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An Imprssive Spectacle.
Sober people outside of South Caro
lina who have watched events here
during the last three years have good
reason to believe that this is a con
monwealth inhabited entirely by ma
niacs and doubtless wonder if there are
among us any sober, God-fearing, sane
citizens. One day we have the whole
country laughing at us; the next we
have the wor:d holding up its hands
in horror at the fearful. black n.-edies
we contrive. Our politiciats make us
ridiculous before national conventions
and in Washingtoii; our governor
amuses the country with Bombastes
Furioso declamation and by carrying
farcical cases to the grave presence of
the Supreme Court; our Legislature
enacts burlesque liquor and tax laws;
our governor again starts the para
graphists with his journey in search of
liquor for the State bar room. The
following is going the rounds just now:
"WORKING A NEW GAME."
One-Eyed Old Bum (to proprietor of
big saloon)-My friend, as the Cbief
Executive of the great State ot South
Carolina, I have called in to sample
your goods with a view to purchasing
a large stock of
Proprietor (kicking him out)-My
friend, you're the thirteenth Governor
of South Carolina since yesterday
Then for the other side of the pict ure
we have murders, conflicts of State
and Federal authority, campaign meet
ings threatening wholesale slaughter,
speakers driven from platforms and
mob butcheries with the Governor of
the State implicated. On the heels of
it all, here is John J. Dargan i the
Sumter Freeman accusing State Rail
road Commissioner Thomas of being an
assin and a systematic 1swindler,
fraud and cut-throat, and winding up
with a deliberate intinuation that he
murdered his second wifeaud a call on
the grand jury to investigate the cir
enmstances of her death.
This is horilIe, It is a fitting de
velopment of the succession of eon
trasted absurdit ies and horrors we have
been having the last three years.
And it is all "reform"-all part of
the elevation and purification of our
manners and morals so triumphantly
bagun in IS9A
Deaorest for May.
The Girl of the Period is altogether
eharming, and she is nothing if not
athletic. She must ride, she must
drive, she must row, bowl, play tennis,
ete., and do all in a piquant, character
istic way if she would be in the fashion.
The fads of a typical athletic girl are
described in a breezy and altogether
delIghtful manner in The Diary of an
Athletic Girl, published in Demnorest's
Family Magazine, the May number of
which is just received. Ladies of the
Administration is among the timely
papers, illustrated with portraits of the
wi.vee of the President, Vice President
and memnbers of the Cabinet. Round
About the Columbian Exposition gives
many interesting points about the
World's Fair: The Queen of the May
shows many beautiful views. of scenes
in Central Park on May day. The fic
tion in this number is especially good;
all bhe departments are full.to overflow
ing with interesting. helpful matter.
Demorest's is indeedian. ideal Famnily
Magazine, and is published for $2 a
year, by W. Jennings Demorest, 1:>
East 14th Street, New York.
What. tlh Carolina Governors said.
[The following by Howard A. Banks
is based. on the recent conference of
Souphern Governors at Richmond,
'Twas a meeting of the Governors.
QC every Southern State,
To get good "foreign elements"
All sppkge of the advantagesi
Of whidh their Stataeould brage
Which showed that, act, a single one
In Progress' r.andiidi lag..
-'Virginian,tow.as.within a day,"
"Spring up iE and then he jerked
His twamb toward Roanoke.
Thea Jones, of Alabama, said,,
With a Birmingham ward grane,
"The world's supply of coal shors
Is not a circumstance."
"In Arkansaw"-the Gcwernor
With a fish's spine cp.oth be-::,
"Molasses branches fh>walong:
Beneath the panakt.tee."
Then said the Northen:Gove,uor
Of the Southern,Cracker SAste::
"That Georgia's..bond to talhatJ ae lead
And solemQly did glance
Where the two Carolinians
Hed formed an Alii,ance.
".WJ3y take 3ye.1not: the f.joor?" they
"And, what.can.be the, thing
That to,the one so earn est)y
The other's .whisperng ?"
Then 'Lia Carr his. TInataehle stroke&,
And said : "Kit d sies, mer.hinks
My interrogatory was.
'How long it i.s'tween drinks.' "
But Tillman ;inked hisi open eye,
And said:i "It's quite contrary
For me to -.iik at all but from
A S. C. dispensary."
- e. To Young :
I Makes Child Birthi Easy
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SIX OF US AFFLICTED
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hope will never again visit my* family. My
children's ages were respectively nine, seven, and
four years. except the youngest, who was only
two months old. Of all our suffering, my wife
suffered the most. It almost drove her mad. .The
disease first made its appearance on my wife's
back between the shoulders, and spread acros to
her breast. It looked like it was covered over with
little scales. I first bought of a drug store
medicine for skin disease, which failed to do any
good whatever. I next employed a doctor who
gave relief for a short while. After trying him ior
quite a while without effecting a cure, I called in
another doctor who proved to do no better than the
first. After this I bought CUTICURA REMEDIES of
Messrs. Purcell, Ladd & Co., Richmond, Va.,
having read of them in a newspaner. Relief fol
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cured all of us. I do not know what the disease
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Notes from Excelsior.
Excelsior school will close exercises
on Friday afternoon next.
Our friend Mr. E. M. Shealy, (f
Clenson College, is home on a visit.
We have bd light frosts for a fLw
nights past, but we hear of no damage
to young vegetation.
Mr. Johnnie Barre, of Prosp(rity,
spent Saturday night with relatives in
our little community.
Mr. J. Willie Kinard and sister, Miss
Janie, have been on a visit to frierds
in the Utopia community.
The farmers in this neighborhood
have finished tip planting cotton.
Early planting is coming up.
Mrs. J. C. Griffin and little son, Ira,
have been spending several days with
her sick sister in O'Neall community.
Mr. James D. Kinard, of Newberry
College, is now at home, having com
pleted his studies for the present ses
The good season of rain recently was
soon dried up by the continued high
winds. Grain is still ini need of more
A good many of our penple attended
the communion services at Mt. Pil
grim church on Sunday. We learn
the congregat ion was large.
A lady in our little village recently
set fifteen eggs and had eighteen lit tle
hicks hatched out. This may seem a
little strange to the reader, but never
theless it is true.
The farmers around here are com
plaining considerably as to worms in
iring young corn and also garden
egetation. The cool nights are very
favorable for the insects to keep up
heir destructive wvork.
The Supreme Court of the United
States is in hard luck. Its ideas of dhe
law are not accepted by the Columbia
Register, which disputes with the
Piedmont .Headlight the position of
leading "reform" newspaper of this
State. The Register says the decision
n the railroad tax cases is contrary to
cmmon sense, and suggests action to
efeat it by "our ow n General Asse m
ly," which the Register thinks would
be "the more expeditio:z n mehod of
settling the q1uestion."
That our "reform" General A ssermuly
should settle a question of law contrary
to the decision of the Supreme Court
of these United States is strictly in ac
ord with the usual luminous "re formt
A correspondent of the Pittsburgh
(Pa.) Despateh mrakes this curiousstat
ment: "In Uruguay, some of the rivers
are so impregnated with the roots of1
Sarsaparilla as to possess sanitary qual.
ities for bathing purposes, andi the peo.
pe who drink their waters are said tc
be exempt tromu skin diseases arising
from impurities of ithe blood." The
Uruguay sarsaparilla i.s proi ably the
same variety of plant as thatt .f the
neighboring state o'f Honduras, o1
which Ayer's Extraet of Sarsapariila it
made,and which is richest in mtedicina
qualities of any sar sa parilla root knowr
to science; hence, of coutse, the extra
ordinary curative propert ies of A yer':
famous blood medicine.
S< tll Carolina tradition redret d t<
nursery lore in 191~>
"WXhen good King Tillmtan ruled tht
He ran a wihisk-ey ring ;
He grab~bed the points of the bar room
A nd madi(e a jag pudding.
A jag pudding the kintr iid m,aie,
And siutYed it wetll with plumii'.
And put there in great lamps oi "iv."
As big as mty two thiumib.
The king andi( court dlid e.tt ireof,
And l,oblemenC! beside
Adau all the puddin. that was le't
Was too) little to udivide.
- G.renvil:e Ne wa.
ARE EVIDE?CE That the blood is
wrong, and/that nature is enzdeav
orn othrow off the impurities.
Ntigis so beneicial in assisting
ntwure as .Swiffs SpeciEc (S. S. S.)
It is a simple vegetable compound. Is
harmless to tihe most delicate child, yet
it forces the poison to the surface and
eiminates it/from the blood.
I contracted a severe care of blood poison
that unfitted me for business for four years. A
few bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) cured
me. J. C. JoNES, City Marshal,
Tn on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
A Card fromai G;en. Hamepton.
To the Editor of The State : since
my return home, I have been so un
well that it has been impossible for
me t > answer the numerous letters re
ceived. All applications for office have,
however, been prope-rly filed in Wash
ington and I hope that my corres
pondents, whose letters have not Leen
replied to, will accept the statement of
my inability to answer theni as a
sufficient excuse for my failure to re
spotid. My friends, will, I trust, rc
quit we of discourtesy in this matter,
and if our pzipers will do me the kind
ness to publish this card, they will
c ifer an obligatio i on me.
WVA L-: H A'M PTON.
Columbia, April 26.
lefinitionn of Law
;New York Recorder.]
At an exami!iation of applicants for
adiuiss'ot to the bar held not long ago,
a student wms aaked to define "law."
He asked: "Do you want the defini
tion of Coke, Blackstone or Kem I mout
its represeuting a rule of acti..n, tor the
one that it is 'the perfection of reason,'
or another that it is 'a spark caught
from the ashes of all sciences?' "
The chief examiner, after consulting
with his associates, smilingly said:
"Give us your own idleas on the sub
j ct." 'Tnen came this rejoinder:
"Personally, my observation, reflection
and reading Iiave satisfied me that in
average practice law is injustice boiled
down toascience." He passed, and is
said to be zealously refuting at the bar
his own definition.
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Suburban Boom at Jerusalem.
[From the Buffalo Comnimercial.1
Corner lots in Jerusalem may have a
novel sound to real estate dealers' ears,
but it looks as if they would yet bold a
place in the speculative market. Land
a mile out of Jerusalem that thirty
years ag sold for a dollar an acre has
been bought by a company owting the
Jaffa and Jerusalem railway-a fifty
three mile line of road-for some $3,OCO
an acre. Bethlehem and Bzit Jela
furnished most of the stone-cutters for
the new railroad. Imagine a strike
ordered by the Bethlehem stone-cut
ters' union to secure 90 instead of 80
cents a day!
It is not what its proprietors say but
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
tells the story. Hood's Sarsaparilla
They Quit Even.
The Ez3quirer-Sun, apropos of the
lawyers pitching into experts on the
witness stand in murder cases, says a
case is recalled where the lawyer
looked quizzically at the doctor who
was testifying, and said:
"Doctors som.-ti ~m'ake n:istake.e,
"'The same as lawyers,'" was the
"But do,ctora' mistakes are buried
six feet under the ground," said the
"Yes," said the doctor, "and law
yers' mistakes sometimes swing six
feet in the air."
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-Win. Henry Ott, alias "Mustang Bill,"
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"Over a year ago I had a severe fever,
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to use Ayer's Hair Vigor, and now my
hair is growing rapidly and is restored
to its original color." -Mrs. A. Collins,
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Prev ents hair from turning gray.
"My hair was rapidly turning gray and
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GuyN U ~o T Cahalit.,
THE SOUTH NEEDN'T COMPLAIN
Some of the Important Offices the Presi
dent Has Distributed Down in Dixie.
WAS11.NGTo, April 1G.-Only fif
teen of the forty diplomatic missions
under the State Department have been
given to residents of Southern States.
Alabama has received the Spanish mis
sion. Louisiana the French embassy.
Tennessee the mission to Cbili, Texas
that to Turkey, Missouri the Swiss
mission. Delaware the embassy to
Great Britain, Kentucky the mission
to Peru, Georgia that to Guatemala
and Honduras, and a North Caroliian
gets the appointment to the mission
which includes Greece, Roumania and
These are riot the only good berths in
the foreign service which have (one to
the South. Two Con!uls-General, posis
wbich are but little inferior in rauk Io
those of Ministers, have been cLosen
from below Mason and Dixon's line.
They are those to Vienna and Mexico,
both of whon come from Missouri.
Several other good foreign places have
been given to the South.
In the domestic service of the Gov
erument, the South has been almost
cqually fortunate. Mississippi has fur
niished an Assistant Secretary of the
Interior and the Recorder of the Gen
eral Land Otfice. Maryland has the
.-iuariliteide--t of Immiiigrationl and
onte of the Chief Justices of the District
Court of appeals, Virginia the Solicitor
of the State Department, South Caro
lina a Commissioner of Railroads and
the Second Auditor of the Treasury,
Tennessee a Solicitor of the Treasury;
Georgia, an Assistant Attorney-Gen
eral; Florida, the Deputy Fifth Audi
tor, and Texas got one of the uourt of
Appeals Judgeships. Resides these,
the three important Cabinet places
held by Southern men must not be for
gotten, the Secretaryships of the Treas
ury, Navy at:d Interior.
Altogether the South has fared very
well so far at the pie-counter, consider
ing that the Av'ministration is only
about six weeks old.
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Assets, January 1, 1803,
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A pply to A gent for-terms, &c.
S. P. BOOZER.
Agent for Yewberry County,.
Office over Law office of
Jones & Jones,- next door to
Bank of Newberry, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
PROBATE CuUR I'.
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
WHERE AS, JNO. M. KINA RD,
~'C. C. P., bath made suit to mec to
gant bim, Letters of Administration
of the derelict estate and effects of Har
riet Hubbard, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monih all and ,ingular the kindred
and creditors of the said dleceased, that
they be and appear before mie, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at New
hrry court house on the 5th day of
June next, aifter publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
dministration should not be glranted.
Given unde~r my band this sitb day
of April, A. D. 1893.
J. B. FELLERS,.J. P. N.C.
NTE TO TRESP1SSERS,
XLL PERSONS ARE HEREBT
warned not to trespass, by hunt
ig, fishing or in any other way upon
th lands owned and worked by the
undersigned in No. 7 Township. All
vilators of this warning will tbe dealt
with to the extent. of the law.
G. W. JO HNSON.
A big drive in Chilren's
Sits for next 30 days. I am
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PURE WHISKEYS, WiNES, &C. Physicians and Surgeon
Office-Main Street; Room 14, ov<
I HAE AWAYSON AND Boozer & Goggans' store.
A FRESH LINE OF cetfcA rin
C O N F E DTSOCN EPRTENES,
I will keep this line of goods o oraonsi
up to the very highest standard, MN O.11BODA.NwYu
and my p)rices wilalways thbeli yaaoiegse re fcagei h
low as elsewhere for the best ~
goods. Give me a call and try ~t ~ 4
my goods. Respectfully, Letcruaino n cetfcppri h
Practi:ces.in aiH thntC.uAtdress the State.
cleTIonI aspcil.O~ -nsz., Boda,NwYr H
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colectonsa secilty Asevey godSoleieicno
the dil genc y weorpe
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Toni. ItumthworaCauhi Wak L Deitu,
: sx Exoths ct of 'N
Padget Pays the Freight!
A large illustrated Catalque show
Ing hundreds of desigsoFratv
Stves and Baby Carrtages wil"be
mailed free, if you mention this
paper. I will sell you FURNITURE,
eL. ust ch as you can buy
tonin aretties, and pay the
fmligtt your depot.a pyth
Here are few les:
A No. 7fla topCookIng Stove with
3 cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot, for $12 00.
A 5-hole Cooking Bange with 20
cooking utensils, delivered to any
deot, for $1300.
-ola lne of Stoves I ro
lion. Tecal agent for Ch=rYa
A nice Parlor Fuit, upholstered in
goo plsh fahinable cdloMs de
vere any here for $0.00. A rge
line of Parlor Suits to select from.
A Bedroom Sult, large glas big
bedstead, enclosed washstand, ful
suit 9 pIeces; chairs have cane seats,
delivered anywhere for $22 00.
Other Sults both cheaper and more
e25 of y-wide Carpet for $7 50.
I r NottIngham Laee Curtains.
, 2 chains, 2 hooks, 10 pins, all
A nice Window Shade, 7 ft. long, 3
ft. wide, on spring rollers,with fringe
No freight paid on Shades and Cur
tains unless ordered in connection
with other goods.& Adr5
Send for Catalog Address
L. F. PADGTT,
805 Broad Street, Augusta,
sOLD RELIABLE LINE."
S*CA LXA RAIL WAY.
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN, Receiver.
Condensed Schedule. In effect November
tbrough trains between Charleston and
Walhala vi:S C. Railway and R & D. R. R
NORTH No. 11 No. 31.
Lv Charleston 6 50am 5 45 pm
Ar Summerville 828am 6 32 pm
Ay Branchville 845am 8 20 pM
Ar Orangeburg 919 am 9 00 pm
Ar Columbia. 1100 am 10 30 pm
Lv Columbia 11 20 am
C Ar Newberry 1267 pm
Ar Greenwood 237pm
Ar Anderson 4 35 pm
B Ar 1eneca 600 Dm
Lv Seneca 632pm
Ar Walhalla 7 00 pm
Ar Grenville 50opm
U1 S&iuT-1 Nol No. V.
Lv Greenville 12 n'n
Lv Walhalla 1140 am
Ar Seneca. 1210 pm
Lv Seneca 12 16 pm
Lv Anderson 1 15 pm
Lv Greenwood 2 53 pm
Lv Newberry 4 25 pm
Ar Columbia 6 05 pm
Lv Columbia 610 pm S to am
i v Orangeburg 7 43 pm 9 42 am
Lv Branchville 8 25 pm 10 3; am
Lv bummervlile 947 pm 11 52 am
.Ar Charleston 10 30 pm 12 40 pm
F.ST EXPRESS BETWEEN CHARLETON AND
AsHEVILLE CARRYING SLEEPER.
12 01 pm Lv Charleston Ar 530pm
3*40 pm Ar Columbia Ar 120 pm
8 50 pm Ar Spartanborg Ar 10 2) am
10 10pm Ar ASheville Lv i '10 pm
~AUGUSTA DI VISION.
Lv Charlestonl 7 05am 5 45pm
Lv Summerville 7 28 am 6 32pm
Lv Branchville 9 00am 50 pm
Lv Denmark 9 41 am 9 00 pm
Lv Blackville 10 00 am 9 17 pm
Lv Aiken 11 Omam 10 22 pm
Ar Augusta 11 50 am 1115 pm
EAST No. 26. No. 41.
Lv Auausta 7 45 am 450 pm
Lv Aiken 8 28 am 5 40pm
Lv BlackvlleO 928 am 6 48pm
Lv Denmark 9 45am 707 pm
Lv Branchville 1()30 am 8 25 pm
Lv Sammerville 11 .2 am 9 47 pm
Ar Charleston 11 40 am 10 30pm
6S50am Lv Charleston Arl03Opml
900 am Lv Columbia Ar 745 pm
10 10 am Ar Kingsville Ar 655 pm
1130 am Ar Camden Lv 510 pm
CAROLINA, CU73iBERL.AND GAP AND
e DAILY EXCEPT sUNDAY,
(South Carolina Railway.)
L5 10 pm LV Augusta Ar 9 15am
6 49 pm Graniteville 915 am
705 pm Ar Aiken Lv 90 am
(C,.G.& C. E. R)
715pmLv Aiken . Ar845amn
8O00pm Trenton 8 00 am
8 15pm Ar Edgefld Lv 7 45am
For further informatiOn a pply to
E.P. WARING, Gen Pass. Ag't.
C. M. WARD, General Manager.
THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE AND OONNE(1TIoNs.
Through trains daily between Charleston
and Augusta, between Charleston and Co
lumbia and between Columbia and Camden.
Through Sleepers daiy between Charleston
and Atlanta. Leave Charleston 530 p m, ar
rive Atlanta 6 30 am. Leave Atlanta 1115
p m, arrive Charleston 1 15 pm. Pullman
Buffet Chair Car daily between Charleston
and Columbia. Leave Charleston 650 a m,
arrive Columbia 10 F5 a m. Leave Columbia
6 10 pm, arrive Charleston 10 30 p m.
aCONNECTIONs.-At Charleston with Clyde
Steamship Co for New York, Monday, Wed.
nesday and Friday. Far Jacksonvie, Mon
day, Thursday and Saturday. At Columbia
daly wth R&aDREEto and from Washing
ton, New York and points East and North.
At Columbia daily withRE DREERC G D:vi
to and from Greenville and Walhalla. At
Augusta daily with Ga ERE. Central E E an.d
PRE tWCR.At Camden daily with C,C &
CRE, (throug train to and from Marion,
N C, and Blaksurg.)
OLUMBIA.NEWBERRY & LAUR
Sthdule In effect Sunday, Sept. 25th, 1892.
No.L.No.53. No. 52. No. 2
5 37 330.......Dover ...... .... 1 25 825
5 45 3 38...... Gold vllle......... 117 8 10
6 02 3 46...........Kinards. ....... 1 08 7 56
6812 3 2....Gary's Lane.....1 02 7 48
622 4 00............Jalapa...........255 7 31
6 45 4 16.......Newberry ......1238 7 00
7 50 4 44........llg............1209 6 07
8502 4 49..Little Mounai...1204 557
8 30 501.......Chapln.......1152 5 37
85.5 5 13..White Rock.....1140 5 13
9 10 5 19......Balentine.....114 4 40
9 35 5 30.. ....lrmo... ........1123 4 15
9 55 539.... ....Leaphart.... 11 15 ~30
10 15 5 48. ......Pauda....... 1106 3 48
103) 555 Ar...Columnbia...Lv..1100 3 30
A. M. P.M A. M. P. M
No.1 and 21local freight and passenger.
J. R.KENLY, W. G.CRILDS, C. O.L LTLE,
Gen'l Manager. Supt. Ass't Supt.
MloweI & B1]Iu1111.
T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
formed a Law Partnership under
the name of Mower & Bynum, and
will practice in all the Courts.
Offices at Newberry and Prosperity,
S.C. GEO. S. MOWER.
FRANK L BYNUM.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN'
Thos. B. Hawkins, Administrator, and
others, vs. Malima Hawkins and
The creditors of the estate of Jacob
A. Hawkins, deceased, are hereby re
quired to render and establish their
several demands before the undersigned
shat his offce, on or before the fifteenth
day of May, 1893.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's office, 31st March, 1893.
- 0TIiM OF FINAL SETTLEUENT,
I THEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
.I will make a final settlement of
the estate of John B. Mazyck in the
,offee of Judge of Probate Court for
-Newberry County on the 22nd day of
May, 1893, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
-and Immedlately thereafter apply for
-a discharge as administrator of said
k, I N. B. MAZYCK,
D jDI1~i A,,vD IDAXVJLR I
,.W. H uidekoper& Reuben Foster, Receivers
COL- VXAgAND N0GESvILLE 1)IV8I'zt4.
ondensedScbedule-In effect April 2nd, 119.
(Trains run by75th Meridian time.)
ETWEEN CHARLESTON COLUMBIA, SEECA AND
NO. 11 STATIONS. No12.
550 a m LV. ........Charleston........ Ar. 10 30 p m
115 a m .........C5 50 P in
200 p m -------.. Alston...--.-. 520pm
218pm ..........Pomaria .. 449pm
237pm .....,Prosperity-...- 4 3 p m
252pm .....-Newberry....... 42opm
2 56 p m .........Helena--.... 4 15pm
138 p m .........Chappells..- 338 p m
212pm .....Ninety-Six-- 3lipm
232 p m ......Greenwood....-. 252pm
150 p m ..........Hodges.-.. 228 p m
307 pm .... Donalds..- 209 p m
318pm .....Honea Path-. 156pm
9 38 pm Ar ........... Belton.......... LV 1 40p m
L05pm Lv ............Belton............ Ar 135p m
435pm .........Anderson ......-- 115pm
D!apm .........Pendleton...-.... 1245pm
6W00p mAr. .......eea.....LV 12 1 p m
6X32pz Lv. .........Seneca....... Ar 1210 am
7 0 p m Ar. ..Walbala..........Lv 1140 a m
455pm Ar. ........Greenville.....- 1200 n'n
ETWEEN ANDERSON, BELTON AND GREEN
Xaily. VILI,. Daily.
No. 12 STATIONS. No. .
I 15pm Lv Anderson Ar 435pm
1 35pm Ar .Belton. LY 4 Vpm
3 3pm Lv Belton Ar 125pm
3 57pm - Williamston... I 0pm
4 V3pm' ...... Pelzer ...... 1255pm
4 lpm' ... Piedmont. ... 12 m
500pmArGreenvilleLv 12 00'N
XETWEEN CHARLESION COLUMBIA, ALSTON AND
;o.d STATIONS. No.4
20 r'In Lv..........Charleston..... Ar. 5S30 P m
3 50 p m .........Columbia......... 120pm
4 30 p m ............Adston ... 12 40 p m
523 p m ......Carlisle.... 1144am
532pm ........Santuc........ 1L36afm
550pm .............Union............ 1117am
623pm .....- ...Pacolet.......- 30 44 a m
6 V p m Ar. ......Spartanburg........Lv.1020a&m
0l0pmAr. .........Asheville..........Lv. 700am
ITWEEN COLUMBIA. NEWBEREY CLINTON AND
No.15. STATIONS. No. 16.
11 15am ....Columbia..... 6 05 pm
200pm ...Newberry... 1200 n'n
3 04pm .....Goldvale..... 056am
3b4pm ......C:ton.. 10 30 am
4 15pm Ar Laurens Lv 9 50 tun
BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBEVI.LL
Ex Sun No..IL STATIONS. No. 12. Ex Sun
,%O 45 Mixed. Mixed. No. 6
9 00a m 300 pm.LvHdgesAr 220 pm 8 35a m
9 20a m f3 20 pm.. Darraughs.. T200 pm 8 15a m
9 Va m 3 5 pmLvAbbevileLVl 45 pm 800a m
NNNECTIONS vIA SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD.
Daily. Lmialy. CENTRAL TIME Daily. Daily.
so.39. No.9. No.38. No- 10
p. m. a. m. a. m. p. m.
L2 30 6 4o Lv....Columbta...Ar. 2 40 900
510 l11 45 Ar...Savannah...Lv.1 20 400
Parlor Cars between
Trains leave Spartanburg, S. C., A & C. Divis
ion, Northbound. 4 09 a m, 3 48 p m, 6 00 p
YVestibuled Limited); Southbound. 156 am, 33
p m. 11 37 a m. (Vestibuled Limited); West
bound. W. N. C. Division, 6 5 p m for Hender
onville, Asheville. and Hot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville. S. C., A. & C. Divi
sion, Northbound, 3 07 a m, 226 pm, 508 p m.
Vestibuled Limited); Southbound, 307 a m, 442
p m, 12 28 p m. (Vestibuled Limited).
Trains leave Seneca. S. C., A. & C. Division,
Northoound, 136 am, 1215 p m; Southbound 438
, m, 6 30 p m.
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 t.e
B. C. R. R.
PULLMAN CAR SERVICE.
Pullman Sleepers on 13 and 14. between Char
leston and Asheville, via Columbia and Spartan
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car on Trains 9,10,
L 12, 37 and 38 on A. & C. Diviion.
. A. TURK, S. H. ARDWIC
Sen'1 Pas.Agent, Ase't Gen'I Pass. AgL,
Washington, D C. Atlanta, (.
V. E. MCBEE SOL HAA%
Gen'l Superintendent, Traffie Mane,
Columbia, S. C Washington,DC.
W. H. GREEN. Gen'l Mg'r,Washington. D.C.
SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD
Tme Table in effect March 12th, ISM.
To Savannah and Florida via Columbia'
Read Down. Read Up.
Eastern Time. Eastern Time.
PM AM PM PM
1230 Lv Hot Springs,N.(1. Ar 5&V
700 Asheville, " 1010
730 Skyland, " 941
802 Hender,onville" 9056
81: FlatRock, - 845
950am Laurens, " 4 15 -
145pm Abbeville, S C 335
to 3am Clinton, "334
[1140 WaIhalla, " 700
i216pm Seneca, "600 -
140 Anderson, " 433
10 20 Spartanburtg,' " 65
11 17 UnIon, " 1 45
1200M Greenville, 500
253pm Greenwod," -237 -
425 PM Newberry, " .1257
13 1240' Alston, " ,430 1210
605 1 20Ar'Columbia -*Lv 350 1120
A M P M
6 45 1230 Ly Columbia, S CAr 2 40 9 45
8 45 217 . Denmark, " 1257 706
9 36 3 07 Fairfax " 121i9 6 12
P M A M
11 45 5S0Ar Savannah, Ga. LvIO10 450
130 800 Lv Savannah, " Ar 60 1 214
336 1030 Jesup, " 340 1028
500 1250 Waycross " 100 915 .
7 30 7 00 Callahan. Fia. 7 15 735-"
800 730 Ar Jacksonville, " 635 -700 '!
South of Columbia, Trains use 911h Merid
an Time. North of Columbia, TraIps uBs.
rth Meridian Time.
Close connections at Sa,fannah with the
cean Steamship Co's elegant Steamers for
gew York, Philadelphia and Boston, and
with the Plnt System of BaIlway and
9temers for Cuba and all ponts in Florida. -
EDWARD FORD. upt. --
IL M. FLEXING. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Jos. F. G.vAY, Trav. Pass. Agt.
W. BCTLEE, Ja., Tray. Pass. Agt.
TATIC COS IE
Between Charleston and Columbia anl Upper
South Carolina and North Carolina
and Athena and Atlanta.
olNG WEST. -GonIG EAa -
No.52. No.53. -
6 35 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 10 40-. -
8 32 " ...Lanes............ " 840
9 48 "..Sumter......" -725
10 55 Ar....Columba......LV. 610
1222 " ...,Prarty... 43S4
13 '4 ......Cinton........ 330
2 51 " .....Greenwood.." 215
323 " ....,.Abb4ville...... " 142
552 " ....tes...."10
8 15 "... ..Atlanta..... " 8 30 --
pm a m
7 30 " .....Charotte..." 935 -
435 " ......Anderson...." 1 15
4 50 "......Greenvill..."
10 10 '"... Asheville...
I '~s. 52 and 53Solid trainsbWW
ton and Clinton, S. C.
H. M.EMERSON,As't Gen1
T. M. EMERSON, Traffnc Manager
J. R. KENLY, Gen'1 Manager.
EABOARD AIR LINE.
Norfolk and Old Point. Va., and
S.. New line to Charleston, S. C.
Daily. Daily. except Atlanta~ Daily.
610pm 735am1v Atlanta ar1 710pm.
In'n ptety tm
510pm 'lv Macon ar:
9 .pmll3am lv Athens ar'S545pm~
1 e12 pmlpar ElbertonlV 4 33pm
205't i42pm1ar Abbeville v32p
2 42n' 2 6pmn ar Greenlw'd tv 251pm
1 42am1 3 20pm ar Clinton lv 1 45ipm
3 25pm lv Clinton ar 130p
4 16pm ar Newber1 l 12 8m
532m arProeperitylv 1222pm
I a 6pjr Columialvj11
72Samr Sumter Ivj 9 43m
10 30marObarlestonly' 65"am
*9 23pmIaDrigonly el 12am
t1220a " arWilm'g'nly tie010p
326m 4 8parChester at il
5 10mi 635'ar Monroe 1v 10
630am 11 OOmar Charlotte 17 4
'130am 'ar Wi!n'gn lv
1113am tat Raleig 1v
2250pmi , enesov
2245pm1 lat Weldon lv
11 10pm ar Wash'tonl1
45ai ar Philadel Ir
6 0am, ar NewYorklv
1 30am1 ar Balto (b)l1
f0 47a"I ar Philadel Iv
0 pmi IV Ports'h(n)1 7
5 0Sami 1ar Piuladel v
80am- atrNewYorkiv .
pmj lvtv ' ar -
30am. arWa 1'g.n
SOLID CAR BETWEEN A
swaamm Iv Atlanta
320pm ar Clinton 1
3 25pm lv Clinton
6 IOm1v Columbial
'Daily except Sna.
(a Via Atlantic CoatLie
(, ia New York,Phldp
Railroad. (w) Via Norfolk
Trains Nes.a.ad 4 r.n
ullman buffet seepig
Alanta, . v MT
H.W.B. GLOVER, Ply.