is the BEST ROUTE to Chicago, Columbus,
Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, and
Its connections are man'y and import: it,
m:tking more direct eonnectibns throuLh
Union Depots with other lines, than any
other Rail Line from Washington or Balti
Thi( superb equipimints of this Line, Grand
Scenery, it-z advantages in inodorn inpro.e.
me,lts, a..d permanent structures of Iron
Bridges and Stone Viaduets, are %otable
features, :.nd conimend it to the traveller.
Apr. 2, 1:--td.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND
JAMES AN DFRSOY,Generad perinten
dent, Wihningtoll, N. C.
E. I. DORSEY, General Freight and
Ticket Agent, Columbia. S. C.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
Leave CharhLte, 7.15 1.:,. and 8.2,. i.r.
" Coltinhbia, 2.29 p.M and ;; :0;..M
Arrive at Angusta, 7.42 P.31. and S.'z . o.
Leave Aiigita, 6.:15 .%.M. and 5.51) r.g.
"c C,lumnbia, 11.:1 . and 1.15 P.Nr.
Arrive at Gharloue, 1.15 -.:. and . . t.
: " Trai., markied - do not run on Sun
Both Train; make cloQe connnctior. to all
points North, South, East and West.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Night Trains.
The connections are imeinrous, and with
he principal lir.es of travel in North Caro
na, South Carolina and Georgia.
Apr. 2, 13-tt.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Daily, Sundays excepted, connecting with
sight Trains on South Carolina. Railroad. up
md down, also with Trains going North and
South on Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad. and Wilmington. Columbia and Au
Leave Columbia.................. 7.15 a m
'Alston..............9. 5 a m
" Newberry.................10.40 a mn
".Cokesbury.................20 p m
- Belton.... ................. .5 p mn
irrive Greenville................ .00 p mt
eave Greenuville.................... . a mn
- Belton...................'.30 a mn
" Cokesbury....................1115s a mn
SNewberry,................. 2.30 p mn
-Aiston... .................. 4.20 p in
arrive Columbia................. .00 p mn
LNDEEiSON Ba NCH AND DLUE RUiDGE DIVISION.
eave Walhalla at.................5.45 a ma
- Perryville.................. .2 a mn
" Fend leton.... ................ 7.10 a mo
- Anderson....................s10 ant
a rrive at Btelton.......-....... ........ 9.00 a mn
Connectingr with down train fronm G reenville.
eave Beltou at. . *3.50 p mn
- Anderson 43 p m
" Pendleton . 3 .59 p m
" Perry ille......5.25 p mn
a.rrive at Walhalla.... 7.15 p mn
Accommodation Trains run on Abbeville
3ranch. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
)n Anderson Branch~ between Uelton and 'Au
lerson. on Tuesdays, y'hursdays and Satnrdays.
111OS. 001DAMEAD. Gen'l Supt.
JaBOz NoUT?ON, Geueral Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Rlairoad Comlpany,
COLUJMBl A. S. C., .June. 28, 1872.
ON and after aSUNDA Y. the 20thi instant, P'as
enger Trains upon this Itoad will arrive and
eave as follows:
)tAIL AND) PASSENGUR. TRAIN.
ecave Columbia at...................250 a mn
trrive at Charleston at .. ............ .1.10 p in
,eave Charleston at .................... 6.0.3 a mn
Lrrlve at Columnblant................... 1.45 p mn
IIGHT EXREsSY:5, .PR:IG.iiT AND) AccOMIMODA
TION TnAIN. lSndays excepted.j
.eave C'olumbtia at.... .... ...........7.35 p mn
trrive at Charleston at..............G.45 a inm
.eave Charleston at..................... 10 p mn
Lrrivent Columbianr... ...............0.15 a m
Gamden .iccommodation Train will contin.ue
a run to Columbia as >ormerly--Mondays, Wed -1
esdays and Saturday..
A. .L. TYL El. Vice-Pre'sident.
S. II. lIIKENS,, Geineral Ticket Agent.
tunmier Schedule Spartanbnrg and Union
To Commence 2othi May, L871.
DuWN TRAIN. l
Arrive. l.eave, rie 4C
,atesville. ...;.00) 6.."0 4
acolet..........0S t.13 ') 44
onesv ille.... ...... 4.43 6.
'niouville....7.25 7.5' - 0
antuc......... 8.20 .8.25 * ~
'ish Dam........... 8.4n . 45
lalon......itS 9 - UP T 1I 4"
vlesFor .9.' 945 4 4" 4.5
trother........1' 05 1'.1' 12 Zs 1'. 5
TIlOS. IB. J.iETER. Pres.idet
May 31, 1871.
harlotte, (olumnbi: d: Augusta R. Rl.
('ol.LranIA. S. C., Se.ptember 22, 187!.
ON and alter this date the following sebed
le will be run over this ro:ad: -
Train No. 1. Train No.2.
cave .\ugusta....... .5 A. M. 5 50 P. M1.
cave Columbia.. 11. .53 A. M. 1I.o5 1'. M.
.rrive Charlotte...7.42 I'. M. 6.9 A. M. e
eave Charlotte.....oO A. M. 8.20 P. M1..
ease Columbia...240 P. M. 2.30 A. M. s
rrive -tuguta. ......7.42P.M. 20 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Traini daily. Sundays
ccepted. Both trains make close coinection to 'r
IIpoints North. South and West. No. 1 Train
a kes close connection at Bliihond for Yirgin- I
'Through Tickets sold, and IRaggage checked to f
.1 primcipal points.
Standard Tume-Washington City Time,.
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