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PHE PH CEN IX,
TOUtdSaKD HAILY AND TKI-WEEELT.
Tri jg ?LgAN&R,
r.VJCHT WiiDMr.SD.l? MOBNINO.
jr JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDirOU AXD PUOPBIKTOB.
Utile J on Richardson. Street, near Taylor
*?*8ook and Job Printing of every descrip?
tion promptly and faithfully attended to.
Daily, six months, $4 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 ?Ki
Wjokly, 1 50.
Iuaerted in the Daily at 76 cents per square
f >r the first and 50 cents each subsequent m
B?rtion. Long advertisements by the week,
month-or year, at reasonable rates._
Mother ftooie Modified.
There was a man in Washington,
And he was wondrous wise,
He used his office as a bait
For gifts of every eir.e;
And when his term was out he strove,
With all his might and main,
To take another four years' chance
Of getting gifts again.
Little Boan Grant
Has lost his "plant,"
And had botter never mind it,
But coaeo to roam,
And go quietly home,
For Horace, is gone to lind it.
What care I how high I be,
Little gifts can lower me;
If little can't, why, larger can,
For I'm tho nation's gifted man.
Bah, bah, black man,
H a YO you any wool?
Yes, yes, massa, two bags full;
One for Mama' Orant bieself to disguise,
And one for him to pull over odder person's |
DRESSING: POR CHURCH.-There was a
time when good taste demanded the nse
of the plainest clothes in the sanctuary,
when the wealthiest were distinguished
for their conspicuous absence of person?
al adornment, and sartorial display was
a mark of vulgarity, at snoh times and
plaoes. Bat now it wonld almost appear
as if, whatever might be thought of a
modest garb in other places, the proper
costumo for the house of God, where,
theoretically we all go to be reminded of |
oar common origin and destiny, were an
agglomeration of all the jewelry, and all
the chignons, and all the paniers, and
all the feathers and furbelows in one's
wardrobe. The wearer is to carry al)
this piled agony to the sanctuary as to a j
fair-as if hor errand were not so mnoh !
to praise as to be appraised-and there
employ the sacred time ia envious com?
parison of her own mountain of milli?
nery with the Himalayan triumphs of
A wild man has beeu seen at San Pe?
dro Bay, Fla. He is said to be entirely
covered with hair, and as wild and aa
fleet as a buck. When first seen he was
feeding on whortleberries, and ns soon
as made aware of the presence of a per?
son, ran into the swamp. It is supposed
to be some fellow who deserted during,
the war and sought (.helter iii the swamp.
An exchange says "an Iowa mau
traded his wife for a shuck mattress aud
a bottle of mucilage." The mucilage,
we presume, was to make him stick to
An editor says his ancestors have been
in the habit of living 1UU yeurs. His op?
ponent responds by saving that "that
was before the introduction of capital
ST?TO OF SOOTH CAROLINA,
HEADQ'B NAT'L COM. Lrn'ii REP'NS,
COLOMBIA, 8. C., August 28, 1872.
All voters of this State, who are in
favor of the election of Greeley and
Brown to the Presidency and Vice-Pre?
sidency of the United States, and of the
organization of a Liberal Repnblioan
party, on tho basis of the Cincinnati
platform, are respectfully and earnestly
requested to take immediate steps to or?
ganize the party, aud to form Greeley
and Brown Clubs in every voting pre?
cinct of this State. Let the young men
enter aotively upon this work.
Secretaries of clubs will confer a favor
by sending lo this office notioes of their
organizations and their locations, toge?
ther with a list of their officers, at as
early a day as practicable.
S. A. PEARCE, JR.,
Member Nat'l Com. for State of S. C.
HEADQUARTERS TRUE REPUBLICANS,
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, Sept. 3, 1872.
County Chairmen appointed at the
Convention of True Republicans recent?
ly held at the oity of Columbia, and pre?
sided over by ex-Gov. Jamos L. Orr, are
hereby specially requested to report im?
mediately to these headquarters; also,
all others who may have suggestions to
make, or information to impart, in refo
renoe to the inauguration of au honest
State administration. All communica?
tions should be addressed to James
Brennan, Columbia, S. C.
C. 0. BOWEN,
Chairman State Executive Committee.
JAMES BRENNAN, 8eoy aud Trea'r.
8eogers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Gococulua Indiens Fish
Berries to make sleepy or headache.
Fresh Country Batter.
.}r\C\ LBS. choleo COUNTRY BUTTER,
?U\J\J for sale by HOPE A GYLES.
Selling Oat Below Cost. ~~~
PINE JET SET-only 50 cents-at
PIGS' FEET SOUSED,
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
All fresh and for sale low for cash bv
June 16_HOPE A OYLES.
Pure Angelica Wine.
ON draught, CALIFORNIA ANGELICA, a
delicious and puro Wine for invalids
and eummer use, jost received and for salo
lo* by_JOIIN AGNEW A SON.
A whole family cured of bilion|ne7s vrith
ono box of Heinitsh's Blood and Liver Pills.
Thia is cheap practioo. How is it? Why, th
pills arc good.
A Choice Li?t of 8inging Books
For the9 Coming Musical Season.
THE STANDARD! By L. O, Emerson, of
Boston, and H. R. Palmer, of Chicago.
Prico $1.50; $13 50 p??" dozen. Firat edition
exhausted. Next edition already aold. Thia
Church MUB?O Book, tho joint product of th?
best talent of the East and Weat, will bo used
immensely, both Weat and East. Uood for
Chorus Classes. Good for Quartette Choirs.
Good for Covventions. Good for Societies
and Singing Schools. Send, at least, for spe?
cimen copy, which will be mailed for the pro
Bont, post-paid, for $1 25.
[NOTE.-JuBt published, Strauss' New MAN?
HATTAN WALTZ, first played, with great
success, in New York. Frico fl.]
Tb? Hour of Hinging! By Emerson and
Tilden. Price $1. Good, practical, interest?
ing'High School Binding Book. Already
highly approved and widely used. Excellent
also for Seminaries.
Sparkling Jtunlc*! Sabbath School Song
Book. Prico 35 cents. None who try it can
help liking it.
Pilgrim's Ilarpl For Social Meetings. CO
cents. Vory couvonhmt size. Moderato price.
250 tunes. ?tell-Holecttd music
?oiitrn Hobin: Foi Common School?. 50
cents. An established favorite, which has a
**r Music and M woe Books mailed, post
froo, on receipt of retail pricea.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Bonton.
C. H. DITSON & CO., New York.
Sept 4 _
$500.000 CASH DISTRIBUTION.
A FIXED FACT,
SEPTEMBER 28 TI IK DAY.
YOUR TIOKETS ROW OR NEVER.
THE vast sales of tickets already made, and
the increasing demand for them from all
quarters, having determined the Trustees that
the Grand Gift Concert for the benefit of the
Public Library of Kentucky, advertised for
SATURDAY, September 28, 1872, shall posi?
tively come off on that day without postpone?
ment, the management now notifi?e all who
expect to participate in the drawing that they
should buy their tickets at once. Delay for a
few daya caused many who wanted tickets at
the concert in December laat to go without
them. Borne living in Louisville waited until
sales were closed, expecting, no doubt, apost
non o ment, and then offered 115. $20, and even
$35 for tickets which the day before were offer?
ed to purchasers at the regular price. Others
living at a distance sent thousands of dollars
by mail and express, which got hero after
sales wero closed, and had to be sent back.
These disappointments need not oocur again,
if the warning now given in due season is
The drawing will begin precisely at 6 o'clock
Saturday morning, September 28,1872, in the
great hall of the Public Library building, and
continue until the 1,000 gifts aro all drawn,
i.i.t of Gifts.
One Grand Gift, cash.$100,000
One Grand Gift, cash. 50,000
One Girt, cash. 25,000 j
One Gift, ca*h. 20,000
One Gift, cash. 15,000
One Gift, caah. 10,000
One Gift, cash. 9,000
One Gift, caah. 8 OOO
Ono Gift, cash. 7,000
One Gift, cash. G.000
One Gift, "ash. 5,000
Ono Gift, cash. 4,000
One Gift, cash. . 3,000
4 Gifts of $2.000 each, cash. 8.000
15 Gifts of $1.000 each, cash. 15,006
20 Gifts of $900 each, cash. 18.000
21 Gifts of $800 each, cash. 1(3.800
25 Gitta of $700 each,-cash. 17,600
35 Gifts of $000 each, caah. 21,000
45 Gifts of $500 each, cash. 22,500
50 Gifts of $400 each, cash. 20.000
CO Gifts of $300 each, cash. 18,000
lOOGiflsof $200 each, cash... 20.000
|Cl2Giftaof $100 each, ca?h. 01,200
Total, 1,000 Gifts, all caah _?500.0?0
Tho Convert itself will be the most brilliant
orchestral display that ever occurred in the
Weet. Ono hundred porformeis, gathered
from all parts of this country and from
Europe, under tho direction nf Prof. Hast,
i will contribute to this grand musical carnival.
And to alford ample room for every ticket
holder to erjoy such an uuusual musical fes?
tival, the Concert will bo given in Central
Park, where arrangements havo been made to
I accommodate all who may come,
Persons holding whole, half or quarter
tickets will be admitted to both the Concert
and Drawing, and none without such tickets
will be admitted to either.
PBIOE OF TICKETS.
Wholo tickets, $10; halves, $5; quarters,
I $2 50; ll whole tickets, $100; 28 Tor $255; 5f> for
I $500; 119 for $1,000; 285 for $2,500; 575 for
$5,000. No discount on lees thau $100 worth
of tickets at a time.
In accordance with numerous solicitations,
arrangements have been made with all the
railroad and steamboat lines leading into the
city for the sale of round-trip tickets, good
for six days, to all persons who may wisli to
attend the Concert or Drawing. Such tickets
will be furnished by the Louisville and Nash?
ville Railroad, the Louisville, Cincinnati and
Lexington Railroad, the Louisville, Indian?
apolis and Madison Railroad, the Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad, the Louisville and Cin?
cinnati Mail-boat Line, and the Louisville,
Owensboro and Henderson Mail Line Packets.
All agents are required to clown sales and
make their returns in full time to reaoh this
office by Thursday, September 25. To do this
successfully, those located at great distances
must close some da] s before the 25th.
All tickets to which gifts are awarded will
be paid without discount by the Farmers' and
Drovers' Bank, either in currency, or by night
J draft upon the Fourth National Bank of New
York, at option of the holder. Tho tickets
must first bo presented at this office, Room'
No. 4, Public Library building, before they
will bo paid by the bank.
Tho drawing will bo published in tho Louis?
ville papers and Now York Herald, and official
copies sent to purchasers to whom tickets
have been sent by letter.
THOMAS E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library of Kentucky.
Public Library Building, Louisville, Kv.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Colonade Itoxo, Vendue Hange, Charleston, S. C,
Scotch, Fig and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply of
In store, 100 tons EGLINTON PIG.
Butter, Cheese, &c.
TUB8 choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
Boxes choice Goshen Cheese,
1,000 pounds Breakfast Strips,
10 barrels Pearl Grist and Big Hominy.
All frosh and lor eale by
July 10_HOPE A OY LES.
Look Out for K. K.'S!
Mareil 2? j JOHN C. REEGEBK'
American Club Fish.
A DELICIOUS relish ; bettor
and much cheaper than Sardines. Forsale
by_HOPE A GYLES.
A CERTAIN CURE Fon Gnius AND FEVER
First take tho Blood and Liver Fills, to work
off the bile and purify the blood; three or
four will bo sufficient. Then take a table
spoonful of HEINITSH S CHILL CURE. It
has been tried; we know it.
Book. Job and Newspaper
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WAIT FOR THE BIGGEST
A W T0> THE BEST!
AT MLilBlf, \ C., Hi KIMI I llK MONTH HF OCTOBER.
OLD JOHN ROBINSON'S
CIRCUS AND MENAGERIE!
THE BIGGEST .\ND BEST I S Til". WOULD. Four sepaiaU- Traine. Over 1,000 Men
and Horace. Tin M ant mn: ii Tenta Among the spacial feature?, are the only living
RHINOCEROS, or UNP'ohN ur Holt Writ: ? pair of Giant OSTRICHES; nine living mons?
ter SEA LIONS, and over f. ny cage? o: ANIMALS, together with
A Museum of Over 1,000 Specimens of Animate and Inanimate
Nature, and the Best Circus in the World !
Over Five Hundred Living Wild Animals I
Beeiden Ladies. Children, and their atti wlants. and more Men, Horses, Animals, Curiosities,
Cages, Performers, and originality ami novelty than any exhibition in tho world, and it is
to-day what lor years the management hus been desirouB of making it,
THE LARGEST, TUE BEST, THE MOST UNOBJECTIONABLE
Exhibition in existence, requiring special trains of NINETY CABS.
For this grand tour it ha* more limn quadrupled its former huge catalogue of attractions,
and now requires the enormous amount of
120,000 SIMM FIT O? CAMS,
Which is sufficient on y to make the TEN TEXTS u^ed by this vaet combination, and so ar?
Four Mammoth Pleasure Pavilions!
Are continually "pen tn the public, the largest of whijh is capable of seating comfortably
TWELVE THOUSAND PEOPLE The tiiiiul'or of feet ol canvas u-ed to manufacture these
tents would, if so arranged, be suflicieut t.j ? over a walk of over seven milos long and nearly
four feet wide.
Under this mammoth pavilion are exhibited FIVE HUNDRED LIVING WILD ANIMALS,
principal among which is the celebrated
RHINOCEROS, OR UNICORN OF HOLY WRIT!
THE ELAND, LIONS, TIGERS, LEOPARDS, BEARS, MONKEYS,
HIPPOPOTAMUS, HORNED HORSE, OURANG OUTANG,
NYLGHAU, CABIA CARA, IBEN, TAPIR, REINDEER,
SLOTH, LAMA, FEMALE KANGAROO, ANT?
EATER, CHAMOIS, ARMADILLO,
CA MEL ORA RD, H YENA S,
Principal among the ?pi cimctie of Ornithology, are a
Pair of Giant Ostriches!
Cassowary, Condor, Birds of Paradise, while Nine Monster
That have bec ii purchased at an enormous expense, can at all times bc seen sporting in a
hugo tank lilied with ocean water. Thousands of curiosities aro to be witnessed iu tho
In the Fqaestriau Pavilion, MOUE PERFORMERS, Male, Female and Juvenile, than any
show in the world, besides the
Elephant Empress, Four Monkey Riders,
Troup of Trained Dogs, Performing Lions,
And more Trained Horses and Ponies than ever were feen under canvas, and is the only Cir?
cos in America that actually presents coote thin g now for the season ol 1872.
Remember, OLD JOHN ROBINSON will not be hore until October. Look out foi1 tho
GRAP STREET DISPLAY I OVER TWO HILES LONG !
BE ON HAND EARLY TO SEE IT.
Ono price of admission to the combined exhibition, given with Ten Immense Tents, re?
quiring Ninety Cars to transport this vaut combination.
?y Don't confound the dat - of our coming willi I bat of any other show, good, bad or in?
different, but remember that tho Bi? Show will exhibit at C .lunihia duri jg OCTOBER.
Admission to all the Tents 75 cents. Children under Ten yeaig, 50 tents.
REMEMBER THE FOLLOWING -linell exhibition is htlil nmlor a SEPARATE TENT,
and whilo ono ticket and one price ii.hu its tt> all, yet tin? ..XII,. ? nd em ri noes am so nrranged,
?ind tho separation so completo, t li Ht a person \ i.-itim th? Must um. or M nagerio.or Aviaiy,
in Tents 1, 2 and :), neither HC es nor hr ars s ny thing rola* i PH lu Hie ?'iren* in Tent No. i.
ONE MILLION DOLLARS invested; daily ixpeit?t? FIVE I'll CUSA ND DOLLARS, and
is positively thc
LARGEST SHOW ON EARTH/
Read Ute programmes, catalogues and fut ure advei ILniaeiils tor full di tails of this unap?
proachable orgiiifzati >n. Sept 5
Change of Schedule.
WILMINGTON, CoLtMEIA & AV UV KV ? ll. R.Co.
SCPKBINTENDENT'B O? FICE.
WILMINGTON, N. C., Julv 31. Ib72.
C5? Vin ngWftOttv. AFTER tliia dato th?
MEjgggMgBBgfollowing echedule will
ht? run by trainB un this roan:
DAY EXPBESS THAIN [DAILY. ]
Leave Wilmington tUniou Denot I 8.25 A.M.
Arrivo at Florence. 9.13 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 1.35 PM.
Leave Columbia. 12 00 M.
Arrive at Florene?. 4.10 P.M.
Arrivo Wilmington [Union Depot] 10.25 P. M.
?IOUT EXPBE8B THAIN.
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot] 5.45 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. .... n.88 P. M.
Arrivo at Columbia.... 8^45 A.'M.
Leavo Columbia.10.20 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 2?09A?M.
Arrivo at Wilmington._ 8.00 A! M.
No NIGHT TRA1N8 leavt Wilmington or
Columbia Bun day P.M.
July 31 J AH. ANDERSON, Gen'l Spp't.
Charlotte. Colombia and Angosta R. R
COLIMHIA, 8. C., June 9, 1872.
SSfhEfflaHBfel 0N and after Monday,
flB?!ra?9f?3f?juue ll, tho following
belledale will be run over thia road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Charlotte.(1.00 A. M. 8.20 P.M.
Leave Columbia.1.54P.M. 3.40 A.M.
Arrive Augusta.7.45tP. M. 8.20 A. M.
Leave Augusto.C 35 A. M. 5.50 P. M.
Leave Columbia_12 3G P. M. 11.1-2 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.7.42 P. M. COO A.M.
Standard Timo ten minutes slower than
Washington; tis minutie ahead Columbia.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Roth trains make cloeo con?
nection to all pointB North, South and West.
Through tickets Bold and baggage checked
to all principal pointB.
E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DOUBEY,Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
Egffi^feffiP^jffiTRAINS Srun dailv*
Sundays excepted, connecting with Night
Trains on Benth Carolina Railroad up and
down; with Trains going North and South
on Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road, and Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Leavo Columbia at. 7.15 a.m.
Leave Alston. 9.05 a.m.
Leave Newberry.10.40 a. m.
Leavo Cokesbury.2.00 p.m.
Leave Belton. 3.60 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 5 30 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 7.80 a.m.
Leave Belton. 9.30 a.m.
Leave Cokesbury.11.15 a. m.
Leave Newberry. 2.30 p. m.
Leave Alston. 4.20 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia. G CO p. m.
Anderson Brandt and Blue Bidge Division.
Leave Walhalla. 5.45 a. m. Arrive 7.15 p. m.
Leave Perrjville 6.25 a. m. 6.85 p. m.
Leave Pendleton 7.10 a. m. 5.50 p. m.
Leave Anderson 8.10 a.m. 4.60 p.m.
Arrive at Belton 9.00 a. m. Leave 3.60 p. m.
Accommodation Trains run on Abbeville
Branch on Mondays, Wedneeda)s and Fri?
days. On Anderson Branch, between Belton
and Andereon, on Tuesdays, Thur?days and
THOMAS DOD?ME?D, Gen. Sup.
JABEZ NORTON, General Ticket Agent.
Richmond and Danville Bailroad.
BataKBKI CONDENSED TIME
Kl^T^TABLE, in effect on and
alter Sunday, June 2,1872:
STATIONS. MAIL. EXPHESS.
Leavo Greensboro._1.15 A.M. 10.00 A.M.
Leave Danville.3.64 A. M. 12.48 P. M.
Leave Burkville. 9.10 A.M. 5.45 P.M.
Leave Amelia CH_10.02 A. M. 6.40 P. M.
Arrive at Richmond.. .12.02 P. M. 8.47 P. M.
Leave Richmond. 2.85 P.M. .5.20 A.M.
Leave Amelia CH.4.50P. M. 7.20 A. M.
Leavo Burkville. 5.45 P.M. 8 28.A. M.
Leave Danville.10.60 P. M. 12.55 P. M.
Arrive at Greensboro.. 1.10 A. M. 8.50 P. M.
Trains leaving Richmond at 2.85 P. M., and
at 5.20 A. M., connect at Greensboro with
trains on North Carolina Division, for all
points South. Passengers leaving Richmond
at 2.35 P. M., conneot at Greensboro with
train for all pointB East of Greensboro. Pas?
senger train leaving, Raleigh at 7.60 P. M.,
eonnectB at Greensboro with Northem-bonnel
Mail train, arriving in Richmond at 12 02 P.
M. JOHN R. MACMURDO,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. M. H. TALCOT, Engineer and Gen. Sup't.
NORTH CAHOL.INA DIVISION.
STATIONS. MAIL. EXPBEfK.
Leave- Charlotte.8.40 P. M. 6.SU A. M.
Leave Sa?leburv.10.47 P. M. 8.47 A. M.
Leavo High Point.12.28 A. M. 10.19 A. M.
Arrivo at Greensboro. 1.09 A.M. 11.10A.M.
Leave Greensboro_ 1 50 A. M. 11.10 A. M.
Leave Company Shops 3 SO A. M. 12 21 P. M.
Leave Hillsboro.4.38 A. M.
Leave Raleigh. 7 30 A. M.
Arrive at Goldaboro... 10 10 A. M.
Leave Goldibero.4.00 P. M.
Leave Raleigh. 7.15 P. M.
Leavo Rilbiboro.0.31 P. M.
LeaveCompanyShope.il 10 P. M. 2.15 P. M.
Arrive at Greensboro.12.24 A. M. 3.80 P. M.
Leave Greensboro_1.10 A. M. 4.C0 P. M.
Leave High Point.... 1.62 A.M. 4.40 P.M.
Leavo Salisbury. 8 32 A. M. 6.13 P. M.
Arrivo at Charlotte... 5.35 A. M. 8.10 A.M.
Paeecnger train leaving Raleiph 11 7.15 P.
M., connects at Greensboro with. Northern
bound train; making the quickest time to all
Northern cities. Price of tickets same as rta
other routes. Mail trains daily, both wa\s,
over entire length of road. Express daily
between Company Shops and Charlotte (Sun?
days excepted.) AU passenger trainB connect
at Greensboro with trains to and from Rich?
mond. Pullman Palace Carson all night trains
between Charlotte and Richmond, without
change. S. E. ALLEN. Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. H. QUEEN, Master Transportation.
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COI.UMU?A, S. C., June 9,1872.
Saus toaras' 3?? ?;
and alter Sunday, 21 th instant:
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at.7 40 am
Arrive at Charleston at.8 20 P in
Leave Charleston at.8.11t a m
I rrivo at Columbia at.3.40 p ni
N'IOUT ?XPREKB, FBEIOHT AND ACCOMMODATION
TRAIN, [SundayB excepted.]
Leavo Columbia at..... . . -6.50 P ni
Arrive at Charleston at.7.00 s ia
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.6.40 a na
Camden Accommodation Train will cc-n.
t'nueto mn to Columbia as formerly-Mon?
days. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. t. TXLER, Vice-PreBidert.
S. B. PICKINS, General Ticket Agent.
Summer Schedule S. & U. R. R"
OTT^gaiC DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN
*^8!^w* Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave
Spartanburg.. 5 80 5.25
Bateaville. C.Of) 6.C0 4.63 4.53
Pacolct. 0 08 q.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. ?.43 0.48 4.05 4.10
Unionville. 7.25 7.C0 3.05 3.25
Sabino. 8 20 8 25 2 30 2.85
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Shelton. ?U5 9.20 1.85 1.40
Lylea* Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10.05 10.10 12.50 12 55
May 24 THOS. B. JETER.Prneident