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ANANIAS-SO TO SPEAK.
'c= his namin An;ania=.
Andlib ihnt over pions,
.And hi- ere-s -re on thel b ia;,
~ So to s,Wfti
And his oI:lV aim au:l bent is
NObbv cl"Othinl'-- thiE 'rent is
.Just a bit WWn 1.1" 'd's
Like and weak.
And this Ieati "-w4ihted gent be
Though no: over one-:iti-twe ity
haz of knowlecge niuite a plenty.
So to speak;
For he'd rath'-r be a-pranicing.
And kio-kin, at a dancing.
Than his stock of wi enlhancilng
L'e-:irling G. reek.
Though he apet the drawl anti stammer
When he (l>s hi. sleelt claW-halmmer.
Yet he always shoots hi; gram.mar,
So to speak ;
And he quest ions very rarely
(So his clothes are h:tnging fairly.)
If his brain be fashioned rlnarely.
No. he hae no eiat:1ion.
And his beauty took vacation
'Bout the time of his creation,
So to speak
And upon mature rellection.
Taking each distinct bikection,
I've decided Liz complexion's
Thouh hi; shirt ha!4 not a rimple,
Nor hi, beardless chin a dimple,
Yet lie boasts a chronic pimple
On his beak;
And his voice is not reliant,
For at. times it is deliant.
And at times it is a pliant
Now it seems to ie so funny
Th .t this lalf-demecnted sonny
Should he loaded down with money,
So to speak ;
W"hil' :e writ er of thik ditty,
Who vol see is rather witty,
Has to scrub about the city
On his cheek.
-As. S. Foster.
W. It. WEST, EDITORt.
The following sentiment was ut
tered by Daniel Webster in a speech
in the United States Senate:
'-Sir, I say it is employment that
makes the people happy. Sir. the
great truth should he placed on the
title page of every book on political
economy intended for America and
such countries as America. It ought
to be placed in every farmer's maga
zine. It should be proclaimed every
where, notwithstanding what we hear
of the usefulness-and I admit, of
the high usefulness of cheap food
rotwithstanding that, the great truth
should be proclaimed everywhere,
should be made into a proverb if it
could, that when there is work for
the hands and brain there will be
work for the teeth. Where there is
employment there will be bread.
And in a country like our own, above
all others, will this truth be good--a
country like ours, where. with a great
deal of spirit and activity among the
masses. if they can find employment,
there is always willingness for labor.
If they can obtain fair compensation
for their labor, they will have good
houses, good clothing, good food, and
the means of educating their children;
their work will be cheerfully per.
formed, and they will be a contented
and happy people."
Study Your Pupils.
Often our greatest mistake is made
iu. the beginning. The first impres
sion is the lasting onie. We go into
a new school, and start with the idea
that these little children are just like
those others we have been teaching,
forgetful of the fact that there is no
duplicate in Gods creation. You
need to study that child in a psycho
logical way. The child needs to be
studied so as to draw out of him that
instilled motive that will best elevate
the race. It is said, as the twig is
bent, so will the tree grow, admitting
that, we should know the direction
of the twig. G3ramatically, the twig.
among whom we have to labor is cer
tainlv wrongfully bent. With a
little logic this bad grammar speak
ing of other races has been charged
to us. I believe there are things in
stilled into the child at home that is
a greater bar to the teacher's pro
gress, and with a close study of the
child and that only, the goal may be
reached. ,Just as soon as the child
learns there is a new teacher to take
charge of the scloo)l it commences to
study him, and as soon as he enters
on the grounds every little fellow is,
an artist, the teacher is the object of
the whtole schl.
Teachers will notice the time for
holding public examinations is 1
chauged from the months of .Jan uaryv
and July to Ai>ril and October.- A
large number of teachers is desired
to be present at the next teachers'
meeting which will co nv'ene on the
last Saturday inSt. Attending th,
association certainlyv shows the in-.
terest von have in the work.1
The picnic of the Helena school
will couue off on the 29th, which is
under the charg.e of C. WV. Whitmire. t
Al o S. L. Kienntedy's on tihe 30Qthu.
A large number of our teachers
have closedl with mucih success, and
are resting from their labors.
wvrites: "One or my (customeirs. Mrs. Lanisa
Pike. na:rton ia, Ra:tiolph (o.. Ind., was a
long o.uirerer wih Lentsumtption, and wa
givent iu to di by her ph.ysiciants. She heard
ofl)r. Xing:s New iicovery or Consiuption. I
and began biuying it of mte. In six months' te
time the wrdke to this city. a dij.tanfceof siX a
miles. and is ntow so ittcht improved she has o
quit using it. Shte feelts she owes her life to it. p
Free Trini Bottles' at D)r. s. F. Fant's Drug F
To Grab Part of York County.
Capt. S. B. Alexander, of Char
lotte, North Carolina, was one of the
visitors at the Secretary of State's
office yesterday. le was examining
various maps and surveys with a view
to ascertaining something about the
boundary liue between Mecklenbur,
County in North Carolina and por
tions of York and Lancaster Coun
ties in South Carolina.
The fact is known that the Old
North State has for a long time had
an eye on some desirable territory
of South Carolina, and recently she
has been taking steps toward assert
ing her claims to portions of York
and Lancaster. North Carolina has
from time immemorial claimed that
the boundary line was inaccurate
and that South Carolina was in pos
session of territory that rightfully
belonged to North Carolina. This
claim, on the part of North Carolina,
dates away back, and is the only
ground upon which North Carolina
has claimed Andrew Jackson as hav
ing been born on her soil. The ter
ritory claimed by North Carolina is
no small slice of our territory. If
we mistake not it embraces the whole
of Fort Mill township in York county
-a large, fertile and prosperous sec
tion, lying on the east side of the
Catawba River and watered by Steel
and Sugar creeks and their tributa
ries. North Carolina doubtless wants
to scoop in all the South Carolina
territory lying on that side of the
river and is bent on making the river
the North Carolina boundary as far
down as the confluence of Sugar
creek and the Catawba, several miles
below the bridge of the Charlotte.
Columbia and Augusta railroad, be
yond Rock Hill.
Captain Alexander, who was in our
city yesterday examining into the
matter, was recently appointed by
Gov. Scales, of North Carolina, to
act in the capacity of a commission
er on behalf of that State in settling
The Governor of North Carolina in
vited the Governor of South Carolina
to-to appoint a commissioner on be
half of South Carolina, but Governor
Thompson has replied to Governor
Scales setting forth that no authority
lies in him to make such appoint
ment. During Gov. Hagood's admin
istration a commissioner was appoint
d on behalf of South Carolina and a
urvey was made, but there the mat
er seems to have rested.
The Raleigh Observer says in this
"Mr. Arthur Winslow went to
harlotte on Monday to run the line
etween North Carolina and South
arolina, on the border of Mlecklen
urg. If a map of this State is ex
ained it will be noticed that a very
qeer little angle in South Carolina
rojects into this State, like a spear
ead, as if it intended to pierce
orth Carolina. It is said that this
ittle angle, which is really not v-eryl
mall, of right is North Carolina ter
ritory. The surv-ey, a very careful
ne, is to be made under the super
'ision of commissioners representing
orth Carolina and South Carolina.
t looks very probable that Mecklen
urg county will get a good slice of
ork county, S. C."-ColumMa Rev/
Simple 3latch Trick .
To lift three matches by means of
)ne, it is necessary to make an inci
ion in the end of a match and in
ert the pointed end of a second
atch into this incision. Place them
n the table with a third match rest
g against them for a support '[len
)resent a match to any one who may
e ook g on, and ask them to raise
e three together by means of the
natch in hand.
Bear lightly against the two
natches that are joined until the
hird falls against the one held in the
tand. Then raise it, and all three
ill be lifted together.
) though this trick, which we find
lescribed in a French paper, Le
'hercheir,- is probably as ancient as
e art of making matches, our juve
ie readers may tind it of interest.
Lnd possibly it may afford them a
talf hours amusement at recess t me.
We may safely assume that the eIx
reme depression which has charae
erizedl the man ufacturing business
)t the civilized nations during recent
mnes is and will continue to be less
elt in the South than in almost anyv
her region, because here the mnanu
*acturing output is not yet adequate
o the home demand for consumption.
Jntil the develcopment has extended
ir beyond any reasonable expecta
ion of p)resent p)rogress, it will not
c unsafe for our people to invest
icr surplus earnings is manufac
ures of almost any sort fancy may.
ictate. 'rhe returns of any- well
managed business are certain to be
nexcess of the p)rofits which simi
rly invested capital can achieve in
e North or East.- Yen: Orlb-,s
Bucklen's Armca Salve.
The Best 2a i-ec the workd for Cu1ts. sores-.
ruises, U 1ers,. Salt Rheum. Fever sores. Tet
r, Chapped Hands. Chiniblains. Corns. and
II Skin Eruptions, and positiv-ely cures piles.
rno pay required. It is guaranteed to give
erfect satisraction. or money refunded.
rice %5 cents per box. For sale by Dr. s. F.
TI w never - - rVe! (
puCy 't,n:: a:!Fa :- . . r
T 1: ...!Ir (\ ' \ :1..v r
1:ot beC -old in i. : : i . - -.. i .: id
("'ilow te, . .!hor' . -.. : : :r ' pla ph
P I-J, C(. NW s t,N 1-y
CHILLS A7 FE/ER
- CR FE ER AN'D cUE.J
Per)rnanent ly 'c ' ' : 01 O
A SAFE AND CERTAiN REMEDY
i ':n c""rt:, y 1 ::yth : HhIir T:': i : :i:c
Pa:ofab ta ith.m:t as:: .: a ( <:im1 cu::r""d
inel.''-P'.W\.W\i1' IT Y:s ii, -:tt;y Sh:riti .ic1t.Co.,Ar'k.
WILL YOU TRY IT?
For s:lle b., all Dru;;_i.t,. Price, $1.00 a bottle.
R.A. ROBINSON & CO.PROPRIETORS,LOUISVILLE,KY.
TRAINs GuNG sOUTH.
DATE July 12th. 1 .'.i No. No. .
Lv. W'i;til;gton............... 2u c'. M. 10 1n 1'. at.
Lv. L.W n ecauaw................ "- 11 17
Lv. Marion......---........ : 1:' 4n A. M.
Arrive Florence............12 25 I 15
Suitter.......... ...4.;, A M. 4. '
COlinl'l-.---.... ..4. " G '
TRAINS G')!NG NOI'H.
No. 1:1. No. 17.
L .Columh ................ 5 31n.l.
Arrive S Imtc r.................. -3 "
L.ea": F. >'.":r.:(e ........ .. .......... V 2. M. 507 A. Vi
I'. .\l:tri............ .. ... 1 " :
Lv. L. "':u ..: : ...........-.. " 7 I i
Ar. W i lin : in............. a :G
Tr::in No. 1. ,10tp at .: Stain.
W h1i::'il;, L.1: \':. a : \\. F:-ir l; il".
Nichols,.\Mtr:w", Pt - 11ec. f I' r '::.' TimnIIns
ille. Lynchinr 'J: . :itrr. We"dg
ield. Cumn dan.i; : :
C. & ( . b . :. C. . 1... . . t::i(, . . \ik" n
Junctio,. adb a
and Uaor .ns:te id xf:.in iip" .
re bori" Cp : : . i:. ": :: St.o i
pin:scl v1 Cnni ii.
All trains *,1 id .ee .re.e au
.TOHN u 'o ui-' . DU. iNE
T.s Mad. oD bE raN. an' Pat A".iIrt& ., .Y
Rea wattIc ~ieu t et sosthe
Brdf-' -.:mae Reigu::rtor
ndr .he lse.7t prvtie! u-1 tor Cie~nmpttion t
ces btody pal'::.1:. 11 alii' ird-r:p- the ltoah,
Bowe!s,w Lroun ive- toyy. l: i. ' Or7'nsand
rett all Fen gt.l h Co a i:: 'n. T n.e feb: to: Sie. 7rn::r
ali::. agnst e caii ,t andt . :wly' 5V!ri :i toward
athe grve will ajienl y:iil recove thix Lalh b
geOus.Taine lit ntime St.!d i.y llrugis inei
larg' tl t l s a $t .00 .
onle ill by alIgtis a laIi.ts 7.71 lW'CO.n .
n. J: . A'F o: l rir-- r e titeen
yeias ao 'I Cf:nie Ith' receipt''O of Female~
Regul77''i ator:u a car fu.-y. tuied autl'Ihorties
inratou its co.ipnents.ain1110 then1 (as wel
conandnii.lconiin.at- ion of 1. '1"iv reItb
remed'" .7'ia vegetable aet sanow I'ltt siece
diretyw t ths ; n .t; I e e ridir
asp Jile rneyJO a| d Casso h.w, h
We are : e vin W. -h . or N 1W ANI) NOBBY
T L A !.: I(I i-:; f: expel t rt - !i'e re in this
market. : : hi:. we h - .trtimse t: Bro's Fine
(utom C' i-' H::.nn (ne - . r Gents; ZIEGnuLERt
l ' !.Zil in Custom ho or Ladies;the celebr.. d
,Jas. Ma .0 i.t ne of Neck W ear is superb. Come to
CLO UD &i-2 SMJ1I'T H,
:w-irt. Tee NewbNel,erry. S. C.
Will Oook in the Street.
'e haive in.t eiCived soie new :l1it ions to (nr stock of jtoves. and among
tltII the c'!ebrat d
Charter Oak Range
with wire nauze d ors. It will cook in the sireet or yard. This is no idle talk, it
ha! h--t n t e, teb the m:uuinclturer . N,.xt, wec have the
ILLUSTRIOUS LEE STOVE,
made at iielln,n, ad, like the 111an it was 1:ltnlel for. it eairies more weight
thaln :nyt st"1i' in:tmrket, call :ndl set It. Next, We have the
which is too wllk::Wn in thli county, for 1;. '):mity and cooking capacities to
make special in- :titoll of, antl thlie
which i ow f o1o r " it conomy of fl. A, an e.arl (at. a few lheap stoves will
arrive. And yet anot!h-r Novtlty. we are sole aignts firii Newherry and Laurens
Cies for BIJE!
Si. ove Po ds:a il Scot chi Iirsl. They canni ot. he boil]l over-something nobby. We
utill ca1rry a1 ge.! line f er. ckery.'gla's and woo' d-n ware. Also a good line of
Tiniware ini our -hop,' iu:'le by' a man11 withi 30) yer- epeiece. Store rep:iring
and Sheet Iron work a spceialtv.
We are4 agent $ for thie Terra Cott a s~ tV r lue. perifcly fire proof. Roofing
and Gitternig at reason able prices. Our roingii , m:L aie have hadl wide experi
ee.:nit we do not1 hieitait' to guiaranltee al! wvork Qonie by theim.
5iina in: l1. COt roni ras wvanted ini ex&b:'e -r ''ood5. .llJ0 pounds bees
wax wan te d. Win ppin. uI News Patperi :' m:'m Iwnc - pric*e-. freight added(.
NE~W SPRiNG OODS
OF ALL KBS
A large' a' ' .in51t received whh:-;b wv| be sohl at1 very. ,imall prlitS. so much so
hat no0 othi- ' il e:uiiper-. ::- we <mly sell for Sl'OTi CASII. So idoin't be
afiraid to call :t'il -ie' for yoiur,--- what good b.aigin you caln get fromt
Jackson's Cash Dry Goods House,
Columbia, S. C.
iPianios anid Organus
Fromi) The. worild's best miaker-. at factory piri(is, on easiest termflS Of payme'nt.
E:ighit grain!inmikcrs :niii iv'lr thiree hundi(reid 1tyle- to select from.
) T1 Ciecriing. 31ison & I Iamlin 3Marlimshek. urt & Arioin
i'1.AIN ( SPack.ard. Orchestral and] Bay. State Org:ni.
Pi-mos a~nd1 Orgiani delivered, freight pai.l. t'o all railroadl points South.
Fiftein dayi' iaitl. and freight hothi ways. if niot satisfacetory. Order :uul test
I ranchi of Lud,b-ni & ~Unt' Soiit lorn MInsic Iloii-e.
N. W. T1L UMIP., Mlana,Wer.
Columnbia, S. C.
Lo-al agent --L. A. I hawkins, New.berry: J. Count.'. Peak's.
VMARBLE FRONT JEWELRY AND MUSIC PARLOR,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
(I y. R-ie,1.' . -n-r. r to- Wmn. (; ' -. .1 w ier. Wat'lunaker' & Silversmlith.)
D)i:inond'. Siverwa:re. l'lh;udware, ihrenzes. Goldl Wat;che-. Silver Watches,
C'lrok.. .lnnrtini-ir.-. il'. (Choil-r.' Gemis. P're.'ioni Stoine'. tul every article made
sr W-in;it P're-s''nt,tad bonin' U1,e to ]I."t3" th linot fiii.'u. 'The new Fall
i!.l.~ud .'ie styl's in .h ewelry ar lg ntby iin iu n
ra.Iu a- i1i -' -to my i-i wel1ry stili-in ii ent'fi deparunt,in wchCt
ho.i -ndl prian be-ue amI .' wilte o lR. N. lihoirg. M in Nree. C (olumbia.
. C'.. be-fo: j'I puch--a: .-i,'where'. I huy my0. in-irunn-t.' ouitrighlt and] enn
ET ST A NDS AT TI]E TIEA D I
T: - t -h' .- 1m n: e w( style of' .'Wood
wor '.3 4nd-m lunow.' tiltrodinZg.
_______WIT. itOUuT A P''ER
M E\ A. rCA LCON:'rlcCTION IT IIAS
N'im. . T ii- ne'w lineo Attachmient thait
: a ::-;1,l i-ared w111 -ithechi Doinestie"
~ _ a 1 ..o - i: Ni . . oilo-r muarine has themi.
'~~el-. ~ ~ .- ii TE .U'N N' 0.V LEIo EI) 1TAND
**~~( ~ inl 'IF EX :E-lLLNEME.
FOR S\L BY
T[OMAS .\. U\TON & KEYX,
l~j - A.1gee tIajt el in 3 noccuepied4 territory.
__~-~'~ ~ ~' IDOMESTIC'SEWING MACHINE Co.,
IAT4N STR;ET, COLU1BIA, S. C.
I am oflering Groceries. Tobacco and
Cigars at the lowest prices that it is pos
sible for them to be sold at, and I would
call your attention more especially at
this season to our
And say that it will be toyour advantage
to send in your orders at once as good
Seed Potatoes are scarce and bound to
go higher. If in want of
We will take your orders and fill without
E. J. Brennen,Agt.
P. 0. Box 178, Columbia, S. C.
Farmers and Trucke s
No more cotton caterpillars,
No more army worms,
No more cut worms,
No more tobacco worms,
No more potato bugs,
Bug, Worm and Insect
Within the reach of all, only
5 Cts. Per Pound
Perfectly Harmless, except
to Insect Life.
- ---TIIE GREAT
For the protection of cotton, potatoes,
field crops, gardens, and all vines and
It is the production of a well known
agricultural chemist, covered by letters
patent, and has met with the most grati
fyi ng success in the New England States,,
superseding all others wheni used. It
is offered to the agriculturalist, with the
conviction that it will meet a want long
felt, and that a trial will convince you of
its intrinsic merits. It is put ump in 1, 5,
10 and 25 pound bags and barrels and
half barrels, wvith directions for use.
Contracts can be made for large quanti
It kills the Colorado Beetle on pota
toes, the hard 11ea on melons, the small
lie. tihe cut worm, caterpillars on cotton
and fruit trees, the 17-year locust, the
squash bug, tobacco worm and all insect
.Money munst be sent with order. For'
sale ini any quantity by
E. J. Brennen,
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
Agent for Newberry, Lexington, Fair
field, Kershaw, Sumter and Richiand
nte . 2-10-6m
1865, 22D VOL.1 188i,
ONE YEAR ....... 2.00
SIX MONTHS...... 1.00
TIIREE MONTHS... 50
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Columbia & Greenville Railroad
COLUMBIA. S. C., July 19. 185.
On and after Sunday. July 19, 1855. th
PASSENG ER TRAINS will run as herewith in -
dicated upon this road and its branchea
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave S. C. Junction - 10.20 a m
Colunbia, C. G. )epot 10.45 a m
Arrive Alston, - - - - 11.45 a m
- Newberry, . - - - 12.48 p m
" Ninety-Six, D - - - 2.03 p m
Hodges, - - 3.05 p m
" Belton, - - - 4.11 p m
Arrive Greenville. - - - - 5 35 p m
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - - 9.45 a m
Arrive Belton, - - - 11.03 a m
Hodges, - 1217 p m
Ninety-Six, D - - - 1.10 p m
" Newberry, - - - 3.02 p m
" Alston, - - 4.05 p m
Arrive Columbia, C. & G. Depot - 5.15 p in
Arrive S. C. "Junctiou. . . . . . 5.30 p m
SPAaTA-'BURG, UNION & COLUMEIA RAILEOAD.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, - - - - 11.50 a in
Arrive Strother, - - - - 12.27 p m
Shelton, - - - - 12.53 p m
" Santuc, ,-.-. - - - 1.25 p m
4 Union, D - . - 1.50 pm
" Jonesville, - - - 2.32 p m
Arrive Spartanburg. S. U. & C. D. 3.20 p m
-' " R.&D.D. - 3.30pim
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartaublurg, R. & D. Depot, H 12.00 m
" Spartanburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 12.20 p m
Arrive Jonesville, - - - 1.10 p m
-- Union. D - - - 1.40 p m
" Santuc, - - - 225 p m
" Shelton, - - - 2 57 p m
" Strother. - - - :3.23 p m
Arrive at Alston. - - - 4 0s p m
BLUE utDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
Leave Belton 4.15 p m
Arrive Anderson - . 4.47 p m
" Pendleton 5.25 p m
Leave Seneca S, 6.10 p m
Arrive Walhalla 6.33 p m
Leave Walhalla, - - 8.30 a m
Arrive Seneca C, - - S 50 a m
o Pendleton. - - 9.35 g m
" Anderson, - - 10.22 a m
Arrive at Belton. - - 10.57 a m
Leave Newberry, - - - 3.30 p m
Arrive Laurens C. H.. - - 6.30 p m
Leave Laurens C. H., - - 0.10 a m
Arrive Newberry, - - ;2.10 p m
Leave Hodges. % - - 3.10 p >x
Arrive at Abbeville. - - - 4.10 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 11.05 a m
Arrive at Hoges, - - - - 12.t-5pm
Close connection Is now made at Seneca
w ith it. & D. I. R. for Atlanta and beyond.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. -R. R., from At,
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmin"ton, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
H. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
G. Rt. TALCOTT, Superintendent.
D CA RDWZLL, Ass't General Passenger Agt.,
Columbia. S. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LIN~E.
Wilmiingtoni, N. C., May 2, 1886.
F AST LINE
Charleston and Columbia and
Upper South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - - 72
" Lanes, - - - 34an
" Suniter. - - - 93 a
Arrive Columnbia, - - 1.0ai
" Winnsboro, - - 3.2pi
" Chester. - - --- 4.8pi
" Yorkville. -.0-p -
" Lancaster. - - 70
" Rock Hill, - - 50
" Charlotte, N. C., - 6.pi
" Newberry, S. C.. - 24p
" Greenwood. - - -- 24
" Laurens. -.0 -i
" Anderson, - - 44
" Greenville, - - 5.5pi
" Walhalla, - - 03
" Abbeville, - - 41
" Spartanburg, - 32
" Hndesonlle N.C.,7.10am
~Vahala, - 9.33 0
" Lures, - 4.10
Lancaste.01- p 7
" Yorkvil5.03 p 1 m
I ton S. C. S:45a.35..prm
tri." Hederaonvare for seat.0
Leav Henersovill. . C.,7.0
Gepatnural - -er 12.1
So" Croinille,l-a- C.4
"O AEro n, SU -Y NOV 102
" )I.)A . Laure n - Trin .10
" Greenwood -RO C -A 12TO.4
Du Carl,otte, .1 C., p '1.
"ear Chareston. 7.2 a 2n
Du Columbia, 10.- a
Dear Charlebtn . -.t a -n 50
ton,aS. Cm.7 .4. amt -4
Du Coubi... '. m 105 p.
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Dueth A Chakn........1 to p( frmp
DprChaeston........t South and
Deart E. get Columbi..3am.50p
Dr C.aLE..e...4 Pa-ms. a -