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-ierd etsoldiwr iltWI tread9,'c
re with cyp ess the hallowed waHll,
: " w-the hero's earih4Work i isforever
Let the music be solewnn, low. and deep,
T. read soft as the floweroblowaephyrs
]For tlib otitihh..ad poet imat 1ie asleep,
Oli pity the gifted shou#&evet' diel
In the zenith of day, the;primorofl'uife:
But he left to the dim.- Isle of 'future
Footsteps that sound the voices of.atrfe,
With a soul in the ring -of the..rounded
le has carved a niche in the, tomplw of
As. white, as pure as the vestal snow;
Where loving friends will place his name,
And coming ages full reverenceshow,
lie died where a dirge through t1:e sol,
Swept into the bed-whereon lie lay;
Recalling the .wo.ds of his, loving-110Q1,s
As the soul of the writer was passing
Passing away. to-the Portal of Light,>
Through the Pearly-Gates to the Holy
Another star in the Heavens so bright,
While we but a memory hold.
A memory dear, and we speak . but true
As a medium should the words of love,
Of a man with the gift of a chosen few
With the voice of an angel from above.
The gift that alone is given by. God
To the mortal ehosen here below,
As he gave to Moses the smiting rod,
That through hitnthe cooling waters
Weep ye, fair South, the death angels
Gathering thy gifted up-one by one,
1But here Christ veiled the opening gate
With the beans of the resurrect ion sun.
No more shall the passion-tir1', bright as
Kindle the tongue, for the heart beats
No drum-beats were calling the Hero to
The "reville" sounded the triumph of
Mis. M. A. PEARSON,
Greenville, S. C.
We consider any .man- fortunate
who takes a good agricultural Journ
al. In fact we do .ot believe that a
man can farm successfully without
the assistapce of an agricultural pa.
per. * In speaking about agriculturals
we want to call the attention of our
farmers to The Cotton Plant-the
only agriculture journal in our State.
It is a beautifully printed 8-Page, 40.
Column Journal, teeming each issue
with rich information for our farm
era, and only costs Sixty Cents a
year. We hope all our subscribers
who do not take this paper will send
for a sample copy. The July num.
her is to hand and is brimful of good,
wholesome matter. Each number is
worth ten Limes a year's subscription.
Address The Cotton Plant, Marion,
The Barnwell Murder.
Our dispLatcLes conveyed % the in.
*telLigence yesterday that Miss R1.
Emma Connelly hlad been. acquitted
* thme day before uinder the indictment
for wmrrder committed ont the body of
.Johna Steediy at Ulunter's Chapel on
the 4th oif July. The jury were out
twenty-tive minutes and returned a
verdict of not guilty. In doing so,
It Is patent to all that these twelve
mlenl good atnd true shrank from the
(discharge of their duty in defterence
- to a sentiment regardless of the fact
that it was not their province to do
oither than render a verdict accord.
ing to the evidence, which unequlvo.
cally demonstrated murder pure and
*simple. The prisoner herself ac
knowledged the kiling, the only,ex.
tenuating utteratnce from her -being
the statement that the dead mant chad
slandered her. Thus it will be seen
that we have reached that stage in
the adiministration of' Justice -when
the Jury, in sympathy with popular
feeling, are willing to disregard the
obligation imposed upon them and
assume tihe responsIbilIty of shield
ing offenders from tihe consequences
*of their crimes. Still tihe Barnwell
verdict is helpful In one respect. It
will have a tendency to set a highter
estimate on female character and
to put a bridle on many a slanderer's
tongue. The Barn well jurors plainly
say to the world that In-South Caro
lina female character is worth life,
and that Its p)reservation warrants
the taking of life, and It Is not likely
that another jury In a similar case
will fail to follow suit.--.Columnbia
To the iaruers.
We advise .the Farmner.e.Clubs to:
lopk Into -this matter of Judges -be.
* ing brouglht Into thte political. pats.
tures. We believe it will prevent
the passage by the next Legislature
of the resolution . adopted at their
State Convention. -If they are of
the same op)inion, they should pass
resolutions at their club meetings 01).
posing all such candidates. Now is
the time for the farmners to let poll.
ticians know that they are in earnesf.
Ifyou are In earnest, and mean to
show politicians thtat the ofmees were
created fur the benefit of the people,
and not for the benefit of politicIans,
speak .out;. and -speak. plainly and
forcibly. Trhe Farmers' County Con
venitions should attend to tils matter,
A. little Indifference on the part of
farmers, just at this time, will bring
their resolutions to grief. If you are
ftiend s to it, stanld by it.--Presqs and
Dnoklea's Araa Salve..
.Theo test S-. ve in tthe world for Cute, Sores,
* Iruises. Ulcers, Salt, Rhmenm, Fever Sores,-Teta
tor, Chapped flands, Chilbtlans, Corns,rand
all Skin Ne uptiona1 andi positively cures ples
or no av required. ltis guar.anteedtoiv
6~Ie e~ents per box. For sale by Coniebl
;, !Ia tWy
ppseys seggs ops neaa wapatr
on TrDIiltoo the a.
e eieandeke,pghens the m s . , D
It coo; not n uroe. toot cause eadache,or
athet va sarss
1Jhitlsaad1it, 'i sw n always. keep ien
han a aw a friend 4r
er. botrade ar'.and d " ne
on'Wa -etlw. ,tMdof b.
n tt!! " t' o i.n 'I olarir
lein ralitdf;di Irrk '- dnut ay,
enl te..r e o..sg @ , ,.t."+i .-1i micin.
oanr$Qe s4ee ut trtept ,.t .,,m.
ESTiAULAfucD 1 ag
C. & -:K L. KERISON,
80 and 82 IIASEL STiIIET.
CHARLESTON, : : : S. C.
BLACK AND COLORED DRESS,
LINENS, HOSIERY, &c. &c.,
IN LARGE VARIETY.
Cash orders, amounting to $10.00 or
over, will be delivered in the country
free of charge.
All orders promptly attended to.
0. & E. L.'KERRISON,
8-204y CHARLESTON, S. C.
"FIDELITY MU.TUAL.LIFE ASSOCIATION('
5.000 MEInsf-,$I8000.,000 IsUU 1E
Policies have a paid up value after tive
years and a cash surrender value of 60
per centw at old .age. Assessments are
collected every four months through the
Union Tirust 0o.,- of -Philadelphia, trust
ed capital $1,000,000 00, and are held
exclusively: to pay death losses. This is
one of the best assessment companies
doing-business in the State, the only one
having surrender value to policies, has
never sealed a policy or levied an extra
assessment. It ii always below Its esti
Agents wanted to canvass the State
For further informakion address
W. C. SWAFFIELD,
Opposite Grand Central Colnmbia, S. C.
hotehi,llestporing color when
gra pre enUng DandrufL
It cleanses the sp,, stops the
Tlie bost Cough Cure you can use,
Ad the bepeentv .kno for onsumpton It
chosbodly. oans Pand a diorof te domae
erseoaus. Ts c. t a$old by alruggst. l
4SA4TNBURf COUT s,. ng
Wuihn.ato h,lousedrive of dtheiyuof
Spa cmfrtaburg, ovneroacturesuenoeyh
Open to visitors, May <1 sto October 15.
First class daily hack lines flomt Spais
t anburg, maiking good con nec
nections withl all tiains.
Telephoneo lino In operation to Spartanburig.
Daily-mall11. And for the convenience
oh guests there' is it post oflce ila tihe hotel.
A good lvery stable at thle spring.i
In addittoti to tho hotel.properta large,
three story .sbuilding4 with . neatly ap
pointedi .bed trooms, parlors,: sitting
rooms,: billiard room, dining room, ball
roomi, &c., there are eight cottages, with
a long piazza in .fronto of celcoettage,
enelosing.aibeanttitulilawn. And in ad
dition to thiese:aoother, building has1 Just
lIeen completed, withl twelve-large, com
fortable, wsli,ventilatedi rooms,.
A goed hand,.has been secured for the
seasons and)1 dancing. or other amuse
menCfts, snehl.as muns 10a1l, readingsab.le'
atrie1W,. aprogressive icnere :palrties,i
Sbelltug- beu' s&o., ore enjo)yed .every,'
Board at pi)Fvate houses call be ob
tained, with1. freeacess to the spring, by
payinig to the proprietors of the hiotel a
reasonabile rate per-week-.
For lates of boardepric)los5of walter tad
other pa11rtieni lrs, addr'ess the prop)rletors.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
Gilnn Spr,inlgs, SpaIrtanbIurg Co., S. C.
can learn the exact cost
of any~ proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
Ne.wspanper Advertising Bureau,
Send 10ot.. foi l00-Page Pamphlet.
~~ '. wc;i*
NEW GOODS AND LOW PICI
CLOUD & SMITH'S!
We are daily receiving NEW GOODS, which, for NEW AND NOIIIY
STYLE AND LOW PRICES far excel anything heretofore offered in this
market. Remember the class of goods we handle-Strouse & Bro's Fine
Custom Clothing; Ilanan & Sons' Fine Custom Shoes for Gents; ZixIELEt
Bios' (not Geo. H. Ziegler) Fine Custom Shoes for Ladies; the celebrated
Jas. Means' $3.00 Shoes. Our line of Neck Wear is superb. Come to
CLOUD & SMITH,
- 3-17-tf. The Newberry Clothiers, Newberry, S. C.
SEASON HAS COME
Fruit C ans and
Jelly Glasses and
Both :Brass and Enamelecl. Extra Rubbers for Fruit Jars.
tin Ware, Crockery,
Glass and Wooden Ware,
Plated Goods and Table Cutlery.
Brooms and Castings,
From Twelve to Twenty-Five Dollars.
Roofing ard Repaiing of Stoves and Tin Ware a Specialty.
.3-24-tr NEwJJEnnvY, s. C.
R ICHBOUR G'S
MARBLE FRONT JEWELRY AND MUSIC PARLOR,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
(R. N. Richbourg, Snecessor to Wmn. Glmae, Jeweler, WVatchmmmaker & SilversmIth.)
Diamonds, Silverwval-, Platedware, Bronzes, Gold Watches, Silvecr WVatchecs,
Clocks, Jardinieres, tihe Choicest Gems, Precious Stones, and every article made
for Wedding Presents allti home use to please tihe most fastidious. TJhme nmew Fall
and( w:ater styles In Jewelry are elegant beyond descriptlon.
.A Solid Silver Hunting Case Ameriean watch for only $10.00. -
]Fixnic . Depai-t menxt.
I have added to my jewelry establishment a nmusic deparftmenlCt, in which
will be found the celebraite d Steinway, Upright, Grand and Square Pianos, of which
I have the sole control in~ this State, also Fischer, Grovenmsteinm anid Fuller in all
styles. Wilcox & White,~ nd Shoninger Organs of every descri ption. Stringed and
Brass Instruments, Sheet nelise and Musical Findings. Send for descriptive cata.
logue and prices, and be sure and write to R. N. Richiboumrg, Main Street, Columbia,
S. C., before purchash) elsewhmere. I by any instruments outright andl can
therefore offer you lower rices than those who have them on consignment.
Ice Cream The New* Drug Firm
Ice Crean' at the Newberry Ice HIouse
every dauy, Sundays excepted, from 10Pr Dus
a. mn. to 10 p. m. Fiamilies supplied at
shmort notice on reasonale terms.
In abundanuce; sufllcleent to supply time L ateeyhn sal on i
town andl tihe surrounding country. Icefitclsdrgto, (ihyiI4id
House opcn every day from 0 a. mT. to 10seinatwoeleamrtil)rc o
p. mn.; Sundays from 9 n. m~. to 10 a. in.,sil,teie.Prcipoiifleda
and from 6 p. mn. to 7 p, ni. Ice ticketsalhor.alan eus
for sale. Terms cash. CFE4)&LOS
W. HI. UUNT, Agt. Sc4so, oTr ai.
~~ 00CANTON MATTIOS
At hetor linel occu pieDr,
Jewelry, ClFant, have on ~and Caln la crge tios
SILER LATD ARE WidowSPae,ontM d dicnest
SAPn GOODs I GoEA VAiTY,Cnst
Poke ndTaI Ctlr, iI fa aveytindsa o und in
frT- a pegstore, Badtentend
WachRearngaseoi lt. l atwhlea any o t iet
al oricl call, oer us.e
COFwlh I &ILYONS,
2-3 wb ewbrr,S.C
. .ASsENGER: DEPARTMENT,
Wilnington, N. C., May 2, 1880.
tihrleston and Columbia and
Upper South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - - 7.20 a m
" Lanes, - - - 8.34 a it
" Sumter, - - - 9.33 a in
ArrivuColunibin, - 10.40 a i
" Winnsboro, - - 3.02 p In
" Chester, - - - 4.18 p m
" Yorkvillie, - - 0.05 p in
" Lancaster, - - 7.01 p l
.' Rock 11111, - - 5.03 p in
" Charliot te, N. C., - 0.15 p ii
" New berry, S. C., - 12.48 p mt
" Greenwood, - - '.42 p ul
" Ltuens, - - 6.;30 p mu
" Anderson, - - 4.47 p m
" Greeniyllie, - - 5.35 p In
" Walhalla, - - 0.33 p in
" Abbeville, - - 4.10 p Im
" Spartanburg, - 3.20 p m
" IIendersonville, N. C., 7.10 p m
Leave IIendersonville, N. C., 7.00 a m
" Spartanburg, - - 12.10 p m
" Abbeville, - - 11 05 a In
" Walhalla, - - 8.80 a n
" Greenville, - - 9.45 a in
" Anderson, - - 10.22 a mu
" Laurens, - - 9.10 a in
" Greenwood, - - 12.44 p in
" Newberry, - - 3.02 p m
" Charlotte, N. C., - 1.00 p in
" Rock IIi11, - - 2.02 p in
" Lancaster, - - 7.0u a in
" Yorkville, - - 11.45 p n
" Chester, - - 2.45 p i
" Winnsboro, - - 3.48 p In
" Columbia, - - 5.27 p Im
Arrive Sumter, - - - 6.42 p m
" Lanes, - - - 7.45 p i
" Charleston, - - 9.10 p in
On Sundays train will leave Ciarles
ton, S. C., 8:45 a. i., arrive Columbia I
p. in. Returning leaves Columbia 5;27
p. m., arrives Charleston 9:45 p. in.
Solid Trains between Charleston and
Special IiYet Cars attached to this
train. No extra charge for seat in these
ears to passengers holding First Class
J. F. DIVINE,
T. M. EMERSON,
General Passenger Agent..
CHILLS AND FEVER
OR P VER AND ACUE
re"o "nCUR ED 1.TI
A SAFE AND CERTAIN REMEDY
nA) 'riEn FOLLOWINO TEsTIaONIAL
"I ran certainly asy that lluRhoa' Tonle Is the
beat Chill renioly I have ever Teardof or used.
Part of a bottlr (without rsiug auy quinine) eured
uno."~-P.W.WIT IL'RH, Iepusty Sherli Jeff.Cu..Ark.
WILL YOU TRY IT ?
For sale by all Druggistd. Pric. 81.00 a bottle.
R. A. ROBINSON S CO.PIOptITOs,LlUlSVItE,KV.
324and 320 Pearl St., New York.
Wr SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
NO CURE NO PAY.
Dr. Ilarbin's mixture for Diarrha, Dysentery,
&c. Send ror eircuhars to F. Niohols & Co.
Greenaville, 8. C. ' 7.11-41.
- Smpl kage of
FR EE DR. HARBIN
DO NO MORE WHITE WASHING.
C.an be hadh so cheap. Send for pamnphlet, and1
color1 card, and learn its mserits.
MIAX W ELIL. IAZLEI' B& '.,
lie McElderry's Wharf Halthnore, Md., and
606 Washington Ave., iliadelphi, Pa.
A Pure Family Nedlicine that Never lntexicates.
IIISCOCK & CO.. 103 Willim Street, New
York. Sold by sill druggists in large biottles
at One D)ollar
DAUCHY & CO.,
87 ParK Place and 24 -86 Ilurray St., New York.
Make lowest rates on all neow,paners In tho
U. 8. and Usaada, Established 18"'.
SPECIA L OF~F'ICR., Wai1h"ai'ser a
mlent one month ins our selected list of 225
lDailies and Weeklies, covering the U. 8., for
$2410. Cirenulation 6,150,292 Copies per maonth.
Send for Catalogue. P'artiesacontem)plating
a hine of aidvyertisiR , large or small, are r-.
quiested to sendu for esimato of coat. 7-14-41.
MEAKE8 CHILD-BIRTH Ms.
Theo tine has come at, last
when the terrible agony incident,
to this very critical pberiod in ai
woman's life cian be avoided. A
dlsInet,Iushed physician. who
pasdthe greatest portions of
hi ie(fortv-fousr years) in this
brmoeh of praetico, left to child.
bearIng womaan ihis prIceless
eay n il ie-ay in a lhiaisme
to daly there are thousands'of thie
lbest, womaen In our land wIho, h av-.
hng usejl tis wonderful remedy'
eal? Ihis nlailO blesso ied. l li
One lady foem North Catrolna
wrItes us thial she would like to
iak the proprietors ona her knees
fors bringinag It to her notice. She
sisl'eied aiilmost d- stil boeo, she
anyxs. but? thIs lass se siged 4TI i*E
MOITii KitS' FiIIEND),"anfl lies' labor
wias sort. Eluick, aitamst,Iiaitt like
massgic. We cani prove all wes climi
b y livinag witniesses, sand anysone
instere'stedI cain call, or have thi s'r
h,usbainds d1o eo, at, eus oilleo and
see the original letters, which we
ThIs reimedy Is onse ab ut which we cannot
publish certlincates. bust it, Is a maost wvoaaerfual
Iilinment tto btes se afteor the hrat, t,wo or
Send for ouris treattise on the ilealth and
Ilappinaess or WVomn, mailed free,
gives sall particulari.
il inaiAllF)IEin IEEOUIA *
COLUftIIIA C~.pMi , StOPC
NEAU - [anaiufactnrers of Flour
' aJ, Saw Mills and all kinds
.adry Work In Ironi and Bras
rlenitiua and( StatIonary Steami Enii
glnes. R~epuairs of sail klids POzp
traide. Esimates and1( bIds iil 1hein a i
ranye okIiouIico *pPlieniiLon,
A. I. DIAL,
XexcntrIx of Geo. L. Dial, Survivor' of
'l'ozer~ & Dial,
3-.3fin,'FJios. ii. LEE,
NktWBRRRY, 8. 0.
W. T. Jones & Brother,
(8UCCE8ORS TO C. C. CHASE,)
Centrally Locatedl, Popular Prices,
Polite Attention. 1--13-y
I0ICIIMOND'& DINVILLE Re Ita
Columbia & Greenville Division,
PA88ENG ElI DEPART'1MENT,
COL.UMEIA. 8. Ci Jul 10 1885
On and a ler 8unday, July 10. lie *
IAKSENU Eit TRAIN8 will ruu as herewlth in
dicated upon this road and its branobes
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 68. UIP PA8ENG(ER.
Leave 8. C. Junction -10.20 a
Columbia, C. 0. 1)epot 10.45 a m
Arrive Alston, - - 11.46 a n
" Newberry, - - . .,' p
94 Niuety-Sit , D - 203 p n
" Bod es, - -- 3.05 p nt
Arrive GIre.nvIlle,. . . 6.88 p
No. 62. DOWN PA88ENGER.
Leave Greenville, - - .46 I
Arrive Belton, * -. * .08 a
Hodges 12 12 a sa
" Ninety-l, 1) - - p ia
" Newberry, * - - .0 a
" Alston -0 - 0 a
Arrive Columaeia. c.& (. lepot - 6.16 p at
Arrive S. C. Junction. - . . . -.6.80 p mt
SPARTA NBURO, UNION A COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
No. 58. UP PASSENGFE18.
Leave Alston, - - - - 1.6a0
Arrive trother, - - -m . m
46 hellon, -* 19.53 p mn
santuc, - - - - 126m
U.nion01, 1) 1.640 p in
Jonesville, - - - 2.32 p
Arrive Spartanburg, 8. U. & C. ). 3.20 p an
" It.&D.hD. - A.3(lp 1u
No.62. DOWN 'A88ENGEt.
Leave Spartan burg, t. & D. Depot, 11 12 00 mo
" 8partanburg, 8. U.& C. Depot,t 12.20 p m
A rivoJoneville, - - - l.l0pi
Union, ) - - - 1.4u p to
" Santu, - - - 2 26p m
" shelton, 67 pn
Strother. - - - 3.23 p t
Arrive at Alston. - . - 4 O1 p a
BLUl ttataa RAL1IOAD AND ANUERaoN
Leave Helton 4.16 p In
Arrive Anderson . . 4.47 p in
". Pendleton 5.26 p n
Leave Seneca 8 6.10 p in
Arrive Walhalla (1.839 po
Leave Walhalla - - 8.30 a in
Arrive Seneca d, - - 8 60 a at
" Pendleton, - 11.38 a in
" Anderson, - - 10.24 a mn
Arrive at Belton. - - 10.67 a m
Leave Newberry - - - 3.80 p a
Arrive Laurens L. H.. - - .3 p an
Leave Laurena C. i., - - 0 II a m
Arrive Newberry, - - a2.10 p a
Leave Hodges. . - -- 3.10 p an
Arrive at A bbeville. - - - 4.1u p a
LeaveAbbeville, - - - - 11.06a m
Arrive at iloges, - - - - 12.t-6a tu
Close connection is now made at beucca
with It. & D. It. it. for Atlanta and beyond.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char.
With Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charleston, Wilmington
and all points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Itailroad from Charlotte and all poluits
B. With Asheville & SpArtanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. It. & D. R. H., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., it. & D. R. R., from At%
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., It. & 1). R. it., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Itailroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Colunbia and Augusta
itailroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Canrlotte, Colum bia and Augusta
liailroad for Charlotte and the North.
(1. With Ash,eville & Spartanburg iRailroad
Li. WVith A. & C. Div., Rt. & D). Rt. Ii., frotm
Chtarloitot andi beyond.
U. It. TA fCOTT1, Su perintendent.
D) CAanwMILL. Asa't General Passenger Agt.,
Columnbia. 8. C.
TRitAN8 GOING 8OUT11.
DATED Jly 12th, 1885. No. 45. No. 40.
Lav. Wilmtinzton.......... 20 P. M. 10 10 I-. x.
Lv. L.Waccamaaw-....-.....42 " 11 17
Lv. Marion..........,....11361 " 1240A.M.
Arrive Florence.........1225 " 116 ".
" Columbia--.----.....640 " 40 *a
TtAIN G(OINO NORPi
No. 43. No. 47.
Lv. Columbia ..................69 55 N-.
Arrive8Sumtor.................. i 55 "'
Leave Florence..............4 30 1' x. 6 07 4. ii
Lv. Marion..................514 "563"
Lv. L. WVaccamaw......7 14 " 7 44"
Ar. Wilmington..........s33 " 007
Train No. 43 stops at all Stations.
Nos. 48 and 4 7 stops only at, Brinkley's
Whiteville, Lake W acamaw. FaIr Bilufr,
Nichols, Marion, Pee D)ee, Florence, Timmona.
villo, L,ynchburg, Maycsville, Sumter, Wedge
field, Camdten Junction and Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and all points on
C. A (I. It. It., C , C. A A. It. 11. Stations, Aiken
Junction, anti all points beyondl, should take
No. 48 NIght, Ex press.
Roparato PullIma aobo. plers for Savannah
and for Augusta on train. 48.
Passencigers on 40 can take 48 train ftom Flo.
reco for Columbia, Augusta asud Ge.orgis
points viai Columbia.
All tralins run solid bet ween Charleaton anti
JOIIN 13. DIVINE.
T. M. EMERStON, (Gon'i Pass. Agt.
South Caroilna RalIw&y Comapany.
COMME~CINGi SUND)AY NIOV. 29 188C, at
0.06 A. Ml., Paassenger 'irains wijl run as
tollows, "Eastern ,ime :"
TO AND FR1oM CHIARLESTO)N.
Deupairt Columbia at.... *4.80 a mn 8.97 p mn
D)ua Chairloston.........1 00 p mn 900 p In
Depart, Charleston..7.20 a mn 6.10 p mn *
Dueo Colu in ba.......10.35 a m. 10 00 p m -
TO AND FROM CAMDEN. -
MAST (DA ILY EXOEPT SUNDAYT.) *
Depart Columbia. .4.30 a m. d.05 p m epn
Duo Camden..12.37 P mn. 7.42 p py
WKST (nAlLY v.xcEPTr SU14D4n 316p
Depart Camden...7.45 a m, .7A'ta 0.01 i
Due Columabia.. ..40.25 aI!JSTA.
Va6fla.4..... 630a m 527pim
Depatrt,Aa.......... .35 a Im 10.25 m
L~AR~V"' WEST (DAILY.)
par t A ugusta1.....6 a mn 4.40pm
Due Coluambia. .....10.35 a an 10.00 p in
Madle attCOlumbIlia with Columbia and Groen. a -
ville itailiRoad by train arriving at I0.35A.M.
anti departling at 5.27 P. M. At ColuminW
Junction with Chaarlotte, Columbia and Au
gusta Itall Road b)y samIfO tralin to and from
all points oan both roads.
91 a isby thtese trainas tako Supper at
At.Charleston with Steamers for.New York.
antI on Tauosdays antd Fm idays with steamer
for Jacoksonvilla itad points on tIhe St. Johm's
itiver;aiao with Chnarleston andl Savannah
pont s i loria. frmSavannaha and all
At Augusta with Georgia anal Central
Itallroads to and from all points West
south. Atlilackvilio to an fro at:ant
Fiarnweli IRaillroad. Through tickeI ea
uelneeto all points 8onth and West, by
D. MCQUEEN, A gent, Columnbia.
JOHN II. PECK, Genferal Manager
D. 0. ALL.N, non. rams n -t..Aet.