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A Japanese-, ' .
A comi? vaulting boy, ? . )/
With his attempts to please,
Uses two words that hold moro Joy
Than chapters novolists indite
Those words, AU flight.
Lot sickness como
Within oar home,
In chamber where we Bhado the light;
Physician's finger '
. On the pulso linger1
Thoa our own breath
Seems going with the Bick one's onto
Until we bear the words, AU Hight.
We seek a ship,
And with it slip
O'er blackened wave, through billows
Yot'braVQ are ?ve on the wave's pinnaolo,
For from the binnacle
Tho helmsman gives tho words, AU Hight.
And when with mau
Wo try our plan,
To eara our bread In the world's fight;
How pleasant in the end,
To find in all a friend
Eaoh man doclaro onr dealings wore AI
night. v": ?
And when life's strifo is past,
When wo are laid at last,
If not quite out of mind, yet out of sight
May the timo como,
When like a sunbeam through tho tomb
An angel may receive us with All Hight!
My Ftnt Pipe.
It is avery diminutive moerschaun
indeed, witta a little carved stem, lik<
tho tail of a juvenile porker, aud i
hangs very nicely iu tho corner o
your mouth, (the stem, and not ttl?
pig's tail,) with the bowl resting 01
tho chin, and tho ascending smoki
warming your nose in cold weathe
. in a very jolly way. It has beei
broken once or twice, and has silvc
bauds around tho stem, which set ol
the dark mahogany tint of the meer
sol m uni very prettily. This pipe wa
given me by Ensign-, of H. Id
-th Regiment, and it recalls to mini
many jolly days and nights in th
mess-room or at the main guard
The citadel at-, where the -t
wero quartered, stood on a naturi
elevation overlooking tho town, hat
bor - and surrounding country,
century had rolled round since th
fortifications bad been designed, an
mosses were growiug in many place
ou the granite walls. It was truly
formidable looking place, with il
great cannon sweeping down tb
slopes, its massive walls and yawuiu
embrasures. The o?icers' quartei
wero very liko prison cells. Som
faced outward and somo inward, bi
with very few exceptions tho vie
from the solitary wiudow was tli
same-dark grauite walls,
^'Only this and nothing moro."
Tho ceilings were arched bric
work, the floor aud walls of cold gm
granite, and over walls und ceiling
were many coats of white-wash. Tl
nre-pluces or grates were small au
deeply suuk, but when filled wil
soft bituminous coal, they dispense
ample heat. Ensign-'s quarte
boasted of the regulation iron bei
stead, and hero his dog Jack (ashoi
haired Irish terrier, more knowii
than one would suppose it possib
for a dog to be,) used to ouscon
himself in his master's absence, J
tho first rattle of tho door hand!
however, Jack would dart off fro
and under tho bed in a jiffy; b
this *-ould not always save him fro
castigation, for a little hollow iu t
level of the bed would testify unm
takably to his guilt. Beside, the b
was the skin of a black bear, and
the centre of tho room a moose ski
On the wall above the bed was t
stuffed head of a moose, with its hu
antlers, on which were laid or hu:
various walking sticks, fishing roi
etc. A bureau, with a good displ
of scarf pins, buttons and toilet ai
des; a slender iron washstand, wi
tin bowl and pitcher; a dozen or t
of forks in portable shelves; a tal
bearing photograhic albums and pl
tograpli8; drawing materials, wa
colors, dogs-eared volumes from 1
garrison library, cards and not
pipes and tobacco, a few lithogra]
on tho wall, and you have a sketch
all the officers' quarters in tho cita
Here it was that I first smoked
?ipo which afterward became mi
t was a cold, raw day in autumn;
fi re .was burning brightly in tho li
grate; Jack, the terrier, was cur
np on the moose skin, uow aud tl
turning his full, intelligent eyo ii]
us, as wo sat in easy lounging oh)
on either sida of tho tiro and
changed confidences over steam
glasses of pure Glenlivet. A tl
persou would have been decided!;
trop. Wo wero discussing a yoi
lady who had b.oken scores of he
in tho country, and who had i
come to town to try her skill
higher game than susceptible com
bumpkins. Of course, we could i
or rather would not, have introdt
such a subject had we other listei
Mian the terrier. We wore 1
pretty deep in the young lu
looks, und deadly rivals in the eyi
the world, or rather, that portioi
if comprised iu tho society of -
but wo used to exchange notes al
tervals for mutual edification and
struction. It would make a stol
itself, this double flirtation, nu
very amusing ouo too, for no lu
wore broken in tho somowhat dan
ou8 pastime. The young lady ai
two to her list of victims, (as
thought,) and then engaged he
to a great moon-faced booby who
beeu courting her aunt (as proxj
the time in the back ground, and
were long Rince married. Seven
cidents of this nature are linked
our friendship, aud my pipo re
then* ali wit* w^rfcd j^j^phje
power. Such affairs generally do ena
iii smoke, you know. My friend lias
been promoted to, -a lieutenancy, and
is now faraway in "merrie England,"
and we are not likely^ to meet again.
riPH THE SECOND
Is a very ugly pipe to look at, but
ona dear to a smoker's beast. It is
u meerschaum, with a small bowl and
a cherry stem, and it hus received
such'hard uS?go that few would sus?
pect it to bo that diamond in the
rough, a "sweet" pipo. Evory smoker
will recognize this definition. The
pipe was not given to me after the
manner of tho first. I acquired
ownership by possession and con?
stant use, although when about to
fold up my tent like the Arabs, I ro
coived permission to bear it away.
Every ono who hus smoked it has
been so smittens with it that I have
found some difficulty in retaining it.
Apparently of so little intrinsic value,
it has been asked for unhesitatingly,
aud the refusal received doubtingly.
It is so distinctively a bachelor's pipe
-it might efren belong to a woman
hater-that no soft memories aro as?
sociated with it. It recalls life in a
boarding-house, tho grimmcd, ink
daubed walls of a newspaper office,
aud rough frolics and forays ou Hood
aud field. I should bato to part with
it, though, and only lay it aside to
1'ITE THE THIRD,
Which sums upiu a manner impossi?
ble to describe, and not even, as I am
fully aware, easily imagined, six years
of my lifo. But the fact is very clear
to me, nevertheless. Six. eventful,
sad and happy years roll backward as
I watch tho smoke rise from the beau?
tiful curved bowl. During that time
anew republic roso and fell; couut
' less cherished hopes were trampled
into tho dust; and scorn, bitterness,
I anguish, despair and death came to
mauy. Moro than all, docs this pipe
! recall me, though I can hardly tell
why, a fair sweet face, with earnest,
truth-spcakiug eyes, a low broad
brow, shaded by soft brown hair, and
a slender, girlish figure. Ah mc! lu
their presence I threw olY my worldly
garb of indifference, of cynicism, of
heartlessness. I, who have wandered ;
heart-whole fur and wide, knew my?
self to be iu the toils at lust. Visions
of a quiet home after all my weary
wanderings np and down the dusty
highways and byways of the busy,
bustling world came to me now and
then aud were welcome. My restless?
ness and my feverish fancies left me,
but this peaceful, happy period of my
life passed like a dream, and nguiu
am I a wanderer. Not a pcusivo
swain, straying through flowery vales
with his plaintive pipe; but, grown
harder, more heartless, more cynical
thou ever, elbowing my way through
crowded thoroughfares, seeking for?
getfulness in pipe and perrique.
Poetry in Undress.
It is mauy years sinco I fell in love
with Jane Jerusha ?Skeggs, the hand?
somest country girl by fur that ever
went on two legs.
By meadow and creek, and wood
and dell, so often did we walk, and
the moonlight smiled on her melting
lips, and the night winds learned our
talk. Jane Jerusha was all to mo.
for my heart was young and true,
and loved with a doublo twisted love,
and a love that was honest, too. I
roamed all over the neighbor's farms,
and I robbed the wildwood bowers,
and 1 toro trowsers and scratched my
hands in search of choicest flowers.
lu my joyous love, I brought these
to my Jerusha Jane, but wouldn't be
so foolish now, if I were a boy again.
A city chap then carno along, all
dressed up in fine clothes, with a
shiny hat, and a shiny vest, aud a
moustache nuder his uose.
Ho talked to her of singing schools,
(for her father had a farm,) and she
left me, the country love, and took
tho new chap's arm. And all that
night I never slept, nor could I eat
next day, for I loved that girl with a
fervent love that naught could drive
away. I strove to win her back to
me, but it was all in vain; tho city
chap with tho hairy lip married Je?
rusha Jane. And my poor heart was
sick and sore, until the thought
struck me, that just as good fish still
remained ns ever was caught in tho
sea. So I went to tho Methodist
church, one night, and saw n dark
brown curl peeping from under a
gipsy hat, and I married that very
girl. And many years have passed
and gone, and I think my loss their
gain; and I often bless that hairy
chap that stole my Jerusha Jane.
RAIHINO REVENUE.-Bunsby lucidly
explains the preseut system of raising
revenue as follows: "Now, yon seo,
in the first pince, they git the amount
of a feller's business. That is taxed.
Then they find out how much be
earns every month, and that's taxed.
Then they find ont nil about his pro?
fits, and on that they lay their tax.
Then they manage to git soma tax on
what he owes. Next comes what they
call income, aud that's taxed. Then,
if anything ?H left, the preacher calls
around and gits it t<? sustain tho
church and convert thu heathen."
THE RETORT PERSONAL. -Among
tho depositors in Jacob Barker's
broken bank was a fortune-teller
named Caprell. Sbo appeared after
the failure, and clamored for her
money. To her the teller Raid: "Why
didn't you como last week?" To bim
abo said: "How could I know your
bank was going to fail?" "Then you
are not much of a fortune-teller," the
paying-teller told her.
jftiJOerafta JlUlMfcnl. Wier
marks that the iuvention of the sew?
ing machine baa enabled, on? woman
to sew aa mnoh as a hundred could
sew by hand a century ?go; he con?
tinues, one -woman now demands aa
mnoh clothing as a hundred md a
century ago-so that matters are not
much changed, after all.
T.t is a very safe rule to wet your
wrists before drinking cold water, if
you aro at all heated. The effect is
immediate and grateful, and tho dan?
ger of fatal results may bc warded off
by this simple precaution.
NOTHING NEW.-The Japanese say
that the Dahlgron gun is au old af?
fair with them. Some people are
beginning to believe that Nonh's ark
was a steam propeller.
A country cousin remnrkod to a
metropolitan friend that a storm was
brewing; tho cockney said that ho
supposed it would bo an '"ailstorm."
Human beings aro by nature fight?
ing animals. Tho very babies aro
np in arms ns soon as they come into
Snooks, observing .a lady's gaiter
in an alley, remarked that it wus an
Tho best capital to begin lifo with
is a capital wife.
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage.
Charles M. Forman, Trustee, ve. the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad Company
Order calling in Creditors.
IN pursuance of the decretal order in
the above stated case, "tho creditors
of tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Company holding bonds and coupons co?
vered by tho mortgage bearing dato 18th
January, 1854, and referred to in thu plead?
ings, ainl all creditors having any interest
under said mortgage," are hereby required
to present and prove their demands before
mo, at my office, in Columbia, on or before
the Urst day of January next, "or that
they be excluded from all benefit of the
decree to be rendered in this case. Thosu
who choose to como in as parties conu
plainants are allowed to do ho, and tlioso?'
who wish to do BO, may coniu in as de?
fendants. D. li. DESAUSSURE,
Juno 2? wsi'.ino C. E. R. D.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IX EQUITY"-UNION DISTItWT. i
Joseph Whitmiro and othe rs, creditors of
John lt. R. (liles, vs. James T. Douglas '
and wife. - Bill to Marshal Assets.
IPURSUANT to a decretal order of his
Honor Chancellor Carroll in this case,
the creditors nf John lt. It. (ides, deceased,
late ?d' Union District, 8. C., are required j
to render on oat h and establish their de?
mands before mo, by the ll rsl day of Odo- !
ber next. * WM. MUNRO,
Commissioner in Equi tv Union Dist.
Union C. H., S. C., June iii), 1SC7.
Juno 23 Hoi
Register ol Mesne Conveyance ?l?cc,
COLUMBIA, JI;.M: 25,1867.
ATTENTION is respectfully called lo
the following section of an Act passed
by the Legislature on thu 2oth of Septem?
BEC. V. All instruments in writing, of I
which a record or registry is required by
law, and of which the record or registry
has been destroyed or lost, but the original ':
preserved, and the substitutes provided ill
the said Act for such originals, in case of1
their loss, shall be recorded within six ;
months from the ratification of this Act;
otherwise they shall not prevail as liens
against subsequent purchasers for valuable
consideration, nor creditors, without no?
By Act of December 14,1806, the time for
re-recording is extenden until December
1, 1807. D. li. MILLEU,
Jillie 'it; t Registrar.
Gi OD willing, I bhall cause to bo puh
lf" lished, at a place, time and price
hereafter determined upon, a Weekly
Paper, with the above style and title.
Tho general object of tho publication
will be tho maintenance of tho Christian
Scriptures as the standard of right, in all
questions which involve morality, whether
these questions appertain to man indivi?
dually or collectively, and whether arising
from his relation to Cod or his neighbor.
Enjoining conscientious obedience to all
the ordinances of civil government not in
conflict with the law of God, the CHRIS?
TIAN NEIGHBOR will be an unequivocal
advocate of Christianity as opposed to war,
either offensive or defensive.
While neither politics nor other incongc
nial matter shall in any wiso alloy; yet tie
principles of Christ iaiiity will be applied
to all matters, so far as they involve moral
principle. Politics shall be excluded from
religion, yet tho former shall not be ex?
empt from the application of the latter.
Identified with the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, whose authority under G>>d
is paramount with me, and holding the
principles announced, tho NEIGHBOR i^
ofTerou as a medium of advocacy of all the
interests of Christianity in that branch of
tho Church, and also as an agency for en?
larging and establishing in other churches,
and in the regions beyond, that Kingdom
of Christ "which is not of this world."
I desire to ascertain, through the a 'ency
of all who will so far interest themselves,
what number of subscribers (name, post
Office, County and State,) may be reck?
oned in tho beginning; the price governed
by si/.e of sheet for six or twelve months
tu be forth-coming on the reception of the !
first number. Let all communications be
addressed SHH il. BROWNE,
July ll Marion C. IL, S. C.
THE Ladies of tho Industrial Associa?
tion would inform the. public gene?
rally that they have rented the store on
the corner of Richardson and Lady streets,
where they intend to keep constantlv on
band a f?ll supplv of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, of all descriptions. Please
call and examine tho articles which they
have now roady for sale. Home one will
always bo found ready to exhibit the
ready-made garments and to r.e. ive orders
from those who may wish tn have work
done neatly ami pi'.iiupily. M rangers'
visiting the city will bo plcuscd to give
them a call.
They would take this opportunity of re?
turning their thinks to the citizens for
their former patronage, and solicit a con?
tinuance of thc samo.
Their books aro constantly open for those
who may bo desirous of aiding (lie cause
by becoming members of this Association.
Membership only One Dollar.
Tho object of this Association is to fur?
nish constant employment for thoso who,
having been impoverished by tho war,
now depend on the needle for daily bread.
Does not such an object commend itself to
the hearts of our citizens. June SO
WWf M) DESIRABLE
J IT S
I N .
VYE HAVE RECEIVED, amongst our NEW GOODS,
A COMPLETE LINE OE ENGLISH HOSIERY.
Every style of HOOF SKIRT, comprising the following:
Tip-Top, Demi-Quaker, Invisible Quaker. Demi-Duplex,
Paris Trail, Ladies* Extra Long Demi-Quaker, Child's
Single Steel, Misses Single Steel, in movable and immova?
ble fastenings, &c, Sec.
REAL VAL. INSERT?NGS, GUIPURE EDGINGS,
BLACK SILK LAUES and EDGINGS, Swiss Mulls.
White Silk Laces and Edgings, Thread Bratlings:
Real SWISSES. Paris, Swiss. Nainsooks and Mulls,
JACONET and SWISS EDGING, ve., kc. Also.
BOBBIN ET MOSQUITO NETTING-ALL WIDTHS AND PRICES,
FRENCH "WOVE CORSETS, at Lowest Possible Prices.
R. C. SHIVER.
UNIVERSAL COTTON TIE
THIS TIF., with tin- HOOP COMPLETE, weighs no moro than thc u-ua! Rope used
in hiding Cotton, ami renders no allowance tor tun; unnecessary; tho ONLY TIE
REQUIRING No SLACK WHILE PUTTING ON, and is. no perfect that the necessity
lor heavy hoop?, to make up tor deficiencies in the Tie, is entirely obviated. Can bo
sohl by the pound or ton as cheaply an tin- heavy hoops and U H* perfect Ties. EACH
AND EVERY TIE 18 WARRANTED PERFECT. Science and practical uno will have
tho effect of tho Iron Tie entirely superseding th.' uno of Ropo-ita combination of
advantages, th?; pr?servation of thu Cotton when haled from consumption by tire, ren?
dering its security to Insurance Companies a matter for consideration, both while in
warehouse or on shipboard, and it-* aimplicitv of use and ocouoinv comhiced.
?*- For aale, in LARGE or SMALL QUANTITIES, hy
July 13 (5
J. & T. R. AGNEW,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
g To WASHINGTON
?iA?J??^ WASHING MACHINES.
-^^^^ ^^^^^ ,"''U 1 ^ * ' *~ ^111? ' * - *? " *r-N" 'bira
TH li Htihscriher has received tho agency
for tho salo of the celebrated BUCK?
EYE COMBINED REAPER and MOWER,
willoh has taken the premium over all
other machine! of the kind, whenever ex
hihiti d together.
Parties wishing machine* will find it to
their interest to call andttcxaniine the
P.uek-eye, before pundianingelHewhere. All
machines' ?(dd at manufacturer'* pri?es,
and expenses added, ?ind every machine
?old warranted to give entire satisfaction.
Tvrms liberal. Apply to
JOHN C. DIAL,
Juno 4 Manufacturer's Agent.
HAMS AND BACON STRIPS,
JOHN C. 8EEGERS A CO.'S,
Agricultural and Horticultural Im?
At the Sion of the GoUtftl Pad-fork.
ALARGE SUPPLY of tho above, con?
sisting in part of PLOWS, HARROWS,
PAN MILLS, GRAIN CRADLES, Scythes,
Straw Cutters, (J?rn Sheller.-.
Pruning Saws and Knives, Ladies' Gar?
den Tools, in setts and pairs; Transplant?
ing Trowels and Forks, Spades, Spading
Forks, Rukes, Hoes, Lines, Ao. In store
and for salo LOW for CASH bv
April 5 JOHN' C. DIAL.
SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE !
THE PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
CHAPEL, on tho square Sonth of the
.Asylum; suitable for a small familv
residence. Apply to R. L. BRYAN.
ALL-BAIL PASSENGER ROUTE
1TL?KTA& NEW ORLEANS,
VIA CHATTANOOGA and GRAND 'JUNCTION.
Through in Forty-nine Hours !
TRAINS Ina vu Atlanta daily at 8.45 a. m.
and 7 p. m.; making close connection?
at all points. Arrive ut Nen* Orleans at 8
p. m. and ll. 10 p. m.
JMT Passengers by trains of th? Oeorgia
Railroad make close connections With this
route at Atlanta.
No Steamboats or Omnibuses on this
ELEGANT SLEEPING COACHES
ON ALL HIGHT TRAIN8.
BAGGAGE: CHKCKKD THROUGH.
Fare as Loio as by aili/ oilier Hunte.
Good until need, can bo obtained at
General Ticket Office, Atlanta, Ga.; Geor?
gia Railroad. Augusta, Ga.; Houth Carolina
iiuilroad, Charleston,H. C.; South Carolina
Raihoa i, Columbia, S. C.
JOHN B. TECK,
Western and Atlantic Railroad.
July 17_? >>_3mo
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
OPBIOB LAURENS RAILROAD,
LAURENS C. H., 8. C., July 12,18G7.
ON and arter MONDAY, 22d instant, the
trains will run over this Road as fol?
lows, until Inri her notice:
Leave Lauri ns at 5 o'clock a. m. on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and-Frk ays, and arrive
at Newberry at ll o'clock a. m.
Leave Newberry on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays, at fifty minutes after 12
o'clock, connecting with botta trains on tho
Greenville and Columbia Railroad at Hele?
na Shops. JOSEPH CREWS, Bup't.
Notice to Holders o? Past lue Bonds
and Coupons of the Charlotte and
Sooth Carolina Railroad Co.
TR EAS* R'S OFFICE, CA H. C. R. R. CO..
COLIRVBIA, Jul\ 10, 1807.
HOLDERS of PAST DUE RONDS and
INTEREST COUPONS of this Com?
pany are requested to present them to tho
undersigned, who is authorized to issuo
therefor new Coupon Bonds, bearing into
rest at 7 per cent, per annum. Fractional
Bouda will bu issued for sums loss than
Parties residing at a distance may trans?
mit per Express, at tho expenso of tho
Company. C. H. MANSON,
July li 10_Treasurer.
Daily Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad
SUPT'S OFFICE G. & C. R. R..
COLUMIIIA. May 80, 1807.
ON and after the 1st day of June, tho
Trains of tho Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Company will be run daily (Sun?
days excepted) over the Blue Ridge Rail?
road, between Anderson and Walhalla, to
connect with thc up and down trains of the
Greenville Railroad. B. SLOAN,
June 2_Sup. G. fr C. R. lt.
Sup'ts Office N. C. Railroad Co.,
COMPANY SHOPS, MAY 27, 1807.
UNTIL further notice, Passenger Trains
will run on this Road as follows:
Leave Charlotte daily 12.10a. m.; Greens?
boro 4.51; Raleigh 0.18. Arrive in Golds
boro 12.10 p. m.
Leave Goldsboro 1.07 p. m.; Raleigh 3.50;
Greensboro 7.58. Arrive in Charlotte
12.19 a. m.
Passengers make close through connec?
tions-cither way-at Charlotte, with the
Charlotte ami Soil tb Carolina Railroad; at
Greensboro, via Danville and Richmond;
at Raleigh, cia Weldon and Bay Line and
Annamessic Linc. Also, connect at Golds?
boro with Mail Train on Wilmington and
Weldon Road, to and trom Wilmington.
Time from Charlotte to New York forty
hours, by either route.
May 2!) JAS. ANDERSON. Snp't.
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE A 8. C. RAILROAD,
ConuiiniA. S. C., Mav 2, 1807.
ON and after SUNDAY. May 5, the sche?
dule, of the Passenger Trains over
thia Road will bc as follows:
Leave Columbia at... .5.80 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.12.15 a. m.
Leave Charlotte at. 12.20 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia ut. C.50 a. m.
Close connections are made at Columbia
and Charlotte with mail trains on the North
Carolina and South Carolina Railroads. By
this arrangement, passengers by Green?
ville Road go immediately through East?
ward, and have no detention in Columbia.
THROUGH TICKETS are sold at Colum?
bia to Richmond, Ya., Washington, D. C..
Baltimore, Md., Philadelphia, Pa., and
New York city -giving choice of routes uin
Portsmouth or Richmond-and baggage
checked. Tickets are also sold at Char?
lotte for Charleston and Augusta.
An Accommodation Train, for freight and
local passage, leaves Columbia at 7 a. m.,
on Tue sdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ot
each week, and Charlotte on the same
days and hour; anning ut Columbia and
Charlotte at 7 p. m.
May 8 C. BOUKNICHT. Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina R. R
GENERAL SUPTS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, S. C., March ll, 18CC.
ON and after the Pith.mst., the Through
Mail Train will run us follows, viz:
Leave Charleston.8.00 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 5.20 p. m.
Leave Columbia.6.50 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 p. m.
March 13_H.T. PEAKE, Gen'l Snp't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
PASSENGER Trains will rnn daily, Sun?
days excepted, as follows:
Leave Col nubia at. 7.15 a. m.
" Alston at.9.05 .?
" Newberry at.10.35 "
Arrive at Abbeville at. 8.13 p. m.
at Anderson at.6.10 "
" at Greenville at.5.40 M
Leave Greenville at. . COO a. m.
" Anderson at.6.30 "
" Abbovilleat. 8.85 "
Newberry at. 1.20 p, m.
Arrive at Alston *t.2.45 "
" at Columbia at. 4.40 "