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aam ewsa ears igem "jern
- e3 Sae sa:in. -
heI sawthat the subject "Im
- agnativn":had been assigned to Prof.
>Evaus of the Graded School, I must
feis tosome alight shade of amuse
t rnot thafI doubted his ability to
,riehoughtfully upon any phase of
hislife work, but because I had formed
te opinionthat he was one of those
p actil souls who had not only bri
die. hia imagination, but had really
swapped it-offfot a more conservative
--node of transit over the jutting curves
Sn: ortos .grades of pedagogical
ort. But, judging from the defence
1of iaposition (I git in too late to hear
t iexeadng of -his paper), I am con
. inraied to acknowledge that I have
dane_my brother a grievous wrong,
that, coupled with- a courteous
Obedience to the laws of pedo-metrical
_pzaqiaim,'-there s an underlying
msttat of psychological aestheticism
wihrounds out his capacity as an
Yy: Istrueor of youth. I say rounding
cit advisedly; for to eliminate the
ldesllstie.:frot our lives would, in my
.opinion, stiike down, at one fell blow,
the ipalliating influences that render
exi tence, in some of its mutative pe
Suods,bearble. Chain the proud bird
of imgination-upon whose wings we
tie -round upon round, into the pure
sntmiephere of untrammelled thought
-. ~- 'gaze:with undimmed eye at the
~ -olfghtof possibility-and you reduce
the lowerlee-of automatic util
~ n, a condition as degrading to
saitIs"damaging to the morals
- Isno% all arfCiaZ language the out
>o, g of -the imaginative faculty?
Wt-fl nd the definition of the term-(ac
1 udlg.to-Worcester) to be, "The fac
, ? ty or:power fformingideal pictures,
oriin ual thoughts, or ne7
Sdeas an image in the
etc - Word,being but
oof thougt are simply
f r wne taah a child that
nDIds, -o-o-k, represent (or
; rqelt)"'lock:"we,have'drawn upon
k that extent which
nageanse serious doubts of our eru
Nlt1Q. whenweImparthe additional
, "a 3 O ')ath5t-o.u-ghSpelld "lock".
that this last premise is
4 dmit e er she Is then ready to
nosires fortunate playmates
yols "rok" f-r-o-u- gh
d O risiie elegitinate conclusions
e danghtparaidshIpand -split into
deaisti leiteid to suit he require
nots t that jargon which we call
a-d. thememory- of the child
fosore'd with those combinations of
r.1y _ s whec, bearing no analogy
- ~ wbaever~tothe real objects, -which
~'tt~ds~o represent,are neverth~eless
cannon, and we have,
-~~~ b,Jt othe useTof our arbitrary
not the expression of a
~ ~awu~a. ot uureproduletion that Will
I.antantlyrecognised by anyone, no
matter of what nationaliy or tongue;
adic&s~ yet,inorder'toarriveat the con
eInuigon thtesee so-called sign-sounds
uvisdcoetively-resemle the feline
.o xression or the detonation
one must needs indulge
est flighta of fancy.
necessity for sub
19 others 'in the
nt, and for
Fancy makes ib P
tion, the artizan. Fane,
reproduction, the scribe.
canght the heavenly spark fron,
clouds; reproductic built its th.
like roadway. Fancy soars throug
the illimitable realms of space; whilst
reproduction grovels upon the surface
of the eagth,-awaitinlg the mandates of
In fact, it is so difficult to find any
line of effort that is not dependent for
life, in the higher latitudes, upon the
elevating infinen~es of fancy, that we
pause in the midst of contemplation to.
wonder at the, seemingly, determined
purpose of intelligent people to degrade
it to the level of fixed rules; for, turn
whichever way we will, and we are
brought face to face with thbe un folding
possibilities of inspiration, guided by
no arbitrary conditions, yet wrestin.g
from the realms of mystery, with the
hand of imaginative genius, thbe hidden
secrets of earth, air and skies.
The favorite sphorism of the repro
ductionists, "There is,nothing new
under tbe sun," is hugged -.ith such a
degree of affeetionate ter.derness to
their bosoms that they lose sight of
the more expressive truth, that there
Lis as yet very little that we compre
hend 'under the sun.
Recurring to a period of some inter
est, we witness the servile spirit of two
and twoism, cringing at the feet of
royalty, confronted by tlie" lambent
flame of speculation, that dared the
terrors of unk'nown waters at the man
-date of a fancy in quest of a comipara
'4vely insignificant possibility, receiv
i iqts guerdon the heritage.of fame
-for the ,biiliP' 'f that gem of all the
" he seas-Anesca. "And found it felIl
Co ndians,n- wio.. were t be successors
N of a race that had succeeded another,
says the reproductionlist.
Truly, this would be a home t brust
were it not for the kindl'y aid of
- beven-born3 fancy, which enables us
Sascribe to that benigned First Cause,
~"ho created the discoverer, the powei
to create the discovered. And, again,
by no extraordinary stretch of the im
agination, we may adopt the supposi
tion of storm-tossed boatmen or ad
venturouis mariners, and couple it witi
tet Inference (confined to no historit
or pre-historiC era) of a bold spirit o
Inquiry, impeled&y the rich fruitio!
of prevIous enterprises, undertaken, ii
-defiance of all rules and precedents, a
the instance of uncontrollable imagina
While we dislike to "dly in the face
of certain authorities who deny th
geuvOfaculty of the mind, wear
Iathto surrender, aus dscredonman7
he every fibre of -our being rises-i
ipe jbellion against the tenets (
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mental mediocrity which they en
deavor to inculcate.
It is unfortunate that psychological
research has not risen to the level of
its privileges in the analysis of the
subtle capacities of the mind, for it is a
:act patent that the mental camera
has the strange capacity of photograph
ing, instantaneously, two dissimilar
views of one and-the same action; oie
through the lens of the eye, and the
other through that of the ear-bot*' so
ineficient, in ultimate determination,
as to give rise to the maxim, "Believe
nothing you hear, and only half that
Laying aside the revelry of the mind
in the fields of unseen phenomena, we
must see no more the on-rushing tidal
wave as it devastates fair fields and
gathers to its gurgling bosom the un
fortunate victims of its vengeful fury.
Never again must we shake the dust
of aboriginal custom from our souls
and go gadding about among the plan
ets in quest of more'exalted privileges;:
nor is it legitimate to entertain any
opinion of the beauteous zone encom
passing mysterious Saturn, save that
duplicated from the whirling firebrand
in the hand 'of youth. [Note. The
ring around the planet Saturn is occa
sioned by .the inconceivably rapid rev
olution of several moons, causing there
by that continuity of sight so ofton re
iarein torchlight irooessions, etc. I
Is not the above in keeping with re
Not only does this matvais got
seek to deprive us of the higher pleas
ures of mundane existence; it must,
perforce, apply to those conceptions of
the beautiful Beyond, and make out of
itsa reproduction of the varied tastes of
every individual, past, present and to
come, upon this earth-one conglom
erte mass of lands and seas, mon
tains and va'es, cities and hamlets-s
tat eaehi could find the counterpart of
his duplicated conception in just such
zone as would give him the slightest
Possibly, their assumption ls based:
upon the old couplet:
" A Persian's heaven is easily made
ZTi but black eyes and lemonade."
triviality aside, let us recur to
ni intent of the Board in as
Ssubject.' Shall we .teach
repose confidence in its
or shall we su
against adherence to on ,
premises? Tlie test of our capacit
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Governor Tillman Is Going to Move
Against the Blind Tigers.
[Special to Atlanta Constitution.]
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 27.
Governor Tiliman is girding up his
loins preparatory to bearding the blind
tiger in his lair, and according to utter
ances made by him to-day, he will in
a week's time make a grand effort to
sweep this greatest enemy of the dis
pensary.from the face of the earth. In
fact, he is devoting his exclusive'time
to preparing for the attack now that
the legislature has given him a law
fashioned by his own hand according
to his desire.
Speaking of the new law to-day, he I
said that be was sending a copy to every
trial justice, together with a circular
of instructions as to their duties in en
forcing the law.
"Just as soon," said he, "as I can
finish this I will be ready to make a
raid all along the line. This will be
The Governor has a large force of con
stables organized and has placed Fant
in charge in the upper part of the State
and Gaillard in the lower portion and
along the coast. The governor says
that he will require imaiediate reports
of stock on hand from the registered
distilleries with quarterly reports there
Opening of "New ShortiLine" to Florida.
The Richmond and Danville Rail.
road announces that on Sunday, De
cember 24, 1893, it will, in connection
with the Florida Central and Penin
sular Railroad open a "New Short
Line" to Florida, via Columbia and
Savannab, making one complete line
of railroad from Washington, D. C.,
on the Potomac river, to Tampa, Fla.,
on the Gulf of Mexico, passing through
the Piedmont section of Virginia and
North Carolina, Columbia, S. C., and
Savannah, Ga., to Jacksonville, St.
Augustine, Palatka, Ocala, Gainesville
and all point in Florida with perfect
and complete system of double daily
fast schedule, * Pullman Sleeping
and Dining Car service and solid
The Richmond and Danville has
been most properly selected by our
-overnment for the route of : the
"Great Southern Fast Mail," and by
this new combination with the Florida
Central and Peninsular system, the
newspapers and letter mail of the great
eastern cites will leave Washington,
D. C., at 11,01 o'clock every morning
and be in Jacksonville, Florida, the
next morning at 9,30 o'clock, and all
over the State 9f Florida many hours
in advance of any other schedule now
In connection with the "Great
Souhern Fast Mail," a solid train will
be operated between Charlotte, N, C.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., via Columbia
and Savannah, carrying through Pull
man Sleeping Car between New York
and Jacksonville, leaving Charlotte
each night at 10,50 o'clock and arriving
n Jacksonville the following-mgrnio"
at 9,30 o'cloea; and in connection wi h
the "Washington and Southwesten
Vestibuled Limited," another through
train will be- operated t'etween Char
lotte, N. C.., and Jacksonville, Fla., via
Columbia and Savannah, leaving Char
lotte each day at 9.30 a.m. and arriving
in Jacksonville 9,00 o'clock same night,
and Tampa4Fla.,.the following morn
ing,.thr'ough Pullman Sleeping Car be
tween New York and JacksonvilJe and
Tampa, Fla., and Pula~nan Dining- Car
between Charlotte and Savannah.a
Returning, a through train in con
nection with the Bichmond and Dan
vile "Great Southern Fast Mail," will
leave Jacksonville at 2.5 p. m. arriving
Columbia 11.05 p. mi., and Charlotte
3 00 a. mn., with Pullman Sleeping Car
from Jacksonville to New York. A
through train in connection with the
"Washington and Southwestern Vesti
bued Limited," will leave Jacksonville
daily at'7.00 o'clock a. mn., and arrnve
Columbia 3.50 p. m. and Charlotte 8.30
p. m., with Pullman Sleeping Car from
Tampa to New York, and Dining Car
Savannah to Charlotte.
These trains will be operated from
Columbia over the South Bound Rail
road, 'which is,now a part of the Flori
da Central and Peninsular system, and
will place interior Sooth Carolina in
close connection with Florida and the
South. The trains of the Colombia and
Greenville Railroad, connecting .at
Columbia with the new through trains
herein mentioned, will put Greenville,
Anderson, -Abbevifle, Greenwood,.Lau
ren, Sparta;iburg, Union and New
berry in close touch and sympathy
with the great South which has hereto.
fore been difficult to reach and;subject
to circuitous routes and long delays.
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Claus?" "That's whaLt b# said, love."
"Then papa, wotl't we have to try
him for heresy."-Puck.
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Smusic befo,re you joined the choir?"
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[In an aisle of the Transportation
Building at the Columbian Exposition
was Grace 1)arling's boat. "Who was
Grace Darling?" We find in The Chan
tauquan this answer to the question.]
On the verge of the sea of the Northum
berland coast of England is a little village
of white-walled, thatched-roofed cottages.
clustering at the foot of a grim ancient
castle. In the old Bamburgh Churchya-d
near by is an unestentatious tombstone
with a canopy covering, under which,
carved in the stone, is a sweet girlish
face, a slender figure in graceful pose.
with tiny hands folded over her breast,
and her arm encircling an oar, the em
blem of her greatness. -
On the most exposed of the Farne
Island on the Northumberland coast is
Longstone lighthouse. Standing within
the castle keep one can see, even in the
darknest night, the revolving light that
sheds its gleams to warn mariners of the
sunken o iks and perilous passage sur
rounding the group of islands known as
the Outer and Inner Fane.
Here in this lighthouse tower, fifty-five
years ago, was living Grace Darling, a
name associated with heroism not only
great, but sweet in the gentle humility
which made her reply to all who praised
her, "I only did my duty."
On the night of September 7th, 1838, a
steamer .tradmg from Hull to Dundee,
drifted and struck on the deadly outer
rock at three o'clock in the -norning. The
hull almost instantly parted and, with one
exception all the cabin passengers,
twenty-five in Dumber, were drowned.
The captain was washed overboard with
his wife in his arms. At five o'clock in
the mornenigGrace saw from the light
house the vessel lying'broken-on the rod
nearly amile and a half distait; This
small girl, always rather delicateinl health,
was alone with her father and motheat
the time of the wreck. With daring cour
ge she urged an attempt to rescue the
shipwrecked survivors-if any there were.
Her parents remonstrated, but yieled to
her wishes and assisted her. She and her
father stepped into their tiny cockle shell
of a boat, which could not have lived in
the open sea for any length ef time: it was
pushed off by the bravely unselfish moth
er, and, in the face of the blinding storm,
knowing that unless some of the ship
wrecked crew were able to help them they
could not return, under shelter of a range
of rocks they crept, rowing with the gale,
and by wonderful strength and pkill they
broghit their boat to where the sufferers
-nine in number-rouched. Darling
himself p icked the survivors off the wreck
while Grace, with dauntless courage
managed to keep the boat from being
dashed to pieces, and they returned to the
lighthouse in safety. The storm raged
on for three days in such wild fury that
the survivors could not be conveyed to
The Longstone Lighthouse was solitary
and untinown no more. This noble deed
,oused a warm and enthusiastic admira
tio thoghout the world. A gol meda
father, while to heroic little Grace wai
given the hig'hest honorary distinction ol
the Royal Humane Society-the gold
medallion. These were forwarded to the
Darlings through thie Duke of Northum
berland, who constituted himself the
heroine's especial guardian and friend
Resolutions, awards, and othsr medals
were bestowed by other National Hu.
mane Societies, money and gifts were
heaped at Grace's feet by the wealthy ani
great who visited the wave-beaten rock
bound tower. Even Q aeen Victoria sen
a mark of gracious approbation.
In some respects this fame was-trouble
some. Applications for locks of hai
came unti.l Grace was in danger of bakC
ness; the proprietor of a circuu tried t<
engage her and groundlessly advertised
her appearance; and even old Wilhian
complained that sitting for his protrai
seven times in twelve days was too tire
Grace was quite unspoiled by the atten
tion showered upon her. She only oc
casionally left her iisland, and invar:abl
returned from the busy, crowded worl<
outside 'with a stronger preference fo
her lonely life. Within four years afte
the loss of the Forfarshire her life wa:
ended, and to her dying day, the sigi
of the sea flying over the wrecke
vessel was constantly before her imagins
In the little Church on St. Cuthbert'
le containing her monumental slat
Wordsworth inscribed this tribute
Grace Horsley Darling.
"Pious and pure, modest and yet i
brave; though young, so wise, thoug
weak, so resolute."
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THE THIRTEENTH WAS LUCKY.
One Case Where The 111 Omen Proved Bad
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[From the Chicago Tribune.]
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"Once," replied the man with the
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"Any of them die?'
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"I thought you said you sat down to
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the man with the baggy trousers in
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-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoriaisso well adapted tochildrenthat Ca.
Irecommend it as superior to any prescription Sou
known to me." H. A. AnCEER, M. D., Kill
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work "
of supererogation to endorse It. Few are the you
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria do
within easy reach." . res
Car c 3aTrx, D. D.,
- New York City.
- TBz Cmerina Co
- IS IN YOUR OWN HAND.
Palmistry assumes to tell what the lines in you
bandindicate. It will amuse you, ifnothn more
The above diagram almost explains its The
length. of the LINE OF LIFE iDdicates probable
age to which you will live. Each BRACELET
Son thirty years. Well-marked LINE OF
ff3&denoesbrain power:; clear LINE OF
FORTUNE. fame or riches. Both combined mean
s in life; but you mast keep up with modern
Ideas to win it. You will And plenty of these in)
Demorest's Family Ma' azne, so attractively pre
ented that every member of the family is enter.
taned. It sa dozen magizinesin one. A CLEA2R
LINE OF HEART bespeaks ttadernees;:a straight
LINE OF FATE, life: the reverse if
crooked. A well.ane- LINE OF TEALTH
spares you doctors' bills so will the health hints
in Demorest's. -No other ma zfoblisles so
many stories to Interest zhe home- cice'.Yuill
be subject so extremes of high spirits- or despond
ency. if' you have the GIRDLE OF VEN U well
marked; keep up yusp*rsby havingDemorest's
Magazine to r By subscribin to It for 1894'
you will receive a gallery of e : its works of art
of great valne, besides the sur rb prenlQm ic?ie
7z22lnch e "I'ma '!atsv'a w i rismosareal
baby, and.equal to the original oil-painting which
eost $0:and you will have a ma,gazne that cannot
be euldbya n the world for Itsbeantiful
Illutraloa an sujec matter. that will kee
onllthe tois ofthe ayand allth
,ouehod,besides fuhgarneetzf edn
and while Demce'ts Is not a fashion mnagazine,
reecothepayouwa*to use dng
he year, and-In any size ouchoose. Send in
your.subscription at.ue eay$200 and'you will
se. W. JennnsDemr 3t 5 East 4th-S.
New York. If you are unacquainted with the
sznien foraspclecoy. AIsgQa -
geeameiy :long FIEsT DIVIsION OF TUB,
strong wi; LONG SECOND DYVISTON, reason
Ing facutty. The MOUNT OF JUPITEE betokens
ambition: that of SATURN, prudence: the SUN,
Intellgenc e. Take our advice as above and yOu
will be sure to possess the last and most valuable
908 BROAD ST.,
The Largest Liquor House In
Choice Brandies, Wines, Gins,
Rums and .Liquors of
Mail Orders Receive
E PP S'S COCO A
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations of diges
tn cn aiutritlon, and by a careful applia
fast and supe adcastvld faore be
ag'whic ma sae umany heav otos
cles of diet that a constitutiton may be gradu
ally built up until strong enough to resist
every tendency to disease. kHundreds of subtle
maladIes are floating around us ready to at
tack wherever there is a weak point. WVe may
escape many a fatal shaft by kreeping our
selves well fortified with pure blood and a.
properly nourished frame"-Civil Service
Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or
milk. iiold only In half-pound tL s, by GSro
cern. labelled thus:
JAMES EPPS & CO., Ltd., Homiepatbic
Chemists, London. England.
- HAIR BALSAM
Hai to its Youtfl 1Color.
Curseens m sdis. s ah~tai
U o Pakrs Grtag, asT e4 n i cs the aw-orc:ta Coz
Wee. Lun.s. DSebilEi. In1igKt'n PST5kEt In tme..Oas
CAN onTIN suEN cur For ns
Tumutco., miCo., .
prescription for Tnfants
er Opium, Morphine nor
is a harmless substitute
Syrups, and Castor Oil.
is thirty years' use by -
s the Children's Panacea
toria cures Colic, Constipation,
r Stomach, Diarrha, Eructation,
s Worms, gives steep, and promotes di
hout injurious medicati-n.
For several years I have recommended
r 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to
o as it has invariably produced bnefidal
EDWVV F. PAwnzz, M. D.,
l th Street and 7th Ave., New York Oty.
r, 77 Muaar Sraar, Nxw Yoaa Cr
A Happy New Year, and maiy re=
urns of same is my greeting- to all of
ny patrons. What have you dont
tbout a new suit to wear during t he
zolidaysf If you haven't already pr-.
,ased it, you can save money by con
ulting me in the matter. My special
ine of Suits for the holiday trade is
be handsomest ever brought to this
ity, and you will find the;pricescheaper
ban will be obtained elsewhere.. My
itock of Boys' and Youths' Suits; and
)vercoats is full and complete,,and
you will have no trouble in finding.
vbat you want.. Knee Pants $aitsi 4
:o16 years, at 75c. to $7,50. Xouths'
Long Pants Suits. 14. to 19 years. at
5.00 to $2250. and a new lot of Kilts
tnd Jersey Suits.
My line of Furnishinig goods is up to
he highest standard. You will -dud
\atural Wool, Aiiralian Lambes
Wool and Camels' Hair. Shirts and
Drae ers-aF 50. -to $5.00 per garment,
tod extra siz,-s, 44 to 50. at $1 25, .$2.00
nd $3 00 per.gauteznt. Thtre'sabeau
:iful lige of b(;idar Neekwear, eon
taining all~the latest shades and knots,
.nd an exquis.e lot of plain and ini
tial Silk Haqgdkerchiefs-just the thing
for a Christmas present. All the other
,hings you 'want ~are here-Collars,
lafis,-Gents' Half Hose, Gloves. &e.
When you want ian Unlaundered Shirt.
get "Kinard's Specialty," at$1.00.. It's
the best to be had. The "Star," at
51.00, $1.25 and $.50, is the best Laun
ered Shirt on the market.
If you cannot visit -Columbia write
or v hat you want. Prompt andI care
ul attention given to mail orders.
-.The Leading Cloth-ler
.120 MrAi TrST2tEETZ,
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T HOSE PE RSONS W HO HAV.
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r Ice oND AND DAIVXIEUL 'as Jb=
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.. Co1.BErAAD-GErSL.'E E
tlondensed8cbedule:-1In e$eet July-d 1 -
(Trains run by75th Meridian tUm.3
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No. SrATQN&19 i.
7 30 a m Lv. .........Charleston.- At t4-pm
11 20a m . ........"ha 4
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250 p m -......N. -- Y"$
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2 18 p m w...-N 7 - - 7rs' - -,.
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5.M p m Ar......ae -LOM
5 S3> p m Lv.......8e e -.. . gltar.Wee
64 p m Ar. ........WeiaD. . r - ...Ex.$
515 p m Ar. .......Greenville.....Lv. 1515 &M
BETWEEN ANDON, BELTON AND 4ml" .
9 7...IX- - . , - 1 4 "
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3 40 p m Ar . Bejten; LV- . rD-&
4 00 p'm Lv. $elion Ar.11 mR
4 20 p m Ar. Wmnhuaston. 03li
426pm .- Plsr, ILIa :
4 4,pm Piedmont- - 10~4B:a.
515pm. -Greedle,CAG 10 5am
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1130 am . ....... tolnana .
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106 pm thnr
114pm ' . ~ H
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210 p .......Jonesvmir- -:. '
2-26 p m ........ ..,9 .- 4-'-*
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80pmn'At...Savannah...Lv . . r
3 4lpm. L . Coainmbla.Ar. 3)8t r
Nos.. 13 and 14- are:aOd tu1 ' Seiwep. '
Charleston and Asheville:
Thro oach---beweep ugoyna
Ashevile on 14 and 13.
Trains 10 w . r
pm, .113.7 s m. -Vestlbaledi:.:
u eon, N - 242asn,4 - s+
p m.(Veadbaled i . _
4 00 p. ni,, 1228 p.m. (4esbled
Tsians .leave S .;s,, & 'C. A. O. :=
'North n 11 S -L 2
. ma CAR -V 1- ::
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SAVANNAH AN//. / D'
EffbctIYe Octberi1 c. .y
Eastern Time S..
L.v lebrry Z "
- Jacksonvie, Fla.... 1g m6pB __~.~ ,,
Central lime.'- No. Aii
A r Savannah
Lv 8avannab.............. au
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Eastern TDsus .~ - .
Lv -A.s1on1........ 19
" Newberry. ...;....2-5 p.m.
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Ian Time.. Sortlh.O
75th MerldinTinu*. C
-Close- connection6' asYgU
-New York : 19.PbS&4
thame for yse ZfaI
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SNo.38 No.lI4Easternm b No.
aily. Daily. -
60h 5 Atma r
111am 9-1 ar Elberton' 1S
50pm15amIar Chatoel 50
6 15am ar Raleigh v[ &3pm
900am'ar Weldon 1
1t4anarRichmod -v 2p
3 40pmn ar Wash'ton 1vf 10 57am
5 24pmIarBhaltimorelv 9 42am
7 4pmlar PhiladelIv 7:3lan
10 35pm ar NewYorkvlll25em
I5e00am jar Charlotte 1v 10 Opa
I 9'amar Wilm'g'i l 500pm -
200pm1 1v Clinton ar -
2 42pm Iar NewberrylIv -7
2 57pm arProsperity lv . .. 12 -
5 15pm| ar sumter lvt ' .95*
843pmj arCharlestonly - - T15aan
7 53pm I arDarlingt'nlvy I 70a
9 25am ivWeldonfa) ar; 52lpm -
'l135am ar Portsm'thar[-3 1ipwI
11 45am lv Norfolk 1v1 360pmL
. f 6 .ipm'arNorflk bart 8 00am ~
700aim'ar Balto Iv; -6Sopmf
10 47a.mar Phuladel 1ri.4alpmj
I 2)pm ar NewYorkIvit210pmn
8 00am lar NewYorklV llpmi -
tDiyecp6 Sunday. - -----T
()VaByLine. mn, Tia Newok
dephia and NorfolkRallroad. (wVa2Q
and Washington femboneneC1'. e~.
and 117 run solid-with PulImaase0ufiet'
cars between .Alanta and Washintn
P-ullman Bufret parlor cars between n
ton and New York. Parlor car. Welden and
Portsmouth: SLeEping car -HantlEl and- Wit
mingon.TraisNo.S and 4lAarr thsa.ah
coaches between Atlanta andChawarla.
(1. V. SEITH.Trar --
JOHN C. WIND .e
H.W.B. GLOVEE. Div. Pass. Agnnt--Ait.
ATL.ATIC C@neW LINE.
-Soqth Carolina ad North Caria
and Athn 4 t. -Z.
GoINe Winr. 4- - - Game
No3. - o.3.
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7 15 Lv....Chareston... -.
844 "...IanM-.-- - 715
-943 " ...8umter.......... " 545
1105 Ar....Columbia.tV. 41.
130 *' .-Clinton....." 200
2 41 " .'...Greenwood... a
309 "' ....belee...."1215
50 4'" .......Athenls........ "~101
p10m ..Wnn..." 11m
-730 " .....Chalote... " -9
4.4 " ..GreenlV110.. 110
650 "... S6tIU "1016
S' and 588olidtteniabEtweennesU.
er Tas EMERSON. Traffie.Manager.