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JERUSALEM STREET LETTgE.
The Nerald and News Again the Recipient
of a Communication from 'H."
When a fellow is a natural born
prophet, and can't help it, he is not to
blame for dropping a few slight inti
mations as to the probabilities that are
crystalizing into facts, is he? If your
memory serves you well, you will re
member that I advised all aspirants
for places at the disposition of Br'er
Grover to oil their pin feathers and
hold themselves in dutiful readiness
for a quiet little splash in the waters
of Buzzard oay. What has time re
I am of those who deprecate the
want of either good advice or sound
judgment on the part of the Grand
and Potent Seignior who has such -
feet control of the motions of the "pap"
ladle, and yet I cannot help extending
my congratulations to the disappointed
aspirants for their luck in escaping the
humiliation incident upon official posi
tion under the mongrel administration
holding sway at Washington in the
name of Democracy.
A one-time aspirant for the Repub
liean nomination to the Presidency,
masquerading as a Democrat, in the
Secretary of State's office, and pretty
little MacVeagh, the exponent of high
caste Radical Plutocracy, quaffing soft
Italian wines in the city.of the Grachil,
while life long Democrats, men of
transcendent ability and culture, are
left to cool their heels upon the snow
mantled streets of the capital city and
ponder upon the inestimable privilege
of being Cleveland Democrats. 0 tem
pora! O Mores!
Let us take a resume of the situa
tion: A first-water Mugwump, Presi
dent; a white man, Vice-President; a
Republican Judge, Secretary of State;
an invertebrate contortionist, Secretary
of the Treasury'; a railroad corporation
attorney, Attorney-General; a nonde
script "Bristle," Postmaster-General;
hokey-pokey and Herbert, and over
two hundred thousand Republican ap
pointees, who, by the grace of Grover,
hold over for fear that Plutocracy may
be offended. Where are the rank nd
file that rolled the Democratic wave
from the Atlantic to the Pacific two
years ago? Revelling in the plenty
and ease that was to follow the repeal
of the purchasing clause of the Sher
man Act? No! Disguise the fact as
you may, they are draining the dregs
of financial affliction, with only the
right (?) to "stand and deliver" at the
mandate of insolence and greed.
Nero fiddled while Rome was burn
ing. Cleveland fishes. Nero burnt
Rome. Cleveland is burning us. Nero
-brave Nero-butchered paper lions.
Cleveland is pressing to the hilt the
asessin's dagger L.inthe fair 1)osom oC
CuiumbiAa. Seio char6eo ?.be Christians
with his crime. Cleveland charges the
Alliance. Nero has been execrated by
all succeeding generations., Time will
-do justice to the character of Cleve
Coming down to matters in the State,
e . cn any one give any definite report as
to the whereabouts of the Anglo-Saxon
*manhood of the citizens of Spartan
burg? Was it hate or cowardice that
permitted the brutal outrage .in: that
city some days back? I am aReform
er, and not a furiously or aggressively
brave man, but I want to say that
should such a game ever be attempted
in my sight upon. the most violent
anti in the State, even Hemphill or
Gonzales, that he may count upon
some of the most effective cold steel
and lead argument in his favor that is
in my power to produce. Leaving out
the constitutionality or advisability of
the law, out of which all of these dis
turbances arise, the fact still remains
that it is on the Statute book; put there
. by competent authority, and is ther
fore entitled to consideration until such ~
time as public opinion shall present a
just cause for its erasure.
-It seems that the fact that "a man's ~
house is his castle" has buat lately ~
dawned upon the minds of some peo
pie; and it is strange that the proviso,.
so long as he shall not use it for any
purposes that are a violation of the C
laws of the land, should have so en
tirely Qscaped their notice. A lonely
cabin on the mountain side is as muc,h
a castle to the poor moonshiner as the
- prondest edifice in the land is to its
owner, and yet the revenue officials
have raided them by the hundreds,
and are doing so to-day. Yet
"Not a wave of trouble rolls
Across our peaceful breasts."
But let the present State administra
tion exercise the-right, which no sane
man will deny, of searching for and
if you're a tired
out or "run-down" ']
woman, with Dr.
Pierce's Favorite '3
if you suffer from F
any "female complaint" or disorder,
you get well. For these two things I
-to build up women's strength, and
to cure women's ailments-this is ~
the only medicine that's guaraneed.,
If it doesn't benefit or cure, in every
case, your money is returned. On Ii
these terms, what else can be "just
as good "forvyou tobuy? I
The "Prescription " regulates and
promotes all the natural functions, A
never conflicts with them, and is
perfectly harmless in any condition A
of the female system. It improves
digestion, enriehes the blood, brings v
refrsing sleep, and restores health
For ulcerations, displacements,T
bearing-down sensations, periodical
pains, and every chronic weakness -
or irregularity, it's a remedy that
* safely, and permanently cures.
Can be counted on to cure Catarrh tr
-Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It's
nothing new. For 25 years' it has
been doing that very~thing. It at
gives prompt and complete relief. bi
8500 reward for an incuabe s. o
seizing contraband goods, and, presto!
the tune changes and the welkin rings
with the wails of the politico-religion
1st in an effort to mislead the unthink
ing, not only in regard to the intent,
but even to the very verbiage of the
Act. No honest man need fear this
desecration of his domicil, nor have
such any fear. To all others we would
"No wretch e'er felt the halter draw
With good opinion of the law."
Aside from political bias, I feel safe
In saying that, without regard to party
affiliation, the great mass of law abid
ing citizens are unwilling to go upon
record as opposing an effort to control
the traffic in this dangerous commodi
;y. That the law has been made pe
,u!arly severe is a fact for which we
mave to tender our thanks to a few
inch blatant weaklings as have con
rol of the editorial columns of The
state, News and Courier, &c.-those
ecruiting officers of "Reform."
Right here let me say, that no one
would rejoice more heartily than the
writer, could all differences be adjusted
tad a coalition on the lines of progress
e effected by the conservative masses
>f both factions; but*1 fear that the
)pportunity for such a thing has' long
dince past, and that the conflict will be
waged to the bitter end. "When your
iand is in the lion's mouth you should
>at the lion," is an adage from which a
sreat deal of benefit could have been de
ived. Do not allow yourselves to be
leceived by any reports of disaffection
n the ranks of Reform; for, never, in
ny knowledge, has the organization
>een so compact. Do not be misled by
he comparative quiet-it is the calm
which precedes 'the storm. Stung to
madness by the insults of those whom
hey have exalted, the people have ac
epted the gauge of battle,, and will
either give nor aek quarter until their
ights are established beyond perad.
renture. We would welcome as allies
ill who wish a change to the methods
>f Jeffersonian Democracy, and would
iot stop to question their inherent
"ight to personal preferences in State
)olitics; but, if they do not come to us
)n-this, the only apparent basis for re
onciriation, then we will fight and win
he battle without them. We feel that
we will not have to bear the brunt of
:attle alone, for we know that, long
yefore the supreme moment, the hand
writing upon the wall will be so plain
hat he who runs may read.
Take, for instance, the present cot
on crop of our county. We find that
t has brought to the producers about
16,000. Put the profits to specula
ion for to-day on the crop and we
Ind a clear loss to the business interest
>f the county of $108,000; allowing that
he price will reach 10 cents in the
iear future and the loss will foot up
1275,000. Prorate this loss among the
>usinesa firms of the county, and the ;
reed for some line of united effort is 1
00 'apparent to admit of question.,
,All of that senseless twaddle and
ournalistic rosin about the roseate hue
>f the "fresh courage and renewed
3ope" with which the yeomanry of
fewberry are entering upon the duties
>f 1894 falls to materlalle,when sought
or upon the ground whichit is claimed
t encumbers, and is not weaning a
ligle solitary soul from the contem
>lation of the shackles of servitude<
hat' are dangling In our very faces.
1or pe?iodicals to indulge in this spe
lies of buncombe, whose managers are
onfronted with columns of unpaid
ubscriptions, is prima facde evidence 1
if either lamentable blindness or wil
bi invasion of the leading prerogativef
4f the legal fraterniay. That every one
a going to work with the intention of
utting down expenditures to the low- 1
at possible basis Is a fact into which
io element of hopefulness is, or can be,
njected under the existing order of
hinge, but is due simply to the neces
Ities of the case-and the sooner this t
a realized the better lt will be for all
We do not speak unadvisedly in
his matter, but base our assertions
ipon an intimate knowledge of the
inancial condition of the masses-to
rhom have been lately added a num
er of those who heretofore have lived
ra the enjoyment of Independent cir
umstances, and who are too honest to
arade conditions of dependence not
sunded upon fact. A truce to ilUn
oning and a strIct adherence to plain,
navarnished candor, Is, without doubt, t
be supreme need of the hour.
Jerusalem St., Jan. 17,1894.
'hough gran'pap rarely made remarks,
and never wuz no wag,
l?e used ter hey a sayin' when he'd
hear a feller brag
Bout fambly an' connections, an' a tel
lin' who they wuz.
dike these codfish aristocrats around'
hure allus does
Ln' sayin' that wuz gospel truth as
shore's you're born;
You'll offbn find a nubbin on the
finest stalk o' corn."
[e wuzn't much on cussin'; in fact he
es it wus necessary; but a dozen
times or more
Vhen some young sprig without no
sense deserved a mild rebuke
or tellin' how his great-gran'pa's
wife's cousin was a dook.
ye heerd him say: "Your ancestors
wuz so-and-so, it's true;.
ut what folks now days wants ter
know is, who the h-Il are you?"
i all tbese years that's past and gone
I've saw a heap o' life
a sunshine and its shadders, its peace
fulness and strife
n' when I see folks put on airs and
stickin' up their yeers
s though their blood is indigo, I want
tosay: "WVho keers
ihbo your gran'dad's relations wuz?J
For shore's you're born
biey've grow'd a runty nubbin on i
their fambly stalk of corn."
William H. T. Shade, in Inter Ocean. u]
It will not help your own crop any
throw stones at your neighb'or's -
Griggs-"Why, don't you ever have a
ly trouble whatever in meeting your i
lIs?" Spriggs-"Trouble? Not a bit I
It T meet 'em e.e,ywhere I eno.| "
the efficacy of
Since a cake of CUTIcURA
SOAP costing 25 cents is suffi
cient to test the virtues of these
great curatives there is now no
reason why thousands should
go through life I
by skin, scalp and blood diseases g
which are speedily and perma- t
nently cured by the CUTICURA
REMEDIES at a trifling cost.
Works Wonders t
and its cures are the most re- e
markable performed by any a
blood and skin remedy of mod
Bold throughout the world. PorrssDaUG
A" Cax.Coar., Sole Proprietors, Boston. t
"AR about the sia, scalp and Hair," tree.
Compleio,nd. Sand hair preserved,
padd eautfied by Cealcnra $oap.
Paln is the cry of a suffering nerve. a
Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster is the
first and only pain-killing plaster.
CANCELLED POSTAGE :STAMPS. if
Aany Are Sent to Germany and Are Used 0
in Deccoratson and in Papering Rooms.
This country contributes some thous
nd dollars' worth of material yearly to
he promotion of a fad long prevailing 'i
n Germany. The rage for collecting t
ostage stamps, common enough here, is
nuch more widespread, in Germany, and 0
or so.ne time past collectors have been i
ising cancelled stamps, for decorative
urposes. Millions upon millions of h'
tamps are used annually in Germany to tI
aper walls. A room of moderate size
lay be papered completely with 100,000 ti
rtaps of the ordinary size. Persons who a
ndnlge in this fancy exercise great ingen- B
utyin the arrangement of the stamps,
m remarkable color effects may be pro- tc
luced by tasteful combinations. When d
he stamps have been affixed to the walls
>f a room, a tedious piece of work, the fa
hole is varnished, in order to protect the t
ring from amage.
Stamps and parts of stamps are used
n decoratingtables and cabinets. Those i>
who do this sort of decoration laboriously
,it out the head of Washington from the P
:nrrent two cent staip and paste the little )
rignettes by the hundred upon the table
>r cabinet to be decorated. Then thous- W
inds of the tiny figure "2" are cut from 1,
he lower corner of the stamp and dis
osed so as to form a border about the P
epeated head of Washington. Scores of b
ther designs are treated in like fashion b
rid tinsof varions colors are arranged
n acodnewith the taste of the deco-.
One man himnself in New York, not a0
>rofessional dealer instampe, sends nearly a
15,000,000 stamps per year to a dealer in
3ermany. The samne dealer has an agent
n Baltimore who sends him vastly larger a:
They are sent to the artefrom all parts
if the East. .Chl ein search of b
>ocket money, women in need of pin i
noney, Sunday schools and charities of
ne sort or another collect and send theseB
tmato the agents in batches of 10,000, Il
k)000 ,000, or 100,000. The usual
>rice is 10 cents par thousand, but thea
ad 2-cent stamps fetch less because they Ul
ire easily obtainable, and also because d
heir dye is not well fxed. The Column
>ian stamps of small denominations fetch li
10 cents per thousand. Bare stamps li
etch more of course, but the German
[ealer makes no special effort to obtain el
unchstamps here. Many other dealersin il
n Germany have been buin areduan
ities of stamps in the UieSte,but D
s some failed to pay for their purchases t]
b is now dfiult to obtain large quank- d
ities save through resident agents. The
rase for stamp decorations has as yet p
nade small headway in this c~nr
bough at least one collector in New YorkU
B making ready to paper his room with "
The girl of the period says she objects II
o fiattery, but she likes to have her a1
leeves puff'ed. ti
An deaear it,si per bottle. Genuinehus
trademark crossed redlUison wrapper.
Young America, with his parents to
elp him, is rapidly educating the b'
imid teachers of this country. at
Who are f'or the first time to~
mndergo woman's severest trial
'Mothers Friend" 4
remedywhich,lif used as directed af.fe4
eeks before confinement, robs it of its4
AIN, HORR&R AND RISKC TO LIFEI
both mother and child, as thousands who
.e used it testify,4
Inused two bottles of MOrsuERs FRIEND with
.elous resul, and wish e~rwa
m t wluse MornansFaNDrfe
'Ws1ff o, azz oerayx
sent b pes,cresread, onree kt
oter miled free.
BRADFIBLD REGULATOR Co., Atlanta, Ga.
/ OMGO "
ers ll Complaints and Monthly -
eart,LeucorrheesorWhites, Painin .
ack or Sids strengthens the feeble, builds
p thewholesystem. Ithassured thousands
id will cure you. Druggists have it. Send
amp for book. 1
DL.J. P. DE0NGO0LE* CO., esTIa Ky.
THiE CHRISTY BREAD LIER _
EN ox WOMEN mnske $10.C" a dry ~Cln' th~e1
Wonderful Christy Bread EL -er-."'T. r:e c-dekk
r territory. CuRZsTT EZui Co., Frem~ont. hio.
ANS-e.n stos$.,- at y~
In those few centuries where, in
ull freedom to use the Bible and in
he general use of it, the gospel may
e said to shine with unclouded
plendor, God's people do not all
walk in the same degree of light.
3e it owing to peculiar circum
tances or to some defect of vision,
hey are not all equally enlightened.
ome are offensively narrow minded.
ome are so short sighted that they
an hardly recognize Christ's own,
,nd therefore their own brother,
inless he belong to the same church
,nd remember the Saviour at the
ame table with themselves. They
re great upon little things. More
iven to hate the error than love
he truth which they see in others.
'heir temper is sour and unconge
ial. I do not assert that they have
ot the eagle wings which rise to
ear communion with God, but
hey want that long-sighted eagle
ye which discerns distant obj cts,
ad embraces in its range of vision
broad and wide expanse. Be ours
be charity which beareth all things,
elieveth all things, hopeth all
binge, endureth all things.
Again, while some saints enjoy a
Lear assurance of their salvation
nd, stretching toward heaven, be
old the land that is very far off, as
samen from their outlook descry
ne mountain tops when their bark
i plowing a waste of wat -rs and
et a long way from land, thcre are
ther Christians who pass their days
i a state of despondency. The sun
ildom breaks out to cheer them.
heir faith has a hard fight with
ieir fears. It is little they know
r rejoicing in the Lord, and joying
i the God of their salvation. By
elp of God's word their compass,
ey succeed, no doubt, in steering
leir way to heaven, but it is over
troublod sea and under a cloudy
ry; nor are they ever happy enough
be altogether delivered from
Dubt and fear, till fears as well as
ith are lost in light, and they find
emselvee safe in glory.
If we allow these views their due
fiuence, how ought they to ex
mnd our hearts, and teach us a
nder regard for those from whom
e differ. B:indness of mind, sure.
, if not willful, claims our gentle
ity more even than blindness of
Ady. I have often thought it shall
a with those whose hearts be true,
God atnd ,Tesus Christ as with
me who loves his father and mother,
2d longs- once more to see their
ces and bear their voices, and
ter weary years of exile to dwell
rain among brothers and sisters
mneath the old roof-tree. Little
ght serves to show him the road.
ent on getting home, he will cross
te mountains, and ford the river
3d travel waste and pathless moors
trough the mists of ths thickest
ry. What though errors, like ex
ilations from the swampy ground,
mve risen up to o,bscure the heav
lly light? Where there is genn
es lcve to Christ and God and
an, may we not cherish the hope
tat there is truth enough to con
ict to heaven the steps of every
Igrim who' is honestly and ear
3511y inquiring the way to Zion?
['here shall be a highway out of
gypt." "They shall come from
ie East and from the West,
id froir the North and from
is South, and shall sit down
the Kingdom of God."--Rev.
lzomas Guthrie, D. D.
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andrake, Douk, k'ipuissewa, Juniper
rries anid Qther well known remedies,
a peculiar combination, proportion
d process, giving to Hlood's Sarsapa
Ia curative powers not possessed by
Iie.t medicines. It ett'eet remarka
e cures when. other prepar'ations fail.
HOOD's PxILLs cure billiousness.
sous 1aais uha
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amIew 1 NEHMERg. TS rnrrowb.m E mtv.a
Overdoing the Business.
I From the Detroit Free Press.]
"A man in my business," remark(
a very successful solicitor of life ii
surance, "can't be to careful not to I
too enthusiastic in his shop talk. (
course, we must get in all the argi
ment we can, but it must be don
Judiciously. I remember when I b
gan the. work I could scarcely find ac
jectives enpugh to describe the exce
lence of my company. One day, hos
ever, I got a set back that taught m
a valuable lesson. I had gone to a fin
risk, a friend of my father's, a man <
about forty, and good for the limi
He wanted 5,000 and I wanted hin
but I wasn't certain of him, for he ha
his mind set on another company
Just the same I tackled him, and th
way I talked up my company and it
very superior advantages over all othe.
was worthy of puolication on a circu
"'Hold on a minute, Charley,' h
said, interrupting me in a gushing fioi
of encomium. 'Hold on.'
"'What is it?, I asked, thinking
"'Do you really believe all thes
things you are telling m?'
"'I most emphatically do.'
"'And do you want me to?'
"'I don't want you to go into th<
company if you don't.'
"'Well,' he said, quietly. 'I won'
go Into it, because, my boy, if I believe(
implicity that your company's polic'
embodied all the advantages to the in
surer that you claim for it, I'll b
blamed if I wouldn't commit suicid
in order to epjoy them.'
"Then he smiled and I lost him, bu
I never lost the lesson."
If you 'f eel weak
and all worn out take
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ed our treatment
in the use of cura,
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control for all dli*
eased ogns, 01is
ho ..re suffering
m errors of
outh and excesi
he scorn of theli
ellows and the
contempt of thelt
friends and com
ogaaaatee to all patlent . If they can lpossibly
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will as!ord a cure,
WOENi Don't you want to get cured of thal
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UNNATURAL DISCHARGES po~~l
TRUTH AND PACTS.
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the betadmat scientifi treatment at moderat
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Snifford County. C .
e: Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infgnts
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute
d for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
e Millions of Mothers. Castoria Is the Children's Panacea
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e "Castoriaisso well adapted tochfldrenthat Castoria cnres Colic, Constipation,
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[ Without injurious medicstion.
" The use of 'Castoria' Is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work "For several years I have recommended
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intelligent families who do not keep Castoria do so as it has invariably produced bencfidal
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$3 SHOE a.R
85, $4 and $3.50 Dress Shoe.
$3.50 Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
$2.50, $2 for Workingmen.
$2 and $1.75 for Boys.
LADIES AND MISSES,
$3, $2.50 $2, $1.75
CAUTION.-If any dealer
offers you W. I. Douglas
-IC Ishoes as a reduced price,
or say ehatemWith.
out h a ste r he same stame
down at fkad.
W. L. DOUC LAS Shoes are stylish, easy fitting, and give better
satisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make. Try one pair and be con
vinced. The stamping of W. L. Douglas' name qnd price on the bottom, which
guarantees their value, saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them.
Dealers who push the sale of W. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers, which helps to
increase the sales on their full line of goods. Theyeanafordtoseu at' les
and we believe you can save money by baylag all ur footweai of the dealer 2dm
U "sed below. Catalogue *ee upon appliatin. W . DOUGLAS, Brockt, .
O. M. JAMIESON, - NEWBERRY.
CHAS. TIDMARSH, - WHITM IRES
PADGETT PAYS THE FREIGHT Y FUTU
Why Ray Extreme Pdicas fa Esods!
SedfrCatalogue and See Whateu sSusI
100 oher ~eron
suits, all prices. j
$69* $37 "
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-DEALER ~OHEAPER THAN ANY MADE, QUALITY
FLYWARRANTED. NONE BETTER.
a~ ~aii~~~ W~ ~ CPRICERE. WI REO ONLY
Rum ad Lqurs f ALL ONOUR REU.RAUTHORIED
ROCK HILL. BUGGY CO.
MailOrdes ReeiveWholesale Builders, ROOK HI.L., S. C.
* Prompt Attention. FOR SALE. By
J. H. WICKER,
DO0 L L A RS Also,a loo Good Secod-Hand
PER MONTH Bgis
IN YOUR OWN L.OCALITY PRE'
made easily and honorably, without cap!..
tal, during your spare hours. Any man, 'e aixuaopwc
woman, boy,. or girl can do the work hand- ~~Ga
ily, without experience. Talking un- Cr.~dme
necessary. Nothing like It for money-________________
making ever offered before. Our workers
always prosper. No time wasted in bToc.IeueiI!
learning the business. We teach you in
a night bow to succeed from the first
hour. You can make a trial without ex- -aC. ~Y
pense to your?.Af. We start you, fuirnish
everything needed to carry on the busi-HOJ NDllIOf LI
nessuccessfully, and guarantee you
against failure if you but follow our(bEAR LO WTHG D
simple, plain instructions. Reader, If '.'wlii,i ono ebry
you are in need of ready money, andPrcchaantesraoab.Fr
want to know all about the best paying priuasapyt h dtro h
business before the public, send us your Hrl u es
address, and we will mail you a docu.
ment giving you all the particulars. 1E10
1TRUE & CO., Box 400,creahewi.
I Augusta Main.,r.
1190a m ---
856pm At. n..elo.
400pm Lv ...
458 pm- .
5385 pm Lv.?.w/r
Daily. / TIK
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808 p m Lv. .ande n
840 pmAr ' TanmLY
4 00 p m Lv. Belion
4 20 p m Ar. Wistomton,
4 26 p m Pelze.
4 4o p m Pidmaot.
1120 p m Greenville. C4G .
BETWEEN CHARLESO . J
VANNAH, COLIMBIA, r
715 amLv..........harlesto. A....
7 00 am" ........Jacnsonvil1e........."
1150amn' ..........a50nnah a.
510 p m ......Columbia.......
5 50 p m .,.......Alstoni.........
6 44 p m ......r.la.....ww" ,
6 53 p m . ?.tao
7 10 pm ...Union
70 p m ......Jonesville.......
7 43 p m ......._- Paodet.........
810 p m Ar. ?..
815 p m Lv .......3partanbrwg.....
1120 p m Ar. .... .-. Aeavlle....
BETWEEN EEW SERY, CI.ETO1
1 20.m ....Columbia.
2 5pm Ar Laurene L .
BETWEEN HODG> AND
Daily. Dail. BTATIONS.
1240pm' 805pmLvRodgesAt 2M
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Daily. Daily. CENTRAL TIM:.
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pm. 137 3a m.(sb ld
bom,W.1. C. Diida8-35p
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p m. (Vestibuled Ltedk8sri
4 05pm '1228 n. (VelR!
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1 orth 1000 an., $.~
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W. A. TUYBK, S..
Gen'l Pams.Agfet, AAst
V. E. Mc1E
Colamb, & C..
W. . GRN.Gean'ig"r
Norfolk and Old Pat . -
No.8 No. Ease..m
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f0Emam 813p Aha
332pmiIs .ar Cheser Z
SOOpmn 1ibla X..rd.
J145am 1V Norfolk
TO01am er -alado 4
and 117 run soUd with P.fn..p
ears between Atlanta and.Ws
P=ahnen Buffet parlor oars
te.and New York. Parlor ear
Portsmouth4 SIeepng oar. E.mlst
znington. TrainsNos.M and&
Coaches between Atlanta and
0. V. -M.LTB. Traffip
JOHN C. WINDEE.
H.W.B. GLOVER, Div. Pass.
U 1TH BOUND E BABA.
SAVANNAE AND FLORD
. Efrective October l1s,18'
Easern Time S, B.
Sonthbound. Tran .
Lv. Newberry...........-.... 230'pm
" Alatoo...................... 3 30p m
Lv Columibia................3 2p m
ArDe mat.........)..508 p m
" Fairfazr........-5 52pm 7
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L" Jacvna, Ga........ 2 00 p m
LJesvannah........... .....'62p m.
"AJ Sap....h......... 88 pina
"v Wayvcros................... 6 15 am.
Ar Covunnaa ................ 30 a
Easte Time. uba
CSouth con~~ncio-~ans atusaea
Ocean Ste.neshIp Co.'s elegant
New York. Piladelp,hla and '
with the Plant System of
Steamers for Cuba and all pona
I. M. FLENG, e' Pass
L. E. VANDIVEEE. Tray.
A TLANTIC CEIAST LINE.
South Carolina and North
sand Athens and At
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9 58 " ..etr...
32 41" .~. r
130 " -...Clinton,.__4
241 " .....Greenwood.
309 " ......Abbeville...
508 " -....Athens.... 10
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