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EW BERRY S. 0.
Some Curio.itirs of CIv;iic.ttion.
ew York Hie.rald.]
Wil( wVe say that the r.ce ige'ttin
b"tter, is slowly eliubing: the golden
stairs of progres; and is in:w within
hearing distance of the ieal govern
ment and society, what do we mean'
We don't iean that every man and
woman is better tihan an n:an and
woiman of the pa., i..ut that inee
tives are strotnger than formeriy, and
that it men are not better than their
ancestors it is their own fault and not
the fault of the time in which they
Civilization always has been and
al ways vili be a very interesting con
glomeration of the bcst and the worst.
But there is this dif.erence between
the past and the present--that while in
barbaric days the bulk of the popula
tion were on a low plane anrd only a
few of the more gifted were on a high
plane, in these days the situation is
reversed and the bulk of the people
are on a high plane, while a ragged
remnant still live the life of savages.
The contiasts which our civilization
affords, therefore, are worthy of a io
ment's observation. Sonie of them
are so startling and thrilling that we
wonder how such diabolism and such
heroism can exist side by side.
One woman, for instance, educated
in Al the refinements of polite life, the
happy nossessor of rank and fortune,
trices up her infant who has disturbed
her by its cries to a ring in the wall
and leaves it there until the little one
on being taken (own is found to be
dead. The story is incredible but true.
That mother in costly silks and jewels
is lower down than the Zulu of Central
A frica who has yet to hear the step of
the advance guard of cvilization.
Another womian who has the cntrce
to the best society, but who feels the
pangs which accompany a slender in
come, deliberately converts herself into
a thief and steals the diamonds which
belong to her most intimate friend,
is arraigned li':e a common pickpocket
and sentenced to a term of imprison
iment at hard labor.
The world is going to the bad ? It
i- sliding down hill into the abyss of
of moral ch's? These incidents and
the many sea.&L in high life show
that the whole structure of society is
rotten ? Not quite. Let us look at the
Bridget. Fanning, servant in a small
family, hears the cry of "Fire i' Self
preservation will prompt her to look
after her own safety alone? Not a bit
of it. There is a child in the apart-j
ment, not her own either. The crack
liog flames are so close that death
stares her in the face, but she does ut
falter. She fastens a clothes line, then
takes the baby in her arms, winds tihe
cord about her leg to keep it from
slipping, and though it cuts in to the
bone reaches an adjoining roof, forty
feet below, in safety. Her fellow ser
vant, Sarah Curran, with equal hero
ism, throws a mattress from the win
dow to break the fall of child and cook,
then finds herself hemmed in, and is
only saved by the d aring of the fire
Once more. A relentless mob in the
West, enraged at the crimes committed
by a negro, skinned him. It was an
incident which would have graced tihe
annals of our Indians in the last ceni
tury, an act so appalling that even the
believer in progress sighs, and the pess-1
imist thinks his case is proved and
that the world is not merely going butt
has already gone to the bad. If you
add to aH this that murders are con-t
tinuous, that murderous cranks are
rampant, that the whole fabric of the s
law seems to be constructed for the e
purpose of protecting criminals, the
outlook seems rather discouraging.
But, there is good cheer in the face c
that every age is the battle field for c
opposing elements. The contest is t
tierce, bloody and determined. Evil,
in a thousand shapes, hurls its army a
against the good. The good some
times wavers, but soon marshals its c
forces and drives them against the en
emy with the irresistible energy of a p
thunderbolt. The rattle of spears, the t
flashing of swords, the impact of col
lision blind the eyes and deafen the nl
If we look back for a cen tury we dis
cover that the enemy's ranks are be- n
in g slowly thinned, and his onsets o
are made with less and less courage.
Here and there he wins, but it is on a
the skirmish line. The fortune of war it
is against him, for the sumi total of a
honor, integrity, happiness, law and
order, philanthropy, charity and all
the influences which go to make na
tions prosperous and contented has
been amazingly enlarged, wh:ile public
opinion frowns more loweringly on w
on every form of criminality. 3Mal- d
feasance is shorter lived than formerly 9
anld justice is gathering courage to
open prison doors for the law break- an
It is a hiard struggle, but in the long s
run evil goes to the wall. Carlyle
once summned up otur personail duty in B
a single sentence by snyinmg, "'Iake te
you rse.lf a good man and you'll be sure ra
thee's one~ rascal less in t he world.
A sume,:on,. w
L D)arlingt c n Hera id.] h
if the Third Party calrries the Pres
ideatial elect ion, wye beg to su ggest the C
name of Ellison S. Keit t for Secretary
of the Treasury. H e says that nainl
finances have been wrong since the
dlays of A braham, and if this be true,*
the Colonel ought to be given a chance
to get the tinances of this part of tie
World, at least, on a safe and equitable
basis. Of course wye all know that
A braham wvas very r:ch, and if Colonel
Keitt keeps up his financial researches,
hte will very probably prove that this
venerable Patriarch was at the head
of some big trust that used its power
to oppress the people.
Too Weak to Scar.
I Greenville News.]
The free silver coinage bill and the
David B. Hill hurrah seem to have
gone skyward together. The warror's
banner takes its flight to int he
Ir,iueDce of 'Wom,an.
[New York iral-i.
." p - ~ i;c"rmn t Templ. 1e E;.:::h ..
The iest:val of PLurirm, which is to
muorrow celebrated in ni Jewish
sycagogues and homes, brings prorni
nently before us the noble character of
queen Esther. She is the type of a true
woil:tn who, when her people were in
dlanger, was ready tosacritice her life in
their behalf by pleading for them b,fore
her liege lord the King. She s:ys to
Mordecai, "(o assen:i-ie the Jews who
are now prese:t in Shushan and fast ye
or me so that ye neither eat nor drink
three days, neither day or night; also I
myself, with my maidens, wi" fast in
iike manner, and then will I go in until
the King, which is not according to the
law, and if I then rerish."
We know the result-how the reli
gious spirit of Esther gave her co'irage,
endowed her with modesty and grace, I
made her pleasing in the eyes of the
King, inspired her with the eloquence
to address him, endowed her with those
gifts by which she gradually unfolded
her petition, succeeded in bringing
mfarnan to punishment, and averted
the danger that had threatened her
people. This almost unparalleled vti
tory of Esther is an evidence of what
the relgious spirit of a timid woman
What is the proper 2ield for woman
is a frequent subject of the pulpit, plat
form and literature of the day. For
merly there was no need of such discus
siou, for woman was a slave, a chattel
without rights .or privileges. A mong
the Greeks and Rtomans, 'tis true, she
did receive the character of a matron,
and beautiful are many of the praises
that poets have bestowed upon her.
But we nevertheless hear the sad re
frain of her inferiority to man. Among
the Hebrews 'tis true she was accorded
a position of honor, and no more beau
tiful tribute to woman can be found
than the last chapter of the Book of
Proverbs. Civilization which can be
marked by advance in art, science, gov
ernment and religion can, none the
less, be traced by the ever loosening
chains of bondage in which woman
was held. To-day marriage is a union
of equals who are entitled to reciprocal
love, respect, claims, duties and privi
At one time only sons were heralded
with joy. We have gotten over that
silly prejudice and welcome our daugh
ters with equal rejoicing. At one time
the nation cared only for her sots
they were the flower of the land. To
day the nation knows the great worth
of her women. Formerly only boys
were prepared for the battle of life.
Now we take as great care of the edu
cation our daughters. Sor_.e fathers
tnd mothers are, alas, still under the
"ifluence of the ancient prejudice and
prepare their daughters more with re
gd to effect than to intrinsic merit.
Lhey should remember that the dew
chich on the pretty flower sparkles in
~he sun is soon melted, but the genuine
>earl, though buried out of sight, wili I
ast forever and always please.
Women should be afforded the same,
r similar intellectual opportunities as
nen. If they desire to enter certain i
rades and professions, why shall they
ot? Under certain conditions she
~oud even be introduced into certain le
ranches of politics, and be initiated B
to the mysteries of municipal and
An Off Year for Cotton Growers.
The cotton crop of 1St90 was the,
rgest ever made up to that time.
The cotton crop of 1891 was larger C
an that of 1800. S
The cotton crop of 1802 will exceed
at of 1891.
The 'area of cotton production is con
antly increasing by the opening up
f newv and fertile lands in Texas and
The production in the old States is , c
nstantly increasing through the use re
fcostly fertilizers and better cultiva
In the old States it costs eight cenlts~
pound to make cotton.
The price of cotton now is barely sixi
ats for the better grades.I
The price next se:ason cannot be ex-L
cted to be better than it has been to
It is evident that the farmer who c
akes the least cotton this year will
se the least money.
It is evident that the farmer who
akes no cotton this year will be best
T'he cotton erop) is cot pitched yet
d those who will may profit by. turn
g their lands to corn, potatoes, and
ything eisc they w ill prodluce.
It is said on goodl authority thiat
ben thle Blue R idge scrip was ten
red to Governor Tillmnan, At torney-v
eeral MfeLauriin wvas absent anid thne -
werniorsent for Lawyer samnuel W.
elton to advise hinm in thet miatter, a
d lhen Sir. ).fel ton reachedl the ex
u! ive olee, foHlowi ng, in effe-ct, en
edl betwveen themi:
Governor TIillmian-"Sir. 3'ilton, I 4.:
t for vou to advise me about thiese
ue Risige bonds v:hich Lyk s h:as C
dered mec in paymienlt of AgriculIt
Mr. Sielone-" W'li, (Gover inr I su p
'se if I were to tell "iu to sulrrenderi
ssesion of it to heic a:i eba.:er yout .
uid not dto it." .
.medi if I wouldi.
iidren Cr.y fcP tcherts Castoria.
I.ie f ethr l:x C!"i!d. Book
& ya7:ee n reei< o prc ct5 prot ------
3RD=:L paUAcnc. tanaC. g
oL '. ALL :nUGCISTd. Book
v" WORTH A GUDENA A BOX."
Disordered Lie, etc.
They Act Like Magic on the Vital Organs,
Regulating the Secretions, restoring long
p lost Complexion, bringing back the Keen
6 Edge of Appetite, and arousing with the
# ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole physical
energy of the human frame. These Facts
A are admitted by thousands, in all ciass_s of
Society. Largest Sale in th: Wcrl".
$ Covered t:ith a Ta:teles3 & Soirb' C' ting.
$ Of a!l druggists Price 25 cents a Box.
Q i Ne Y ork Depot. Cana: St.
W7li:t:E IS P'ItOF. TOTTEN'. mTA.':
.t 1 id::'t a'c,ut. to ''I:te-'iIthI,, l't:i l of
Ou1..h I. S t::r' id ing behiltd the(. sun,"
vIihie I.Iut. To'ttenl pr(bri(i woluldi
ppear to-day", when the ft e'k of
untiebrist bteginsl, did n(,t,:-fra
niownt. i>t in an at.peara:.u. a!
0 , lu t len nt w a i ut o n t lhe stree ts -
1nyr, ttd did not U;-ptar fearful of ihle
Io-inl, dat" (f _Tr.l'-e in: hts . alend(ar.
is the+ firt (lav ( of Ni-:'l--thue
ir-t (v?1 of the ne'w s,:(re1 Je.'is1 vear.
t egia; Ii' tinal. _"ven vears. .hicb
e ud up to titF" lu(l end I he 2.52a vO:r
tssigied tO tlh 't:IiIneI of tlo (tilItles.
ha:e chaned Onle 'of :v VieVs ;X
)r(eseI itn the -.I.!ir Hall letu re at
:O-ton :n 2.'( ::-. I Mieve tiat
Ve :re upon lhe l; .ro t!r ]at!. the
hrehl1]liitd out a1 (.ra, a" it were, a k't-(
>f years,' in which iUel's hearts wil be
ri:d by fire ',i;yml,boli'ally utnderst.o(d,
hat, aside front my authorized printed
iOtes, I al\ways hesit:ate: to'-incr.'ase
he confuricon by initerview.s. Nothi g
xCept death will llose n:y mission and
uv voice. I wait events calhiuly and
vith concern inexpressible for those
Vh) pronounce ll2y warnings vagaries
td condemn them without investiga
ion. It is a period of judgm/ent that
ve have entered. it will be systcnlatic,
nd increase gomietrically, as did the
ev;en years of fanii,n in Egypt. At
heir termaination, you wili reniember,
her- was oue man who owned Egypt
and, cattle, ien, and river. A word
o the wise is suflicient."
hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
ALL 5K rf5EA5E5
Physicians endorso P. P. P. as a splendid
mtbination, and prescribe it with great
Ltisfaction for the cures of all forms and
~ages of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary
yphilis, Syphilitic Rheumatism, Serofn
us Ulcers and Sores, Glandular Swellir.gs,
heumatism, Malaria, old Chronic Ulcers
at have resisted all treatment. Catarrh,
ein Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female
nmplaints, Mercuial Poison, Tetter,
:d Head, Etc., Etc.
P. P. P. is a powerful tonie, and an er.
1lent appetizer, bu.lding -up the system
La!s whose systems are poisoned and
dose blood is in an im~ipure condition due
menstrual irregulari ties are peculiarly
nefited by the wonderful tonic and blood
~ansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly
Ii, Poke .Loot~ and P'otassiu..
L1PPM?AN EfROS., Di sis, Propiccrs,
pman's BIoc's3 EA.A SAH, GA.
vThy do y''a enezr
from D:,erwia and Sick-Ier'd" he,
remedy is at your hand?
't!1! speecd!7yremov'e nIl tids t-ro.blle, _
enable oyoni t cat atnd dir.;c: your' i:od,
Jpr(L'nLt(h::U.e a:::i nuar a
e:tGiyment orf 11o to- whch yous '-:e
ring. andE~ Summer Trada.t
HAV NO\ FIN. .iELEiTjN
roe eah and E ,nnm iasraa
ts n!ies.adraa m I
makp e spca.y L f p emetin
T TY *rra. pins an;.n:
. N. J.
WiL PA Y
IX YOU KNOW TH.Ai' -Or
Can huv alv arti:l.- ,
Window Shades, Lace
Mirrors. 1ictures, Dinner Sets, T
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattress.
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 Auguta'
I Carry Everything
you needd, and can quote yon prites
that will satisfy you that I am, gi
a d)iltr.alue f)r ever y dollr Eaid
Special Offer No. 1.
T introduce my business in every
neighborhood in the quickest possi
ble manner, I will snip you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consist
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One cen tre Table,
Four caue seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
troduce my goods in your neighbor
hood at once I will deliver the above
Suite at your R. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
.BESID)ES this Suite, I have a
great many other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and all th.e pop)ular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest upj to huudieds of dollars
for a Suit e.
Special Bargain No.2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
in plush in popular colors, c:imson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in combination colors
This suite is sold for $40.00. I
bought a large number of themt at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, henee
I will deliver this fine plush suite
:Jl charges paid by me to your near
est R. R. depot for $3-.00(. Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
plase rgain No. 3.
Is a walnut spring seat lounge, re
duced fr'om $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Barmain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed up compllete for $11.50) all
charges paid to your depot, or a5
hole range with trimmings for 415.
Besides these I have the largest
stock of cooking stores in the city,
including the Gauze door stoves
and Ranges andl the CHARTER'~
OAK STOVES vwith patent wire
gauze doors. I ami (dellivering these
stoves everywhere all freih
charges paid at tihe price of ~ai
ordinary stove, while they are fat
superior to any other stores nod:lt.
Full particulars by mail.
100 rolls of miattinag 40 yd to !b 1
icoll $5.75 per roil
Lo,210 Corn:e~e Poles *5ets. eab
I ,01)l \\inow. Shi(es .xi tee t ttu
:sach. You at 4pay yor w
reight on Cornice Poles,\ Window
shades andl Clocks. Now see hie ,
[ cannot '.uote yout L evthing I
aave got ini a store conitai inCg 2:,60I0t
'eet of Il>or room, bes-ides. its un
kxes and( factory in nat her part
>f he tow I shaill he le.-cu to
end you anyting~ above nien
ioned, or will send myn
latalogue free- it you w-ill my: yva
aw this avrismen ino !I'n;i.
H-i-RA oi A Na .N::.a.Ns,L pbiishia~
ad p)uihe j.f, l1 a'-r or tao -
ur to the Soua bor ! -:.:-s Co. L
It is mad
to other makes
5 00 GENUINE HAND
? SEWED. It qiuals im
ported French s h o e s
costing from $S to $12, and
cannot be duplicated at this
S WEL'T. The finest calf,
stylish, comfortable and
dlurable, an<l the best dress shoe
in the country for the price;
same grade as custom made
shoes costing from $; to 39.
50 POLICE SHOE, for
* farmers, railroad men,
&c. Best calf, seamless,
smooth inside, three heavy soles
with extension edge. ;One pair
will do for a year.
50 FINE CALF. No
$ 2m better or more service
able Shoe was ever of
fe at this price. One trial
INTGMA Nt'S Shoes.
Equal those of other
niakes costing from $2.>0 to
F3.00. and are the best in the
world for the price.
W. L. DOUCLAS' $1,75 BRO
CAN. The iest Brogan for the p:ice ever
placed on the market. Solid Ieather:.hrou;h.
Itut, very stron-ly made, and will n )t rip,
FOR SALE I
The Epi,w otal ,..
George 't \ :,shingt on Nelly , (lr i>;:o. <
Nely, :s e ws fin l'aclte!, was !
a well knowni Baptist iii:it.er, ini hi.,
(d::,in Virginia, of whloiii the foli ).w
i;g. ziui)iig rll:ny ot!w r .:uwedoilte is,
One -niidalay there was a s.ir du!ing
pray er . Yiiss lfariahi ;inth, (Tr:'at- T
granddatiughter of Cihiief .1u tiet .Ltr
shall,, t young Epkctpal n,wio lived
across the rood, had failed to rotit her
littie dog. that had sneaked to church
and lay hidden under the bench Un,i()
which 1liss Macia was seated. To Bo.
N olly's proloiged"A riiei, good Lord,"
the little dIog howled a inournfui re
Brotier Nolly stopped 1.ryin.g."it eh- tie
nliond ,e said,l addres.I!in.; ioiest of
son, "is that your puppy
"No, father,": anwred he al- d h l
youth, "it is Mis M'ari Sm ih ter I
"Rtich 'id, e*huck that Episcop)a.ian
dog right out of the back door." '
Richinond arose, ob'eyed, and the Sc
prayer' proceedIed. r
A G,ood Ma;.ine.
A re vou onng? 2.),00 m't$ visitors, a3
least, are expected at the Columbhian
Exposition:i and you are interested inI
the prepJarat ions fo'r the gratnd evenIt. .
A sp)lend(id paper ini Dcman-cs/ for A pri!,
is the best of the kind that has yet been
lublisheid on t he G~reat, Exposition.
Foityu may learn all the interest
igpoints about the comi;ng\World's
sup Ierb. A Talk about Trees and Arbor
Day, is a rmely and deeply interesting
paper. Easter Legend's and Customs is
specially interesting,.and Easter Novel
ties furnishes suggestions for all the
Easter gifts one ray wish to nu.ke. ___
Hesides, t here are splendid stories, aInd -
every depart ment is full of good things,ST
and there are over 20 ihandsonie illus- y
trat ions; and every mnicnth's mtagatize
s just as good, awl the subscript ion r
price is only $2 a year. Published byJ.
W.~ Jennin::s Demnorest, 15 E. 14th St.,e.
New York City. t
[Ne Yor!k 1 'rvss, iRep., Man- oh .;0.]
Thi*re wvas a prccepltihe ( t'ihid
loomn vaenxiaV. It bes:ui in W:ash
in:Cr'n wrih the defeat. of thle fraud A
Silver bIit, sailed oi! to I)etroit, wlere
Hilli, 4u-l then it !and~ed inAbay
readyv to w . -- 6:25, i) that ( leveland No
wvill carryV New York( State if n'imi- -13
ntedi. iTh Hill ruo)venwet is fizz!.irg'a
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
How Lost! How Regained!.
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tTE OF SOUTH CA-'ROL INA
)UNTY OF NEWBERRY- IN
ROBATE COU RT
Notice to Creditors.
EIE CREDITOIIS OF TH-E ES
tate of Caitherine H. Boyee, de
,are hereby reqJuested to renderI
r respe)ctive de'mands to the .Judge
rob,ate for Newbxerry, or the unde'r
r.t at Audierson C2ourt H-ouse in
Stat e, on or becftor the frs dayv of
A. P. .B)HNSTONE.
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4 m onr4 in In.
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4. 'i) 11m
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bioA" ffS ist; p miv
4uenavmiw"e, " 3em I. taF. S '". Iy.S') C. n'
runy Zt.ww ra for b.h.merih n time
:ed in this country. It is a
>th inside as a hand-sewed S
stylish. durable and comforta
e orld for th
-7 JA IE- N
T H EORTLS.
STeeb T et-emaatr To
ytine poicies of thhoeo
Equitale Lif Assur
miums~~L pad ando the
tineloiciraes of tin
whc Socie beenurig
uing9 rt the pwent
mius iddition toe
he assurance of his
ife during the enitire
.Life Rate Policies.
A return in cash of all
p)remiumsi. with inter
AGE. est at the rate of
20-Payment Life Policies.
A return in cash of all
premiiumns with inter
AGE.. est at the rate of
> 4(i per cent.
20- Year Endowments.
A return in cash of all
premxiunis with inter
.\;E. est at the rate of
5 65 per cent.
55 8 "
The return on other kinds of
Alicies is in proportion, deC
mnding upon the kind of poliy
1( the premmmhiIs paid.
There is nIo assuriance extant
anly company which comn
tres wvith this. i
TheC Equitable( is the strong,.
t camtpany in the World and
-ms:cts. the largeestbuies
Asses. .119,24 3,7'44
JAS. A. eURTONi.
(i;i n :wv(. .c
ed e i :. *-t ::*sday..January* 13 a.r
T Da'):, iiy excepjt
Ch n............ 14pz.
Li.| .o ai.. . 4 r p
S( i . ....... .... . -, .;
N(*o w berry . ....... 44 p mI
)1v(:r J une 01on.. .. It 16, r. a
No 1.~-M(x a
-T IP.tNID. J':.i y exee,t
('l , n: l a . ....... .....1 0 a m
W ht .iet lt,n 6 . ........ . i i
Pro *roen i r o .......... u21a a h
' d ber th....t....d..... 7 a.tha m
k, n ad N............... eva ieaard
I fover u nation. apl ton
WeR-t ,n aCou bL wih. WA. 1E.,ay
I anagelre Gtemships. ACent.n
calf Shoe, made
hoe. It is equal
ble to the feet.
is made of the best
Dongola; stylish, durable
and easy fitting. Equals
imported French shoes costing from
$4.00 to $6.00.
fl BEST DONGOLA, per
5u feet in every way.
Success has attended our
efforts to produce a Arst
class shoe at this popular price.
go LOW IN PRICE, but
U not in quality. No
shoe at this price has given
FOR hISSES, combines
30 style with the hygienic
principles so necessary in
the footwear of misses and
20 and $1.75 SHOES
are made of the best mate
rial throughout; will not
rip, and will stand more hard usage
than any other shoes sold at these
W. L. DOUGLAS' 82.00 CALF SHO7
FOR LADIES and $1.75 CALF SHO$
FOR GIRLS have just been perfected.
They are made seamless, of elected
calf, with kangaroo calf tops, and spe
cially suitable for outdoor wear and
school shoes. Keep the feet dry, with
out the use of rubbers.
>e price-worthy goods, and all have
Be sure you are not deceived by
stamp before purchasing.
DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
RIC MIiONI AN1l I1ANV1LLE RAiL
COLUMBI A'NiD GREENVILLE D iesr N.
Condens-d Schedule-In efect Jan. 31, 18'2
(Trains run by75th Meridian tUme.)
BETWEEN COLUMBIA AND ;REENVILLE VIA
ALSTON. NEWBERRY AND LAURENS.
No. 61 No. 611
Mixed Ex.Sun STATIONS. ExSun Mixed
Tu Thu No. i5 No. iu Tn Thu
& Sat, & Sat.
Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar.
............11 10 am .....Columbia..... 3 50 pm .........
... !2 15pm ......Alston........ 300
Ia:mn 1 05 ...Newberry..... 1 57 8 00pm
9 '8 3 "0 .....Goldville..... 11 54pm 6 45
S 2 ..... Clinton...... 11 36 6 45
1 15 3:5 .....T aures ... 1120 530
1 1 10 4 19 ...Gray Court... 10 42 4 19
11- 0 4 37 .Fountain Inn.. 10 25 32W
12 13'nmu 1 340 ..Simpsonville. 10 14 2 58
12 37 501 .....Mauldin...... 10 02 235
A r. A r. Lv. Lv.
1 3pim 5 35 pin .. Greenville... 9 .0 am 1 0pm
IEt WEEN C(Lt'MBIA, ALSTON & SPARTANBUEG.
No. 13 STATIONS. No. 14
I1 16 a in Lv..........Colunibia.......... Ar. 3 50 p m
1205p I ............Alston........... 2 5pm
12 52 1 in .......... .Carlisle.......... 202 pm
1 (0 p m ............Santne............ :52 p m
111 P m. .............Union............ 115p m
2 05 p mn .......... Pacolet........... 12 51 pm
2 45 p mn Ar. .......Spartanburg........Lv. 12 05 p m
. ;N CoLUMBIA AND GItEENVILLE XIA
Ex. Sun. - -HmtroY ~~Tx.'un.
1No. 11 STATIONS. No1l2
1 10 anm Lv....Columxbia......r. 350 pm
12 15~ p mx .Poprt 7p
1 05 p om ..ebrr 7p
2 114pm inHln 12m .
2 02 p om Capls ' .
2 4.5 p im .Nnt.Sx 1 O
3 48 p Dmad....11a
4401 pn m .oe ah 15a
4 45 p mn .ilaxtn 1 6a
.... i A....Greenwoode........ a
... ......Sillaso..... pm
S 1a ........ener...........p
1 )ao.........Pedmont....... P
o45) yi on Ar. .etn A.52p .
II 0 a x Ar...illiinson 3 00 p ma
11 10m Pelcr. 2 43p m
1127 m Piemnoi1 470p m
i2 1'l p x Grenvile.L 2 340 p m~
WESTIoUI' o. 1 .No157
Lv Hdges :1 ,~pm1 32 a m
EASTIOCNI No. 2 . No 1 a .
J.v bbevlle 0 lOm.10 456 a
.........Grimi e envilSe........ 50. a 15, 427
BETWl E 114wALAL,A ANDERib oN, LiiELT.N WAtD
Eoxn. WN, C ENVILLEn.2SO. for un
Trs eaLve .........Wll a..C.... A. r . Div0pi
............... d,A2r 4 .......e a ......... p Li . 6 0 p mn.
Train aLv. .....Seneca ...... ArC. Division,
Trains a ve r een....... C,nderson..... ,-54 ..
Ro Laureasm Ar. ....rllAugstn... Ga "for1 pin:
Trains lp vi" .....Greenood ..... 630 p 40, parr m.
WriETON' N;n o 11au.mkn ,onnetio
ExhC.G.Dvsull Pl E Sleep
Ag r onbev i nsle.... 3 - andm........1 onpA..&.......
E.A.TDODSN1. No. 12..... o. 6'r. ''''
SupernvExd3un ....... GExun ...........
TraiblaeSatabr, . S..C.,Arlot& C. i.s
io. Notud. 3 >REIm 4 0 m, 6 57A pOm,
p m. 11 43 a. Atsibld Litd. Gea.
hondLW N.H.ivson Trap.for enager
Aosil.Ahvle o pig,Kovllae& a
Concinn ay a.19 82 a ,5
'M?anrTrans w enill S.uC., A. &ow t.iv
Iion ortherbound, "Ear Ti3 7 e": 0 pm
Nrthound 117re aom, 1 47 pn m;2 potbud75
ndLaurien,. Cr.ul., fora Auuia Ga , firpont
TOLAN rO CASAC.
T:rinsrlestn Greenwood 6 30 p m, are
Tro ug ullman Sleepe a m Sparanuri t
eaanhr Gt i Augusta. arrvmiSvana
Arrivye Creenwood 1045 p m.mkni cneto
ensr Cronurbains 9,) 10 7ad3 nA .
T. . JDDSN, W.O A TURK,
~~tColmia.lsx S.oC Carltt,i.C
Aest l~anta.e Ga. tlat,a
andGr'emvile 'vonxa R Allani toG
:1comncn Tue~mvlesday,x Jlian d9 8/,at 2.
.I SM., lnge Trains wrill run at fol.ow a.n-x
A 1cvii~ Cluob(Datl1y): x. nddal
ip?.rt Cxom libia...65 and 0u0 p n.
('rivebl Caeton0. 5 a ii 10i 94 p. -.
-At haxrlston it 50 an. for 0ew York
iart Caleston (;br0to a m x6 15 v nnm
lrive Ac ugut..d 50rom Savan15 apd
eat Augusta.. ith ~jora a i4 Centp Ral
rrivet Carleson ail1 pi Sout 50np m et
e pactAugustoa.. 4 :m poit o arln
rid ve lroluba. Thr45 p tm kt a *
eat L 'E .T . Columbia..5a
e pari Chariharln ton, '0 a .
Err eombi....... -AS :ILEpENm
re, ChrCs LON.E0 S m N
V an GrOnvLle DiviSoER.T&ULLY...
itnormb trai publiinthat w0.5 are p .
r.d leavinr rop rta at gainst.l;oan daby
re, Charote.oui and Tornadoe.
A tharson~ wis so it.e frewYr.
>iIt.O in Florida
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