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B?y G??S Nit? and[-Oar
Discharge from Her Ears -Top
of Her Head Broke Out tri
I Scrofulous Eruptions
Grew Worse Undor Treatment Till We
Gave Her Hood's Sarsaparilla-She
Has Rosy Cheoks Now.
?' When my baby was two months
Old she cried night and day, and
Boomed to bo In great pain. She had
j? ^j?oh?vgG from her ears, and tho top
of her bead broke out in scrofulous
eruptions. The doctor gave uro some
thing to stop tho ilischargc and oaso
thu pain, but. his treatment did not
euro bor and wo wcro sorry to seo
Sho Crow Worse
instead of better. The top of her
hoad broko out with scrofula. A
crust Wbuld form on her head and fall
off, taking tho hair along with it,
and this continued for two or fhrco
months, when something seemed to toll
ino to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, ?nd I
did SO; together with Hood'.* Pills
uud Hood's Olive Ointment. Soon
Tho Dlschnrgo Stopped
and tho sores were rapidly healing.
In a short limo her bair grew out and
?bo now has rosy cheeks and is nil
right in every way." Mus. I. Ll.OYO,
I Spring Valley, N. Y.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho Best - in
fact tho Ono True. Blood I'miller.
Sold by all druggists. $1, six for $f>.
N. ll. If you decide to take Hood's
do not bo induced to buy any sub
stitute, (let only Hood's.
Tho Pattie.hip Maine.
(May bo sung to tho air of "The .Star
"With smiles on their faces, our sailor lads
To tho shores of tho strnngor, in poaco
they wore sent.
Thoy wore willing to die for their coun
try and right,
Thoy woro ready for ponce, thoy wcro
l-cady for light.
Thoy woro ready to stand sido by sido,
brave and true,
To livo or to dio for tho Hod, Whito and
Thoy wore woleomed as friends by treach
And murdered at night, in their sleep on
.~-H?Ml_4be?-Jiiuo^^ guns, as tip;,
forefathers stood,-""---? "
And died for America's honor and good;
Had tho enemy faced them, when danger
What foo in tho world would our brave
At their country's lirst call they were
ready to go.
Hut, sleeping, defenseless, and trusting
They sank in the night, where Havana's
Without time to cry, "Mercy, () God, tm
Two hundred and sixty fresh graves far
Meet the triumphant glance of t ho Sapn
While the enemy views with a smile on
The w.teek of our heaatiful lost battle
Whose crow lies asleep, unavenged on
While tho soil of the enemy covers him
O, comrades and friends, let them not
dio in vain,
Own tho graves where they sleep! Take
('nba from Spain !
O, cowardly Spaniards, however darod
Insult such a (lag as the Hod, White and
Enough that you torture the mothers
In poor, starving Cuba, and make them
Hut to m.udor, while sleeping, the sail
ors from hero,
O, well might, you tremble in cowardly
Fortho strength of America eries against
He venge for the sailors who died on tho
-Mary Macdonald, in Prooklyn Citizen.
Mr. J. A. Cook and Hie "Taxpayers'
POUT MAOIHO.V, April 18, 1808.
EDITOHS COUIMKK: A friend has
just handed us a copy of the Oconeo
News of the 1 Ith instant and nailed
our attention to a short editorial, in
which we lind the editor airing him
self in thc following manner : "There
seems to bc a person in these parts,
Who signs ,J. A. Cook, who has waited
long for an excuse to show his abso
lute want of propriety, as well as re
gard for truth. Ile seems to have
tried to class the editor of thc News
down with himself, thus showing that
he would take from another that
which cannot help him, but only in
jure another. We seldom notice
matter contained in a 'hand bill.'
We return Mr. .1-to 'tax-payer'
for further instructions, to bo con
ducted to the Hon. M. i>. Dendy,
who will enlighten this falsifier to a
due observance of diplomacy."
Now, om article which was pub
lished in thc Conmen of the 7th in
Stont, which seems to have caused
this air ship ox plosion, was consid
ered a reasonable argument, the ob
ject of which was to convince thc
good people of the country of our
just cause ; that the Equalization
Hoard did the best they could under
tho circumstances ; that they wore
not guilty of any crime and did not
deserve the unjust criticism, which
was heaped upon them by this bigoted,
ignorant, contemptnble, over-rated
political parasite, who han more pre
tended propriety than common sense.
Wo think we have convinced the
good people of our honest intentions,
but in enso of this editor, wo aro ob
liged to acknowledge our failure to
convinco him, or fall baek upon tho
old adage, "Convince a fool against
his will, ho is only a fool still." When
ho has no roasonablo argument to
answer us, lie resorts to tho old
dodge of ridicule. Ho can apl utter
With proton fled courage until met With
unexpected firmness, then scoots
with fallen feathers to his den. If
wo aro not mistaken the good poople
of thc Reform party tn Occnec
county woro deceived and grossly
t?lsroprosonted ono torra in tho Leg
islature. A shore time in the lower
house soemed to amply prepare him
for his dirty work sinoe. Presuming
upon a self-conceived greatnoss, ho
imagines himsolf to ho groater than
tho Reform party, who toleratos him,
the influence of whoso paper ho has
crippled. Navor doos oooasion pro
sent itself but his ignorance is boun
tifully displayed. "Tried to olnss
the editor of tho Nows with himsolf,
thus showing that he would take
from another that which cannot help
him, but only injure another." Wc
heartily agree with this oditor in thin.
We, too, don't think it would holp us
or anybody olso to bo classed with
this editor. Wo would bo vory clear
of bringing such a disgraco upon our
self, even if ct word possible for a man
to class himsolf with a monkey. Ho
refers us to thc "Hon. M. B. Dendy
for instructions, who will enlighten
us to duo observance of diplomacy."
As wo aro not personally ac
quainted with Mr. Dendy, wo havo
no just cause to doubt his montai
ability; pud if wo happen to think
that we need his instructions at any
timo in tho future, wo will ask for
them. Wo think that if ho \a capa
ble of instructing and enlightening
people, his BcrviccB aro probably
needed on tho editorial staff of tho
News moro than any other place in
Now, wo think thc editor of tho
News phows his absoluto want of
common sonso in getting up a teacher
to teach diplomacy at thia critioal
time. Its results aro too prominent
in Havana harbor. A United States
battleship destroyed, 2GT> American
citizens murdered in their sleep,,
hundreds of thousands of Cuban-citi
zens penned up by Spanish soldiers
and starved to death-all tho result
of to?u R?HSlftl?plomaoy. The gov
ernment of Spain and tho Republi
can party havo graduated us all on
this line. Tho United States proba
bly has enough of tho diplomacy
fallacy to last them quite a while.
"Thia falsifier." Now, wc are will
ing for thc good people of thc country
to judge whether our articlo of tho
7th was false or true, though wc did
not expect thc editor of tho Nows to
believe anything that wo said, from
the simple fact it's usually tho case
that when a man happens to bo an
habitual falsifier himself, bc very
naturally thinks tho pcoplo aro all
falsifiers. Therefore v/e cannot rea
sonably blame him if bc happens to
bo troubled with this erroneous idea,
lie is rather to be pitied. Now, if
this articlo is a falsehood, for it he
will not care, and if it's tho truth
then wo need not fear.
J. A. COOK.
Everybody Say? So.
Cascarete Candy Cathartic, tho most
wonderful medical discovery of tho ago,
pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, act
gently and positively on kidnoys, liver
and bowels, cleansing tho cntiro systom,
dispels colas, cures hcadacho, fever, ha
bitual constipation and biliousness.
Please buy and try a hox of C. C. C. to
day; IO, 25, 50 couts. Hold ami guaran
teed to ''uro by all druggists.
Thc war department and the gene
rals of the army are considering the
question of utilizing thc 11 square
miles which the government owns at
thoChichamauga military park as the
point for concentrating troops in the
South for organization and instruct
ion, and also as the location of such
reserves as may be needed for the
gulf and South Atlantic fortifications
from New Orleans to Charleston.
Such portions of the reserve as might
be needed could reach any of those
fortification in 12 hours from Chick
nmauga. When not needed they
would bc in healthier camps than on
tho coast in hot weather.
Send your address to IL E. Uucklen &
Ca., Chicago, and get a free sample box
nf Dr. King's New Lifo Tills. A trial
will convince you of their merits. These
pills aro easy in action and aro particu
larly effective In tho euro of constipation
and sick headache. For malaria and
liver troubles they havo boon proved in
valliable. Tlioy aro guaranteed to bo
perfectly free from every deleterious sub
stance and to ho purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tono to Rtomnch and bowels
greatly invigorate tho systom. Kogular
si/o 25c. per box. Sold by .J. W. Hell,
Walhalla; W. J. Ltmuoy, Soneca; Ii. B.
Zimmerman, Westminster, Druggists,
The News and Courier says that
?1,000,000 barrels of adulterated
flour havo boon sold in tho South
this crop year, and Western meat,
which could not bo fold olsowhoro, is
dumped into thc South by thc train
loads." Shall this thing continue, to
tho injury of thc people, when it is
so easy to raise bread and meat in
Scales aro now mado that will
weigh thc flame of a candle or tho
smallest strand of hair plucked from
"There goes a fellow who whistles
at danger." "Ah I he must bo a very
brave fellow. Who is he ?" "A
If a man strikes another mr.rt
weaker than himsolf ho is a coward ;
if he assists a stronger man than him
self ho is a fool.
Handel, tho famous cornposor, used,
when traveling, to order dinner for
three, or if hungry, for five, find then
oat tho whole himsolf,
The Cotton Crop cf 180GV07.
. . ''LL?,~
A circular issued by Statistician
Hyde of tho Agricultural Deport
ment give* some inform' 'ion con
cerning tho cotton crop of 1800-07,
its value, tho amount purchased by
mills and tho aoroago planted, says
Bradstreet's. Tho proverbial slow
ness of government publications is
well exampled thereby, booauso for
nine months tho Buoccodingorop, thal
of 1807-08, has monopolized tho at
tention of tho trade. It shows that
tho total cotton oro]) of 1800-07
amounted in commercial bales to
8,532,705, mndo up by tho following
States: Alabama, 883,780; Arkan
sas, 005,048 ; Florida, 48,780 ; Geor
gia, 1,200,340; Indian Territory,
87,705; Kansan, 01 ; Kontuoky, 414;
Louisiana, 507,251 ; Mississippi,
1,201,000; Missouri, 24,110; North
Carolina, 521,705 ; Oklahoma, 85,251 ;
South Carolina, 030,408 ; Tennessee,
230,781; Texas, 2,122,701; Utah, 123 ;
Virginia, 11,580. Tt is Btatcd thal
tho largo and increasing amount ol
raw cotton taken dircotly from thc
current crop hy mills from tho cot
ton-growing States if moro than evoi
an important factor in estimating
the annual production. Ten yean
ago oidy about six por cont of a croj
of 0,500,000 bales was used by thost
States, while during tho year 1800-01
they used over ll per cent of a croj
cf over 8,500,000 bales. Tho nura
ber of mills in operation during tin
year was 402, tho number of spin
dies 3,344,327, the number of bale:
bought 081,001. Tho investigatioi
of thc,production of Sea Island cot
ton shows that tho crop of 1800-07 wai
the largest ono on record, thu Statei
of Georgia, Florida, South Carolin;
and Texas having produced 104,801
bales. Tho next largest crop was tba
of tho preceding year, estimated. :?1
about 03,000 balen. Thc productioi
of Georgia was 04,008 bales ; that o
Flor?da? 20,481 halos; South Oarolins
10,700; Texas 2,500. Tho tota
valu? of tho uplands crop was $285,
810,000, which gavo an average o
0.05 cents por pou id of that sold
and the total value of the Sea Islam
i i<i| i, i>vj,uuu,i?</o, ..ii average pi ice v
10.58 couts per pound. Thc totn
acreage during 1800-07 was 28,273,
200, tho number of bales raised 8,582,
705-an average of 0.37 bale pe
The largest river is Time.
The deepest ocean is death.
The highest mountain is called Sue
cess. Fow roach thc top, save tlios
who watch sharply for thc passing c
ibo spirit of tho mountain, Opportui
?ty, who carries upward all tho?
that seize hold upon him.
The most highly civilized couti lr
Tho region where no man hat
over set foot is called To-morrow.
The region where no living thin
hath habitation is called Yesterday
Tho greatest desert is called I-if
and it hath many oases. These ai
called Hope and Ambition and Lov
and Charity and Homo; and of thei
all, thc last is the most bcautifu
Besides these, are many other
smaller in extent, whence tho tra'
oller obtaineth refreshment durii:
the weary journey through iifo.
Tho Host Liniment.-"Chamberlain
Pain Hahn is tho il nos t on earth," wri
Edwards & Parker, of Plains, Ga. Th
is tho verdict of all wdio uso it. Fi
rheumatism, lame back, sprains, swo
nigs and tho numerous slight admen
and accidents common to every bonn
hold, this liniment has no equal. With
in tho house a great deal of pain ai
suffering may be avoided. For sale 1
J. W. Hell, Walhalla; ll. H. Ziinmorim
& Co., westminster; W. J. L?nne
?-?--4 . ?
In the North American Kevic
for April, Langdon Kain, M. I
writes of "Man's Span of Life," shot
ing that while tho effect of ad vane?
civilization is to lower tho death rat
it has also increased tho pereentaj
of persons of great age. Dr. Kn
narrates many remarkable instanc
of longevity, nt thc .same time d
ploring tho absenco of trustwortl
vital statistics in connection with t
pursuit of this subject.
WU II.-n i on tim Tablo.
A man natnod Hogan was ohurg
with murder. A hat, bolioved to bo t
prisoner's, was found nour tho hody
tho immlorod man, and this was t
principal ground for supposing Hog
was tho perpetrator of tho foul dot
O'Connell, who was retained for tho i
ii SIM), felt tho ease required tho oxoro
of his utmost powers. Tho counsel J
tho crown mudo a strong point ou t
hat. O'Connell oross examined thew
nous wiio identified it. "Aro you p
footly suro thut this was tho hat fun
OIOHO to tho body?" "Sartin sure
O'Connell proceeded to inspect tho ot
boon. "Was tho prisoner's name, 1
Hogan" (ho spelled each letter slow!
"in it nt tho timo you found il
" 'Twas, of course. " " Vou could not
mlHtukenV" "No, sir." "And all y
swore is ns trno ns that?" "Quite
"Then got off tho table this minute
cried O'Connell triumphantly. Addrc
ing tho judge, ho said: "My lord, th
cnn bo no conviction boro. Them is
name in tho lint I"
In many of tho county assize courts
I.elend wi i nc: ? e ; glVO tllOlr OVidOl
when sitting on a ohnir placed on tot
a table which is fixed in front of
hench. Homo of these tables aro cove:
with groon baize. In tho assize court
tho town of Wicklow I hnvo froquen
hoard a witness, after bo bas boon oi
od, ordored to "como on tho taino''
an oflloiu! o< tho court.-Notos i
ltenuty is lllon&Dcop.
('loan blood means a clean skin,
bonnty without it. Casearota (Jandy
Muutie clean your blood and keep
eleni- by nth ? mg up tho lazy livor .
driving all impurities from tho bo
llogin to-day to banish pimples, bu
blotches, blackheads and that sie
Lihou.- complexion by taking Cascar/ i
In-,-o I y for ton cents. All drnggi
Satlsfhotion guaranteed. lOo.j '?ric., fit
A NEW 8WINDLE.
Look On* For U>? %Vvit UrcMoU ht?n ivho
Huyo you Ohivo Ut? Ohtvng?.
"You want to look out for your
ohaugo in tho surfaoo oars.'* unid tho
first foiniuino trolloyito. "X hnd nu ox
porionoo tho other dny whioh might
lu?vu oost mo ? couts, nud porhnps I
have disoovorod a now swindle I have
uever hoard of it boforo nnyway.
"I was going down town, uud, as it
happened, I. know that 1 hud only 10
oout pioos lu chango. Ono of thom I
gavo to tho oonduotor, nud ho gave mo
6 oouts in rn turn. Ho wout emt on tho
platform, whoro a well drossod mun
was standing thou, aud ?hoy bogau nu
nuimatod conversation. Thou tho cou
duotor oanio back to mo,
" 'What did you give mo, madam?'
" 'Why, 10 oouts,' I rcpliod.
"Ho wont outsido again, and I could
soo that ho continued his conversation
with tho lunn in nu oxoitod manner.
Prosoutly hq eamo iusido and ".od to
" 'Thank yon, mndum.'
"I lind no lO?ta what I had dono for
him, but sm:h a spirit of thunkfulnoHH
it soomod well to oneourago, and I nu
" 'Oh, you oro quito wolooino. '
"Boforo I reaohod my destination tho
man outiddo had loft, nud ns tho oar
WM blookod and stopped for n fow ino
monts when I came to got off I said to
tho conductor :
" 'What was tho trouble with tho
" 'Why,' said tho oonduotor, 'ho in
sisted that im ?md KI von ' "" timi 10
couts and that I had givon you tho
ohaugo which ho should havo had. '
"Now, that was a regular attempt ut
n swindle, but you soo I waa sara that
I had only 10 cent piocos in my purse.
If I hadn't, ho might havo had my 5
cents. It is such n moan trick for h
couts, and I should havo thought, from
n mumal glauco nt tho man, that ho was
tl gentleman, for hu Waa woll drosred.
My husband said, when I told him, that
it was his dross that made it possible
for him to undertake snob u trick, lt
would have hoon impossible for a poor
ly drossod man. "
"Do you know," said tho second foin
illino trolloyito, "I boliovo 1 bad that
samo trick played on mo tho other day,
and I should,povor have thought of it ii
cu ima not told mo about this.
"J was in ouo of tho oars, and I gavo
tho conductor n quarter. Ho gavo ino
tho right chango, JJ0 couts. I was with
a friend, and I was not thinking par
ticularly of what I was doing, and as I
put tho money into my purse tho oon
duotor carno hack to mo nud said :
"'You only gavo mo 6 cents. That
change that I gavo you belonged to this
man over hore. '
"You eau imagino that I felt very
sheepish taking chango that did not bo
long to me.
" 'What did I give him?' I said to my
friend. '1 was suro it was n quarter. '
Ont of course I handed ovor tho change,
and tho mau on tho opposite side of tho
car pocketed it immediately.
"Now that you toll me about this I
am suro I lost my 20 couts. Why should
tho conductor havo given mo just tho
chango I expected if I had not given
bini a quarter? But I usually have a
good deal of change in my purse, and,
as I was talking, I was not so suro about
what I had banded out as I would have
boon uudor othor circumstances. It
makes me so angry to bo swindled."
"Woll, tho oonduotor was not at fault
in my caso nt least," said tho first F.
T. "Ho stood up for mo. I don't won
der they get confused sometimos. It is
n mystory to mo that they don't always
got things wrong. I wonder if this is a
now swindle?*1-Now York Times.
M nell Helter.
It is a popular but evidently an in
correct notion that Indians have little
tenderness of fooling toward "tho bruto
oroation. " An Indian agent's story,
printed in tho Now York Tribune,
shows that ono Indian at least might
touch bis white brother :. lesson.
Out in tho country whoro tho Indian
agent has boon staying rahhitsarn bunt
ed for sport, and ovory precaution is
taken to preservo thia game, that tho
sport may not ho interfered with. Tho
eagle is tho rabbit's greatest enemy,
and hearing that ono of these noble
birds had a nest in tho no. hhorhood
tho ngont undertook to destroy .t. John,
nu Indian who often accompanied him
on his hunting expeditions, was asked to
They found tho nest without difficul
ty and caught tho young onglets in the
act of devouring a rabbit. It was nu in
teresting sight, um! tho two mon watch
od it for soinu minutes. In tho mean
time tho mother eagle had returned, und
oiroled about the nest high above thom.
"What shall wo di), John?" tho
agent asked nt length. ".Shall I throw
the nest down on tho rocks or shall wo
pick thom off with our guns?"
"lid's go homo," sidd John, after
some deliberation, "and let tho helpless
little things grow up in peace."
dritphlc SUotcth ?>f Killin Torry.
('burles Rondo was ono of El len Ter
ry's earliest admirers, and his descrip
tion of her after ber successful imper
sonation of ono of bis Creatinin' is char
acteristic of the man. "Ellon Torry is
an enigma," bu wrote to a friend under
tho dato of Juno 1, 1807. "Her eyes aro
palo, her nose rather long, lier mouth
nothing particular, complexion n deli
cate brick dust, ber bair rather liku tow,
yet somehow she is beautiful. Her ex
pression kills any pretty fnoo you soo
beside her. Her figure is lean and bony,
her hands masculine in size and form,
yet she is a pattern of fnwilliko grace.
Whether in movement or repose, gruco
pervades tho hussy; in character im
pulsivo, intelligent, weak, hysterical
in short, all that is abominable and
charming in woman. Ellon Terry is a
Very charming notross. I sen through
und thiimgh lie?, yul she plea.iun mo nil
tho samo. Little duck. "-Chicago lutor
?STATU OK OHIO, CITY OF Toi.KOO, I
LUCAN COUNTY, J '
Frank J. Cheney makes oath thal, he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney St Co., doing business ill the ('itv
of Toledo, Comity and State aforesaid,
ami that. Haid finn will pay the sum of
Ono Hundred Dollars for each and
every ease of Catarrh that cannot be
Oil rod by tho use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FliANK J. CHUNKY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in'
my presence, this (Ith day of Decenibei
A. D. 1880.
A. W. OI.KAKON,
' ' Notary Publie.
Hall's Catarrh (Jure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood ami mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHUNKY & Co., Toledo, O.
--Sold by Druggists, 7")C.
Hall's Family Pills ino tho best.
The Connecticut Mutual Life will
permit any of its policy-holders lo
fight for their country without charg
ing them any extra premium.
An old matt? sf.id it'?, bad onou'd?
for t he men to get married without
fools of women imitating them.
Reading without thinking in tilca
pouring water through a seive.
i i'm* ??i-?m nm, l'ulhiliiM?-(i
MUCH OPIUM IS IM PORTEO.
It I? T-ixod "Ic?vily, but iib Yictim? -.tv;-, t.
Hilve It ut Any l'ritio.
Tho oxtonfc to willoh opium smoking
io priK'tioo'J hy tho Obbioso lu tbi? coun
try muy bo judged from tho fact that
tho importations of snioklpg opium at
this port lust yonr nggrogntod 121,401 <
pounds, Tho drug, nt $0 a pound,
smountod to $728,400. Thodrugwas in
tho form proparod exclusively for smok
ing and not uviilhihln tor tiny othnr uses.
It? comes in rootaugular tin boxes, not
un 1 i kn tiloso in whioh popper and spices
oro put up, ouch containing about kitlf
n pound. Bo prepared, opium is n honii
Huid, dark brown, Ntieky substimoo, ro
som hiing Now Orlonns molasses iu ap
(Jhnuuooy M. St. John, doputy sur
voyor of tho port, says that on tho lin
p-rts of this sort of opium ut San Fran
OIHOO siuco Juu. 1 lust tu dato duty lias
bern paid to tho amount of $140,841.
This would represent 24,1100 pounds of
tho drug. Hy tho steamship ( ?nolie, ar
riving from China on Fob. 1?, tho opi
um imports amounted to 18,888 pounds,
on whioh tho duty paid was $110,000.
Not including this largo quantity, tho
smoking opium now in bonded ware
houses hore, on whioh duty of $131, UNO
bas not boen ooUeeted, amounts to 20.
815 pounds. ,
lt is believed that opium smoking
has greatly decreased since tho duty was
reduced from the former rate, to
tho present rato of $0 a pound. Former
ly largo quantities of smoking opium of
an inferior quality were tundo in Vic
toria, ll. C., and thence smuggled into
tho United States. Tho reduction of du
ty, whilo greatly lessening tho profite
of smuggling, loft tho risk of soi/.uru
undiminished, and this tended to dis
courage tho Victorian industry, whioh
has practically been ahnndonod.
Very littio smoking opium roaches
tho United States save that which comos
to this port from China. It is all mndo
in that country. Tho drug for medici
nal uses comos in its crude form from
Turkey. A little of this raw opium is
occasionally imported hy San Franoi BOO
dealers hy way of Now York, roaching
this oity hy mil.
Tho manufacturo of smoking opium
in tho United States lins boon greatly
cheeked, if not well nigh destroyed, by
thu imposition of un internal revenue
tax of $10 a pound. Tho tax, iu fact,
was laid for tho express purposo of dis
couraging tho busiuoss.
In BOHIO way n roport hos gained onr
rouoy that nu attempt had boen made to
smuggle a largo quantity of opium into
this country in tho guise of "nut oil"
hy tho ship Now York, whioh wont
ashore at Half Moon buy. Tho oustoms
ollicinls say there is no foundation for
tho story so far ns they aro informed.
San Francisco Chronicle.
Th? I ?loni Sportsman.
As thc accomplished artist should bo
m HR tor of detail, so should tho sports
man ho thoroughly informed in all mi
nor mailers which hoar upon his umuso
moiit. The man who novor rises above
tho killing stage misses much of tho
most onjoyablo und satisfying attributes
of sport, for in tho thorough mnstory of
details lies tho really enduring plons
uro: Moreover, 1 havo found that, as a
rule, the better informed II sportsnum is
the les:; gamo ho Hi 11K---not becnuso
lenrning interferes with his skill, but
rnthcr that ho hus learned enough not
to kill too much.
My ideal sportsman-and we lind him
hero and there-is tho niau who has
outgrown tho desire to III uko big hags,
who has passed tho point when pleasure
is measured by tho pilo of ?lead, who
bas educated himself lill im has risen
nhovo tho selfishness of mero slaughter,
and who has grown to consider rod und
gnu as accessories to rather than osson
tiulH of pleasure afield. Such a man's
path winds through places so pleasant
that ho never wearies of thom, and his
game hag grows lighter as his under
standing of lintern broadens. Ho ho
cemos moro naturalist than sportsman
(in the ordinary ueceptnnco of that
term), and while ho probably is an ex
cellent shot tho very knowledge of his
ability to kill when ho so desiros tem
pers his eagerness to do so.-Ed W.
Sandys ii. (Juting.
Hinch Co nv o a l'rovoiit Ivo of Malaria.
"The best remedy in tho world for
an impending attack ol' malaria or chills
and fever is strong black coffoo," said
tho drummer with the quill in his
mouth, ns he walked up to tho cashier's
desk and paid for lunch for two
"Karly yesterday morning 1 awaken
ed with the usual accompaniment of
Ibo Hguu. 1 hud hot Hushes. Following
timm carno a sensation similar to hav
ing cold feet dancing a minuet on ono's
hack in tho winter time.
"Well, I'm several hundred miles
from home, out of reach of my wife, of
course, and 1 was in a dilemma. Clot
ting the aguo, when you haven't a sym
pathetic spouse or n loving old mother
near to douse your feet in mustard baths
and rub your chest with camphor, is
not the pleasantest thing in tho world.
"So what did I do but adopt tho sug
gestion of a follow who said he'd 'had
tho ugy do/.OUB o' times' and drank cof
"1 swallowed Hvo big, brawny cups
of tho stun*, and when I arose today ?
felt lihou king'. It hud elleeted a cure."
-Now Orleans Times Democrat.
Wliorfl Our limebon Como Kron).
A hugo proportion of tho hog bristles
that aro made into brushes of all sorts
aro obtained from China. Heforo Chi
nese lun ts were opened to foreigners tho
residents of China made no use of tho
bristles, but now they have becomo ono
of the important exports. Tho hog bris
tles used in making fine brushes aro usu
ally not less than three i ucl mn long, hut
tho black Tien tsin bristles of north
China aro often more than twice that
length and urn famous tho world over.
Tim mi ?ninia from which tho black bris
tles are taken closely resemhlo tho wild
boar of Europe. Buffalo Now?
Winni you take Hood's Pills. The big, old lash
toned, sugar-coated pills, which tear you all io
pico i.i, aro not In il with Hood's, Kiisy lo lake
ml easy tn operate, ls (ruo
: Hood's Pills, w hich uro
,i to ?late lil every respect.
ufo, certain ami sure. All ?. fi fi H
trilffglsta. .-W. <*. f. Mood & Co.. howell. .Mass,
rho ?lily Pills lo I. :o with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
A special from Washington to thc
New York Herald says that in tho
event of thc necessity ol' detailing
United States troops for tho invasion
and occupation of Cuba during the
rainy season, it is probable thal the
main body of the anny will bo com
posed ol'colored troops. Such a plan,
adds the special, is being seriously
considered by tho war department,
I and should the number of colored
soldiers now in thc regular service be
i usu Iii c icu t, the depart, mailt ?ins
assurance that an adequate number
of colored volunteers from the South
ern States may be counted on.
responds readily to [?roper fer
Larger crops, fuller ears and
larger grain are sure to result
from a liberal use of fertilizers
containing at least y% actual
Our booka nre free to farmers.
. ' ?:?;.>:?..? ?<;. . 'c ,
GERMAN KAU WORKS,
cj N;u?.iu St.. New Yoik.
'i Im Hobbyhorsn Orneo In Amor?o??
lu St. Nioholas "Tho Story of tho
Whool" is told by Frouk H. Vizotolly.
Spooking of tho drnisiuo, or hobbyhorso,
QB it WttB derisively oullod, Mr. Vlzotol
Tho Ci nt- Amorlonn nppoaronoo of tho
draisine was niado lu Now York oity.
Tho pooplo of tho new world eagerly
woloouiod tho now sport. Small mnuu
faotorios Bpraug up all ovor town, but
tho domand for wheels far oxooodod tho
supply. Nour Howling Groen t?oso vo
lit?los worn first exhibited. Around City
Hull pnrk and around tho .1 lowery nt
?ll times of tho day rklors might ho
soon. Tho orn/o-for craze it wnB-BOOH
spread over tho bind, mid tho principal
oitioB onoh bad whools. Howovor, a ro
notion soon sot in, and ns suddenly na
tho draisine had risen into favor ao sud
denly did it fall from grace.
Couldn't Hoad Ulm Off.
During tho visit cf n political goutlo
innn to Kontuoky his sorvnut onmo into
his room enrly ono morning nnd an
llOIIllOOd tho coldest, went hov of tho Bon
son. "Hit'B BO cold, kunnol, " ho snid,
"dat nil do whisky's froiao had."
"WhatI" Bhriokod tho oolonol, jump
ing out of bod.
"Doy tolls mo do whisky *B frozo,sub. "
"Woll, wolli That bents my timo!
Hut, say, John I"
"Just go down and bring mo vip a
hunk of it. I nlwaya did Uko cracked
Grontost Moiiinnoiit to Mart's Handiwork.
"Tho gronto8t struoturo ovor rnisod
by tho hand of man, " writos William
Goorgo Jordan of "Tho QrentoBt Things
In thu World," in Tho Iitullos' Homo
Journal, "is tho groat pyramid of
Cheops, founded 4,000 years ago and
measuring 740 feet Bqunro Oil tho bllBO
and 449 foot high. It took 20 years in
construction, 100,000 mon working for*
three months, and hoing thou relieved,
wore succeeded by an equally largo
oorps. Tho inaHsivo stonos wore brought
from Arabia, 700 milos away. Tho cost
of tho work is esl'.muted nt $145,000,
ANDTON IC PELLETS
Cure nil forms of disease caused hy
a Sluggish Liver and Biliousness.
The Tink Pill ClcatlSCS
Thc Tonic Pellet //J '/igOtHtCS
S. It. Moore, of Grcensbnrff, Ky., says: "I
was very bilious for n lou}; time: lind fallen
ofl' neil getting In bad health. I had dys
pepsia mid Spit up my fooil. I began using
Ramon's Liver rills nail Tonic I Ucla nc
cording to thc Doctor's Hook, mill ns a re
sult I Increased in weisin pounds, nnd
feel I'.ki* n new person."
The Ultu- " Poelor' ; Uook " tel'n nil about
tl1' m. and a w. i l.' ; Tr. aiment I'ree. prove?
c i ry vvi-rd lru< . C'tuipirie Treatment, 26o
C:iOlVN MFG. C3.. N. v. ...ul CrctlievI?C, Tenn
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I
COUNTY OP OCONKK. I
IN THU COURT Ol' lMtOHATlC.
Uv li. L. HKKNIION, F,Bq., PROIIATK
Whereas, Mrs. 101 i zahel h J, James has
made suit to mu to grant her Letters of
Administration of the personal estate
and offoots of I. K. James, deceased
These are therefore to cito and admon
ish all and singular tho kindred and
creditors of tho said I. K. James,
deceased, that they bo ami appear
before nie, in tho Court of Probate, to bo
held at Walhalla Court House, S. C., on
Thursday, May ?th, 1808, after pub
lication thereof, at 11 o'clock in tho fore
noon, to show cause, if any (hey have,
why the said Administration should not
(liven under my hand this 21st day of
April, Anno Domini 1808.
viTTP ? E- L. HERNDON, Judgo of
Z!^ ll' $ Probate, Oconeo County, S. C.
Published on tho 21st day of April
1808, hi tho K ico wu i<: Cou m KR and Oconeo
Bridge to Let.
TIT ll I''. County Supervisor for Oconeo
1 County will, at tho bridgo, on tho
20th day of April, 1808, at ll o'clock a.
m., lot, to tho lowest responsible bidder,
tho contract to rebuild tho bridge over
Thompson's (heck, at tho Mill of W. 1).
Sfrihling. Plans ami specifications will
ho exhibited at the time and place of
letting. Tho right to reiect all bids re
sowed. J. W. SIIKLOlt,
Olork of Hoard.
April ll, I SOS.
lt, T. .IAVNKS. I J. IV. SUKI.OR.
J A YNES & SUELO R,
WALHALLA, S, O.
r>ROMPT attention given to all busi
1 ness committed to their earo.
January 12, 1805.
WM. J. STUIIII.INO. \ \ R. L. HKHNIION.
STRIBLIN6 & HERNDON,
WALHALLA, S. C.
PROM?T ATTKNTION CIVKN TO ALI. Ilusi?
Nless KIN I murrien TO THRU.
January ?1, IM>8.
L, B, MWm
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
403-404 filth! Building, ? - . ATLANTA, GA.
(Journal Law Practico. Correspond
ence invited, 4-7 08
Summons for Relief.
Stale ol M Carolina,
COUNTY OE OCONKK.
COURT OK COMMON PLEAS.
Tbonins M. Lowery, Plaint. ?,
Jamos N. Robinson, Haebol T. Sandor*,
Rhoda M. Buxton. John W. Robin
sob, Mathew W, Robinson ami
Augusta V. Robinson,
SUMMONS KOK RKI.IKK-(COMPLAINT
TO tho Dofondants above na med :
"^TOU aro hereby summoned and ro
X quired to answer tho complaint in
this action, of which a copy is liorowith
served upon you. and to sorvo a copy of
your answer to tho said complaint on tho
subsoribors nt their oflleo, on tho Public
Square, at Walhalla Court House, South
Carolina, within twenty days after tho
service horoof, oxcluBivo of tho day of
such service; and if you fail to nnswer
tho complaint within tito time aforesaid,
tho rhu nt in in this action will apply to
tho Court for tho relief demanded in thu
Dated March 12th, A. 1). 181)8.
[Ii. S.l J A M KS SBABOHN, 15. C. P.
J A YNES * SIIELOR.
WM. J. STRIRLINU,
To tho absent Dofondants, Raebol T.
Sanders and Rhoda Mi Roxton: Pienso
tako notice that the summons and com
plaint in tho above entitled action was
filed in tho ollloo of tho Clerk of tho
Court of Common Picas for Oconeo
OOUnty, South Carolina, on Ibo 12th duy
of Match, 181)8; that tho ob^oot of this
action is tho recovery by Plaintiff of tho
value of tho improvements and hotter
mehi;; made upon tho lot and premises
described in tho c uuplaint.
J A YNES & SIIELOR,
WM. J. STJtlBLWG,
Walhalla,' S. C.
March 17, 1808. ll-0w
Coudcii-iori Schedule. In Kffcot
February 27, If08. *
Lv. Olinriwitou.~... 777.. 7 ?0~ u in
tv.O?lximblft. ll IX) ? m
" Prosperity. Ii ll p ttl
" Newberry. 12 22 pm
" Nlnoly-Kix. 1 26 p m
Ar. Orconwoud. 1 40 p DI
.. Hodges. _ 2 ?? "I?_?V? i
ftr. Abbovillo.~. IT Mp m
Ar. lteff?ii. _? l0_?_m
Ar. Amlorsoii.'. -TTT*. 8 itt p m
Ar. ?reonviUo.? ? ?.". 4~& p m
Ar. Atlriiitn . "...*.".*.. 0 55 p m
Ev??rem?vi???".. 10 SO n m
" Piedmont. 10 66 a in
'' wnniuiiHton.?. ll lg n m
Lv. Andorson.".... ? Il 06 a m
LY. Relton. iinji'a m
Ar. Hominids. 12 02 p_m
Lv. AldnivUTo.'.. Tl 46 B> m
Lv. Hodges. 18 80 p m
" Greenwood. 1 00 p DI
" Ninoty-Six. 1 26 p DI
" Newberry. 2 88 p m
M rrosporlty.. 207 p m
Ar. Columbi*?. 8 60 p in
Ar. ftharloston...77777.............. ' 8 00 p tu
6f?'^T;^ sss ?
TftOyi nO^LvTrrrcImrf?ri?'i?.. . Ar 8??p_^?0n
8W?n'iIll5? Columbia.....'" "O??p 0 5s p
907itl2l6p ".AlHton." 2-IBp 8 6 >n
lO?ln 126p ".BantUO." 1 25p 7 4flp
10 ?Oft 202p ".Union." 1 06p 7 ?Op
10 00n 2 ?lp "_Jonesville_" 12 20p fl 68p
10 61H 2 87p ".Pneolet." 12 14p 0 47p
11 26a 810p Ar.. Bpnitanburg.. .Lv ll 46a 0 20p
ll ?On 820p Lv.. 8nartanburg...Ar ll 80n OOOp
2 45p 7 0UplAr_Asheville.Ev 8 20n ?08p
"P," p. m. "A," a. iu
Trains 9 amt 10 carry elegant Pullman
nil i )itnc cara?otwcon Columbia and Asheville,
om ..uto daily between .Tnoksonvlllc luulCinoln
natl. _ , ,
Tra?na leave Bpartanuurg, A. & c. divinion,
northbound, 0:07 n. m., Bt8? p.m., 0:10 p.m.,
(Ve-itlhulo Limited); ?mthbouiid 12:26 a. m.,
?:li p, m., 11:04 a. m., (Vest?bulo Limited.)
Trains leave Greenville, A. ena C. division,
northbound,6:46 n. m., 2:04 p. m. and 6:22 p. m.,
?Vestibuled Limited) : southbound, 1:26 n. m.,
.B? p. m., 12:00 p. m. (vestibuled Limited).
Pullman palace sleeping cara on Train?86and
80. S7 and RS, on A. end O. division.
PVtAN ii a. GANNON, J. M. CULP,
Third V P. & Gen. Mgr., T. M., Washington.
W. A. TURK, B. II. HARDWICK.
Gen. Pasa. Ag't. As't Gen. Pass. AgH.
_ Waaldugj ou L P. a_Atlant a, Qa.
OonileiiRoil Sen..ililli- of l'asseiiffoi' Trains.
In Effect February 27lb, 1808.
Vos. I No. 1 S
No.18 No. a? Kx,
Hally i)ully.| Sun
Lv. Atlanta, O.T.
" Atlanta, E. T.
.v. Mt. Airy.
" Kenecn .
King's Mt .
Lv. Charlotte .
7 60 a
0 If ? ll
10 ll.") a
10 06 a
10 58 a
11 26 a
ll 00 a
11 Ml a
12 62 p
1 40 p
2 84 p
4 20 p
4 OS i?
6 e;t n
12 00 ni
1 00 p
tl 00 p
I 06 p
0 28 p
7 08 i>
7 48 p
8 08 p
S 86 p
4 16 p
6* 22 p
it ll) p
0 14 p
7 Ol) p
Ar. Richmond ..
New York ..
11 28 p
: anil mn. mi.i.
Lv.N. Y..P. li TT.
Lv. Richmond ...
Ar. Charlot to_
Ev. I .'inf oma.
" King's Ml
" BlnoKHborg ..
" Spartanlmrg .
" Greenville... .
" Bonoca .
M Toccon .
" Mt. Airy.
Ar. Atlanta, K. T.
Ar. Atlanta, C. T.
12 00 ni
7 02 p
ll) IX) p
III 111 p
8 2a p
Kl 48 p
III ;.n p
7 0;> a
11 61 p
(I 00 ll
I (1 42
111) 16 a
12 18 m
11 60 p
12 60 a
2 40 II
4 08 a
7 16 a
7 85 a
7 6S a
5 20 a
ti :t6 a
12 lil p
1 85 p
ll 25 p
0 85 p
ii sr. p
2 60 a
ii 28 a
12 IX) nt
6 60 n
lu oe p
7 ll.-) a
ll 01 pill) 46
11 46 p 10 68 a
12 2(1 a ll 01
1 26 a!l2 00 p
2 00 a
I 16 a
I 06 a
(1 10 a
1 00 i
2 ?? p
0 18 p
0 07 p
No. 1 I
.1 66 p
?I 66 p
7 83 a
ll 1.1 il
1 US p
1 : B II
2 26 p
0 16 i
.1 05 p
6 15 p
fl 15 p
7 15 i
7 43 j
7 46 p ? 85 a
K 18 pi 0 67 a
S Ul pi 7 20 a
li ll pl 7 ts tx
li 48 pi 8 27 a
KKK) I) OOO a
ti BO pl s III) a
No I V.
"A" n. m. "P" j), in. "M" noon. "N" night.
Noa.87and88-Dally. Wenhington and Benth*
western Vest?bulo Limited. Through Pullman
Bleeping ears bet ween New York and New Or
leans, via Washington, Atlmitu anil Montgom
ery, and also between New York and Memphis,
via Washing ton, A tia ni a and Birmingham. Pirat
class thoroughfare coaches bet ween Washing
ton and Atlanta. Dining ears serve nlbnioaTa
en route. Pullman drawing-room sleeping caw
I between Greensboro mid Norfolk. Close eon
e.tlon at Kin folk for OLD POI NT COM KOUT,
arriving there in time for breakfast.
Nos. 05 and WV United Stati s Kant Mall
rmiH solid bet ween Washington and New Or
leans, vin Mouthei n Itali way, A. .lt W. P. li. lt.,
lapo E. .v. N. R. li..hoing composed of bnggago
car ft?d couches, through without chango for
passengers of nil classes. Pullman drawing
room sleeping cars hot wenn New York and
New Orleans, via Allnii?? i>?id Molltgoinory.
Leaving Washington each Wediiesday and .Sat
urday, iv tourist sleeping car will run through
between Washington mid Kim Friuic-iacQ
Nos. ll, 0i, !* and 12 -l'lilbnan sleeiiing cara
I Isitwcen iticliinond und I Hut rim te, vii Danville,
j southbound Nos. ll and 07, northbound Nos.
88 and 12
Tho Air Lin? Hello train, Nos. 17 and Ul, bo
tween Atlanta and Oomolla, Ga., dally ex
FRANK H. HANNON, J. M.GULP,
Third V I'. Si Gen. Mgr., Traillo M'g'r.
Washington, l>. O. Washington, D. c.
W. A. TURK, H. ll. HARDWICK,
Gen'l Puss. Ag't., Ass'tGon'l Pass. Ag't..
Wieihlnxtoi?, D,g.. Atlanta, Go.
[Organised September 1st, i8lH.j
otn?omoiit o? tho ooudtWou of
~'cdoU ?nd Audeisou Banking Conman
at tho elosa of bustnoss March 3l8t, ?8"
Duo U8 by Hanks. 6,800 05
Stooks..... 1,700 00
Hoal EBtato.if-ttU 26
Loans and Disoouuts. 40,128 07
Surplus and ProAta. 5,787 82
Doposlts. 20,825 48
Ro-Discouuta. 12,677 00
* $58,010 U
I STATU OK SOUTH CAHOLINA, I
OCONKK COUNTY. )
I, W. P. Anderson, Cashier of Tho
Peden and Audorson Banking Contpnuy,
of WoBtndn8tor, S. C., do solomnly swear
that tho abovo statement is t ruo to ino
best of my knowlodgo and bollof.
WM. P. ANOKUHON, Cashior. -.'
Subscribed and sworn to boforo
mo this 6th day of April.
1BDS. lb H. Cnoss, [L. S.j
Notary Publio, S. C.
Blue Ridge Railroad,
IT. C. BEATTIE, ItKCKiVKK.
TIME TAB]Ai NO. 1.-SU PEU SEDES
TIME TABLE NO. 0.
Effective 7.00 A. M., Marob ?] 1808.
Between Anderson und Walhalla.
No. 12. STATIONS. No. ll.
Fl MST CLASS, Fiitsr Ci.A?H,
P. M.-Loavo Arrlvo-A, M.
?s 8.86 Anderson 11.00
f 8.50 Donvor 10.40
f 4.05 Autun 10.81
4.14 Pendleton 10.22
f 4.28 Chorrv's Crossing 10.18 .
f 4.21) Adams' Crossing ' 10.07
s 4.47 Sonooa 0.40
5.11 West-Union 0.25
5.17 Ar Walhalla Lv0.20
No. ((, MIXK.D, No. 5 MIXKO.
Daily, Except Dally, Except
Sunday. . Sunday.
KASTIIOUNO. "WKSTIIO?ND. T
P. M. Arrive Loavo. P. M. .*
s 8. Ki Audorson ll.KP/
f 5.55 Donvor ?I.?U*^
f 6.48 Autun U?0O
s 5.81 Pendleton ?2.02
f 6.10 ^berry's Crossing 42.14
f 5.11 Adams' Crossing 12.22
s 4.47 J Sonooa l 12 40
s 4.10 J ?f \ 1.15
s 8.38 West Union 2.00
H 8.30 Walhalla 2.10
(?) Regular station ; (f) Flag s.tftt?oja?
All regular trains from Anderson to
Walkalla havo right of track over trains
of tho samo class moving in opposite
direction, UUICSH otliorwiso specified by
Will also stop at tho following stations
lo talco on or lot oO' passongors : Phin
noy's, .lames and Sanely Springs.
No. 12 connect? with Southorn Railway
No. 12 al. Anderson.
No. 0 connecta with Southern Railway
Nos. 12, 87 and 88 at Seneca.
J. R. ANDKUBON,
A.tloni;ic Coast Une,
Wilmington, N. C., February 24, 1807.
Fast liine Between Charleston
and Columbia and Upper South
Carolina and North Carolina.
In olfect Fcbruarly 24th, 1807.
Loavo Charleston. 7 00 a m
" Lanes. 8 20 "
" Sumter. 0 35 *!
Arrive Columbia.. .10 5"> 44
" Prosperity.1168 pm
" Nowhorry.12 10 ?*
" Clinton.12 50 44
44 LauroiiB. 1 15 44
" Uroonvillo. 3 00 44
" Spartanhurg. .3 flt) 44
" Winnshoro.0 15 pm
" Charlotte. 8 20 44
44 Ilondorsonvillo.0 ttl V
" Ashovillo. 7 00 44
Lcavo Ashovillo. 8 20am
" Ilondorsonvillo.0 15 44
" Spartanhurg.ll 45 "
" Greonvillo...ll 60 fi
44 Laurens. 1 45 44
44 Clinton. 2 10 44
** Nowhorry. 2 67 "
Prosperity.3 13 14
" Columbia.5 15 44
Arrive Sumter. 0 85 44
" Lanes. 7 '18 44
" Charleston. 0 25 '<
Nos. 52 and 68 Solid Trains botweon
Charleston ami Columbia. S. C.
ll. M. EMERSON,
Gon'i Passenger Agent,
J. R. KEN LY,
T. M. EMERSON,
$011'?. (Karolina und georgia %
UK CHARLESTON LINE."
Solid Through Trains Rotweon C?h?rlos
ton ami Asheville Carrying Pullman.
Palace Bu?Tott Parlor (Jars.
CHAIM.KBTON, S. C., Juno 13, 180'
7 10 a m. 5
7 40 a m 0 1
8 18am 0(
8 20 a m 7 <
0 00 a m 7 I
0 15 am 81
1) 28 a m 8
0 48 a m 8 I
10(H) a m \ 0 0
IO 10 a ra 0 2?
10 55 a ra 10 1
44 St, Matthews,
" Fort Motto,
" Fort Motto,
" St. Matthews,
44 Summerville, IO 22 a m
" Charleston, 11 00 a m
7 00 a m
7 lo a m
7 51 a tn
8 02 a m
8 24 a m
8 88 a m
0 10 a m
0 35 a m
0 48 a m
'* Ram borg,
7 10 a in
0 15 a m
0 37 a ni
0 52 a m
10 10 a m
10 27 a m
11 Oil a m
ll 51 a m
0 20 a m
7 14 a m
7 57 a ni
8 14 a ra
8 28 a m
8 41a m
0 05 a m
ll 00 a m
KA ST KXPHKHB AUOUSTA AND WASIII
TON VIA A. O. L., 'WITH BIJKKI'KRS, '
AND PROM NRW VOItK.
Loavo Augusta, 3 05
Arrive AI Icon, 3 2fc!
44 Denmark, 4 82
Loavo Denmark, (| 25
.4 Aikon, 7 28
44 Augusta, 8 RY
Daily Kxoopt Sunday.
Loavo Camdon, 8 45 a m y 2ft
'* Camdon Jnnet 0 Q5 a m 3 65
Arrive Kingvillo, 10 05 a in 4 85
Leave Kingvillo, 10 25 am 0 00
44 Camdon.Iunotll 00 a m 0 40
44 Camdon, ll 65 am 8 I*
Jon. H, SANDS, Oonornl Managen
L, A. EMKHBON. Trafilo Monagor.
t?onoral Oflloo, CharloAton, S.