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EVERY T1IUISi)AY AT
NEW BERRY. S. C.
1.1vI.(: I-I.YO\I) (1Nr:s "I1A s
The" Mtaira Cae.e of Failure ;n Lire-Sen
,ilble Views of a New York Man.
Matthew Marshall in New York Sun.
The old 1)ntch merchants used tc
say, when a manill becameic bankrupt,
that he had kept had books. What
tlhev Imeanlt was, that he ought to
have known, if his books were kept
c"rrectly, how his alairs were going
and to have stopped in time to save his
\Vliat does surprise lme, however, is
tiat an inpe"ndinig bankruptcy can be
c0oealci a:lt staved ol' as long as it
usually is. I suppose the reaso:
to be the greater fabilitics for bor
ri wing in"iley and for obtailliila
Credit which are aflorded by the pres
ent methods of doing business in coIm
lariion with those which prevailed in
my early days, and the enornious
growth of our population, which ren
ders individuals much less conspicuou
than they used to be, and he condi
tion of their aflirs less a matter o
When 1 was a clerk with Messrs
llissell, Littleby & Co., half a century
ago, my employers never thought o
relying on commercial agencies, as the
custom is now, for information con
eerning a man's standing and respon
sibility. They got it from their own
observation and inquiry, and carried i
in theit heads. They watched a mar
from the beginning of his career, am
knew just how he was doing as h
went along. His business skill, th2
character of his customers, the exten
of his transactions, and the approxi
mate amount of his annual profit:
were pretty accurately gauged, an
eredit was gi"ien to himl aecordinigly
Above all, his habits of life were ob
served, and his family expenses were
rcekoned up, so that it was compute(
whether Ie was adding to his capital
b.trely holding his own, or falling be
hindhand. Nowadays every one is, a:
it were, lost in the crowd and can d<
almost anything he pleases without it:
beiig found out. IIis creditors see
him only during bussiness hours ant
at his plaec of business; but where he
is the rest of the tirne, what his oceu
patio:s are. and how much he spend,
on himself and his faiuily, become
known to them, if they become knowr
at all, only by accident, or when hi:
accounts are overhauled by a com
mittee to Kee how many cents on the
dollar lie caln pa oin thle claims agains
It is clear to mec that in the count
less eases of bankruptcy which happer
fronm day to day, to say nothing of the
peculations, emlbezlmenits, forgeries
and crimes by which confiding people
are defrauded, the beginning and root o
the trouble lies ini personal overdraw
ing. As MIr. Wilkins Miceaw ber sage
ly remarked to his young friend
David Copperfield :"Annual incomt
twenty pounds; annual expenditurE
*twenty pounds ought and six ; result
misery. Trhe blossom is blighted, the
leaf is withered,' the god of day goel
down tupon the dreary scene, and, it
short, you are forever floored, as I am.'
This is a concise statement cf an ever
lasting truth wvhich cannot be too di
ligently heeded. A disregard of it.
like the disregard of any other law o
nature, is sure to be punishcd, thougl
the punishment is not always distrib
uited .s it ought to be to satisfy our
ideas of jnstice. If when the profits 01
a btusiniess diminish, those who ar:
coiidutinig it cannot nerve themiselve.s
to reduce their perso~nal expenditure in
a corresponding degree, they must
necessarily eat into their capital and
when this process once begins it mu tst
inevitably endt in rulin.
One ot the draw backs of the demo
erattie constituti >nl of our society is that
very few of our citiz.eus are content tc
let their immediate acq1uaintances sur
p)as thienm in their style of living. A
mani with a tie>usand dhollars a year
does not, indeed, expect to live like a
~inan wvithi five thousand, nor the man
with five thousend, like one with a
hundred th ouisand. But the.thousand
dollar mnan is under a conistant strain
to emulate his fifteen h:undred dollar
neiglhbcor and thle five thousand dollar
mlan tihe one with six or seven thou
sand, and so on all thte way up the so
cial scale. Between each grade of in
ce:d the one next above it there is
a pierpetual rivalry, stimiulatinig exes
sIve ex penditunrc. Ini older eou ntries
where rank amd position are fixed by
the accident of birth, this rivalry is
unknown. People, as the Catechism
enijoinis, learn to do their duty ini that
state of life unto whlich it has pleased
God to call thiem,i and only in excep
tional eases do tihey try to raise thenm
selves above It. Here, where every
lhi ng is tIluid and(lplastic, and where
nwnel can start with niothiing at 1S or un
to become millionaires at 4' or 5), no
such stagnaitioni is;i pssi b!e. "(On ward
:nil ulpward" is every\ one's miotti, andl(
wvhiil it isa good inc for the adhvanc y
ment oft the cotunitr ini wealth and
miatterialIi - pr eiity, it leads to a strug
Ile. nois inch for ex isten ce as for
posi t in, in which grreait nmnibers sue(
We were talking iver this subject in
the Eccene 'lub tile afternoon and
when I a lvanzced thle views I have
pr'Mented above I was gratified to find(
assent, tbut thant t hey we re even re
tgardedi as being too mnoderatciv ex
pressedl. h'eriimps it was because my
fri -nds. as well as amyselIf, belong to an
earlier epch.:nail cannot easily Lring
ouriselves ti liook at things with modern
cyes, but we alh agtreed that facility in
etin8 mioneyv anil redit, a wanit of
petoal knwlWedge of mien's circu-lz
stances. :iiii eSlpeially the p)revailing
teinec to extravaramn-e in livinig. :re
thle matin causes of banikrupteies.
As mioist cf uls, tin, were crtusty- oldl
hachelors, we wen t (on and declared
that the women of the day are prin
eihally tio b!:lm for this stateC of affairs,
thlou-:h. i: iioarse, we were canid c
enouTh to mnitt thlit the tien outz~
no(t to allow t.hemseices to be ruled by
the w~niea :i~ thic'v do. I 'ho not know I
much about the matter mvelf per
-onally, but, from what I hear and
read, the style of living which pre
vails in this city is perilous in the ex
trente to business solvency, and it re
sults mainly from the effortsof women
to surpass, or, at least, to equal ot
another in luxury and display. Lux
ury, as I said a few weeks ago, speak
ing of the New Year's ball, is a poten
force in developing wealth, but, like al
forces, it muet be controlled or it Wil
do mischief. Because Mrs. Astor ha:
splendid diamonds, Mrs. Vanderbilt
magnificent house, and Mrs. WVhitne%
a beautiful ballroom, or because SOii(
dozen or more other women in societ%
are able, like them, to indulge in fin
houses and dresses, wear brilliant jew.
els,and give sumpt uous entertainmeits
it by no means follows that all thei1
less fortunate aequaintatnees need striv(
to do the same. They do not, indeed
strive to do exactly the same
but t ihCy endeavor to Coie a
near to it as they possibly can, and
like the coachman who tried to se
how near lie could drive to the edge o
the precipice, a very slight error in cal
culation tips them over. Not ever:
woman undertakes to wear as ian:
diamonds as Mrrs. Astor or Mrs. Brad
ley Martin, nor to live in as fine house
as the \anderbilts and the \Vhitiiey.
nor to dress as richly and to give a
sumptuous entertainments as thes
millionaires, but she must have sont
diamonds, some Paris dresses, and giv
some handsome dinners and dances
All this her husband must earn th
inoney to pay for, and while he ma:
do it in a few years, he cannot do it it
all, and then arises the trouble whicl
fr. 'Micawber so graphically depiet.
and which ends in the bankruptcies, i
not worse, which happen so frequent
ly. A friend of mine, now dead, use
to manage things better. I remnemhbe
well how, when he had a good incon
he would set up his carriage, take
house at Newport, and entertain righ
royally. When a bad year canme th
carriage and horses were sold, th
house at Newport was given up. ani
the entertainments ceased. He iad
no secret of the reason, and whateve
else may be thought of his systenl
there was no impugning his honesty. I
every one in his position only ha
the moral courage that he had, it wouli
be better both for hiiself and for hi
As I read over what I have abov
written it occurs to me that I hav
either read or heard something like i
somewhere before, and I fear tha
many of my readers may have don
the same. No matter ! it is none thi
less true, and none the less useful, an
[ stand by every word of it. As Her
bert Spencer has ably demonstrated
the progress of all development is fron
a state of less complexity to one o
greater comp)lexity, and the law appie
to society as to everything else. A
present, there is too much uniformtit;
in people's manners and habits, an
too little individuality. As time roll
on and:we learn wisdomi by experienice
I hope to see the prevalent universa
striving ofeverybody to do exactly lik
everybody else replaced by a brave
effort to do the thing that each ont
can do best ; and the rivalry leadi ngt<
living beyond one's means suipplantet
by a rivalry leading to doiing the ut
most possible within one's means.
GOOD-BYE TO JL'TE.
An Augusta Lawyer Invents Machinery t<
Make Cotton Bagging Out of Cotton
Aut-s-r, G A., April :1l.-Willian
E. Jackson, a well-known lawvyer o
this city, has solved the jute bagging
problem that has agitated cotton cir
eles for so long. Jacksonlf has perfectec
mechanical appliances for manking bag
ging from cotton stalks, and lhe ha:
jtist returned froii New York wvithli
roll of bagging.
Expert cotton meni say that it is i:
every respect eqtual to cotton hagging
He will buy the bare stalks from th<
farms and can afford to pay about $:2:
ton laid down; An annual stalk vielt
will bale three years' cotton crop. Th<
machiniery comnprises heavy corru gatet
rollers, with vats of running water
carding machines aid bagging looms.
It is estimlated that ii making baggii
from cotton stalks two million dollars
an nually will be put into the pockets
of farmers fo-: what is now eleare<
from the fields at aii expense.
Augusta will be headquarters for the
cornpany's mill and oflices, whi.ch wil
extend fronm Virginia to Texas. Jack
son had the roll of bagging, whlich1 i
exhibited wvoven b:y the jute baggin
loomis of .1. C. Tood, at Patterson, N
J., anld he says that experts pronoune<d
it eqjual tol its jute rival. ( otton stall
bagging is less inflanmmable andl isoli
a shade dlarker than jute. ( otton cir,
eles here are jublilait.
A G.ood P'latfolrml for F'armeirs.
If the farmers will stand( flat-footed
oni the folllowving plat'ormi for the next
ninety days they will not be ashiamed
1. Six full days work every week.
2. Never wait for work to push yolu.
.Kill the 3May I rop of grass anld
wCCe1s dead before they hlave time to
claimi the field by peacealeI psses5
4. Loo)k carefully after thle feed,
healthI andt coi:f ort of youri Iwork ant
mals. RemieimLer t hat sore shoulders
and skin ned backs (It horses aind muIlles
imiileate careless and cruel mia.-ters.
5.Keel) tools ini good (rdecr andil have
lupliceates of such as are l ia ble to b:ca.~k
r wear oult.
". Never get ini atn aw fn i hurrv amtd
puish and rutsh and cavort around111.
uch imen general ly break dlown bII
fre the middle of the week.
7. Lay all yo ur plants several dayvs
head and always hayve a job really for
a wet spell. Never let your htaiids
now that you are wainting in pils
an I decisi'on. Tha t will miake th emn
jili terenit an 11 perhaps lazy.
-. A well cli ivated erop~ is mnuch
ilote iunIortanmt to yu thian political
iteet ings, wire pui ll ing Ican-uses andt
9. Work for the bige-: .vield to the
wtre you have ever miade.
10.~ Make your owni supjpliks ont the
VII' ref'i:I*, to u iw a
t ]iUa' ttt a ine( t"u i1. T ;
p,rt"paredt whe11m : ., ,,i.. :." 1: 4 -
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hae I e enl tak n t ut . a lil\'.
! I. Profe :.ion,v t: l'I q!r m(,;11n ".i
7 \I., hs tnci- ("!" d 1 1r" t
c e age ll lI , 1'1. IA' i.':11,
t _'. Af tewbhne at,; th d i:nsl m inth
drill[1(r (is te v itl'11 Ve!,r'1 u,t -ti \" t
e 1!irt' 1'AA. isiti i u A ''.I" l l' , iti or A l,\'a
t o \ i ,a y : ! l. i t"a ' '
, i1 i: IIrA!b le. ri
the th une 1! 'or i al' t 1oken . t1i\
f h -:. I' hAe er utfrn fA ronIv t an' ti!OAl
r :; \\h l e e,-i e i i
LA21:-n 4114 .41 the ha : ouii
hirudgg ists Lit wdyhima Bo orAN H bya
aliily,N tise fan fre fr-A-:1 '
moregil. J e:m~' B whock. SAVA thrNAH.A
I)4) Y'I" KNOW? VTHAT YOU
Can buy any article of
'C arpets, Mattings,
Windo w Shades, Lace
1>.\I;1 (ARI.UWEI C-CS,
3irrors, Pictures. Dinner sets, Tea
Sets, Chiannber" 'ets, MIattresses,
01inforts, Blankets, and a thousand
aii(l one articles needed in a house,
}; delivered at your depot at the same
Iprice that you buy them in Augusta:
I Carry Everything
vou need, and can quote you prices
ihat will satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar value for every dollar paid.
Special Offer No. 1.
To introdluce my b)usiness in every
neiglbwrl'ood in the qtuickest possi
ble manner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite coimplete, consist
ing of One Bedstea , full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stan(:. OWe centre Table,
Four caine seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth '>u, but to in
troduce my goods in your neighbor
hood at otnce I will deliver the above
suite at your R. R:., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash conies with the
I' E*Sl)I"S this Suite, I have a
grtat many other suites in Walnut,
Oak, P'opIlar, and all the popular
Swoods, running in price fronm the
capest up to humnureds ot olr
for a S-uite.
Special Bargain No.2.
I-. our elegamnt Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, wa.lnut frames, upholstered
in plush in popular colors, crims~on,
olive, blue, 01(d gold, either in
banded or in comibination colors.
T1his suite is sold for 84.4I. I
bouight a large in umber of them at
a bankrupt sale ini Chicago, hence
I will deliver this line plush suite
all charges paid by nme to your near
est R. JB. depot for 8:;:3.00N. Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and( styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
a a.walnut sping seat lounge, re
du(I'e(d fromii en'.4n to $7.0044, al freight
Special Bargain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking store
4trimmned upj conmplete for $11.540 all
ebIclarg,es paid to your (depot, or a 5
holue rangec with trimmuinigs for $l5.
Deie these I have the largi st
stoc ofcooingstoves in the city,
~ inling thne Gauze door stoves
an l Ianges and the (IHARTER
OA \RTO (vE~S with pateint wire
gauze (1o0rs. I am dlelivering these
sto\tes every where all freight
chairges paid at the price of an
orinaii ry stove, while they are fair
supe~rior to any oilher stoves made.
Ful nl par~ticuilar's by mail.
S1(44 ro!s of nmattinig 44) yds to the
roll 85.75 per roll.
1,000 (4(4ornice~ Poles 25ets. each.
1,0 WII \indlow Shades :2x7 teet on
spriroller and fringed at :;iJ ets.,
e.achi. Y on must payv your own
4freight on C'ormnice Poles, Window
S hades and Clocks- Now see here,
[ eainnot quote you everything I
hve grot in a store conutaininig 2,6004
feet of floo r roomi, besides its an
re andA f1( actory in aniother part
1of t he town. 1 shall be pleased to
send1 yon anlythinig above men
tiluned, onr will send my
Catalog.ue free if you wvill say you
saw this ad vert isemneint in TH E
Lrrn mi: h.\ Vi-sron, P'ulished at
N ewberry, 8. C.
N~o goods sent C. 0.1)., or oin con
s-imnentl. I refer you to the editors
and pubhers of tlhis paper or to
any biankinog conlcernl in Auausta,
or'to (lhe Soudithern Express ('Xu., all
of whom (in .mow me personally.
L F. PADGETT,I
Agua, -- Gieorgi a,
Pr prietor of Pad:le's Furii
tt:re st',ve, and ( arpebt Stoire-.
la tory , 11ar risoni St.
Christianity i. Truth. akai l:anda'1.
Froml the tuu Herald.]ir.
"Tov.ars ago." sail Mir..lohn P'.
.lilier. "1 hatppened"t to be in the rooltt
of the House ( o:llt!it;ee on Alpro
priatio)s talkinig with -everal of the
nienlbers of the coinniittee. Randall,
then ('hairtan of the comilittee, sat
inl his )lace at the head of the table
writing letters and apparently paying
11o attention to thc uiiversatioln. We
talked about tuanv subjects. and finally
drifted past pliilosoplly on to religion.
I said nothing on this latter subject,
but all the others expressed in turn
skeptical views of religion. Appa
rently Randall was not listening. but
when we got through he rose to his feet
in that niasterful way which made
him o itllprersive inl the House. his
face stern but Ibright, anl said in his
eiit leIiein, (' i rist iality is trut Ii.
The 1ii: ti who donu ts it discredits his
owni inrtelligeri-e. I haveex'aiiniied the
nmatter I, Inv-elf."
"I 1lilk I never heard anvtlling
Milore solerinl or ilpressive. -No oie
else h:1 a word to say. Randall waited
for a response, and seeing that none
was fortlworning, walked dlignitiedlV
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,
STEAM AND WATER;
PIPE AND FITTING,
BRASS AND IRON,
SAWS, FILES, CASTINGS.
A full stock of supplies, cheap and
Belting. Packing and Oil at Bottom
Prices, ait in stock for prompt deliv
REPAIRS PROMPTLY DONE.
6E0. R. LOMlRf 0 & O.,
FOUNDRY, BOILER AND MACHINE WORKS,
A BOVE PASSENGER DEPOT
AGENTS WANTEDXb i""a e
qiuick sales. Saiu ple tree. A rare oppor
tunity. (;eo...\. Scott.S-t2 rwaty, N. Y.
A -ent wate d It is a perfect
to vell Pintles. Win)terline.Sam
('lothies Lines: ple Iine sent by
no rnore cloth1es innil for 50., also
p in needd. itir .~0 tine by min l
hitttoh ihe hev- U .1.25 p repatid.
est :uad ilies! 1or irculars,
fa brcs wi houtpriee list,iL terns
not freeze to it acnd LESS CLOTHES
canot blo 1,rW'd LINE CO
17 Herma S 11 .. W1orcestr. .9Ina.'
Cle:: es ad beauties the hair.
P'romzi>tes a luxurint growth.
Never Fails to Restore G ray
H air to its Youthful Color.
MADE WITH BOILING WATER,
E P PS' S
MADE WITH BOILING MILK.
* PENNYROYAL PILLS.
... ed Cross Diamond Birand.
e a ly r e li a b e p i f rs a l . a r e d
su*e. n'.leT,ik rgga o ie in
WiiZb~erib aenoy"thAr. ene.
Cihichester Chemical Co., Madison Sq., Philada, P.
16 BROAD ST,, AUGUSTA, GA.
CRVES FREE EYE TESTS
for Presby Iop it-old sighIt,-\[yopia
near sigh t-.Iypera~opia-ftar sighit--,
Nimphle,(011~ Co nun and Mlixed Astig
mat3 l im-ir reautilar enIuv(ofthle ornea-,
An 11ismtrop'Iia-titjunial refraction of
twoc eyes--,andl Ast heniopia--weak sight.
Brokeni lenses replaced while you wait.
Rep ai ring of all k intds: Oeculists' Ire
Tlestiinoniials fronm Rev. Lainsing
Burrows, Rev. Wmii. F'. Cook, Rev. .J.
S. P atterson'I, Dr. .J . S. ('clemian, Dr. S.
P. Hufnt, D)r. V. (. Bitt, Dr. W. C.
WVardllaw, D r. 3ti. A. ( leeklewv. Robert
HI. MIay, Mtiyor, her Boyee, Po)stmal:s
ter. Patrick Walsh. President. "'Ani
gust a: Ch ron icle (Co." Also refers to the
eiltoi of this paper.
iAS. K. P B;6ANS, W.H. HUNT, JR
GOGGANS & HUNT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
O1iice on Law Rang
H.u:1:1 11. I L'-:.\. C -: LI . L it.E. ,L.
Newetry d Frsprity, S. C.
ce-Ilooilis 3 and ; over the ;;tore
o1 iwith & Wearn.
G. G. SALE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
V I LL. lt\.cTIC'E in ali the(c'mirt:
o'' the state and of thet- 'nited
States for the D)istric"t of '4(uthi Caro
Oiree in 'Iollohon Iow, o)ppoite the
Court houtse, New erry. S. C.
1-:.\1: M I . . I . ( t\ 1 ..\l'E' 1:''-\ 1;1
Repairing a Speeialty \.
LL work dti tone w,iih net": elst-! :I:id dli
1 Itatchl. P:ainttut c("1 , -e"(i.d wtithl the
bun s . W c a-:ll sp I :t' tl a1t":tt .- t . (,nt ll'u
stock hjls., tIh e .:h,d a r watt.-rl,r(t.
:51oc(k lti:1(:ik ", (atf utilll (":ht"d i'>" by town
erS. W e"( a:"n- iy -t,lit"it thie It I-r e of
olr frit nd. : ii ti e I u lilli( :aI i ti:t
L\CtORI)l N ( ~1 illl: 1 RUl1(
L+CCvORDIN(: TO THiE I;uLE
in.trodueed by ) r. Mt: lows the great
horse doctor. Twen ty three puoilts
to prevent, coltlraeolin (of the heel or
corns, and by siotinl% oni this rule if
the horse has coitraction of the ieel
it will eur"e himl. It alo p;IutsIthe In>r e
ill a natural psitioll on his ftet. No
iuatl cann Show a llorse corr(eetl\" ulless
lie works biv this rule. No other IlIack
silithi ill .'wlerry follows this rule.
Briiig u r a. hiorses to illy shop.
E. 1H. PIll LiIPS, Si1.
ILEY W. FANT,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c.
POO J: EILIARE P00M .
I HAVE FITTE) UPTHE ROOMS
over my Saloon and will on1 'the
1st of November open a
Good cooking and all seasonalie luxu
ries served in first-class style. I't,lite
attention to all.
COME AND SEE ME.
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COLtUMIA AN) (HE!":NvIILLE DIvisioN.
Condensed Schedule-In.ettect April 13th, 181;0
(Trains run on 75th Meridian time.)
NORT1iBOUND.- No. No. No No. No.
54 56 50. |58 6
A P 3
Lv h'h:rle,ton ......... 7 ..... .... ......
Lv < lur bi:i.......... 11 (5) 5 45 ..... ...... ......
A lston. ......... ...... i1 - 6 42 ........................
Y I I i
U nion .... . .. . ...... ....... . . . ........ ........
Ar rta::burg ...... .... ... ..............
T ryo. ................... 4 4 . ...... ......
S . luda.............. 5 a ....... ........ ........ ........
F:at 1rock........... 5 . ..
I l e ilerso ......... . 6 1 ....... .... . .... ......
A shrvi ille............ 7 U( .............. ..... ......
Hot Springs........ 4 ..... .... .... .......
Ponwria ............. 12 1 7 (00 ..... ......
P,ro perIiy ......... 12 7 2'........ A 1 .......
Lv Newherry.. ......... 12 . 7 40 7 35........
..O H vi!e............. .... 8 45....... ................
(1:iiton .................9 : .
Ar La ur< -.....................
Lv Ni nety-Six......... 2 1 ...... ... 8 53
G reen wood......... 23 ........A3,l914P M
I lod-rea ........ ...... Jn_i ........ 9 45 9 3.s12 15
Ar Abbevilie . ....... ::50 ....... 10 5 ........ i1 05
Beiton ...... .......... 4 (" ...... 10 40 10 .30 ..
Lv lk-l1oi ................ 4 1 ....... ........ 10 45 ........
\Villini sti n ...... 4 2' ....... 11 02 ..... ......
Pelzer................. 4 :. ........11 U .... .......
l'ied ino it............ 4 4, ..... 11 2> ...............
Ar Greenville.......... 5 1: 0 ..... 12 05; ......
Ainderson............ 4 41 ..... ...... 1 10........
Seiieca ............ 6 3( .... ...
W alhalla........... 7 01 ..... ... .... ......
A tla n ta.. ............ 10 4' ........ ........ ........ ........
suUTHLOCD ."No No. No. No. No
55. 37. 51. 59., S.
Lv WaIha1la........ ................
Seneca................. 8 )4 ............
Aiderson........... 10 :3 .. 3 30.
Greenville.......... 9 15 ........10..
Piednm ont........ 5 ..... .
Pelzer..... .......... 10 12 ........ 1 .
Ar W illiai ston....... 10 ...... 3 1
A r Ielto ................. 1 3 ....... 3 40 3 .
Lv Belton................. 10 5 .. 4 0
1P 31 P 1
ar Abbeville............ 10 5) 4 1 s u . 240
Lv Ilodes... ....... 11 55 4 50 9 3 4 1 .50
(ireenwood... .......12 14 ........
Lv Ninety-Six .......... 1 0 A 1 4
Laurens............ ..' 6 00
Clinton..................... 6 34
(oldville .......... ........
Ar Newoerry............ ' 41 7 5 00.
Lv Prosperity........... 3 2 8 l .
I'omaria............. 3 22 8 - .
Hot Springs........ 7 3( ........
A:heville........... 9 1. ........
Hendersonville. 5s .......
Fla t Rock........... I 10 ........
Sa luda................ 10 3, ........
Tryon .........1 24
Spartanbu ...... . 11 4 ... .....
Xi r Cn ion .......... 1 -. .....
Ariston.......... 0 % 4
Ar Columbia........1 0 9 50
A ugnsta...-..... 9 ' U ...
No- 5, ;. * .d ~ ., .an 531 ....... e ......
D. ARWEL, i A Pass P M.
Nomn.5,icln .->u5d.5.5, Jand6h 59,ail xtX
Lunda.1aneTLin wrillsru4 asd5 daolyo ue
ween olumbat andAilstn.D):xcp
undaybetWeAst >nDand renv): e
D.r CA rWton.700v Passn. A6rt.
TO AND FROM CAMETN.
)ep art Columbia.........0U4 a m...52pm
)ueCharldesto.............11 3a pm...93p
Wot Die eptDa unday:
)epart Chamdestn........ 7 0p m... 1
)ue Columbia............705 4p m...05
TO AND FROM AiDENA.
)epart Col umbIa...... 9 002apm
)ue Camdn..........1 25 a p m I25
ouh (ai! e(cetiluday)
lae art Uno eo,Columbia........64 , m..... Co7p
WiiadG estvll (Dailrodbytai:~
ivie atolu4 ia. ...........ar0 d3arm.....1 a5 p29
.im. A No with C:harlotte, Coluna bla and
ugusta Railroad by same train to and from
11 poinlts on both roads to and from Char
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m at 5 I0 p. mn., and leaving Coiambia at
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Pa--eigers by tL.ese trains take Supper at
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At Charleston with steam ers for New Yorkr,
nd 'on Tuesdtays and k ridays with steamer
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.iver; also wit h: Charleston and Savannah
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ui ts ini Florida.
A tA ugu-rra with Georgia and Central Rail
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!!.MINST3N, COL.UMBIA & AU6USTA RAILR DAD
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
DATED July 12th, 1885. No. 4K No. 40.
r. Wilmington..........s 20 x. M. 10 10 P.r
v. L.Wacamaw..........942 "1117 "M,
v. M1arion...............11 36 " 1240A.
rrive Florence.........1225 " 1 15"
" sumter............4 34 A. M. 4 34 "
" Columbia..........6 40 " 6 40 "
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
No. 43. No. 47.
r.Columbhia................. 95. P.x
rive Sumter................ 1155 ',.
ave Florence........... 4 110 P M. 5 07A. N
.L. waccamaw ..........14 " 7 44"
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