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On Seeing the H.? j?ullu of Scndnnil.
Ohl my own romantic country,
Thy regalia bringa to me
All thy glory, ?ll thy greatness,
In tho world's grand history.
Though rugged aud rock-bounded,
With thy hills so bleak and bare,
With the sea almost surrounded;
But no land, however fair,
With my country can compare,
For her breezes, bracing breezes,
Nurture hemth and freedom there.
While imparting strength and vigor
To the body, to the mind,
Life's the better for tb?V rigor
Ol those breezes unoimuned;
Would, once more, I might inhalo thom!
For all need their native air,
When their strength begins to fall them,
In a foreign land, though fair,
Though with kindliest surroundings,
Where the heart "for hame is sdir."
Butl'll never more behold thee,
My own .native land, so dear,
Yet ray great love must be told thee, ?
Although with the exile's tear;
Ohl all that's in my nature,
OL. most ,pure and most refined,
Swws,, as the strongest ligature,
E'er uniting kind to kind,
Thee unto my heart to bind,
80 sweetly, so completely,
As ne'er, ne'er to be disjoined.
A SCOTTISH EXILE:
Song ot tit? Old Decanter.
There was an old decan?
ter, and its mouth was
gaping wide; thc
rosy wino had
and tho wind
sides it flew
, and through the
the wildest notes it
. blew. I placed it in the
window, where the blast was
blowing free, and fancied that its
pale mouth sang tho queerest strains
to me. "They.tell me-puny con?
querors!-the plague has slain his ten,
and war his hundred thousands of the
very best of men; but I"-'twas thus
the bottle spoke-"but I have con?
quered more than all your famous con?
querors, so feared and famed of yore.
Then come, ye youths and maidens,
come drink, from out my cup, the
beverage that dulls the brain and
bnrns the spirit up; that puta to
shame the conquerors that slay their
scores below; for this has deluged
millions with tho lava tide of
woe. Tbongh in the path of
battle darkest waves of blood
may roll; yet while I kill?
ed tho body, I have
damn'd the very soul.
The cholers, the
sword such ruin
never 'wrought, as I, in mirth or
malice, on the innocent have brought
And still I breathe upon them, and they
shrink before my .breath ; andyear by year
my thousands tread the dismal road to deaf)
Remarkable Mn?ou lc Incident.
The first Masonic funeral that ever o<
curred in California took placo in the yet
1849, and was performed over the body of
brother fouud drowned' in the/boy of Sa
Francisco. An account of the ceremoni?
states that ou the body of the deceased wi
found a silver mark of a Mason, upon whic
were engraved the initials of his name,
little further investigation revealed to tl
beholder the most singular exhibition 1
Mag on io emblem) that were ever drawn t
the ingenuity of man upon.the human ski
There is nothing in the history or traditio]
of Frcemaaory equal to it. Beautiful
dotted on his left arm, in red or blue in
which timo could not efface, appeared 1
the emblems Of the entire apprenticeshi
There were the Holy Bible, tho square ai
the compass, the twenty-four inch gaug
and the common gavif. There were al
tho Mosaic pavement, representing tl
ground-floor of King Solomon's Tempi
tho indented tessel. which surrouuds it, ai
the blazing star iu the centre. On his rig
arm, and artistically executed in tho sat
indelible liquid, were tho emblems pertui
ing to tho fellow craft degree, viz: t
squnre, the lovel and tho plumb. Thc
were also the five columns representing t
fivo orders of architecture-tho tusen
doric, ionic, corinthian, composite.
In removing the garments from bin bod
the trowel presented itself, with all the otl
toolB of operative masonry. Over his hei
was the pot of incense. On the other pa
of his body wore the bee-hive, tho hook
constitutions, guarded by the tyler's swot
the sword pointing to u naked heart; t
All-seeing eye; tho anchor and ark, tho bc
glass, the scythe, tho forty-seventh prob!
of Euclid; the sun, moon, stars and come
the three steps, emblematical of you
manhood and age. Admirably exocul
was the weeping virgin, reclining on
brokon column, upon which lay the book
?constitutions. In her left hand, she b
the pot of incense, the Masonic emblem
a* pore heart, and in her uplifted hand
sprig of Acacia, the emblem of the imm
tidily of the souL
Immediately beneath her stood winf
Time, with his scythe by his side, wh
cuts the brittle thread of lifo, and the ht
glass at his feet, which is ever reminding
that our lives are withering away, j
withered and attenuated Angora of the De?
stroyer were placed amid tho long and
gracefully flowing ringlets of the disconso?
late mourner. Thus were the striking em?
blems of mortality.and immortality beauti?
fully blended in one pictorial representation.
It was a spectacle snob as Masons neyer saw
before, and, m alt probability, suoh ns the
fraternity win never w?tn?*a again. The
brother's name waaJioyer known.
Charleston Advertisements. )
F tr R N I f U R E,
Chair, and Sofa Warerooms.
DANIEL H. SILO OX,
176,177 and 170 King S'rfil,
OlaarlcBtoia. S. O-,
J7*EEP8 CONSTAN! LY ON HAND, A LARGE
ANT) WELL-SE?JF.GTKD ASSORTMENT OF
OF THE LATEST
MOST APPROVED STYLES,
Which ho otters at prices which cannot fail to
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SETS,
OF F.YEUY DEsenrrTroN.
Thc lie>t Assortment Rvcr Offered lu tlil?
N. B.-Goods carefully packed tor shipping.
March 10 i'.ian
(WIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
ARD ?LL PISTASES OF TUB
STOMACH AND LIVER.
Til KT AKC RICOmTEXDCD OT !DI
OM E 3D I C .A. X. FACULTY.
HEGEMAN ??te CO.,
AGENTS, A'jjir i ona.
Manufactnred by C. F. PANKNIN,
CH2KIST ANS APOTHECABY, ?
CHARL K S T O 1ST, S. C. ?
Jt&~l*or Sal? by Druggist* Erf+rywhtrc.liSl.
CHARLES KERRISON, formerly of thc firm of
C. A E. L. Kerrisot., would inform his friends
and tho public that ho has purchased from Mr.
James B. Botts, nil bis stock in trade, Ac, at tho
Store No. 252 King street, and will thcro continuo
tho DBY GOODS BUSINESS, Wholesale and Re?
tail, for Cash, on his own individual account and
responsibility. Ho will proceed, without delay,
to replenish and renew tho Stock, ano continue so
doing nntil tho assortment shall bo mado com?
plote and attractive. As the terms will bc StiticT
IA CASU, or approved city acceptance for a short
credit, it necessarily follows that tho prices must
bo kept at least as low as to be found tn any other
His brother, Mr. E. L. Kerrison, assisted by
Mr. A. B. McDonell, both experienced merchants
in this linc, will be found at his Store, aiding in
tho conduct and management of tho business, and
it is hoped tbat bis and their efforts to win the
confidence and patronage of the public will bo as
successful as in past days was the old firm, at the
corner of King and Market streets, Charleston.
Fob 17 3m o
W VERPOOL NEW YORK. BOSTON.
- JTM. ROACH 4 CO.,of Gharlrfaton, 8. C., have
W regular Lines of Sailing PACKETS, to and
from New York ami Dos ton; and also send vessels
to Liverpool, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other
ports. Their regular Packets aro despatched
weekly from New York and Boston. The advan?
tages they offer arc, that their rates of freight are
1ID0II I.C6S than Umso nf steamers, and they ac?
commodate, themselves to shippers. Insurance is
effected by thoir Lines at very low rates. For far?
ther particulars, anply to
WILLIAM ROACH A CO.,
East Bay and Ad ger's Wharf,
April 2 tim'. Charleston, S. 0.
HTULL, WKBH ?Si CO..
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
?87 i I aso
Domestic Store. | K,*? BTBBET, ? i,H0" store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON. 8,, C. , ly
PAVILION HOTEL. Oharleston, S. C.
BOARD, PER DAY, .... $3.00.
Mas. H. L. BUTTERFIELD, Proprietress.
A. BuTTanriEi.D, Superintendent. Feb 10
Purifies the Blood.
Por tal? br r>nif?K'totJ? l.'verywh??,
CITY COUPONS, receivable for City Taxes, for
sale by GREGG, PALMER A CO.
New York Advertisements.
THI8 NEW and Commodious
SOC HE, located corner of Broad?
way and Forty-second street, New
York, possesses advantages over
ill other bouses, for the accommodation ot Be
guests. It? was huilt expressly for" a flrsUclRSs
family boarding house-the rooms being Sarge and
eu suite, heated by steam-with hot and cold
water, and furnished second to none; while the
culinary department ls in the most experienced
hands, ? fun ding guests an unequalled table.
Ono of At wood's Fatent F.hvatoi s is nlso among
thc "modern improvements" and at the service of j
guests, at ali hours.
Tba Broadway and University Place Cars pass
? tho door every* four rainutcp, running front tho
City Hall to Central Park, while tbs ??ixth nod
Seventh Avenue lin? s un- Snit a short block on
either side, affording sm plo facilities for commu?
nicating with all the depots, steamboat landings,
places of amusi'meiit and business nf tho great
metropolis. MOUE ?t HOLLEY,
March 19 Orno Proprietors.
Needles and Fishing Tackle.
ANDREW CLERK ?t CO. respectfully inform
tho public and their old customers, that they
still continue business in their old store, No 48
Maiden Lane, New York. Their assortment of
Fishing Tacklo is tho largest nnd mot?t complete
of any in tho United States. They ar?! also Sole
Agente for tho Warrin Needle, which, for the Inst
thirty years, bas enjoyed a reputation for quality !
and nniformitv of tempor superior to all others. |
March 21 Smn
THE ONLY TEUE
German Horse Powder,
.Deutsches Pferde Pulver.
pared from thc
old German Re?
cipe and is the
Powder as made
lt is specially in?
tel dod for diseases lo which thc Horse is 1
lb- extraordinary virtues of this Horse.
Pow d< v ere a?tested" to by thousands, and for
! Iii"i\ ye?rs has stood and still stands first in :
tho estimation ?d' iii experienced Fanners, j
Agi ionlturists and Farriers, ns thc best m edi- i
ein?- for thc Horse. It is composed of root:-,
and hcrlts carefully combined with tonics, and |
iiiav be given in nil cases where disease exists?
For INDIGESTION, DISTEMPER, Hide?
bound, Drowsiness, Loss of Appetite, Inward
Sprains, Debility, Wasting of Flesh, Sore
F.yes, Swelled Logs, Grease, Menge, Surfeit,
old Coughs, Exhaustion from Work. It carries
off all foul humors, purifies and cools thc bloodf
and prevents horses becoming stiff and foun.
dcred. It is a stimulus for weak stomachs
and rend?is thc limbs and skin soft and flncf
giving a Emoolh coat to tho hair, and trans,
PREPARED ONLY BY
COLUMBIA, 8. 0.
Feb 10 t
THE Commissionerof Agriculture, in his report
for tho year inn J, speaks as follows:
"Thera eau bc po doubt of the general adulte?
ration nf all malt liquors, in England and other
countries, where heavy penalties aro imposed, and
an increasing vigilance practiced to detect and
punish such frauds, by a system of inspection of
all malt liquors manufactured before exposed to
salo, tho practico is very common. How much
moro in this country, whore there are no laws an
tho subject, and no onicer to carefully analyze the
product's of the broweryV Same years ago, Pro?
fessor Mopes, of Now* York, analyzed tho beor
from a dozen different breweries, and al) Were
found adulterated with noxious substances. His
said that tho salo of drugs to brewers, is a profit?
able part of tho trade. This is perfectly infamous.
Cocculus indiens, (tish-berry,) uux v?mica, (dog
button, from which strychnine in obtained,) arc
aomn of the delectable substances found in beer!
Theso are potent poisons, and the brewer found
using them should bo drowned nt once.in one of
his own vats. Tho British Parliament passed a
law to prevent this nefarious business. The fol?
lowing is au extract: 'No ilrnggist, vendor of or
doaler in drugs, or chemist, or any other person,
shall sell or deliver to uny licensed brcwor, doaler
in or retailer of hirer, knowing them to bo snell,
or shall sell or deliver lo any person on account
?jf, or in trust for, any such brewer, dealer, or re?
tailer, any liquor called by thc name of or sold for
coloring, from whatever material the same may
bu mude; or any material or preparation other
than unground brown malt, for the darkening the
color ot wurta or beer, or any molasses, vitriol,
honey, quassia, cocculus indicus, grains of para?
dise, (lumea pepper, or opium, or any extract or
preparation of molasses, or any artit-lo or prepa?
ration to bo used in worts or beer for or as a sub
stitntefor malt or hops; and if any druggist shall
offend in any o? these particulars, bindi prepara?
tion, Ac, shall be forfeited, and may be seized by 1
any officer of excise, and the person BO offending I
shall forfeit fioe hundred fnntmls.'
"Under this law, very many druggists and brew- 1
ere were brought to rrief, nnd yet tho practice
continues. Unless the American public aro ready
to admit tho, immaculate purity and innocence of
American brewers, they must bo content, while
drink nu: their beer, to cherish thc belief that they
aro at tho simo timo guz/liin; some narcotic poi- j
sou or damaging medicino. In view of tho unpre?
cedented growth of (ho barley crop; of the great
inei-e.iso of tho number of maltsters and brow ors;
of tho vast unknown quantities of beer that aro
drunk in every city and almost every town on the
coi.tinent; it is tho diotato of sound wisdom, that
the attention of legislator*! should be called to
the subject of tho adulteration of our malt liquors,
and severe pennl*^* should bn inflicted asa pre
< eui Ive."
P. H.--Judge f<o \. vu . if 1 My Beer is pure.
March 18 JOHN 0. 8EBQEB8.
Drop in at the Carolina House,
ON Washington street, near Main, and sample
the compound? dispensed there-genuine
liquors; no fusel nil or damaging mixtures.
"Hoeing is believing.*' but tasting fe the genuine
test: R. BARBY, Prorrtfletor.
BUSHELS Bound COW I'EA8, for salo
D \J vi Vv E. ? a D. HO]PE.
Sweet Potato Slips,
pr/\ BUSHELS YAM POTATO SLIPS, in ?uo
0\7 order, foi t-alo by E. A G. D. HOPEf
Wood! Wood ll
?AM now prepared tu supply Oak and Pine
WOOD to ?nv ono, on short notice and at rea?
sonable terni?. Apply at C. HAMBERG'S,
April 1 Imo" Near Cborlotto Depot.
L AN IEE HOUSET
Main ?irret near ?july, Columbia, S. C.
THIS FIRST (TASS
RESTAURANT is Blip
iplied ?itu tilt' vcrv best of WINKS,
LIQUOBS. SFA?AL* and TOBACCO. DINNERS
and SUPPERS furnished at short notice. Tho
cooking Id Surpassed. OYSTKB8, OAME, Etc.,
in soafton. J. B. LANI LR, Proprietor.
H. HAMILTON. Suiicrintendcnt. Doc 10
TgYERYBODY vim ha-UM t. i a PUMP should
MOR Ki'LE'S Ki BE ENC ?NE,
DEEP WELT., and
Send for a circular.
Jan 13 (?ino
POULE A HUNT,
DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful Tor tho liberal
patronage bo has received from tho citizens
of ibis city and the surrounding District, daring
tho past year, respectfully announces that ho now
permanently establishes himself in Columbia. All
operations on the natural Teeth faithfully pir
formod. ARTIFICIAL CASKS, in every approved
method, carefully and satisfactorily executed
among which he would call special attention to
that known as Reynolds'Patent; and of his suc
coss in constructing Artificial Cuses by this beau?
tiful and durable pioccss,hc is enabled, with con?
fidence, to retcr lo hit patients and to thc
patentee. Office nu Blain ?tlcet, over First Na?
tional Bark. -Ian 8
EX:03E3L Si X O JErtL -
Prompt, CheaD and Accurate.
MARCH. ^^Ptf^^^L I 8 0S.
Book, Joh and Newspaper Pow? r Press
Main Stieot, above Taylor,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAKOI.ISA.
THE proprietor bas recently made EXTENSIVE
ADDITIONS to h is former lavgostock of material
Type, Presses. Colored Inks. Paper, ('ards, etc.,
introducing the LATEST STYLES, and is fully
iirepared to und<Ttnk?* ?nv ?nd nv?ry thing in tho
'LAIN and FANCY
From a CurU I We to s mas>-iv< vilumcora thirty
feet Po*ter lin '"Iii.wine ? rf the inducements:
Price-uri l.owci my othei cHtablisbmenl
\w thi> Si ile. or er.-f. N?w York,
ifsiupluotr i.< ul..:- Bul H. ?'1.-. Briefs,
Ball Ticket- " invitations,
Dray TickM'd . ' Receipts,
Programm? ?.?w.*. ??md-bdls.
Le tte i Ren> . J??&, Posters.
Check* J^m^LX Blanks,
Weddini.- Visiting kt Ml . .- ' -.rds. Ac, Ac,
of ?.ll st" lt - '.nd -v.'.c. . .r f. ct,
Any and Every Description of Printing!
jn one. two, tiir?.c Color* *mt Bronze, promptly
attender! to. JULIAN A. SELBY. ProDrietor.
Oiiice North Carolina Bailroad Co.,
tSSm%?iii?irsmSSm P THE following is the
IW5r?rio'>*w^,^?l'1 sf?,Mdule for Passenger
Trains over this roi>d:
I vea ve Charlotte., ll flt? j.. u, Arrive.. 11.86 p. m.
" Greensboro 5 05 i.. to und 7.17 p. ?.
'* Raleigh 0 41 a. m. and 8.2b p. m.
Arrive Oolnshoro ISAS p. m. Leave.. 12.80 p. m.
Through Passenger* bj (hil line havccboJee of
runter oin Greensboro and Danville to Riohmond,
or pia Raleigh and Weiden tc Richmond t>r Ports?
mouth; ari ivie? at all point* North of Bichmond
at the same time bv either ronfc Connection is
made at Gohisbnro'with Pus? eng cv Train? on the
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to and from
Wilmington, and Freiph? Tra ia to Weldon. Also
to Newborn, on A. A N. C. Road
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., April 10, 18G9.
THF. ANNUAL MEETING of tho Stockholders
of tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Company will be held in Columbia on THURS?
DAY, the 29th instant, at lO o'clock A. M.
(Stockholders holding scrip in their own names,
(or as administrator or executor,) will be passed
to and from said meeting freu of charge; and
tiioso holding five shares or more, for six months
provious, aro entitled to have thoir wives and
childron residing with them passed alno freo of
charge. Dy the charter, no ono bnt a stockholder
can represent stock as a proxy. All proxies to bo
valid require a ton cent rovenuo stamp for caoh
name. C. V. CARRINGTON, Nocretary.
?i~ l'apors publishing by agreement insert
weekly until meeting. Apfil ll
OFFICE Cu AK corn; ANO S. C. RAILROAD CO.,
COLUMBIA, H. C., April H, i860.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of tho Stockholders
of this Company will bo hold in this citv, on
WEDNESDAY, tho 21st instant.
Thensual privilegos, as respects freo pasaos,
will bo accorded to Stockholders and their fami?
lies. C. H. MAN80N,
April 9 10 Secretary.
THE CENTRAL S HOHlT LINE.
Cit Uil.OTTE ANO S. C. AND C. AKD A. R. R.,
Coi.i" M HI A , S. C., April 10, 1869.
_ THE FOLLOWING
135 rast an ra6ii^"SS5^Sclieou'0 WM| B? INTO
999.?it99?^K^W*eITect over tho NEW
SHORT LINE,TO-MORROW, (Sunday,) 11th inst.
Connections sure to all points North, South or
Going North. | | Going South.
Leave. 8.50 a m Augusta j Arrive. 4.45 p m
" 9.45 a m Granitevillo | Leave 4 15pm
" 2.00 p m Columbia j " 12.10 p m
'. 8 25pm Charlotto " 5.45 am
" l.:t0 a m Greensboro " 12.15 am
" 11.15 am Richmond " 2.45 pm
" 8 40pm Washington ?' 7.00 am
" 10 30 pm Baltiraoro " 4.40 am
" 2 '25 a m Philadelphia " 12.25 a m
Arrivo.G.05 a m Now York " 8.40 p m
Making chico connections ab Charlotto to all
points North and Kaet, and at Augusta to all
points South and West.
Faro as low an by competing lines.
Buggago checked throngh.
To iufuro SPEED, SAFETY and COMFORT, be
sure and ask for Tickets ri? Columbia and Ora
First-class Eating Houses along tho entire
Tickets by thisrouto are OPTION AL- either rta
Danville and Itichmond, Weldon and Richmond,
?ir Weldon and Old Bay Line-good until used.
For Tickets to all principal points North, South
or West, apply at Ticket Office, foot Blanding
street, or for other information to
C. BOUKN1GHT, Superintendent,
Or, E. R. DORSEY,.General Freight and Ticket
Agent. _April ll
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
Amur. 9, 1809.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11TH instant, the
following Schedule for PASSENGER TRAIN8,
will bo observed:
DAY PA68ENOEB TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.7.45 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. C. 10 p. m.
NIOUT EXl'RESH TRAIN.
Leaving Cornubia at. 5.50 p. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 4.45 a. m.
Will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Arriving in Columbia at.11.00 a. m.
Leaving Columbia at....2.20 p.m.
Tho Train now running between Columbia and
Ringville, in connection with the Through Mail
Tram, will be taken off on Sunday, April ll.
H. T. PEAEE,
April 10 General Superintendent.
Charlotte and South Carolina and Columbia
and Augusta Railroad Ccmpanies.
COLUMBIA, 8.-0., AprirlO, 1869.
next, Passenger Trains will run as follows:
. noiNu "uoBTn.
Leavo Granitevillo-, at..9.45 a. m.
Columbia, 8. C., at. 2.00 p. ta.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 8.15 p. m.
Loave Charlotte, N. C., at.5.i5*.m.
?' Columbia, 8. C., at.la.lflF"
Arrive at Granitoville, S. O. 4.TO p. m.
Through Tickets on sale for all principal'pointe
North and South. Baggage checked throngh.
Oloso and continuous connections made North
and South. Passengers reach Augusta at 4.15
p. m. CALEB BOUKNIGHT, Superintendant.
April ll _
Greenville ana Columbia Railroad. -
PASSENGER Train? run
1 daily, Bm day excepted, con?
necting with Night Train on Charleston Railroad:
Lve Colombia 7.00 a.m. Lve Greenville 6.00 a.m.
; " Alston 8.66 M " Andereon C.45
" Newberry 10.85 " M Abbcv?Je 8.45 "
Arr Abbeville 3.30'p^m V Nowberry 1.25 p.m.
"Anderson 5.15 * " Alston 8.00 .?
"Greenville 6.00 " Arr Columbia 6.00 p.m.
Trains on Bine Ridge Railroad run as follows:
Lve Anderson 5.20 p.m. Lve Walhalla 4.00 a.m.
" Pendleton (5.20 '* " r*nd)ct<iii 5-40 .?
Arr Walhalla 8.00 " Arr Anderson 8 40 "
The train will return from Belton to Anderdon
on Mondav and Fridsv mori'ings.
JAMES O. M1* I?I I)1'J ll. GA a* i*l lop't.
Spartanburg and Union Eailroad.
PASSENGER Tiaiiis have Fpartan
* 'burg Court House Mondays, Wtdn<e
days and Fridays, at 7 A. M., and arrive at Alston
1.20 P. M., connecting with tho Greenville Down
Train and trains for Charlotto and Charleston.
OnTuetdaye, Thursdays act' falurdays, tho Up
Passenger Trains, connecting with thc Orecnvllle
Up Traim?, leavo Alston 9 A. M. snd arrive Spar?
tanburg Court House :! '?0 P. M., as follows:
Doun Train. Uti Train.
Mili ?. Arrive. Leave. Ari ive. Leave.
Spartanburg.... 0 7.00 '?..20
Pacolet. 10 7.45 7 4M 2 82 2.35
Jonesville.1? 825 8 30 1.60 1.66
UnionvUlo. 28 9.15 9.40 12.40 1.05
Santuc,.37 10.1G 10.21 12.03 12.08
Hhelton _ 48 11.10 11.12 11.06 11.08
Lyle? Ford.62 1130 11.38 10 ?9 10.42
.Strother.66 12,02 12.05 10.12 10.16
Alston.68 1.20 9,00
Jan 7 THOR. B. JETER, President.
Laurena Railroad-Kew Schedule.
MAIL Trains on Ibis Road run to
"retnrn on same day, to connect with
np and down Trains on Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurena at 6 A. M.,
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAY8 and SATURDAYS,
and leaving Helena at 1.80 P. M. same dayl?.
_Julyj?_J. 8. BOWERS. Bnperintepdc nt
I?xffcfi BUSHELS Prime Western CORN, for
?*J\J\J salo, io lots to suit purchasers.
March M E. A G. D. HOPE.