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ASiIINOTON, March 18.
The Reconstruction Uommittee agreed
to report Paine'a Mississippi bill, hero
tofore outlined. The conservatives are
confident of its defeat. The election
Committee commences it hearing of the
Loisiana contestants on Thursday, l.
lowing thirty minutes to each.
In the Stenttte. Anthony was elected
President pro tem. The tenure of office
bill was recommitted to the Judiciary
COmmittee. 1amiilton and his party
address the Rteon3truction Committee
on Saturday, about Tvx,as.
In the Semate, a bill anuthorizmng the
Secretary of the Treasury to anticipatte
the paymettt of interest on Siate debt of'I
six montlis passed. Fl'rague introdtue
sid a hill for laning puilic nonev. The
Judiciary bill passed; it provides for
nine Supreme Joelges; relieves them
from circtil duty, and provides for resi
dount Circuit Judges.
In he lonse', a memorial was pre
sented from the citizens of Kentucky,
protestinur against the removal of pulii
cal disabilitie;, and pravitg the eiforce
ment of the foutrteent h article. A bill
removing the charges of desertion from
certain North Carolina monmted Infan
try, passtd. Butler atinnouncet his in
te...ion to introduce a hill for the remov.
al of disabilities from every man now
loyal to the lnion, regzrdless of past
offences ; he did not think' we could
have reconstruction on any other basis.
WAsHING'TON, March 27.
In an audienco with a mixed dele
gation of Republicans and Conserva
tives yesterday, Grant reiterated his
opposition to the pending Mississippi
The weather is delighttul.
A masterly inactivity regarding
Cuban affairs is the present policy
Grant favors a policy regarding
Mississippi similar to that proposed
by the committee of nine for Virginia.
VAsnGNcToN, March 27-P. M.
Tho Reconstruction Committee con
sidered Georgia to-day and will con
sider Texas on Tuesday.
Indications are that the House will
adhere to the absolute repeal of the
Neither I-louse in session to-day.
Revolutionary Euvoy Lenus repre
sents that the Cubat patriots have
25,000 men under arms and would
have many more if they were able to
Grant is indisposed and received no
General Ames has been appointed
Commissioner of the Bureau for Mis
sissippi, and Reynolds of Texas.
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
Richardson was installed to-day.
RICHMOND, March 23.
Last ,ijht, about 10 o'clock, the
police arrested Gov. Welles, II. G.
I3ond, Register of Bankruptcy, and
L. E. Dudley, Secretary of the Repub
liean State Central Committee, on the
charge of purloining from the post
office a letter written by W. I. Sam
uel, ex-Secretary of the Republican
4 State Central Committee. to Edgar
Allen, ex-memiber,of the State Con
stitutional Convention. The parties
were before United States Commis
sioner Capon to-day, and were bailed
until to-morrow, to which time the
case was continued. This is the same
charge that was published at the Pon
HIAvANA, March 23.
Yesterday General Dl)tle issued an
address. Referring to the embarka
tion and other evente, and saying lhe
had kept his promise of maintaining
order and justice, the proclamation
concludes with a flattering addrosa to
the citizen volunteers.
HAvANA, March 27.
The regular steamer, Comondiaria,
running between Havana and Carde
nas, whiolh left here Tuesday, was
captured by her passengers,.who left
the lady passengers, captain and part
of her crew at R-igues. The where
abouts of the steamer is unknown.
The.tgpportiofm heavy battle ohi the
g-oad between Remedios and Moron is
untrue. It was .only a slight skir
mish. The -Contacook, with Hoff',
aboard, arrived to-day from Key
LONDoN, March 27.
flong Kong telegrams report the
loss of 'the Iacifie Mail Steamship
Comppany's steamer. Herman. A large
number of Japanese were aboard, who
BOsTON, March 27.
Japines fl. 3artin, the defaiulting
tbashier of'the ids and Ieather Bank,
pardoned by Jolmnson, was re-atrested
on a new charge, and held to $30,000
-hoJMMOND, IMareh 27.
Gen. Stoneman to-day issued 'an
Uorder removing 'Gov. WVells and as
siuming the duties of the office him.
self. tn. , ~ --
Cotton withost deoided cIange;
sales of 104000-6i1.8 at s 8a9;..
* Qleseton Market.
-CUAtIa.rON, Mti-6 g7.
S Cotton active andiseady; sale. 7J9
Lales. middHlnga 27A.
L:vmrooL, March 27.
AN EXCUSIoN CAR-The Hotel
Car that is designed to accompany the
first through train from San Francisco
to the East has been completed at the
Central Pacific shops. It is thus de
scribed by :r California exchange :
It isdivided into a large number of
conpartnents-ono I ned with me for
menat, several for groceries, vegetables,
&c. ; one with a wire door for live fowls
largaa tnks for fresh water, all arranged
as n(.a!ly and compaetly as can well I.e
iagined. At one elnd of the car there
are several berths for tle accommodation
of the train hands. The car is strongly
buil', and having hot.h rubber and steel
springs, is probably one of the easiest
ridir.g in the State."
'ITta TwVoI-:I1.I. CAtsF:.-1Phila.let
phia, March 22.-In t lie Siiprenie Court
this morning oanther application for a
writ, of err-'r in the 'T'wl!cliell cage wias
presented by Mr. Hubbell, who cl;timied
tihat it was imade on a new a:-;signment,
of error. J idgae Thompson said the
application was too late, but bi would
examine the papers, which consist, of a
pamphlet written by 11tutAmhl on the
subject and assignment of error, in
u hicth he contends that tIhe judgme.tt of
the Court was not by duo course of
TIIE TNURE or-Orricn L.W.
The following i,; the bill reported by
the Senate Judiciary Committoo
touching this law :
"Be it enacted, &c., That'an act
passed March 2, 1867, entitled 'Aij
act regulating the tenure of certain
offices,' be, and the same is hereby,
suspended until the next session of
Too MANY I.\wY :ns.-Sprngne says
there are too many lawyers in Congress.
There are two many every where.
There is too much law and too little jut
tice in the whole nachinery of govern
ment, national, State and maunicipal
especiaally mi icipaal.
(New York Iferald.
The President nominated J. C.
Bancroft Davis, of New York, Assis
tant Secretary of State ; also, two
revenue assessors for the North.
Martial law has ceased in Arkansas.
In the House, to-day, Brooks, in
urging Butler to report a general
amnesty bill, announced that lie would
vote for no-more removals of partisan
AND Coi.ocu 'TInoors, -The Denver
.News, of Sa'turday, pubiises a telegram
from Puobla reporting a fight at Fort
Lyons, on 'l'Thursday night, bet ween
white and colored troops, in which seve
ral men were killed and four or ftva
"Postnaster-General Creswell is
cutting off the heads of postmasters."
Fortunately for themselves, a majori
ty of the postmasters in the South
have Io heads except blockheado and
it won't hurt to out them off.
Josh Billings says: "When a young
man ain't good for anything else, I
like tow see him carry a gold-headed
cane. If he can't buy a cane, let him
p)art his hair in the middle."
A Northern surgeon has removed
a tumor weighing 63 pounds, and, to
be in the fashion, talks of presenting
it to President Grant.
J give notice to all persons toa whom it may
1. conucern, that I Itereby withldr'aw the of
for of fifty dollars rewards for the alppro.
hen sion of the thief who stole my horse.-.
This March 27th 1800.
JUST R ECEiV ED.
BARRELS of old Cabinuet Whiskey, pure
Band Genuine. In order to prevent It
from being robbed or watered on the way,
it came to us enclosed in an over cask. We
have now on htand a full supply of atli kinds
of best Wines a'nd Liquors,.Ale, Porter and
Lager fleer, which we will be pleased to
furnish our customers with whenever they
may thintk proper to give us a call. Also a
well selected stook of Family Groceries,
Consisting of' several different- brands.of
Family Fiqur, Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Bacon,
Lard, Fish, Tda, fanles, 'Soa, Starch,
Sardines, Oysters, t'raekers, Raisins, Pick
les, Molasses, Pepper, Spice, Nutmeg Gin
ger, Mace, Citron, Cutrrents, .Satuces of al
kinds, Tobacco, Sogars, &c. All of which
we will sell low for Cash.
E, W, OLLEVER & Co,
. .LOST SCRIP.
flUE not hee is hereby given ; that three
-U months siftor date anppiottions -will be
mnado, to the Siouth Carolina flail Road, and
South Western :Rail Road Dank for' an issue
of newforip fortwo half slmawes.in said
Ro6d q.ndlI1ank, crresponding.- wl'h two
whole shares, No. 1179, dat ed . Ohtober 19
1848, The original of whieh:bas been lest;
,upposed to havea been destroyed, by the
invas.ioni of Shermnan's armuy in February,
1865. . W. (3. OORKE. -
fob 2 .-lam8;p.
FRESH CORN IEAL
ALWAY8 on hand and for sale by
* oZNTYRE 4 cdO
110 W 'O S'UBSIST YO UR FAMI
AND SAVE MONEY !
BUY YOUR (ROCELIES
JOHN MLINTYRE & CO.
~ 110 have the largest and finest. assort.
m1 u,entt of Groceries they have ever he
fore offered, and as cheap as can be bought
Besiles to suit the wants of the country
generally, they are pleased to offer a very
excellent. stock of Boots, Shoes, llardwaro
Our gools are numerous, well selected,
fresh, have been bught f.r Ca,th, and will
be sold at snall advances for Cash.
iF rench tnttdies, Cocoiaut Cream,
&u. mar 2r
Wholesal and RealDele
AohrT r at th il
Nopesn om do - posess
1 eli se ys . or anU.y
Ca ind nTe at my plceora,
Fr'e fe ad a to l ,
Solse o thgand aray
OfGod Iofe erody
Wihlu n i,an Netall'
E iewh alSH a 430
Whylesal asod scal eafond,
Upn Oypote inbrags,)
Cu L r MeI, . Ca
mary 2ne -easy il otp
AlIenodt d at teouh .
AN oe ml e js onetil frises
BOOTS, SHer I es and me,
Andial ee o laressedn the btr,
I'veW g O pihere 'ti ll in t e cm'.e.
I'veCli l mwe ,It am fo Jr,
Me Nowtit isp,eain, n he sqa,;
Andoathr Turn and take Mlass
yo door goa Inow oust sell,
Oft Goetds I ofer ee.of thatoy.
Fo y Cidcero plesies anl. oud
I buyd orn hisy, coi and r ,
And ll agai e, aref do nt.ed lay,
Wan fRing a my pladenoftado,
-ore tritlspene, n tnee pare.
Fo' NOTB arg arranl tof ll,dwr
cosistn tof theegad arrwandLain
Ir oofnd oro Whokey, od and
Band In, olow Se, llos dHandan
Witd arent andoos, tokand Nect, Stok,
Pat' andno Locks Wrourh faorieng.l
Slaws,Fies upon thatan Waoredrbe Huok
Baes a goodr asca, bee fondI t
Sqary yin uareswl nd apgratfvr' e
y of otll myrtiles o tardweog
Wo ahepo thir amk lasgt stkofDr
GAod gion atelts,n rigan, frends,By
and issers head among quhel beeLa
I'es DressL Shoes.'wllsad(h
Amp all, wheal ( te a Windoss,
Putty irs pando alns.
I te tch dastr & srae,
WelgINNSBOtO, do.' blam
mar 1 .P MLEL
S! O'I Alare WarrivCal est!nrd8 ,
Iona I be ose SfOito rf,o, Ion. Bit
Bantd IroPlowetee los, ibrl adng
Sldge ab*ers pds hves edn
LOAN & TRUST.COMPAN1
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, PIVE MILLI(
Present Limit.... $500,000.
rTfIE ofilce of this conpnny is now open
L at No. 19.B3road 8treet (South 1Yeste
Itailroad Bank) for the rbceipt of Deposi
I)iscount of l'apCr, Purchas and Sale
l;xchannge, and the trau8aotion of a Got
ral ltaiktng Beit'siess.
Interest allowed on Deposits upon tor
esta)bliMhed by the boni-d of Directors.
The Company is also a legal leposito
for moneys paid into Court, will receivo 1
gi6try and Tramsfer Hooks, not as agent.
pay Cottpons and l)ivideds, and as Trust
in lRailroqtd Mlortgages.
1)i It F~CTeltH.
Wit C Bee, of Wmn C liee & Co.; A
.1 lihnson, of Johnson. Crews & Co.; u
Mtre & Co.; IV I1'Willinatus, of IV 11 IV
liitms & Son: 1: It Frost; of- Frost & Adg
J 1: Adger, of J B Adgor & Co , iIer
Gourdin. of Oourdin, Malthiessen &. C
tieorge L. llttu3t, of Buisi & ilist; C
Memminger, of Metnt ning,.r, .lervey
l'incknt'y;. '' J Kerr. of T .1 Kerr & Co.
1) Aiken. of J ) Aiken & Co.; John Cam
son, of Catpseu & Co ;. A 1' Caldwell, of
& .\ P Cal.lwell; IV J4 lyan. 4 'T Welsmn
11 O'Neill. .J J Gregg, GratitevilIo, S. C.
For furt horitiforination ad.hess
GEIO.'S. C'k"MEttON. P're tidont.
TllOS. It. W1ARIlNG, Cashier.
Charleston, S. C., March12, 9869.
A Lot of Superior Corn, and I,
direct .froln the
"Old North State Distillery
GROOT, KUCK; & CO., Props
The above Whiskeys are WARRANT
PERFECTL.Y PUlRE, being manuf'actu
expressly for the Southern niarket.
orders promptly attended to. Samples
he seen at my store, at the old stand.
W. M. N1sLSON
l1 call the atIentiol of tio public to
stock of desit'able
D i Y G 0 0 ,8,
.which we will be pleriedd to show and E
at low prices for-cash;D'.
Sh nes in great,.variety, a part' of wh
was taonufactured to qur.ortlpr and wh
We warrant tQ do good jgrvioe:.
A new gupply of Plantation hardtaro a
Cooking Stoves .
T1101MPSON & WOODWAR]
Corn! Cori'-1 Corn 111
SIXTY BUS(IErfS CORN, Js't recei
and for sale.by ' -
anchl ...McINIPY RJ'& CO
To Raise $Spplici for iA Fiscal Year C
maIeingf ApriL 1st, 1 868, and enadig A4
I liE it enacted and ordained by the
etendan nd Wardens ot tih'owr
Winnsboro, S G., in Conncil mOt, that'a
for the sums and int the nianner hereinal
mentioned shall be raised and paid I
thec Treasury of said Towu for. the utse a
services thereof; that is to say, Ten Ct
ad valoremn on every hundred dollars of
value of all real estate, wilin. t he 'coi
rateolimits, to. be assessed as hecretofo
three dollars to be paid by.ever'y .mate
habitant of' said Town. between the aget
oighteen antd fifty years. in lieu of work
utpon the streets of saitd Town,' and .tht
per ocnat..on the amount of all sale, at-a
II. AndI be itftna titer enncted-and ordi
ed, thaat thte for'egolng taxes, sball be p
to the Treasurer of tho Towdn Council
Winasboro, .on or beforo the 1st, d y
April, prox., and -it dtefault of snelb p
tnent thte pergon s o offenading 'againtkt
or'diance shall be fined in double
amontnt of tax by binm or her assesged,
Ill. And no it, further enacted and c
dtatned. that It shtalt hiot e law ful for
persott to represent publicly ft , gain a
reward, any play, comedy, . tr'ag'df" Ti
lude or farce, or exhtibit wax Aigcrst.r sli
or entertainmnent of atay kind~1 whaatgoev
witout first obtaining fa lleeosq .fronm.
'lown ConcIl, wh'ioh l iehse shall'b'o gj'a
ed utpen the payttefit -of' Teni foll'rs,
copt. In the ca-se of cirens romi:aties, wh
shall bo Thirty. Dollars;-.atd ?ny.-per
violating ti provision .of this ordtlla
shtali be fined Fifty Dollar. for ,aA
IY. And be it ftther't einateff And
pained, that It shall not be lawfuil fol' a
derson to sell. intoxiceating liqu6ra;
amounts less t Itau t.hrte gallons, or 'In.- i
amndut$t to be drn wol ri part a1t
plac'e whore sold any whteroe.;wi(.h,in
mtile of the Court' Ilouse, d? sid 'To1
wit hout. Arst, obtalning a lidedei'a tih4Se
from thte Clerk ef -t the C1ouncil..iIoh' ni
.be granteil upon thet payment, '$(fixiy I
lo-rs for what, I, known as "Retail.-Licon.
red One liInndradend-Twenry five DlI
-for what.itt known as "Tarern Licoria
nti any person 'iolrtin g tia provisior
this oril,nanodishail be fid'e Fify,3it
for eacha and everys offekse.- t"~- -
Done in (Qguinei.j,ls, .the 28d-daf of.F
ruaryeightsen h undred ali4 e
[ L.S.iin nd wih bs ii r o7pOg&9
- . N, WaTr pngs,Weeo had Tree., ',.:as'
og-: .,-* , s t o f nrI~
BUY YOUR GRlOCRIES
W. W, KETOHIN,
W 110 has just reoeived ditect from New
ed York, a full, varied and complete as
sortment of Groceries, Hardware, &o.
or Consisting in Part of
5,000 1b. B3cor, 1.000 bushels Corn, Su
no gar, Coffee, Lard, lyson Tea, Black Ten,
Shoes, Crookery, Tinware, Wookenwaro,
ry Brade's Crowh loes, Chowing Tobacco. No.
e- 1 and 8 Mackr,,'l. &o. Which he proposes
to to seil as cheap for oni as any giher tmer
eu chant in town. mar 25
Good News ! New Goods! !
i1- V1'E are now recciving a splendid line of
ry -bTEr a-00 -~s~
O SUCHi AS,
J Bleached Pomespuns all gra lee,
p Brown Iiomei'puns,
Rt I)riils and
Spring Calicoes. new and
Goat, Kid and Morocco Shoes, N. C.
made and warranted good.
Wo will continue to sot! all
at cost. Call on
LADD, BROS & CO.
. EROSENE OIL.
Drugs and Medicines, a general assort
," Goodrich and Early Mercer Pota
A LSO Garden Seods. Just recolved by
KETCHIN, MoMASTERl & BRICE.
D jan 80
tell . -- -
.nd IDES ! hIDES !
: jC.lam W-@e I I I
BEST DRY H[IDES, 20 cents.
BEST GREEN HIDES, 10 cinia.
JOIIN P. MATTIIEWS, Jr.
Lrt ijan 80
Just R eceived,
JOHN D. MOCARLEY,
FIN FAII FLOUR,
inUountry (tured llama,
or,' Whirkey, (of al kinds,).
01- Old Nectar, &o.,
Ich Claret Wtno,
o'n Wa. .Ca -y - Brandy Pecachey,
~c0 egnar ot, Shoey, Pies, Balt, Tobacco,
pd Segrs,-Bots, S oe,epper', Spice, Pow
Sder, Shot, t'ops, "Here's your Mule" 1'obso
d o, tnd nutmerous other. artio,les. All of
-whidh will be sold itt a small advance on
SNew York ta for (lash et ly. Call end
1)0 tc*hes, Jewelry and Clocks,
N nsYdet n ('olne and es.
inolt is t sale a .4 awall
~ .ofiei~ 1 IIAfLEB 5 1 MJT,R
Next door to O*LUibu' OMe;
IST * 4i I- . pA i Ajo
tPpt4ble 8 iny&e,
-W;~ ii PdlR 1Mil,
an. 4 % tie WG. fl
NO BRUSSELS CA'IPET
AT 75 ets.
NOR CALICOES AT 7 ots,
JUST IE(''I V:),
An Assortment ot
Spring and Summer Dress
)J,JO YARDS of assorted Cloths 'for
2 Gents and Boys. Also a large
lot of Gents and Boys flats, Caps, Boots
My stock in general is complete, in the
way of Dry Goods, White Goods and No.
tions, Clothing and Gents Furnishitng Gooda,
Call and examine thoso Goods and you
shall find the prices such as to induce you
to buy. The remainder of mny Fall and
Winter stock to be di4posed of at an-1 be
low cost. if. IBARUCHI, Agt.
SH AVE just received n completo assort
Sment of the finest qualities of American
and Italian Marble. of all dinensions, viz:
Monuments, 1lead-Stones, Monl umental
Ilend-Stones, Tombs, Tomb Slabs, Tiureau
Tops, &o., which 1 will sell as low as any
Marble Dealer in the State.
Call and be convinced.
LELAN) M. SPFEItS.
feb 6--81m Opposite t'ost-Ollice.
The Fastest Route North or South,
via Charlotte & S. C. and Co.
lumbii & Augusta Rtailroads.
CIHANG E OF SCI1EDULE .
Cor.usurA, Feb. 17. 18C0.
(1N and after Wednesday. ths l7th inst.,
l the Mill Trains ovet these Roads will
run as follows
L'avo Oranitevillo at 8.4;, a um
Leave Columbia I 40 p m
' Winnsboro, 8.45 p um
" Chester, 5 -10 p m
" Ch.rlot te, 8.10 p m
" Orcensboro, 1 00 a in
Arrive at Riohmtond, Va. 10.09 a m
Making close connection here, with trains
for the North.
Leave New York, 8.40 p m
" Philadelphia, 12.15 a n
" Baltimvoro, 4.16 a m
it Washington, . 7.00 a ms
" Richmond, 2.00 p m
" Orecnsboro, 1.00 a in
" Charlotte, 5.00 a m
'" Chester, 7.68 a m
" Winnsboro, 9.80 a as
Arrive at Columbia 11.61 p In
Arrivo at Graniteville at 4.11 p in
AN AtCoStolrATION TRAIN WILL RUN AN SVOL
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave Columbia, -7.00 a m
" sWinsnsboro, 10.45 a an
"Chester, 2.00O p nm
Arrivo at Charlotte, - 6.60 p m
Tfuesdays. Thursdays and Sat urduays.
Leave Ciharlottei, 6.-10 a mn
" Cheater, 11.25 a nm
" Winnsboro, 2.05 p mi
Arrive at Columbia, 8.10 p in
feb 24 . Sperinitendent.
THE BEST POTfATOE.
ARLYGoodichPotatoes and warranted
feb 2 TIiOMPSO)N & WOODWARID.
Campsen Flouring Mills,
14 Market St., Oppositea State Street,
80 EAST BAY, CORNER ATLANTIC WIIARF,.
OIJA RLEJSTON, 8. 0.
G1 R AIN, IlIay, Flour, and Comission Mr
Uohantas. Also, Manufactusrors of Orist
Meal. A large stock of Northern, South
ern anid Campsen Mills Flour, always on
hand at lowest market rates.
rpfH WndoMining and Masnufufoturing
.L Comnpany offers to uso Planters and
Farmers of the South their FxnTzuzsaua,
known as the
Which the experienoo of the past eeason
hass proved to be one of the most valuable
In or nmaket. It hias for its baso the ma
terials from (lie Phosphate Beds of the Cofn
pany on Ashley Rliver, and is prepared at
their works at
East End of Hazel Street,
in this eity. In order to guaratee its tin-a
formsity and maintain its high stahtdard, the
comipany hsas made. arrangemenls with the
iisguishied Cheiset, Drf. 0. U. Shepard,
Jr., w ho earefully' analyses all tie amsmoni..
sal and other masterial pusrohased by thea
Company, andt the prepared
b tore being oftredl for,ati., The Company
Is resolve to maske an 19tiq0 whloh will
prove t4Q .1 CoStPL3Tr sseuas andl gi,,
'Rdr termioula.w ?nd dIh t idionia'.
1,on, apply to6 ';a -
~WM.. O.DUKESA C&O Agenti(
ryndready 4Et the 4ttstOwdre of
mar 26 . AL P. MII,Slt.
T WENTY thousand dollars worth of Gro.
orles, on hand anI to arrive, for Spring
50 llhd. Baoon.
80 lib1s. Sugars, assorted
15 Bags Coffee.
25 1lbIs. Molasses.
6 Uhls. Syrup.
100 hIs. Flour from $10 to $16.
40 Bbls. Pottoes.
160 Doz. iloes, all sizes.
2000 lbs. PIlough Steel.
10 Doz. Scythe Blades.
With every variety of Faminly Qrieerles : as
low as can be bought in the State, for Cush.
5000 bushels of Corn, on Commission.
And any quantity of Guano, or Phosphates
ordered frout importers, at 2j per cent.
Commission. DACOT & CO
SOU'1'H CAtOINA RA ILRODA
UexF:n,t., SUPr:RINTENvr.\NT's O1Fvwa,
Charleston, 8. C., March 20, 1808.
0 and aftor Sunday, March 29th, the
Passenger Trains on the South Caroll.
na Railroad will run as follows, viz
Leave Charleston, 0.30 a m
Arrive at Augusta, 8.80 p in
Leave Charlesion, 7.80 p m
Arrive at Augusta, 6.45 a to
Leave Charleston, 0.80 a in
Arrive at Colmbia, 8.60 p am
Leavo Charleston, 6.40 p in
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