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91stWrm of the National Democratio
We, the dolegates of the Democrat
le party-of the United States, in na
tional convention assembled, do hore
declare tho administration of tho Fed.
iral government to bo in urgont need
of immediato reform; do horoby enjoin
upon- the nominomi of this convention
and of the Domooratio party in cach
Stato, a zealous effort and co-opora
tion to this ond, and do horoby appoal
to our follow citizens of every fornor
political connection to undertake with
us this first and most pressing patriot.
fo duty for the Democracy of the
wholo country. We do horo reafflirm
our faith in the permanicney of the
Federal Union, our devotion to the
constitution ot the united States, with
its amondments universally accepted,
as a final settlement of the controvor
sios that engendered civil war, and do
hero record oui steadfast confidenco in
the perpotuity of Republican self gov,
errnment; in absoluto acquiosconce in
the will of the majority, tho vital prin
ciplo of the republic; in tho supremacy
of the civil over the military aithori
ty; in the total soperation of church
and State, for tho sako aliko of civil
and religious froodom; in the equality
of all citizens boforo just laws of their
own enactment, in the liberty of indi,
vidual conduct, unvexed by sumptuary
laws; in the fai.! education of tlIe
rising generation, that they may pro,
serve, enjoy and transmit these best
conditions of human happiness and
hopo. We behold the noblest pro
ducts of a hundred years of changeful
history, but, Vhilo upholding tho bond
of our Union and great chbar10r of
these o ur righ Is, it behooves a froo
peoplo to II-f,tiCO also t eternal
is tHe price of lber-ty.
'ss:ry to rebuild :111d
hearts of the whmle
on)i cleven years ago
from the danger of a
in, Vhich, after inflict
tes the rapacity of
604, has henmcycomib
SoF Federal govern
Sb icapacity, wasto and
* uinh a :saes ad muniipal, ..
iLeS with the contagion of' mis3rule,
and locked fast the plrosperity of ani
industrious peoplo in the p)aralysis of
hard times. Ref'orm is necessary to
establish a sound currency, restore the
p)ublic credit and maint~ain the nias
tional honor. Woe denounce the fail.
nire of all these eleven years to make
good the promise of' the legal tendler
of value in the hands of the people,
andit the non1 palymen~it of' whlieb is a
disregard of the plighted faith of' the
nationi, We denounce the iin-rovi
donlco which ini cleven years of pe'ace
has taken from the people in IFederal
taxes thirteen times thle whole
amount of theo legal tender niote', andi&
squandn'ed four timies ta is muin in
useless eXponse, without the accumiui
laLtionl of any) reCser've for their redein p.
tion. 'We denounce the financial im,.
becili ty and iinunorality of that party
which dur'ing the eleven years of peaice
has made no advance towards recsump)
tion; that, insteadI, has obstr'ucted to~
sumption by wasting our resources
and exhausting all our' surplus income
--,.nd, while annually professing to in.
tend'ii'apoody auturn to specio pay,
montR, has annually enacted fresh
hindrances thereto, as such a a hini
drance we denounce the resumption
clause of the Act of 1875, and we
here demand its repeal. We demand
a judicious system of proimration by
public oconimnies, by ofhicial retrench
ments, and by wise finance, wvhich
shall enable the nation to assure the
whole world of its perfect ability and
its porfoct readiness to meet any of its
prom.isos at the call of the creditor On,
titled 'to pay men t. Weo believeo such
a systom wvell devised; and, above all onI
trusted to competent hands foir execus
tion, creatin" at no time anL art.ificial
security of currency, and at no time
alarming the publio mind into a
withdrawal of that vaster mas
chinery of credit by which ninety five
poer cent, of all business transactions
are performied; a system open, public
nnd inspiring general confidenee,
wvould, Irom the dlay of its adoption,
bring healing on its wings to all our
bar'rassed industry, and set in motion
the wheels of commerce, maniiufactu rs
os and the mechanical arts; restoro
employment to labor, anid renow, inl
all its national source, tihe pr1osp.e'ity
of the peoplo1. Reform is necessary
in -the sum and mode of Federal t.was
tion, to the end that capital may be
sot free from dlistrust and labor light
ly burdened. WVo denlouinco the prs,.
ent tariff imposed upon nearly 4,000
t tcles as a~ master picco of injustice,
inequality and falso pretence. .It
yields a dwindling not a~ hearty rising
revenue; it has impoverished many in.
dustries to subsidiso a few; it prohuib,.
its imports that might puLrchaso tihe
products'of Amor'ican labor; it has do..
graded American commerco fromj the
nrst to an inferior rank upon the high
*ess; it has out dowr. the sales of
mezntican manufacturers at home and
~b'ad, and depleted the returns of
4merican agriculture or industry, foi,
~-~wed by halt our people; it costs the
$p VO times more than it produ,i.
the 1reasur.y, obstructs the pr)os
af eroduction and wastes the
i labor; IL promotes fraud and
Y, foetera'smu gglinig, enariches diaboepst
Soaeials and bankrupts hoa) oat merch,
an ts. Wo demand that all cutom houso
taxation shall be only for rovonuo. Re
form is necessary in the scalo of pnblic
oxpense-Fedoral; State add - mii
cipal. 'Our Fodoral taxation- has swol- 4
Ion from $60,000,000 in gold in 1860 to
$450,000,000 in curroncy in 1870. Our
aggregato taxation From 8184,000,000 f
in gold in 1860 to $730,000,000 in cur
rency in 1870. Or in one decade,
from less than $5 per head, to more
than $18 por head. Sinco the peace
the people have paid to thoir tax gath,,
crors moro than thrico the sum ofc the
national debt, and- more than twice
that sum for tihe bederal government
We demand a vigorous frugality in
1very depurtment and from every ois
flcer of the government. Reform iE
neoessary to put a stop to tle profli
gate wasto of public lands, and their
diversion from notual settlers by the
party in power, which has squandered
$200,000,000 of acres upon railroads
alone, and, out of more than thrice
that aggregato, has disposed of less
than a sixth directly to tillers of' the
soil. Iteform is necessary to correct
the omissions of the Republican Con,
giess and the errors ot our treaties and
our diplomacy which havo stripped
our fellow citizens of foreign birth and
kindred raco reerovsing the Atlantic
of' the shield of A merican citizoniship,
and have exposed our brethren of the
Pacific coast to the incursion of a race
not sp(rIng from the sarmo great par,
(nt stock, and, in fact, now by lam
denlied citizenshipil) through naturali,
zation, as being neither accustomed to
the tradiJto of a )1'rogr'essivo civili
zation lor. exercised inl liberty unldl.er
0'qu1:al laws. 'Vo (enounco the policy
vliicl thus (iscal'd. the libert.Y lov
ing Gi e'rman aid tolcrates the rcvival
of the cooliO t.ra'do in Mongolian wo
men, iInlported for iMm11111oral purposcs,
and Iongolian llmen hired to per'form1
ervilo hIabor coitracts, anid demand
such a Imodifieation of' tho treaty with
the (iinose Empiro, or such legisla
tion by Coigress witbin a constitu,
tional limitation as sha4ll proxent, the
further importation of' immirgration of
the ionlgolian race. RTeform is no
cessary and can never be effected but
by making it iho controlling issuo of
the electionls, lifting it, a boVo tie two
falso issues with whichl the oflice hold'.
ing class and the party inl )ow%Or seek
to smother it. Theli faflso issue with
which they would enkindle sectarian
st rife :n resp)ect to th 0public ischiools,
of' wichi the entablishmiernt to su pport
belonginrg exelursive'ly to the several
Stateos, and wh ichr the D)emocrat ie
party has cherished from Llhei'frt lond
aitiont an<(l resolved to maintain wvithi
ou t par'tiaility or prefeIi'ree for any
class, sect or creed, ami wi thnout con.
tributing fr'om tihe treasur y to arny
cito n'iheri5Sswomy aazce-ordy lstuuo
l ighit anemw the dying em bers of' see,
tionalh hate betweven kindr'ei peop)les,
once r;natur ial ly est range.d, but! now
ani a(ili(1 (10nondesing. ILOf,:.i ni,
necet'Ss;.y' ini the c'ivil Seri\'ce. E'xpe,
r'ienceO prloves that lileienit, ecoom',i -
cah conduILct of~ the g'oveirmenttal bi)iS' p
ne~Ss is niot p)o.sible it its civil seri'Vce e
be su l-ject to clhanige at ever'y election,
he a prize foughnt i>r at the bal Ilot box,
be a ha11'in rw ard1 of' party zeal instonad
of p)osts of honor, assignedt 'o roved
competency and hold for fidelity ini il
the public employ. That tho dispens
ng of patronage should neither be a H,
tax upon the time of all our public a
men, nor the instrument of their am- I
bition. Hocre again professions falsi-- I
lied in the perlfor'man'ce, attest thati
the party in powver can work out no
prtacticail or salutory reform. Reform
is necessary even more in the higher
grades of public service. The Pr'esis
dent, Vice President, Judges, Sonas
tot's, R.eprescen tativyes and Cabinoetof
ficers. T1hose, and1( a\l others in au
thrority, are the peoples' servants;
the ir oilicers~ ar n' iot p)rivato 1)Iptqi
sites; the y arc public trusts. When
the an nals of this republic show the
disgrace and1( censure of a Vice Prno,
sidenit, a late Speaker of the IIouse of
Representtatives marketing his ruling
as a .pr'esiding officer; throe Senators
profiting secretly by their votes as lawv
makcrs; five chairmen of leading corn
mittees of' the late House of Repre,
sentatives exp)osed in jobbing; ai late
Secretary of the Tr'easury for'cing bal.
ances in the public accounts; a late
Attor'ney G)eneral mnisappjropr iating
public funds3; a Secretr'y of t,he Navy
enriched or entriching friends by pori'
coetals lovied off' the profits of' con
tractors with his depr'tmont; an am~
bassador to England consuroed in a
dhishton)orablo speculation; the P resi,
(d(ent's Private Secretary barely es
caped coniviction upon trial for guilty
complicity in frauds upon the Rtevon,
no; a Secr'otr'y ot War impeached for
high crimes and confessed mnisdomnean
ors. Th demonstration is complete
that the first step in reform must be
the people's choice of' honest men from
another party, lest the disuse of' (no
ptolitical or'gan ization infect the body
politic and thereby making no change
of' men on' pan y. WVo can get no
chanCo of mueasuia and no reform. All
these abusest, wrongs and crimes-, the
prtodulct of sixteen years' ascendancy
of the Republican party, creato a no
cessity for' reform, confessed by Re
pub)licans themselves; but their re
forms are voted (down in coniventioni
and displaced from the Cabinet. The
par ty's muass of honest votos is pow,
crIess to resist the 80,000 office hold,
ers, its leaders and guides, .Roform
earn only be had by a peaceful civic
revolution. We demand a change of
system, a change of administration, a
chango of par"i'is, that we may have
change of memnbers and of men,
The- Democratic Platfokm of South
The Domocratio party of South Oarolina, in
)onvention assembled, announce the following
is its platform of principles
"We 4eclare our acceptance i perfect good
'ith of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fif
eenth Amendments to the Federal Constitu,
ion; accepting and standing upon them, wo
urn from the settled and final past to the
;reat living and momentous issues of the pres
nt and the future.
We adopt the platform of principles an
iounced by the National Democratic party
ecently assembled at St- Louis, and pledge
mirselves to a full and hearty co-operatiUn in
ecuring the election of its distinguished nom
nees, Samuel J. Tilden, of New York, and
Niomas A. Hendrick, of Indiana, and believe
hat under the wise and just administration
)f its distinguished reform leader, assisted by
be eminently patriotic and able counsellors
by whom lie will be surrounded, peace and
prosperity will again bless our country, and
lie dissensions, confusion and maladministra
Lion of the past eight years will give place to
Doncord. good government., and a thorough
restoration of the Union. In accordance with
the declaration of that platform, and the ut
terances and acts of our distinguished leader,
we demand a genuine and thorough reform in
the State of South Carolina, and call upon
all of its citizens, irrespective of race' color or
provious condition, to rally with us to its re
deniption, for it is evident that substantial
and lasting reform is impossible within the
ranks ot' the Republican party of this State.
We charge that party with arraying race
against. race, creating disturbances, and fo
ienting dillictilties; mith prostituting the el
ection franchise, tampering with the ballot
box, and holding unfair and fraudulent clec
tions, with having accumulated enormous debt
iismnanged the finances, Itd i;jured the
credit of the State; with lejying exorbitant
taxes and squandering them when collected,
tius winning from the toil and livelihood of
the honest poor man of the State, a large per
centum of his hard earnings, without giving
in return any conipensation therefor, and has
hopelessly involved in debt a majority of the
counties of the State. Its management of our
penal and charitable institutions is a shame
aind a disgrace, We charge its legislation a
ilemoral!zing, partisan, and disgraceful, and
the venality sud corruption which have char
acterized every branch of the government,
execuitive, legislative and judicial, have no
parallel in the history of nations. It has cre
rited a multiplicity of unnecessary and useless
[Aices, comnp)licated in their system, aud un
necessa-ily expensive. It has attenipted to
ilevatc to tlie bench two most corrupt and de
-raded men. It can never purify itself, give
rood and impartial government, or by its
normal force and churacter, exercise in its
full sovereignty the law of the land. We do
niot cliarge this condition of things, which cv
Ory patriot most. deeply deplore, upon the
masses of lie party, but upon their leaders,
who have nqde sutic fatal use of their confi,
hience andI trusts; for it is our firm convict ion
that all thle good people of the State, of both
races, desire peace and prosp2'rity.
We, t herefor'e, call upon01 all' of our fellow
eit izens, irresptect ive of race or past party
ithiliat ion, to joini withI us in restoring the
good name of their State, and to again ele
vale it to a pice of dignity and character
liionwg I ih common111wealths oft thiis great coun,i
ry. We discour.I enanice all disturbances of
lie 1.eace of the State, andi denounce all in
st igat ors and pr'omuolers thiereotf, and earniest
ly call upon all of our fellow-.citizens. irres
iil c ulti v':i good wilIl; andi it thle gove rnmentI
1.die Kat :is c5o:nmiittedl to our' conitrol, we
I rtge' <m se t'l CSIo protci t th Ile peirsoins, rightIs
mii propt)'y of all1 its Pusople, andi to sped
.r binig tou stuma i ry justice any one wvho
m'e v iolat e t hem.
We 1:le ire ai Iitir, pe:iceable, elect ion, ap
ealingi to thie reasoni andt not thle paissionis ot
Ie C peoplet, andl de~'man d of' t he Repubmlican
iariy a thir shiowinig iln thet a:ppoiinment of
>m''i issimoners o 1 elect i:mt. We demand a famir
te ion mal a faiir count. We call upon all
the litriiotic sons of Carolina to join us.
'e ask but a trial of' cotnnitting the State toe
11u-C[ kepig, and11 it good gover'nimeint, secu
ly, prolection andi prosperity do not dawn
1 0our over' taxed, despoiled, and dishecart
.ued people, then drive us fronm power, with
morn and indlignat ion Our object is reform,
st renchment, and relief, that by honest.y
nd economy we may reduce the taxes, and
ghten thte burthlens of the people; giving at.
te samie time absolute security and protec
ion to the rights and property of all. Upon
his paramount issue we cordially invite the
0-operat ion of ever'y Democrat and Rlepub -
icani who is earnest and willing in this crisis
four State, to unite with us in this great
Parties desiring to hire conveyance to
~ickens Coturt IIouse, Table Rock and other
oints, can be accommodated at my Stables,
Lt all hours of the day andI night. Pur
hiasers can also be supplied with Geod Stock
My Regular Mail Line to Pickens Court
iouse daily. (Sundays excepted.)
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Easley Station, S. C., Aug. 3, 18'75,
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ulnal Losses, Intptdncy, Mental and Physi
ml Inucapacity, Imp edimnents to Marriage, etc;
ilso, Consumption, Epilepsy and [ its, ln,
.luced by selfindulgence or sexual extrava,
NGL Price, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated auithor, in this admirable
Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful p:ract ice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
oured without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or th~e application of the knife; point
lng out a mode of cure at once Simple, cer
tain, and effectual, by mearis.of which every
sufferer, no mat ter what his condition may
be, many cure himself cheapley, privately, and
Sent under seal, in a plain et velope, to
niny address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents
or two post stamps.
Address the Publishers,
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il Ann St.., New York; Post Office Box, 4588.
July 20, 1876 46
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Every man in the County o
SHOULD BE A SUBSCRIBER
Every man who has ever livet
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IT C1JRCUL ATL8
Largely in the adjoining Counties,
and to Bomne extent in Western
Northi Carolin a I
AND 1$, THIEREFORE,
For the Pickens Sentinel!
In the Pickens~ Sentinel I
ZYK A L Z Y 0!
.ons for a large numberof persons, naio and'al
who are 07'ta W r I Particu
3mssent free onapplication. Address with stamp
Dr. R. J. Gilil
HAVING returned and pormanently loca
ted at Pickensville, respectfully off>rs
his Professional services t.o the izensR of that
vicinity and surrounding country. Charger
I take this method of Informig my friende
that I will be found in my office on eaclh
SATURDAY, for the purpose of transacting
any business that comes under my jurisdio
As my duties an School Commissioner wl'
compel me to be al ent in differnt.arts o:
the county, I make (is speciai apfei nmeni
for the b'enentL of all concerned.
no25-17 Scool Commissione1
T HE Scholastio year is divided into two
Terms of 20 weeks each. The First Term
commences January 17th, and ends June 8d;
the second Term commences July 4th, and
ends November 18th.
Students entering within two weeks after
the commencement of the Tcrnis, will be
ch,arged for the whole Term; those entering
after this time, froin the time of entering.
It is more satisfactory that Students enter
at the commencement, when the several
classes are forming,
Course of Study.
1st Term-Spelling and Reading.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading cont inued
rrimary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
Exercises in Writing.
1st Term-Spelling and Reading continued:
Geography continued; Introducing English
Orammar; Elements of Written Arithmetic;
Exercises in Writing.
2d Term--Spelling and lIeading continued;
Elements of Written Arithmetic completed;
IntermediateGeography conplcte(l; Analyt
ical English Grammar; Primary U. S. ilis
tory; Exercises in Writing.
1st Term--English Gramitar completed; Phy,
sical Geographiy; 00mmon School Aritmlne,
tic; Tiowns Analysis of Words;
2d Torm--Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetic continued; Smaller
Composition; Higher U. S. History.
1st Torm Latin Grammar and Ifarkness' Eirst
Latin Book; Latin Reader; Davies' Algebra;
History of England.
2d Term-Four Books of Casar; Arnold's
second Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Sentence; Greek Oraminar; Kendrick's
Greek- Ollendorff; Greek Reader; Davies'
Algebra completed; Natural Philosophy.
1st. Term-Six Books of Virgil; Grec k
Reader completed; Plain Geometry; Iligher
Composition and Rhetoric.
2d Teri-SallUst's Catfaline & Jugkrtha:
Xenophon's Anlabasis; Ifigher Algebra
coiienced; Solid anid Spherical Geome.
try completed; Chemistry.
1st Term--Cicero's Select Orat ions: Xenophons
Memorabilia; Trigonometry and Surveying;
Roman Ilistory; Latin Prose Composition.
2d Term-lorace entire:"Six Books of lie
iliads: Greek Prose (ouposition; Algebra
The abovo course Vill prepare can
d idates for adminission in to t ho SOrnO
MORE C lass of any of ou r Southern
Collegos. Stnldents, who (10 not stand
a satisfactory examnination~ upon the
several studlies ol each class, wvill not
bo allowed. tho privileg to adVIneeC to
thce neit higxher, but be retainied ini
such class, till all the studies of it, be
TIU ITION OiF Pu,at AIt .DIrpAI'2lN'gg
Junior Cla5ss,, - 300
Sen1ior " , 3.0
Pre pa ra tory )e pm-tmen t, :ti.Q0
INo dd(uction wvill be inade f'or lost
t!ime except f romf pro)longedl sicknIess
M\onthmly reports of put1IC ulity, (1,.
dy, will be furnield paren ts. 0
De)c. 2>, 1875 17 tf
Fits and* Epilepsy |
Th'le worst. case s of' the longest st andi ng, b,y t
using DR. lUIrInaHI's Cure.
Ilt hals Otire'd Thaousand,
aLnd will give $1 ,4)00 for a case it will not
benefit. A bottlhe sent. free to all addres.ig
.J. E- DIBlb12, Checmist, Otlice: 183 Broad
way, New York.
SHUN DRUG POISONS.
M DIcIINE' RE.NDIEED U)sE.LESX.
Volta's Electro BEclsi and
are indorsedl by the most eminent physicians
in the world for the cure of rheuimat ism,
neuralgia, liver complaint, dyspepsia, kiliney
disease, aches, pains, nervous disorders, fits,
female compliits, nervous and general deC
blity, and other chiron ic diseases of thme chest
head, liver, stomach, kidneys and blood.- (]
Cook with full particulars free by Volta Belt a
Bo , Cincinnati, 0.
METROPOLITAN WV 0 R K S,
CANAL ST., FROM SIXTH TO SEVENTHr,
RUIill O D, .: JRGIA.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings of
Brass and Iron, Forgings, &c.
ARCR(ilECTW~lUR A'E JR ON WIORK,
in all its branches. (lone by experienced hands
JMP'ROVED) F'ORTAB1L1 ENGiNES for
driving Cot ton~ Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A numaber of
second-handl Engines and Boilers of various
patters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited andI pr'omptiy (lone.
WM. E. TANNER & ('0.
Oct 14, 7 lyy
Senator-Rl E Bowen.
Representativ'e--D F Bradley.
Clerkc of Court-8 D Keith.
Judge of/Probate-I HI Philpot.
SIherii-J Riley Ferguson.
2chool Commnissaoner-RIt A Boweni
Treasurer-WH A Lesley.
Auditor'-Alorzo M Folger.
County, Commisasionera -John T Gossett,
Chairman-Robert Craig, G MI Lynch. Clerk
County Commissioners, C L Hlollingsworthi.
Trial JTustice-Eaaley, Luke I. ArIl-Sa.
lubrity, .-------ntral, James A
Liddell-Pickens C 1I., C L Hlollingsworth
anud 0 W Tylor-Data.ille, J B Sutherlanid
South a R I
?uA . 0., Doo,18, 1876.
On and, after Sund'y December 19, the
Passenger Trains od 't, South'. Carolia
Railroad will run as foll qs:
FOk COLj 'BIA.
(Sun'days ex pted.)
Leave Chtrleston 9 '1p5a) I
Arrive at Columbia, 5 00 P a
(Sundays ex pted.)
Leave Charleston 9 15
Arrive at Augusta t 15 a
FOR CHA]L TO1.
(Sundays exo tgd.)
Arrive at Charleston 4
Leave Aligusta ' 0 am
Arrive at Charleston 45 p m
COLUMBIA NIGlT )XPRE.
Lefive Charleston 156pM,
Arrive at Colunabia 20 a m
Leave Columbia 00,p M
Arrive at Charleston 40 a m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPLIES
Leave Charleston 00 p M
Arrive at. Augusta 45 a a
Leave Auglisti 8 89 p M
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 % m
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a m
Arrive at. Charleston 8 45 a a
Leave 0harleston 8 p
Arrive at Summerville 4 p nI
CA MDEN TRAIN
Connects at Kingvillo daily [except un%
days] with Up) and Down Day and Pass ger
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railromd. This route
via Atlanta is the quickest an most direct
route, and as comfortable and icheap as any
other route, to Montgomery, Shnia,-Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other poin Southwest,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis. and all other points ves and North
Day Train connects at Colum in with tho
Through Train on cliarlottee R(ad (which
leaves at 9 p. mn.) for all points North.
Night Train connects with Local Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. .] for points
on charlot tR oad.
Laurens Hailroa(d Train conbects at New
herry on Tuesdays, Thursday and Satur
Up columbia Night Train e nects closely
with the Greenville and colum a Railroad.
S. S. ",OLOMONS, Sup jorintendent.
S. B. l1ciaI:ss, General 'Iie et Agent.
Greenville & Colubia R .
Passenger t rains run daily,. mltiays except
,con nectinhg with niiight tri ns on South Ii
Varolinia Eiailro:itl up :iii dow4 On and aft
ir Mondlay , D)ecemzber 1 3, the -01l- wing will
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at 74
beavye Alst on at9.1a
h~eave Newhaerry at1.3am
heave ( okesbuary at27p
hea:ve Belt on at3.0'
irerive at Greenville at . pn
Le,.e reville at )~N .5n
tave A lston ait 42
i~i*i;c a ('oumij at3.56 p a
live l ml roadumlda ad do.55alo pt Tim
((ing Nort h and South ont the Cha*rlotte, Cc.
inia: tl Aaugus.ta :and the Wilmaing o Co'
TIrain leave Abbecville at '..15 a in., e Jnoot
ig wvithI l.'own Tr'aini fromi (Ireenville. Leasec
tIkehIbury at 2.15 p mn., coOneetinmg with Up
rinfom (Co'lumia.: Acconaat~4~ion Trair:, 0
londlays, Wedniesdays anil'idays. Leaye
I';Ibur at 11.15 a mt., ot on thle arrival ctf ~ .
ec l)owni Traiin troria Greenville. Leaves At.
eville :at. 1 o'clock p. mt.. donnecting with ('
ramint from Coliuma.
NDElRSUN iANCII A ID FLUM RYDGU
,ave Walhalla at 6.09 a a
,eave Periryville at 6.45 a m
ceave P'endletoun at 7.36 a m
,ave Anderson at 8.35 a a
urlve at Uielton at 9.20 a a
,eavo Belt on at 8.60 p a
reave Anderson at 4.60 p a
,eave Plelt on at 6.60 p m
ceave Perryville . 6.85 p a
.rrive at WValhalla 7.16 p m
Accommnodaition Traini between Belton and
adersoni on Tuesdays,? hur .lays and Saturn
ays, Leave Belt on at. .M dm., or onl arriv
1 of D.owni Train fro Greenville. Leave
Lnderson at 2.00 p inm connecting with Up
Gene al Superintendent.
JAIEz No1wroN, Jr., ener41Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Ri'chme d Air Line Railway.
PAssENG ER TRAI9I EASTWAID-DAILT.
eafve at Atlanta aLt/
2cave Toccoa City ~t 64
caive Westiministeri pat
ceave Seneca city ttp
ceave central at 82
~eeve Easley at912p
ceave Greenville,as 94
~eave Spartanb ug ataa
~riea hr~a 8 a a
[laeCirot~t 6 5a m
leav ~pata,i4X~gatp a
iCtiO ('ntratit 40a a
leave Satanhstg at
coave TGreenvity at.94a
c a t A;en tr at.18p
caoSenec ty Erigan,
Forve~ Tcitylas aodnedtmttbe
2n e~a nomto nrgr to tafmg
(ana~ exa, Iwa Ne Maico Ua m~
)orati1 fciltis t al pont i 40Tnneuce
7aio~i,apl oo drs 40Ua B
IVriv$ e nra Emant Agn 1 80 po.
H.lon itbs, Emige Atant a nd
NTroneolders West waotfr. e
Forg/I cmircat,iondensed the eal
ndi gra Ainormatndbo ingrd rast
>u orai ailies, cealp aond iTnesee
prkatn o ies, houro,dMgnnesota, Col
H. .fibai ifpleme,tstlantalla.
All inommuinicateon fully gteGnea
ii~36ni W. L. DANLEY,
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