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THE LOAVES AND THE FISHES.
A Talk with Irby, who only Cares to be on
the Winning Side, no Satter how
he Gets There-The Vanguard
of the Office-Seekers.
[Special to News and Courier.[
WAsmNGTON, February 22.-Sena
tor Irby, who has been home on private
business, has returned to Washington
with several friends who are anxious to
witness the inauguration ceremonies.
While in South Carolina the Senator
met many of his political friends, and
they all expressed their approval of the
selection of Mr. Hoke Smith for a Cabi
net office. The Senator does not claim
that his endorsement of Mr. Smith in
fluenced Mr. Cleveland in Mr. Smith's
behalf, but he derives some comfort
from the fact that he was on the win
ning side. "Our people," remarked
the Senator. 'are delighted with Mr.
Smith's appointment. He represents
the young and aggressive element in
the South and in addition to that he is
a man of more than ordinary ability,
otherwise he would not have reached
the point of prosperity he now occupies.
The political situation in South Caro
lina Is becoming more settled, and
while therestill exists strongdifferences
of opinion on local matters there is
general gratification at the outlook for
Democratic success in National affairs.
The certainty that the Democrafs will
control the organization of the Senate
is a source of satisfaction to our pe:ple,
for it assures a thorough Democ-atic
administration in all the branches of
the public service."
A number of South Carolinians are
here to attend the inauguration. Some
of them are as casual visitors and
others have a "mission." Among the
latter is Mr. Benjamin Franklin Perry,
of Greenville, a brother of Ex-Congress
man Perry, who is an aspirant for the
office of collector of internal revenue.
Mr. Perry is said to be strongly endorsed
for the place by Senator Butler, Repre
sentative Brawley, Judge Simonton,
Lieutenant Governor Gary, Associate
Justice Pope, Mr. ira B. Jones and
others. He proposes to remain here
until after the inauguration and then
present his claim to Secretary Carlisle.
Mr. Perry will not have a walk-over,
as Mr. B. A. Tr.mpkins, at present the
private secretary to Governor Tillman,
wants to collect the Internal revenues
for the district of South Carolina. It is
understood he will have the support of
the entire Tillman Administration,
and his friends are quite confident that
he will run a neck-and-neck race with
"Ben" Perry. Gen. John Bratton is
also said to be able to fill the office of
internal revenue collector as well as
any man in the State, and he has en
tered for the contest. Close behind
him comes CoLT. J. Lipscomb, another
active candidate for the same office.
There are several other counties yet to
be heard from, thus assuring a large
and vigorous field for the collectorship
Dr. Sampson Pope is the first candi
date for the United States marshalship
to appear in the field. He arrived here
yesterday and he 5tends to remain
until be learns something definite on
the subject. He may have to linger a
long|while, for its hardly probable that
Mr. Cleveland will begin to consider
the minor State appointments at the
outset of his Administration. Dr. Pope
expects to have company here in a few
.days, for there are numerous aspirants
for the mashalship, who are now sup
posed to be en route for the Capital
Representative McLaurin had an
interview with the Secretary of Agricul
ture to-day relative to the establishment
of a signal station for the wheather
bureau at Tatman in Marlboro County.
It is probable the request will he
granted as "Uncle Jerry" is favorably
disposed in the direction of weather
bureau stations in the Southern States.
CONGRESSMAN SHELL TIRED OF PoLI
Representative Shell, of South Caro
lina, has announced to the people of
his State that he will not be a candi
date for the Governorship or accept
anotheri nomination for Congress. The
announcement in itself is not startling,
* but the reasons assigned for his declara
tion are quite unique. Capt. Shell does
not hesitate to say that he is thoroughly
disgusted with politics and politicians.
What makes his present attitude all
the more strange is the fact that he was
the originator, or is supposed to be, of
the Tillman movement in South Caro
lina, which resulted in the overthrowal
of Gen. Wade Hampton and the old
line Democracy in the Palmetto State.
Capt. Shell was elected to the present
Congress as a Tillman Democrat, and
is also re-elected to the 53d Congress.
He is a plain, straightforward man,
with a conscience w bich appears to be
somewhat different from that of the
average members of Congress. He has
been mentioned as the probable suc
cessor of Governor Tillman if the
latter is successful in' defeating Sena
tor Butler for the Senate. A fter
serving through the next Congress
Capt. Shell says be proposes to retire
permanently from politics. He is
dissappointed and is disgusted with
national politics. During his brief ex
perience in Congress be has made an
effort to study men and measures from
a purely political standpoint and the
result of his observations is not at all
fiattering to the lawmakers of the coun
try. He came to Congress after having
promised the people he represents that
he would endeavor to secure for them
such legislatiou as they desired, notab
ly the free coinage of silver. He is con
vinced now that national legislation is
moulded for the benefit of a compara
ttve few as against tbe great majority
of the people. He finds that it is almost
impossible for him to redeem the pro
mises he has made because of the pecu
liar rules of practice which prevail in
Congress. He is thoroughly disenchan
ted by his experience in national legis
lation, and he proposes to return to his
plantation and endeavor to keep clear
of politics in the future. R. M. L.
People with delicate stomachs find
Ayer's Sarsaparilla agreesable to the
taste, and therefore, prefer it as a blood
purifier to any other. This is one rea
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ANOTHER CIGARETTE VICTIM.
Wn. F. Lewis of Brooklyn Sacrifices His
Life to the Habit.
N EW YORK, February 21.-William
F. Lewis, the twenty-four-year-old son
of William Lewis, a pilot, died yester
day at his home, 693 Putnam avenue,
Brooklyn, from the effects, as is shown,
of excessive cigarette smoking. He had
been a confirmed cigarette smoker, and
was so much addicted to the habit that
in the absence of the regular cigarette
he would resort to the use of tt!a
and even the mere roll of paper. Al
though he was repeatedly warned by
physicians and others that he was un
dermining his health and ruining his
prospects in life, he seemed tobe incap
able of restraining himself, and as he
had no steady employment he smoked
almost continuously, sometimes con
suming as much as ten packages of
cigarettes In a day.
An autopsy showed conclusively that
death was the result of nicotine-poison
ing. Coroner Creamer held an inquest,
and the jurv brought in a verdict of
death from apoplexy, caused by exces
sive cigarette smoking.
On Good Enghsh.
[From the New York Press.]
LoNDON, February 10.-Mr. Brander
Matthews has very kindly sent me his
book called "Americanisms and Britti
cisms," a neat little volume, in which
he discusses many things, but especial
ly our differences of speech and spell
ing. These differences, after all, appear
very slight when they are fairly faced
and put side by side. They are much
less, for instance, than tbey were I hirty
years ago, and there is a tendency,
growing more marked every day, to
adopt the American methods-proba
bly because there is so much reading of
American books. Mark Twain and
Bret Harte have much to answer for.
Here are a few of the differences in
American - Railroad ; conductor;
grade; to switch; depot.
British-Railway; guard; gradient;
to shunt; terminus.
American-Farmhand; to "stay" at
a place; beets.
British-Agricultural laborer; to
"stop" at a place; beetroot.
NO PERFECr ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
There never has been, Mr. Matthews
very rightly points out, a perfect En
glish language. There never will be
one; or, at least, when one arrives it
will be like the French of Racine, not
long spoken; or the Sanscrit of India,
a sacred language. There must be al
ways Americanisms, and these. again,
breaking out into new forms in Florida,
say, or Oregon, or South Carolina.
There must be alwaysAustralian words,
Indian words, all kinds of words.
Wherefore, let not the American be
puffed up with pride because his speech
has words and forms not used in this
country; and let not the English schol
ar-as was once the unhappy lot of an
English scholar-find himself con
strained to protest against the use of
new words by a nation not his own.
BESANT HATES AMERICAN SPELLING.
Again, as to the spelling. For my
own part I hate American spelling.
The sight of the word theatre makes
me feel ill. Why? Prejudice, my friends,
stupid prejudice and early habit. There
is no reason at all why the A mericans,
if they like, should not spell as they do
favor, honor, center, sepulcher, and so
forth. it would be better if we had a
uniform system, but both here and
across the Atlantic there is no reason
or logic or true defense to be set up.
Difference in pronunciation there
must always be. To an American it
must be simply painful to hear of lydy,
byby, hoigh, shoy, dnd the other pretty
peculiarities of the cockney and Essex
man. But Mr. Brander Matthews re
veals American peculiarities when he
says that he was brought up to make
again rhyme with men, not with vain;
and been to rhyme with pin, not with
seen. Both, of course, are Elizabethan,
and can be found in all old poetry. So,
if we are to remain always Elizabethan,
we should go back to these forms. We
are not going to remain Elizabethan;
the language will march on despite
any of our efforts to keep it back. "But
the existing orthography of English,"
says our friend very justly, "is not s
cred, and to tamper with it is not high
treason." WALTER BESANT.
An Aged Riddle.
[Published by Request.].
God made Adam of dust,
But thought It best to make me first;
So I was made before the man,
To answer God's most holy plan.
God in me did sometliing see;
He put a living soul in me,
Then I a living soul became
Adam the man gave me my name.
Then God of me did something claim:
He took from me that so'ui again;
Now I am withont a soul,
I plow the deep from pole to pole.
I have no God to serve, no hell to fear,
And I seldom on the earth appear;
But thousands of people young and old'
Will by my death great 'light behold.
Now search the Scriptures with all
Give them thought whilst you r'ad
And if my name you don't hiid there,
I'll think it strange I do declare.
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TO REFORM MISS LIBERTY'S DRESS.
Butler of Iowa Introduces by Request an
WASHiNGToN, February 21.-Mr.
Butler of Iowa introduced in the
House to-day by request a bill to es
tablish a truer figure of American
constitutional liberty and another to
amend the great seal of the United
The first provides that after July 4 v
next the Goddess of Liberty shall be c
represented by a young woman of full
stature, with mature development A
and proportions, wearing high-laced b
boots, reaching midway between the b
ankle and knee; hose reaching to the i
thigh; short skirts reaching downward c
to a point just above the knee; close- tl
fitting bodice and sleeves to the elbow, a
and a cap moulded from a blue pansy C
bud. She is to bear for arms, at her I
left hip, in place and lightly suspended t
over her right sboulder, a pen with
holder extended, and on her breast,
instead of a shield, an American ballot
in black and white. c
The other measure amends the law '
establishing the seal so as to provide, V
instead of the present crest which ap
pears above the head of the eagle, a i
glory breaking through a cloud pansy I
surrounding thirteen stars forming a
constellation argent and on an azure z
Cleveland's Cabinet Coinp!ete.
LAKEWOOD, N. J., February 22
Cleveland announced this evening
that he had completed his Cabinet by
the selection of Richard Olney, of Bos
ton, for Attorney-General, and Hillary .
A. Herbert, of Alabama, f:r Secretary
of the Navy.
The complete Cabinet is as follows:
IWalter Q. Gresham, of Illinois, Sec
retary of State.
John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky, Sec
retary of the Treasury.
Daniel S. Lamont, of New York,
Secretary of War.
Hillary A. Herbert, of Alabama,
Secretary of the Navy.
Hoke Smith, of Georgia, Secretary
of the Interior.
J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska,
Secretary of Agriculture.
Wilson S. Bissell, of New York,
Richard Olney, of Massachusetts,
The selection of Hillary A. Herbert
for the navy has been expected for sev
ral days, but Olney's name had not
been mentioned in connection with
the Cabinet, and his selection is a sur
prise to everybody, particularly to the
friends of George R. Jenks.
Hillary A. Herbert has been in Con
gress for many years, and has acted as
chairman of the naval committee of
the House. He is thoroughly familiar
with the work that has been done
towards placing the United States
Navy on a proper footing, and hisa
knowledge of the present condition of
the vessels under construction and
which had been planned makes him a
most desirable man for the head of the
department. His selection is also
practica%y a promotion.
Richard Olney is one of the leading t
practitioners at the Massachusetts Bar.
He has not held any political position
or been prominent in political matters,
but is known as one of the leading
lawyers and substantial citizens of
Boston. His selection gives New En
gland a representative in the Cabinet,
and that of Herbert gives the South
Pensioners Never Die.
According to the enlistment rolls of
the War Department there were
2,700,000 men enlisted during thet
whole of the war, yet, after all these
years, we would be made to believe
that one and a half millions remain
alive, of the total enlistments. After
deducting the killed or those who died
from disease and the number who have I
since died, it is an utter impossibility
for there to be 1,500,000 veterans of the
A Man Who Killed Bia Brother-in-Law
Acquitted of Murder.I
LAcasNs. February 2.3.-L. B.
Swizer was acquitted to-day of the
murder of J.'hn Cheek. The jury was
out onily a few miniutes. Cheek was a
brother-ini-la w of~ Switzer.
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For the last two years, whenever I felt
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TWO CONDITIONAL DEMOCRATS.
.atimer and Strait Will Enter the Demo
cratic Caucus If They Are Allowed.
[Special to News and Courier.]
WASHINGTON, February 23.-Repre
entatives-elect A. C. Latitner and T. J.
trait, of South Carolina, are here to
amiliarize themselvts with the ways
f Congress and also to attend the in
uguration. Tbey were introduced at
be Capitol to-day by Senator Irby
nd Capt. Shell, and made a number
f acquaintances among the members
f the 53d Congress. Messrs. Latimer
nd Strait intend to go into the Demo
ratic caucus in organizing the next
louse, and they propose to vote as
)emocrats on all the great issues of
he Democratic party which do not
onlict with the Ocala platform.
R. M. L.
Beware of Imposition!I
We desire to inform the public that
itcher's Castoria is made and put up
i the Laboratory of the Centaur Comn
any, of New York, in but one size
tlUe, and on3 the outside wrapper, the
ormula is printed and the fac-simile
ignature of "Chas. H. Fletcher, New
fork." No other proposition oflerd
a Castoria is genuine. To counterfeit
r imitate either in tbe name or signa
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ut look well at the wrapper pud see
f it has the signature of Cbas. H.
ietcher, New York. No other can
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A Pointer for a Young Man.
A religious contemporary, speaking
f the sharp competition of modern
ife, especially in the cities where there
ire at least twenty ap)plican ts for every
osition, advises young meni to first get
he best general education within their
each, and then learn to do some ons
bing better than any body else can do
The main secret of success is to. be
ound in this pithy piece of advice.:
rhe well educated young man, who is
bte to c'o something that the world
vants done better than anyb my e'se
'an do it, has a fortune within his grasp.
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uiding the horse. His remarkable
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BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Bets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
ind one articles needed in a house,
to be retailed at lowest manufactur
?rs' prices. We have control of the
largest factories in the U. S., and
?an quote you prices that will open
your eyes in wonder and convince
you that we are giving the best val
ue ever offered in this land.
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my business in every
neighborhood in the quickest possi
ble manner, we 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 your neighbor
hood we will sell you this full bed
room suit for $14 25, when the cash
comes with the order. Remember
this is $14.25 for a neat Bedroom
Suit such as you usually have to
pay $20 for.
BESIDES this Suite, we have a
great many other suites in Walnut,
Oak. Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Ouar manufacturer wants us to sell
for his account
in oak frimnes, upholstered with
best domestic wool plush in comoli
nation colors,.or banded. Regular
price $40.00. We run them
A Walnut .Lounge, elegantly up
holstered, at $6.00-each, worth $9.00
OUR STOVE SALE is equally in
tere sting. Some heavy cuts are
made. We sell the Charter Oak,
Farmer Girl, World's Wonder, In
dianola, Mamie, Edna and dozens
of other stoves.
A No.7 Cooking Stove, flat top, 21
pieces of ware, for $8.00-and from
this up. We carry 3,000 stoves in
1,000 Cornice Poles 25 cts. each
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 reet on
spring roller and fringed at 37& cts.,
each. Now, see here. We cannot
quote you everything wve have
got in a store containing 22,600
feet of fioor room, besides its an
ne.xes and factory in another part
of the town. We shall be pleased to
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send
Catalogue free if you will say you
saw this advertisement in THS
HERA.LD AND NEws, published at
*No goods sent C. 0. D. or on con
signment. We refer you to theediton
and publishers of this naper or to
,ny banking concern in Augusta,
>r to the Southern Express Co., al
f whom know us personally.
Address all orders to the
BOUTHE RN HEA DQUARTERS,
805 Broad Street. Factory 549 and
551 Broad Street.
lngusta, - - Georgia.
Factories in the following cities:
ECHNONDAAN'tD DAN VJEJLERA"'
F.W. Huidekoper& Reuben Foster, Receivers
COLU3S A.ND OREjeNVILLE Wv78it -S.
CondensedShedule.--Ineffect Nov. 20th, 1.93
(Trains run bv75th Meridian time-)
BETWEEN CHARLESTON COLUMBIA, SENECA AND
NO.11 STATIONS. Nol2.
16 50 a m Lv . .......Charleston........ Ar. 103Opm
11 2 am .........Columbia......... 605pm
1223pm .......Poara...... . 457pm
I242pm .....Prosperty_.. 440pm
257pm ...... Newberry 4 25p
101pm ...........Helena----. 420pm
138pm .......Chappells.... 338pm
217pm ...Ninety-Six---..... 315pm
237pm ........Greenwood-. 258 p m
255 p m .......-Hodges-..- 229pm
312pm ..........Donalds....-. 2 11 p m
32ipm ........HoneaPah. 158pm
343pm Ar ........ Belton__.... Lv 140pm
405pm Lv ........Belton..-... Ar 13*pm
435prm .........Anderson ......- 115pm
518pm .........Pendleton....- 1245pm
6 00 p m Ar. ...-.enc.-...Lv 12 16 p m
632p m Lv. .......eneca......... Ar 1210 am
7 0.p mAr...........Walhll...... Lv 1140 am
500 p m Ar. .......Greenville-.... 1200 n1n
BETWEEN ANDERSON, BELTON AND GREEN
Daily. VILLE. Daily
No. 12 STATIONS. No. 11
115pm Lv Anderson Ar 4 m
1 35pm Ar .Belton. Lv 4
343pm Lv Belton Ar 125pm
4 02m ..Wlliamston- ' 02pm
4 (pm ...... Pelzer ..-. 1255pm
4 2upm ... Piedmont. ... 12 40pm
500pmArGreenvileLv 12 OiN'Ni
BETWEEN CHARLES1ON COLUMBIA, ALSTON AND
No.1 STATIONS. No.14
6 50 a m Lv.......Charleston....- Ar.1030 p m
3 50 p m -......Columbia-.-...... 1 20p m
4 30 p m ........Alston l .....- 1240pm
523pm ........Carlise... . U'44 a i
532 p m ............Santuc........... 1LS6 a m
550pm ............Union...-........ 1117 am
623pm ........ - Paclet.....-. 1044am
6.50 p m Ar. ......Spartanburg....Lv. 10 20 a m
10 10 p m Ar. ... ..Aahevlle....Lv. 7 00 a m
BETWEEN COLUMBIA, NEWZEREY CLINTON AND
No. 15. STATIONS. ' No.16.
1120am .....Columbia-. 605pm
200pm ...Newberry... 1200 n'a
304pm ...Goldville.. 0 56 am
3 54pm ......Clinton- 10 30 am
4 5pm Ar Laurens Lv 9 50 am
BETWEEN -ODGEs AND ABBEVILLE.
Ex Sun No. IL STATIONS. No. 12. ExS un
No. 45 Mixed. Mixed. No.64
800aZm 200pmLvHodgesAr 220pm 735m
825am t 2JWpm. Dansughs- f200pm 715am
840am 335pmLvAbbeviel.v145pM 700an
CONNECTIONS VIA SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD.
Daily. vally. CENTRAL TIME Daily. Daily.
No.39 No.9. No.38 No-Lo
. m. a. m. a.m. p. m.
30 6 43 Lv.....ColuImbia...Ar. 2 40 900
510 11 3D Ar...Savannah...Lv. A 20 400
Parlor Cars between
Trains leave Spartanburg, S. C., A & C. Divis
ion, Northbound. 4 09 a m, 3 48 m, 6 00 p m.
iVestibuled Limited); Southbound, 156 a m. 3 36
m. 11 37 a m. IVestibuled Limited ; WAt
ound. W N. C. Division, 6 5, p m for Hender
sonville, Asheville. and Hot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville. S. C, A. & C. Divi
sion, Northbound, 307 a m, 2 26 p m, 508 p m.
(Vestibuled Limited); Southbound, 307 a m, 4 42
pm, 1228 pm. (Vestibuled Limied).
Trains leave Seneca. S.C., A. &(. .
Northoound, 136 am, 1215 p m; Southbound 4
a m, 630 pm
Trains Nos 11 and 12 on C. and G. Division,
and Trains 3and 14 on the A. and S. Division
will run solid to and from Charleston over the
S. C. B. R.
PULLMAN CAR SERVICE.
Pullman Sleepers on 13 and 14. between Char
leston and Asheville, via Columbia and Sparta.
Pullmas Palace Sleeping Car on Trains 9, 10,
11 12,37 and 38 on A. & C. Division.
W.A. TURK, S. H. i ARDWICK,
Gen'1 Pakn. gent, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
Washington, D C. Atianta, Ga.
V. E MCBEE, SOL HAAS,
Gen't Superintendent, Traflic- Manager,
Columbia, S. C Washington,'D. C.
W. H. GREEN. Gen'l Mg'r.Washington. D. C.
SUTH BOUND RAIELROAD-i
Time Table In effect Nov. 20th, 1892.
To Savannah and Florida via columbia -
Read Down. Bead,Up.
Eastern Time. Eastern Time.
PM AM PM PM
700 Asheville, " 1010
730 Skyland, "
802 Hender onville" 96
812 FlatRBock, * 4
9 50am Laurense, "41
1 45pm Abbeville, S C38
10 30am Clinton,34
1140 Waihalla, "470
12 I6pm Seneca, "463
140 Anderson, "44$
10 20 Spartanburg," " 5
11-17 Union. "4 14
1200M Greenville "5%
425 PM Newberry, "4 4015
5 13 12 40 Aiston, "41~O -
605 l2OrColumia Lv9012
CentrlTime Cenral Tm415
936 307 Fairfaz " 12 6 81
1145510 rSaanna, Ga Lv1)400
130 80 LvSvanna, 4 A 680 114
5 00 1 20 Ar Crmbi - 1030 512
AM PM - PM P
South 12oL Columbia-, rsC use 290 Mar1
8a Time.2 ort oemak Co "ba Tra57 706
Close connctioAa Savannah Lw10 2th4e
wi30 the lan Sannah of Railwa6 a01 M
Steaer12or5 C Wayerod a 10it inFlria
7 D70 a11hORn, Fupt. 71-3
South F umia, Tams. Passe 90 Meid
W.aBTLE.. t .fCo.b Tra in s. nAg
CBete Chareton and Savman'it Uppe
Seoth PhCarolpa andNrt Caoton,and
Stemer forhCn and A tlaonta.n ri
GO.N M.FT G.GGe OINass At
No. Ba.Ja. ra.5as.Ag
635Lingto.hretN.. anry 2910
Betwee Carestoua Co.Lmin 610 e
122 35L....Chrlerstyn...1 404
8132 ". Cinet........." 840
9243 " ..te.....wo..... " 7215
310 55 A....Colubiall....... 6142
52 " .....ewthrry......" 104
15 " ....lutn........" 830
2pm ...Grenboo...." am5
8450"... ....Atlanta....... "1210
p m a m
730'" .....harotte...... "19030
9035 " ......nderson.....-" 8025
10 10 " ......Asaheville... ' 7 00
Nos. 52 and 53 Solid trains betWeen Charles
ton and Clinton, S. C.
H.M. EMERSON,Ass't Gen'1 Pass. Agent.
T. Mi. EMERSON, TrafKc Manager.
J. BE. KENLY, Gen'1 Manager.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.-Short line to
Norfolk and Old Point, Vs., and Columbia.
S. C. New line to Charleston, S. C. Effect Jane
No. 38 No. 36 Eastern Time No.34jNo.41
Daily. Daily. exe ttanta Daily. Daily.
6 lCpm 7 Siam'lv Atlanta ar? 7 10pm1 8 30am
In'n ph ety tm
510pm lv Macon ar 1030am .
9.-pmll103am lv Athena ar 5 45pm 6 65am
11ipi ml2 16pm ar Elberton 1v1 4 3pm 6 38am
1205't l 42pm ar Abbeville 1v 3 23pm 4 17am
1242n't 2 pmarGreenw'dlv 251pm 33;am
1 42am 32Omar Clinton lv 1 45pm 2 22am
325m 1v Clinton ar 130pm
4 16pm ar Newberrylv 12 38pm
.' 5m aCoumbia lv10a
7 25pm ar Sumter- 1v 9 43am
10 30pm arCharlestonlv 65Vam
*9 23pm arDarlingtonlv *7 12am
t1220a " arWilm'gt'n lv t-10 [ep"
3 26am! 4 58pm ar Chester ar 1l45am 1230am
4 12am1 5 4pmarC't'baJe'n ar 10 6am 1f 38pm
5 10am| 6 35pmTar Monroe ivi10O0am 102-gm
6 SOnm:1100pm ar Charlotte 17 4 30am *49p
*130amt jar Wilm'g'n lv *89p
1113am ~ lar Raleigh lv 415p
125Opmn larHendersonly 2 [p
2 45pm~ ar Weldon lvi 123p
550pmn arPortsmn'thly 93m
3 15pm lvWeldon(a) ar 12 10On't
530am arPetersburglv 10 (0m
6 28pm' arRichmond lv '9 11am
11 10pmt ar Wash'tonl1v 4 30am
2 40 n'tj ar Baltimore lv 25m
3 45am -ar Philadel lv 1208nt
6 lamI ar NewYork lv 9 00pm
fi730am ar Balto (b)v 'V *700p
flO 47a"l ar Philadel lv '441am
*' 20pmI ar NewYorkl 'V 210am
60 pm: lv Ports'h(n)lv 01 am
506am: ar Piadll 11 -
8(oram ar NewYork IV 80p
6 30am arWah'gt'n1lv 7Opmt
SOLID CAR BETWEEN A TLANTA AND
CHA ELSTON-Daly-Eastern ine
-8735am lv Atlanta ar 8 0ami
..3 ! ar Clintpn 1v 1 45pm
3 Clintop 1v 130dm
'Daily except Sunday. t-Daily except Monday.
(a) Via Atlantic CoatTLine (b) Via Bay Lio-e.
(nCu Via New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk
Railroad. (w) Via Norfolk and Washington
Trains Nos. 38 and 41 run solid with through
Pnnlman buffet sleeping cars between Atlanta.
Ga., and Portsmouth, Va. Trains Nos. 36 and 43
carry through cars between Charleston and
0 . V. SMITH. TraffcMe ngr
JOHN C. WINDER Gen'1 Manager. -
H.W.B. GLOVER, DlviPss Agen*t Atlanta, '