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-R lNFA: Li AND FORES
Some interesting observatio,is
have lately been made touching the
influence -of forests on rainfall, at
the -Schoo of Forestry, Nancy,
Franee. -Th& results of these ob
servations, made during the past
six years, are summed up by the
subdirector of the.-school as fol
1.-Forests increase -the quanti
ty of meteori. taters which fall o i
theground, and thus favor the
grow,h of springs and of under
glorr iaters., 2. In a forest
regun the ground receives as much
and more biater under cover of the
trees than the uneovrered ground of
regions with lit ,o wood. .3.
The. co'ver of the trees of a forest
dimiuishes to a large degree the
evaporation of the water received
by -the- g#ound, and thus contri
butes to the maintenance of the
moisture -of -the latter and to the
regularity of the flow of water
sources. 4. The temperature in
a forest is much less unequal than
in the open, althiough, on the
whole,- it may be a little lower;
bnt- thes mwina. are.ehere&ccnstant
tyr higher, and -the-tiaxi1lgr
ta- i- regions not oovered wibh
SThese results substantially core
roborate those .mnade by M. FM
trait, when sub-in spector of the for
ests or Senhls, France, and given
1.-Itzrains mo-re abundantly, un
der identical circumstances, o-ver
forestth'an over nonwooded groun~d,
and. most abundantly over forests
wvith' trees in a green condition.
2. The degree of -saturation of the
air .by moistu.re is greater over
non-wooded' ground, and much
greater over masses of.Pinus syl
vestris than over masses of leaved
species.. 3. The lea?fage and
branehea of leafed trees intercept
one-third, and those of resinous
trees the half of the rain water,
wvhich afterwards returns to the at
moesphere by evaporation. -On the
other hand, these same leaves and
branches restrain the evaperation
of the water which reaches~ the
ground, and that evaporation 1s
neai-ly four times less under a mass
of leafed forest than in the open,
and two and one third times only
under a mass of pines.
4. The laws of the change oftemn
perature out of and under wood arei
similar to .those which resulti
from the observation of M. Mathieu.
The general conclusions seem to
be that fores tregulate the function
of water, and exercise on the temn
perature~ as on the atmosphere, an1
effect of "ponderation and equili
Many persons- declare that theyt
have no lack with be'es. They
provide good hive3 for them, anid
keep them in a dry celler duringj
the winter. Still they do not do well.
They. store little honey, often not
enough for their own wants.
These persons seem to forget that
bees do not create honey. They J
simply gather it. The be-keeper
must supply the honey or take ad
vantage of that furnished by forest
trees, wild .plants orthose which
aire cultivated by his neighbors
for other purposes. The willow,
lid-en, and.rab-apple furnish con
siderable honey. but is doubtful if
it pays to set out these trees fort
the honey their blossoms secrete.
If they abound in any locality,
their presence is favorable to bee
keepritabl Bekping y rgnwere
dayingofitaledingn buiones wher
thdasn itat leaing business cor
white clover blossoms is of a
light color firie flavor and deliglht
fult aroma. The plant is in blos
som a 1onger ilme tiarn alinost-anv
e.ther.. The alsike, or Swedish
cIover,rguks next to. it as a lioney
To l)ESTROY LICr:--Use carbolic
powder- in the dustirg bins occasion
:ily to de:troy lice.
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iv Conver tion assembled. -declare :
1. We-pledgc ourselves anew to the
constitutional doctrines and traditions
of the 1)emhoeratic party as illustrated
by the. teachings -and example of a
lon ( i6e :of Dmocatie ssatesmen- nd
embodied in the platform of the last
National CduV,eution of the party.
Oposition' to centralition and
jo tat dangerous spirit of encroael
mcnt which tends to consolidate the
powers of all the departments in one.
and thus to oreate, whatever the form
of government, a real despotism. No
sumptuary laws; separation of Church
and State for the good of each ; Com
won Schools fostered and protected.
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.si.tiug of gold and silver and paper
convertible into coin on demand; the
strict maintenance of the public faith,
State and National. and a tariff for
4. The subordination of the mili
tary to the civil power, and a genuine
and thorough reform of the civil ser
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right preservative of all rights, and
must and shall be maintained in
every part of the United States.
6. The present Administration is
the representative of a conspiracy on
ly,.and its claim- of right to surrouad
the ballot-boxes with troops and
deputy marshals, to intimidate and ob
struct the election, and the uonprce
dented use of the veto to maintain its
corr-uptp-ad despotic powers insut the
pikd Sand idpecif their- institutions.
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Admiistatiou in inating places in
$b Civil Service a reward for political
crime and demand a reform by statute
which shall make it forever impossible
for a -defeated candidate to bribe his
way to the seat of a usurper by bifl
eting villians upon the people.
S. The great fraud of 1876-77, by
which, upon a false count of the Elec
tornhvofes of two States, thie candidate
defeatud at the polls declared to be
President, anid for the first time in
American history the will of the peo
pie was set aside under a throat. of
m~ilitary violence, struck a deadly
blpw at our system of representative
government. The Democratie party,
to preserve the country from the hor
rors of civil war, submitted for the
ime in firm and patriotic faith that
he people would punish this crime
:u 1880 -This issue precedes and
Marfs every other. It imposes a more
~ared duty upon the people than eve r
iddressed the consciences of a nation
9. The resolution of Samuel J. Til
len not again to be a candidate for
be exalted place to which he was
deted by a majority of his count.ry
nen, aud from which he was excluded
by the leaders of the Republican par.
y, is received by the Democrats of
he United States with deep sensibil
ty, and they declare their confidence
n his wisdom, patriotismn and integrity
mshaken by the assaults of the com
non enemv; and they further assure
uri that he is followed info egre
irement h~e has chosen for hm'lf
iy the sympathy an'a respect of his
e~llowcitizens, who regard him as one
iho, by elevating the staudard of
mblic morality and adorning and
oirifying the public service, merits
he lasting gratitude of his country
nd his party.
10 Free ships and a living chance
or American commeree upon the seas,
nd on the land no discrimination in
vor or transportati on lines. corpora
ions or monopolies.
11. Amendment of the Burlingame
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~omreree, and it even carefully guard
12. Public money and public credit
or public purposes solely, and public
and for actual settlers.
1:3. The Democratic party is the
riend of labor and the laboringz man,
md pledges itself to protect him alike
Lgainst the cormorants and the Comn
14. WVe congratulate the country
ipon the honesty and thrift of a Dem
>cratic Congress which has reduced
.he public expenditures 640,000,000
Syear; upon the continuation of pros
>erity at home, and the. National hron
~- Jrr~.~ei ~r~il ~ihcv~.'A ~ill~ liliAn th5~
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PRlCES M.U IED BOW I.
. rENT Dim'?4 G(_DS 1EiJLt'E T(
l.ong Cl!(?. , n ethit.t's and( illw(i1C C
l1 hA 1iGA N T:tb(e D::it:k ai 1I
: : Ill ind' of I in Go(da.
C'::ssiiient-s :wd Tweed''ts for: Men t's andl Eit)_
Is new aml uel1 i , . tr
! il.aolm'.i1(' O! ropdrwersh!i p, w hieb will i-.kt'
r Come. ver body, and on w ill ti:( w
JONES, DAVIJ &
MAIN AND PLAIN STE
BUY YOUR SPRI
WRTGHT & J.I
Fancy and Plain Suits
All Stylesc, All Qualities
If you would b'e suited c
Apr. 21, 17-if.
-- A T T i
My assorttof lin an pli 01ohn
Iisthelarges~~c: evr xhibi;td in :he city (fJCo
will Ue p;eased: 'h tis nIety and cecellence.
All Prices! AII Styl
Sole genit for the (elebrted'i STA R
.Best Slirt' in I
gj Don't fail to cal an se ;t u~ae when it
Mar. .31, S-lv.
. ~Dry (Jods a)
LOOK AT T]
Invites his frids in Neberry ad thle pu
1st. That he has an unu.suall
2nd. That every article was<
31. That every a.rticle wvill l
live and let live ; and
4th. That lie will fight it out
Black Casi oneres -aHi wool, at 50, 65,
7! andi 8 p.' yaord.
New Styies of l)re-n Good1, at 25 cis.
per ga:rd1. |al
Menis Cassimers, of al styles and pnries,
as low as in New York. in
Another lot of ail Silk Ribbone, at 12.}
ets., worth 25 and 35. e
Lineon and Cotton Towels, from 5 e:s. to pi
alpprov an iV;
spiit is u d. .
Toni for Dyspe
S REGISTERED, :n 5, 1-G
gLEI.r0STFX r.-Ls COLTsCr. WIliaImsten, South Carolina,
joT . s& .-e .Loandr. .-x.., Y.0., :~r'i'nI.
TEach Sesshin ot 2:' weeks idivHeri into~ four b.wk. Secttione;
and folicwed by a (-wk. v..wati o. r.:ch secti..n is. devoted by
eahp. - od-e (a3yud in which Ib.- reci:es :3 times a day.
|il .i... . .. : b i n .!. : li .. tj-J'1ou.5!.
EgEvery ue wtwf2a.i2 -- c: r'
g Discounat of 1) to SI) per me: b sa eanmlM
t,cGnar i. .n hhav. L:, mi ::ay 'Lccur.at Athe t end J of -
WIL LI iilS T (I lOTEL.
A Healthy Summer Resort.
The subscriber respectfully informs her -
~red n h rvln ulcgnrly
frinds pandll thse ein pubeic ofgeealth,
thtsehstknte bv ae oua
4,a d parilly snoe n et of he ath,o
that sheehas eiotaken. the abvtamed poplr
boe andl pareno efot on he atn toI
re, ndr thest roomsotbe T4epins otaion wil
h ample cprotided fih.ouod. aptzn
fare, and the rooms kept in such condition
,.,, e,,a ,,.,nnar a ranna
TNG, )1108, i11S, &1.
' SOLID I
S EVERY IrPAjPIRTMENT !
) 15 AN) i6 C'NTS.
otrtons a r(duced price;.
Wear, im:st b h :mJ 1 ill be -old
:Ed in size p-evious to Stck-Taking and
pl:ce in t .short time.
tat we tel' yuL .ro :es.
.EETS, COLUMBIA, S. C.
[m qGinN ESIGN !
GCLOTI N OF
[en, Youths and Boys.
, All Prices.
C Economy Combined.
4. MOLLOHON ROW.
INA R D.
ind Genit's and Youth's Furnishing Goods'
nutbia, and I respectfully invite the atten
a.n examulia tin, feeling assuiredi that theye
Come and judge for yourselves. t
esAll Qualities !
SHIRT, Warranted to be the
COLUMBIA, S. C.
EIE PRICES! i
[A, S. O.,
bic generally, to the following facts :
.y large stock.
:a'efuilly selected and bought8
a sold on the principle of 8
on this line if it takes all
Prints, in endless variety.r
Blankets, .Jeans, Quilts. S
All the new styles of Silk Ties, Collars si
id Cuffs. l
An extra fine stock of Hlambhurg Edg
ps at pric.es '.hiel~ cannot be heat. a
Visit me when in Columbia, or if mnore
m:veniet, send orders. Samnples and
ices senit on apphec:tion. si
Oct. 15, 42-tf. w
~T BQURB017 TQNIC. 5
mibination of Doneset and. other fine tonies.
Kenitucky Wh liskey, such as connoisseurs
ilids m1um have, not a drop of any other
L rich, wholesotme and delicious stitmulan tf
asia, De..bil ry, Malaria, &c.I
nt, over-worked clergymen and physicians,
sunerers fron; bronch:is and the ieeble
class w ill finid it a cceligf iuu i vigoran t.
iIBERS & BROWN,
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 25, 4.s-tf. it
COLUMBIA, S. C.
This new and~ elegant House, with all
odern impurovements. is now open for the
'ception of guests.
S. L. WRIHT & SON,
Maxr. 1 9, 1 2-tf Pro rietors.
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G SEND FOR PRI
June 9, ISSu--24-tf.
ENDALL'S SPA YIN CURE.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY ever diS
overedl, as it is certain in its l!Tets and
oes not blister. READ PROOF BLELOW.
FROM REV. P. N. GRANGER,
residing Eider of the St. Albans District.
St. Albans. V't., JIan. 2(t h, 1-S.
)u. B. .J. KENDALL & Co.. tents: In reply
o) your letter I will sayihat my experience
th 'Kendlall's pavin Cure' has been very
atisfactory i1nleed. Three or four years
go I prok-nred a bottle of your agnt. and
iti it. ur rd a horse of lameness caused by
spr in. Last season im horse becamfe
rTV hu!if ne tl I turnedl him ont for a ew.
~eeks wheni hie became better, but whenLi I
tt him on the road he grew( worse, wh en I
soveredl that a ringbone was forming, I
icoeured ai bottle of K.andall's Spavin Care
elwi Wthi less than a bottle cured him so
at he is no't lame. neither can the bunch
ibfunid. Respectfully yours.
P. N. GRANGER.
PER~SEVERANCE WILL TELL.
St oughtoni, Mass.. March ltth, 1880.
li. J1. hJEsuALL & CO.. GENTs: In justice to
>lu andt myvself. I think I ought t(o Ilt yoni
low that' I have remnovedl two bone sia
ins w ith lien ial's Spavin Cure.' One very
rge one, don't know how long the spavin
d bet-n there. I have owned the horse
lht mont his. It took me four months to)
ke t-he l:arge one oWY a:ni two for the siallh
10e. I hmve used ten bottles. The liorse is
tirtiv .w'*lIl,nt at all stiff, and nio bunch
ibe sew;n or felt. This is a wonderful med
ine. It is a new thing here, but if it does
r~ all what it huts donie for mue .its sale~ will
e very gru-at. Respect fully yours,
CIAs. E. PARKER.
~ENDI1LUS SPA IN CUR~E.
Aei. Michigan. December 28th, 1s79.
. .J. V ExNIALL & Co., (yENTS: 1 sent you
e dolla'r for your~ "KendalVs Spavin Cure?'
ist sunuier which curedi a bone spavin
~ith haltf a b)ottle2. The best liniment I ever
ed. Yours respectfully,
STATEMIENT MADE UNDER OATH.
To V,i '- IT MA Y CONCERN.-In the year
5i I Wra:tcd with KendallPs $pavhn Cure, a
mze spar in ot several months' growlth.
arly hia;i as large as alhen's egg. anud comi
etly stopn1ed the lameness aiid removed
ic enlargeint. 1 have worked the horse
er since very hard, and be never has been
me,W nor couM! I ever see any dilTerence in
e size of the hock joints since I treated
m with N endallPs Spavin Cure.
B. A. GAINES.
Enosburgh Falls. Vt.. Feb. 25, 18791.
Sworn andI subscribed to' before mc this
th ulay of Feb.. A. D).187').
.a ( . .JENNl-:, .Justice of the Peace,
NDALL'S SPAVIN CURE ON HUMAN
Feb. 1, 17S.
13. .J. K ENU.LL, M. D).: Dear sir-The par
uar case on which I used your "Spavin
rie" was a nud ignant ankle sprain of six
.(nf mtonths' standing. I had tried many
lgs. but in vaini. Your -'Spavin Cure'
t lie f.ot to the ground again, and. for
te lfrst t ime since hurt, in a natur.al posi
on. For fanmily liniment it eies any.
og we ever. used.
Yours truly, R EV. M. P. I$EI LL
astor M. E. Church, Patten's Mills, N. .
ENDA LL'S SP'AvIN CUR.E is sure in its ef
ts, mlild in its action as it does pot 1'l'.
7, yet it is penetratmg' :int powe-rful to
acch every dee seated nain or' to remiove
y bony ~grhwth or other~ enlargemuent,
:h as spavmns, splints. curb~is, callous,
trains. swellings. any lamness an d all en-.
-tements of the joints or limbs, or rhieu
ttisni in man or beast. It is now known
be the h:st liiiment for man over nsed,
ti::s n+ihi :pmai yct ce-i:te,in in its enectc.
end: ireiss for 4ilustrated Circular wilich
remkedy' na., iver niet with:iCiuc nauiall
:ilsuceCi S to ouri1 knowledlge, for~ beast as
11 as m
'rice $1. per11 bttl e, or SIX b)ott les for 85.
LI.Iv D-a srTs have it or~ can get it lon you
it will be sent to any address on receipt
pi~ice he I he nroiotnY'. 111. 1> J 15
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own as the
now openl, and inlvites the pPople one and
to call and know what can be done at all
mrs, to wit: A:: Extra Good lgreakfast
ner, or Supper~ fe; T~WNTf'-FIVE
Fot or fifty regular boarders will be
Then atpoornintely lowiin rae.lln
The~ conveniele flocrd a:.o, ec.n
rin wthr, houeto fu rye oae. t.
mmend~ 4thi'os. t vryoe
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
rr ~ ~ .m'j' -I aarrirYurl
)n and after Jlouday, June 7, 188. the
Pas-enger Trains avill run as follows daily, Sun
I,-ave Coluii , -ia. - - - 10.. ' a nm
A!. - - - - 1.02 a in
Newberry. - - - - 1.-4 p i
IId;i. - - - 34, p in
" ic:e. - - - 5.1 p m
Arrive (ireenvtlle. - - - - 6 p in
Le::ve .: - - - , - '.3) a mn
I idges-. - - - 11 t9 a m
" Newerry-. - 1.54 p m
AIt,. - - - p m
Arri-ve Coh nibia, - -- - 4. p in
A N l):S( N BR.ANt'II AND BLE JN'DGE
I V I'I( X.
Daily. except Sundays.
Leave tBelton at. 5.15 p m
Amicrson r f3 p In
' eudit. n 7 0 p m
Lea eS c:.e:. *;.;*,5 p mi
A::;ve at Wail:ai1% s28 n
Leave Wt:l!a! : ;. - - 4.: 0 a m
l.euea - I;eca. 5.13 a m
P-rryv.:e. - - 520 a m
1Ulet,t. - - 6.03 a m
A ,ralrU. - - 7 (5 a In
Arrive at Belton. - - 7.43 a m
ILurens i:i!road Tr:.in leaves Laurens at 7.2
a in. and Newberry at 3.o5 p. in.. daily except
Abberille l;rai:ch Train connects at Ilodge's
witli iown and up train daily, Sundays ex
ceptell. Leave Abbeville 8.5C a. m.; leave llod
i cs ., ). PInl.
Up and duwn Trains on the main stein make
cloe connection at Columbia with the up and
down day P'assen:,er Trains on the South Caro
lIna l:ailrot,d and the through l'asmnger Train
on ti;e W1 nington, (olumbia and Augusta
ItalIroad: a. A!sron with trains of the Spartan
tburg. Union and Coumblia I1tilroad.
.1. W. F1tY, Gen'I supt.
J P. HaEITI. Master Transportation.
JAI;!: Nor:N. General Ticket Agent.
South Caroli:a itailrtd Company.
P . IAzlNGi-lt l)EPAITMEN',
CHLANGE (-F :iCHEDUL.E.
Oil :unid after 1ay 1;(h. 184, Passenger
''rains nI this r()a(d wili run as Iollows uI
GOING EAST DAILY.
t Leae ( 'olum)ia at - - - 4.15 P. ..
Arrive Camldeni at - - - - 7.i-, P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - - t .c'J 1. a1.
*On Sundays this train will leave Colum
bia at 2.15 P. M.. and arrive at Charleston at
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - 5.45 A. M.
Leave Camden at - - - 7.0 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - 10.30 A. 31.
WAY FREIGIIT AND PASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Columbia at - - - 5.40 A. M.
Arrive Camden at -- - 1..0 Noon
Arrive Augusta at . . - - ... P..\.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 2.00 P. M.
GO1NG WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Charleston at .- 9.60 A. 31.
Leave Augusta at - - - - S.,0 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.37 P. M.
*P)assengers taking these trains change
ears at Branchville to reach Charleston at
i.00 P. M1., or Columbia at 5.a7 P. M1.
GOING E.AST D.ilLY,
'Leave Columbia at - ., - 0.30) P. 31.
Arrive Augusta at - - - - 7.40 A. M1.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 6.20 A. M1.
*Passenmgers who are not in S'eeping Car,
change at Branchville to reach Charleston
at G.20 A. 31.
GOING WEsT DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - !i.O5 P. M.
Leave Augusta at - , - 7.50 P. 31.
Arrive Columbia at . . 6.10 A. 3L.
The~ Express. Trains run daily-, all others
daily e-eept Sunday. On Caujiden Branch
T1rains (1o not run Sundays. Sleepimg Cars
are *attaclhed to Nigsht Exp)ress TraLins.
IBerths only S1.50 between UolumrbIa, Char
leston and Augustta. Round Trip Tickets
are sold on Saturdayvs andl Sundays from all
Stations, good till Mtonda.y noon to return,.
at one flrst class tare, Connections made
at Columbia with C. C. & A. R. R. and G. &
IC. R4. It . to and from all points on eaou
load;: at Charleston on Wednesdays and
. durdays with Steamers to and from New
l irk. The Night Express Trains to and
;rc -n Columbia make close connections at
ton ville with New York Express Trains,.
towuhis attached a Pullunan Sleeping
Car i. nning between Augusta and New
York ' uhout chiange. Connections mado
at Angu. a to and ff0om all points West and~
South. F through tickets to any point,
.A. B. L --:SACSSURE, Agent, Colambia,
D. C. A LL EN, G. P. & T. A.
Jous U. PEcK, General Superintendent.
To Tourists & Health Seekers.
Summer Schedule to the Mountains.
SPARTANBURG, UNIQ & COLUMBIA R. R,
SPARTANBU!RG & ASHEVILLE~ R. E.
SPAnTANBUne, S, 2,. May 17, 1880.
On and after.the ahore date the following
Schedules will be run over these Roads daily)
Leave Alston.........,,......12.10 p. m.
" Union ...................8p. m.
" Spar7taneurg..............3.1 p-..
.Arrive at IIendersonville..........6.00 p. mn.
Close connection is made at AIston with~
train from Columbia on Greenville & Colm
buia Road. AM C2olumiUa, connection is made
from Charleston, Wilmington and Augusta.
At Spartanhurg, connection is 'made at
Air Line Depot with trains from Atlanta
and Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Glenn
At ilendersonville, connection is made
with a1 fiest class Line-of Stages to Asheville,.
arriving there the same evening.
Parties desirous of visiting Cmaar's Head;
or other points of interest can be provided2
with first class conveyances from the Livery
Stables in IIendersonville at reasonale:
Will leave IIendersonvile........ 00 a. mn.
Leave aipartanhurg..... .... ......8.00 a. mu.
Leave Union.....................9 15 a. mn.
Arrive at Alston................11.20 a. mn.
These Roads are in excelien t condition
fuirni.hed with first class Coaches; provided
with all nccessaryv appliances for safety and
comifort of Passengers. At Spartanburg iad
Heuilersonville the Hotel secommnodations
are now ample fo'; a harde inres of travel.
They.will be found well supplied with good
M3ut.in~i fare at r.aasonable rates.
JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
Gireenville & Columubia R. RL
On anid alter September 1st the forrowin~
Tickets will be on sale at all the Ticka S'.
tions ou the Greenville and Ge,Ma Rail
1,000o MILE T~IC@Tf, at Three Centa
per n i1e ya& over the G. & C. R. R., andi
ROUND TIPTICKETS from any Sea,
tion on :he G. & C. R. R. and its branches
to any Stati on on the same, good for Three,
Davs, at Three Cents per mile.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS from all Sta-.
tionus on the G. & C. R. R. an1d its branches
to Dharleston, good for Eight Days, at
Three Gents per mile.
JABEZ NORTON, Ja.,
General Ticket Agent
R. HL. TE~ME, General Superinteadent.
Sep. 3, :6-tI.