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THE WEDDING GUEST.
BY MARIA L. EVE.
And both Jesus was called and his
disciples to the marriage.-John 2:2.
When the angel comes and begins to
We call him to stand at the grave and
No gifts and no greeting when he :p
No, nothing but tears-no greeting but
For the bidder guest.
Then, come to our hearts, 0 thou wed
When the feast is spread with all of our
Not only our tears need the touch Civine.
That sweetened the water and turnled to
0 thou friend and guest.
Then come to the wedding and cone to
To all of our living and all of our doing.
Aye, come to the feast and take of our
When the banquet is laid and the grapes
0. thou royal guest.
TEACHERS' DEPART 2.7ENT.
W. B. WEST, EDITOR.
For the Teachers' Department.
This, we find., was a problem of
great interest to some of our most
able men of the past ages, as it is of
the present, and will be for the future.
We, like other nations, will leave
space for others to occupy. as did the
Greeks of old. The solution of this
great problem depends upon us as
teachers. We, as teachers will find
that the solution depends upon the
following points, viz: self control.
tact, and that natural gift for the
work. Other than these it is often
necessary to resort to corporal pun
ishment in order to secure tle de
sired end. Emulation is also an
agent for securing much good, but
must be kept within the proper
sphere. Entire despotism should be
avoided, for in many ways. it makes
a school a complete monarchy. Give
few rules, but firm ones, and be kind.
A. A. B.
Confusion of Words.
Part of the confusion in th2 words
lie, lay, sit, set, arises from a failure
to discriminate in the primitive mean
ing of the words, and part from the
similarity of their grammatical forms.
Teach that "lie" here means to re
cline, to be in a recumbent position.
Strictly, then, "lie" is an intransitive
verb, admitting of no object. "Lay."
Son the contrary, is transitive, and
-men. to place sonmetlhing, to arrange
somethintg on a lower level.
The principal parts of "lie" are:
Lie, lay, lyingi, lain. We say : they
now lie on the bed, he lay on the
ground yesterday, he was ly'ing there
as he has lain there all
'. The principal parts of "lay"
are: lay, laid, laying. laid. We say:
I lay my hat on the table, he laid his
burden down, you are laying the
*foundation of charauer, he would
have laid all his earnings in his mo
.ther's lap. To set is intransitive.
and has a meaning, not very unlike
*lay. The principal parts of "sit" are:
Sit, sat, sitting, sat, We say : You
inay sit in that chair. we sat a lo;ng
*time, the raven still is sitting, they
had not sat long ere they rose. The
principal parts of "set" are : set, set,
setting,set. Thus we say : HeI se-ts
~~all the laws at defiance, you set your
traps well, we are settin7g everything
all right, they will have set the mat
ter at rest. Finally, notice that there
is an "e" in every possible form of
"set" and the past "-lay" can always
be correctly used by applying the
obieet test. As to expressing the
special act of incubation, we say : we
set the hen, and the hen sits on the
ggs. The only exception to this
rule is the expression "the sun st.
Likewise, we should say a "new laid"
egg; not a "new lain" egg, as we
sometimes hear it.--Sercoo JorIaL.
The question as to the number of
hours in which a teacher could do the
most beneficial work with the chil
dren-6 or S-in the runi of the day,
has brought about some discussion.
The larger number of teachers are
requested to teach 8 hours, and some
9., Some seem to think (i. e. trus
tees) that the adv'ancement of the
pupil depended on the number of
hours taught. Quite a different idea
ifrom the Brooklyn sch:ool boys. when
they made the strike; they struck for
251- hours a week, while so.me of our
boys are kept in -45. Teach:ers, what
is in the utiiitv of the 45 l.our sy'stem
per week mere than the 30 pe week?
A good educeatio,n is that which
gives to the body and to the soul all
the beauty and all the perfection of'
which they are capable.-l'Aro.
We have no heart for editorial
composition this week. A great
grief is before us. It will come be
ewatermelons rip:en. A cotempo
rary-isab)out to pass 1rom brother
hood with us to the mysteries and
mniseries of married life. Yes. G;ro
ier, the good, the alan of destiny, the
ruler of the American people, before
the next Fourth of July. will become
senior and silent partner in the firm
of G. Clevelha & wife. Good by-e.
old partner. May it be ;;ell with
you. and some times think kindly of
the old friend who never asked you
for an office and who still nuts his
tr.s ;n pnns..... orelC Peon!e.
One Time When he lad Enough.
"I never had enough oysters at oni
meal except upon one occasion." re
marked a Denver gentleman. "an'
that was Iust after the war, at Nor
folk, Va. I had been a prisonr a
Andersonville and was one of th<
very last to be released. I was or
my way -North. and you can imnagin
that I wasn't very rich or very fat
I took my time in getting to th<
North. and so I staved around Nor
folk for some time, wating for healtI
and money enougii to proceed on mi
journey. Two or three times I Lo
pretty hungry on m way to Norfolk
but I wasn't hungry ftcr 1 xot there
"Early the first morning I wen
down to where the oyster-boats lay
I had just ten cents in mV pocket
and von know that oysters are a:
cheap as mud there. I s%w an ol
darkey sitting on the side of an ovstei
schooner, and nobody else around.
"I asked lum how irany oysters h<
would sell me for a dime. and he saL
I could have as many as I wanted t(
eat. I gave him the money and go
on board the schooner. I commence(
to eat raw oysters and throw th<
"After a while I ate all the oyster
above the hold, and then I began t<
dig down into the hollow part of th<
vessel. That made the distance tot
far for m-e to throw the shells over
board, so I just threw them up upo!
the deck. I was careless about it
though, I threw too many on one side
and it was the side of the boat far
thest from the. wharf, and alonc
about noon the weight got too much
and the schooner capsized. Ovel
she went just as I had got enough
and was thinking it nearly time tc
go up town and rustle tor a dinner
as I'd spent all of my money. I go
an awful ducking, and I never cam
so near getting drowned in my life.
As the boy begins. so will th<
'man end. The lad who speaks witl
affectation, and minces foreig
tongues that he does not understand
at school, will be a weak chromo i
character all his life; the boy wh(
cheats his teacher into thinking hia
devout at chapel, will be the mra wl1
will make religion a trade and brinE
Christianity into contempt; the bo'
who wins the highest average bi
stealing his examination papers, wil
figure some day as a tricky p)olitician
The lad who, whether rich or poor
dull or clever, looks you straight ii
the eves and keeps his answers in
side of truth. already counts friend2
who will last his life, and holds
capital that brings surer interest
than money. Then get to the bottom
of things. You see already as tc
that. It was the student who was
grounded in the grammar who tooi
the prize; it was that slow steady
drudge who practiced firing every
day last winter, that begged the
most game in the mountain, it is the
clerk who studies the specialty ofth(
house in off hours, who was pro
moted. Your brilliant. :rappy-go
lucky. hit-or-miss fellow, usually turn!
out the dead-weight of the family by
forty five. Don't take anything fo
granted; get to the bottom of things
Neither be a sham yourself nor ih
fooled by shams.
A Valnable Induzstry ini Feathers.
Quite a valuehle industry is n1os
carried on in France in the utiliza
tion of the various kinds of feather!
formely' treated as worthless. espe
ci all,' tiiose of wild fowl and other
birds killed as game. The pian pur
sued consists of trimming theses piar
tiularl y the larger ones off th<
stumpi, which may he thrown away
the plumes being then madle use o
in the manufacture of a feather clot!
or blanket which possesses :.he es
sential quality of being exceedingi)
light and at the sanme time very
The plumes which are separate
from the stalk are placed in a ban
closed tightly. and then sub jected t
rubbing between tic iarnis. as it
washing clothes. In a few minute:
the f:bers are hy this means separate'
from each other. and form a perfect
lv himrnenous and very ligh
down. anlpiicable hr simple oper'
ton to the production of (te a v:1
riety of coverings and o:her hrouse
ho'd objects at a reasonable cost.
The MralZ tnumbr of the EI lecI.1 e I:
cu'ine is: iutrac 'tiv and re lbl i"n
1b. ut 'I::er.Ir elud '1-: le ItIr V
Parliam !ehllI t." by l J. C'" Dewet svr
Termne Luto th Briti-h' 1'u]io '"t-dt
:i n ubih the" eves ir ~~all ewIr!t
iid Aiph proe nd The cn' :-"ui
i rary'."i a n ti i qus n.~ J:mna
Drve M., ~ri'iI P., iC Iepcsnte by a ?
nrii>m'onron "The L-i: ons of IIipetor:e
m:irrae toGh her '0 :In .na. tue en.
enu ar,ta'eesrprsn arre -ee
couge' and deoIon, ha'i an. lu,toren
pap er' of;inter t o . "I'.n" 5 ptr e:
teon " eoThe ' Ev lution if Theology
wlb edwt euiritr-.S
LI. ILh ON
Th- yowder never varies. A im.rvel of
puri;Y. strem:th :n wholsomenes,:. Miore
~ecom'ttI tcal t han t he ordinary kinds. andl cant
not h ,e -old in conpetit ion with the umltitude
o low tet. .hort wei:.:ht altni or phosphate
powder. SoN. oniv it: Cn-s. ROYAL J,AK1ING
Plowi)-ImCo.. iU; W all St., N. Y. 11-12-1y.
P. h7VEn ArL ACUE
A SAFE AND CE"TAIN REMEDY
' t '2n 1er: (1i ::: 22a2 Hu: Touh- O\ is'b
t.*- ('i:11 r .:.-dy ~ !iw:n - -, r li.rd of or
-: tw u21 -in - an. q Iunm cur, d
t:.'-.W.Wtiruii- . n.v Sitrn .te1Y.co..Ark
WILL YOU TRY IT?
byl' !:. b: :d D) .r . Price. S" 1'.00 a N)tfle.
. .. RGB!NSON & CD.??RlETOR,Lo USVILLEKY
TRINS GOING SOUTH.
DATED J1v 2t1i.- No. 44. No. 410.
Lv. Wilmngto........... 20 t. 31. 10 10 1-. M.
Lv. ,.Waccaiaw...............942 - 1117 '
Lv. Marion...... ........11 36 " 12 4G A. 31.
Arrive Florence............12 25- 115
Suter........ ...434 A. 31. 4 34"
" Columbia.........G40 " G4
TiRA!NS GO!NG NORTH.
No. 4:1. No. 47.
Lv. Colun ia . ............... 5 .
Arrive Simtter................... ,1 I*
Leave Florence........ ........ 4 I' i 1. 5 07 A.)T
Lv. Marion.....-........ .....' 11:
Lv. L. W . -ainaw ..............7 1I 744
Ar 550.7 t
Ar. W ihuington..............07
Tralin No. . tops at all Stations.
I Nos. 4! Ind -17 stops only at Brinkley's
Wi iteville. Lake Waccam!iaw, Fair BlufT,
Nic!hols, Marion. Pee Dee, Florence. Timmnions
vilie. Lvnehburg, ','-yesvilie, Suinter. Wedge
1 UA!. Canmlen Junction and Ew;;tover.
Pasengers for Co'iliia an! all poits On
C. & . I. I:. C ,. & AI. It. .ations. Aiken
Junc:ion. and all poit beyonad, hoild take
No. -x ight Expr e opiss. avna
Separate Pullman -leepers for Savannah
aI for Auguta on t ranin.
P'a.,engers oni 40 cain take 4$ train from Flo
rence for Coltutmbia. Augusta and Georgio
poin.s via Col umbi.)1t
All traints run solidI hetween Charleston atn
JO.JIN F. DIVINE,
T. M. E3.1ER~SON, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
1ZTV!~ ~tive and intelli
II..1Z ilY jiVi ent.,to represent.in
her owna locaity an old lirm.. References re
quire. P'ermnntt.t. position :uid good salairy.
It you have tDyspep--ia', Rhteuma:tismi, Kidney
or Urinarf' Comtpaint. or it you are troubled
witht any' disordier of tlhe l:migs, stomiach.
bowels, blood or ntorres yout enn lbe curtedl by
P'AtM-:n'ITO\tC. 1115COCK & C..Ne1wYork.
U -LADIES to work for us at
* ther ow bous.$S to $10
pet week cant be qitetly iniade. No pho
to painhtng no0 canvasing. For f..ll
patrt:euhirs. p2iaseN address at once, ('REFS
CENT AltT C('MP.\NY, Jo Cetrnl Street,
Iio-ton, 31sa Box 5170. 4 2!-L
)E A FNSS ~It cae and care. ity one
JJearms. Trtd by m1ov t(st of Ite noted spe
t,iists of the day'with no benetit. Cured
himr.self in thtree ihornths, and since thten
ltt..Ireds of others bty samettproetss. A plain,
City. 4-'1 4t
I haeapositi.o re:.nc<ty fr tho~ atbov. . tsease; by its
2250 that andso.f ca.sot timI,W'' wir.t 1:o,:d of ton:;
standin: barc heen eu'redt. I tale.d. -o'ion::i - rny fat
in. i:. e::icacy'. ti&t I wi 2 s.rl Wo:1 iCT T 1:21ttSE
to::ther wit:a a vA.i.At:.ErT:ATrsl-: (2n t:.:N d:es
tQu::ysutffe:rn. Giv.'"r-;a,'.2 it o.iddr -t.
DR. T. A. sLOCt.\, 1.1 Pearl s:., New York.
wht n enre Ido not meannrmerely tostop thernfo -a
2n2 a 12 thn n U h rn r t n In..I mean ata
cure.I hav,n- .d.rs of PI- EPI't.PsY orF.tL.L
Im McKNEss a lth>g stud. I waan myre.rnely to
e2.e theC worst2, cares. Ie.e. L. o2t eve faed is no
fr-r., nn2 P22o2:r ne. It cta yirt. rotInfratricecn.
I::- t wi:t ce ,.e: jjK- i. G. ?IV.T, laPalst,NY
Takes the k-ad: do es no,t corr'od!. like tin or iron,.nor
2decay likecshins:lt. 2r t::r ren2~positions:~ easy to applv
str'-ng 2,d1 i:r- '. h:2. the rat of tim. Is ab &
-imirt. I- PIM.TER nt Half tho
(2:22. ~ . :'a 1e., .'i:, *n. J
An exerieced alesmetcn to
rurCELI U,ltEC,GA.!M. Tho-cehand
n t" oter' lines of gotds in conntection
a' 01( Sintl it vry remuunerative. Address
Y 'O.. l) N i. AVN A ClG-R CO-..No.1
lyot. A' .v. I York. -i-21-It
h .2:1an.r p.wdr .arejulihte
.Ssves t ime, sae lobor sve
I.... .: :::.....24. :,'.sarat
-cc: ::i:. routt the country.
rATZ, .JOZi7S e CO.,
Bucklen's Armeca SaIve.
Th 'e i.e-I S. Ne in the world for Cults. Sores,
nis--ts- E leers. Salit Rheumt. Fever Sores, Tet
2 .;2 t:ad-. Chtillblims. Corns, and
SrP1 0us. and2 potsitiveiy cutres piles.
orl .av re2r:tirtd. It is guarateed to give
per:fect a:1Kacti')n'. or muoney refundedl.
Pric-' -15 .et- per i.ox. For sai.? by Dr. S. F.
IEW Gj 0"IFS :1:1 LO VW PRICES91
CL 0S & \ NIlTH'S!
We are daily receivi GOODS, which, for NEW AND NOBBY
STYLE ANI) Lol l s far excel anything heretofore offered in this
market. Remember the clss of goods we handc-Strouse & Bro's Fine
Custom Clothing; IIanaIn & Sons Fine Custom Shoes for Gents; ZIEGLER
Bizos' (not Goo. HI. Zieier) Fine Cu..om Shoes for Ladies; the celebrated
Jas. Means' -3.0) 1hoes. Our line of Neck Wear is superb. Come to
OL%pUDcx & S-MITH,
3-l7-tf. Tie Newberry Clothiers, Newberry, S. C.
TRULY TO BEPROUD OF!
6,000-PAIRS OF SHOES-6,000
Sold in a single year and nit one vearer to grumble. What an endorsement
8,000--PA i RZS OF SHOES-8,000
To be sold in 1,S;, and a pair fr- to every one -ho cn grumble. What an offer!
W1LL THE PEOPLE THINK
of thi-:-Q1ality and Price-vital thoughts
There's no better Shoe for -1,25 than there is at Cline's.
There's no better Shoe for .1.50 than there is at Cline's.
Thnre's no better Shoe for 11.75 than there is at Cline's.
Theres no better Shoe for S42.00 than there is at Cline's.
There's no better Shoe for -2.25 than there is at Cline's.
There's no better Shoe for $2.75 than there is at Cline's.
There's no better Shoe for ":3.00 than there is at Cline's.
There's a fit for everyhcdv :n1 a aving of 50c. a pair to all, if you will only bny
your shoes in Clines ; anId thir's no better Shoe anywhere, at any price.
We have ordered up twenti-five (25) more pieces l5c. Dress Ginghams to sell for
121c.-in colors abolut-ly fa-t. You can tell your friends so, moreover, that they
"Comie where the rppling waters flow,
Where row the Iilis white as snow,
Where .port- the buck and mountain doe."
and all such invitations ate not Worth a onr. Bt
Cone where ClIne's pretty W j R S T E A D S are
Bring with von vour cousins, aunts and mna
It is worth 10 cenfts to von' ail.,'hecaul-e 300f cern: can be saved on every dress.
And if you had come at first ;o Clini's ins: :ad of tirying to find in half dozen stores
what was never mne:it to be foundi there, pre:iona t ime couldl have been saved.
Cursing, swear'ing aind jerkinfg a shirt won'timake it tit. D't curse ; don't swear;
doi't jerk ; but come to Ciine's and get a pe'rfect litting Crown Shirt for 90c..
-wamnsutta bleachinix-2100) linen.
DSThe finest line of white goods, embroideries, handkercbiefs, gloves, domes
tis, &c,. in the cit v, and at LowE-'T oF' PPICES.
Colored Knittini. Yarni in Illanke. B. H. CLINE.
1 20-tI' NEWBERRY. S. C.
OF ALL INDS.
A lairge stock i:st received which will be sold at very small profits, so much so
hat no other hioute eati compete, a' we only sell for' SPOT CASH. So don't be
fraid to caill and see for yoi:rs..li whtat good batgains you can get from
Jackson's Cash Dry Goods House,
Columbia, S. C.
Pian2os anid Organis
From the world's best muak"r . at f::etotry prices, on easiest terms of payment.
Eight grainl mkrs :oult ovr t hree htundred styles to select from.
PIAXT'~ C1Micei :,Saon & HI:inlit MIathushek, Burt & Arion,
Saka rd. 0'r hestr.d an I Bay State Organa.
Pianos and Org-in' deliver"el. freight paid, to all railroad points South.
Fifteen dlays' trial. and freight ith ways, if not satisfactory. Order and test
l your owii no me.
ColumMabh .Music House,
Branch of Luiddlen &. Baites- Southern Munsic HIouge,
N. W. TRUMP, Manager.
Columbia, S. C.
Local agent s-L . A. lantk ins, Newery:J. Counts, Peak's; Keisler &
Monekt~.on, Cha'piell1-, :oii! .J. A. ht'wles,lUpwel.
MARBLE FRON~T JEWELRY AND MUSIC PARLOR,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
(. N. Richihouirg. Sue--or iot Wm Glaze, Jeweler, Watchumaker & Silversmith.)
Diamiondls. Sih- erw:are. l4h eware, Br( nzes, Cold Watches, Silver Watches,
Clocks. .Jardini're s, t IE h( 'Iho'l (;tems. P'recious Stones. and every article made
for Weddinig P're-snt- anti homen use: 1to please thn' most fastidious. The new Fall
td Winter stlsi Jwir a l iat. beyond descript ion.
A Solid Silver lluanting ( a*e Amuerican wa:tchi for only $i10.00.
I have :i1lded to my i'w-l rv. establi ilunent a music department, in which
ill be found the celebrattf St'inoiyr I 'prighit. G r:and and Square Pianos, of which
Ihave thle sole control in thlii Stte,':also Fiseber, Grovenstein and Fuller in all
~tvles. Wilcox & Whi:t' ,u San shnn4r Organs of every description. Stringed and
rass Intuet.Shet 3ian nialF nng. Sen ior descriptive cata
fogue and prices, an t-be sutren'ala writ e to R. N. iebihouirg, Mlain Street, Columbia,
. C., before puirehiainz -lst-where. I buy my instruments outright and can
:herefore oiler youowriethn t hose who have them on consignment.
- I~~~ R.enm"'r for 'al1 Diseases of the Li1er, md.
Ibrab U rch.atoa andegd
Ot-uhe C31 (ie-ia . 'I - dp'~ -. t cont tin. N' ose.ine t twol e n bulk.
T STANIDS AT TuLE iHEAD. I
This (rut shows the new style of Wood
Work this Company isnow introducing.
_____ WITH[ OUT A PEER
NEChANICAL CONsTRUCTION IT HAS
Nt' Ritv'A L. The new lie Attachment that
are n ow bein:g placedwith each "Domestic"
a re s pecia tie's. No other machine has them.
T hese A ttachments and the New Woodwork
make '-Domestic" more than ever without
que11stionI. T HE A CKNOWLEDGED STAND
AliRD OF EX;ELLEN'CE.
~ FOR SALE BY
ii '--- -- TiIIAS, BARTO & KEY,
Agent s wanted in unoccupied territory.
-DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE.
~&~---6--1y Rih Va.
MAMN STRLET, COLUMBIA. S. C.
I am offering Groceries. Tob:icco an
Cigars at the lowest prices that it is po'
sible for them to be sold at. and I wvoil
call your attention more especially
this season to our
And say that it will be toyour advanta
to send in your orders at once as gog
Seed Potatoes are scarce and bound t
go higher. If in want of
We will take yourorders and fill withot
E. J. Brennen, Agt
P. 0. Box 17S, Columbla, S. C.
Farmers and Trucker
No more cotton caterpillars,
No more army worms,
No more cut worms,
No more tobacco wormn;s
No more potato bug
Bug, Worm and Insee
Within the reach of all, only
5 Cte. Per Poun4
Perfectly Harmless, excep
to Insect Life.
PB. OIDEOF SILIATE
For the protection of cotton. potatoc
field crops, gardens, and amll vin:s :n
It is the production of a well know
agricultural chemnist, covered by let ter
patent, and has met with the most grat
fying success in the New E nglan d State.
superseding all others whzen useri.]
is offered to the agricultnrali-t, with th
cnvition that it will meet a want Ion
felt, and that a trial will convince yon
its intrinsic merits. It iS putt p) inl 1.
10 and 25 pound bags and barrels ain
half barrels, with directions for un
Contracts can be made for large quant
It kills the Colorado Beetle on pot:
toes, the hard flea on melons, the sima
lice, the cut worm, caterpillars on cotto)
and fruit trees, the 17-year locust, th
squash bug, tobacco worm and all inse<n
Money must be sent with order. F<
sale in any quantity by
E. J. Brennen
Main Street, Columbie, S. C.
-Agent for Newberry, Lexington, Fai:
field, Kershaw, Sumte.r and Richlan
Columbia 1 creenvilii Ralroad
PASSENG ER DEPARTMAENT.
CoLUMsA. S C., July 19. 185.
On and after Sunday. July 19, 1815. the
PASSENG ZI TRZA INS win run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its branche4
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave S. C. Junction - - 10.20 a m
..Columbia. C. 0. Depot 10.4 a m
A,~tfl1, - - - 11.45 a in
. Newberry, - - - - - - 12.6 p
" Niney-Six, ) - - - - ,.5 y m
Hodes, - - 30 p m
belt'n. - - - 4.- 5p m
Arrive Greenvilie, - - - p
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greetviir, - - 5- 9.4 a m
Arrive Llelton, - - - 11.03 a M
" Hodge, - . 1217 p m
" Ninety-Six, D - - - 1.10 p m
" New!erry, - - - 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
SPAnTANBUnG, VNION & COLUMBIA VAILEOAD'.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Aistun. - - - - 11.50 p w
Arrive Strother, 12.7 p
" Shelton, - - -
" Santuc, - ---- - P
4 Union,I' - -237pm
" Jonesvil!e, - - P m
Arrive Spartanburg, S. U. & C. D. 4.40 p M
-. 11. D 450 p m
Leave Spar.tat: burg,lIt.& D. Depot.11 1105Sim
6C Spar.ariburg, S. . Dep&Ot( 11.25 a mn
Arrive Jontesville, -12.3 p m
SUnion. 1) 1.12 p m
Santue,- 1.50 p m
SShe"tutn, 218 .P M
iStrother- 3.0310 p m.
Arrive at A;:un. & . .5p1
]ILUB RIDG2 RIAILROAD) Ax!) A'.DERS0.q
Leave Spaton 4 15 p m3
Arrive Anderson .4.47 p mn
S.Pendleton 5.25 p i
Leave Seneca S. . o 10 p m
Arrive Wahalla - -.31 p m
Leave Unionwu - - . .2 pm
Arrive Seneca C, - - 5a n
S hendleton, - . . 3pm
" Andersn, - - 10.22 a In
Arrive at Belton. - - 10.57 a. M
Leave Newberr . - - - 3.25 p m
Arrive Laurens C. H.. 6.30 p m
Leave Laurens C. H., 5.00 a M
Arrive Newberry, li-~110 a mn
Leave Hodges. . 3.30 p m
Arrive at Akbeville. 4.30 p m
Leave Abbevifle, - - 10.4 a m
ArriveatIonea , . - 11.45 m
C'!ose connection is now madc at Seneca.
With It. & 1). It. 11. for Atlanta and beyord.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilminton, Colubia and Augusta
Ralroad -rom Wilmington and alk
pn'lnts -North thereof.
Witai Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Rai',road from Charlotte and all points
B. Wilh Ashevil!,e & Spartanbuirg Rail Joad
C. Wier. -- - 3
points south a-a
D. Wit A. & C. Div., R. & D -frm
lanta and beyond. -.
E. ryi th A. & C. Div..,R. & D. R. R., fromn
e I points South and West. , m
. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusts
Railroad for Wilmington and the Nort.
With Chariotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Carlott and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
. With A.& C.Div., R. & D . .
Clatt and eyond.
pont Sth andTT Serited.t
F. CWithLL Sot arolinraloaenor arles
CWuibth Wimngo,. oumiCadAu.t
WhCharotte,d Clmbia andgut
Uppra foChrot Ca anNo.
G. Wth sheINeG SaT.nugRira
Le rom Heersonvil-le. 0
L: Wt b A. &C Di. R. - D. . R.frm
G~Szt. - TAL.3;3u r atndn
Coluia. CoIm. - - 1.0a
WClmeston. C., -o.15 p
Charrestt.an. C..lumbia.0p nd
cndnsed schedule in
Lev Cadrston, - - 4.7.2 p m
" Laens, -. - - 5.34 p mn
" SWoterll,- - - 9.33 p mt
Arie oubial. - - . 430 p
" Chesterg- -- 4.40 pm
. "lYorvill - -. C- 5.35 pm
"SL:matetr, - - 71.1 p
" Rock ill, - - 1045pm
" Chaltt. N.C. - S.05 O m
" Greenwoodi, - -- 2 .42 5
" Laurens. -8 .0pm
" Greenvioie, - - 12.45p4
"CWalhalla - - 1.33 p
" Anbbeie - - . 4.30 p
Ar"v Spartanbug,6-44 p
" llnderonvile. . C. 4.5 p
Leave ederonvle N.C,70p
So" I A. Spraburg, -- 11..rl.t5
-pecial Dlla. -:r -tac 8.8t0tis
"a~t Andersn, -s hodn Fir2t Cl
" Newhrrv.. -. 3.0--,
sot 'Ro-ill. -~iIa 1.5an.
" YoNkvi,le, - 2-,1155
"olos Chester,' -im - .4
"ear Colmba, at -. a 5.27
"u Charlest~n. 2.- p . p
Solidr CTrinstween. Carlstn n
.) 'ol u bin.0.40a
DeprtCouttA. .: . F. DmNE,
T.M.EST enSo XC TSUD
DeatGanen.era Pasnge Agent.
Dou Caromia Railw04ayCma .
T0 AND FROM1 CARLSTON
epart Colm:ubia ...
ue arleston ........1p
epart Chgarso ....b72
E CSO(AJY ECETSND
ae atColmnbia..3 w a. m.o5.05ip
an epart imdn......27 .5 a m .0At
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Atearlutna........ Staebo e
ande aonumbis n .ta with Couba a
tndrdeartoning and p5.2- o.. t' St '
runtico with Charltonan Soubtayt
ut : Radnby same traiannao an
ailoc oafrmll points oneotsrodsa'
Pssentrs At thesie trans froe Spit
arneon TusItysad Thrug idticts ca
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applyind to adfo aanha
JalOdN to andC from al ponag ert
DOH C. PLLECK Geneal anagce .
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