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BU TLER AND IRBY.
Thep Junior Senator MaketA a Statement
About That Patronage Conference
WAsM-NUToN, D. C., March 1.-To
the Editor of The State: My attention
has jast been called to an interview
signed "E. J. W.," from Washington,
with Senator Butler, in which the fol
lowing language is ascribed to him:
"Senator Butler furthEr states that tbe
conference was held at the invitation of
Senator Irby, and lie gave to the public
his own version without consulting any
one elso present. 'If I had known,"
said he. 'that it was to have been made
public I would have had a stenographer
present. I regard it as a violation of
every implied agreement.' "
I cannot believe, irl view of all the
facts, that Senator Butler could have
made such a reckless statement. The
facts are as follows:
After the meeting of the delegation
that I had called, hoping to adjust the
differences between the two faction- in
South Carolina, Congressmen Latimer
and Striat came to my office, and I re
marked to them: "There will be a
thousand lies told as to what oecurred
at this meeting. I propose that we
agree upon a statement and give it to
A statement was agreed upon by us,
and I was authorized to give it to the
papers in South Carolina. I went im
mediately to the Senate chamber with
the proposed statement, but Senat.r
Butler was absent.
A few moments thereafter, Mr. Lar
ner, the correspondent of the News and
Courier, came to me and asked for
what had occurred at the delegation
meeting. I handed him the statement
and authorized its publication, upon
the express condition that he should
find Senator Butler and show it to him.
He found Senztor Butler, who, after
reading it over, appended a statement.
A friend came to me and said that
Butler had addcd to the statement
made by Messrs. Strait, and Latimer
and myself. I sent for Larner, and
after reading it, added something to it
in reply to what Senator Butler said.
This, I think, is a full repudiation of
that paragraph to every far minded
man who may read it.
Jous L. M. IRBY.
I have little to say,on this matter. I
merely asked Senator Butler for his
version of the conference. He gave it
and added what is quoted above. I need
only add that I quoted himi correctly,
and say that he seemed much offended
at Senator Irby. I have no doubt that
Senator Butler failed to understand Mr.
Larner that Irby had sent him the
matter for his approval as as a member
of the conference. It is highly probable
that Larner told him he had a state
ment from Irby and wanted one from
him also~. I 'am marally cerzain Sena
* tor Butler considered the matter in
this light. Irby should have seen him
himself. If be had he would perhaps
-be more "fair-minded" than his card
indicates. E. Jr. W.
THE BONDS5 ALL PLACED.
* ~ Suecessful Refunadment of the State Debt
The Entire Issue Taken by the Ba!
timore Trust Company.
I Special to The State.]
WAsHisGTox, March 7.-To-night
Governor Tillmnan and State Treasurer
Bates returned from Baltimore. They
have placed the entire issue of the
State refundment bonds, amounting
to about $5,2530,000. They had a con
ference this morning with the Balti
- more Trust and Guarantee Company,
of which es-Mayor Davidson is pres
* ident, the company which took the
$2,000,000 last January. At this con
ference the entire amount was placed.
* State Treesurer Bates made the an
nouncement as follows: "The syndi
cate which held the option on these
bonds, extending till April 1st, after a
brief conference decided to exercise the
option at once. The papers were all
arranged to-day, and they have a few
days in which to put up tbe necessary
Treasurer Bates is much pleased
with the result of his negotiations.
He left for home- to-night, accompa
nied by Col. Marion Rucker.
Governor Tillman is so much elated
by his double success to-day that he
will remain here several days, enjoy
ing himself. E. J. W.
A Lamb's Ride on a Cowcatcher.
[From the Brunswick Times.]
A rather singular ineident occurred
on the Savannah, Florida and Western
Railway the other day. It was about
forty miles from Waycross on a thbrough
train to Chattahoochee. On the track
just in front of the train the engineer,
Mr. DuBose, saw a sheep with a
young lamb. It was too late to stop
the engine, and the train passed on,
having mutton in its wake. Arrived at
Waycross, the engineer descended from
his engine and saw t he lamb alive and
unhurt on the cowvcatcher. It had
been _carried forty ileks without a
Clevland to Tour the Globe.
ChicaGO, March f9.-Traveling Pas
sanger Agent Clifford of the Canadian
Pacific says President Cleveland has
promised to take a trip around the
world, if nothing prevents, at the end
of his term.
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Modern Civilization Advances into l*iblc
Lands-The Railroad In Palestine.
LEZelah Merrill, U. S. Consul, in the
The present is a kind of "Columbus"
year" for Palestine, and in commemo
ration of the opening of the railroad
in the Holy Land, an extra flag might
be displayed at the Great Chicago Ex
During the month of August (1892),
tens of thousands of people, for the
first time in their lives, have seen a
railroad and a train of cars. They
have had a revelation, and in the great
city as well as in the dirtiest village of
the land, wonder is at its hejght. The
excitement can hardly be realized by
the inhabitants of other countries, to
whom railroads perfected by the high
est engineering skill and with lavish
expense are objects as familiar and
common as a daily newspaper. We
forget that, not so very long ago, in
our own country we had only bridle
paths and scarcely a yearly post, while
railways and steamboats had not even
been dreamed of. Let all the world
rejoice if this medi,-val country is ex
perienciug a sensation which it can
hardly comprehend. The significance
of this event is not that fifty-three
miles of railway have been built, or
that the capital and the seaport have
been united by iron rails; it is that this
has been done in Turkey, which has
always, by all the prejudice and force
of its religion, by all the arts of its
diplomacy, and by every other means
at its command, done all in its power
to keep out Western civilization. It
is, therefore, a well-aimed spear-thrust
in the side of this old despotic, back
ward-looking government, and may
foretoken for it either the dawn of
health or the shadows of inevitable
But steam is up and the bell rings,
and we must "take the,cars for Jerusa
lem." How strange the words sound.
They (all the cars "American" be
cause they open at each end, but they
are divided into compartments, and
this, together with the arrangement of
eats, makes them quite unlike ours
cars. On our way we shall cross the
track of armies, we shall touch great
battle-fields, we shall pass places of
wonderful historic interest, we shall
see beautiful Sharon and beyond it a
wilderness of picturesque hills, and if
all goes well we shall arrive at "The
City of David."
THE FIRST TRAIN INTO JERUSALEM.
We are now at the Jerusalem sta
tion, which is 2,480 feet above the level
of the station at Jaffa, and we have
made the journey in three hours and a
half. Two years and a half have been
occupied in building the road, and the
cost of it was not far from $2,000,000.
Four dollars will buy a round-trip
ticket, first-class, good for two days,
from Jerusalem to Jaff'a. On Sunday,
August 21st, an engine came within a
few hundred yards of the Jerusalem
station, but the track to it had not
then been laid, and it was not until
Saturday, August 27th, at ten - o'clock
in the forenoon, that the first through
train from Jafta, with engine and pas
senger cars, actually arrived at the sta
tion. This is stated as official informa
tion, partly for the reason that some
persons like to be exact in such mat
ters, and partly because the report has,
either through oversight or careless
ness, been widely circulated that the
first train arrived at Jerusalem on
Sunday, August 21st, which is not
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HABEAs CORPUS GRANTED.
The Administration Wins the Preliminary
skirmish in the Railroad War Before
the United states supreme Court.
[Special to the State.]
WASHINGTON, March 7.-The State
has won first blood in the great railroad
war before the United States Supreme
Court. There was a great surprise for
every one this morning when the court
announced its decision, and none were
more surprised than the attorneys for
the State. Thbe court has granted whbat
was asked, and more too; the merits
will be considered.
When the court met, with Justice
Field presiding, Associate Justice Gray
announced the decision of the court on
the application for a writ of habeas cor
pus. It was verbal, and was to the ef
fect that a rule would be issued forth
with, requiring the United States mar
shall to show cause why the sheriffs
should not be released, etc. Trhe rule is
made returnable on March 27.
A United States attorney tells me the
court wishes to take up the merits of
the whole case.
Attorney General Townsend says it
is a great deal more than they asked
for, and is far better than the writ, for
it provides for a full hearing on the
merits of the whole case. He regards
the action of the court in putting the
matter in this form as a very favorable
indication. The Attorney General says
that every detail will be heard, and, in
his opinion, tTe question as to the le
gality of the tax will be e -nsidered in
detail and decided upon, thus putting
an end to all the old cases, too. Hie says
he will notify the roads of the h:earing,
and is willing to postpone the time se
lected, if they wish it.
It has been impossible to secure a
copy of the rule, as the ecurt does not
make such things public till they are in
printed form. It will be mailed to the
Attorney General as soon as possible.
He left for Columbia to-night, accom
panied by Mr. Jo~nes. Mr. Tucker also
returned home to-night.
The Tiihmnan men here are ovezjoyed
at the resuit of their first effort in the
United States Supreme Court.
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What a Fellow Lost by Getting Too Wuch
Bye on Board.
[St. Louis Globe Democrat.]
"Thrilling romances in which the
bride waits long and anxiously for the
groom are very common, but I was a
witness in one instance that had a
lueer ending," said Mrs. Beatrice Mar
;hall to a friend in the ladies' parlor at
the Lindell hotel. "I was visiting
riends in a litt!e town in Northern
Nlissouri, and accepted their invitation
to accompany them to a 'quiet little
wedding' at a neighbor's house, where
we found a crowd admiring the bride,
who was arrayed in all her glory, and
ppeared as if she had been sb arrayed
"The wedding was to take place at 8
>'clock, and being close neighbors, my
rriends felt at liberty to go about ten
lering their assistance,which was glad
y accepted. Yet, in spite of the early
bour, the house was already crowded.
The groom was not on hand, which, it
ieemed to me, should not have been a
matter of surprise, but which to many
>f them evidently was, as I could hear
ao end of comments on the subject.
When 8 o'clock came and passed the
urprise became outspoken, and several
afflcious friends even went to the bride
nd offered many expressions of condo
"The place was a little country vil
lage of only a couple of hundred inhab
tants, where every one knows every
thing even remotely connec'ed with
very one else, and I overheard several
discussions as to the young lady's good
judgment in accepting a young drug
gist (the expected groom) rather than
a young lawyer, who was present in
sombre garments and looks.
"I felt so sorry for the expectant
bride, who, with fl,shed face and toss
ing curls, tried to appear unconcerned,
that I thought I would find her and
engage her in conversation. I found
her in the ball, but she was talking so
earnestly with the young lawyer that I
did not intrude. I could not help hear
ing him plead hiscase, and if his future
pleas in court were as earnest there can
be no doubt as to his subsequent pros
"The old clock struck 9, and, an
nouncing that everything was ready,
the minister, with due solemnity,
united in wedlock the gayly-attired
bride and the plainly dressed but young
"The druggist never gave any ex
planation of his failure to appear. It
was learred that he was too intoxi
,ated to attend, and it was said that
the young lawyer's friends were re
ponsible for it, but no one ever knew."
"Note" in United States Bistory.
The East river, flowing between New
York and Brooklyn is not a river, but
a sea strait connecting Long Island
Sound and the ocean.
Manhattan is not the Indian name
of New York island, but Is directly
traceable to a Spanish original-monlas,
"drunkenness"; monadus, manadius,
manatoes, "the place of drunkenness."
Manhattan is but the Indian form of
The Declaration of Independence was
nt signed on July 4 by the Represent
atives whose names have become his
torie. It was given to the world on
onday, the 8th of July, 1770, with
but two signatures-John Hancock,
President of Congress, and Charles
Thomson, Secretary. The signatures
of forty-five delegates were affixed to a
aopy of the original paper on Tuesday,
the 2nd of August, 1776.
There was not a bearded face among
ll the signers of the Declaration. "All
:he signers," says the record, "had
The word "God" does not appear in
the Constitution of the United States,
oor is there reference to creed or
Friday is not an unlucky day for the
Jn ited States; at least forty great events
n the United State s fell on Friday.
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Why Lost People Walk In Circles.
[From the Toronto Truth.]
The fact that people lost on a d.esert
or in a forest invariably walk in a cir
cle is due to slight inequality in the
length of the legs. Careful measure
ments of a series of skeletons have
shown that only ten per cent. had the
lower limbs equal in length, thirty-five
per cent. had the right limb longer than
the left, while in fifty-five percent. the
left leg was the longer. The resalt of
one limb being longer than the other
will naturaliy be that a person will un- I
consciously take a longer step with the
longer limb, and consequently will]
trend to to the right or to the left, ac- c
cording as the left or right is the longer, ir
unless the tendency to deviation is cor-B
reted by the eye.
The left leg being more frequently gt
the longer, as evidenced by measure
ment of the skeleton, the inclination -
should take more frequently to the4
right than to the left, and this conclu
sion is quite borne out by observations4
made on a number of persons when
walking blindfolded. Further, on
measurement of the arms, it is found4
that in seventy-two per cent. the right
arm is longer than the left, while lin
twenty-four per cent. the left arm is 4
the longer, showing that a considera
ble majority of persons are right handed 4
and left legged. The inequality in the
length of the 11mb is not confined to
any particular sex or race, but seems to4
be universal in all respects._
A Boy's Essay on Dogs and Cats,
I'd rather have a dog than a cat any
day. Dogs can race cats, they can race
other dogs, they can race boys or any -
thing. Nobody ain't scared .of a cat.
A mouse is; but not if it ain't some
wheres that it can't get out of, or a rat
either. A dog can make a cat dead if
e bites her enough. When he comes
in the yard he can make her tail look
like a ChrIstmas-tree. He can make
her fix her back up like a camel. I I
ain't afraid of thieves; but thieves are t
afraid af dogs. If a thief comes where
a dog can get at him he'll run like fun;
but the dog won't run. A dog can
watch a house better than a policeman.
He won't let the man that owns it P
come in the back yard in the middle
of the night, but a cat would. If a
man or any other thief was to sneak
in, would a cat care? She'd go over
the fence quick. That's what. A dog
knows when you're home from school.
He ain't sleepy then. He has fun
with old hats, if you give him one,
You've got to pay for keeping him,
but you don't a cat, because a dog's
some good and a cat ain't. IPd rather
have a dog.
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would remind everybody that
ONLY SIX MONTHS MORE
lRE WH ISKEYS, WINES, &C.
I HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND
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I will keep this line of goods
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d my prices will always be as
w as elsewhere for the best
ods. Give me a call and try
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Schedl in efiect Spnday, Sept. 25th, 1892.
TR..SSo.3. No . 2
M. P. M. -M .M
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:W73 30....... Dover...... 115 8 26
5 3 38...... Go idville ... .... 1 17 8 10
2 3 46.... ... Kinards.... . 08 7 56
12 32....Gary's Lane... 1 02 7 48 p
2 409....... Jalapa...... 12 55 7231
45 416...Newberry...1233 700 o~
3 32.........Prosperity....12 22 6 30
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0 501......Chapin...... 1i? 537
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A 340000 STO
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,
to be retailed at lowest inanufactur
I ers' prices. We have control of the
largest factories in the U. S., and
can 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.
d Tointroduce my business in every
neighborhood in the quickest possi
ble manner, we will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consist
ingof One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Roeker
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.
- our manufacturer wants us to sell
for his account
2. in oak frames, upholstered with
best domestic wool plush in comnbi
t nation colors, or banded. Regular
price $40.00. We run them
~r A Walnut Lounge, elegantly up
bolstered, at $6.00 each, worth $9.00
~ O.R STOVE SALE is equally in
teresting. 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.'i Cooking Stove, fiat fop, 21
pieces of war'e, for~ $.00-and froin
this up. We carry 8,000 stoves in
1,000 Cornice Poles 25 cts. each
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 reet on
spring roller and fringed at 37j cts.,
each. Now, see here. We cannot
quote you everything we have
got in a store containing 22,600
feet of floor room, besides its an
n.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 advertis,ement in TyE
HERALD AND NEWS, publisahed St
Newberry, #. C.
No goods sent 0. 0.1). or on pon.
signment. We refer you to the editorm
and publisltems of this~ Deper or to
Lny banking concern ip Augusta,
>r to the Southern Express Co., alP
>f whom know us personally.
Address all orders to the
805 Broad Street. Factory 649 and
551 Broad Street.
logusta, - - Georgia.
Factories in the following citi s:
1 CXOND AND DANVLLLEAIL
F.W. liuidekoper& Reuben Foster, Receivers
COLUMBIA AND (jREENVILLC DIVILcK.
Condensed Schedule-Ineffect Nov. 20th, 1193
(Trains run by75th Meridian time.)
BETWEEN CHARLESTON CoLUMBIA, SWECA A'D
No. 11 STATIONS. . No12.
6 50 a m Lv. ......Charleston........ Ar. 10 30 pm
11 20 . m .........Columbia......... 6050m
1205pm ............Alston..... 513 pm
1:23 p m ..........Pomaria......... 457pm
12 42 p m .......Prosperity.. 4 40 p m
257 p m .......Newberry. 4 pm
101pm ............Helena.. 420pm
18 pm 38.p........Chappells..... 3s8pm
217pm .......Ninety-Six-.... 315pm
237pm ........Greenwood-.... 25apm
255 p m .......... Hodges.....229pim
312pm ..........Donalds....... 211 pzm
323pm ........Hones Pt.. - 158pm
343pm Ar .......Beton...... ..Lv 140pm
405pm Lv ............Belton ........... Ar 135pm
435pm .........Anderson .... 115pm
5 18 pim .........Pendleton...... 1245pm
6 00p m Ar. ...........Seneca...~... Lv 1216 p m
6 X-) p m Lv. ..._......Seneca....... Ar 12 10 a m
7 t0 p m Ar.......Walhalla.......... Lv 1140 a m
500 p m Ar. ........Greenville......... 1200 n'n
BETWEEN ANDERSON, AELTON AND GREEN
Daily. VILLE. *Daily
No. 12 STATIONS. No.11
I 15pm Lv Anderson Ar 4
1 35pm Ar .Belton, Lv 4
3 43pm Lv Belton Ar 125pm
4 02pm . Williamston. 102pm
4 t.pm ...... Pelzer 125&pm
4 2fpm ... Piedmont. ... 1240pm
BETWEEN CHSARLES'N COLUMBIA, ASITON AND
6 50 a m Lv.......Charleston......... Ar 1030 pm
3 50 p m .........Columbia...... 120pim
4.30 p m ............Alsto 1240pm
5 23 p m ..........Carlisle...... 1144am.
532 p m .............Sktue. 1136am
550pm .............Union............ 1117 a m
623pm ............Pacolet...-. 1044am
6 iO p m Ar. ........Spartanburg........Lv.10 2D am
10 10 p m Ar. ........Asheville.......Lv. 7 00 a rp
BETWEEN COLUMBIA. NEWBERY CLINTON AND
No.15. STATIONS. No.16.
1120am ... Columbia..... 605 pm
200pm ...Newberry... 1200 na'
304pm .....Goldville..... 0 56 am
3 34pm -....Clinton-... 10 30 am
4 15pm Ar Lauren3 Lv 9 50 am
BETWEEN HODGEs AND ABBEVILL
Ex Sun No. iL STATIONS. No. 12. Ex Sun
NO 45 Mixed. Mixed. No.64
8 00a m 3 O0 pm.LvHodgesAr 2 20 pm 735a m
8 25am f3 2 pm.. Darraughs.. t200 pm 715a m
840& m 335 pmLvAbbevilleLvI 45 pm 700a m
CONNECTIONS VIA SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD.
Daily. Laily. CENTRAL TIME Daily. Daily.,
No. 9 No.9. No.38 No-1O
p. m. a. m. a. m. p. m.
1 30 6 & Lv.....Columbia...Ar. 2 40 900
5 10 11. 30 Ar...Savann9h...Lv. 10 20 400
Parlor Cars bet ween
Trains leave Spartanburg, S.C., A & C. Divis
ion, Northbound 4 09 a m 3 48 p n, 6 00 p
%Vestibuled Limited>; Soutbound, 156 a t, 3
p m, 11 37 a m. (Vesibuled Limited; Wet
bound. 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, 226p m, 508pm.
(Vestibuled Limited); Southboun<L 307 a m, 4 42
p m, 1228 p m. (Vestibuled Limited).
Trains leave Seneca. S. C., A. & (. Division,
Northound, 136 am, 12 15 p m; Southbound 436
Trains Nos, 11 and 12 on C. and G. Division,
and Trains 13 and 14 on the A. and S. Division
will run solid to and from Charleston over the
S. C. R. R.
PULL-MAN CAR SERVICE.
Pullman SleepeTs on 13 and 14. between Char
leston and Asheville, via Columbia and Spartan
Pullman Palace Sleeping Caton Trains 9, 10,
11 12, 37and 38 on A. & C. Division.
W. A. TURK, S. H. IARDWICK,
Gen'1 Pasa..Agent, Ass'tGen'1 Pass. Agt, -
Washington, D.C. Atlanta, Ga.
V. E. McBEE, SOL H&AS,
Gen'l Suprintendent, Trafefle Manager,
Columbia. S. C ~ Wshington,*D. C.
W. H. GREET. Gen'l Mg'r,Waahington. D.C.
SOUTH BOUND XAILROAD
Time Table in effect Nov. 2Dth, 192.
To Savannah and Florida via Columbia.
Read Down. Bead Up.
Eastern Time. Eastern Time.
PM AM PM PM
12 30 Lv Hot Springs,N.X. Ar - 659
7 00 A shevIlle, ' 10 10
730 Skyland,~ " 940
4502 Hender-onville" 905
4512 Flat Rock, " 8 45
9 50am . Laurens, " 41I5
1 45pm Abbeville, S C 335
10 30am Clinton, " - 334
11 40 Waihalla, " -200
1216pm ~ Seneca, " , 600
140 Anderson, " 438
10 20 Spartanburg, " 650
. 11 17 Union, " 1 45
1200M Greenville , - 565 -
253pm Greenwood " 237
45 PM Newberry, " 1257 '.
5 13 12 40 Alston, " 430 1210
605 20 Ar Columbia - Lv 350. 1129
Central Time. Central Timne.- >:
AM PM PM PM
6 45 1239 Lv Columbia, S CAr 2* 90
8 45 217 Denmark, " 1257 706 2
9 36 3 07 Fairfs.x " 126 6-12
P M A M
11 45 5 10Ar Savannah, Ga. Lv 1020 400
130 800 Lv Savannah, " Ar 4530 121I4
3 3610 39 Jesup, " J0 10 25
500 1250 Wafcroes " 107? (A5
7 30 7 00 Callahan. Fla. 715 735
800 730 Ar Jacksonville, " 635 700
South of Columbia. Trains us-9thMe -
ian Time. North of Columbia, Trains ipse
Close connections at Savannah 'with the
Ocean Steamship Co's el ant Steamers Mtr
1Sew York, Philadelphia and Bqston, ' 4
with the Plant System qIRailw s
Steamers for (Cu ba and all pons in Ioa. .4
ESDWARD FoRD. -
I.-M. FLEECING. Gieni1 Pass. Aft
Joe. F. G54r, 80o. Pess. Xt
W. BprT,EE, Ja.. Triv. a Ag$.
A TLANTIC COA#T LI
Between Charleston and Columbia ana Upper
South Carolina and North Carolina
and Athens and Atlanta.
GOING WEur. GOING Eas'r
No. 52. No.58.
6 35 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 140
9 43 " ...Sumter.......... " 725
10 55 Ar....Columbia......Lv. 6 1*
1222 " ...,Prosperity..... -4 31
1238 " .....Newberry-.... -' 418
130 "..Clinton......... " 330
251 " .....Greenwood..... " 21.5
323 "..Abbeville...... " 142
5525 " ...Athn....."1
8 5".....C.Alaota......." 83
p m - -pm
4 35 "K.....Anderson..... " I 15
4 50 " ......Greenville... " 1210
6 50 " ......Sprtnurg "
9 05 " ..epdertaonileb ~
010 " ......4abevlle... '
. 5and 58 Solid trains between Cha)gs
ton andClinton 8. C. -
H. M. EMERdON, Ass't Gen'1Pass. Agent.
T. M. EMERSON, TraSc Manager.
J. R.KENLY, Gen'l Manager. -
SEABOARD AIR LINE.-Sort~ line to
IJNorfolk and Old Point, Va., and Columbia. '
S. C. New line to Charleston, S. C. EffecJane
No. 38 No. 36 Eastern Time'No. 3i No.41i
Daily. Daily, except Atlantal Daily. -Daiy.
6iir73am lvA1 lzn ar 710pmn SMam _
19m if acop 'hy -
1 I Aehs r 5 6i ~j
-~1v grE y4 -
1205't iar Abbevillv 33 m4 17am
12 42n't 2 6par Greenwdlv 251lpm 835am '
1 42amn 3 2par Clinton lv 145m22am
32 ly1 Clinton ar 10p
4 16mar Newberry lv 1238
7 25mar Sumter lv 9 43mm
10 3pnarCharlestonly 45oam -
fl20a larilmgt' lyti0 10p"
i 2am 5 4lpmn rCt'baJ'n ar '145-am 1238pm
5 1am 35m a Moroelv10 00am 11332
6 30am~1 O10pm ar Charlotte 1v i30a *
'llI'am ar Wilm'g'n lv
d 134m arRaleigh lv 48p
2 45pmi ka Weldon'lr 2
55opm dr Ports-m'ihv IS
3 15pm ~ lvWeldon(a) ~r 1210
530am ~ arPeeslil
028mp arRiebo y ap
11 mzii ~ Wghon 4
124O't lar BaltImorelv 2S5. b
3 45am lar Philadel lv 12
6 a lar NewYorkL 90pi
7jmar Balto (b) lv 7On
fl0O47a"~ ar Philadel lv
*120pmn arNewYorklyv e
6Opmn lvPorta'h(n)lv 0la
5 05am' ar Philadel lv a
8 Oami ar NewYork-lv - OO8
6 C0pm lvPorts'hw) ar n
630am arWash'gt'n lv Op
tiiv Atlanta an 810ai
32p r'Clinton lv 1 41p
I325pm;lv Clinton lvla1m
I lp..;v oumbali1 04
Daiy xcptSunay taiy eoept Monday.
)~io Via p
Trains No.38 and 41 run soll ithd 1ez
Pu11man builet sleeigcr ewe
3a., and Portsmout, Va- Trin No. 36 ad
r7through cars between Charleston ad,
0. V. SMITH. Tradic~aae~