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THE WEDDING GIEST.
BY MARIA L. EVE.
And both Jesus was called and his
disciples to the marriage.-John 2:2.
When the angel coins and begias to
We call him to stand at the gravc, and
No gifts and no greeting when he ap
No, nothing but tears-no greeting but
For the bidden guest.
Then, come to our hearts, 0 thou wed
Wheu the feast is spread with all of our
Not only our tears need the touch divine.
That sweetened the water and turned to
0 thou friend and guest.
Then come to the wedding and comi, to
To all of oar living and all of our doing.
Aye, come to the feast and take of our
When the banquet is ',.-d and the g!aps
0. thou royal guest.
TEACHERS' DEPART2. ENT.
W. B. WEST. EDITOR.
For the Teachers' Department.
This, we find. wss 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 tie 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 way s. it makes
a school a complete monarehy. Give
few rules, but firm ones, and be kind.
A. A. B.
Confusion of Words.
Part of the confusion in the words
lie, lay, sit, set, arises from a failure
to discriminate in the primitive mtean
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."
on the contrary, is transitive, and
-means to place sowething to arrange
somethnitg on a lower level.
The principal parts of "-lie" are:
Lie. lay, lying, lain. We say-: they
now lie on the bed. he lay~ on the
ground yesterday. he was lying there
as I went by. he has lain there all
. h rmia parts of "lay"
are: lay, laid. laying. laid. We say :
I lay my hat on the table, he laid his
burden down. you are loying the
foundation of character, he would
have laid all his earnings in his mo
thers lap. To set is intransitive.
and has a meaning, not very unlike
lay. The principal parts of "sit" are:
Sit, sat. sitting, sa'. We say : You
nay sit in that chair, we sat a long
time, the raven still is sitting. they
had not sat long ere they rose. The
principal parts of "set" are : sec, set.
stting,set. Thus we say : Hie als
~all the laws at deflance, vou set s-our
traps well, we are saa everything
all right, they will have set the mat
ter at rest. Fin a!!y, notice that there
is an '-e- in every possible form of
"set" and the past "lay' can always
be correctly used by appin~g the
oect test. As to expresing the
special act of incubation, we say : we
set the hen. and the hen sts on the
~egs. The o:idy exception to this
rule is the expression '-the sun e
Likewise. we should say a '-new laid"
egg; not a "new 1ain" egg- as we
sometimes hear it.--S'MOon Jotrr..
The question as to the number of
hours in which a teacher could d3o te
most beneficial work with the h
dren-6 or 8-in the ru:n oZ the day.
has brought about somec discussi.on.'
The larger nnmber of teachers are
requested to teach a ours. an sm
9.- Some seem to think .- e - tu
tees) that the avanemrtt of th.
pupil depen.ded~ on t:.e nutne o
hours taught. 1 ui:e a dicerCnt ide
-from the nrooklyn seco"' boys- w "'en
they made the strike: :Lev E::ue
25f hours a wek wihi.e some o oc
boys are kept in 45. Teachers. w: a
is in the utilit c.:' :he 4 Ten7~
per week more than te Vc' IEw
A good edu'~caion is thatwe~
gives to the body and to the sou.
-the beauty and all the perfect:o
which th'ey are capable.-LTo.
W~e have no heart for editorial
composition this week. A great
ref is before us. It will come be
waemln ripen. A cotempo
a topass from brother
with utothe mysteries and
ede of married life. Yes, Gro
good, the man of destiny, the
e-merican people, before
ofJuly, will become
' a1et partner in the firm
~& wife. Good bye,
My it be well with
e times think kindly of
who never asked you
-$."c nd who still nuts hisI
One Time When he Iad Enough.
"I never had enough oV sters at one
real except upon one occason." re
marked a Denver zentleman. ;and
:hat was ius: after the war, at Nor
.olk. Va. I 'ad been a prisoner at
ndersonvi'le and was one of theI;
;erv last to be rwaesd. I was on
mv way North. andi you can imagine
;hat I wasn't very rich or very fat.
[ took my time in getting to the
Nort. and so 1 stav.A aroun)d Nor
61ik for some time. wa ni for hea'th
md noney enough to pro.e on my
ournev. Two or three tnes I aot
)retty !.ungryv on ;mv way to Nor"o:k.
,)ut I wasn't hungry after , _ot ".Oro.
VEari the first L:cr2: I went
lown to where the ovst, r*-ats nL .
[ had jut ten cents in my m(eket,
ind you know that ovste:s are as
nheap as mud there. I saw an old
arkey sitting on the side o) an oyster
schooner. and nobody es aroun. el
"I asked h:m how many oysters c
on1d s.lI me for a dime. :iu. he said
[ could have as many as I wanted to
Sat. I gave him the money and got
,. board the schooner. I commenced
:o eat raw oysters and throw the
"After a while I ate all oys!enz
ibove the hold, and then I began 0
i down into the hollow iart of the
essel. Th.t =Made the distance too
ar for me to throw the shells over
oard, so I just threw them Up upon
he deck. I was careless about it.
:houal. I threw too inany on one side. F
ind it was the side of the boat far
:hest from the wharf. and alona
bout noon the we'Iht :o: too ucil.
ind the schooner capsized. Over
he went just as I had got enough.
ind was thinking it nearly time to
o up town and rustle lor a dinner.
is Id spent all of my money. I got
n awful duckinz. and I never came I
zo near getting drownedI in my life.
As the hoy begins. so will the
man end. The lad wno speaks with
rTeetation, and minees foreign
onues th:at he does not understand. L
t schoo!. will be a weak chromo in
,aracter all his life; the boy w o
,eats his teacher into thinking i
levout at c 1aDel. will be the m n ho i ..
will make religion a trade and Uing c
Christianity into contempt: the Ioy
wo wins the highest average by~ e
stealing his examinati on papers. wilr
fure som"e day as a tineky ponitician.'
The lad who. wh-.der rich or poor.W
:ul or elever. :ooas you straight in~
the eves and kee;s his answers in
side of truth. alrea yv counts frient
who will last his ife. and hols a
sptal that brings surer interesta
han money. Then get to the bo'.tom
f things. You see alreadyv as toI
hat. It was th:e stu:lent who was
~rounded in the grammav who took
:he prize: it was that c:w steady
rudg:e who practiced 4ii1 evr
lay last winter, that 'ge the '9
:nost game in the mountan ti h
lerk who studies the specimaly of the II
iouse in otT h:ours. wh:o was Pr-.
~notedi. Your brilimant. happy-go-h
uky. hit-or-miss fellow. usually tuns
yut* the ueau-weignt of the famiy Cy
Lortv fire. D)ont take anything for
~rnted: get to the bottom of things
Neither be a sham yourself nori
fooled :'e si:ams.
A Xdahmbie !ndustry tn F-eather.e
Quite a valuehle indiustry is nao'
arried on in France in the utiiizam
tion of the various kinds of eathers
lor:neiy trea:el as worthless. espe
:-iliv 'ti:ose~ of wid fwl and oth
sued consists ol trimmig hee.p.
tieularlv te 'aze ones o: the
the plumes bemT toen. mae use or e
in the manufacture o' a eahr cloth
orlnkt which possese - !e s
senial quality of :being exe~tedC:t" -
li- nd at the sa:e time very
Them piumesC' which rsprte
fo: !!e:-2k a:-e p2ace(i 'i a
closed. ti Xtv andI LIn u. ec to)
o as(i p: O elthes. In'afw n
T . . , .E
1 . T 1.D-r
lrvee. M . P.
couam.-r : 1: -e
ppr of inter - I
Ric lieh:." The e * -
e on "The 1v 1 "
vi be read wit Pecl et
John Lubboek oni "Th P1'sn
anid siegtivet' paper4 1'. wM my II\1
tuieiid -with profit, anud thet es'a
rticl, "Th~e Otliee of Lu . e,u
be also cordiall~y wec?m in by lie
readers. Among minor a.141 , c
:ion,' from the Stur.4-y . w, ad
$oialist RIage" and "31 ipi Peron
dity," fromi the Lonid'n pecttr.
l'ere i- the usual aiety ..1 of -hort ste
-les, poetry and skettees T'hy u' e
es a whole seem- to be or~ a g1 mu
ar ch racter.r.
Pubihed by 'E. R- Pla ' 1" t444
tret, N4ew Y >rk. Ter11,.' j pe ya
ion for :3 monithV $! . ElItd: hni 1 1
rrwder ne-ver varies. A m-trvei <
-.stren:-,th :an', whole on:nem Noi
a ihanl ti ordinar IzInds. and Ca
t -,old in cope'I I n with,o the iniit itu
bnv t':. horwI.t ain or phosphal
i!Ltc ,a!s. Ro. VA
w c C ..i.n al s..N. Y. 1-1- .
O 'kF:V27 A ACUE
SAFE AND CEnTAtN REMEDY
- \ h 3 .9Eril.TI,1.C. Ark
W!LL YO U TRY I T
1T BNSO' C. mET simu.E
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
DATE'1) J h. 2 I . - No. 4. No. 40.
Daiy. Da ily.
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.Meri . . .5 3
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4 * o-; o l' tI at rikle
itevi.La'e Wacet-Law. Fair B.1
' in Dee, Florence. Ti:mnon
['.0 Lv i- r::. '. ::ti e pute. Wedg
m-1en .N S r
e zf-rn- or Co: n t aniall po.in:s c
t . : . - R. aio n. A. ,Kp
,c"W' -.tk a"
enrt 1Pullm:m .Wpr f r Savannia
----'c-Oh o:: -u':. k 4: rainfre-m Fl
ee ~ : (r Coco-.a. .ugu-:a and Geor;
Strinsrua oli 12.:wee Charleston an
JOh-N F. DIVINE.
Gene ira. Superintendant
.r1. EV.ERMON.enlP--s. Ast
' --1 cei.>e:i Cnc!:tsr
:* - 0:" -en: to eprsn"
--i': (lo '.. : '.y It a. Y- IT-1-nc
riar co'-pn:.':.ro- i -, .vu re trubie
d:E:f-e Tos te. 11- Ot. K & eQ.. Ne w Yori
-BTEDUnCLADIES tovwork Tor us z
pcr wiek ean beqiel.ade. No ph<
to na:itin:' no -c-a-inxr. For f'
-icu-ro. p;ht- adr 2 . onlce. lREi
N 1\RT C<' 1PN. \\ i CentraI Stree
k-tOn,. Mars. Pox 51: 4 21-it
LIENESSIts Causes and Cure. by on
S - ...w,:n-asdea ic-nty-p
e !alleS of1.: a 'v: I -n -nf:it. Cure
v-:f in t"ree rOnths .f ndice tie
I an,ii uc-M hoeteanet At
c-- T. S. P.1 1 Eat:1 :-t .v w or
:*--t--..n - icee . t le .v: .. ::t. ie.:
I CURE FITS!
whntm r-e do- uo :e-, n : o stop then:n
e . I. = d a d -a ofg:rs -.at : a or gI.
- :/:e: rrant:zr- -re.yt
- I w e:.lt -- E H . G .- -;u :, i v e ar ::I:.. m. c
.,ta'ai-hcC FAY'S SC
.shelead d-o n -n-"e .ketin oro iro '.Yo
a- 'io es'-.-' - .- c--naniti-::': esay to appl
o.'z .a.in: - . 17i te xtof tin. *L0-o
; t: .E :A a . 3 3 -'s.
':n: t!r in-F Cf :.r V inonnectiin
w Y R .1'.Ci . P1t.\f t '. No.
n-U;'w York. 4-c1-it
C Z JO 3 O
1p; i>ua e S.., -. T
acens Ar:nco. SslIe
-eh - n the world for cu:s. sore:
a:it Rhe-um. Fe-ver Sore's. Te
n- WIN h!iflid::en. Cornts. an
..and pe-,it ively curies PiC
-i.. r- 1. It is glnrateedY to gxv
,i 1a ,tl' r uoney refnde
-5 %.' a-ar 1.x. i- or a-al-: by Dr.8.1]
!ILII GOPj"S LOWl PRICES,
CL; I ITH'S!
WVe are daily rec vi: NEV'. GOODS. whieh. for NEW AND NOBBY
STYLE AND D W l:iA:S far excel anYthing heretofore offered in this
market. Remember the elass of uoodJs we handle-Strousc & Bro's Fine
Custom Clothinz: lanan & Son Fine Custom Shoes for Gents; ZIEGLER
B 131o (not Geo. 1I. ZiFer ine Cu--tom Shoes for Ladies; the celebrated
Tas. Meains s.00 Shoes. (ur line of Neck Wear is superb. Come to
CLUDT5 & SMITH,
0-17-tf. T Newberry Clothiers, Newberry, S. C.
TRU LY T BEPROUD OF~
6,000-PAIS OF SHOES-6,000
Sol in a ingle year and nt wearer to grumble. What an endorsement
.0 - PA 0 R S OF SHOES-8,000
To be sold in 1N. :md a air fre- to every one who ran grumble. What an offer
WLL THE PEOPLE THINK
There's no bet,er Shoa for 1.2 tan there is alt Clines.
There's no better hoe for -1,5 than there is at Cline's.
Thnre's o bettr Shoe for 1.75 than there is at Cline's.
There's o better S for $2.00 than there is at Cline's.
There s o btter Shoe for -2.20 than there is at Cline's.
Tk.re's no bettrr sho for $2.75 than there is at Cline's.
There's no better shoe for -$3.00 than there is at Cline's
- Tlhere's a it for everI-C bal i - i5.ic. a pair to all, if you will only ba3
your shoes in Clie-: and thl'r,-'4 no better Shoe anywhere, at any price.
We have ondtred up t y 1) nme piece 15e. Dress Ginghams to sell foi
- 121.-in colo)-r a-olat- a at . Y Yti-an tt11 your friends so. moreover, that the3
are beauti :
C -in wiere the r N wateri flow.
Whnre irow the i i snow.
and all suchi iznittio:-.r now a .Bt
Cm wer ' in' s pretty W o R ST FE A D S are
Brin-g withi von v'r crou-in'. aunts and ma
It is worth 1' c-n:.. t 'r- ali.n-au 10 en can b,* saved on every dress
"And if you had con.e at dr a Cln- -s: of t ryinz to fitnd in half dozen store
what was never meant to be f il tiere. pe-:ione t ime conid have been saved
Cursing. swearin:. and .irisir t w n't malm it :it. Don't eurse ; don't swear
don't jerk: but come to Clin'I an - *t " pr-rfect titting Crown Shirt for 90e.
-wamTsutta1 bleachnn-210u inen.
g. The finest line of white goodis. emb)roideries. handkerebiefs, gloves, domes
nties, &C . iln the eitv. a:nl at LOWE-T nY PPICES.
- Colored Knittin.) Yar'i in 1Iautke. B. H. CLINE.
-j 20-t' NEWBERRY. S. C
NEW SPRING GOODS
OF ALL KIN~DS.
A aree steKk i::st r -cived u hijen w!i be sold at very small profits, so much sc
thatt no o:hir hl.e -en e .-mppr.n-,we only sell for SPOT CASH. So don't b<
afraid to call and] -ee f-r yo::r--l n i:-: aood bargains you can get from
Jackson's Cash Dry Goods House,
Columbia, S. C.
Fianos and( Organis
From the- w-ri.i's h-ar m:al r-. at ::-rory p'rces. on easiest terms of payme'nt.
Eight gram1 mnak--r-:ano oc- r rh..* huind'red styles to select iromn.
PIOA- Ciiekru. M:n:1 i H-unin Mathshek, Burt & Arion.
PJ.LX~() akar'. U.:- tral an,I Bay State Orgaina.
Pianos an i Orzans Ielive.. frei:.lbt paid. to all railroad points South.
Fifteen dar1 ivfrial. ami ft.:: L--th w:ly. if not satisfactory. Order and test
in your own I home-s.
Columbia .Mus.ic lHouse,
Branch of L-ni l': &~ Bat's' Southern Music Houge,
N. W. TR UMP, Manager.
Columbia, S. C.
Lo-al age-::-L. A. HL; 'ki.. Ntwhry: .J. Cou;nt=. Peak's; Keisler &
Mcnekton. Chapp--il-. an-: J. A. DB - el' 1wl
MARBLE FRONT JEWELRY AND MUSIC PARLOR,
MAIN STREET, COL UMBIA, S. C.
(R. N. Richi.:rn. 8 :.-.ri Wmn. Gl. J'.ei er. Wateinnaker & Silversmith.
D i)amo'nds. S:1vt-:war.. iP::a ,iw-:v. Ur-nrzcs. Goldl Watehes. Silver Watches,
Clocks. .Jardin:i--r--. the d d- * m-:. Precions Stones, and every article made
for Wedling P'ro-utr a.: 'a:.- '; e tI -la. th' mo-t fastidhious. The new Fall
and Winter r'yl.- in ;.-w-?:-ry ar- *kan: beyomi deser:pnton).
A S-oli! S:iver H :nting' ra-e America-n watch for only $10.00.
I have mild t my ii.k z-a ihet a musie department, in whieb
will he found th-- .:r: I s :-v I hriht. (1 1 and Square Pianos, of whieb
1 have the stole contrlin thi m: 2, FiUr. Groven-tein and Fuller in all
svl.-s. Wil"ox & WNh:. '- Sloi:" Or;i:n of c- ery description. Stringed and
Bra'ts Instrument s. 9: Mii Muii Fin dingZ. Send! for descriptive cats
logne and prie-. a:l-be .:r a:i w 'rie 0 o R.N. Rtichihouzrg. Main Street. Columbia,
S. C., before prIia-ing e hr. I buyx myo in-trumenCts outright and cat
there ?ore o%mryo- how-- *ri--- : t -h.-o -wo have th'-m on consignment.
* PR e ~. f lf.,-:I!D isei yes o f t he L iv e s'. EM -
~~~* - nyApePSLa. Sick BeKit
UIUU UIbC1~U liConstipation. L>ose, nne to two tess ~UIs.
*CAORCHR WATER CO,o. s M~ Oi5
IT STAXIN)S AT TUE iEAD
Thi- - :t shows the new style of. WC-od
work t ..i Company isnow introducmng.
- MFE tLulC.AL CoNSTRUCTION IT HAS
- i '11. vA L. T he ne w line Attachment tha
? :Lare n-- w bj.in placedwith each "Domestie
-a~ rsnc ia:ties. No other machine has them.
T he'e Attachmnents and thee Woodwork
mak "Doesic mo~re than ever withoul
AnDOF EX :ELLENCE.
FOR SALE. BY
-I. TIHOMAS. BARTON & KEY,
.igen :s wanted in unocenpied territory
e ~ DOMESTICSEWIJNG 31ACHINE
MATY STR.ET, COLUMBIA. C.
I am offering Groceries. Tobiceo nd
Cigars at the lowest prices that it is pos
sible for them to be sold at. and I would
call your attention more especially at
this season to our
And say that it will be toyour advaintage
to send in your orders at once a4 go) I
Seed Potatoes are scarce and bwnd tj
go higher. If in want of
We will take your orders and fill without
E. J. Brenen, Agt.
P. 0. Box 178, Columbia. S. C.
Farmers and T 10TiCkeI'S
No more cotton caterpillars.
No more army worms.
No more cut worms.
No more tobacco wors;.
No more potato bugs
Bug, Worm and Ihseel
Within the reach of all. only
5 Cts. Per Pound
Perfectly Harmless, excepi
to Insect Life.
FLOXID OF SILCAE
For the protection of co:ton. p:.tato"s.
field crops, gardens. and all vina
It is the production of a wil!-.:
agricultural chemist, covered' by: et:.r
patent, and has met with the mnot grati
fying success in the New E nglan d S:ates,
superseding all others when used. It
is offered to the agricultur.di-t. with the
cnvictionl that it will meet a wan:t ios
felt, and that a trial will ci nvinco you~
its intrinsic mnerits. It is lput api '. 5
110 and 25 pound bags and !rirriels n
half barrels, with directions for n-e.
Contracts can be made for large riuanti
It kills the Colorado Beetle on po:a
'toes. the hard flea on mnelon=. the smnall
lice, the cut worm, caterpillars on cot tor
and fruit trees, the 17-year locust. the
squash bug, tobacco worm and all inisect
Money must be sent with order. F'.
sale in any quantity by
E. J. Brennen,
Main Street. Coinmbia. S. C.
Agent for Newberry, Lexington, Fair
field, Kershaw, Siute.r and Richlant
2E\L 1 \1t 1550
ONE EAR.... 2.00
SIX 3IONTliS .1.00
'FTvIEE MONTHS .. 50
HERALD AND N S
wil from week t. w du-ing this year
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character of inrerestin. news thus sup.
pie will Irpass that of any paper in
the County or State.
1To apprecite the value of our columins
r: 11 t.ach and evrry article and compare
what.ve v enl vou with what you get
:rm o h(er publi1iers. The secret ol
the. whl matter may be told in a feNi
i words We devote the space in th(
colins of the
largoly -o County, Town and Loca
new-. a.nd -end as a supplement th<
J1WEEKL NEWS& [ ilEB
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The e.S w- of th'e 4,av. free to oR
-nh"rih.-rs. The advantzge ths se
'nred to our1 patrons is not equaled b:
any. and we inten'l that those wh<
sustainl thie HIERlALD AN
.NEWS by sub-eristions and advcr
iemen1Ct5 s>a I get large returns as
the mocst faiful :1ppliention to theil
inere,te r-an render. Our columns art
open to yon to dis'eess any matter 11
whi'1h you. mayl he interested, and w<
deir to hav you make Thme H I!R
A LD) AND NEWS tihe me
di. Ia in which to r~eordl the curren1i
evnlts which transpire from week tc
week in your teetion of the county.
This will be greatly appreciated -u
and make th:e paper thatt much thle morE
vauable~ to von.
AI anad.ti-ing. meiumtf the
take- thlad. For twety-3,ne years it
C "ity. Iming: that time! it has been
tin m.ln throrghi which the cfhlii
a is-ti-m-t- 01 -he co'uty- and1 the
'-re :otin of tis timhe the. only
an it itsresnt adivant-igeS as a
n.w ci-r. a wi;1 'ontinue to) b. the
mo-t vmna :a bu.sine- - menCl.
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an~d Yisitinz Cards.
Inv itations. Pro
Cataogu es. Pamnphlets, Briefs,
'heeks. Receipts, ('irculars,
Haind Bills, Cotton Tickets,
Blak, Lien~s, Conveyan.ces,
P i edIc at -nhort notice and at the most
PUBURHER ad PROPRIETOR
Columubia C Greenville Raload
CvLUMZEIA. S. C. July 19. 156*
On and a:er Sunday. July 19, 185, the
PASS E- ;l-. TRA INS isil. ruu as herewith in
dicated up)on this road and its brancheq
DaIy. except Sundays.
So. ;i. UP PASSENGER.
10.20 a M
e4a-. DePot 10.45 a m
- 1?.45 a j
Atto! - - ~ 12.46p M
--N erry.0- - - - apn
" Nijety-Sx, '05 p M
-- i.e, 4.11 p m
' eln. - - - _~ - 54-15 p m
Arrive Greenville. - -
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Cre,vi - - ' -.
A ArliVe Ietn - 1.(3 a Mn
Argive0 - .. - 1217 p m
Niiety-Six. D - - - p m
Z\~ ~ ~ e-Vl 3.0 pi
" ewery - - - -P
a Ah.en. , -4.05 p M
Arrive Columbi, C. & G. Depot - 6.15 p TO
Arrive -. C. .unction. - - . - 5.30 p m
SPARTA\n*=G. rNoN & CO 3BIA RAILEOAD.
No. .3. UP PASSENGEL
Leave A!stun. - 11.50 p W
Arrive Strot her. - . - 12.37 p m
" She!ton. - . - - 1x p m
Santuc, , - - - 1.50 p
Union. s - . - 2, p m
Jonesvi!!e, - ' - o..1p m
Arrive spartn burg. 5Z. U. & C. D. 4.4 p M
. & D. ).- 450 p m
No. ::. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spara:bUrt. R. & D. Depot. H 11 05am
spar: nburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 11.25a M
ArriveJonetville, - - - 121pm
Union. 1) - 1.12 p m
Santuc, - - - 1Izpm
Sheluton. - - - - p
S:rother. - . - -3 pm. -
Arrive at A,ton. - - -i
BLUE RIDG2 RALROAD A) ANDERSON
Leave Driton . 4.15 p M
Arrive Anderson ~ 4.47 p w
1. Pendietcn 5.25 p m
Leave Seneca S. . 6.10 p ID
Arrive Wa'sV lla .
Leave Waihalla, - - 3-O'am
Arrive Seneca C. - b 0 a =
'endleton. - - ' ain
Andvrson, - - 10.22 a m
Arrive at Belton. . - 10.57 a i
LeaveNew berry. - - -m
Arrive Laurens C. H.. -6.3(1 P
Leave Laurens C. H., - -
Arrive Newberry, - - 10a
Leave odes. - - - 3.30p
Arrive at Aubeville. - - - m
Leave Abbeviile, - - - - 10.45 a
Arrive at Hoges. - - - 11.45
(,:o..e crrinection is now mnade at Seneca.
With 1,1. -& D). 1". R. for Atlanta and beyond.
!A. Witii 6outth Carolina Railroad from Char
Withi Wilminugton, Co"anbia and Augusta
Ra:Ilroad from Wilmington and all
Wi, Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Ra-'-road from Charlotte and all points
B. W.1,h Aivie Spartauburg Rail .Road
C. With A.
pc,ints South a.
D. W;:nA. &C. Div..,R. &D
!an,:) a8d beyond.
. it A. S: C. Div.. H. & D. IL R., from
p,oint.- South and West.
F. Wtith iSou'i. CaroliniaRailroad for Charles
With NVi!mington, Columbia and Augusta
Ras od tor Wilmington and teNorth.
With Ciiar;otte, Columbia and Augusta
R:ailroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
D. With A. & C Div., R. & D. R ,fo
Clt ad beyond.
EWith . . Div..TR. &n D.er R.,from
D pontsLL ASoth Geealst. geAt.
CWuniah Wimngo. onmiCadAuut
Wirt Charlote Columbia andgst
RailrodfCharotad s thue Nrh
G. Wth sheINe &WpatanugRira
Lev . Wit A.sC.DoR.-& D. R. R. frm
G.1 T COT Superintendent- .am
Colu:bia C&. Ci. 4 04
Wilmngtso:o. C.. No.5 P
Charesten and C-l4mbiaand
LeaveChaeo. - - 7.0 p m
" Lanoe, - -. - 8.34 a m
Arrie Coumbi. - - 10.40 am'
" Wnnsoro - - 2.42 p m
" Cestr. -- - 4.15p m
. " nYrvile.- - 4.45 p m
- Lncstr. - - 5.01 p m
" RevtHll, - - -4.56 p m
" Chrtte. N.C.. - .405 p m
" N'i:erry. S.e C.. -. 124 pm
" Grenwod.- - 11.42p
diauens - - 1.0 p
S Antlrson, - - 4.pm
'tGre ni!e -- 5.3pm
" Walhal.& - - 63
" Abbevill. - - .1.37
S patanbu.- - 14.405
- Hndesovile.NC. 5.35p
x Spartanbr. - - 11.4S5
"- .\ W-nile. - - 1027 45
I -tv - Waiali. - - 8 .40 -
" G'1en'l. - - 7.45p
MV Ander;on. -;r -tt hd0.2t9 s
" Lurne . - 8
-.M Charotte.N. C.-1.
" ChIte' -D~ O.2.185
- 1insoo -=e Tan wl i
" Cii bia.e
"h- Chu"'aleston. - i
'c,'iih.a 7:~j - in.45. p -
Di. Tan betee Charleston7 and742
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