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WAR IN WA-SHi.NGrON!
Ainost an& ienouUtr ietw,aen Mr. N. G.
G4,r.zales and J H.Tillman. I
N ipecial to the Colui' .T11 al.
WASIIINGTON, D. C., April 13 -Te
question of veracity at i-sue in The
state and Evening Journal between
N. G. Gonzalds and J. H. Tillman e
nearly teriinated in a personal dili
eulty t>etween these gentlemen on the n
arrival of the South Carolina papers't
at the Metropolital Hotel, this morn
in g. t i
Tillimau was standing in the lobby of M
the hotel couvering with E. Brooks
Sligh and myself when a copy of the
State was banded him containing the h
article by Gonzales, in which he stated c
thlnt the communictio i sent by Mr.
Tillmnan to the Evening Jounral some
days since was false. Tillman, after
reading this, looked aroui,d and seeing a
G:nzales, approaching him, saya:
"Read that now. I desire to know if
you mean to say I am a liar."
Mr. Gonzales, after reading the arti
cle, replied: "My language refers to the
original author of the statement yiu
sent the Jourial."
Au excited conversation ensued, all
of which I could 'not fu'ly understand,
which attraeted tle attitrition of a large
number of South Carolinians at this b
hotel and otbers, wnereupon the gen- i
tlemen discontinued their talk, Gan- t,
zfles going out on the sidewalk and
Tillman remaing in the lobby.
I informed Tillman that Gonzales
had asked me some evenings ago to tell
Tillman for him that he (Tillman) had
lied in his statement sent to the Jour
nal. relative to Gonzales' candida.y for
office. . S
Tillman immediately demanded that
I should go with him to Gonzles, a
whereupon Sligh interposed an objec
tion to this ermuse and advis-d that the
matter be de"-rre-l un!il suith time that
the whole affair could be carefully con- -I'
sidered with the hope of a satisfactory d
Tillman- reluctantly acquieseed in s
this proposition, but quickly changed
his mind, when at that moment, Gon
zales re-enterel the loblv. He angrily t
approached Goz des aud said: "Sir,
Mr. Gillespie informs rme that. you an
thori7ed him t& ay fr you that I lied
in my dispatch :- the Journal. What
have you to sa?'' d
Gonziles replied: "I do not care to 3
discuss the matter here." and walked I
away. Mr. Tillman followed him a d
few steps, sa3 ing: "I will di-cuss itand
settle it here or any where else you may y
Mr. Gonzales paid o attention, but c
continued to walk rapidly on toward
the oftice. In view of the fact that the
affair will go to the press, I wats request- ,
ed by Mr. Tillman to give my version
of what transpired between him andt
Gonzales, and the above is exact ly what
I saw and heard.
I desire to say that I am quite friend
ly with both of these gentlemen and
esteem them -highly, and sincerely
trust Itbat there will be no serious re-t
suIts from what has occurred, and tbat
the matter will be dropped and be con
sidered as an honest misunderstanding ~
o1 the matter. L
TIoMA4S D. GILESPIE.
A PERSONA L MArTTER.
I Special to The State.]
Jim Tillman met Editor Gonzales at
the news stand in the Metropolitan Ho
tel this morning, and asked him if his
dispatch meant to say he lied. Mr. 3
Gonzales replied, "I meant to say who- 2
ever made the charge lied." Mr. Till
man said be hadn't asserted it; he only y
said it was reported; that lie got it from I
some one in the State Department. Mr.
Gonzales asked his name. Mr. Tillman
refused to give it. After some further j
talk, Mr. Tillman said: "I see you say I
you don't care to dignify me by notice."
Mr. Gonzales said: "Yes, and I speak t
now simoly because you bring it up r
A friend of Mr. Gonzales camne up p
and beckoned Gonzales out of the hotel s
on another matter. As be was about to g
leave, Mr. Tillman said: "I did not t
care to dignify your statement by in- t
quiring at the State Department." Mr.
Gonzales replied: "You should have I
tried to dignify your report by proving ']
it true." Mr. Tillman said: "What I c
said was true." Mr. Gonzales, goingc
out said: "The story is an infernal lie." I
Presently Mr. Gonzales re-enteredr
the hotel. Mr. Tillman met him, andt
wanted to say a few words. Gonzales s
said be didn't want to discuss anything &
with him. Tillman said: "Gillespie I
(Tomu) tells me you say I am a liar.
Did you say it?" Gonzales replied,
"I'his is not the p)lace to discuss that I
question," and went to the barber shop.t
When be came out Mr. Tillmnan was
SA ID TO BE A SHA BIY SENSATION.
[Special to The state.]
WAsuTNaros, Aplril i5. -The dis
-patch to The St ate about the (;,nzales
Tillman interview was sent with the
proviso that it was only to be pubbn-hed
in case the Evening Journal contained
ii isrepresenitations. C opies of that
p>aper recei ved to-day show the justiti
eation f.r m0ntioning an ot herwise.
trivial i noidenot. The headline.s were
grassly misl-ading, andl the disp:ot,-h
was signed by a you:'g m-mn who de
clared, in presenc'e of wit nesses, that
he heard nrothlin'. of the con versat ion
eept thle openit;g rema:rk. The foi
howin'g will stupply thle corirect ion neces
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ASHENGTOX, April 15.-I was pres
at and s.tanding at a little distance
-om Ihe parties, while Mr. Gonzales
ad Mr. Tillman were speaking, and
>mld only catch a few words. There
-a- no loud or threatening talking,
ld no excitement that I was aware
F; and when Mr. Gonzales walked
way he did so in a leisurely manner.
(Signed) T. B. QUEEN,
Proprietor 3Metropolitan Hotel News
WA-s-tL_-roN, April 15.-With the
ception of one remark, which I did
at catch, because called off, for a mio
lent, tLhe report of the discussion at
le news stand between Mr. Gotz-les
mi Ir. Tillman, published in The
tate of Friday, is accurate, according
> my recollection. The conversation
-as vonducted in a low tone. There was
othint threatening, in voice or man
er. When Mr. Gonzales refused to
iscuss the matter with Mr. Tillman,
e walked leisurely away towards the
(Signed) "HARRY L. DEWY,
"Clerk at News Stand."
Mr. Queen's stateiment was read
oud in the hearing of Mr. Tillman,
ad signed in his presence. A. W. B.
THE PEOPLE OF THE SOUTH.
he Snpply of Cheap Negro Labor Said to
be a Menace to Their Progrepl.
[New York Suu.1
Oue interesting feature of the Fed
ral census, the details of which are
ill appearing on the installment plan,
as passed almost unnoticed though it
important. The total population of
e fourteen States which constitute
hat has come to be known geograph
ally as the South is, by tha census,
,303,064. The total foreign popula
on in these fourteen States is 45.3,911,
r 2.G1 per cent. of the total. In the
nited States generally, the proportion
f foreign-born inhabitants has stood
eadily at 13 or 14 per cent. In 1860
was 13.16; in 1870, 14.44; in 1880, 13.32,
d in 1S90, 14.77. In t he South, how
ier, the proportion of foreign-born in
abitauts coitinues to be infinitesimal.
'he havoc of war, the onset of specu
itors and adventurers at its close, the
evlopment of manufacturing indus
-ies, and the extension of the railway
stem bave wrought no change. The
de of emigration keeps north of the
io. The foreign-born inhabitants of
le city of Baltimore number 69,004; of
ew Orleans, 34,369; of Louisville,
510; of Wilmington, Del., 9,099; of
ovington, Ky., 6,664, and of Wheeling,
V. Va., 6,339; in all 148,984. If we de
uct this total from the above total,
)6,927 is the result, an insignificant
-act ion of 17,300 000, even' before the
eduction of 12.000 Cubaus and other
Vest Indians in Florida and 4,000
talians in Louisiana outside of New
rleans. The South is essemtiaily a
untry of native-born inhabitants.
xcet to a slight degree, in Baltimore
nd New Orleans, it is without a cos
opolitan character. No economic
banges have robbed it of that distine
on, and its fertility, the opportunities
fered he ren land, and the induce
it.a of bener meanis of.transit appear
>make no difl'erence.
There is a table of the fourteen States,
leven of wbieb vary little in popula.
on, and from it can be seen how smal]
the foreign-born element of the pop.
lation. We do not include Texas, a
tate of diff'erent characteristics, and
aving a foreign-born population of
jore than 150,000,including 50,000 Mex
;ans and 50,000 Germans:
State. - Native- Foreign.
e corgia..............1,825.216. 12.137
irgiia .............1,637,600 18,3741
orth ('arolina...1 614,245 3,705
ississi ppi...........1,281,48 7,952
outh Carolina.1...144,879 6,270
aryla nd........... 948,004 94.296
Vst, Virginia....... 743,911 18.883
lor ida ............... 368.490 22,935
)elaware............ 1.55,332 13,161
There is a reason for everythiog, and
bie most ple.usible and satisfactory
easonm creditable to the people of the
outh for the fewness of foreign-born
ersons among thbem isthbe fact that thb
rplus su pply of the cheap lab. r of ne
roes leeeps down to un profitable figure
be rate of wages, andl induastry does not
brive or invention prosper where
cages are low. Political consider ationm
ave nothing to do with the waiter,
he farmer, mechanic, husbandman,
r retailer seeks, when emigrating from
ne place to another, the locality where
is labor be l est requited; and the
naintenance of high wages has kepi
he gates of entr j in tihe United S'atei
winging inwardly since 1861. But the
outh, as we see, has had lit tle and get;
ittle of the streatu.
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U01'F FORI THE THREE CIS RtOAD.
A New Syndicate Fornied to Complete tl
PI1LADELP1HIA, April 7.-It wi
learned to-day that there is a strou
probability of the early conpletion t
the Charleston, Cincinnati and Cbicag
Railroad. A syndicate has been forie
a for that purp,-se and a definite offer h2
r been made to the present owners of ti
- company's securities, chief amo
1 whom are the Fiuance Company o
Pennsylvania and the Investmer
. Company of Philadelphia.
The offer wade the Finance Comp:in
' was accepted to-day at a meeting of 11
board of directors, and a similar off,
will be considered by the directo
of the Investment Company wit
in a few (lays. The terms of the prop,
asition have not been made publii
but it is said to be a very favorable or
for the security holders.
The scheme is understood to in".lud
the formation of a new company I
complete the road, the capital ror t h
purpose to be furnished by the synd
cate. Tl- securities of the Tnree C
l will be surrendered by their preser
U owners, who will receive in retur
I therefor securities of the new corpor.
tion. Certain guarantees, it is state(
will be given to the Investmllent an
Finance coipanies and they will I
anjly secured fr.miii all p isihility(
loss other than has alr:ady been i
The imied iate effect of the exehan,
of securi ies will be the transformatio
of what have always been una vailab
and alnio-t valueless assets into an ir
vestment which at least promises futui
returns. The names of those who con
prise the syndicate have not been give
but a number of tbem are Southerner
with large interests in the area whic
the Three C's when completed, wi
Y traverse. Nearly half of the issies <
2 the bonds were divided between tt
he Finance and Iuvestment companie
the sale being conducted by the tirr
of Barker Br.;s. a fact which recentl
ie led to eertain charges being nia'
k, against Wharton Barker by the Fiuan
d, Company's directors.
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3d Now Perfectly Well. Completel
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er of Cuticura Remedies.
S- When my baby was one month old his fac
ex broke out with pimples. I thought it was ti
hives. I tried everything that the doctors gave m,
ne and it only seemed to make him worse. I tric
one faith doctor, but he did not do him any goo
ve My baby's face was a solid scab itom those pit
he pIes. I used five boxes of CtrricRA, six cakes
CuTicvRA BoAP, and three bottles of CCvIcUI
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to 419 East Pecan St., Sherman, Tex
ire Some years ago I was troubled with a very b:
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neglected it until now.
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>ld MUSCULAR STRAINS
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W THE UNITED STATES CIRCUI
>s (COURT-TI-IE UNITED ST A TI
an OF AMERICA-DISTRICT (
Dd SOUTH CAROLINA-FOURT
Tile Union, Mortgage, Banking ni
aTrust Conipany, Limited, Comnplail
Ii- ant, against John T. Duncan, C.
si- Jtudson as Trustee Furman Unive
ed sity, anad WV. G. Wheeler, Defendant
be In the Circuit Court in Equity.
us Lanid Order of the Court aforesai
mlade in the a bove enti tled cauise, date
March 10O b, 1893, andz by virtue of t
a authority thereby in me ves'ted, I w
k- offer for sale at public auction bef'
he the Court House at Newberry. in t
ie State of Sout h Carolina, on Monlda
to the 1st day of May, 1803, hetween t
us hours of eleven in the forenoon ai
three in the afternoon. upon t he ten
he.rei nafter inaentioned, the followir
m. described Real Estate:
Twelve Hundred andi Twenty-Foi
at- (1224) acres. more or lessa now or late
n- in the possession ofC Johni T. Dunca
ch Esq.. bounded oni the north by Ian'
al, of J. N. Martin, on south by l:ids
is Thaddeus S. Dunemn, on east by Ian<
m. of W. C. Cromier, Anthbony Griffin ar
ise George Eddie, and on Iim west
n. lands or J. N. Martin, C. W. Bufo:
e- and Mary E. Gilhlam.
ns TER3fS OF SA LE.-One-.haIfi1ash, I1
or bailanc~e in one year witli interest fro
ke date of sale, unpaid purchase money
in- be secured b'y bond of the pulrchas
ess ad mlortgage ot the premi-es so]
~r Purchaser to have optionl of payi:
all cash. Purc,ha-er "o pa~y for Deed.
. HALCOTT P. GREEN,
Special Master U. S. Circuit Court.
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Sunday, Jainuar. 8, was a cool da
The mercury stood below the freezii
point all day lang. Snow lay on t:
ground and sleigh bellsjingled merril
As we came home from curch on t
hard-packed snow on the sidewal
some young ladies, nicely dresse
walked along one and di.,closed a we
shaped foot clad in black cotton ho
and Newport ties! At first we thoug
perhaps she couldn't afford walkii
boots, but a glance at the fine ft
about her neck gave the negative
that idea. Then we thought: Wbal
magnificent circulation she must has
Some people always have cold fect al
cold hands all winter, hile oth(
nevcr suffer in that way. But we jNa
knew a member of what we are accu
toajed to speak of as the stronger s
go to church or business in winter tit
with low shoes on. Did you? Then ,
thought of a lady debulibed in t
ChristianUnion recently, whoaccend
the stairs to the elevated rvad, aL
dressed in elegant winter contume as
furs, dress, and cloak, with a border
fur about the skirt of her dress, wc
silk stockings, through which the pil
skin coull be seen, and slippe's!
Talk about the weaker sex! Wh
man could endure such exposure
There are fine ladies who dress i
cording to the weather, who we
thick-soled, heavy morrocco shoes
felt sboes in winter lime; who put
gaiters over their shoes in winter tim
to keep their ankles dry and warnm, a
who are careful to put on rubbers wh
necessary; who wear flannels thick
thin as the mercury rises and falls;
short, women who are sensible, reast
But says some bright, pretty girl:
can't bear to fuss over myself. I
used to slippers, to low-neck and sb<
sleeves (or no sleEves;) when I get(
it will be time enough to bundle
and these great heavy clumping sh<
I can't endure." Poor thing, she does1
realize how soon she may be an inva
for life, in direct consequence of 1bres
ing the laws of life and health, and b<
much quicker old age comes to th<
who are prodigal to their powers lh
to those who carefully husband a
preserve th em.
Traking proper care of one's self is
matter of training, education, intel
gence, and conscience. It in't "fus
ness," as ignorant women are inclin
to call it, but simiple obedience to t
laws written in our complex nati
by the hand of the great Fath er of
blany -rise ini the morning with
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fast. This is dume ti torpidity of t
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ler's prescription for Infants
acither Opium, Morphine nor
It is a harmless substitute
hing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
ntee is thirty years' use by
Dria is the Children's Panacea
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
:-ur Stomach, Diarrhma, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and pro:t -
77ithout injurious medication.
-or several years I have reco:ended
your 'Castoria,' and shall always contin:: t -
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results." EDwr. F. PAaDE . D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
CoMPA,Y, 77 MLaaY S'r, NEW YoRK Cr:'Y
m the bad effects of the La Gripp Lame Back,
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ihg to try them. can be regulated to suit, and
ye-Irs. A Belt and Battery com bined. and pro
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It does the largest range of work
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sold withini.last t he year.
TIHE LIDIES LIKE IT and PRAISE 1I.
ltandard Rotary Snuttle
one solid piece of steel-l
$0 Breakig KredIeS or Siing tie
T FOR FIVE YEARS.
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D. B. WHEELER,
WI TH HEADQUARTERS AT
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It would be to the interest o0
every citizen of Newberry and the
County who are thinking of buy.
ing a machine to call ori D. B.
Examine The Standard
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Has a larger Daily Circulation than
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0101LTLTION OVER 125,000 COPIES DILlY.
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Y rs,THE PRESS,
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Padgett Pays the Freight!
A large illustrated Catalogue show
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Stoves and Baby Carriages will be
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paper. I will sell you FURNITURV,
etc., just as cheap as you can buy
them in large cities, and pay the
freight.to your depot. g
Here are a few sam les:
A No.7 flat top Cooking Stove with
20 cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot, for $12 00.
A 5-hole Cooking Range with 20
cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot. for $1300.
A large line of Stoves in propor
tion. Special agent for Charter Oak
A nice Parlor quit, upholstered in
good plush, fashionable colors, de
livered anywhere for $30.00. A large
line of Parlor Suits to select from.
A Bedroom Suit, large glass, big
bedstead, enclosed washstand, full
suit 9 pieces; chairs have cane seats,
delivered anywhere for $22 00.
Other Suits both cheaper and more
25 yds. of yd.-wide Carpet for $7 50.
1 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains,
pole, 2 chains, 2 hooks, 10 pIns, all
A nice Win-low Rhade, 7 ft. long, 3
ft. wide, o: spring rollers,with fringe
No freight pai on %hndes and Cur
tatns unless ordered in connection
with ol her goods.
Send for CatLIogue.Addresq
805 Broad Street,. A u:nista, ra.
G*LD RELIABLE LINE,9
SOUTH CAROLINA *AILWAY.
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN, Receiver.
Condensed Schedule. In effect November
Through trains between Charleston and
Walhalla via S C. Railway and R. & D. R. R.
NORTH No. 11 No. 31.
Lv CharlestOn 6 50 am 5 45 pm
Ar Summerville 8 28 am 632 pm
Ar Branchville 8 45 am 8 20 pm
Ar Orangeburg 9 19 amn 900 m
Ar Columbia 11 00 am 10 30 pm
Lv Columbia 1120 am
Ar Newberry 1257 pm
Ar Greenwood 2 37 pm
Ar Anderson 435 pm
Ar "eneca 660 pm
Lv Seneca 6 3 pm
Ar Walhalla 7 00 pm
Ar Greenville 5 00 pm
SOUTli ~~#6~12 No.2
Lv Greenville 12 u- n'n
Lv Walhaila 11 40 am
Ar Seneca ;2-1o pu
Lv Seneca 12 16 pm
Lv Anderson 1 15 pm
Lv Greenwood 253 pm
Lv Newberry 4 25 pm
Ar Columbia 605 pin
Lv Columbia 6 10 pm 8 -0 am
Lv Orangeburg 7 43 pin 9 42 amn
Lv Branchvilie 8.5 pm 30 3 - am
Lv bummervi.le 947 pm 1F52 am
Ar Charleston 10 -M pm_ 1. 40 pm _
FAST EXPRESS BETWEEN CHARLFtTON AND
ASHEVILLE CARRYING SLEEPER.
1201 pm Lv Charleston Ar 5 30 pm
340 pm Ar Columbia Ar 120 pm
650 pm Ar Spartanbug Ar 102 am
10 10 pm Ar Asheville Lv_7 00 pmn
- AUGUSTA~ DIVISION.
Lv Charlest on 7 05 am 5 45 pm
Lv Summerville 7 28 am 6 32 pm
Lv Branchville 9 00 am 8 '10 pm
Lv Denmark 94i a-a 9 0' pm
Lv Blackville 10 00 am 9 17 pm
Lv Aiken 11lOsam 10 22 pm
Ar Augusta 1l 50 am 11 15 pmn
EAST No. 26. No. 41.
Lv Augusta 7 45 am 4 5t)pm
Lv Aiken 8223 am 5 40pm
Lv Blackvilie 928 am 6 48 pm
LvtDenmark 9 45 am 7 07pm
Lv Branchville 10 30 am 8 25 pm
Lv Summerville 11 2 am 9 47 pm
A rCharleston 1l 0am 10 30pm
65 am Lv Chai-leston Arl1030 pm
9 0'lam Lv Columbia Ar 7 45pm
1010 am Ar Kingsville Ar 655 pm
1130 nm Ar Camden Lv i 10 pm
CARlOLI~NA, CUMlBERL AND G AP AYD
DAILY EXCEPT st7NDAY,
(South Carolina Railway.)
5 1'ipm Lv Augusta Ar 9 :5 am
6 49 Drm Graniteville 9 i5 am
706pm Ar Aiken Lv 900 am
(~.G.) C.R ER.
715 p mLv Aiken Ar 845 am
8 oc pm Trenton 800 am
8 15 pm Ar Edgefteld Lv 745 am
For further information a pply to
E.P. WARING, (*en Pass. Ag't.
C. M. WARD, General Manager.
THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE AND oONNECTIONs.
Through trains daily between Charleston
and Augusta, between Charlestnn and Co.
lambia and between Columbia and Camden.
Through Sleepers daily between Charleston
and Atlanta. eave Charleston S533 p m, ar
rive Atlanta 6 30 a m. Leave Atlanta 11 15
p m, arrive Charleston 1 15 p ms. Pullman
Buffet chair Car daily beiween Charleston
and Columbia. Leave Charleston 6659 a mn.
arrive Columbia 10 (5 a mn. Leave Columbia
6 10 p mn, arrive Charleston 10 30 p m.
CONECTIONs.-At Charleston with Clyde
Steamship Co for New York, Nonday, Wed
nesday and Friday. For Jacksonville, Mon
day, Thursday an'd Saturday. At,Columbia
daily with R D R R to and from Washine.
ton, New York and points East and North.
At Columbia daily with R & D R R C A G Div)
to and from Greenville and WalhaIla. At
Augusta daily with Ga R E, Central R R and
P R & W C Ry. At Camden daily with C. C A
C R E, (through train to and from Marion,
N C, and Blacksburg.)
C OLU3IBIA.NEWBERY & LAUB
ENM4 K. it.
schedule in effect Sunday, Sept. 25th, 1892.
SoUTHBOUND NORTH BOUND
No.1. No. 53. No.5. No. 2.
A. M. P. M. P..M. P. M,
5 30 3 25...Lv.....Clinton.....Ar... 130 8 35
5:7 330.......Dover...... 125 8 25
5 45 3 38. ....Goldville ....... 117 $ 10
612 3 46....... Kin ards..... 1 08 7 56
6 12 3 2....Gary's Lane... 1 02 7 48
6 22 4 00...... Jalapa...... 1255 7 31
4S 4 ......Newberry......1238 7 00
723 4 .....Pros rity.. ....1222 6330
7, ') 4 44..... S ligh ....... 129 6 07
802 449...Llttle Montain...1201 557
8 50 501..... Chapin.......1152 5 37
5.! 513..Whte Rock......1140 5 13
9 10 5 19...... Balentine.. ....11 34 4 40
9 35 530.........ro......1123 4 15
9 55 5.9.... ..Leaphart...11 15 350
10 15 5 48......A.aluda.11....l06 3 48
.100 5 55 Ar...Columbia...Lv..1100 3 30
A. M. P.M. A.5M. P. M
Nos. 1 and 2 local freight and passenger.
J. P. KENLY, W. G. CkiILDS, C. 0. *frTLE,
Gen'1 Manager. Supt. Ass't Supt.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Thos. B. Hawkins, Administrator, a
others, vs. Malima Hawkins a'ant
-The creditors of the estatet of J *
A. Hawkins, deceased, are herew'lum1
quired to rendler and establislJyres
severa' demands before the andegrDarlingt
at his oflice, 011 or before the rtWilm'gt
day of May, 1893. sarC't'baJe
SI LAS JOHNSTON E,mar Monro
Master's ottice, .31st Marchten ar CharIot
-- ar Rlaleigl
IndispenSable in ar weldo
r - ; ar Portam't
Every nood KitcV Ei*
As every good h' ar wash'to
t he difference b ar B3alt"n
ing, delicious 'a arNewYor
opposite kind in ~ ar Balto (b
1. -ar Philadel
cate sauces aunm. arNewYor
vies. Now, 1m Iv Ports'h(r
strog, elicl? ar Phiiladel
and the b.est stm :lvPorts'h(w
Ex~ 835amv Atla-7
S 320pm iar Clinton
. 6ol10p vCoumnbia
except Sunday tDa
Hls. Ai R.trati Cat Line.
Pto"""", N ew Yr.Philade
Nee as(w) Via Norfolk
IIair to itsC.
- Curs esi ds 38and41 rn
suferom-ende dieaes holdumg crsbetwee;
digen,Felweaknes, emati,: V. SMITH. Trafi
N olyEC. WINDER
DICKNOND) AND) DA" V1%LERAIL
F.W. Huldekoper& Reuben Foster, Receivers
COLUMIA AND 4JKEENVrLLE DIVJ8k ?i.
Condensed Schedule-In effect Nov. 20th, U93
(Trains run by75th Meridian time.)
BETWEEN CHARI.EST0N COLUMBIA, SENECA AND
'NO. 1 STATIONS. N 12.
16 50 a mn Lv . ........Charleston..... Ar. 10 30 p m
11'20 a m .........Columbia-...- 605P=m
1205pim ............Alston.--... 5 13 p m
12 23 p m .......---Pomaria.......... 457 p m
12 42 p m ......,Prodperity. 4 40 p m
2 57 p m .......Newberry...... .. 4,25 p m
101pm ...........Helena.-.. 4 0 p m
138 p m .........Chappells-.- 338 p m
217 p m ........Ninety-Six......... 3)6pm
2 37p m .......Greenwood-... 253pm
255pm .........Hodges--.-- 229 p m,
312 p m .-Donalds......... 2 11 m
33 p m ......Honea Path...- 158pm
343pm Ar ............Belton....... Lv 140pm
4 05 p m Lv ............Belton......-.. Ar 135pm
A.'35 p m .........Anderson ..... 115pm
5 18pm .........Pendleton....... 1245pm
6 YJpm Ar. ......Seneca.....-. Lv 12 p m
6 2 p m Lv. ........Seneca ....Ar 1210 am
7-Opm Ar. ..........Waaa.......LV0 a m
5011pm Ar. ......Greenville.....-- 1200 n'a
BETWEE.N ANDERsON, BELTON AND GERZN
Daily. VILLE. Daily.
No. 12 STATIONS. No. 11
115pm Lv Anderson Ar 435pm
1 Ar .Belton. Lv 400pm
-pm Lv Belton Ar 125p=
4 02pm - Williamston
4 4pm ...... Pelzer ...... 1255pm
4 2tpm- ... Piedmont. 12 #pm
BETWEEN CHARLES10N CoLUMBiA, ALSTqK AND
Daily. D -
-No.. STATIONS. No.14
6 50 a m Lv..........Charleson..... Ar.1031 pm
3 0 p m .........Columnbia-.. 120pm.
4.30 p m ............Alton ........... 1240pm
5 23p m .........Carile......... 1144 am
532 p m ..........Santuc............ 11 36a m
5 50 p m ...........Union............ 1117 am
62pm . ... ..-Pacolet.......- 10 44 a m
6 ~:0 p m Ar. ....Spartanburg-......Lv.10 2D a m
10 10 p m Ar. .....Asevi..........Lv. 7 00 am
BETWEEN COLUMBIA.. NEWBERY CLINTON AND
No. 15. STATIONS. No. 16.
11 20am... Columbia-... 6 05 pm
200pm ...Newberry... 1200 Un'n
304pm .....Goldville-... 56 am -
3 Mpm ..... Clinton..- 10 30 am
4 15pm Ar Laurens Lv 9 50 am
BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBEV;LLE.
Ex Sun No. 1L STATIONS. No. 12. Ex Sun
No 45 Mixed. Mixed. No.64.
800a m 3 00 pm.LvHodgesAr 220 pm 73a m
825a I if 2 pm.. Darraughs. f200 pr 7 15an
8 40am 3 35 pmLvAbbevile.vl 45 pm 700a m
CONNECTIONS VIA SOCTH BOUND RAILROAD.
Daily. vaily. CENTRAL TIME Daily. Daily.
No.59 No.9. No.38 No1
p0. a. m. a. m. p. m.
12 30 . 4 Lv.....Columbia...Ar. 2 40 9 00
5 10 11 30 Ar...Savannsb...Lv. 10 20 400
Parlor Cars between
Trains leave Spartanburg. S. C., A & C. Divis
ion, Northbound. 4 09 a m, 3 48 p m, 600 p m
,Vestibuled Limited,; Southbound. 156a m
p m. 11 37 a m. (Vestibuled Limited ; *at
bound. W N. C. Division, 6 51 p m for Hender
sonville, Asheville. and Hot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville. S. C., A. & C. Divi
I sion, Northbound, 3 07 a m. 226 p m 508 p m
(Vestibuled Limited); Southbound, 307 a m, 44
p m, 12 28 p m. (Vestibuled Limited).
Trains leave Seneca. S. C.. A. & (. Divisi
orthound, 136 am, 12 15 p m; Southbound 4.
a m. 6 30 p m.
Trains Noe, 11 and 12 on C. and G. Divisfn,
and Trains 13 and 14 on the A. and S. Division
will run solid to and from Charleston over the
SS. C. I-. P.
PULLMAN CAR SERVICE.
Pullman Sleepers on 13 and 14. between Char.
leston and Asheville, via Columbia and Spartan
I Pullins Palace Sleeping Car on Trains 9, 10.
I i 12, 37 and 38 on A. & C. Division.
V1. A. TU1t, S. ILt.RDWICK,
I (iti'l Pas^. Agnt, As't Gen'l PsS. Agt.
Washington, D C. Atianta, Ga.
V. E. McBEE, SOL HA.% -
(en'l Saperintendent, T.rafflt. Manager,
Clumbia, b. C Washington,'D. C
W. H. GREEN. Gen'l Mg'r,Washington. D C
01UH O90ND RAILROAD.
Time Tablo in effect March 12th, I8P;
To -avanuab and Florida via columbia.
Read 0own. e . lead Up.,
Este:-n Time. Fastern Time.
P " AM -PM PX
1230 Lv HotSpringsN.C. Ar 55w
700 Asheville, " 1610
730 Skyland, " 940
80 o R ender onville" 905
sl12 Flat Bock, - 8 445
9 50a m Laurens, - " 415
145pm Abbeville, S C 835
10 30am Clinton, '-334
11 40 Walhalla, "740 -
1216pm Seneca, " 600
1 4o Anderson, "' 4 33 a
10 20 Spartanburg," 60
11 17 UnIon. " 1 45
2C0M Greenville. 5CC
425 PM Newberry, " 1257
5 13 12 40 A b'on, 4 4 301210
6 05 1 20 Ar Columbia L 6 l3
Cen tral Time.CetaTm.
A M PM MMP
6 45 1231 Lv Columbia, SA 4 4
84.5 2 17 LDetmark, 127 6
9tt6 3 07 Fairfax 12 62
11 45 5 :0Ar Savannah, a vI304
[30 SoLvSttvuna -- Ar 350 114
336 o3~ Jesu, SC Ar340 945
500 1250 Waycross " 10i 5-15
7 30 700 Callahan,'Fla. 7 15 730s
800 733 Ar Jacksonville. " 635 7w,
South of Columbia, Trazns~ use 90th Mer4 a
an Time. North of Columbg Trains uuse
7th MeridIan Time. -4
Close connectious- at Savnnnah with b
Ocean Steamship (Co's elegant Steamers for
New York, Philadelphia and Bostone and
with the Plant System of Kala n
Stemers for Cura and a1l points In 1f4.
EDWARD FORp. Supt.
Jos. F GRAs, Tray. Pass. Ag?.
W. Burr1,E, Ja., Tray. Pass. Ag$
Between Charleston and Columnbiaan<c Upper4
South Carolina and North Carolina
and At hens and Atlanta.
GOING WEST. .GoING LAm 1
No. 52. No.58.
*a m ep m
6 35 Lv. ...Charleston..Ar. 10 40
8 32 " ...Lanes............ " 840 '
10 55 Ar....Columbia......Lv. 810
12 22 " ...,Prosperity..... - 4 31
'2 7 ...ewberry ....' 4 18
1 34 "... Clinton...." 3 30I
323 " ......Abbevile......." 142
8 15 "... ..Alanta....." 830
pm 1 ...Winnsboro...." am4
7 30 ". .....Charlotte....." 9 35
4m 3"....Anderson..... " pm1
4 50 "......G " 12
6 30 " ..
tonand n es
I n Counbla. -
e No34 No. 41
sa Daiy. Daily.
ar 7 10pm 8 30am
Ii arm 1030am
is ar 5 45pm 6S6am
n IV~ 4 30pm 6 35am
lIe 1j 3 23pm 4 17am
d I 251lpm 3 3;am
n lv 1 45pm 2 22am
n ar: 130pm
ry lvj2 38pm
tyIv 12 22pm
i 9 43m
only *7 12atu
y r rl 4am l2 36am
na arO 0'6am 1l1 33pm
e 10 00am 10Otp
iv 4 30am *400
Inv 2 18p
hly SS m
)ar~ 12 10n't
glv 10 00am
e 1v 250am
v: *4 4laam
nr 8 l04m
vlv 1 0Oam
ily except Monday.
(b) Via Bay Line.
phia and Norfolk
ioid with through
a between Atlanta.
-ams Nos. 36 and 43
c Charleston and