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0M UPTS COUCH OR COLD
BRONCH:TeS Tm fetc
SCR'"1' L A Wa ste of Ee h
r any 3Xsease where the Throat and Lungs
are Inftamcd, Lack of Strength or Nerv
poer, you can, be reieced and Cured by
PURE COD LIVER OIL
PALATABLE AS MILK.
2for Scott's Emursion. and let no C -
nOat o. or solcitation induce yo* to
accep! a substitutC.
S)1t by all Dru<jgisfs.
- ": B TTt EOWE,ChemIsts, N.Y.
te\ .ork H:erald.]
The1 :t. . a rag A :nerican is a unique
anima. Heo -is peculiarities which
seemt to indicate a .ivergent species of
the genus homio; marked characteris
tics wh- a him apart from bis
kilu ; ('Q o:fln? which renders
him ventues_ me" ; a dash, an audacity
and an envi::nn:nt wi-eh force him
disrE,::1d tradit1ons and conven
tio=alii a make hin some
thing o 'an anoialy.
He is the busiest and most ambi
tious creature on this planet is posi
tive in his belies and daring in his
enterprise has never learned the
meaning of 'he word "inpos:ible,"
and is simv a:Igered and roused by
His great n:i:a: tune is over-cere
bratiou. iis brain seethes, boils, bub
bes. e is imPatin, wants the rail
road train to t; :e! :iftY miles an hour
without stoping, rives his horses
and himsei; at top speed, thinks noth
ing of a niillion, b:t aims at a million
million, and secures as much of that
aggregate as he can, is charmed with
Ightn In because it always "gets
tbere,'' and with t:e rolling thunder
because it m.ean.s business. He ad
mires success so much that he doesn't
ask any qustttis as to how it was
achieved: is conservative in religion,
but wouil like to have it confine itself
to the limits of Sunday, and notin
trude zoo famiilarly into the affairs of
HeI is in an everiatug hurry, whit
ties out his :ians for the future wvhile
prted to be asicep in the cradle,
and at Last Uflmps out of the world as
-' though he had recived a telegram
from the Celestial City to come at
This mode of life tells on him. His
hot bii makes the hair drop and his
e-1a.' rawl2ile resemh1!es a billiard
b ll with two fiery sparks for eyes. He
- disdaims a wig because he is so engaged
in constaut thought that he might get
it on wrong end or in the scurry of
business migt~ slip it round until the
prr runs fro:n ear to oar. He hates
to look rid iculous and so goes bald
rather than trust to the possible disas
ters wh!eh fa:se h:nr entails.
-The stimulus which keeps him at
h'gh pressure is in the air. The coolest
blooded man catc-hes the epidemiie of
rush and in spite of himself becomes
breathkss with excitement. A for
e'gner who so phlegmatic that he only
wiked on:ce a day strolled down
BroadwaLy, awhile since, looking into
the wind)wsi. The crowd jostled him.
G~raduauiy lie caught the infection, be
camne re-iiess and began to hurry. He
felt like a race horse on the track and
s ruck a terrific grait. He had nothing
to do, was a gci leman of leisure with
tLe whole day before him, but the
mul ititude by puotized him. He want
eto go some&where, any where, and
to get there ri;:ht af. At last he
brough: up at the Fultou ferry, was
bound:o b th.-rius on board, tipped
over a o :pe -,-:oman's stand but
coulna sp ' remedy the misfor
tune, ede lia vay- o the front of the
boat, g::z*d at Broe'klyn as Columbus
did at the new found land, jutnped
hoentirel ou 't of breath and sud
den' v oe red that be had noth
in to 1aa: had teent doing it at a
I: a :ear the crowd, the gen
er. ba:c e:e.rne and rivalry wvhich
were sun m: :1.1 -ent him to bed for
nomse a :a::2,lie was in a
We g: a 3 : thu 1iud' of life and
da 'ree. th : that we are
lik a on:greic::, that the body is
a:say .re w ith smo ke, ilamnes,
era : r-:i ra:d a Dakota blizzard
w.w.....r..w.. and w:e are as cross as
le rs orinu:ctisn,a:n the Lord
b y - -isyw!:ospe asto. us ; or
a su a :r enfrced idleness
S:. eire to break
th'"r0 :--:o paa:d . orapolexy,
e, we ra omof th procession
a::a en a hancee to go
a this country is
to u= that wve wouild
a av be tsm ess pit to grab
t e a : t of falling in.
WVe a anrand too
:a p a surplus
- aea chance
a: 5i ihain it is
- ad leiture.
-'''' uIUch of it is
doo ' enough, take
: en appnetite
- cant trd the
a want1 to live
o t.ke all thle
sig. A3 heie to) be a man than to
'e aamere monev cask, and a thousand
.times b-etter to spend some of your
eanng n yourseif than leave it all to
yur childrea, who wmI probably buy
a toboggan withx it and slide to the
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THE NEW APPORTIONMENT.
How It Afrects the Representation in Con
gress and the Electoral Vote.
[From the Brooklyn Eagle.]
While the Apportionment bill is gen
erally regarded as a compromise, there
can be no doubt that it does injustice
to several States, including New York.
Under its provisions the total member
ship of the House of Representatives
after March 4, 1S93, will be 356, an in
crease of 24 over the present number.
No State loses a Representative. One
member each is gained by thirteen
States, two each by four States, and
three by one State. This table illus
trates the gain by States:
STATE. number. number Gain.
Arkansas............. 50 1
Colorado ...........1 1
Georgia ...............10 11 1
Massachusetts......12 13 1
M ichigan.............11 12 1
M issouri ..............14 15 1
New Jersey ........ 71
Oregon...... ..1 2 1
Pennsylvania .....28 2
Texas .............1 13 2
Washington......... 1 1
Wisconsin 10 1
Of the twenty-four new members,
fourteen go to the West. 'Nebraska's
quota of three is doubled. Minnesota
and Illinois gain two each. One each
is added to California, Colorado, Michi
gan, Oregon, Washington and Wiscon
sin. The South profits by the increase,
but not so much as the WVest. If Mis
souri be counted a Southern State, that
section gains a total of six seats. Four
of these go to Alabama, Arkansas,
Georgia and fissouri, and the remain
ing two to Texas. In the Middle
Statts Pennsylvania gains two and
-New Jersey one. Massachusetts, with
an addition of one, is the only New
England State that shows a change.
These changes will exert an impor
tant, though not a decisive bearing on
the electoral vote. Under the exist.ing
apportionment that vote is 401. Under
the new bill there will be 444 memberes
in the Electoral College, requiring 223
to elect. The gain in electors by States
is as follows:
STATES. number. number. Gain.
Alabama...... 10 11 1
A rkansas......7 S 1
California......S 9 1
Colorado.........3 4 1
Connecticut.....6 6t "
Florida........... 4 4
Georgia . 2 13 1
Illinois ... 21_4 2
Indiana ....... 1. .5
Kansas .9 10 1
Kentucky. 1 13
Louisiana.......... 8 1 1
Ofate twnyfu ne emes
Miuota 9he sduld 2inst
Mn ississippin tw 9ah Oeec
isdeou California, Coordo Mihi
Nega, Orgn asigo an 3icn
sNorThe aointh proit byteinrae
btNot Dsotauch.. th 3et fMs
Orgto toTxa.I th 1idl
Statsylvanisa 30 gain 2w n
REn sland.at4ta 4hw hne
oth Dlcoaot. 4 Une4heitn
apportionment 12tvoei 40 .de
Verbma..........4 40 1
Arginias.... 12... 7 12
Westlif r inia..... .. 8
Wooahngo....... 3 4 1
Wontiu.. 36 0 .
Fota.........4 4 24
Ifori....... 12 Stte 3hol voea
thesasepublicans.. wol hae0 elc
torstucy..... 174f 3h Deoras a ..pb
Loiianao....... .8 3 -
Daine.......s 6azn fo Feruryi
cotryad........ man beui8 an
bMesomac lustte the leain aril
ines othav married. int th nls
Misisssipc ...... Modn as R--et r
MIstryi........... ll6 and prfsl
illurated. T...... Potri Galr 3h
NwordHamoushr cosmtincr 4 i
Ner ersey..... oer Koch an 1Voe
ne orn....... how to prpr and
servesh alna. entrtinen soast
hvegotn ......-..d fom. Al 1h e
Piensvasiusual, are crode wit
Rhodet oImely... ineet an -- fc
Sth ubCroina... to Deoes' Fail
Tea ns ......e......a.az1nes5in
Vermont............ y need it u
ishini ........ Je nig 1em ret--.
Weast 1irginiaeet. Ne York.
Toala.......4, Dumb Chil
thevaer and Aguiore, voedind88
Tos toduc orte emcrats,ral Repub
Demioret's gie or nerar wish
apitl beneu. A Deaml meficive,
they second fub-e icure, iosald.it
potriof BRhe . Prcesso ls an
hergsb duhtrs and the Aeianeau-A
aisLtrc.ikibMold.igas Rel~ad oAr
Inuty satsial anTrfsl
whispers heard. Com
sir.sssagewonernea. wraeae seekerrecessass.
TH E SP'iuNG 31EETING
Of the State Agricultural and Mechanical
Society Heid Last Night.
Columbia Record, 5h 1i nstant.]
The annual spring meeting of the
South Carolina Agricultural and Me
chanical Society was held in Agricul
tural Hull last night and there were
about fifty members of the society from
all parts of the State present. The ses
sion consumed about two hours, but
most of the time was taken up in the
consideration of a matter to which the
majority of the members attached no
President E. R. _lelver, of Darling
ton, occup d the chair and Secretary
Holloway occupied his u-ual place.
(ol. J. B. H umbert, as president of
the finance committee, read the annual
report of the secretary and trensurer,
showing the expenditures and receipts
of t he last fair, and reported that they
had been carefully examined and found
Mr. Shelor, of Kershaw, offert d a set
of resolutions looking to ti-e better
grading and classification of stock at
the Fairs. They were referred to the
executive committee with power to
Secretary Holloway read a commuii
cation from the Columbia Pho:'phate
company, ofl'ering two premiums, $200
first, and Slu0 second, for the largest
crop yield made with the fertilizers
made by that company on five acres of
land, and exhibited at the next State
Fair. The communication states that
the company would like to see the sys
tem increased and open to any and all
companies, and suggested that all the
phosphate companies contribute and
offer three prizes-l,000 first, $500 sec
ond, $250 third-under similar circum
stances. The company thought this
would cause a much larger use of fer
It was moved to refer it to the execu
tive committee with power to act, and
after considerable discussion the offer
was accepted and referred to the execu
tive committee with instructions to ar
range the rules of contest.
Then Mr. J. E. Watson, of Marion,
who claims that he has ten cattle dif
ferent and superior to any in the whole
world,:came to the front with his time
worn complaint about the society not
offering special premiums and estab
lishing the "Watson" class of cattle.
For over three-quarters of an hour dis
cussion without any visible object con
tinued, and Col. R. A. Love, of Ches
ter, moved that a committee of three
be appointed to visit the Watson farm,
at the expense of the society, and ex
amine the breed of-cattle. If they were
what Mr. Watson claimed, then they
shuould be put forward. Trhis motion
was almost unanimously voted down.
The matter was finally left in the
hands of the executive committee.
The following new members of the
society were nominated and unani
mously elected: William Stackhouse,
Little Rock, Marion County; C. K.
Singleton, Acton, and G4. A. Goodwin,
A beautiful young lady became so
sadly disfigured with pimples and
blotches that it was feared she would
die of grier. A friend recommended
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which she took,
and w as completely cured. She is now
one of tbe fairest of the fair.
IP TOtiR BACK ACHES,
Or you are all worn out, really good for noth
ing, it is geeral debility. Try
BRO WY' IRON BITTERS.
It will cure you, cleanse your liver, and give
a good apPetite.
is s e he prrin iesa
p vsca, n e H. P. I a . ellenti eobntirer,
eo s , to age o r ry Saon a and e rl sar -
1t i.,a. eo. Ahni lmlCoaRIAt.MT
Lde warh- e -u byte pwonerfuantonweosnbloodm
censling propO.-rut of. '. P.P., Pricily Ash, PuCe IRout
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
Druggists, Lippman's Block,. SAVANNA H, GA.
men. T.A 2O- Grand St. eL oi
IRE, Cones ANDTraos
Your patronage is solicited.
BURTON & WILSON, Agents.
Newberry, S. C.
ARCATRCured. Write for samrpie FRE
LAUD IEBBACH COMPANY,
&ildren Cry for Picher's Castoria
4 0- -
Is an in>lammation of the bronchial tubes
the air-passages leading into the lungs.
Few other complaints are so prevalent, or
call for more prompt and energetic action.
As neglect or delay may result seriously,
effective remedies should always be at
hand. Apply at once a mustard poultice to
the upper part of the chest, and, for internal
treatment, take frequent doses of
C. 0. Lepper, Druggist, Fort Wayne, Ind.,
writes: "My little sister, four years of age,
was so ill from bronchitis that we had almost
given up hope of her recovery. Our family
physician, a skilful man and of large experi
ence, pronounced it useless to give her any
more medicine, saying he had done all It was
possible to do, and we must prepare for the
worst. As a last resort, we determined to
try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and I can truly
say, with most happy results. After taking
a few doses she seemed to breathe easier,
and, within a week, was out of danger. We
continued giving the Pectoral until satisfied
she was entirely well. This indisputable
evidence of the great merit of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral has given me unbounded confi
dence in the preparation, and I recommend
it to my customers, knowing it cannot disap
"Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured me of a bad
cough and my partner of bronchitis. I know
of numerous cases in which this preparation
has proved very beneficial in families of
so that the medicine is known among them
as 'the consoler of the afflicted."'-Jaime
Rufus Vidal, San Cristobel, San Domingo.
"A short time ago, I was taken with a
severe attack of bronchitis. The remedies
ordinarily used in such cases failed to give
me relief. Almost in despair of ever finding
anything to cure me, I bought a bottle of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was helped
from the first dose. I had net finished one
bottle before the disease left me, and my
throat and lungs were as sound as ever."
Geo. B. Hunter, Altoona, P.. *
Ayers Cherry Pectoral,
DR. 1. C. AYE" & CO., Lowell; Mass.
Sold by li Druggiste. Price $I; six bottles, $.
REV.SAMI P. JONES
REV. i. B. HAWTHORNE
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT
The following is an extract from a letter writ
ten by the World Renowned Evangelist:
I returned from Tyler, Texas. on the 1th
inst. I find my wife has been taking Royal
Germetuer to the GREAT UPBUILDING of
er physical system. She is now almost free
from the distressing headaches with which she
as been a MA RTYR for twenty vears. Surely,
t has done wonders for her ! I WISH Ev EltY
POOR SUFFERING WIFE HAD ACCESS TO
Rev J B. Hawthorne, Pastor First Baptist
hurch. Atlanta. Ga., was cured of a long stand
ng case of Catarrh. His wife had been an In
ral id from nervous headache. neuralgia, and
rheumatism FOR THIRTY YEARS. scarcely
aving a day's exemption from pain. After
aking Royal Germnetuer two months. he writes:
"A more complete transformation I have never
witnessed. EVER SYMPTON or DIsEAsE HAs
DIsAPEAaED. She appears to be twenty years
neath chld We have persuaded mny o our
frivnds to take the medicine, and the testimrony
f all of them is that it Is a great renmedy.
women. It builds up the strength, increases the
ppetite, aids digestion, relieves them of the
ause of diseae, and insre health.ats,Nu
ralgia. Paralysis, Insomnia. Dyspepsia. I ndl
reto,Pliation, Liver, Bladder and Kidney
Disase Chllsand Fevers, Catarrh, all Blood
and Skin Diseases. Female Troubles. etc.
Prole the price has been reduced from $?5. to
.50 per concentrated bottle,* which makes one
gallon of medicine as per directions accompa
nying each bottle. For sale by the
ATLANTIC GERMETUER 'CO. Atlanta, Ga.
and by Druggists. If your Drugst can nos
supl you, It can be sen hyepeus,serf
cates of wondlerful cures, etc.
How do you spend Sunday? Do
OU commence a journey on that
ay? Or ifthe trip is a long one
o y ou start, o ff Saturday evening?
o you spend part of the precious
ay reading the Sunday newspaper.
itb its scandal and gossip? Is it
te day to go to a dinner party, or
r give one. Is it the day t >drive
ut to get the fresh air? Is it the
ay you visit, or are known to vour
alling frienrds to be "at home" on
bat dav? Do you open and answer
usiness letters on that day? Do
ou prefer novels and magazines to
te one Book? Do secular affairs
nd society topics form the st aple
f conversation? Exodus 20: S
eads, "Remember the Sabbath day.
o keep it holy." D >we reme~m ber?
Do we keep it holy, as G od han com
anded? Let each one' oxmine
is own heart and an aw. r-nl i u.
World's Fair Pudlding.
The composer of the following recipe
or World's fair plum pudding has
2osen a name for it that should make it
One pound each of currants, raisins.
uet chopped fine, and brown sugar; one
d a half large loaves of baker's bread
~rated fine, without crust; ten eggs,
hites and yolks beaten separately:
hree nutmegs, half a pint of brandy,
ne wineglass of wine. Mix suet, bread,
raisins, currants, a pinch of salt, nut
negs and brandy over night. In the
orning moisten with a little milk.
Just before putting on to boil add sugar,
ggs and wine; work well together, put
a floured cloth, leaving room to swell;
irop in boiling water and boil steadily
or four hours.-New York Herald.
A Maryland plum pudding, warranted
> keep a year, is made from six pounds
seeded raisins, six pounds of brown
gar, four pounds of currants, six
unds of stale oated bread, six pounds
suet chopped very fine, six pounds of
ggs, two pounds of citron, six table
poonfuls of flour, half a pint of wino,
ailf a pint of brandy, three nutmegs
d a little mace and salt. Mix all well,
Lt it stand over night and divide into
welve parts; tie each in a coarse cloth,
lunge into boiling water and boil four
aours; expose then to the sun for two or
:hree days with the cloths on and when
Iry hang in a cold room. They will
keep a year. When wanted for use put
into boiling water with the same cloth
a and boil for one and a half hours.
ew York Herald.
Delicious Peanut Candy.
Shell your peanuts and chop them fine;
measure them in a cup and take just the
ame quantity of granulated sugar as
~ouhave peanuts. Put the sugar in a
sllet or spider on the fire, and keep
moving the skillet around until the sugar
dsolved; thenput-in the peanuts and
pour into buttered tins, Thfs is deli
Dious,and so quickly made:-P hildr
-F r3r1 --
T. Q. BOOZER'S.
M,WE M M i
Cheaper than Ever Before
Offered in Newbery.
IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN
GIVE ME A CALL
AND I ASStRE POLITE ATTEN
TION AND THE
FOR THE MONEY.
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Thos Q. Boozer.
ALL PEisN' IN 1 El TiE;) TO
the h:ctt ti.mI of JI. Rt. (Grecn &Co.,
either ly ntt("e or" tC'ecounttt, noiU t ,ttle
the saoetu:t i ce. The nott s:,nd ae
"ount- are in mzty hansl for .t i on
Call ai: arrange the same at (ne:.an4
save rouble a :d eX n-Ite.
U. L. S:H "M PERT,
R a c o rtw
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LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
FRE F011 EYEW
T HE GRE AT 30UT HEA
Ci Agents make $25 to
SEND SIX NAMEFS FOR
FIVE neighbors, and Sample Copies of lTh
S "NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIE
C ONSTITUTION every week is the best
th Besapt of space preven.s olrin
Sduring the coming year:
JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS,
Of "Uncle Remus" Celebrity.
Rev. DT. DeWT iA'eMAGE,
PLUNKETTF Letters, "b.y Sarge"
The "Georg:ia Cracker,"
FRANKi L. STA'TON,
Whose Chamn $hrt ~toric hav a Nat
The SouthDr.nus Pr minezit Agricultural
E. W. BARRETT,
Our Special Washintrten Correspondent.
Mrs. Wmn. K IN G.
The Editre.s of Won's King<om and our
will bI eyuour want The southern Fat
3, Mrs. W. H. Felton,
Dairying, by J. F.
Horticulture, by S. A. 4
Poultry, by HI.
And more thian 100 of
Special Writers in Amt
-Commissioners of Agi
printed in bleand o]
of bu7- i : h .. Cah
ili lllto d he. d h C1 i\ tc!It)ltti by3
Dr. :n i: te. <m 1- ::1<1 :-treet,
Wtwo tl"r bl th ' .srver c(llee.
Weeler l i . th.:r ' g . tI(
li: 1-inO:-. '.t l .:i: . -h . }) i )11 :k
'4 i' -. t '.
Iiof (;rg:n. Itl! f..r .';iuI ii;lled at
[e l il a i (. ii - C 1 ! li l: llle -
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ia"I beoLprhen :> r-:0" onl
-ID. 11. WiiElLER.
To cure B:housness, Sick Headache, Consti
pation, Maiaria, Liver Complaints, take
the safe and certain remedy,
rse the S) ALL Size (40 little Beansto the
bottle). 'i HEY Atm THE MOST CONVENIENT.
Sucitatolo or all Agef.
Price-of either size. 25e. per Bottle.
S in " " f"PHOTOGRAVURE
AT*I" UPANEL SIZE.
-.;- jfror 4 en. (coppers or stampe,.
1.F.SMITH&CO.Mer:crtl mAsas 'ST.tOUIS MO.
C P"mT^ W. . D uglas Shoes ar
.U L ULO warranted, and every pail
has his name and price stamped on bottom.
W. L DOUCLAS
$3 4~ q 0FOR
Fine Ca. and Laced Waterproof Grain,
The C:eelience and w.arinz on:.iU!esof this sho(
cannot be better shoven thn by the .trong endorse
mentaof it; tbousand; of constant wearers.
S .CO (enuine H:and-sewed. :n elegant anc
.:vlis! :e Sh"e which comlends Itself
S .CO Iland-Mewed Welt. A tine calf Sho<
- unetqualil for :vle am1u durability.
S .50 (oodyear Wet i the stand.:rd dres:
Snee, at a popular price.
S3.50IPnile rnn's S.oe i.esnecially adaptec
for r:t.;::3 mtr.en. iarmers, eac.
All m:tade mn Congress, l:utto.n and Lace.
$3&$ 2 SHOES LAIES,
have bwon most favorably rcived 'ince Introduce'
ant the recent i:nprovremerts mna!e them superio
to any shces sol i at t. pr.ces.
A.k your Itea!er, an-1 if :e e:n:o supply you send
direct to factory en. : advcrtised price, or 2
postal for order bhanki.
W. L. DOt('GLAss. Brockton. M1ass,
TILLMAN ET S THAR
A N\I> S(1 1 1,-: .LO\.!.+:\IN .
in ta ex C i:z.0e so Ip o _~et": +,:t- '.b, K nlt
t - L' ion . r - t i 'ap r Ii- for
ets: Six:-spools Thl :i :"i , 2 ',:,all or
large l.ox .\t::-on Ub i*.* 5 ets: Ch'ect
Blaek ic I '1rw- ., ,at1 ':5 et -: .\l i:tes 2.l c -10e
44ood 500.ad spielie'.l N. 4 . : e pr ::n!Ib..
l)rv 41.>o -:. , ceri . : -:. -. I I Nof Iotl
T 4neo ''maii, Goods, Itrdware, E tc.a
J. S. .RUSSELL.
FA~kJ.ofr &ST oceFA T il .omd gD
tt.i.:nI.a , le 4)IIf oo)n r.. 2 -.e. !. I b i-n:! r,' an.
Abinle ur.fad1;ne If('' TI:::." 'Yi:-:NT .- S ;n . dr.y.
Men tafttlt kozc 5;) S t : ' .g: & -.'ri; h --tth .
Desrpii e . ex~ a t :e. -* . r m:. d .1,e fresa.
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ITHE ORIGIN.C. AND GENUINI
Lais,2 4 -i or c e.-t-r a B
4 4c in :n., 9:-:.-1rr,':' Ias watimonia
30,0040 -.re i.i:,. None j'zer.
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COLUMBIA AND GREENVILLE DIVISItN.
Condn:ised Schedule-In effect Feb. 1st, 189.
(T rains run by 75th Meridian time.)
No.' No. No.; No.
NOR TlBOUND. 1.' 15. !9. ,17. 141
A V, iP h
Lv t'harleston ......... 7j .... ........ - - .--.
Ar Colu,nbis............ 11 00. ;. ... ..... - -
Lv Colun:0ia.. ......... 11 (X) 6 u .................
A ist on................ 12 13 6 .S............. .....
P.M ........ ............. .....
Ar spartauburg ...... 3 i5 ..... .... ....... -.
Tryon.................. 5 46" .......... . ....M.. .
Saluda. ............ 6 24 ................ .....
Flat Rock........... 6 5 ....... ..... ............
Henderson.......... 7 7 .... .......... ...
Asheville...... 8 00-.-. ----- ---t
Hot Spie ........ 8 4. ........ ........ .--. --....
P M .... ....... ...... ......-.
Pomaria.......... ....12 31'
Prn perity.. .. 12 . , 13'......A M .....
Lv Nrewberry...........1 1 733. 20?.
G",ldv i i le........ 7 47 .... 7 40 .....
l'l:nton. ............ 84... .....
Ar Laurcn............. 9 1 ..
P M -945 ........ .... .... ...
Lv Ninety-Six......... 2.50 . .... 8 57
Green wood.......:s 1.3 ....... ..... 9 _ ----
Hodges.... ... 4V 3 : ........ A M 9 45 P M
Ar Abbeviiie.. ...4 15 4 15 5:35.... 10 25 12 15
Bel ton ...... ......... 4 30 6 15 .1045 1 05
Lv P.elton.................:..... .. 10 5 1 0...
W illiam ston ...... 4 5- ........ 11 17....-- .-. -
Pelzer ................. 5 0j........'11 25 ....... ........
Piedmont......... .. 5 11 ........ 1 2 .. .......
Ar Greenville.......... ti 00...... 12 15i ... .....
Anderson............ 5 20 ............. i11 T .....
1P -ndle ton........... 6 i5 ....... .... ............
Seneca. . 7 lo' ...... ........ ..........
Lv Seneca . ............ ...... . .
Ar Walhalla.. 8 0.5.. ..... .
AIl4 nta.. ............ 12 0l....... .. . .. ... ....
'No. No." No. No. No
OUTHBOUND. 11. 16.' 10. 18. 40.
Lv Walhalla............ 8 30 ........... ...........
Seneca................ 9 o ..... ....
Pendleton . 9 .37.............. I .....
Andersor............ .0 15,................ 3 551
Greenville ........ ?u9 ....... 2 'O ................
Piedmont.........' 1010..... 335 .............
Pelzer................. 0 l....... 3 53 .... .....
Ar Willian.ston....... 10 1:, ....... 4 00 ........ ......
A r Belton................ .. ... 4 25 .....
Lv Belton........... ..... 11 05 4 40.
Ar Abbeville......4 40i10 5a 1 1 8-60 4 40 1 .0
L.v Hodges ........5 2511 4t 4 50 9 311 5 31 2 40
G reen wnod......12 3.. ...... 5 53'.....
L r i N:nety-Six ....... ;: A M ........ 51 ........
L:.urens........ .... 700 .... ........
Clinton ...................... 7 31 .....................
Ar Newberry.......... 3 1u 8 45 ... 7 17 .....
Lv Pre lperity......... 3 4u 9 i ... 7 33 ....
Polo aria............. 4 10 9 2......
Hot Spiings........ 8 :32 ..................... ......
A' heville .........10 101....... ............. ......
Hende:sonville.:11,1 .... .......................
Flat 1A ek........... 11 1 ..... .... .... ........
Saluda. .... i4
"alu a.............. 11 4... ........ ........ ........ .......
Tryon ..............12 :_............... ......... .......
Spartan burg .... : .....
Ar Union................ 51
Alston.. . 4 4.5 9 4 1 ...
A r Colum bia............5 10 ...
A uguirlsta........... 5 .*.
:1ug st . .'. ..... ...... ............
eNos. 9l. 15, 16, 17, 18,40 and 41 daily except
Sunday. Slain Line Trains 13 and 14 daily be
tween Columbia and Alston. Daily except
Sunday between Alston and Greenville.
Pullman Par.or Car on Columbia and Green
ville No. 13 daily from Columbia to Bot
springs. N. C., wtihout change.
JAS. L. TAYLOR. Gen'l Pass. Agent.
D. CARDW ELL, Div. Pass. Agt.,
Columbia, S. C.
SOL. H.1AS. '1 r 'tic Msnazer.
OUT'* CAROLINA RAILWAY CO.
Commencing Sunday, Jan. 26th, 1890, at 6.2C
A. M.,Passenger Trains will run as follows un
tii further notice "Eastern Time":
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
Depart Columbia............... 6 43 a m..... 527 p m
Due Charleston..................1103 a m..... 9 30 p m
Depart Charleston............. 7 00 a m..... 510 p m
Due Columbia.................10 43 a m.....10 05 p m
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
Depart Columbia...... 9 00 a m
Due Camden............. 12 37 p m
South (Daily except Sunday):
Depart Camden.......... 338 p m
Due Columbia........... 7 05 p m
TO AND FitOM AUGUSTA.
Depart Columbia.....6 43 am...527p m
Due Augusta..............11 25 am..1125p m
Depart Augut........ 05a ....40pm
Due Columbia.............10 43 a m......10 05Sp m
Made at Union Depot, Columbia, with Co
lumbia and Greenville Railroad by train ar
riving at 10 43 a. in., and departing at 5 29
p. mn. Also with Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad by same train to and from
all points on both roads to and from Char
lotte and beyond by trains leaving Charles
ton at 5 10 p. in., and leaving Columnbia at
43 a. mn.
Passengers by these trains take Supper at
A t Charleston with steamners for New Yorkr
and on Tuesdays and Fridays with steamer
for Jaca souville and points on the St. John's
Rivr;~ also wit hi Charleston and Savannah
Railroad to and from Savannah and at
points in Florida.
A t Augusta with Georgia and Central Rail
roads to and from all points West and South.
At Blackville to and from points on Barnwell
Railroad. Through tickets can be purchased
to all points South and West, by applying to
G.P. M ILLER, U. T. A., Columbia.
C. M. WA RD, General Manager.
S. B. PICKCENS. Gen. Pass Ag't.
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HE SOUTHERN FARM, ATiLNT, A
DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU
Can buy any article of
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
delivered at your depot at the same
price that you buy them in Augusta
I Carry E verything
you need, and can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar va lue for evely dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
Tointroduce my business in every
neighborhood in the quickest possa- -
ble manner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consist-,
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
troduce my goods in yorneighbor
hood at once Iwill deliver the above
Suite at your R. R., depot, all ,
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I havea
great many other suites in Walnut
Oak, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hunxdreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain INo.2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
in plush in popular colors, crimson
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in combination colors.
This suite is sold for $40.00. -I
bought a large number of them at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this fine plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near- -
est R R. depot for $33.00. Besides
these suites I1 have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and. can guarantee to
Bargain N~o. 3.
Is a walnut spring seat lounge,re
duced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freih
Special Bargain INo. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cook-ings, stove -
trimmed up complete for $11.50 alH
charges paid to your depot, or i 5
hole range with trimmrings for $15.
Besides these I have tbe largest
stock ot cooking stoves in the. city,I
includingt the Gad~ze door stoves
and Rtanges and the CHARTER ~
OAK STOVES with patent wire
gauze doors.' I am delivering these
stoves everywhere all freight
charges paid at the price of an
ordinary stove, while they are far -
superior to any other stoves made.
Full particulars by mail.
100 rolls of matting 40 yds-to~ the
roll $5.75 per roll.I
1,000 Cornice Poles 25cts. eaeh.
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 reet on
spring roller and fringed at 37) ete.
each. You must piay your own
freight on Cornjee Poles, WipxdD
Shades and Clocks' Now see -here,
I cannot, quote you'everyLbing I
have got im a store contaiing 22,00
Sfeet of fi;or rocu131 besides its an
ne.xes and factor3 it. another part
of the town. Tsh!all be pieaseo to
sen3d you anytLini al-oie men
tionied, or will send mJy
Catalogue free if you wil uyy
saw tis advertisemient itn Tag
H ERALD AND NEws, p)ublis~eti at
Yew berry, S. C. 1),onco '
No goods sent C. o. u,o ncn
signnment. I refer you to the editors
and publishers of this paper or to
any banking codcern in August, -
or to the Southern Express Co., l
af.whom know me personally.
L. F. PADGETT,
1110 AND 1112 Broad Street,
Augusta, - - Georgia.
Pronrietor of Padgett's Furn
ture, Stove, and Carpet Stores.
Factory, Harrison St.