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FOOD FOR REFLECTION.
SYes. Mi'etr Turkey-cock. I own
You: ake a aiianrt show
As iii fuihl fi you strut ac:u
But woni it. in your 'YifYed out state.
Giv.- you too great u shock
fo ;now e'n swine Io>k down on you.
Vai s:ier Turb-ey-.ock(
Yet so It is; for by their eye.
And guttural parts of speech.
I know they scold you for yo'.: pride.
And humbler thoughts wowd teach.
"You silly bird (they seem to say). S
Pray don't make such a clatter,
You're kept so well that you may look
Well on a Christmas platter."
-London Graphic. f
Romance and Facts.
Twipesy - What did Santer Claus a
bring yer, Misery?
Misery-Oh, I got a brand n-w w:arm
overcoat, and a pair o' dandy p and
a lot o' candy and s'm'other little tings
I can't jest remember. Whaju git?
Swipesy-Oh, I got a s.'alskin cap. an'
some warm cloze as goes o under these, C
an' fourteen dinner tick-'rs. and lots o' 1
candy an' things. Now, Misery, straight c
-wha'd' yer git? f
Misery (voice just a little shaky)-Say, j
Swipesy, I hunged up my stockin' all -
right, and, do yer know, I never got a V
Swipesy (also shaky as to.voice)-Nor
mue, neither.-Smith, Gray & Co.'s Illus
How He Would Slide.
Robbie, a pair of skates or a sled? di
Bobbie-Can't I have both?
Mrs. Smiem-No, I don't think Santa p
Claus would consent to that. o
Bobbie-Then give me the skates. j[
- Tommy Slimson's got a sled, and I can
A Wise Bird. a
-oor sa oM a
"Wny don't you eat, Mr. Gobbler?"
"Because I don't wish to be eaten, my
friend. Are vou not aware that Chrit- t
xxis is comingY'-Harper's Young Peo- di
ple. ______ C
Boys Are Hluman, of Course.
The boy who tinds his s:'xekings- well
filled on Christmas morning doesn't care
what the other fellow got.-Judge
A STUDY IN BI. AND wilTE *
& l)r. ?a -t!r ihed in their
abtiltv t- e .n .:ena: 1ar .n
reward~ for a * w.e thr cannot
cue. . -t ,
The Ok.ie-- k';'er it \. .-. is. e
Ilnen .. :c.\. - terD. al
Bernlard he ode:, lrinter in
H-e w:a h e o .R.IX roard, ul
owner I Y-\ i: . C.. Star. ti
If yout w. ~ -t-h 4 ur' n- Ratisinl
!acts Tendin- to Show That the Gr
Author Was also a Great Bore.
[From the AgOnntit.]
There is a particularly large sto
)> biographical material in ti
ourth and concluding "voilme
Ir. E. T. 3iason'.s -P1ersonial Trai
1 British Authors- (Scribneis'
hlle eclectic process foilowe tl,
;olpilation, wherel.N the reader
1mabled to review at a glance tl
<iarious. and iS'-metlimes Confli(
;;g. ttsti uoi of a muititui
>i witnesses, is h1ere e111plOy1
o itlthcidaet(; the ivyes and char
1.) of Sidney Sllmith, Dou
as, Jerrol , Tomi Hood, Charlot
3ronte, Macaulay, Thackeray ai
So far, iideed. as concerns Ma
ml!ay, Trevelyaa's Life may fir 1
>e regarded as exhaustive. Y
4r. Mason has found some usef
ide.sights in the memoirs anid not
>ooks of those who either had
ntimlate acquaintaniCe with 11
iulay or saw him under in;tere:
ni circulstaiCes. Thu1 s. wli
r. Trevelyan avers that his unc
dressed badly, but not poorly
irenveille Murray, who knew tl
istorian in his youth, says he w:
together slovenly. "Ile was," A
rie told, "an undergraduate
[rinity when a certain don se:
di an invitation to dinner. 1I
aulav. who (at that, time) hat<
ociety, had already written a lett
f refusal when some comrad
Arst into his room, and being
ormed of the corresponde:,ce pen
g, told Macaulay that he inu
ceept. As the invitation was f<
hat very day, they further decid(
hat. Macaulay niust.be washed at
crubbed for the occasion-for
hose days he,was excessively neg
nit of his personal appearance
nd the thing was done vi et a
o1s. Lord Cockburn, in hisjou
al. chronicles that "he Maea
I is not intellectual in his ou
nard appearance. In manner h
le2ect is that he is heavy and hut
>ering, though not big, and he h:
n air of vulgarity." To Ha'
hore, however, who saw him
later period, there was in 3
aulay's bearing "a soimewh:
areless self-possession, large an
road enough to be called dignity
nd the mt r.: I looked at hi n t7I
Liore I knew that he was a disti.
uished person.' Lord Campbe
wed that "Tom's manners f ca
ot defend. To him it is a ma
er of utter indifference who 11
ompany may be-ladies, bishop
;wyers, officers of the army, pri:
es of the blood, or dlistingulishc
reigers-Wihomn the guests at
uvited to meet, off he goes at scor
ith hardly a gleam of silenc
ithout any adaptation to 11
uditory of the topics he diseusse
d without any remorse or an:
onsciousness of his having acte
t all improperly when they sa
4t him in disgust." There is t
tk of unl wvorable testimony o
mis point. Thus, S1r A. Allisc
eclared: "I have dften heard hil
Macaulay) st yled, by those who i
eneral appreciated conversatic
hie most, a perfect bore. I mui
wn that I have sometimes see
.inm to be such in company, at
dmitted to be so by his greate
dmirers." Chiarles Peabody, wri
ag in the "Gentleman's Magazine,
eports that "Macaulay was th
trant of the table. and rarely tc
rated any talk but his own-" "I d
ot beieve," Sidney Smith usedi
Ry, "that MIacaulay ever did het
iy voice. Some1timeis, when
ae thought to myself. Poor M
ulav, he wiil be very sorry son:
av to have missed hearing that.
acaulav sat still only when con
eied hvy sheer force, and the~
ly for 'a few seconds. A pri
ssional talker or a rival he: pt
own in an instant, w ithiout ti:
ightest hesitation or comupunctiol
nd trampled him into the bargal
:he showed any signs of resistanc<
ccording to Lord Broughan
ho, like Smith, may have felt
>uch of jealousy, 31acauhay wt
a)sol utely renowned in society
me greatest bore that had ever yi
pearel. I have seeni people con:
from Holland House,.breathle:
id knocked up, and able to sa
othing but 'O~ (dear :' -O) mercy
hat's the miatter f" being aske(
)h, Iacaulay2 :' hen every or
mi:'That accounts for it ;yoj
re lucky to be alive.' " Charh
reviie 'thought MIacaulay no le:
ierior. to Broughaim as a talker f
eneral society than as a debator
e Bouse of Coummons. He foun
i former's conversation "too d
actie, all too good, and not sufi
lently fexible, plastic and dive
fed for the average auditor. 1
tree extracts qjuotedl fromiGreville
.ournal." by MIr. Mason. thejud;
ient is reiteraited that 31acnia
as not agtreeale(. "ile hats non:
Ithat exqjuisite tacr and refint
ent hich are the result ox
icics intuition. or a long o
uaintanee withi g2ood society. o:
le prob)ably, a imixtuire of butl
e mighty. muss of his know led~
n iot anmimated byv the1 suhithI't slr
taste and discret i un. * * H
es5s : his is a roaring tirret, an
>t a mieandeliring st rea m if txik.
('ler i . iOres. itupe,( i tc .
lreml, etc., are evhb-neOI s. tof
-se byv a u-te of B. Ii- B. It.ta:
iod B~ai. I tus enab lin itzIhe m:i
I .1i iI lit o eth r rzzrn-er of i
and u t' W!ood Balmu (Co.. A tianl:a. ( a:
rr book that will conuvjic.
J.. IOutlaw. 3Mt. Oli, N.
. ured nme entirely."'
L Johnson, BehrnoutI Station, M ts
ries "'. B. has worktd ounime h
'iddwithi sorts, andl my hair camre ox
itH B. B. B.he:dd tme .iuicklv.
ri te: "B. I . I . hams eu red Iu i fe \ i
Iae lte';r on her leg iat docto rs an
I other nn-dicine could niot eure.'"
\EI. .i . i-.risiani a p:'rzimislt niej
moit of Gm'rensbro. (a. wvrites:
Ktw fl. 'fseveral caIses of1 I iloid is(:o
,wedily curedl byJ B B . Two be~
es cured a laxdy of ugly, scrofuo
W. C. Airhmore & Co., Ma xey. Ia
Ward of blood poison effected one of
most wonderlnl cures that ever came
ea to our knowledge."
stimulates the torpid liver, strengths
e s the digestive organs. regulatestha
is powels, and are unequaled as an
" ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE,
In malarial districts their virtues are
'widely recolgnized, as they possess pee
e uliar properties in freeing the system
afrom that poison. Elegantly sugai
coated. Dose small. Price, 2ets.
Office, 44 Murray St., New_York,
ia : For Sale"or Rent.
WILL SELL OR RENT TO THE
c- highst bidder my plantation, con
y taling S acres of land, more or less,
t lying on the waters of Bush River,
u l known as t he Miller Tract, and bounded
e. by lands of J. 1). Hornsl'y, William
Langford anl others. There are 25
m acres of _',o(d bottom land and 60 acres
of good up-lani in cultivation and the
t- reni;ader in pine timber. There are
e ood tentit I( uses oin the phlee. 1'his
ie land is t bree miles from Ne% b ry. C. H.
If not sold or rented before ,aleday
in Janus'ry, l 1t, will then he sold or
le rented to the higlhest bdder.
1: For any inforiatiion ap ply to
,e ( (;O- hRE, Trustee.
of Kinard's S. C.
n FINE WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c.
d P=L aw BiIL IARD 20023.
u- HAVE FITTED UP THIE ROOMS
t. over y Saloon and will on the
]st of November open a
1 FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT.
Good cookin andl all seasonable luxu
it ries served in first-class style. Polite
. attention to all.
COME AND SEE ME.
ILEY W. FANT.
TO LEND on Real Estate-especi
e ally on farmin rg lands. Loan to run
five years. 'ermis reasonable.
JONES & JON ES,
At torn eys.
for eit her a visiting~ card or a
Imammoth p)oster. We have
-facilities for printing
Minutes of Meetings,
t Letter Heads,
u Bill Heads,
e Shipping Tags,
i Weding Invitations,
d ~. p. p::!ar scientifc and -
0 an- edad has the larest
I pr~~ 01 t~ ni. ni he word.
, ur v nio s r pime
1N N eo'. io i.iu rus, 361 livadway, N.Y.
A RCHITECTS & BULlDER
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e ..r puMe bua . Nurnerons engrahVings
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it 'ears expeC and ha ve made ver
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i taevoo mak i not regist ered in the Pat- :
s imediae prtection. send for Handbook.
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to readers of
The Lutheran Visitor
Read This Through;
It Will Surely Interest You.
will buy 14 Rolls Gold
Paper and Border
, t., ..ough for a 12x12
roon, beautiful patterns.
will buy a 9 piece bed room
suit, 12x20 glass, cane seat
chairs and rockers; whole suit
consists of one bureau, one
washstand, one centre table,
tour cane seat chairs, one can
In addition to the above !
have an elegant line of walnut,
ak, mahoganized and imitation
anut suits, wood and marble
$725 $8.50 $10.00*
11l buy elegant willow baby
arriages with parasols.
6.25 DOLLARS $6.25
11il cover your 15x15 ft. floor
ith nice china matting.
will buy a carpet
1515 ft. which will
Sbe made and sent
ea,d to put down, including'
L.0 will buy the best
hade you ever saw on spring
LOQ0 Shades on spring rol
3 at 50c each.
e a 5 hole cooking range, 53
Aces furniture. $8.00 for No.
3stove with 20 pieces furni
Wheeler & Wilson
Ofor a Plush Parlor
suit 7 pieces solid
S3. walnut frame.
I have everything needed in
our house, no matter what it
L. F. PADGETT,
10 & 1112 Broad Street,
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Tha ECLECTIC comprises each year two large
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TERMS.-Single copies, 45 cents; one copy,
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Money to Loan
IN SUMS OF $300 AND UPWARD
on improved farm lands. Loan re
payable in small annual -instalments
through a period of six years, thus en
abling the borrower to pay off his in
debtedness without exhausting his crop
in any one year. Apply to
GOGGANS & HUNT, Att'y's.
Newbrry, S. C.
E. P. REED'S
DUrBL 15E I5 TH M ET
fo $0 t 45
D PRAECHOS NTC A R T
liceneall th t hae Nietre tho
oldctmers and. mayJewoeers
motfmrove machfinry and theols.~
Ki endingl thathes retunged to
WATCH, CLOCKn JeeNyD or
businessadtillnb plasedntee y
ol custoher aond aMss Gany,ne oka
My ailtes for.igfis-laswr
mos ipredmahier Wadthmak.
KeA 'dingor' cs N cet
Ste Wi ndetrie ant, coiated
'atc, Ch olockind plaewtelr wtimes
Io can y)ea fon1a890 r.:ay,Co
At Nerwierry ftromJnr.1tt
25t, ora1 utoiedaet,wl.atn
At thel,in lacesr atthe ie
retrnsaofRal, anurary Propert
At C.wber. fpermJanFbuary 1st.
A5t, Chppl's9 Fbuay.d
At Lronsre'tor, Ferury 27had4th.
At Belapa, February 5th.
At St.oLue's, February 36th.
At Deaybinao, Febuary 71t.
At Ghapphvi's, February 3t.
At Walto, February 3th.
At Pomar's, February lith.
A t ,Jolly Street, Febr uary 12th.
And at Newberry until Febiruary
20th, after which timue tile law retiuires
a penlalty of .51 per cent. to he added.
All Real Estate as well as Personal
Property will lbe listed this time for
taxation, and it is (desirabie that all
persons owning Real Estate malke out
a list of the niumber of i-eres or lots, and
their value, and the nanober of build
ings andi( their value, b,efore going to
mzake returuns, as they will then have
time to stud y and p)repa)re the valuat ion
oif their lamfs and houses, which will
be~ a great help to t he BIoard of A ssessors
as well as facilitate thle niaking ol
returns. All mote's and mortgages anid
moneIIvs are taxable, and all persoins be
tweeni the ages of 21 and 50) years are
liable to pioll tax unless exemnpt by law.
W. C. (ROME'R.\Auditor.
One louse wIth six roomns, andl ijmod
garden, withI half acre oif land in l
enza, S. C. Termis: $404) cash or $500 in
tw paymuienits, one-half cash, and bal
anice in twelve months with mortgage
for credit p)ortionl. If not sold by 1st
January next, will be rented to a good
FO.R SALE.-One house atnd lot
with good buildings on corner of Ad
amis and Harrington Streets. The
whole or part of lot will be sold on lib
eral tenrms, now occupied by J. C.
FOR RENT.-One house anid lot
now occupied T. G. Williams.
FOR RENT-The vwford House,
opposite W. A. Cline's.W
Real Estate Agents.
Dec 1.;th 1889.1
JAS. K, P. 636GAItS. W.H. HUNT,
GOGGANS & HUN
ATTORNEYS AT LA
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office on Law Range.
HARRY H. BLEASE. COLE. L. .BL:
BLEIISE & BLEIIE
Newberry and Prosperity, S.
Office-Rooms .5 and ) over the si
of Smith & Wearn.
G. G. SALE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WILL PRACTICE in all the Coi
of the State and of the Uni
States for the District of South C:
Office in Mollohon Row, opposite
court house, Newberry, S. C.
Robert T. Caidwe]
TAKE THIS METHOD OF .
nouncing that I have opened the b
ness of an undertaker.
My office and shop is located un
McCaughrin's Hall, corner Adams :
I will furnish Burial Cases
Coffins of all kind and being supp
with a good hearse I tender my sec
to the public in attending any fune
I ask a share of the patronage of
ROBT. T. CALDWELI
NEAR MItS. B. I. LOVELACES BOA
Repairing a Specialty.
ALL wor:: done With neatness and
patch. Painting counected with
busifess. We call special attention to
stock sheds, these sheds are waterpr
Stock taken care of untill called for by o
ers. We earnestly solicit the patronag
our friends and the public general ly.
a JOS. IHIMF & BR
ACCORDING iTO THEj,RU
introduced by Dr. Meadow's the gi
horse doctor. Twenty three poi
to prevent contractioif of the bee
corns, and by shoeing oin this rul
the horse has contraction of the L
it will cure him. It also puts the he
in a natural position on his feet.
man can shoe a horse correctly uni
he works by this rule. No other bih
smith in Newberry follows this rt
Bring your horses to my shop.
E. H. PHILLIPS, SR
SiLVER PLATED WARE,
Pocket and 1 a LI Cutler
Watch Repa ring a Special
Newberry, S. C.
,200 ACRES LAND FOR SAL
I N NEWBIERRY COUNTY,
acres near Vaughanville, and
3res near homestead of the late Jo
Hopkins Williams ; land now owr
by non-residents who dlesire to char
the investment. For sale for cash
n long time, for anything like a f
WM. A. WVILLIAMS
Attorney at Lt
Greenville, S. C., or call at the office
J. K. P. Goggans, Esq., Newber
ON B1IRfiIEl F1M
~OR FURTHER INFORMATI(
JO HN B. PALMER & SON,
Room 7, Central National Bank Bui
ing.olumbia, S. C
P. O. Box 288.
I have not got the Post Office y
but I did buy some goods while in N
York, which I will sell very low, su
as Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods.
bacco and Cigars. Can't be be
10 cakes Colgate's Soap for 2.5 cer
Watches cheap. Coats' Spool Cott<
CALL AND7sEE ME
J. S. RUSSELL.
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346, Boston, Mass. Prefacory Lecture witi
Thise the onl ELECTRO-MEDIC O1
For all Diseases of Men, by the distinguishie
HgrY Du MosT, M. D., who has DISCO
EE OFI RMANHOOD znay be cn
nticest cni ecin person oby letr r ii
"I HEARD A VOICE;
T HE PECU LIAR MEDICIN
tilled from the finest growthl of Ryt
hela, have attracted the atktnn o
to such a degree as to p)lace it in a vi
For excellence, purity and evenness
any in the mzarket. It is entirely f
j9 GREAT DISPLAY ~
OF MY NEW a
te i1 YOuTHS A BOYS.
ro- ACH LINE IS WELL SELECTED, IN
- patterns. stiles atd makes, giving you bt
the best chance fora selection of any stock
the that has ever been shown in the city. This
stock is divided into three classes, as fQllows:
- Working Suits, Business Suits and Dress W
L Suits. First. My line of Working Suits are
especially desirable, by rea.'on of their con
fortabie it and sound quality. These clothes,
' If any, ought to be weil made, and I pay
special attention to the fact, demanding that
the same shall be made strong and the thread Li
stout. That is the only way toavoid-the vex
atious ripping of seams, which so often mars LN
the value of an otherwise desirable Working AJ
suit. I am ofteted the best goods in this line,
at the lowest prices that can he made. Do
not let these facts escape you, and when you
purchase give me the pleasure of showingyou
the best and cheapest sult you ever pur
d Business Suits L
d are a specialty with me. The true conception ,
L of a busines. deiauds that it sh:til he of a
iled quailty of gu.w . that will prove serviceable
'ice ind wear.resi.sting: that the pattern shall be
, something suital,ec for -tore or oflice; that N
the cut s'hall he for convenece, the fit be Vt
the comnfortable and the price low enough for a de
man not to feel afraid to wcar his clothes I
where there is dust or dirt around, for fear of C.
soiling them. The styles of these suits are J
cut in Sacks and Ctitaways, ana in all grades SO
of domestic and in,ported goods. This line S
must be seen to be appreciated. an
" DRESS SUITS '
dis- Consist of Double Breasted Frock Suite
the Single Breasted Frock Suits and Cutaway
our Suits of the best i:nported Corkscrews, Clay
Dof- Diagonals and Worsteds.
.n- When a man puts on a Dress Suit he wants -
of to look and feel his best. le cannot do this
in a suit that is of indifferent style, inferior
. quality or ill fi-ting. One of the reasons that
- some men feel awkward in a Dress Suit is
that they do not feel at home in it; the suit
is tight; it drags. pulls or wrink es, and the De
1 mind is, so to speak, constantly oppressed by. Du
the sense of physical discomfort. There is no
E reason for this condition of things, after all De
theprogress and experience in the manufac- Du
ture of tine Clothing of the present day. I
eat am oflering a line of goods in Dress Suits
that are made in the best style of tailors' art
htS that will give comfort, perfect fit and good
l or wear. Be sure you see tli,s stock before rnak- De
e if ing your Fail purchases. It is ready for your
eel inspection. DU
e M. L. KINARD, De
ess Columbia, S. C. DU
e. lx any dealer says he has the W. L. Douglav
dhoes without name and price stamed on
the bottom, put him down as a
W. L DOUCLAS :
Best i the w rl.Eamnino i
85.00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
84.00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
t 3.50 POICjAD ARMEES' SHOE. R
82.25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE.
82.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SSOES. C
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
n1 W. L. DOUCLAS -
S $3SHOE L.AFDES.
Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting.
W.no Ld bDOUGL,' BEOCKTON, MASS Li
hn FOR SALE BY MINTER &.3AMlENON,
Hair am 81'
Warranted for Five Y ears.
wi ON LY $20.
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Sent on one week's trial. Delivered in your home free
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IT SAID, 'tCOME AND SEE.'"
AL QUA*LITIE OF WHIPKEY DIS
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ry high position among the Materia Medica
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TT C'. STUifMRET.
TLA TIC COAST LINE.
L PASENGER DzE
Wilmington, N. C., Sept. 29,
)ING WEST. GO-NG
r 14. No. 5'. No.53. No.
r . am pm a
) 710 Lv....Charieston..Ar. 9 30 .
35 9 05 " ...Lanes....... " 7 42 .
47 1025 " ...Sumter......... " 6 37 .....
05 115.5 Ar....Columbia......Lv. 520 .
10 2 24 " ...Winnsboro..." 339 .
17 334 " ...Chester........ " 240 .
500 ...Yorkville...... " 120
5-23 " ...Lancaster...... " 1100 .....
5 416 " ...Rock Hill...... " 157 .....
0 515 " ...Charlotte....... " 100 .....
............... Ar......Newberry...Lv 245.....
.............. " ......Greenwood.. " 12 33 ........
............... " ......Laurens........ " 6330 ......
.............. " ......Anderson..... " 9 37 .
....... " ......reeuvlle... " 9 40 .....
.............. " ......W alhalla..... " 8 00 ......
............... " ...... bbeville..... " 10 50 ......
............... ......Spartanburg " 1240.....
.............. " .Henderscnvilie" 9 59 ........
...... ......... -" ......Ashevile...... " 9 05
Solid trains betweenCharleston and Colum
S. C. T. M. EM ERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
'A LTERS. Gien'l Jlanager.
LMIN6T6N, COLUMBiA & AU USTARAILROA#
TIAINS GOING SOUTH.
DATED July 12th, 185. N'o48" No. 40.
.Wilmington ..............S 20 r. M. 10 to 1-. u
. L.Waccamaw...............9 42 1117
.Marion............... 1136 "' 1 40 a.:
rive Forence............12 25 " 115
" Sumter..................434 A. M. 434
" Columbia.............6 40 " 6 40 -
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
.Columbia ............... .. 9S. a.
rive Sumter.................. 11 55 "
ave Florence................ 4 30 P a. 5 07 A. i
.Marion.......................5 14 " 553 "
L. W accamaw...............7 14 '" 744 "
Wilmington...........8 33 "' 907 "
,rain No. 43 stops at all Stations.
os: 43 and 41 stops only at Brinkley
tziteville, Lake % accamaw, Fair - Blua,
,,ho1s, Marion, tee Dee, Florence, Timmo..s
Ie, Lynciburg, M ayesville, Sumter, Wedge
Id, Camden Junction and Eastover.
"assengers for Columbia and all points oa
& G. R. R., C., C. & A. E. It. Stations; Aiken
nction, and all points beyond, should tak
48 Night Express.
eparate Pullman Sleepers for Savanna
d for Augusta on train 45.
assengers on 40 can take 48 train from Fhs
ice for Columbia, Augusta and Georgis
inrs via Columbia.
L1 trains run solid between Charr on ani
JOhN F. DIVINE&.
".. EMERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
south Carolina Railway Company.
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
part Columbia at.... 6.50 a m 5.33 p a
e Charleston...........10.35 p m 904 pm
part Charleston .....7.Oft m 6.00 p in
.e Columbia.............10.45 a m 9.45 p n.
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
am am pm pm
partColumbia.....650 745 5( 339 -
pm pm pm pm
e Camden........ 1252 1252 742 7 4
WEST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
am am pm pm
part Camden....... 745, 745 330 338
am am pm pa
e Columbia...10 25 1v 45 30
TO AND FROM AU
pa t Columbia.......... 6 50 ain 5 33 p m
e Augusta ............11.44 a ut 10.25 p m
/ WEST (DAILY.)
part Augusta........... G.I0 a m 4.40 p z
e Columbia.............10.45 a uz 9.45 p m
de at Union D>epot, Columbia, with Coltun
a and Greenville Railroad by train arriving
10.45 A.M.. and departing at 5.33 P.M. Also
th Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta kail
ad by same train to and from all points on
th roads to and from Spsrtanbnrg and be
nd by train leaving Charleston at a00 p.m
d Columbia at6650a. m., with trough
ach to Morristo"-n, Tenr.
assengers by these brains take Supper aa - -
!atCharlesto~n with Steamers for New York -
d on Tuesdays and Fx idays with steame
-Jacksonville and points on the St. Joha
ver;also with Charleston and Savanna.
.ilroa<ti to and from Savannah and a~
ints in Florida.
Lt Augusta with Georgia and Centr~
.ilroads to and from all points West ar..
uth. At Blackville to and from points on
rnwell Railroad. Through tickets can be
rchased to all points South anl West; b7
D. McQUEEN. A .nt. Columbia.
JOHN B. .PECE, Gene'
D. C. ALLEN. Gen. Pass.
tchmnond and Danvil
CoVxxEIA AND GREENi
(Trains run On 75th
A bbe ville................
Gold ville .................
Pom aria ..................
H ot Springs................
Ash ev ille ...................
H endeson ville..........
Fiat tRock ................ ..
.'aI ;d a...................
.pa rtn nburg.......... ......i
A 1i0 ................ ......... 930L
%um bnli a................... .
os. 3. 4. 50 ansd 51 daily except Sunt
in Lins- Trnins 5.4 and .55 daity betw
uimbia and Ai.ston. Daill except Send
w'-eni A i,to' a n d Green v lIe -
JAS. L. T AY LORl. (9 t?i Pass. A gent.
C'olum bla, S. C.
Piso's Cure is our best selling med
ne. I have a personal knowledge of ~
8 beneficial effeCts, and TeCommend it.
4. LABRY j Druggist, AlleghEr,Li
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