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EVER~Y THIURSD~AY ATI
1:. J. 1tLROWNE. EDIT - r' .
-rac herr' A, socIation.
On account of the unfavorable
weather, the attendance at the last
teacher meeting was not so large
as it should have been. Enough,
however, were present to hold a
highly entertaining and instructive
meeting. Mrs. Jane A. Long read
a carefully prepared paper on how
to teach physiology and hygiene.
Mrs. Long showed that the study of
these subjects is import:ant, and at
the same time not so difficult as is
often supposed. She advised teach
ers how they might give lessons to
the very youngest pupils, and her
advice was not theoretical merely
but practical as well. Those teach
ers who have not introduced physi
ologv and hygiene into their schools
would have protitted from hearing
the lecture and the discussions
The paper on school management,
by Prof. Browne, was read by the
School Commissioner. The readI
ing of the paper was listened to at
tentively by the teachers, which
showed that tLy believe that the
right kind of governtnent is highly
essential to the healthy and success
ful development of the schoo.
The conmit-tee appointed to re
vise the constitution reported ready.
but their report was postponed
until the meeting at Prosperity, on
3rd Saturday in January.
Tost teachers who do not at
tnd the assocition cannot well
imagne how much they lose. If tht v
would on y come they would l t
i l to ifeel its bent tica; hd'its
cuprttig school troundr.
-uIt shouldhe the desire of every
comm:2unniy to h1ave it, school house
t rac nts a b utiful and st
tractive as p,,s:.;'. in , rsk to ::o
geno (Jmlish this it reqires some
~eti'rt on the p,art of teacher and
pupils. C \\oldi not be well for
hateer in all our cmmorn hls
to ake itconsdeateiontesat
an touands ore aond tshre
psdon the school ground.'Iistu
Spoethat itw tn e oe teahrs ber
itos ongrtreets woubdegrow nd
wuh we zet at wrosldt aon the
InSatudy iStan arbry e ilis
ands tosadsofyoun tree are
pnTedo he (iddscho ron.
Supos that the'~0I tatherstk
ite cnseraio sesion ubject,an
whaen we mietb at Property n Ner.
batrdaTh indary wedwilltion
cue itdiablity. A.d Kainl.
bu wi.,no highypale th at muh
ther nlshol sesst~5inbes the '
biade whcholwl yes ta tfact~ ine
Nberr The ile of ectio
thave tw'aie :er ad patiey.
but wel no e t vron wil much
hyri in pre ofem':ivi heLei
aur ' are ecure Ibe:'1U~ r'cSa. zl.Ca.
than thrhv --ve a eoe
and.w.h.p thatL eveCr.C Mt
- re~ mnon.
re erfo tes
BLIND CH.APL.tIN MILBURN.
The Genial Ecclesiastic Who Prays for
Tne social veins and arteries of
our beautiful city are filling fast,
says a Chicago News Washington
letter, its current of life is quicken
ing to a rush, and the national heart
that began its functions on Monday
at the capital already beats so storm
ily that an agitated session is
This will mean but little, how
ever, if the members adjust all their
difficulties as bappily as they did the
first-the filling of the chaplain's
chair-for even the men who had
pet candidates of their own are glad
of the instalment of the famous
"blind chaplain" whose noble head
and fearless heart have for so many
years been known and loved by
the law-makers, and whose prayers
have at times produced such start
ling sensations in the House.
Dr. Milburn is of medium height,
somewhat rotund in figure. eyes
clouded to opaqueness, a good fight
ing nose, a pleasant month and
well-rounded chin not entirely con
cealed by a neatly trimmed beard
and meustache, and a voice so har
monious and pleasant, an interest
and sympathy so ready and genu
ine, a cheerfulness so utterly unaf
fected, that every home he honors
with his friendship and every gath
tring to wnich he adds his welcome
presence is the ha ppier and brighter
Some of his friends call him their
clerical tonic, and really it is a good
name for him. le counts his inti
mates among all creeds and denom
inations, and is a warm encourager
of everr innocent amusement that
youth craves: as a cnnsequence of
these last he moves about in a cloud
of young people. and it is interest
ing to see by what nice tact and
judgment he has won his way to
the very hearts of a host eo young
men, and holds them in a compan
ionship so entertaining that they
forget to go intO less good comn
""Hang it all," one of them said
with a puzzled frown between his
evebr,:-s, "if he wasn't so good,
good, I would never remember he is
a nminster. He'll laugh and joeke
with you, he wop't throw pious
brick-bats at you when y ou're down,
and he isn't all the time shooting
o full of mors. But somehow
or another he gets there all the
same, and makes you so ashamed if
o are not on the sqtare that you
just hustle till you are."
I had the pleasure of meeting
him first at Mr. Springer's home
ad it was some minutes before I
ould realize that the genial cent'e
ofithe merriest group in the room,
the gentleman who turned s.a alert
l from speaker to speaker. was tne
"blind chaplain" whom for years I
had pictured as si:tirg in the drk
ness and in the melancholy ' a
such darkness brings.
Int haw'k, hawk. -blow, spit. and~
disgust everybo'dy wit h younr odesire
rath, bu: use Dr. S.tige's C'a:arth
Roeyi and end it.
givme: Us oer. erv
'ailtisfr pr~sui tg ''
School Cat alogues,
Mnuts of Meetinlgs
IE NEWIDERRY 14
For Sale or Rent.
t ILSELL O1: I.N'T TH
h i .i;'t itltier m:t': lp!:1 tt:in Ctil
lV'inL 4.'n the W:ltlel ' U1 ljC,
knowl : s the M iller'1'I:1C! antlt "iii
by l:nis of .1. I). 1 i rn l
i'L11r(tt i other,. 'lhtre are
acres ' tf td botti 1'd andl t : : ,
of go\ ii' :-: and in cult 1vationt, and the
rettilainl r i l'ne t
good tt1:I't t It ,tiC ton t a' h :al"'. T' 1:
landl is :ht " b :re-ie tr; m \t-wlberry (C.H.
It net old or rented l :'rt"e -alcda.y
Inl.1'l:':ry. Isni, w\ill the' , ,!! or
re ntt'tl ?I h I iii r
For tan\ intft -i:liion :!n'1 to
\ . O.(;ui' .F. I rustr.
ILEY WF IT'1
--:':a 7..: IN A
I111AV E FY-;''.
F I R S T - C L A S .ES T A 1 R A N T .
riesa 'erv 4i in t.:'1--e;:. !.cv'. Polite
atteni on to ail.
COIE AND EE M1E.
!LEY W~ FAT
ally on rm
tive Ve: . T .. ..... ,i-.
'i 6 3 . w Ia2 n
ENG!iES. 3Li EER
SAW 1IL. I. iST ia !S
STEAM A WATER
SAWS, FILES, CASTNGS.
.A ftu:,:c.k o:=
Prices. :u :- in ' -4
REPAIRS PROMPTLY DONE.
FOUNDRY, SO'LER AND MACH!NE WORKS,
-.n r .: m T:ror.
it~ : I aar- .
w e j:.--: ' tem c
C.-: 10cns= =
RAiLD AN1 NL W
to readers of
The Herald and News!
Read This Through;
It Will Surely Interest You.
will buy 14 Rolls Gold ti
Paper and Border
tL enough for a 12x12
room. beautiful patterns.
ill buy a . piece bed room
uit. -12x"0 glass, cane seat
hirs and rockers; whole suit
-onsists of one bureau, oni
washstand. one centre table,
our cane seat chairs. one cane
In addition to the above I
1ave an elegant line of w&alnut,
ik mahoganized and imitation jA.
r~lnut suits, wood and marble
$7.25 $8 50 $10.00 T
vil buy elegant willow baby
arriages with parasols.
6.25 DOLLARS $6.25 |J
-ill cover your 15115 ft foor
ith nice china matting~.
will buy a carpet
15113 ft which will ei
abe made and sent
cad to put down, including
1.0 will buy the best|~
*hrde you ever saw on spring
.000 sha1bs on spri ro- ~
rs at .'Oe each.
'r t i 'ile cooking range 58
Wfe van ire. Si00 fot No-H
3:0vc with 20 pieces furni- a
Wheler & Wilson .
~50Ofor a Plush Parlor
a walnut frame, I
I have every:tiing needed in
L. F. PADGETT,
11 & 1112 Bra Street,
- - ~ =.w=~'i r
I i C,
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iding authors whose articles appear In th
ges of the ECLECTIC.
t. Hon. W. E. GLADSTONE,
ALFRED TENNYSON, --
,>r - --cR HL'NLE?
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J. NORMAN LOCSYER. F. R. S.
E. A. FREEMAN. D. C. L.
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LM ANTHONY FROULDE,
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MRs. OLIPHA NT.
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Tha ECLECTIC comprises each year two large
>lumes of over l:0J pages. 1"ach of these
)lunes contains a FINE STEEL ENGRAVING,
hich adds much to the attraction of the
TERMS.-Single copies. 45 cents: one copy.
ie year. $i; ilve copies. $:'0. Trial subscrip
n for three months. s1. The ECLECTIC and
iy 4 magazine, 4.
E. R. PELTON. Publisher.
.'5 BO D STREET. NEW YORK.
oney to Loan
N SU MS OF $300 AND UPWARD
- on improved farm lands. Loan re
ivable in small alnnual instalments
irough a period of six years, thus en
)linsg the borrower to pay off his in
btedness without exhausting his crop
any one year. Apply to
GOGIANS & HUNT, Att'y's.
New berry, C.
E. P. REED'S
- .EE. .
(E THE l0ST STYLISH A.D 10S1
DRBLESHOES 01 THE I18KET.
EIR HAND-WELT SHOES ""
for $3.50 to $4.50
EIR 82. 50 BUTTON SHOE
the Nicest Shoe
FOR THE PRICE EVER SOLD.
FOR sALE BY
MINTER & JAMIESON,
OHN F. SPECK,
7atcmaker and Jeweler,
OULD RESPECTFULLY IN
from my oid friends ar.d the pub
generally that I have returned to
wberry and opened a
WATCH. CLOCK AND
sines and will be pleased to see my
customers and as many new ones as
1 a.or me with their patronage.
5v facilities for doing first-class work
iustisurassed, as I have the latest and
st im'proved machinery and tools.
Eev Winding Watches changed to
e Winders- Fine and comnplicated
tch Clock and Jewelry work a
c an be found at 31essrs. Gary. Cook
JOHN F. SPECK.
[..or an authorized agent, will attend
the following tplaces at the times
mued, for the purpose of taking tax
urn of Real and Personal Property
- he veir19:
At Newbrry fro:n January ist to
A t Proerity.Januar 27th and Yth.
A Bethel, January 2:'9h.
At t. Luke's, January 30th.
Att Dead -all. Jan~uary 31st.
At C D pearman's, February 1st.
A happel', February 3d.
At Longhore's Store. February 4th.
A Jalap F-ebruary 5th.
A1 roer's. February oth.
At Marbnton, February 7th.
A: (1'mpville, February shb.
At 'ari:. Februrary 1lth.
A: WaPonaia February 1t?h.
A: Jolly Street. Februiary 1'th.
Ad at Nt-wberry until February
h. after whIich m :ne lasw regm1res
enar o .3 per cent. to be adaea.
ai F-ta;e as well as- Personal
tkrty wil be liAted thi- time for
gieln, anti it is de,irabl~e that sh
sn wig Re-al Estate mnake out
istof the num;ber of seres or lots, and
t:r valuc, anid the numnber of bu:ld
Sand their value. before going to'
kee ret urus, as they will then have
ne e to study and pmpai:re the v7a:uationt
their lands anid basses, whien wiL
a reat ein to the Board of Ase-os
wei as acilitate the miaking c'
urn,. A U note- and rn.rtgage- ant
itvs are taxable. sr.d sA; r.e5-n -r
'cn :he agzes of 2i and 50 years arej
etiet. :'oil tax unless teempt ity law.
One ehouse wlth si :@-':s. .,jd:2.
rdn, wih hlf ac-re .t ilada :n Hi
: . S.C. Terms: $4M cash or 6 in
-o "avmet s, onle-halfea-h. and tt5
cee .'tweve mon:hs~ wi:h mc-rtgsge
er i porion I not s.:>iD' Is:
nat. s , .hre~itOg5i
-i)R -ALE.--One . ouse ard 10:
th s buiding on corner of Ada
-san H it go Stree:s. The
-kR RENT.-OneC house ato zot
FORR'ENT-The Crawford House.
pieW. A. CIine's
CA RLIEk LANE,
'- V 11.L L Am ..."w
AS, K. P. GEG6ANS, WH. HUNT, JR
GOGGANS & HUNT,
TTORNEYS AT LAW,!
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office on Law Range. __
H ARRY H. ELEA-E.E
BLEfISE & BLEfiSE,
Attorneys at Law,
!ewberry and Prosperiy, S. C.
Office-Rooms .5 and 6 over the store
of Smith & Wearn.
G. G. SALE,
W ILL PRACTICE in all the Courts
of the State and of the United
States for the District of South Caro
Office in M1ollohon Row, opposite the
court house, Newberry. S. C.
Robert T. Caidrell,
TAKE THIS METHOD OF AN
nouncing that I have opened the busi- e
ness of an undertaker.
My otlice and shop is located under
McCaughrin's Hall, corner Adams and
I will furnish Burial Cases and a
Coffins of all kind and being supplied
with a good hearse I tender my service a
to the public in attendinr any funeral.
I ask a share of the patronage of the e
ROBT. T. CALDWELL.
EAR MRS. B. H. LO\ELA,:S BOARD
ING Ht sE.
Repairing a Specialty.
ALL work done with neat-es and dis
patch. Painuing couuecte d w:tn tut",
business. we call spe.'ial attenti,: :.+ +fr
stock sheds. thse sh--ds arte wate pro.
Stock takeu care of u:til caiied for b.
ers. We earne-tly solicit the pat: 0a.
our friends and t Ie pui t '.
fCCORDING TO THE!IRULE
introduced by Dr. Meadow's the great a
hore doctor. Twenty three points
to prevent contraction of the heel or v
corus, and by shoeint on t his rule it l
the horse has contretio: of the heel
it will cure him. It also puts the hor e
in a natural po=ition on hi: fet. -No
man can shoe a horse correctly nttic.
he works bv this rule. No other M.aek
smith in N'ewberry follos this rule.
Bring your horses to my shp.
E. H. PHILLIP'S. Si,.
SILVER PLATED WARE,
Pocket and i at I Cutlery,
Watch Reparing a Specia'ty
Newberry, S. C. 11
1,200 ACRES LAND FOR SALE !
I N NEWBERRY COUNTY, W c
acres uear Vaughanville, and 900)
acres near homestead of the late John F
Hopkins Williams: land now ownea j
by non-residents whbo desire to change
the investment. For sale for cash or
on long time. for anythfing like a fair ,
Greenville. S. C.. or call at the otliee of
J. K. F. Goggans, Esti.. Newberry.
JOR FURTHER INFORMATION
JON B. PALMER & SON.
Room -. (Central Na-ional Bank Build
P.O. Box >S.
I have not got the Pes: Ofl'e yet
but I did buy somegcod, wblein Neu
York. whh I wvill sell verY %"- su(
ass Boo:s. Shoes. Hats. D-y >di- :c
bace and Cicars. Ca' 1-e leat
TH-EFROe s aS:E 4 editTAe
ACED. saf OLD MAN wh aze r~W
a a he osv ELECTRO-ME O PHYSIOI
:- y rMs, . P., whohsDISCOVER E
HE ELIXIR OF LIFE AND THE TRUE E5
SENCE OF MANHOOD. 35 b'e ~c
"I H4EARD A VOICE; 17 SJ
Eshv -cc :E.LIA SECC iNAL
10tT[lIS AND BOIS.
r'H LINE I \-ELL SELECiTED. IN
bE" 1 ' t cl:anre fo r a serto:of andy situc.k
he -te '. 1
t h:1s ever beetn -lhow.n in the ctyt}. Thi.
toek i- divided int :irete cla--e-. a; follo".
arkin; Suit,. Bu-inr-a Suts and Ire.
ui-. Fir :t. iv rie "f \\'rii D suits are
peciallY desirai e. y rca-.n ,f tne:r com
Jrta:le it :, ra u i"u,Ui tluality. The-e e!othes,
any. ou:t t.t be well made. and I pay
peal atte::tion to the fact. dcl:ianding that
e same shall re inate stroug anI. the tir-ead
tut. That i= he only way to avoid the vex
tiou- rippi: o te:nis. which so often mars
-e value of a: otlierwie de-rahle W o-king
uit. I an: otriet d tt:e best :;o)dS in this line.
the iowet prices that canl be made. Do
ut let the-e tact- eca pe you. and! when you
rehage give rme I he pwasure of -how: ng you
i best .nd cheapest sut you ever pur
ir a,p,..i: v wt:th f:. Tl:e tru'-eoet:C V.LI i
f t ha : - : ,e o- a
i:' of .' i w 1 pr''v'.- r iceable
n, w'ear re-.. l:l : i _ "h .:'tern hnall be
)neth"ing: .ut; :"Y for -I",re" .r :tc:that
.eu t iia:i li' fr e, , :'ttce. . fit be
onf Artable and the price low eno1u:h for a
Snot t~ f"e- afraid to wear ii elothes
ere t:r,- is ,tu-t or liit ar..urd, tot fear of
iling the:1. T:i r St yes of the-e suits are
tin ac ks .:I d .C:taway. au in al! ;rade
f donic .:1 im:lpor-ed 0. - .1 T is line
:t be se,: .:I ber atpprel s:ai.
t1:.it of p e T . y -:t'e F xk suit. '
i.s " :re- t. "l'r ..ek -u:t- a 'i Cu'.away
' - of t,he .1 ::'pr'.:d tork-e n-w. CL.y
\ - a o'" . -'e--. : a "re- S:t he wan:s
hi,"ck : ,. :: hi - : (t .'e tl
i e rt i 11." . .: t : e .: : that
- .i:h suit
t . -. u: ' wr::t es n: he
, *i -ta ly : pprt -ed :y
"_,lse" r '. ,v:':i d; - m f.rt. Ter_ is lnV
n - n .t"1.14 atr l
eprl,_r-.s a:ni ?x: .:t :tt in ti:t 2:na1'Ufac
ao :.: i In: of"the ; re- It day- I
n oter'U'r a :ne ef ::~ods in IJre: tuts
1 are ni.d li th i e e"t : \'_e :. ta a i t
tt wili \:ve c,n :for:,t rIe t i and ;roo
ear. Be -ure y.u sit toc .:"re m" ar -
y:our 1';! i t: : :. "ie y ar your
I1. Le:. KI A D
Col um bin. I'. C.
Iny denter says he hae the V,. L. Donglav
bOr-- w:r.o:1t nauie and price stamnu on
e bottutu, put him down as a L
. L. DOUCLAS
3 SHOE FOREEN
Bet in the world. Examine his
15.00 GENUINE HAN D--EWED SHOE.
1.00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
13.50 POLICE AND FARMERS' sHOE.
12.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
12.25 WORK.INGMAN'S SHOE.
12.00 and $1.5 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
. L. DOUGLAS
3 SH OE LAFDliE S.
Best Maeial. Best Style. Best Fitting.
W. L.'IPONEAS, BROCKTON. M ASS
)R SALE BY MINTER .U03.N
Warranted for Five Years.
)ur Favorite Sing-er
i 2.:r: C:rer. L-acge D:-cwers.
...:...'....gs . Tukru. Bine
-:: ih of Heme
-:cnaSmi-g Mi: Co.
- ice Strsst, Phitade!l . Pa.
I a a
MOAT, M. D.
ni r: :ee- YOU NC, MIDDL.E.
e : : re-y : r . r.:.. se.
D,D, COME AND SEE.'"
uv t he Materia Med:cu
.:y :: W --ey is i:surje br
. l .: .o: - and .':f nau'a .
beey only by
'I . C. SY r Me r S
l"flA,'1 d.I\ E;.
A LA l VA k n: , EPARTMENT.
7 7 A r. u/. ,iarrL...... I" - 5: i ....
1' y" tvl r...... " 1 211
* - r r:...L 2 45 .
......---k -Iw lriiH..... " 1 0i .. ...
- : . " 10
"""n*rburg " 12 4
...... ...... " ...Spa
. . " ..Hendersonville"
. ~......... " Asheville...... " 9 05 .
Solid trains betweenCharleston and Colum
bia, S. C. T. M. EM ER:ON, Gen'1 Pass. Agen.
H. WALTEliS. (eu'l Manager.
WILMING TSN, COLUMBIA & AU8LSTARA1LROAD
TRAINS OING SOUTH.
No. 48. No. 40.
DATF.D July 12th, 1a5. Daily. 1)aily.
Lv. WilmingtOn...-.....S 2tt P. E. 100.
Lv.L. accamaW.........42 11 "
Lv. Marion....---.. 11 36 12 46 A.%
Arrive Forence............1225 " 115
.uer. ...434 A. M. 4 34
Columbia.-..........640 " 6 40 "
TRAINS GOLNG NORTH.
No. 43. No0.47
LT.Columbia ................ 5.5 P. .
Arrive Sumter.........-----... 1155 ".
Leave Fiorence..........- 4 0 P M. 5 u7 A..v
Lc..Marin ...... ....... ..514 " 553 -
Lv. L. W accamaw ........714 " 7 44 "
Ar. Wilmington.. -. 833 " 907 *
Train No. 43 stops at all Stations.
Nos. 45 and 4: stops only at Brinkley
Whiteville, Lake St accamaw, Fair Blng,
Nichois, Marion. Pee Dee, Florence, Timmons
ville, Lvnciburg, Mayesville, Sumter, Wedge
field, Camden Junction and Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and all points o
C. . R. L., C ,t C. & A. lt. k. Stations, Aike
Junction, and all points beyond, should is
No. 46 Night Express.
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Savaas:
and for Augusta on train 4s.
Passengers on 40 can take 48 train from Flo
rence for Columbia, Augusta and Georgia
poin-s via Columbia.
All trains run solid between Charleston anc
JOI-LN F. DIVILNE,
T. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
South Carolina Railway Company.
TO AND FROM CEARLE8TON.
Depart Coltmbia at.... .5O a m 5.33 p .
Due Lbarleston.._......10.35 p m 9 45 p m
Depart Charleston.-.. 7.w.ua m 6.00 p m
Due tloumbia..........1.4. am 9.45 p m
TO AND FROM CA:DIN.
EAST (DAILY EXCZYr StN:,AY.)
am am pm pm
Depart Columbia.....6 5o 7 45 5 o0 533
pm pm pm pm
Due Camden........ 1252 1252 742 742
WEST (DAILY EXCEPT SrDAT.)
am am pm pm
Depart Camden....... 4 45 : 45 3 30 3 30
am am pm pm
Due Columbia. ..... u5 : 3us 94.3
To AND FRoM AUGUSTA.
D-:part Coeln-bia....... 5a 5 33pma
i)De Augrsta...........4 a .25 pm
I.ep ar:tAugu_,a......-.i- a m 4.40 p nn
at:e Coaumbi:..........-.1G.45 . m 9.45 p m
Made at Union 1e;po. Colun.bia. with Colura
bia .nd Greeuviile Lailroad by trai arriving
at 1u.45 A.M.. and departing at 5.33 P. M. Also
with Cbar:otte. Columbia and Augnsta Ea!.
road by same train to and from all points on
both roads to and from Spartanburg andbe
vor.d by train leav ing Charitston at 600 p.m
and Columbia ht 6.50 a. in., wit t.hrogh
coach to Morristo" n. Tenn.
Passengers by these trains take Supper az
At Charleston with Steamer! for New York:
and on Tuesdiays and F::days with stae
for Jacksonville and points on the St. John,
River:aiso with Charlestor. and Savanna
Railroad to and from Savannah and s'
points in Florida.
At Augusta w:th Georgia and Centi:
Railroads to and from all points West ah
South. At Blackville to and from points on
Barnwell Raiload. Through tickets een be
purchased to all points South and West, by
D. McQUEEN. Agent, Columbia.
JOHN B. PECK. General Manager.
D. C. ALr.T . Gen. Pass. and Ticket AgS
Richmond and Danville Rafiroad Co.,
COttXBIA ANCD G,REENVILLE DrvzSIOy,
Condensed Schedule-In effect Nov. 1th, ISV.
(Trains run on 75th Merian time.)
Lv Ch retn.......... ....
Ar A:ston. ...............
Ar .Mr's:br.......... . .
Try'on. ... ... .....
Rot Springs..... .
anrr~.~ ........ ... 1
Lv Be 0 ... .... ....1
Ar W: liams'.n............... .....10 46'4
LV Wahala -..... ........4 -
G e oo -....in a -
Ma..i.~Thir.54 nd S.--.
LOLt'~A AlV~u.t~ 9 except 3
Pisa'L Ceris 54 andt 55.dailyu
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its c.a.saw eu.L, av. rees..w.
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