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Rest is not r?uHting
Beet is theflttiog . Ta
Of self to one 8 sphere.
'Tis the brook's motion,
Olear without strife,
Fleeing to ocean
After its life.
'Tis loving and serving,
The highest add best;
'Tis onward, unswerving,
And this is true rest.
SPRING BONNETS.-Tho principal import?
ers of millinery gooda had their regular j
spring opening in New York, a few days |
since, and as the inevitable JenkinB was.on
hand, we are enabled to inform our fair j
readers that tho bonnets are to be very
small, without crowns, and some styles aro
high in front. In fact, the style is only a
new ahd revised edition of the pretty Fan- j
chon. Bonnets are to be elaborately
trimmed, to correspond with the present
' style; of? costume, trimmed with laces und
flowers; ribbon is sparingly used. Roses in
nil color s and shades, from the richest to j
the most delicate tints, will be more in
voguo than any other flowers. Some of
the roses are very large, one covering the
entire top of the bonnet, from which falls a
vine of half opened roses and bods, with
green leaves, not at the aide, as last season,
but straight down. Loco is also muoh used
in sashes or veils, falling at the back. The I
new color in flowers which will be most ?
worn for the present is "capucine," a dark,
warm color, with beautiful tints. Green
grasses will be muoh in vogue, and occa?
sionally autumn-tinted grasse? ?.re ?icen upon j
a lace bonnet or fancy straw.
A new style of fancy straw is close in
front, without face trimming. With this
the hair should be in waved rolls. Lace
veils, joined with satin bows, fall from the
back, and over these are trailing clematis,
and on the top a large flower with crystall?
ized g-'oen leaves. A corn-colored crapo
has the sashes of crape at the back, edged
with wide, black lace, and the entire bonnet
covered with a profusion of flowers. A
white tulle made over a transparent frame
ia a novelty. There is a diadem of straw,
with green grass across the front, and fall?
ing at each gide, trailing along the laco
which' forms the circle in front. A white
fancy straw, trimmed with purple satin, is
very pretty. Another novelty is a bonnet
made of satin folds, on wire running two or
three times across the front, then falling in
horizontal loops at the back. A small rose
in frpnt, a very large one on the top, and a
trailing vine at the back completes the
trimming. Wido and long white ribbon
strings-not to be tied-are olasped below
$he throat by a green velvet loop.
How TO BUK AK A. MTJTJE.-Tbe following
. suggestions, says the Maryland Farmer, are
: from a new and interesting book on the
- subject of breaking the mule, by Harvey
Riley, Esq., Superintendent of the Govern?
ment corral, Washington :
"Don't fight or abuse him. After you
have harnessed him, and he proves to be
refractory, keep your temper, slack your
reins, push him round, backward and for?
ward, not roughly; then if ho will not do
what you want him to, tie him to a post and
let him stand there a day or so, without
food or water. Tako care, also, that he
does not lie down, and ho careful to havo a
person to guard him, so that he does not
foul in tho harness. If he will not go after
a day or two of this treatment, givo him
one or two more of it, and my word for it
he will come to his senses and do anything
you want from that time forward.
"The only way to keep a mule from kick?
ing you is to bumbo it a great deal when
j'oung, and accustom it to tho ways and
actions of men. You must, through kind?
ness, convince it that you aro not going to
barm or abuse it; und you can do that best
by taking hold of it in ? genntle manner
every time . it appears to bo frightened.
Such treatment I have always found more
effective than all the beating and abusing
yon can apply. Tho mule is peculiar in his
dislikes. Many of them, when first har?
nessed, so dislike a blind bridle that Ihey
will not work in it. When you find thir,
let them stand for n day or KO ju the
blinders, and then take them off, and, in
forty-nine cases out of lift}', he will go ut
CoURTSHir.-A moderate time for court?
ship is from twelve to eighteen months.
This, of course, greatly dependa on other
circumstances, but its length should not bu
unnecessarily extended. It is this sort of
fashion-namely, that of an interminable
wooing-that gave occasion to tho young
man's objection to matrimony, when tho
same was urged upon him by his lady-love:
"My dear," said he, "if wo wero married,
I don't know where I could spend my even?
ings!" Many a young lady becomes weary
of the tedious delay of her suitor, and many
an anxious suitor grows weary of the unne?
cessary scruples of the fair one. There is n
story told of a young couple who began to
?oort at an early ago, vrho wont on courting
when they were ont of tiieir teens; the gen?
tleman ventured to propose a settlement,
but was begged to wait a short time longer,
and so he went on waiting, and yonth de?
parted, and tho pledged couple, still court?
ing, began occasionally to notice a grey hair,
or an nnmiatakablo wrinkle, but still want
on as of old, till more than half a century
had passed; in a word, they courted all their
lives, and lived to be old, but unmarried.
The first child born in the White Pine
Silver District, 9,000 foet above the sea,
has been presented with several thousand
dollars in silver bars by the delighted mi?
f f Vi" . % I ? frfl * ?Vue I . rlqu?, I
.? fe? ?J $ ooo,
Men-Women--and Children !
"Cooling to Scalds and Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds, A-c."
"Healing to all Soros, Ulcers, Ac."
Is tho most extraordinary SALVE over known. Its
Sower of Soothing and Healing for all CutB, Barun,
ruines, Hores, Ulcers, Chapped Hands and Skin,
for Sore Nipples, for Tiles, Ac, Ac-is without a
??~ All Druggists in COLUMBIA sell it.
" COSTAR'S " Standard Preparations
Bitter-Sweet and Orange Blossoms
Ono Bottle, $1.00. Three for $2.00.
.'Costar'*" Rat, "om ii, &c., Exterminators.
"Contar'," Bed-Bug Exterminators.
''Cosinr's" (only pare) Insect Powder.
* 'All Druggists in COLUMBIA sell them."
Or address "COSTAR," No. 10 Crosby st., N. Y.
Sold in COLUMBIA by E. E. JACKSON.
Fob 25_[deo 22]_ly
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Deposits of SI amt Upwards Rccrivrd.
MECHANICS, Laborers, Clerks, Flanters, Pro?
fessional Mun and Trustees can deposit their
Funds and receive interest compounded every eix
GEN. WADE HAMPTON, President.
Con. J. B. PALMER, Vico-President.
THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
J. C. B. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
Persons at a distance may send money by
NOW IS THE TIME
TO SPEND YOUR MONEY.
NOW OFFERED BY
C. F. J ACKSON,
TO MAKE ROOM FOR A
NEW % COMPLETE
nAVING just re?
ceived a well selected
lot of choice imported
I will take pleasure in
showing them to thc
lovers of pure goods.
No discount on them.
Neatly nut up in boxes
?nd in great variety. TOYS in endless profusion.
JELLIES, FRESH FIGS.
New Raisins, Dates, Florida Oranges and Lemons,
Bananas, Northern Apples, Nuts, of all kinds, Ac.
C A N i> I E S
Manufactured daily, of pure sugar, wholesale and
O R OERS
For Weddings and Parties furnished st short
notice, by . JOHN MCKENZIE,
Nov 25 Greenfield's Row, Main street.
LAGER REER, containing copperas, and Ale
doctored with salt, limo and alum, aro among
tho latest adulterations discovered in Now York.
I was astonished that brewers in New York and
other cities could alford to sell Alo and Beer for
loss money t nan tho materials cost mo to mako a
pure, unadulterated barrel of Beer. This mys?
tery lias been solved; tho abovo poisonous ingre?
dients are not costly; hut persons in the prime of
life, possessing strong constitutions, will soon
find their health fast declining, and it may be,
lill prematuro graves, if they persist in using tho
poisonous compounds named. I shall continuo to
make, not a life-destroying, but a healthful beve?
rage, so that it may bo drank by thc most delicate
without thu least danger.
Feb 12 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
PURE Extract of CALVES FEET, for making a
nutritious jelly, and for improving Soups and
Puro Extract of Vanilla, Lemon and Pine Apple,
Pearl Darley, Tapioca, Sago, Arrow-root,Choco
lato, Broma, Cocoa.
Coxo's Sparkling Gelatine, for making Jelly,
Blanc Mange, Creams. For aale by
Jan 10 t FISHER A HEINITSH. Drueriata.
Purifies the Blood.
For Shale by Druggista Everywhere.
BUSHELS FINDERS or PEANUTS, for
sale by E. A O. D. HOPE.
PAMMI N'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
A KD ALL DISEASES Or TH B
STOMACH AND LIVER.
THEY ARE RECOMMENDED KT Till
MEDICAL F y\. C XJ X_ T "Y_
HEGEMAN ?& CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK.
Manufactured by C. F. PANKNIN,
CHBaST AOT APOTHXOASY, ?
C H A II L K S T O T>T, S. C. ?
S^-For ?aZa 6y Druggist* Everyicherc.~S3$\
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES. 8 to 12
2. 7 Second Class City Residences, 6 to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 Third Class " " 3 to 6
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts or the city,
6. 3 Large Lots in Waverloy,
7. 14 Tracts of Land, within 3 miles of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1,000,
8. Tbo Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres,
9. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, one of the best
cotton and stock plantations in the country,
10. 9 Other Plantations in Richland-Borne of
them very desirable.
11. 10.000 acres in Edgolield-several tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
14. 2,500 acres Farming Lands in Fairfield,
15. 1,700 acres near Greenhill Court Boneo,
IG. G,000 " in Laurens-several trade,
17. 2,000 " in Kershaw,
16. 1,900 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
19. 216 " In York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fine Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres or Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purchase or sell property,
will find it to their interost to consult with ns. We
have correspondents in New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, to which points we are constantly
sending descriptive lists of property for sale.
March 6 GIBBES & THOMAS.
Globe Mutual Life Insurance Co., of N. Y.
CASH ASSETS JANUARY 1, 18(19, $1,171,000.
Has been in operation but four years, during
which time it has assured a larger amount than
any Compauy in the Uuitcd States, during a cor
responding period of existence. One of thc chief
causes of its organization, was the forfeiture by
several Northern Companies of the policies of
Southerners, during the war. The lead u; lonicera
of this Company protested against th. injustice,
and on its consummation, withdrew uni orga?
nized the "GLOBE MUTUAL," on prim pies more
liberal and just thau those yet adopted by any
other Insurance Company. In tho event of death
in battle or in a duel, tho equitable value of the
policy will be returned to the heirs. ALL other
Companies forfoit it. In case of suicide, tho
FULL Policy is paid. No restriction on travel.
This Company has, in its guarantee fund of
$500,000, an element of strength possessed by no
other Company. It offers the entirely new feature
of Probability Endowment, which gives the
largcat possible sum for tho premium paid. No
other Company possesses this feature. Insures
children of any age. In tho moderation of its
premium rates, in tlie variety of its tables, in its I
dividends and in the security offered insurers, it j
invites comparison with any other Companv.
JOHN C. HASKELL, State Ag't, Columbia. S. C. j
Prof. JOHN T. DAP.HY, Medical Examiner.
Gen. S. B. BUCKNER, Southern Manager.
Agents wanted throughout tho State.
Jan 30 3mo*
FIR El FI RE!!
.ETNA FIRE? INSURANCE
Incorporated lfelO. - - - Charter Perpetual
Cash Assets. 5,000,000
The STRONGEST Fire Insurance Company in
the United States.
North American Insurance Company,
Capital and Assets.$500,000.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
Omeo in rear of Messrs. Duflio A Chapman's
Rook store, Davis' new building, Main street, Co?
lumbia, S. C. Jan 3 8mo
Fresh Garden Seeds.
ALARGE supply of Thorburns GARDEN
SEEDS, which have given universal satisfac?
tion for tho past three vears. For salo by
Jan 3 E. A G. D. HOPE.
T^VERYBODY who has usc for a PUMP should
MORRELL S FIRE LNGiNE,
DEEP WELL, and
Sond for a c:rcn!ar.
POOLE A HUNT,
Jan 13 Gmo Baltimore, Maryland.
.. Tho- Best at Mat.
THE BEST SCHEME FOB MAKTNG MONEY
OD ihn Flan nf LIFE INSURANCE ?vor offered
by any Company in the world, ?nd emanating
from Ute wisest financial heads of'the ?;try,.
JAY COOKE A CO., Washington, D. C., ia in. e
THE ADVANTAGES ARE :
IT IS A NATIONAL COMPANY,
Chartered by Special Act of Congress.
IT AFFORDS THE SECURITY OF
A paid-up Capital of f 1,000,000. with the privilege
?if increasing to an unlimited amount.
IT OFFERS LO W RA TES of PREMIUM.
The Policv-holder in the NATIONAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY secures by contract,
uiven amount ot Insurance for a premium much
lower than that of Mutual Companies.
IT FURNISHES LARGER INS UR A NCR \
Than other Companies for the same money.
For instance, a perpon aged 30, by paying an
annual premium of $165.50, can secure a policy in
thc National Lite Insurance Company for (10,000;
while the same premium can secure only $7,031.80
in a Company on thc Mutual Plan.
IT IS DEFINITE AND CERTAIN.
There ia no possibility of misrepresentation by
agents, or misunderstanding by policy-holderB.
It makes a plain contract-so much insurance for
BO much monev.
IT IS A HOME COMPANY IN EVERY
Thc money paid for premiums will bc invested
in tho section where received.
ITS POLICIES ARE NEGOTIABLE.
By tho Charter of tho Company, certificates or
obligations may bo issued, agreeing to purchase
its policies at their value, which, when accompa?
nied by tho policy duly assigned or transferred,
aro negotiable, and maybe used as collateral secu?
rity in making loans from tho Company or from
BY THE PRO VISIONS of the CHARTER
lt.- Policies are exempt from Attachment,
THERE A RE NO UNNECESSA R Y
Restrictions in tho Policy.
The ??sured are not restricted from traveling in
any part of thc Uuited States or British Pro?
vinces, or in Europe, in time of peace.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITING.
Every policy issued by tho Company contains a
guarantee of a paid-up policy for H proportionate
amount. (Kee Explanation of Tables.)
IT MAKES AN ANNUAL ADDITION
To thc Policies of 100 per cent, of thc Premium
Policies issued by tho Return Premium Plan
increase at the beginning of every j ear by just
thc amount of premium paid. (See Explanation
IT PA YS TO THE INSURED DURING
Life an Anuual Income of one-tenth the amount
named in tho Policy.
A party insuring upon tho Income-Producing
Plan, will draw an Annual Income of one-tenth
tho amount named iu tho Policy, after ten, twen?
ty, twenty-five, or thirty years, according to the
kind of Policy taken. The full amount of the
Policy will bc paid at death, whenever that event
NO CHARGE IS MADE FOR POLICY
Fee, Stamps, or Medical Examination.
NO EXTRA RATE IS CHARGED FOR
Risks upon tho Lives of Females.
Policies NON-FORFE1TABLE for tho proportion?
ate part of the Policv.
For particulars, call on E. H" HEINITSII.
JAY COOKE &Co., General Agts.,
Feb 10 _ WASHINGTON, 1). C.
The Pollook House.
Usa*. THIS first class RESTAURANT is
????k located on Main street, a few doors<
* ~tl wfrom Washington. Is furnished'
with the best of WINES, LIQUORS, LAGER,
otc. OYSTERS and GAME, in season. Comfort?
able rooms attached for pnvato Dinner and Sup?
per parties. A handsomolv fitted .
up BILLIARD ROOM in "the ?^,j^ZZ3
cond story,with Sharpe simproved't?ialipKug^l
Jan 14 _ JT. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
LAN 1ER HO ? S ?T
Main street near Lady, Columbia, c.'. C.
THIS FIRST CLASS w ^?r"-.
RESTAURANT is sup- T?."**".' ?
_ipliod with the verv best of WINES,
LIQUORS, SEGARS and TOBACCO. DINNERS
and SUPPERS furnished at short notice. Thc
cooking is unsurpassed. OYSTERS, GAME, Etc.,
in season. J. B. LANIER, Proprietor.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent. Dec 10
The Place to Get lt.
> IF vou are desirous of obtaining tho verv
[best Wands of WINES, GIN, BRANDY,
_WHISKEY or RUM, by tho glass or bottle,
besides first quality SEGARS and TOBACCO, call
at tho Carolina. House, on Washington street,
near Sumter. R. BARRY,
Jan 10 Proprietor.
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agents,
Colombia, S. C.,
OFFER their services to tho public as GE?
NERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
chargi s until sales are effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE^HAMPTON GIBBES.
Office North Carolina Railroad Co.,
tnS?SBB r^^ajgJ THE following is the
?w^ggg-Vy^^sr^^TWSseriedule for Passenger
Trains over this road:
Leave Charlotte..ll.36 p. m Arrive.. 11.35 p. m.
" Greensboro ii.05 a. m and 7.17 p. m.
" Raleigh 9.41 a. m. and 3.20 p. m.
Arrivo Goldsboro 12.25 p. m. Leave.. 12.30 p. m.
Through Passengers by this lino have choice o
routes Bul Greensboro and Danville to Richmond,
or DUI Raleigh and Weldon to Richmond or Ports?
mouth; arriving at all points North of Richmond
at the samo time hy either routo. Connection is
made at Goldsboro with Passenger Ti ainu on the
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to and from
Wilmington, and Freight Train to Weldon. Also
to Nowbern. on A. A N. C. Road.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
I HUMiHHHBP MAIL Trains on this Road run to
f??B5?pB*return on samo day, to connect with
up and down Trains on Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, at Helena : leaving Laurens at 5 A. M.,
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS,
and leaving Helena at 1.S0P. BI. same days.
July 9 J. 8. BOWERS, Superintend?nt
Strtr?ir &fi??BHt RAILROAD.
I WI I HIM I PASSENGER Trains will
ran as follows:
. JOB AUGUSTA
Leave Charleston.8.30 a.m.
Arrive at Augu'ta. 6.10 p.m.
Connecting with Trains for Montgomery, Mom?
phis, Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery
and Orand Jonction.
Leave Charleston. 8.30 a.m.
Arrive at Colombia. 5.45 p. m.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, ?nd Camden Train. fry .
Leave Angosta. 8.00 a.m.
Arrivo at Charleston. 6.00 p. m.
Leave Columbia. 7.45 a.m.
Arrive at Charleston.5.00 p. ni.
AUOUSTA NIGHT EXPHES8.
(Sundays excepted. )
Leave Charleston.7.30 p. m.
Arrive at Augusta. G.80 a. m.
Connecting with Trains for Memphis, Nashville
and Now Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta. 4.10 p. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 a.m.
OOM'MBIA NIOUT EXPRESS.
Leavo Charleston. 6.05 p.m.
Arrivo at Columbia. 4.46 a. m.
Connecting, Sundays excepted, with Greenville
?.nd Columbia Railroad.
Leave Columbia. 5.80 p. m.
Arrive at Charleston. 5.30 a. m.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville. 4.20 p. m.
Arrive at Camden. 7.00 p. m.
Leave Camden.6.35 a.m.
Arrivo at Ringville. 9 20 a. m.
THBOUOH |MAIL TRAIN.
Arrive at Columbia.11.35 A. M.
Leavo Columbia, at. 1.80 P. M.
Passengers taking tho Through Mail Train for
tho North, via Ringville, make close connection;
also for tho West, at Augusta, for Memphis, New
Feb 16 H. T. PEAKE, General Superintendent.
THE CENTRAL SHORT LINE.
CHARLOTTE ANT* S. C. AND C. AND A. R. R.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., February 17, 1869.
THE TRAINS OK THE
CS WK ?? PHH?ata? NEW 8HORT LINE
mt^WStmkf^St* ROUTE are running au
follows-making sure and safo connections to all
points North, South and West, viz:
Going North. (Going South.
Arrivo. | Loavo. Arrive. Leave.
8.00aro Augusta 5.10 pm
8.40am 8.45 " Granitoville 4.15 " 4.25pm
1.25pm 1.40pm Columbia 11.35 am 11.50a'
8.10 " 8.20 " Charlotte 5.00 " 5.10 am
I. 20 am 1.30 am Greensboro 12.50 .? 1.00 "
II. 00" 11.15" Richmond J 2.25 p m 2.45p m
fi.45pm 8.40pm Washington 6 ?0am 7.00am
10.00" 10.30" Baltimore 4.15 " 4.40 "
2.25 am 2.25 am Philadelphia 12.15 44 12.25"
6.05 " Now York 8.40 p m
Making close connections at Augusta to all
points South and West.
To insure SPEED, SAFETY and COMFORT, bo
snre and ask for Tickets via Colombia and Gra
First-class Eating Houses along the entire
Tickets by this ronto are OPTIONAL-either tua
Danville and Richmond, Weldon and Richmond,
or Weldon and Old Bay Line-good until used.
For Tickots to all principal points North, South
or West, apply at Ticket Oilico, foot Bl anding
street, or for other information to
0. BOUKNIGHT, Superintendant,
Or, E. R. DonsEY, General Freight and Ticket
Charlotte and South Carolina and Columbia
and Angosta Railroad Companies.
COLUMBIA, S. C., February 16, 1869.
DAY uext, Passenger Trains will ruu as follows:
Leave Graniteville, at.9.00 a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 1.40 p. m.
Arrive a Charlotte, N. C. 8.10 p. m.
Leave Charlotte,N. C ,at. 5.00 a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at.11.60 "
Arrivo at Granitoville, H. C. 4.15 p. m.
Through Tickets on salo for all principal points
North and South. Baggage checked through.
Close a?nl continuous connections mado North.
Passengers reach Augusta at 5.10 p. m.
Feb 16 CALEB BOUKNIGHT, Superintendent.
The Great Inland Freight Epute,
Charlotte & South Carolina R.R.,
THIS FAVORITE and RELIABLE Routo ofTcrb
superior advantages to tho MERCHANTS of
COLUMPIA and UP-COUNTRY, in transporting
FREIGHTS at low rates and quick despatch to and
from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
Boston, tar Rates always guaranteed as low as
the published rates of any other line.
tor No change of ears, or breakage of bulk,
between Charlotte and Portsmouth.
?yMarine Insurance from one-half to three
quarters per cent, less than by competing lints.
For further information, rates, classification
sheets, Ac, apply to, or address,
E. R. DORSEY,
General Freight and Ticket Agent,
July 24 Charlotte and South CarolinaR.R.Co.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
f?5E tm PSaUiliWU PASSENGER Trains run
?PiP-^g-ii 'JHIHB'tjfifraldaily. Kui'day excepted, con?
necting with Night Train on Charleston Railroad:
LVe Columbia 7.00 a.m. Lve Greenville 6.00 a.m.
44 Alston 8.55 44 44 Anderson G.45 44
44 Newherryl0.35 14 44 Abboville 8.45 44
Arr Abbeville 3.30 p.m. 44 Newberry 1.25 p.m.
44 Anderson 5.15 44 44 Alston 3.00 44
44 Greenville 6.00 44 Arr Columbia 5.00 p.m.
Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad run as follows;
Lve Anderson 5.20 p.m. Lve Walhalla 4.09 a.m.
44 Pendleton 6.20 44 44 Pendleton 5.40 44
Arr Walhalla 8.00 44 Arr Anderson 6 40 44
Tho train will return from Bolton to Anderson
on Monday and Friday mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH^Genera] SupjL
Spa-1 an burp and Union Railroad.
ro/I&W?MfeJ PASSENGER Trains )"?vo Spartan
ISSkW^VkWburg Court House Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays, at 7 A. M., and arrive at Alston
1.20 P. M., connecting with tho Greonvillo Down
Train and trains for Charlotte and Charleston.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays'and Saturdays, the Up
Passenger Trams, connecting with the Greenville
Up Trams, leave Alston 9 A. M. and arrive Spar
tanbnrg Court House 8.20 P. M., as follows:
Doirn Train. Up Train.
Miles. Arrive. Leavo. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg.... 0 7.00 3.20
Pacolet.10 7.45 7.48 2.82 2.35
Jonesville.19 8.25 8.30 1.60 1.65
Unionvillc.28 9.16 9.40 12.40 1.05
Santuo,.....37 10.16 10.21 12.08 12.08
Shelton .48 11.10 11.12 11.06 11.08
Lylca Ford.52 11.86 11.38 10 39 10.42
Strother.56 12.02 12.05 10.12 10.15
Alston.68 1.20 9.00
Jan 7 THOS. B. JETER, President.