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"LET HI THAT HEARETH SAY
0. thon who hast heard the sweet Savior',
Which told tMee of pardon and sin forgiven,
And found in he:ievin such rest and peace.
The foretaste on eart h of the joy in heaven,
Art thou telling to others,"Christ suffered for
He's able to save thee-le saved me?"
Eemember e'en v-ow that the day draws near
SWhen Christ wil! sit down on his judgment
Wil any be there who have heart from I bec
Th news of salvation through Him alone?
Will anyone give thee the greeting so sweet:
"'Twas thou that d1dst lead me to Jesus'
Is "No" the reply which thy heart rpiurns?
Then now 'mid the perishing son's around
Go spread the glad news, "There is paidon
The gift of that Savior whom I have found'
And soon thou wilt prove that no work is ,o
As leading the w ary to Christ for rest.
Select Prudent Men for Dele
gates to the Convention.
Judging from the columns of somle
of our exchanges. it seems to be a
settled fact that the farmers of sev
eral counties will hold a Convention
during the coining spring, where we
suppose that many matters of vast
imprrtance to their well being will be
discussed. This is eminently proper,
and there is no reason why our own
county should not be represented.
We have in Barnwell some as in
telligent and progressive farmers as
any county in the State can produnce
and these are the men who oulit to
be chosen. The convention we refer
to is styled Farmer Tillman's Con
vention, and knowing his views on
many matters of moment, we would
advise the selection of the ablest and
most ready debaters as delegates
from this county. It will no doubt
be a conventioin where, if' there is
anything like rashness indulged in.
mistakes migbt be made that would
be hard to remedy. We believe that
every man who has read the articles
from Mr. Tillman's pen gives him
credit for being an earnest and con
scientious worker. this we do; but
then he is not infallible, and should
some of his propositions in a con
vention prove as wide of the line of
prudence as some of his writings,
they will require combatting by ar
cument, and it will take able men to
do it, but by all means let the ban
ner county be represented -Barn
weell Sentinf, 25th.
Good Judgment Required in .
it took a much boetter doctor to tell C
when nct to give medicine that when
to give it. And so with the planter.
It takes a farmier, of good judgment
K to know when and where to buy his
f guano. They all know that thleirI
I thin land needs something. But ti
like the diseased person, who resorts it
to all sorts of patent medicines for o
relief, lhe pours into the bowels of tile Iq
earth much stuff that he knows noth- g
-inlg on earthl about, and which is r:t tU
good. Tbat is where tile patent med- t<
icine man and some guano men both a
have the advantage, and practice y
upon tile un tutored mmd( of the in- f<
nocent farmer a fraud. I
Everything tile farmer raises, from fi
the basket of eggs to the bale of si
.~otten. has to be genuine for sale, or rt
e price is reduced. If any rain b
falls upon a bale of cotton on the ii
-way to market, so many pounds are E
j. taken off at once; but many a poor, le
hardworking farmer has hauled fif- fc
teen miles over a muddy road, with w
a wornout team, a lot of sacks con H
taining worthless trash which was "
tediously distributed through a gu- 10
~~ano horn along the field on better tV
dirt thlan that in the sacks. e
There are many guanos that are th
good and worthy, and many that are vi
no.So tile only safe course is toa
buy from men of good character tl
and unspotted reputation.-El@efl' ho
A Convention of Farmers II
would be Beneficial. pr
If, then, a convenQltionl of farmers ge
should propose mecasures promlotive bt!
of tile public good, it will meet with pr
united support, antd tiis thmey mtust ou
do, for they cannot under thme Coil- liv
stltution improve their own condi- fo:
tion without benefitting every class. ph
We therefore trust that thle con- of
vention will mee t and give the State wL
thle benefit of the sounid conversative fra
sense of tile farmers. Such a con- mmt:
vention would result in one of two thE
things. Thme farmers wotlid, onl con- st
sultation. eithler be satisfied that c:u
Nthere hlad been a cry of wolf wh1 en Al
there was no wolf, and that they a
cofid- not better their condition or hie
the government, or they would pro- the
pose and publish some p)lan of' re- pat
>'orm whicih would be adopted by all of
/classes, if, after its thorough dis- Fe
/cussion, it was thought feasible antd
tenefl. In either event thlere
"would spring up a beiter feeling and
a better unlderstanding among time emI
various callings in thme State, whieb
swould operate to the general good._
A novel has just been announced 'lBr
with the title --In Haying Time.'- ml
We suppose it must have a grass-plot, tell
Astronomers promise thlat a bright wvoi
comet will be visible just before sun- ant
rise during the latter part of M1ay. Ijun
It is the comet of "1886," discovered hee
lately by Prf Barnard.- it's
Alden's Cyclopedia of Universal
Literature is the outcome of many
years of planning and preparation.
It will be an almost indispensable
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large or small, a trustworthy guide
to what is most worth knowing of
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low as to be within the reach of all, a
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hat can be claimed for few other
orks in existence. Dr. Lossing,
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:t personal knowledge of an author
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overs. at the price of 15 cents, also
11 very handsome Cloth-bounld vol
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ents. The parts can be exchanged
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Five parts are now ready. also the
irst bound volume; volume two will
>e issued in 'March. The publisher's
132-page illustrated catalogue of
tandard books may b,- had for 4
ents, or condensed 1G-page cata
ogue, free. John B. Alden. publish
r, New York.
The March number of Demorest's
Iagazine will be found unusually
uteresting. "A Quaint Cuban City."
-Siasconset. and T-'Tie Two Esthers,"
re remarkably good articles. Jen
ie June concludes her paper on "A
Yoman's Club." and Mrs. Ilart's se
ial progresses pleasantly. Among
he Prohibition articles worthy of
iote are "The Responsibility of the
bhristian Church for The Liquor Traf
c." by W. Jennings Demorest, and
Latest evolutions of the Temperance
eforim," by Frances E. Willard.
oth of these articles contain the
iost vigorous and aggressive thought
n the political aspects of the Prohi
ition movement. The- various other
epartments of the Magazine are
-ell filled and -The World's Pro
ress" is very readable. A beautiful
i picture, -"-Early Spring" forms the
ontispiece, and a. photogravure of
The 31uezzen" is very striking.
If you impress a wrong idea upon
e mind of a child it is almiost an
npossibility to eradicate it. Every
e recognizes this truth but still sits
aietly and allows such teaching to
-on. A conspicuous example of
is kind is the false impression as
the character of lawyvers which we
I receive and believe from our
>th up. It all comes from the
urth jable in Webster's Elementary
peling Book. The child at school
ids the shrewd farmer and the un
inspecting lawyer p)ictured1 off in a
ide wood cut in the back of his
>ok and is at once taken with the
lustration. It is '"object teaching."
e reads the simp)le story of how the.
wyer changed his opinion and pro.
undly believes that a lawyer
ill lie whenever thme occasion arises.
e believes that the lawyer is always
in the make," that he is unscrupu
us and selfish and hastily pushes
e truth aside if it affects his inter
ts. lIe never thinks for a moment
at the shrewd farmer came for ad
c with a falsehood on his lips. In c
manner lhe justifies all this and c
inks decception is of no account so ]
aas it is practiced by the farmer.
This idea of the lawyer's trickery e
es with the youth all of his life.
cannot divest himself of the im
ession. It is not only one person
ot cherishes the idea but all the
nerations which hiave read the fa- .
commence life with the same
-udice. It clings to a majority of
r olie. 'The 1ure and spotless
es of a hundred attorney's countsi
-nothing. T'he illustrious exam
s of p)atriotism and t he thousands ~
leeds of charity and self sacrifice
ich have distinguishedl the legal ,.
trnity of this broad country hav'e y'
deno chngne in the prej udice of
masses. When the youing lawyer
rs in ilfe hie has this weight to
ry. which increases his hardships.
of' his life h:e will hav'e to "row
dust theC tide.'' Such should not
the case but it is true that even
most learned men of other occu
ions live with such prejnuce all ]
their davs.--A&,bl"!e Mjlhin,
Brethren," said the Rev. Samu~el
s in his closing sermon at Cin:
ati, "vou'd better do like Chicago
rag on yourself andl stand by
rsel f;"' and then lie told this
y : A t an exp)erience meeting an
colred brother got upI and said:
~ddrn, I are the meanest nigger
1 this countrv. I'll steal ane I'll
lies, and I'll get dlruink. and there
t a mean thing in God's world I
m't do.' Well, lie took his seat.
then a great big yellow brother
ped up and said :'Br'ern, I have
rd Br'er Stev's confession, and
.Pianos and. Organis
From the world's best maker., at factory prIces, on easiest ictrm of p!am it.
Eight grand makers and over three hindred style- to seleet frm1.
cickeIring. 31:Zson & II:tnlin 'Matlishek. Dirt & Aio,
P NPakard. ( 0rcheZtral :a Bay State Organ-.
Pi-os and Organi delivered, freight paid. to all railroad points South.
Fifteii days' tril. and freigit both way . if not a Ord;r :iui test
1. It' oWI lhomIlIcs.
Coinumbia .MIsic Hous~e,
Braich of Lud-len & Bate-' Southern 'Mnsie IIoii-e,
N. W. TRUMP, Maail.er.
Columbia. S. C.
Local agents-L. A. IIawkins, Newberry; J. Coint-. Peak% Keisler &
Monekton, Chappell- :ad J. A. Bowle-z U'pwell.
PIURCHASERS THAT EXPECT TO BUY WITH '.CS11 IN
hand : For firit class goods and low prices my Iwo stores stand to day without a
rival in this part of the State. I am well aware of the sliort crop anI low price of
cotton. I am therefore determined to make a sweeping reduction in my entire
stocks that \%ill eclipse anything that I have ever before done in marking down
gtood-. An ex:1ainatioll or myv inunense stock. will deonionstrate lie trut iniitltinle
of this bold assertion beyond the shadow of (lou1bt. Mv goods are al! new and have not
been carried over from year to year to get a profit on them. I have deternieed to
sell evervthiif at New Yor'k cost :und u,e the money for something el,e during the
dull sunimer, and for bottom price. see and beat them if von can:
144 b.itons for - - - ~- 2 boxe paper collars for -
: papers of needAs for - - 5 1 3 po!ket handkerchief; for - c
3 papers of pins for .- - 5 corset laces for - -
3 blls of thread fo - - 5c 10 long shoe laces for -
4 croehet needles for - - 5 ;> packs of hairpins for -e
Some people say I think I can eiAt this or that in price. but the.-o a.re u1nNing
blocks ; read on and you will bve convinced.
30 yds. calico, cut otTthe piece - - 00 .rv. Goods, itnarked
25 yds. very good calico. ciit o1Tt the piece 1 0 2( e
20 yds. very best calico. cn', oir the piee 1 00iSe. -
Checked Homespun, 20vds. for 1 00 15c.
very good 11; yols for 1KI Black :tn-t Colored Casinere.q fron Ruc ion
22 yds. Bleaching for - (jO 44c. reduced to2- :5tic. to:: . to -21.0
14 yds. good Bleaching for - - 1 00 75C. 1n .1t
15 ydre. very good Bleaching for - 15o
Shoes, Clothing, Jeans. Blanikets. Flaninels and Mfits front the' gcit foreed
auttion sales 2i New York at --s tha-- "a-i--facturen l-ot.
Ladies' Coarse Shioes. wortli $1 25. t r 901 Ladies' Fine s110o(s. wor:h $2 (9.1 for 145
1 15, for " " 1 50, l e- 1 l5
1 10. for 7i lbibber Shoes at :We..:i,'5and 45 c.
I Ooi. fr. r 65. In1 m 1 ns Oallstl and F in1e IHoot s and S161lotes
Fine 64 50. tor 1 'lie aetinetion is iply immense.
Clothing I have marked dor c to :m:;t :if ptioe.
Men's Suit- from ('0 too $ 4 to
froy. 10 CO to g ec frou c 1 i D
Shoefrom Cl1thi s B ts. F l ad a from 9 rnJ to force
L fro ' mC (h w to lo Lai es' froneh 10 w h 0 to 7 45
- from 17 5, to 12 50 " " roi 22 50 Io 1 75
- - from 20 0 to 11 75 " - from 15 00 to 11 50
Overcoats - - - from $ 3 50 to $ 2 2>
Competitors tremble when they read these irresistible prices. as thev know
too well that Flyini will do julst what he m advertises. People iving inl and near
the town will do me a great favor by calling e:arlv or late in the day and thereby
avoid the great rtush that throng the store fi om 11 to 3, at the leader of low prices.
Desportes & Edimunds,
(SHIVER'S CORNER, COLU3BIA, S. C.)
New and Seasonable Goods Just Received.
Hamburg Sets. Figured Scrim, Swiss Embroidered Robes.
Nainsook Checks. French Satines, Persian I>rapery, liack Iibbe Ilose, &c.
Ladies' Fine French Kid Biutton Boots-a marvel of artistic art. Cents' Fine bhoes.
D & E.'s Corsetot !uant 75c.
D. &. E.'s Corset, Unbreakable, at $1.
Are the best of their kind at the price.
Roberts' Razor Steel Scissors & Needles.
As usual at this season of the year we will give special b)argains in t he following merchandise:
10 and 12 Quarter Blankets,
lied and White Flannels.
Ladi-s' and Gents' Underwear,
Ladie ,' Wraps.
Boys' Knee Suits.
Cassimeres and I[eavy Wootens,
Ileavy Si:ks and Dres- Material.
We would also ask your attention to the displav of
MICHELINE ART QUILTS,
M'.ade by a Southern Millh superior to the itmported und tnt'l (1heapetr, also
JUlItTA IN POL ES, 1Biass fountted. at 5Oe. WIND)OW SIlAIDES. with Fixtuires, at 25c.
We arc still agents for the DIA3MOND AND EIGIIMIE Shirts, tiamn which there is none better
DESPORTES & EDMUNDS,
Assisted by Capt. Bnldwin, Mr. McNultv. Mr. Simmons, Mr. Kinkead,3Mr. Witlli:nn.Mr.
lives. Mrs. Evans. Mr. Brownm, 3Ir. Rtoa'ch, Master Neece. 3Master IL. Iztar, M!aster E. I'zlar,
lisses Gasque. ti-17-t f
For the coming week will intecrest his liartrons withI land slides in Dry Goods,
hoes and Clothling. We mlust have r-om for our' sprinlg stock and a gireat many
dditionts. whliech we will refer to later. Our* march shiall be iupwar'd and onward.
ihe Pride of ouxr Establishmtentt.
Ladies' Cambric Underwear,
A good Chemise at 25 cents. Drawers at 25 rents. Aln elegant line (if Skirts
rith six tiucks, at 44 cents. See outr grand disptlay of Night Dresses, at !I8 rents,
3ildren's Slips and Dresses at greatly reduiced prices. Children's I'i otn Suit s
his wecek at 50 cents, wiorth $1.25
Another Lot of Gloves at 49 cents per pair.
TLOAKS AND FINE COVERINGS.
5,000 yards calicoes, at 4 cents. 4,000 yar'ds best standard calicoes. ait .i cents.
)clean out the stock. 2 catses checked ginghams, at S. cetits. worthi 12.' eents.
ranit eville . shiirting 31cenits tper yard. A 'rood 10- brw-le n~ t1
2nt-. Be.t 10-4 bleaiched sIhetcing from 20 to 25 eents.
3LANKETS! BLANKETS!! BLANKETS!!!
Our stock in this depart mienlt is still heanvv. 1(1( ( rev Blanikets. ait 5i lett
teci. 100 Pair's G rev Blankets, at $1. redm~eed fromt 83 .50. 1 7( Pairi, Grav
lankets, ait $1.S8. r'eiduced from 8'2.25. 0 Pa:irs of Fine White Blatnkets. "lighti lv
ama ged, worthi 8.thiisweekait"5.
5lph-nd(i1 sale of White Spreads. slig~hrtly soiled, at 85 centls. 95 eenti t.1 ?5 aind
1.25. 100 dozen D)ollies. ait 3:6 eents, wvort ith c0 iets. 25 pair TIabile I :i imisk,
ow at 10) cents. 50) pair Table Damask, ntow at 39 cents. Our stock (if Fine
aitask at cost. See our'line of Turkey~ Red Damask, at :33., 4!)011nd 72 eents.
10 dozeni towels at 10 cents. wvorthu 15 cents.
Iosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Corsets,
A good Lieis' Stockintg at 5 ceints p'i' pair'. Elegant goiod" at 30 and n
lit-, nlow it 1i eents per' patir. See d t value we are huowtinig ini coI t and1111 iov'e".
CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
wt stick on hand tiutst go to make roomn foi' spr~xing st ock. Flin' siuit" at redu( ced
'ices. Onur coats for mien and boys at pri'es that wyill suit imeni of liimited mteanit.
ur -tock of boy<' clothing at New Yoi'k Cost.
hoes, Shoes, Shoes.'
w' stock on hatnd ntow of wiinteri goods we'( pr'opoIse to sell a t great ly teid need pr'ic's.e
All pai'tie's owing ni- will kinidly' call antd se'ttle. Retspiectfulv
J. L. llimnnaugh & Co.
T STANDS AT THE HEAD!
- This Cut shmows the new style of Wood l
- ~Wor this Comipany isnowinrdmg .
- \WITHOUT A 1PEER s
MCII.NICAL CONST1hUCTION IT IhAS
NO ilt'vA L. The ntew line Attachmteitt thatt
arte niow bein;g placedwithI each '"Domiest ie"
amre specialties No othter miachtine has thetm.
mnake "-Dontic"ie more thnn t ever without s
(hui---tioni. TUHE A CKNOW L EDG ED ."TA ND
Aiti) OF EX-:ELLE 'CE.
FOR SALE BY1
PROSPERITY. S. C.
Agrenl s wanted in unoccupied territory.
* .~ -. ~dilress,
DO1MESTIC SEWING 31ACTUNE Co., ifl
M \AIN STIEET. SI . . C.
I am otYring, Groceri,s. Tob:icco ufl(
CiLars at the lowest prices that it is pos.
sible for them to be sold at. aind I woub
call vur. atteitiol more especially !
tlii-: ason to Our
And sny that it will be loyour advantag(
to Selo d ill your orders at once as "'oot
SeC; Potntows are siearce an11d bo nill-d t(
go hiigh1r. If in want of
We will t:ike yourorders and till withom
E. J. Brennen, Agt.
P. 0. Box 17., Columbia, S. C.
Fariuers and Tickers
No mocre c.t ton entrillai1:rs,
No mohre Orilly worms,
No more cut woin1 ,
No more tobacco Worm,s
No nore potato bugs,
Bug, Worm and Insect
Within the reach of all, only
5 Cts. Per Pound
Perfectly Harmless, except
to Insect Life.
. - -TIlF G REAT'
For thle pr*oteition of (o: ton). poit abs.
riietltiural cheist, co vered byV letterus
~ingsucess ini the .Ne w E o(glind Stat e-,
.iperseding all ot1hers whn used. It
ofYei'red to the augriculturalIi-t, with the
A viction thati it will mee't a wan itlon1g
It, and1 that a tial will conin ic yout of
1 ahid 25 polund bags and barrels an.d
ali b arrel , wih di rection s for uise.
ontracts can be made for large qu:ati
It kills the Colorado Baetle on p&a
s,the hanrd lea on mielons, the smallI
-e. the cut w~ormi, eaterpillaurs on1 Cot tonl
id fruit trees, thle 17-ye ar locust, the
unlh bug. t ob:n-CO worm anid all in sect
Mfoner must be sent with order. For
.le in anyV qu(antity byv
i. J. Brennen,
31ain1 Street. Columbia, S. C.
Agent for Newberry, Lexington, Fair
hd, Kershaw, Sumter and~ - 'chland
)UnliCS 2-~ m
H1ERALD ?e IE1IVS~
ONE YEAR....... 2.00
SIX MONTHS ...... 1.00
TII EE MONTS... 50
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g-T,ivt- its s b ib-er
ONE F[D~;D.N O[R
tilled with the la:est reliable news from
all parts of the world. vte amount and
character of illere,tinlg news thus sup
plied wil surpass that of any iper in
the County or S:ate.
To appreeitt the Val :e of onur col.mns
re:d each and every :rticle and compare
wh1-t we send von with what you get
fronm other-publi-hers. The secret of
tle. whole matter may be toll in) a few
words: We devote the spIce 'n the
coliins of the
larglv to County, owi ad Local
ew. :mu l nend as a supplement the
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AUTH 129 Plwrg,
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(esire to havie von make thme HI ERI
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diu ini which to record the current
events -whichm transpire from week to
week in your ecet ion of the~ county.
This will be greatly appreciated by us
aind make the paper thamt much tihe more
valuable to von.
As~ an adler:i-ing~ medimum the
Herald and News
takes the lead. For twentyv-nm years it
ha:s visited the baom -sof Newberry
Conuntv. Dunring~ that time it has been
the medium thmroughm which thme olieial
advertisemen? ts of lhe eonmy , and thle
great r* portionh of this time the only
paperm which prin;td thle who le of thlemi.
and1( with its presen t advan tiges as a
news giver. it will eon;tinume to b.e the
mhost valuabO l e to bu sinles, mfenl.
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Bill Hieads, Note Hleads Letter C
Hleads. Eurelopes Business ~
andI Viin Cards,
Inv itationis, Pro- L
atalognes. Pamnplets, Briefs, C
Checks, Receipts, Circuiars,
Hland Bills, CottOn Tickes ,:
Blank, Liens, toureyanicer,
Morf gages, tc,,G
rinted at -hort notice and at thme most at
URLAEHR ad PROPRIETOBR
00mbia & (reenrille Raile.d
CoLUMBIA. S. C., July 19. 1S>
On and after Sunday, July 1!, 155 the
PASSEN ;El TRAINS will ruu as herewitb in
dicated upon this road and its bianchee
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave S. C. -Tur.ction - - 10.20 a m
Columbia, C. G. Depot 10.45 a n
Arrive Alston, - - - - 11.45 a ut
" Newberry, - - . - 12.4 p in
" Niuety-Six, D - - - A3 p m
" 1odge', - - 3 p in
" Belton, , - 4.11 p in
Arrive Greenville.-- -- 5 35 p m
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville. - - - 0.45 a m
Arrive Belton, - - 03 a in
" Hodge, - . 12 ;7 p m
" Ninety-Six, D - 1.1 . p m
" Newberry, - - - 3.02 p m
Alston, - 4.05 p m
Arrive Columbia, C. & G. Depot - 5.15 p m
Arrive S. C. Junction. - - . . 5.30 p m
SPAPrTAN!X.RO, UNION & COLUMBIA RAILP.OAD.
No. 5.3. UP PASSENGER.
Leave A'ston, - - - 1.5 P 1
Arrive Strotier, --- 2. p m
Shelton, - - - .0 p
Sautuc,-- - - -- 1.50pm
Union. 1' - - - 2.7pm
Jonesville. - ip
Arrive Spartanburg, S. U. & C. D. 4.40 p in
It.S,D.1). .50 1pm
No.Z52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartai.-urg, E'. & D. Depot,.11 11 V> a in
Spartanburg, S. U.&C.1)ej;ot,G11.25a m
- 12.31 p m
Union. 1) 1.12 p m
Santuc, 1.59 p m
Sheltor, - 2: p m
Strother. 9- . p m
Arrive -t Alston, - 5. 4 p m
BLUE RIDGE ItAILROAD AND ANDER:tO.N
Leave Belton 4.15 p m
ArriVe Anderson - . 4.47 p in
N . Pendleton A 5 2 P M
Leave Seneca , t,110 P m
Arrive Walalla 6.33 p mn
Leave Ualhalla, - - . a m
Arrive Seneca C, -b- - 1 pI mf
S Pendleton, - & 3S a m
" Arders.n, - - 13.22a
Arrive at Belton. - - 10.57 a m
LATD TENS A AIL WAY.
Leave Newberr . .71 p m
Arrive LaurenC. H.. - . .30 p m
Leave LaurensC.H. 4.0 p iIm
ArriveNewberry, l.3a m
Leave Hodges. - - 3.30 p m
Arrive aL Abbevilc. - 8 0 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - 10.45 a m
Arrive at loges. -1. - 10.57n
Ar:ose c-onuetio is now madc at Seneca
La it. & 1). r. . for Atlanta an beyot.d.
A. WitH Soui Carolina Railroad fron3 phar
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington a all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte-and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At,
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from all
- points South and West. I
F. With Soutli Carolina Railroad for Charles- I
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augutta I
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
II. With A. &C. Div., R. & D. R. Rt., from
Charlotte and beyond.
G. Rt. TALCOTT, Sur,erintendent.
D CAPRDWELL. Ass't General Passenger Agt.,
Columbia. S. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Wilmngton, N. C., NOV. 15, 1885.
F AST LINE
rharleston and Columbia .and
Upper South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - -- 7.20 a mn
" Lanes, - .34 a mi :
" Sumnter, - - - 9.33 a mn
rr've Columbiat. - - 10.40 a mn
" Winsboro, - - 3.02 p mn
"Chester, - - - 4.15 p m
"Yorkville, - - - 0.05 p mn
" Lanicaster, - - 7.01 p in
- Rock Hill, - - 45pm
" Carote,N.C. - 6.05 p m
"Newberry, S. C. - 12.48 pm m
" Greenw~ood, - 2.42 p m
" Laurens - 6.30 p mf
" Andersonl, -'- 4.47 p m
" Greenv ille, - - 5.35 p m
" Walhal1a, - 6.33 p in
"Abbev ille. - - 4.30 p m n
" Spartanburg, - 4.40 p mn
"Hender-sonville, N. C., 5.35 p mn I
GOING EAST. t<
eave IIendersonville, N. C.. 7.00Oai m
" pairtanbuirg, - - 11.1 5 a mn t<
" A bbeville, - - 101 45 a mn 1
-- Walhalla, - - 8.-30 a m g
" Greentville, - - 9.45 am L
S Anlderson, - - 10.22 a mn
" Laurens, - - 8.00 a mn st
" Gr-eenwood, - - -- 12.44 p m c
" New beiry,- N. 3.02 p mn o.
-Charlotte, . C.. - 12.50 p mn ei
S Rock ill,. - - 1.56 p ml E
" Lancastr, -. - 7.0 a m0
"Yorkville, - - 1l.45 pi m c
" Chester. - -- 2.42 P mU I
" Wininsboro, - - 5.48 p mn 0
" Columbia, - - 5.27 p mn se
rrie Ser - - - 0.42 p tm
" Laes. - - 7.45 p mn tr
" Char-leton. - - 9.10 p in
Solid Trains between Charleston anld_
Special Bull'et Cars attached to this
ain. No extr-a chlarge for seat in theseL
urs to psssengers holding First Class p
J. F. DIVINE,
T. M. EMERsON,
Generatl Passeenger Agent.
i. J. RAMAGE & SON
one of ihe new store rooms of Crota-ell & Cl
cCmigbrin, a FRESH LINE OF DESIRABLE ~
JODS, con-itinz of amotng other nrticles:
moice brands of B!ecched Good<, Drilline.
iir-ing, Cottnades, 105 Sheeting, a nice
nlin, Lonsdaule Cambrics, Lawne, Nainsook, Fl
nen Tale CIlth. Towvels and Napkins, La: 21
and Gents' Shoes, Brogans. Pleace call
HOlCE FAMilY GROCERIES J
L AN TATION SUPPLIES a
Focr Sale. d
We have twi'v in store, Ferria' Hams~ and -
eangfra Strits. C. C. C. Tennessee Hams,
mked !!-er Ha:ms and Ox Tronguies. Jacon,
td andu N. 0. Molassec, Java, Laguyra and to~
i CofThes, Finest Green and Oolong Teas, tuR
tars of differe-nt i.rands, Kirk's Laundry 10n
ajp and other brands. Also, a nice line o~f
mieware, Ewers, and Basins, etc., Glass- K
re Pitchers, Goblets, Jelly Tumblers, nice rjo:
ieles, B J. RAMAGE & SON, tre
-2-iy. Sewberry, S. C. ret
Bucklea's Armes Salve. VOl
[he Best S -lye in the world for Cuts. Sores,J
is's. Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, Tet-D
,Chapped Hands, Chillblains, Corns. and j
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures piles. .
no pay required. It is guaranlteedl to give A
fect satis-taction, or money refunded. I
ice 5 cnt+.. p.er xaFr ale by Dr. S. F. Tov
W, H. HUN ,".
Atitorney arA d L,
NZWBERRY, S. '
oiliec on Law Range cver offce
of John%fone and Cromer.
Will Iractice in all the Courts of the
State. and will give strict attention
to all busincss entristrd to him.
Wi I l r gt on,C u-I1 & A u gL,sla R.PR.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No. 4Q. No. 40.
DATD July 2th, 1 > Daily. Daily.
Lv. Wilmington ......... 20 P. M.. 10 10 P. X.
Lv. L.Waccaa.......9 42 1117
Lv. Marion ........11 3 " 1240 A.M.
Arrive Florence...........1225 " 115
Sumter..........44A M 434
Columbia........6 40 641''
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
No. 43. No. 47.
Lv. Columbia ................ .55P.M.
.eave F-orece. .......430 . 5 07 A. 1
LV. Marion........... ..5 14 553
Lv. L. Waccan.aw .............7 14 744
ar. Wilmington.... ....3 907
Train No. 43 stops at all Stations.
Nos. 4$ and 47 stops only at Brinkley's
Whiteville, Lake Waccamaw, Fair Bluff,
Sichols. Marion. Pee Dee, Florence. Timmons
vi;e, Lynchburg. M ayesville, Sumter, Wedge
:eld. Camden Junction ard Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and all points on
& Gt. R., C , C. & A.. It. R. Stations, Aiken
Junction, and all points beyond, should take
So. 48 Night Express.
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Savannah
tnd for Augusta on train 4S. -
Passengers on 40 can take 48 train from Flo
ence for Columbia, Augusta and Georgia
>oin's via Columbia.
All trains run solid belween Charleston an(
JOHN F. DIVINFA
T. M. EMERSON, Gen!l Pass. Agt.
South Carolina Railway Company.
"OMME.<CING SUNDAY, NOV. 29, ISS5. n
" 6.05 A. M., Passenger Trains will run as
ONlOWS "Eastern time:"
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
)epart Columbia at.....7.30 a m 5.27 p m
)ue Charleston.. -........12.1S p n 9 05 p m
)erart Charieston........ 7.20 a m 5.10 p m
)ue Columbi...........10.4o a m 10 00pm
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
)epart Columbia.. 7.30 a m. 5.05 p m 5.27 p-m
)ue Camden......21.47 p m. 7.42 p in 7.42 pm
WEST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
)epart Camden......;.5o a M 6.50 a m 3.15 p m
)ue Columbia.....9.15 a m 10.40 a m 10.00 p m
TO AND FRO31 AUGUSTA.
)epart Co,umbia.......... 5 27 p m
)ue Augusta ............10.30 p m
)epart Augusta............ 4.45 p m
)ue Columbia............. 10.00 p m
4ade atColumbia with Columbia-'and Green
,ille Rail Road by train arriving at 10.0A.M.,
Lnd departing at 5.27 P. M. At Columbia
unction with Charlotte, Columbia and An
usta Rail Road by same train to and from
tl points on both roads.
Passengers by these trains take Supper at
At Charleston with Steamers for New York;
Lnd on Tuesdays and F- idays with steamer
or Jacksonville and points on the St. John's
tiver;also with Charleston and Savannah
tailroad to and from Savannah and al!
)Oints in Florida.
At Augusta with Georgla and Central
tailroads to and from all points West and
"outh. At Blackville to and from points on
arnwell Railroad. Through tickets can be
Mrchased to all points South and West, by
D. MCQUEEN, A gent, Columbia.
JOTIN B. PECK, General Manager.
D. C. ALLEN, Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agt..
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