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kSe.arday. May 25. : l
Local E&le I!
-Cool Branch Church has been
furnished with a new organ.
-The union service will be held at
the Methodist Church at 8.30 o'cloc"
Sunday evening. Mr. Dent will preach
a special sermon to young men at that
hour, and every one, especially young
men, are urged to be present.
-We are informed that some of our
farmers in the northwestern section
have fine oat crops, Mr. C. G. Boul
ware and Mr. W. W. Crosby being
among those mentioned. Mr. Thomas
Boulware has four acres of bottom
corn which is said to be very fine.
Mr. J. K. Nevitt's bottom corn is also
looking well we hear.
-Mr. W. B. Creight sent a sample <
of cotton to Capt. Cureton on Friday I
and asked him what he would give
him for it. He replied: "Tell Mr. I
Creight to iveigh it and send the I
weights, and I'll give him 7 cents." I
The cotton belonged to Capt. W. G.
Jordan. Mr. Creight was just trying I
the market, but Capt. Cureton's offer I
was bonafde-he meant to buy it.
EIGHTY-FouR BALEs.-Mr. T. K.
Elliott closed out a sale of eighty-four
bales of cotton to Capt. T. J. Cureton
at 6 11-16 on Thursdal.
ARm BRoKEN.-Several days ago,
ans eight-year-old son of Mr. Johnson
Cameron, who lives in the northwest
ern section of Fairfield, fell feom a
window and broke his arm. Dr.
Crosby attended the little fellow and
he is geting along all right now.
JCSTICE OERTOOK HIm.-On Thurs
day Mr. Thomas Boulware and Mr.
Albert Clayton brought to town
William Wallace, the negro who stole
Mr. Tom Shelton's cow near Shelton's
depot. The negro had bid farewell to
South Carolina and was helping with
North Carolina dnterprises near
Hendersonville. He was "working
on a grade." His whereabouts were
discovered and Mr. Jno. Wolling, Jr., I
went for bi:n. The negro ran from
the Sheriff of the co)unty in which he I
was working, and got about two
miles away, but was pursued too
closely fur final escape. He sold the
tolen cow to Mr. D. H. S:evenson, I
and Mr. Shelton was lucky in this re- j
spect, for he got her back.
GIVE THE BIRDS A CHANc.-The
boys around town are cnggig in
what they thiok is innocent sport.
They are taking the eggs from the
birds' nests fur the purpose of having
an assorted collection. Bat great
harm will result. - The severe winter
l.as destroyed many of the useful birds
and the boys are preventing the rais
ing of others. There is no agent more
powerful in the way of destroyingI
insects and worms which prey on the
crop2s and the effect will be felt if they
are not allowed io increase. Think oft
it, parents, and advise your boy of the
.-great importance of not destroying the
birds. Besides, it is cruel business to 1
-rob the mother bird of her eggs, for
she is preparing to raise her young.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
RELIGIOCS SERVICES.--Services wvill
be held in the following churches ont
Associate Reformed Presbyterian-t
Rev. C. E. McDonald Pastor. Service
at 11 a. m. Sunday School at 5 p. m.
Prayer meeting W~ednesday at 6 p. m. .
Young people's meeting and choir '
practice, Friday evening at 8:15.
Presbyterian-l1 a. mn. by the pastor. c
Sunday School at 5 p. in. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. mn.
Methodist-11 a. mn. by the pastor. C
Sunday School at 4 p. m. Prayer
mneeting Wednesday at 5 p. m..
St. John's Church-Sunday af:er As-C
censien Day-Services by Rev. Edward
Benedict. Morning service and Holy
Communion at 11 a. in. Evening ser
iice at 8.30 p. mn. Sunday Sch.,oi at I
O p. mn.
R.-v. T. M. I2eit has acturnedi ho i.e
fron; Coluei:bis, and wviil ecupy his
Mr. R. F.. M Lr~i I, a f.,rowir ei iz'a of
this coun:y, we- in town QuWdn'
Misses Sallie II. and .Mamien Mc
Meekin went to Ridgeway Friday on
Miss Edith Lowry, of Sotmmerville.
is visiting Miss Mamie Taylor.
Mrs. Gen. Win. Stokes and daughi
ter, Miss Annie, of Hampton county,
are visiting Mrs. RI. N. McMaster, ris
ter of the former.
Miss Eva Hall is visiting Miss Mn'g
M rs. J. L. Minangh is visit ing her
Gentlemen of the Jury.
The following is a list of the jury
for the June term:
Jno. A. Gibson, Jne. B. Monde:.m
cry, E. C. H~eins Jao. P. Matthew r
A P. Irny, Jr.*, David 10. Colem~a,
Jr.~, Edward Richardson, W. H. n i
linghamn, Jaio. E Matthews, Denni%
Ctoon, colored, Robt. Y. Clon ney,
Jno. F. Paul, R. R?. Park, Thos. .A.
derson, J. M. Steele, L. Lande:r",,
Yongue, C. W. Faucett, Jr., WV. J.
Craw ford, C. K. Douglass, R. H. Ford,
J. A. Hinnant, D. A. Crawford, J::o.
A. Desportes, F. R. McMeekin, E
Milett, Jno. M. Lemmon, Jr., C. W.
Abell, R. B. Crumipton, R. S. Ketchina,
J. L. Lewis, R. A. Gibson, The,. J.
Perry, .L W. F. Aiken.
DEAT11 OF MNRS. TflAYLOIR.
Mrs. Traylor, the mother of Hon.
Cnos. W. and W. II. Traylor, died at
he residence of the latter a few days
cgo. Mrs. Traylor had reached the
-ipe old age of eighty-seven years.
kbout seven or eight weeks ago she
ell and broke her hip and has been
:onfined to her bed ever since. Her
'emains were laid to rest in the Beaver
.reek churchyard; ter membership,
iowever, was at Cool Branch Church.
Etev. B. P. Estes officiated at the fune
WHO WANTS CORN?
We mention for the benefit of all
nterested that it is very important
when calling for a certain party at the
phone that the party calling should
ive his name. To illustrate: On
rhrsday some party at Ridgeway
alled for Mr. J. C. Caldwell. Mr.
Jaldwell answered, and the party
vanted prices on a lot of corn. Mr.
,aldwell told him he would let him
cuow shortly, and almost in the next
reath asked him who he was, but the
good-bye" had sounded and the "fe
ow at the other end" was gone. Mr.
aldwell got his quotations and went
ack to the 'phone, but he did not
now who to make prices to; he did
iot know who to call, and did not
are to address his remarks "to whom
t may concern," so he went back to
21s office and watched for our reporter.
o the man who wants corn in Ridge
ay will please call and give his name.
Ur. Caldwell has the quotations ready
Chilren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Have We Found It?
Our readers will doubtless remem
>er that our reporter went out to hunt
.he "dark corner" in March, but it
ranisbed like a jack-o'-lantern. The
'urther up he got the further away
ould the coner get. Well, we have
t on the authority of Mr. Thomas
3oulware that it has been located. He
s the gentleman who looked heaven
ard and described the rainbow with
lhe gestures of his arm when pointing
)ut the dark corner to "cur man about
own." He came in our office on
Lursday and his face was cheerful,
1s voice was merry, and he wore the
tir f a man who was guilty but who
iad been found "not guilty" by a legal
ury. He said: "Well, Uncle Joe
7evitt owns up to living in the dark
orner. He says he has fat mules, fat
ogs, plenty of home-raised corn and
's wife has plenty of butter, eggs and
hickens, and that lie lives in the dark
We accepted his recital for the time
eing, but we could see a feeling cf
1aep concern on his face. There was
L undue anxiety about locating the
lark corner at "Uncle Joe" Nevitt's.
:f Uncle Joe does not bear him out in
tis admission it will be rather dark for
im. We do not mean to doubt the
tatement of our friend, but we fear
hat he may have overpersuaded him
elf because of his personal concern.
e is a very close neighbor to his
Jncl Joe, and we hope for his peace
if mind that Uncle Joe will bear him
>ut in this gratuitous testimony.
Blythewood, in this county, seems
o be a favorite spot with the railway
eople as a picnic ground. Last year
bey spent the day pleasantly there,
.nd on Tburday eleven coaches laden
vith the pleasure-seekers came up
ron Columbia. The particular spot
s the residence of Dr. Bookhardt.
'he academy building, in which the
octor once taught a fiourishing school,
ogetber with the shady surroundings,
cake a most desirable place for an
uing. Besides tbe doctor gives them
ree and unlimited possession on "rail
oad day" a. d does all in his power to
ontribute to the pleasure of the perty.
E committee went up the day before
d prepared the platform for dancing,
esides making other necessary pre
arations. Mayor Sloan, severail of
he city councit. some of the sinnty
ficiae, and a few private ci izens
vere hee e by invitation1. Col. anct
irs. McMaster and Dr. Du~os~e, were
A shootin! ma Lch wvas one oft the
etre o~C~(f ihn day, the prizes being
lnated by vati ius merchanits and
,teu f Col umniai. 'They h:ad foot
acgg r'ces, nb.aicle ric. s, bag
aees ainat cliin(1)g I he grea np.
Mr. Win. Ge.-n initrodumt ai comf
any of Fai: field ;;egro miritrels.
The p'esures of ;lhe day closed wlth
grme, and as the sun was hiing
ai the w'.t the meerv crowd b arded
heliai f .r homw.
Cidren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
31ARRiED AT JENKINSVILL1K.
JENlUNsH.LE, May 22---Dr. Wood
-ow, of Columbia, made a flying visit
o our toa ni on the 21st inst. ;or the
.urpose of uniting in marria'ge M\iss
S.illie Chappeil, of this place, and Dr.
John F. Mcliryde, of Don aalds, S C.
3nya few fr:end~s of t= e famiiily
wi::eed ithe cer' mnony. Th'le newly
narried c *upl:e left on ste f-hlloiwing
ly for the homte of the groom, where
2. e pion was to be tendered them.
Dr. Mcl~ryde, :, ministe: of the Pres
byterian taidh, is quite a sei.oiarly,
polished gentleman. Mi-s Sallie
taught the schrol here for several
years, and took an active inte:est in
ill educational and charitable enter
prises. Her m~ny friends here wish
her a long and happy married life.
Childrn Cry for Pitcher'e Castoria.
A C ORR2ECTIOXN.T
The Ridgewey Rifles were inspected
and drilled here on Monday by Adju
tant and Inspector IGene.:al John Gary
Watts. The company did not come
up to military requirements and were
fined twelve dollars for having their
guns in an unfit condition-improperly
Mr. Editor: The above comment ap
peared in your issue of the 22 inst.
and is misleading as well as grossly
misreprepresenting the facts in the c
case. The company came fully up to
every military requirement and was
complimented by Gen. Watts upon
the improvement made since last in
spection. Only one gun in the com
pany was found to be out of order,
and Gen. Watts again complimented
the company upon the general good
condition of their guns and accoutre
ments. The company was docked
$12 for the one gun out of order, but
more especially to impress upon the
company the importance of rigid
W. J. Jonsisox,
Captain Ridgeway Rifles.
We received the news over the phone
that the Ridgeway Rifles were fined
$12 for having guns improperly
cleaned and take pleasure in publish
ing Captain Johnson's card which ex
plains itself. We have no desire in
the world to reflect discredit on his
co!"!!" m1ld.-LoCAL EDITOR.
ItiMay Do as Much for You.
2i. Fred Miller, of Irving, Ill., writes
that he had a severe Kidney trouble for
many years. with severe pains in his back,
and also that his bladder was affected. He
tried many s -called Kidney cures but
without any good result. About a year
ago he began the use of Electric Bitters
and found reief at once. Electric Bitters
is especially adapted to cure all Kidney
and Liver troubles and often gives alnuest
instant r, lief. One trial will prove our
statement. Price only 50c. for large bot
tle. At McMaster & Co.'s drng store. '
OLI ECHESTER LEITER.
TORBIT, May 21.-The name Torbit
originated in this way: Mr. Thomas
Torbit (the late husband of Mrs. Jane
Torbit of your town) owned a mill on
Rocky Creek, ten miles from Chester,
and lived there, and for a number of
years it was a voting precinct, known
as Terbit's Mill box, but tuibulence
among the colored people when radi
cnlsin prevailed nide it necessary in
'76 to abolish this box. Some years
alter a mail route was opened from
Chester to Rossville-including three
postoffices on the route. MI. Banks
Robinson was appointed postmaste:
ant he called it Torbit. He kept it for
a number of years. Mr. W. P. Cas
te, then living in this neighborhood,
was appointed, bringing the postoffice
two miles nearer Chester.
At first we only received the mail
every other day, but becoing more
civilized we now get fha mail every
day, much to the convenience '-f the
We live in Cooterville just the same;
but we hope our Fairfield friends will
not fhink we have turned to Rocky
Creek coolers, as we live one-fourth of
a mile from Bull Run Creek and the.
same distance from Rocky Creek, on
a high and dry hill between-eating
strawberries every day.
Miss Janie Flenniken is visiting her
ousin, Miss May Hood, of Chester.
Mr. C. S. Aldrich sold to a butcher
hog weighing 250 pounds; also a fat
sow, receiving a good price for each.
Cotton is injured a good deal by
frost in this neighborhood. Cu last
Ihursday we had a heavy frost on the
reeks. Spring oats will do well with
good seasons, and wheat is fine.
The fruit crop will not be so large as I
we expected, but we hope to have an I
abundance yet, if it stays on the trees.
Withl best wishes, Rt. E. B.
means so muCh more than 1
you imagine-serious and ~
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Natui-e's
If you are feeling
out of sorts, weak i
and generally ex
ad can't work,
begin at once tak
ble strengthening i
medicine,which is J
Brown's Iron Bit.
ters. A few bot
B ties cure-benefit
Bittescomes from the C
very first dlose-il
aton't .stain your
teeth, an d it's
______________pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constgation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments '
Get only the genuine-it has crossed red I,
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub- '
stitutes. On receipt of two 2c. stamnps '.
will send set of Ten Beautiful Worlral %
Fair Views and book-free.
BROW~N CHEMICAL CO. BALvlMonE.Wa
Hot House Plants.
h IAVE a ece~~ collectionl of hot
I h"use nhis for- sale'. Also fifty
elet vairieti"s of Chrysanithemumfs.
Twe:y plant for $1.00
Pat ri!z. home enzterprize.
42 tf MRS. ,J. A. IIINNANT.
I WANr every man and woman in the United
States interested in the Opium and whiskyI
hbi.s to have one of my books on these dis
eases. Address B. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Ga.
Bo- 38ei .ad ne wim be sent younfree.
I am now showing a great variety <
f fancy Dress Goods and Silk Waist
olored dotted Swiss. A handsome lot
lateens, Ginghams, Outings, Chambray
oes, white and black Lawns, white and
inen Sheeting, Table Damask, Scrims,
'oweling, Table Napkins and Doyliei
pecial bargains in Hosiery this season.
Some people have queer notions, but I
)ody. Fix your attention on this, young
Lnci Summer Neckwear. My stock of ]
hing nice in a Linen Wash Tie.
ow-cut and Half . Low-cut Shoes. T
bildren's Slippers ever seen in this tow
When you want a Trunk, Valise, or St
You can afford to dress yourself and
rices are low indeed. My variety is !to
ne assortment of Beys' Knee Pants.
In quality I am on top. In price I am
Goods exchanged or money refunded.
J L. MIlM
. D WILLIFOR
When Baby was sick, we gave her Calorta.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she olung to Casoia'
When she had Children, she gavethem CasWoda,
. represent perfection
in bicycle building. In them
the least possible weight of
material is arranged to give c
the greatest strength. There
are no weak spots and yet (
there is not an ounce of super
fiuous metal. They are made
for service and speed, and are
fully guaranteed. All styles
are the same price-$xoo. A
handsome descriptive cataloig
may be had for the asking..
-CORMUtLLY & iEFFERY MFC. CO.,
Notice to Land Owners.
OFFICE OF COUNTY SUPERVISOR,
WINNSBoRo, S. C., May 18, 1395.
Section 1273. "All land owners of
~airfed County shall remove from the
anning streams upon their lands all
rash, trees, rafts and timber during
e months of May and August in each
Section 1294. "Any person convicted
f violating the foregoing section shall
e dec med guilty of a misdemeanor
d shall be punished by a fine of not
es than five nor more than fifty dol
s or be imprisoned not less than ten
or more than thirty days."
Attention is called to the above law
Sections 1273 and 1274, Revised Sta?
tee, 1892,) and all persons concerned
re duly warned that tbe same will be
By order ot County Board of Cem
B. G. TENNANT,
Supervisor Fairfield County.
CCORD)ING to an Act of the Leg(
. islature to establish a free ferry
t Ashford's, over Broad River, near (
troher, we will proceed to let to the
west bidder on the 24th day of May,
b95, at 11 c'clock A. M., at the ferry, 3
c building of one ferry boat and put
ne a wire eib!e across the river.
P'lans and sp'ecificat ions made known
n day of letting. B.>nd twice the
rount .f bid required for faithtul
erformance ot contract.
B. G. TENNANT,
Sunervisor Faii field Conty.
W. A. [HILL,
Supervisor Ne wberry County. ~
WIL L apply to S RI. Johnston, Judge
of P'robate for Fairfield County, on it
londay, thec 10th day of June, 1895, for a
nal dfischarge as A:iniinistrator of the
state of W. B. Elkin, deceasect.
iR. H1. JENNINGS,t
DR. E. C. JETER,
Physiciax and surgeon.t
Offers his professi. nni servie.,~ to the
eople of Fairfield.
Postoflice addres4 Jenkinsville. S. C. 3
ORI SUP.vEYING, TERRtA.1Nu
T. M.13)U L WAlE C3
7--stxy n ondvward. 8. C.
Chichenster' a glsh Dianoued Blraud.
e )rglse fa s C astlsss heglp ee.
:h a Jump.
f black Dress Goods; also a nice line
Goods. Something new in white and
of Percals, Cotton and Liien Duck,
;, Shirting, Scherioth, Challies, Cal- t
black checked Nainsooks, cotton and
Cretons, white Quilts, Towels and
A big line of new Dress Linings.
have Notions to please any and every
men: .A complete new line of Spring
7eglige Shirts are beautiful. Some
3e largest stock of ladies', misses' and
Icbel, I can please you.
boys in the latest style now as my
) large to specify all the styles. A
at the bottom.
ERTAINING TO THE GRAZING OF COWs.
Be it enacted and ordained by the
tendant and Wardens of the town
f Winnsboro in Council met and by
he authority of the same:
That the grazing of cows on the
treets of Winnsboro shall be lawful,
xcept as hereinafter provided.
Provided, That grazing shall not be
ermitted on Congress Street, nor on
1ast W ashington Street, nor on Zion
treet north of East Washington.
Provided, further, That each cow
ball be securely haltered and held
vbile grazing. and that the grazing of
ows shall only be permit ted between
be hours of 6 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Provided, further, That any one of
ending against the provisions of this
)rdinance shall be fined twenty-five
enfs for each and every offence.
That all Ordinances and parts of
)rdinances inconsistent with this Or
inance be and the same are hereby
Done ini Council this 15th day of
May, 1895, and with the corpo
. s.] rate seal of the town affixed.
JAS. W. H ANAHAN,
Attest: J. A. HINNANT, Clerk.
USE , n always
t8E ,~v T relieves
r.X. L. A i when
Great Pain Alleviator.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache,
eadache, Cold in all its frs, Cuts,
sores, Bruises, Sprains and Lameness,
)iarrhcea and Cholera Morbus, Colic
and all Bowel Troubles.
It alway relieves when properly ap
T. X. L. COMPANY.
C. M. DEMPSEY, Manager,
outh Carolina Div., 230 Main Street,
Columbia, S. C.
For sale by
~ohn H. McMaster & Co., Winnsboro,
. C., and Drs. Linder & Team, and I
r. L. Rosboro, Ridgeway, S. C., and
11 druggists at TWENTY-FIVE
I You Want to Know Hlow
Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat frames are made of white
sh, thoroughly glued together at corn
r and a syirmetrical skirt cut on
Paels are made oval by arranging c
we msachine with a special rig we have
ottn up, so that when the seat is e,
nihed it presenits a convex surface,- a:
is causing the varnish to show to8
cod advanitage, and giving the vehicle
handsome appearance. Feats are
orogbly ironed to a pattern so that
:ey are.-:like, and backs and tops.
r i m ineable. The advantage 1
S:is that if you bave cne of our
gics and want a eushion, back or -
Swe e-' send yon one to fit. Panels
re unde of Blae Ridge Mountain
Our seats are made by Mr. Cicero
oore with a competent corps of as
We proudly challenge the world toi
spare seats with us.
Mr. W. M. Patrick, of Woodward,
as recently accepted the agency fox
nri product in his vicinity, and will
e pleased to explain to you the merits
f the "PREMIUM CARlOLINA
Yorkville, S. C.
,URVYlNG DON1 AN SOLICIT
3 e- b
Please Gall at. the Corner Store.
We have some Winter Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes, &c., which we wisk
o exchange for a few
COME - AND - SEE - THE- GOODS.
Chat will give you a good stand in your garden and make fine vegetables, will
rrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN STORE.
3EED IRISH POTATOES NOWIN STORE.
We think we have the best Irish Potato that grows. We hive tried them
Lnd have questioned many others who have als'o grown them. The verdict is,
hey are the best. Potato nearly round, skin red, meat white and cooks.dry;
rlier than the Early Rose; is more productive and keeps well. Try them
Lud give us your opinion. Respectfully,
I. M. BEATY & BRO.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED LADIES',.MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Elats in all the latest shapes. A large stock of Ribbons, Faicy Feathers, Birds
Ld Tips. Fancy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Silks, -C-epes ani other goods per
:aining to this department. As we have a large .stock of these goods which
nust be sold in season, we have marked our prices on thim down. Now is
rour time to come and buy at A 0. BOAG'S.
->*Staple Dry Goods.s
Novelty and Solid Color Dress Goods of varieus
styles and material. with Triminings for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
Come and see for bargains at
-J. 0 BOAG'S.
shoes, Hats and other goods usally found in a general merchandise store to
ao found at J. 0. BOA.G'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
toad Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
J. O. Boa~g,
BOUTHERN RAILWAY 00. Winnsboro
Drug - Store<
Eastern Time at Columbia and Pts. North.
Northbound. No 36 No 10 No 38
April 21, 1595. Daily Daily Daily Dus
5Jacksonville.....54 - Patent..edicines
r. Columbia...........2-40 a. ...3.5 Choie fLm
'av Charleston. ......... 5.30 p........
hr Columbia.......... 10.10 p .... ...
L Columbia. .. ...... 20a'42p
vColumbia. ..... ....3. a80a aeCbbg ed
"Winnsboro ..... ..... 44 55
" Chester. .......... 5. a53 a64
" Rock Hill....... ..8. a80 Foe ed
hr Charlotte. ......... 7.0 ~ 0 62
Danville... ....... 1.0 1.40 pOn
"Richmond.... ....... 11.405 6.00 a ie'Roper
Philadephia... ....3.. 12.00 a21.5 a
"New York.I. 6.23 a 6.0s a1720 p TesadVngr
"o Dand.... ....40 ap Da.40 ai Ex00 trafn mkn oac
.v.New York.......... 12.15nt 1215nt 4.80 p
" Philadelphia... ... 7.20 e 7.20 a 6.5 padafn
" Baltimore.......... 9.42 e9.42 8 9.20 p
_.Washington.... ...... 11.01 e11.01 a10.48 p
v..ichmon............ 1.00 1.00 p 12.0 a Asrmn fPps
,v.Danville.......... 616.064 brDugSoe
" Rock Hill...... . 1.1p1.5 102
..Clumba....-..... . .0a .0 10
v.Columbia...........j43 .5~ NE U PY O
8... .1 0 .0 6 .45a
zAgst . ..].1.5 1.5 93
.... 1.51 11.1.27 pV If(IlA
.r~halesto ....... 1.14e 1. a 11.40 a W W ~
v........ 2..0 a2. 12.00 p
SLEEPI .. CAR .. 4EVC. aJ 1.45 p~
s. A 3gusa......... tn Suter L
ed, Puliman cars Tampa to New York.
olid P11man train with Dining cars north of C m iigN mru
os 35 and 36 U. S. Fast Mail. Through
llman Buffet Sleeping car and first-classaonsof ei
ach Jacksonville and New York; also Pull.
N. B.-Nos 85 and 38 onot enter Union
taton Columbia, but discharge and take
ssengers and baggage at Blanding St.
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