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The Oraii^eTmi LT Times
Convention on the 25th The
hgony will soon be over.
Soo advertisement of hnotcs and
land papers lost. '
Hon. J. W, MbSelhy withdraws his
card as candidate for Sheriff on ac
count of his had health.
hdislo is booming, the rhin con
tin ties, and fishing canes arc, for the
time being, having n "short rent.''
Our thanks arc tendered W.. C.
Hives, Ksq., of Kowesville, Tor North
ern papers. They have bech read,
digested und enjoywd. Next!
A" regular tbW'Ocntion ol* Kutclca
Chapter No. 18 R. A. M; \vi 11 be held
August IS, 1880. P. M. degree wilbj
The complexion is often destroyed
by worms. It can he restored by
taking Sit ri tier's Indian Vermifuge.
Only 2fi ets a bottle.
The regularly quarterly meeting of
the Orangehurg Agricultural Society
will be held at the Fair liuildillg oil
Saturday, August 1 lib. 1880, at! II
o'clock A. M.
We are informed that Mr, d. V.
"Way has picked out, ami on last Fri
day, ginned a hah- of new cotton.
This is the lirst that we have heard
of ii the State. Is Orangcburg
A lecture will he delivered before
the Young Mens Christian Assoeia
tioh at their room on .Monday even
ing 2:hl August, by S. It. Molli
champ, Ksq. 'The subject will be an
nounccd next week.
The Town Council, with their
usual care for the public safety, have
repaired the bridge on Amelia street.
Persons should fed no alarm in pass
ing over it now with the heaviest
loads, as it isns sound as a dollar.
Mr.rWm. Hrnddy, near Sah tec, is
reported as Itaving the finest ifrop of
cotton in the State. This is saying
u greal deal, hut possibly nol more
thnn i? deserved. Mr. Urnddy knows
how to cultivale c<>tton.
A colored Democrat of f h angt burg
informs us that be w :i s offered $100
cash if he would."llop over,11 but was
firm enough to decline I'i ? money anil
the propositinn. The I allot is two
sacred :i trust to be made a market
The County Coiimitssioners had
undir eonsitleralioti recently, the
matter of making n chance in the
public ollh es. Alter hearing contj
sol that body decided that no change
was. at present, advisable or neees
Several Maines are added to the list
of candidates this week. Mr. C. J.
Slroman is natned for the Legislature,
and Messrs. Thos. J. Holen ami J<?s.
A. Fanning Ihr Comity Commission
er. These gentlemen are well and
favorably known throughout tilt'
M arried on the livening of I bo 1 Ith
of Augiis!. 1880, at St. Paul's Meth
odist < 'hureli, by Dev. (>. A. I larby .
Miss Lena AV. detlbrds, of Ornngi -
burg, S. C., to Dev. W. It. Dh hanl
son, of S. C. Conference. May
Heaven's choicest blessings descend
Upon their united pathway.
We are indebted to < 'apt. .lohn I?.
Patrick, Principal of (lie Oreenville j
Military It.slit tile, for a calologue i
ami for other favors, (apt. Patrick's
school is second to none of its kind
i:i the State. We hope he receives,
from every quarter of t lie country, the
patronage which he certainly merits.
The Sunday School Mission cry
Society of the St. Pauls M. F.
< 'hureli South u ill meet on next Sun
day afternoon .-it the Methodist
Church at Imlf-pasl four o'clock.
The exercises of the evening will
eousisl of a concert exercise by the
chihlrcu, and an address to the So
eiety by Mr. 11. P. I/.lar. The public
arc invited to attend.
A fight occurred on Sunday last
between two negr >es, Wash Chol son
?Iml Charles Forrest, the former
a head workman on Mr. Kiggs' place,
(iholson was severely cut inthciicck
with a knife, IVoni which he tuight
have lost his life had it not luiin for
tin; timely assistance rendered him
li - Dr. W. ('. Wannamaker. lie lost
considerable blood ami is not ent ire
ly out of danger. Cause hlaek-eye
and nalcvc ufius women and whis
key. Nevertninil the troops!
The editor of the Timeb, Mr. Stiles
lt. Mcllkhamp, left Thursday morn
ing for Spnrtanburg, to attend the
session of the Teachers ftbrfiial In
stitute which will hold its meeting in
that city. May he have a .safe journ
ey, a delightful visit and a pleasant
return. - ^ ?? _
Messrs^ Hurt & Co. i ilvortisus in
to-day's issue, a very substantial
fluff and economical wire fence for
farms and railroads. Hart & Co. is
an old business house; solid ami re
liable. Their endoiseincnl Of this
fence is a very high recommendation.
Iiov. d. V Kis'er has moved the
school house formerly occupied by
Mr. jMellichuinp upon u lim.'with the
Lutheran Church ami purposes soon
to open school. Mr. Iviscr is a young
man <d* marked piety, modest and
unassuming. We have; no doubt, lie
will give satisfaction to his patrons.
IVrsona desiring </""</ pictures, life
like and executed in the latest and
most improved stylo of the art, and
at the im>st reasonable prices, cannot
do better than at Mr. Van Orsdell's
gallery in our town. A call at the
gallery, and tin inspection of his
work will satisfy any one of the truth
? >f t he.se words.
Trial Justice.(Hover investigated,
on Vt cdiiosdny. the "unpleasantness-"
which occurred til the colored Met Im
(list ( hurch sometime ago. bitwceu
I Lizzie Hamilton and Hager llrown.
Uv.o choleric ebony damsels. Lizzie
paid line and cost. These people
have a verv high sense bf decency,
ami even propriety in church!
The prospectus of "The Karmer"
j appears in to-day's issue. This pa
per i- to he published in the interest
of agriculture in our Statt-, and has
engaged for its columns the services
of suvec: I writers of experience and
ability. We bespeak for the enter
prise a !iI? i?:?:<! patrOnngc,and wish it
success limiuciallv and otherwise.
I bin* short absence from
towti. it: attendance upon the session
of the Teacher's Normal Institute in
Sparta;.burg, we leave the editorial
mauagement of tlie Timks, commen
cing with this issue, in the ham's of
our friend, Mr. II. I*. Izlar, wilh
whose conduct of the paper, we feel
safe in saying that our pal ions will
??? ? <- ?
The l'ine (Trove, Democratic ('lub
will meet at Tine < 1 rove School 1 lou.*e
oh to morrow evening. August I-1th,
ISSO, at Ito'clock I'. M.. for the pur
pose of electing delegates to the
(.'ounty Convention, which meets at
Orangoburg on the 2oth August.
ISM), and for the transaction of such
other business as may lie I trough I be
fore the dub. fieiitlcmeu rally to
- - I Mlf.l> ? - ? HW
There was more druukciiess, row
I dyism an blackguardism upon our
street* among certain negroes on last
Saturday and Sunday night than
has been seen or heard in our town
for a long time. Several slice! lights
was the certain result which always
follows deep potations of mean whis
key. This class i.- generally orderly
and well behaved, some, however,
will "exalt the brute and sink the
A meeting of the Orangcbiirg C.
II. Democratic Club will be held at
the KngineHall ou Tuesday evening.
August 17th, Is8<). :tt S.15 o'clock,
for tin- purpose of electing delegates
lo the Cotinh Detnocrntic Nominal
ing Convention, which meets Wed
nesday, August 25th, IS80, and for
the transaction of stu b other busi
ness as may conn- before it. The
Club is entitled lo our delegate sit
large and one delegate for every !b">
" Attention is called to the an
nouncement, in another column, of
the opening of tlie A7///A Session of
Mellichamp's school. This institu
tion has been a fixture in Orailge
luirg for many years, and from its
walls many young men and you tig
ladies have gone forth lo adorn the
communities in which their lot has
been cast. Its aim is the higher
education of our youth in their pre
paration for College or business life.
Its patronage has been most liberal
in the past,and we bespeak still bet
ier for it in t he Inture.
?The school house in which the
school was heretofore taught is now
needed by the Lutheran pastor, bul a
house equally as commodious and
belter adapted for the sepcrntion of
the boys and girls has beer, pro
cured adjacent to the principal's
Tlic Torichor'?i Ilislitute nL Spar
taiiburg, is a complete success.
About 150 teachers have already ar
rived, and inure are coining every day.
L'rt>f. Joynes of the University of
Tennessee, a graduate of Leipsie, and
one of the ablest educators in the
world; h lttriug every night at the
Opera II se to large ami cultivated
audiences, oil the "English Lan
guage." The following teachers from
Orangebiirg arc now in attendance:
Prof. .las. Lalbiclie, S. It. Melli
champ, A. C. Wigliimnii, .Misses II.
.M. Evans and M..I. Smith, and Mrs.
d. S. Thompson.
i UM ? 9M - ?
OnAN(iKiu':m; Aug.'lOth, I8S?.
Kdllor (Jrumjc.bnr'y Time*:
(; kxt3 - Owing to my continued ill
health, withdraw my name :is :i can
didate for theolllee of Sheriff. With
many thanks for hind expressions
from you and others during my can
1 am, very respect fully,
.1, W. MoM.I.KK
/.ion 'I'nu xs'itii'.
f?tfitor Oftiiyrlinrif 7V?ic.>-;
Allow ino to say we are plea.se I over
here w ith the political tone ofyour pa
per, w hich. I am satisfied, has exerted
:; wholesome influence ou the minds
of its many readers in this section.
I am also truly iria 1 to see the name
of my bid trio' 1 ami school mate,
Mr. 15. I'. l/.lar, nominated as a can
didate for Probate Judge, and am
confident the Convention could not
give the domination to one more de
serving, and, at the same time, more
fully qualified. Pixi-. Iln.i.
Pursuant to a call of the County
Democratic Executive Committee,
t'iere will hen meeting of (?iignroo
Democratic Club at the Conga reo
Kille Company's Parade ('?round on
Saturday August 1 Ith I SSO at I
o'clock l*. M., for the purpose of elect
inj? three delegates to the County
Convention, and for the transaction
of such other business as may pro
per-ly be brought before i lie < lul>. A
full attendance is earnestly solicited.
K. Li Ali nil It, Secretary.
Notice /.ion Club- Von are hereby
notified that a Convention of the
Democratic party of Orangcburg
County is called to meet at .Orange
burg on the fourth Wednesday in
August ISSO, :il II o'clock a. m., for
the purpose of nominating candi
dates for County oilieors, members
of th< Legislature, and for such
other business a< may be brought
lie lb re i'.. In order thai our ('bib
I may ho properly ivpivsvuied i:i the
above mimed Convention, every
member is c:imostly requested to
meet at /.ion Church on the third
W ? 1 i ? day. which will lie the I s l h
day of August I SSO at lOo'eloek \.
M. Cent leinen, let no ordinary busi
nosss ki ep you away.
Your Kollow ( iti/.on,
DoNAI.Il Ii. Pi.AKToX.
President Z. 1). C.
LAKCK STOCK N KW COODS
tit KOHTJOIIN'S this w.-eh. All
hands- busy. Na TIM K to mention
list of A KT It 'I.KS. ( all and see.
C. I>. KOKTJOIIN.
Straw goods, Calicos and dress
j>.Is below cost at Henry Kohn's.
The Iii in that studies the interest
of their customers, never looks for
buyers; and their house is always at
tended hy large crowds. Such i-- the
ease :it I). K. Smoak iv Co. These
gentlemen are now making.prepara
(ions to build large ami comfortable
quarters for man ami heasl in rear of
their store, which will alford good
and safe accommodations for I he far
uiiT w hen ( omptdled, lo spend :i nicht
!in our town. No charges will he
made, ami every one is in vi tod to take
up (junrters in trtis yard. lies ides
these iinprovcincnts, you will lind
every thing you want in the >tnu .
and men to wait upon you who can
not he excelled for square ami hones!
dealing. Mead ami remember.
In addition to the above improve!
nicnts these gentlemen will creel a
cotton plat form, and purchase \\t\<
staple w hen offered to thcin.
o() W hire Sew ing Machines sohl in
the last six mouths, ami still there
.are a lew more left at Henry Kohn's.
The summer is now upon us and
the danger of fever and bowul ill lec
tions attaching one is almost a cer
tninf v. but hy keeping in the house a
bottle of the celebrated German
(.'hamomile Tonic ami taking it ae
cording to directions, you will avoid
all the above diseases. K?r sale only
by Dr. J. (i. Wannamaker,
Now is the time, to got bargains.
In order t<? make room for my large
fall slock. I will sell, for the next
four weeks, all of my summer slock
?il and below cost, ('bine curly and
gel bargains at Henry Kohn's.
The drug store where ean gel your
money's worth is at Dr. J. Wan*
uamaker, Orangeburg <'. II.. S. <'.
We buy the best, keep the best, und
sell it :it low prices, heneo, if you want
.any thing in the drug line, call and
see us. \Ve keep it full line of hair
and tooth brushes, toilet soaps, per
turnery, sponges, patent medicines:
make prescriptions a specialty; will
be found at our post, day or night.
I ,arge lot of <-1<>l hing jti -t in at
Also I 00 tloz hose and half hos e
'tiu'iisands it-'e il, why In s'lat '?'.' .Tov !'?
iheoOrbl! Woman 1.* fret S?Antony die
man', discoveries looking tot'ie hiippittess
ion I amelioration of tin- human race, imne
isciiltllcd to higher coiisiilcralioii than Ih
.1 IL.nhu hi s I i male lb giihil?r, W.nil's
IVsl friend " I'.y it woman i- enUoieipiil
111 !ioin numberless il'< peculiar In li>-r -?'\.
licfoic its uiagU' power all irreaiilariMcs of
the womb vanish, b eiocs 'whites.' iiip
piesshrni of the 'incuses;' ami removes
uteriue obstructions. Ii tau.Cs consti|?alion
ami slrengliens lite system*; bract's li..
nerves ami purifies die bh od Ii never
fails, as ihousauds ol'wuuien will tclify.
lb oil. ! !'- Kt male /fcgtil itbr, "Woman's
Ibsl I'rieml." i- prepared by I>c .1. Itrad
I'tehl, Atlanta, "i.e. price ?1.01) per bnttlo.
s..lil by Or. A C. pukes, and also hy It.
' l. . W'annaniaker.
TiioM.\>v i i.i.i:. (I \.. .lime '1'i. iS77.
1 have been selling Jtradlichl's Fcinale
i Itcgiratnr for years, and it still i.liinies
j popular an cvh'eiiee of its being allcbdiii
I cd fori;. I can recall instance-" in which ii
aHorded relief after all die usual remedies
S. J. CASSKL?, Druggist
NCuralgit ?? il.i- is an internal remedy
del never fails lo cure Neuralgia and
Mi adaclie. li contains iiotjuiuitie. < ipimii,
Morphin. . < i l..r-l or Narcotic of any
kii.il. Quick and perfectly cafe in irs
aetioii. It coiouicuib itself to the alibeteil.
Ill st, It \nkin A 1.1 M \ It,
W holesale '?i."-oi~, atlanta.
Tornale by |)r. A. ('. Dukes, ml also by
[ l?r. is. W aimautalicr.
?jllly Iii Im
In spcctiullv returns bis (hanks to
his many cu?l 'incrs for Ihcir pa-1
pal lounge, and hope- t>? merit the
siiuo in I In; future liy keeping em
I slant ty on haul fresh meals nf every
j kind ill hi- obi stand, tu roar of 'lie
I I'nslotliee, during the presenl year.
' POSTOFFICE HO?US AT ST EVI ATTHEWS
Open at 7 o'clock a in.. e!o-e at 1- in.:
open again at .'! o'clock p. m., close at S
o'clock p. in
.1. .'. II. 't<>i"i?i:nSiiitk.
Asst. P. Mi
jrriilAT hoii4e wl.iwo buyers and sales
1 m< n have no ii dtieemeiits to oiler bey?
ohd die mi re favor'of personal 'friendship
I eanitoi con.pete with him wh >se cash,
brain-and superior judgment jjlaiij bc'brc
jimi the same lines, tpialitics and value- at
twehly; thirty, for/v, aye. even lift- per
cent, below, fi rlhe inoiiex down. Strang
ling eon11 ctiiii n, Elii hing iVoin the pa'sicd
ere Iii crew the wild despairing idiotic,
"Stolen good-*, auction g'nnl?, worthless
guoib,*' aifflhe al> lud exclaim.lion. "Nol
! hough) regular," a- ii iliut make* aiiy
dilien nee m the bti ky p:ir. lia**er ?I our
- i due liauiuii r bargains, ii bought front the
lashioiuible marl.:.- fronted palace al high
. price-, or hon; hi al half-price under the
I hin.er, with Kid II.ic II.uu. by order of
the shcrltl." and waiving i sad farewell t.<
I ih. viciim <>; had ilehls aim wiirihloss Ic-dg
? Kor cash we otter the following induce
slu.c- "?"> to r I "o T. II Measures$1 ?'?!?
ISesi (liven 'l'ea PV hesi Soap ?e per Ih
j l-Mcss floods ?*? to liOe ('otloiia.lt-s hi lo ' v
Mettnich bak tn; I'oivder '.'"?e per If.
Tow ii Talk g"?. pi-rili. 1'ockcl Knives "?t ? >
Knives.* Kolks.jo inS ] ? i Honemun ? I?* S
Aide tireave lo, Ply l'raps !? t?. .". ?c
Ihiggy N*. hip- - to fihe
P.ile of Cm tu Crocki ry low down to close
_ i . 11. KOHT.K HIN.
Correclctl every wet k by Messrs. I'.ft.i.
A Sco\ 11.1..
I'ltin.w, etig. b', issn.
( i IT I t >N
l.ow M iddlings. 5>t??i b)
t hdiuary. ."?ei;?!
i Viru.7-V" -t>
New Lorii .
Peas. It i
I'oddci', per Inn Uu. S ?
Ito?gli Hie..? I 15
(jtrcciititle.11 illlinry Iitkl?me,
The Third Hessii-n of this inslilution will
open on tin- Sdi of.September next. Corps
oi experienced in-triictors.
for i atalogue, appl v i<?
(apt. JdIIN It. TATKIClv, Sup't.,
(oi in vi I le. 8. ('.
aug 13 2t
Ho'.-k, and Ladder Truck For Sale.
rUrongly built, well equipped, ami in
perfect order. 1 erin- easy. / pplv to
XV. L. (H.AZt;.
Three Ifoofca and Rome land papers be
longing t<> the undersigned, Ibrougli nila
lake was plat ed in the wrong buggy and
earned, <>il from Mr. Oornulriou'H yard on
last Tuesday. Finder please leave at Tin us
i \V. A. JOHNSON.
.For Soys and Cirls
Tbe NINTH Annual Session of 'bis
school will commence on M?NDAV
SKPTKMHKH ?tb, at a School Nome
near the residence of the I'ricipal, iiboul
ldU yards North Weal of the school house
tuuglil in during the la-t session, with ctpial
accommodations, and having the ndvant
age of separate room* for keeping the Buys
ami (.ills strict ly a pa rt.
Tins object <d" tins institution Is id p're
pare Hoys for College, tjirls for the Scnfl
narv, and both foi the pra tieal duties of
A careful I raining of the mind and heart
of die pupil is promised, and the strictest
attention will be paid to discipline which is
iihsohitcfv essential tb 'ho well being of
1111 many ihaiiks for the liberal patron
age of the past the principal hope- to meri t
:i continuance of the same in the future.
TKlt.M ? fi.it MoN'l II :
Inieiin,dia'c Course. S- Oil
Advauci d Course..^2 ftti
Latin tmd Greek, each extra. fiO
.hu.de, pei (Quarter.$8 lid
STILLS Ii. M Kl.LICII A V. I'.
KU lUENCE L. M KLLICH AMP,
Sun s t^3/i<s.
In 111 k ( o.m mon Pl.l'AS
I.. vh I; I . I>. Itowniaii v- I*. II. W. Urigg
maun and Laura M. Jenney.
I'.v virtue of the decree of Ibreelosnre in
the idiovc entitled action, 1 will Hell at
(>rang< luirg, ('. II., on Monday, September
litb, I.SStl, within the legal hoar-, at the
i i-l of die furnier piircbaiters, wh>> have
faih d to comply with their resnl'C'liVe bids,
the fid lowing nls of lau I, hi t utt tc and being
in die County and Town of Oiitfngebiirg,
consisting oi Lois No. 1 .-in.I No. 2:
hot .No 1. All that lot of land in the
Town of Orangcburg with (lie improve
ments llic.i'Con, fronting on Kussel I street,
measuring twoiity-nine feel and nix inches
in front, in rear, twenty-eight feet and six
incites, and in depth two h lud red and
twcir.v-live feet, more or !e-s; hounded
Nortli Ivisi by ,L F. Addon's lot. South Hast
hy Knssi Ii -ireei. South Went by lot of II.
Ailden, and South West bv the next or lot
No.'2 All that lot in said Town with
the buildings thereon, situate on Amelia
stn ei, no a-uriug on said street one hundred
and tiny feet, in depth two hundred and
jtli.it} feel, nmic or less; bounded North
West by Amelia street, North Last by
lands of .). Straus* a <'o., South Ka-t hv
luiul . I J. 1\ Addon, lot No. 1.11. Addon
and other-, and South West bv lands of,M.
P. ! read well and 11 I. mis.
'lei in- Ouc-f Mirth cash, and the bal
ance on a crcd it ol one, lu ?? and three years.
1 sceiired by boiid and mortgage of the premi
ses with in i-re-t from thod.iy of sale. The
buildim;s to be insured and the policies
assigned to the Ma-ler by the purchaser;
and in ease any purchaser shall fail toeoiu
ply with the terms of sale, then the Maater
dud I -ell the premises jiiireliased by said
defaulting purchaser on the same or the
next succeeding sal cd ay, ?t nueli former
purchaser's n.-u, on the same teruiri of .sale.
I'nreliaserti to pay to. papers aiul record
.Master's Olliee ~> Tll> IS. IV. OLOVHU.
Aug '.I, ISSU. i . Mittler.
THfi UM DE SIG.'El)
.Hers lo Iiis friends and (lie
' public, al the --tore recently occupied
J, W, MOSELEY,
A fill Stock of General
A call solicited and satisfaction giiaran
Will he made a specialty.
W. B. THOMSON.
jiuie y JSsO l v
For sale on reasonable terms.
Also a largd lot of ?jWotl sou nn
Ity II. s. UKNNFKFIL
jiinu I if
Fashionable Dry Gaud.- ?iipoi'iutu,
Nr'VER FAILS TO
.ivkr ClIMI'dA NT
< ONSTIPA NON,
Olt i . .. ? t i: K for a I diseases ol
the n o ', skin, bowels, slonntcli, and kid
i ey-i. it ha- no equal. It .8 daily use by
. Ipiiisnitds, all over die country, who volun
tarily lesdfy to its lueiits.- It is entirely
vegetable- perfectly harmless, and rjnn be
taken by pc'tsdiurof all ;i^i ?>, Try it once
and you will not reirret it.
Sample bottle's and package, 'J"> cents.
Large bottles, $1; large package, 50 cents
DOW I ft & MOISK,
Sole /Voprietors, Charleston, S. ('.
For .-ale hv |)r..1. O. Wnunauiaker. am
also hy I ?r A C Dukes,
rtpr I Ii fim
4 U CT IO X K K B? I Sii,
T. 0. ?UBBElJi
Will attt*nd to *a!es of Keal F.st nh
k'crhonul Pro'perty, Sc., Public yr Private
I'.tisitiess entrusted to h.ui \>.!i he'it'oiiipil
1 Orangcburg, So. Ca., DeC. 1st 1879.
'alicos at si-: and a quarter cents,
'aliens at six ttud ti quarter cents,
'alicos at six and a quarter cents,
'aliens tit six udn a quarter cents,
'aliens at six and a quarter cents.
New an Fashionable
received every week.'
Linen Suits. Linen Ulstersand Cir
c.ulns, white Lawn Masques,
neat IY t rimmed I'roni
$1 25 up.
Of KnibroFderies', Laces, Ribbons,
Gloves, Parasols, Uuchihgs,
Neck Tics in all the late
Styles and very
Particular attention to our immense
DRESS GOODS, .
Latest Novelties being constantly
Selling las and cheap.
We have the Finest, Rest and Lowest
Priced Clothing, Shirts, Hats
Shoes and Gentlemen's Neck Whrr
Don't you forget to Call lit
South Carolina Kail Road!
ciianor of senent't.r.
Oh and after July II tit, 1880, Passenger
Trains on tins Koad will run as follows :
i till further notice.)
Urcoiivillc Express Train.
Leave Columbia at.fi l? P Nr.
Arrive at Caindeu at. 10 "
Leave Oracgebitrg.,.8 ?? "
Arrive at Charleston.11 OD "
This train b-ave; Columbia on Sundays at
J l? p. M,f Orangeburg -I l? P. M.,
arrives in Charleston at 7 :t() P. M.
Leave Charleston at. fi 45 A M.
heave Orangebnrg nt. 9 39 *'
b. ave Camdeti at.. H 00 *'
Arrive at Columbia at.11 30 "
Way Freight ami Passenger Trains.
Out NO KAST.
* Leave Co!umhin. ? 10 Al'jl
Arrive at Cauideil.1 40 P M
Leave Oranxchurg.950 A
Arrive at Charleston. 2 00 P M
" A uguhtii. 'i 4J? "
f Leave Charleston. 9 00 A M
Augusta. 8 00 ??
?' Oratigeburg . 1 l? P M
Arrive it Columbia. 5 07 "
" I'a-senders leaving Columbia or ''har
I es tint oti (hose trains have to change ears
at Itranehvillc to reach Charleston at 2 01)
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Night Express Traia.
<i(). NO KAST
Leave Columbia.9 30 P M
?? prangelturg. 12 32 A At
Arrive at Angl ta. 7 lr>
(hare-ton.ll.J. 0 20 "
?Passengers to arrive in Charleston at fi -0
A. M , have to change cars at llranchyillo
ii tin y are not in the sleeping curs, w hich
',m - through without a change.
en UNO WIST
Leave Charleston. 0 0". P M
?' AugiiHta. 7 10 "
'? < >r.uigebiir<-. 2 l? A M
Arrive at ( bliinibia. fi 10 "
New York Express
Leave Orangebnrg .?. 5 17 A M
Arrive at Augusta. 1) 'J4
Leave Augu-ta. fi 00 P M
Arrive at i!rriij;rchurg. 0 57 "
"Tic Orcenville Kxpresi and the New
York Kxpress Trains will run daily.
AH othei trains will run daily except Sun?
tlaVs. Sleeping (.'ars are attached to Might
Express, Prerihs tmly $1 GO to Charleston
or Auglisla'. These trains ntake sure con
nections :it Charleston* with New York and
Uahhnbru Stcamero on Wednesdays and
Saturdays, also with Florida Steamers on
Tuesdays and Saturday-, also with 7 a m
train S A: (' Kail road for Savannah and
Florida Points. Cphngctions made by
other trains at AUgUSta, ?villi trains from and
lo that point, also w ith all train.! from and
to Charleston. I> C ALLKN,
(1 1 ,V T A.
JOHN P> PFA K, General Supt.
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