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y. W. F. BRIM"', EDrWox.
' hILD'S NE ED OF SYM
Tlho child needs tympathy, coM
liIius-ip, love. Here also tho in
stilnct of tho higher quadrupeds(
-li -l i ohino- wayl tho samon
Show inl aI tout e -
deimand. T1 e dog's desire. r foo,
and oftten dpllainlg it is to be
. . -ter If his master is
with his mastel'. iifhSi'I
within doors, the dog Wishes to lie
at his feet; if he goes to aniothol.
room, the dog must a so go, and es
tablish himself there; if ho goes
tort h owalk or ride,tIhe foulr-ionted
friend bounds along in h over
jvvd to I-ravJ'Se miiil7 of clounitry, I
Which ho would m"ver vist aln.I
A i oc ,asioniwI fri.dly wori com
tvtW aim t ut w~ it hout compan
hip he can do not hing. 4raige
th animlliv1 Iand often ignored it
in the chil ! Evory child needS
c0mpainionlship - to have some one
to whom oVery joy may Io illipalr
t'd. Soeub of the most. conse'niI
tii '11 and dovoted parent(s w'.ho hiave
Over kissod thier childrOen, and the
aE, hlqj IIabIit ( o)f ree ss'1.4 Zi n ) 1 .4t iIl
shows itself inl So0me household ill
readto all vo communlica l ionls ni
the young. A woIail of 'goili5.
not now living, nen ( old Ii Ae
did 11. knowII how to tell tium un
til sho was e ighlteen, a'ealuso ioeu
father hand undertalaen (o explain
it, to ler when she was twelve, and
she was afraid to let hii know that
she (hd failed to comprehend him.
Yet. she said that he lad ('ver inl
his life spokel to her ono harsl
word. It was simplily tle attit.uidi'
of cold repressin that frozo her.
"II:- hoar( was pure-and terrible.
I think there was not uaniot her Ii hk
it on earth."-E x.
Have the courage to show your
rIspect for honesty in whIai tovor
guis it appear:l. and I your col tepll)t
for dishnl t duplioity iby wh0111
so'vor exhibit' d.
I. Provention Ili. tbwrong, do
ing is hut t'r tha ' eluhg thle
Wr at ail unlss viu hay' pot
-2 j viv f.:n i a .- ui thinIII iust r -
thin , ii ul (' l ' a i la e ult a o
5i. Ii iiiru in the. toter bnimb
dtein* i n I t puiL. TiV f re al
7. OX(ld i'(el)w,'I i'ifpr he( r
9. A school not jipoperly (1m
play'ed( is a s(chool otf lit I hi progrets
10. Never' Ihroa tin ;above aml, nov
er' use, ini th l east degree itr un.i
(der anV ~ i eiumstainees, gAinCA M
Assoc(ialte Siuper'iintenditit \\ard
rec(nly v tuhlresed thJiroo1i k lyin
teacheris on the Suibjiet 0f "Teh.'Il
Jng Bi'ginniers Hoiw to) r'ad." He
spoike inl subswtaneio as folows:Vi~
"T'Iho ol alphabetic me)Ithod is
slnwh and1( clumnsy, the phonetic mi
'omupleto. Tho lecomlbinetd me(thod
is 11h0 bet1ter oine. Ini this wo use
words, syll Ibl)es, and sound1(. TIhere
are three simio stp)s: F'irst 0111
training; second, eye t raining
thir id, th 10si mu Ilaneous use0 of the
oyo aind (mar in reaihding word1s and
senteneos. Toach, first., word(s asB
wholes soc(ond, sylflalos as wholes;
third, sin)gle sounds of the words8
to be0 Oemployed. A nuimbor of
tests in di lfereont sc'hools prove this
mel~tho~d to be superior to aml form
0(d 5chimnis. 'leach ing an initial
stock I soind~s should not occu
1y tho teacher's aittomntioni'o
THEIF LENGTU~ C THEl DAY.
As one~ travels toward the( pleos
the length of, the (lays beogins to
vary more anid mlore. At Now
York the longest day is fi Lo
hours; at Montroasxo t
Londlon, sixtOon and alf;
Ham iburg, oven teon; at Bt et5
burg, nineteen ; alt Totrnoa, y'-e
land, Juno 21st b)rings one nearly
twonty-twvo hour11s long, while at
Wardbury, Norway, the longest
days ilat from May 21st to July
22d without intorruiption. Why is
this? It is one of tho' most diffi
auli things to understand in as
*k)61*677) ci 7-7-75T.7 ~i Z )6
1,( ourl nway Feiends andl Customcnen:
When t he clock in every hoio on
od illorning, Marolh 12th, 1894,
t -kes breakfast timie and tbe fami
ies gather for tihe morning miieal,
dCase aid to the swee-tenig of' the
.( two extra1 hlmIa ;1n:1p) of good
wIhs for the new filin of .oi1es &
li ltisOn andt ae1ept our iit
Ianks tori' aou r1 't inuted patro ig
sm11ee our opemn11g.
'I hat is the word that. best conveys
the extent o i'our purchases of New
Spring and m tni er Goods on sale
tlhi.s 12th day on Mareb.
This is the word thit Imost lit
in y de1rb) !h' natur-e1) 1,111( of th is
stock of, Now Gos
IV E A S;ON.\ k B . 14.
This is the wor(d whivicl in fullest
Ileasires fells juI. how we ar go
og to :ell this largo and select
dock of fresh new niirerhandise.
oii will find much pleasuio and
)rofit in tlis diver-sifiod stock.
lake it a point to seo it..
JUSTP FOR FUN.
Fruit of tho Loom bloaching at
Indigo Bluo Callicoos ati 5 cnts.
Ono caso Challies at.3 nts.
Onlo caso G inghams at 5 conts.
]ONES & GARRISON,
March 5, Greenville, S. C.
or the Mrclbant that givesO you
Ire G fo fr your mony then I
A1. Jus.t notice the f olloinug pi
''th' Suits at. 3.7 e
b n dil ' .t.75 a a
j ''. doa Ia.50i I
D o. dI .0
andIup ( I:.u
t 'I 'h 10i I l -.nd to the dib:ir. e
CXttan Chleeks -1' e. bay the lWt.
S'rintt all 11 tyles, fromil .1 1 -2 to)Ge.
all coalors 7C.
Goodl Birogan Shoes 75 eents9-othi
er Slhoes ini propor)tin ..l
A lot of 'Shoes, 811mallI anda large
Nos., at co1st.
Ciidrenis course shoe(s 1 2 cents
Jeaniis at 18, 20, M4 andI :I( cents.
1>an't bec heat at thle pice.
1 will bui~y your ho lt Cot ton, Seed
o!tton, anad ('ofton Sced, at miarket
>rleeCS. Also, dry or green Ihides.
Mr. C. II. Parkins aind lihhard TI.
lalhun, are now with me, and will
>e glad to meet their friends.
J. II. BvOWHi
Liberty, S. (C. , Oct. 1 ', I1893.
If You WVant Anythi Ing
(eneral Merch andise,
KWCALLJ ON ME.
Dry Coods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, Cro
and a full line
-of Farm Sup
I can give you a low figure on
Viouri and Farming TImeens
oH .KAY is with me and will
>e pleased to have lus friends call on
J. E. ROBiNSON,
Easley, S. C., Feb. 8. 94--ly.
GOOD LAND FOR SALE.
All that tract of Landl lying in
Pickens County, on head watars of
Gregory Creek, waters, of Twelve
Mile River, ad joiming lands of
Aboerombie,'T'homnas D)urh am, J. E.
1lagood1 and others, containing 800
ao e, miore or less. This land IS
el ck at~ about four miles from
mioks of it e5 well timbered, the
Tmosfi esyi original forest.
Apply to T. C. itopice very low.
S. c. iasOn, Piokens.
out of employment, or in .
a position that you do not
like? Possibly the solic-:
iting of Life Insurance is:
:your special forte. Many:
."people have, after trial,:
"beeu surprised at their:
5fitness for it. To all such
it has proved a most con
genial and profitable occu
M pation. The Management
in the Department of the:
Carolinas, desires to add 5
to its force, some agents j
of character and ability.
'Write for information.
W. J. Roddey, Manager,
Rock H111, S. C.
no cent a dose.
Tns OnuA'r Couan CuRiE promptly curea
Whore all others fail Cough, Croup aore
Throat, Hoarseness, Nhoopig Cough and
Asthma. For Conaumption it as no rival
has cured thousands, and will cunu you"if
taken in timo. Sold by Druggige on a guar.
anteo. For a Lamo Dack or Chest use
BHILOH'S BELLADONNA PLASTER.25o.
aIvo you nt arrh ? TIsa remedly fa Vniran.
teed to curoyou. Frico0ts. 1uen rtree.
PIeraINS C. H., S. C., Jainary 27, 1894
POrI Oll' h I (Of t hose thalt aflre suIffer
rg wNith t'ar.e'r or T,1um111ors, I will give
(o it stIatolli t of my vase. About
bree venrel ago la.st Spriig I noticed a
ma1111l 1111111 ink Iy nos' mid1 .-oon became
ilrmeI(.d IoIIl c4 Iosultid it Doctor uand11 ho
uchb, but aft erwrd is it bursted. I then
Onlsulted( Dr1. Wilkinsron at Gr'eenv~ille,
d it. u ell; bui t jin a bout six mnon thi it
one boeuk ;iga in, :.n onl h the 301h da ly of
ovenIlber, last. I ionnuII12lnced It use o
nd( inI 'IulrrIeN hAYS y ihe 'ITumior oP Can-I
rP (c1111 out leain: ~g a1 simlei sore to
enl, whriih hetnlil~ upJ ijcely ini a- short
meu, and1( it apptears nowI to be soun.?~
ml we~l. The .\ f Ennus bI i.-uperio to0 I
.1. A NI'.'S E. C'OX.
T'lh foego inlg sit !menrJlt re..arin tg the
Ire of .1. IE. (Cox's IImo or ePnnleer i
I 'ol -'14tIf.
W. C. BRAML ETT'S
\'ili will cera'in 1lly go capi for the
arsh. It. will be to y'our inlteres't to
ee my G~oodIs and get prices.
A good Iim( an O111.:-l1Iosi.
VAaos, will he sold1 at a bargamn.
A lot of SIIIRTS to be0 sobl at a
icerifice, fromu 25 cents1. to '75 eents.
OIf all kindhl, aulways on hand1, wvill
sold at~ ther smal lest profit.
Sy('-:' Ial early, andl call ofenc, and
:1,' if I havnyu't got someithingi youl
VALUAE LE PRE1UMyS
i valuale (look for nt FarmerICI and1 Busii
Columbin Souiveilr Spoon.
The Weekly News & Oourier,
Th'ie (Great Southern Family Newstpaper,
Offers to everiy Yearly subscribor eithe
of the abovo Pr'omiums
A1BSOLUTE~~ 1Y FEE 1
TPhe Weekly News andl CourIer, 1 year
Thle Weekly News and Courier, six
mon ths (without Premium 50
Sond for sample copies and circulars.
Address. THlE WEEKLY NEWS, 8;
00URIER, Chnren i3 r. Ma: 4*
I have been trying a long time to
secure a real good Coffoo than I can
sell at 5 pounds for $1.00. I have,
.at last, by buying-a big lot, something
that I can recommend at that price,
very few black grains-try a dollar's
A few dozen Axes at 50 cents, as
long as they hast. Persons who have
bought this Axe recommend it highly,
and I do tbo.
Iron Shoe Lasts still going at 50
cents, complete. The very best Pitch
Forks at 45 cents, and a good steel
Shavel ror 50 cents. Wheni my se
cold shipmeniit. of iron foot Plow Stocks
airi' e, which will be in a few days,
they will go at 60 cents complete.
Plknty of exstia hniles at 25 cents.
A iny ize Cotton l1oes from 6 1.2 to
7 1-2 inchesi at a quarter. -
A good Man's I at for 25 ccnts, and
a fink, one lor a $1.00. Serap Calico
for qilts at 5c a yard. Good Jeans
at 10 cents.
My stock of Dry Goods and Dress
Goods is complete and the prices are
Bargains in Shoes and Leather.
Try my Flour. I will save you
money and please you in quality. A
big lot on hand; in fact too munch.
My house broke down last week, but
tie prices are moving it off fast.
Black Popper loc., Soda 5c., Salts
5c., Sulphur 5c., Hood's Sarsaparilia
90., best Oil 15c.
1 want 500 bushels Corn and 100
bundles good Fodder.
Yours for trade,
T1 P. HARRDIS.
Pickens, S. C., Feb. 15th, 1894.
N. B.-I have Cotton -Cards, and
have 'em bad-Whittemore's best at
NEW GOODS JUST
CHRISTMAS GOODS COMING
Dry Goods to besold cheap
Arbuckls Coffee at 25 cts.
per poundf I
You can save money by
buying goods from me.
James E. Brown's,
Central, S, C.. Nov. 30 93
All other stoves have tak
en a hack seat,
Call anti see our Bargain Counter, [n
CDX & SEIGLER,
13i Main Street,
OflEENVILLE, - - S. C.
T. JJ. STALL, Manager.
Jan. 25, 94-tt.
GA R.DF N SJ4EEIi~)
MP are now open.
BUIST'S SEED hav" prov -n them.
sel ves to be 'ns asr antd we gu'aranteo
to sELL NO OLD SE ED.
Mansion House Drug Store.
QIIEENVILLE, 9. C.
aBvuin aWN'SON DIP~t
the ae~t' fo ein awya Dug and
25 PER CENT BELOW FIRST 008T I
Now is the time to buy Clothing
for your Boys. Can give you a
No, 1 Suit for $1.5i0!
Call, get prices and be convinced.
J C. ROGERS.
At Lindsay Walker Stand.
No. 90 Main St., Greeriville, S. C.
Feb. 15, 1894.
We can, and will save you from
10 to 25 per cent. on all grades in
Never 1u1(chase anything in our line
until you g't ou r prices, and a visit
to our StoI will convince you that
HeIdpfarters for 6oofs
In our line. See our 65c and 81.00
Cash paid or JliuEs, BLI"swAx &
Gower & Goodlett,
No. 102 Main Street,
GREENVILLE, s. C.
W E have just, received our STOCK
OF GOODS for the present
season, which we offer at the lowest
We keep constantly on hand a
good supply of
BACON, FLOUR, SUGARS, CI)FFEES,
MOLASSES, TE AS, H ATS,
D R Y 0 (0) D ,
Also,, FAURMERS' TOOLS, anid every
liing needed for Farming purposes.
A. G. WYATT
En'i'y, S. ci,
JDL.E AND IURNiP GREENS.
Here We Are, OOM[ IN!
And PLOWS, PLO W-STFOOIS.
We arc mn our new buildiug, corner.
of Main and1 Ann Streect, and we
want to trade with you.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
SUGAR & COFEEE,
When in Pickens come in and
J. T. L.EWIS & SON.
L. DOUCLAS Shoes are
;atisfaction at the prices advertised than an
rinced. The stamping of W. L. DougL
uarantees their value, saves thousands of
Detalers who push the sale of W. L Doni
nerease the sales on their full line of goo
kne we believe ucalm save ,aon y bly bau
,Ised below. GaC0OgnOu frsa upou apiltmt
ELKHART OARRIAGE a
n avg a.o
$11.00 11e'U3A --e'de,1810
with ago e t
aid. eDY1e a b
to 50o iseford you?
Doxing free. We take
sano as sel orto sm~o6
No. 87. Burrey Harness. saano as sll for 9100 to
$37.50, as ano as sold
to $100. Farm Wa
037.0 Carts, IBICyCLS FRo
No. 718K, Top Buggy. Manufrc.
S percent. off ro cash
stamps to pay postago
No, 3, Farm Wagon. A44re W. B. PI
Richmond and Danville Railroad.
SAuICL SPENER , F. W. JIUDmCKoPER AND
RMxUnN FOSTER, REenrvRKS.
ATLANTA &'CHARLOTTE AIR-LINE
Condensed Schedule of Passenger Trains,
In Effect Decex' her 24 1893.
NOTOUND. Yes.LiiAM Fat Mai
Eastern Timno. No. 38. No. 36, No. 12,
Daily. Daily. Daily.
Lv At lanta a .T. 12.0) n1n 5.15 p.m. 8.50am
"1 Chamlblee, 10.28amn
"Noreross., 6.55 P.m1. 10.39am11
Buford, 7.2f; p.m. 11.13an
" Flowery Br. 7.37 p.m. 11.26am
" Gainesville, 2.22 p. in 7.54 p.mu. 12.12p
' Lnla, 8.15 pm. 12.35pp1
" Belton, I.00pn
"' Corneina, 1.28pn
3 1\lt. .\ iry, 8.42 p.m). 2.09~plI
" Toeron. 9..08 1p.m). 2.311m:
"' Senten, 10.00 p.m. 3.05pn
" (Cent ral, 10.28 p.m. 3.3r2pn
"' Greenville, 5.30 p m1 11.161 p'.m. 4.10pn
"(Geer's, 111.43 p.m. 4.37pn
"patnhurg 6.22p~ 1~)l2.1.> a.ml. 5.22pn
'' Cow pens 5.43pn
"1 aliney < 1.03 aiim. ii.07pn0
"' Bi~lacs~. 7.1 p .4 1.11. 6.0Jn
n ;so ia,. 7.215pn
< uient 2.2 "7 a~m 7.45pn
A r Chiarlotte,. 8.29 p.m1 2.50 al.m1. 8.10pn1
Ven.imI) Fast ia-.
SouT HuoUND. jNo. 37. |No. 35. INo. 11
D)aily. D~ally. Daily.
" Hellemon01t, 12.27p n
"Lowell, 12.37p 1n
" Gastonia, 11.26 p. 11. 12.50p) n
"' King's Mo. I .19p n
" Urover 1.:i7p ni
," Illacksaurg, 10.48 a.mf 12.05 n. mn. 1 .47p n1
"Galfneys, 12.alla. mn. 2.07p n1
"(Cow pens, 2.35p n
"' Clifton, 2.38pna
" S rtanbulrg 11A7a,m 12.57 a. ml. 3.00pnI
" 'ellford, :1.20pn1
" Greer's 31.36p)n
" Greenville, 12.28 p.m 1.52a.mil. 4.O5pn
" Easleys, 4.3I7pn~
"' Central, 2.40 a. ni. 5.26p g
"' Sen eca, 3.01 a, 1Iu, 1.45p n
" Westinster 6J.03p n1
" Toccoa, 3.490a.mII. 6.36pn1
" Mi. A iry, 7.20p n
" Corella,7.25p ni
oreln, 7.50p 11
" Llao, 4.42 a. m. 7.52p n
"' (ainesvi lle, 3.29 p1.m1 4.59 at. ma. 8,19p n
"Flowery Br. 8.40pn
"Bufor d, 8.Mpni
It Dunlnth, 9 i.20p n'
It Noreross, 9.30p n
"' Chamablee, 9O.42pn1
Ar Atla nta r..r. 4.155 p m 6.20'.a, ni.Jl0a5p n)
Additional tralins Nos 17 and 1$--Corne
liai l~~l accommodat.ionl daily except Suntday,
leaves Atlanta 4 00 p m, arrives Cornella
8.15 p ml. Retnining, leaves Cornelia ;.15
a mn arrives Atlanta 8 15 a mn.
Nosi 15 and 16 (Sundays on11y) leave A t
lanta 2 50 p mi, arrive Cornella 6 15 p m~
ReturnIng lecave Cornelia 8 00 a. mn. Arrive
Atlanta 10 50 a. mi.
Between Toccoa anti Elberton--Nos 63
and 9, daily, excep4 Sonay leave Toccoa
7 00 ai W antd 1 410 P ml arrive; 'lberton 10 55
at m1 and 4 20 p mI. Retulrninlg, Nos 62 and
12da~ily, except Sunday, leave Elberton 115
p m and 7:30 a mn arrive Toccoa 5 30 p mn
and 10'25a a m.
PntI hnan Car Service: Nos 35 and 36, Rich
mnond andi Danville F~ast Mall, Pullman
Sleeper between Atlanta and New York.
Nos 37 andl 38--Washinlgtonl and Sonth
wvestern Vestibultd ILimited, between Now
York antd New Orleans. Through Pullman
Sleepers betweenl New York and New Or
101an1s, antd Washington andc Memphis, via
Atlanta an~d BirmiIngham.
Nos 11 and 12, Ptllmnan Sleeping Car be
tweeni ic hmond Dlanvillo and G4reensboro.
For detailed information as to local and
through time tabules, rates and Pullnan
Bleepinag-ear reservation, confer with local
agents. or address -
WA. TURK. S.11, IrAlDWICKC,
Gen'1 Pass, Ag't, Asst en'l pass. Ag't,
WAINGTON, D. C. ATLANTA, CIA.
J1, A. D)ODSON, Supt., Atlanta, GIa.
W. HI. GREEN, SOL IIA AS,
Gen'l Mgr., T1raflie Mantager',
WAsHINoTON, 1). 0. W4I1INQ1TON, D, (O
Having anl Oxperiencee of fifteenl years
in treatinlg all diiaenses of cattle, and
having madth e diselase of Murr'ian, in
all of itsa forms, a1 speciatlty, I offer miy
services to I he pulblic. W1ill treat cattle
suffering wvith alny ord(inatry disenc~es.
B. P. ORIFFIN.
Feb. 1-1y- Plokens, 8. C.
--Wealness, alarIa, ndaigestionan
Billousnn lt' RNDTES
it cures quickly. For sale by all dealers l
enndioina. Jet.l gtmunnine.. .
3 8 t ENMENs
S, $4 and $8.80 Dress Shoe.
$3.00 Police Shoe, a Soles.
$2.80, $2 for Workingmen,
$2 and 81.78 for Boys.
LADIES AND MISSES,
88, 82.so $2, $s,75
..,elhesat ft red;ood p~r e;*
O saYs he has them with.
On* ho "mo ta*1Ved
On the bottowa hi
stylish, easy fitting, and give better
y other make. Try one pair and be con
ls, name and price on the bottom, which
dollars annually to those who wear them.
glas Shoes gain cutstomers, which helps to
B. They can afford to sill at a les proft,
Ing all yur footwear of the dealer adver,
on. W. DOUGLAS. Brockten, MasS,
, Pickens, S. C.
g, Central, S. c.
Nd HARNESS MFG. 00'
r' pros. we.
anu act'era in tAebo
1a1es this way-ship 5
befor any rine is
a.Why Pay an ftgont so
[to our own order.
all rik of daningoe fu
I to $50. Guaranteed
Surreys, $65 to si0o No.781, Surrey.
for$5. Pwes's; 26
y x is C* ILu*tE
*OGto*20 No.727, Road Wagon.
85 and FLY NETS. Elkhart Bio-cl/, 28in.wheels,
with order. Renud 4. In pnounnto tiros, weldless
U 11-pago catalogue. stool Lubing, drop forgings.
tATT, Sec'y, ELKHART, IND.
Coulibia Greenvillo Rail roadt
Samuel Spencer, P, W. HRuIdekoper aiu
Renben Foster, Reccivers,
Condensed Schedule in EiTYect Dec., 24, 93
Trains run by 7 Meridian Time.
Bctweeni!.Charlestdi, Savannh, Columbia
No 11 .Iiily.
7.15am LAv Charleston Ar 8.4151pI
11.20 " " Columia " 4.15 "
12.03pi " Alaton "3.30am
12.18pn " Poimaria " 3.14amt
12.35pi " ProxA erity " 2.55anm
12.50pm " Newberry " 2.39ar
54pm Helena 42.35a
1.30pm1 " happella " I.5iam
2.37pm~ Ar1i Gr.~enwoo~d Lv 12.35amu
2-7pina Lv (iretenwood Ar 12.55~'ami
:3.00pm '' I olges ~ " 12.35amu
3 :.20pm~ " IDonal's " 1.(a
I pm" lionea Paith "' 12.03amn
:i.55pm1 Ar Ilelton Lv* 11.45amur
4.Opma Lav lielton .Ar ll .40amn
4.24pmi " A nderson "' 11.15am
5 ~.:o10pm A r Sene.an LV I10.00am
1.iopmi L See A r 9I.45iam
5.5p \ r (G reenviille Lv 10.15ami
303pm Ly ~ ludersont Ar 120O7pnm
3 -*Wpm A r lielt on Lv 11 45a'nt
I (10pm. 1y Brton Ar 11 :i0am
4 20pmi A r Willsaumstoni " 11 ('9a
4 2Iym Pelzr " 11 .,
11 20pmi Ar Greenville M 19 15amr
1%-wenOaleso, se k 1HSvan
nih, Columtibii, A 1s) toil) Spartnhmp
47 15am Lv Chairleston rA $ 45pmit
7 010am '.' Jack onvtill " 9 00pmi
I11 50aini " Havaunah "' 4 0pm
51 10pm "' Columjbia "' 1 00pm
S5 50pm '.1 Alston "~ 12 20pm
11 44pm '' Carlisle "i 112p
(I 53pm~~ '- Santnc "' 11 17pml
7 10pm "' Unioi1 " 10 .91pm
7 30pm~ '- Jlosaville " 10 37pm~
7 43pm " Vacoiet " 10 24pm
8 10pm Ai' Spartrburg Lv 10 010pm
8 15lpu L v Sp mrtanhurg A r 9 515pm
11 20pm Ar Asheville [Lv 6 50ami
Iletween Newberry, Clinton and Lanrena
iEx Sun E'x Sun
NoW1, N 6
STATIONS. N 6
11 20amn Lv Columbia Ar 4 15pnll
1 00pmi " Newberry " 12 30opm
,1 50pm " GJoblville "I 11 pm
2 151pm "' Clinton " 1T T~pm~
2 10pm A r Lan renaC Lv 10 40aum
.....etween lludaes and Ahheville,
Drmlly. Daily. Daily. Daily.
No 9. No II. NoL0. No 12,
_______ ST ATITONS. .
12 410pm 3 05pm r, H[odlges .A 2 115pm 1225lpm
I 00pmt 3 211pm " Dlaran ~1'i 2 .5pm 12.05pm
1 1pm 3 4pm A Abbvl e . 2 2pin II 510am
Connectiona vIa F, C,~ & I\ Railroad.
Daily. Daily', Daily. Daily .
No 9,No1I, NOI10No 12
____ (FNTR AL TIMEC.
12 351am 12 00ni'n L Columba A 3 110pm I12 Cm
4 35am 4 010pm A Satvannahi L II r50uni 20,
9 30am 9 00pm A ,Jacksonvl'e 1L 7 0a 2 2tt
Nobr. 13 and 14 na olid traii is between,
Charleston anid walhalia.
Trair,a leave Spai1.anhnrg, A. & C. Di.
visjin. North boIIni n. 12 15 a. mi. 5. 21 p
Srnthlhhnnd, 1,52 a mn. 3,00 p.u ., Ii1.3?
a.ma., (Vestibunled Lhnited); Weslhboundic,
WV. N. U, Di)vlisn 6,20 p. m, and 3.10 p,
mt . for Ilendersonvlleo, Ashevillo.
Tsalns leave Greenvillo A, & 0. Dlii..
ion, Northbouind, 11.16 p. mn.,.4.10 iy. mn.,
Soutthb~ontad, 1,52 a, mH., 41.05 pi. mn., 12.28
Tri~an leave Seneen, A. & C. ilvison,
Nort lhoutnd, 10.00 p. in., antd 2.31 p. mi.;
South bound, 3.01 r . mi.., and1( 5..i5 p. mn.
PULJMAN Canti SERiViE.
3.5 antd 30, 37 and 38 o a A. & G. DIvIa
W. H. (flR RN, G'eneral M'an, D.Q..
V. E. McBIE , Gen'l Superintendene.
. * ColumbIa 5, 0,.
S. H., H A R DWIOK, Ass'I Gen Pat .Agt.
W. A. TI'URK, Gecn. Pass. A gent.
Wuashlinton, D. 0.,
*Q I A1A45, Trafilo Manager.
W~ashuingtOn. D. C.