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IITe 0 N kRN i EEPIN G.
T he wide stllI is aluryan
ought to be six or even ten feet
wide, if room can be spared. Loose
boxes are important for horses Of
reat va.ue in such stal's they can
get perfect. repose by changirg tI Ieir
position. recover from the fatigue
of a bard day's drive. and be readY
for their task tlt -"xt day. The
food best Odapted to the horse is
oats and ay of the best quality. Oc
casionayiv varied with a Uan mash,
with turips or cartOs s an altr
native. '-he grow%th and
ment of bone and Iuscle dcpena
o-reatly on the fee th cat. I.t i
imp~ortant to select such as con
form the boneo and muscle of the
ose. It is sel.vi1ut that th
nutritive Aatter supplied by the
food must be qual to the ex.haus
t:on, or rua w:e vf K C
to kep up cotO
The horse that is about to be
The 1 . UL 1 , 1,0
driven on a omU i y nv l': (n
ing by e:cx-ise-prepari g by
swenang ot thec bod'y to Prf
and increase the circaUin f
blood. and also by hand-rubb'ng
elastic--a prepalation in some t
gree corresponding with that at
tained by a horse that is daily
driven on the road for ordinary
work. For one weeik prev: ous to
the start they neea daily exercise,.
commeneing with eight or ten miles,
and gradually increasing to twenty
p h exercis, wih ap
propriate food,. will harden their
muscles. strengthen their limbs and
prepare them to perform their
tasks without giving out on the
road, materially declining in flesh,
or seriously exhausting their physi
If we perform long drives with
horses accustomed to short work~
only, the sudden transition from
indolence to great exertion will re
lax their muscles, weaken their
joints, depress their spirits and
break down their constitution. The
leading cause of so many valuable1
horses be2ing spoiled by long drivesI
is from being short of work. They
are not prepared for such severe
exertions. Condition will prepare
them to perform their work cheer
fully,. last out with sound limbs.
and preserve their constitutional
vigor for future usefu-iless.
(Ytinal! Lice ,StoJc ounald.
A UsEEI PASTE.-A correspo-n
dont of the Eming Pose gives the~
following recipe for a paste for use
in making scrap books: "I dissolve
a piece of alum the size of a waluut
in a pint of boiling water ;to thisI
add a couple of tablesnoonfalis of
flour. made smLooth in a little cold
water, and a few drops of oil or
cloves, letting the whole come to a
boil. This paste will keep months.
I put it in glass jars used for can
ning, or well cleaned black:ir.g bot
tles. I use a half inch bristle
brush. which costs but a few pen
nics. This paste is han~dy. too. for
domnesti purp~o5ss. MyJ cldo n
have many toys tha.t Umel in wood
enF boxQ's, out inese wm II reai( .a
theC corner&s. arTe- soon come to
pics ?hen a lKox binUs to i
cano. an .. *:e QiiusL Vn
when .wmsclan puti. in lea
scoliops an ee with finger.
cover with stiff im.. an ahev
eov~*r w;th stilt papc r an~ a heavy
- ''O wads Rflong Te rOacs m
10 connu v, if 'v is an observant
mean, ce malLny learn many lessons
)f a'e The dwellers along th
asds may not suspect that
eir characters may be read
ery painly by the conditflon of the
road in front of their homes, Znd
The appearance of their surround
ings. But it is so. and every man
has a certificate of character. ex
ibited at his door, or upon his
fnce, for thAe passersby to read.
For instance, just now we may see
roadsides white with the wild carroi
or other pestiferous weeds. This
shows that the owner is careies"
and thriftless, beeaase he is siffering
njurious weeds to multiply, and
by up future trouble for him: that
he is selish and regardless of
what is due to his neighbor, be
cause lie is actually injring Ohe
l7,tter's property by stockinig it with
weeds. ..nd laying up trouble for
him as well as for himself: also
that he is not a law-abiding.
or at feasl. that he is a thought- i
less citZien auIse he o'bserves
neither the written law wehib.
ia ncarly' every state, oblig s'
evry own-er or occnpi:r of propcrty
to destroy iniarious wee's uipon-j
his pnmis(s nor th unritten
hw of jinstice and kindnus L Is
neighbor, which woul impel hi;m
to ""o Cs he Would be done by.
SO Ns wi evrTlrg ab ut th
hose, the gardens. the yards.
type ar. S:n e or puadCD
'L' inpcto aUpt an hics. fron fence.2
tio is st lort thainv w s
a n i 1 10* U1
and by In w S V*e dl
T. !e mor-u or~ I :s atul e :comLy s1'
so plain that not irg flther ned
be. -.ad a's to its apneatimn.T .st
e.m man~ jnge~ h imself by it,ho
ever and not . 1e1go . e
the erytime when action in :his
rear wmvil be mos:.eficcaive.
~P:. m HUo.uS.-The 1 omel$s of
Amelrie-t will not become wI uL they
should be, until a true idea. of life
shall btcome more wid el,- im
hnned. The chief end of life 's to
gather gold, and that g0od is
counted lost which hangs a pictu -e
on the wail, which purchases flo".
es for the yard, which buys a toy
or a book for the eager hand of:
child. Is this the whole of huma.i
life ? A child will go forth frofr. a
stall, glad to find free air and wides1
pasture. The influence of such a~
home on him in after life will be
just none at all, or nothing good.
Thousands are rushing from homes
like these every year. They crowd
into cities ;into villages ; they
swarm into all places where life is
clothed with a higher significance;
and the old shell of home is deserted
by every bird as soon as it can fly.
Ancestral homesteads and patri
monial acres have no sacredness ;
and when the father and mother
die, the stranger's presence oblite
rae associtions that should be
among the most sacred of all
thng3. We would have you build
up for yourselves and your chil
dren a home that will never be
lightly parted with--a "ome which
will be to all whose lives have been
asociated with it, the most in
teresting and precious spot on
earth. We would have that home
the abode of dlignity. beauty, grace.
loe. genial fellowship and happy
assoiations. Out from such a
home we would see ambition taking
root, and receiving all generous
eitre. And then we would see
ou and your wife happy. Do not
(:enDive vourreii of such influences
as will come through an institution
ik this. No money can pay you
fr sau a d;eprivation1. Nocr
curstanc's but those of utter pov
erty can 1ustnyv you mi acuymg fl
*! ' - . .
m thods are~ sat o bej)infaib *:I
-. I'o n::rc "n f ran hotten. a:l
-1 -g 1
pol. wath sptea galnrpenti, anu1
eoRubOlE a wOIonS. aTxy .o te
orw rest the colorr of ooatile.
col gas thouart iny Toap
sud:. :um ine ok wm msapuear.
o RESToRE toLORs, KTe.--.riartS
horn will restore the color of wool
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
T HE countenance is pale and lead
en-colored, with occasional flushes,
or a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks; thc eyes become dull; the
pupils dilate; an azure semicircle
runs along the lower eye-lid ; the
nose is irritated, swells, and sometimes
bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip;
occasional headache, with huimning
or throbbing of the ears; an unusual
secretion of saliva; slimy or furred
tongue; breath very foul, particularly
in the morning; appetite variable.
sometimes voracicus, with a gnawing
sensation of the stomach, at others,
entirely gone: e-ting pains in the
stomach; occaj.onal nausea and vom
iting; violent pains throughout the
abdomen; bowels irregular, at times
costive; stools slimy, not unfrequent
ly tinged with blood; belly swollen
and hard ; urine turbid ; respiration
occasionally difficult, and accompa
nied by hiccough; cough sometimes
dry and convulsive; uneasy and dis
turbed sleep, with grinding of the
teeth; temper variable, but generally
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN -MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, not capa b of doingy the slightest
injuryto / mI-s- teindos r infait.
The genuine Dz. McLAN.'s VER
M1FUGE bears the signatures of C.
MCLANE and FI NG IOs. on the
DR. C.McA S
arc not recommen:'da a reme y "for
4-ll thie ills th--: tie.a i., i to.7' bt in
afIections of tle 1ver. in all AiliUZ
Complaints, Dsp.ia. andl Sick I1ead
ache, or dsases f hat character, they
stand without rival.
AGUE A)N) FEVER.
Nc% better cathartic can be used prepar
atory to, or a"iler tak:ng (uinine
a simple purgativ they are un
BEWARiE OF UxTATIONS.
The genuine a?e never sugar coated.
Each u'xi' * ed wax seal on the
lid, witli the im-esion DRa. McLANE'S
Each wr onr liars the signatures of
C. McLm:an F:mIN Baos.
i.nsist upo hing ~. the genuine Dr.
C. Mci.NI:'s LnT.a Pru.s, prepared by
Fleming Brs. of Pittsnuargh, Pa., the
market being full of imitations of the
name .hc Lauc. spelled differently but
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-ommssion and alil sorts of war claims before
he ExecuAtive Departments.
Arrears of Pay and Bounty.
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Cotested Land Cases. Priv-ate Land Claimrs,
iing Pre-emnption and Homestead Cases,
rs ctfed before the General Land Office and
epartent of the lnterior.
Oid Bounty Land Warrants.
The last Report of the Commnissioners ot the
eneral L.aad O11ice shows 2.897.5.0 acres of
ontty Land Wiarrats outstaninig. Toese were
isued'under acts of 18->5 and prior acts. We pay I
cash for them. Send by reg~istered letter. Where
ssine,u are imnpe:iect we give instructions
o perfect them.
Each udepartmie:t of our business is conducted
i a sei-arate bureau, under the charge of expe
riened lawyers and clerks.c
ur reaMon of error or fraud many attorneys y
are ~suspended from practice before the Penision
id other offices each year. (Clamts whose
attorneys have ben thtuSssluendd will ibe gra- I
tuitously fu.rnishied with full iforma'tItioni an:d
wo.er p: pers on application to u1s. 1
A swe chbarge no fee un less successful, stamps.
r etura po'tage :-hould be sent us.
Liea arratngemenit made with attorneys in
lt classes of business.I
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. . Box 44. Washington, D. C. .1
W.AsnING-rox. I). C.. Noi-en.ber 24.1976.
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dcnee iin the' respon 'ibil1ity and tidelity of the
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T1'WEES. CASSIMERES., TRIM
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Ald Ox1:ie lly stock be for pireliasing
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F'L.NNE:LM, Si LAWLS, BOU
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C~fliiisinouth.to orde athshortinotice,danrom S pare
For Single Meals.................$ 75 pared
20:11ns mm!e to order at short notice, and For a Day..... . .............. 2 00 m
This important organ weighs but about three
pounds, and al the blood in a living person
about thre gallons) passes through it at least
onc.; every half hour, to have the biic and
other impurities strained or filtered from it.
Bile is the natural purgative of the bowe!s, and
if the Liver becomes tor;>id it is not separated
from the blood, but carried through the veins
to all parts of the system, and in trying to e.
cape through the pores of the skin, causes it to
turn yellow or a dirty brown color. The stom
ach becomes diseased, and Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Constipation, Headache, Biliousness,
jaundice, Chills, Malarial Fevers, Piles. Sick
and Sour Stomach, and general debility follow.
MERIZELL'S HEPATINE, thegreat vegetable dis
covery for torpidity, causes the Liver to throw
off from one to two ounces of bile each time
the blood passes through it, as long as there is
an excess of bile; and the effect of even a few
doses upon yellow complexion or a brown dirty
looking skin, will astonish all who try it-they
being the first symptoms to disappear. The
cure of all bilious diseases and Liver complaint
is made certain by taking H EPATINE in accord
ance with directions. Headache is generally
cured in twenty minutes, and no disease that
aris;ts from the Liver can exist if a fair trial is
SOLD AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price25Cts. and $1.00
The fatality of Consumption or Throat and
Lung Diseases, which sweep to the grave at
least one-third of all death's victims, arises
from the Opium or Morphine treatment, which
simply stupefies as the work of death goes on.
-:o,oo will be paid if Opium or Morphine, or
any preparation of Opium, Morphine or Prus
sic Acid, can be found in the Gi 'BE FLOWER
CoucH SYRUP, which has cured people who
:r,. Hiving to-day with but one remaining lung.
No greater wrong can he done than to say that
Consumption is incurable. GLOBE FLOWER
Couc;H SvRtu will cure it when all other
means have failed. Also, Colds, Cough,
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the
throatand lungs. Read the testimonials of
the Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, Gov. Smith
and Ex-Gov. Brown of Ga., Hon. Geo. Pea
body, as well as those of other remarkable
cures in our book, free to all at the drug stores.
and be convinced that if you wish to be cured
you can be by talking the GLOB FLOWER
COUGH SvRUp. Take no Troches or Lozenges
for Sore Throat, when you can get GLoBE
FLOWER SytRur at same price. For sale by
Price 25 t. and $1.00
Grave mnistakes arc made in the treatment of
all distases that arise from poison in the blod.
Not one case of Scrofula, Syphilis; White
Swelling, UL Icerous Sores and Skin Disease, in
a thousand, is treated without the use of Mer
cry in some form. Mercury rots the bones,
and the disenses it produces are worse than
any other kind of blood or skin disease can be.
DR. PEMBERTON'S STILLINGIA or QUEE-,s
DELIGHT is the only medicine upon which a
hope of recovery from Scrofula, Syphilis and
Mercurial diseases in all stages, can be reason
ably fou.ded, and that will cure Cancer.
$io.ooo will be paid by the proprietors if
Mercury, or any ingredient not purely vegeta
ble and harmless can be found in it.
Price by all Druggists Sx.co.
GLOBE FLowsER COUGH SYRUP and MER
RELL'S HEPATINE FOR THE LivER for sale by
all D)rugits in 23 cer.t and $1.coo bottles.
A. F. ERELL & C0., Proprietors,
ee. 4. 40-ly.
EMALE CO LLEGE
IN THE SOUTH.
THE SECOND SECTION OF THE
VILLIAMSTON, S. C..,
NS MONDAY, SEPT. 9. THE FALL
SESSION CLOSES DEC. 20.
~elchsses are formed at thre begin~tizrn
azcht Seci on ; so that pupils mtay join
schoo'o Sept. 9tl.r, as conivenriently and
itablv as at anry other timen.
;tes for the 15 weeks: B3oard, exclusive
ashingz, $15.(r0 ; Re.tular Tfuiu!on, t$7.50(
I 5.no); I rsinsrmentul MutLic, 815 I.I C.
o extr.a chargec for Lattin, Cajlisr hen ieS,
ethh-Lift, or for Kinrdergartenr Lessons
ec Pr imary D)eparl nenit.
,lying~ entirely on its own merits as a
thorough school, ih coufidentlyv expects
stinuane of the bberal patrouJge iL
thns far ei jo. ed.
r new Catalo'gue St forth th~e w onder
dvantages of ihe; Oner-tudyl Plai, and
ther valuable peculiiarities of the Insti
ia copy, address
REV. S. LAND~ER, A.M.,
uta, G. 22-Jy.
tne Traveling Public.
t undersigned would respectfully in
his frien'is and the general public,
ire has opened a BOARDING IIOUS.E
e cornetr of Nauce anid Frier,d Streets,
':r from the De'pot. As the rooms are
appointed, the table abundantly sup
wi:h weil cooked food, and the ser-3
polite antd attentive, he hopes to give
fnetion. A. W. T. SIMMONS.
.NEWBELR1R Y, S~. C.
NEXT BOOR. NORTH of POST CFF'ICE.
lean shatve, a neat c:ut, anda po1hte at
mn trtuaranLtr? !. M av- :. 18-tIf.
farness and Saddlles.
ESSOR TO WEBB, JONES & PARKER, S
cen Pool's Hotel an;d he0 P'ost Ollice,)
ring bought the E NTI RE STO CK}
Harness and Saddle Manufactory of C
s. Webb, Jones & Parker, I am pre- Ir
todCl id fwr nti ie
to do all kinds of work in this line. A
will keep on hand for sale, HARNESS, s
A conip;et elaao Uuj .duOu,
with Chapters ou, A con1:pe.t: C ou
arhood, Evic::esp otYV: griit. S06r
-li:v in woluer., Adri"e to 2rideg.rocjL
-liz.band, and Wife. Celebuev au
matrirnony compared, Impediments
to Marriage, Conguga' dutie, Science
. n, L..aw of Marriage, Law orDivorce, Lega
ri:.h of riarriL! wemet-n,etc.also on Diseases of Viome,
t;e:r cause and Cure. A Con:denti work ol 320
page2,w*ih full late Engrmvings, sent for So cents. ",The
Privat Medical Adviser.'' oi::he risutsof im
pUTe a:.oci:t:utr%. &c.. s;so on the sceret hnbits of youth
1:ter effects on after litz. ca:sirg Varicuctiv. Seninal
Nor%ous debiity. Loss of S-xnal Power, etc.
.:ing marri.ge -nirnper orunhappy. givin niany vau
0,;e receirts tor t:e curvol, private diseases;saine :ixe, over
50 1 a: 0. o cen:s. "Medicai A;dvice.' a ture on
M anhcod and Wmanoed, 10 cents; cr all thre $1.
The-y contain 600 pges and over 106 Illustration., ent
vcing e -vthi:t on the; enerative erstein that is worth
knowig.andi:h 'hat is not pu! phea in any other work.
-:at in sin;lc io , o- omplcte :". one. for ?rice in
tuiamps.slvror Curre::ey. (Th:e .utior invites conisulta.
t:k-.jand Itterv me pro:::pt:y .newered without chalge.)
A;drevs: Dr. Butts' Dispensary. Nu.12 :'orh Sth t.,
St. Louis..ift. (Establiahed 1847.)
I earnotf lask persons suflerirg from RuTTI
slto semine their nmes and address. they w:71 learn
suaw~:i, to the:r advntage -Nt a Truss.
The Rlenedy of the 19th Century.
flAct Barham's Infallible
Manufactured by the
Brham ie Cuo Co., Drh-, Y. C.
0 .It never fs to cure HRsorrholds
p to p or Plie. when a cure is posibl.
S p Price List and bona fide teaUsmonIats
furnished on appHeation
IFor the sovedy*Curo of -,e:nliil Weakn1ess.oA
Nlan and all disorderr broug-ht on by indis
er.tion or AxoS. .Ay Drug-ist h:s the ingrQ.
p<(-nts. Dr. %. J.AQU7r% L: Co., No. 130
Wes%t Sixtha str&e, Cincainnaati, 0.
P -nnd oorphine r
UCL-Re. .eadta:an: !.rL..con
o .)i;.: E. th:. : '.. I: Smi-c,
-'-.'ti.ig:. a, ree:: Cc., .
rT W*::tches '3 to -7. Revplve
. $2.50. Over 100 latest Novelties
S; Ag'ts Wanted. So.Supp1yCo.NashrU1e,Te".
Apr. 17, 16-1y.
L W-ek in - r11 own town. - Outfit
free. N i *.leader. if~ von want. a
%.:sa wih persont of either
. -x. C:i Make gre:at pay all the time
they Work. wr;fe for partiiiars to H. 1AL
1.!T1 & Co.. Portil. Maine. 21-ly
THE UNEQUALED AS, ilEFFEL DOUBLE
PORTABLE AND ST2TIONARY
SAW, FLOURt AND GIST MIL,_
SHAFTING,PUrLEY AND HANGRS
Of hnpr-Wed:.Desigs,A Seczialty
Me, POOLE & HUNT,
-SIN~d Cicua :.BLTMO 3/
SPARTANBURG, So. Ca.
8. i. CALCUT T. PROPRUETOR,
(Formerly of Palmetto House.)
IIouse well ventilated-rooms newly fur
nished and carpeted-tables supplied with
ilhe best in the market-attentive serv'ants
-omnibus to all trains Terms $2.00 per day.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Passenger Trains run daily, Sunday excepted,
conanecting with Night Express Trains on South
Carolina Rail Road up and down, and with the
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta and Wilming
ton, Columbia ar.d Augusta Railroads. On and
after Monday, November11, 1878, the following
will be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia, -- - - e - 8.15 a m
"Alston, - - -- 10.00 a m
" Newberry, - - ---- - 11.23 a mn
" 11odges, - - - 245p m
" Belton, , - - - 4.20 pim
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 5.55 p mn
Leave Greenville. - - , - 8.40 a mn
" B3elton, '- -- - 10.30 a in
" Hodges, - - 12 02 p mn
" Newberry, -. - - 3.10 p mn
" Alston, - -, - 4.30 p m
Arrive Columbia, - - - 6.05 p mn
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge Rail Road.
Daily, except Sundays, between Belton and
Andar>ou. Tri-weekly between Anderson and
Walhalla. viz: Leave WValhalla for Anderson
Mlondays, Wed(nesdays and Fridays; leave An
eraon for Walhalla Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Leave Belton at. 4.20 p in
" Anderson 5.15 p m
" Pendleton 6.10 p in
" Perryvville 0.50 p mn
Arrive at Walhalla 7.30 p in
eave Walhalla at, - - 7.00 a mn
" Perryville, - - 7.40 a in
" P'endleton, - - 8.33 a in
"Anderson, - - 9 26 a mn
Arrive at lBelton, - - 10.15 a mn
Lau rens Branch Trains leave Laureus at 7.30
i. n. al leave Newberry at 2.3) p. mn. on Tues
ays. Tnursdays andi Saturdays.
Abbeville Branch Train connects at Hodge&s
vith down and up traiu daily, Sundays ex
THOS. DODAMIEAD, Gen'l Supt.
Ja z NorToN. General Ticket Agent.
iouth Carolina Railroad Company.
CHA RLEsTON, November 9. 1878.
On and aftersunday next, the 10th instan,
~he Passenger Trains on this road will
(Sunday morning excepte .)
eave Charleston at.915 a m d 7.30 p mn
1tive at Augusta at.. .5.00 p) m nid 0.55 a mn
(Sunday morning ex epted.)
eave Charleston at ....7.30 mn and 8.30 p m
'rrive at Columbia at.l..35 mn and 7.25 a in
FOR CIARLE' TON.
(Sunday morning e -cepted.)
~.eave Augusta at.....3 a mn and 7.30 p m
errive at Charleston at4 20 mn and 7.15 a mn
eve Columbia a.... ..3 u5 im and 8.00 p mi
errive at Charlestonl at 93.45 mn and 6.15 a mn
SUMMERVILLE RI iAIN.
(Sundays excep e1d.)
.ave Summ,erville...... -----..30 a mn
erive at Charleston.,......- --..8.40 a mn
etve Charleston......---- ---...2 p m
Lriive at Summterville. ..........\--..4.30 p mi
AC.COMMOD)ATION PASSENGER AND
(Daily, except Sundays.)
eave Columbija at............ ...6.0 A. M.
rrive at Brauchville at .........12.40 No.on
rave Iiran eh ville at............. 1.05 P. M1.
rrivei at! Columbnia at...........6.45 P. M1.
;rea~k fat, Dinner and Supper at Branch
Cloe connectionl made at Columbia with
noeUCharloe!, Coltutbia and Augustai Rail
mad to points North.
Pa-s~ieners for~ points on the Greenville
nil Columib!a Ra i!road. will hereafter leave
a s.:n P. .M. Train.
S. S. SOLOMONS. Gen. Supt.
S. 11. PzCKESs, Geni. Pass. Agent.
PARTANBLRG & ASHEVILLE RI. B.,
ARTANBURO, UNION & COL.UMBIA Rs R.
The fellowing Passenger Schedule will be run
and a fter Monday. Novemnber 4,1 78:
DOWN TRAIN. CP TR AIN.
Arrive. Leave Arrive. Leave.
>1emen's..... 1.40 p. mn. 10'.80 a. mn.
.duda....... . t2.C0 2.2-0 p. mn. 9.40* 10.0
erose............. 2.49 9.21
ryon City.........3.2) 8.45
audiuma........ 3.40 8.21
mpbla... 4.00 7;56
rmLone 440'n 52365
in .,.ne Jun n' 5.2:) . .1 6.50
aiimravburg 5.40 6.00 n.m. 7.10 630