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I've Been Thinking.
I've b?eu thinking, rte'been thinking,
What a glorioua world wero this,
Bid folks mind their own business more,
And mind their neighbors' lesa.
For Instance, you ana I, my friond,
Are sadly prone to talk
Of mattera that concern OB not,
And others' follies mock.
I've been thinking, if we'd begin
To mend our own affairs,
That possibly our neighbors might
Contrive to manage Theirs.
"We're faults enough at homo to mend
It may be so with others;
It would seem strange, if it wore not,
Since all mankind are brothers.
Oh 1 would that wo had charity
For every man and woman
Forgiveness is the mark of those
Wno know to "err ia human."
Then let as banish jealousy -
Let's lift onr fallen brother,
And aa we lourney down life's road,
"Do good to one another."
You have doubtless heard of thnt
famous carpet bag which was asso?
ciated with the Waterloo Bridge
mystery. Well, I am about to tell
you a much more dreadful story, (or
one which seems tb me fo be so,)
about another carpet bag, the owner
of which the much-vaunted sagacity
of tba police bas also failed to dis?
cover. In botb cases, however, as
though in revenge for their own in?
capacity, tbeyibave not hesitated to
cast a slur upon innocent individuals.
My neighbor B. and myself were re?
turning, one November afternoon,
from our dub, where I had looked in
os usual, just to get a glimpse of the
evening paper, in order to take the
last telegraphic intelligence to my
wife at home, when, finding ourselves
late for our respective dinners, wo .
hailed a hansom and got into it; it
being arranged that I should drop B.
within a street's length of his own
"Hullo!" cried my companion, di?
rectly we had started off; "why here's
a carpet bag which somebody bas left
"Halves!" exclaimed I, with a sud?
den and uncontrolable' impulse, the
springs of which lay for enough away
in tbose days of boyhood, when the
rights of property are so imperfectly
"No, no," replied B., severely; "it
is not yours, my friond. You know
it was I that found it."
"Really, my dear B.," returned I,
"you quite surprise me. You must
be aware that it belongs to neither of
us, but to the unfortunate person
who had engaged this hansom."
"Very true," assented E., but a
little regretfully, as I thought, at the
view I bad deemed it right to take;
for, however divines may preach and
(which is worse) the law my dictate,
wben one has found a thing, one
does seem to have some sort of a
claim to it. If I were asked to point
out what is par excellence the law of
nature, I should answer-it is that
which is called on land "the right of
trover," and on the sea-shore that of
"Flotsam and Jetsam." Here was a
carpet bag left by the tide of human?
ity-or at least by one careless wave
of it-and here were we, its finders
for it is ridiculous that B. should
have a priority of claim, just because
he happened to plump down (without
.hurting himself) upon the property
in question, which might just as well
have been on my side of the hansom
as his. The question arose then, how
were we to deal with it?
"It will never do to give it up to
the cabman, eb?" observed B., ten?
derly; "he'll keep it for himself, to a
"Quite out of the question," as?
sented I. ' 'The poor follow who lost
it would never have a chance of re?
"I think I bad bettor take it home,
and advertise in the Times," suggest?
ed my friend.
"No, my dear fellow," said I,
firmly; "you shall never be troubled
to walk with that great black leather
bag," (it was an uncommonly large
one,) "through thestreets. The cab
takes me, you know, to my own door,
so I'll take it to my bouse."
"Very well," said B., slowly band?
ing over tbe property into my charge,
with the air of a co-trustee, who,
while executing some undoubtedly
lawful deed, yet cannot help regret?
ting that the person who acts with
him should happen to bo an attorney.
"You'll take great care of it, won't
"Of course, I will," returned I,
indignantly. "I shall either adver?
tise it in tbe Times, or take it to the
police office tho first thing in tho
"Just so," said B., who had now
arrived at bis journey's end. "I
sbouldn!t at all wonder if we saw a
reward offered for it to-morrow in tho
second column. If we wero poor
people, this might b* quite a, God
Bend, might it not?"
This mado us both laugh.
?"You shall have halves," said I,
"whatever it is."
And so we parted, with another
shout of merriment. But when I
glanced through the little window, .!
saw B. looking after me with an ii .
. tensity of expression, which, although
we aro always sorry to wish each
other good-by, I never notice:! in his
friendly countenance before.
It may bo asked, perhaps, how it
was that the cabman, seeing mo enter
his vehicle without luggage, and
emerge from it with the property in
question, did not at onoo question
?tty right io the same; for it ia scarcely
to be supposed, that be was .metaphy?
sician enough to allow that I could
have evolved! not only tho idea of a
carpet bag, but a carpet bag itself,
out of my inner consciousness. '
The reply to this apparent difficulty
is, that it was dark. Moreover, I
won't swear that I did not hold the
carpet bag rather behind me, so as to
shield it from observation, while I
paid the man his full faro and six?
pence over, for which, as usual, he
did not stay to thank mo, but drove
swiftly away. ,
My wife was exceedingly interested
in this carpet bag-a black one, evi?
dently divided within into compart?
ments-and punched it vigorously,
with the object of discovering, from
the nature of the resistance offered,
what was the character of its con?
tents. "If we could opon it," argued
she, "we could surely learn from in?
ternal evidence the name and address
of >the owner, and be able to forward
it to bim immediately."
But when all the little keys in our
possession, had been tried without
effect upon its patent lock, we decid?
ed that it could not possibly contain
anything beyond a change of clothes
-probably some poor gentleman's
evening suit-and a couple of hair
brushes. There was no doubt about
them, for I could feel their bristles
through the leather. Under these
circumstances, the expenditure of
Beven-and-six pence in an adver?
tisement in the Times was not to be
dreamed of, and I made up my mind
to "communicate with the police."
There was also something authorita?
tive, and which seemed to confer im?
portance upon one in such an act.
People who are described as "taking
that very proper course," in the news?
paper, always strike one in the light
of public benefactors. Moreover,
although nothing was really ever
further from my thoughts (and I
think I may add even from B. 'e) than
to appropriate that carpet bag or its
contents to my own uses, yet there
was a certain sense of self-sacrifice in
the action, or at all events, of tho
most heroic honesty. Aristides him?
self could not have behaved more
Sally; it was a proceeding that even
raco would h -e spoken of from
the bench, I thought, in terms of
the highest praise. At all events, I
should be looked upon by the peace
authorities-accustomed to deal with
persons actuated by such very differ?
ent sentiments-with something
moro than cold respect. In a word,
I don't remember to have ever felt
mort self-complacent than when I
took my way, after luncheon, the
next day. (a Saturday,) to the nearest
police station, with tho intention of
supplying the inspeotor with that
mysterious mental ailment which Sir
Richard Mayne calls "information
LCONTINTJED E* OUR NEXT, j
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS !
D\J 100 oz. QUININE.
25 oz. SULP. MORPHIA.
10 RIB. CROTON OIL.
50 lbs. CHLOROFORM.
5 lbs. NITRATE SILVER.
200 lbs. GUM CAMPHOR.
1,000 lbs. EPSOM SALTS.
1,000 lbs. FLOR. SULPHUR
2,000 lbs. BLUE STONE.
100 lbs. CREAM TARTAR.
1,000 lbs. COOKING SODA.
2.000 lbs. COPPERAS. For salo low by
FISHER & HEINIT8H, Druggists.
COLUMBIA INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
^jgw THE above institution, situ
/fl^^ ated on Arsenal Hill, oponed on
^PfB^MONDAY. Hth inst., and will
MT9B^*receive pupila (especially girls)
wgtywbo will bo taught Reading,
Writing, Arithmetic. Ac, in?
cluding instruction iu Sewing, Knitting
or other household employment, suitable
to their capacity.
Persons who desiro a day's work can ap?
ply at tho Industrial Rooms, where they
will bo accou inodated, and receive com?
pensation eitner in money, clothing or
provisions, as the case demands, oi may
be practicable. Those iu our city who
wish to havo Scouring, Washing, or other
houso work done, if they will notify us a
day beforehand, wo may bo able to sond
a suitable person at "reasonable prices.
We will receive orders for the Knitting
of Stockings, Socks, or Repairing of old
oneB. Weaving, Spinning, Quilt-Making,
Rag Carpets; also, Mattresses Cleaned and
Repaired. Contributions of Thread, Cot?
ton, Wool, Knitting Noodles, scraps of
Calico, for making Quilts, or of Woolen, for
Rag C?rpete, all will be thankfully received.
Hotels, and even families, can dischargo
their duty if they would Bave, and send to
tho Work Rooms, Buch scraps of Bread
and Meat as might bo left at their tables.
Thone who do this, or otherwise aid our
institution in preventing street begging,
are earnoatly requested not to give to per?
sons at their doors, unlesB in oxchango for
Homet hing they may havo to sell, but di?
rect them to tho Rooms, and oblige a
Oct 17 COMMUTEE OF LADIES.
LATEST STYLES. ,
JUST RECEIVED, at the "Industrial
Association," Ladies' Saoque Patterns,
of the latest stylo. Also, very beautiful
Braiding Patterns, for Yoko Dresses and
Gowns. A constant supply of Rraiding
and Embroiderv Patterce, BUitablo *oi all
styles of work, can be had.
Remeuibor, ladies, it matters not how
small may be tho purchase, every little you
emit i I ju te t<> this Association is so much
given towan s tho support of tho poor and
upstitnte oi our land._Soptember 8_
Our Bulletin Board-Arrivals.
LIFE FOR THE HAIR, a new article,
to make beautiful bair, and restore it,
when groy, to its natural .color
Preserving Fluid has arrived.
Jar Corks, for Picklo and Preserve Jars.
Spices for Pickling.
Baker's Broma and Cocoa.
Lemon Syrup and Tamarinds.
July 27_FISHEd* A HEINITSH.
FOR 8ALE at the
SEND TO TUB SOUTH CAROLM COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE.
piENERAL Southern AjMooy for ROUTT'S IMPROVED PATENT D?lATNsPLOW.
VT With it, a mah. fian, with ? pa?< of good Horses, Barraco and Praia sixty acres of
land pot day. A. 'f s . . ' '.' 1
EOUTT'8 IMPROVED PATENT 80UTHBM CORN PLANTER, WITH GUANO ATTACHMENT.
It ie a siraplo, etrong and duruldo device, and a mao and horse can plant from ton to
twelve acree per day. together with any kind of pulverized Fertilizer. The machine is
so constructed that the operator can see every narticle of feed and Fertilizer as it falls
from tho distributing cylinder through tho conducting tube to the ground. One-third
of the distributing cylinder is exposed. In short, it is considered the most simplo and
effective CORN PLANTER ever introduced. Many hundreds of them are in uso, and
many testimonials, in tho way of Premiums and Medals awarded, as well as Certifi?
cates of most reliable Farmers, commend this machine as the best in use.
Routt's Improved Patent Iron Double Shovel Plow,
REVERSIBLE AND EXTENSIBLE, WITH COULTER ATTACH MENT.
UOUTT'S PATENT KNKADINO DEVICE.
tar Pleaso call and examine machines.
November B _.__ A, R. COLTON.
General Southern Agency.
SOUTH HUH En GHI WABBBOBSE,
COLUMBIA, S . O.
THE "UNIVERSAL7,^?lv^GrIN~AND CONDENSER.
THEY gin FASTER, CLEANER, and make a better SAMPLE thaa any Gins in tho
uountry, with tho Hame power. Thov havo been adopted by tho East India Cotton
Agency Company, by tho Manchester Cotton Supply Asoociation, bv tho Viceroy of
Egypt, and by the Governments of Turkey, Brazil, Italy, Orooco and India, in their
efforts to raise this staple in their midst ; and their merits aro even moro fully under?
stood by those using them in our own country daring tho last two years.
COTTON OPENERS, DEDERICK'S COTTON AND HAY PRESES,
WORLD RENOWNED PREMIUM GRAIN DRILLS,
IMPROVED GUANO ATTACHMENT AND GRASS SEED SOWERS.
Tho PLANTER'S FAVORITE -tho desideratum of seeders-perfect in mechanical
construction; perfect in its performance of work; no bunching of grain; no liability of
getting ont of order or broken.
WALTER A. WOOD'S SELF-RAKE REAPER AND NEW JOINTED
BAR MOWER COMBINED.
These machines havo boen awarded tho highest prizes over offered in England,
Franco and America, viz: International Exhibition Medal, London, 1862; International
Exhibition Medal, Dublin, 1865; besides being triumphant at tho recent Paris Exposi?
tion, Paris, 1807. The Wood's Self-Rake Reaper and Mower has received'moro than ono
hundred and fifty Gold and Silver Medals and First-Class Prizes, establishing their
great superiority over all other machines. Combining light draught, close cutting,
simplicity in construction, portabilitv, Ac, thov are unequaled.
REYNOLDS' TURBINE WATER WHEELS,
SAW MILLS, Portable and Stationery,
EUREKA BRICK MACHINE COMPANY,
RUMSEY & CO.'S CELEBRATED PUMPS AND BELLS.
LEVER STUMP EXTRACTOR.
Tho Pioneer 8tnmp Puller and Rock Lifter. First great power. Two mon sufficient
to raise twenty-five thousand pounds.
OTIS LIGHTNING ROD COMPANY,
Howe's Standard SCALES and COTTON BEAMS,
Eureka Agricultural Works Phyfer Plow, Sancho Panza Wind-Mill Co.,
Albany Packbam's Georgia Cotton Seed Plauter, Empire Shingle Machine Co.
The Portabio and Stationery Engine Company.
RICHARDSON, MERRIAM & CO.'S WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
Oliver & Co.'s Rubber and Leather Belting,
Grant Fan Mill and Cradlo Co., "Nonpareil" Washing Machine Co.,
Boyer & Bro.'s Premium Farm Grist Mills.
ALL KINDS OF HOSE, SULKY CULTIVATORS,
Triple Geared, Lever and Eudless Railway HORSE POWERS,
Threshing Machines, Cleaners and Separators, combined. *
CORN SHELLERS, Little Giant CORN MILLS, WHEEL BARROWS.
Magic, Lever and Hide Roll Feed Cutters and Plows,
. Reversible and Expanding Cultivators,
Recommendations hy tho best partios throughout tho Stute, who havo purchased and
used many of t lie above machines, aro constantly coming to hand. Continued uso is
a guarantee of satisfaction, ('all and examino machines iu operation, and leave your
orders. Terms accommodating, at Manufacturer's prices, freight added. Descriptive
catalogues and circulars seut on application. Agents wanted wherever nono aro ap?
pointed. Sept 26
_A. R. COLTON, Proprietor.
EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF THE
"UNIVERSAL" COTTON GIN AND CONDENSER,
INVENTED AND PATENTED UV HORACE JJ. EMERY.
THESE GINS and CONDENSEIfS are adapted for running right or h lt hand, ai d
for either HAND, HORSE, S'l J 'AM or WATER POWER, and in points of SIMPLI?
CITY, DURABILITY, EFFICIENCY mn ECONOMY, thov have PROVED themselves
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS IN USE.
Also, COMPLETE PORTARLE COTTON GINNING OUTFITS, adapted for traveling
about and TOLL GINNING, Emery's Endless Ohain and Lever Horte Powers, 'fresh?
ing Machines, Cotton Pr?t?es, Saw Mii/n, etc., etc., al! of which can be'eeen in practi?
cal operation at tho SOUTH CAROLINA COI TON GIN WAREHOUSE.
A. R. COLTON, General Agent,
Near Greenville and Charleston Railroad Depots, Columbia, S. C.
tar Call and examine or send for circulars. Sept 22
ATTENTION 18 GALLED
FAST FREIGHT LINE
BY THE INLAND
AIR LINE FREIGHT ROUTE,
CI?ARLOTTE AND SOUTH* CAROLINA C. R"
AND ITS CONNECTIONS,
TO PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA,
THENCE by FIRST CLASS 8TEAMER8
to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York
Daily linos from Portsmouth to Balti?
more and Philadelphia, and five steamers
per week lo Now York.
No transfers botwecn Portsmouth and
Balun ns ?ow and time quicker than by
Marine Insurauco from per cent.
IOBS than by competing hues. No Insu?
rance required on Freights destined for
Philadelphia, when forwarded via Ana
messic Route; and no actual necessity to
Insure Baltimore Freights, as this is an
Classifications of Freight correspond
with those in uso by competing lines.
Through rates from Columbia to:
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SS 8 g g I Grain.
For further information, apply at tho
Oflico of the Charlotte and South Carolina
Railroad Company, to
Or, E. R. DORSEY,
General Freight and Trans'n Agent.
Charlotte & South Carolina R. R. Co.
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 5, 18G7.
ON and after tho 6th instant, the Trams
over this Road will run UH follows:
Leave Columbia at.1.40 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.9.40 p. m.
Leave Charlotte at. 2.55 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia at.9.40 a. m.
Making close connection for all points
North and South, as follows:
Leave Columbia. 1.40 p. m.
Leave Charlotto. 10.00 p. m.
Leavo Greensboro.5.15 a. m.
Arrive Richmond.4.45 p. m.
Loave Richmond.9.45 p. m.
Arrive Washington.6.15 a. m.
Arrivo Baltimore.9.10 a. m.
Arrive Philadelphia.1.32 p. m.
Arrive New York.5.10 p. m.
Passengers taking this route, going
North, have choice of routo from Greens?
boro, Weldon or Portsmouth.
tBr Tickets good over either route.
Baggago checked through.
For THBOUGH TICKETS to Richmond,
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and
New York, apply at Ticket Office, foot Bl an?
ding street. CALEB BOUKNIGHT,
CALAFACIO GLOVES and PADS,
Meen Fun, a toilet powder,
Lubin's, Coudray'a, Yankee 8oaps,
Buff, Ivory and Wooden Combt,
Comb Brushes, Bay Bum,
Hair Brushes, tine assortment,
Colognes, Toilet Extracts,
SuckflH Bottles, Tubes and Nipples,
NighlTapcrs, Italian Violin Strings,
and various other things too numerous to
mention, for sale by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
MAYOR'S OFFICE, ?
COLUMBIA, NOVKMBEB 4, 1867.
AN OllDINANOE IIEO?LATINU TUE CONRTBUC
TlOX OF STOVE-PIPES IN THE CITY OF CO?
THE following Ordinance is re-published
for the information and guidance of all
concerned. Any violation of its provisions
will be report ed, and the offenders dealt
with in accordance with tho penalties at?
tached to such violation:
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the city of Columbia, now in
session, and by the authority of the same,
That it shall not be lawfnl for tho owner or
tenant of any house or tenement to con?
duct a stove-pipe through any part of such
bouse or tenement, without having tho
samo encased in brick, sheet-iron or tin,
in such manner as to prevent tho sparks
or heat from said pipe from igniting tho
building or tenement to which it may oo
attached; and any person offending
against tho true intent and meaning of
this Ordinance, shall be subject to anne
of twenty dollars for every offence.
SEC. 2. And be il further ordained, That
the Mayor, or any two of tho Aldermen,
shall have power to examine into the con?
dition of airy chimney, stove, atovn-nln*^
grate or otb el Qre-plaee within tho corpo?
rate limits, and in caso the same shall bo
considered dangerous to tho neighbor?
hood, on account of its liability to commu?
nicate Uro, tho said Mayor and Aldermen
are hereby reqnirod, and empowerod, to
order the same to be pulled down, altero .
or removed immediately; and in caso the
owner or tenant shall neglect or refuse to
do so, tho said Mayor or Aldermen shah
causo tho samo to bo pulled down, altered
or renewed, at tho expense of said owner
or tenant; and iu caso of the refusal of
such owner or tenant to pay such oxponso,
tho Mayor is hereby required to issue an
execution for tho recovery of tho samo.
Rati?led on tho 10th o? April, 1851.
Published bv order of thc Mayor.
J.'S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
An eruption of the ?kin, of thirty
year's standing, which defied the skill of
the doctors, was cured, in Philadelphia,
by using Heinitsh'a Queen's Delight.
"PAST" EXPRESS LINE
FnOM COLUMBIA TO NBW YORK.
GREAT ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILWAYS.
NEW and FA?T SCHEDULE now in
operation, with completo and continu?
ous condections, from Columbia aud all
points in tho interior of Soul h Carolina,
via Kingavillo, Wilmington and Weldon, to
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Phila?
delphia, New York, Boston, and all princi?
pal points North and East. No change of
Passenger Cars between Weldon and
Acquia Creek. No Omnibns transfer at
Petersburg or Biohmond. Faro as low as
by any other route. Time, forty-threo
hours to Now York.
. At Weldon, Passengers have choico of
tho following routes, viz: Crisfled and An
namossic Lino, Washington or Inland
Lino, Baltimore or Old Bay Lino. Tickets
good by either route.
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC-Tho ronto by
Cbarlotto and Greensboro is advertised as
? soventy-five miles shorter and twelve hours
quicker-try it, if you wish to bo deceived.
Through Fast Express Train, oia fWil
mingtou, Weldon and Richmond, lcavos:
Columbia.10.00 a. m.
Kingsville.11.80 a. m.
Wilmington. 9.80 p. ra.
Woldon. 6.20 a. m.
Richmond.11.10 a. m.
Washington. 7.00 p.m.
Wilmington, Delaware.11.57 p. m.
Philadelphia. 1.30 a. m.
New York, arrives. 5.20 a. m.
t Via Wilmington, Weldon, Portsmouth
and Annameaaic routes, leaves:
Columbia.10.00 a. m.
Kingsville.11.30 a. m.
Wilmington. 9.30 p. m.
Woldon.6.20 a. m.
.Portsmouth.10.45 a. m.
Crisfield.!. 6.00 p. to.
Wilmington, Dolawaro.11.57 p.m.
Philadelphia. 1.30 a. m.
New York, arrives.5.20 a. m.
*Tho Steamers of tho Old Bay Lino lcavo
for Baltimore 7.30 p. m.
tLeave New York at 7.30 p. m. to come
Two trains daily from Kingsville, North
tho 11.30 a. m. Fast Express, and 2.00 p.
m. Mail. Baggago checked through.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on ali Night Trains.
Through Tickets, good by eithor route
until used-with option to Passengers of
stopping at terminal points-can bo ob?
tained at tho Ticket Oflico of the South
Carolina Railroad. P. H. LANGDON,
Oct 23 Gmo Gon'l Southern Agent.
Owing to somo delay in running through
tickets by this route, through passengers
havo been obliged to buy local tickets to
Wilmington. This is regretted, and tho
Wilmington and Manchester Railroad will
refond to such persons, on proper proof,
tho difference botweon its proportion on
through tickets and the local faro, on ap?
plication to P. H. LANGDON, Genoral
Agent, Augusta, Ga. Tho Through Tick?
ets are now on salo from Columbia to ail
Office North Carolina Railroad Co.,
COMPANY SHOPS, OCTODEB 17, 1867.
ON and after this date, tho following
will be the schedule for PASSENGER
TRAINS over this road:
L ave Charlotte daily at. 9.40 p. m.
" Greensboro at.4.11 a. m.
" Raleigh at.10.00 "
Arrivo at Goldsboro at. 2.00 p. m.
Loavo Goldsboro at.12.22 "
" Raleigh at. 3.50 "
" Greensboro at. 9.10 "
Arrivo at Charlotte at. 2.54 a. m.
Through Passengers by this line have
choice of rontes via Greensboro and Dan?
ville to Richmond, or via Raleigh and Wel?
don to Richmond or Portsmouth; arriving
at all points North of Richmond at tho
same time by either route. Close connec?
tion is m ado with the Passenger Trains on
the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to
and from Wilmington, and by Froight
Train to Weldon. JAS. ANDERBON,
Oct 18 Superintendent.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
OFFICE LAURENS RAILROAD,
LAUBENS C. H., 8. C., July 12,1867.
ON and after MONDAY, 22d instant, the
trains will run over thia Road aa fol?
lows, until further notice:
Leave Laurens at 5 o'clock a. m. on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, and arrive
at Newberry at ll o'clock a. m.
Leave Nowberry cn Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays, at tifty minutes after 12
o'clock, connecting with both trains on the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad at Hele
na Shops. JOSEPH CREWS. Sup't.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUP" OFFICE,
CHAIILESTON, 8. C., October 3, 1867.
ON and after OCTOBER 6, 1867, tho
Passenger Trains on tho South Caro?
lina Railroad will run as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia. 4.30 a. m..
Arrive at Kingsville.11.15 a. m.
Leave Kingoville.11.40 a. m.
Arrivo at Columbia. 1.10 p. m.
Leave Columbia.10.00 a. m.
Arrivo at Kingsville.11.35 a. m.
Leave Kingsville.12.05 p. m.
Arrivo at Charleston. 7.06 p. m.
Tho Passenger Train on tho Camden
Branch will connect with up and down
Columbia Trains and Wilmington and Man?
chester Railroad Trains on MONDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Night Express Froight and^Paesengor
Accommodation Train will rdHpts follows,
on and after the 8th inst., vifF
Leave Charleston for Columbia. .5.40 p. m..
Arrive at Columbia.5.00 a. m.
Leavo Columbia. 3.00 p. m.
Arrivo at Charleston.-3.20 a. m.
Oct5 H. T. PEAKE. Gen'l Sup't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
ON and aftor MONDAY, the 2l?t instant,
Passenger Trains will rim dafiy,
dorn excepted, as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 5.30 a. m.
'? Alston at.7.30 "
" Nowberry at.9.25 "
Arrivo at Abbevdle at.2.15 p. m.
" at Anderson at.4.03 "
" at Greenville at.5.00 "
Leave Greenville at. 3.S(Lv.m.
" Anderson at. l.'JWf "
" Abbeville at. 6.05 "
?* Newberry at.10.53 "
Arrivo at Alston at.12.35 p. m.
" at Columbia at. 2.30 "
Trains on tho Rino Ridgo Railroad will
leavo Anderson Monday, Wednesday and
Friday-returning, Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, as follows:
Leave Anderson at.4.10 p. m.
" Pendleton at.5.10 "
Arrivo at Walhalla at.6.30 "
Leave Walhalla at. 1.30 a. m.
Pendloton at.3.10 *'
Arrivo at Anderson at.4.10 "
Connections made with the 3 P. M. Down
Trains and 5 A. M. Up Trains of the South
Carolina Railroad. Oct 17