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Colored Teachers' Department
By w. B. wIS.
110W To TEACII.
No educat;on can be a perftect om
whose result is a failure to Amke it
recipients thinkers. The -im of al
mental cultur should be to train pa
p'ls to think for themselvCs. Bear i
mind that to think is not merely ti
sit absorbed for hours. forgetful o
surroundings; is not to waver fron
one subject to another. leavin;
no connection between them-n<
logical arch by which the space hc
tween can be spanned. To think
to be able to grasp a subject in an:
of its phases, to trace step by step it
parts, to analyze its elements, to r
by logical laws from one point to an
other, all forming a chain of facts
the one depending on a precedin!
truth, the other following from a pre
established fact. It is said the worb
of thought is inhabited by a few
our mightiest men. These give fortl
in brilliant scintillations the fir
which they have snatched from tL
celestial realm of thought. Thes
cruide the helim of States. carve th
destiny of nations, direct the civil
zation and culture of the world
which looks on with ease and indi!
ference, knowing nothing of the pail
The aim of all teaching should b
to draw forth an effort from the pupil
to see how and why a thing is donc
We know a child learns to walk b;
walking, and a teacher learns to teac
by teaching, and so does a chil<
learn to think by thinking. W
can't go down to the brook and drin]
for a horse. but we can gradually lea<
him down to the fountain and he wil
drink for himsel'. .Neither can %
think for a child, but we can gradu
-lly lead him into that great world o
thought, and he will think for hinisell
which should be the aim of all teaci
Try and get your pupils into thi
habit of asking why a thing is so
Whenever a pupil comes and ask:
you to solve a problem for him, as]
him for his reasons, why you multi
ply. subtract or divide. Alway
make your pupils. understand tha
success depends on an object it
view. When you have a pupil t<
explain an example to the class don'
let him stop with what be knows
(which he will natural"y do) but giv<
his whys. A slight change will al
ways bring about a thought. I find at
ti~ Sanf'ords Common Schoo
aetic, page 214,No.4, which wil
'~Th~ .~strong thought to a pupil
t toV we have gone th.ro ugh with hhd
whe ome next to 13-16 gal., in thal
. to will get 3 quarts and 4.16 over
o,from the preceding examples
.under the same hea<ing, we wouk
certainly get pints, but we will soor
'1 see that in 4-16 we can't get p)ints
The first question will be, why is this
I see how but not why. There yor
have a chance to lead him to that
great fountain of thought, and re
joice to see him drink for liimself'
After he sees you have gotton gillh
he will certainyv want to know al
and why about it.
We all are not.*born teache~rs, but
we all can have some method and(
stick to it. Always convince vour]
~3pls of facts, reason with them.
Leftthem know there is a reason wh
L a thing is so. The puplil in coing
to Socrates is a fine model how lhe
(the pupil) was not as wise as he
thought he was. The pupii came tc
him, feeling strong and wise, and
when he left him he felt helples5
and ignorant. The question with the
pupil was, why is this? Socrates, "1
ill show you." Calling thle pupil te
him, he made a line in the sand, andi
said, "boy, how long is this line?'
Boy, "it is a foot long, sir." Making
another, he (Socrates) said. -how long
is this line?" Boy, '"it is two feel
long, sir." Socrates. "hmow much
larger would be the square construct
ed on the second line than on the
first line?" Boy, "it would be twice
as large, sir." Under the direction
of the boy, Socrates cor.structed the
two squares. Socrates. "how mnuch
larger than the first did you say the
second square would he?' Boy, "I
said it would be twice as large.
Socrates, "'but how much largzer is
Kit?'' Boy. "it is four times as largze.'
s, "thank you, my b'oy, you
may go. That boy camne to me. full
of confidence. thinking himnselfi wise.
I told him nothlingz. By a few simple
questions I led him to see his error
and discovecr the truth. TFhouub
really wiser. he goes away feelin~
humble." That same #"hy principal
ho o'ood vet.
The teacher shtould guard against
hlaving suchl a rush of work come on
him at tbc- hour of closing that the
shool must be dismissed in a confu
s'-~e with their work halt' (lone.
etiarsretles.I would say to those
itown that it is better to dismiss by
~'J. J. Atkins, ('hief of I'olice. Knoxville,
Tenn., writes: "'dy family ard I are bent
We tlciarei of your mnest excePent mnedicin', Dr.
gi New~ D)iscovery foreonumfption :hanv
hefound it to be all that y-ou claim for it, tIe
-e to testify to its virtue. My- f-iends to
uswhom I have reemnmendCfl(ed it, I.nde it at
Dr me.n;s New Discovery for Conr<mption
sguarantteed to cure Coughs, CoM~. 1Pron
citis, Athmna, Croup and every atre" ion of
Troi', Chest andl( Lungs.
Tri Bottles free at D)r. S. F. Fant's Drue
"'o1CLAR POEic PEARLS." and
grahies rf Poet-, by Prof. Frank
Chiago11N a! C. cin :i Ellio:t & Beez
Tis v olu1eC com'i-e a cla*s of per
m hat 1 in Th':e pophliar mind, and
that 1r : 1w el4eIiht of ll clnizs -s of
i4:0t -r,. P r-: w1o hive not tire
tr. %rl *.h''':i:u ora exteniedl sudy1
of '~ h ' 1- av be delighted here Nwith
h. -' wet' -:rains from1 the world of
p Ioetr. Tin a re also gathlCerd nume1Tr
t t edri that, a
11inoent ' m .'p:ttion. were b)reathled
on'it frl): I.1 ::.. 'ie, - into :il imlin or
ai !f -Th- have jist a- firm
hold .pw 0th :.ct'onso4 tie people :S
have th or of the imazster poet-.
In liiz vle we ii y lari somle
thin;irof "tlh ;vniu !: ad all-embracing
Ihuma:it of Wordr-wo*,v!" the iiagic of
l l ani Col*ri. "Ole ever mnur
11!11rrn;1r usie oC (f :ir i ] nd Moore. the
"entantig ves''ofrenlny.;oll and
ouir own bel'ved L.ouDlf. ow; and our
hear!tZ. l-k 1:i tuntotched harp. ma
break ftiti n ilto w t. liarniOu11011S
i soi;S wini toucheI bv the gentle :inliu
.11nle o f -poetice. erh." --%Outhern
THE GLDSE OF TImE. in the First
and Se,vrind Age. Divinely handled by
Tholm:a- Puen.on, ofLicleIn,
Getit. 1e-n' andl allowed. Loidon:
P1rritei by Beriard Al-op for L.awreice
Chapmaj n':un are to be -old at hik shop
ovr it Sapht- Inno, 124. Now
rel.rin(' ini a ne:t voltuie. Itr primer
-x ype, )in'd inl fint.. elwh, ; t top. bev
lcd boakr. .i 50 cents., The quaint
-pnei, oLt th tizztl pa-ge of twhi tire
a(' i- L tran-;cript, appletlret noarly
half a cent ury earli-r thanl Paradise Lost,
and it is intriisially probable that it
' woul have fallen under the eve of 'Mil
ton ; in. any cn.s-e there are striking
poilits of resemblaince between the two
t poema, amlit1 iiriany have supposed 3Nilton's
imlort: wvork to have been inspired by
s the former. Onily two copies of the work
are known to be ill existence previous to
the iszue of the present edition, one be
hig in the British 3useum, the other in
'the Bodleian Library. Oxford. The
copy in tile British Museum was pur
ebaed at a noted sale of old books in
1319, by Baron Bolland, who notes upon
a blank leaf that it cost him 21.. IGs. (d
(about $110.) Some years ago a gentle
mani of Virginia. Mr. J. L. Peyton,
Sspri1ngfrom the old English family of
that name, made an aceurate transcript
0of the copy inl the Briti-h MIuseum, pre
serving eveil the quaint spelling, pune
.tnation, capitalizing and italicizing of
the- oi i-ginal. This present edition is
printed without Alterationi. Apart from
its presuied conne(ction with Paradise
Lost, the poei lia: very considerable
merits of its own, and is in every way a
literar eiriositv. John B. Alden, pub
liiher, New York.
TiiE ECLECTIC 3AGAZINE for 31arch
has as its leading article a'paper by 'Mr.
GLdto'e, entitled "Proem to GeneAs
A Plea for a Fair Trial.' in which he
carries on the old controversy against
Iuxlev al(l 31. Reville iU favor of tile
ortio<Yox view of the creation as now
held. Arthir S1y',mous (iscusses "Frederi
Mi'tral, 0h1.e Proveneal Poet." and
George rim,'ury tells us about George
B1"orrow,. tie inating author of "La
negro." "Darwhim and Denioracy,"
by W. . i , and the eritiCal paper on
hie E nglis draimatist, Middleton, by
Si'nbr mn :re boti entertaining and
ugg :ti we!1z arile. "Government in the
UnLiteILd '.t' ," by Gamnaliel B1rdford,
an r "A4 ' f Th<ug 31arhiine."' by Grant
\A ln re tLendI thieiiselves to intel
li'mt't reat3 Therie are several short
ar'itic(e of0 1?. ch iiteiest, anld the eni
se CuleI ot the 1magizine will be found
furl; -i to it .t. 1Publishedl by E. R.
Peiten, '~> 'I't. S treet, New York.
Term', S5 ''er year; single niumbers, 45
cents ; trral .-n b.scription for 3 months,
t. Eelectic and1( any $13Magazine, i'S.
THE GRAPIItC NEWs, tile illustrated
weekly of Cinrinnati, in its issue of
M:arch~l 131, will bec otf uniusual initerest to
the people of tile Souit i, as4 it will pub)
lishi a double-page pi:ctur' of the pro
.piosed mUonumIlent to Gr'r. .R. E. Lee, at
Richmnond, Va., toget her with a portrait
of the~ hunenIted rlead. 'Thle testimonial
tol the muemlory of the great commander
will cost $ 20,000(, arnd wiVll be one of the
graindest in the countr'y The Graphic
News' illu-tration of it was pre pared
tuuleCr theC surpervisioni of th<- successful
sculptor,' amid will be4 a mlagnifienft a!
air. In :arhdititon, the paper will conltain
othie.r inIterest inig piCtorial :uln! reading
maut ter'. Fo" -alre be alh Nr"'. Dealers.
DI) Eoi-:1r's 1.L OTu1LY I!A(AZINE is
o:ne of Itie mnost desirable .f ther house
4h 'n1ld .:/ maaines purblisherd, ('011bining,
as it does, 5 11o much to imlprove aind in
ter1est the 11ome4 c.ircele. The' April nunm
bIer conltainle SOmte admnir'able aurticles,
suc~h as "Thre Castle of IIeidelberg,"
"The Irnustriali Problem," by Jennie
.Junri, and "Lace M1aking." "That
Orlber P'erson," MIrs. Hart's ser'ial, is
conitinuted, arid inistructions are given in
chiina paiintinlg and embossing in metal.
'lhe Pirohi:bitioni ar'ticles ar'e aill good,
WX. JeningIlAs Denmorest contributing
"The Irrepressible Conflicts." The
i roniistpice is a beautiful steel engrav
ing. "Thie MIessage.".
One of the chief needs of the
coutntry, and1 one which depresses
andi demoralizes business and trade
as much as anything else, is an in
crease of our banking capital. W~e
Iwant more mroney and we igiht ad
available money, that business enter
I 1rise cn avits hands on and util
ize without the dead weight and in
etuhus ot interest at ruinous rates.
NI) buineiCss can succeed for any
length C f timeC without motner to back
it. Moneyv begets conlfidence, and
confidence stimulrates trade, and that
is jurst what we want to bring about
a commeIICrciali reaction and cure tihe
dull. times tat we are all complain
i of. Thre leadingr interests of the
coutnttry ar.' uounrd up in the solution
'ofthe labor. qulestion,. anid it takes
e:spital ? to crmmlland either skilled or
unskile h2r :r. There can be but
little boy of c a revolution. whlich in
volves :n ~ .hrg like a hopeful and
chee rn movemren t. as long2 as thej
h:ariks e: e twelve per cent.
to the mel2. : at anid the merchant
ebl.rges twt'lve peri cent. to tihe
p1lanrter. Thbe life and resources of
the soth, .si.ce th--' war, have been
abs orbedI and comnumed in this way,
and he md atemp topay interest
at 'tuch rulinous rates, it kept up, will
keep the cou ntry whe:cre it is, if' it
don'.it mai.ke mratters worse, for the
A little boy sat in the front row
sea a~'t ai theatre just b)eside the
F rench-b 1orn p'layer ifl tie, orchestra.
* CeCently the. horn man. played a
solo. and thre bod rurshled up and
dow..n hi -f ace arnd neca. -Look,
ma:'v luo '"441 cried the.boy; :see h
miSC runing~ ut) and-dowtn1heiac
This rowder never variles. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds. and can
not be sold in competition with the inltitudt
of low test. short weight alum or phosphate
powder. Sold only in cans. RoYAL BAKING
Plow)mt Co.. 1(X; Wall st.. N. Y. 11 --l-y.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY--IN
Richard S. Whal-v et al. vs. Laura A.
Whaley et al.
The creditors of the estate of Ann
Whaley, deceae-,d, are hereby required
to render to the Master and establish on
oath their respective demand.s, within
sixty days from the date hereof, or they
will be thereafter precl.ded.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master,
Master's Odice 24th February, 188O.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
J. Y. MeFall, administrator, etc., of
Geo. Feltman vs. Geo. W. Feltman
and Anne Beam, defendants.
Call for creditors of late George Felt
man to render in demands by 1st
The creditors of the estite of the late
George Feltman, deceased. are hereby
required to render before the Master
and establish on oath their respective
demands, on or before the first day ol
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
3Master's Office, 24th February, 186.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
WHEREAS. James Y. McFall, as C. C.
P., hath made suit to me to grant him
Letters of Administration of the dereliet
estate and effects of William H. Ruff,
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
11101ish all and singilar the kindred and
creditors of the said William 11. Ruff,
deceased. that they be and appear be
fore me. in the Court of Probate, to bc
lie at Newberry Court House 'on the
31st day of March next, after publi
cation hereof, at I 1 velock in the fore
noon, to shew cause, if aiy they have,
why the said Administration should not
Given under my hand this 17th dIa)
of February Anno Doinini 1886.
J. B FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
W, H. HUNT, JR.,
AttoPney and 90UfDS81!0P at Law,
NEWBE RRY, S. C.
Offiec on Law Range Over Ofilee
of~ Johnstone and Crosner.
Will practice in all the Coturts of the
State, and will give strict attention
to all business entrustrd to him.
37j ACME PENETRATIVE.
~ POSITIVELY BURNS
. piosives, btIs a comn
* pound. which, if put in
) the stump and8stfire
'--t,will burn It.
14 - ROOTS AND AL.,
CREEN OR DRY.
- Send $1.00 for enough
1 e~,Penetrative to burn 1!
or money cheerfully re
.funded. Send for illus
trated circular, d:c.
F. E. Fross & Co.
Lock Box D),
B. J. RAMAGE & SON
In one of the new store rooms of Crotwell &
McC.aughrin, a FR ESH LINE OF DESIR ABLE
GOODS, consisting of among other articles:
Choice brands of Bleached Goods, Drilling,
Shirring, Cottonades, 10} Sheeting, a nice
Muslin. Lonsdale Cambrics, Lawns, Nainsook,
Linen Table Cloths, Towels and Napkins, La
dies' and Gents' Shoes, Brogans. Please call
and examine. 528-1v.
CHOICE FAMIL.Y GROCERIES
PL AN TATION SUPPLIES
We have now in store, Ferris' Hams and
Breakfast Strips, C. C. C. Tennessee Hams,
Smoked Beef Hams and Ox Tongues, Bacon,
Lard and N. 0. Molasses, Java, Laguyra and
Rio Coffees, Finest Green and Oolong Teas,
Sugars of different brands, Kirk's Laundry
Soap and other brands. Also, a nice line of
Graniteware, Ewers. and Basins, etc., Glass
ware Pitchers, Goblets, Jelly Tumblers, nice
articles. B J. RAMAGE & SON,
5.28-1. New berry, S. C.
E iIoB1aO lio & Au(Usta B,R
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
SDATED July 12th, 1855. No. a~ o 0
Lv. Wilmington...........20 ,. n. 10 10 p. x.
Lv. L.WacCamnaw.........942 11 17.
Lv. Marion....-- ........11 36 " 12 40A.31.
arrive Florence----......-1225 " I115 ".
" Sumter------------..434 A M. 434 "
" Columbia....-- ....640 " 6 4
TRAINS GOING NORTII.
No. 43. No. 47.
Lv. Columbia.............Dail5 Dal. m
Leave Florence.............4 :i0 r x. 5 07 A. M
Lv. Marion.................5 14 "5 53
Lv. L. Waccamaw....... 7 14 "7 44"
Ar. Wilmington........... 33' iO7 "
Train No. 43 stops at all Stations.
NOs. 48 and 47 stops only at Brinkley's
WVhiteville, Lake Waccamiaw, Fair Bluff,
ichols, Marion, Pee Dee, Florence. Timmnons
rille, Lynchburg. Slayesville, Sumter, Wedge
leeld, Camden Jiunction an'i Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and all points on
. & G. R. P.,. C , C. & A. R. R. Stations. A iken
unction. and all points hecyofid, should take
o. 48 Night Express.
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Savannah
md( for Augasta on train 48.
Passengers on 40 can take 48 train from Flo
ence for Columbia, Augusta and Georgia
>nin's via Columbia.
All trains run solid between Charleston and
JOHfN F. DIVINE.
iPianios anzd Org'anus
From the world's best maker-. at fi:-ory prices. on easiest terms of paymnlnt
Eight grand makers ::1d over th- imtr I .tyle- to select from.
pT~(~Qh~r 1AIVOSMah ok BlIrt ck Ariov,
I 1 . k , P)1ark:. rd. elm tr i i -': 8:ie C)2:':mn-.
Pianos : ;l Org.ci ielivere . .ii: pi to all railro:ai 1, jnt South.
Fifteen I!ay ii% tr. and frei oth w:Iy:. ii n satisf:ctory. Order and test
in your own :,>mci.
Coh nbi .Musi House,
Branch f 1. ii& B: t - 4>th lirn M':- i Ionze,
N. W. TrZUM1P. Manager.
Columbia, S. C.
Local agents-L. A. IIavki:. N(wh,rry: . Conuni., Peak's; Keisler &
Monckton, Chappe1l-:, and J. A. Upwwes, l'.w
MARBLE FRONT jEWELPY AND MUSIC PARLOR,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
(R. N. Ricibour g, S-;e-r W mw. Gla'. 'er. Watehinaker & Silversmith.)
Diaflond, SilverwaI. P!.n C'are. Uranzes. Gold Watel)-(, Silver Watches,
Clocks, Jardinivre-. Ihe Iieet ms. Preejon: Stoies. aid every article made
for Wedding Present7 A 1l tn-e to pleas the imo-t fa-tidiou. The new Fall
and Winter style.-wry a eeant leyonfl (e-wription.
A Solid Silver 1Iintin- Ca...- Amvrivnn m atch for only v10.00.
I have :llded to lily jew v\ alijlunet a mnusie department, in which
will be found the celebraite(d . pright. Grandaild Squaie Pianos, of which
I have the -ole control in i. e.:':-Fi-her. Grovenstein and Fuller in all
styles. W:1 o: & OWite, n, n1r Orgn of every (escription. Stringed and
BIass Instriments. Shet Ma i Muht-al F(dii!-. Send for descriptive cata
logue an(d lrie:. and be s!;r n e tol. N R ihong, Main Street, Columbia,
S. C., before pni-uh1a?ing I Ve. I buy my i)ntrinents outright and can
therefore offr7yoit lower price b; t ho4 who have them on consignment.
GO TO JAOIKSONwS
Columbia Cash Dry Goods Storn
And get baigains in Drv Good aad Clothing. Ile is selling off the entire stock
at a very small advance above cost, and to every eti-stomer who purchases, say from
50 cents up. lie gives thei a ladies' collar.
The stock is large and new, best in the city, and no customer will be refused a
C. F. Jackson, )anager,
120 MAIN STREET, - COLUMBIA, S. C.
EPSTI S BI S[l I
Gents' Eurnishinig Goods
To be shl at a sa(1rifice.
WXill offer from this date the above desirable goods at a
sacrifice wvhich will astonlish eCveryody who will faver him
with a call.
TH E GOODS IIST BE 80OLD El B EG1 R9DLE88 OF OST
I am obliged to make room tor the spring stock, as I am
determined not to carry over anyv more of this stock than I can
help. Tils is no idle talk or atdvtitsing. but I mean business
to the letter. Call and secure the lest Bargains in Clothing
of every kind, Hats of all descriptions, Gcnts' Furnishing
Goods in the greatcst variety. Bring your lowvest quotations
in prices and I will unIdersell he1m all bya are ajority.
148 Main Str'eet, Columbia, S. C.
IT STANZDS AT THlE HEEAD I
---- TIE LIGHTP-RUNNING
- ~This ('ut shiows the new style of Wood
work this Company isnlow introducing.
* ~ Artistically BeanJ ful.
- - - WITIIOUT A PEER&
MEC;irANICA [ CONSTRUCTION IT HAS
NJ 1R V AL. Thbc new line Attachment that
are4 no(w beOina lacedlwith each "'Domestic"
are sp.eiatti4s. No other machine has them.
SThese A ttachments and the New Woodworkr
mke: "D)omestic'' more than ever without
que.-tion. THE ACKNOWLEDGED STAND
ARD) OF EXCELLENCE.
FOR SALE BY
T'IIOMAS. BA RTON & KEY,
.Agents~ wan ted in unoccupied territory.
- ~ DOMESTWCSEWING MACHINE Co.,
I 6--1_ Richmond, Va.
j L ~~
MAIN STLZET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
I am offering Groceries, Tobacco and
,igars at the lowest prices that it is pos
ible for them to be sold at, and I would
:all Four attention more especially at
.his season to our
And say that it will be toyour advantage
o send in your orders at once as good
seed Potatoes are scarce and bound to
ro higher. If in want of
We will take your orders and fill without
E. J. Brennen,Agt.
P. 0. Box 178, Columbia, S. C.
Farmers and Truckers
No more cotton caterpillars,
No more army worms,
No more cut worms,
No more tobacco worms,
No more potato bugs,
Bug, Worm and Insect
Within the reach of all, only
5 Cts. Per Pound
Perfectly Harmless, except
to Insect Life.
For the protection of cotton, potatoes,
field crops, gardens, and all vines and
It is the production of a well known
agricultural chemist, covered by letters
patent, and has met with the most grati
fying success in the New England States,
superseding all others when used. It
is offered to the agriculturalist, with the
conviction that it will meet a want long
felt, and that a trial will convince you of
its intrinsic merits. It is put up in 1, 5,
10 and 25 pound bags and barrels and
half barrels, with directions for use.
Contracts can be made for large quanti
It kills the Colorado Beetle on pota
toes, the hard flea on melons, the small
lie. the cut worm, caterpillars on cotton
and fruit trees, the 17-year locust, the
squash bug. tobacco worm and all insect
Money must be sent with order. For
sale in any quantity by
E. J. Brennen,
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
Agent for Newberry, Lexington, Fair
field, Kershaw, Sumter and Richland
1865, 22N "(1 1 VOHEi 1181m
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PUIIMiK and PROPRiETOR.
)lumbia & Greenille Railroad
COLUMBIA. S. C., July 19, 1885.
)n and after Sunday, July 19, 1885, the
LSSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith in
:ated upon this road and its brancheQ
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER. -
ave S C. Junction 10.20 a in
Columbia, C. G. Depot 10.45 a m
-rive Alston, - - - - 11.45 a In
Newberry, - - - - 12. p In
Ninety-Six, D - - - -- p
Hodges, - - 3 p m
Belton, - - - 4.11 p in
-ive Greenville, - - -in
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
ave Greenville, - - - 9.45 a M
rrive Belton, - . - 11.03 a In
Hod-es, - 1217 p m
" Ninety-Six, D - - - 1.10 p i
Newberry, . - - 3.02 p m
Alston, - 4.05 p m
rive Columbi, C. & G. Depot - 5.15 p in
rive S. C. Junction. - - - - -,5.30 p In
ARTASnBURG, UNION & COLUMBIA RAILROAD.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
ave Als'on, - - - - 11.50 p m
rrive Strother, 12.37 p In
Shelton, 1.C p m
Santuc,- -- -- - 1.50 p m
"Union,'D . - 2.37 p m
Jonesville, - . - 3.31 p In
rrive Spartanburg, S. U. & C. D. 4.40 p m
. &D.D. . 40p m
No.52. DOWN PASSENGER.
iave Spartarnburg, R. & D. Depot, H 11 05 a m
6 Spartanburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 11.25 a m
rriveJonesyfle, .12.31 p In
" Union. D - - - 1-12pin
Santuc, - - - 1.59 p M
Shelton, . . . 238pm
Strotber. - - - 3.09 p n
rrive at Alston. - . - 3 -pm
BLUE RIDGE EAILROAD AND AN1DERSO05
mave Belton 4.15 P In
rrive Anderson - . p In
eave Seneca S, 6.10 p
.rive Walhalla 6.33 p mI
eave Walhalla, - - In
rrive Seneca C, - - I0
Pendleton, - - 938am
Anderson, -10.22 a i
rive at Belton. - - 0
ave Newberry, -3.25p m
rrive Laurens C. H.. 6.3I pm
eave Laurens C. H., - .0a In
rrive Newberry, - - lOai .
eave Hodges. 8.30 In
rrive at Abbeville. - - 4.30 p In
ave Abbeville, - -10.45 a m
.rriveatoge, - - - 3 n.5 m
Close connection is now -ade at Seneca
rith . A b. b. . for AtlAnta and beyond.
With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and -an
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad ft om Charlotte and all points -
With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
. With A.& C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At%
lanta and beyond.
With A. & C. Div.,,R. & D. E. E., from all
points South and West.
With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington,.Columbia and Augu-ta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
[. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. E. E.2, from
Charlotte and beyond.
G. E. TALCT. Superintendent.
D CAIDwELL, Ass't GeneralPa:ssenger Agt.
~olumbia, S. C. I
TLANTIC COAST LINE.
Wilmington, N. C.., NOv. 15, 18857 '
harleston and Columbia and
Upper South Carolina.
eave Charleston, - - 7.20 a m
" Lanes, - - - 8.34a m
" Sumter, - - - 9.33a m
rrive Columbiai, - - 10.40 a m
" Winnsboro, - - 3.02 p m
"Chester, - - - 4.15 p m
"Yorkville, - - - 6.05 p mD
" Lancaster, - - 7.01 p m
" Rock Hill, - - 4.56 p m
"Charlotte, N. C., - 6.05 p m
"Newberry, S. C., - 12.48 p mD
" Greenwood, - - 2.42 p m
" Laurens, - - 6.30 p m
" Anderson, - - 4.47 p m
"Greenville, - - 5.35 p m
" Walhalla, - - 6.33 p m
" Abbeville, - - 4.30 p m
" Spartanburg, - 4.40 p m
"Hendersonville, N. C., 5.35 p m
eave Hendersonville, N. C., 7.00 a mn
"Spartanburg, - - 11.05 a m
" A bbeville, - - 10 45 am
" Waihalla, - - 8.30 a m
" Greenville, - - 9.45 a m
" Anderson, - - 10.22 a m
"Laurens, -- - - 8.00a m
" Grenwod,- - 12.44 p mD
" Newberry, - - 3.02 p m
"Charlotte, N. C., - 12.50 p m
" Rock Hill, - - 1.56p m -
" Lancaster, - - 7.00i a m
" Yorkville, - - 11.45p m
" Chester, - - 2.42 p m
" Winnsboro, - - 3.48 p m
" Columbia, - - 5.27 p m
Lrrive Sumter, - - - 6.42 p mD
" Lanes, - - - 7.45 p m
"Charleston, - - 9.10 p-n
Solid Trains between Charleston and
Special Buffet Cars attachcd to this
'.ain. No extra charge for seat in these
ars to passengers holding First Class
T. M. EMERSON,
General Passenger Agent.
Sonh Carolina Railway Company.
'OMMECING SUNDAY, NOV. 29, ISS.5, at
'.05 A. M., Passenger Trains will run as
>llows. "Eastern time :"A
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
epart Columbia at..7.3- a mn 5.27 p m
ue Charleston........ 12.8 p m 9.05 p in
WEST (DAILY). -
epart Charleston... 7.2 a mn 5.10 p mn
ue Columbial........ 0.4 ai m ltOpi -m
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
epart Columbia. .7.30 a mn. 5.05 p m 5.27 p m
ue CadeD....21.47 p mn. 7.42 p mn 7.42 p m
WEST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
epart Camden..6.50 a mn 6.50 am :.15 p m
ie Columbia.... .9.15 a mn 10.40 a mn 10.00 pim
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
ep art Columbia.......... 62p
ue Augusta.......--- .. 0.')p
epart Augusta...--- 4.4 p in
ade atColumibia with Columbia and Green
lIe Raiload by train arriving at 10.00A.M.,
id departing at 5.27 P. M. At Columbia
mnction with Charlotte. Columbia and Au-.
m.'ta Rail Road by same train to and from
I points on botli roads.
Passeners by these trains take Supper at
At Charleston with Steamers for New York;
id on Tuesdiays and Fi idays with steamer
rJacksonville and points On the St. John's
iver; also with Charleston and Savannah
ailroad to and from Savannah an'd-nl
yints in Florida. ..
At Augusta with Georgia and Central
ailroads to and from all pints West.and
)uth. At Blackville to and from points on
arnwell Railroad. Through tickets can be
archased to all points South and West, by
D. MCQUEEN, Agent, Columbia.
JOH B. P ECK, GnerlMng