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0:- Estrayed-on Monday, 24th of
June, a Brindle Malley Cow. Infor.
mation conoerning her will be thank.
fully received at this office.
Our Agents in Charleston.
The advertising agency of Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represent.
ted by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the
;only authorized agency for this paper
Col. G. W. Carter, late editor of
National Republican at New Or1leans,
has become disgusted with thievery
and corruption, and refuses to suppoit
Ztho Radical pninees in JeLuisiana.
The Hottest Day.
Last Sunday was the hottest day of
the season so far. If there is any
country any warmer than this about
this time of year, we don't care to get
into it. This is hot enough for us.
A Deserved Tribute.
Mr. H1. Wise, the gentloman who
gave timely notice of the burning of
the trestle near Vraueluse, thereby
averting a terrible accident, has been
presented by the authorities of C. C.
& A. R. R. with a free pass for life
over the road.
Western Whe.tt Orop.
Adeonnts from the West represent
the ivheat crop as falling short of the
usual average, except in Tennessne
where it is said to be very fine. From
this it is likely that flour may remain
at a rather high figure.
Good for Greeley.
H1. G. said in reply to a question of
Schuyler Colfax, that squash. season
will come this year about November.
In March next H. G. will spend a
ahort time in uprooting the old "dead
beets" in the White House Garden.
The times are get4ing very dull,
and news items scarce in consequence.
Our readers therefore must make all
due allowances. Under the circum
stancos "locals" are hard to soare up,
and we may be compelled sometimes
to draw a little on the imagination.
We learn that a heavy hail storm
passed over Mr. J. H-. Cathcart's
plantation, five miles above Winos.
boro on Thursday last, which proved
very destrqctive to the corn and cot.
ton crops in that immediate vicinity.
A curiosity in the sharo of an ear
of corn has becn laid upon our table.
There are on the centre car six distinct
cars of corn, a!l of the cars being
pretty well filled. The curiously in
clined can see it by calling at this
We were present Saturday night in
Columbia at the 15th Annual Sympo
sium of the South ,Carolina, Alpha
sh*eiip4eePh 1aypa Psi F'raternity.
This order is purely an inter-colle
giate one. The reunion was very hap.
py, and McKenzio's good things dis
cussed with more than ordinary zest.
Af eeting of Liberal Repubbecans.
A meeCtinlg was to bave been held
in Charleston last night by the Liber
al wing of the Riepublican party, te
organize for thme coming campaign,
and adopt such measures as will ad.
vance the cause ia this State. While
in full sympathy with the movement,
we fear little eo' nothing can be done
to defeat the Radicals. The massa
of the pam'ty are closely bound togoth
er, and led on by corrupt leaders, they
are almost invincible.
We would be greatly obliged to our
patrons in the various sections of the
County if they will send us infor mationi
* about the condition of the growing
crops-the average corn and cotton
planted, and the indications as to the
probable yield. We desire to make a
general statement of the efops in the
County, and need all the information
we ca nget.
It must born i nd that Col.
D. Wyatt Aiken will deliver agricul.
tural addresses at Doko, July 3d,
-. Ridgeway the same day, Winnsboro,
July 4th, and Baclkstoeks, July 5th.
Col A. is a fluent and intoresting
speakeor, and we respectfully call uporn
all our people to come oub to hear
him. We are satisfied they will be
fully repaid, and got possession of
much valuable information. Let Col,
A. receive a hearty greeting from his
former fellow-citizens. He deservee
it for hjs untiring efforts in behalf of
the material interests of the coutitry.
Extensive preparations inge being
K made for the oblebr.ation of the "0 lo.
r ious Fouzrth'' ID Onlutmb a
A number of Uncle Sam's 'oldiers,
belonging to the garrison at Uuion,
have deserted withia the post teD
The first suit for divorce in Marion
County was brought at the June term
of Court by Messrs. Warley & Mo
Kara 11 for Mrs. Matilda A. Coleman
against John E. Coleman. The
prayer of the complainant was grant
Just as it Ought to have been.
At the assembling of the Georgia
State Democratio Convention, the
Bob Toombs-Stephens, fire-eating
crowd, was whipped out completely,
and wise counsels prevailed. liar
mony maiked thegeneral proceedings,
and such action taken as the peculiar
nature of the times demand. A full
delegation was selected to the Balti.
more Convention, and resolutionis
adopted pledging support to whatever
course it should see fit to follow.
Among the delegates are Generals
Benning, Wright, Colquit; Colonels
Hardeman, Avery, and Ilartridge,
true Southerners, and men fully iden.
tified with Georgia and her interests.
We had,. the pleasure of meet
ing Thursday, - his Honor, Judge
Rutland, who has just returned from
official duties in the lower portion of
his Circuit. The Judge appears to
be in the enjoymnent of his usual good
health. His judicial functions cease
on the 5th of next September, but
his official labors are over at this tine.
We were shown by him an ebony
gold-headed walking-cane, presented
to him by the Bar of this Circuit, a
beautiful piece of workmanship, and
appropriately engraved. We know
we speak the sentiments of this whole
community in regretting most deeply
Judge R's retirement from the Bench.
Only a Joke.
A few days sinca we said that we
would announce any candidate for of.
fice without charge. We take this
early opportunity of stating that we
were joking, "only that and nothing
more." If we would begin this sort
of thing, we would be compelled to
issuc an extra every half hour during
the d ay, and before thirty days would
haveto go into bankruptcy. If there
are any candidates who have not yet
been put before the public through
our columns, we suggest that they go
to some member of the late Legisla
ture, and obtain the loan of an X.
We will then be very happy to see
then in our office, and will guarantee
them perfect satisfaction, or elso re
turn the "spons."
The July number of this favorito
monthly comes to us freighted at usu
al with the choicest gleanings from
the late foreign periodicals. There
are nearly a score of articles on every
variety of subject, the more striking
of which arc as follows:
"Kidnapp ing in the South Seas ;
Perry Bysshe Shelley ; 'part 1at. of a
newv series of Thoughts upon Govern
ment, by Arthur lps ; A Giant
Planet, (Jupiter,) by Richard Proc
ter ; American Traits ; Beau Brum.
mel ; Child Life as seen by the Poets;
A French Imposter ; Frederic Deni
son Maurice ; Rousseau's Influence on
European Thought , and the Body
and the Character.'' There oro sever
al fine poems, and in addition to the
well-filled editorial department, a
generous instcallmnent of the fascinat
ing story, 'the Strange A dventures of
a Photon.'" Published by E. Rt.
Pelto~n, 108 Fulton Street, New York.
Terms, $5.00 a year.
Look Out Landlords.
A few days ago a man registering
himself as J. B. Bennett, St. Louis,
Mo., stopped at Brown's Ihotel, in.
this place, and made himself very
conspicuous among the leading color
ed radicals, and when about the lhotel,
attempted by inuendoes, shrugs of the
shoulders and making notes in a memn
orandum book, to lead the landlord
and others to believe he was a govern
ment official or detective. ie even
wvent so far as to enquire privately of
the landlord if he could have a strong
room inl the 4th story of the hotel for
special purposes. Now for the se
quel :Bennett slipj.d off on the night
train going south, leaving his hotel
Let Them Go.
The Radical organ in Columbia, in
a recent Issue, boasted over the acces-.
sions to the nepublican ranks whioh
they are receiving throughout the
State. As far as ' we are 9oncerned
they are welcome to all suoh. It
causes us no panj of' regret. If a.
man's principles, inclinations and
tastes, lead him to that pdrty, 1at him
by all means hasten to its fold. The
respectability of this Statem can suffer
in nowise by such defectipns. .On the
contrary, it will .boodo~ubl. re
refined by the ordeal through which
16 is now passing. In tbe eoranm up
beaval the trash will be scattered to
the winds, but the solidA matter re
main compact. Therearo 'certain in
dividuals in our County who are on
the way to the camp of the enemy,
carrying the white flag before them.
Doubtless they will be received with
open arms, and "the fatted calf killed"
for them. 4Be it so, We can only
hope that t1eir reatdesigns may be
discovered. We can respect an open,
consistent opponent, but a convert for
Doings at the Capital.
Friday evening last we were pres
ent by invitation at the ball given by
the students of thb State -University.
The occasion was a most enjoyablo
one in every respect,and its pleasures
taken in in.full measure by the large
concourse of ladies and gentlemen
present. We observed upon the floor
many beautiful women of all styles,
who, arrayed in elegant toilettes,
formed the chief attraction of the
evening. From the large collection
of beauty before us, it was most
difficult to single out the "belle"
or 'star' of the ball, therefore in jus
tice to all we -will refrain from indi..
vidualizing, and say that all were
The music was very good, and the
supper splendid, the latter gotten up
by McKenzie, and proved one of his
most successful efforts. To sun up
in brief, the ball was a brilliant sue
coss in every way, and its entire man
agenent reflected great credit upon
the committees having it in charge.
We shall long remember it with plcas.
'Jho final exercises of the Universi
ty were concluded Saturday. Di
p!omns were awarded to a large num
ber of graduates, and tlio degrees of M
D., .13. L., and A. B. conferred upon
several young men. Our County was
represented by Messrs. I. l. Davis
and T. C. Robertson, the former
graduating in the Law school, the
latter in the Nddical. Mr. Davis ro
elived also the degree of A. B.
Both. of these gentlemen acquitted
theInselves dreditably, and with con
siderable d istirction.
Gen. John-II. flood.
Thii golltnt soldier of the South
passed a few hours in the eity a duy
Or two ago. We are gratified to hea'r
that he seemed in good health and
condition. In a conver.s;ation with an
old comrade, General Hood expressed
i self freeley in regard to the po.
litical situation, which e seemed to
think, on the whole, quite encourag
ing. Ho is now residing in New Or
The New Yo:k Herald thus con
eindes a lor.g nitiele reviewing the
political situ.ion : "Nothing butan
tippohition coalition-Democrats in
eluded--will suflice to make an im
pression against Grant and Wilson,
and the only available basis for such
a coalition now is .the independent,
joint stock, Liberal ticket of Oreeley
and Brown." The frie-nds of Grant
see this and tremble. Why cannot all
his opponents see it as clearly ?
. Special No'tices.
Mr. Edit'or . Please announce Mr. J. R.
OY LES as a candidnte for Sheriff at the
cnsuir g eleCtion, and oblIge his
Tus Ver..os. Cpuen.--It, should' not
look li!:o a barn or storel.ouse. -J't should
e a building, the very night of which
would ausei devout feelings ,n thme breast.
A. well-carvedI cross should point. to hieav'en:
massive pannelledl doors should impre~ss I le
solemanity of the place into which he is en.
tering: stained ginsa should throw a mays.
lic light. athwart the isles ;pulpit, altar,
celing and galleries should he ornamcnted
with figurative meuldings, and the columnus
liht. support the grillerries, and the baluis.
ters thmat rail them in, shaaald he of classic
patterna. Any conmgregationm wishIng such
it church should sen~d their orders for
finishing mnton'iAJ to Mr. p. P. Tfoa,n
lnmporteir of Fren~h stained glans, and man.
arfneture.r of and denier in D~oors, Sashes,
Blinds, &c., No. 20 lHayne street, Charles.
ton, S. C.
This~ is an irritalfon or inflaamntion or
the bronchial tubes, whticha cnrry thme air
we brenthc into the lungs. It. arises frora
n coLl nettled in time th. oat, from Cat arrh,
extending to these parts, froun scrofulous
affections, and from--th~e severe use of the
voice. The iritatmon from this Iat ter
cause onmmences8 in theo /arn/x and qlotti,
wvhih ? re thme organti of the voice, and ex
tending dlowu'n s, produces hoarseness.
ecu'ging ind'alpittling mucous matter, somae
times mix~ed wish tbloomd. htis chiefly dlan
gerous from its ten~dency to spread into the
lungs, and terminate in consumiption. It is
I p'Liae eftre of eevera nnd obstinate cacees of
this disense that Dri. P'ieree's Colden Medi.
eal Discovery has achieved unparaleled
sucocess and won ille lotilest praise from
all wvho have used It. II.ls sold by all r'e
Tau.J IAIia nBT or 'rn~ s A .--When thie
kom~tibt nes M aWrnke~ tiringing away a roll
of parted fibers every time it passes
hrough thle hir, baldniess would sgen be
roI~eimnhle. litit eves ih this ense,' forlorn
is Is may seem, the mischief can be arrest
ed, the less repaired., Lyon's Kashairon.
sidlgj by ai lflyk nppieunt o~n f the brush
to promoteo the absorption of the fluid by
the scalp, will Atop the thinning-out pro
cess in forty-eight hoare. 1tie -roots from
whioh the denad filaments 'were shed will
lmoon be re-endowe.l wish vitality, and a new
growth will speediy 'sprinp rp the do.
uud'd lites ' Thistogk efreproduetion
ehigo otrtmmhtil the' damage is comapletely
repaired, and the luxuriant. crop of hir
thua procfueo .will never wIther or fall out
gualauly oostlnued, -
Time and enlightened experience have
iho wn that certain substances formerly used
Lnd relied on in medloal practice, are un.
3ecessary and danprous ; yet. some of
hese substanies havo found their way idto
medical compounds. Da. WALKIa's CALl
!ORNIA VINEotAR UITTE3s, however, contain
iothing injurious, being composed exclu,
tively of vegetable substances from Call.
"ornia. For al disorders of the liver, kid
ioys, bladder, stin, and digestive organs,
and for purifying the blood, they are the
nost wonderful remedy known.
Physicians use them in their
It lis almost universally the ease that
Physicians condemn what, are generally
known as "Patent, Medicines." Although
DR. TUrT'8 LIVER PILL8 18 ]NOT A
PATENT MEDICINE, yet its composition
(the result of years of study) is known
only to ihself, and so valpabio are their
valualde curative properties, that very
many or the first Physicians in the South
and West have adopted them in their prao.
lico, and recommended them to their pa
SnELDT CoUNTY, ALA., Sept. 12, 1869.
Dr. W. If. Tait :
Sr--Alihough I are an M. D., and na
turally hosti.e (6 all "nostrume," yet "seo
ing is believing, and feeling is the naked
truth." I must say, ftom actual observa
tion, that your Liver Pills are all you re
present them to be, anti a little more be.
aides. I shall always recommend them.
J. F. DENIN, Ml. D.
Dr. Tull's Hair Dye Promolee the Growth of
The hot solar rays that ripen the harvests
generate many distressing diseases. If the
liver be at all predisposed to irregularities,
this is the season in which bilious attacks
may be anticipated. A weak stomach, too,
is weakest in the summer months, and the
loss of vitality through the pores by ex
Dessive perspiration is so great, that a
wrholesome to , combining also the pro.
perties of a diffusive stimulant and gentle
exhilarant, is in many onses necessary to
healh, and under no oiroumstanoes should
be dispensed with by the sickly and dea
bilita'ed. Of all the pi eparations intended
ths to I eftesh, sustain and fortify the hui
mann frame, there is none that will compare
with Iloste ter's Celebrated Ftomach Bit.
ters. They have been weighed in the bal.
inco of experience and not found wanting,
have been recommended from the first as a
great medicinal specific, not as a beverage,
ind in spite of interested opposition from
innumerable quarters, stand, after twenty
years trial, at the head of all proprietary
inedicines intended for the provention anti
cure of all ordinary complaints ef the
itomach, the liver, the bowels, and the
n~rves. In the unhealthy districts border.
ing the great rivers of California, Ilostet
or's Stomach Bitters may be olassed as the
standard one for every species of intermit
lent or remittent fever. The people who
inhabit, those districts, place the most in
plicit confidence in the preparation-a con.
idence that is increased every year by the
results of its operat ion.
As bitters so called, of the moet perni
>ious chtarnocer. are rpringing ip like fungi
)n every side, the put-lio is hereby fore.
warned against the dram-shop frauds. Ask
ror Ilostetter's Batters, see that the label,
tc., are corract, and remember that the
genuine article is never sold in tulk, but in
>ot ties only.
l A ST Qtssross roR INvALIn.-Have
he routine niedicines of thei profession
lone you no good? Are you discouraged
rind miserable ? If ro. test the properties
of the new Vegetable Specific, DR. WALK.
Cn's CALIFOnNIA VIN~ZntR DITTRas, already
ramous ns the finest invigorant, corrective
ird nterative, Ihat has ever seen the light.
Dvspepties and persons of bilious hab't
should keep it within roach, if ,hey value
ieallhi and case.
WtAT EvuY HOnaSUMAN WANT.-A good,
hieap and reliable Liniment. Such an ar
ice is Dr. Tobias' Venetian Iorse Lini
neat. Pint bottles at One Dollar. For
hameness, Cuts, Galls, Colic, Sprains. &o
bvarranted better than any other. Sold by
he Druggists. Depot, 10 Park Place, New
BURNEv'S' CocoANE.--A oomptound of
Daooa-Nut Oil, &o., for the Hair, has es
tablish a world wide reputation. Its na.
.ural adaptation, agreeableness, and Free
less from all Injurious or Soiling Proper
is. together withI its cheapness In respect
o durability and size of bottle, render 5t
unequalled by any ot her preparation in the
vorld. For sale by all Druggists.
AI~c or TIIF MoUvu.-Odiferous Sozo
:lont, renders the mouth enchanting, cm
>osedl of rare, antiseptic herbs, It, imparts
whiteness to the teeth, a delicious flower
ike aroma to the breath, and preserves in
,aet from youth to age the teeth.
PiaATT's AssnaL On..-Miore accidents
ccnur from using unenfo oils, than from
steamboats and railroads combined. Over
!00,000 families continue to burn Pratt's
\stral Oil, and no accidents directly or In
lirecthy have occurred from burning. stor
nig or handling it. Oil House of Charles
?ratt, establhshed 1770, New York. T. D.
)lancy & Co., Charleston, agents for South
A BSAUTIFrL WHIuTE, soft, smooth and
lear skin is produced by using 0. W.
aaird's ''Bloom of Youth." It removes tan,
reckles, sunburs, anid all other disoolora
ions fromn the skin, leaving the complex.
on brilliant and beautiful. Sold at. all
iruggists. This preparation Is entirely
~rae from any material detrimental to
JUST TnIl rtny Nrxanan.-Thanks to
firs. Winslow's Soothing Byrup, we have
~or years been relieved from sleepless
ighuts of painful watching with poor, suffer
ny. teething children.
Foa Dysrtrs IA. -Indigestion depressioa
Dr spirits and general debility In their va..
ions forms ; also, as a preventive agaitnst
i'ever and Agne, and other lntermnitteat fe.
rers. The Perro Phosphorated Falixir of
Talisaya, made by Caswell, Hazard k Co.,
few York, and sold by all Druggists is the
wat tonic, and as a tonic for patt:-mts re
uovering from fever or other sicknesses, it
ias no equal.
latav'ys GrweiNr. Gor~nRN'BE.LL COLOaxE
WArtsa accordinag to the original formula
>f P'rovost. Pari-, so long and favorably
kniown to the customers orf Haviland, Iar.
~rl and hi4hey and their branches, for its
Ins fragrance is now made by HI. W. Ilisley
mad the trade supplied by his successors
iforgan & Risley, Drm'ggist's New York.
TstUnsyon's lvoatv P6AnIk Toovn Pownan.
l'he best article known for cleansing and
ireerving the teeth and gums. Sold by
il I'rtuggists. Price 25 and 60 cents per
otthe. F. C. Wells & Co., New York.
CAnnotto SArYvn ulnequald as a Healing
Jompound. Physiians recommend it. as
lhe irotit wonderful remedy ever kgown.
Price 25 cents per box. John F'. Henry,
tole Proprietor, 8 College Place. New Yorit.
Caets ono's HlAta Drs.--This magint.
tt compound is beyond contIngency, the
taiest and most reliable Ilye in exist4noee;
iever falling to impart to the flair, uni.
ormity of color, nourishment'and elastiol
y. Mlanufactory. 68 Mfaien Lane, N. Y,
SvAPNIA is Opium purified of its sick
~ing and poisonous qualities. It Is a per
~eot anodyne not producing headache or
oenstipation of bowels, as is the ease with
tther preparations o~f optom. John J'ar,
3oet.NwYork. . n .
Three Gross "Pet" and "Kline'"
One Half Bbl. Censmber Pickles.
One Car Load Prime White Corr.
Wooden and WHIow Ware.
A choice assortment of
SUGARS and COFFEES.
Terms Strictly CASIE froan this
T R. R OBERTSON.
Candy ! Candy !
PDICKLES, Green Corn, Fresh Tomattoes,
L Salmon and Lemons.
Bed Castings, Bed Rollers, Table Wheels,
Assorted Pad Looks. something now to
keep the money from coming out, and
apI 18 MoINTYRE & CO.
Hats of all Styles,
For ken and Boys. Just Opened.
Ladies & Misses Sailor H ats,
My stock of Dress Goos is of the neatest
and best qualities, and is offered at
the Lowest Prices for the CASH.
S. S. WOLFPE
BOOT AND SHOE
MER221.. ac t o:Eey.
HAVING procured the
very beat Mechanics in
the country, I feel war
ranted in saying that I
can furnish as neat BOOT
or 8110E, as any Shop
in the South. All work
warranted to give satisfaction. My Shop
is next door to F. Gerig's Saddlery. -
mar 19 - 5. M. GILBERT.
T WO Tieroes best Sugar I 'ured Canvassod
IIlams, warranted. For sale low, by
SJune 22 R. J. McCA RLEY.
Notice to Tax Payers I
fY a rccent Act, of the Legislature, we
iAlhve been commanded to pay an atddi..
In order to meet, this demand, we have dle
termined to inform the eitisens of Fairnoeld
County, that we have on hand and arc cen
tinually receiving Lignors of' all grades.
which are to .be sold at reduced rates for
cash. We have "Old Mountain Crown"
rUEE RYE WHISKEY,
that we put against the State.-in point of
quality ;-.at a price that will suit all lov.
era of a pure article. Also several Daerehs
of Pure Corn Whiskey. Wine, Gin, Rum,
A mity and White Wheat Whiskey. A pre
eminent article of "Old French Brandy,"
which we recommend for medicinal purpos.
es. Those in search of a genuine article
of Whiskey will be sure to aind it by call
ing on ns. U. 0. DESPORTES & CO.
apr, 28 Corner No. 1.
SHOE l-ASTS, Doot Trees, .Crimping
B3oards. Awl Handles, Rasps. She.
Thread, Tacks, &o., just reeived by
feb 20 MiofN TY RB & CO.
O NE mote cbest of that in. 'UNCOLOR.
3D JAPAN TDA, wih hs given
enob bniversa) ssnlefsede wb~ee' et s
feb 27 . - maT~ Btu
I WS a IT C> 3%3D: I
3 Car load White Broad Cora,
I Car load prime Yellow Corn,
3 Car load No. I Mixed Corn,
800 bushels White Spring Oat,
100 byshels Bolted Meal,
100 barrels Flour,
100 sacks Flour,
25 Kits Mackerel,
15,000 lbs. 'White and Smoked Bacon,
Lard In Cans and Kegs,
2 tieroes prime Canvassed ianw,
10 sacks No. I Coffee,
4 boxes genuine Italian Macear.a;,
Sugars af all grados,
Smoked and Pickled Tongues, &9,
Piokled Salmon and Sha4d,
Plow Mfoulds, Steel, Iron, Nails e.
Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Trace Chains,
And a large stock of Boots and Shoes.
Call and examine our stook.
B-A.COT & CO.
25 DOZEN Brades Crown Hoes.
I Tierce of Whole Rico.
60 Busbels Meal.
Patent Cotton Back Bands and Hooks.
For sale by
mar 16 BEATY & BRO.
Lnivery and Sale
A. F. GOODING,
[ KEEP constantly on hand extra fine
. Kentucky Horses and Mules. Parties
in want of good stook will do well to give
me a call.
In conneotion with my ifvery Stable, I
have oponed a Carriage, Buggy and Wag.
on Factory. All work neatly execnted and
warranted. Give me a call.
LIF INSURANCE CO.,
Hion. Jefferson Davis, Pres't.
Gen. Wade Hlampton, Vice Pres't.
J. D. KENNEDY, 8tate Aganit,
may 10-l y Local A gent.
CLOTHIN~G I CIlOTHING I
Best Assortment in Town I
Cassimeres, Linens and Marseilles,
Iin. mul.t a
MOORE GO0DS COMLNG I
NoW tS THE 'I'IME
To get JIARGINS, as it is late in the
Bring the Cash.
8. 8. WOL E.
may 28 - -,
* A1RG supply of flalf galion ag4 quart
Froa ara ls Fnes ur Powder
*)ea, Byo qeje oh2aab aaato
mEW AN BRED
have lately made larg. additonsito thi
And are now preparedI to exeout, 1a the
As Cheap ascan bohad Anyt h*m6
Charlotte, Columbia ad Augusta
- al RoAd..
Uoraiuasa Marok 29, 1872.
DAY TRAUN-weaO354 EOUTE.
Leav Augnata, Mt a. as
" Glubia,.8.0C,, 1.#. am )
'' Winnsboro, ,~ 1 p
"Cheute?, 8.8 p m
Ariv as Ohalote, 4 0., 6.10 p a
* PA? ?aAIM-.4essa sote
Leaee (iharlotte, W.0 06. aL * '10a m
** -Chester, ' .26 a
WiMonshqro, . 19, a a
1 ea'qe sta, .. ,.- 3 y
" 0 -a~~ . - ,1l0 pua
" W 8r.~110am
u*- Ch6. - - 289a
Arriv a CaleUta -,.40 am
uzoai wap..seg0 a gof.
1asy Chavlotta, T.25p ar
" Caia, 340am