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Acts Passed and Approved at the Spe
cial Sesion of 1877.
Joint iLosolution to provido for a re
organization (if the 11niversify of
South Car(&'na, and of the State
Whereas ex)ervietnce has demon
itratod that the existing methods of
conductinv the University of Sonth
atrolina and the State Normal Wiool
are inpCticable, and unnecessarily
ex)w%sive. and that Ahe revilts at
tained under thern are commensurate
neither with the liberal design of the
Legislatme, nor with the hopes of the
peop)e who are taxed for the main
tuune o) the insitutions ot learning
and wheroas sound public policy
tv-u.cily dictates tho expediency of
placing these and similar institutions,
a, far a may be practicable, upon
such a bsis as will cuablo them to
allord tLe largest possible odiiction
al advanitageL to all classes of citizens
at an outlay compatible with tbe
presont ombarrwssed condition of the
financies of the State; therefore,
Section 1. Be it resolved by
the Senate and Uouse of Repro
uentatives of the State of South Car
olina, now met and sitting in General
Assemrbly, and by the unthority of
the same, That his Excellency the
Governor bo, and be is hurchy, direc.
ted to assume c.ntrol of all the prop
orty, real and personal, of the Stat
Univerkity and Normal School, now
bdovnginig to ud used by these iisti
tinisulw, aid to )Iaco the same i the
cutody and undLr the ma agmuient
of soine discreot and comipoont per
oll, who eiAll have the p..wer, by
and wili the advice and consent of
the Governor, to rent the dwelling
!oukeB thereof to suitable tenants, and
u!e the IOCeC( arieing froi such
re.tals in keeping all the property in
ot . I1* a on aInd repair, and in
comnsa~t ioni sha'l be determined by
theC Governo r, anid that an itemized
necount of the receip)ts and expendi
tures3l~ herin contemplated shall be
triansmiitted, throu gh the Goevernor,
to the General A ssembly, at its' next
re'glular sessiof nnd annnally there
atter unitil it. shnlhl be otherwi'se or
dered by the Logislature.
See. 2. That his Excellency the
Governor and the Board of Trustees,
w ho, together with the Chairman of
r he Counnittees on Education of the
Senate and of the 11ouse ot Repre
sentat ives, respectively, salali consti
tute a commission to ingnire into and
devise plans for the organization and
maintenance of one university or
college for the whites, and one for
the colored youths of the State, which
said universities or colleges shall be
kept seperate and apart, but shall
torever enjy preeisely the same
.yrivileges and advantages with re
spect to their standards of learning,
and the amounts of revenue to be
appropriated by the State for their
maiintenance. This coz.mmission to
repor't by bill or otherwise, at the
next regular Bession of the General
Assembly , and to receive no comnpen
sat ion for the services of its mem boe.
See. 8. That said commission shall
suggest 6001h measures as they may
deem necessary to secure a more
economical management of said in
stitn4IOns, anid to consolidate where
practicable the di ffer'ent departments
A pproved JTune 7, 1877.
General Grant and Herr Wagner,
the Bavarian minstrel, have met and
patrlesvonsed. That is, neither of
thema could speak any language that
was understood by the other, so they
"shook," and Grant remarked, 'Lachi
t r ferrich Herr von IHelick mit ter
dasher grosenweissent' Wagner re
aponded, laying his hand on his heart
and bowing humbly, 'Herr von Ulys
sos das grocery, kow heiser heiseen
vochlerstadt si neroit lachi stemner.'
'Then the meeting broke uip.
Enssia has in the last six months
exported wheat to the value ci over
$13,000,000, against whiea( to the
vahmAo of $8,000O,000 for the corres
ponding period last year. 8o, in
spite of the war, she has food enough
to feed her own people and a hands
some surplus for outside nations.
'Pat your lip on ice,' is the latest
An Interesting Historicel Fact.
After the argument upon the Flor%
ida case before the late Electoral Coin
missiOn iI Washington, Judge Brad
ley wrote out his opinion and his
decision in fuil. IIe completed it
about 6 o'clock in the evening on the
day before the judgmont of th e Com
mission was to be announced, and
read it to Judge OAiffurd and Judge
Field, who were likewise members
of the Cmmiasion. It contained first
an argument, and secondly, a c m
clusion. The argument was precise
ly the same as that which uppears in
the published document; but Jud go
Bradley's concusion was that the
votes of the Tilden clectors in Florida
were the only voto Which ouLt to
be counted as coming frim tihe BState.
This was the character of the paper
when Judge Bradley finished it, and
when he comIIIIIIicatod it to hil col
leagues. During t.e whole o,f that
night Judge Bradley's house in
Washington was surrounded by the
carriages of visitors who came to see
him upparontly about the descision of
the Electoral Commissiou, which, as
we have said, was to be announced
the next day. Those visitors includ
ed leading Republicans as well as
persons deeply interested in the Tex
as Pacific Railroad scheme.
When the Compiasion assemblud
the next morning, and when the
judgment was declared, Judge Brad
Icy gave his voice in favor of count
inyg th e Iayes electurs iii Flridal I
T,1h argiment lie did not deliver at
the time; but when iL came to be
printed subsequently it was found to
be precisely the same as the argu
ment which he had oiiginally drawn
up, anid on which he had based his
lirst conclusion in favor of tho Tildeii
The1 S .ut.her n Statesi are piract ising
3c0oomy iinial thieir affairs, and1 cai.
ting off er ery torivm of excessive e x
penditure, without regard1 to th(
standing of inliience of the h)onoli
cilarios. The hardi lesisons~ ther
learnved during th1e civil war are b e
ginlning to tell advantagaouly uip4 n
a peop)lO who were previoiusly aiccus
tomted to tako the world eay aIu t'
regard labor as degrad.ling. Tn
chanuges already affected mi Soutlh
Carolina andi Louisianra are marvel
Itus, when comp)ared with the reck
lessecxtravagwece only six months
ago; and the result of this transfor
mat ion is visible to every eye in the
inicreased credit of both States.
Under the new Constitution ot Georu
iat, which will undoubtedly be ap
proved by the p)opular vote, the
salary of the Governor is reduced
from four thousand to three thous
and dollars a year. The best mnen
in ties Slate will be glad to serve for
this pay, because they regard tbe
honor of the position as far above its
emoluments. The roformers in Geor
gia wisely e->mmnenced at the top,
with the highest officers first, and
will gradually descend to the lower
scale, as has been discreetly done in
other Southern States, which will
soon grow rich by their economie.
N. Y. Sun.
T be export of treasure for t,bo mon th
from San Francisco, has boon soven
millions of dollars.
In Providence, R. I., Saturday, John
A. Champacent, a cigar maker of
Worcest,or, arrested ohargod with de
frauding the revenue, being placod in
a coil, shot himself throuigh the bead,
An excellent old deacon, who, hay
Ing won a fino turkey at a charity
raffle, and didn't like to tell his severe
orthodox wife how he eamo by it,
remarked, as he handed her the tur
key, that the "Shakers gave it to
Col. Tom Scott computes that not
five por cent. of the mon engaged in
those strikes anid combinations have
ever had anything to do with railway
An old gentleman declared his idea
of a good dinner: An appetito, agro,
able company, something to eat, anid
The tattooedl man is marked chars
.Nover make a promiso when the
power of performing that promiso doC
ponda on nothem.
They are worth edr
rtcweight in gold.
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Da. Turr:-Dear Sirs For ten years I have been
r to pepsia,Constipation and Piles.
S r. rcomended tome; I
twttleV!f6ith. Iam nowa Well man,
ea , a 've ganed f oud
e worth their weight in id.
RMy. R. L. 81UPSON I,otimville, Ky.
ea. -na h. bee. en.
ed in the practice of
me icine thirty years, and
CURB 8ICE READ-. foralong timewasdemnon
AUR3- strator of anatomy In the
Medical College of Geor
ence persons using
1ls have the guaran.
OUM DYsPiPe. tee that th are
on scientic Anciple
noand are free Irom all
TUTT'S PILLS quackety.s
CURE001N TIPATION combi n them t e
"""""""" heretofore antagonistic
TUTT'S PILLS qtuditics a ston ls,
g VmwE PILBa. -1owls.
O........ eVhir first apparent ef.
IITT~Ofect is to Increase the ap.
TUT TtS PILLS 'bycaurin * the fb
CUBE F VER AND Thu ystem
ished, and by their tonk
L action on the digestive or.
T gans, regular and healthy
evacuations are produced.
CURB SILIOU8 COLIC Therapidity with which
."maPe-sons ite on *esh,
while inder the influence
tisPof thee ills, ditself
PLAD EILN/Y COr . to nourish the bod tnD
..... hence their efficac in cur.
PgjS Ing nervous debilty, mel
ITTS PILLS ancholy dyspepr&, wast
Ing of te Muscles, slug.
CUR TORPID LIVJM giliness of the liver
""""" A chronio constipation, and
mparting health and strength to the system. Sold
everywhere.Office, 35 Murray Street, New York.
TRIUMPH. OF SCIENCL
Gray Hair can be changd to a
arab a single app!1canoof
isHr Dye. It acts e '
and Is warranted as harmless a water.
Price $1.xo. Ofce 35 Murray St., N.Y.
WHAT IS QUEEN'S DEUGHT?
Read the .Answe
k It is a plant that grows In the South, and Is ape.
clally adapted to the cure of diseases of that cIKate.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY,9I
Entering at once into the blood, exelling all scrof.
ulous, syphilitic, and rheumatic affections. Alone,
It it a searching alterative, but when combined with
Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, and other herbs, it for ,a
Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla
and Queen's Delight,
The most powerfuil blood purifter known to) medical
ience for the cure of old ulcers, diseased joints, foul
discharges tram the ears and nostrils, abscesses, skin
diseases, dropsy, kidney coinplaint, evil effe'cts of
secret practices, disordezred liver and spleen. Its use
strenagthcns the nervous system, iparts a fair comn
plexioni, and builds up the body with
6 HEALTHY, SOLID FLESH.'
As an antidote to syphilitic poison it is strongly
recommended. Hundreds of cases of the worst type
have been radically cured byIt. Being purely veg
etable its continued ure wvil Ido no harm. The best
time to take It is during the summer and fall ; and
Instead of debility, headache, fever and ague, you
will enjoy robust health.e Sold by all druggists.
Price, 4a.o. Oflice, 35 Murray Stre:t Ncw Y orls.
Cristadoro's Hfair Dye is the~ SAFEST asnd
il'-:.T.i Li : ig$it int-o eule prcducir-yr the
mnost naituri shae of Blacek ',or 1ra-in; -lOes
NOT BSTA IN the bK!N, ntil is eas'ily applied.
upon every well appointed T1oilet for Laidy or
Genltle:nan. Bold by. 'ruggists.
P. 0. Box, 153-. Now York.
Decc1, 1886 16 6
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY,
CJOL UMBIA, 8. C.,
HOYT, EMLYN & McDANIEL.
JAMES A. IIOYTi Editor.
Thme Daily Register contains the latest news
of the day, all commercial, political anid other
matter sent by telegraph, full locail reports,
edlitoriale upon all current topics anid
Grange anel A(j 'tcultura1 Depart men ts.
The Daily has a circuhiion exteniding to
all parts of the State, le circulated in nearly
every Sl ate in the Union, and consequentl-y
increasin)g; therefore, as an advertising me
dirm it caenot ho surpassedl.
The ri-WeeVkly Registers is isued every
Tuer,'Ly, Thurscday anid S3ai trdlay morning,
and contains all thme news of thme days in one
The Weekly Register is an EIGIIT PAGE
paper,oontaining F ORTY-EIO IIT COLUMNS,
emibracing thelcream of news of each 'reek'
This paper is within the reach oftevery family,
and we are pleased to state the fact that its
lar'go circulation is rapidly extending.
The Register is now the Organ of the State
Glrange, and all matters of interest to the
Patrons of linsbandlry will be treated in their
appropriate department. The Agricutt ural
and Grange article swill appear in each of
our publications--Daily, Tri-Weekly and
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DArys.Y lRrOrs'rt:r-One Ycar, $7 00; Six
Mouhs, $3 60; Three Months, ,$1 75.
Tar- WVx:tLv Ri:arsTim--One Year, $5 00;
Six Month,j, $2 60; Thr'ee Monthe si 2:5.
Wm:st.v len'm ru-On)ec YoL, 32 00; Six
Months, $1 00; Thre~c Mahs 59.
The hest, and cheapestL BOOK( and JOB
PRINTINT1, of every diescription, promptly
and satisfactorily executed at the Register
All kinds of Law Blanks on hand, which
we will sell at thme lo'wes pric;.
.JAMEM A. HlOYT,
it. N. EMhAYN,
Proi-'etca .e an d Pu bli Mhers
Acti le Me,n anlw our Letter
1877 NEW YORK 1877
The different editions of THllE SUN during
the next year will be the sane as during the
year that has passed. The daily edition will
on week daya be a bhqet of four paget, and onl
Sundays a sheet ot eight pages, or 60 broad
columns; while the weekly edition will be a
sheet. of eight pages of the sane diniensions
and character that are already familiar to our
The Sud will continue to be the strenuous
advocate of reform and retteuohniot, and of
the subsiltution of statesmanship, wisdom,
and integrity for hollow pretence, imbecility,
and fraud in the adiiinstration of public af..
fairs. It will contend for the government of
the people by the people and for the people,
as opposed to government by frauds in the
ballot box and in the counting of votes, en
forced by military violence. It will endeavor
to supply. its readers-a body now not far
from a million of souls-with the most care
ful, complete, and trustworty accouuts of cur.
rent events, and will employ for I his purpose
a numerous and carefully selected stiff of re
portors aind correspondeuts. Its repoit1 fro
Wasihington, especially, will ho full, liceur:o,
and fearless; and it will duuibtless couttimu tu
deserve and mnjoy the hatred of Oho-1o who
thrive by plundering the Treasury or by!
usurping what the law does not give them,
while it will endeavor to toerit the confidence
Of.t hel plblie by defending the rights of the
people against the encroachments of unjjusti.
The prica of the daily Sun will be 656 cents
a mouth or $6 60 a year, post paid, or with
the Sunday edition $7 70 a year.
The Sunday edition alone, eight pages,
$1 20 a year, post paid.
The Weekly Sun, eight pages of 60 broad
columns will be furnished during 1877 at the
rate of $1 a ycar, post paid
The benefit cf this large reduction from the
previous rate for The Weekly can be enjoyed
by individual subscribers without 'the neces
sity of making up clubs. At the same time,
if any of our friends choose to aid in extend
ing our circulation, we shall be grateful to
them, and every such person who sends us ten
or more subscribers from one place will be
entitled to one copy of the paper for himself
without charge. At one dollar a year, post.
rfe paI, the expeuses of paper and printing
are birely repaid; aind, considering the sizt,
(if the sheet. rud the quality -f its coltent,
N:e are confidenct tie eo0plo V.ili cmn--ider 'I'e
Weekly Sun11 the cheaplest njewlpaper publisli..
2d in the world, and we trust ulso oe of the
very best. Atdross,
TilE SUI!N, New Yort Giy. N. Y.
IL T, USTT. ED PIR ICED CA TA L (,UL
)fty pa1e-- h Ihstrations, with D.
01iptn of thou-anlds (if the b,-t Flower.
alui iegetablej la the world, anda the w'y to
grow themz--all for a. two cent pote sttap.
I'in lii: j in G erman a md1-inelish .
V ih7 i Flor-:,l G;uide*, QW.rterly., 25, eente a'
Vick's Floral G -ide
a beau; iful Qua.rt.orly jouranal, tinely illust ratted
nad conita;inIin g and elegant colored Flo wer
Pl--.te wit h rLu first Jnmber' Price only .25
:-e fmr the yr.er. Trhe ;ir- t No. for '1877
j.:- 1 i::mc ini( Geran rad Eugir~ish.
V.'ick( Flow.r andl Vegetable Gardon, in
oli ': : w.i h o!:gant cila oh enver $ Si.f.
\Den.~ Cal.a!igtro--300 lilustration!]. utnly 2
F',A, WER'; A ND I EtCNTABL; 1.E GA !1 IEN
's th.e mosnt beaut if'ul work of' the kin1d inth
wcr!l it contains nearly 150) pnges. hun
dreds ot line rilustrations, and six chromo
plates o,f flowers, beautifully drawn andL col
ored from natur. Price~ 50) .Tot 1 inl ?)5rn
covers $1 .00 In elegant, cloth. Print ed' in
German and English.
Vick's Floral Ouide, Quarterly, 25 cents.
Vick's Catalogue-300 llustrations, 25 ots
Address .inijjs VaeK, Rochester N. Y.
Jan. 2G 20 -4
Dr. Rt. J. GAillIIandI
H AVING returned and permanently locav
ted at Plckensville, respect fully 0o'ere
his Professional services to the citizens of that
vicinity and surrounding country. Charget
May 9 41
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AT AUGUSTA, GA.
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F'ull Telegraphic D)ispatches from all points.
Latest and Most, Accurate Market Repor.ts.
Interesting and Reliable Correspondenice
from all parts of Ocorhia, South Garolina.
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Containitng acomplete list all tho towns in th e
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er th-an f,000,O acco)rdinag to t he lad tt 91tai
together with time names of thle newsp:aperr
having the largest local clrculationa in each
of the p)laces named. Als:>, a catalogue of
newspapers which are recommnenhed' to ad.
vertisers as giving greatest value in propor,.
tion to pri"es charged. Also, all newspapers
in the Unite'l 8tates and Canada printing
over 6,000 copies each issue. Also, all thme
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chanical, Medical, Masonic, Juvenailo, Edu
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t hinag nhich a begainer in2 adlvetising wvould
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PICKENN EIAR SC11006.
FliE Scholnstic year is dividod into two
UTerms of 20 wecks cuch. The First Term
commences February bth, and ends June 22d;
the secoond Term coualnences July 28d, and
ends December 7th.
Students entering within two weeks after
the commencement of the Terms, will be
charged tor the whole Term ; those entering
aftet this time, from the time of.entering.
It is more satisfactory that Students enter
at the conineciement, when the several
classes are forming,
Course of Study.
Ist Term-S ellinig and Reading.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading continued;
Primary Ucography; Mental Arithmetic,
ExcruLeb in Writing.
lt Terni-Spoulling and Rlending continued:
(- fahy ,tinued; Introdutcing English
Urva ; u; EleMe4nt3 of Writtkn Arithmetic;
Exer(iees in~ Wr'*itinag.
2d Teria--1p6liin, arid Ueading continued;
EleccatP of WI itteu Arithmetic completed;
IntermedtetM Geography completed; Antlyt
ical Euglit;h Orammiiar; Primary U. S. His
tory; Exercises in Writ.ing.
1t Term-Eiglish Oamumar completed; Phy-.
sical Geography; Oonimon School Arithne
tic; Tovns Analysis of Words;
2d Term-Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetic continued; Smaller
Composition; Higher U. S. History.
1st Term Latin Grannar aud farkness' Eirst
Laltin Book; Latii Reader; Davies' Algebra;
History of Ingland. '
2d Terpi-Four Books of Cosar; Arnold's
second Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Sentence; Oreck Grammar; Kendriok's
Greek Ollendril; Greck Reader; Davies'
Algebra completed; Natu-al Philosophy.
lat Terni-.ix Looks of Virgil; Gref-k
elader cowpletcd; Plain Ocoinetry; Higher
Composit.ion and 1h1etoric.
STcrm -SiaLust's Cat line & Jugurtha;
Nen1a, ' Ausbanuis; 11igher Algebra
c~m I~cnaen 8uii l lnd Splwrical Geom..
try co:ileted; Clieniistry.
' .LNIOR CLA8,.
I -- Term --Cictrt:'ei :t.lejct Oration!; Xenophons
Memjoralilia; Trigonometry and Surveying;
llomn,n ii istory; Lati Prose Composition.
2d Tormn--11or,,. (nire;'Six Books of the
Iliad.; Greck 'rose Goujsition; Algebra
Theo above CoUro Wil! prepare can
didatet ;o athmii- ito the Soplio
MoE.f Cn-8' 'a i'y of our Southern
Coleh Utadente, whlo (1o not stand
a atifne't 'y c'.smnila tion up)on the
ho wefoAd t h,e p,ri ilego to adviince to
thec .. : ba7..ler, bu b: re'ttaOio in
5Iuch. (C4, lill il the stdius-of it be
9atisfaet orily ";mpleted.
TUiT.'IC) o c Plusi.xny' DEIPARTMENT
Laun 'r Cin - - 8$5.00
Senior " , . 15.00
Pro*per-tt ory Depa rt mont, 20.00
No II(edado a will be( mafdo for lost
u m~ .' Ipc h am p roone;ud sick ness.
MontIUhlyi ren tu of pulrLct.nlity, do
;rtmnentK :a.nd rOci tationin jlcutu otu1
dy, w"ill bo fuirn'ished paronts.
J 1. (UAlLILSLE, Principal.
Dec. 23, 1875 17 tf
Tho worct ca.'es of the longest standing, by
usiang Dut. i'UnnIAltI)'s Cure.
It has Cured Tlaousanuds,
and will give $1,000 for a case it will not
beniefit. A bottle sent free to all addressing
J. E- 1)IBBLE', Chemist, Office. 1855 Broad
way, New York.
SHUN DRUG POISONS.
NMD !~nNa i RENDEED UJSEL8ss.
Voi.ti's Eiaetro Belts and
are indorsed by the most eminent physicians
in thec world for the cure of rheumatism,
neuralgia, liver complaint, dyspepsia, kidney
disease, aches, pains, nervous disorders, fits,
femalec complaints, nervous and general do
bilify, and other chron ic diseases of the chest,
head, liver, stomach, kidneys and blood.
Cookt with full particulars free by Volta Bolt
ME TROPOLITAN W OR KS,
CANAL ST., FROM SIXTH TO SEVENTIH,
R1IIMOAD, :: ViRGINiA.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings of
Brrass and Iron, Forgings, &e.
A RCIIIT ECTUR AILE IRON WORK,
In all its branches. done by experienced hands
JMP'RO VED PFORTABJL ENGINES for
dIriving Cotton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A nurnber of
second-hand Engines and Boilers of various
patters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited an l promptly done.
WM. E. TANNER & CO.
Oct.14, 7 l
.Senaor- II E Powen.
Ea>res.entut rco-D F Bradley and E II Bates
Clerk of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of P' o/ate--W 0 Field.
Sherif --. b ?a.) tuldin.
Coronr-lHerry B Earle
&hool Conuni.'aoner--G W Singleton.
Tr,easurer-W R B3era;
Auid4tor.--Johnl 0 Davis.
CouanVy ('ommissioner--B 1J John.'on Chai
rmaan-.John T Lowis, T1hios P Looper. Clerk
County Commaaijiours'P, C L Ltollingswort b.
Trial .Tusticesi- R'iley, T1 W RuRsell-Saa
/.t, J ii R Hoeimnhc-- C?entral, J1ames A
L,idl'l-lheIu'A's CJ //, G WV Taylor---T>aeus.
ede u4mAS rk olsn
mouth Ua Ie .. -,
OKAU1iTroN, 8. 0., Dee. 18, 1875.
On and- after Sanday, Deember 19, the
Passenger Trains on the Sonth Carolina
Railroad will run as follows:
Leave Charleston ?San
Arrive at Columbia 00 1 a
Leave Charleston 915 a a
Arrive at Augusta 6 16 p.
Arrive at Charleston
Leave Augusta teo
Arrive at Charleston 4 45, a
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRI9B.
Leave Charleston 9 18 p a
Arrive at Colunabia 7.20 a a
Leave Columbia 7 00p
Arrive at Charleston * 6 40 a a
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrive at Augusta 7 45 a a
Leave Augusta 8 80 p a
Arrive at Charleston 7 404 l
- SUMMERVILLE TRAIN.
Leave Summerville at 7 gg 80
Arrive at. Charleston 8 46 a nz
Leave Charleston 8 15 p a
Arrive at Summerville 4 S0 '
CA MDEN TIAIN
Connects at Kingville dly [exept :8a
days) with Up and Down Der and Passeve
Day and Night Trsins connect at August.
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augut*
Railroad and Central RailroAd. This toute
via Atlanta is the qnickest and most'd1iet
route, and as comfortable and cheap A
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mofil,
New Orleans, and all other pointb 8enthweIb
and to Louisville, Cinoinnt4 Ckig,
Louis. and all other points West and North:
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on charlottee Road (whiek
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
Night Train connects with Local Trais
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
on charlotIA Road.
Laurens Railroad Train conneets at New
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satqr
Up columbia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and columbia Railroad.
8. 8. GOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PcKENs, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia a,.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily.Sundays ercept
ed, connecting with night trains en Bowth
Carolina Railroadl up and down. On and aft.
or Monday, July 16. 1877, the following will
bo the Schedule:
Leaive Columbia at 12.46 p a
Leave Alston at 2.85 p a
Leave Newberry at 3.46 p a
Leave Cokesbury at 6.50 p a
Leave Bellon at 8.3 p a
Arrive at Greenville at 10.00 p se
Leave Greenville at 84
Leave Dielton at 72
Leave (JokesbuPy 85
..eaveoNew berry at
Leave Alston at 10
Arrive at Columbia at 26
~yConnct atAlato withTrai 0 on ta
Spartanburg anid Union Railroad ; cone at
Columbia with Night Trains on the South Car
olina Railroad up and down a; also with Trae
going North and South on the Charo , CO.
luzmbia and Augusta and the Wilmi n, M
Train leave A bbeville at 9.16 a in., eonneet.
ing with D)own Train from Greenville. Leate
Cokeabury at 2.15 p mn., connecting with t?p
Train from Coluzpbia. Accommedation Trais,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leaje
Cokesbury at 11.15 a mn., or on the arrival cd
the Down Train from Greenville. Leave. Ah,
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., conneoting with (ig
Train from Columbia.
ANDERSON BIRANCII AND PLUE RIPSg
Leave WaIhalla at 4.25 a a.
Leave Perry ville at 6.00 a se
Leave Pen dleton at 6.40 am
Leave Anderson at 6. 80 am
Arrve at Belton at 7.10a.m
Leave Belten at S.8W a a
Leave Andarsgo* at *.2@ p a
Leave Pendaltn at 10,10 p g
Leavo Perryville 10.40 p ga
Arrive at Walhalla 11.15 p m
Aecommodation Traine between Bielton an$
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satuar.
d tys, Leave Belte, at 9.60 a m., or on atie
al of Down Train from GreenvW.e. Leave
Anderson at 2.00 p in., connecting with Ug
JA DE NORTox, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Riohmond Air Line Railway
P'Ass35NO1 TRAiN UAAaAD-A.p.
Leave at Atlanta at y
Leave Toccoa City at 8 21w.
Leave Westminster at 9 16 p g
Leave Sen....eiay at* 0pma
Leave central at 10 la a
Leeve Easley at 10 4
Leave Greenville at 11 j@
Leave Spartanburg at 12 64 s a
A"'- r ' wharlotte at 4 lt a m
VnBI0nIT . .AIN NAsTWAD--DAILT
Leaves Atlanta at 1 16 bim
Leaves Toooom at 8 46pg
Leaves Westmninister 't 8 10pM
Leaves Seneca city at. 6 05- a
Leaves Central at 6 80* S
Leaves Easley at 6 49 & M
Leaves Greenville at S 49 6
Leaves Spartanburg at .11 40 a a
Arrive at Charlotte at 6 10 pna
PAssUNOER TRAIN W3sTWARD--DA!LT.
Leave Charlotte at 7 10 p m
AJeave Spartanburg at 15645 p
Leave Oreenville at 12 88 a as
Leave Easley at 1 06 a
Leave Central at 1 47 a.m
Leavo Seneoa City at 2 20 a a
Leave Westminster at 2 41 a m
Leave Toce"a City at 8 a
Arrive at AtlanL. at8
11111ONT TRAIl W3STWARD--DAILT
Leaves Charlotte at 70
Leaves Spartanbuarg at p
Leaves Greenville at460pi
Leaves Easley at p
Leave Central ao ,
Leaves Seneca City at 06
Eeaves Westminister at00
Leaves Toccoa at 80?~
Arriye at Atlqnta at J.OPA1 '