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NOW TO KEEP A COW IN
TIE CITY OR VILLAGE.
All agree that really good, fresh
milk, from healthy and properly
fed cows is the best possible food
for children and youth. But how,
ask our city friends, shall we get
it? This question has been asked
many times; we should say keep
your own cow.
This is, perhaps, not so difficult
and expensive a matter as you
may imagine; even a cow costs
comparatively little at first. She
requires less room than one would
suppose; and she will almost in
variably pay her keep and a profit
in milk. If not short of storage
room, procure a small load ofloose
hay as brought to market on
wagons; the quality can be better
seen when compressed into bales.
If cramped for room,get a few
bundles of baled hay. A straw or
hay cutter of moderate size, cost
ing from three to six dollars, will
be requisite. Straw or corn stalks
will answer very well as an occa
sional substitute for alternating
Procure at a feedstore, a few
bags each ofground feed (corn and
oats together,) and as much shorts
(wheat bran,) and you have all
that is necessary. It is advanta
geous to give a little green food,
such as turnips or potatoes occa
sionally. Saw a barrel in two,
for a couple of boxes, one.to mix
and the other to feed in. Cut a
quantity of hay and mix about
half a bushel of it with three
quarts of the ground feed, and as
much of the shorts, wetting it un
til the meal adheres to the hay. In
very cold weather it is better to
heat the water a little. Feed a
"mess" of this kind and amount I
to the cow in the morning, and as
much more at evening, and fod
der with dry uncut bay at noon.
Give as much pure soft water t
to the animal twice a day, as she
will drink. It often happens that
a quantity of turnips, carr6ts,pars.
nips, cabbages, or beets, are left t
on hand ofvegtables dealers which
can be cheaply purchased. They r
form a valuable addition to the f
'mess" cut and mixed with it.
It is also better for the animal
to have an occasional change of
diet. Carrots, especially are very I
good for stock of all kinds, and n
may be fed to milk cows without 1:
affecting the milk unfavorably,
which turnips will sometimes do e
when fed in largequantities. When y
turnips are fed they should be giv
en at or just after milking, as
there is .then less danger of their
giving an unpleasant taste to the E
next milking. i
A cow provided for above, with s
her apartments -kept clean and ~
neat, and well ventilated, will fur- il
nish a large supply of nice, rich, a
healthful milk, to say nothing of g
the cream for coffee. And unless
you give an enormous rent for the
small space of ground she must d,
occupy as stable room will much p:
more than pay her way.-Ameri
can Stock Journal.
THE SANITARY INFLUENCE
OF FORESTS AND TREES.
From Germany, where so many
subjects are considered that have e
so little attention paid to them
elsewhere, come curious facets and
statistics about the influence of
forests in checking contagious dis
eases and the sanitary influence
of trees generally. Dr. Max von
Pettenkofer, of Munich, has been
in'vestigating this subject for some
,time, and hasjust published a mass
of information, gathered from
widely different sources, which is
of much importance. The gist of it
is that for forests have a very ap
preciable effect in checking the
priogress of cbolera or other con
tagioums diseases; that well wooded
countries, o0th e r things being
eqnal, are the healthiest, and that
marked sa'nitary changes a sure
to result from the denudation of a
territory by the cutting dlown of
its t rees, or by planting of gardens
and forests where no0 trees exist.4
lIn pro~of of these these theories
Drm. Pettenrkofer has nmany rep)orts
from medical men in india show- 4
ing that jungle villages are much
!ess liable to be visited by choleraE
than others, and that villages o
densely shaded with tamarind fa
trees are remarkably exempt fr-onm J
the disease, as shown by observ
ations through a long series of B
years. The statistics of cholera
through Germany for the last
forty years also show that the
well wooded lprovinces have had a
much lower rate of mortality than
the others. Bearing upon the in
fluence of trees upon the general
healthfulness of a county are the
statements that the pestilence has p
emnti rely disappeared from Cairo,
Egypt, since Mahomet Ali trans
formed the swamps around it into
beautiful gardens and p)lantations
and caused great groves of olives Iau
to be established, while tihe re pu.
tation of the Roman compagna C
for unhealthiness has been wvholly
ol:tained since the hewing down
oft the sacred groves under the
government on George XIILI.-N. I
Y. Comminercial B alletin.
A man in Chittendon coun ty,Vt.,
made an experiment designed to
ascertain how far soil is protect
ed fromi cold by snow. For four P
conisecuitive winter days, there te
being~ four inches of sno0w on a~ le-r
vel, lie fonund the averamge temper.
at ire irmmidiately above the snow
V;urte-en degrees below zero; im
m:ediately' beneath ten degrees
above zero: uinder a drift two feet
Read! Read!! Read!!!
GREAT DISCOVERY !
BRDLY' PATENT PI T.
U RlU A EN ME L E 1J 9 , '4-T .. *T JP 1T
Pure White Lead, Linseed Oil and Zinc, Chemically Combined.
Will la3t three tiines as long as the best lead and oil nixed ii the ordiniarv Way.
Always ready for use. Sold by the gallon.
One Gallon Covers Twenty Square Yards Two Coats.
Tim PLAINS, FAuQr10 Co., V.., Feb. 6th, 1873.
MR. C. P. KNIGIT-Sim: The Paint came safely to hand as ordcred-two key., five
gallons each, and three buckets, one gallon each. As praetice was lack, I did the job
myself. Two weeks, (not constant work,) completed the hoi.oue two ceats. The last coat
I applied thick, and it is now generally conceded that for 'namel-like hardness, and body,
and harmony of colors, there is not a handsoiner job in the place. I saved sixty-five dol
lars by the operation, which is an item just now with Southern people. It should be gen
'rally adopted in this State. Any country lad can apply it. I have never dabbled in
;uch stock at Testimonials, but I feel .o forcibly the.great adaptability of your "Enamel
Paint" to the wants of our people, in excellency of materin, in beauty of color, and in
the fact of its being "ready mixed", th:tt I give you free perf.iission, (if it is desirable to
you,) to make what use you think proper of this letter.
Very respectfully and truly, S. McGILL, M. D.
BALTINOR, December 10th, 1872.
Ma. C. P. KNIGHT, EsQ.-DFAR SIR: It affords me inuch pleasure to say to you that
:he Bradley Patent Enamel Paint far exceeds my expectation in economy and beauty,
and I have every reason to believe, in durability. More ti..n twelve months since, I
3ainted the roof of my (Hotel Mansion House) with the Bradley Patent Enamel Paint,
Lnd I was so well pleased with it, I determined to paint the outside of the Hotel, and am
nost happy to say it gives me perfect satisfaction. In conclusion I will say, if this testi
nonial will be of any advantage to you, you are at liberty to use it.
Yours most respectfully, ISAAC ALBERTSON,
Mansion House Hotel, N. W. Cor. Fayette and St. Paul Streets, Baltimore.
To TnF PUnLI.-It affords me much pleasure to state that in July, 1871, Front
;treet Theatre was painted inside and out with "Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint," for
vhich C. P. Knight, No. W West Lombard Street, is agent, and to tetify to its superior
ty over any and all other paints for similar uses. In no private dwelling can paint possi
oly be subjected to the very severe test it undergoes at this establishment, whre, during
ur daily cleaning, soap and soda are constantly applied to it, and yet it appears as sound
ud fresh as when fist put on. Of the numerous adyantages it po.sesses over 4)ther
aints, I will oiily mention its being imixed and readv for use in quiantitie.i to suit pur
hasers; its quickly drying proper.ties, which saves much time in the execution of work
rhere paint is needed, and its v6ry perceptible tenacitY, which imparts beauty arid dura
ility to the objects on which it is used. As such I iost earmestly recommend it to the
lerchants and tradesmen of our city, believing i will give then greater satisfaction than
hey can possibly anticipate. WM. E. SINN,
Baltimore, April 25, 1872. Front Street Theatre.
CHAMURS11r1G, December 10th 1872.
MR. C. P. KNiT-DEAR SiR: The paints we received from you have been applied
a several of our own buildings and to those of our friends, and have given entire satis
iction in covering qualities, in glocs, and n adaptability to all kinds of surface of mate
ial, and we cheerfully recommend it, especially to that class of consumers who have to
epend upon unknown parties, or painters, to mix and furnish inaterials, wherein we have
>und the most deceptiou.
Yours, truly, JACOB STOUFFER & SON.
MARYLAND I.i\F, BALTIMOI-E COUNTY, Nn., September 24th, 1872.
C. P. KNIGHT, EsQ - Agent for Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint, B dtimore-DEAR SIR:
'he paint which I purchased from you has given entire satisfaction, so much so that all
iy neighbors intend to follow niy example, and have their houses painted. It is not on
durable ind cheap, but it looks better after it is put on than any paint I ever saw. The
ainter I have employed is delighted with it. ie says that lhe can paint twice as fast,
ud at the sane tiie do a better job, with the Enamel paint, tlta any other paint lie
ver used. I can therefore without hesitation recommend it to the public as one of the
ery best articles of paint ever introduced.
Yours, very truly, JAMES H ALL.
BEL A ra, 3IARYIANP, March 4th 1872. -
Ma. C.?P. KNIGHT-DEAR SIR: I have been using, since last spring, Bradley's Patent
namel Paint, and am happy to say that it gives entire satisfaction wherever I have used
and to parties to whom I have furnished it for other painters to use. Mr. John J.
~reet, who lives near Clermont Mills, to whom-i furnisheid the Bradley Painit last fall, is;
uch pleased with it, and gives permission to use his name in recommending so good a
tint. S. H. Montague, painter, agrees with me as to the durability of your most excel- I
nt paint. I hope parties who have~ painting to do~ will look to their advanitage and apply I
radley's Patent Enamel Paint, whicb is thme most durable paint now ini use. It holds its
loss longer than any other paint thiat I have ever used.
Yours, truly, E. C. GARRETTSON, Ilouse and Sign Painter.
C. P. KNIsGtT, Esq.-Dxa SIR: I have used Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint on may
veIling last Spring, and ami much pleased with it, and it looks as well now as when first
inted, and consider it a good Paint. Yours, .truly,
Creswell P. 0., Hartford Co., Md., Feb. 6th, 1873. A. .1I. STRASBAU'GH. e
C. P. KNIGHT, Sole Agent,
No. 93 W. Lombara Street, Baltimore.
Gil SPECIMENS AND PRICE LIST FLINISHED GRATIS. -J
Junme 11, 28--Smt.
as been before the American public Iwithout this Liniment. The Inloncy re. C
VER THIRTY years. It has never yet Ifunded unless the Liniment is as repre-.
fled to give perfect satisfaction, and has Jsented. Be sure and get the genuine~
atly been styled the panacea-for all ex- 3IEXICAN MUJSTANG LINnIENT. Sold
rna Wounds, Cuts, Burns. Swellings, by all Drugrgists and Country Stores, at C.
ramis, Bruises, &c., &c., for Miin and 25c., 50c. and $1.00 per Bottle. Notice
last. 'No family should lbe a single day s yle, size of bottle, &c.
Apr. 23, 16- ly.eow.
___ HAGAN'S T
LET it be distinctly understood that th(e L
N EW BE R RY,
n full bl.ast and doing things up all rig.ht, -
.1 w~el prepared for a good run this F-all.U
All kinda of work done in good svle in-I of
ding copy ing of old Pictiires, Filling~ Pins, -
A fine lot ot -
~ome along during this pretty weather.
- ---A FEW APPLICATINS MAR A
5 to $20 rernar! Agents wanted: Pure Blooming Complexion. Jc
of either sex, young _or old, niake emore mon- It is Pavely Vegetable, and its opeation is
iwork for us in their spare momni-ts. c all - ee and felt at once. It does away with the and
tine, than at anything elce. 1Particulars. yise Appearanco caused by Heat. Fatigue io
.Address G. Stinson & Co. P ortland' an:lExcitement. Healsandremovesal.lBlotchesgC
li- Jan. 15,2-ly- aud Pimple., dispelling dark and unsightly obt
spots. Drives away Tan, Freckles and Sun- fn
P A VI LI ON I110 T E L. burn. and byits etie but powerra1inauence
mantles the addcheek withwh
Charleston. S. C. YOUTHFUL ELOOX AND BEAUTY. Ican
Sold by all Druggiats and Faacy Stores. p tacl
G. T. ALFORD & CO., Proprietors. - t,53aPark Place, New York.
R. HAlTO, S.a.,te ,ent Amr. 23, 1a_-l.eow
\HEELR & \11M N.
SEVING MACHINE I
So long the ladies' favorite, a:l for more
than twenty-five years the leadin
Of the World!
Gal no he0v h by Calling Oil
Mrs. D. MOWER.
Or L. H. REDOS,
Apr. 16, 15-3m. Newberr.%, S. C.
BUY THE BEST!
The AMERICAN will Last a Life Time.
It is superior to all others for simplicity
It has been pronounced by the beet me
:hanics the best finished, and made on thic
best plan, of any machine manufactured.
Will sew the finest and coarsest fabrics, no
natter how much starch. Never drops
ititches, runs light and almost noiseless.
Call and examine for yourself.
Sold on the most reasonable terms and
Indticements to clubs.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Oct. 23 43-tf.
FIRE, FIRE, FIRE
Vas started in the NEV BAKERY of
R. JUHN S. SMITH, on Mond.ty last,
Nho heard that the DAILGRES OVEN
ras in blast, and that BREA), CAKE,
'IES and other things were being turned
Over the event, so ardently looked for.
'he proprietor is happy to state that he
a now preparud to furnish the citizens of
fewherry, and especially little children's
aothers, with the most toothsome and
ffart will be spared to provide daily for
bie wants of the public, either for their
reakfasts, dinners or suppers. Pic nic
arties, and all other parties furnished on
pplication. H[e is happly to say that.
is bread will be so good that no other
F'ith the exception of coffee and tea will
vern be necessary. Send in your orders at
'J. S. SMITH,
.Next door to L. R. Marshall's.
L IF E
eposited with State Comptrollers
for Security of Policy Holders. .$150,000
.S. HIoT...........Vice-President Ft
.0. 5. OxA.... ......Secretary :
WV. Brnitis...... .......eneral Agen:t
MERcERa GREENs, M. D.Medical Ex'r
. J. MAaLrL...........Sup't of Agencies
NEWBERIRY C.- I., S. C'.,
Deccember 19, 1872.
At a meeting of Policy Holders, at
ewberry C. HI., a Board of Advisory
-usee of the COTTON STATES
[FE INSURANCE COMPANY
Ls org~anized, and the following ofli
JoMAs S. MooRMAN. - President Ge
Mr. LANGFoRD, - Vice-President
L. SCHIUMPERT, - - Secretary
The Company is in the finest possi
condition-having $175 to S100 anad
A Dividend has been declared on 4ofor
P~olicies issued prior to .Janiuary ins
M. W. ABNEY, a
General Agent. be~
'eb. 2C., 8-tf. a
'he Newberry Hotel. ~
KRDAN P. PqOL, Proprietor. -
his Hotel has undergone recent repairs,
is now more comfortable and well ap
ited than ever. With a well-kept table,
d rooms, attention to ev-ery want, and ]
ging servants, the traveling public will
it all they can ask for.
addition there is a first-class bar-room
re the best of wines, liquors and segars
be had, and also a billiard-room at- Of
be Livery stable belonging to the Hotel Sn
Iso well supplied.
pnt 2.3 tf
xE.sED FLOORING, CEILING, WEAT
terns ol'Mouldings made, over 100,000 P
lantel-Pieces, Door and Window Frames, ma<
,ls, Ballusters of Walnut or Mahogany, on bar
xork made as cheap at !his establishment as c
)n hand the largest stock of the above,South a
tntee will give entire satisfaction to all who wi
The subscribers are the only practical Mecha
airrving on the-business in the city of Charlest
itate, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida, as
W. P. RU
SOTICE.-On account of the manner in whic
tion of the risk of Brea-age of Cas with or
:he roads in this StateatALF RATES, whic
Mar. 12, 1873-10-1y.
BA a iOEST04
6&ew d a ter, ve r
L H. HAL L& CO,
.Yfe"a&re-.' & B"&Vr.
2,4,6, 8.10. M&ret Street.
CHAjRLESTON, S. C.
This Cutentered according to Act oi Congrep,
n the year 1873, 1,y I. fl. HALL & Co.. in the of
ce of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
June 25, 1C53-25-y.
Sash and Blinds,
M OU LDIN GS, JIRACKETS,
ST A IR FIX-tures, Buiilders' Ftr
nishitng llardware.Drain Pipe,Floor
Tiles. Wire Guards, Terra Cotta
Ware, Marble and Slate Mantle
WINDOW GLASS A SPECIALTL.
White Pine Lutmber for Sale.
Circulars and Price Lists sent
free on application, by
P. P. TOALE,
20 Hayne and :33 Pincknesets.,
0Oe.. 2, "72-ly. Charleston, S C.
- - -- - - - t
GEO. S. HACKER,
'oor, Sash and Blind Factory,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
mrs IS AS L aRGE A ND COMPLETE A G
etory as there is in the South.
All work manufactured a.t the Factory in
is city. The only house owned and man
ed by a 3:rolinian in this city-. . a
Uf SEND FOIR PRICE L IST~ g
Factory and Warerooms, King Street, op
site Cannon Street, on line of City Rail
GEO. S. HACKER.
P. 0. Box 170. Charleston, S. C.
LOVELACE & WIIIEELER, Agents.p
S O UT H R Nre
evais Street, near Greenville and Colum- u
COLIBIIA. S. C..
S PREPARED TO RECEIVE COTTON
I otber property upon 6,torage, and make E.
rances upon the same. Cotton shipped to
shouse wvill be stored subject to the order
he owner, and the lowest rates charged
stotuge. All property so stored will be
ured in good seliable companies, if in-T
ance is desired ; and ad vances will be made
the lowest banking rates. Our store
ses are so located that drayage is not
essary; and no charge for handling will
.11 business communications shonld be
ressed to the Treasurer.
EDWARD HIOPE., President.
DwrN F. GAnr, Treasurer.
ar. 12, 10-6m.
~AT I ON AL IIo T EL,
Columbia, S. C.
robert Joyner-. Proprietor.
.HannltOll Jovi10r. Clerk.
3oard, per Day...............::0
pecr, Breakfaat and Lodging ... 2 ("
'1c \el...........I r( .
MSS HAYNE~ -
IER BoARDS, &c. Over 100 different pat
oet on hand, for sale -at New York prices.
Lc to order at short notice. Stair RAil, New
d and made to order. Good and substantial
in be made in the United tes. We have
f the city of Baltimore, all o rwhich we guar
nt good and sub5tantial work.
zics, Sash, Blind and Door Makers, by Trade,
Dn, and can refer to geilemen all over this
to the character of their work for the past
SSELL & CO., Charleston, S. C.
we box up our work, and our own assump
linary handlinz, our goods are shipped over
is a great saving to the purchaser of our work..
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.
Buggies, Saddlery, Xc.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER
WE MEAN SINN[S j
Aud can show a stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
HARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
Refrigerators, &c., &c.,
gererally, in this line, which for beauty,
elegane. durability and superiority cannot
be surpassed in the country.
WE SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
AND DEFY COMPETITION!
Our SADDLE and IIARNE.'8 MANU
FACTORY is well supplied and turns out
AT ThE LOWER STORE
caun be found a choice and large as.sort
of every character and kind, which we wil
Low for Cash !
We buy largely of COTTON and give the
Lop of the market always.
All we ask is that the public will favor
us with a call so that an examination may
be made. Remember there are three sepa
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Oct. 23, 4:3-tf.
Staionery anel Rining.
ME STATIONERY HOUSE8,
IIAS just opened, in the. new and hand
ome , building imme.diately opposite the
ho,nax office, on Main street, a complete
STA TIONE RY,
Momprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
II sizes, qualities and of every description;
rlat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
ium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial
zes, which Will be sold in any quantity, or
aanufactured into Blank Books of any si.e,
nd ruled to any pattern, and bound in any
tyle, at short notice.
n endless varietcy-all sizes, colors and quali
f every variety, Memorandum and Pass
ooks, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
ooks, Receipt "ooks, Note Books.
ARCHIfEc 'I DRAUTGHTSMEN will
nd a complete stock of materials for their
se. Drawing Paper, in sheets and rolls,
ristol Boards, Postal Paper. andi Boards, Oil
aper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes and
:,xes, Brushies, Crayons, Drawing Pecns.
C every description; a great variety of con
anient andi useful articles for both Teachers
Photograh Albums, Writing Desks, Port
hios, Cabas, with boxes, and a countless
Also, :' most elegant stock of Gold Pens
id Pencil Cases, superbly-mountedl Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
id Copyinr; Mucibzi:e; Chess and Ba L
itlumou Meni and Boards: Visiting and Wed
ng Cards,;and everything usually kept in a
irst Ulass Stationery House,
Inch the subscriber intends this shall be.
lie will still conduct his BINDERY and
LANK BOO'K MANUFACTORY and PA
ER-RULING; ESTABLISHMENAT, which
s been in, successful operation for over
irty years in this State, and to which he
:11 continue to devote his own Personal at
rition. His stock will be kept up full and
mplete, and his prices will he found always
Isonable, and he hopes to have a share of
E. Ri. STOKES, Main Street, t
N~ov. 1.5, 40-tr Opposite P'hanix Office.
E. DAVIES. D). B. W ADE.
~ $FL8 TO 0DDII9M H ORNER. I|
.E. DAVIES & 0.,
New York and Domestic
ultry, Game, Eggs, Butter,
Lard, Cheese, &c.
)RFOLK OYSTER DEPOT,
PLAIN STREET, Iat
Next to Dr. Jacksoni,
COLUMBIA, S. C
Irders Promptly Attended To. er
f ar. 5, 9--t f.I .
SOUTH CAROLINA R. R.
Steamships, and Connecting Roads,
Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line
via Charleston, S. C.,
New York, Bcston, Philadelphia, and Balti
Offer supaerior inducements to Shippers of
Freight. Quick time and safe delivery guar
Passengers will find tlik not only the lcap
est, but the most delightful route betweeu
New York and puin:s West. Elegant ateain
ers on the litie.
Through Tickets on sale at the above
points,:-nd at ali principal points West.
A. L. TYLER,
Vice-President, S. C. R. 14.
S. B. Pici.ENs, General TieKet Agent, S.
C. R. I. A pr. 9, 14-ttf.
i Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
L. M. CVLE, General Ticket Agent, Baiti
SIDNEY B. JONES, General Passenger
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Great National Route to the West
The oniy Line running l'ullhan's IPa lace
Cars, and elegant Day Coaches between
Baltimore and Washington, Cincinnati and
It is the BEST ROUTE to Chicago, Columbus,
Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, and
Its connections are miany: and important,
making more direct conriection:s through
Union Depots with other lines, than any
other Rail Line from Washi:!gton or Balti
The superb equipments of this Line, Grand
Scenery, its advantages in modern inlprove
ments, and permanent structures of Iron
Bridges and Stone Viaducts, are notable
features, and commend it to the traveller.
Apr. 2, 13-t-t.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND
JA.IES ANDER.RON, General Siperinten
dent, Wilmington, N. C.
E. R. DORSEY, General Freight and
Ticket Agent, Columbia. S. C.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
Leave Charlotte, 7.15 ..M. and S. .M.
" Colnmbia, 2.29 P.M. and 3 31 A.Ni
Arrive at Augusta, 7.42 i.u. and 8.21 .M.
Leave Augusta, 6.3 AM. and 5.50 P.u.
" Columbia, I 1.53 .M. and I1.05 P.M.,
Arrive at Charlotte, 6.15 P.M. and6.0: .M.'
CV~ Trains marked * do not run on SuT.
Both Trains make close connectioi. to all
points Nipth, South, East and West.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Night Trains.
The connections are numerons, and with
the principal lii;es of travel in North Caro
lina, South Carolina and Georgia.
Apr. 2, 13-t1.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Daily, Sundays excepted, connecting with
Night Trains on South Carolina Railroad, up
and down. also with Trrains going North and
South on Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad. and Wilmington, Columbia and An
Leave Columbia.................... 7.15 a m
"Alston.. ..--...--- ... ........ 9..5 a m
-Newberry..................10.40 a m
- Cokesbury...... ...........2.0 p m
" Belton................. .....350 p m
Arrive Greenville..................~ 53 pn
Leave Greenville.--...............730 a in
" Belton---.--............ .3 am
" Cokesbury...-----.............1115 a m
" A-bbeville----.------........ 1 am
" ewberry.................. 2.30 p mn
" lston... ..-............... 4.20 pm
Arrive Columbia- -................ 6.00 p mn
AN5DERSON BaaNcHi AND BLUE RIDGE DIVIsIoN.
Leave WVathalla at.................. 5.45 a m
" Perry.vile.-.-................ .2 a m
-..end.eto--.--..--.............. 7.10 a in
- Anderson ---................ 81') a mn
Arrive at Belton---.-----.......... 9.0 am
(onnuectina with down train from Greenville.
Leave Belton at- 3.50 p in
" Anderson 4 5) p in
" Pendleton 5.5) p m
".Perry rile----- 6.35 p m
Arrive at WVaihalla .-- 7.15 p mn
Accomrmodation Trains run on Abbeville
Branch. Mondays, Wednesda, and Fridays.
On Anderson Branch. betwee'n Belton and Au
derson. on Tuesdays, 'fhursdays and Saturdays.
THlOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'i Supt.
JAnZ NouT-oN, General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company,.
COLUM BIA, S. C., June. 28, 1873.
ON and after SUNDA Y the 2)th instant, Pas
senger Trains upon this itoad will arrive and
leave as follows:
MAIL AND PASSENGERa TRtAIN.
Leave Columbia at....----............... 5 30 a mo
Arrive at Charleston at ---........1.10 p m
Leave Charleston at ..,. ..-.......86.0-u a m
Arrive at ColumbIa at...............1.4' p in
SIGHT EuPEESS. FRE;IGRi AND Ac(OMMloDA
TION TRAItN, [Sundays excepted.i
Leave Columbia at.-.---...--- .. ..... ...7.15 p mn
Arrive at Charleston at- ..............6.45 a nm
Leave Charlestonat...---................7 10) p r
Arrive atClmi at- .........15 a mn
Camden Accommodation Train will continue
o run to Columbia as formnerly-Mondays, Wed-(
iesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TrYLEIt. Vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS, General Ticket Agent.
ummner Schedule Spartanbnrg and Union
To Commience 29th May, 1871.
DO)WN ThAIN. UP' TRAIN.
-Arrive. leave. Arrive. Leave.
partanbur-.. - .3> 5.25
latesv:lle... 6.0 i . 4 53 4.53
'acolet...........'.S- 6.13 4 40 4.45
onesv ile ...... .43 6.48 4. 5 4.1o
.niounvilie..... .25 .54 3) on ).
antuc..........20 8.25 2.30) 2.35
ish D)am -.....8.4' S 45 2.10 2.15
helton.......... 9.15 929 125 1.44)
~yIe& Ford---.9.-4 9.45 1.12 1.17
trother..........1 05 10.10 12.50 12.55
.lston.-..... 11.60 12 0o
TIIQS. 13. JETER., President. 1
May 31. 1871.
~harlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
$ CERINTENDENT', OFFICE, fi
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Train No. 1. Train No. 2. 0
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eave (olumnbia... .11. 53 A. 31. 11.05 P. M. W
trrive Charlotte. ...7.42 P'. M. 6."'J A. M.a
cave Charlotte.....80 A. Mt. 8.20 P. Mt. g(
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rrive Anuuta ...~........2PM. 8.20 A.M.
A o. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sundays
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