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THE COTTON SEED INDUSTRY.
t is a Rapidly Growing One-New Pro
ducts Being Derived from It.
tAmerican Farmer and Farm News.1
Millions of money are now invested
in this industry and great corporations
are to-day interested in a business that
had almost no existence a few years
ago. Two farmers near Savannah sold
nearly $12,000 worth of seed last sea
son-a single instance out of many
known to us. The industry of raising
seed is growing rapidly and about four
jifths of the seed produced last season
was marketed, where but little was
sold two years ago. The yield from
the seed serves in some degree to com
pensate the planter for the low prices
for lint cotton which has prevailed
during the past few years. Instead of
being dumped back on the fields for
fertilizers it is now almost all sold to
the mills and commercial fertilizers are
used to enrich the lands. There is a
possibility that some day cotton seed
smay be the prime yield of the cotton
The report that the large sale of the
commercial'feitilizers this year means
an increased cotton acreage, and con
sequently a reduced price, is a good
argument on its face, but the fact is
that most of the seed formerly used as
fertilizer on the cotton fields has been
marketed during the last season, and
there was nothing to do but supply its
place with the commercial articles.
The profit in the seed has- been so
great, even at the price it now brings,
that the farmers make a great deal by
selling it and using commercial fertil
izers, which answer almost as well in
their stead. Thus the cotton seed in
dustry has called forth an increase in
the fertilizer bnsiness, and in that way
'has indirectly built up another indus
BErTER PRICES AHEAD.
There is a prospect, too, that cotton
seed will bring far better prices as the
products derived from it are increased.
There has been discovered a means for
making India rubber from the the oil
of the seed, and experiments are now
being conducted in the vicinity of
Savannah with a view to making the
process cheap enough to be profitable.
In fact, a good deal of the product has
been successfully put on the market.
The India rubber Is pronounced the
genuine article and is said to be as
good as that which comes from the
juice of the-Oriental rubber tree. The
seed, which will produce an oil which
is one of the most excellent and whole
some foods yet discovered, meal which
isa perfet stock food, a hull which can
hardly be excelled as a fertilizer, and
besides all these an oil which promises
to yield rubber shoes, coats, hose and
the various other articles made from
the Indian gum, promises one day to
yield an industry which will rival in
importance the cotton industry itself.
The-popular soaps "that float" owe
their suecess to the fact that cotton
seed oiffis thieir basis. The bulk of the
cheap "olive oils" are now made of
-cotton seed. Pure and-wholesome they
are san only to be depreciated because
they travel under foreign labels and
fictitious signatures, instead of openly
admitting that they are really the juice
of Dixie's cotton fields. The probabil
ities are now, that in my State, as well
asin the other cotton producing States,
the entire seed crop-will be marketed
thisyear and-at higher prices than ever
"After suffering for about twenty-fie
yer rmscrofulous sores on the legs
-and arms,tryling various medical courses
without benefit, I begr.n to use Ayer's
Sarsparimla and a wonderful cure was
the result. Five bottles sufficed to re
store me to health."-Bonfacia Lope;
-a327 E. commerce st.;0an Antonlo,Texas.
"My daughter was afflicted frnal
a year with catarrh. The pyiin e
ing unable to help her, my pastor recoin
mended Ayer's Sarsaparifla. I followed
his advice. Three months of regular
treatment with Ayer's Sarsaparilla and
Ayers Pis completely restored my
daughter's health."-Mrs. Louise Biele,
Little Canada, Ware, Mass..
"For several years, I was troubled
with inflammatory rheumatism, being so
bad at times as to be entirely helpless.
For the last two years, whenever I felt
the effects of the disease, I began to take
Ayer's SarsaparHlla, and have not had a
For all blood diseases, the
best remedy is *
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Cures others,'will cure you
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ffyouwant aine DRESS SHOE, made ln the latest
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do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and
price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy
17.L.DOUr.AR.ckton, Xass. Sold by
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A very select stock of the choicest
novelties in Millinery and Notions.
If you [feel weak
and all worn out take
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KEEP OUT OF cr.OWDS.
Dare to Do Right and to Stand Alone If
"Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do
evil."-Exod. 23: 2.
Keep out of a crowd. Don't be afraid
to stand with a minority. Don't be
afraid even to stand alone. Parkhurst
says: "God could not save the world
did he not know how to do it by mi
Every successful reform was, at the
first a minority of one; but because
God was on its side the minority was
not hopeless. Majorities are generally
foolish and often wrong. The voice of
the people is not by any means always
the voice of God. McLaren says: "Mi
borities are generally right when they
are the apostles of new truth; though
minorities which cleave to some old
fossil are ordinarily wrong."
Don't "run with a gang," or "go
with a crowd." People are guilty of
doing things in a crowd which they
would not think of doing if each one
acted alone. A crowd is dangerous to
morals. A bad example is as con
tagious as the small pox. "Go with
wolves," say the Spanish, "and you
will learn to h6wl."
Some of the worst bands of outlaws
that have cursed certain of our cities
had their beginning in the secret asso
ciations of boys-some of them from
christian families-for the purpose of
"fun," which soon degenerated into
more or less malicious mischief. In
the capital city of an eastern State two
young men, who had both belonged in
their boyhood to one of these clubs,
called the Bloody Sixteen, stood face
to face; the one the judge of the court,
the other a prisoner at the bar to be
sentenced for a capital crime. The one
had early left the meeting of the young
ruffians, but the other had "stayed
with the gang" during theeintervening
years. To-day the one sits on the
bench of the Supreme court, and the
other sits on a shoemaker's bench in
Don't be led by a multitude into evil.
Evil is none the less because many
men agree to help do it. The moral
average of a crowd is low. It is not
enough for you to be up to the average;
be above it. The lowest voice sets the
pitch' in singing. In a march the
weakest sets the pace. Worst of all,
the crowd is not usually going towards
Life is short and time is fleeting, but
Hood's Sarsaparilla will bless humanity
as the ages roll on. Try it this season.
What ?han1 We Drink?
When the rays of Sol are boiling
dowa at a ninety degree rate, the air
like the breath ot a furnace and every
thing hot, dry and dusty, the natural
desire of tzbaga agebuman is to drink.
But, what t4k .ttere's the ques
The serious'effect of an over indul
gence in ice water is' well known. The
thousand a'nd one cheap gassy bever
ages are kno~wn to be more or lessin
jurious to the health, while the min
eral waters of known purity and
healthfulness are a luxury beyond the
reach of but few. What . shall we
A beverage to meet the requirements,
must, first of all, be absolutely pure
and non-alcoholic. It should possess a
medicinal element to counteract the
effects of the heat and keep the blood
pure and the stomach healthful. In
order to be palatable and refreshing; it
should be sparkling and effervescent.
Last but not least, it must be econom
ical and within the reach of all. A
beverage that fully meets all of the
above requirements and one that is
entitled to more than passing mention
is Hires' Root beer, manufactured by
the Chas. Hires Co., of Philadelphia.
This preparation has been analyzed by
the highest authorities and pronounced
by them to be free from any deleterious
substance and absolutely non alcoholic;
while all physicians acknowledge its
health giving qualities. It has a deli
ious, appetizing flavor, is full of snap,
spskle ar i effervescence, and is witb
out a peer ais a refreshment.
A package, costing 25 cents at the
grocer's or druggist's, will make'five
gallons of this great temperance drink.
Truly it answers the question-What
shall we drink ? There are many sub
stitutes and imitations of Hires' Root
beer offered' for sale which should be
He Was an American.
[From the New York Recorder.1
There were a number of other details
of the ball which impressed many
Americans as being in doubtful taste.
A number of youths, possessing high
tenor voices and dressed in wh at they
called costumes of the Louis XV pe
riod, were very officious to many of the
guests. One gentleman inquired of one
of the Louis XV youths, who looked
remarkably pretty in a white wig and
queue and light broadcloth knee trous
sers, where the dias was located?
"A w," he responded, "I cawn't tell
you, don't you know. You must not
attempt to determine, don't you know,
until her royal highness shall have ar
rived, don't you know. You must not
precede her royal highness, don't you
know, but after her royal. highness
shall have come, you may follow her
royal highness, don't you know, pro
viding her royal highness offers no ob
jections, don't you know."
This ir/formation was not entirely
satisfactory to the gentleman, who
made the same inquiry of four or five
oter Louis XV youths, with the same
relative number of referen -es to "her
royal highness." Finally, w ben he
was abopt to despair of hearing any
phrase other than "her royal, high
ness," and "don't you know," he es
pied a gentleman across the rooml who
resembled in feature and mtanner a
"Can you,'' he inquired, te:ll me
where the dizts is, and will you a!low
m to see it?'
"H-! yes,'' responded the man, t bus
proving himself to be a genuine A mer
ican, even if somewhat addicted to
Death ofi a Venerab!e Journalist.
ALacsTA, June 28.-Editor William
Henry Moore, of the Augusta Evening
News, the pioneer afternoon paper of
the South, which he, with his surviv
ing partner, Mr. Jas. L. Gow, and Mr.
John M. Weigle, established seventeen
years ago, dropped dead in his room at
Mr. Gow's house at 7 o'clock to-night
from paralysis of the heart. He was
on the streets fifteen minutes before
What Causes Pimples?
Clogging of the pores or mouths of the sebs
ceous glands with sebum or oily matter.
The plug of sebum in the centre of the pimp!G
is called a blackhead, grub, or comedone.
Nature will not alow the clogging of the pores
to continue long, hence,
Inflammation, pain, sweling and redness,
later pus or matter forms, breaks or is opened,
the plug comes out and the pore is once more
There are thousands of these pores in the face
alone, any one of which is liable to become
clogged by neglect or disease.
What Cures Pimples?
The only reliable preventive and cure, when
not due to a constitutional humor, is
It contains a mild proportion of CUTICUPL,
the great Skin Cure, which enables it to dissolve
the sebaceous or oily matter as it forms at the
mouths of the pores.
It stimulates the sluggish glands and tubes to
healthy activity, reduces inflammation, soothes
and heals irritated and roughened surfaces and
restores the skin to its original purity.
This is the secret of its wonderful success.
For bad complexions, red, rough hands and
shapeless nails, dry, thin and falling hair, sealy
and irritated scalps and simple baby blemishes
it is wonderful.
It is preserving, purifying and beautifying to
a degree hitherto unknown among remedies for
the skin and complexion.
Sale greater than the combined sales of all
other skin and complexion soaps.
Sold throughout the world.
PoTTE DrtuG Am CnEx. Conp., Sole r-o
Women full of pains, -,ches
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Inside, cuts de. :ind al'l the'MaY thrOug,4
Th-Is great TTom
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Rtemarkable rost-mortem Conduet..
[From the Richmond State.]
A queer story comes from M2Nontg-,om
ery county, Ga. Henry Randolph
caught a mrud turtle, took it home, cut
instidei, whsie.n itl way toudghat
tobefred open togetk BtloeTe
cickes iil~. w.as brke so that it
colnematabe iot.t e. odu
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in heevnig,ftrlhehd. washing
iCesURfn ES he it sfoun tel,at
th~ trtl'shea prdcugtly a r ch son
Phe Se N ha stechcen y t s ill'
to b fced pentopetitfloe. Te
co he' yearsl was brokbe with mata-t
cod Inot.geatly anduc ded. ls,adlf
poahrmeis u t noeetI kould
geto rlie. Ithe sdeided to t o
A few bottles of his wonderful - e
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INGERSOLL TAKEN DOWN.
itow his Eloquent Atheism Upset the Be
lief of Old Simon Cameron.
The mention of Colonel Bob Inger
soll's name recalls a touching little
story of Washington life, says Eugene
Field in the Chicago News-Record.
One cheerless, rainy night some years
ago, the venerable Simon Cameron was
sitting in the office of the Ebbitt house,
gazing out through the window into
the fog and darkness. He was- lost in
thought and his face was the picture of
melancholy. Presently, Colonel In
"What has happened, general," he
asked. "You look as if you'd just lot
your last friend."
"Ah, Bob," said the old man with a
sigh, "I have just seen a cruel, pitiable
sight. An aged and crippled soldier
was painfully toiling up the street
yonder and was makingsome progress,
when along came a big, double-fisted,
broad-shouldered fellow and kicked
the crutches out from under the old
cripple, leaving him feeble and helpless
t- pick himself up the best he could."
"I would to God I had been here!"
cried Ingersoll angrily, "I'd have
trounced the ruffian! What, abuse an
old and crippled man like that! I'd
make quick work of the brute?"
"Wait a moment, Bob," interposed
old Simon Cameron, gently. '-I was
that aged and crippled veteran, and I
was toiling along to my grave. And
it was you, Bob, who came across my
path and kicked from under me the
crutches that supported me in that
Colonel Ingersoll made no answer;
the old man continued to look mourn
fully out into the night.
In old times it seemed to be thought
that a medicine must be nauseating to
be effective. Now, all this is changed.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, one of the most
powerful alteratives, is agreeable to
most palates, the flavor being by no
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Young and mid
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suts have follow
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- May yare ol
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Inthe use of cuam
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control for an dis
have weak. unde
ho are suffering
oth sad excess
rwho are nervous
ellow an d te
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oguarantee to all patients. if they can possibly
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Doable Screw Cotton Presses.
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ther Opium, Morphine nor
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PANT,77 33MATY STREE, NEW ToIX CrrT
MOST SIMPLE AND LIGHT
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SIX YEARS on the market,
and 200,000 Machines sold, 30,000
sold within last the year.
TE LADIES LIM IT ad PRAISE 11.
[,:tandard rlotary Snuttlc
one solid piece of steel
B re.Mg Needles or Skipping Stites.
mon FIyE YEARs.
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D. B. W HEE LER,
WITH HEADQUARTERS AT
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It would be to the interest of
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County who are thinking of buy
ing a machine to call on D, B.
Examine The Standard
BEFORE BJJIIIG AY OTHEE.
t manufactured. NEW, BRIGHT,
nted in this country. An excellent
tation of the higher class of Silks,
I are sold to-day all over the United
te's at 50 and 7.5 cents a yard.
Ve propose to sell those Silks at
~ents a yard
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Yours to Please,
LWNO SAMPI.ES CUT.si
of the ountry, wo is wiin to work indus
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as uie t an add to or income,
hae on athe tart at th rapidity andes
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If You Will Read
strong testimnoialS of persong who
e been cured by the use of the Har
Lithia Water, you will be convinced
it efacy. tf.
Padget Pays the Freight I
A large Illustrated Cataloe sho
Ing hundreds uf dest ofurnitam
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A nipe ParMor Rutt, a in
lred anywhere for A
line of Parlor Suits to seled &GIM
boes4 enclose Sbfn,01
suit 9 pieces; chairs have ftn* MeG30
dere ayywhere gr h t
1 pare stante* Lace C urtaIns
e, 2e cans, aboos 1Pingst Aill b
A nile Wf nrlat Rbade, 7 ft.ong, 3
ft. wide,o:. %pring roilrsWlth ofne
No frelght paid on Shades and Cr
uains un ils ordered In ton ane
-en for t 0log0e4Address
L.kn uesls ee .oPAD ET
i% Broad Street, Augusta,
NEVWBERRYn e, .C
We are now pere d to do every
thilg in the line of building
Scrom Sawing, and
AL kinds of Turning.
We also grind corn two days in a W'Pk
Tuesday and Saturday.
We deal in all kinds of lumber-dressed
- tryd ftorttnotie.drs
NE WBIIRIR ALLC
We ae o thert Sdoceveys
tinret in the u f i ng-wi
Scroll Sawin, a.nC
Weracce in all theiors of berSsed
colcios- spc al-ty,aty
CQALIT AND TPBC.
inteest and tEfr amn ow i
- EWmigto , . . e1,83
Practe Coina ad Cort Carohent.t
Betw.Charleston .. r.bac Upe r
So8 4arli" .Land-.-....C"r7l.'5
1and Athens.Columbia.... n 42
4 ' L..C alautDa..... 10 05
730 " ...hL ote...... ." 975
93 7" .....Anero....." 55
2414 " ......Greenville.." 3147
p0 5".....A sevill... ' 0
73 " and 53 otntween" Chale5
RICHNOND AND DAXiE.EEL
COLUXRZA AND (nBENVZ-X
Condensed Schedule-In effect June 4th
(Trains run by75th Meridian tfineV
rwEEN CHARLEMTON COXMXBA, SOWA
No. 11 STATIONS. N
6 50 a m Lv. ....Char1es*n.. Ar. 6*p
1105 am .........Columbia...- TMs i
1148m ...........Pyealts * ... 7
128p m ..... w ........
1241 pm .........Helna...........
122 pm ........Chappelsa
145 pm ........Ninety-SiX......... 1
242 pm ...........Hodes ...
300pm ..........Donald.......... 9_1
3 12 p ra -.....Hone& Path.....
3 37 p m ..... Iton............ 4
352ppm .........Anderson .... 8
4 28 p m .........Pendleton......... 7
505pm ............Seneca............ 6
530pm ......West Union........., 6
5 36 p m Ar. .......Wa hala....... Lv
NIXED BETEENGREENWOOD AXDAr
Daily Ex. Sun.
Mixed. MiLt _
6 00am Lv. Greenwood, Ar.
6 45 a m 1odges,
733 am Donalds, 7
7 56am Honea Path, 63 28
8 30am Belton,
11 00am Anderson,
12 00 m Pendleton,
1 30 pm Seneca. 1
2 50 p m West Union. 12
3 00 p m Ar. Walhalla, Ly. 12*a
BETWEEN BELTON AND GEENyrU
No. 11 STATIONS.
338pmLv Belton. Ar S'
3 57 p m Williamuton. S
4 Q3 p m Pelzer,
4 15 p m Piedmont.
4 45pm Greenville, C & G 7
45&pm Greenville, A&C. 7u
12u0 n'n Lv.. Char1e Aron
623pm .. .pacoleL
10 10 pm Ar. :1...Aselie.....Y
BETWEEN NEWBERRY AND LU.,,
No.15. STATIONS No. X.
LV. Ar 5
1258pm ...Newbery 11
10 m ..... hGodvlle...... 1015
2 5pm ArLaurens Lv 9_2W8w -r
BETWEEN HODGES A"D Anh
Sun No. L TATIONS. No. 3
NO 9 r.d.
945-m 252pm.LvHodgesAr 25am
COEECTIONS VAD SOGT BOUND.
Daily. Dally. CENTRAL TIME I
No. . No.9. T I No
P.9 Mixe. -S6j3L
123 6 4 L.olumbf Ar..2 a -
510 1 5Ar ASaevaiLv8a 0 b m24
Parlor Cars between'
Columbia and UND
Trains leave CENT RAA LCTIME
o. Nor .9. N N2
p.m. 1137 a m. ave.tib.
bomd, W. X. C. Dvisiob 50pA 2p,u
sonville, Asheville.m and 1o4 f
Trains leave Greenville, S. A C
ion,Northbound,09a m , m,
tVestibuled Limited); So
p m, 1228 p m. (Vestibuled i Am -
Trains leave Seneca. S. C, A. &C
soNorthbound, 3 7 22 L5
Northoound,13 am,1215 p m;
Trains Nos 11 and 12 on C. and G.
and Trains 13 and 14 on the A. and S
will run solid to and from Chare
S.C. R. B. - -
PULLMAN CAE SERVICE
Pullman Sleepers on 13 and 14,
leston and Asheville, via Columbia
Pbiamm Palace Sleeping Or on
11, 7and 38 on A.& CDivisoc.
W. GREEN. V.-E.
Gen't Mg'r, GenI S
Washington, D. C.
W. A. TLEI., S. H.-AR
Gen'1 Psa.Agent, Au't GenJ
SOUTE BOUND eama.4ra
-Time Tiale In- eff&'tM
To Savannah and Florida
Eastern Time. Ksi
1230 Lv Hot Springs.N.?. Ar--,
700 AshevIl1e, "
.730 Skyl*nd, "
- 80l2 Hender-lonville" *IS
812 FIt Rock, " .*
145pm. Ab, e, SC C ~
1030am Clinton, -
12 16pm Senecs,
103 20 tnburg, "
253pm-.. Greenwod, -
42& PM .Newberry,"
6 182 40* .eo, P
805 1 20 Ar Columbia - *v
Central Time. Ce
3230 Lv Columbia, -8 C Ar-!
7 45 247 Denmark, "
8 38 3 07 ' Fairfax 2
11 09 60 ArSvanh0G.
ito ,800LvSvna," A
331--103 30 u,A
600 1250 Wayecs
7S 700 '.alhn l. -
8 00 73 Ar Jacksonville," W
South of Columbia Traans use 30th
ian Time. North ofColumi,n
75th MeriMian Time.
Close connections at -Savannas it
Ocean Steamship Co's elegant. Stesmnr
New York, Philadelphia and Bta
with the Plant System of ,Rail
Steamers for Cuba andal oa -in?
EDWARD 1OUD. Sct
L. M. Fr.EruG. aeAl.
SW..BUTLER. JL, Trav.Pu. ,.
SEABOARBD -AmE E.Se,~.
Norfolk and Old Point, Va., a
S.C New line to CharasoS.C.
.No.3 3Co. 134Eastern Time No.117
Daily. Daily., exceps Atlant Daily.
80(0am 4 i5pmIlv Atlanta 7r T3lhm 4
f 27am 303 17 Athensat68n
1250pm 900par Elerton 1v 619-m
145pm 1000m arhAbbevile lv 421as
212pm 1025mar Greenw'dly 257.aa
S319pm 1107m arClinton 1 mn
45lpml218amlar Chester sr 20man
6 20pml1 45amlar Monroe 1v 12 *
6l5amtar Raligh lv IOm
7 Siam arHendersonly 7V7af
9 (00am ar Weldon lvi 6S~
4 07pm ar Wash'ton 101
5 27pm ar Baltimore1l 94P
7 42pn ar Philael lv 72m
--I 9 45a Wilm'gn lv5
3 30pm' lv Clinton sri
4 18pm arNeb 1rylv ..
4 34pm arrseiyly
555pm ar Columbi 11i
725pm ar Sumter 1l i
10 lopm arCharlestonly i
925pm~ I larDarlingt'nlvy .7 e
I9 2'5amtlvWeldon(a)ar5p -5
--l145amily Norfolk 1
730am'ar Balto .i 5a
10 47am ar Phaladel 1v7 4 43am
1)maN Yokv555pm 1v Ports'h(n)lvl 9 l0am
-.610pm ar Philadel lIll116pmJ
G 600pmfivPorts'h(w) 800SOamj
S6 30aml arWash'gt'n lv 700pm1
tDaily except Sunday.
(b) Via Bay Line. (n) VIa New Yok
deilia and Norfo'lkRanHroad. (w)Th1a
and Washington .'kamhoet Co. Tmns -
and 117 run solid with Pullman buffet
cars between Atlanta and Ws1gO
IPullman Bnffet parlor cars between Wni
ton and New York. Parlor car Weldon<
Portsmnouth; Sleeping car Hamiletad
mington. Trains Nos. 34 and 41 carryt1-:
coac'hes between Atlanta andCIao a,.
Tickets at Union depot or at E. D. 5E3
ticket ofilce, NO. 4 Kimball House.
0. V. lUM1TH. TrafBec Maager
JOHN C. WINDE. Gien'l eae
H.W.B. GLOVEE, Div. Pass.;Agent,Aln.
ENVS R. it.
8chedule in effect Sunday, 2e5t.th,i.
No. LNo.53. Nst3/ d
A. M. P. M. P.M.
5630 325...Lv....Clinton.....Ar... 13
5 37 330.._...... Dover............ 125 *- i5
5 45 3 38......... Gold ville ......... 117 -8'd1
6 02 346..........En ards...........J -
6 12 3 62........Gary's L.ane........ 11 M
822 4 00...........Jalapa............1255
6 45 4 16.......Newberry .. 123S *8
7 23 4 912.........Prsert.........1222 W
7 50 4 44............ S h............100 6WA.
8 02 44-9...Little aontain...I204. 6WE
8 55 5 13......White Rok.........1140 3
9 10 6 19..........Balentine.........1134 -4*~
9 35 5 3L...........Irmo.........1 28 -
9 55 539.....JTanpbart.....1 15 3
10 15 5 48.......... .Saluda.... ....1 :S6 5
10 30 555 Ar...Columbla...L.100 M a
A. M. P. M. A.M. P.W-.
Nos. land 21local frMight and
J.R. KENLY, W.G.1ILS,.
Gen'1 Manager. Supt. AM